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Associate Rector for Pastoral Care


Christ Episcopal Church


Ponte Vedra Beach


Dedra Torelli or 904-285-6127


March 31, 2017

Description: The Associate Rector for Pastoral Care reports to the Rector via the Senior Associate Rector and will work collaboratively with a dedicated team of clergy, lay staff, and lay ministry volunteers. The position will provide a unique opportunity for professional growth in a large, complex parish system. The ideal candidate should have 5 -7 years of experience as a Rector or 5 -7 years of experience as an Associate in a large system. Of all of the charisms required for priestly ministry, the ideal candidate should feel primarily and most strongly called to the role of Pastor. S/he must be an outgoing and charismatic person, but also an individual of humility, with a servant’s heart. S/he must be adept in interpersonal relations, equally-comfortable in one-on-one situations and in large group settings. S/he must be skilled and calm in crisis ministry situations, and have a good understanding of family systems theory. This person will provide leadership and management of all pastoral care ministries at Christ Church. Their primary responsibility will be to gain and maintain a working, day-to-day knowledge of the pastoral care needs of individual parishioners and, using that information, to deploy an array of pastoral care resources to meet those needs. S/he will maintain the daily parish pastoral care census, and then manage daily clergy visitation and lay ministry response to parishioners in their homes, area hospitals, nursing homes, assisted-living centers and hospices. S/he will provide leadership, oversight, training, and budget management of the following ministry programs: Christ Church Cares, Solo-Flight singles’ ministry, seniors’ ministries, prison ministries, Stephen Ministry, Eucharistic Visitors, bereavement ministries, divorce recovery ministries, and other ministries as assigned. Interested candidates should contact the Rector's Assistant, Dedra Torelli.

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Lay Positions

Assistant Facilities Manager

St. Mark's Episcopal Church


Description: The assistant facilities manager is directly responsible for the set-up and preparation of church buildings and grounds for all worship services, programs and special events. This includes coordinating with both lay staff and clergy on the scheduling, use, preparation and clean-up of all buildings and spaces on the St. Mark’s campus. The incumbent is also responsible for supporting the facilities manager in performing maintenance and repair functions across the parish and should have a general proficiency in the primary building trades.

Contact: Paul Calewarts, Director of Facilities 904-388-3621 ext. 235


Administrative Assistant for Finance & Operations

St. Mark's Episcopal Church


Description: The administrative assistant for finance and operations is primarily responsible for supporting the director of this key function within the parish. Given the breadth of responsibilities in this area, the administrative assistant will be responsible for a wide variety of duties, including data entry, posting of accounts payable and receivables, financial reporting and correspondence. The administrative assistant will also be responsible for the timely and accurate maintenance of the ACS database. This would include the input of information related to new members and updated information for current members. Concurrent with this responsibility is a high-level of proficiency in both using the database and training others within the staff to do the same. The incumbent would also be responsible for sending new members (and visitors, as appropriate) a welcome packet and assisting the clergy in their timely outreach to each new member and their family. This is a full time, non-exempt position.

Contact: Denise Hudmon, Director of Finance & Operations 904-388-2681 Ext 217


Assistant Teacher

San Jose Episcopal Day School


Description: San Jose Episcopal Day School is a premier Jacksonville independent schools dedicated to empowering students to achieve academic excellence built on a Christian foundation and fostering lifelong global and community stewardship. In 1950 the Day School began as a mission of the church with a kindergarten program and was established to provide excellent academics in a Christian environment. This tradition continues today and the school has expanded and now serves students ages three through sixth grade and includes fine arts (art, music, drama, Kingdom Theatre), library, Spanish and physical education. A full offering of after school activities and athletics compliment the academic day.

Contact: Caitlin O'Keefe, Director of Education and Curriculum (904) 733-0352


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