Position Location Date Posted
Children/Youth Pastor (Part time)
Wesley Chapel - Church of Christ in Christian Union, Galion, OH
May 25, 2016
Children/Youth Pastor (Part time)
Wesley Chapel - Church of Christ in Christian Union, Galion, OH

Please contact Kristi or Pastor Joe at 419-468-3930

Infant/Toddler Room Teacher Assistant
Vineyard, Columbus, OH
May 23, 2016
Infant/Toddler Room Teacher Assistant
Vineyard, Columbus, OH

For complete job description and application process please got to www.vineyardcolumbus.org/job-opportunities

Ministry Assistant for Health Clinics
Vineyard, Columbus, OH
May 23, 2016
Ministry Assistant for Health Clinics
Vineyard, Columbus, OH

For complete job description and application process please got to www.vineyardcolumbus.org/job-opportunities

Hospitality Ministry Manager
Vineyard, Columbus, OH
May 23, 2016
Hospitality Ministry Manager
Vineyard, Columbus, OH

For complete job description and application process please got to www.vineyardcolumbus.org/job-opportunities

Receptionist
Vineyard, Columbus, OH
May 23, 2016
Receptionist
Vineyard, Columbus, OH

For complete job description and application process please got to www.vineyardcolumbus.org/job-opportunities

Internships
Vineyard, Columbus, OH
May 23, 2016
Internships
Vineyard, Columbus, OH

For complete internship descriptions and application process please got to www.vineyardcolumbus.org/job-opportunities

Therapists - LSW, LISW, LPC, PCC, MFT, IMFT & Case Managers
Family Life Counseling, Mansfield, OH, Shelby, OH, Crawford County, OH
May 23, 2016
Therapists - LSW, LISW, LPC, PCC, MFT, IMFT & Case Managers
Family Life Counseling, Mansfield, OH, Shelby, OH, Crawford County, OH

Family Life Counseling continues to grow; we now have two offices in Mansfield as well as offices in Shelby, Galion, Millersburg and Danville.
The positions listed below are additional staff, and not due to turnover?we?re growing every day!

Trinity Home & Community Based Services is currently seeking to fill the following positions:

Openings for LICENSED clinicians (LSW, PC; can hire CT; MFTT)

    1.  IHCP (In-Home Counseling Program) COUNSELOR
        1 opening in Mansfield/Richland County
        1 opening in Crawford County

    2.  IHBT therapist (Intensive Home Based Therapy)?
        1 opening in Crawford County

Openings for NON-LICENSED clinicians

    1.  IHCP (In-Home Counseling Program) CASE MANAGER
        1 opening in Crawford County

License not required, however some degree (associate?s or higher) and/or significant experience in a related field is necessary.

Qualifications:  Counselors/Social Workers must be Ohio licensed (LSW, LISW, LISW-S, PC, PCC, PCC-S) unless otherwise specified for the specific office/program.
Will consider CT in master?s program if an independent license is not required.
WE HIRE AND PAY INTERNS WHO MEET THESE CRITERIA!
Email your resume to cpurviance@flcps.com or call 419-512-3399

Ministry Assistant, International Ministries
Vineyard, Columbus, OH
May 23, 2016
Ministry Assistant, International Ministries
Vineyard, Columbus, OH

For complete job description and application process please got to www.vineyardcolumbus.org/job-opportunities

Senior Pastor
Gateway Community Church, Chino, CA
May 20, 2016
Senior Pastor
Gateway Community Church, Chino, CA

Gateway Community Church is a historic Brethren in Christ Church with 100 years of ministry in Southern California's Inland Empire. The congregation averages 60 in attendance on Sunday morning.

Situated on 7 acres of land (3+ of which are undeveloped), the church is located on the corner of Schaefer and Oaks Avenues in Chino, CA. We are looking for a pastor with an entrepreneurial spirit who can expand the ministry of the church by utilizing the property (both developed and undeveloped) to its fullest potential. 

Gateway Church is located 1/4 mile north of the Chaffey Community College Annex on Oaks and Edison Avenues and the new Preserve housing developments in Chino. It is south of housing developments built in the 1980's and is in a light industrial area on a major thoroughfare.

The City of Chino resides on the western edge of San Bernardino County which is the largest county in the United States.  The local area well represents the ethnic diversity of Southern California and the wider Los Angeles metro area.

If interested in applying for this position, please send resume and cover letter to Bishop Perry Engle of the Pacific Conference of the Brethren in Christ Church at pemidpac@aol.com.

 

 
 

Firelands Counseling and Recovery Services
Fostoria, Fremont, Norwalk, Port Clinton, Sandusky and Tiffin, OH
May 19, 2016
Firelands Counseling and Recovery Services
Fostoria, Fremont, Norwalk, Port Clinton, Sandusky and Tiffin, OH

Current Opportunities Include: 

Freemont Office: Therapist (Full Time; Home Based Therapist (Full Time); 

Fostoria Office:  Therapist (Full Time)

Sandusky Offices:  Therapist (Full Time); SBIRT Therapist (Full Time); CPST Manager (Full Time); Health Home Care Manager - LPN (FT); Hotline Worker (PRN); Nurse Practitioner (Full Time)

Bellevue Office:  Therapist (Full Time)

Norwalk Office:  Therapist (Full Time); Site Direcotr (Full Time)

Tiffin Office:  Site Director (Full Time), Therapist (Full Time)

Amherst Office:  CPST Manager (Full Time), Therapist (Full Time)

**Sign-On Bonus for Full Time LISW or LPCC **

Firelands Regional Medical Centers offers its employees a comprehensive benefits package, including:

  • Competitive salary
  • Free CPEs
  • Generous Health Insurance Plan
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • 403(b) Retirement Plan (Employer matched)
  • Short- and Long-Term Disability program
  • Life Insurance

Contact us: Firelands Regional Medical Center,  1111 Hayes Avenue,  Sandusky, OH 44870

Phone: 419-557-6826

E-mail: dencek@firelands.com

Web Site: www.Firelands.jobs

Child and Adult Psychiatrists
Central Ohio Mental Health (Delaware and Morrow Counties)
May 16, 2016
Child and Adult Psychiatrists
Central Ohio Mental Health (Delaware and Morrow Counties)

Central Ohio Mental Health is a progressive non-profit corporation that has served the Central Ohio community for over 50 years and is dedicated to the assurance of a healthier future for all of our patients through caring, professional service. Central Ohio Mental Health is committed to the mental health of all those in need and to the continued spread of education and understanding of the importance of mental health in the communities we serve.  Central Ohio Mental Health is also a CARF accredited institution and is partially funded by the Delaware Morrow Mental Health & Recovery Services Board.  Annually, Central Ohio Mental Health Center serves over 4,000 consumers and employees 90 staff members across five locations.  Currently we are recruiting for the following positions:

CHILD and ADULT PSYCHIATRISTS

(DELAWARE AND MORROW COUNTY)

As a member of this team our adult and child psychiatrists are responsible for psychiatric assessment and treatment of adults, children and their families in our Delaware, Powell and Mount Gilead offices.  Minimum requirements for this position include an M.D. degree from an accredited institution as well as being eligible for Ohio Board Certification.   

An excellent salary and benefits package, including health/vision/dental, life, long term disability insurances, 401(k), paid holidays, sick, and paid time off are available for all full time positions.  Interested parties should forward a cover letter, including salary requirements, and resume to:

 

Human Resources

Central Ohio Mental Health Center

824 Bowtown Road ~ Delaware, Ohio 43015

Fax: 740-368-7835  ~  Email: jobs@comhc.org

EOE

Community Psychiatric Treatment & Support Providers
Central Ohio Mental Health (Delaware County)
May 16, 2016
Community Psychiatric Treatment & Support Providers
Central Ohio Mental Health (Delaware County)

Central Ohio Mental Health is a progressive non-profit corporation that has served the Central Ohio community for over 50 years and is dedicated to the assurance of a healthier future for all of our patients through caring, professional service. Central Ohio Mental Health is committed to the mental health of all those in need and to the continued spread of education and understanding of the importance of mental health in the communities we serve.  Central Ohio Mental Health is also a CARF accredited institution and is partially funded by the Delaware Morrow Mental Health & Recovery Services Board.  Annually, Central Ohio Mental Health Center serves over 4,000 consumers and employees 90 staff members across five locations.  Currently we are recruiting for the following positions:

COMMUNITY PSYCHIATRIC TREATMENT & SUPPORT PROVIDERS (DELWARE COUNTY)

The Community Support Provider position is responsible for assisting clients with attaining the skills and resources necessary to successfully function in living, learning and working environments in the community.  Responsibilities include linkage and referral, coordination of services, supportive coaching and educating.  CPST’s interface with external and internal care providers and function as an essential part of the team. Associate’s degree preferred but will consider candidates with equivalent experience in mental health and/or substance abuse programs.  Reliable transportation, valid driver’s license and insurance are required. 

 

An excellent salary and benefits package, including health/vision/dental, life, long term disability insurances, 401(k), paid holidays, sick, and paid time off are available for all full time positions.  Interested parties should forward a cover letter, including salary requirements, and resume to:

 

Human Resources

Central Ohio Mental Health Center

824 Bowtown Road ~ Delaware, Ohio 43015

Fax: 740-368-7835  ~  Email: jobs@comhc.org

EOE

Intensive Day Treatment Specialist
Central Ohio Mental Health (Morrow County)
May 16, 2016
Intensive Day Treatment Specialist
Central Ohio Mental Health (Morrow County)

Central Ohio Mental Health is a progressive non-profit corporation that has served the Central Ohio community for over 50 years and is dedicated to the assurance of a healthier future for all of our patients through caring, professional service. Central Ohio Mental Health is committed to the mental health of all those in need and to the continued spread of education and understanding of the importance of mental health in the communities we serve.  Central Ohio Mental Health is also a CARF accredited institution and is partially funded by the Delaware Morrow Mental Health & Recovery Services Board.  Annually, Central Ohio Mental Health Center serves over 4,000 consumers and employees 90 staff members across five locations.  Currently we are recruiting for the following positions:

INTENSIVE DAY TREATMENT SPECIALIST

(MORROW COUNTY)

A progressive school based partial hospitalization program has an immediate opening for an IDT specialist.  We are seeking an experienced individual that is creative and motivated by working with children, families and teachers in an alternative school setting.  Individual must be able to provide individual, group and family counseling to individuals involved in the program.  The clinical duties include planning intervention strategies, monitoring therapeutic progress, crisis intervention and consultation.  This program is closely integrated with outpatient services within the mental health center and candidates must be able to function as part of a team of allied care givers.

An excellent salary and benefits package, including health/vision/dental, life, long term disability insurances, 401(k), paid holidays, sick, and paid time off are available for all full time positions.  Interested parties should forward a cover letter, including salary requirements, and resume to:

 

Human Resources

Central Ohio Mental Health Center

824 Bowtown Road ~ Delaware, Ohio 43015

Fax: 740-368-7835  ~  Email: jobs@comhc.org

EOE

Emergency Services Therapists
Central Ohio Mental Health (Delaware and Morrow Counties)
May 16, 2016
Emergency Services Therapists
Central Ohio Mental Health (Delaware and Morrow Counties)

Central Ohio Mental Health is a progressive non-profit corporation that has served the Central Ohio community for over 50 years and is dedicated to the assurance of a healthier future for all of our patients through caring, professional service. Central Ohio Mental Health is committed to the mental health of all those in need and to the continued spread of education and understanding of the importance of mental health in the communities we serve.  Central Ohio Mental Health is also a CARF accredited institution and is partially funded by the Delaware Morrow Mental Health & Recovery Services Board.  Annually, Central Ohio Mental Health Center serves over 4,000 consumers and employees 90 staff members across five locations.  Currently we are recruiting for the following positions:

EMERGENCY SERVICES THERAPISTS

(DELAWARE & MORROW COUNTY)

Positions will be responsible for providing and coordinating emergency services and telephone triage.  Candidates for this position must have a Masters Degree and independent licensure.  Five years of direct relevant work experience is preferred but not required.  These are contingent positions.

An excellent salary and benefits package, including health/vision/dental, life, long term disability insurances, 401(k), paid holidays, sick, and paid time off are available for all full time positions.  Interested parties should forward a cover letter, including salary requirements, and resume to:

 

Human Resources

Central Ohio Mental Health Center

824 Bowtown Road ~ Delaware, Ohio 43015

Fax: 740-368-7835  ~  Email: jobs@comhc.org

EOE

Older Adult Therapist
Central Ohio Mental Health (Delaware County)
May 16, 2016
Older Adult Therapist
Central Ohio Mental Health (Delaware County)

Central Ohio Mental Health is a progressive non-profit corporation that has served the Central Ohio community for over 50 years and is dedicated to the assurance of a healthier future for all of our patients through caring, professional service. Central Ohio Mental Health is committed to the mental health of all those in need and to the continued spread of education and understanding of the importance of mental health in the communities we serve.  Central Ohio Mental Health is also a CARF accredited institution and is partially funded by the Delaware Morrow Mental Health & Recovery Services Board.  Annually, Central Ohio Mental Health Center serves over 4,000 consumers and employees 90 staff members across five locations.  Currently we are recruiting for the following positions:

OLDER ADULT THERAPIST

(DELAWARE COUNTY)

Searching for a full time Therapist that is interested in working with older adults.  The duties for this position include assessing client, developing interventions and providing individual therapy.  This individual would also be responsible for linking the client and their family with appropriate community resources and services.  This position is a combination of office based and in home work.  Candidates must be willing to travel to homes to meet with clients.  Previous experience working with older adults is preferred but not necessary.  Applicants with an LISW are preferred for funding purposes but an LPCC will be considered.

An excellent salary and benefits package, including health/vision/dental, life, long term disability insurances, 401(k), paid holidays, sick, and paid time off are available for all full time positions.  Interested parties should forward a cover letter, including salary requirements, and resume to:

 

Human Resources

Central Ohio Mental Health Center

824 Bowtown Road ~ Delaware, Ohio 43015

Fax: 740-368-7835  ~  Email: jobs@comhc.org

EOE

Mental Health Therapist
Central Ohio Mental Health (Delaware and Morrow Counties)
May 16, 2016
Mental Health Therapist
Central Ohio Mental Health (Delaware and Morrow Counties)

Central Ohio Mental Health is a progressive non-profit corporation that has served the Central Ohio community for over 50 years and is dedicated to the assurance of a healthier future for all of our patients through caring, professional service. Central Ohio Mental Health is committed to the mental health of all those in need and to the continued spread of education and understanding of the importance of mental health in the communities we serve.  Central Ohio Mental Health is also a CARF accredited institution and is partially funded by the Delaware Morrow Mental Health & Recovery Services Board.  Annually, Central Ohio Mental Health Center serves over 4,000 consumers and employees 90 staff members across five locations.  Currently we are recruiting for the following positions:

MENTAL HEALTH THERAPISTS

(MORROW COUNTY AND DELAWARE COUNTY)

Searching for full time Therapists that are innovative and motivated by working with children, adolescents and adults.  The duties for this position include providing individual, group, and family therapy.  Previous experience in substance abuse treatment and treatment with persons challenged with severe mental illness preferred.  Excellent opportunity for new therapist to build skill level.   Applicants must have a Master’s degree.  Post master’s clinical experience in the mental health field is preferred.  LSW or LPC required, LISW or LPCC is preferred. 

An excellent salary and benefits package, including health/vision/dental, life, long term disability insurances, 401(k), paid holidays, sick, and paid time off are available for all full time positions.  Interested parties should forward a cover letter, including salary requirements, and resume to:

 

Human Resources

Central Ohio Mental Health Center

824 Bowtown Road ~ Delaware, Ohio 43015

Fax: 740-368-7835  ~  Email: jobs@comhc.org

EOE

Residential Specialist (Part-time)
Central Ohio Mental Health (Delaware County - Star Center)
May 16, 2016
Residential Specialist (Part-time)
Central Ohio Mental Health (Delaware County - Star Center)

Central Ohio Mental Health is a progressive non-profit corporation that has served the Central Ohio community for over 50 years and is dedicated to the assurance of a healthier future for all of our patients through caring, professional service. Central Ohio Mental Health is committed to the mental health of all those in need and to the continued spread of education and understanding of the importance of mental health in the communities we serve.  Central Ohio Mental Health is also a CARF accredited institution and is partially funded by the Delaware Morrow Mental Health & Recovery Services Board.  Annually, Central Ohio Mental Health Center serves over 4,000 consumers and employees 90 staff members across five locations.  Currently we are recruiting for the following positions:

PART-TIME RESIDENTIAL SPECIALIST

(DELAWARE COUNTY – STAR CENTER)

Responsibilities include providing assistance with daily living activities for residents living in a small residential facility with “home-like” atmosphere.  Previous personal care, assisted living or MRDD experience is helpful but not required. Training is provided.  Good driving record and car insurance is required. 

An excellent salary and benefits package, including health/vision/dental, life, long term disability insurances, 401(k), paid holidays, sick, and paid time off are available for all full time positions.  Interested parties should forward a cover letter, including salary requirements, and resume to:

 

Human Resources

Central Ohio Mental Health Center

824 Bowtown Road ~ Delaware, Ohio 43015

Fax: 740-368-7835  ~  Email: jobs@comhc.org

EOE

Mental Health School Liaisons
Central Ohio Mental Health (Delaware and Morrow Counties)
May 16, 2016
Mental Health School Liaisons
Central Ohio Mental Health (Delaware and Morrow Counties)

Central Ohio Mental Health is a progressive non-profit corporation that has served the Central Ohio community for over 50 years and is dedicated to the assurance of a healthier future for all of our patients through caring, professional service. Central Ohio Mental Health is committed to the mental health of all those in need and to the continued spread of education and understanding of the importance of mental health in the communities we serve.  Central Ohio Mental Health is also a CARF accredited institution and is partially funded by the Delaware Morrow Mental Health & Recovery Services Board.  Annually, Central Ohio Mental Health Center serves over 4,000 consumers and employees 90 staff members across five locations.  Currently we are recruiting for the following positions

 

MENTAL HEALTH SCHOOL LIAISONS

(DELAWARE COUNTY & MORROW COUNTY)

Seeking individuals that are innovative and motivated by working with children and teachers in various school settings.  The Mental Health School Liaisons would be a consultant to educational staff by assessing and developing interventions for student behavior.  The Liaison would link the student and his/her family to appropriate community resources and develop case plans for high risk students.  Candidates for this position should have a Master’s degree in the mental health field and experience working with children.  Independent licensure is preferred but an LPC or LSW license is required. 

An excellent salary and benefits package, including health/vision/dental, life, long term disability insurances, 401(k), paid holidays, sick, and paid time off are available for all full time positions.  Interested parties should forward a cover letter, including salary requirements, and resume to:

 

Human Resources

Central Ohio Mental Health Center

824 Bowtown Road ~ Delaware, Ohio 43015

Fax: 740-368-7835  ~  Email: jobs@comhc.org

EOE

Director of Youth Ministry (Part-time)
First Presbyterian Church, Wooster, OH
May 12, 2016
Director of Youth Ministry (Part-time)
First Presbyterian Church, Wooster, OH

First Presbyterian Church of Wooster is seeking a part-time Director of Youth Ministries.  
20 hours per week, including some evening and weekend time for Sunday school and youth events.  The qualified candidate will act as a catalyst in connecting our youth to each other, their parents, our congregation, and to God.   Must have experience interning or volunteering within a church’s youth program as a youth group leader.

  • Leading by example.
  • Keeping current with youth trends and issues.
  • Initiating and maintaining engagement in recreational activities and mission opportunities.
  • Spiritual development including Sunday school, fellowship, recreational activities, service opportunities, youth conferences, and mission trips.

Interested candidates should email their letter of interest, resume, and references to:

            Pastor David Rice
            drice@firstpreswooster.org

Senior Pastor
Newson Missionary Church, St. Paris, OH
May 4, 2016
Senior Pastor
Newson Missionary Church, St. Paris, OH

We are looking for a Senior Pastor for a rural church with average weekly attendance of around 135.  Newson values teaching of the Word, families, children programming, and positive relationships.
 
Please send resumes to Jeff Kephart, jeffk@woh.rr.com
 
The church website is www.newsonmissionarychurch.org

 

Director of Worship and Youth
Church of the Cross UMC, Lexington, OH
May 2, 2016
Director of Worship and Youth
Church of the Cross UMC, Lexington, OH

POSITION SUMMARY
 
The Director position is a full-time, salaried, (non-exempt) job at Church of the Cross.  The position works directly with the Lead Pastor and reports to the Staff Parish Relations Committee.
 
The Director is a spiritual and organizational leader who oversees the worship and youth ministries of Church of the Cross.  Oversight of the worship and youth ministries includes but is not limited to leading our Sunday morning worship; implementation of Church of the Cross UMC’s vision, mission, and strategy in the worship and youth areas; crafting the themes for each service in conjunction with the lead pastor; training and nurturing team members while working with various groups throughout the church to use music and the arts for worship; ensuring each worship service is led in such a way that the congregation has an opportunity for an authentic encounter with God’s presence; and leading our youth on a path of discipleship that leads them into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ. 
 
QUALIFICATIONS
 
  • A clear testimony of faith in Jesus Christ and a vital, growing personal relationship with Him
  • Demonstrated Christian leadership and/or experience as a youth or worship leader in a church environment.  
  • Experience in leading worship, vocalists and other musicians.
  • Demonstrated abilities to recruit and work with a variety of personalities and age groups. 
  • Proficiency in playing piano or guitar with the ability to lead while singing 
  • Knowledge of traditional and contemporary Christian music 
  • A bachelor’s degree in an area of Christian service is preferred with an emphasis in music or youth ministry. 
 
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS 
  • Provide leadership in the development and implementation of meaningful worship experiences at Church of the Cross through the selection of worship themes in conjunction with the Lead Pastor. 
  • Key responsibilities in this area include:
  • Provide appropriate musical leadership during the contemporary service time.  
  • Notify the church secretary of the order of worship by the Wednesday preceding the service.
  • Provide any graphics needed in a Power Point format to the Media team.  
  • Work with other music staff to provide meaningful worship experiences
  • Ensure adequate maintenance of instruments in conjunction with the Board of Trustees 
  • Direct the Church of the Cross Youth Program.  Youth are defined as 3rd-12th grade children.  If the need arises, also develop a post-high school young adult program.  Key responsibilities for this area include:
  • Organize and develop programs for weekly meetings
  • Develop Bible and spiritual study opportunities
  • Maintain a team of adult volunteers in accordance with our Safe Sanctuary policy.
  • Provide emphasis on discipleship, relationship, and leadership development for the youth
  • Develop, organize, and facilitate youth retreats and mission outreach efforts. 
  • Communicate with parents and students on weekly meetings and special events.
  • Submit an annual budget for areas of responsibilities.  Adhere to the budget approved by the Finance Committee.
  • Maintain an active membership on the Worship Committee.  
 
All duties must be carried out with a congenial attitude of cooperation reflected in his/her work with the Lead Pastor and other church staff and members of the congregation. 
 
CHURCH OF THE CROSS POLICIES
 
Submit time sheets to the Church Treasurer by the Wednesday after the end of the pay period. Submit PRO requests to the SPR committee at least 2 weeks in advance of the planned PTO.
 
Adhere to the Financial Spending Policy of the Church of the Cross.
 
Adhere to the Safe Sanctuary/ Child Protection Policy adopted by Church of the Cross
 
To apply, please provide a video via You Tube URL demonstrating your ability to lead three contemporary worship songs with appropriate transitions. Send the You Tube link and resume email to: SPRC@churchofthecrosslex.com prior to formal interview
 
Annual Salary to be paid on the 15th and final day of each month:  Negotiable depending on qualifications, education and experience. Benefits Include health and life insurance, employer-paid retirement after one year, and continuing education opportunities

Youth Director
Parma Lutheran Church, Parma, OH
April 28, 2016
Youth Director
Parma Lutheran Church, Parma, OH

Youth Director

 

Key Attributes of the Youth Director

  1. Loves the Lord Jesus and has enthusiasm for sharing the Gospel with others
  2. Possesses leadership and problem solving ability
  3. Uses creative approaches to develop and support ministries and/or groups for our youth

 

The Mission of the Youth Director

  1. Be a living example promoting a Christian way of life
  2. Encourage and promote spiritual renewal opportunities such as retreats; youth gatherings; Bible studies and small group interest groups. Act as a resource guide for the church, the neighborhood and the community.
  3. Strengthen and nurture the family unit wherever possible.


The Authority and Responsibility of the Youth Director

 

  1. Develop resources, opportunities and implement programs for our members. Emphasis will focus on middle- and high-school youth; however, involvement of college and post-college young adults is strongly encouraged, both as assistance to the Youth Director and for the benefit of the older youth.  All activities shall be appropriate for each age group.
  2. Recruit, train and equip volunteers primarily from our members.
  3. ln collaboration with the Pastor, staff and all ministries within our church, plan and implement activities, classes and programs.
  4. Investigate, promote and encourage faith development programs, such as camps, retreats and youth gatherings, etc.
  5. Plan, promote community involvement in outreach programs.
  6. Attend Church Council and Congregational meetings whenever possible, submitting at least a monthly report of activities and plans.
  7. Help plan and support activities involving all of our members.
  8. Represent the Congregation at workshops and education activities related to Youth Ministry

Preferred Qualifications of the Youth Director

 
1. College degree and/or experience in Youth Ministry.
2. Be an active member of Parma Lutheran Church (or willing to become a PLC member)

The Youth Director shall be expected to work an average of 20 hours per week. The specific schedule shall be set in consultation with the Pastor and Executive Committee. A time log may be requested by the Pastor and/or Executive Committee.

Interested parties may mail their resume to Parma Lutheran Church 5280 Broadview Rd, Parma, OH  44134 or apply in person Tuesday – Friday 9am-4pm.

Compensation for Youth Director to be discussed with serious candidates only.  

Visitation Pastor
Westbrook Park UMC, Canton, OH
April 27, 2016
Visitation Pastor
Westbrook Park UMC, Canton, OH

Westbrook Park UMC, Canton, Ohio, is currently seeking a visitation pastor.   The position is a 20 hour per week salaried position assisting the lead pastor with pastoral care concerns.  Preference will be given to United Methodist pastors; this is not an appointed position.  
Westbrook Park UMC, Canton, Ohio is currently seeking a part-time  small group/discipleship coordinator.   This position is a 20 hour per week salaried position.  
We will consider creating a full-time position for these needs should the right person apply.  To apply, please send resume/letter of interest to westbrookspr@gmail.com.

Director of Children's Ministry (part-time)
Bay United Methodist Church, Bay Village, OH
April 19, 2016
Director of Children's Ministry (part-time)
Bay United Methodist Church, Bay Village, OH

Bay United Methodist Church, 29931 Lake Rd., Bay Village, Ohio is seeking a part-time director of Children’s Ministry.  Duties include coordinating teachers for Children’s Sunday School classes, directing Vacation Bible School, and developing other programs to enhance the spiritual life of our children and their parents.  The position is set for 15 hours per week, but may expand based upon the growth of the program.  Salary is based upon the skills and experience you bring to the position.  A background check will be required. Please send your resume and references to Senior Pastor, Jonathan McCleery at revjmccleery@gmail.com.  Call the church at (440)871-2082 for more information.

Director of Youth Ministries
Carrollton 1st United Methodist Church, Carrollton, OH
April 19, 2016
Director of Youth Ministries
Carrollton 1st United Methodist Church, Carrollton, OH

I. Direct Supervision / Accountability

  • One Way Youth Ministry Board of Trustees
  • Develop, share & carry out Goals/Plans (monthly/short term & annually/long term)
  • One Way Youth Ministry Annual Meeting
  • Other sub-committees as developed by the One Way Board of Trustees

II. Ministry Objectives

  • Operate One Way Youth Ministry’s after-school program

          a)Recruit and train volunteers
          b)Organize components of the program

  • Develop and direct disciple-making ministries

         a. Small Groups

         b. Bible Study

         c. Organize and attend concerts, movies, retreats, mission trips, ballgames, etc.

  • Building Relationships

        a. Youth (one-on-one and within activities)

        b. Parents of Youth

        c. Community

        d. 1st UMC Communities of Yellow Brick Church / Bridge

  • Community Involvement

         a. Live in community

         b. Presence / Participation in schools

         c. Help connect un-churched youth with a church

  • Develop New Ministries (Personal Creativity)
  • Develop Leadership Within Youth by Providing Opportunities for Service

        a. Work Projects b. Mission Trips G. Networking a. Schools

        b. Churches in Community

        c. Adult Youth Leaders at area churches

        d. Social Media

III. Other Responsibilities

  • Communication (get the word out)
  • Involvement in Carroll County Ministerial Association.
  • Regular Office Hours
  • One Way Building

        a. Schedule calendar for use by One Way

        b. Report maintenance needs to Board of Trustees

        c. Light housekeeping duties.

  • Develop and Direct Fund Raising Projects

         a. Algonquin Mill Festival

IV. Relationship to Carrollton First 1st UMC / Bridge

  • Weekly Worship Attendance
  • Report to Missions Team
  • Attend Monthly Staff Meetings
  • Meet regularly with Senior Pastor

V. Compensation

  • $32,000 Yearly Wage
  • Up to $6,000 in Reimbursable health care expenses
  • 2 Weeks paid vacation

Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to: email: office@yellowbrickchurch.org or Carrollton 1st United Methodist Church 253 South Lisbon Street P.O. BOX 85 Carrollton, OH 44615

Pastor (Part-time)
Ellsworth Community Church, Ellsworth, OH
April 19, 2016
Pastor (Part-time)
Ellsworth Community Church, Ellsworth, OH

The Ellsworth Community Church is seeking a part time pastor. We are a small rural christian church located in Northeastern Ohio. We serve the townships of Ellsworth and Berlin Center. We have a nearly 200 year proud history and are looking for someone to energize and grow our congregation.  We are now accepting resumes. Interested candidates may submit information via email and a member of the church council will contact you. 

 

Minister (Full-time)
Gomer Congregational Church, Gomer, OH
April 15, 2016
Minister (Full-time)
Gomer Congregational Church, Gomer, OH

Gomer Congregational Church in Gomer, OH is seeking to call a full time minister for their church. The pastor shall have charge of the spiritual welfare of the church with the assistance of the Board of Deacons and Deaconesses. (S)he shall seek to enlist men and women as followers of Christ, preach the Gospel, administer the activities of the Church, have under his/her care all services of public worship, and administer the activities of the church in cooperation with the various boards and committees. (She shall be ex-officio and advisory member of all boards, committees, and organizations.

 

The organizational structure of our church is strongly dependent on clergy leadership. We expect the pastor to be an effective speaker, planner, and leader of worship. We also expect the pastor to make pastoral calls on people in hospitals, nursing homes, and those confined to their homes. We would like our pastor to work regularly at bringing new members to the church and to encourage people to relate their faith to their daily lives. We need a pastor who works well with a team and can facilitate group problem solving. The pastor should also have a sense of direction of his/her ministry that will build a strong sense of fellowship with the people he/she works. 

We would like our pastor to accept and appreciate our church history and musical traditions. We have a strong Welsh heritage which is deeply rooted in the music from our Welsh hymnals. We anticipate our pastor will embrace our beloved traditions while helping our church to grow and become better servants of God. 

Our church recognizes the Bible as the sufficient rule of faith and practice, and holds that living in accordance with the teachings of Christ is the true test of fellowship. We believe in infant baptism and first communion taken at Confirmation. Each member shall have the undisturbed right to follow the Word of God according to the dictates of individual's own conscience, under the enlightenment of The Holy Spirit. This is in accordance with the Belief of The Congregational Church. 

Further information can be found at www.naccc.org. Click on Clergy, then Pastoral Search, then open pulpits or on our website gomercc.org. If interested, please submit a resume to the following:

 

Search Committee

Gomer Congregational Church

7350 Gomer Rd

Gomer, OH 45809

Chaplaincy Internships (Stipends)
Louisville "Robley Rex" VA Medical Center, Louisville, KY
April 12, 2016
Chaplaincy Internships (Stipends)
Louisville "Robley Rex" VA Medical Center, Louisville, KY

The Louisville “Robley Rex” VA Medical Center in Louisville, KY has three openings for a four-unit residency fromOctober 1, 2016 through September 30, 2017.  Specialties include out-patient Mental Health and in-patient Psychiatric Care, Hospice, Surgery, and Intensive Care with opportunities to work with interdisciplinary teams.  The annual stipend is $27,000.00 with health benefits, sick leave, and annual leave.  One unit of accredited CPE and Masters of Divinity strongly preferred.  For Mental Health and Psychiatric Care CPE units, a major/minor in psychology or counselling is preferred in addition to or included in the M.Div.

 

Additionally, One unit internships are available for the summer (12 weeks beginning May 23, 2016) and fall (12 weeks beginning September 29, 2016).  For further information contact Chaplain Fred Ehrman at 502-287-4908,/james.ehrman@va.gov or Chaplain Office at 502-287-6119/brenson.bishop@va.gov.   Mail applications and correspondence to:  Robley Rex VA Medical Center, 800 Zorn Avenue, Chaplain Service (125), Louisville, KY 40206.

Director of Youth Ministry
First Presbyterian Church, Wooster, OH
April 12, 2016
Director of Youth Ministry
First Presbyterian Church, Wooster, OH

Summary Statement of Job: The Director of Youth Ministries will act as a catalyst in connecting our youth to each other, their parents, our congregation, and to God. S/he will initiate and maintain engaging recreational activities and mission opportunities, and support a vibrant Sunday school for a welcoming, nurturing, compassionate community of youth dedicated to practicing the love of God and Neighbor through study, service, and fun.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

• Be a resource for youth on their faith journeys and build relationships with them. Guide them as they develop a deeper awareness of God. Work with them through their questions about the Bible, themselves, each other, science, different faith traditions, and other topics relevant to them.

• Plan and execute a variety of weekly or twice-monthly events for youth including recreational activities, tangible opportunities for service and advocacy, spiritual development, fundraisers, occasional mission trips, and annual participation in Presbyterian youth conferences.

• Serve as a resource for 6th – 12th grade Sunday school teachers, helping to provide theological perspectives, line up outside speakers, research topics of discussion as requested, initiate curricula planning process with volunteer teachers, evaluate and purchase curricula.

• Provide organizational support for 6th-12th grade Sunday school classes. With the support of the Youth Ministries Team, recruit and train teachers and assistants, maintain student roster, contact information, and attendance records, develop and maintain the budget, communicate class topics, youth events, etc. with students and families, reaching out especially to youth who are not participating.

• Assist in Confirmation.

• Encourage the youth to support one another by attending each other’s sport and performance events and attend those events when possible.

• Recruit, train, and support volunteers for specific tasks.

• Attend Program Staff meetings.

Requirements:

• Strong personal faith, biblical literacy, progressive theology, and an appreciation of the Reformed tradition. Bachelor’s Degree preferred

• A passion for youth and the ability to connect with them where they are in the day-to-day issues they face

• Energetic and enthusiastic with well-developed people skills • A strong leader who values and solicits input from the youth

• Organizational skills, attention to detail

• Computer literate with proven experience in internet and web-based communication applications • Collegial approach to working with staff and volunteers

• Able to recruit volunteers and reach out to people who aren’t participating

• Willingness to grow through continuing education opportunities

Physical Demands and Work Environment:

• Physically fit and able to enjoy full participation in youth activities

• Be available to work on most Sunday mornings and some weekends and evenings

• Be able to travel with youth on occasional mission trips and annual youth conferences

• Pass the church required background checks with no felony conviction

TO APPLY:  Please contact  David Rice at drice@firstpreswooster.org

 

Assistant Director (part-time)
Ashland Center for Nonvoilence
April 11, 2016
Assistant Director (part-time)
Ashland Center for Nonvoilence

Description of work to be done:

The Assistant Director (part-time) supports the mission and objectives of the Ashland Center for Nonviolence (ACN) and reports to the Executive Director of the ACN. Duties and responsibilities include:

  • Provide administrative support to the Executive Director
  • Supervise 3-4 student interns
  • Oversee ACN budget and reserve accounts
  • Track all incoming donor funds
  • Actively collaborate with and support the TALK Advisory Board, mediation activities, and other ACN conflict resolution initiatives
  • Provide administrative support for the ACN student scholar program
  • Create and organize promotional materials and press releases for ACN events
  • Serve as a liaison to various Ashland community groups· as well as to AU campus community
  • Make travel arrangements for speakers (airline, hotel, car, etc)
  • Oversee site arrangements for speakers and functions including signs, food, equipment, space, material, etc.
  • Maintain mailing lists, calendar of events, website, and archives
  • Actively participate in ACN Steering Committee and Working Group meetings
  • Perform other tasks as assigned

Special qualifications desired:

Bachelor's degree required; three years experience administering a community organization and grant writing experience preferred. The successful candidate will have excellent interpersonal and budgetary skills, be proficient with the Microsoft Office suite, be organized and imaginative, and demonstrate initiative.

The position occasionally involves some evening and weekend work. 10-15 hours per week.

Please include cover letter, resume and three references to chovey@ashland.edu.

Director of Youth Ministries
Berlin, OH
April 7, 2016
Director of Youth Ministries
Berlin, OH

Kingdom oriented, non- denominational, congregation in Berlin, Ohio is searching for a Director of Youth Ministries  to join our team of dedicated leaders.  

We know it is someone with vision and character that loves youth of all ages, has a passionate calling to come alongside them to support them as they grow in the knowledge of Christ's grace, passionately flows in the gifts of the Spirit and will disciple youth to do the same. It is someone that will be available to attend activities our young people are involved in and encourage them in their own gifts and callings. Someone that can articulate vision and release that vision to the developing teen leaders in the group so they are empowered to influence others in the group and release them to influence society. If you feel this might be you, please send a letter of introduction about your passion for youth and your resume' to critesgail@gmail.com

Discipleship Externship
Adullam Church, Seattle, WA
April 5, 2016
Discipleship Externship
Adullam Church, Seattle, WA

ADULLAM CHURCH - DISCIPLESHIP EXTERNSHIP

 

We believe that one of the most magnificent pictures of what the church is supposed to be is embodied in the original Twelve disciples of Jesus.

 

They lived together for an intentional and intensive period of Kingdom lifestyle training. They grew together, were discipled together, were on mission together, sought the poor and needy together, challenged one another, shared meals with one another, and were ultimately sent by Jesus as a team to make more teams and communities of disciples...together. How beautiful is that?!

 

We are Adullam Church, and we are seeking disciples who desire to join a team that is committed to and passionate about knowing Jesus together, growing together, and going to plant churches and make disciples together all over Greater Seattle. You are someone who is hungry to live the mission and the lifestyle of Jesus and to do it with others who are in the trenches with you. You are excited at the thought of getting to be part of the beginnings of a church. You’re not the only insane one!

 

Adullam Church is a church plant in the Bothell/Mill Creek area.

 

We are seeking a discipleship extern who is passionate about growing as a disciple and learning the art of disciple-making. You will join a team of disciple-makers who are being trained to lead others into spiritual maturity, build community, and plant churches from the ground up.

 

WHO: Collegiate/Post-Grad Students who love Jesus and are highly coachable

 

You are a teachable disciple. We are not as much interested in your skills or expertise that would normally be more useful to a Sunday service-oriented church. We are far more interested in your character than your competencies; more excited about your humility than your knowledge; more impressed with your followship capacity than your leadership capabilities.

 

WHAT: Learn the Art & Science of Discipleship

 

WHERE: Seattle, WA

 

COMMITMENT: 3 months/TBD

 

HOW: As with anything, true mastery comes not only through study, but a lot of hands-on practice. (Be prepared to make a lot of mistakes and to learn from them!) Between your coach (Pastor Bryan Staab), your team of peer disciples, and the people you will begin to disciple, you will enter into the joys and the struggles of what Jesus meant by making disciples!

 

Hospice Chaplain
Maysville, KY
March 30, 2016
Hospice Chaplain
Maysville, KY

The chaplain functions as a member of the hospice interdisciplinary care team providing emotional and spiritual support to the patient/family and community. Visits terminally ill patients in the home and inpatient care setting, ensures standards of care requirements are met.  Acts as a liaison between community clergy, the patient's clergy, and hospice.
-Graduate of an accredited Seminary, with a minimum of a Master of Divinity.
-One unit of Clinical Pastoral Education required
-Knowledge of current trends in end-of-life spiritual and bereavement care
-Experience in grief and loss preferred  

-Experience in a health care setting preferred

-Residency within service area required

-Full time, Monday through Friday with on call responsibilities as scheduled 

Organization Description:

A rural non-profit hospice organization, providing high quality end-of-life care to patients and families in Mason, Bracken, Fleming, Lewis, Robertson, Pendleton counties in northeastern Kentucky and Adams, Brown, Clermont, Clinton Highland and Pike counties in southeastern Ohio.

Hospice of Hope, Inc.

909 Kenton Station Drive

Maysville, KY  41056

 

Website: www.hospiceofhope.com

Contact: Human Resources

Phone: 606.759.4050

Fax: 606.759.1207

Email: jobs@hohope.org

Associate Pastor for Youth and Young Adults
Blue River Church of the Brethren, Columbia City, IN
March 30, 2016
Associate Pastor for Youth and Young Adults
Blue River Church of the Brethren, Columbia City, IN


Blue River Church of the Brethren in Northern Indiana seeks to call an energetic and dynamic pastor to minister to the youth, young adults and married young adults segment of our church and to grow this segment of the congregation from the surrounding community.

Blue River COB Mission Statement: 

Blue River is a church that seeks to worship God Biblically, teach believers the Word of God, and proclaim the gospel of salvation through Jesus Christ alone.

Position Description

1. The primary task of the Associate Pastor is to develop and implement a comprehensive ministry for youth, young adults and married young adults while upholding the New Testament doctrines in preaching, teaching, and life, with special emphasis on the doctrines described in the "Brethren Card."

2. He will identify & reach out to the youth, young adults, and married young adults in the Blue River COB surrounding community so that growth and retention can be achieved in this group of people.

3. He will work to maintain continuity between this ministry and the church as a whole so that the transitions between the various groups are as smooth as possible. He will promote interaction and unity between all age groups within the church.

4. He will work closely on a monthly basis with the Senior Pastor for personal growth and mentoring to ensure spiritual and doctrinal unity among the pastoral staff.

5. He will provide a unified sense of purpose and direction in terms of evangelism, edification, discipleship and such other ministry involvement that serves to stimulate excitement and participation within the church and to attract other young people and their parents to Blue River and ultimately to a saving faith in Jesus Christ and a growing relationship with Him.

6. He will coordinate Sunday school curriculum for youth, young adult, and married young adults in partnership with the Christian Education Committee while teaching the young adult/ married young adult.

7. He will participate in worship services as requested, including filling the pulpit (without additional compensation) when the Pastor is away.

8. He will be sensitive to the rich history and culture of Blue River COB while moving forward to minister to and grow the church in today's secular environment.

Qualifications: 

1. Must have vision and a demonstrated ability to plan, develop, coordinate, manage and implement a youth ministry within the parameters of the Blue River Church of the Brethren's mission statement.

2. Must possess a proven ability to work effectively with youth, young adults, and volunteers.

3. Must have good written and verbal communication skills, conflict management skills, and computer skills.

Organizational Relationship: 

The position of Associate Pastor for Youth and Young Adults is directed by the Ministerial Committee. The Associate Pastor will communicate regularly with the Senior Pastor, Official Board, Ministerial Committee, and Youth Steering Committee for goal setting, sharing, evaluating, problem solving, and prayer support.

If you are interested in this position, please request a copy of our profile from the 
Northern Indiana District Office
162 E. Market Street Nappanee, IN 46550
574.773.3149

Director of Youth Ministry
Rural Chapel UMC, Galena, OH
March 30, 2016
Director of Youth Ministry
Rural Chapel UMC, Galena, OH

We are seeking an energetic person to plan, implement and lead activities for our middle school and high school students within the church as well as youth in our community.  The Youth Director will provide vision and coordination for all youth activities that support Rural Chapel’s vision of “Making Time to Grow in Faith Together.”  Program development, good communication skills and administrative duties are part of the job responsibilities. 

How to Apply – For further information and how to apply, see our positing at the Youth Cartel websitehttps://theyouthcartel.com/jobs/youth-program-director-rural-chapel-united-methodist-church-oh/

Link to Website – http://www.ruralchapel.org/

Therapist (Full-time)
FIRELANDS COUNSELING AND RECOVERY SERVICES, Amherst, OH
March 28, 2016
Therapist (Full-time)
FIRELANDS COUNSELING AND RECOVERY SERVICES, Amherst, OH

Firelands Counseling & Recovery is looking to hire full time therapist at the Amherst location to start possibly in summer but definitely by end of summer for fall. Please contact the Director of the Amherst location, Dawn Kroh, 440-984-3882, ext. 3330

Youth Leader (Part-time)
Hayesville United Methodist Church, Hayesville, OH
March 8, 2016
Youth Leader (Part-time)
Hayesville United Methodist Church, Hayesville, OH

Part-time position to build youth program.  Currently there is no youth program in place. 40 hours per month.  $15/hour. 

Hayesville United Methodist Church (in Hayesville, OH--right on Route 60 between Ashland and Loudonville) currently averages 55 or so in attendance on Sunday mornings, with a fairly traditional worship style.

 

Website:  www.hayesvilleumc.org

Questions/Contact:  Rev. Paula Archdeacon; 419.368.3489 or hayesvillepastor@gmail.com

Keyboard Player
Hayesville United Methodist Church, Hayesville, OH
March 8, 2016
Keyboard Player
Hayesville United Methodist Church, Hayesville, OH

Beginning July 1. Candidate must be able to play at least 2 Sundays each month, as well as one choir practice per month.  Must also be able to work well with the pastor and the choir director.  Salary compensation.

Hayesville United Methodist Church (in Hayesville, OH--right on Route 60 between Ashland and Loudonville) currently averages 55 or so in attendance on Sunday mornings, with a fairly traditional worship style.

 

Website:  www.hayesvilleumc.org

Questions/Contact:  Rev. Paula Archdeacon; 419.368.3489 or hayesvillepastor@gmail.com

 

Pastoral/Rabbinic Ministry Internship
Tikvat Yisrael Messianic Jewish Synagogue in Lyndhurst, Ohio
August 27, 2015
Pastoral/Rabbinic Ministry Internship
Tikvat Yisrael Messianic Jewish Synagogue in Lyndhurst, Ohio

Pastoral/Rabbinic Messianic Ministry and Leadership (For ordination as a Messianic Rabbi, interns would need to take classes offered through IMACS/MJAA).
·         Help teach classes for new believers
·         Assist with discipleship efforts
·         Will learn about teaching & preaching from a Messianic perspective and will deliver at least one sermon at a Shabbat service during his or her internship
·         Will become familiar with the liturgy for Shabbat and special services.
·         Will be involved in Jewish Prayer Services
·         Will assist with ministry to the elderly
·         Will assist with hospital/hospice visitations
·         Be involved in lifecycle events, celebrations, and services of the congregation such as births, bar/bat mitzvahs, baptisms, weddings, anniversaries, and funerals.
·         Be involved in the Jewish feasts/holidays services and celebrations
·         Attend ministry head meetings at Tikvat
·         Attend community pastor’s meetings
·         Will have the opportunity to attend Messianic conferences if they are held during a student’s internship
 
Tikvat is open to ATS students doing a short-term (one semester) or longer-term (two to six semesters) internship at the synagogue.  During the internship, students will have many opportunities for hands-on ministry experiences and to be immersed in the Jewish culture. 
Context of Our Ministry
 
There are approximately 100,000 pre-believing Jews in the Cleveland area.  The Vision Statement of Tikvat Yisrael is: "To know the Messiah Yeshua, and to make Him Known, in Cleveland.  To the Jew first, and also to the non-Jew” (Romans 1:16).  Messianic Judaism is a Biblically-based movement of people who, as committed Jews, believe in Yeshua (Jesus) as the Jewish Messiah of Israel of whom the Jewish Law and Prophets spoke.  There are now hundreds of thousands of Messianic Jews in the United States alone; some estimate as many as 200,000. Messianic synagogues are springing up in almost every major city across the U.S., and Messianic Judaism is quickly growing in other nations throughout North and South America, Europe, and the former Soviet republics.  Tikvat Yisrael is a member of the International Alliance of Messianic Congregations & Synagogues (IAMCS) www.iamcs.org, which is under the umbrella of theMJAA, Messianic Jewish Alliance of America www.mjaa.orgof which Tikvat is also a member.
Our Mission
 
Tikvat Yisrael (Hope of Israel) continually strives to impact the local and international community with the message of Messiah Yeshua (Jesus).  This is accomplished through our weekly and special services/events, observance of Jewish festivals and feasts, onegs (congregational meals), Havurah groups (Bible study/share groups), men’s and women’s groups, drama ministry, children’s ministry, and so on, and through our programs such as Intercessors for Israel, Cleveland Joseph Project, lay ministry program through our Yeshiva (school), and various mission and charitable organizations we support.  
Interested students should contact:
 
Dr. Deborah Burd, D.Min., Rosh Yeshiva
Tikvat Yisrael Messianic Jewish Synagogue
1370 Richmond Road, Lyndhurst, Ohio  44124

Worship Leader Internship
New Hope Church, Northwestern Campus (near West Salem, OH)
January 13, 2014
Worship Leader Internship
New Hope Church, Northwestern Campus (near West Salem, OH)

New Hope Church is looking for a Worship Leader Intern for our Northwestern Campusnear West Salem.  We are a growing church that has great clarity in our mission and our movement.  It is our desire to multiply our church movement by creating worship gatherings that engage a lost culture while encouraging the body of believers. If you enjoy worshiping to songs by Hillsong United, Chris Tomlin, Elevation Worship, etc… then you might be a fit for our worship ministry. We have a very modern auditorium where we create an intimate environment for our weekend worship gatherings.  This internship is for our Northwestern Campus worship ministry.

This is a great opportunity for anyone who is wanting more experience in honing their worship leading skills and general leadership skills.

This is currently an unpaid intership position with hours (5-10hrs) depending on your availability.

There may also be the possibility of free housing (parsonage) starting March 2014.

Responsibilities could include:

- Leading Worship each Sunday
- Leading Sunday worship team rehearsals
- Worship planning / Song selection (we use planningcenteronline.com)
- Helping in the Creative Process for our weekend services
- Development of musicians & vocalists
.
 
For more info: www.mynewhope.tv/intern
.
 
If you are interested in this opportunity…
Please email or call:
 
Steve Broughton – Northwestern Campus Pastor

Internship
Cuyahoga Valley Church, Broadview Height, OH
December 5, 2013
Internship
Cuyahoga Valley Church, Broadview Height, OH

To inquire about internship opportunities please contact:

Cuyahoga Valley Church

5055 East Wallings Rd

Broadview Height, Ohio 44147

Dean Siley: Pastor of Community Life

440.746.0404 ex.262

www.cvconline.org

 

Submit an Opportunity

To submit an opportunity, please send an email to Susan Icenhour with the following information:

  • Position Title
  • Opportunity Location
  • Brief Summary of Position
  • How to Apply
  • Link to Website

Note that all positions will be posted for 60 days unless notified that they have been filled.

Email Susan

Who to Contact

Susan Icenhour sicenhou@ashland.edu 419-289-5023