Applications accepted for coordinator, indigenous theological education

Episcopal Church Office of Public Affairs
Posted Jan 7, 2019

The Episcopal Church is accepting applications for the position of Coordinator, Indigenous Theological Education, a member of the Office of Indigenous Ministries, which is part of the Evangelism Team of the Department of Mission.

The Indigenous Theological Education Coordinator will work collaboratively with the Missioner for Indigenous Ministries, the Indigenous Ministries Advisory Council (IMAC), and with Indigenous congregations and dioceses serving Indigenous constituents throughout The Episcopal Church, within the United States and other areas of the world.

The primary function of this position is to supervise the continuing development and sharing of educational resources for training Indigenous leadership throughout the diverse Indigenous communities of The Episcopal Church. Additionally, the ongoing work of curriculum development and program coordination will move forward in consultation with the IMAC, thereby empowering the Indigenous Theological Education Coordinator to assure the broadest reach while also assuring an appropriately centralized and supervised management strategy for the efficient and equitable use of resources and programs.

Information about the position and details for applying are available here.  In addition to completing the profile and submitting your résumé, please submit a cover letter that includes at least three professional references. Deadline for applications is January 24, 2019.

For more information contact Episcopal Church Human Resources at

The Episcopal Church Center is the office of The Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society (DFMS), the corporate body of The Episcopal Church. The DFMS is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from qualified members of groups protected against discrimination in employment under applicable federal, state, and municipal laws as well as the Canons of the Church and resolutions of General Convention.