Employment Opportunities


Internal Employment Opportunities

Want to serve the Missio student body? Below are the internal positions currently available at Missio Seminary.


Graduate School of Counseling Teaching Position

The Graduate Counseling Program at Missio Seminary is seeking a full-time, 12-month, 3-year rolling contract, assistant or associate professor beginning July 1, 2019 with the qualifications to teach across the Clinical Mental Health Counseling program.

Qualifications

  1. A master’s degree in counseling, theology, divinity or closely related.
  2. PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision from a CACREP accredited program is required
  3. Hold or are eligible for licensure as a professional counselor in Pennsylvania (or eligible for PA
    Licensure)
  4. Been employed as full-time faculty member in a counselor education program for a minimum of one full academic year before July 1, 2019 (e.g., tenure-track, non-tenure track, adjunct)
  5. Evidence of strong supervision skills, scholarly research, and quality teaching and clinical experience is required
  6. A strong background in multiculturalism, diversity, theological and biblical foundations, and a strong teaching, supervision and clinical record are also required.
  7. Experience in and passion for online instruction and electronic technologies
  8. Ability to work collaboratively with department faculty and staff members and national, state, regional and local professional counseling associations as well as seminary constituencies

Responsibilities of this position include but are not limited to:

  1. Teaching graduate-level courses at the master’s level in the areas of curricular experience
    required by CACREP
  2. Supervising practicum and internship experiences
  3. Advising master’s level students
  4. Engaging in scholarly activities
  5. Providing service to the department, the seminary, and the counseling profession at the state,
    regional and/or national level

This is a full-time position with benefits. Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience and qualifications.

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled and reviewed on a rolling basis. For further information, please see the Seminary home page.
Applicants are asked to mail, fax, or e-mail the following:

  • Portfolio and letter of interest
  • Resume’/Curriculum vitae (CV)
  • A written statement that articulates the relationship between the candidate’s profession and his/her Christian faith
  • Three letters of recommendation
  • Name/address/phone number of five references
  • Transcripts (unofficial copies are acceptable initially)

PULPIT Program Director

Missio Seminary has an immediate opening for a full time position as the PULPIT Program Director.

PULPIT Program Overview: PULPIT (Program for Urban Leaders and Pastors in Transition), funded by a five-year grant from the Lilly Foundation’s Thriving in Ministry Initiative, will equip urban pastors in Philadelphia and beyond with effective strategies to thrive personally and professionally by addressing urban leadership issues (e.g. gentrification, increasing immigrant and refugee populations, socio-economic changes, and issues of social justice), strengthening their inner lives (spiritual, mental, physical, and emotional health), and facilitating the development of healthy support systems.

This 2-year program is aimed toward strengthening, equipping, and supporting urban pastors in the city of Philadelphia leading to healthier churches and increase effective cooperation among the pastoral leaders in the city.  PULPIT will involve multiple opportunities for expert teaching/training, small group learning, multi-generational cohort-based peer groups, and individual activities.

Description: The Program Director is a grant funded position and oversees the coordination and administration of all aspects of PULPIT including planning, organizing, grant reporting, staffing, leading, and all program activities. Additionally, the Program Director will ensure the overall success of PULPIT by overseeing all program leaders, as well as the execution and evaluation of the program.

Qualifications:

  • Minimum of a Master’s degree or equivalent experience and knowledge
  • Minimum of two years relevant experience in federal and/or private grants/contracts management
  • Demonstrated project management and organizational skills to set priorities, establish deadlines, and follow through in a timely manner, to organize files and records for easy access and tracking
  • Highly developed collaboration, management, and leadership skills
  • Strong logistical attention to detail and multi-tasking skills
  • Related work experience in education/training, communications, grant writing, grant review, nonprofit development, and/or public policy
  • Demonstrate project management and organizational skills to set priorities, establish deadlines, and follow through in a timely manner, to organize files and records for easy access and tracking
  • Knowledge of Missio Seminary and the Lilly Endowment mission and program areas
  • Ability to understand/compare contract/grant data to develop and implement budgets, goals, and plans
  • Ability to compose reports, presentations, of memos or other written documents based on analysis of information, presented in an organized, logical and concise manner
  • Working knowledge of MS office and program management software (e.g. Basecamp, MS Project etc.)
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills for use in preparing information, clarifying situations, resolving problems, and for use in preparing a variety of correspondence and reports
  • Demonstrated ability to supervise and motivate staff and delegate as needed to achieve objectives
  • Ability to identify and analyze complex accounting/contract/grant information or problems in an objective manner and derive logical conclusions to provide a sound basis for establishing priorities, selecting appropriate courses of action, and resolving conflicts
  • Ability to identify and analyze complex accounting/contract/grant information or problems in an objective manner and derive logical conclusions to provide a sound basis for establishing priorities, selecting appropriate courses of action, and resolving conflicts
  • Demonstrated experience in exercising discretion and judgment and in maintaining the security of confidential and sensitive information and materials

Responsibilities: The Program Director performs a wide range of duties including the following:

  • Oversee the promotion, marketing, and communication of PULPIT
  • Develop and oversee the recruitment, application, evaluation, and approval of program participants
  • Train all Program leaders at the yearly training day and throughout the year
  • Manage the day to day operations of PULPIT
  • Oversees and manages grant reporting, data collection, application processes, and submissions for PULPIT.
  • Serve as the point person for all grant monitors related to reporting and submission of funder reports.
  • Ensure all reporting back to the Lilly Endowment is completed and accurate
  • Ensure that PULPIT activities operate within the policies and procedures of Missio Seminary and Lilly Endowment
  • Communicate with stakeholders to gain community support for the program and to solicit input to improve the program
  • Write reports on PULPIT for Missio Seminary and Lilly Endowment
  • Monitor and account for all budgeted program expenditures, manage all project funds
  • Monitor the program activities on a regular basis and conduct an annual evaluation according to the program evaluation framework

Associate Director of Development

Missio Seminary is seeking an Associate Director of Development for our Development office.

Under the supervision of the director of development, the associate director will serve as an important member of the development team at Missio, provide leadership for the seminary’s broad-based solicitation strategies in order to strengthen our relationships with donors and expand our base of financial and prayer support. The primary focus of this position is to support all functions of the development office and to help meet the annual giving goals.

Qualifications and Requirements:

  1. Self-motivated and able to solve problems while also a team player who values constructive direction.
  2. Handles all work with professionalism and confidentiality.
  3. Able to complete several projects simultaneously to meet required deadlines.
  4. Good interpersonal skills, including the flexibility to provide support where needed.
  5. Extensive computer skills, particularly with Microsoft Office products, Jenzabar (the seminary donor management software) and standard office equipment. Willing and able to learn new software as needed.
  6. Able to communicate well orally and in written forms.

Responsibilities:

  1. Work closely with the director of development to establish goals, form strategy, and achieve fundraising objectives for Missio Seminary.
  2. Provide general administrative support to the director of development and development office.
  3. Serve as a member of the development team to establish fund raising goals and create strategies to meet those goals.
  4. At least annually, provide leadership for a seminary-wide “thank-a-thon”.
  5. Annually publish Missio Magazine and other publications as needed.
  6. Working in tandem with the director of development, prepare, edit, and deliver foundation proposals and assist with reporting on foundation grants as needed.
  7. Working in tandem with the director of development, publish an Annual Report.
  8. Manage a portfolio of 5-10 donor prospects capable of supporting the seminary with annual gifts
  9. Work within an established budget, monitoring it at least monthly

This is a part-time (24 hours per week) position. Contact careers@biblical.edu for a full job description.


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

Beatrice Barkley
Executive Assistant to the President
200 N. Main Street, Hatfield, PA 19440
fax: (215) 368-2301
phone: (215) 368-5000 Ext 158
email: Careers at Missio

Volunteer Opportunities

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

Contact Bea Barkley directly if you are interesting in serving.


External Opportunities

Feel free to apply for any of the employment listings below. Missio is not responsible for verifying if the employment opportunity has been filled.


Job Opportunities Posted in February 2019

(posted 2/14/2019) – We are seeking a fervent Christ-follower who is called to youth ministry and ready to give leadership to a growing youth ministry that includes middle and high school aged youth and possible ministry with young adults. We want to see our youth experience and know Jesus, develop a strong foundation in God’s word and become strong in Christ-like character equipped to share his love with others in ways that are relevant to changing society; equipped to be agents of change, transformation and reconciliation in the world.

Qualifications:

  • Passionate commitment to Jesus Christ, exemplary in character and calling, energetic and enthusiastic.
  • Training and experience in youth ministry.
  • Able to teach the Bible in a way that engages youth and helps them grow.
  • Able to teach Anabaptist theology and values.
  • Devoted to personal time with God and intercessory prayer

Essential duties:

  • Plan and implement youth ministry relevant to today’s youth.
  • Teach engaging Bible lessons.
  • Recruit, train, and give oversight to youth advisers and volunteers.
  • Develop strong relationships with the youth.
  • Help youth develop as leaders.
  • Outreach to youth outside the church.
  • Help organize fun activities and adventures for youth!
  • Oversee administrative and organizational needs of the youth ministry.
  • Assist in worship services as needed and as gifting applies (preaching, worship leading)
  • Possible oversight of Vocation as Mission (VAM) a summer intern program for young adults.

To apply:

Please send an email describing your call to ministry and why you feel that you would be right for this role along with your resume and a short video (two minutes or less) in which you introduce yourself to: churchoffice@soudertonmennonite.org. Please put “Attn Youth Pastor Search” in the subject line.

(posted 2/13/19) – Grace Presbyterian Church is seeking a Director of Ministry to Children and Families (DCM). The purpose of this position is to provide spiritual and organizational leadership to Grace Presbyterian Church’s ministry to children
and families, birth through Grade 5. The DCM will be supervised by the Associate Pastor and will be accountable to the Session through its Personnel Committee. The DCM will meet monthly with the Children’s Education Team. This is a 20 hour/week position, including Sunday morning. Some of the work with volunteers will take place outside the traditional workday.

Responsibilities include:

  1. Work with the Children’s Education team to develop and implement a vision and annual goals for the church’s children’s ministry.
  2. Provide direction and coordination for the Sunday School program.
  3. Provide direction and coordination for Vacation Bible School.
  4. Work with the Children’s Education Team to recruit, train, supervise, and encourage leaders, teachers, and helpers in the church’s ministry to children.
  5. Provide encouragement and administrative support for ministry to children beyond Sunday School and VBS (including existing programs such as the Advent Workshop and children’s musical and new programs).
  6. Recruit, hire, train, and supervise Sunday morning nursery attendants, in communication with the Personnel Committee.
  7. Maintain adequate and organized supplies needed by all children’s ministry programs.
  8. Develop or oversee the development of timely and effective communications to promote congregational and community awareness, interest, and involvement in Grace Presbyterian Church’s ministry to children.
  9. Oversee and ensure compliance of all children’s ministries with the church’s Child Protection Policy.
  10. Work with the Children’s Education Team to develop and propose an annual budget and to review and manage that budget throughout the year.
  11. Serve as liaison with the directors of the children’s choirs.
  12. Develop and implement quarterly events for children, parents, and/or families.
  13. Develop and implement programming for children surrounding the Grace Fellowship dinners.

Qualifications include:

  1. Experience working with children and their families and organizing volunteers in Christian ministry is required. Working knowledge of Sunday school curricula and structure is preferred. Related college or graduate study is helpful.
  2. Growing faith in Jesus Christ and a firm working knowledge of the Bible
  3. Love for children and their families
  4. Strong administrative skills and ability to mobilize volunteers
  5. Ability to communicate with children, their families, and volunteers

For more information or to apply, contact Stephanie Templin Ashford at stemplinashford@gracejenkintown.org

(posted 2/11/2019) – MANNA CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP (Manna) is a dynamic and vibrant evangelical, inter-denominational chaplaincy at Princeton University focused on thoughtfully engaging the pluralistic university community with a coherent worldview grounded in the Christian gospel. Manna seeks a qualified individual to be the Executive Director (ED) for this thriving organization of approximately 80-100 students and 500+ alumni. Under the auspices of Manna’s Board of Trustees, the ED will be responsible for creatively casting and strategically implementing Manna’s mission to “develop and engage a gospel worldview.” The ED will supervise a staff consisting of a full-time Campus Director (CD), full-time Development Manager (DM), as well as other full-time Ministry Fellows (those conducting year-long internships with Manna). The ED is the staff liaison to the Board and the primary means through which the Board ensures that Manna is fulfilling its organizational mission.

Responsibilities

The responsibilities of the ED fall into two categories: Ministry Oversight and Organizational Growth. It is anticipated that the ED’s time will be divided equally between these two responsibilities.

1. Ministry Oversight: The ED will ensure the spiritual and organizational health and growth of the undergraduate ministry at Princeton. The CD currently handles most of the ministry administration on a day-to-day basis, but the ED will oversee and work with the CD to maximize effectiveness and growth. The scope of Manna’s ministry is described below:

  • Large Group Teaching
  • Small Group Ministries
  • Retreats
  • Discipleship
  • Counseling
  • Public Lecture Series
  • Cross Fellowship Unity
  • Finances
  • Board Liaison
  • Staff Oversight

2. Organizational Growth: In addition to providing oversight to Manna’s current ministries as described above, the ED will work with the Board and staff to vision-cast for the Strategic Plan and spearhead its implementation. Manna’s main objectives over the next 3-5 years will be in the areas of development, alumni, and leadership.

Qualifications

Candidates should have at least 5 years of experience, with at least 2 years of experience in campus or church ministry. Other experience can be in nonprofit, government, or business contexts.

Ideal candidates should be self-starters, have an entrepreneurial spirit, are comfortable leading and equipping staff and student leaders, and be eager to combine ministry backgrounds with development and organizational growth. Candidates must also model excellence in their personal and vocational lives, with demonstrated gifts in spiritual leadership and mentoring.

Manna values its community orientation, and the ED should be able to foster a grace-centered community through active involvement in the lives of students.

Other necessary qualities include: ability to learn quickly, excellent written and oral communication skills, developed management skills, proactive communication habits, passion for the university and students, and intellectual grasp of the strategic role of the university in our culture. Candidates should be spiritually mature Christians with a devotion to Scripture and prayer.

Bachelor’s degree required. Master’s-level degree in theology or ministry also required, with a firm grasp of and appreciation for Reformed theology. Ordination or licensure in a recognized Reformed Protestant denomination is preferred but not required.

Compensation will be competitive and commensurate with experience and training. Position is located in Princeton, NJ. Preferred start date is July 2019.

Interested applicants should send a cover letter and resume to Andrew Protain, the Chair of the Manna Board (mannaboard@gmail.com).

(posted 2/6/2019) – The pastor shall serve the Lord by serving the congregation of Grace Fellowship of Steelton in shared ministry with the other elders of Grace Fellowship. His primary responsibilities shall be to provide leadership to the congregation through the preaching and teaching of the Word of God, and, along with the other elders of the church, oversee the pastoral care and discipleship of the congregation, and lead the body of Christ through a shared vision as a local representation of the Kingdom of God. This is a part-time position with the expectation of 25-30 hours per week being spent in pastoral ministry.

Requirements include:

  • College and Seminary graduate preferred
  • Prior pastoral/ministry experience
  • Reformed in theology, subscribing fully to the Bible Fellowship Church Articles of Faith and academically credentialed in a manner consistent with the theological standards required by the denomination
  • Be aligned, not only with our doctrinal beliefs, but also our denominational practices
  • Possess Bible Fellowship Church credentials (or be willing to pursue credentials, with reasonable expectation that credentials will be obtained)
  • Stable congregational life and ministry history

For more information or to apply, contact the church at gracesteelton@gmail.com or 717-982-6779.

(posted 2/4/2019) – Drs. Marie and Lowell Hoffman are currently interviewing applicants who are licensed by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to provide counseling and psychotherapy services for adults. This fee-for-service opportunity is at the Brookhaven Center in Fogelsville, PA, which is just west of Allentown, PA.

Interested applicants will need to be proficient in helping clients integrate their individual theistic faith commitments into their counseling/psychotherapy process. This position is ideal for a professional who is interested in developing skills in providing long-term psychotherapy that is psychodynamically-informed.

Please forward CV and letter of interest to Lowell W. Hoffman, Ph.D. at brookhavenctr@ptd.net.


Job Opportunities Posted in January 2019

(1/22/2019) – Are you called to work in Christian urban missions with homeless women and children? The Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission exists to minister in the name of Jesus Christ to the spiritual and practical needs of the  disadvantaged in the Philadelphia area.

Wayne Hall is seeking a House Manager/Case Manager, which is a full-time position. Homemaking, leadership, and administrative skills required.

Position involves Cooking, Case Management, Bible teaching, and Christian discipleship. Driver’s license required. Minimal education requirement of HS diploma. Benefits included. This is not a live-in position.

For more information, contact Rita Whitaker at 267-982-7792 (NO TEXT SERVICE).

(updated 1/22/19) – Park Road Presbyterian Church is in an extremely unique season of ministry. Founded in 1814 as First Presbyterian Church of Reading, we’re preparing for a brand new season of activity as we move into a new building in a more suburban area of the region. Our move brings an opportunity to engage young families and students with the gospel of Jesus Christ, and we are eager to see our church family revitalized through this endeavor.

The Assistant Pastor for Student and Family Outreach is charged with providing leadership in ministry to Middle School and High School students directly, and their families by extension, further developing Park Road’s reach into the community.

The right candidate will have at least a bachelor’s degree in Christian ministry or other related field, and is preferably seminary trained; previous experience is also preferred. The position requires strong organizational, communication, and relational skills.

The Assistant Pastor will work closely with the Senior Pastor, developing and implementing a unified vision for outreach and ministry to students and their families. Other duties may be included in the job description as gifting and capacity allow, such as preaching, counseling, and specific ministry oversight, including missions, discipleship, and outreach.

Detailed Job Description:

Cultivate Personal Relationships with Students and Parents

  • Spend time each week with students outside of weekly programming
  • Regularly attend school lunches and school events
  • Be proactive in discipling key students
  • Share in equipping parents to disciple their students
  • Build relationships with adult leaders
  • Train and equip adult leaders

Create Consistent Strategic Programming

  • Plan and implement a variety of regular outreach initiatives designed to initiate contact with unchurched students and their families
  • Plan and implement a variety of regular discipleship initiatives designed to help unchurched and churched students grow in their relationship with Christ
  • Plan and implement large events, retreats, and mission trips Contribute to church-wide outreach events
  • Give insight and input into how church-wide events may be structured to engage students and their families
  • Help execute church-events
  • Do effective follow-up with students and their families after church-wide events

Qualifications:

The right candidate must be a fit for this position in four key areas:

  • Character – The right candidate will know and love Jesus, and will be
    committed to growing in Christlikeness. The right candidate will be
    committed to physical, emotional, intellectual, and spiritual health, and
    will exhibit the characteristics of spiritual leadership as found in 1
    Timothy 3:1-12 and Titus 2:1-13.
  • Competency – The right candidate will have a proven track record of
    faithfulness to a local church, and have some degree of relevant ministry
    experience. The right candidate will have at least a bachelor’s degree in
    Christian ministry or other related field, and is preferably seminary
    trained. The right candidate will be internally motivated and will pursue
    excellence in all facets of the job.
  • Chemistry – The right candidate will display the ability to work well with
    the existing staff, as well as existing volunteers. The right candidate will
    also display relational intelligence, showing they can interact with students
    and adults alike.
  • Culture – The right candidate will understand and agree with both the
    philosophical and theological identity of Park Road, including our commitment to Reformed theology, the centrality of God’s grace in salvation and sanctification, and our desire to help all people worship fully, learn humbly, and love extravagantly.

Accountability:

This position is for an Assistant Pastor of Student and Family Outreach, meaning the candidate is accountable to the Session and to the Senior Pastor as Head of Staff.

Compensation:

Salaried compensation will fall within a range of $38,000-$45,000 depending on education and experience. This is a full-time position and includes health benefits. Interested applicants should email info@fpcreading.org with the following:

  • Cover letter
  • Resume
  • Answers to the following four questions:
    1. Please briefly share the story of your conversion and maturation in faith.
    2. Describe your approach to connecting with unchurched students and families, and share examples of how you’ve done that in your present ministry context.
    3. Describe your approach to forming relationships with church students and families, and share examples of how you’ve done that in your present ministry context.
    4. Describe your personality, your strengths, and any areas of desired growth.

(posted 1/22/2019) – Grace Baptist Church is seeking a new Pastor. Grace Baptist Church is an independent, Bible-believing church situated 1/4 mile north of Mr. Pleasant Mills, Pennsylvania. Mt. Pleasant Mills is approximately 45 miles northwest of Harrisburg. We are located in rural Snyder County, which by the 2000 census report has a population of 37,564 people with 9,981 families. Our congregation is an agrarian group of people whose income comes largely from farming and lumbering.

The church had its beginning in Paxtonville, another small community in Snyder County, in the 1950s. It was relocated to its present location in the early 1960s; the structure having been built by the Pastor and men of the assembly. In the 1980s, another building was built which was used for a school, but it is now being utilized as a fellowship building and as classrooms for our children and teen classes.

At the present time, we have a Sunday morning service with an attendance of 40 to 50 people with the majority returning for Sunday evening and Wednesday evening services. This group includes 9 children and 13 teens. We have no Sunday School but do have a children’s class and teen program on Wednesday evening.

We function with eldership rule. We take a strong position on divorce and remarriage, versions, and contemporary Christian music. We are not sympathetic to Reformed Doctrine.

Our entire budget for 2018 is $36,780, with a pastoral salary at $24,000. The church has no parsonage but will help look for reasonable housing.

For more information or to apply, contact the church at churchoffice@gracebaptistpmp.org, or 570-539-4131.

(posted 1/22/2019) – Line Lexington Mennonite Church, a multi‐generational congregation, is searching for a full‐time Senior Pastor with a clear calling from God to lead our church well into the future. We are seeking a dynamic leader and skilled bible communicator with the energy, enthusiasm and passion to preach the word of God in purity, power, and relevance for our every‐day lives.

Purpose of Ministry Position:

To provide overall leadership for the ministry leadership team; to be the primary vision shaper and communicator of God’s word in collaboration with the Elder team and volunteer leadership team.

Key Attributes:

  • Gifted in preaching and teaching the word of God
  • Passionate faith and possesses a loving heart to shepherd God’s people
  • Able to build and disciple new team leaders to fulfill Christ’s great commission
  • A visionary that will help develop and implement the Church’s strategic plan for growth
  • Equipped to build trusted relationships within the church and in the community
  • Keen understanding of effective worship styles and contemporary media tools
  • Possess a passion for children’s ministry and connecting with young families in the community
  • He is responsible with and takes responsibility for his own personal finances

Qualifications and Responsibilities:

  • A calling to be a Pastor
  • Meet the biblical requirements laid out in 1 Timothy 3: 1‐7, Titus 1: 6‐9, and 1 Peter 5: 1‐3
  • Clear testimony of personal salvation and commitment to the Lord Jesus Christ
  • In full agreement and supportive of our congregation’s statement of faith, doctrine, and purpose (made available for attachment upon request), and has a comfortable understanding and agreement with Anabaptist theology
  • Demonstrate ability to lead the ministry leadership team in shaping the spiritual direction of the church
  • A friendly personality and aptitude to teach and inspire others to follow Christ faithfully and to grow in their faith continually
  • Committed to the ministry of compassionate, personal care for his flock – providing biblical counseling, comfort and restoration in times of specific spiritual need
  • Believes and practices the power of prayer and is passionate about creating a congregational culture of prayer
  • A passion for evangelism and with gifts and skills necessary for evangelizing and equipping others to follow Jesus
  • Has successfully completed an undergraduate degree with subsequent accredited biblical training and a proven record of pastoral experience of at least 3 years.

Specific Job Responsibilities:

  • Prepare and preach weekly sermons
  • Provide oversight to worship services
  • Responsible for the preaching schedule, this includes vetting and securing guest preachers
  • Interpret biblical scripture for the congregation
  • Identify and develop potential leaders in the church
  • Officiate at special services, such as dedications, baptisms, weddings, and funerals
  • Provide spiritual leadership to church members through prayer, advisement, counseling, and visitation
  • Provide administrative leadership, including the supervision of paid and volunteer staff members
  • Provide care and counseling to church members and assist them in life decisions and crisis situations
  • Must be flexible – job hours are a bit irregular to effectively conduct worship services, attend special events at the church facilities, and complete administrative duties
  • Regularly report to the Board of Elders and leadership council
  • Oversee management of all areas of the congregation’s ministry
  • Training, supporting, and evaluating all staff members in collaboration with the Elder team
  • Holding regular staff meetings to coordinate ministries
  • He respects and manages church funds responsibly and appropriately
  • He will have an effective working relationship with existing church staff

Resume Requirements:

  1. Has successfully completed an undergraduate degree with subsequent accredited biblical training
  2. A proven record of pastoral experience of at least 3 yrs
  3. Teaching samples (audio or video)
  4. Four (4) references

Send resume and attachments to Betsy at searchteam@centerconsulting.org. DO NOT contact the Line Lexington Mennonite Church office directly.

(posted 1/22/19) – The Pastor of Community Outreach is a member-elected, full-time (paid), staff Elder position, who, through a spirit of teamwork, serves alongside any other staff Elder and the elected, volunteer Elders. The individual filling the role must meet the qualifications described in the Elder Job description. In addition, the Pastor of Community Outreach must meet the qualifications and will be accountable to the specific responsibilities detailed within this profile.

Responsibilities:

  • Preaching – The Pastor of Community Outreach will coordinate with other staff and/or volunteer Elders, in the teaching and preaching of God’s Word at services administered by Grace Chapel. This will be approximately 50% of the shared teaching/preaching responsibility.
  • Small Groups – The Pastor of Community Outreach will lead the coordination, formation, and maintenance of small groups within the church.
  • Community Outreach – The Pastor of Community Outreach will take the lead in establishing positive connections with local church and municipal leaders.
  • Counseling – The Pastor of Community Outreach will be available for and engage in biblical counseling for the Grace Chapel and local communities, according to availability in conjunction with all other responsibilities.

Guiding Principles:

  • Intergenerational Ministries – The Pastor of Community Outreach will, in coordination with any other appropriate staff or volunteer Elder, plan, interact, and encourage an intergenerational model of ministries.
  • Equipping – The Pastor of Community Outreach will, in coordination with any other appropriate staff or volunteer Elder, equip, empower, and release the church body to fulfill ministries.

Qualifications:

  • Required – 3-5 years in pastoral ministry or equivalent
  • Preferred – Biblically-oriented degree, Seminary

Reporting Structure:

  • The Pastor of Community Outreach is responsible to, and will serve in collaboration with the volunteer members of the Board of Elders.

To apply, visit www.gracechapelpa.org/employment

(posted 1/14/2019) – Bridge Community Church (BCC) of Easton is looking for candidates interested in applying to serve as LEAD LEADER & PASTOR. Mike Hollenbach, the original church planter since 2010, will be stepping down no later than January 2020, possibly sooner depending on this search process and the calling of a new lead leader/pastor. Besides a much fuller SEARCH PORTFOLIO which the BCC leaders have put together and which will be sent/emailed to you upon request, here are a few quick ‘bullets’ to help fill in the calling and context.

  • BCC is very DIVERSE group of churched, unchurched, de-churched and non-followers of Jesus. Our diversity is not only ethnic, but socio-economicageeducation, etc. Our current size is about 60-70 adults and children.
  • BCC is LOCATED in Easton PA, the County Seat of Northampton County and the smallest of the three cities which makeup the Lehigh Valley. Though surrounded by and even drawing from varying levels of affluence, BCC has chosen to meet formally and focus much of its ministry in the West Ward of Easton, allowing for many opportunities of not only word ministry, but also deed ministry.
  • BCC’s VISION & PHILOSOPHY of MINISTRY is to be a Christ/Gospel-Centered Church which is expressed in our growing in 1) our communion with Jesus… 2) our community as we one-another… and 3) our co-mission as we try and bless the world around us! We tend to be reformed in our theology, missional in our thinking, and PCA in denominational affiliation.
  • FINANCIALLY, this position will require support raising that will be supplemented by BCC’s tithes and offerings.

If you have further interest please email Maria Wenner (maria.wenner@basf.com) and cc Mike Hollenbach (mhollenbach.bridge@gmail.com). If you have not seen BCC’s ‘search portfolio’, the documents will be mailed to you.

To apply for the position, we are asking all candidates to SUBMIT

  • Resume (w/ references)
  • 2 Sermons
  • Philosophy of your Mission/Ministry (a 1 page summary)

Our SEARCH PORTFOLIO includes the following 3 documents…

  • BCC’s DNA.Identity.Vision.Model
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(posted 1/7/19) – Gracepoint North Church is seeking to call a Part-Time Pastoral Intern, with a focus on youth ministry. The initial call will be part-time staff, with a view toward converting the call as the Lord provides. We are looking for an intern who is willing to learn and be mentored in church planting ministry. They will be given many opportunities for hands on experiences in various different ministries, along side opportunities to preach and teach. Alongside this mentored ministry, we have the current need to focus on building a youth ministry. The youth ministry is in its very early stages with only a few students. However, our continually growing children’s ministries will eventually need further specialized staff for this ministry.

Responsibilities/Learning Experiences:

  • A. Youth Ministry
    1. Pastoral Care, Discipleship
    2. Weekly Bible Studies/Discipleship Training
    3. Confirmation Class (Material will be provided)
    4. Other Programs: Retreats, etc.
  • B. Main Worship Service
    • Preach (depending on experience and improvement)
    • Preside (call to worship, announcements, etc)
    • Sunday Teams (Media/Sound team, Welcoming)
  • C. Pastoral Care/Discipleship
    1. Collaborate with Lead Pastor in Officers’ and Members’ Training,
      Discipleship Training, Pastoral Visitations
  • D. Meetings to Attend:
    • Monthly Prayer Meeting (1st Saturday of the Month; 8:30am)
    • Pastoral Meetings once every other week
    • Monthly Leadership Meeting (1st Tuesday of the Month: 8:00pm)
  • E. Opportunities to serve along side other leaders and their ministries:
    1. Gain experience in different ministries by serving alongside other
      ministry leaders (Inreach, Outreach, Welcoming, Children, Praise, etc)

Requirements:

  1. Qualification
    • Masters of Divinity from an accredited seminary (or attending)
  2. Required Abilities/Skills
    • Open mind/Teachable Heart!
    • Ability to communicate (preach, teach, and counsel) clearly,
      articulately, and pastorally
    • Ability to engage and interact with people of diverse backgrounds both in and outside of the congregation
    • Ability to organize and lead groups of people
    • Ability to organize and plan programs, events, etc
    • Willing to learn the spiritual gifts to build the local church
  3. Preferred Abilities/Skills
    • Displays leadership capacity compatible with Gracepoint North.
    • Self-initiating, independent, self-motivated, proactive
    • Can set own schedule & deadlines. Due to the high autonomy of this job a well disciplined work life is a necessity
    • Sensitive and adaptable to Gracepoint North culture
    • Team player and able to work with other staff members
    • Must be proactive in making relationships with church members, and have an open-door policy for helping those in need or seeking spiritual council

Description of the Church:

Gracepoint North is a church plant from Gracepoint Church. In a time when more churches are closing than opening, our church finds its calling to plant a new church to serve the northeastern part of Montgomery County in North Wales. By planting churches, we believe we will reach more people with the transforming gospel of Jesus Christ to fulfill the Great Commission.

The mission of Gracepoint North is to build a multiplying Gospel-centered community that is faithful to the Great Commandments (Matthew 22:36-40) and the Great Commission (Matthew 28:18-20).

Contact:
Paul Kim (Lead Pastor)
Phone: 215-602-1933
Email: pkim18@gmail.com

(posted 1/2/2019)Sacred Sector Fellowship empowers seminarians to explore their sacred calling in the faith-based nonprofit sector. Each Sacred Sector Fellow will receive a $5,000 stipend for their participation in the ten-week program. The fellowship begins with a five-day immersive learning experience to explore important topics that uniquely impact faith-based nonprofits. From there, Sacred Sector will partner each fellow with a faith-based nonprofit in Grand Rapids, Michigan where they will serve with as a strategic consultant over a period of nine weeks. This will allow participants to gain hands-on experience in developing and applying the skills and knowledge they have acquired.

More information and application links available here: www.sacredsector.org/fellowship

(posted 1/2/2019) – The Christian Study Center (CSC) in Gainesville, Florida is seeking an Associate Director for Educational Programming with a calling to bring together students, faculty, and community members to explore the intellectual and cultural resources of the Christian tradition in order to address enduring human questions and respond to challenges created by contemporary culture.

The ideal candidate will have relevant education and experience and thrive in an environment that seeks to be the embodiment of a Christian understanding of work, relationships, culture, and all of life. The ideal candidate will value collaboration and support among members of the CSC and the general community.

Responsibilities

The Associate Director for Educational Programming (ADEP) is responsible to shape, oversee, and administer the Christian Study Center’s educational program. This includes in-person large and small group gatherings, written materials, and online content. This person will develop, administer, and promote the CSC’s educational programming to general audiences and to the University community in accordance with the CSC’s vision and mission statements under the supervision of the Executive Director (ED).

The person in this role will also help shape the vision and strategy for the CSC  educational program. He or she will develop an annual program of public  lectures, seminars, and small groups in concert with the Executive Director. The regular responsibilities of this position include oversight of graduate student formation, undergraduate student formation, and clergy and campus minister programs. While the ADEP will be expected to teach, in many cases he or she will not be teaching or leading discussion, but instead must be adept at drawing in good local leadership for these programs from among clergy, laypeople, faculty, and graduate students.

Along with local programs, the ADEP will promote the Study Center’s work through print and online publications. The Center’s scholarly publication Reconsiderations will be his or her responsibility (with input from the ED) and the newsletter Under Consideration will also benefit from the ADEP’s involvement (in collaboration with the Director of Development). The ADEP will also help the Center to disseminate programs online (in text and audio format) for alumni and a broader audience.

Finally, he or she will oversee the administration of the Christian Study Center’s key extension of hospitality to our neighborhood, Pascal’s Coffeehouse (supervising its full-time manager). This includes programming for The Barista Society, a spiritual formation program focused on serving the employees of Pascal’s. The ADEP will also be engaged in regular collaboration as a staff member of the CSC (attendance at staff meetings, assistance with miscellaneous duties, etc.).

Minimum Qualifications

The ADEP must have at least a Master’s degree in a field that would prepare them to lead discussions related to ideas, texts, and culture, and to help build and sustain programs that continue to generate such conversations. The ADEP must be committed to a Christian understanding of life and culture, affirming the historic creeds and engaged in the life of the local church. The ADEP must be a gifted teacher. Employment with the CSC is also contingent upon background check.

Required Application Materials

Persons interested in applying for this position should send application via email to info@christianstudycenter.org. The required application materials include: Cover letter with a description of your qualifications and vision for the position, evidence of teaching effectiveness, philosophy of education, résumé/CV, and contact information for at least three references. Any questions should be directed to the Search Committee Chair Nick Dunn (nicholas.w.dunn@gmail.com).

Application Deadline

To ensure full consideration, all materials should be submitted no later than
January 31, 2019.


Job Opportunities Posted in December

(posted 12/14/2018) – Tri-Valley Presbyterian Church is seeking a full-time/part-time English Ministry Pastor. Tri-Valley Presbyterian Church is located in Pleasanton, CA. We have been in the Tri-Valley area for over 35 years. The Church consists of both a Korean and an English Ministry. We are looking for someone who can lead the worship, discipleship training, bible studies and support our continued growth in faith of our Savior and Lord, Jesus Christ. The English Ministry Pastor will work closely with the Session of the Church.

Qualifications include:

  • Have a strong personal relationship with Jesus Christ.
  • A Bachelor’s degree in Bible and Theology; OR a minimum of three year’s experience leading worship.
  • A desire to lead others into a transforming encounter with God.
  • Demonstrate ability to teach and lead a discipleship training.
  • Have good communication skills.

Responsibilities include:

  • Design worship services, in line with the vision of the Lead Pastor.
  • Lead the Worship services including the Praise Ministry.
  • Research and manage resources available for the growth of the ministry.
  • Lead the Discipleship Training to equip new disciples.
  • Design the Small Group curriculum and train the leaders to effectively lead the teams.
  • Provide English sermons during Church-wide Joint Worships on special services (i.e. Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas, etc.).
  • Provide support to the Media and Communications Ministry as it pertains to the worship service.
  • Recruit, train, motivate, and connect volunteers with appropriate service and growth opportunities within worship (i.e. worship team, praise team, fellowship ministry, welcome ministry and finance team).
  • Coach individuals and make disciples of Christ.

For more information or to apply, contact Stephanie Lee at stephanielee1999@yahoo.com or 650-387-8010.

(posted 12/10/18) – Maple Grove Mennonite Church is seeking a qualified individual to serve as Lead Pastor in the greater Atglen, PA community. Candidates interviewing for this role will be characterized by love for God and neighbor, a love for the community and for people of all races and walks of life. This catalytic, servant leader will lead our congregation to greater love of God and neighbor in our community. This is a transition role, starting alongside our current Lead Pastor, working with him and the Leadership Team toward a smooth transition to Lead Pastor.

Essential Duties:

  • Express devotion to God and His mission in the world.
  • Exhibit practical, redemptive, relational leadership and accountability to the Leadership Team, LanChester District and LMC’s accountability structures.
  • Foster relational health among the Leadership Team and the congregation.
  • Nurture/create a congregational culture that is “totally in love with Jesus.”
  • Invest in spiritual formation/discipleship through the Word and the Spirit.
  • Provide vision as he leads the Leadership Team in discernment and decision making.
  • Guide the Leadership Team in “equipping the saints for the work of ministry, for building up the body of Christ” (Ephesians 4.12-16).
  • Oversight and/or personal provision of the requirements of the pastoral office: baptisms, weddings and funerals; “caring for widows and orphans in their distress” (James 1.27).

Qualifications:

  • A disciple of Jesus Christ with evidence of excellent moral character and sound judgment in personal, family, and spiritual life.
  • A disciple who exhibits true devotion and worship to God the Father through Jesus Christ our Lord.
  • A leader who demonstrates fruit and anointing of the Holy Spirit.
  • Catalytic, “big-picture” leader with a shepherd’s heart who exhibits agape love for persons of all ages, races, and walks of life.
  • Expresses a passion to see lives transformed by faith in Jesus Christ and share the beauty of Jesus with others.
  • Passionate about evangelism and community outreach having mercy and compassion for the de-churched and unchurched in the local community.
  • A gifted communicator with the ability to approach all people with trust and love. Exhibits the same openness and approachability in return.
  • Pastoral experience with the gifts of teaching and preaching with noted interests in discipleship, multiplication and mission. Possesses potential strength and gifting in administration, leadership, and team-building.
  • Exhibit a commitment to oneness and unity with existing Leadership Team members.
  • Subscribes at a minimum to the 1995 Confession of Faith in a Mennonite Perspective, with a willingness to pursue greater expressions of orthodoxy and beauty in the Church. (We are not interested in those given to doctrinal innovation.)
  • Credentialed or willing to be credentialed through LMC, a fellowship of Anabaptist churches.

If interested, please email inquiry and your resume to: Bishop Steve Weaver sweaver@lmcchurches.org


Job Opportunities Posted in November

Serge is a non-profit, mission-sending agency dedicated to sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ and bringing positive transformation to communities worldwide…and we’re growing! To respond to the increased demands, we’re seeking a full-time Accounting Assistant to join our Finance Team. The qualified applicant will have a background in accounting / bookkeeping with payroll processing experience, solid understanding of GAAP, effective interpersonal skills, and a servant’s heart. Position is full-time with benefits (and does not require fund-raising).

Responsibilities

  • Maintains General & Subsidiary Ledgers
    • Prepares and posts adjusting entries, journal entries.
    • Imports contributions daily; processes closing-out procedures monthly and yearly.
  • Assists in Processing Payroll
    • Initiates payroll and transmits pay-advance wires.
    • Performs benefit calculations, deductions, payments, and deposits.
  • Provides Customer Service
    • Responds to emails and calls from overseas staff pertaining to support-funds, donations, payroll and taxes, rent and utilities, expense reimbursements, etc.
    • Analyzes field staff requests, provides resolution and/or refers to appropriate office staff.
  • Manages Donor Contributions
    • Records and facilitates stock transactions in donor system and maintains subsidiary ledger.
    • Reconciles donor and accounting systems.
  • Generates Budgets and Reports
    • Produces reports of accounting, payroll, budget, donors, overseas projects, etc.
    • Prepares fund-raising budgets for overseas staff.
  • Provides Oversight for Field Projects
    • Wires project funds to overseas staff and other payees.
    • Assists field staff in coding setup and recording project expenses.

Requirements

  • A personal commitment to Jesus Christ with a genuine desire to work in a dynamic, mission-driven environment and to apply one’s knowledge, skills, and abilities to advance the Gospel.
  • In work and interactions, demonstrates commitment to Serge Vision, Mission and Values.
  • Minimum 3 years background in accounting / bookkeeping with payroll processing experience and comprehensive understanding of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles.
  • Excellent computer skills & mastery of MS Excel; familiarity or strong aptitude for learning web-based software, databases, and payroll systems, e.g. Access, Donor Direct, SalesForce, Concur, Paycom.
  • Proficiency in operating 10-key adding machine by touch to perform arithmetic computations.
  • Exhibits grace and good judgment in handling competing tasks, demands, and deadlines.
  • Dependable team player with high attention to detail who consistently follows through to completion.
  • Clean FBI and child protection background check.

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 11/29/18) – Serge is a non-profit, mission-sending agency dedicated to sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ and bringing positive transformation to communities worldwide…and we’re growing! With a 25% increase in staffing over the last three years, we’re seeking an assistant to partner with Human Resources in serving and supporting staff in over 25 countries. Successful candidate will have good HR instincts, analytical talent, interpersonal effectiveness, exceptional attention to detail, and a servant’s heart. Position is
twenty hours per week (and does not require fund-raising).

Responsibilities

  • Onboard and Transition Staff
    • Coordinate with Member Care team and new staff to meet payroll and deployment deadlines.
    • Utilize Paycom HRIS to onboard all new employees and deploy overseas-bound staff.
  • Administer Benefits
    • Guide eligible employees through benefit enrollment process.
    • Review claims and coordinate with members and insurance carriers to resolve issues.
    • Coordinate with finance in reconciling benefit invoice billing.
  • Maintain Staff Information Systems
    • Manage Paycom HRIS and assign/track task checklists; maintain and update data.
    • Add new staff to SalesForce database; maintain/update data and generate reports.
    • Maintain HR metrics and statistics.
  • Support Compliance Efforts
    • Manage social security totalization applications, amendments and notifications.
    • Ensure equal employment reporting.
    • Assign and track company policy acknowledgements and updates.
    • Provide employment verification letters and visa-related documents.

Requirements

  • A personal commitment to Jesus Christ with a genuine desire to work in a dynamic, mission-driven environment and to apply one’s knowledge, skills, and abilities to advance the Gospel.
  • In work and interactions, demonstrates commitment to Serge Vision, Mission and Values.
  • Degree or background in human resources, paralegal, accounting or related field.
  • Strong technical and analytical abilities; highly organized; values efficiency and functions accordingly.
  • Effective and thorough communication, especially written, demonstrating mastery of good writing.
  • Excellent computer skills & mastery of MS Word & Excel; familiarity or strong aptitude for learning web-based software, HR-payroll systems, and databases e.g. Google Drive, Paycom, SalesForce, Concur, Zoom.
  • Exhibits grace and professionalism in handling competing tasks, demands, and deadlines.
  • Demonstrates interpersonal competence and exercises wisdom and high level of discretion in handling sensitive and confidential situations and communications.

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 11/27/18) – Philadelphia Korean Baptist Church is in search of a high energy and Christ passionate Youth Pastor. The youth group consists of 15-20 people aging from middle school to high school. Most of these kids have been attending our church their entire lives. Your main duty would be to prepare a sermon for Sunday service at 10:30 am. Other duties include attending activities that happen once a month. Preparation of papers and little office work should be expected. After service we all have lunch together upstairs in the cafeteria. Short bible study takes place after lunch and then we break. You will have a supportive group of 4-6 college students that will help you with all of these steps every week. Please reach out by phone or email. Thank you!

Phone: 484-354-5274
Email: Philkim311@gmail.com

(posted 11/26/18) – CLC Ministries USA is looking for a knowledgeable Accountant to manage our day-to-day accounting and finance requirements in a Christian environment as a servant leader. Trustworthy, confidentiality, excellent, accuracy, organizational and bookkeeping skills are important qualifications for this position, as well as good office relational skills, including the ability to communicate clearly. The ideal candidate for this position is a skilled multi-tasker, is reliable and is committed to consistently meeting deadlines. 20 to 30 hours per week. Current Accountant will assist with handover. Reports to the Finance Director.

Responsibilities:

  • Balance and maintain accurate ledgers
  • Coordinate bank deposits and report financial results on a regular basis to management
  • Monitor expenses and tally and enter cash receipts
  • Oversee payment of vendor invoices and track bank account balances
  • Develop monthly financial statements, including profit and loss statements and balance sheets
  • Perform monthly, quarterly and annual accounting activities including reconciliations of bank and credit card accounts, coordination and completion of annual audits, review financial reports/support as necessary
  • Assist Finance Director with analyzing and reporting on financial status including income statement variances, to communicate financial results to management, budget preparation and analysis
  • Recommend improvements to systems and procedures and assist with corrective actions
  • Perform other necessary and related work as assigned
  • Commitment to team work and support of the Mission’s spiritual activities such as daily prayer and weekly chapel

Required Qualifications & Skills:

  • Agreement with CLC’s statement of faith
  • Responsible experience working in accounts payable and receivable, general ledger, payroll and payroll reports
  • Strong knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles
  • Extensive experience with data entry, record keeping and computer operation
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office, Excel and QuickBooks
  • Excellent organizational, problem-solving, project management and communication skills

Pluses:

  • Experience in services related to payroll such as writing checks and submitting payroll taxes
  • Manage all payroll activities including preparing quarterly payroll returns along with annual business taxes
  • Oversee taxes and abide by federal regulations
  • Experience in Audit and International accounting
  • Prior work with a Christian nonprofit organization
  • Familiar with fund accounting
  • CPA certification or equivalent level of accounting work experience

Contact:

Manager of Administration and Finance: Larry Schmidt
Phone: 215-542-1242
Email: lschmidt@clcusa.org

(posted 11/19/18) – Community Mennonite Fellowship, a congregation of 250 in Milton, PA with a contemporary worship, is seeking a male Lead Pastor to join our ministry staff.  Applicants must be committed to preaching, teaching, and guiding people in a continually maturing relationship with Christ in accordance to Anabaptist values and with biblical passion.  A complete job description and church profile can be viewed at www.cmfmilton.org.  Submit resume to office@cmfmilton.org.

(posted 11/5/18) – Cornerstone Community Church, a diverse, non-denominational inner city church in Philadelphia, is seeking a full or part-time Children’s Ministry Director.  This opportunity is for someone who wants to make a difference in the lives of hundreds of children and their families in a dense inner-city neighborhood.  We have a vibrant and well-established children’s ministry in the Kensington.  We need a passionate and talented individual who is ready to serve Christ and his people with us.  This position reports to the Lead Pastor. (Learn more about our church at cccphilly.com)

Essential Duties & Responsibilities

  • Teach and lead Kids Club on Tuesday nights
  • Oversee after-school program on Thursday afternoons
  • Supervise children’s church and Sunday school
  • Coordinate VBS and summer camps
  • Coordinate and supervise volunteer teams

Education & Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree or 1-2 years of relevant experience and/or training, or equivalent combination of education and experience, required. One year of college-level Biblical studies, preferred.
  • 1-2 years children’s ministry experience, required
  • Must be passionate about teaching and demonstrating the word of God to children and youth.
  • Maintains a personal, active relationship with Jesus Christ and is a consistent witness
  • A love and desire to work with children
  • Works well with people
  • Proficient in scripture
  • Enthusiastic and personable
  • Must be willing to fully participate in fellowshipping and worshipping at CCC

To Apply

  • Contact Pastor Bill Curry at church (215-426-3644) or by cell phone (215-313-8575)

Job Opportunities Posted in October

(posted 10/24/18) – First Presbyterian Church of Lancaster is seeking a full-time Director of Student Ministries.  The dynamic individual must have a passion for assisting middle and high school students, and young adults, as they seek to grow in faith in Jesus Christ. The individual will foster a community of young people to be included and incorporated into all possible aspects of the church.  Interested candidates should email a cover sheet and resume to openings@fpclive.org.

(posted 10/4/18) – Cornerstone Counseling Ministries (CCM) is a non-profit Christian Counseling center located in Easton, PA dedicated to providing counseling services in order to offer help and hope to those in our community. CCM is looking to hire a Part-Time Administrative Assistant to provide administrative and office support by implementing systems, procedures and policies, and monitoring administrative projects. To apply or for more information please contact Maria Greco at MGreco@ccmeastson.com.

(posted 10/2/18) – Our church is currently seeking a Youth Pastor to add to our pastoral staff. The candidate must be a motivated, high-energy individual with a pastor’s heart. He will be responsible for the entire youth ministry of the church, as well as general pastoral duties.

Requirements include fulfillment of the Biblical qualifications for the office of Elder; agreement with the Doctrinal Statement of Calvary Bible Church and be submissive to the church’s constitution; not holding to a strict Calvinistic position on the doctrine of election; been baptized by immersion; Bible College or Seminary graduate; experience in youth ministry; musical ability would be a plus.

Responsibilities include responsibility for the youth program of Calvary Bible Church (junior & senior high school); teaching the youth and the training of youth staff to assist him in this ministry; maintain a visitation ministry with the youth/families of the church; parent/teen counseling as needed; preach at the direction of the Senior Pastor and in accordance with his gifts; assist in the worship services at the direction of the Senior Pastor.

For more information or to apply contact Senior Pastor, Dr. Howard D. Houtz at 717-248-5409 or howard@calvarybibleonline.org.


Job Opportunities Posted in September

(posted 9/7/18) – St. John Host Church, located in Host, PA, was founded in 1727 as a Reformed congregation. We are now a non-denominational church and part of the Evangelical Association averaging 35 people for weekly attendance. The mission of our church family is to show God’s love in such a way that people will exchange ordinary living for an extraordinary life by having a personal relationship with God through their faith in Jesus Christ.

We are a family oriented congregation searching for a compassionate and caring person with a Bible college related or seminary degree or proven continuance toward that degree. We seek a person who will guide our congregation in its spiritual growth with the love of Jesus Christ in their heart and in their soul.

Part time salary and benefits will be initially offered with the intention of growing the placement into a full-time position. Interested applicants should email questions, cover letters, and resumes to RogerY@kountrykraft.com.

Website: http://www.hostchurch.org. We look forward to hearing from you.

(posted 9/11/18) – Trinity Christian Church of Greater Philadelphia (TCCGP) is looking for a Pastor to lead the English Ministry (EM). TCCGP is a non-denominational ethnic Asian church. The EM pastor will shepherd the adults in the English Ministry and also oversee the Youth Ministry with the youth pastor and the Children Ministry with the Chinese pastor.

Qualifications:

  • Meet the Biblical qualifications of a church elder and teacher
  • Subscribe to the doctrinal beliefs of TCCGP
  • Master of Divinity or equivalent from an accredited institution
  • Ordained minister. Previous experience in pastoring adults and youths required
  • Have a compassionate shepherd’s heart for people of all backgrounds and life stages
  • Embrace Biblical multi-culturalism
  • Ability to work with peopleand a team-player
  • Cross cultural experience, especially with US and Asian cultures, is preferred
  • Passion for outreach is required and church planting experience is preferred

Responsibilities:

  • Work with other leaders to set direction for the adult English,youth and children ministries
  • Shepherding the adult English congregation, including discipleship and caring
  • Oversee the youth pastor and the youth ministry
  • Oversee the children ministry with the Chinese pastor
  • Preach from pulpit and share Sunday school and other Bible study teachings duties
  • Share overall church responsibilities as a member of the Elder Board

Interested candidates should email resume to johnpau@verizon.net.

(posted 9/14/18) – Chelten is a church of approximately 700 weekly attenders located in the northern suburbs of Philadelphia. Our church is affiliated with CBAmerica. We are a community of people brought together by our belief in the gospel—the good news that God the Father cares so much for us who live in a sinful world that he sent his son Jesus Christ to be the solution for all of humanity’s needs so that his Spirit would live in us forever. Our church exists to worship the triune God, to nurture his family, and to share his gospel of hope. The Senior Pastor of Worship is one of three pastors who form a pastoral leadership team. We are seeking a Senior Pastor of Worship who will lead congregants to truly worship God by fully giving over to him their heart, mind and will. In keeping with our church’s vision, Chelten desires to reflect the ethnic diversity of the kingdom and our local community in both our congregation and our leadership positions.

Responsibilities include:

  • Schedule and plan regular and special worship services
  • Be responsible for the primary preaching in Sunday morning services (50% or greater)
  • Lead and shepherd the Worship Team in conjunction with the Worship & Arts director and/or Worship Coordinator (Music Ministry, Audio-Visual Services) so that they inculcate and inflame a passion for Christ among God’s people
  • Supervise, shepherd and disciple the staff leaders of Children’s Ministries and Student Ministries
  • Assess the short and long-term shepherding needs of the church and community to ensure that the preaching ministry meets those needs, especially with a regular outreach emphasis
  • In addition to responsibilities with the Worship Team, oversee the Heritage and Prayer ministries and Resource Room
  • Recruit, hire, equip and train church staff and lay leadership
  • Counsel members and attendees, making referrals for additional care when appropriate
  • Serve on the Board of Elders

Qualifications include:

  • Meet the qualifications of an Elder and a Pastoral Team Leader as described in Chelten’s by-laws, including membership and ordination, and be in personal agreement with the church’s constitution and by-laws
  • Have earned at least a Master of Divinity degree from an accredited evangelical seminary
  • 5+ years of pastoral experience
  • Subscribe to and be in complete harmony with statement of faith and church covenant
  • Demonstrate a life of holiness, prayer and gospel outreach
  • Be able to preach regularly and effectively, displaying a love for the gospel and a heart for the lost that is evident to others
  • Be committed to ongoing education through formal and informal means

Cover letters and resumes can be emailed to the attention of Mr. Nate Bailey, Elder at pastorsearchworship@chelten.org.

(posted 9/20/18) – Evangelical Bible-based church in Scotland, CT is seeking a Pastor to replace retiring pastor of 37 years. Candidate must have pastoral experience, be committed to the inerrancy of Scripture, be gifted in preaching, and excited to pastor a mission-minded church.

If seriously interested, send a short bio to Office@cfcscotland.org and you will be promptly contacted with an initial phone call.

(posted 9/27/18) – We are eagerly looking for a Director for our new church preschool. The ideal candidate will have a passion for partnering with families to guide preschoolers to honor God by living like Jesus by offering a developmentally appropriate, biblically based education in a loving, safe and nurturing environment. This person will be able to relate well with preschoolers, staff and the parents of preschoolers from the church and community.

Emmanuel Faith Community Church has grown from a few families to a weekly attendance of over 4,000. We have a variety of ministries designed to reach out to our community with the hope of the gospel and to grow together as a church family. We are grateful to God for a rich history as an independent, bible teaching church in inland, north San Diego County. Rev. Dennis Keating is the church’s Senior Pastor.

We are very excited about the recent opening of our new Children’s Center with designated space for a weekday preschool that we anticipate launching in the fall of 2019.

While we prefer a director who possesses a bachelor’s degree, candidates for this position must possess 12 or more semester units of early childhood education and 3 or more units of administration in addition to California certification as a Preschool Director; must have 4 years of early childhood teaching experience including 2 years of supervisory experience as a director, and must possess a solid understanding of how preschoolers develop. Candidates must endorse the Emmanuel Faith Community Church doctrinal statement as presented in our constitution and bylaws. The abilities to lead, communicate and administrate with a heart for God and children are essential to this job.

Resumes are being accepted now with a view to filling the position by December of 2018.

All inquiries regarding this position should be emailed to: Alanna Dunaway, Human Resources Director, Emmanuel Faith Community Church, 639 E. 17th Ave., Escondido, CA 92025. E-Mail: adunaway@efcc.org; Web Site: www.efcc.org.


Job Opportunities Posted in August

(posted 8/6/18) – Covenant Church seeks a full-time Student Ministry Associate to work in cooperation with our Student Pastor to build a dynamic and healthy Student Ministry; serve as a leader, working within the church’s vision for the overall growth of Student Ministry through discipleship and outreach to new students; seek to creatively implement vision in a way that is relevant for the student population in order to engage, enfold and equip students.

Qualifications include heart and passion for students; 2+ years of experience working with students; 4-year college degree (or close to completion); exceptional relational skills; proficient organizational, follow-through, and computer skills.

For more information or to apply, please forward your resume to Brady Rennix, Student Ministry Pastor (BradyR@covenantdoylestown.org).

(posted 8/6/18) – Currently accepting applications for the Youth & Family Director position at St. John Lutheran Church in Blue Bell, Pa. We are seeking an individual to lead, guide and grow our children and youth ministries.

Responsibilities would include: leading the Sunday School program for our children and youth, overseeing the youth ministries of both Middle School (6-8th) and High School (9-12th) groups, coordinating the finances of children and youth ministries, supervising fundraising efforts for both groups, communicating on multiple platforms with the Pastor, staff, Council, congregation and families of the youth, recruiting volunteers and overseeing the care of the volunteers before, during and after their times of service, and coordinating with Pastor seasonal events.

Requirements/responsibilities:

  • Maintain relationships with youth and their families with verbal and written communications.
  • Pay attention to details, organize, keep records, meet deadlines and handle multiple tasks simultaneously.
  • Develop excellent working relationships with peers, supervisor and church members.
  • Work in a self-directed but collaborative manner with supervisor, peers, volunteers and church members.
  • Strong computer skills using the Internet, Microsoft Office, etc.
  • Climb a ladder, lift up to 40 pounds, work in a variety of weather conditions for extended periods of time, play high energy, physical games with children and youth, stay up all night as a supervisor for lock ins, and maintain an enthusiastic presence during programs and events.

Prior experience working with children and youth as an adult is strongly preferred. We are looking for an outgoing, energetic person with a heart for youth and family ministry and a strong desire to build a program here at St. John. Must be able to provide three references, and satisfactorily complete the necessary background checks and tests as required by our Employee Handbook.

This position is a non-exempt, part-time position, with requirements for work on Sundays, evenings, weekends, and special events and programs in the summer months, and features comparable salary pay for this level of youth work. Cover Letter and Resume/CV may be emailed to Pastor Sarah Stobie of St. John Lutheran Church at pastorsarahstobie@gmail.com. You may visit our church website for more details about our mission and ministry at www.stjohnbluebell.org

(updated 8/6/18) – Founded in 1989, Esperanza Health Center is a Christian non-profit community health center serving the Latino and underserved communities of North Philadelphia, providing a range of health services including adult and pediatric primary care, dental care, women’s health and prenatal care, behavioral health services, nutrition counseling, HIV/AIDS care, social services, and spiritual care.

To apply for one of the positions listed below, please visit our website at www.esperanzahealth.com/opportunities.

Primary Care Physicians – Board-certified Internal Medicine, Family Medicine, or Med/Peds Physicians to provide Christ-centered primary care to the predominantly Latino North Philadelphia community. Spanish functionality (or willingness to learn) is required. Providers have received loan repayment via National Health Service Corps, the Pennsylvania Loan Repayment Program, or Project MedSend.

Director for Quality Assurance and Population Health – Board-certified Physician / Nurse Practitioner / Physician Assistant / Registered Nurse to be responsible for the overall administration of Esperanza’s Quality Assurance Team and clinical risk management initiatives. The Associate Medical Director for Quality Assurance and Population Health will lead and coordinate quality improvement measures across all departments of the health center, monitor and improve Esperanza’s clinical quality measures and serve as a clinical lead for grant reporting, lead Population Health at Esperanza, overseeing Patient Centered Medical Home, track and improve hospital and emergency room utilization, lead Esperanza’s participation in Quality Incentive Programs from payers and Esperanza’s Clinical Risk Management programs, and supervise Esperanza’s Department of Care Management. This position will also provide direct primary care services.

Nurse Practitioner – A certified Nurse Practitioner to provide Christ-centered primary care to the predominantly Latino North Philadelphia community. Spanish functionality (or willingness to learn) is required. Providers have received loan repayment via National Health Service Corps, the Pennsylvania Loan Repayment Program, or Project MedSend.

Clerical Assistant – Responsible for registering patients’ demographics, insurance, and financial information into the EMR prior to service. Clerical Assistants utilize insurance websites or directly contact insurance companies to verify eligibility and to confirm provider assignment. Other responsibilities include preparing fee tickets prior to clinical visit, and notating all issues concerning insurance problems or missing documentation.

Clinical Nurse (RN) – Provides triage and other direct care to adult, pediatric, and obstetric patients in the Latino and underserved communities of North Philadelphia. This position is part of the Primary Care Team that provides holistic Christ-centered care to our patients. Responsibilities include: assessing needs of walk-in and call-in patients, patient health education, coordinating multidisciplinary care for complex patients, providing spiritual care, training of triage staff, and support to clinical team.

Clinical Supervisor – This position is 1/2 time Clinical Supervisor, 1/2 time Medical Assistant. The Clinical Supervisor at 5th Street supports the Head Nurse in leading the nursing/MA team, including: direct patient care, inventory and ordering of clinical supplies, training of staff, and involvement in clinical quality improvement measures. Other responsibilities include: addressing the needs of walk-in and call-in patients, making arrangements for needed follow up; phlebotomy, dispensary coverage, vaccine coordination, cleaning and organizing exam rooms, and nurturing the spiritual growth of team members and patients. This position reports to the Head Nurse at Hunting Park.

Community Health & Wellness Coordinator – Provides administrative support to the CH&W Department. The CH&W Coordinator is responsible for assisting with program logistics and implementation, marketing, and community programs coordination. Other responsibilities include: tracking measurable outcomes that improve overall community health, monitoring progress toward CH&W management goals, tracking income and expenses, clinic public relations, and coordinating logistics of partnerships with outside agencies for departmental programs and facility use.

Custodial Specialist – Maintains a clean and orderly state of the premises of Esperanza Health Center. Additional responsibilities include maintaining environmental services equipment and supplies, performing cleaning and custodial tasks, and participating in seasonal maintenance projects such as snow removal and landscaping. Evening and weekend availability is required. This position is 15 hrs/week, from 6:30pm – 9:30pm, Monday – Friday.

Director of Nursing – Responsible for the delivery of nursing and clinical support services in the organization and throughout all the EHC facilities. Responsibilities include: development and implementation of an annual budget for the nursing department and clinical operations; maintenance of evidence based clinical policies and procedures; oversight of orientation and training of nursing department personnel and student externs; maintenance and implementation of OSHA and employee health procedures and coordination of OSHA staff trainings; supervision of phlebotomy and POC laboratory services; coordination of QA initiatives for the nursing department; participation as Safety Officer on the Emergency Management Team; and provision of effective and efficient nursing care to patients in a multicultural, inner-city setting.

Head Nurse – Responsible for overseeing the Nursing/Clinical Support department at the Kensington (K&A) site. This includes the direct supervision and leadership of staff nurses and clinical supervisors, including training, encouraging, coaching & performance management, staffing, and spiritual leadership and guidance. Other responsibilities include: budget recommendations, oversight of laboratory compliance, vaccine protocols and management, infection control procedures, establishing goals for QA initiatives, oversight of inventory management, contributing to internal clinic initiatives such as OSHA Training and PPD influenza vaccine administration, ordering and maintenance and collaborating as needed with other departments and external agencies. This position is primarily administrative, but fills in for nursing and clinical support staff providing direct care as needed in the case of vacancies.

HIV Care Coordinator – Responsible for coordinating and provide primary care services to patients with HIV disease, in collaboration with the center’s medical staff. Other responsibilities include: maintaining individualized documentation/care plan for HIV patients based on on-going assessment and flagging services needed; providing on-going patient education to empower patients to take an active role in managing their health; working closely with the broader HIV team to assure that patients receive needed services and referrals; assisting with HIV testing activities in the clinic, and offering spiritual care to patients in need. This position reports to the Lead Care Coordinator.

HIV Program Administrator – Responsible for the administration of Esperanza’s HIV Program. This includes data collection and analysis, tracking performance measures and deliverables, recommending and implementing best practices for HIV program administration, setting department objectives and measures, and providing leadership to HIV Care Team. The HIV Program Administrator reports to the Director of Behavioral Health and Social Services. This position is planned as part-time, 16 hrs/week. However, depending upon applicants’ availability, scope of interest and experience, and mutual agreement with Esperanza, this role could potentially include other responsibilities and be expanded up to full-time hours.

IT Intern – Serves the IT department in a variety of end-user functions, including security access, account setup, basic technical support, issuing computers, and other IT service tickets. This position is part-time, 5-8 hours a week, and temporary, for an estimated 5-6 months.

Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) – Serves the needs of the clinical team by addressing the needs of walk-in and call-in patients. Other responsibilities include: gathering and documenting patient’s chief complaint and signs and symptoms of illness; participating in patient health education; performing medication reconciliation and patient teaching around medication adherence; assisting in coordinating care of complex or acutely ill patients; providing spiritual care to patients; administering vaccines and injectable medications; and assisting with other clinical procedures. This position reports to the Director of Nursing.

Medical Assistant – Serves as a member of the Medical Assistant team providing support of the clinicians and in the provision of safe and whole person care to our patients. The Medical Assistant will be responsible for preparing adults and children for exams and assists adult practitioners and pediatricians. They will address the needs of walk-in and call-in patients; help make arrangements for needed follow up. The Medical Assistant may also perform phlebotomy, cover the dispensary role, tend to orderliness, cleanliness and stocking of exam rooms between patient visits; assist in organizing storage areas; and nurture the spiritual growth of team members and patients.

Nurse Care Manager (with either a CRNP or RN licensure) – An integral member of the Care Management Department, focused on patients recognized as high-risk and/or high-utilizer, who require multidisciplinary care management to improve patient outcomes and reduce emergency room utilization and hospitalizations. The Nurse Care Manager works together with primary care practitioners, community health workers and registered dietitians to deliver holistic care, develop and implement care plan strategies and patient education during in-home and in-office visits, and work with team members to provide linkages for the various health and social needs of patients.

Office Manager – Responsible for ensuring patient access to care and overall satisfaction with services provided by the clerical team. The Office Manager is responsible for managing front office operations pertaining to the revenue cycle, ensuring compliance with all insurance company regulations, HRSA and Ryan White requirements, and applicable state and federal laws. This position is responsible for supervising the Clerical team at Hunting Park, including staffing and performance management. This position reports to the Practice Administrator.

Phone Operator – Works in the Kensington (K&A) call center, providing comprehensive customer services to patients and internal and external constituents of Esperanza Health Center. Other responsibilities include: scheduling patient appointments, verifying demographic and insurance information with each patient interaction, documenting and routing clinical questions via EMR, and transferring calls. This position reports to the Call Center Supervisor. This position is part-time, 20 hrs/week from 9am – 1pm, and temporary for 3 months.

Referral Tracking Specialist – Responsible to ensure that all clinician orders (consultations, tests, and labs) are completed and the results are integrated into the patient electronic health record (EHR). If the order is not completed, the Referral Tracking Specialist will take appropriate steps to follow-up, closing the loop on the referral/lab with the patient, specialist, and in the EHR, working closely with clinical teams to assure that the patients are getting the care that was requested and that there is proper documentation in the EHR. This position reports to the Practice Administrator.

Registered Dietitian (RD) – An integral member of the Care Management team, responsible for coordinating the implementation of nutrition counseling among the patient population, accomplishing the goals set forth for disease prevention, and overseeing nutrition education initiatives. This includes providing individual counseling sessions, collaborating with clinicians for Diabetes care management, organizing and implementing group sessions, assisting with clinic health department staff and tracking outcomes in regards to specific grants and general department and clinic goals. This position is part-time, 2 days/week.

Wellness Assistant – Provides customer service for patients and community members in the fitness room, as well as administrative and programmatic support for other community wellness initiatives such as FamilyFit programming, Esperanza Fresh, fitness/group exercise classes, gardening, etc. This position is critical for program promotion, linking individuals and families to available programs and providing program implementation support. This position is part-time, 16 hrs/week.

(posted 8/13/18) – True Light Church is seeking a part-time High School Pastor who can align with the church’s vision statement and minister to the high school students. Our vision is to “illuminate God colors in the world” and our mission is to “create a church where unchurched people love to attend.” The total church average attendance is 450 with 60 youth group students. The pastor will shepherd 30 high school students.

Responsibilities include Sunday preaching, Friday meetings, and visitations; planning and organizing retreats (spring & winter), summer mission trips, and other activities geared towards high school students; provide spiritual leadership and pastoral care to students and teachers; work closely and meet with pastoral staff and lay leaders in fulfilling True Light’s vision; monthly staff meetings.

Qualifications include MDiv (or working towards) from an accredited seminary; heart and passion for youth students and the local church.

To apply, please send resume with photo and statement of faith to truelightem01@gmail.com or:
18 Essex Road
Paramus, NJ 07652

(posted 8/21/18) – Community Fellowship Church is looking for an experienced part-time Men’s Ministry Director to join our staff on a journey to advance the mission of God in our world. CFC is a suburban congregation of over 800 located in Lancaster, PA. Modern worship and biblically-based preaching characterize our three worship services. In an effort to make committed followers of Christ, CFC has a strategic plan aimed at advancing a missional mindset while promoting biblical literacy and healthy community.

The Men’s Ministry Director will actively manage and develop the architecture and atmosphere of men’s ministry based on our church’s vision. CFC believes men are more than an audience—they are agents of God’s mission and
capable of expanding His kingdom.

Requirements include having a proven track record of achievement in ministry; demonstrated initiative as a mobilizer and trainer of volunteers, able to thrive in overseeing multiple projects simultaneously; spiritually and emotionally mature; exceptional interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills, as well as the attitude of a life-long learner; well-versed in contemporary culture, trends, and men’s ministry models; an experienced teacher with a passion for the Word of God; an create a strategic growth plan that aligns with the direction of our church; a bachelor’s degree.

Submit a cover letter, resume, and brief testimony as one electronic file to employment@communityfellowship.com.

(posted 8/23/18) – Peninsula Covenant Church seeks a full-time Community and Gathering Pastor. The Vision of PCC is to see 10% of homes in our city centered on Christ by 2025. We know we cannot do this alone, but our commitment is to see 35-50 (3 people per home) new homes centered on Christ each year through our multi site experiences. As the pastor of one of Central Ministry Campus gatherings, you will lead the charge to Infuse the hope of Christ into the most influential region in the world. The Community and Gathering Pastor serves as vision champion, gathering team leader, and gathering shepherd.

For more information or to apply click here.


Job Opportunities Posted in July

(posted 7/16/18) – CLC Ministries is looking for a knowledgeable Bookkeeper/Accountant with experience in a non-profit organization to assist managing our day-to-day accounting and finance requirements in a Christian environment as a servant leader. Trustworthy, confidentiality, excellent organizational skills and accuracy are important qualifications for this position, as well as good office relational skills, including the ability to communicate clearly. The ideal candidate for this position is a skilled multi-tasker, is reliable and is committed to consistently meeting deadlines. 20 to 30 hours per week. Reports to the Finance director.

Requirements include agreement with CLC’s statement of faith; 5+ years’ experience working in accounts; knowledge of accepted accounting principles and experience with data entry; record keeping and computer operation; proficiency in Microsoft Office, Excel and QuickBooks; experience related to payroll; experience in audit and international accounting. Preference for CPA certification or equivalent experience; prior work with a Christian nonprofit organization; familiarity with fund accounting.

For more information or to apply, contact personnel director Jeanette Van Veldhuizen at jeanettev@clcusa.org or 215-542-1242.

(posted 7/19/18) – The Salvation Army of Milton, PA has an opening for a Youth Ministry Assistant, who would support the Corps Officer with reaching out to youth in the community and assist the church in developing new youth programming, as well as meet with prospective youth in the community. Must have an understanding and appreciation for The Salvation Army Mission Statement. The Youth Ministry Assistant will be in charge of gathering volunteers for youth programs and will be the primary contact for youth leaders. Part-time, 20-29 hours per week.

Must have 2 or more years of experience in working with youth. The person holding this position must be(come) a uniform wearing Salvationist and become an active member at the Milton Corps. A minimum of an Associate’s Degree, or work related experience. Must have sensitivity to working families from all walks of life.

For more information or to apply, contact Sunbury & Milton Offices Community Coordinator Joel T. Harris at 570-246-9816 or Joel.Harris@USE.SalvationArmy.Org

(posted 7/19/18) – Lancaster Bible College Philadelphia Site is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Adjunct Professor in the Bible and Theology Department. Lancaster Bible College’s Mission is to “Educate Christian Students to think and live a Biblical Worldview and to proclaim Christ by serving Him in the Church and Society”. Our Philadelphia campus is growing in enrollment, and we seek to have qualified instructors to fill the need of engaging our growing undergraduate student population with the college’s mission. The Bible and Theology Department serves as the primary influence of shaping students’ Biblical worldview for a career in several vocations in addition to church ministry (read more about Department Objectives and core classes).

Adjunct faculty for the undergraduate Bible and Theology program provide instruction in theology courses for the general education requirement in all departments, as well as specialized courses for a Bible and Theology Bachelor’s Degree. Adjunct faculty responsibilities include:

  • Preparation of syllabus and teaching of curriculum according to the goals and objectives of the department.
  • Participation in two departmental meetings and two faculty campus-wide meetings per year.
  • Determine student mastery of material and assign final course grades from evaluation of tests, quizzes, homework, and other assignments and activities related to course material.
  • Consult with program director for course development strategies in response to an annual class visit and evaluation by the program director.

Qualifications:

  • Must have at least an MA in Biblical/Theological Studies.
  • Preferred experience includes teaching at the college or university level.
  • The ability to work with adult undergraduate students in an inner city context.
  • A demonstrated, vibrant Christian faith compatible with the mission of Lancaster Bible College.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of both Narrative and Systematic Theology, with an ability to implement critical thinking strategies in classroom and assignments.

Interested candidates should send resume/CV to Philadelphia Bible and Theology Program Director at abruno@lbc.edu

(posted 7/19/18) – River Street Baptist Church in Oneonta, NY is looking for a Pastor to conduct pastoral duties. Our congregation is small, with mostly retired people who enjoy fellowship and have genuine affection for others. We are a close congregation that help one another. The pastor that the Lord sends us must know that there is work to be done and a church to grow, particularly with the youth. He must teach biblically based doctrines in his messages, as well as by his life. We provide a three-bedroom parsonage and salary.

Our church is an independent Baptist Church and was incorporated in 1922. A new constitution was accepted in January 2018. We are almost debt free, but the church is currently in need of additional repairs. Renovations to the parsonage occurred in 2014.

Interested candidates, please submit a resume with references and letter of intent to:
Attention: Pastor Search Committee
River Street Baptist Church
133 River Street
Oneonta, NY 13820

(posted 7/24/18) – The Director of Finance is responsible for financial health of CLC, providing financial oversight and stewardship of the ministry resources to maximize the use of available funds. They will produce and review financial reports, monitor accounts, develop strategies and plans for the long-term financial goals to aid management in making sound financial decisions. They will oversee the coordination of cost controls and accounting. 8 to 16 hours per week.

Qualifications include agreement with CLC’s statement of faith; minimum of a B.A Business, Finance or Accounting, ideally with an MBA/CPA or related degree and 5+ years accounting and supervisory experience; proficiency in Microsoft Office, Excel and QuickBooks; excellent organizational, problem-solving, project management and communication skills; desire to work in a ministry capacity as a servant leader. Preference for candidates with prior work with a Christian organization and experience supervising administrative professionals.

For more information or to apply, contact Personnel Director Jeanette Van Veldhuizen at jeanettev@clcusa.org or 215-542-1242.

(posted 7/27/18) – MOMentum Coworking and MOMentum Kids Club located in Dresher, PA are in search of a Director of Aftercare, Group Supervisors and Infant Caregivers. Hours are Monday, Wednesday, Friday 3:30-6 pm and Tuesday/Thursday 9 am-6 pm. Programs are offered in partnership with Jarrettown United Methodist Church and New Life Presbyterian Church in Dresher. Requirements include 60 credits in education, human development or related field and childcare experience, clearances and CPR/first aid.

Email resume’ and availability to info@momentumcoworkingwithkids.com. More info available at www.momentumcoworkingwithkids.com.