Head Chaplain, Oregon Episcopal School

Head Chaplain, Oregon Episcopal School

The Oregon Episcopal School is seeking a full-time Head Chaplain.

The head chaplain plays the lead role in defining, preserving, and promoting the School’s Episcopal identity to all constituencies. This position is a community builder and, as such, works across divisions and departments coordinating the Chaplaincy program and in close partnership with the director for inclusion (DFI). In collaboration with the Middle and Upper School chaplains, the head chaplain develops, facilitates, and promotes services throughout the OES community. The chaplain also performs duties in the Lower School (LS), including leading chapel and teaching weekly religion classes. In addition, this position provides pastoral care to the full breadth and diversity of students, families, and employees as needed and oversees the K-12 Community Engagement program. This is a senior leadership position that serves on the Administrative Team as a resource and standard bearer for Episcopal Identity. The head chaplain reports directly to the associate head of school. 

This is a full-time, exempt, year-round, administrator position that comes with a competitive salary and benefits package including but not limited to paid time off, health insurance, 403(b) retirement plan with generous employer match, tuition remission for up to two admissions eligible children (contingent on availability), abundant professional development opportunities, and one excellent meal daily in the Dining Hall (when it reopens). For more details visit The OES Benefits Guide. 

Please see the full Job Description and Requirements here.


  • Visit www.oes.edu/careers to learn more about OES. 
  • Fill out the OES Head Chaplain Application 
  • Closes June 4, 2021 

Oregon Episcopal School does not discriminate in its hiring or employment practices on the basis of race, color, religion, gender (including gender identity or expression), disability, national or ethnic origin, age, sexual orientation, marital status, genetic information, or other legally protected characteristic or status.