Religious Exploration is Hiring!
The Religious Exploration program is hiring 1 Religious Exploration Teacher (works with ages 4-12) and 1 Youth Advisor (works with ages 11-18) to join our Sunday morning team.
Experience and aptitude for working with kids/teens
Strong skills in group facilitation and/or teaching, especially in a collaborative setting
Good communication skills, including English (spoken & written) and French (basic spoken), and comfort with email communication
A strong commitment to an inclusive classroom/group environment
Has been active in a Unitarian Universalist congregation for at least one year
Availability on Sunday mornings
Must pass a police records check
Our ideal candidates:
Bring a strong skill set of their own (e.g. music, fine art, engineering, etc.), in addition to experience working with kids/teens
Are enthusiastic about helping young people to understand and apply the values of Unitarian Universalism, and to build their own spiritual lives
Are interested in remaining with the Religious Exploration program for the 2019-20 program year
For the position of Youth Advisor only: has a valid driver’s license; is age 25 or older
Send your resumé and an introductory email to Katharine Childs, Director of Religious Exploration at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “RE Teacher Position” or “Youth Advisor Position”
The Unitarian Church of Montreal (UCM) is an inclusive faith community of about 260 members, families and friends, offering many ways to nurture spiritual exploration and practice, and to participate in social justice. We welcome those with diverse religious perspectives: atheists, agnostics, and theists, as well as those who consider themselves spiritual but not religious. We welcome lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender individuals.
The Unitarian Church of Montreal is a spiritual community committed to diversity in our hiring practices; we encourage those who experience marginalization because of race or ethnic background, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, disability, socio-economic background, or other factors to apply.