Employment Opportunities


Assistant Rector (full-time)

All Saints’ seeks an ordained Episcopal priest for the full-time position of Assistant Rector. This person will share in the liturgical, homiletic, pastoral, and educational life of the congregation with our clergy team, consisting of the Rector, Associate, and one Deacon. All Saints’ is a diverse, vibrant, theologically centrist church with an average weekend attendance around 250. We also have a top-rated pre-K through 8th grade day school with around 500 students.


Interested candidates may mail a cover letter, OTM portfolio and/or resume to: The Rev. Dan Burner, All Saints’ Episcopal Church, 6300 N. Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85012 or email them to dburner@allsaintsoncentral.org

 

 General Responsibilities

Join with the clergy team in leading worship, preaching, teaching children and adults, pastoral care, and participating in parish, day school, community and diocesan activities as needed.

 

Additional ministries assigned according to the skill set of the applicant.

 

 

 

 



The Ideal Candidate

  • The ideal candidate will be grounded in prayer and spiritual formation, including the Daily Office, spiritual direction, and regular theological/spiritual study.
  • The candidate will be hard working, organized, creative, flexible, and will enjoy building relationships with our parishioners, teachers, mentors, and day school community. 
  • Experience developing ministries and lay leadership is helpful.
  • A capable liturgical singing voice are required.
  • Additional information and requirements available upon request.

The start date is flexible. The position offers a salary in the range of $50,000 – 60,000, plus excellent employee benefits (health insurance, pension, continuing education allowance), four weeks vacation, and moving expenses. Eligible children receive full scholarships to our outstanding day school (valued at $20,000 per student).


For questions, email dburner@allsaintsoncentral.org

or call 602-279-5539.

 





Director of Parish Life

This full-time position reports to the Rector and provides leadership and vision for program development, coordination, implementation, and direction with the goal of providing discipleship essentials to individuals across the lifespan. Provides a process for becoming a fully committed follower of Jesus Christ who can disciple others.

 

Character Traits

          

+  Strong Christian faith and a commitment to sharing the Good News of God in Christ.


+  Practicing Episcopalian who understands and appreciates its polity and theological tradition.

      

+  Sensitivity to others and an approachable demeanor.

      

+  Self-starter and initiator who is comfortable as a member of a team.

   

+  Commitment to the vision/mission/and core values of All Saints’ Episcopal Church.

         

+  Strong and effective communicator with others

       

+  Desire and willingness to engage with both children and adults.


 

General Skills/Tasks

          

+  Available to engage with the congregation through regularly scheduled office hours.

         

+  Attends church meetings as directed by the Rector.

         

+  Maintains program records INCLUDING; Safeguarding God’s Children and Anti-Racism.

         

+  Recruits, trains, and encourages volunteers.

         

+  Coordinates with the Rector to implement the vision and goals for programming across the lifespan.

 

 


With Children and their Families

     

+  Engages with children and families in worship.

         

+  Manages the design, programming, communications, and any other issues regarding children and family ministries.

         

+  Provides leadership and mentoring for church families.

         

+  Oversees nursery/childcare, special events, and programs for children, youth, and families.

         

+  Provides administrative support to the Director of Sunday School, Acolyte Master, lay youth leaders, and parent group leaders.

         

+  Coordinates with All Saints’ Episcopal Day School on joint events and projects.

         

+  Coordinates Baptism preparation with families and clergy

 

With Adults

         

+  Coordinates the reception and integration of newcomers to the parish.

         

+  Coordinates the Sunday adult formation schedule. Serves as liaison to guest presenters', manages program records, and provides administrative support.

         

+  Works alone or in collaboration with clergy colleagues to identify underserved populations in the parish and design and implement programming to meets those needs.

         

+  Provides administrative support and coordinating capacity to lay ministry leaders.

         

+  Coordinates parish-wide special events in collaboration with clergy and staff.

         

+  Coordinates parish outreach projects. Serves as liaison to partner organizations, manages program records, identifies and supports lay outreach leaders, and provides administrative support.


To apply, send resume to: The Rev. Dan Burner, All Saints’ Episcopal Church, 6300 N. Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85012 or email them to dburner@allsaintsoncentral.org

Assistant Sexton


Employment Classification:  Part-time, 18-22 hours per week, nonexempt

 

Supervisor:  Director of Operations

 

Working at All Saints’

All Saints’ Episcopal Church exists to feed hungry souls with the grace of God. Together, we seek a deeper life in Christ, a more holy communion with one another, and a greater love for the world. Our campus sits in the heart of a beautiful and historic residential section of Phoenix as a welcoming community, embracing diversity in all its forms, regardless of age, gender, sexual orientation, political views, religious affiliation, marital status, ethnicity, social or economic background.

 

What We Seek

The Assistant 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, general gathering spaces, as well as basic maintenance and groundskeeping chores.

 

The Assistant Sexton performs custodial duties in and around All Saints’ Episcopal Church & Day School facilities; implements setups and takedown for a variety of church, school, and community events; and, works closely with Church and Day School staff to meet its custodial/maintenance needs.

 

While the duties of the position will be primarily focused on church facilities, the Assistant Sexton, as a part of the All Saints’ team, may be asked to respond to emergencies or assist with projects on the Day School campus.

 

Duties and Responsibilities

  •          Clean, sanitize, vacuum, sweep, dust, mop, and remove the trash from the church, chapels, restrooms, kitchen, public/common areas, and church office according to daily, weekly, and monthly schedules.
  •          Provide daily cleaning of outdoor entrance ways leading into the church and office buildings, and columbarium.
  •          Maintain Safeguarding God’s People requirements that ensure a safe church environment for all persons, especially children, youth and vulnerable persons.
  •          Check schedules for room and refreshment setups daily and set up rooms and refreshments a needed for services, meetings, events, and rehearsals.
  •          Maintains the grounds immediately surrounding the church. Care for the Garden Close will be extremely important.
  •          Will coordinate with Church Sexton and Director of Operations and Day School Director of Facilities.
  •          Routinely locks and unlocks facilities as needed to provide a safe and secure space.

 

 


Qualifications, Skills, and Abilities

  •          Good verbal communication skills.
  •          Highly attentive to detail.
  •          Function as a team player who maintains positive relationships with other staff members.
  •          Walk/stand for extended periods.
  •          Lift 25-50 lbs.
  •          Able to bend over, kneel, squat.
  •          Able to operate cleaning equipment and machinery (brooms, mops, vacuums, floor scrubbers).
  •          Able to work on a ladder.
  •          Able to speak English well enough to communicate effectively with coworkers and parishioners.
  •          Comfortable with electronic communications such as text messages and email, and general knowledge of basic Microsoft Office and Google Suite applications.

 

Preference will be given to those with at least one of the following qualifications:

  •          Experience with basic landscaping tools, such as lawnmowers, trimmers, and leaf blowers.
  •          Experience with the basics of electrical, plumbing, or carpentry.
  •          Experience with use of cleaning equipment such as floor scrubbers.
  •          Experience with setup of audio and visual equipment.

Work Environment

The duties of this position will require the Assistant Sexton to be near moving mechanical parts, electricity, solvents, fumes, airborne particles, outdoor weather, loud noises, etc. Attention to safety and good judgment are paramount.

 

The work schedule is flexible and will be determined by mutual agreement to include weekday evenings and/or weekends.

 

Compensation

$20 per hour, dependent upon experience.

 

To Apply

Send a résumé to Gary Quamme, at gquamme@allsaintsoncentral.org, or via mail to All Saints’ Episcopal Church, 6300 N. Central Ave., Phoenix, AZ, 85012. The position will remain open until filled.

 

More information about All Saints’ Episcopal Church may be found at www.allsaintsoncenral.org.

 

More information about All Saints’ Episcopal Day School may be found at www.allsaints.org.

Finance and Administrative Assistant


Employment Classification:  Full-time, 30 – 40 hours per week, nonexempt

 

Supervisor:  Director of Operations

 

Working at All Saints’

All Saints’ Episcopal Church exists to feed hungry souls with the grace of God. Together, we seek a deeper life in Christ, a more holy communion with one another, and a greater love for the world. Our campus sits in the heart of a beautiful and historic residential section of Phoenix as a welcoming community, embracing diversity in all its forms, regardless of age, gender, sexual orientation, political views, religious affiliation, marital status, ethnicity, social or economic background.

 

What We Seek

The Finance and Administrative Assistant serves to manage the daily financial and administrative tasks of the church with a high degree of integrity and attention to detail, working closely with the Treasurer and Director of Operations to maintain trust in the fiscal and administrative functions of All Saints’.

 

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Process and post weekly contributions and pledge payments.
  • Prepare bank deposits and monitor bank accounts.
  • Process financial transactions – both payables and receivables, including calculating submissions for HR benefits programs.
  • Track monthly online recurring and one-time gift transactions.
  • Assist with fundraising projects by tracking donors, revenues and expenses.
  • Assist with annual pledge campaign.
  • Prepare financial reports for vestry, finance committee and staff.
  • Work with outside accountants to prepare for annual audit.
  • Write and send acknowledgement letters for gifts to pledge campaign, special days and other fundraising projects.
  • Ensure accurate data updates and tracking in Realm database of donor and parishioner information.
  • Oversee the proper collection, receipt and handling of money with the Treasurer and Director of Operations.
  • Assist with administrative tasks such as maintaining office supplies, event scheduling, and taking minutes at some committee meetings.
  • May assist with general correspondence.
  • Perform other duties as may be assigned.

 



Essential Qualifications

  •          Must be able to handle membership and financial information with confidentiality, sensitivity and integrity.
  •          Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications.
  •          Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail.
  •          Ability to meet deadlines and work independently.
  •          Previous experience in accounting and in use of commercially available accounting software.

 

Preferred Qualifications

  •          Bachelor’s Degree with coursework in accounting, nonprofit management, business, or a similar program.
  •          Experience with CRM software.
  •          Experience with relational databases.

 

Compensation

Starting at $20 per hour and dependent upon experience, plus full family health, vision, and dental insurance and contribution to Church Pension Group Lay Pension. Paid vacation and sick leave from first day.

 

To Apply

Send a cover letter and résumé to Gary Quamme, at gquamme@allsaintsoncentral.org, or via mail to All Saints’ Episcopal Church, 6300 N. Central Ave., Phoenix, AZ, 85012. The position will remain open until filled.

 

More information about All Saints’ Episcopal Church may be found at www.allsaintsoncenral.org.

 

More information about All Saints’ Episcopal Day School may be found at www.allsaints.org.

 

Ten Reasons Why All Saints' 

is a Great Place to Serve


  1.  It’s gratifying to serve with energetic, supportive, fun colleagues. Our staff of 12, including 3 full-time priests, works collaboratively towards our common mission. God is doing great things at and through All Saints’, and it is fulfilling to be part of something meaningful.
  2. Between our church and day school, there is never a dull moment at All Saints’, with lots of activity during the school and program year on our campus and in the community.
  3. We have some of the best traditional liturgy and music in The Episcopal Church. We worship from the Book of Common Prayer an average of 14 times per week, including day school chapels, Evening Prayer, monthly choral Evensong, weddings and funerals.
  4. All Saints’ is a diverse congregation: Republicans and Democrats, young families and seniors, gays and lesbians, singles, wealthy and poor, from different backgrounds. We are united in a centrist, non partisan, healthy community of respect that follows Jesus Christ in the Episcopal tradition as we pray, learn, serve and connect with God and each other.
  5. We take our spiritual formation seriously. Our members of all ages appreciate learning about the faith. We have a solid foundation, but seek to grow in numbers and discipleship.
  6. We are committed to serving those in need in our city and beyond. We have active partnerships with many local agencies, including ICM Food and Clothing Bank, Feed My Starving Children, André House, and Saint Mary's Food Bank, and internationally with Saint Paul’s Church and School in Haiti.
  7. The weather. Phoenix has more than 300 days of sunshine per year. Sure, the summer is hot, but the late fall, winter, and spring are amazing.
  8. Phoenix has all the amenities of a big city: music and the arts, sports teams, outdoor activities, and great cuisine. The Southwest is a rich and unique landscape and culture.
  9. Phoenix is affordable for a major city.
  10. Have we mentioned the sunshine?

 

Learn more about Phoenix in general:

The Episcopal diocese of Arizona:  www.azdiocese.org

Phoenix Convention & Visitor’s Bureau:  www.visitphoenix.com

The Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commercer:  www.phoenixchamber.com

Arizona Office of Tourism:  www.azot.gov

The Arizona Republic:  www.azcentral.com