Job Opportunities – John 316 Mission

Job Opportunities

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: Evening/Overnight Supervisor 

Employee Classification: Non-Exempt  

Department: Mens Ministry Center  

Reports To: Director of Mens Ministries  


Job Statement: The purpose of the position is to supervise the processes, responsibilities, and activities of the Recovery Students and Overnight Guests. Maintain order and discipline among the men. 


  • Uphold the standards of the Shelter through the guidelines and procedures put in place. 
  • Facilitate the nightly routine of the Overnight Shelter, including Check-inDinner, showers, and bedding down of Guests for the evening.  
  • Substitute in Chapel, as needed.  
  • Perform all duties on shift checklist. 
  • Assist Director of Mens Ministries in any other requested task.  
  • Attend Mission meetings and functions.  
  • Perform any other duties as assigned.  


  • Have at least a high school education; preferably two years of college (or equivalent). 
  • Have experience or an interest in homeless issues (i.e. substance abuse, mental health challenges, etc.)  
  • Background or interest in Mission work.  


  • Proficient in basic Microsoft applications and willing to learn current operating systems. 
  • Good oral and written communication skills. They will need leadership, delegation, and organizational skills.  
  • The person in this position must possess the relationship skills and spiritual maturity to carry out the duties of this job description.  

Position:  Social enterprise business coordinator and executive assistant to the COO.

Employee Classification: Exempt

Reports To:  COO/VP

Department:  Operations

Job Statement:  Coordinate various business activities for social enterprises of the Mission.   Assist the COO with duties as assigned.


  • Screen incoming phone calls and correspondence as necessary.
  • Assist COO to organize and streamline daily operations of ministry departments.
  • Provide help to complete pending Mission projects, including fundraising, business development, and future expansion projects.
  • Research, report, and incorporate information critical to the organization.
  • Assist in coordinating/planning special events and work on event teams.
  • Prepare statistical reports assimilating data from across departments.
  • Record and prepare meeting notes and/or agendas.  Coordinate meeting hospitality.
  • Organize operations office space.
  • Attend meetings on behalf of the COO and/or Mission.
  • Attend Mission meetings and functions.
  • Maintain certifications, memberships and compliance status.
  • Produce, package, quality control, and ship products for social enterprises.  Keep the workshop supplied and in order.
  • Perform any other duties as assigned.


  • Bachelor’s degree required.
  • Three year’s relevant experience required.
  • Broad computer literacy and experience required.
  • Good ability in oral and written communication.
  • Flexibility, orderliness, and hospitality required.
  • Screenprint experience a bonus.

    Position:  Comptroller

    Employee Classification: Exempt

    Department:  Accounting/HR

    Reports To:  Chief Operation Officer

    Job Statement:  Position oversees all accounting and other administrative functions of the John 3:16 Mission.  Reports directly to the Director of Operations and works closely with other directors to insure administrative and accounting operations are carried out properly.



    • Oversees all accounting functions.
    • Prepares monthly financial statements… “ the close”, related board reports and presents them monthly to the board of directors.
    • Prepares, implements, and controls annual budget in a timely manner.
    • Prepares, implements, and delivers annual audit according to the schedule provided by our audit firm.
    • Oversees payroll preparation, accounts payable verification and payment, general ledger and bank reconciliation’s, and financial statements data input.
    • Prepares monthly journal entries.
    • Oversees company employee benefits, property, liability, D & O liability, and Workers’ Compensation insurance policies.
    • Updates and maintains employee personnel records, assists leadership with all personnel issues.
    • Maintains asset inventories and depreciation schedule.
    • Supervises accounting staff personnel.
    • Arranges aspects of car donations, which may include pickups, notifying Directors of the donation, distributes appropriate paperwork to donors, and coordinates with person receiving the donation.
    • Maintains software on required general ledger accounts.
    • Oversees all banking functions and invests/deposits Mission funds in accordance with Board’s directives in coordination with the CEO.
    • Maintains accounting and bank system to manage student accounts for the student programs of the Mission.
    • Works with COO to manage and equip businesses under the umbrella of John 3:16 Mission.
    • Works with Development to reconcile bank statements with donor database records and prepare reports specific to donor projects.
    • Attend Mission meetings and functions.
    • Performs any other duties as assigned.



    • Have a four-year degree in accounting. CPA Preferred.
    • Have five years or more in similar positions managing finances, personnel and administrative operations-preferably in non-profit or church related organization.
    • Computer literate, fluent in accounting software systems, and fluent in excel.
    • Nonprofit business experience a plus.
    • Possess a concern for those we serve.
    • Effective oral and written communications skills.
    • Self starter with ability to work without supervision, decisive with good judgment in solid business practices.
    • Attention to detail is a must!

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