Employment Opportunities

Internal Employment Opportunities

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Technology Teaching Assistants

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

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Missio Seminary
HR Office

Volunteer Opportunities

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

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

External Opportunities

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Job Opportunities Posted in January

TITLE: Bookkeeper
PURPOSE: To provide bookkeeping services to Oreland Evangelical Presbyterian
Church (OEPC) by maintaining accurate financial records, including
accounts payable, accounts receivable and payroll.
ACCOUNTABILITY: Reports to the Church Administrator.
 Maintain financial record keeping and reporting in QuickBooks for OEP Church, Deacons and
 Responsible for accurate recording and posting of weekly church giving in Church Windows and
 Responsible for accurate posting of weekly Preschool Income in QuickBooks.
 Process online giving donations.
 Responsible for the timely and accurate payments of Accounts Payable for all three
organization’s books including cutting checks, submitting for signature, and preparing for
 Responsible for accurate recording of Payroll in QuickBooks.
 Preparation and mailing of semi-annual contribution statements.
 In conjunction with the Church Administrator, prepare budget documents for the Budget
 Execute month-end and year-end closings and prepare timely monthly financial statement for
Church Administrator, boards and ministries.
 Posting of bi-weekly payroll in QuickBooks, prepare quarterly reports, 1099-Misc reports.
 Prepare documentation for Administrator for acknowledging Memorial giving, bequests, and
special collections.
 Prepare documents and reports for the Administrator for EPC Annual Report, OEPC Annual
Report, Premium Only Plan Compliance Testing, Workers Compensation Audit, and Byler
Grant Reports.
 Keep current on changing tax laws and laws uniquely applicable to churches and pastors, and
communicate such changes to leadership.
 Affirm the OEPC Statement of Faith.
 Have and conduct oneself with a Christian ministry-mindedness.
 Maintain confidentiality of information learned and used.
 Perform other duties as assigned.
RELATIONSHIPS: Work closely with Pastor, Church Administrator, church officers, and all other
church staff.
EVALUATION: Performance reviews will be conducted annually by the Church Administrator.
Compensation will be determined in accordance with current compensation guidelines.
SPECIFICATIONS: Non-Exempt, Part-Time, 10 hours a week
 College Level Accounting or Bookkeeping courses required.
 At least three years of experience in bookkeeping and payroll with a working knowledge of
generally accepted accounting principles and financial reporting. Knowledge of nonprofit
accounting rules a plus.
 A high level of proficiency with QuickBooks.
 Proficient with MS Office, including Excel, Word, and Outlook.
 Knowledge of VANCO Giving Platform a plus.
 Attention to details.

Applicants: please submit your resume to personnel@orelandpres.org for consideration

TITLE: Church Administrator
PURPOSE: Responsible for the daily Administration, Financial and Human Resource operations of Oreland Evangelical Presbyterian Church and to coordinate, and develop the office staff in support of the life and ministry of the church.
ACCOUNTABILITY: Reports to the Pastor.
 Supervise the work activities of direct reports: Administrative Assistant, Communications
Specialist, Bookkeeper, Facilities Manager, Custodian, and other support staff.
 Coordinate administrative and secretarial support to the pastoral and ministry staff.
 Coordinate administrative and secretarial support for the Session, Deacons, Trustees, and Ministry Teams.
 Arrange and coordinate the church calendar and scheduling facilities usage for church events, meeting rooms, outside groups, and contractors.
 Oversee general office purchases and office equipment leases.
 Prepare Officer Handbooks and Annual Reports.
 Prepare and file government documents including Annual Statement of Nonprofit and Form 5578 – Preschool Nondiscrimination.
 Oversee the OEPC Child Protection Policy and supervises the Administrative Assistant processing of the background clearances.
 Oversee all the Financial and Accounting activities of the OEPC, Deacons and Preschool organizations.
 Supervise the Bookkeeper in processing the Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable
transactions and in preparing reports.
 Responsible for review and analysis of financial statements and monthly reporting to Finance and Ministry Teams.
 Member of Finance Team, attending monthly Finance meetings.
 Member of the Budget Committee. Work with Bookkeeper and Preschool Director on preparing
Preschool Budget and setting Tuition Fees.
 Receive Accounts Payable invoices and distribute to the appropriate ministry team for approval.
 Maintain bank accounts and online giving platform.
 Oversee month-end and year-end closings and review monthly financial statement for boards
and ministries.
 Responsible for annual Premium Only Plan Compliance testing, Workers Compensation audit,
and Byler Grant reports, semi-annual contribution statements.
 Assist the Stewardship team with stewardship campaigns.
 Process biweekly payroll through ADP and oversee Bookkeeper’s posting of payroll, preparing
quarterly reports and reconciliations.
 Responsible for Distributing W-2s and annual updating of Local Sales Tax exemption forms.
 Oversee and acknowledge giving to memorials, bequests, and special collections.
 Oversee documents for annual audits.
 Prepare EPC annual report.
 Responsible for the retention and destruction of financial and administration documents.
 Keep current on changing tax laws and laws uniquely applicable to churches and pastors, and
communicate such changes to leadership.
Human Resources
 In conjunction with Personnel Committee, oversee Human Resource operations and
 Maintain historical and current personnel files with all necessary documentation including:
I-9 forms with appropriate/required identification; letters of hire; job descriptions; evaluations;
vacation calendars; disciplinary actions; dismissal; and other records as needed.
 Onboard new hires including orientation and review of staff policies.
 Responsible for conducting Annual Performance Reviews for direct reports.
 Church Benefits liaison between staff and the EPC for health and retirement benefits.
 Stay current on Human Resource law and practices and make recommendations to the Personnel
Committee for revisions to the OEPC Personnel Policy Handbook.
 With the IT Company and Facilities Manager, oversee the technology operations including
hardware, software, and policies.
Membership Records
 Oversee church membership database updates and generate reports.
 Consult with Pastor and Session regarding maintenance of membership records.
Welcoming Visitors and Members
 Answer telephones; receive visitors; exhibit and foster Christian hospitality in the church office.
 Provide a gracious and compassionate ministry as one who first encounters visitors to the
 Affirm the OEPC Statement of Faith.
 Have and conduct oneself with a Christian ministry-mindedness.
 Maintain active membership in local and national chapter of The Church Network
Administrators Group. (Church pays for membership.)
 Perform other duties as assigned.
RELATIONSHIPS: Work closely with Pastor, church officers, church staff and volunteers.
EVALUATION: Performance reviews will be conducted annually by the Pastor. Compensation will be
determined in accordance with current compensation guidelines.
SPECIFICATIONS: Full-Time Exempt Position.
 College education in business or related field.
 At least three years’ experience in Administration, Human Resources, Accounting/ Bookkeeping
with a working knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles, financial reporting,
internal policies and procedures, and payroll administration.
 A high level of proficiency with QuickBooks.
 Proficient with MS Office including Excel, Word, and Outlook
 Knowledge of Church Windows database and VANCO Giving Platform a plus.

Applicants: please submit your resume to personnel@orelandpres.org for consideration.

ANTIOCH BAPTIST CHURCH is located in the City of Camden, New Jersey. The Church consists of a progressive congregation and has provided over a hundred years of ministry to the Camden County Community, and beyond. Our vision, as a forgiven people cleansed by God through the shed blood of Jesus Christ, is to strive daily to be more like Jesus Christ through the power of the Holy Spirit as guided by the Word.

The Antioch Baptist Church Pastoral Search Committee is accepting applications for the position of Transitional Pastor.
Applicants for this position must be able to do the following:
—Preach and teach God’s Word;
—Plan, coordinate and lead worship;
—Provide evangelistic leadership;
—Be licensed and ordained in the Baptist faith and possess a sound knowledge of
Baptist Doctrine and Baptist Articles of Faith;
— Possess a minimum of a bachelor’s degree in ministry, theology or related subjects
from an accredited institution or have served at least ten (10) years as a lead pastor;
—Possess skills in leadership, conflict management, and strategic planning;
—Be an excellent communicator, both written and oral;
—Be an active listener and build trust with others;
—Be capable of spiritual counseling and pastoral care;
—Be able to relate effectively to people cross-generationally and cross-culturally;
—Lead members in fostering a caring spirit for persons in the church and the
—Be able to manage crisis and conflict in an effective manner;
—Provide counsel and training to ministers, auxiliary/ministry heads, and staff;
—Work collaboratively with church staff, ministry chairpersons, deacons, and others
to carry out the work and purpose of the church
—Ensure church operations and systems follow best practices, laws and policies;
—Visit and minister to members in personal residences, nursing homes, hospitals
and other facilities;
—Facilitate baptisms, wedding ceremonies, and funeral services as required;
—Represent the church in community and denominational activities.
Antioch Baptist church | 700 Ferry Avenue | Camden, New Jersey 08104
Interested candidates must email the following documents as attachments in PDF format to antiochcamden@antioch700.org or mail to the attention of The Pastoral Search Committee
using the above address:
—A Cover Letter expressing your willingness to serve in this capacity
—A Resume or Curriculum Vitae (CV) including any relevant certifications
—A video link or recording (CD/DVD) of a recent sermon
—A copy of ministry license and ordination certificate
—Name, title and contact information for three references (e.g., clergy, personal
and professional)
Please Note: Applicants must agree to a complete background criminal history check.
Application must be received by November 30, 2022 for consideration

Church of the Saviour (COS) is actively looking for a new Global Outreach Director or Pastor to drive our newly implemented Global Outreach strategy by mobilizing the congregation, leading the Global Outreach Team, engaging over 40 Global Partners, and supporting the COS staff and volunteers toward a greater heart for local and global outreach. This ministry position is full-time, exempt, and requires 45 to 55 hours per week. Click here for the full job description that includes essential job functions. Interested applicants should send a resume, cover letter, and written testimony to cos@coswayne.org.

Job Opportunities Posted in December

PAK7 US is seeking just the right person to serve as its next President.

PAK7 is a Christian media ministry (TV, videos, social media) focused on reaching the people of Pakistan (220 million people!) by training and deploying promising Christian nationals to be media professionals.

Only four years old, with a current budget of $1.2M and having studio sites in the primary four cities in Pakistan, PAK7 has some amazing momentum happening. The U.S. is the primary fundraising location and the president will be a proven fundraiser or sales executive who had developed a team, gotten very successful results, has a strong faith walk and will have a passion for this mission.

Here is the Opportunity Profile. No relocation is needed. Anyone interested in seeing if this is where the Lord would have him or her use their leadership and abilities for the Lord should send me a resume, plus respond to the Candidate Questionnaire found here by filling it out and returning to me. I would be glad to answer any questions you have first if you would like.

Job Description: Personnel Administrator
Organization: Interserve is an international, interdenominational community of Christ-followers,
creatively and intentionally using their professional skills in holistic ministry among the least-served
people of Asia and the Arab World. Our vision is to see lives and communities transformed by an
encounter with Jesus Christ. The US office is one of 14 national offices working together to field
multinational teams.
Position Summary: The Personnel Administrator (PA) facilitates administrative components throughout
the full lifecycle of Partners (field staff/cross-cultural workers) from Interserve USA. These duties include
recruiting, overseeing the application process, and assisting with placement coordination, home
assignments, special events, and end-of-service details. The position will support the overall objectives
of the organization and may involve duties outside the scope of the position description.
Reports to the Personnel Director (PD). Works closely with the Placement Coordinator, Executive
Director, Director of Communications, and Area Coordinators (AC).
Exempt, 40 hours per week.
Specific duties:
• Works with the AC’s and Placement Coordinator to ensure all applications are administratively
processed in a timely manner (i.e., application questions, references, interviews, personnel
committee approval).
• Manages personnel data, including Link2Serve (the company intranet) and Dynamics (the
Customer Relationship Manager database). Includes acquiring and maintaining vital data on
personnel and regular checks for fellowship-wide compliance.
• Maintains Partner travel details and alerts necessary parties, including the monthly Comings and
Goings for the finance team.
• Maintains internal prayer requests for Wednesday regional prayer meetings.
• Works closely with the PD to plan and execute logistics of semi-annual (July and February)
Candidate Orientation, including facility, transportation, accommodation, meals, dissemination
of pre-orientation homework, childcare, scheduling guest facilitators and collecting evaluations.
• Works with the Member Care Specialist on logistics for Partner visits to Upper Darby, including
transportation and hospitality at the Interserve Guest House.
• Works with Partners on Home Assignment logistics.
• Works with office staff to plan special events.
• Assists Executive Director and Communications Director as needed, in consultation with the PD.
• Maintains Safeguarding clearance records for all staff.
• Participates in the Candidate Committee to review applicants interested in attending Candidate
• Works closely with the AC’s, Communications Director and the PD to assist in planning and
execution of ISV’s representation at major regional and national conferences.
• Coordinates debriefing schedule and pre-debriefing work for Partner visits to Upper Darby.
Includes organizing post-debriefing meetings.
• Organizes and participates in Personnel Committee meetings as needed, working closely with
the Placement Coordinator.
• Assists in preparing the semi-annual Personnel section of the Board Report.
• Tracks contingencies for all appointees, working closely with the PD and Placement Coordinator.
• Provides initial and ongoing training of Partners in responsible and diligent use of Link2Serve
and other fellowship-wide databases.
Essential Qualities:
• Personally committed to following the Lord Jesus Christ.
• Shows ongoing spiritual growth and development.
• Expresses a spirit of hospitality toward all colleagues, Prospects, Partners and Alumni.
• Embraces and lives out Interserve’s vision and values.
• Demonstrates teamwork, dependence on God, humility, excellent attention to detail and
• Anticipates and meets needs as a self-directed learner.
• Comfortable in a multi-cultural setting, working across multiple time zones, with a passion for
cross-cultural holistic ministry.
• Demonstrates flexibility, adapting to changing personnel and circumstances.
• Manages multiple tasks and priorities.
Professional Requirements:
• Overseas living or mission experience.
• Bachelor’s degree in a related field or qualifying work experience.
• Ability to use all communications and data storage platforms and means currently used by
Interserve and its Partners and willing to adopt new platforms.
• Database management experience preferred.
• Skilled in verbal and written communication.
Agreement with the policies and procedures in the Interserve USA Employee Handbook is required.
If interested, please send a letter of interest and resume to mark.huffman@interserveusa.org
Interserve USA is an employer-at-will. As such, Interserve USA reserves the right, as the employee does,
to terminate the employment relationship at any time with or without reason.

Trinity Christian Church of Greater Philadelphia (TCCGP, www.tccgp.org), located at Havertown, PA, is looking for an interim pastor for the English Ministry (EM) for about a 6-month term with flexibility of renewal.  The position can be either part-time or full-time.  TCCGP is a non-denominational predominantly ethnic Chinese church.  The interim EM pastor will be primarily responsible for teaching but will also have other pastoral duties in supporting roles.  TCCGP will not provide relocation.


-Meet the Biblical qualifications of a church teacher.

-Subscribe to the doctrinal beliefs of TCCGP.

-Master of Divinity or equivalent from an accredited institution.

-Previous experience in ministering to adults and/or youths.

-Ability to work with people of different backgrounds. Previous ministry experience in multi-ethnic or Asian culture preferred.



-Preaching (about half of the EM preaching schedule) and sharing Sunday school teaching duties.

-Help shepherding the English congregation, including discipleship and caring.

-Work with Adult English Ministry and Youth Ministry leaders to run the English ministries.

-Share overall church responsibilities as a member of the church pastoral staff.


Interested candidate should email resume to johnpau@verizon.net

Job Opportunities Posted in November

Nakwon Presbyterian Church is a church in the Presbyterian Church in America located in Dresher, PA. We are seeking a part-time (male or female) Children’s Pastor or Director whose primary role is to oversee the Children’s Ministry and aid in carrying out the vision of Nakwon.


Candidates must be currently enrolled in or have completed an M.Div. or other related master’s degree at an accredited seminary; be fluent in English (Korean proficiency is preferred, not required); and have gospel-centered teaching, preaching, and philosophy of ministry.


Please send all inquiries to nwem19025@gmail.com.

Gracepoint Church
Part Time / Intern

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Fulmont Community Church

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

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

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