Employment Opportunities

Internal Employment Opportunities

Want to serve the Missio student body? Below are the internal positions currently available at Missio Seminary. CLICK HERE to download an application form. Submit to careers@missio.edu.

Missio Seminary has a policy of providing equal opportunity to its employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, gender, age, disability, or national or ethnic origin.

Admissions Recruiter/Counselor

Missio Seminary has an immediate opening for a part-time Admissions Recruiter/Counselor.

General Accountant

Missio Seminary has an immediate opening for a General Accountant in the Business Office

Student Services Coordinator

Missio Seminary has an immediate opening for a Student Services Coordinator

Technology Teaching Assistants

Missio Seminary has immediate openings for Part-Time Technology Teaching Assistants (TTAs)

Missio Ambassador

Missio Seminary is seeking an ambassador to represent the seminary in our alumni and church networks.

Applicants should e-mail their resume and letter of interest to:

Missio Seminary
HR Office

Volunteer Opportunities

We are always looking for volunteers to serve at Missio Seminary.

Contact our HR Office directly if you are interesting in serving.

External Opportunities

Have a job opening you'd like to have posted here? Email a brief description of the opening and instructions for how to apply to careers@missio.edu. (Missio is not responsible for monitoring whether employment opportunities have been filled.)

Job Opportunities Posted in June

Every Good Gift, a job training ministry for young single mothers from generational poverty, has an opening for a Child Care Leader. The position involves working with volunteers and providing child care for the children of EGG employees. This is a 16-hour per week position at our Kensington location. Candidates should have a basic understanding of child development, experience working with babies, toddlers, and young children, concern for young women in need, and deep Christian faith. To learn more about Every Good Gift visit www.everygoodgift.org. If interested, submit your resume to jillpage@everygoodgift.org

Liberti Church Main Line has a current opening for a Family Ministry Pastoral Resident

Purpose of Position: To lead, interact, teach, and influence the families of Liberti Church  Main Line so they can develop an authentic faith in Jesus Christ by connecting relationally with parents and kids, building a culture of discipleship, and creating a safe environment for kids that cultivates spiritual, emotional, and social growth.


Develop and shepherd the Children’s ministry to accomplish the mission and vision of Liberti Church Main Line by:

  • Train and recruit volunteers with the support of the Lead Pastor and Kid’s ministry coordinators
  • Work with volunteer coordinators to make sure children’s ministry is running smoothly
  • Research, plan, review, and implement the Liberti Kids curriculum.
  • Regularly meet with volunteers to help support and receive feedback for cultivating a fruitful children’s ministry.
  • Make sure supplies are stocked and reordered when necessary.
  • Review children’s ministry policies are up to date and all volunteers are aware of the policies and best practices for children’s ministry.
  • Working together with parents, staff, and the consistory (1) to develop a comprehensive Christian Education program for Liberti Kids and (2) to create clear pathways for children to be baptized, make professions of faith, and begin celebrating the Lord’s Supper.

Other Duties

  • Meet with the Lead Pastor weekly to discuss ministry, classes, and life.
  • Participate in consistory and congregation meetings.
  • Preach periodically (4-6 times/year).
  • Lead the worship liturgy on a regular basis (once a month).
  • Lead Children’s Sunday School on a regular basis.
  • Help run and organize other volunteer teams on Sunday mornings such as the set-up/tear-down team.
  • Assist the Lead Pastor in other duties as assigned.

To Apply:

Please submit your resume to or contact:

Matthew Harmon
Lead Pastor


“Rather, he must be hospitable, one who loves what is good, who is self-controlled, upright, holy and disciplined. He must hold firmly to the trustworthy message as it has been taught, so that he can encourage others by sound doctrine and refute those who oppose it.” Titus 1: 8-9  

 Background Requirements:

  • A committed and maturing follower of Jesus Christ
  • A love for youth and a passion for discipleship, evangelism and outreach
  • Be a strong communicator of biblical and theological truths
  • An undergraduate degree is preferred, but not required, that focuses on biblical theology, ministry, education, child development, social services
  • Self-motivated, as well as a team player
  • Strong organizational and communication skills
  • Ability to recruit, inspire, and supervise volunteers
  • High energy, reliable and compassionate
  • Demonstrate the ability to effectively work through challenging issues and struggles that youth face, while offering them biblical solutions and counsel
  • Pastoral experience not required, but a pastor’s heart is

Ministry Responsibilities:

  • Initiate and oversee the youth programs (grades 6th – 12th) implementing biblical training, worship, discipleship, leadership teams, outreach, and fellowship
  • Cultivate relationships with the youth
  • Facilitating weekly programming, activities, missions and events; coordinating the details needed to maintain an active youth ministry
  • Reach out to the unchurched youth of our community
  • Work cooperatively with and enlist the involvement and assistance of parents
  • Attend and participate in worship services, monthly Board of Christian Education meetings, and key church events (such as Baccalaureate, Candlelight Tour, Church Picnic, Fall Kickoff, Christmas Eve Service, Fall Festival, Youth Sunday, and Scholarship Sunday)
  • Communicate activities of the youth ministry to the youth group families, community and church membership, through the church crier, church bulletin announcements and social media
  • Serve under the day-to-day supervision of the Lead Pastor
  • Be directly responsible to the Church through the Board of Christian Education and the Board of Deacons
  • Provide a written annual report to the congregation and participate in a yearly performance review
  • Supportive of First Baptist Church of Woodstown’s Core Values and ministry statement (found on our church website).


This is a part-time position, for approximately 15-25 hours per week. Two to three references are requested.  Please reply on or before June 17, 2022. Please send your resume and cover letter to Pastor Tim at tim@fbcwoodstown.org


“Then Jesus came to them and said, “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me.  Therefore, go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.”  Matthew 28: 18-20

Director of Upper Elementary Children’s Ministry

The Director of Upper Elementary Christian Ministries (known as “Kids for Christ” or “KfC”) and Awana Commander of Open Door Presbyterian Church (ODPC) shall, with the Children’s Ministry (CM) department, English-speaking Congregation (EC) and Korean speaking Congregation (KC) Pastors of ODPC, minister to the upper elementary (4th through 6th grade) children, their families and Awana clubbers in harmony with the mission and vision of ODPC.

Primary Duties & Responsibilities
o The KfC Director is responsible for setting a vision and leading a team of volunteers to fulfill it, while continuing to create an effective and exciting environment for the spiritual formation and growth of Upper Elementary children and equipping and supporting parents to be the primary spiritual leaders of their household. The KfC Director must work on Sundays to lead all Sunday programming, some weekdays, and during Vacation Bible School (held for one week during the summer). The Director will also support the church in CM-wide events.
o Awana Commander shall provide leadership, training, support and oversight for the entire AWANA ministry. This includes overseeing the preparation and execution all the events related to the Awana ministry. The AWANA program primarily operates on Friday evenings.

This person will fulfill responsibilities in three areas:
A. Shepherding, Teaching & Training
o Provide leadership, training, support and shepherding to all ministry staff including Awana Directors, teachers,
teacher’s assistants, and welcome desk volunteers
o Create a sense of community within the volunteer staff by building relationships
o Use appropriate child development knowledge to best meet the needs of KfC children’s and Awana Clubbers’
spiritual and developmental growth
o Help children connect with one another and build relationships
o Develop collaborative relationships with parents
o Provide parents with support regarding child development and/or discipline needs, when needed
o Provide necessary support to families to assist in the spiritual nurture of children at home
an open door to a life changing grace
B. Administration & Communication
o Recruit, train and support volunteer staff
o Facilitate weekly communication with parents regarding lesson/activities
o Serve as communication liaison between CM Pastor, parents, and volunteers
o Communicate with Admin Staff when their support is needed
o Maintain KfC and Awana’s rosters and children’s information in the church-wide database
o Organize and process all financial paperwork; create and manage annual budget; reimbursement requests (Follow church policy and procedures in expenditures and submitting reimbursement requests)
o Advocate on behalf of KfC and Awana to other staff and church leaders as appropriate
o Develop a relationship with the Ministry Deacon to ensure maximum support
o Review and implement child protection policies/practices
o Order curriculum and necessary ministry supplies/materials
o Other duties, as assigned
C. Collaboration with Ministry Staff
o Together with the other CM Directors, plan all CM-wide programming including, but not limited to, Teacher’s
Training, Passion Week/Good Friday, VBS, Fall Festival, and Christmas Celebration
o In coordination with the Youth Group pastors, support and execute the annual Jr. High summer retreat in which
graduating 6th grade children attend
o Initiate, lead and support the Awana staff in planning all programs and events (Teacher’s training, Back to Club Night, Bible Hero Night, Awana Store, Bible Knowledge Contest, Awards Ceremony, etc.)

Weekly Responsibilities
o Prepare and give the message every Sunday (or three times a month when there is an Assistant Director)
o Prepare and coordinate logistics of Awana Friday gathering, Sunday service and Bible Study (including praise songs, lesson plans, slide presentations, etc.)
o Manage all weekly ministry matters including, but not limited to, praise team practices, staff scheduling, recruiting substitutes, etc.
o Organize and prepare weekly ministry reports and represent it to CM Pastor
o The Director of KfC and Awana Commander is accountable to the CM Pastor and CE Elders

What Are We Looking For?
o Born-again Christian who demonstrates an active and growing walk with Jesus in their life
o Feels called by God to minister to Upper Elementary children
o Proactive with strong administrative and organizational skills
o Pastoral preaching experience with children
o Ability to build, lead and shepherd volunteer teams
o Excellent written and oral communication and interpersonal skills
o Teammate, who builds positive relationships, demonstrates grace among volunteer staff and earns trust with co-laborers
o Problem solving skills to solve problems effectively and creatively while maintaining a high level of flexibility, grace, and integrity
o Commitment to the authority of Scripture and to living out Jesus’ Great Commission
o Competency with basic computer software (Excel, Word, etc.), and the capacity to learn new software
o Minimum two-year commitment

FAX: 703-657-0342
EMAIL: jobsCM@odpcec.org (Subject Line: KfC Director & Awana Commander)
Open Door Presbyterian Church
2999 Centreville Road
Herndon, Virginia 20171

Student Ministry Pastor – Job Description


Church of the Saviour is a non-denominational Christ-centered church of approximately 1,200 people in the Philadelphia suburb of Wayne, Pennsylvania. We are called by Jesus Christ to engage young people in our community (and beyond) to the glory of God. We take the Great Commission and the Great Commandment seriously (we actively support local outreach and global missions). We have personally experienced the Good News of Jesus Christ and now count it both a blessed privilege and responsibility to be ministers of reconciliation to a lost and hurting world. We depend on the Holy Spirit to enable and empower us to fulfill God’s plan for our lives and our church. We are certain that Christ is supreme in all things and we know we are most fully alive and fulfilled when we are glorifying the Lord most fully.


The Student Ministry Pastor, alongside the Student Ministry Co-Director, will provide spiritual leadership to teens and college students by reflecting personally, and expressing relationally, God’s love in a dynamic, loving, Bible-based student ministry setting. As a co-leader of the Student Ministry Team (SMT), this position will also work closely with parents, student ministry staff, volunteers, and student leaders to create a welcoming environment where young people will flourish spiritually. As a member of church staff, the Student Ministry Pastor will work alongside fellow staff members to pursue the church’s vision, in keeping with our mission, discipleship process, culture and values.


The Student Ministry Pastor is responsible for co-leading, developing, and implementing, a middle (6-8), high school (9-12), and college ministry that purposely guides all students toward a growing relationship with Jesus Christ. He will co-shepherd and oversee student ministry volunteers, student leaders, and students involved in the ministry.


The Student Ministry Team (i.e., Co-Director and Pastor/Co-Director), reports directly to the Executive Pastor of Ministries. The position requires 45-55 hours per week on average, and will include but is not limited to, the following essential job functions:


Primary Responsibilities

  • Shepherd students in grades 6-8, grades 9-12, and those in college in the context of the COS’s stated mission (To glorify God by making disciples of Jesus Christ in Wayne and beyond) and alignment with the church-wide discipleship process to Love God, Love Others, and Serve the World.
    • Plan and lead weekly Sunday and mid-week meetings, mission trips, retreats, and other special events
    • Provide regular one-on-one and small group discipleship with students
    • Prepare and teach gospel-centered lessons to a diverse audience that are biblical and relevant
    • Share the gospel with students who do not know Jesus—model this to all as a life-passion
    • Raise up student leaders within the ministry
  • Provide leadership for the Student Ministry Team (SMT) of adult volunteers who work with youth and college students
    • Recruit, connect with, develop/coach/train, and care for servant leaders
    • Plan and lead regular SMT and student leader planning and developing gatherings (3-4 times a month). We put a high priority on training our volunteer and student leaders!
    • Conduct background checks on all individuals working with students
  • Minister to families who have teenagers &/or college students in conjunction with our Family Pastor
    • Build relationships with parents and counsel as needed
    • Provide parenting resources and direction to families
    • Attend seminars on teenage and college issues
  • Minister to the local community and beyond
    • Build relationships in the community
    • Partner with parachurch college ministries (Cru, IVF, YL, FCA, etc.)
    • Partner with key people in Wayne and the surrounding communities (e.g., school officials, coaches, etc.)
    • Building a presence on the local college campus (e.g., Villanova, Eastern U., Cabrini, etc.)


  • Communicate and Coordinate
    • Communicate regularly with parents, students, and SMT volunteers via weekly email, webpage, and social media, etc. as needed
    • Work closely with staff and volunteers to ensure that the student ministry is complementing and not competing with other ministries
    • Develop long-range plans and goals and coordinate routine administrative details
    • Oversee the Student Ministry Budget with the other Co-Director
    • Delegate select tasks to ministry coordinators and volunteers as appropriate
    • Participate in hiring, shepherding, and developing summer interns
  • Partner with other church leaders and staff to create a humble, team-based environment committed to excellence which brings glory to God
  • Perform other duties as needed


Core Competencies and Values

  • A heart for God that is evidenced by proven character and a spiritual-mindedness that understands that “apart from Christ we can do nothing”
  • A person of integrity, authenticity, and transparency—marked by humility, and a servant’s heart
  • A Spirit-led believer, growing in personal sanctification and motivated to increase in fruitfulness
  • A compassionate person who seeks to empathize and understand the hearts of others
  • A servant whose love for the gospel and heart for the lost is evident to others
  • Able to model, motivate, lead, and train others in Christian maturity
  • Possesses the heart and gifts of a shepherd
  • Eager to minister in the ever-diversifying suburban Philadelphia Main Line setting
  • Collaborates well in groups: valuing people, affirming diverse gifts, and compromising appropriately
  • Demonstrates commitment to the COS vision, mission, discipleship process, values and team culture
  • Demonstrates passion for going above and beyond expectations
  • Is a leader of leaders – develops volunteers, lay leaders and student leaders effectively
  • Demonstrates humility in words and actions
  • Works well with others; gives and receives feedback constructively and resolves conflict effectively
  • Displays flexibility and adaptability; able to pivot quickly and flourish in an ever-changing environment
  • Heart for international students
  • Passion for reaching the nations and making this an integral part of the discipleship process



  • A personal and maturing relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ
  • A minimum 3-5 years of experience (5-10 years in youth ministry will put your resume on the top of the inbox)
  • Bachelor’s degree, required – M.Div. strongly preferred
  • Humble, hungry, and smart (i.e., EQ)
  • Demonstrated passion for sharing Christ with students with a proven ability to communicate biblically and relevantly with both churched and un-churched students
  • Prior experience leading and developing student and volunteer leaders
  • Proficiency with various media, including audio/video production, social media & multimedia
  • Proficiency with MS Office 365
  • Experience working in a multicultural environment, preferred
  • Agreement with all aspects of Church of the Saviour’s Statement of Faith
  • An ability and readiness to be a member of Church of the Saviour

Please send a resume and cover letter into cos@coswayne.org

Women’s Director: Position Description
The role of the Women’s Director is to provide leadership for the spiritual health and vitality of women at Covenant
Church, primarily through Women’s Community Groups. Additionally, she will play a critical role in representing women at Covenant as an executive level member of the staff. The right woman for this job will have an active and evident faith in Jesus Christ and be deeply committed to Covenant’s Mission, Vision, Values, and theological convictions.
Position Objectives:
The primary objectives of this role are to develop women in the Leadership Pipeline, lead a Women’s Council that will provide teaching, connection, relational, and intentional spiritual growth opportunities for all ages and life stages of adult women at Covenant, and participate directly in gathering and sharing wisdom about women’s needs at Covenant to our Elder Board. In addition, you would…
– Be a peer to the Adult Ministry Pastor, balancing his ministry to men with a likeminded ministry to women
and cooperating to build up ministry to all adults in Covenant and the community
– Oversee all Women’s Community Groups
– Facilitate some groups, with a primary goal of giving away leadership to developed and equipped women
– Effectively connect women to groups, whether Women’s, Young Adult, Mixed, or Married Groups (consider
the change below for this point)
– Collaborate with all staff so all women’s initiatives are “in sync” with the vision and values of the church and
the church calendar
– Promote and provide organization, evaluation, and quality control on all things pertaining to Women’s
Ministry at Covenant
– Develop a broad network of resources for women’s ministry through the PCA, local churches, and beyond
– Other duties as necessary that pertain to adult ministry at Covenant Church
This position is full time, salaried, exempt. The Women’s Director will maintain regular office hours, attend and
occasionally assist in worship services, participate in staff meetings, participate in holidays and church-wide events, and be a voice to the highest levels of leadership at Covenant while promoting other women’s voices to the same. Her direct report will be the Lead Pastor. She will serve on the Executive Leadership Team and be invited to present at the Elder Board on a regular basis, serving a critical role in gathering and sharing wisdom about women’s needs at Covenant.
Qualifications and Competencies:
Member or willing to pursue membership at Covenant Church; familiar with and largely agrees with the Westminster standard of faith; able to teach with relevance and a focus on connection and transformation; good communicator with individuals, mid-sized and large groups; desires and facilitates collaboration; possesses a sense of personal security in Christ that manifests as maturity, trustworthiness, humility, and passion; technologically competent; minimum of Bachelor’s education; ministry experience; ministry related coursework and/or seminary education strongly preferred

Please send all resumes to AndrewP@covenantdoylestown.org


West Chester Community Evangelical Church (WCCEC) is seeking a pastor to serve in the English Ministry (EM) of our congregation. The Pastor will primarily be responsible for leading and organizing an effective youth ministry, with an additional responsibility of ministry to the EM adult community. This will involve implementing fellowship, worship, biblical teaching, discipleship, and evangelism. The overall objective of the pastor is to model Christ and to make Christ-like disciples of English-speaking youth and adults, and to train and mobilize them to make disciples.
Nestled in a suburban community southwest of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, WCCEC was planted in the year 2000. It is a bi-cultural and bilingual (Chinese and English) church committed to building up the kingdom of God among first and second-generation Chinese in the western Philadelphia suburbs. The average Sunday attendance is around 200 of which 35-40 people attend the English Sunday service. A typical English Sunday service includes youth, parents of the youth, young professionals, and adults. The church currently has a Chinese Ministry Pastor, a Family Ministry Intern, and a Children’s Ministry Director. The vision of the church is “We will be a safe harbor for all who hunger for God’s peace, and a forward base for God’s kingdom on earth”. The mission of the church is “From individuals to community, from this generation to the next, we exist to bring the total reconciliation of Christ to all nations”.

The EM Pastor must be committed to furthering the mission of WCCEC in helping to develop devoted disciples of Jesus Christ. The expectation is that the pastor should preach as well as plan and execute curriculum and events in alignment with the English Ministry mission. The pastor will need to be a team player and a good communicator. It is not expected that the pastor will do everything himself, but he must be able to train and equip coworkers and delegate responsibilities.

● Preaching the gospel and biblical teaching
● Pastoral care, one-on-one discipleship, and evangelism
● Leading seekers to become believers
● Collaborating with Leadership Team in planning various initiatives and ministries
● Developing lay leaders
● Providing words and acts of comfort and encouragement to individuals
● Teaching and training youth toward a deepening, enriching faith experience
● Coordinating events with the Chinese Ministry pastor and the Children’s Ministry director
● Reviewing the ministry progress with the board and lay leaders.
● Empowering, training and equipping coworkers and delegating responsibilities effectively
● Planning sermon calendar with input from Leadership Team

● Must hold a Bachelor’s degree or higher in ministry (Master of Divinity is preferred) with experience in youth ministry.
● Must have an evangelical faith and agree with WCCEC’s Statement of Faith.
● Must exemplify obedience to the Word of God and devotion to a deep-rooted prayer life.
● Must have the ability to bridge youth with college students and young adults in the WCCEC family.
● Should have prior experience with Chinese cross-cultural ministry.
● Should have an ability to train lay leaders.
● Should enjoy connecting with people of all ages.
● Should practice hospitality frequently.
● Should have a love of learning and teaching.
● Some experience in counseling preferred.


● Share the pulpit responsibility.
● Recruit and train a ministry team of youth leaders.
● Set annual ministry goals and develop plans to achieve such goals; evaluate and report progress.
● Organize and/or lead weekly Sunday School classes and other weekly youth events.
● Oversee the annual budget for English ministries.
● Identify areas in need of change.
● Recruit, encourage, support and train coworkers.
● Define and track personal discipleship progress with all youth.
● Work with church elders and pastors to plan and pray for the vision and growth of the church.
● Address important issues which affect the whole church with the Leadership Team.
● Foster connections with the local network of pastors and churches.
● Help connect our church to other churches and Christian organizations, to increase our church’s service and engagement in the local community.


Please send your resume to English Ministry Deacon Ted McDermott <ejmcdermott@gmail.com>.

West Chester Community Evangelical Church
1601 Green Lane, West Chester, PA 19382
Tel. 610-662-1822 (cell)
Web: www.wccec.org

Director of Children and Youth Ministries
PURPOSE: The Director is responsible in leading the Children and Youth Ministries at OEPC
in connecting them to Christ, each other, and the community. We are a neighborhood church
that seeks to reach its neighbors across the street and around the world.
ACCOUNTABILITY: To Pastor, and ultimately to the Session
RELATIONSHIPS: Works closely with the Pastor, Christian Discipleship and Christian Education Ministry Teams, the Parent Advisory Team, the Church Administrator and the Church Administrative Staff.
 Develop, lead and grow the Children and Youth Ministries at OEPC.
 This is a hands-on position, responsible for scheduling, planning, conducting and
supervising children and youth group gatherings year round.
 Coordinate, enlist, resource and guide teachers/leadership participation on Sunday
morning, Mid-week programming and outreach/ mission opportunities. Supervising of
volunteers and interns.
 Support ministry teams as the liaison for children and youth.
 Facilitate parental involvement in the spiritual formation of their child’s/youth’s life.
 Manage and oversee the Children and Youth Ministry budget so it effectively and
wisely utilizes church resources and maximizes ministry opportunity.
 Comply with OEPC Child Protection Policies.
 Use Social Media and digital communications with youth/ parents that complies with
OEPC Child Protection Policies.
 Participate in staff meetings, ministry teams as required, OEPC church life and Sunday
 Submit a monthly report to Session.
 Meet with Pastor regularly for prayer and shared ministry goals and mutual
mentorship. Keep the Pastor thoroughly informed of staff accomplishments, concerns
and future plans.
 Meet with and maintain good communication with parents and Parents Advisory Team.
 Work closely with administrative staff on scheduling and advertising activities and
 Achieve significant growth in Mid-week and Sunday programs
 Divide youth group into two groups in order to facilitate age appropriate discussions.
 Engage children and youth with local missions on an annual basis.
 Plan and facilitate regular participation of children, youth and families in worship.
 Establish monthly outreach opportunities for youth to bring their friends (Hayrides,
mini-golf, retreats, lock-ins etc.)
 Profess faith in the Lord Jesus Christ, spending a consistent regular time with Him and
able to affirm the EPC’s Essentials, Mission and Vision statement of OEPC.
 Continue to grow spiritually and professionally through reading, developing
relationships with area churches, attend training opportunities, classes, conferences and
seminars as opportunity allows.
 Set a Christ-like example in words and actions for the children, youth, and families.
 Gifted in leadership.
 Strong relationally.
 Effective recruiter and team player.
 Solid organizational and event planning skills.
 Education Undergraduate degree.
 Experience Youth director/intern experience preferred
 Non-called Full-Time; Exempt
 Schedule will fluctuate and will include after school, evening and weekends to meet the
needs of ministry.
 Benefits include: Health Insurance, Vacation/PTO, 403b Retirement and Continuing
 Performance reviews will be conducted annually.
Applicants: please submit your resume to personnel@orelandpres.org for consideration

The MBC Counseling and Discipleship Ministry Director will lead our counseling efforts and oversee
discipleship initiatives in the church (adult education, small groups, women’s ministry etc.) as well as
support groups as needed (examples: Griefshare, Divorcecare, Celebrate Recovery etc.) to help the MBC
church body be supported and to mature in their faith.
Salary Range: TBD
Pastoral Counseling and Care (10 hours)
 Maintain regular open hours for counseling as needed.
 Cultivate individual relationships with church members for the purpose of one on one
discipleship and mentoring
 Be point person for counseling referrals to therapists and other community resources.
 Assist in pastoral care duties, such as hospital visits and phone calling.
Adult Education (5 Hours) – Report to Lead Pastor of Spiritual Formation and Care
 Help to oversee adult education ministry.
 Develop annual plan and establish curriculum (e.g. financial peace, spiritual gifts, seeker, new believer,
theology courses) for the ministry on a trimester basis.
 Develop pathway so a higher percentage of people become actively involved in the ministry.
 Train, encourage and equip existing and new teachers.
 Promote adult education to ensure MBC is aware of the ministry, its purpose and how to get
Small Groups (5 Hours) – Report to Lead Pastor of Spiritual Formation and Care
 Help to oversee the small group ministry providing support and curriculum.
 Develop small group multiplying strategy so that more groups are launched.
 Evaluate and continually improve the effectiveness of the small group ministry.
 Recruit, train and equip existing and new small group leaders.
 Promote small groups to ensure MBC is aware of the ministry, its purpose and how to get connected.
Support Groups (10 Hours) – Report to Lead Pastor of Spiritual Formation and Care
 Oversee other support groups as needed.
 Foster community and spiritual growth and supportive environments.
 Evaluate and continually improve the effectiveness of support groups ministry.
 Recruit, train and equip existing leaders.
 Promote support groups ministry accordingly
General Responsibilities (10 Hours) – Report to Lead Pastor of Spiritual Formation and Care
 Administrative tasks of overseeing attendance records for groups and support needs for
ministry oversight
 Participate in weekly staff meeting
 Support Lead Pastor in the overall church vision, mission.
 Support Lead Pastor in the improvement of a clear overall spiritual formation philosophy of
 Devout personal faith in Christ, is required
 Adherence to MBC articles of Faith is required.
 Pastoral or Professional Counseling license (completed or in progress) or other comparable certificate
 1-2 years of prior experience in a similar ministry context is preferred.
 Master’s level theological and counseling training from accredited bible college or seminary is preferred.
 Ministry of the gospel credential through license or ordination by evangelical institution is preferred.
 The Counseling and Discipleship Ministry Director will work closely with and report to the MBC Lead
Pastor of Spiritual Formation and Care

Interested candidates should forward a resume and any questions to the Pastoral Leadership Team at (plt@millingtonbaptist.org).

Spiritual Counselor, Lehigh Valley Hospice

Provides Spiritual Care to terminally ill patients and families and assesses and provides bereavement support to families and caregivers.  Acts as a liaison between the family, patient, clergy, and the community. You will work for Lehigh Valley Health Network serving in a regional area made up of 2 of 9 counties.  Monday through Friday, 8 am – 4:30 pm.

Master’s Degree in Divinity, Counseling or related field.  Must be willing to apply to officiate weddings and funerals, or be ordained and able to do so.

Contact Arielle Arbushites, Manager of Support Services at Arielle_L.Arbushites@lvhn.org

Job Opportunities Posted in May

Gracepoint Church
Part Time / Praise and Worship Leader

About Our Church: Gracepoint is a PCA church located outside of Philadelphia and in Glenside, PA.
Gracepoint Church exists to glorify God by equipping His people with the gospel to build the Kingdom
in the Greater Philadelphia area and beyond.
We are currently seeking a part-time Praise and Worship Leader to join our staff and nurture our
current worship ministry. We are looking for someone who is passionate about leading God’s people
in worship and can oversee and coordinate all the details of an in-person and virtual worship service.
We are committed to gospel-centered, celebrative, contemporary and classic Christian (hymns)
worship. This position reports to the Senior Pastor and collaborates with church staff and elders.

Role & Responsibilities:
1. Responsible for praise and worship on Sundays, holidays and other gatherings (such as retreats)
as necessary.
2. Prepare for and lead Sunday morning worship rehearsals and other rehearsals as needed.
3. Create the weekly worship set list and overall worship service experience.
4. Exercise spiritual and theological oversight of researching and selecting music.
5. Oversee the worship team, including recruiting and equipping musicians and technical support for
worship services.
6. Maintenance of all musical and technical equipment.
7. Supervise Sunday morning set-up and tear-down of worship and tech in rented facility.
8. Manage the volunteer A/V team and livestream/sermon posting of Sunday worship service.

Skills & Attributes:
1. Strong musical skills, vocally and instrumentally, necessary to lead worship.
2. Humility, flexibility, and faithfulness to serve God and His church as needed.
3. Team player who can encourage, develop, and delegate to volunteers and work with different staff
members to serve the congregation.
4. Strong leadership ability with administrative and organizational skills.
5. Shepherd’s heart that is willing to grow and learn
6. Relevant undergraduate/graduate degrees are appreciated but not required.

1. Stipend or salary commensurate with experience
2. Vacation time from all ministry duties
Application Requirements:
1. Resume
2. Brief statement of your Philosophy of ministry
3. Audio or video sample

Please send completed application packet to: graceptchurch@gmail.com

Gracepoint Church
Part Time / Intern

About Our Church: Gracepoint is a PCA church located outside of Philadelphia and in Glenside,
PA. Gracepoint Church exists to glorify God by equipping His people with the gospel to build the
Kingdom in the Greater Philadelphia area and beyond.
We are currently seeking a part-time (10-20 hours/week) staff member whose primary role is to
oversee children’s and youth education but also to assist and shadow the pastor/staff to help carry
out the vision of Gracepoint. This position is intended to nurture the candidate for full time ministry
and includes responsibilities that would provide the experience to potentially church plant.
Depending on the candidate, the roles and responsibilities can be scaled to fit the needs/hours of
the individual. This position reports to the Senior Pastor and collaborates with church staff and

Roles & Responsibilities:
1. Primary role is to serve the children and youth students which includes but is not limited to:
a. Nurture and education of the children and youth students
b. Serving as point of contact for youth group (approximately 15 students) and their parents
c. Counsel, shepherd, mobilize and engage relationally with youth students
d. Oversee and facilitate Sunday meetings/sermon discussion for youth students
e. Organize youth events (e.g. retreats, fellowship outings etc.)
f. Lead youth communicants classes
g. Build and support a team of youth volunteers
2. Serve the church by shadowing and assisting the pastor/staff in:
a. Session meetings and staff/leadership meetings
b. Presiding, preaching, teaching, and administering the sacraments as needed
c. Pastoral care, visitations, and counseling as needed
d. Church wide events (e.g. Mission Trips, Retreats, Prayer Meetings, Podcasts, Devotionals,
Congregational Mtg, etc.) as needed
e. Other worship/church ceremonies (e.g. weddings, funerals, baptisms, etc.) as needed
f. Administrative support (e.g. emails, phone calls, presbytery meetings, vision planning, etc.)

Education & Qualifications:
1. Student or graduate from an accredited seminary
2. Gospel centered teaching, preaching, and philosophy of ministry
3. Teachable heart that is for the next generation

Skills & Attributes:
1. Committed to the purpose and core values of Gracepoint
2. Humility, flexibility, and faithfulness to serve God and His church
3. Team player who can work with different staff members to serve a diverse congregation
4. Self-initiating, proactive, and diligent worker with a shepherd’s heart
5. Ability to lead worship (preferred but not required)

1. Stipend or Salary commensurate with experience
2. Vacation time from all ministry duties

Application Requirements:
1. Resume
2. Brief statement of calling into ministry
3. Video or audio file of sermon
4. Three ministry references
Please send the completed application packet to: graceptchurch@gmail.com

Employer Name: Princeton Christian Fellowship
City: Princeton
State: New Jersey
Contact Name: Chris Sallade
Contact Information (Email and/or Phone Number): pcfjob@gmail.com

Employer Description: Princeton Christian Fellowship (PCF) was founded in 1931 as a nondenominational Christian ministry at Princeton University.  We are a University-recognized student organization that exists on campus under the Office of Religious Life. PCF is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, funded by the gifts and generosity of alumni and friends who support our mission. From the outset, PCF’s stated mission was and continues to be “to promote among its members a deepening knowledge of Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior (Philippians 3:10) and to enable them through yielded lives to make him known on the University campus (Acts 1:8).”

Job Title: Female Campus Ministry Staff
Hours: (Full Time/Part Time): 40+ (Full time)
Job Description: This position is to be filled by a qualified woman capable of ministering to students in an academically rigorous setting. This individual will also have experience and capabilities to minister to current students who are in the racial/ethnic minority on campus. (For most recent campus demographics, see <HERE>) This individual would be mature in their faith, have a heart and passion for interpersonal ministry with students, and be an eager team-player on a dynamic, experienced staff team.  This individual would minister to Christian and non-Christian students, teach the Scriptures in small and large group settings, disciple and mentor individual students, oversee student-led teams and social events, and practice hospitality to encourage students and promote community.

Competitive compensation and benefits offered. This is a full-time paid position. Salary and benefits will not be dependent on the amount of financial support individuals are able to raise; however, candidates hired by PCF will be expected to raise financial and prayer support in consultation with the Director. Candidates should be open to serving for a minimum of 3 years in this capacity.

Expanded responsibilities and job description can be found <HERE>.

Requirements: Application (see How to Apply) and CV/Resume

How to Apply: Interested applicants should complete the “PCF Applicant Interest Form” found <HERE>.

Join us as we prepare to meet the challenges of our second century. Established in 1925, the historic Community Church of East Williston is a Mainline, Interdenominational Protestant Church serving the needs of persons from all backgrounds. We have a faithful, hardworking congregational core and seek a Senior Minister who, through Christian love and action, will help us turn those with occasional attendance into members with faithful commitment. The position requires an experienced, ordained Protestant minister with youthful enthusiasm to reestablish CCEW as a “Light in the Community.” We offer a competitive salary and a beautiful manse in a verdant suburb with a highly ranked school district (top 10% in NY), 45 minutes from Manhattan via railroad.
Our ideal candidate:
• Is an ordained minister and graduate of an accredited Protestant Seminary (CCEW will facilitate ordination if necessary)
• Maintains a cheerful and enthusiastic outlook
• Preaches interesting, thoughtful, and provocative sermons relating Scripture to everyday lives.
• Fosters relationships with youth and young families
• Collaborates with lay leadership and church staff to coordinate and
conduct the ministries of the church
• Counsels congregants and committees
• Uses social media to further the goals of the church
• Considers high quality and diverse music to be a vital part of worship
• Demonstrates team building and conflict resolution skills
• Visits congregants in need
• Works to expand the influence of the church in the community
• Provides wedding support including rehearsals
• Has experience in pastoral ministry
The Pastoral Search Committee is accepting packages containing (but not limited to) your resume and online samples of your sermons. We’d like to hear about your call to ministry, your beliefs, and style of ministry.
Please email your response to: maryellen@ccew.org:
Community Church of East Williston
Pastoral Search Committee
Mary Ellen Williams, Chairperson
45 East Williston Avenue
East Williston, NY 11596

Part-time Children’s Ministry Director wanted. Depending on the growth of the ministry, opportunity for full-time position in the future is possible. The candidate will be responsible for the Children’s Ministry (cM) which includes infants-5th grade (about 80 children).

Trinity Christian Church of Greater Philadelphia (www.tccgp.org) is a bi-cultural church in suburban Philadelphia and welcomes candidates of all cultures. Candidate must have cM experience and be spiritually mature. If interested, please send a copy of resume and cover letter to office@tccgp.org. Please include “Children’s Ministry Director Search” in the subject line of your email.

Director must have a love for God and a heart for children and their families, desiring to see them grow in their relationship with Jesus. In addition to planning and implementing cM programs and events, other responsibilities include teaching, administration, recruiting and training of teachers, reaching out to families, and mentoring any interns if available. Sunday attendance is necessary. Director will work closely with other leadership and co-workers.

Job purpose
TPP deploys 1500+ volunteers across Northwest Philadelphia each year. We are looking for an organized,
networking leader to join our team to lead the question of where and how they will serve. As the Service Site
Manager s/he will grow and maintain relationships with our church partners, homeowners, children’s ministry
partners, and our nonprofit “mercy” partners. S/he will constantly be looking for new opportunities to serve by
establishing new relationships for a growing pipeline of service sites that can accommodate our increasing
numbers of volunteers. Working closely with the Trip & Intern Manager, s/he will identify, coordinate, and oversee
multiple concurrent service projects for a variety of ages, group sizes and abilities on all days that groups serve
with TPP. When groups are serving with us, the Manager will be responsible for the beginning part of the
day–ensuring that groups get up, get fed, get to their ministry sites, and manage the service sites throughout the
workday (groups typically serve from 9-3). The Manager will also take the lead of coordinating our outreach
events in partnership with our church partners. Currently these happen at least 1 per week during the Summer of
The manager will also further our mission to ‘partner with the local church’ by joining the team at one of TPP’s
Partner Churches and serve about 8-10 hours per week. As a part of the interview and onboarding process, we
will collaboratively determine the church and best area of ministry to serve in based on the manager’s gifts and
the church’s needs.
Currently, the Philadelphia Project hosts 7 “blitz weekends” throughout the year, 3-4 weeks of college alternative
spring breaks, various days of service and our flagship program, our 7-week Summer of Service. We have
partnerships with Roxborough Church, Wissahickon Church, and Church of the Atonement.
Duties and responsibilities
Service Site Manager (80%)
● Be responsible for The Philadelphia Project’s Service sites
● Network with existing and new relationships with local partner churches, homeowners, children’s
ministries, & nonprofit organizations with a view to send volunteers to support and extend their respective
● Plan ministry sites & logistics (location, time, capacity, etc.) for all groups that come to serve at TPP
throughout the year in coordination with the Service Trip Manager, the Construction Manager, and the
Church Coordinators
● Serve as lead staff person for TPP during the beginning part of the days that groups are serving
● Coordinate our outreach nights in partnership with our church partnerships
● Train and lead the Church, Kids, and Mercy ministry summer interns
● Serve on a team to plan and implement the service trip program throughout the year
● Participate in the intern recruitment process
● Recruit, coordinate, and manage site leaders (including volunteers, TPP Scholars, and interns)
● Establish ways for and manage individual volunteers to volunteer their time across our organization
● Personally solicit donations to raise achieve annual financial support goals
● Participate in staff meetings, trainings, fundraisers, and retreats
● Other duties as assigned
Partnership Church (20%)
● Serve as a part of the staff team of the partner church
● Regularly attend weekly worship
● Other duties as assigned in collaboration with the campus pastor
● Ability to maintain an active, growing relationship with Jesus Christ
● Ability to maintain a positive, teachable attitude in all things, remaining Christ-centered in life
● 5+ years of relevant experience in a ministry and/or nonprofit context
● Demonstrated Interpersonal skills to network with diverse ministries and organizations in Northwest
● Demonstrated proficiency in planning and coordinating activities and volunteers
● Extremely strong communication skills to a wide range of audiences
● Ability to work independently with minimal guidance and as part of a team
● College graduate in a relevant field, or equivalent experience
● Valid driver’s license and ability to travel to and from various ministry sites across Northwest Philadelphia
● At least one-year urban ministry experience, a plus
About The Philadelphia Project
The Philadelphia Project works to see churches across our region offering hope and service. We partner with the
local church, serve our most vulnerable neighbors, and provide transformative service opportunities.
Compensation & How To Apply
Anticipated compensation $18-$22/hr DOE. Defined contribution to health, dental, vision insurance. 401k
available. Partial support raising will be required.
To apply, send your resume, cover letter, and statement of faith to jobs@thephillyproject.org with “Service Site
Manager” in the subject line.
Position open until filled, with preference given to candidates who can begin immediately

Job purpose
TPP Construction Ministries’ (TCM) Construction Assistant repairs the homes of the elderly,
poor, single-parents, and disabled to make the homes safer, warmer, and drier. TCM Provides
construction services to The Philadelphia Project (TPP). During TPP’s Summer of Service, we host
Youth Group volunteers from local and regional churches for 7 weeks to serve in our home repair
program. The Construction Assistant will help manage 1-3 home repair projects that will be
completed by teams of Youth volunteers throughout the summer. The role is scheduled to begin
on June 13, 2022 and would conclude during the week of August 8-12, 2022.
Duties and responsibilities
● Provide consistent and effective execution of construction projects including
○ Up-to-date plans and documentation relating to all construction projects
○ Necessary tools and equipment are present and in working condition on all sites
○ Procuring and organizing all necessary supplies and materials
○ Execute construction plans
● Establish safe and productive worksites
● Guide volunteers in worksite tasks
● Teach unskilled volunteers how to perform a wide range of construction tasks
● Excited by the opportunity to live out your Christian faith serving through home repair
● Demonstrated experience in the construction trades
● Ability to manage multiple projects, budgets and sites
● Effective and strong communication skills (orally and written)
● Ability to multi-task and work at a quick pace
● Ability to use a computer and email
● Valid driver’s license and vehicle to access different home repair sites in Northwest Philadelphia
● OSHA 15 Safety training certificate, preferred
Working conditions, Compensation, & How to Apply
Working hours will generally be from 8-5 each weekday in Northwest Philadelphia. Be able to lift
50-75 lbs. Be able to walk, squat/kneel, bend, see, hear, speak
Anticipated Compensation $16-$20/hr
Send cover letter and resume to jobs@thephillyproject.org with “Construction Assistant” as the
subject line.
About TPP Construction Ministries & The Philadelphia Project
TPP Construction Ministries is a non-profit organization that combats community deterioration
by providing home repair construction services.
The Philadelphia Project works to see churches across our region offering hope and service. TPP
partners with the local church, serves our most vulnerable neighbors, and provides
transformative service opportunities.
Both organizations work closely together as one staff to carry out the Summer of Service program
where over 700 youth from local and regional churches come to serve in our city

Job purpose
The After-School Aide works alongside the program coordinator and other staff to ensure a safe and fun
environment for each and every child who attends Atonement’s educational assistance programs. Aides are
responsible for carrying out the daily programmatic, relational, and academic elements of the program.
Duties and responsibilities
● Maintain a positive, teachable attitude in all things, remaining Christ centered in life
● Facilitate a group of students each day with their homework
● Invest in your group of students, aiming to build personal relationships with each of them and their
● Lead electives and other activities such as arts/crafts, stem, cooking or group games
● Communicate openly with students and parents regarding discipline
● Maintain a safe and clean environment and ensure that the daily cleaning responsibilities are being
executed with fidelity by all staff
● Attend all meetings, fundraisers and events associated with Atonement’s educational assistance
● Excited by the opportunity to live out your Christian faith serving children and families
● Experience working with children (K-6) , particularly in a relational and spiritual settings
● Ability to multi-task, move at a quick pace, and work on a team
● Auditory and visual ability to respond to critical incidents
● At least 18 years of age
Working conditions & how to apply
● Be able to lift 25-30 lbs. Be able to walk, see, hear, and speak
● Program Hours: 2:30PM – 6:00PM weekdays.
● Anticipated compensation: $12/hr
● Send cover letter and resume to Alena Beeman at Alena@thephillyproject.org to apply
Atonement is a place of hope where all people from all walks of life can come together as a family with a
desire to learn from God’s Word as found in the Holy Scriptures; a desire to love the Lord and one another as
Jesus commands us to do in the gospels; and finally to a desire to live in such a way that we glorify God as
being called the light of the world.
The Philadelphia Project partners with churches, serves our vulnerable neighbors, and creates transformative
service opportunities.

Senior Pastor Job Description
Fulmont Community Church

Qualifications: The Senior Pastor will be a man of proven character, qualified to preach and teach
the Word of God, as described in 1 Timothy 3:1-7 and Titus 1:5-9. He will a Master of Divinity degree
from an evangelical seminary or its equivalent, and have previous pastoral experience.
General. Responsibilities: The pastor is responsible for the overall health and direction of FCC.
In accordance with the purpose, vision, and constitution of FCC, he serves with the Leadership Team
and Ministry Leaders to accomplish the Great Commission and Great Commandment. He will lead in
implementing a strategy for outreach, making disciples, enfolding new members, worshipping the Lord
and ministry to one another in the body. ·
Specific Responsibilities:
The senior pastor will preach and teach the Word of God to prepare God’s people for works of service
and to equip laborers and leaders. The pastor shall seek to develop new leaders by mentoring, teaching,
and giving opportunities to preach and teach as appropriate.
The senior pastor will equip the body in the biblical purposes of discipleship, evangelism, worship,
fellowship, and service undergirded by a ministry of prayer. The pastor is responsible to develop, and
oversee the small group ministry, and lead by example in creating and leading a group.
The senior pastor will (1) provide oversight and direction for Sunday worship, (2) watch over the
spiritual welfare of the church, (3) administer ordinances of baptism, Lord’s Supper, marriages,
funerals. infant dedications, (4) instruct the members in true and practical Christian living, and (5)
attend local church pastors’ meetings for mutual encouragement and to connect FCC with the broader
body of Christ in our community
The senior pastor will provide direction, training, and counsel to ministry leaders, administrative
assistants, and other pastoral staff. We currently have a paid administrative assistant for 16 hours per
week and volunteer leaders over the following ministry teams: worship, children’s education, youth,
nursery, hospitality, audio/visual, building projects, Loaves & Fishes, greeting, and prayer. The pastor
shares oversight of ministry teams with members of the Leadership Team.
It is our desire to add pastoral staff in the future with the Senior Pastor setting the vision and direction
for a team ministry·.
Personal and Spiritual Qualifications: The senior pastor maintains a vital, spirit filled walk with
Jesus through daily Bible study and prayer and maintains biblical priorities within his marriage and
family. The pastor is encouraged to take two days off per week, and regular vacation times away to
set an example before the people of balanced family living.
God’s man for our church will have a love for people and exhibit the fruit of the Spirit in his
relationships within the body and local community. He will have a convincing testimony of God’s call
on his life and a vision of God’s plan for our church and community.
Compensation package:
Pastors Salary and Housing Allowance $60,000 Retirement Fund will be negotiable
Professional Expenses $2,500 per year Conference Expenses $1,000 per year
Family Health Insurance (Negotiable) $14,000 5 days of conference/continuing education
Pastor to take two days off per week 20 days of vacation provided per year

Fulmont Community Church

Our Purpose: To believe, belong, and become like Christ!

Our Vision
Believe: The Christian life is a relationship with God based on His love for us (Ephesians 2:4, 5). When we
trust in Jesus as Savior, we experience forgiveness and freedom from sin (Romans 8:1, 2). When we live
according to God’s plan, our life has meaning and purpose (Ephesians 2:8-10)
Belong: God desires all Christ followers to experience life together through worship, instruction and prayer;
and to develop relationships of caring, serving, and sharing that builds up the body of Christ (Ephesians 4:15,
16; Colossians 3:12-17).
Become: God desires every believer to become like Jesus by growing in faith and fulfilling God’s purpose in
our church, community, and world (Romans 8:29; Matthew 28:18-20).
Our Mission is to help people believe in Jesus as Savior; belong to a healthy church family; become like Christ
by growing in faith; and fulfill God’s purpose in our world.
Our Core Beliefs (see constitution for complete statement of faith):
We believe in one God who exists eternally in three equal Persons; Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. (Genesis
1:26; Matthew 28:19; 2 Corinthians 13:14; 1 Peter 1:2)
We believe in the authority of the Bible as the supreme source of truth for faith and life. (2 Timothy 3:16, 17)
Because Scripture is inspired by the Holy Spirit, it is truth without any mixture of error.
We believe all people are made in God’s image but are marred by an attitude of disobedience (sin) which
results in separation from God. (Isaiah 59:1-2; Romans 3:10-23)
We believe salvation is a gift of God’s grace through faith in Jesus Christ and His victory over sin and death.
(Ephesians 2:8, 9) Salvation is maintained by the grace and power of God; thus, the believer is secure in his/her
salvation for eternity. (John 10:27-30)
The purpose, vision, and mission of Fulmont Community Church is based on the message of Jesus in Matthew
22:37-39 and Matthew 28:18-20, and the model of the New Testament church expressed in Acts 2:42-47.
Great Commandment “`Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all
your mind.’ This is the first and greatest commandment. And the second is like it: `Love your neighbor as
yourself.'” Matthew 22:37-39 Great Commission
Then Jesus came to them and said, “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Therefore, go
and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy
Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely, I am with you always, to the
very end of the age.” Matthew 28:18-20
About Leadership: At FCC the pastor(s) function as elder/overseer(s) serving with a team of male and female
leaders who function as deacons and deaconesses. When FCC formed the members desired that mature women
be able to serve on the governing board. Through prayerful deliberation it was determined that 1 Timothy 3:1-
13 supports this model of leadership while maintaining the elevated position and authority of the pastor/elder.
About Charismatic Gifts: At FCC we enjoy expressions of lively, joyful enthusiasm during our worship
celebrations and other gatherings. While we recognize the existence of tongues and interpretation based on 1
Corinthian 14, we do not allow this gift in our public services which are designed for seekers, the unchurched,
and believers growing in knowledge and service of Jesus. We believe the demonstration of tongues and
other sign gifts (healings, miracles, words of prophecy) can cause confusion and pose an unnecessary barrier to
what we strive to accomplish as a local church. We believe God prefers intelligible and edifying instruction as
the focus of worship gatherings.

The Fulmont Area
Fulmont Community Church is in the Fulton County and Montgomery County area of
NY hence our name.
The splendor of the seasons comes naturally to our area where the southern
Adirondack Park meets the Mohawk Valley. Fulton County is home to 44 lakes,
including the largest man-made lake in NY—the Great Sacandaga Lake. The county
has 74,832 acres of wild forest, and is blessed with a rich, inviting history and a wealth
of culture and the arts. Beauty is abundant in spring, summer, winter and fall, and the
slate of activities is equally complete.
We’re 45 minutes from Albany and Saratoga, and just a few hours from New York City,
Syracuse, Montreal and Boston – located in the foothills of the majestic Adirondack
Mountains, truly a four-season location.
The area’s enviable quality of life, world class recreational assets and housing and
retail choices make it an attractive location for new residents, workers and
visitors. According to Sperling’s Best Places, Fulton County has the lowest cost of
living compared to surrounding counties, making it an attractive place to live and a
great place to buy a home.
For more info see: https://www.fultoncountyny.gov/

Job Opportunities Posted in April

New Life Bible Fellowship Church in Oley, PA, is seeking a shepherd-hearted man to care for the souls of our 7th-12th-graders, and the volunteers who minister to them. We currently have a full-time youth pastor who will eventually be transitioning into another ministry role within the church. Ideally, the incoming youth pastor would serve for a period of time alongside our current youth pastor, allowing for a smooth transition of leadership, as the current youth pastor gradually assumes other responsibilities.

I. Essential Duties
● Serve as primary teaching pastor for youth ministry, with an emphasis on expository preaching/teaching
● Recruit, disciple, equip and collaborate with adult youth staff volunteers
● Establish and maintain personal relationships with individual students in order to minister, disciple, and present Christ by means of maintaining availability as a friend and counselor
● Maintain communications with parents of youth
● Develop and plan outreach opportunities both locally and as part of a global outreach program
● Oversee a student ministry budget
● General pastoral ministries, including visitation, counseling, teaching etc.

II. Qualifications for the Position:
Applicant must:
● Confess Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior and demonstrate a vibrant and growing personal walk with Jesus.
● Meet biblical qualifications found in Titus 1:6-9, 1 Tim. 3:2-7, 1 Peter 5:2-3, including being biologically male.
● Be able to communicate clearly both orally and in writing.
● Be able to communicate the Scriptures with depth and in an engaging way.
● Maintain the highest level of confidentiality.
● Be in agreement with the Articles of Faith of the Bible Fellowship Church (https://www.bfc.org/who-we-are/articles-of-faith/).

Applicants should e-mail nlbfcyouthpastor@gmail.com.


“We agree together and promise to encourage one another before the Lord to uphold these following statements of faith, mission, motto, vision, and core values”.

This Church acknowledges as its sole head, Jesus Christ, the Son of God and the Savior of man.  It acknowledges as brothers in Christ all who share in this confession.  It looks to the Bible as the Word of God and to the presence and power of the Holy Spirit to prosper its creative and redemptive work in the world.  It claims as its own, the faith of the Historic Church expressed in the ancient creeds and reclaimed in the basic insights of Protestant Reformers.  It affirms the responsibility of the Church in each generation to make this faith its own.  In accordance with the teaching of our Lord and the practice prevailing among Evangelical Christians, it recognizes two Sacraments: Baptism and Holy Communion.

Mission Statement:
We are a family of believers whose mission is to praise and glorify God through joyful worship and to share the Gospel of Jesus’ unconditional love and forgiveness.  The bible is God’s Holy Word and our final authority.

Motto:   Invite and embrace with the Gospel of Grace

We want our church to grow spiritually – our faith deepened, our joy increased, our hope for heaven strengthened.  We want our church to grow numerically – and increase in the number of people who worship, pray and study on a weekly basis.  We want our church to grow in impact –  meeting needs of our local community in the name of Jesus and empowering others to minister as missionaries.

Core Values:

  1. We believe that you need to have a personal saving relationship with Jesus Christ.
  2. We value the ministry of the Holy Spirit bringing us knowledge of truth through Christian                       Education.
  3. We follow Christ’s example of serving others before ourselves.
  4. We are committed to Christian growth and training to minister to others.
  5. We value God’s grace to us in a way that overflows in our relationships with each other.
  6. Bible is our final authority for what we believe.

Job Description:
Our congregation of an active 100 members are looking for a full-time pastor as our current pastor of 19 years is planning to retire. Our church was founded in 1757, located in Alsace Township, Reading PA. As sole pastor of the congregation, you will be involved in all areas of the church life. We are looking for a self-starter, organized, dedicated and inspirational leader to direct our church on its mission “To Praise and Glorify through joyful worship and to share the Gospel of Jesus’ unconditional love and forgiveness”

*Benefits Package Available:  Pension, mileage, housing  allowance, health reimbursement
*Competitive salary negotiable based on education and experience

Job Skills Needed:

  • Pastoral & spiritual gifting including preaching and teaching
  • Good communicator who is tactful and gentle
  • Team Builder/leader/organizer/motivator
  • Administrative capability & experience i.e. ability to manage specific church functions
  • Outcomes driven, holding self and others accountable
  • Demonstrated ability to work with youth and young adults
  • Church developments and growth

Job Duties:

  • Representing Zion’s Spies E.R.as an ambassador to faith-based and community civic organizations
  • Providing pastoral care duties to include, but not limited to:
    • Facilitate church membership meetings
    • Visitations
    • Pastoral counseling
    • Bible study
    • Ministry support
    • Perform sacraments
  • Preaching, presiding and providing administrative oversight
  • Providing leadership of the ministerial team

Along with our core values we have come to recognize, realize, and appreciate that:

  • Music and worship are an integral part of who we are
  • Being community-based and community-minded is our emphasis
  • Both men and women are called by God to teach and preach
  • Giving and operating in excellence is what we strive for

To Apply:    Zionspieser@gmail.com
or Zion’s Spies E.R. Church
318 Spies Church Rd.
Reading, PA. 19606

Please submit resumes, statement of faith, vision statement, online samples of your sermon if available, two recommendation letters and 3 references with contact information.

MANNA CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP (Manna) is a dynamic and vibrant evangelical,
inter-denominational chaplaincy at Princeton University focused on thoughtfully engaging the
pluralistic university community with a coherent worldview grounded in the Christian gospel.
Manna seeks a qualified individual to manage aspects of this thriving organization of
approximately 90 students. Under the auspices of Manna’s Executive Director, the Women’s
Senior Ministry Fellow would work closely with Manna’s multiple (typically 2-4) full- and part-time
staff in developing a robust ministry that that empowers students to appreciate the holistic
implications of the gospel of Jesus Christ for all of life, including their vocations and studies. The
ideal candidate would possess demonstrated ministry leadership in campus contexts. The
majority, though not all, of Manna’s constituents are from Korean- and other Asian-American
backgrounds. The SMF must have a familiarity and sensitivity towards these cultural nuances.
The Women’s Senior Ministry Fellow will also be responsible for evaluating the ministry on a
regular basis and reporting to the Executive Director and the Board of Trustees.

The responsibilities of the Women’s Senior Ministry Fellow (SMF) fall into three categories:
Spiritual Development, Campus Engagement, and Administration. It is anticipated that roughly
ninety (90) percent of the SMF’s time will be spent doing spiritual development and campus
1. Spiritual Development:
• Women’s Ministry – The SMF will cultivate and oversee opportunities for the women in Manna
to grow spiritually, vocationally, and relationally through both women-only and gender-inclusive
avenues such as bible studies, social gatherings, theological discussions, discipleship
relationships, and counseling sessions.
• Large Group Leadership and Teaching – The SMFs shall be responsible, along with the
Executive Director, for Manna’s weekly Saturday night large group meetings. The SMFs will
oversee the Saturday night program, including the flow of worship and ministry segments.
Although the Executive Director will serve as the primary large group preacher, the SMFs should
expect to assume teaching duties 2-4 times each semester. Messages should be 25-30 minutes
in length and should focus primarily upon biblical exegesis with a gospel hermeneutic. These
messages should challenge the students both spiritually and intellectually in a manner
contextualized to Princeton students.
• Small Group Ministries – The SMF will oversee Manna’s small groups. They will be expected
to lead 1-2 groups in conjunction with student leaders, and support staff and student leaders as
needed. The SMF should ensure that the class-based curricula and topical teaching content for
small groups are effective and biblically sound.
• Retreats – Manna hosts a fall retreat (with an average attendance of 70 students) and a
second retreat, community outreach project, or a similarly scaled project in the spring. The SMF
will oversee the retreats/project, including budget, speaker, and logistics.
• Discipleship – The SMF shall disciple appropriate members of the staff and students, as well
as oversee the Manna discipleship program.
• Counseling – The SMF shall also serve as a counselor to students as needs arise. The
majority of Manna’s constituents are from Asian and Asian-American backgrounds. The SMF
should have a familiarity and sensitivity towards these cultural nuances.
• Ministry Oversight – The SMF will oversee additional aspects of Manna’s programming,
including our interns, student leadership team, community events, and training materials.
2. Campus Engagement:
• Public Lecture Series – The SMF shall, with the consultation of Manna alumni and staff, invite
1-3 guest speakers during the academic year to engage the campus on relevant issues.
• Cross Fellowship Unity – The SMF shall also serve as a liaison to the Office of Religious Life
and to the other chaplaincies on campus seeking to promote unity of the body without
compromising the purity and integrity of the gospel and Manna’s witness on campus.
3. Administration:
• Yearly Updates – Each quarter, the SMF shall be responsible for delivering an update to the
board, alumni and advisors on the progress of the ministry.
• Oversight of Staff – The SMF shall preside over weekly meetings with staff and student
leaders to facilitate good communication amongst the leaders of Manna.
• Fundraising – While the position has a guaranteed salary, the SMF is expected to raise 50% of
their salary through personal fundraising, and support the Manna Executive Director and Board
in organizational development efforts as needed. Manna Christian Fellowship will support the
SMF personal fundraising campaign with training and other support.

Candidates should have at least 4 years of relevant experience, preferably with campus ministry
experience. They must be spiritually mature Christians with a devotion to the Scriptures and
prayer, modeling excellence in their personal and vocational life, with demonstrated gifts in
spiritual leadership and mentoring. Manna values its community orientation and the Senior
Ministry Fellow should be able to foster a grace-centered community through active involvement
in the lives of the students. Other necessary qualities include: fast learner, excellent written and
verbal communication skills, proactive in every aspect of the position, passion for the university
and students, and intellectual grasp of the strategic role of the university in our culture.
Bachelor’s degree is required. Masters-level degree in theology, ministry, or counseling is also
preferred, with a firm grasp and appreciation for applying the gospel to every part of life and
culture and an openness to and/or ability to navigate the Reformed theological categories which
have shaped the fellowship. Evidence of counseling abilities is also required.
Compensation will be salaried (with some fundraising expectations) and competitive and
commensurate with experience and training. Located in Princeton, NJ.
Interested applicants should send a cover letter and resume to manna@princeton.edu

Craigville’s Pastor will joyfully lead this congregation, devoting himself to prayer and the ministry of the Word. His character – above reproach, temperate, hospitable, managing his own house well, not self-willed, not quick tempered – will be an example to the congregation and will protect the gospel witness in our community. He will faithfully shepherd the members and attendees of Craigville, seeking their growth to spiritual maturity, and equipping them for the work of the ministry. He will guard against false teaching and straying from the faith. He will encourage the church in following the commission in Matthew 28:18-20. He will lead, knowing he will give an account to God for his stewardship, submitting himself to the authority of God’s Word and other Craigville Elders.

The Pastor will demonstrate the character and teaching abilities described in passages such as Titus 1:5-9 and 1 Timothy 3:1-7. The Craigville Bible Church Search Committee will require the following evidences of a candidate’s qualifications for Pastor:
• Strong agreement with Craigville’s Statement of Doctrine.
• Ordination, licensing, or recommendation to the ministry from a church of like faith and practice
• References of character and ability
• Clear background checks (e.g., Criminal Record, Child Abuse and Neglect)

The Craigville Bible Church Search Committee may also consider:
• Theological education
• Previous vocational experience in the ministry
• Audio or video samples of sermons
• Existing blogs, journal articles, social media posts, or other written materials
• Additional items as requested by the committee (e.g., questionnaire)

1. The Pastor will lead Craigville’s preaching and teaching ministry. Recognizing that God’s Word is central to church life and spiritual growth, he will ensure that Craigsville’s main worship gatherings feature expositional preaching. The Senior Pastor will devote himself to the study of God’s Word.
2. The Pastor will collaborate with the other pastors and/or Elders of the church to coordinate the preaching schedule for worship services. The Pastor is expected to be the primary preacher on Sunday mornings and to ensure that the pulpit is filled by faithful preachers when he is absent.
3. The Pastor will collaborate with the other pastors and/or Elders to appoint teachers and identify topics for other teaching opportunities (e.g., Sunday School).

1. The Pastor will devote himself to prayer. He will regularly pray for the members of Craigville Bible Church.
2. The Pastor will model the commands and examples of Scripture during public prayer at church gatherings.
3. The Pastor will lead the church in a culture of prayer, in which members regularly pray for one another.

1. The Pastor will lead in planning the order of worship to include expositional preaching, prayer, Scripture readings, congregational singing, and the ordinances.
2. The Pastor will serve in the rotation of service leaders, who call the church to worship, read Scripture, and pray during worship services.
3. The Pastor will oversee the church’s practice of the ordinances, including believers’ baptism and monthly observance of the Lord’s Supper.

1. The Pastor will seek to preserve the unity of the church, building a culture of love for one another and leading members through reconciliation when necessary.
2. The Pastor will demonstrate faithful membership to the church.
3. The Pastor will lead the church in a culture of love, fellowship, and hospitality, through the forming prayer groups, and other small groups.
4. The Pastor will collaborate with other pastors and/or Elders to conduct membership interviews, recommend candidates for the church’s affirmation of membership, and assist transitioning members with finding a new church home.
5. The Pastor will provide leadership with situations of church discipline, in accordance with Scripture.

1. The Pastor will collaborate with other pastors and/or Elders to ensure members and regular attenders of the church receive ongoing pastoral care.
2. The Pastor will provide counseling to church members and regular attenders, and if necessary, refer members to trusted counselors outside of the church.
3. The Pastor will conduct pastoral visits to hospitalized members, regular attenders, widows, and shut-ins and perform requested pastoral services (e.g., weddings, funerals) as appropriate.

1. The Pastor will serve as an example of personal evangelism.
2. The Pastor will encourage and lead the church to declare the gospel in the community and among the nations.
3. The Pastor will lead by example in engaging the Craigville community, seeking to see disciples of Christ multiply.

1. The Pastor will ensure completion of ongoing administrative tasks of the church. This responsibility includes overseeing church staff and volunteers in their responsibilities.
2. The Pastor will oversee a healthy deacon ministry. He will communicate church needs to deacons and delegate tasks to the deacon body.
3. The Pastor will collaborate with the Elders to set the agenda for and lead Ministry Council and Congregational Annual meetings.

4. The Pastor will consult on church financial matters, such as advising on the annual church budget.
5. The Pastor will be the primary point of contact for church members, former members in ministry, Craigville’s missionaries, and supported ministry organizations.

COMPENSATION: Craigville Bible Church’s annual budget provides salary and benefits to the Pastor. Additionally, a housing allowance may be provided for the candidate. The Craigville Bible Church Search Committee anticipates a financial package of $55,000 to $75,000 commensurate with experience. The distribution of salary, health insurance, medical reimbursement, retirement, or other designated benefits will be determined upon hiring.

The Pastor will be considered a full-time employee. However, the church expects the Pastor to organize his time in order to have adequate rest. The Pastor will receive 21 days of annual leave, including weekends, with a maximum of 3 Sundays.

APPLICATION: Candidates must submit a cover letter, resume, and list of references to the chair of the Craigville Bible Church Search Committee, Richard Fernez, through email CBCSearchCommittee@craigvillebiblechurch.org, by mailing it the postal address provided. The Craigville Search Committee will request additional information as needed (e.g., completion of a candidate questionnaire, additional references).

Purpose of Position
The Sr. Pastor will guide the church in the accomplishment of its God-given mission by providing
spiritual and organizational leadership through preaching, strategy implementation, and the
development of lay leaders and staff.

This is a full-time position directly accountable to the Session.

Duties and Responsibilities
• Upholds the spiritual life of the congregation through preaching. Preaches on a rotating
schedule determined by the preaching team as preaching duties have been shared with the
associate pastor, and occasionally with staff and lay leaders.
• Orchestrates the movement of the church toward a shared vision. Develops specific
strategies to implement the church’s vision for:
o Evangelism, with a focus on outreach to congregants’ neighbors, networks, and the
next generation; includes mission partnerships.
o Discipleship, directing the teaching and training of congregants of all ages toward
personal spiritual formation.
o Community, overseeing the creation of relationship formation opportunities for
congregants in all life stages.
• Provides pastoral care by developing and leading a team of trained, dedicated, and wise lay
ministers. Carries out direct pastoral care as situations warrant.
• Oversees planning for worship services with a specified team, demonstrating appreciation
for a variety of worship styles and formats including virtual and in-person engagement.
• Disciples and trains lay leadership on the session, ensuring consistency of vision and
providing guidance on developing the next generation of leaders.
• As the Head of Staff, will mentor, provide feedback and training, set appropriate goals, and
develop staff in their areas of giftedness.
• Participates in regular meetings and interacts regularly with congregational leadership and
• With a specified team, develops and administers overall church budget.
• Officiates weddings, baptisms, and funerals as requested.

Required Skills
• Preaches effectively and with relevance by connecting scripture, faith, discipleship, and
mission to everyday life.
• Strategic and holistic thinking with the ability to create implementation plans and delegate
responsibilities to others.
• Strong interpersonal and communication skills with an ability to work effectively among a
wide range of constituencies in a diverse community.
• Demonstrates a passion for working with people of all ages and all stages in an
intergenerational ministry of growth, care, service, and outreach; ability to assess the needs
of the congregation and to guide others in their relationship to Jesus Christ and the Church.
• Contributes to a positive workplace and Church culture by making decisions in a collegial
environment and working collaboratively with Central’s staff and lay leaders as a cohesive
• Shepherds and supervises team leaders in personal growth and leadership methods; ability
to train lay leaders and assist them in effectively identifying and using their gifts.
• Highly motivated and organized self-starter with energy and enthusiasm; approaches
challenges with willingness and good humor.
• Skilled in church administration including budget preparation and implementation.

• Five years in a large church setting with demonstrated experience in organizational and
institutional leadership.
• Ordained in the PC(USA) or shall have met all criteria for ordination.
• Demonstrates biblical knowledge and understanding of theological context.

Personal Attributes
• Commitment to a vital life of faith as evidenced by personal spiritual disciplines.
• Demonstrates personal integrity, discernment, and character in decision-making and
interpersonal interactions; has an attitude of other-centeredness and humility expressed in
the ability to lead with grace.

The Senior Pastor must exemplify an ability to maintain confidentiality and
handle delicate situations with discretion and insight.

To explore this opportunity please send a cover letter, CV, and statement of faith to: pastoralsearch@centralpc.org for review.

Morrisville Coalition Project Coordinator
Part Time, Hourly, Temporary
The Solid Rock Youth Center has an opening for the position of Project Coordinator of the Morrisville Community Coalition. This position reports to the Executive Director of the Solid Rock Youth Center. Below you will find the duties, responsibilities, and qualification requirements.

The Project Coordinator will play a lead role in organizing and equipping the coalition to assess the Morrisville community and develop strategies and activities following the DFC Model. They will also work to obtain more sustainable funding for the coalition through the DFC grant and private solicitation of funds. Additionally, the Project Coordinator will work to recruit and support youth coalition members with the goal of developing a youth-led, adult-guided coalition model.
The Project Coordinator will be responsible for the following activities and outcomes:
· Organizing 9 formal coalition meetings each year (Once monthly)
· Overseeing the coalition strategic planning process, including but not limited to assisting the coalition to analyze community data and develop strategies to address risks present in the community
· Oversee the completion of the Community Pride Project which includes the organization of community-wide banners and street signage as well as a community wide mural project
· Assist the coalition in the development of a formal youth leadership coalition meeting separate from the overall coalition once monthly, September -June, and reporting back to the overall coalition
· Assist the coalition in developing and implementing a sustainability plan
· Increase youth participation from 1 youth member to 8 members
· Implement 4 youth events
· Implement 9 community clean up events
· Completing evaluation of and reporting for all programs and activities for the Morrisville Community Coalition

Excellent communication, interpersonal, and organizational skills. Experience in coalition or organization management, program development and management, marketing, and fund development. BA Preferred.

Job Type: Part-time, Temporary, Possible transition to permanent
Compensation Range: $15-$20 per hour, 10-20 hours per week.

Applicants can e-mail Zach Mahon at solidrockdirector@gmail.com

Manager, Leadership Institute of Interfaith Philadelphia
Full-time position in Philadelphia, PA

Join a forward thinking and dynamic nonprofit helping to overcome divisiveness and build relationships of trust and understanding.

Interfaith Philadelphia’s Mission and Vision:
Since its founding in 2004, Interfaith Philadelphia challenges the region’s residents to dare to understand one another. In order to promote social harmony and inter-religious and inter-group understanding, Interfaith Philadelphia equips individuals and communities for interfaith engagement, builds collaborative relationships, and stands in solidarity with our diverse neighbors. Our bold vision is to have our region reflect the vibrancy of a religiously diverse democracy, one in which all people are valued, distinctive traditions are welcomed, and people of diverse backgrounds collaborate to shape a just and compassionate society.

Leadership Institute of Interfaith Philadelphia:
The Leadership Institute of Interfaith Philadelphia is a learning space without walls for personal and professional development. The leadership institute equips community leaders with skills, experience and connections to strengthen interfaith understanding and engagement in their own settings.

Summary of Position
Interfaith Philadelphia seeks a full-time manager of the Leadership Institute that will provide administrative and creative support for existing programs and those in development. They will facilitate, coordinate, and evaluate Leadership Institute workshops and trainings, and recruit and train co-facilitators and instructors. They will forge community partnerships, and develop strategies to recruit participants from multiple disciplines, sectors and faith communities. The Leadership Institute Manager will work hand in hand with our Director of Curricular Innovations and report to our Communications Director.

• Maintain strategic perspective on the growth and development of the leadership institute.
• Shared management and oversight of Leadership Institute budget.
• Support Director of Curricular Innovation in designing and producing new offerings
• Recruit and provide coaching for, and coordination of, our team of facilitators
• Support collaboration with University of Pennsylvania Center for Social Impact Strategy
• Plan and manage calendar of offerings in the Leadership Institute
• Coordinate skill based training, cohort experiences, and customized training.
• Co-facilitate select trainings and cohort programs
• Supervise and analyze evaluation of Leadership Institute offerings
• Assist in building relevant community and regional partners & relationships
• Advance enrollment in Leadership Institute
Administrative support including program evaluation and database management.
• Backup Communications assistance, especially in critical moments/responsive programming

Experience and qualities
• Passion for and experience in interfaith and/or faith-based work
• Familiarity and strong network with multiple sectors within the Philadelphia region
• Experience in project management and evaluation
• Ability to manage multiple projects, goals and deadlines
• Experience and expertise in strategic long-term thinking and program design
• Self-starter and resourceful
• Team player with strong interpersonal skills
• Willingness to explore new strategies, developments in the field, and new technologies

• Outreach, marketing and communications
• Facilitation
• Creative thinking and resourcefulness
• Fluency in Salesforce, Microsoft Office Suite, and graphic design software a plus

Salary and Benefits
• $45-$50k, commensurate with experience
• Healthcare benefits, generous PTO, professional development
• Hybrid work schedule

To apply, please send cover letter and resume to Rebecca Watson, Office Manager, at rw@interfaithphiladelphia.org

Client Relationship Associate
Stonecrop Wealth Advisors is a growing Registered Investment Advisor firm based out of West Chester, PA. We provide comprehensive financial planning and investment management services to our client base of approximately 190 households.

Stonecrop is currently in need of a Client Relationship Associate to serve its growing client base. This is an entry-level position for someone with a bachelor’s degree, a strong service-first attitude, great attention to detail, and aspirations to work in the financial planning and investment advisory industry.

Our mission is to help our clients see the objective, find the path, and navigate past the obstacles to a more prosperous future. We fulfill this mission with a true team approach, so every member of the team is critical. We seek to get to know our clients well so we can serve their particular needs well to help improve their lives,
the lives of their families, and their communities.

The Client Relationship Associate will perform a variety of functions including:
 Assisting with new client onboarding processes
 Fielding inquiries from clients and directing them to appropriate personnel.
 Creating investment performance reports.
 Help clients to transfer funds and securities, along with issuing checks as
 Responding to client inquiries for information about products and services.
 Scheduling advisor-client meetings.
 Drafting written or electronic communications on behalf of advisors.
 Filing and organizing client paperwork.
 Assistance with the management of various databases.
 Data entry related to the financial planning process
 Prepare presentation materials
 Gather meeting notes and input them to client files
 Perform administrative and clerical duties as necessary

This is a position where we would prefer someone with ambition to grow in a company with considerable, long-term growth potential.

Required qualifications:
 Bachelors’ degree (preferably in the field of business administration,
finance, economics, or a related field)
 Proficient in Microsoft Office and comfortable learning CRM and other
financial planning and investment management software.
 Strong communication and organizational skills
 Detail-oriented
 Comfortable working independently
 Exceptional customer service skills

This is a full-time position. The benefit package includes health insurance, disability, group life, dental and vision (majority of premium paid by employer) and a 401k plan with matching contributions.
Please direct all inquiries to dmacgray@stonecropadvisors.com