Center for Youth Ministry Training

Resource Coordinator

Center for Youth Ministry Training


Job Summary

Theology Together educates teenagers and youth workers together to engage in theological reflection, spiritual practice, vital service, and vocational discernment, producing reflective action embedded in the fabric of youth ministry in all its contexts.   Theology Together is an experience-driven paradigm for youth ministry that positions teens as theologians. The power of youth as theologians leads to innovative, relevant, and growth-minded youth ministries because youth have the space to enter into robust theological dialogues. We help you enter into this paradigm through a robust set of tools—curriculum, training, events, and resources. Theology Together was launched in 2013 when the Center for Youth Ministry Training (CYMT) received a $240,000 grant from the Lilly Endowment, Inc. In 2020, the Lilly Endowment provided a second grant to expand the scope of Theology Together.  The Lab has engaged over 1200 adults and teenagers across the country in our Wow Theological Reflection process.

The Center for Youth Ministry Training equips leaders and communities of faith to develop innovative, effective, and theologically informed ministries so youth may experience the love and grace of Jesus Christ, leading to identity and purpose. The CYMT accomplishes this mission through three primary initiatives: the Graduate Residency in Youth Ministry in partnership with Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary; Theology Together; and the Innovation Laboratory. CYMT was created in 2006.

CYMT knows that diversity in race, theology and experiences shapes communities of faith and creates unique contexts for ministry. That’s why we’re actively and intentionally prioritizing diversity of all forms among our staff, residents and ministry partners. We are still learning and growing, but if you share our passion and love for young people, you will find welcome at CYMT.

Resource Coordinator Objective:  To oversee the development of resources associated with the Theology Together program. To provide resource direction and enact implementation strategies that create resources for the CYMT community, larger youth ministry community, and communities of faith.

Supervision: The Resource Coordinator will report to the Theology Together Director

Job Responsibilities

Theology Together Resources:

  • Under the direction of the Theology Together (TT) Director, ensures that grant goals associated with resource development and distribution are achieved.
    • Work with TT Design Team to create 16 TT lessons annually by managing:
      • Project Timelines
      • Author agreements and compensation
      • Editorial work
      • Design and layout arrangements
      • Collaboration with Marketing Team
      • Distribution methods
    • Work with TT Director and CSM to develop summer curriculum
    • Work with TT Director to provide curriculum support for grant prototypes and learning events.

CYMT Resources:

  • Create and manage a content production calendar for resourcing CYMT and the youth ministry community through the following but not limited to: online content and printed resources with the goal of two monthly resource pieces.
  • Research and develop additional models of effective content delivery, for example:  modules and podcasts.
  • Create and manage systems for resource content production including:
    • Project Timelines
    • Author agreements and compensation
    • Editorial work
    • Design and layout arrangements
    • Collaboration with Marketing Team
    • Distribution methods
  • Recruit, develop, and manage a team of authors primarily composed of (but not limited to) CYMT Alumni who produce resources and content 


  • 3+ years of church or non-profit ministry experience
  • Experience writing and developing curriculum and resources
  • Proven relational, administrative, and logistical skills
  • Strong written communications skills
  • Demonstrated praxis of Practical Theology
  • Demonstrated ability to manage projects 
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively with diverse communities (racially, ecumenically, geographically, etc.)

Additional Information


  • Health insurance
  • Flexible work hours
  • Remote work possibility
  • Pension Cash Benefit
  • Eligible for a replenishment plan after 1 year of full time service

How to Apply

Interested candidates should apply at where you will also be required to upload a cover letter and resume.


  • Date Posted: August 16, 2021
  • Type: Full-Time
  • Job Function: Educator
  • Service Area: Children / Youth
  • Start Date: 10/01/2021
  • Working Hours: 40hrs/wk, flexible schedule