Non-Church Job Opportunities

Connectional Ministries Intern

Date: September 19, 2023

10-15 hours a week for the academic year. Fully remote Opportunities could include: • Planning, executing, and attending board and committee meetings • Participation in project management related to evaluation, the budget, advocacy, legislative campaigns with in The UMC, and other projects • Communications, including writing, content creation, and editing • Help with the theological grounding of the CT’s work through leading devotions/spiritual practices or writing • Research An intern would also have the opportunity to attend United Methodist General Conference in 2024 with the CT staff.



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Grace Killian

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Navy Chaplain (Full-time)

Date: August 29, 2023

As a Navy Chaplain, you will be the voice of encouragement, reason and hope to thousands of Sailors and Marines, supporting and uplifting the brave men and women who have chosen to serve their country. The Navy Chaplain Corps boasts more than 800 Navy Chaplains from more than 100 different faith groups, including Christian, Jewish, Muslim, Buddhist and many others. QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS • U.S. citizen • Graduate degree in theological or related studies from an accredited educational institution • Have two years of full-time religious leadership experience




As a Navy Chaplain, your job spans a broad range of duties. You will support fellow service members during their most joyful and most difficult moments. Your responsibilities might be to:

  • Conduct worship services in a variety of settings
  • Perform religious rites and ceremonies such as weddings, funeral services and baptisms
  • Counsel individuals who seek guidance
  • Oversee religious education programs, such as Sunday school and youth groups
  • Visit and provide spiritual guidance and care to hospitalized personnel and their family members
  • Train lay leaders who conduct religious education programs
  • Promote attendance at religious services, retreats and conferences
  • Advise leaders at all levels regarding morale, ethics and spiritual well-being



Active duty Chaplains receive:

  • Competitive salary
  • Free health insurance
  • Free housing
  • A retirement plan
  • 30 days paid vacation



If you’re in the process of starting or completing your graduate theological degree, you could potentially enter the Navy Chaplain Candidate Program (CCPO) as a student.


Active duty Navy Chaplains can advance their education by: 

  • Post-9/11 GI Bill
  • Navy Tuition Assistance Program
  • Pursuing opportunities at institutions such as Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) or Navy War College (NWC)
  • Completing Joint Professional Military Education (JPME) at one of the various service colleges
  • Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE)



  • U.S. citizen
  • Graduate degree in theological or related studies from an accredited educational institution
  • Have two years of full-time religious leadership experience
  • Must be able to obtain an Ecclesiastical Endorsement from a religious faith organization registered with the Department of Defense



Navy Chaplains immerse themselves in the daily lives of service members. In what can be best described as a ministry of presence, they are there to offer guidance and insight in the moment, whenever they’re needed. You could provide support while on land or at sea, when presiding over religious ceremonies on a base or when conducting services from the flight deck of an aircraft carrier.



There are part-time opportunities as a Navy Chaplain. Serving part-time as a Reserve Chaplain gives you the flexibility to minister in the Navy while maintaining responsibilities to your congregation at home.

Additional Requirements

US Citizenship Required

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LCDR Lara Byrd

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Texas Army National Guard Chaplain or Chaplain Candidate (Part Time)

Date: August 29, 2023

Military chaplaincy provides much needed spiritual and religious support to Soldiers and their Families. Chaplains in the Texas Army National Guard minister within a unit in Texas one weekend a month and for a 2-week period in the summer. The rest of the time they keep working their civilian job or ministry. We also have a Chaplain Candidate Program where those interested in pursuing chaplaincy can join the Guard as a chaplain candidate while continuing to work on their seminary education. For more info about qualifications and benefits please visit:

Multiple Locations in Texas


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CPT Jessica Rousseau

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Two Weeks Full-Time Companionship for Elderly Woman

Date: July 19, 2023

Kevin Gilliam is a member of Lovers Lane United Methodist Church. He is in the Good News Sunday School class led by Ted Campbell. He is looking for full time companionship for two weeks in August for his elderly mother while Kevin’s brother (her usual companion) is out of town. This job does not require any special skills; she is just not wanting to be alone. This is a great opportunity to make a good chunk of income in just a couple weeks while you can also work on homework or whatever else you can do from her home.

  • Dates/Times
    • August 13th to August 26th
    • Optimally 8 PM to 8 AM (Potential to sleep there; it has 2 bedrooms - you will have your own space)
  • Compensation
    • Negotiable - Starting at $20.00 to 25.00 per hour.
  • Location
    • Allen, TX 
  • Tasks/Duties
    • General companionship: She is not wanting to be alone in evening. Bring homework or anything else you’d like to work on.
    • Some help with meals, e.g. cooking and/or ordering food (she is not able to work in the kitchen)
    • No special medical care needed or required. 

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Manager Community Outreach (Hybrid)

Date: July 3, 2023


  • This position is accountable for the development, program planning and implementation of programs specific to community outreach, corporate outreach and school partnerships to meet the medical center goals and primary health concerns identified in the community.
  • This position has primary responsibility for coordinating and managing community outreach, civic affairs and employee engagement efforts of Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas.
  • This position will be responsible for development and implementation of a community outreach plan and an employee engagement plan, and reports to the President of Baylor University Medical Center.
  • ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE ROLE Supports the hospital executive leadership team in identifying community and civic or government groups (such as chambers, societies and local non-profits) and initiatives where Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas could be represented in order to build leadership relationships and opportunities for staff engagement in the community.
  • Coordinates with BSW Equitable Care department to understand the community health needs and identify opportunities for Baylor University Medical Center to meet community health needs through community outreach or engagement efforts.
    • Works with Equitable Care team and hospital leadership to set the annual Community Support Fund of community sponsorships and grants, and supports coordination of sponsorship benefits with hospital teams.
    • Supports the hospital executive leadership team with internal employee engagement initiatives that improve staff retention and satisfaction, and coordinates with corporate communications team members when appropriate.
    • Ensures Baylor University Medical Center is supporting the Baylor Scott & White mission, vision and goals to be a trusted resource for the Dallas community, our customers and patients.