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Each job description is linked to a detailed document describing the responsibilities of the position.  Please download the PDF file to view the job description you are interested in and then send your resume and contact information to the corresponding contact listed.


Position: Summer KIDS Camp Classroom Intern
Reports To:  Director of Family & Youth Ministries, Children’s Pastor, and Summer KIDS Camp Coordinator.
Department:  Family & Youth Ministries
Job Statement:  This position works with all other Summer KIDS Camp staff and volunteers in order to implement the daily routines and activities in the assigned classroom.

Duties:

  • Implement discipline policies set up for the children in the summer program.
  • Maintain a controlled, organized and safe classroom environment.
  • Assist a classroom teacher in the implementation of educational curriculum.
  • Oversee classroom and recreational activities directed by volunteer groups.
  • If needed be able to prepare and teach Bible studies, including supplemental activities.
  • Clean children’s department as needed.
  • Attend all staff meetings and functions.

Qualifications:

  • Must be at least 18 years of age.
  • Prefer enrollment in a bachelor’s or equivalent program.
  • Some experience with children.
  • Have letters of recommendation accrediting to personal character.
  • Have a valid driver’s license.

Only the most important, pertinent job duties are noted above, however staff members are expected to perform other occasional assignment and other related duties.

Download the application here



Position:
Summer KIDS Camp Teacher
Reports To:  Director of Family & Youth Ministries, Children’s Pastor, and Summer KIDS Camp Coordinator.
Department:  Family & Youth Ministries
Job Statement:  This position works with the Summer KIDS Camp staff to implement curriculum chosen by the mission to provide educational instruction and build character development.

Duties: 

  • Administer pre- and post -standardized tests and maintain records to track educational and character advancements for individual students.
  • Prepare and effectively teach phonics-based and comprehension curriculum to students in a remedial education program.
  • Prepare and teach spiritual-based character building instruction for students.
  • Provide organizational and spiritual leadership for the class.
  • Implement discipline policies set up for the children in the summer program.
  • Work with a college-age intern, utilizing their skills and talents to assist your implementation of the program.
  • Attend all staff meetings and functions.

Qualifications:

  • Preferred Teacher Certification.
  • Bachelor’s degree required.
  • Some experience with children preferably in an urban setting.
  • Knowledge of/ experience with developmentally appropriate behaviors of children.

Only the most important, pertinent job duties are noted above, however staff members are expected to perform other occasional assignment and other related duties.

Download the application here


Position: Youth Intern
Reports To:  Director of Family & Youth Ministries and Youth Pastor
Department:  Family & Youth Ministries
Job Statement:  This position works with the Youth Pastor to plan and implement all youth activities.

Duties:

  • Assist in planning and implementing all youth activities including Bible studies, daily activities, field trips, and Kids Across America.
  • Prepare and teach Bible studies.
  • Aid and assist in outreach ministries.
  • Make contacts, build relationships, and help track youth group members.
  • Help with shopping for mission supplies.

Qualifications:

  • Must be at least 18 years of age.
  • Preferred enrollment in a bachelor’s or equivalent program.
  • Have letters of recommendation accrediting to personal character.
  • Valid driver’s license.

Only the most important, pertinent job duties are noted above, however staff members are expected to perform other occasional assignment and other related duties.

Download the application here


Position: 5th and 6th Grade After-School Program Coordinator
Employee Classification: Non-Exempt (Part-Time, Approx. 20 hr/wk)
Reports To:  Director of Family & Youth Ministries and Youth Pastor
Department:  Family & Youth Ministries
Job Statement I:  Help plan and facilitate the 5th and 6th Grade After-School program.

Duties:

  • Help the Youth Pastor plan and facilitate all facets of the 5th and 6th Grade After-School program including Bible curriculum, recreation, tutoring, and character development/curriculum.
  • Plan for the appropriate curriculum for the 5th and 6th After-School, implementing it in the After-School program.
  • Provide tutoring and organize learning activities as appropriate for the 5th and 6th Grade After-School program.
  • Implement discipline policies set up for children in the 5th and 6th Grade After School Program.
  • Help recruit, train, provide spiritual leadership and support volunteers.
  • Assist in keeping records and organizing office documents for the 5th and 6th Grade After-School Program, including keeping attendance stats in our database.
  • Oversee the implementation of extracurricular activities including TNT, creative arts, recreation times, and field trips.
  • If needed, be able to prepare and teach Bible studies including extra activities.
  • Attend Mission meetings and functions.
  • Perform any other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

  • Must be at least 18 years of age.
  • Prefer enrollment or graduate in a bachelor’s or equivalent program.
  • Two years experience with children or youth ministry, preferably some experience with urban ministries.
  • Have letters of recommendation or references accrediting to personal character.
  • Have a valid driver’s license.

Send Your resume to gro.n1555892695oissi1555892695m613n1555892695hoj@t1555892695sobb1555892695


Position:  Night Supervisor
Employee Classification: Non-exempt
Department:  Women’s Ministries
Reports To:  Director of Women’s Ministries

Job Statement:  Supervise evening and overnight activities of the Residential Program

Duties: 

  • Supervise women in the program during overnight and morning activities.
  • Oversee taking of medication at appropriate times.
  • Make regular rounds of women’s facility.
  • Be available to assist women with needs during the overnight hours.
  • Transport women to shelter for breakfast.
  • Develop relationships with women in the program.
  • Reports problems, concerns, suggestions to Program staff.
  • Participates in staff activities.
  • Performs other duties as assigned by the Director of Women’s Ministries. 

Qualifications:

  • Have at least a high school education; preferably two years of college or in process of education.
  • Heart for homeless or at-risk women
  • Good oral and written communication.
  • Christian character a necessity.

Sunday – Thursday 12:00 (midnight) – 8:00 am


Position: Director of Women’s Ministries
Department: Women’s Ministries
Reports To: Chief Operating Officer
Job Statement: Develop and implement the Mission’s efforts to meet the needs of homeless women by providing safe sheltering and recovery opportunities while providing resources with the goal of directing them to Christ.

Duties:

  • Direct personnel and volunteers in providing services to homeless women clients
  • Implement and assess program effectiveness and make recommendations to the COO
  • Assess client needs and handle issues appropriately to facilitate recovery to normalcy
  • Coordinate with outside agencies to form liaisons
  • Oversee counseling components of women’s programs, which could include leading individual or reconciliation counseling sessions with families
  • Lead classes and group sessions. Review and have a high level of control and knowledge of all class sessions/chapels offered to students/guests
  • Prepare recommendations for the annual budget. Review and control expenses for women’s program budgets. Code and submit expense receipts for charge accounts/petty cash to Accounting
  • Supervises all applicable staff with a constant focus on progress in program directives and the Mission statement of the organization
  • Enforces current policies and procedures of the Mission
  • Responsible to oversee the maintenance and upkeep of the Mission, utilizing staff, students and vendors to keep facilities in good condition
  • Stay current with housing, food, educational, employment and other key benefits offered in both the private and public sectors that could benefit clients
  • Prepare monthly statistical and ministry reports and lead the Women’s Ministry board committee meetings
  • Attend Mission meetings and functions
  • Perform any other duties as assigned

Qualifications:

  • Master’s degree in education/counseling or Bible College or equivalent studies and/or experience
  • Three years of experience with homeless or a related area
  • Family or social service consulting preferably in a Gospel Rescue Mission environment
  • Proven record of program development, budgeting, administration and implementation required
  • Spiritual maturity to fulfill requirements of an “Overseer” as given in Titus 1:5-9
  • Spiritual gift of mercy and zeal for evangelism, desired

Send your resume to gro.n1555892695oissi1555892695m613n1555892695hoj@W1555892695PS1555892695

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