Support the rector (senior pastor) by serving as principal business manager responsible for congregational administrative operations, particularly church facilities management (buildings and grounds, custodial maintenance); human resources coordination (employee payroll, benefits, and policies); financials (church accounting, invoicing, reconciliations, reporting), and primary non-clergy liaison to Grace-St. Luke’s School (shared campus, independent, PS-8); collaborate with fellow staff and clergy team members, volunteer treasurer, elected lay leadership, and members; hires and supervises custodial staff, maintenance vendors, receptionists, and clerical volunteers.
Post-secondary education; minimum five years of professional office experience in medium-to-large institution operations and finance administration, and bookkeeping (accounting degree preferred but not required); personnel management experience; accounting church software (ASC) experience preferred but not required; Excel and database management experience preferred; good customer service, interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills; good time and work management skills with minimal guidance in a confidential and often fast-paced environment; prior experience working for a church, religious institution, or non-profit beneficial.
Internal Number: 20210429
About Grace-St. Luke's Episcopal Church
Established in 1940 as a merger of two congregations, Grace-St. Luke’s Episcopal Church is a vibrant faith community of more than 500 households in Midtown Memphis. Parish life includes rich worship experiences, education and formation programs for children, youth, and adults, connection and fellowship offerings, outreach programs, social justice initiatives, and community engagement partnerships with social service agencies, excellent instrumental and choral music, and independent Grace-St. Luke’s School (preschool-8th grade). Our mission is to restore all people to unity with God and each other in Christ. Our vision is to be a thriving community of hope, belonging, and healing through worship, parish life, and service, and who rejoices in the love of Jesus to transform the world.