Join our healing mission today!

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Serve the Cause of Christian Science in the Boston area! Join our energetic and dynamic team of dedicated Christian Scientists at the BA. Click the links below to learn more. 

Immediate Openings for…

Executive Assistant to the Director of Christian Science Nurses Training
We are seeking an accomplished administrative professional who can handle with ease a wide range of activities for the Christian Science Nurses Training Department and its Director
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Christian Science nurses and Visiting Christian Science nurses
Be a part of our vibrant, healing ministry of Christian Science nursing in greater Boston and beyond. We’re expanding our staff and welcome inquiries from Journal-listed Christian Science Nurses.
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Reception/Night Security
(Immediate opening – full or part-time; hours 10pm – 8am)
Stand watch for our peaceful refuge. Express qualities that represent and support Christian Science nursing and healing in all contacts. Patrol buildings and grounds to help maintain security of our campus.
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Landscaping & Maintenance Worker
An opportunity awaits to do landscaping and maintenance for our beautiful building and 24-acre grounds at Chestnut Hill, MA, all year around!
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Development Officer
Immediate opening:
Develop donor relationships to fund and advance the healing ministry of Chestnut Hill Benevolent Association. Experience the joy of working in support of Christian Science nursing!
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More job opportunities at the BA 

2 Responses to Join our healing mission today!

  1. Dave Horn says:

    So grateful the BA is still on upward wing. I volunteered at the CSBA back when Miss LaBarr was administrator and Anne Kennedy was Superintendent. Even while working at CSPS, I always felt the most scientific work was done on Single Tree Hill. It was a joy to take patients outside for rides in wheelchairs in nice weather. And one afternoon (aa few days after my cat had kittens) I brought one in the pocket of my suit coat and revealed it at the nurses’ station. They let me take it into several patients’ rooms, and they were all THRILLED to hold a baby kitten with his eyes barely open. Maybe the BA could use a house cat today?

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