Ministry Source Job Opportunities
community meetings, partnerships, collaboration, networking; personnel related activities; volunteer management and training; participation in strategic planning; other tasks as assigned by the Executive Director. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree required; five years’ experience in a management position with prior experience in program management preferred. Please send a cover letter and resume, along with your salary requirements, to: email@example.com
Business Development Assistant, New Hope Center, Northville, MI. Part-time. The Business Development Assistant supports the overall business development plan for the New Hope Center for Grief Support. Responsibilities include assisting the Fund Development Director with business development, fundraising, and the planning of special events, as well as the recruiting, training, and oversight of the agencies’ volunteer workforce. The position reports to the Fund Development Director. Qualifications: experience working with event management and a volunteer workforce; provide portfolio of writings including donation letters, marketing brochures, and flyers. Grant writing a plus; proven skill with Microsoft Publisher, PowerPoint, Excel, and fundraising event and database software; advanced experience in Social Media applications including Facebook and Twitter, as well as website maintenance; ability to adapt to different situations and changes while maintaining strong relationships; able to work set 20 hours per week Monday through Thursday with some evening meetings; four to six Saturdays a year are also required based on the scheduled events; must be a committed Christian with active membership in a church and willing to sign a statement of faith; personal grief experience or understanding of the grief process. Visit our website: web: http://www.newhopecenter.net. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org No phone calls please.
Director of Organizational Development, Frontline Technologies, Exton, PA. Frontline Technologies, located in Exton, PA, a company where values and character lead decision-making and drive success, is seeking a full-time Director of Organizational Development to live, influence and strengthen its company culture and core values. Required are a minimum of 10 years progressive, professional leadership experience, a bachelor's degree or equivalent and experience in a fast growing environment. Creative recruiting ability and SPHR credentials a plus. Successful candidate will invest in others and demonstrate the value of team success. He or she will also lead HR compliance efforts and will advocate for the health and safety of personnel. Must be self-motivated, innovative, trustworthy, a team player, critical thinker and service-oriented. Knowledge in employment law, compliance and human systems desired. Computer proficiency and strong communication skills a must. Please email resume and letter of qualification to North Group Consultants, Inc.: FT@NorthGroupConsultants.com
Development and Marketing Officer, Lutheran Social Services of Nevada, Las Vegas, Nevada.
The key responsibility of the Development and Marketing Officer is to develop and implement the development and marketing strategy for LSSN, including LSSN’s social media strategy and engagement. The position is responsible for achieving short and long-term development and marketing goals, and engaging sponsors, volunteers and interested parties in ongoing service activities. This includes leveraging key relationships and contacts within and outside of the agency’s network to ensure meeting overall revenue goals. The position maintains, identifies, solicits, stewards and secures gifts for the organization, conducts ongoing grant research to identify potential grant prospects, writes letters of inquiry to foundations/corporations, and writes grant applications of less than $5,000, and develops close partnerships with local churches, encouraging their use of LSSN as their primary expression of social action. Qualifications: Bachelor's degree; three or more years of successful fund-raising experience, preferably in the nonprofit field; solid track record in fundraising; excellent marketing, organizational and supervisory skills; impeccable attention to detail; self-starter with internal sense of direction; results oriented; experience in the generation of diverse revenue streams such as annual and major giving, foundations, corporate sponsorships and special events; proficient in using Microsoft Office software; graphic design skills a plus; expertise in managing Facebook and Twitter activities for entities; knowledge of HTML and CSS; experience with website content management systems preferred; able to work as a part of a team, but also independently; experience with pledge events a plus; familiarity with talking to members of faith communities and the press; strong oral and written communications skills; ability to write reports and correspondence; ability to speak effectively before faith and civic groups; proficient in MS Office; working knowledge of Raisers Edge, Gift Works or other development database; ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, draw conclusions and take appropriate action based on this information; flexible and able to function well in a fast-paced environment; able to lift and/or move 25 pounds; abilities including close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and adjust focus. Health, Dental and Vision Plans available. Group Term Life and Short Term Disability Insurance available. Paid time off, paid Holidays and Workers Compensation. Please send a cover letter and resume, along with your salary requirements, to email@example.com with the Job Title in the subject line. Application deadline is: March 1st, 2013
www.nwciowa.edu/vision). Interested candidates should send a letter of interest and curriculum vitae to firstname.lastname@example.org, and complete the application online at http://www.nwciowa.edu/employment/open-positions/253/analytics-online. Northwestern College complies with all federal and state regulations for non-discrimination in employment. Women and persons of color are encouraged to apply.
Teachers, Haven of Peace Academy, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Haven of Peace Academy (HOPAC) is seeking experienced teachers for the 2013/2014 school year and beyond. Full time positions include: Primary Classroom teacher; Secondary Science teacher; Secondary Art teacher; Secondary Bible teacher; Middle School Social Studies teacher; All-school Sports Coordinator; All-school Librarian. HOPAC, founded in 1994, is an international Christian K-12 school with 300 students from over 30 different countries and a variety of religious backgrounds including Christian, Muslim and Hindu. While the majority of students come from families of missionaries, diplomats and the international business community, one third are Tanzanian. HOPAC teachers must be committed Christians in agreement with the school faith statement, fluent in English, have a Bachelor degree and at least 3 years experience. HOPAC pays a monthly living allowance that covers a significant portion of in-country living expenses. HOPAC expects its teachers to be spiritually supported by their home church or a sending mission and to raise some support to supplement the living allowance and cover the cost of airfare and health insurance. Send email of interest with resume/C.V. to email@example.com. See www.hopac.net for more information. firstname.lastname@example.org
Campus Pastor, Westside Community Church (Aloha), Beaverton, OR, Contact: Bruce Thom, email@example.com. High-capacity volunteer to part-time. The Aloha Campus Pastor will oversee the growth and success of Westside’s weekend services at our Aloha High School campus. Responsibilities: lead Campus Team meetings and participate in All-Staff meetings (weekly); recruit, organize, train, support, and multiply leaders of your Campus Team; ensure success for the core elements of a Westside Campus; creat an irresistible Sunday experience week after week; be the face of Westside for the people at your campus (Pastor, Emcee, Host); be available for pastoral care to the people attending your campus; be aware of Growth Group Leaders attending your campus and encourage ministry to be done through groups; provide ministry points for the people not in groups; ensure that all ministry leaders and volunteers meet minimum serving requirements as defined in the appropriate Ministry ladders; coordinate a supportive and life-giving relationship with the facility’s owner or manager; work the 1-year DNA Transfusion from Departmental Leaders to Campus Authority.
Director of Youth Ministries, Covenant Presbyterian Church, 15002 Blondo Street, Omaha, NE 68116, 402-498-9000, firstname.lastname@example.org. This position involves daily interaction with the youth of the church and the church staff. The director will be responsible for ensuring that the spiritual needs are met in a professional and ethical manner. Qualifications: passion for God with an ability to share this passion; deep sense of compassion, love, and interest in people of all ages; self-starter, with independent drive and discipline; administrative, organizational, managerial, and computer skills; ability to multitask and prioritize; visionary, able to initiate and implement new programs; excellent oral and written communication skills; ability to foster relationships with youth, parents, and volunteers and effectively maintain those relationships; Bachelor’s degree preferred; previous Youth Ministry experience. This is a full time position that typically involves 40-50 hours per week. It can involve both early mornings and late nights, sometimes on the same day. The ministry also involves some weekends, such as retreats, mission trips, and summer camps. The annual salary is $30,000. Health and life insurance will be covered by Covenant Presbyterian Church. The Director will be eligible to participate in an IRA with 3% match after one year of service. The Director may be eligible for a housing allowance. Please send a cover letter and resume to: email@example.com
Full-Time Youth & Family Minister, Novesta Church of Christ, Cass City, MI, Contact: Brad Speirs, firstname.lastname@example.org, 989-872-3658. Novesta Church of Christ is seeking a full time minister to oversee our ministry to children, students, and their families. Novesta is a friendly church with an average attendance of over 200. We are an independent Christian church that seeks to love the lost and strengthen the saved. We invite you to check out our church’s website, www.novestachurch.org, to get an overview of who we are and what we believe. Qualifications: immersed believer with a heart for ministry; firm commitment to the Bible; passion for the church; prefer Bible college or 3 years’ experience in ministry; love for children and families; strong organization and leadership skills; ability to build and lead volunteer teams. This is a full-time position with a competitive salary and full benefits including health insurance and retirement. Please send resumes, including, if possible, any video or audio of speaking, to Youth & Family Minister, Novesta Church of Christ, 2896 Cemetery Rd, Cass City, MI 48726.
You may also send your resumes via email to email@example.com; please include ‘Youth & Family Minister’ in the subject line. If you have specific questions about the position, you may call the church office at 989-872-3658 and ask for Brad. We are hoping to hire someone by early summer as God leads and we follow.
Executive Director, The Salvation Army, San Bernardino, CA, Contact: Donn Yover, firstname.lastname@example.org, 619-446-0250. The Pine Summit Camp and Conference Center (http://www.pinesummit.com) located in Big Bear Lake, California, is recruiting for an Executive Director. The Camp is owned and operated by the Salvation Army, Sierra del Mar Division, and serves thousands of attendees each year. The Camp has a budget exceeding $3M, regularly employs 75 people and hires additional seasonal people as the need arises. The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian Church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ to meet human needs in His name without discrimination. This position oversees and supervises the operations of Pine Summit Camp and Conference Center to include community relations and special event coordination; develops policies and procedures for these operations and ensures compliance to the same. This position requires a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in a related field, and five years progressively responsible experience coordinating public relations, and special events including experience in the management of similar operations for which this position is responsible, preferably in the management of camps with budgets exceeding $2.5M and staffs of 75 employees or more, hotel management area, or any equivalent combination of training and experience, which provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities to meet the essential functions of the position. Applicant must be able to fully embrace and formulate leadership practices and principles based on the full Mission of The Salvation Army. The applicant is expected to be able to express their personal Christian faith and demonstrate how their Christian faith experience has been utilized in their leadership of organizations and large programs whose purposes were similar to the Salvation Army mission statement. Further they must be able to articulate how their personal Christian faith experience would work in concert to see the full Mission of the Salvation Army realized in all aspects of Pine Summit’s leadership and operations. Resumes for the position will be accepted through the following link until March 22, 2013.
Director of Student and Social Media Ministries, St. Stephen United Methodist Church, Charlotte, NC. Our 1200 member church in SE Charlotte seeks a creative, enthusiastic and spirit-led person to be the FT Director of Student (Confirmation, Middle High, Senior High) and Social Media Ministries. DSSM candidates should have a degree in Christian Ed or equivalent or a 4-year degree in related studies, with 2-5 years’ experience leading youth ministry, preferably in a United Methodist Church (or other congregational setting). Excellent relationship, leadership and organizational skills are vital, as is the energy and dynamism needed for a large, active youth ministry. Primary responsibilities are nurturing Youth (6th – 12th grade), their families and youth counselors to grow as committed followers of Jesus Christ. Secondary responsibilities are expanding and tending our social media outreach, especially to young adults (age 20-30). This will include extending the use of social media into our community (with an emphasis on reaching the unchurched), in relation to all ministries of the church and our vision To Be the Hands, Feet and Heart of Jesus Christ. Candidates must possess a high proficiency with social media for creative use as a ministry tool. The DSSM must have a love for youth and their families, be a committed disciple of Jesus Christ, be able to relate well to parents and other adults, and be excited about sharing the Good News of Jesus to all. Competitive salary commensurate with training and experience + significant health and retirement benefits. Send cover letter, resume and references to email@example.com (704.364.1824) by Feb. 13. www.ststephenumc.net
Camp Counselor, Lighthouse Christian Camp, Smithville, TN. Lighthouse Christian Camp, Inc. is actively seeking camp counselors for our 2013 summer camps. For over 30 years, Lighthouse Christian Camp has provided summer camp for abandoned, abused, neglected and needy children in the middle Tennessee area. Through the camp, thousands of children, who otherwise would have never had the opportunity, have come –free of charge – to experience God’s creation and His love. Over 800 children come each summer, girls in June and boys in July. LCC is a conservative, Christian camp that maintains that God’s Word is His infallible, inerrant written Word to us and is inspired by the Holy Spirit and is as alive and active today as the days it was penned. We are located on 450 beautiful acres on the Center Hill Lake located in Smithville, TN. Our camps provide horseback riding, swimming, boating, hiking and many other camp activities. During these activities and chapel times we are constantly teaching them about Jesus and what He has done for us. Do you feel a call to missions and have a heart for children? Are you a Christian who can demonstrate the love of the Father to the abandoned and forgotten? Do you desire to rescue the unchurched and “snatch them from the fire (Jude 23)?” Then please prayerfully consider becoming a part of our summer staff and/or volunteers at Lighthouse Christian Camp and make an eternity of difference in the life of a hurting child. If you would like to know more about us, please visit our website at www.lighthousechristiancamp.com, view some of our videos on youtube under Lighthouse Christian Camp, Smithville, TN or call our camp office at 615-597-1264.
Religious Services Chaplain (Bi-lingual English/Spanish), Church World Service, Immigration and Refugee - Religious Services Program, Port Isabel Service Processing Center – Port Isabel / Los Fresnos, TX. This position is funded by a contract from The Department of Homeland Security. Must be fluent in both English and Spanish and have 2 units of Clinical Pastoral Education or the equivalency in counseling. The Coordinator provides pastoral care to all detainees and also facilitates their opportunity to pursue their individual religious beliefs and practices in accordance with current law, federal regulations, and the DHS Detention Standards. The Religious Services Coordinator provides religious worship, education, counseling, spiritual direction, support and crisis intervention to accommodate the diverse religious and spiritual needs of all detainees. The Religious Services Coordinator is the facility’s subject matter expert concerning religious practices, is to be a non-judgmental caring influence in the lives of all individuals, a visible model of respect and caring for each person in spiritual need. Qualifications: thorough knowledge of all recognized religions as well as their basic tenets and worship requirements; knowledge of basic security procedures in a detention setting and the skill to implement/maintain these procedures; knowledge of existing DHS Detention Standards, relevant Policy and Procedure Standards of the American Correctional Association, and other guidelines that govern religious programming; skill in interpersonal communication with staff, detainees; and volunteers within the facility setting as well as outside agencies and organizations; knowledge of fiscal management procedures; demonstrated management ability to provide a religious services program that ensures fairly and equitable services for all religious; skill in interviewing and counseling (individual/group). Applicants should be ordained clergy or members of ecclesiastically recognized religious institutes of vowed men or women. In lieu of professional ordination credentials, adequate documentation of the applicants' recognized religious and ministerial roles in their respective faith communities is required. Candidates must possess an earned bachelor's degree from an accredited college with at least 120 semester hours (180 quarter hours), and a Master of Divinity degree, consisting of 90 hours of graduate study from an Association of Theological Schools (ATS) accredited residential seminary or school of theology, or have earned the equivalent educational credits of 90 semester hours of graduate study which included 20 semester hours of pastoral ministry, 20 semester hours in any combination of theology, ethics, and philosophy of religions, 20 semester hours in religious history or world religions, and 20 semester hours in the study of religious writings, including the study of languages in which sacred religious writings are written. Experience: At least two years, or 4174 hours, of pastoral/spiritual leadership experience in a congregational or specialized ministry setting within the endorsing body after formal ministerial preparation. Clinical Pastoral Education, a valuable training experience for chaplains, may satisfy up to one year, or 2087 hours, of the requirement of pastoral/spiritual experience. An Ecclesiastical Endorsement attests to: the applicant's suitability for detention ministry, support for his or her candidacy, a clear assurance statement that the applicant has no present nor past legal or moral barrier to congregational ministry at any level, and an affirmation that the applicant will afford detainees of all faiths opportunities to pursue individual religious beliefs and practices. The applicant's relationship to the endorsing body must reflect a minimum two-year association before endorsement. Salary: $47,000 - $51,000. Send Resume to: Church World Service, Office of Human Resources – KWL, P.O. Box 968, Elkhart, IN 46515 or fax to 574/266-0087 or e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Lead Pastor, Compass Christian Center, Federal Way, WA. Small Southern Baptist church of 30-40 members. CCC currently ministers primarily to Asian-American young adults and families. Ideal candidate will have a heart for church planting and desire to see the full potential realized for a group of dedicated believers. The lead pastor’s ministry shall be in the spirit of Ephesians 4:11-16. These goals will be achieved by modeling God’s truth and through Biblical preaching and teaching (2 Timothy 2:2; 4:1-5). Qualifications: growing, vibrant relationship with Jesus Christ; servant leader’s heart; teachable, responsible and open to constructive criticism; demonstrate initiative but also the humility to consider suggestions from the Spiritual Leadership Team, ministry team leaders and other church members; strong commitment to Compass, its ministry and operational staff; maintain complete confidentiality in matters that require it; agree with the CCC Constitution, Bylaws and Philosophy of Ministry; either a Master of Divinity or Master of Theology degree; ordained by the Southern Baptist Convention or other evangelical denomination; at least 2 years in leading a church community after seminary graduation; be married.
Compensation: $3500/ month salary. $500/month for health insurance.
Pastor, Lord’s Peace Chapel, #100 - 1200 West 73rd Ave., Vancouver, BC V6P 6G5 Canada. Our church is looking for a Pastor who loves the Lord, cares for the flock, and is passionate about the Word. Duties include but not limited to: preaching of the Bible at the pulpit, at Sunday Schools and occasionally at other gatherings intended for the spiritual development of the Chapel; initiating and developing the ministry work to nurture the spiritual need of the flock, including the equipping and discipling of the congregation; providing counseling and caring for the congregation; initiating and developing the ministry of evangelical outreach; providing spiritual guidance at Board meetings, conferences, retreats and prayer meetings; supervising staff and ministry workers; shall be accountable to the Board of Directors and to the Elders; uphold and support the constitution and By-laws of the Chapel, including the Statement of Faith, the Mission Statement, and the Statement of goals. Qualifications: university educated; prior experience as a pastor preferred. Hours per week to be determined but at a minimum of 40 hours. email@example.com http://www.lordspeacechapel.org/ firstname.lastname@example.org
Music Minister, Hunting Creek Baptist Church, Big Island, VA. Part-time. Hunting Creek Baptist Church is a Southern Baptist Congregation in the reformed tradition. We are looking for someone to lead our Music Ministry. This will primarily include preparation and the leading of music for three weekly services (Sunday AM, Sunday PM, and Wednesday PM); and seasonal services. The music style of the church is “blended”. The Music Minister must be able to lead, and be excited about leading the congregation in both older and newer songs. The Music Minister will also be charged with leading the choir, either directly or indirectly. Candidates must also be adept at playing either keyboard or guitar, and be able to lead other musicians, as well as have a basic understanding of audio equipment. In accomplishing the work of the ministry, the Music Minister will work under the direction of the Senior Pastor and other church leaders. The new Minister and their family will become members of the church and be expected to participate accordingly. Annual Salary $15,000. Send resumes with a cover letter to email@example.com.
Children's Worship Leader/Arts Director, The Ark Church, Conroe, TX. The Ark Church (just north of Houston) is seeking a Children's Worship Leader/Arts Director who has a passion for assisting the Children’s Ministry staff in creating environments that are appealing, engaging, and helpful for connecting kids to Christ, specifically with and through the arts. The Ark Church began in 1996 with Pastor Alan & Joy Clayton and 2 other couples coming out of Lakewood Church under founding pastor, John Osteen (Joel's father). We are a contemporary evangelical church with a charismatic background currently averaging 5,000-6,000 in weekly attendance. We would consider you an ideal candidate if you have experience and expertise in Children’s Worship, Musicianship, Organization, Leadership, Instrumentalist. Ideal Personality: Servant’s Heart, People-oriented, Dependable, Positive, Strong Work Ethic, Flexible. Office Hours: Monday-Thursday; Sunday & Wednesday services. Pay Rate: Competitive Salary and Benefits. If you would like to be considered to join our team, please email your resume in .pdf format, along with a current photo to firstname.lastname@example.org. We respectfully request no phone calls please.
Part Time Minister of Music, East Avenue United Methodist Church, 244 East Avenue, Norwalk, CT 06855.
Seeking a capable musician with a call to lead spirit-led contemporary and traditional worship music and develop a youth/children's choir. Keyboard/choral direction skills, organ preferred. Candidate should have or be working towards a relevant degree or equivalent. Send resume with letter of introduction to ATTN Pastor/SPR or email email@example.com 203-866-6757\
www.calloflove.org. Qualifications: working knowledge of Adobe CS6 Production Premium for Mac and PC; broadcast television production experience; video engineering background helpful; IT background a plus; Arabic language fluency a plus; works well in high pressure situations; college degree or equivalent experience. firstname.lastname@example.org
Executive Director of Strategic Communication, Evangelical Covenant Church, Chicago, IL. The Executive Director of Communication will serve as visionary, senior leader in the church’s messaging and publishing efforts. The successful candidate will help shape the mission message to tell a great story, and guide the communication of the church’s priorities to both internal and external audiences across all available channels and forms of communications. The Executive Director will oversee and manage a professional team, creating and leading a vision for communication that can fulfill and complement the needs of the ministry departments and the denomination as a whole. The position requires a strategic thinker with a high level of communication, marketing, editorial, and media expertise; team leadership experience, and business acumen, along with an interpretive ability to channel the church’s core beliefs and values out to the public (membership and society at large) via various mediums. The position presents a unique opportunity for an individual of faith to combine many talents to build a pace-setting denominational model of communication. The position oversees 6 areas of the communication department, and the involvement (oversight to direct involvement) varies based on current projects and staff talent: Editorial Services (book and periodical publishing); Bookstore/Fulfillment Center; Media Services (including video production); Interactive Services (website, etc.); Creative Services (graphic and digital design); Production Services (including copy services). Qualifications: visionary and strategic professional with demonstrated success in managing and growing a successful communication program preferably in a complex, matrixed, faith-based environment; successful track record in moving communication efforts into a new communications era (electronic, social media, etc.), while maintaining traditional or legacy outreach methods (print) for appropriate markets; passion for the mission of the Evangelical Covenant Church is essential; personal faith in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior; commitment to an active Christian faith life; ability to fully support the mission of the Evangelical Covenant Church and agree to become a member of a Covenant Church, if not a current member; bachelor's degree from a four-year college or university in a related field; 8-10 years of related experience with proven skills in team leadership, or an equivalent combination of education and experience; strong interpersonal and collaboration skills and desire to work in a team environment; excellent project management skills; strong written and verbal communication skills; proven expertise in taking initiative, building and maintaining strong rapport and positive relationships with various constituencies; collaborative, friendly and approachable nature with enthusiasm, drive and motivation to fulfill ECC’s mission; ability to work outside standard work hours and to travel locally and nationally; a current driver’s license is required. The opening of this opportunity is due to the retirement of a long-term leader. There is a great desire to have this position filled and the onboarding process underway in May. Applications will be screened on a rolling basis, but applicants are encouraged to apply in early February 2013. This search is being managed by Heather A. Eddy, President and COO, Alford Group Executive Search. Interested candidates should submit cover letter and resume online at http://ag-es.kintera.org/applicant. Questions concerning the position may be submitted by email only to Laura Weinman, Senior Consultant, at email@example.com. All inquiries will be held in strict confidence.