Magdalena House is a transitional neighborhood of homes in San Antonio that serves mothers and their children who have fled dangerous and abusive lives by providing transformation through education, nurturing community, and programming.  We provide a free, safe, transitional home and loving community for those affected by family violence and human trafficking, mothers who have aged out of foster care, and those working with CPS, as well as mothers facing homelessness.  Families’ needs are addressed and met, including unique programming designed to foster self-awareness.  Vocational assistance in the form of education, training, and job readiness is a key ingredient, as mothers are required to attend school by taking college, high school, or GED classes.  Through these and other enrichment courses and events, mothers living at Magdalena House develop social, educational, and financial skills needed to ensure the physical, economic, and spiritual well-being of themselves and their children.


We are seeking a motivated, organized, and compassionate individual with excellent interpersonal skills to provide assistance to the Magdalena House Program Director.  The Program Coordinator is responsible for providing resident and community support, oversight of evening programming, coordinating program-related volunteers, supervising children’s activities during weekly enrichment classes, documenting services, and other duties as assigned by the Program Director and Executive Director. 




Oversight of Evening Programming, Special Events and Family Outings

·         Plan and implement special events, i.e. resident service projects, family meals, resident conferences, etc.

·         Recruit and schedule volunteers for children’s activities during Tuesday evening Enrichment and special events as needed.

·         Ensure successful programming by preparing volunteers for each event.

·         Leads volunteers in Pre-Groups (communicating expectations) and Post-Groups (evaluation)for these events.

·         Problem-solve last minute schedule changes and cancellations.

·         Prepare supplies and oversee children’s activities during these events.

·         Facilitate and coordinate quarterly Resident Service Projects.

·         Arrange transportation.


Volunteer Coordination

·         Connect existing volunteers with opportunities to serve.

·         Inform directors of gaps in volunteers needs.

·         Orient, train and support volunteers.

·         Communicate via email and phone with scheduled volunteers about upcoming shifts.

·         Maintain volunteer files and enter volunteer data into donor software.


Resident and Community Support

·         Provide support to residents while on-site. 

·         Schedule meetings with residents and other agencies for Program Director

·         Provide child supervision while residents are in meetings with Program Director, house meetings, therapy and/or other times as assigned by Program Director.

·         Transport residents and accompany to appointments as needed and assigned by Program Director.

·         Provide weekly emails with calendar information to staff and residents.

·         Inform residents about upcoming vacation periods and track resident vacation requests.

·         Record services, data and documents into case management software.

·         Participate in weekly Program staff meetings.

·         Perform other duties as assigned by the Program Director



·         Committed to a life of faith and a passion to work for the good of mothers and children

·         Bachelor’s Degree preferred

·         Demonstrated interest in working with the population we serve, experience working in social services or community non-profits a plus

·         Above average proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite and ability to fully utilize electronic record-keeping software

·         Be willing and available to work after hours, nights, weekends, and holidays to handle events or emergencies as needed

·         Exhibit strong organizational skills

·         Possess excellent communication and interpersonal skills

·         Possess knowledge of the local community



·         Ability to work independently and on a team

·         Ability to maintain the privacy and confidentiality of our residents

·         Ability to manage office equipment

·         Ability to carry 35 pounds

·         Ability to drive MH vehicles to transport residents as needed; must possess and maintain a valid driver’s license

·         Ability to respect a drug and alcohol-free environment

·         Ability to respect a smoke-free environment



·         Part-time, up to 20 hours per week

·         Weekday afternoons/evenings


To apply for this position, please email your resume and letter of interest.  Please indicate the name of the position for which you are applying in the subject line of your email.


Corinne Kurth, LPC-S

Program Director

Magdalena House

P.O. Box 692041

San Antonio, Texas 78269


This part-time position provides administrative and organizational support to 3 Sunday morning services and one Wednesday night service each week.  This includes some office-related tasks (visitor/member data management, weekly administrative staff meeting, etc.), worship logistics support (worship volunteers, communion setup and cleanup, etc.), and data entry and operation of worship media. (entering and proofing worship slide text, operating slides for worship, etc.) 

Applicants must have a mature faith, good interpersonal skills, a strong capacity for organizational and administrative tasks, and basic familiarity with computers and data processing.  Existing knowledge and skill with specific software and web tools (ProPresenter, Planning Center, Servant Keeper, Microsoft Office, etc.) is preferred, but training will be provided as needed. 


To apply, submit a cover letter and CV/resume via email to Abel Stewart. (


Westlawn UMC is looking for a volunteer Youth Coordinator. Westlawn is a small bilingual church on the west side of San Antonio. This is an English speaking position.  The youth group and young adults are approximately 15 in total, but has much potential. If you are feeling called to serve with youth, this is a great learning opportunity. For more information, please contact Liliana Padilla at 325-315-7409.



Position Title: Youth Ministry Director

Position Specifics: Part Time (20 hours per week)

Qualifications: A. Christian background with a passion for youth ministry

B. High School graduate or equivalent

C. Membership at Oxford UMC or willingness to become an Oxford member

D. Knowledge of youth and youth culture to include ability to reach and include diverse populations of students

E. Quality written, verbal and electronic communication skills with both youth

and adults

F. Ability to envision, plan, organize, delegate, and oversee functions and activities of the group and its volunteer leaders

G. Ability to provide faith-based, biblically grounded counseling to youth, and adult volunteers

H. Willingness to support other ministries of the church

I. Must pass criminal background check

Job Description: A. Develop, coordinate, and oversee Christian education program for the youth, to include Bible study, recruitment and supervision of volunteer church members, seasonal and special events, and assistance with the confirmation process and program

B. Lead children and youth in their Christian, spiritual, and social development

C. Develop a strategic plan for the Youth Ministry that supports the Church’s mission and vision

D. Communicate current and future activities of the youth to the Staff, the Church Council, and to the congregation

E. Participate in the preparation, development, and execution of the budget for the Youth Ministry program

Responsibilities: A. Coordinate and direct, with the church staff, the total Youth Ministry which may include, but not be limited to:

1. Weekly youth fellowship meetings

2. Special events (concerts, movies, other social events, etc.)

3. Summer activities including social and fellowship events, mission/outreach programs, spiritual growth, mission trips, and assisting with Vacation Bible School

4. Personal contact with as many 6th-12th graders as possible

within the Oxford community on an annual basis

5. Interest and participation in outside of the church activities

of the youth whenever possible

6. Development of youth leadership

7. Fundraising opportunities (to include planning, development, organization, and coordination of such opportunities)

8. Maintaining accurate financial records of the Youth Ministry program

9. Providing counseling for youth, family, and others when needed.

B. Meet directly with the Senior Pastor and Church Staff for direction and

guidance in the performance of prescribed duties

C. Will be accountable to the SPRC for the satisfactory fulfillment of all


Compensation: A. Will earn a salary commensurate with experience and training

B. Eligibility for annual continuing education will be in accordance with Church and Conference policies

C. Will receive compensation for the use and operation of his/her personal

vehicle, when required, on church related activities

D. Paid vacations will be awarded in keeping with Church and Conference policies