Communications Coordinator

Los Angeles, CA
Posted May 30, 2024
Job Title
Communications Coordinator
Name of church or organization
Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles
Los Angeles, CA
Job Description
The Communications Coordinator partners with the Bishop Diocesan, Canon to the Ordinary, and Canon for Common Life in proclaiming vividly and effectively the Good News of Jesus Christ as embodied in the mission of the Diocese of Los Angeles and its congregations, schools, and affiliated institutions.

The Communications Coordinator understands and demonstrates that in an ever-changing communications landscape the need for cutting-edge communication strategy across all digital platforms is necessary. This includes an emphasis on modern story sharing systems via social media, videography, photography, and podcasting.

The Communications Coordinator executes a daily, weekly, and monthly schedule of diocesan communications and digital evangelism releases including responsibility for web development, social media content creation/scheduling, graphic design, and story writing. This work may involve recruitment and supervision of freelancers and volunteers.

The Communications Coordinator produces the weekly Episcopal News Update and other publications and print/electronic communications resources as needed, ensuring that communications reflect the diocese’s mission theme and diocesan branding.

The Communications Coordinator helps equip the people of the diocese to communicate effectively over multiple platforms.

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Type of Commitment
Full Time
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Application Process
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: Qualified applicants are asked to email a resumé and cover letter to Canon Anilin Collado (, diocesan missioner for human resources, before June 30.

The communications coordinator will succeed Canon Janet Kawamoto, who has announced her retirement after 22 years on the diocesan staff, serving as editor of The Episcopal News and producing other diocesan media.

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 diocesan communications, and the Rev. Canon Pat McCaughan, senior writer for the Episcopal News and editor of the clergy newsletter.

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