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Program Manager - St. Paul's Chapel
Trinity Wall Street
The Program Manager of St. Paul's Chapel (Financial District), will be responsible under the guidance of the Program Director to develop and support existing and proposed programming with the priority goal to grow the worshipping community both spiritually and in attendance at St. Paul's Chapel; increase the spiritual dimension of life in Lower Manhattan for individuals as well as the community as a whole using music, art, liturgy, pastoral care, and special events.
Position Duties and Responsibilities: - Manage and enhance systems, programs, and events that enable the Chapel to fulfill the parish leadership’s stated goals, ensuring onsite staff supervision and support for all programs hosted by Trinity Church, as well as other sponsored or aligned liturgies & events. Serve as a “go-to” contact for arising strategic and tactical matters relating to such events. - Manage and support offerings for visitors and pilgrims at St. Paul’s Chapel - Assist in the development of the emerging congregational community at St. Paul’s Chapel - Teach and model a theology of “Hospitality and Welcome”, and recruit and support a pool of volunteers to extend the approved programs of the chapel. - Manage the program’s budget.
Required Skills and Knowledge: - Ability to observe and analyze arising need and opportunity within the program areas, assisting to conceive, build, and maintain appropriate projects to support these opportunities. - Training and demonstrated expertise in project management. - Strong and sensitive interpersonal and relational skills, with demonstrated ability to lead and participate in teams, and to recruit, train, and coordinate volunteers. - Collaborative and self-motivated; able to work with minimal supervision. - Adaptable to a broad range of job requirements – from program design work to routine details. - Excellent organizational and communication skills; conversant in new media and online social networking environment. - Able to include Sundays in work week Required Education, Experience, and Credentials: - Bachelor’s degree and applied training in the program areas.
- Working knowledge of liturgy and pastoral ministry within the Anglican context. - An awareness of the culture of the Episcopal Church and Trinity Wall Street.
How TO APPLY:
For consideration, please send a cover letter with your resume, salary history and salary requirements to: Trinity Wall Street, Human Resources Department Email: HR@trinitywallstreet.org
No phone calls please. Only qualified candidates will be contacted.
The Parish of Trinity Church is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Located at the head of Wall Street, Trinity Church has been part of New York City’s and our nation’s history since its charter in 1697. We are an Episcopal parish offering daily worship services and faith formation programs at Trinity Church, St. Paul’s Chapel, and online at trinitywallstreet.org.
Today, Trinity is collectively known as Trinity Wall Street, and includes, along with our parish ministries and liturgy, Trinity Grants; Trinity Preschool; Trinity Institute (an annual theological conference); an extensive music and arts program (presenting more than 100 free concerts each year); St. Margaret’s House (subsidized housing for the elderly); and Trinity Real Estate, managing Trinity’s 6.5 million sq feet of commercial real estate in lower Manhattan.
The Trinity mission is Love of God, Love of Neighbor, Near and Far, for a World of Good. We are undertaking three plans that together will realize that mission: our program strategic plan; enhancing our endowment to support program work; and developing a sustainable mixed-use neighborhood in our real estate portfolio.