School of the Spirit Teacher wanted! 

Seeking creative, flexible individuals interested in facilitating curriculum and creating fun and unique learning experiences offered once a week. We are open to various ways to stretch our minds, bodies, and spirits. Applicants should demonstrate the ability to recognize and articulate diverse developmentally appropriate behavior & respond to create a safe & welcoming learning environment. Creative skills such as music, nature, yoga, meditation, writing, storytelling, etc will be an asset in these positions.

Start date: September 1 or as soon as possible after. 

Read all about it by looking at the job description.

Apply by sending your resume and letter of interest to resume@bvuuf.org.

While it is not generally required or expected that an applicant/employee identify as a Unitarian Universalist (UU) or be a member of a UU congregation in order to work at BVUUF, all congregational staff members are expected to perform their job duties in accordance with the congregations’ values, principles, and missions. In particular the following points, drawn from the Seven UU Principles, are of particular importance for our work environment and staff culture:

● The inherent worth and dignity of every human being: We affirm the need for a human-centered workplace that allows our diverse staff to flourish. We also understand that our wider culture and society oppresses and denies human dignity, and we seek to counter the effects of that oppression in our hiring and workplace culture so that each person feels whole and valued.

● Justice, equity, and compassion in human relations, and the goal of world community with peace, liberty, and justice for all: We speak openly and publicly of our support for social and political issues, including LGBTQ+ equity, racial justice, climate justice, gender equity, and reproductive justice.

● The interdependent web of existence: We recognize that the liberation of our Earth and of all people is interwoven, and we work to counter environmental exploitation, patriarchy, white supremacy, colonialism, homophobia, transphobia, and other interrelated systems of marginalization.

The Boulder Valley UU Fellowship is committed to diversity and we provide equal employment opportunities to all individuals regardless of race, age, color, religion, creed, gender (including pregnancy), national origin, sexual orientation, veteran status, marital status, disability, political affiliation or belief. Employment decisions are made based on job-related qualifications without consideration of these factors.


About the Boulder Valley UU Fellowship
The Boulder Valley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship is a liberal religious congregation dedicated to bringing love and reason to life and building a just and compassionate world. We provide a welcome to spiritual seekers, and a place for people to nurture their spirits and to go out and make a difference in the world. We are a mid-sized church with a solid base of energetic and generous members augmented by active visitors, and our membership is growing.

As a general policy, employment by the Fellowship is not open to members of the congregation, except in unusual circumstances. Members of an employee’s family may be considered for employment; however, relatives may not supervise one another. “Family” is defined as a spouse, life partner, parent, sibling, child, grandparent, or grandchild or in-laws.

Location
1241 Ceres Drive, Lafayette, CO 80026, United States