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.


Student Services Coordinator

Missio Seminary is seeking a Student Services Coordinator


Administrative Assistant – Institution Advancement

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


Custodian/Maintenance Worker

Missio Seminary is seeking a Custodian/Maintenance Worker


Technology Teaching Assistants

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


Controller In The Business Office

Missio Seminary is seeking a Controller in the Business Office


Admissions Recruiter

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


Assistant Professor of Counseling and Psychology and Fieldwork Coordinator

Missio Seminary has an immediate opening for an Assistant Professor of Counseling and Psychology and Fieldwork Coordinator.


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
careers@missio.edu

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 October

Director of Youth Ministries
General Responsibilities: Jarrettown United Methodist Church is looking to invest in a highly creative leader to focus on building a youth program for 7-12th grades. The right person will focus on building relationships with our small group, then growing the group and integrating our current 4-6th grade “tween” group as they age out. This is a part-time position with growth possibilities.
The right candidate will have:
• experience and/or knowledge of youth ministry programming and will be able to plan a program from the ground up.
• have a strong Christian faith and will be provided with the opportunity to further their education as the work with us in Christ.
Specific Responsibilities:
1. Reach out to youth in the church and community with the Good News of the Lord Jesus Christ.
2. Identify adult volunteers to assist in youth activities and special events. (Jarrettown has several adults who are very supportive of youth programs.)
3. Plan and implement age appropriate activities for Middle and High School age youth that promote community through fellowship, fun and faith development.
4. Work with support from the Pastor and Ministry Director to develop regular programming.
5. Be a part of the worshiping community of Jarrettown UMC on a regular basis.
6. Encourage youth participation in some of the many mission opportunities at Jarrettown UMC.
Position Requirements:
1. Demonstrate Christian character and commitment in daily life and the ability to articulate a personal faith journey – be a good role model.
2. Ability to organize and implement programs and activities.
3. Criminal & Child Abuse background checks.
Personal Requirements: High standards in attitude, outlook, and morals, with an awareness of the importance of example. Enthusiasm!
Expectations: Ten hours per week (negotiable). Salary (negotiable).
Accountability: Responsible to the Pastor and Staff Parish Relations Committee.

For more information on this position, please contact

Jean Graber, Ministry Director

jeangraber@gmail.com


Job Opportunities Posted in September

John Applegate, MD & Associates, LLC (JA&A) is currently seeking to fill an opening for an administrative assistant whose main roles would consist of office management and bookkeeping responsibilities.  Applicants should have a high level or organizational skills, be motivated to execute tasks promptly, and be flexible to a variety of needs in a busy and diverse office environment.  Must be comfortable regularly interacting with JA&A staff, patients, clients and local ministry partners surrounding logistic and financial details.

o   Part time, independent contractor position to start, approximately 20 hours per week with a requirement to be on site at least 2 hours five days per week.  Competitive compensation on hourly basis.

o   Opportunity to become a full time position, salaried with benefits as administrative needs increase, estimated time 6-12 months.

o   If interested, please email office@jaanda.com with CV and contact information.

New Life Glenside Women’s Bible Study, held on Wednesday mornings, is in need of people to care for preschoolers.

This includes: one person to supervise the program and 2 workers (a leader and a helper) in each room:

  1. infants
  2. toddlers/2-3 year olds
  3. 4-5 year olds

All materials are provided.

Would you be willing to serve in one of the classrooms this fall or for the fall and spring semesters? Perhaps you’d like to team up with someone and work together?

Please contact Diane Marsh @ nlgwbs@gmail.com or 267 664 5532. A stipend will be paid. PA child clearances must be filed if not already in place.

Lewes Presbyterian Church seeks a pastoral assistant with duties to include Evangelism, Youth Ministry, Pastoral Care, and preaching & teaching. LPC is located in the beach community of Lewes, DE.  LPC is a moderate sized, strong, faithful, multi-generational Presbyterian congregation with high growth potential. LPC has a conservative Presbyterian theology and utilizes several worship styles. Please send resume to lpchurch@gmail.com

Bethel Memorial Baptist Church is seeking a full time Assistant Pastor/Minister of Youth and Christian Education.  Bethel is a missions minded, Bible teaching Church in Palmer Township, Pennsylvania.  Our Church Mission is to Develop Disciple makers.

The ideal candidate will be a devoted follower of Jesus, demonstrate a love for God’s people, and His Church, and have a passion to see people grow into disciples.  This person should also posses strong relational skills, have the ability to plan, organize, and implement programs, as well as lead teams of volunteers.

This is a full time, salaried position.
We invite you to visit our website at www.bmbceaston.com to learn more about our church.

For more information about Bethel and a full job description, send a Letter of Application and resume to:

Bethel Memorial Baptist Church
Attn: James Marsh/Search Committee
715 Chestnut Lane
Easton, PA 18045

Or

Email to jicrimarsh@rcn.com

Once received, we will contact you for the next step.

Please pray for us that we may be sensitive to the person God has planned to serve with us.

In His Service,
Bethel Memorial Baptist Church Search Committee

Title: Fund Development Coordinator
Reports To: President
Date: August 2021
Position Summary: The focus of this position is to work collaboratively with the President, Outside Contractors, Board of Directors and other SU staff members in five key areas:
• Foundation / Funding Partners research
• Funding Partners Grant requests and reporting
• Major Donors – Connecting, communication and follow-up
• Planned Giving Initiatives / Marketing
• Database Management and Oversight
This will involve a variety of organizational, administrative, editorial, financial, research, database and donor contact tasks.
Also, with God’s help, maintain a lifestyle consistent with biblical principles, and keep a healthy balance between spiritual, family, intellectual and personal life.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Develop and manage a system for tracking and coordinating all of Scripture Union’s foundation activity. Search for and research new foundation and major funding sources.
2. Develop proposals, reports, budgets and other communication for foundation cultivation, solicitation and follow up.
3. Develop and manage a system for building relationships with and increasing the giving of Scripture Union’s top individual donors. Maintain major donor records and files.
4. Coordinate Planned Giving strategy and marketing plan.
5. Manage donor database updates, maintenance, and daily operational situations.

Qualifications and Skills:
o Excellent written and oral communication and interpersonal skills
o A minimum of two years related experience
o Knowledge of proposal submission and non-profit fundraising process
o Strong research skills
o Multitasking, organization and time management skills
o Excellent attention to detail
o Ability to handle confidential matters with utmost integrity
o Proficiency in Microsoft Office: Word, Excel and knowledge of CMS platforms
Position is located in Valley Forge, PA; full-time, ability to work partially remote is possible; medical, dental and vision coverage

To apply, please send your resume to Trish.McFillin@ScriptureUnion.org by September 7, 2021

FOCUS (Fellowship of Christians in Universities and Schools) is looking for a Field Staff (part-time) to minister in the Greater Philadelphia Area.

We are a non-denominational Christian youth ministry working in various established east-coast areas and in San Francisco, CA. The purpose of FOCUS is to give independent school students in grades 6-12 the opportunity to investigate traditional Christian faith and values in a forum that is fun, relevant, intellectually stimulating and non-coercive.

For a full job description, more about our ministry, and to apply, please go to our website here. Contact: Rebecca Farquhar hr@infocus.org


Job Opportunities Posted in August 2021

This fall the Mayor’s Office of Civic Engagement and Volunteer Service is launching a new Community Resource Corps, which connects residents to resources. We are now accepting applications for our first Corps Members!
Corps Members will work part-time conducting community outreach. They will support residents in understanding their eligibility and completing resource applications. They will serve on the team from October 2021 to August 2022.
Corps Members will receive:
• A $15+ an hour stipend.
• Health care support.
• Transportation support.
• Monthly professional development trainings.
• Five (5) additional points on the City of Philadelphia’s civil service exam upon completion of the program.
Anyone who’s interested can learn more and apply at bit.ly/CRCmember.

The deadline to apply is Friday, August 27th at 5 pm.

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.

QUALIFICATIONS:  

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)

ADDITIONAL CONSIDERATIONS 

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)

SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES:

MINISTRY OF THE WORD

  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).

PRAYER

  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.

CORPORATE WORSHIP

  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.

 MEMBERSHIP

  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.

 PASTORAL CARE

  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.

EVANGELISM

  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.

OVERSIGHT

  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).

Job Title: Youth Pastor
Reports to: Senior Pastor
Location: 7500 Germantown Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19119
FLSA Status: Full-time, Non-Exempt (adjust as needed)
Salary: TBD

Summary/Objective:

A Youth Pastor is responsible for guiding children, adolescents and High School teenagers in their understanding of themselves and their faith. Their duties include organizing youth events or retreats to encourage community building, overseeing Sunday school and other educational programs and communicating with church staff about faith education needs.

Responsibilities:

  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills accompanied by a positive attitude with young students in the church
  • Great computer and creativity skills in designing new and engaging ways for students to learn about life in Christ and faith values
  • Ability to deal with and relate to young people by earning their trust and respect
  • Excellent organization and supervision skills
  • Strong management and leadership skills in teaching and preaching the gospel message
  • Evident relationship and belief in the Lord Jesus Christ and His Church
  • Availability to work extended hours and during weekends
  • Proficiency in evangelical studies and youth ministry
  • Skilled in utility of various social media platforms to extend the reach of youth ministry
  • Collaborate with churches across the city of Philadelphia and surrounding suburbs

Qualifications:

  • Undergraduate or Graduate degree in Ministry
  • Understanding of Urban Ministry
  • Passion for discipleship
  • Understanding of the word of God that enables rightly dividing the word of truth
  • Skilled in communicating the simplicity of the gospel in an effective manner for youth
  • Proven leadership at any level
  • Capable of working within a team structure

Requirements:

  • Clearance includes:
    • Pennsylvania Child Abuse History Clearance
    • Pennsylvania State Police Criminal Clearance
    • Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) Criminal Clearance history
  • No prior incidents with children that would hinder employment upon background check
  • Successful candidate must Love God with all their heart
  • Passion for the salvation of children and youth

Executive Summary

The new worship leader at Park Road Church will, first and foremost, have a heart that honors, treasures, and values Jesus Christ above all else. Then, as the family of God at Park Road worships each Sunday, the worship leader will help cultivate gatherings that are joyful, intentional, and glorifying to God. Sunday morning worship gatherings should be dynamic and engaging, rooted in both the rich heritage of hymns and the gracious accessibility of contemporary songs. We are seeking an individual who’s called and gifted by God in the following areas:

Specific Responsibilities

  1. Working closely with pastoral staff to plan and organize our weekly Sunday worship service.
    1. Choosing songs and hymns that both engage the congregation and support the reading and preaching of God’s Word.
  2. Modeling and leading heartfelt worship in an invitational style – that draws people in, encourages participation, and points people to Jesus.
  3. Recruiting, auditioning, teaching, and training musicians and audio/visual technicians in the church to serve the congregation as a team with both skill and humility.
  4. Leading weekly rehearsals that serve a dual purpose:
    1. Preparation for Sunday
    2. Cultivation of Christ-centered community.
  5. Building on our Reformed heritage while maintaining sensitivity toward how God might be calling our congregation and our musicians to grow in new expressions of worship, and developing strategic vision to accomplish growth.
  6. Serving as a member of the ministry team at Park Road, demonstrating a commitment to this congregation and its mission.
  7. This individual is expected to:
    1. Be gifted in leading congregational worship vocally and instrumentally (guitar and/or piano)
    2. Possess leadership and organizational skills, and
    3. Be a team player.
    4. Displays an attitude of humility and a willingness to learn

Qualifications:

  • A qualified and desirable candidate must be a fit for this position in four key areas:
    • Character. The right candidate will know and love Jesus, and will be committed to growing in Christlikeness. The right candidate will be committed to physical, emotional, intellectual, and spiritual health, and will exhibit the characteristics of spiritual leadership as found in 1 Timothy 3:1-12 and Titus 2:1-13.
    • Competency. The right candidate will have a high degree of musical proficiency on multiple instruments, including the ability to arrange songs and direct all instrumentalists on the team; have a basic understanding of audio/visual equipment and the ability to adapt to our lighting and sounding system (installed 2019); have a proven track record of faithfulness to a local church; and have some degree of relevant ministry experience. The right candidate will be internally motivated and will pursue excellence in all facets of the job.
    • Chemistry. The right candidate will display the ability to work well with the existing staff and volunteers. The right candidate will also display relational intelligence, showing they can interact with volunteers, lay leaders, and staff.
    • Culture. The right candidate will understand and agree with both the philosophical and theological identity of Park Road, including our commitment to Reformed theology, the centrality of God’s grace in salvation and sanctification, and our desire to help all people worship fully, learn humbly, and love extravagantly.

Accountability:

This position of worship leader is accountable to the Session and to the Senior Pastor as Head of Staff.

Compensation:

This is a part-time position, and comes with a starting salary range of $15,000-$25,000, based on experience, ability, and education.

Next Steps:

First, please visit https://parkroadchurch.com/about/join-our-team to learn more about Park Road Church and our search.

Then, please submit your cover letter, resume, and sample worship video to info@parkroadchurch.com

Men’s Ministry Staff Position

Full-Time Job Opening in Dresher, PA

Visit https://harvestusa.bamboohr.com/jobs/ to apply.

Harvest USA is a community of people who are passionate about the gospel of Jesus Christ and believe that it is good news for those struggling with sexual sin. We are dedicated to helping men, women, and families impacted by sexual sin and to providing resources that equip churches to be places of hope and healing for sexual strugglers.

We are seeking a full-time men’s ministry staff member to join our men’s ministry team. The men’s ministry team is responsible for providing one-on-one, short-term discipleship for men seeking help with their own sexual sin struggles, facilitating biblical support groups, producing digital and print resources to equip churches in the area of sexuality, and teaching on biblical sexuality at various venues. This is a support-raising position.

If you have a passion for the gospel and a desire to help people impacted by sexual sin, we invite you apply. Qualified candidates will possess a good knowledge of the Bible and the ability to help others apply it to real-life situations; strong communications skills, both in writing and teaching; and a commitment to the purpose, mission, and beliefs of Harvest USA.

Responsibilities

  • Provide one-on-one, short-term discipleship to men seeking help with their own sexual sin
  • Facilitate biblical support groups for men struggling with sexual sin
  • Develop digital and print resources to equip churches to minister to sexual strugglers
  • Teach on biblical sexuality in churches and other equipping venues
  • Represent Harvest USA at various educational and equipping events
  • Engage in personal support-raising activities

Requirements

  • A personal relationship with Jesus Christ and a genuine desire to work in a dynamic, mission-driven environment, applying one’s knowledge, skills, and abilities to advance the gospel
  • Agreement with and enthusiastic support of Harvest USA’s purpose, mission, and doctrinal commitments
  • Strong interpersonal skills with an ability to engage, support, and communicate effectively
  • Demonstrated ability to write and teach
  • Bachelor’s degree or higher
  • Ability to work certain evenings during the week and occasionally on weekends
  • Ability to do occasional overnight travel
  • Seminary degree or certificate preferred
  • Familiarity with CCEF’s approach to counseling preferred

Contact Scott Pickering at scott@harvestusa.org with questions about this position. 

Women’s Ministry Staff Position

Part-Time Job Opening in Dresher, PA

Visit https://harvestusa.bamboohr.com/jobs/ to apply. 

Harvest USA is a community of people who are passionate about the gospel of Jesus Christ and believe that it is good news for those struggling with sexual sin. We are dedicated to helping men, women, and families impacted by sexual sin and to providing resources that equip churches to be places of hope and healing for sexual strugglers.

We are seeking a part-time women’s ministry staff member to join our women’s ministry team. The women’s ministry team is responsible for providing one-on-one, short-term discipleship for women seeking help with their own sexual sin struggles, as well as for wives seeking support as they deal with the impact of their husbands’ sexual sin; facilitating biblical support groups for women strugglers and for wives; producing digital and print resources to equip churches; and teaching on biblical sexuality at various venues. This is a part-time, support-raising position requiring 20 hours a week. It includes paid leave and retirement benefits.

If you have a passion for the gospel and a desire to help women impacted by sexual sin, we invite you to apply. Qualified candidates will possess a good knowledge of the Bible and the ability to help others apply it to real-life situations; strong communications skills, both in writing and teaching; and a commitment to the purpose, mission, and beliefs of Harvest USA.

Responsibilities

  • Provide one-on-one, short-term discipleship for women seeking help with their own sexual sin
  • Provide one-on-one, short-term discipleship for wives as they deal with the impact of their husbands’ sexual sin
  • Facilitate biblical support groups for women struggling with sexual sin
  • Facilitate biblical support groups for wives who are dealing with the impact of their husbands’ sexual sin
  • Develop digital and print resources to equip churches to minister to sexual strugglers
  • Teach on biblical sexuality in churches and other equipping venues
  • Represent Harvest USA at various educational and equipping events
  • Engage in personal support-raising activities

Requirements

  • A personal relationship with Jesus Christ and a genuine desire to work in a dynamic, mission-driven environment, applying one’s knowledge, skills, and abilities to advance the gospel
  • Agreement with and enthusiastic support of Harvest USA’s purpose, mission, and doctrinal commitments
  • Strong interpersonal skills with an ability to engage, support, and communicate effectively
  • Demonstrated ability to write and to teach
  • Bachelor’s degree or higher
  • Ability to work certain evenings during the week and occasionally on weekends
  • Ability to do occasional overnight travel
  • Seminary degree or certificate preferred
  • Familiarity with CCEF’s approach to counseling preferred

Contact Scott Pickering at scott@harvestusa.org with questions about this position.

Parents and Family Ministry Staff Position

Full-Time Job Opening in Dresher, PA

Visit https://harvestusa.bamboohr.com/jobs/ to apply.

Harvest USA is a community of people who are passionate about the gospel of Jesus Christ and believe that it is good news for those struggling with sexual sin. We are dedicated to helping men, women, and families impacted by sexual sin and to providing resources that equip churches to be places of hope and healing for sexual strugglers.

We are seeking a full-time parents and family ministry staff member to join our parents and family ministry team. The parents and family ministry team is responsible for providing one-on-one, short-term care and discipleship for Christian parents whose son or daughter has embraced an LGBTQ+ identity, facilitating biblical support groups for parents and other family members, producing digital and print resources to equip churches, and teaching on biblical sexuality at various venues. This is a support-raising position.

If you have a passion for the gospel and a desire to minister to parents of children who have embraced an LGBTQ+ identity, we invite you apply. Qualified candidates will possess a good knowledge of the Bible and the ability to help others apply it to real-life situations; strong communications skills, both in writing and teaching; and a commitment to the purpose, mission, and beliefs of Harvest USA.

Responsibilities

  • Provide one-on-one, short-term care and discipleship to Christian parents whose son or daughter has embraced an LGBTQ+ identity
  • Facilitate biblical support groups for parents and family members
  • Develop digital and print resources to help equip churches to minister to parents and family members of those who have embraced an LGBTQ+ identity
  • Teach on biblical sexuality in churches and other equipping venues
  • Represent Harvest USA at various educational and equipping events
  • Engage in personal support-raising activities

Requirements

  • A personal relationship with Jesus Christ and a genuine desire to work in a dynamic, mission-driven environment, applying one’s knowledge, skills, and abilities to advance the gospel
  • Agreement with and enthusiastic support of Harvest USA’s purpose, mission, and doctrinal commitments
  • Strong interpersonal skills with an ability to engage, support, and communicate effectively
  • Demonstrated ability to write and to teach
  • Bachelor’s degree or higher
  • Ability to work certain evenings during the week and occasionally on weekends
  • Ability to do occasional overnight travel
  • Seminary degree or certificate preferred
  • Familiarity with CCEF’s approach to counseling preferred

Contact Scott Pickering at scott@harvestusa.org with questions about this position.

Being a multi-generational church, the children of Trinity are not just the future, but they are a very important part of our present.  With that in mind, we need your help in finding a new team member to support our Children and Family Ministry here at Trinity.  If you know of someone that would be interested, please reach out to Pastor Michael at msmith@trinitymullicahill.org.

What will they do?
Overall, the Director of Children and Family Ministries will be responsible for leading and managing a comprehensive Children’s Ministry (Nursery-6th Grade) and Family Ministry Programs with volunteers and ministry leaders.  They would be responsible for recruiting, resourcing, and supporting all lay volunteer ministry leaders for their program.

Thanks for your prayers and help with this search.

Grace and Peace,
Pastor Michael

Job Description:

TITLE: Worship Pastor

PRINCIPLE FUNCTION:  Provide leadership, direction and management over the Worship Gatherings of Storehouse Church. Continually seek ways to implement new strategies and ministry teams that are designed to strengthen the Worship experience for all attenders.

To Apply:

Interested candidates should apply here

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 families.
● 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 programs

Qualifications
● 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: $10-$12/hr
● Send cover letter and resume to Alena Beeman at atonement@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.

YoungLives Delaware Valley , a subsidiary of Young Life, is looking for a
part time director, 20 hours per week, for Montgomery County.

YoungLives specifically works with teen mothers and their babies offering
them practical, emotional and spiritual support at a critical time in their
lives. We do this through monthly clubs, mentoring relationships, Bible
studies and summer camp trips.

Currently in Montgomery County we have ongoing work in Norristown but
we are looking to expand.

Qualifications
Committed, growing relationship with Christ
Desire to work in an urban setting with teen mothers
Experience leading Bible studies
Desire to work with and lead a team of volunteers
Ability to seek out new teen moms in the community, as well as leaders
Desire to do fund raising

Position is currently part time, but has full time potential for the future.

Interested parties should contact Debbie Perkins, Regional Coordinator
debdperkins@me.com

Purpose:   

To provide pastoral counseling and care to the Calvary Church family, leadership assistance in the Pastoral Care Team and teaching/training to help individuals take next steps to pursue life in Christ.

Working Relationships:

Accountable to the Board of Elders through the Senior Pastor with direct supervision for their ministry area to the Pastor of Counseling and Family Ministries. A member of the Ministry Staff and appropriate ministry teams as assigned (e.g. Pastoral Care Team).

Qualification:

  • Educational qualifications require advanced degree (Master’s degree in biblical or pastoral counseling), preferably seminary or Bible college background, with local church ministry experience
  • A thorough knowledge of Scripture and its relevance to pastoral counseling issues
  • Competency in Pastoral Care and Pastoral Counseling functions, as well as teaching and training related to those areas
  • An understanding of the distinction between secular psychology and pastoral counseling with the ability to utilize insights from psychology within a clear, biblically driven framework
  • Organizational abilities to manage a wide range of ministry needs and deadlines as well as good communication skills (written and verbal)

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Liberti Fairmount Cooperative Preschool is looking for a teacher for the coming year. We are a Christian Preschool that is designed to nurture children’s capacity to grow physically, intellectually, emotionally, socially and spiritually.  We love children and we love to develop relationships with families. Parents play a big role in our Preschool as they take turns assisting in the classroom, and form the Administration Committee.

We believe strongly that children learn through play, so we are a hands-on, child-centered program that uses quality literature, music, science, and number awareness to prepare them for Kindergarten.  We love to develop imagination and curiosity so children can become life-long learners.

Qualifications: 

  • Certification in early childhood education or related field, or a significant amount of experience working in the early childhood field
  • Ability to obtain state and federal clearances as well as become CPR and first aid certified
  • We expect a preschool teacher to be educated, kind, loving, fun, professional and creative
  • The teacher should profess a personal faith in Jesus Christ and have a demonstrated commitment to the local church, and to be a Christian role model in speech and attitude.
  • Must have an Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree

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Job Opportunities Posted in July 2021

Great Commission Community Church is seeking Children’s Ministry Assistant (Part-Time: Arlington Site)

Ministry Position Description:
The Children’s Ministry Assistant will oversee our growing children’s ministry at our Arlington site. The role will include overseeing general operations of children’s ministry on Sunday mornings, working with the Arlington leadership team and reporting to the Minister of Children and Families.

Position Qualifications and Skills:
1. Committed to Christ and passionate for ministry.
2. Love for children, wanting to see them follow Jesus, and grow in obedience to the Spirit.
3. Able to work with families, help equip parents as the primary disciple makers.
4. Organized, detail oriented, and able to plan and execute

Ministry Responsibilities:

  1. Working with Minister of Children and Family and the Arlington Site Pastor, provide leadership and support for the Arlington families and children.
    • Serve on the Children and Family Leadership Team.
    • Help integrate team goals and plans at Arlington.
    • Meet monthly with the Ministry of Children and Families for communicate and goal alignment.
  2. Oversee the operations of Children’s Ministry at the Arlington Site.
    • Quarterly Schedule volunteers through Planning Center. Manage ongoing scheduling conflicts to ensure proper volunteer to child ratio.
    • Oversee set-up, volunteer supervision, and classroom logistics on Sunday morning.
    • Manage ongoing purchasing needs for Arlington CM (snacks, supplies, teach needs, etc.)
    • Work with other leaders to ensure site-specific God’s Garden events and classes feed into the broader goals of the church.
    • Provide care and support to Arlington children and families.
  3. Onsite touchpoint for new families and new volunteers.
    • Greet families in person, handle FAQ and show new families around the Arlington site.
    • Oversee virtual check-in and train new volunteers on that system.
    • As new volunteers are recruited and trained, serve as an onsite person who can troubleshoot and answer FAQ with new volunteers.

Compensation:
Compensation is commensurate with experience.

If interested, please send PDFs of cover letter and resume to admin@greatcommissioncc.org

The congregation of St. John’s Church on Morgan Hill, Easton, PA, is prayerfully and actively searching for our next full time Pastor.

We are seeking a pastor who demonstrates a deep personal relationship with Jesus Christ, has earned a Master of Divinity degree, affirms historic confessions of the Reformed tradition including the Apostles Creed, the Nicene Creed, and the Heidelberg Catechism, and is an Evangelical in dedication to reaching people in our community and the world with the Good News and saving grace of Jesus Christ.

We are an historic Church that traces our beginnings at this location to 1842. Formerly a member of the Evangelical and Reformed Church, then the United Church of Christ, we became an independent congregation in 2006. As a non-denominational Church affiliated with the Evangelical Association of Reformed & Congregational Christian Churches (EA), evangelicalassociation.org/, we seek a pastor who is in agreement with the “Statement of Faith”, “Core Values”, and “Issues and Core Beliefs” of the EA. (St. John’s Church primarily practices infant baptism and affirms the role of women in ministry.)

Candidates who wish to explore this opportunity should email:

  1. A cover letter that includes a personal testimony with a description of sense of calling and how this position would fulfill that calling
  2. A resume, and
  3. Sample sermons, preferably video links for two or three sermons, to the Pastoral Search Committee at 18042forChrist@GMail.com.

Candidate review has begun and will continue until the successful candidate is chosen.

Immediate opening at Oreland Evangelical Presbyterian Church for a Part-Time Administrative Assistant to welcome people in the office, provide administrative support to church ministries, oversee membership records, child protection background clearances and office organization.

Responsibilities summary:

  • Provide administrative and secretarial support to the pastoral & ministry staff and ministry teams.
  • Welcoming Visitors and Members.
  • Manage and distribute information, office emails and mail.
  • Oversee the process for Child Protection Background Clearances for Church Ministries.
  • Prepare correspondence, servant schedules and mailings.
  • Update church membership database, generate reports and directories.
  • Responsible for office organization and ordering office supplies.
  • Coordinate and supervise office and sanctuary care volunteers.

QUALIFICATIONS: Independent and detail-oriented worker with the following skills: multitasking, organization, time management, punctuality, writing and proofreading. Strong Microsoft Office Skills: Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Publisher. Church Windows database experience a plus.

SPECIFICATIONS: Non-exempt position. 20 hours a week,  8:30am – 12:30pm, Monday – Friday.  Option to work 3 or 4 days with longer hours.

See the full job description on our website for more information: https://orelandpres.org/about/job-openings

Application Procedure: Resumes may be submitted to personnel@orelandpres.org

Job posting for various positions at a ministry in SW Virginia – case manager, therapist, residential care specialists, and HR. https://streetransom.com/join-our-team/ “Street Ransom is opening The Lampstand safe home this fall in the Greater Roanoke Valley! The Lampstand is Virginia’s only residential program specifically for survivors of sexual exploitation and trafficking under 18 years old. Our 90-day residential program will provide a space space and comprehensive trauma-informed care for girls ages 12 to 17 years old.”

JOB SUMMARY:
The Oxford Circle Christian Community Development Association (OCCCDA) is in the Oxford Circle neighborhood of Philadelphia, PA. The neighborhood is diverse with over 20 languages represented at the local elementary school and over 30% of the population being “foreign born.” It is a young neighborhood with 40% of the population under the age of 21. Oxford Circle’s residential population and business community are growing, despite a significant drop in median household income since 2007.

OCCCDA was formed in partnership with Oxford Circle Mennonite Church in 2007. The mission of OCCCDA is “to extend healing and hope in the Oxford Circle community, believing that God’s purpose of reconciling all people to Jesus leads us to minister on spiritual, physical, social &
economic levels.”

Programming includes a K-5 afterschool program, summer camp, school-based family resource center, adult instruction in GED and ELL, small business support, workforce development, early literacy programs, emergency food assistance, and annual community events.

OCCCDA seeks an executive director who will maintain our excellent reputation as a community partner, advocate, and high-quality service provider. The executive director is responsible for Strategic Planning and Governance, Fund and Donor Development, Organizational Operations, and Financial Management, including compliance with external contracts. The position reports directly to the Board of Directors.

COMPENSATION:
The position is full-time. Salary is commensurate with experience, ranging
from $60,000-$70,000 plus vacation, holiday, and health benefits.

KEY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Strategic Planning, Governance & Implementation of Mission (15%)
Strategic Planning:
● Annually participate in reviewing and updating a Strategic Plan with Board of Directors and staff and monitor implementation of the strategic plan
● Align and evaluate OCCCDA’s programs, staffing, property management, and
community outreach in accordance with the strategic plan
Governance & Implementation of Mission:
● Maintain accountability to the Board to fulfill the mission of OCCCDA, as defined by the Board, existing by-laws, and the Strategic Plan, through bi-monthly meetings with the Board, and scheduled meetings with other committees, and the joint Property committee
● Practice effective, timely, accurate, and transparent communication with Board members as necessary for the Board to make informed decisions
● Responsible for working with the Board in recommending and recruiting new members to the board
● Maintain good working relations with Oxford Circle Mennonite Church through regular communication with its Pastor(s) and participation in bi-monthly leadership meetings
● Cooperatively engage the Board in strategic planning, policy decisions, and fundraising through Executive committee meetings, community, and donor events

Fund, Donor & Community Partnership Development (25%)
Fund Development:
● Develop resources sufficient to ensure the financial health of the organization
● Actively seek and maintain relations with private and public funders
● Oversee the acquiring of grant and other funding to maintain and expand strategic program provision
● In collaboration with the program staff and grant manager write, monitor, and fulfill reporting requirements for grants
Donor Development
● Cultivate donor giving and stewardship, including planned giving, major gifts, capital, and operating campaigns as required
● Supervise donor development staff to ensure regular communications with donors via print, in-person contact, and appropriate social media or marketing channels
Community Partnership Development:
● Establish and/or maintain effective working relationships with stakeholders, including city, state and federal government, business, school, and faith-affiliated partnerships, and supervise (staff) program directors engaged in stakeholder relationships
● Maintain and enhance OCCCDA visibility through active participation in professional, civic and private networks, and appropriate social media outlets.
● Strategically disseminate, along with (staff) program directors, the mission and vision of OCCCDA, and serve as its lead spokesperson to constituents, media, donors, funders, and general public

Organizational Operations & Leadership Development (25%)
Organizational & Leadership Development
● Hire managing/directing staff and supervise hiring and retention of competent, qualified staff
● Motivate and ensure staff are trained and developed to reach potential
● Annually evaluate managerial and directing staff and supervise evaluation of all staff
Operational Oversight
● Establish and implement administrative policies and procedures for all staff positions and day-to-day operation of the organizations’ 30-plus full or part time staff and volunteers
● Supervise program directors and and/or managers, oversee existing programs or implement/establish new programs to carry out stated goals; if program is grant-funded, oversee that grant stipulations are met
● Regularly assess program quality and annually assess implementation efficiency
● Ensure and evaluate that program provision is high-quality
● In coordination with Oxford Circle Mennonite Church and joint Property Committee, oversee OCCCDA assets, property and facilities
● Represent OCCCDA on agreements, notes, and other legally binding documents made and entered into and on behalf of the organization

Financial Management (35%)
● Prepare annual general and property budgets
● Oversee and prepare financial budgets and reports for grants
● Work with finance director and accounting firm on documentation for annual external audit
● Prepare and submit, with finance director, monthly financial statements, along with other documentation which accurately reflect the financial condition of the organization, to the board and property committee in timely fashion
● Operate within the approved budget to ensure maximum resource utilization and maintenance of the organization in a positive financial position
● Review and approve contracts and grants to ensure contract and budget compliance for organization
● Work with finance director and accounting firm to make sure financials are recorded accurately in Quickbooks and in compliance with grant guidelines

JOB QUALIFICATIONS:
Qualities & Commitments
● An understanding of and a commitment to carry out the mission of OCCCDA
● Servant leadership characterized by integrity and transparency
● Regularly participating member of a Christian congregation
● Christ-centered values in programming and governance decisions
Required Knowledge, Skills/Abilities, & Experience
● Master’s degree in Nonprofit Management, Business Administration, Public
Administration, or a related field with a minimum of 5 years’ experience in senior nonprofit management (An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.)
● Demonstrated track record of working effectively with Board of Directors
● Ability to convey OCCCDA’s vision and mission to staff, board, volunteers, and donors
● Proven experience engaging diverse stakeholder constituencies
● Excellent written and oral communication skills
● Proven organizational abilities in planning and program development
● Experience supervising direct reports and managing multiple staff
● Prior experience in non-profit or volunteer management a plus
● Extensive budget management skills, including budget preparation, analysis,
decision-making and reporting
● Experience with QuickBooks a plus
● Knowledge of fund and donor development practices specific to the non-profit sector
● Experience with public and private donor and funder network in the Philadelphia region a plus
HOW TO APPLY:
Qualified candidates are invited to submit a Cover Letter, Resume, and (3) professional references via email to jobs@occcda.org.
Attn: Board of Directors, Oxford Circle Christian Community Development Association
Subject: Executive Director Position