Applications Accepted for the Deputy to Executive Officer

Applications Accepted for the Deputy to Executive Officer

November 29, 2018

The Episcopal Church is accepting applications for the position of Deputy to Executive Officer, a member of the Executive Office of the General Convention.

The Deputy to the Executive Officer organizes and oversees the canonical research work of the General Convention (Parochial and Diocesan Reports and related data), working with professional consultants, Church Pension Group (CPG), and other partners doing demographic and statistical analysis. The Deputy also organizes and oversees the responsibilities of the General Convention Office (GCO) related to face-to-face meetings and events planning/execution, and coordinates staff and consultants in the logistics of the meetings of General Convention, Executive Council, Interim Bodies, and other such meetings as they are planned and accomplished. At the request of the Executive Officer, the Deputy represents the Executive Officer at meetings and as Deputy Registrar, and does other duties as assigned.

This Deputy will also be required to cross-train with the Deputy for Legislation, acquiring knowledge of the legislative functions of the GCO and providing back-up as necessary.

Information about the position and details for applying are available here.  In addition to completing the profile and submitting your résumé, please submit a cover letter that includes at least three professional references. Deadline for applications is December 21, 2018.

For more information contact Episcopal Church Human Resources at [email protected].

The Episcopal Church Center is the office of The Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society (DFMS), the corporate body of the Episcopal Church. The DFMS is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from qualified members of groups protected against discrimination in employment under applicable federal, state, and municipal laws as well as the Canons of the Church and resolutions of General Convention.

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