Jobs and Volunteering

CUC Employment Opportunities

We’re looking for enthusiastic and skilled team players to join the CUC staff team:

Communications Specialist – Part-time
Our Communications Specialist needs a solid background in communications, is equally comfortable with details and big picture strategic thinking, loves to be in the centre of the action and understands the nuances of our faith. The CS is also social media savvy, an excellent writer and storyteller, and knows how to develop and work a communications plan.

This role may be combined with the Web Guru position if all requirements are met.
Communications Specialist Job Description

Web Coordinator – Part-time
Our Web Guru will have the WordPress skills to maintain the Canadian Unitarian Council’s website, manage upgrades, web issues and security breaches, ensure compliance with regulations, and keep current with best practices. The WG is also responsible for event form creation, updating web content, and working with the CUC’s new resource platform, LearnDash.

This role may be combined with the Communications Specialist job if all requirements are met.
Web Guru Job Description

These jobs will remain open until the position is filled. 


 Congregational Employment Opportunities

South Fraser Unitarian Congregation (SFUC) Search for a Sabbatical Minister

From January to May 2022 inclusive, Rev. Samaya Oakley will be on sabbatical from her call at SFUC. The SFUC Board has approved a search for a half-time sabbatical minister.

The main responsibility for the sabbatical minister will be to offer ten services, two per month, during this time. Our Sunday services are on Sunday afternoons at 1:30 pm Pacific. Additional services would include support of our Soul Matters groups (currently meeting once a month on Sunday afternoon), Board support, and support for our Worship Arts Team. We have a well-functioning Pastoral Care Team, which may need support in an emergency.

As we have made the decision to remain online for this congregational church year, we would envision the services offered to be online services. If five months seems too long, or two services per month are not possible, a sharing of the Sunday services with another minister could work. SFUC has used the Soul Matters theme-based monthly worship packages for several years. 

SFUC is a strong, caring, shared ministrybased congregation with approximately 40 members, a staff of three (digital media coordinator, pianist, and Zoom tech assistant), and strong leadership in all committees. We will miss Rev. Samaya and look forward to the change of being in sabbatical and sharing our ministry with new voices.

If you are interested, please reach out to Rev. Samaya, minister@surreyunitarians.ca, or Karin Wegner, Board representative to the Sabbatical Committee, kweger@shaw.ca. Please include a quick CV, a link to a Sunday message or two, and a brief note about why you are interested.

Our application closing date is October 31.