Careers and Callings in Unitarian Universalism
History of UUA Task Forces (2000-2016) on Misconduct and Sexual Health, and Institutional Response a Collegial Letter in Response to the 2016 Berry Street Lecture at the Unitarian Universalist Ministers Association Ministry Days, Columbus, OH
Report on the Economic Sustainability of Ministries Summit convened in St. Louis MO, June 3-5, 2015.
Interested in working for Unitarian Universalism or finding and supporting religious professionals? Your search begins here.
The Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) Office of Human Resources is responsible for benefits administration, compensation, employee relations, employment and equal employment opportunity, performance management, policies and procedures, and training and professional development for the UUA's national staff.
- Look for job openings in Unitarian Universalism including internships and volunteer positions.
Professionals in Ministries and Faith Development
The UUA serves Unitarian Universalism by creating healthy, transformative, multigenerational, and diverse ministries and religious education.
- Ministers (including Ministerial Transitions and Military Chaplaincy)
- Music Leaders
- Religious Educators (including Religious Educator Transitions)
The Professional Development and Support page includes a philosophy of staff development, general resources for developing staff and teams, and links to additional resources for specific professional areas.
Benefits and Compensation
Visit our Benefits and Compensation page for information regarding benefit plans for congregational employees (including retirement, health insurance, life insurance, dental insurance, and disability insurance) or salary and compensation guidelines for ministers and other religious professionals.
- Questions may be directed to our Office of Church Staff Finances.