|Canterbury Chaplain at California Polytechnic State University|
|Name of church or organization|
|The San Luis Obispo Canterbury Foundation|
|San Luis Obispo, CA|
|The Canterbury Foundation Board of San Luis Obispo, California requests enthusiastic applicants for the position of Chaplain. This will be a part-time (40% / 16hrs/wk) position, filled by an ordained Deacon or Priest of The Episcopal Church or a practicing Lay Episcopalian with a Master of Divinity or equivalent degree in ministry, theology, pastoral or religious studies, or related field.
The Chaplain must be able to address the needs of a complex and diverse student population. The Episcopal Church welcomes and embraces those with a wide range of beliefs, observances, practices, and identities. The Chaplain must invite, welcome and engage students within this diverse population and enable them to thrive within a distinct Episcopalian community. The Chaplain will engage students in scripture, contemporary issues, history, ethics and other issues which may help them find genuine relevance in their lives today. To accomplish this, the Chaplain may engage the students in worship, events, study groups and other activities which are culturally relevant to the student population at any particular time.
The Chaplain’s primary focus will be at the California Polytechnic State University (Cal Poly) Campus working with students to develop a strong Canterbury community which will include fellowship, study, worship, discipleship, and service. The ministry may include students from nearby Cuesta Community College, and the ministry may expand there as necessary.
Terms and Compensation
The Chaplain will attend the Provincial Campus Ministry gathering.
Salary will be at Diocesan minimum, pro-rated at 40%. Housing, pension and health are not included.
The Canterbury Board is comprised of representatives from the Deanery parishes; they oversee the work of the Chaplain and are responsible for funding and financial management.
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|Does this job pay?|
|To apply please submit letter of interest, résumé and references by April 1, 2020 to:
Brian Spolarich, Board Chair
|Link to the job posting or application|