Employment Opportunities

Postitions are listed alphabetically by city.

Job listings may be sent to editor@ladiocese.org. Applications must be sent to the contact mentioned in the listing or attached job description.

Opportunities for clergy are posted here.

HERMOSA BEACH: Communications Coordinator, St. Cross Church. 20 hours per week, benefits and pension. Responsibilities include upkeep of the website, social media, and print media, leading the strategic promotion of St. Cross events within the parish and wider communities. This also includes webcasting the 10 a.m. Sunday service. For a more detailed job description please email the Rev. Rachel Nyback, rector at rnyback@stcross.org

HERMOSA BEACH: Executive Assistant to the Clergy, St. Cross Church. 30 hours per week, benefits and pension. Responsibilities include working closely with the clergy, overseeing the communications coordinator, and managing the front office. For a more detailed job description please email the Rev. Rachel Nyback, rector, at rnyback@stcross.org

LAGUNA HILLS: Church Administrator, St. George’s Episcopal Church. Part time (15-19 hours/week). Areas of responsibility: communications, administration, membership, facilities management, and IT. We seek a dynamic self-starter who can implement technological, operational, and systemic changes to help the church better serve the community. This position reports to the vicar and offers opportunity for creativity and leadership. The right candidate will thrive as the primary point of contact at the church, ideally 4-5 days per week, 3-4 hours per day (we are open to flexible scheduling). Full job description here. To apply, email resume and cover letter to the Rev. Pat McCaughan, vicar, at revpatmccaughan@aol.com.

LAGUNA HILLS: Choir Section Leaders. St. George’s Church is seeking Baritone/Bass, Soprano and Alto section leaders . The choir rehearses on Sundays at 8:45 a.m., followed by the service at 10 a.m. All standard “high holy days” are required. Above-average reading skills are required, as well as the ability to solo, to blend chorally while anchoring your section, and serving as a “go-to” for your fellow members. For information or to apply, contact Emett Loera, director of the music ministry, at emett.loera30@gmail.com.

LONG BEACH: Music Director. St. Luke’s Church / Iglesia de San Lucas looks forward to welcoming a creative collaborator and team player, someone who is passionate about music as a vehicle for spiritual growth and who views their music performance as a spiritual practice. The music director will lead a diverse and dynamic music program that is central to our identity as a parish, enhances our worship experience, and supports us in our aspirations to become a Beloved Community. For more information, please see the job description, which also includes information on how to apply.

LOS ANGELES: Communications Coordinator. The Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles is seeking a communications coordinator skilled in social media, digital publications, and news reporting and editing. A description of the full-time diocesan staff position is here. Based at St. Paul’s Commons in Echo Park, the new coordinator will work with continuing staff members Canon for Common Life Bob Williams, who oversees the diocesan communications department, and the Rev. Canon Pat McCaughan, longtime senior writer for the Episcopal News and editor of the Angelus clergy community newsletter. Advising the work of the department is the diocesan Program Group on Communications and Public Affairs. Qualified applicants are asked to email a resumé and cover letter to Canon Anilin Collado, diocesan missioner for human resources, before July 8.

LOS ANGELES: Development Coordinator. IRIS (Interfaith Refugee & Immigration Service, a ministry of the Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles) seeks to hire a full-time development coordinator (our first) as we expand and reorganize as an independent non-profit after nearly 20 years as a successful, fiscally sponsored agency. This position requires a seasoned, confident, and humble professional who thrives in a thoroughly cross-cultural environment and measures her/his/their success by helping others to achieve their own. Full information, job description and application information are here

LOS ANGELES: Episcopalian Hospital Chaplain, PIH Health Good Samaritan Hospital, 1225 Wilshire Boulevard. Full time, salaried. Reporting to one of our department supervisors or managers, this position provides spiritual support to patients, their loved ones, and staff in our hospitals. This chaplain serves people of all belief systems (religious and non-religious), and provides or arranges special rites and rituals as requested by patients and/or surrogates. Full job description and information here

PALOS VERDES ESTATES: Administrative Assistant / Front Desk Receptionist at St. Francis’ Church. 24 hours per week. The ideal candidate will be responsible for providing exceptional service and administrative support in a church office setting. Full job description and how to apply.

STUDIO CITY: Organist. St. Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church is seeking a professionally trained church organist. The organist will be expected to play for two Sunday services and one choir rehearsal per week. Additionally, the organist will play for special services such as Holy Week and Christmas Eve. We value traditional worship drawn from the Book of Common Prayer. The preferred style of music is classical sacred music, ranging from Palestrina to Rutter. The pipe organ was built by Reuter in 1961. R. M. Ballantyne replaced the console and performed substantial refurbishment and modernization of the instrument in 2008. The organ has three manuals and 16 ranks of pipes with some unification. The organist will work directly under our Director of Music in a collaborative manner. Salary: $18,000. Weddings and funerals will provide additional compensation. A full job description is here. Send resume to Mark Gaddis via email at administrator@stmikessc.org or by mail at 3646 Coldwater Canyon Avenue, Studio City 91604.

TUSTIN: Sexton at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church. 25 hours/week. The sexton serves to maintain a high standard of cleanliness and readiness of Church facilities to enable the work and ministry of the congregation and to create a pleasant atmosphere for members, guests, and staff. This includes deep cleaning of the kitchen, restrooms, church, and general gathering space(s), as well as basic household chores and changing out supplies as needed. Full job description and application instructions here

UPLAND: Music Director and Organist. St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in Upland, California, seeks a part-time music director and organist who can bring musical gifts, creativity, faithfulness, and joy to our community. We hope to strengthen and expand our music program, which has a long history of quality voice and instrumental offerings from a core group of dedicated volunteer musicians who help lead the congregation in worship each Sunday. A full job description is here. Resumes, references, and links to musical performance recordings should be sent to our selection committee at music@stmarks-upland.org. Please include a short cover letter of introduction.