The Board of Pensions is a nonprofit agency of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), the largest Presbyterian denomination in the United States. We administer benefits for PC(USA) congregations, mid councils, and agencies as well as affiliated employers. We also provide assistance programs and educational opportunities. The investments we manage exceed $9.5 billion.
Interested in joining the Board of Pensions? We regularly seek new talent in a variety of skill areas.
Don't see a current job opening that matches your skills? We would still like to hear from you.
Candidates from Presbyterian communities in the global south and other historic Presbyterian Communities of Color, preferably with theological training and fluency in languages other than English, are encouraged to apply.
Ours is a culture of innovation by necessity. We support the PC(USA) by promoting the spiritual, health, financial, and vocational well-being of ministers and employees. As the Church and the culture around it undergo change, we continually assess the needs of those we serve and develop new products to meet those needs.
The PC(USA) is committed to engaging the entire Church in becoming inclusive of diverse racial, ethnic, cultural, and language groups. As an agency of the Church, we share in and align with its values. Our staff is diverse in gender, ethnicity, religious beliefs, sexual orientation, and generation, reflecting the community around us. Our different perspectives foster creativity, and mutual respect enables us to execute the ideas that creativity generates.
We have a competitive benefits package that includes medical, dental, a defined benefit pension plan, and a 403(b)(9) retirement savings plan. Professional training and development are provided; excellence and achievement, encouraged and rewarded. We have opportunities for community service. And our dress code? Business casual.
The Board of Pensions was honored by the Philadelphia Business Journal as a 2018 Best Places to Work.
The Reverend Dr. Douglas Portz talks about finding a rewarding ministry with the Board of Pensions, helping those who work in the Church on their journey toward emotional, spiritual, and financial health.
In her role as Church Consultant for the Board of Pensions, Martha Reisner draws on her past work experiences and service to the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) to help strengthen individual churches.