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Episcopal Diocese of Rochester

Communication Missioner

Episcopal Diocese of Rochester
Rochester, New York, United States

Date Posted: 07/03/2012
Categories: Communications - Media/Technology
Denominations: Episcopal
Church Size: 3001 to 4000
Job Type: Full-Time

Job Description:
The Episcopal Diocese of Rochester consists of 49 churches located in 8 counties in Upstate NY. Diocesan Staff is located in offices in the city of Rochester and work together to support the mission and ministry of the churches under the leadership of the Bishop. The Diocesan vision is “Joy in Christ, as a way of life” and is expressed through radical hospitality, passionate spirituality and thoughtful engagement. The Episcopal Diocese of Rochester works for the equality and inclusion of all people.

We are seeking an individual who has a passion for Jesus and the ability to bring others to that passion, who can serve as a relationship builder between all the various parts of those we serve which includes: Parishes, Seekers, the community, Parish Priests, Diocesan staff, and someone who can help the leaders of the church develop a vision of the church of tomorrow and begin to execute on that vision. The Communications Missioner is responsible for directing and managing internal and external communications to promote all aspects of the Episcopal Diocese of Rochester’s mission, ministries, and programs.

This individual must possess strategic vision partnered with strong interpersonal and group communications skills. As the leader of the Communications team, this individual must be capable of directing staff and volunteers in the development and delivery of innovative, creative and strategic promotional tools and resources. This individual must be organized, detail-oriented, diplomatic and tactful, with proven leadership experience and spiritual maturity. Candidates must have a minimum of a Bachelors degree, with 5 plus years experience in a related field. Episcopal Church background a definite plus but not required. Consider this position a ministry, not just a job.