Non-Church Job Opportunities

  • Learning and Evaluation Summer Associate with City Year Dallas

    Date: June 12, 2024

    Part Time

    City Year Dallas is seeking a creative, collaborative, and results-oriented individual to serve as a Learning and EvaluationSummer Associate. Reporting to the Learning and Evaluation Director, this is a temporary six to eight week position supporting the planning, execution, and evaluation of City Year’s Pre-Service Basic Training Academy (BTA) for first and second year AmeriCorps Members (ACMs). City Year Dallas is seeking a creative, collaborative, and results-oriented individual to serve as a Learning and Evaluation Summer Associate.



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    Jorge Mendez

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  • House Parent at Cal Farley's Boys Ranch (full-time)

    Date: June 6, 2024

    Cal Farley's Boys Ranch is a nonprofit child and family service organization that provides residential family-style living in a rural setting for boys and girls in need of a safe, home-like environment. We are currently seeking House Parents to join our team. In this role, you will be responsible for providing direct care services and creating a home-like environment for children in need. The House Parent plays an instrumental role in creating a positive and nurturing environment for children who need a safe place to call home. As a House Parent you will work directly with children.

    Boys Ranch


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    Issac Holland

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  • Director of Diversity and Cultural Engagement

    Date: June 3, 2024

    The Joint Personnel Committee for these three conferences announces a search for the Director of Diversity and Cultural Engagement, a passionate leader, committed to driving positive change and making a difference as the Director of Diversity and Cultural Engagement. This key role will be responsible for fostering a diverse, inclusive and equitable environment within the conference. This position involves developing, implementing, and promoting initiatives that celebrate diversity and address issues related to equity and inclusion within the conference organization and context.



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    Monica Reid

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  • Fellowship Southwest paid internships for summer internships in Brownsville and Piedras Negras

    Date: May 15, 2024

    College or graduate students wanting to serve on the border, Fellowship Southwest has a few openings for summer internships in Brownsville and Piedras Negras. These internships include stipends. 


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    For more information contact Anyra R. Cano, Director of Programs and Outreach for Fellowship Southwest



  • Navy Chaplain (Full-time)

    Date: May 15, 2024

    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: May 15, 2024

    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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  • PROGRAM COORDINATOR for the Interreligious Communities Project, Dallas Location: Dallas, TX

    Date: April 15, 2024


    Sharing Sacred Spaces, Inc. is a start-up non-profit with a strong track record of success in our beginning years as an organization. With our newest local program in Dallas, we are looking for a local coordinator to continue to build, and to implement, manage, and co-facilitate our hallmark program, the Interreligious Communities Project (ICP) in our Dallas location, working closely with our local partners on the ground. The Program Coordinator is an essential role for our organization, and is the key to a local program’s success.

    The primary approach of the Program Coordinator will be as a local community-builder.  This means relationships and the building of trust with our participants and our congregations and partners is the absolute first priority.  There will be approximately 8 congregations that you will be responsible for supporting through the program.


    The Coordinator’s main responsibilities will be:

    • Local program cultivation and relationship-building

      • local clergy and participant cultivation (relationship-development) and recruitment as needed

      • If possible, attending the celebratory inaugural event at the National Day of Prayer (May 2nd) 

    • Local program implementation, coordination, and support

      • supports local coordinators with logistics and communications

      • manages production of brochures, booklets, and other items needed for successful implementation and advertising

      • monitors the program activities and implements surveys and evaluations, reporting on results

      • co-leads design meetings for each sacred site visit along with our local Architect

      • writes press releases for events and sends to media as appropriate

      • manages site visits and facilitates as needed, including the Solidarity Pledge and and community project.

    • Regular (typically weekly) check ins with the Executive Director

    • Additional program-related administrative support which may include: 

      • outreach to Seminaries and other institutions for student cultivation and participation in the program


    Preferred Experience/Background:

    Sharing Sacred Spaces does not discriminate on any basis in its hiring practice and is ADA and EEOC compliant. Though not formal requirements, individuals with any of the following experience or characteristics are encouraged to apply: degree in a related area of religious, architectural, or humanities studies, working knowledge of complex religious, racial, and cultural landscape in the U.S., any community organizing experience, previous nonprofit experience, a multilingual/multicultural background, or a demonstrated interest in advancing pluralism.  


    This is a flexible and very independent position. We put high trust in our employees and expect that you will do your job, get your work done on time, and perform to the best of your ability. Evening and/or weekend hours will be required approximately 2 to 3 times monthly for programs and events.  Local travel to congregations, universities, and partner organizations will also be required.

    The position begins as soon as it is filled.  Deadline for applications is April 20th.

    This position pays $30/hr.  We estimate the position will require 8-10 hours per week.

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    To apply, send a cover letter, resume, and the names and contact information for two references, to the Executive Director, Dr. Vanessa Avery, at