The CCCAS has employment opportunities available for anyone who has a passion for doing God’s work. Our mission partners have also requested that we make known vacancies they need to fill so that member churches are given the opportunity to apply first. View the list below to see all opportunities that are available. Make sure to check back frequently as this list will be updated every time vacancies become available. If there are any employment opportunities you are interested in, contact the Office of the CCCAS General Secretary for more info (GenSec@efkasonline.org).
updated August 9, 2021
Duties include: greeting and welcoming visitors to the CCCAS Main Office and directing them appropriately, answer incoming telephone calls, multitasking, perform clerical work and data entry. Closing date: until filled
Duties include: assisting and doing administrative tasks in the Office of the Treasurer, which includes clerical work and data entry, filing receipts and invoices, etc. Must possess knowledge of Microsoft Office and 2 years experience of working in an office environment. Closing date: August 1, 2021
Duties include: assisting the Treasurer and Assistant Treasurer in accounting work, processing paper checks and bank deposits, preparing financial reports, etc. Must possess knowledge of Microsoft Office and 2 years experience of working in an a finance environment. Closing date: August 1, 2021
Duties include: working in a team environment with the Director of the Office of Christian Education (Ofisa o Aoaoga Kerisiano) in creating and devising educational programs for the Sunday School and Youth groups; must be bilingual in both Samoan and English, must possess knowledge of Microsoft Office and word processing. Closing date: August 1, 2021
Duties include: Working with the Chief Editor in producing the “Lamepa” – the bimonthly newsletter of the CCCAS, and the “Tusi Faitau Aso;” must be bilingual in both Samoan and English, and translating from one language into the other in writing; must possess knowledge of Microsoft Office and word processing. Closing date: August 1, 2021
Duties include: provide basic maintenance work at the CCCAS Main Office/Gym; heavy lifting required; must possess basic knowledge of carpentry, plumbing, and other basic skills necessary for maintenance; must be willing to work after hours. Closing date: August 16, 2021
If you have a passion for science and a gift for inspiring young minds, Kanana Fou High School needs you. Must have a solid understanding of the territorial curriculum standards and must also develop engaging and innovative lessons that allow our students to grow academically, socially and emotionally. The ideal candidate also believes in collaboration with other colleagues and promotes understanding and communication in a diverse learning and cultural environment. An AA/BA degree or equivalent and 2 years of teaching experience is required. Closing date: August 16, 2021
Kanana Fou High School is in need of a passionate, faith-driven, God-loving teacher to teach high school students the one subject that sets Kanana Fou apart from all other high schools in American Samoa – Christian living. The ideal candidate must have a background in theological/christian education, dedicated to educating high school students in the principles and values of Christian living, and have a strong sense of what it means to live as a Christian in today’s world. Closing date: August 16, 2021
KFHS is looking for a teacher who is proficient in teaching high school level English. A BA degree/equivalent and 2 years of teaching experience at high school level is a must. Closing date: until filled
KFHS is looking for a teacher who is proficient in teaching high school level mathematics, which ranges from general math to calculus. The teacher must be able to relate mathematical concepts and inspire students to learn. A BA degree/equivalent and 2 years of teaching experience at high school level is a must. Closing date: August 16, 2021
KFHS is looking for a knowledgeable computer teacher who can teach high school students the basic use of computers, programming/software, and typing skills. Knowledge of current technologies associated with computers is a must. Certification and years of experience is a must. Closing date: August 16, 2021
KFHS is in need of a secretary for the high school office. Basic clerical and computer skills are required. Responsible for answering phone calls, greeting and helping visitors, and providing clerical/administrative support for the Principal and teachers. Closing date: August 16, 2021
KFHS is looking for a high school teacher who has a strong knowledge of accounting principles and policies, a solid understanding of financial accounting and the details of the accounting process, knowledge about various subjects such as Accounting, Finance, Economics and Commerce. 2 years high school teaching experience and a BA degree/equivalent is a must. Closing date: until filled
Must be knowledgeable in the Samoan Language and Culture and must able to relate this knowledge to high school students. Must have at least 2 years of experience teaching Samoan language and culture. Closing date: until filled
Kanana Fou Theological Seminary is looking for a full time librarian. Must be knowledgeable in the library cataloguing system, both digital and manual, and have at least 2 years of experience in librarian work. Must be willing to work at night from 6:00pm-10:00pm. Closing date: until filled
Duties include: Assisting the President and Faculty in administrative work, which includes clerical work, answering phones, making copies, preparing and logging time sheets, etc. Must be knowledgeable in using Microsoft Office. Closing date: until filled
The Council for World Mission, an ecumenical partner of the CCCAS, is seeking an inspirational, ecumenical and experienced General Secretary (Chief Executive Officer) with exceptional interpersonal and communication skills and cross-cultural agility to lead this global organisation in deepening partnership with its stakeholders and living out its vision of fullness of life, through Christ, for all creation. The General Secretary will lead the management team to align strategy with mission and to develop and implement programme and action plans to further the mission. For more information about this position, click here. Deadline: October 9, 2020
The Pacific Conference of Churches is looking for a suitable and qualified young person (between 21 and 30yrs) to be the Ecumenical Enabler for its Youth Engagement programme starting in August, 2020 for 3 years. The role includes the coordination of the Pacific Ecumenical Youth Council, facilitation of the Young Ecumenists of the Pacific Fellowship and mobilisation of young Pacific Island Christians on issues affecting youth in the region. For more information, click here.
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