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.


Missio Seminary has an immediate opening for a Student Accounts Coordinator in the Business Office. The Student Accounts Coordinator will be a maturing Christian committed and able to articulate the missional vision of Missio Seminary to the seminary’s varied constituents.

Qualifications:

  1. Self-motivated team player and problem solver
  2. Handles all work with professionalism and confidentiality
  3. Able to complete several projects simultaneously to meet deadlines
  4. Demonstrated competence with a variety of software programs including Microsoft Office,
    particularly Excel, and Xero
  5. Accounting training or experience
  6. Able to communicate well orally and in written form
  7. Committed to high standards of discretion and handling personal information confidentially

This is a part time position (20 hours per week) at our Philadelphia location. For a complete job description please contact careers@missio.edu.

If interested in this position please submit a resume to:
Bea Barkley
HR Manager/Compliance Administrator
careers@missio.edu

Missio Seminary is seeking an ambassador to work with our director of student, church and alumni relations.

This is a stipend position based upon the accomplishment of stated goals over a one-year period, The ambassador will be responsible for hosting events, facilitating relationships, providing advocacy and advertising for Missio Seminary within their sphere of influence, including denomination, local church clergy, pastoral network, and local church. The result will be increased exposure, referrals, and financial support for Missio.

The Ambassador will be a person of maturing Christian faith who is committed to Missio’s mission and to the growth of the seminary. Other qualifications include:

  • A graduate of Missio Seminary or a pastor/ministry leader familiar with Missio Seminary’s mission and vision who has regional connections that will improve Missio’s exposure in the community
  • Personal and professional integrity
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Strong networking skills
  • Demonstrated experience in community engagement
  • A self-starter who is able to initiate and complete tasks on his/her own
  • Creative and entrepreneurial leader

This is a part-time position. Contact careers@missio.edu for a full job description.

Missio Seminary is seeking a student worker to serve as an administrative assistant with our director of student, church and alumni relations.

The part-time administrative assistant student worker will work approximately 15 hours per week. This person will provide general administrative support, serve as an additional contact to students, alumni and local churches, and provide support for the planning and execution of student, alumni and church events.

The Administrative Assistant will be a person of maturing Christian faith who is committed to Missio’s mission and to the growth of the seminary. Other qualifications include:

  • Personal and professional integrity
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Ability to work as a member of the staff team
  • Able to prioritize and complete several projects simultaneously to meet required deadlines
  • Detail-oriented
  • Technical and analytical skills
  • Ability to plan and execute outside events
  • Ability to plan and execute webinars
  • Computer skills, particularly with Microsoft Office products and database management software. Functional working knowledge of Constant Contact, Adobe, and design software preferred. Willing and able to learn new software as needed.

This is a part-time (15 hours per week) position. Contact careers@missio.edu for a full job description.


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 September 2020

(posted 9/9/20) – Mosaic Christian Fellowship’s vision as a church is to Reach, Embrace and Disciple. We seek to reach the lost in the various places where God send us, to embrace them in the gospel and to make disciples of them for God’s glory. We are Reformed in our theology and Presbyterian in our ecclesiology. We seek to be full of the Spirit and be on movement for the sake of mission. We are passionate about finishing the Great Commission by investing in unreached areas. We are a congregation of roughly 220 to 250 adults on Sundays between two services. Our congregation is predominantly Korean-American but have brothers and sisters from various backgrounds.

Our Children’s ministry is named MINIS and is comprised of children ages two to four years old. We currently have about twenty children attending on Sundays but anticipate continued growth. The ministry is a gospel-centered ministry overseen by a board of three members. There is a current staff of teachers and assistants who help to run the Sunday worship services.

Requirements

  • A love for working in teams and seeing teams thrive more than individual success
  • Enthusiasm and energy that comes from an excitement to serve the Lord! Enthusiasm and passion are contagious on a small staff like ours. The opposite is also contagious.
  • An open heart to become close teammates with staff and church members
  • Spirit led and prayerful in approach to ministry
  • Tendency to engage problems creatively and solve problems with perseverance
  • An excitement for learning and growth especially together
  • An excellent team builder
  • A drive to work hard derived from conviction from the Lord
  • A hunger to see families become Christ-centered and God honoring
  • An ability to teach and disciple parents in gospel-centered child-rearing
  • A deep love for children and a strong desire to see them grow to love the Lord
  • Seminary degree preferred
  • Ordination preferred but not required

Salary and Compensation

  • Full Time compensation based on experience
  • Health insurance and benefits
  • Two weeks of vacation

Job Description

Family Shepherding & Equipping

  • Shepherding and Counseling of families: visitations and meet-ups with families
  • Training and Equipping parents in Christian child-rearing: classes and seminars on discipling children
  • Creating and Leading family groups: training and establishing family group leaders
  • Classes & Seminars focused on faith in family: training couples in principles of godly marriage

Children’s Ministry

  • MINIS worship service: preaching for children’s service (5-10 min sermon)
  • Lead MINIS board meetings: provide spiritual oversight for the MINIS board
  • Training teachers for MINIS ministry: equipping teachers to play significant role in children’s ministry
  • Assisting parents in their shepherding of their own children: providing pastoral counsel for parents for children
  • Creating & Overseeing all MINIS events: building teams and utilizing teams effectively to run events
  • Communication and Collaboration with MINIS parents: create a culture of involvement and care among parents in MINIS

Please send cover letter and resume to njmosaicapplication@gmail.com.


Job Opportunities Posted in August 2020

(posted 8/24/2020) – The Wabash Center is very pleased to announce the search for a new Associate Director of Educational Design. The new hire will join our staff at a time of deepening our service to teaching and learning in religion and theological education. The new colleague will assist with diversifying and innovating our program.

Position Description

The Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning in Theology and Religion is funded by Lilly Endowment Inc., to enhance teaching of religious and theological studies in higher education. The Wabash Center embodies its mission for the support of faculty through such activities as: educational programming, networking/social media, regranting, and educational resources. The Associate Director of Educational Design is part of a staff that thinks creatively to organize, support, implement, and assess Wabash Center activities. Specifically, the work of the Associate Director of Educational Design includes assisting with overall administration of the programmatic life of the Wabash Center through critical knowledge of educational design, creativity, imagination and collaborative skills.

Key responsibilities

  • Participate as a team member to enhance, enrich and facilitate the mission of the Wabash Center
  • Assist with design, implementation, evaluation, and long-range planning of the overall programs of the Wabash Center with particular attention to the remote and online programming
  • Coordinate workshops, colloquies, salons, and seminars (on-campus, remote and online)
  • Cultivate and maintain relationships and partnerships with higher education groups and guilds (e.g. SBL, AAR, ATS, FTE, REA, etc.)
  • Represent the Wabash Center at professional society meetings, conferences, and in media events, as designated by the Director
  • Keep abreast of new developments with the scholarship of teaching and learning with particular emphasis upon religion and theology
  • Network with individuals and groups who are current participants and potential participants of the Wabash Center
  • Participate in the faculty life of the Wabash College, as time and interest warrants
  • Other duties as assigned by the Director

Qualifications & Skills

  • PhD degree or equivalent in fields related to religious education, religion and theology.
  • 5+ years of full-time teaching in the fields of religious education, theological or religious studies in higher education.
  • Previous experience managing educational programming and resources.
  • Highly values working collaboratively with a supervisor and team members in an ethos of creativity, respect, and collegiality.
  • Keen ability for collaborative creativity and imagination with a diversity of constituencies from across the U.S. and Canada who teach in a variety of fields and institutional contexts.
  • Knowledgeable about a variety of approaches and methods in adult pedagogy with expertise in remote pedagogies.
  • Knowledge in educational software (e.g. Canvas, Blackboard, Zoom, etc.).
  • Minimum of 5 years of experience with minoritized communities in higher education.
  • Knowledgeable of issues of race, class, gender diversities and articulate about the politics of diversity.
  • Knowledge of issues of racism, sexism, classism, homophobia, islamophobia, etc., and articulate about systemic and structural oppressions.
  • Knowledgeable about the wide range of cultural epistemologies and associated pedagogies
  • Excellent written, oral, and imagination skills.
  • Pro-active about and experienced working with issues of cultural competence, inclusion, and anti-racism.
  • Willingness to travel to workshop and conference locations that include overnight stays.
  • Gains satisfaction from interacting and working with teachers, confronting challenging problems in higher education, and learning new skills for better teaching and administration.

To apply, please visit Wabash College’s Human Resources website.

(posted 8/20/20) – We are a Christian family who lives in Mt. Airy and are looking to find a wonderful part-time nanny to help us care for our 5 yo and 2.5 yo daughters. Ideally, we are looking for someone M-F 8:30 AM-12:30 PM (although those hours could be a little flexible since we will both be working from home) who could start Aug 31st (also flexible). Responsibilities would include helping our 5 year-old with virtual kindergarten while caring for the toddler. The ideal person is creative, patient, attentive, and reliable. They also need to have their transportation and be following all the CDC social distancing guidelines.  Please contact Ashlee at aegrech@gmail.com if you’re interested in learning more!

We are also willing to split the job between two people, so if you are interested but don’t have availability every morning, please still reach out!

(posted 8/20/2020) – Springton Lake Presbyterian Church (SLPC) seeks a full-time Youth Director.

SLPC is a congregation of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) located in Newtown Square, PA, in the western suburbs of Philadelphia. Our growing church of 350 includes over 30 current Middle School and High School students, and over 60 elementary-age students providing significant growth opportunity for the youth program in the future.

The Youth Director is chiefly responsible for overseeing the Middle School and High School students of SLPC, encouraging them to live out their faith in every area of life. SLPC has an existing youth program, but seeks someone with the creativity, capability, and capacity to develop programs and strategies that will be even more effective in discipling and evangelizing the youth in our church and in our community. The Youth Director will work in close collaboration with the Associate Pastor, church leaders, and key parents of our youth.

Contact David White (dwhite@slpca.org) for a detailed job description. Interested applicants, please email David your cover letter, resume, and references.

(posted 8/10/2020)St. Paul’s Reformed Church of Clear Spring, MD (an hour and a half west of Washington, DC) is seeking a Senior Pastor to provide spiritual leadership for a Bible believing congregation. The ideal candidate will be an effective preacher with caring pastoral skills, inspire us with their sermons, encourage people to relate their faith to their daily lives, and be an effective communicator who can inspire our congregation to grow, especially the youth members. The candidate should be credentialed and ordained or willing to be credentialed and ordained with recognition through the Evangelical Association of Reformed and Congregational Christian Churches or other affiliated body. For a detailed job description of the position and application, please send a request to StPaulsReformedChurch@gmail.com.

How to Apply: Send a request for a detailed job application and application to  StPaulsReformedChurch@gmail.com.

(posted 8/20/2020) – The Cathedral of Prayer and Deliverance is seeking to fill the following position: Evangelist. Please send applications to the following email: admin@cpdicogic.org

The Evangelist serves as Cathedral of Prayer and Deliverance International (CPDI) COGIC’s face to Hammond communities, cultivating new relationships, promoting our dynamic learning community, and facilitating the integration of new people and companies with the CPDI community. The ideal candidate possesses a unique blend of community building, strategic partner marketing, charisma, and technical savvy. The Evangelist works dynamically based on the needs of the campus and interacts with internal and external stakeholders to achieve their goals.

Responsibilities:

  • Build excitement and passion around Cathedral of Prayer and Deliverance International offerings through a variety of methods, including event marketing, blog posts, discussions, conference attendance, press events, meetups, trade shows, etc.
  • Drive high-quality applicants to CPDI programs by becoming and remaining an expert in the company’s target initiatives.
  • Drive efforts to build local grassroots marketing efforts, including the creation of collateral and market positioning.
  • Identify and engage local strategic partners, influential thought-leaders, third-party communities, and vendors that can promote, enhance, and benefit from CPDI product offerings.
  • Bring appropriate events to the CPDI campus, and attend relevant events locally to build CPDI brand awareness.
  • Grow the entire ecosystem within CPDI including top-of-funnel applicants, by delivering articulate and effective content to target audiences.
  • Collaborate with HQ and internal teams to define the roadmap, market positioning, and promotion of educational offerings and developer initiatives.
  • Educate internal teams and leaders on emerging trends and themes in big and streaming data, web technologies, and data science.
  • Maintain knowledge of improvements in CPDI products and communicate the benefits of future releases.
  • Use metrics to analyze and track performance, collecting quantitative and qualitative data on prospective students, and synthesizing it into actionable guidance for campus operations.
  • Collect data (quantitative and qualitative) on all efforts, synthesize data into product and marketing feedback for campus operations, product, and marketing teams.

Expected Experience:

  • 2+ years of relevant professional experience in engaged community development, evangelism, event marketing, and technical program management.
  • Experience planning online and offline activities with a technical community, a broad technical network.
  • Experience blogging and/or writing technical or technical-adjacent promotional copy.
  • Available for evening and weekend events.
  • Flexibility to travel to attend and speak at conferences, to evangelize internally, and to inspire CPDI staff across campuses.

Nice to Have:

  • Robust portfolio of in-market tech communities, conference organizers, thought-leaders and industry experts. Existing credibility within and without the organization.
  • An existing follower base, as well as experience working directly with press and bloggers.
  • Experience with an agile project management philosophy/methodology.
  • Knowledge of event organizing software (Meetup, Eventbrite, etc.)
  • Knowledge of Google Apps (Gmail, Docs, Sheets, Slides, Drive, etc.)

Salary: $23,000 -$35,000, housing provided and relocation costs covered. CPDI provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender perception or identity, national origin, age, marital status, protected veteran status, or disability status.

(posted 8/20/2020) – The Cathedral of Prayer and Deliverance is seeking to fill the following position: Administrative Assistant. Please send applications to the following email: admin@cpdicogic.org. We’re a growing, Bible-based community in the greater Southeast Louisiana area with a passion for connecting people to Jesus & one another. You’ll be slaying it after 6 months if you’re relationally invested in the Crestwood community and prove yourself to be trusted and loyal.

What You’ll Actually Be Doing:

  • Support and assist the CPDI Ministry in small groups setup; including gathering and assimilating this information into a sustainable system.
  • Work with the administrative team to handle all detailed work of the campus.
  • Assist other staff at the campus when needed.
    Recruit/train/manage administrative volunteers as needed.
  • Help develop processes and procedures for the campus that are in alignment with overall protocol and procedure.
  • Manage databases for Pastor.
  • Manage emails, phone calls, calendars, and correspondence for Pastor.
  • Build and maintain appropriate relationships between other organizations and churches.
  • Assist in planning and preparation for group events.
  • Handle all Social Media platforms, as needed, for the campus.

Our Must-Haves:

  • Ability to handle highly confidential information with integrity.
  • Plan and manage the office work flow with clear direction, expectations, and delegation of tasks and projects to appropriate team members.
  • Highly relational and ability to connect with a wide variety of people in different settings.
  • High capacity to prioritize and organize duties for multiple people or events at the same time.
  • 3-5 years of ministry or volunteer experience; previous administrative assistant experience preferred, not required.
  • Bachelor’s Degree required.
  • Engaged member of Cathedral of Prayer and Deliverance Inc., COGIC (or willing to become one); supports our Statement of Faith and submits to the leadership established by the church.

If you’re being called to impact the Kingdom in this way, apply now!

(posted 8/20/2020) – The Cathedral of Prayer and Deliverance is seeking to fill the following position: Missions and Outreach Director. Please send applications to the following email: admin@cpdicogic.org.

The Cathedral of Prayer and Deliverance International COGIC is seeking an experienced development professional to temporarily fill a key role on a full-time basis. The individual selected will help to grow our network for both fundraising and outreach.

Duties:

The Outreach Coordinator works primarily in the community to create networks and working relationships with stakeholders and community members. This position assist in the scheduling and coordination of intakes. The Outreach Coordinator will collaborate with all providers involved in the intake process maintain an active schedule to ensure a smooth transition of services from provider to consumers.

The responsibilities of this position are as follows:

  • Developing, implementing, evaluating, and managing an outreach program that will provide support to CPDI’s missions programs.
  • Conducting frequent presentations to the Administration and the Board of Directors.
  • Developing and coordinating outreach strategies for the church community.
  • Coordinating federal grants and exemptions.
  • Working closely with local county offices in their efforts to secure exemptions for the use of child support incentive funding and assisting in locating community resources, developing budgets, and monitoring performance outcomes.
  • Communication: Establish and maintain positive relationships and open lines of communication with stakeholders, including schools and community partners regarding recruitment and training opportunities.
  • Outreach: Schedule regular exhibitions in the community and maintain a calendar of outreach activities, including community events, workshops, appearances and other communication opportunities.
  • Recruitment: Design and implement an overall recruiting strategy including, writing and posting job descriptions on career websites.
  • Admissions: Conduct interviews with individuals and review applications to assess trainees’ qualifications and fit for a program.
  • Onboarding: Onboard candidates in pre-training orientation; coordinate drug testing, health screening and background check with candidates.
  • Reporting: Manage trainee data, including enrollments, withdrawals, transcripts, test scores, background checks, demographics, alumni employment surveys, etc.
  • Professional development: Engage in coaching conversations, staff meetings, and seek educational opportunities; professional publications; professional networks; professional organizations to develop knowledge and professional skills.
  • Evaluation and feedback: Evaluate outreach and admissions metrics on a quarterly basis.

Key Preparation:

  • Knowledge of computers and Microsoft Office Suite, Google Suite
  • Experience working with, inputting and evaluating data in platforms such as Efforts Towards Outcomes (ETO)
  • Ability to evaluate and suggest current and emerging technologies to support database management

This employer maintains and complies with its Compliance & Privacy Program and Standards of Conduct, including the immediate reporting of any known or suspected unethical or questionable behaviors or conduct; patient/employee safety, patient privacy, and/or other compliance-related concerns.
The employer is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, or disability status.

(posted (8/20/2020) – The Cathedral of Prayer and Deliverance International COGIC is now taking applications for a full-time Development Coordinator. This position will be an integral part of the development team to support and implement fundraising efforts for the Cathedral and other outreach services. This position will support the development efforts with a special focus on annual operations fundraising including grant management, special events, and direct mail appeals.

The Development Coordinator performs duties and responsibilities in a manner consistent with the mission and core values of the Cathedral of Prayer and Deliverance International COGIC (CPDI) which is to improve the quality life in our region through compassionate service and outreach to our most vulnerable neighbors, by doing together what can best be done together in the name of Jesus Christ.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Manages special events and fundraisers for CPDI.
  • Responsible for volunteer cultivation and management for special events.
  • Develops written communications primarily for direct mail appeals.
  • Manages the annual Grant Calendar for submission, delivery, packaging, and reporting requirements.
  • Compiles data, statistics, stories, and reporting to support the grant proposal.
  • Researches and identifies funding opportunities from private and public foundations and/or entities.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in non-profit, marketing, communications, journalism, hospitality management or equivalent work experience along with two or more years prior fundraising experience with a non-profit, especially in an annual fund capacity is preferred.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills including a strong working knowledge of the English language and grammar.
  • Candidate must demonstrate excellent writing skills, editing, and proofreading skills in a variety of mediums for communication.
  • Intrinsically motivated with little required supervision to complete assigned tasks.
  • Ability to work within a team atmosphere in achieving goals.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and presentational skills to small and large groups.
  • Event management experience from initial planning to implementation.
  • Ability to work well under pressure and quickly solve problems especially as it relates to special event planning.
  • Lead committee meetings and engage volunteers for special events/fundraisers.
  • Ability to manage volunteers to fulfill their mission to serve and have a gratifying volunteer experience.
  • Comfortable with one-on-one conversations with donors and volunteers (in person, phone, email).
  • Effectively work with a variety of offices and outreach services to support the mission of the organization.
  • A high level of confidence working with current technology and communication tools.
  • Ability to analyze data to guide strategies for fundraising primarily as it relates to donor cultivation and stewardship.
  • A working knowledge of Giftworks gift tracking or similar program is preferred but not required.
  • Comfortable working in a faith-led environment and working with the faith community and churches with a variety of denominations.

The Cathedral of Prayer and Deliverance International COGIC is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against applicants or employees because of race, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, religion, or disability status of qualified individuals.

Please send applications to the following email: admin@cpdicogic.org.


Job Opportunities Posted in June/July 2020

(posted 7/29/20) – St. Louis Chinese Gospel Church (CGC) is prayerfully seeking a full-time pastor to join our pastoral team and lead the youth ministries of our church. We are a multilingual Asian-American church with a multi-generational and cross-cultural membership. Founded in 1924, CGC is a reformed evangelical, non-denominational church with a vision to reach out and impact the greater St. Louis community with the Gospel.

We are seeking a pastor who is transformed by the Holy Spirit, a man after God’s own heart, devoted to prayer and called specifically into full-time youth ministry. He must possess the love of a shepherd and a desire to establish committed relationships with the CGC youth and their families. We encourage the pastor and his family (if applicable) to engage in the ministries of CGC and to become an integral part of the CGC family.

Qualifications and Expectations

  • MDiv preferred and legal status to reside and work in the United States. Experience in multicultural (preferably Asian-American) ministries is desirable.
  • Applicants will be expected to keep regular office hours in the church and be able to work alongside our Pastor of Chinese Ministries, Pastor of English Ministries, Board of Elders and other church staff, boards and committees.
  • Applicants and their spouses (if applicable) must wholeheartedly affirm the CGC statement of faith, become members of CGC, and live a life consistent with Biblical principles.

Interested candidates are requested to download and complete the application form (www.stlcgc.org/job-openings). Please email your completed application form and optional resume to the Pastor of Youth Ministries Search Committee (PYMSC). The search committee will review and notify you of the status of your application in a timely manner. Any information you provide will remain confidential. If you have any questions about the position or experience any difficulties in downloading the form, please feel free to email or call us.

(posted 7/24/2020) – Oreland Evangelical Presbyterian Church seeks a full-time Communications Specialist to produce exceptional media campaigns (web, print, electronic, social media, etc.) and worship materials that reflect the mission and values of Oreland Evangelical Presbyterian Church and creatively engage the congregation and community at large.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor Degree or 2+ years of relevant experience in communications/marketing.
  • Strong Microsoft Office Skills: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, Adobe Photoshop & Illustrator.
  • Experience with Website administration, technology and maintenance.
  • Experience with Graphic Design.
  • Familiar with CloverSites website, Proclaim worship software, Campaign Monitor and Church Windows database is a plus.

Resumes may be submitted by August 17, 2020 to personnel@orelandpres.org or Personnel Committee, Oreland EPC, 1119 Church Road, Oreland, PA  19075.

See the job description for more information:   www.orelandpres.org/job-postings

(7/22/2020) – Serge is a non-profit, mission-sending agency dedicated to sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ and bringing positive transformation to communities worldwide. We’re seeking a part-time Administrative Assistant to join the Mobilization Department in our home office, working to mobilize the US church into God’s global mission, with particular focus on the recruitment of short and long-term overseas missionaries. The Administrative Assistant will support project management, maintain field staff prospect data, liaise with the Serge communications team, and coordinate intern program logistics. Part-time hours are 20 per week with paid leave and 401(k) retirement benefits. If you have a passion to advance the Gospel and the expertise for this key role, we invite you to apply. Qualified applicants will have experience in administration, computer systems and software, and data and project management.

Responsibilities:

  • Act as administrator for Mobilization Department (MOB) by assisting MOB director in department budgeting and financial control, and coordinating communications, deadlines, and meetings with the MOB team.
  • Assist with project management for MOB by identifying areas for improvement in processes and function, and by managing projects as assigned by MOB director.
  • Maintain Salesforce database of missionary staff across all departments for overall quality control of database and creation of data reports; troubleshoot workflows or other data needs with Data Specialist.
  • Register recruiters for conferences and coordinate provision of necessary booth equipment, lead collection devices, and digital forms; manage event data in Salesforce and coordinate follow-up with contacts.
  • Coordinate logistics for Intern Program by assisting Internships Coordinator, in consultation with the team leaders on field locations and the Finance department, to create and allocate budgets, purchase plane tickets, secure venues/housing, and coordinate meals for intern trainings, deployments, and debriefings.
  • Collaborate with Serge’s Communications department for MOB-related communications projects, and help plan and provide content for website, print material, and social media promotion of mobilization opportunities.

Requirements:

  • A personal relationship with Jesus Christ and genuine desire to work in a dynamic, mission-driven environment, applying one’s knowledge, skills, and abilities to advance the Gospel.
  • Demonstrates commitment to Serge Vision, Mission and Values.
  • Experiences, embraces, and effectively communicates the gospel concepts of repentance, forgiveness, and the daily application of God’s grace in life, work, and relationships.
  • Exhibits grace and exercises discretion in all interactions internally and externally and possesses strong interpersonal skills with an ability to engage, support, and communicate effectively.
  • Bachelor’s degree or comparable experience in a related field.
  • Minimum four years’ experience in a position requiring administrative excellence.
  • Proficient with MS Word/Excel, MAC OS, Google products/applications (including Google Drive, Google Docs, Google Sheets, GMail), Zoom, and ability to quickly learn new web-based software and applications.
  • Experience with Salesforce or other CRM software is a plus.
  • Ability to take initiative/self-motivate, learn quickly, and adapt to changes in tasks, projects and environment.
  • Possesses a high level of discretion and interpersonal skills to handle sensitive and confidential situations.
  • Strong attention to detail in typing, composing, editing, establishing priorities, and meeting deadlines.
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and to handle multiple competing tasks and demands.

To Apply, send resume and cover letter with salary requirement to Anita Wessner at HR@serge.org. For more information about our mission agency, visit www.serge.org.

(posted 7/17/20) – Church Extension Ministries of the BFC is the mission of the BFC charged with planting new BFC churches. You can learn more about Church Extension at www.churchplantingbfc.org  and the BFC at www.mybfc.org.

Currently we have the need for Church Planters:

  • In Milford, DE – Hope Community Mission Church. A multi-cultural developing church plant in a growing area with wonderful potential for a viable church.
  • In Woolwich Township, NJ with the town of Swedesboro at the center of the township. Woolwich is the fastest growing township in New Jersey.

Church Extension offers training, a church planting assessment, assistance with raising support, ongoing coaching and assistance, significant planting tools along with several of our established churches in the vicinity of both these planting sites who are willing to come alongside the planters.

If you are interested in entering the most challenging and rewarding ministry in the Kingdom, church planting, contact Director David Gundrum at 610-554-1464 or davgun@dejazzd.com.

(posted 6/26/2020) – Manoa Community Church is seeking a full-time Worship Director to lead the congregation in musical worship and to “grow, equip and send“ future worship leaders and musicians. He/She is also responsible for training and shepherding Manoa’s worship team, AVL team, and overseeing the worship portion of our service(s), including musical selection and arrangements. This Worship Director will report directly to the Pastor. We believe this role is critical for accomplishing our mission, “to fill Havertown, Delaware County, Philadelphia, and the ends of the earth with the glorious Gospel of Jesus Christ.”

For more information or to apply, visit manoa.org/worshipdirector

(updated 6/23/20) – Westminster Presbyterian Church is seeking a Women’s Ministry Director who will work alongside the Pastoral Staff to train, mentor and equip the women of the church to multiply disciples of Jesus Christ. This is a full-time salaried position with benefits. Learn more and apply at www.westpca.com/job-opportunities

Email Contact: york@westpca.com
Subject Line: RE: Women’s Ministry Director
Attention: Dr. Tucker York
Address: 2151 Oregon Pike, Lancaster, PA 17601

(posted 6/10/2020) – Vision Video is looking for a Marketing Director.

General Qualifications

  • Leader and willing to learn
  • Strong communication skills both oral and written
  • Proficient in Excel and Microsoft office
  • Full time ( would consider part time)

Marketing Qualifications

  • Couple of years of Experience in Marketing or Sales
  • Social, print, online marketing experience a plus
  • Experience with Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest, Youtube, Vimeo, and others
  • Adobe Creative Suite experience is a plus
  • Proficiency Google Adwords and Analytics
  • Be able to build marketing campaigns around a unifying theme to multiple demographics
  • Fund Raising for non-profit experience a plus

Please send resume to Bill Curtis (bill@visionvideo.com).

(posted 6/3/2020) – There is an opening for a full-time Children’s Ministry Director at New Life Presbyterian Church Philadelphia, which is an urban, multi-ethnic church in the Olney section of Philadelphia. Our vision is to be a thriving family in the city where the broken from all nations are made alive and whole, finding hope and purpose in Jesus. A core feature of the church since its founding in 1983 has always been to provide excellent ministry to families with children.

The New Life Children’s Ministry serves children from birth through fifth grade in the church and runs a five day-a-week after school program for elementary school children (Grades K-6) which is licensed by the PA Department of Public Welfare.

Contact with any question and full job description here: Newlifesearchcommittee@gmail.com

(posted 6/3/2020) – Grace Chapel seeks a Youth Ministry Intern who will:

  • Help lead and shape our youth ministry to align with our congregation’s mission.
  • Help equip students for life and ministry through Sunday morning Bible studies, Sunday evening youth group and other events
  • Help the adult and teen leaders implement yearly plans, weekly youth studies, special events, retreats and service opportunities.
  • Help create inter-generational relationships in the congregation & in the community.

We can provide:

  • Housing (church parsonage) & stipend. These are available for discussion.

When:

  • Begin Aug/Sept 2020.

We’re looking for someone:

  • Who is in agreement with Grace Chapel’s doctrinal statement.
  • Who is passionate about discipleship ministry. Experience in a local church context is a plus.
  • Who is willing to grow in personal faith; desires doing gospel ministry in partnership with others.

Contact:


Job Opportunities Posted in April/May 2020

(posted 5/22/2020) – Do today’s challenges leave you re-evaluating your ministry options? If you find yourself needing more financial support you can obtain it while expanding your personal ministry at the same time! We would like to invite you to consider the Air Force as an option for ministry expansion part-time as a reserve or a full-time active duty chaplain. Both paths earn you outstanding healthcare options, added income, and an opportunity to serve your country. Basic requirements for both the reserve and active duty paths are a 72 hour graduate degree, ecclesiastical endorsement, and passing a health review. Contact our office where an Air Force Chaplain Corps recruiter is waiting to engage you about the Air Force ministry. Email us for more information at afrs.chaplains@us.af.mil.

Toll Free: 1-800-803-2452 | Commercial: 210-565-0335 | DSN: 312-665-0335

(posted 5/20/2020) – Interserve USA is looking for a Personnel Director to provide spiritual oversight, direction, and management for the personnel department.

Interserve is an interdenominational and international community of evangelical Christians that exists to make Jesus Christ known through wholistic ministry, in partnership with the global church, among the neediest peoples of Asia and the Arab world.

The US office is located in Upper Darby, Pennsylvania and fields over 120 Partners. The ten-member Personnel Department oversees recruitment, the application process, Candidate assessment, and coordination of field placements of all those applying for short term and career service. The Personnel Department also services the personnel needs of Partners during their tenure with Interserve. This includes facilitating the relationships between overseas Partners and their supporters, the coordination of Partners’ Home Assignment activities, including travel to and from the field, deputation, medical, spiritual and psychological care, as well as other personnel needs Partners have while in this country.

In addition to sharing a passion for our mission, the successful candidate will have a high emotional intelligence, good communication skills, and enjoy a collaborative working environment. They will excel at team leadership and enjoy creating and implementing new initiatives. Applicants with experience living and working abroad are highly desired.

For a full job description, contact Dr. Patrick Krayer, Executive Director at Patrick.Krayer@interserveusa.org

(posted 5/19/2020) – American Asphalt is an amazing family oriented company. We are looking for a Human Resources Generalist to join our team and implement various human resources programs. HR Generalists have a broad knowledge of human resources functions, from hiring to onboarding and from employee compensation to evaluation. If you have a passion for HR, are familiar with labor law and look to kickstart your career in the field, this is the place to be. Your role as an HR Generalist will be far from one-dimensional. You’ll undertake a wide range of HR tasks, like organizing trainings, administering employee benefits and leaves and crafting HR policies. You will use Human Resources Information Systems to ensure all employee records are up-to-date and confidential. You’ll act as the main point of contact for employees’ queries on HR-related topics. The goal is to ensure the HR department’s operations will be running smoothly and effectively to deliver maximum value to the organization as a whole. MUST BE cognizant of sensitivity and confidentiality of all aspects of HR and Payroll.

Responsibilities:

  • Administer benefit plans. Participate in annual compliance processes.
  • Assist in talent acquisition and recruitment processes
  • Conduct employee onboarding and help organize training & development initiatives
  • Provide support to employees in various HR-related topics such as leaves and compensation and resolve any issues that may arise
  • Promote HR programs to create an efficient and conflict-free workplace
  • Assist in development and implementation of human resource policies
  • Undertake tasks around performance management
  • Gather and analyze data with useful HR metrics, like time to hire and employee turnover rates
  • Organize quarterly and annual employee performance reviews
  • Maintain employee files and records in electronic and paper form
  • Enhance job satisfaction by resolving issues promptly, applying new perks and benefits and organizing team building activities
  • Ensure compliance with labor regulations
  • Key player for Safety Committee and developing safety culture
  • Responsible for compliance reporting – EEOC, unemployment, employee verification. All administrative functions of HR and payroll
  • Serve as back up to Payroll Administrator.
  • Provide UNMATCHED customer services to all employees

Skills:

  • Proven experience as an HR Generalist
  • Understanding of general human resources policies and procedures
  • Good knowledge of employment/labor laws
  • Outstanding knowledge of MS Office (must be highly proficient in Excel); HRIS systems
  • Excellent communication and people skills
  • Aptitude in problem-solving
  • Desire to work as a team with a results driven approach
  • BS/BA in Business administration or relevant field
  • Additional HR training will be a plus
  • Strong payroll knowledge and understanding required
  • Ability to handle confidential information professionally

If you’re a self-starter, who can also work in a team, and you’re willing to learn and take initiative, please send your resume. We’re looking for one dynamic person to join our team and truly make a significant impact immediately.

This is a full-time job with a salary of $18-22 per hour.

Application Questions:

  • How many years of Excel experience do you have?
  • How many years of HR Generalist experience do you have?
  • How many years of Payroll experience do you have?
  • What percentage of the time are you willing to travel for work?
  • Why are you interested in this job?

For more information or to apply, please contact Amy Gopshes at AGopshes@americanasphaltcompany.com.

(posted 5/13/20) – Young Life is seeking volunteers (10-13 hours per week) to help start a group in Bucks county (Pennridge and Council Rock high schools). The purpose of Young Life is to present the Gospel of Jesus Christ in a relational and incarnational manner to teenagers so that they may be able to know and respond to Him.

Responsibilities:

  • One general and one personal contact time with kids outside of meetings per week.
  • Regularly attend and participate in weekly club meetings.
  • Be available for weekend and summer camps.
  • Lead or participate in a Campaigners group.
  • Attend all leadership and team meetings.

Qualifications:

  • Have a growing relationship with Jesus Christ.
  • Have an ability and desire to communicate with teenagers.
  • Have a willingness to be trained.
  • Be involved in a local church.
  • Be willing to make a two-year commitment to ministry.

Application: If you were creating this job description, what changes might you make? If you were to create a wish-list regarding what you would receive as a leader in terms of training and support, what would you include on that list?

Contact Jason Lollar with questions or applications: jlollar1316@gmail.com.

(posted 5/13/20) – The Highland Park Church of God, a congregation with an average attendance of 80-100 people, established in Gloucester City, New Jersey in 1914, is looking for an Associate Pastor. The Associate Pastor will assist the senior pastor in carrying out the ministry of the church and raising up the next generation of Jesus followers. The main responsibilities will involve assuming the pastoral role in senior pastor’s absence, building relationships within the church: discipling, teaching, mentoring, shepherding; and building relationships in the community, welcoming them as they come, and assimilating newcomers into the body of the church.

Responsibilities include:

  • Fill in when the senior pastor is ill or out of town: handle emergency situations, preach/teach/lead services
  • Support the senior pastor in carrying out the ministry of the church
  • Be heavily involved in outreach, building relationships in the community.
  • Provide Biblical teaching and counseling.
  • Be available to conduct or assist with funerals and weddings

Compensation:

  • Salary package of $25,000
  • Parsonage valued at $20,000
  • Vacation time and Continuing Education time available

For more information or to apply, please contact Rev. Debra Conner (debconner824@gmail.com).

(posted 4/6/20) – I am the administrator of a Hospice Program in Ewing, NJ. I am in need of a Spiritual and Bereavement Chaplin that would provide services to a range of faiths. The position would begin part time and fairly quickly evolve to a full time position (after this crazy virus is over). This position requires a MDiv.

For more information or to apply, contact Rona Wiedmayer at rwiedmayer@greenwoodhouse.org.

(posted 4/2/20) – Oreland Evangelical Presbyterian Church has an opening for a Communications Specialist. This is a full time position that  is responsible for all aspects of the church’s communications.

Areas of responsibilities include:

  • Communications / Publicity – Develop and coordinate OEPC’s publicity, message and branding for the church and its ministry. Prepare press releases and submit to print, websites, online, cable and radio platforms.
  • Worship – Produce weekly worship service bulletins and prayer booklets.  Prepare worship PowerPoint slides.  Works with Proclaim worship software.
  • Graphic Design – Design publications, invitations, flyers, songbooks, nametags, and other print pieces for OEPC ministries and events.
  • Newsletters / E-news – Responsible for the weekly OEPC e-news through Campaign Monitor. OEPC Monthly News-in-Brief newsletter editor. 
  • Webmaster Editor – Responsible for designing and administrating the Church’s and Preschool’s websites.
  • Social Media – Oversee all of OEPC’s Social Media communications and policies.
  • Welcoming Visitors and Members – Welcome and serve members, preschool parents and children, vendors and the general public.
  • General – Demonstrated commitment to the Christian Faith.  Able to affirm and support Oreland Evangelical Presbyterian Church’s “Statement of Faith and Statement of Mission.”

Qualifications:

  • Non-exempt position. 35-40 hour work week, Monday through Friday.
  • Bachelor Degree or minimum of 2 years of relevant experience in communications/marketing.
  • Strong Microsoft Office Skills: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, Adobe Photoshop & Illustrator.
  • Experience with Website administration, technology and maintenance.
  • Experience with Graphic Design.
  • Familiar with CloverSites website, Proclaim worship software, Campaign Monitor and Church Windows database is a plus.

See the job description for more information.  www.orelandpres.org/job-postings. Resumes may be submitted to personnel@orelandpres.org or Personnel Committee, Oreland EPC, 1119 Church Road, Oreland, PA  19075.


Job Opportunities Posted in March 2020

(3/26/20) – Under the general direction of the supervisory chaplain, the incumbent is responsible for the organization, supervision, and administration of religious programs as well as other religious activities that may be designated by proper authority. The incumbent’s duties are determined and influenced by a conscientious adherence to the basic principles and theology of the employee’s faith tradition. These duties include complete services of care, worship, and instruction called for by the rights, privileges, and obligations of the incumbent’s ordination (or its equivalent), and accommodation of religious practices in support of the Constitution’s First Amendment right to the free exercise of religion.

Along with all other correctional institution employees, incumbent is charged with responsibility for maintaining security of the institution. The staff correctional responsibilities precede all others required by this position and are performed on a regular and recurring basis.

Requirements:

  • All applicants must possess a Bachelor’s Degree (any discipline) from an accredited college, and a Master of Divinity degree consisting of 80 hours or equivalent education from an accredited residential seminary or school of theology.
  • At least two years, or 4,174 hours, of pastoral/spiritual leadership experience in a congregational or specialized ministry setting within the endorsing body after formal ministerial preparation. Clinical Pastoral Education, a valuable training experience for chaplains, may satisfy up to one year, or 2,087 hours, of the requirement of pastoral/spiritual experience.
  • An Ecclesiastical Endorsement attests to: the applicant’s suitability for correctional ministry, support for his or her candidacy, a clear assurance statement that the applicant has no present or past legal or moral barrier to congregational ministry, and an affirmation that the applicant will facilitate inmates of all faiths opportunities to pursue individual religious beliefs and practices. The applicant’s relationship to the endorsing body must reflect a minimum two-year association before endorsement.

For more information and to apply: www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/563722100

(3/25/20) – The Director of Student Ministries must be convinced of his call to vocational ministry. The Director is responsible for the overall growth and development of the student ministry and oversight of the children’s ministries. The Director will work with Pastoral Staff and Elders to cast vision and develop strategies to effectively come alongside parents to raise their children to know Christ and grow in Him. The Director will also oversee ministry health in accord with Faith BFC’s mission and vision to God’s glory.

This is a part-time, hourly position with a maximum of 20 hours per week. An expense account would be provided to cover mileage expenses, professional development and conferences, contacts, subscriptions, dues, books and resources.

Minimum Requirements:

  •  In agreement with the BFC Faith & Order, and in alignment with FBFC philosophy of ministry and discipleship.
  • Preferred minimum of 3-5 years of ministry experience.
  • Minimum of a high school diploma and at least 3-years of theological training or its equivalent.

For more information or to apply, contact pastor Andrew Crossgrove (acrossgrove@faithbfc.org | 215-256-6026)

Faith Bible Fellowship Church
140 Harleysville Pike
Harleysville, PA 19438
www.faithbfc.org

(3/17/2020) – First Baptist Church in Afton, NY seeks Music/Youth Pastor to teach and shepherd people to love God and others, grow as Christ-followers devoted to serving one another, and multiply disciples, specifically in the areas of music and youth ministry. The music/youth pastor will be the “producer” of each worship service and special programs. He will work in accordance with the other pastors (and elders) in terms of setting the theme and the overall direction, but he will work specifically in overseeing and coordinating all the details that a service encompasses. He will seek to multiply young disciples and grow them as Christ-followers. Since this position is a pastoral one, he is therefore required to serve not solely as a musical or youth director but also as a shepherd to the people who serve in these ministries.

General Responsibilities include:

  • Spend time developing relationships with lost people to be personally effective in pursuing the Great Commission and helping the church to do the same.
  • Develop a youth ministry that aligns with the mission of our church.
  • Build the necessary teams to carry out the music and youth ministries of FBC Afton.
  • Coordinate the corporate worship services of FBC Afton with prayer, conceptual forethought, theological accuracy, and musical appropriateness.
  • Ensure that all the musical and technical aspects of the service advance the current theme.
  • Oversee song and choral selection, media preparation and presentation, sound and lighting enhancements, and coordination of all instrumentalists, vocalists, and dramatists.
  • Create set lists and transition outlines.
  • Strategize youth ministry to be unified with the overarching vision of our church.
  • Provide pastoral care and teaching for music teams, youth workers, and youth.
  • Oversee the music and teen volunteers, organization, and, along with the treasurer, the budget.
  • Serve as an elder, providing oversight in at least one specific organizational method.
  • Set annual goals for the music and teen ministry then evaluate how those goals were attained or modified during the year.

The Music/Youth Pastor will be compensated with an annual base salary (30-35K) and a housing and utilities package set by the Trustees and voted on by the congregation. For more details or information visit our website at www.fbcafton.org, or contact Pastor Josh Clink at jclink91@gmail.com.

(3/17/2020) – Tenth Preschool is looking for Teachers for the 2020-2021 school year to join our amazing and dedicated staff. Located in the heart of Center City, this Christian preschool provides quality education for children while building community among families. Experienced teachers are encouraged to apply. All positions are part-time from late August to June. If interested, please send a cover letter and resume to Pam Nothacker at pnothacker@tenth.org.  Visit tenth.org/careers for more details.

(3/17/2020) – Currently in the midst of an unprecedented season of revitalization, Park Road Presbyterian Church is eagerly seeking an Assistant Pastor with the appropriate calling and gifting to join our pastoral team as we continue in a new season of mission and ministry.

Following our relocation to a new building on Easter Sunday 2019, Park Road has nearly doubled in worship service attendance and seen 24 covenant partners officially join our church family. We’ve also started 6 new small groups, seen hundreds attend our outreach events, and released volunteers to serve in school, homeless shelters, & women’s shelters. The Assistant Pastor will work closely with the Senior Pastor and Session, helping equip volunteers and provide leadership in at least the following areas:

  • Student ministry (Grades 6-12)
  • Spiritual formation (small groups and Sunday school)
  • Community outreach

As gifting and capacity allow, the assistant pastor will also assist in pastoral care, counseling, preaching, and leadership development. The right candidate is a seminary graduate or actively pursuing seminary training. The position requires strong organizational, communication, and relational skills.

This is a full time position with health benefits; salary is commensurate with education and experience. Park Road currently has a Senior Pastor, a business manager, a part-time children’s ministry director, and a part-time worship leader. Park Road’s current Assistant Pastor has received a call to serve with the Church of Scotland.

For more information or to apply, please contact Senior Pastor Christopher DiVietro at Chris@parkroadchurch.com or 610-375-3389.

(3/17/2020) – Immanuel Leidy’s Church is seeking a full-time ordained minister for the position of Senior Pastor to serve our congregation. We are a reformed, non-denominational church, affirming that the Bible is the inerrant Word of God. We are a 400+ member church located in the Philadelphia suburbs, with 150+ year tenure serving the local community and the world.

The ideal candidate must demonstrate a deep personal relationship with Jesus Christ which is evidenced in daily life and exhibited through the character qualities as described in 1 Timothy 3:1-7.

The ideal candidate should be experienced in Biblically based, expositional preaching that will both feed and challenge the flock in their spiritual growth. This position requires strong administrative skills that will lead and help develop 9+ staff and the elder board. We desire someone gifted in teaching the Word to a variety of ages and abilities of understanding and to arrange for learning opportunities across a spectrum of biblical themes. The candidate must be able to aid in developing the lay leadership both in their spiritual walk and their leadership qualities.

Compensation package will include salary and benefits.

Interested parties should read the full Job Description and follow the steps to apply at www.leidyschurch.org/jobs.

(3/4/20) – First Baptist Church of Woodsown, NJ seeks a Youth Pastor/Leader. The position is for 25-30 hours per week; the salary package includes housing and a reimbursable expense account.

Background Requirements:

  • A committed and maturing follower of Jesus Christ.
  • A love for youth and a passion for evangelism and outreach.
  • Experience as an engaging teacher with a strong Biblical and theological background.
  • An undergraduate degree and/or ministry experience.
  • Self-motivated, as well as a team player.
  • Strong organizational and communication skills.
  • Ability to recruit, train, and supervise volunteers.
  • High energy, reliable, and compassionate.
  • Demonstrate the ability to effectively work through challenging issues and struggles that teenagers face, while offering them biblical solutions and counsel.
  • Pastoral experience is not required, but a pastoral heart is.
  • CPR/First Aid (training will be provided by the church, if needed, within the first 90 days).

Ministry Responsibilities:

  • Initiate and oversee the youth programs implementing biblical training, worship, discipleship, leadership teams (Youth and Adult), outreach, and fellowship.
  • Cultivate relationships with the youth.
  • Facilitating weekly programming, activities, missions and events; coordinating the details needed to maintain a robust youth ministry.
  • Reach out to the unchurched youth of the local community and become actively involved in community matters.
  • Work cooperatively with and enlist the involvement and assistance of parents.
  • Attend worship services, church events, and the Board of Christian Education meetings.
  • Communicate activities of the youth to the community and church membership, and write a monthly youth related article for the Church Crier and other relevant bulletin/media communications.
  • Serve under the day-to-day supervision of the Lead Pastor.
  • Be directly responsible to the Church through the Board of Deacons.
  • Provide a written annual report to the congregation and participate in a yearly performance review.

For more information or two apply, contact Rev. Tim Joyce at 856-769-0214 or tim@fbcwoodstown.org

(3/3/20) – Good Works, Inc. has an opening for a Summer Internship scheduled for June 7 to August 8th, 2020 in Athens, Ohio. This will be the 23rd year of this internship experience where we create space for God to work through us as we love and serve adults and children who struggle with rural poverty and homelessness.

This opportunity is ideal for people who love Jesus and who have a growing love for adults and children who struggle with poverty. Our summer ministry is especially focused on discipleship and ministry with children/teens and adults struggling with poverty especially widows. Interns serve alongside the full-time Good Works staff as we reach out to widows at their homes, host an every-day kids discovery club and lunch and care for adult and children experiencing homelessness. Interns also provide leadership to our week-long short-term mission teams (we call them Work Retreats) who come to serve alongside us.  Interns learn more about what it means to be the kind of worshippers that the Father seeks.

lnterns are encouraged to explore and discover the natural and spiritual gifts, and explore they’re calling, and vocation in ministry.  Interns live in Christian community at The Good Works Hannah House and grow in their understanding and experience of leadership development.  This is our 9-week, paid internship. Room and board are provided in addition to a stipend.

People who want to learn more should visit good-works.net/internships/summer-service-internship. To request an application or more information, contact email@good-works.net


Job Opportunities Posted in February 2020

(2/27/20) – Embrace Church in Conshohocken is currently seeking a part-time pastor to lead our children’s ministry.

Responsibilities include:

  • Leading an hour-long worship on Sunday morning
  • Briefly working with youth volunteers each week
  • Attend monthly meetings with ministry leaders
  • Attend monthly meetings with ministry pastors
  • Leading a Children’s program for our annual retreat.

Please contact Joseph Chung (josephchung76@gmail.com) for more information.

(2/25/20) – United States Penitentiary Big Sandy in Inez, KY has a need for a Staff Chaplain. Applicants must have an MDiv, be ordained/endorsed and have at least two years of verifiable ministerial experience. Working for the federal government includes some great benefits like 14 paid federal holidays, health, dental vision, a pension and retirement fund matching!

The Staff Chaplain’s position for this location begins at $76,721.00 annually, with annual increases of around $2500 for years thereafter. The maximum entry age is 37, with some waivers being available for military veterans.

For more information or to apply, contact Jason S. Cassell (Jcassell@bop.gov), Supervisory Chaplain, USP Big Sandy.

(2/20/20) – The Esperanza Health Center Volunteer Chaplaincy is a group of committed, born-again Christian men and women confidentially serving the spiritual needs of Esperanza patients. The Volunteer Chaplains serve patients by praying for their life needs; listening to and speaking with them about their spiritual lives; presenting them with the Good News of salvation through Christ; connecting them with local churches; cooperating with other Esperanza staff in caring for patients’ lives; and serving under supervision by the Esperanza staff Chaplains.

Volunteer Chaplains agree to serve an average of 6 hours per month for at least one year. This ministry takes place primarily during regular clinical hours (Monday-Friday, 9AM-5PM, Saturday, 9AM-12noon). There is also the possibility of doing Chaplaincy visitation with Esperanza patients who are hospitalized at Temple University Hospital.

Each candidate should have a clear testimony of having accepted Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior, depend on God’s grace for forgiveness of sin and daily empowerment, participate actively in a local, Bible-believing church and is submitted to spiritual oversight by its leadership, hunger for people who do not know Christ to come into a saved relationship with Him, demonstrate compassion and love for people hurting in any aspect of their lives, be willing to pray kindly and boldly for others, not mind speaking of spiritual matters with total strangers, speak English and Spanish (this is not an absolute requirement), be able to share Biblical passages with others as is appropriate to their needs, be able to work with Christians of a great variety of denominational and spiritual tendencies, appreciate the need for spiritual supervision, and be at least 18 years of age.

Once someone has submitted his/her application for the Volunteer Chaplaincy and is accepted, they will participate in Volunteer Chaplaincy Training, coordinated by the staff Chaplains: Rev. Andrés Fajardo and Rev. Miguel A. Díaz. This training consists of six sessions of two hours each (12 hours total). At the end of this training will be a supervised practicum involving interacting with patients at one of the Esperanza clinics. The training will take place Wednesday, March 11th, 2020: 9AM-1:30PM (includes lunch!); Thursday, March 12th, 2020: 1:30PM-5:30PM (snacks); Friday, March 13th, 2020: 9AM-1:30PM (lunch) – all sessions held at our Hunting Park clinic at 4417 North 6th Street.

Contact Rev. Miguel A. Díaz at 267-879-5949 or miguel.diaz@esperanzahealth.com or Rev. Andrés Fajardo at 215-302-3600×315 or andres.fajardo@esperanzahealth.com. If no one is available, please leave a message!

(2/18/20) – Trinity Presbyterian Church seeks a part-time Youth Ministry Director to lead our ministry programming for middle & high school students, and assist with the ministry to 4th & 5th graders for Trinity Presbyterian Church.

Responsibilities include:

  • Plan and promote ministries to middle & high school students (and their families), including regular youth group meetings, fellowship events, retreats, etc.
  • Attend and lead weekly high school and middle school youth groups
  • Develop and lead a team of volunteers who assist in the youth ministry.
  • Plan, purchase, distribute, and review curriculum for the middle & high school Sunday School classes (Sunday classes from 9:00-9:45am on Sundays).
  • Work with Sunday School volunteers to make sure that teachers know the curriculum they are to teach and have the tools and training to teach the students effectively.
  • Regularly meet with high school students for discipleship and fellowship.
  • Maintain youth and family contact information in the church database. This database is to be used for recording attendance, and contacting teachers, volunteers, students, and parents.
  • Maintain budgets and budget reports.

Education & Experience

  • The Youth Ministry Director should have experience in effective leadership in ministry with students.
  • The Youth Ministry Director should possess at least a bachelor’s degree,and additional studies (especially in ministry or education) is, while not required, a plus.
  • The Youth Ministry Director needs a proven track record of effective ministry and sound character.
  • The Youth Ministry Director will be required to be a member (or associate member) of Trinity Church.

For more information or to apply, contact Dr. Craig R. Higgins, Senior Pastor (craighiggins@trinitychurch.cc)
Trinity Presbyterian Church
526 Anderson Hill Rd
Purchase, NY 10577
914.967.6247

(2/18/20) – The First Evangelical Free Church (FEFC) seeks a Lead Pastor. This is a full-time ministry position whose responsibility is the spiritual growth of the FEFC community, primarily through preaching, teaching, and spiritual leadership. The Lead Pastor is the primary representative of the FEFC community. Principal areas of oversight are preaching and teaching the Bible, pastoral care, church growth, community outreach, evangelism, pastoral and ministry staff development, visitor and first-time attender follow-up, and visitation. The Lead Pastor is also responsible to present periodic oral and written reports; conduct personnel reviews; serve on the Personnel Review Committee; oversee the Nominations Committee; and periodically facilitate a Membership Class. A full job description is available upon request.

Qualifications include:

  • Minimum of five (5) years of lead or senior pastor experience
  • Master’s degree in divinity, theology, Christian leadership, or equivalent
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Scriptural qualifications for Elder/Shepherd according to 1 Timothy 3:1-7 and Titus 1:5-9
  • Evangelical Free Church of America (EFCA) background preferred
  • Agreement with the doctrinal positions of the EFCA and FEFC
  • Ordination in EFCA or willingness to pursue EFCA ordination
  • Spiritual gifting pursuant to church pastoral leadership
  • History of effective prior ministry as demonstrated by God’s affirming blessing
  • Strong leadership and management skills to effectively lead ministry teams
  • Passion for both reaching unbelievers and making disciples
  • Self-motivated, creative, and strategic

Benefits:
Salary commensurate with experience and qualifications, health, life, disability, and liability insurance, cell phone allowance, book allowance, housing allowance, generous vacation time, and more.

No phone calls please. Interested candidates are asked to submit their resume with a cover letter to:
Infinity Concepts
5331 Triangle Lane
Export, PA 15632
FEFC@InfinityConcepts.net

(2/18/20)The Block Church seeks a Director to be the main leader and line of communication for all The Block Kids Location Coordinators. Main responsibilities include but are not limited to: continuous oversight and training of coordinators (this includes regular meetings), consistent communication of pertinent information with coordinators/teams, ensuring healthy volunteer rotations and schedules, vision casting for how to best reach children, and leading the planning and organizing of any children events or family events.

Qualifications and responsibilities include:

  • Candidate will have a proven track record of working in a ministry environment, experience with children and families, and developing/training other leaders.
  • Candidate must be a strong, proactive leader with a blend of charisma & organizational skills, a solid work ethic, and excellent communication patterns.
  • Candidate must have a passion for children and family ministry, teaching children about the Lord, and developing children spiritually as well as connecting with parents.
  • Candidate must be able to work as a team and communicate with honor—communication is of vital importance.
  • Participate in the Central Leadership Team, add pertinent and creative contribution as a main leader in the church.
  • Assist in, participate in initial, and develop basic family counseling. Mainly, help direct families to appropriate professional counseling.
  • Develop & meet regularly with your leadership team while creating a healthy volunteer culture.
  • Make children’s ministries fun, interactive, Gospel-centered, and purposeful.
  • Lead, oversee, and develop family-centered events and outreaches.

Specific expectations, compensation, & conversation to follow qualified resumes and references. Please email resumes and references to jobs@theblockchurch.org.

(2/15/20) – Bible Fellowship Church of Newark (Delaware) seeks a gifted Lead Pastor equipped and chosen by God to co-labor with our leadership to fulfill God’s kingdom building mission for our congregation. We seek a servant leader with a shepherd’s heart. Please CLICK HERE to read the full job description.

Bible Fellowship Church of Newark (BFCN) is an independently governed member of the Bible Fellowship Church denomination, a fellowship of 63 congregations in seven states and in Mexico. Founded in 1858, the BFC denomination is committed to reaching the lost through the transforming power of the Gospel. BFC embraces reformed theology, an evangelical mission, and immersive baptism of the believer as the visible testimony to the work of regeneration. CLICK HERE for BFC’s complete statement of belief.

BFCN is a vibrant church, with 370 members and an average combined attendance of 550 in its two Sunday morning services. Our very active congregation advances God’s kingdom through more than a dozen children and adult ministries. As a body, we are deeply committed to missions, both in our community and around the world.

Qualifications – Education and Experience:

  • Relevant education at a theologically sound, evangelical seminary; Masters or Doctorate of Theology preferred.
  • Currently ordained BFC pastor or willing to become ordained in the BFC.
  • Experience in impactful preaching, teaching and individual counseling in a pastoral role; at least five years of experience preferred.

Applying for the Position

Timeline: To conduct a thorough, prayerful search process, the leadership of BFCN has set aside six months subsequent to the closing date for receiving applications to identify God’s chosen man for lead pastor, subject to the Lord’s own timing. The BFCN Search Committee will make every effort to communicate with candidates at each stage of the search process.

Required Submission Documents. Prospective candidates should address their application package to the BFCN Search Committee at lp.bfcn@gmail.com. Their package should include the following as a single PDF and in this order:

  • Cover letter explaining why he is applying for the position
  • Resume (including education; list of ministry experience, describing the nature, context and length of each assignment; other leadership or special appointments held; any publications, conference presentations, or broadcasts; and other information the candidate feels relevant for the search committee to know)
  • URLs to two recorded sermons on a separate page marked “Sermons”
  • A signed statement indicating that he has read the BFC Articles of Faith and either (1) endorses and embraces the Articles of Faith in their entirety as his own or (2) indicates those articles of faith his conscience does not permit him to endorse and why
  • A statement articulating his vision of Christian church ministry in today’s world (2-3 pages).

(2/12/20) – St. Paul’s Reformed Church of Clear Spring, MD is seeking a Pastor to provide spiritual leadership for a Bible believing congregation. The ideal candidate will be an effective preacher with caring pastoral skills, inspire us with their sermons, encourage people to relate their faith to their daily lives, and be an effective communicator who can inspire our congregation to grow, especially the youth members. The candidate should be credentialed and ordained or willing to be credentialed and ordained with recognition through the Evangelical Association of Reformed and Congregational Christian Churches or other affiliated body. For a detailed job description of the position, please send a request to StPaulsReformedChurch@gmail.com.

(2/6/20) – A Youth Ministry Director position is opening for Emmanuel Presbyterian Church (PCA), a multi-ethnic church in Arlington, VA. The Director of Youth Ministry will be responsible for overseeing all aspects of ministry to middle and high school youth, such that youth are growing in their love of Jesus Christ and understanding of the gospel, their commitment to serving others in and beyond the church, and their ability to navigate the increasing complexities and pressures they face in a world in need of the gospel. If interested in the position, please send a resume and cover letter to youthministry@emmanuelarlington.org. 

For a complete job description please visit www.emmanuelarlington.org/jobs.