Position Location Date Posted
Adult Ministry Development Director
Berlin First Brethren, Berlin, PA
June 30, 2016
Adult Ministry Development Director
Berlin First Brethren, Berlin, PA

Berlin First Brethren (PA) is seeking a new full-time staff member to serve as their Adult Ministry Development Director. The focus for this new position will encompass (a) encouraging newcomers to actively engage and grow in body life and service, (b) all adult Christian education and (c) small group leader development. This person will help equip adult disciples, and exercise the mantra “When everyone is involved in ministry, I’m doing my job.”Interested candidates can contact the church office at 814-267-3863 or via email at berlinbrethren@comcast.net.  

Pastor of Formation and Mission
Souderton Mennonite Church, Souderton, PA
June 28, 2016
Pastor of Formation and Mission
Souderton Mennonite Church, Souderton, PA

Summary of position:

This person will work together with the Pastoral Team to keep the congregation centered and focused on our mission to develop a thriving network of Anabaptist ministries that is multiplying Christ’s love by drawing persons to Christ, helping them to grow as followers of Jesus, and sending them into their calling across the Indian Valley and around the world. They will develop and lead teams of individuals who are passionate about helping people grow and be formed in their faith in Jesus Christ and who also desire to develop people as ministers of Jesus Christ serving in their God-given gifts and talents.  The pastor will help lead the congregation to focus on reaching out to the local community and in foreign missions, sharing the love of Jesus in word and deed and training leaders and teams in effective culturally sensitive outreach. This is a full-time position.

The Pastor of Formation and Mission is in charge of the following: 

•      Responsible for developing and leading teams who help every adult to grow in theirinward journey of faith (John 15:1-7) through their relationship with Christ, other adults from SMC, and their neighbors (Luke 10:25-37)

•      Responsible for developing and leading teams who will help every adult to grow in theiroutward (Romans 12:4-8) journey of faith through the stewardship of time and talent in and beyond the church.

•      Developing leaders and teams who will minster effectively in the Souderton and outlying communities.

•      Give oversight to individuals and teams in foreign missions.  Help lead the mission focus of the church.

 *For full job description and list of qualifications, please visit the church’s website. 

How to apply: Please send a cover letter describing your qualifications and interest, your resume, references, and a 2-minute video introducing yourself by email to churchoffice@soudertonmennonite.org – ATTENTION PASTOR SEARCH in the subject line. 

Link to website:

http://www.soudertonmennonite.org/index.php

Pastoral Care Pastor
Souderton Mennonite Church, Souderton, PA
June 28, 2016
Pastoral Care Pastor
Souderton Mennonite Church, Souderton, PA

Summary of position:

SMC is seeking a person who is deeply passionate about Jesus and called to extend nurture and care in the body of Christ, helping others grow in vibrant relationships with God and in caring relationships with others in an Anabaptist context. This is a full-time position. 

The pastor of pastoral care is in charge of the following:

1.      Equip and oversee teams to provide care and support for members of the congregation.

  • Train and equip the Pastoral Care Team to provide the hospital and crisis visitation ministry of SMC.
  • Mobilize and coordinate the Pastoral Team for care-giving in extraordinary crisis situations.
  • Train and equip the Visitation Team to help those who are unable to get to church stay connected through monthly visits.
  • Offer pastoral counseling as requested and make referrals through the congregation’s resources and other counseling providers.
  • Offer social work services to congregational needs through the work of the Deacon’s Ministry Team.

2.      Share Christ’s love and hospitality with members of our community as they are drawn to SMC looking for healing and hope.

3.      Oversight of the counseling needs of the church (pastoral counseling with members, making referrals for professional psychological/psychiatric counseling).

4.      Oversight of Support Teams, Grief Ministry, AA, NA, and other specialized support groups.

5.      Provide leadership to the Starting Point & Gifts Discovery Workshop Teams so that every adult discovers their gifting and their call, finds a team to serve with, and sustains their inward and outward journeys of faith.

6.      Oversee Adult Christian Education & Sunday school.

7.      Lead worship in Sunday worship services and preside at funerals and weddings as called upon.  Preaching as needed.

 

How to apply:

Please send a cover letter describing your qualifications and interest, your resume, references, and a 2-minute video introducing yourself by email churchoffice@soudertonmennonite.org – ATTENTION PASTOR SEARCH in the subject line.

 

Link to website: 

http://www.soudertonmennonite.org/index.php

Director of Children's Ministries (part-time)
Souderton Mennonite Church, Souderton, PA
June 28, 2016
Director of Children's Ministries (part-time)
Souderton Mennonite Church, Souderton, PA

he Director of Children’s Ministries is responsible for all ministries involving children in church life as well as in outreach to the surrounding community.  Current ministries include Sunday School (ages 2 to 5th grade), children’s church, Vacation Bible School, nurseries, Wednesday night Club activities, Children’s Worship Arts (choir, dance, drama, etc.), children’s involvement in worship, resourcing parents and families in the nurturing of children, and outreach to children and families in our communities.  The position may include leadership of the middle school youth ministries. This position is part-time.            

The director of children’s ministries in charge of the following:

  • Work with the Lead Pastor and the Children’s Ministry teams to determine short-term and long-term goals for the church’s Children’s Ministry, and to turn vision into a working plan for ministry to children.
  • Administrate children’s programs and oversee and equip the Children’s Ministry teams in the areas of Sunday School; Wednesday night Boy’s, Girl’s, and PK clubs; Vacation Bible School; Children’s Church; and Nursery.
  • Bring the perspective and voice of the children to the table and create more opportunities for children to use their gifts in the worship service. Regularly give children’s sermons throughout the year.
  • Assist with the planning and facilitation of special projects and activities such as Children’s Sunday.
  • Develop and maintain appropriate safety and security guidelines for Children’s Ministry programs, including criminal background checks for volunteers. Implement training on child protection, health issues, and other procedures to ensure the safety and security of children participating in the church’s ministries (with office assistance).
  • Recruit, train, support, and retain gifted and passionate children’s ministry volunteers.
  • Mentor and develop potential leaders for various aspects of ministry to children.
  • Remain current on administrative/teaching methods and trends, materials, promotional ideas, and other Children’s Ministry techniques, and implement these as appropriate.
  • Study and understand the spiritual and other developmental needs of children within the church and in the greater community the church serves.

HOW TO APPLY: Please send a cover letter describing your qualifications and interest, your resume, references, and a 2-minute video introducing yourself by email churchoffice@soudertonmennonite.org – ATTENTION CHILDRENS MINISTRY DIRECTOR in the subject line.

 

Link to website:

http://www.soudertonmennonite.org/index.php

 

Volunteers needed for Epiphany Ministries - Juvenile Correction Facility Team
Cuyhoga Falls, OH
June 22, 2016
Volunteers needed for Epiphany Ministries - Juvenile Correction Facility Team
Cuyhoga Falls, OH

We are a non profit organization that goes into Juvenile Correction Facilities.  Our program is modeled after Walk to Emmaus, Chrysalis and Kairos.  Its purpose is to manifest God's love to incarcerated and troubled youth,  known as "stars", through a 3-day short course in Christianity and an ongoing follow-up program.  Each Epiphany weekend involves a team of adults and youth from the Christian community who work together to show the love of God to those attending the weekend.

We are in need of team members and I was wondering if this is something your students could be involved with. Team members need to be 18 to serve, attend three and a half days of training and attend the full 3-day weekend.  We need recreation leaders, music leaders, table leaders and even someone to help with skits. 

 

Please contact Laura Cramer at laura.r.cramer@gmail.com for more information 

Piano or Acoustical Guitar
Chippewa Church of the Brethren, Creston, OH
June 21, 2016
Piano or Acoustical Guitar
Chippewa Church of the Brethren, Creston, OH

Piano or acoustical guitar giftings?  Chippewa Church of the Brethren in Creston, OH is looking for someone to play (possibly lead) for worship on Sunday mornings. A great opportunity to gain experience especially if you are just starting out in your ministry. If you are interested or want more information, please contact Pastor Bill Eley at (757) 899-0346.

Youth Pastor
Power House Chrsistian Fellowship Church, Cleveland Heights, OH
June 21, 2016
Youth Pastor
Power House Chrsistian Fellowship Church, Cleveland Heights, OH

PHCFC is committed to serving the youth and young adults who are a part of this fellowship as well as those in the community. We need an overseer, a committed, mature Christian with a love for the Word of God, a prayer warrior who has a passion for reaching youth to oversee the youth ministry, vacation bible school and youth fellowships throughout the year. This position reports to the senior pastor and collaborates with the word ministry coordinator.  Located in beautiful Cleveland Heights, OH 44121. Service times are Sunday at 10:15 – 12:00 Noon. Monthly youth fellowship meetings times will be decided by incumbent. 

All interested candidates please contact:  Rev. Kenya Banks, Co-Pastor 216.280.7336 or email CV to kenyabnks27@gmail.com

Pastor (Part-time)
Old Stone Evangelical Church, Amherst, OH
June 20, 2016
Pastor (Part-time)
Old Stone Evangelical Church, Amherst, OH

Old Stone Evangelical Church is seeking a part-time pastor.  Old Stone is a non-denominational protestant church located in Amherst Ohio.  We are a small church with an older congregation.  We are seeking a pastor to lead and energize our congregation and to help us grow through attracting “younger” members.  We are accepting resumes.  Interested candidates may submit information via email or through the postal service and a member of the church council will contact you.

Old Stone Evangelical Church

553 S. Main St.

Amherst, Ohio 44001

Email: oldstone@twc.com   

Youth Director (Part-time)
Brecksville UMC, Brecksville, OH
June 20, 2016
Youth Director (Part-time)
Brecksville UMC, Brecksville, OH

Brecksville United Methodist Church is a theologically progressive church in a suburban community south of Cleveland.  We are in search of a relationship driven individual to help make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world.  Your focus will be the spiritual growth of church youth (grades 6-12) and their families, as well as outreach to youth in the community.  Can you help create a safe, fun and welcoming environment for all young people?  Are you passionate about meeting people where they are? Do you believe in the full inclusion of all of God’s children, no exceptions?  This is a part time position (approximately 20 hours per week) which will report to and coordinate with the Director of Outreach and Church Development. Full job description here (http://www.brecksvilleumc.com/root/bumconline/news/read/?ID=3948 .)  If interested, please reach out to Melanie Smith at office@brecksvilleumc.com or 440.526.8938.

To apply:  submit resume to Melanie Smith, office@brecksvilleumc.com

Hospice Chaplain
Senior Independece Home Health & Hospice, Mahoning Valley, OH
June 9, 2016
Hospice Chaplain
Senior Independece Home Health & Hospice, Mahoning Valley, OH

The Chaplain is responsible for providing spiritual, religious, and personal counseling/guidance to residents, family members, and employees in accordance with current federal, state, and local standards, guidelines and regulations governing the facility to assure the highest degree of quality resident care can be maintained at all times.

Essential Activities & Tasks 

Operations Management

  • Coordinates and leads worship services at the facility, both on and off site.

  • Plans, develops, staffs, and conducts scheduled worship services for residents, caregivers, and staff. Services are designed to address all levels of functioning and care of the resident population

  • Conduct memorial services as requested for deceased clients and at least one annual service of remembrance for those who died over the past year.

  • Conducts, provides and schedules Communion services.

  • Oversee the scheduling arrangement and maintenance of space used for worship, teaching and programs.

  • Coordinates all pastoral care services offered to clients, families and staff.  Provides instruction and training to residents, families, clients, staff areas related to pastoral care, counseling, church education, etc.

  • Trains Stephen Ministers, nursing staff, local clergy and lay people and other volunteer groups to supplement the campus pastoral care. (not at all locations).

  • Teaches Bible classes and other religious/spiritual topics for client groups. 

  • Serves as a professionally trained resource member of the Ethics Committee, programs related to end-of-life decisions and other interdisciplinary efforts.

  • Organizes and oversees the work of the Spiritual Life Committee.

  • Attends the OPRS Council on Spiritual Life & Church Relations meetings three times per year.

Care Management

  • Develops a Pastoral Care Plan with each resident and their designated home pastor where possible.

  • Visits and supports resident, caregivers and staff in crisis as well as those requesting pastoral care, especially the dying, the acutely ill and the hospitalized.

  • When appropriate, contacts local churches and pastors to inform them of the need for pastoral care for their members, especially for the sick and dying.

  • Assigns and supervises Stephen Ministers in giving pastoral care to the residents and community-related persons, if applicable.

  • Acts as liaison between employees, residents and medical professionals to assist residents in meeting their needs while preserving their dignity.

Customer and Community Relations

  • Teams with Church Relations Director to coordinate church relation programs between facility and local judicatories, congregations, etc.

  • Communicates vital information with pastors and churches regarding the services of the retirement community and develops mutually endorsed mission efforts.

  • Facilitates the involvement and welcome of local churches in the worship and pastoral care life on campus, is considerate and reflective to the population served, and participates in the worship life of local churches as invited.

  • Attends meetings of appropriate clergy associations, conferences, presbyteries, synods, and districts. Participate as expected by one's own cognate group.

  • Serves on boards, committees and task groups of congregations and judicatories.

  • Offers leadership in promoting the mission of OPRS and helping to interpret it to clients, staff, and local communities and congregations. 

  • Serves on committees for visioning, developing, and implementing new efforts congruent with the OPRS mission.

  • Promotes wellness and holistic care and a spirit of warmth and compassion in the life of the campus.

  • Supports other resident care programs in the community and coordinates the Chaplaincy program with them.

  • Coordinates volunteer programs to supplement residents' quality of life with visits, companion reading, etc.

Administration, Reporting, Quality & Compliance Management

  • Promotes and uses quality assurance systems.

  • Assists in preparing a budget for Chaplaincy services.

  • Keeps records of pastoral activities and report as requested.

  • Oversees social accountability for campus, if applicable.

  • Annually develops and submits to OPRS a personal accounting of housing expenses for IRS reporting purposes.

  • Qualifications Required

    Education

    • Master of Divinity or equivalent (from seminary accredited by the Association Theological Seminaries).
    • Ordained and endorsed by faith group in good standing.
    • Prefer a minimum of one year (four quarters) of Clinical Pastoral Education or its equivalent, i.e. Masters in Counseling, etc., and/or Doctorate in Ministry (D. Min) including supervised experience.
    • Board Certified by the Association of Professional Chaplains (APC) or eligibility for "board certification" in the APC or its equivalent, i.e. certification by the Association for Clinical Pastoral Education, American Association of Pastoral Counselors, the Association of Marriage and Family Therapists is preferred.
    • Certified as Spiritual Director desired.
    • Certified as Stephen Ministry Leader desired.
    • Must be able to read, write, speak and understand the English language.
    • Experience working in a holistic/wellness program desired.

    Experience

    • At least three years experience in parish ministry, hospital chaplaincy or its equivalent.
    • Experience working with older adults which shows positive attitude toward aging, older adults, sensitivity to the needs of the older adult and ministry with older adults.
    • Must possess a valid Ohio driver's license and acceptable driving record.
    • Must be insurable and meet OPRS' carrier underwriting standards.
  • How to Apply: Please apply online at the OPRS Careers website. When prompted, search by location. Type "Canfield" in the search bar and click the red arrow to continue. 
  • Link to Website: www.OPRS.org/careers

 

Therapists
Child/Adolescent Dept. and Adult Mental Health/Crisis, Catalyst Life Services, Mansfield, OH
June 2, 2016
Therapists
Child/Adolescent Dept. and Adult Mental Health/Crisis, Catalyst Life Services, Mansfield, OH

Catalyst Life Services has immediate openings for licensed Therapists to work in the Child & Adolescent department and the Adult Mental Health/Crisis/AOD departments.   The positions include performing diagnostic assessments, counseling,  and monitoring of clients at the agency and other off-site locations throughout Richland County.  Our therapy teams work with schools, physicians, courts/jails, and other agencies and community resources  to provide quality care to those we serve. 

Qualifications  include Bachelor's  degree in social work, behavioral science or related field;  two years experience  in the field or a combination of education and experience;  Ohio licensure (LSW, PC, MFT) or license eligible with independent  licensure (LISW, PCC, IMFT) preferred; ability to work flexible hours including some evenings; must have Ohio driver's license with acceptable driving record and current vehicle insurance. 

Catalyst Life Services offers a competitive compensation  package including 

•    Paid Time Off Package 

•    Health, Dental and Vision insurance 

•    Health Savings Account with employer contributions 

•    403(b) Retirement plan with employer contributions 

•    Paid Holidays 

•    Paid Life insurance and Short-Term and Long-Term disability policies

Human Resources

741 Scholl Road

Mansfield OH  44907

Phone: 419-774-6820

                                                                     Fax:  419-774-5955

                                                             employment@catalystlifeservices

Senior/Solo Pastor
Waitsburg Christian Church, Waitsburg, Washington
May 31, 2016
Senior/Solo Pastor
Waitsburg Christian Church, Waitsburg, Washington

Description

We at the Waitsburg Christian Church believe God is preparing a special person to be the pastor of our small, rural church in southeast Washington. It is a full time position but we believe it is a position in which either a new pastor or experienced pastor could thrive. If any part of this brief introduction has piqued your interest, contact us and send your resume..

 

Qualifications: Master of Divinity preferred

 

Contact: Robbie Johnson

E-mail: robbie99361@gmail.com

Phone: (509) 520 9154


Church Website: http://www.waitsburgchristianchurch.org/

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

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

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

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

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

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, 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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Who to Contact

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