The Conference is committed to a policy of equal treatment for everyone. Such treatment will be given regardless of age, race, color, sex, sexual orientation, religious creed, national origin, ancestry, disability, medical condition, or marital status.
The Conference will make every effort to ensure that actions affecting employment are administered fairly and in the spirit of equal opportunity employment. These actions include but are not limited to hiring, placement, training, promotion, performance evaluation, compensation, fringe benefits, working conditions, special programs, transfers, leaves of absence, termination, social or recreational programs, educational reimbursement, and separations.
Employees hold the keys to our success. The Conference recognizes this and accordingly believes that direct, open communication among employees, consistent and fair personnel policies, and a creative, healthy and rewarding work environment are essential.
Ordained elders under appointment are welcomed to apply for open conference positions to which they feel called. Consistent with ¶343.3, “elders desiring an appointment extending the ministry of the United Methodist Church or change of appointment shall consult with their bishop and/or district superintendent prior to any interviews relative to such appointment.” Conference positions filled by elders generally fall under ¶344.1.a.1 as an extension ministry within the connectional structures of United Methodism.
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