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CHILDREN'S MINISTRY INTERN: Pay: $12-15 hour/DOE; Hours: 10 hours/week; Wednesday's 2pm-7pm and Sunday's 8am-12:30pm; REF #3268349

REF #3268349
Children’s Ministry Intern Position Description:
Intern Job Description
This Church in Evergreen, CO is looking for a part-time dynamic, energetic intern who is eager to learn and gain experience in Children’s Ministry by assisting staff and volunteers. Our ministry consists of 30-70 children from birth through 5th Grades on Sundays, 35 children in our mid-week program and over 80 volunteers. This person will be working closely with our Children’s Ministry Director to help with administrative tasks, assist in classrooms, teach in different settings and encourage volunteers both on Sundays and at our Wednesday night children’s program.
This Intern should be willing to help with any tasks assigned by a supervisor. They will be involved in upcoming projects as well as assisting with current programs and should expect to gain a broad experience in various aspects of Children’s Ministry.
Intern Responsibilities:
·        Help in leading our Sunday morning Summit Kids Program
·        Assist with our Wednesday night BOLT program
·        Have a positive attitude, be gifted in organization, and have an ability to recruit and care for a team of volunteers.
Intern Requirements:
  • Highly motivated and self-disciplined.
  • Loves kids.
  • Eager to learn and work with flexibility and cooperation.
  • Ability to establish priorities, work independently, and proceed with objectives without supervision.
  • Organizational skills, general computer and Word processor skills.
  • Ability to creatively lead and teach with patience and clear instruction.
  • A heart to serve whenever needed.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Ability to multitask.
  • Cope well under pressure.
  • Availability on Sunday mornings and Wednesdays (afternoon-evenings)
  • A junior/senior student who is majoring in Children’s Ministry or some similar focus.
  • Willingness to work a minimum of 10 hours/week
  • Practical experience with teaching and assisting with Children’s Ministry
  • Shadowing, mentoring, and training opportunities with Church staff, and in particular, the Children’s Ministry Director
  • Opportunity to participate in church events and meetings
  • Compensation available depending on experience
Important Information:
Pay: $12-15/hour DOE
Hours: 10 hours/week; Wednesday's 2pm-7pm and Sunday's 8am-12:30pm
Location: Evergreen, CO
Does this sound like the job for you? Then contact EMS with the reference number through the Student Contact Form to learn more information and get started with the application process!

KIDS MINISTRY DIRECTOR: Pay: $15/hour; Hours: 15 hours/week, Sunday's 7am-1pm required, all other hours are flexible; REF #3317996

Job Purpose: This children’s ministry provides relevant, age-appropriate learning and connection opportunities for kids birth to 5th grade. It is dedicated to partnering with parents to help raise children to have a strong relationship with Jesus. The Director of Children’s purpose is to live out and implement the organizational vision and mission for the church and ministry. The Director of Children’s Ministry will provide guidance, leadership, support, and pastoral care for Leaders, Serve Teams, and Children at the church. If this sounds interesting, contact EMS with the reference number through the Student Contact Form to learn more information and get started with the application process! 
Pipeline Level:  Director M3
Reports To: Lead Pastor
Investment: Part Time Position 15hrs per week
Responsibilities: Leadership Development & Support
  • Primary support is for Nursery, Preschool and Elementary Leaders.
  • Secondary support is for Preschool and Elementary Serve Teams.
  • Third level of care is for the parents and families.
  • Fourth level of care is for the kids.
  • Identify, Develop, and recruit key ministry leaders.
Operational Responsibilities
  • Ensuring the church programming is executed at each classroom in accordance with established curriculum, classroom procedures, and child safety policies.
  • Operational oversight of all classrooms, including, but not limited to – registration/check-in, teaching activities (crafts and games), snacks, and child safety.
  • Manage Children’s Ministry Budget.
  • Identify, Plan, and Execute Classroom Set Up.
  • Meet with Lead Pastor through a weekly touch base. At least one in person or video chat.
  • Meet with an expert in the same field for self development. 
  • Participate in a Small Group.
Serve Team Recruitment
  • Responsible for attending a meeting to partner with another organization with expectations of Leadership and Serve Team Members.
  • Responsible for all new Serve Team interviews and all new Serve Team staff training and development.
  • Responsible for Serve Team staffing levels so that all classrooms are open for maximum capacity.
  • Responsible for all ongoing staff training and development.
Celebrates: Key Indicators:
  • Parent Involvement
  • Parent Feedback
  • Serve Teams
  • Attendance
  • Community Impact
  • Yearly Individual Goals
  • Semi-annual self-evaluation
  • Semi-annual performance evaluation
  • Compliance to Policies and Procedures
  • Kids Team Building
  • Self-Starter with managerial work ethic
Leadership Gifts and Experiences:
  • Experience serving and leading in children’s ministry.
  • Experience growing and leading ministry staff and Serve Teams.
  • BA or BS degree desired.
  • Meets biblical qualifications for leadership.
  • Enthusiastic leader that is a learner.
Competency Training:
  • Understands and applies systematic and biblical theology and teaches spiritual disciplines
  • Contextualizes vision for Children’s ministry
  • Designs ministry strategy and implements in children’s ministry
  • Works through leaders
  • Creates a development pathway for Children’s Ministry
  • Steward of Children’s Ministry Resources
  • Initiative
  • Proven ability to work independently & interdependently
  • Organizational Skills
  • Proven ability to organize people and events.
  • Relationship Skill
  • Strong interpersonal skills including compassion, sensitivity, conflict management, and recognition of non-verbal indicators. Understands children and childhood development stages.
  • Boundaries
  • Can establish and maintain appropriate boundaries with parents and children.
  • Trust
  • Develop and maintain trusting relationships as well as being trustworthy.
Pay: $15/hour
Hours: 15 hours/week; Sundays 7:00am-1:00pm required and then flexible on all other hours
Location: Denver, CO
Reference #3317996

YOUTH PASTOR: PAY: $20/hour; Hours: Part-Time; REF #3249449

We are a church associated with the denomination of Evangelical Free Church of America (EFCA). EFCA is an association and fellowship of autonomous and interdependent churches united around the same Statement of Faith. We are committed to Jesus Christ, to the gospel and to one another.
We are looking to hire a Youth Pastor. The Youth Pastor bears primary responsibility for ministry to youth, from 6th to 12th grade, aiding their spiritual development, teaching, counseling and guidance.
  • Develop and research youth curriculum and materials.
  • Develop a youth fellowship program and coordinate/lead weekly meetings.
  • Work with and support parents on the continuous spiritual growth of youth and children.
  • Build relationships with and invest in youth in order to be a more effective leader, and in aiding them spiritually and become mature Christians.
  • A Seminary degree is preferable but not mandatory.
  • Experience in youth and family ministries strongly preferred.
  • Understanding and teaching in multicultural setting is desirable.
  • Appropriate evidence of Biblical literacy and spiritual maturity, and leadership skills are essential.
  • Proficient understanding of challenges and needs of young people.
  • Maintain an intimate and growing walk with the Lord.
  • Demonstrates a vision and passion for students (6th-12th grade).
  • Demonstrates a strong ability to relate to children, students, parents and the congregation.
  • Will assist in fulfilling God’s mission and vision for the youth and church ministry, of this may fall outside your job description – special events, prayer meetings, etc.
  • Will model a positive and supportive team-player attitude toward the total ministry of the church, and work cooperatively with the Pastor, Deacons and parents.
  • Willing to consider someone who meets the qualification and demonstrates the passion to work with teens.
Pay: 20 hours/week
Hours: Part-Time (Flexible with schedules)
Location: Denver, CO
REF #3249449
Can't wait to apply? Then contact EMS with the reference number through the Student Contact Form to learn more information and get started with the application process!

GLOBAL INTERNSHIP PROGRAM: Pay; $1500/year; Hours: Temporary/Seasonal; REF #3081987

Job Overview:

Do you want to travel and have a significant international experience? Then consider this option below!

We are now accepting applications for the 2020 spring internship session. This fall term of the internship program begins on January 7, 2020, and concludes on May 15, 2020. Applications must be submitted no later than October 15, 2019. Applicants should submit a cover letter and resume along with their application.
The Global Internship Program is designed to provide college students and recent graduates with an opportunity to use their skills to impact a hurting world in a tangible way. The program will provide general exposure to international relief and development scenarios. Interns work alongside seasoned staff and receive on-the-job training in practical, administrative, and logistical duties for current projects. 
International interns are placed based on the need of our field offices each term. Offices include: Haiti, Bolivia, Colombia, Myanmar, Vietnam, Cambodia, Philippines, Niger, Liberia, Democratic Republic of Congo, Uganda, Ethiopia, South Sudan, Antigua/Barbuda/Dominica, and Iraq.
Does this sound like your place to be? Then contact EMS with the reference number through the Student Contact Form to learn more information and get started with the application process!
Important Information:
Pay: $1500/year
Hours: Part-Time/Seasonal
Location: Boone, NC (Main Office)
REF #3081987

URBAN IMMERSION DIRECTOR: Pay: $800/month; Hours: Full Time Seasonal Position, 40 Hours/Week; REF #3247837

Job Purpose
Urban Immersion Summer Staff are responsible to lead groups that come to the organization for short-term immersion trips. Summer Staff will enthusiastically work alongside group leaders and participants (including adult groups and youth groups), equipping them to learn about urban issues, serve within the organization, and engage in the greater Denver community.
Duties and Responsibilities
·  Work together with Summer Staff team to facilitate group learning activities, including trip orientation,       devotions, neighborhood outreach, Poverty Scavenger Hunt, prayer walks, bus trips, debriefs, etc.
· Work together with other staff to coordinate group service projects, outreaches to the homeless, prayer   walks, and serving meals
· Implement trip schedules, problem solving to adjust schedules as needed
· Grocery shop, manage supplies, clean dorm space, and maintain regular communication with WCI pastors
· Travel between the downtown campus and Westside campus regularly (using a personal vehicle is preferred   if possible)
· Manage spending and receipt keeping for various group expenses
· Host groups on weekends and holidays as needed
· Live in the housing provided at the downtown campus
· Other responsibilities as needed
· High School diploma, age 18+
· Desire to serve in an urban ministry context
· Ability to drive between campuses (personal vehicle preferred)
· Ability to speak clearly in front of groups
· Lead in being a heartfelt team member of the staff
· Excellent people and leadership skills, flexible, energetic, desire to serve and learn
· Show evidence of a daily walk with Christ
· Cover those in your area of leadership in prayer
· Show respect for the leadership and members of the organization
Work Environment and Physical Demands
· This job involves prolonged times of standing and walking outdoors, often in hot temperatures
· Must be able to move groceries and other supplies weighing up to 50 pounds
Required Meeting Attendance:
  • Summer Staff Training: Wednesday, May 20th – Friday, May 29th, 2020
  • Church Attendance: Required
  • Weekly Intern Meetings/Training
If this sounds like the perfect opportunity for you, contact EMS with the reference number through the Student Contact Form to learn more information and get started with the application process!
Hours: Full Time Seasonal Position, 40 Hours/Week (May 20th – August 7th, 2020)
Compensation: $800/month and Housing Provided
Location: Denver

PROCESSING CENTER ASSOCIATE: Pay: $11.50/hour; Hours: Part-Time to Full-Time; REF #1923527

Job Overview:

Have you ever wanted to serve, to be apart of something bigger, but not sure how? Don't have much time on your hands but are still wanting to serve?

Then check out this oppurtunity for you to be apart of a local/international organzization in their seasonal employee role!

 As a seasonal employee and you will work side-by-side with thousands of volunteers to help bring Jesus’ love to children around the world. When you work in one of our processing centers, you help facilitate the processing and preparing of millions of gifts for distribution to children in need. You are acting as the hands and feet of Jesus Christ to bring joy to children, families, and communities. Opportunities are for qualified, dependable and committed individuals who have the desire to be part of this meaningful ministry. You, or someone you know, may be an ideal candidate to serve in seasonal associate positions at the Processing Center. This will require a commitment to work the duration of the processing season, from mid-November until the project is complete (generally around mid-December).
Positions are temporary, full-time (40+ hours per week including Saturday’s), with both first and second shift available. Requirements include clean background along with professional and church references.
Excited for more information? Then quickly contact EMS with the reference number through the Student Contact Form to learn more information and get started with the application process!
Important Information:
Pay: $11.50/hour
Hours: Part-Time to Full-Time
Location: Denver, CO
REF #1923527
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