Bellevue Crossroads Preschool Hiring For All Positions



Our mission is to nurture each child’s Christian faith as we educate the whole child in a developmental program that encourages spiritual, emotional, social, cognitive, and physical growth.  As an integral part of the OPPC ministry, the preschool offers outreach to the community’s children and their families.

We count it a blessing that you have chosen Bellevue Crossroads Preschool at Overlake Park Presbyterian Church for your child’s preschool experience.  We are excited to begin this preschool journey with you and your child!

Bellevue Crossroads preschool is hiring all positions.  See below for job descriptions.

We are seeking educators who loves Jesus and have a heart for early child-aged students. Bellevue Crossroads Preschool is hiring a team of educators who desire providing rich environments, providing playful experiences and explorative learning.

To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to Rev. HT Lee.

Preschool/Children's Ministry Director Job Description

Teacher Job Description

Assistant Teacher Job Description

The INN University Ministries Dir. - FPC Bellingham

The INN University Ministries Director
FPC Bellingham is seeking to hire an innovative and passionate director for The INN University Ministries. The INN is a Christ centered community for college age individuals, especially situated to serve Western Washington University students. The director must be passionate about engaging with students on a variety of levels pertaining to evangelism, studying scripture, deepening spiritual growth, integrating faith into their life and career, and disciple making. Our hope is to help students establish a living faith that resonates throughout the rest of their lives. This position is full time salary with benefits, some fundraising required. Applications due May 1, see description for more details.

The INN University Ministries Director Job Description

Youth & Family Dir. - FPC Bellingham

First Presbyterian Church of Bellingham is seeking a fun, energetic youth and family director who is passionate about enjoying God, loving youth, and building a healthy community of students interested in following Jesus and sharing a living faith across generations.  We are a medium-sized church in a Northwest University town that participates in the ministry of Jesus by loving God, loving others, and helping others love God. We value being centered on Jesus, prayerfully spirit-led, and growing together as disciples. Salaried, full-time position with benefits. Job description available is attached. More info available at

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Dir. of Worship & Music - Mountain View PC

Mountain View Presbyterian Church, a vibrant, missional, evangelical congregation in Marysville, Washington is searching for a part-time Direct of Worship and Music.

We are seeking someone who will work closely with our pastoral staff to plan worship services and nurture worship teams in order to lead our congregation to experience the redeeming power of the Risen Christ.

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Exec. Dir. - Audiobook Ministries

AUDIOBOOK MINISTRIES is a non-profit, non-denominational Christian organization/library dedicated to providing audio books/literature and associated services to people who are blind and/or disabled. To that end, our staff and volunteers are expected to be Christians and exhibit Christian characteristics when interfacing with staff and others. 

Job Title: Executive Director

Reports to: The Board of Directors

Supervisory Responsibility: Six part-time staff.

Hours/Work schedule:

·       Part-time position, 28 hours per week

·       Specific hours to be worked to be determined by the Executive Director

·       Holidays, vacation, and sick leave provided.

Exempt/Non-exempt: Exempt

Job Definition:

The Executive Director provides leadership, vision, fiscal health and accountability, and outreach for the ministry. The Director serves as the primary fundraiser for AUDIOBOOK MINISTRIES, oversees staff and volunteers to accomplish our goals and tasks, and interfaces with the public to be the “face” of the ministry. 

Annual Salary:  $30,000-$33,000. No medical benefits.

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Worship Leader - Trinity PC, Tacoma


Trinity Presbyterian Church is a growing neighborhood congregation in the heart of Tacoma seeking a great musician to lead a talented group of volunteer musicians and vocalists as our Worship Leader. Trinity embraces and appreciates the breadth of congregational song - modern, hymns, gospel, contemplative/Taize, classical - all with the aim to draw us into worship of God. Flexible and limited hours, but consistently on Sundaymornings. Full Job Description available here.  Please send resume and cover letter, along with a video sample of your worship leadership to: Preferred deadline is April 2, 2018.

Children's Ministry Assistant - Trinity PC, Tacoma

Children's Ministry Assistant (Part-time, permanent)

Trinity Presbyterian Church is a growing neighborhood congregation in the heart of Tacoma and is bursting at the seams with children, youth and families. The Children's Ministry Assistant will work in close partnership with the CYFM director and volunteer Children's Ministry team providing reliable and detailed-oriented support and organization to Sunday morning Godly Play programming and family ministry events. For a complete job description, click here. Please send a resume and a cover letter to Preferred application deadline is March 25th, 2018. 

Dir. of Student & Family Ministries - Our Saviour's Lutheran Church of Stanwood

Salary : $40,000-$45,000 (+ benefits)

Position Description :
A full-time (40 hours/week) position with a focus on students pre-k through grade 12 that engages and encourages our youth to build a personal relationship with Jesus Christ by worshipping God, connecting with each other, discovering God’s Word, serving our community, and sharing Christ with others.
The Director of Student and Family Ministries shall provide planning, implementation, coordination and development of student programs and events.

Desired Gifts and Experience :
*Commitment to the mission and vision of OSLC
*Have a passion for serving students of all ages and their families
*A degree in theology, education, or related field
*Minimum 5 years of experience coordinating and leading students
*Ability to be flexible due to changing schedule and varying work hours and days *Volunteer management and recruitment
*Strong communication and leadership skills
*Exceptional planning, time management, and organizational skills

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Bookkeeper (PT) - Seattle Presbytery

Position Summary: This position supports Seattle Presbytery and its mission by managing its bookkeeping, both receivables and payables.  The Bookkeeper works as part of the Presbytery staff and supporting its member churches and their staffs/congregations.  Attention to detail, good communication skills and an ability to maintain confidentiality are critical skill sets. 

Accountability: Reports to Business/Finance Manager. Office is located in downtown Seattle, with moderate flexibility for remote working, subject to needs of the business.


  • Process invoices, payroll, staff expense reimbursements and staff expense advances (A/P). Ensure that all incoming invoices are approved, returned and paid in a timely manner. Ensure correct code/account numbers are assigned, post in QuickBooks. Reconcile vendor statements.
  • Process all receipts and deposits (A/R), including contributions, rent/lease payments, and other receipts.  Ensure deposits and checks are assigned correct code/account numbers, post receipts in QuickBooks. Reconcile bank statements. Prepare checks/electronic payments on a weekly basis, at minimum.
  • Maintain electronic files of all relevant documents/statements.  Maintain current vendor and contributor records.
  • Prepare and post journal entries
  • Assist with insurance issues
  • Prepare 1099’s and other tax documents at year end or as needed
  • Communicate with staff, vendors and members
  • Provide support for any audit as needed
  • Assist with development/streamlining and documentation of processes and procedures
  • Assist with other projects as assigned


  • A personal relationship with and commitment to Jesus Christ, and a genuine love for the Church.
  • Knowledge of and commitment to the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), its mission, its form of government and doctrine, in accordance with the Book of Order and Book of Confessions.
  • Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent two years experience. 
  • 2+ years experience in Accounts Payable and/or bookkeeping
  • Proven interpersonal skills, including a strong customer service orientation and ability to work cooperatively as a team player
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Attention to detail
  • Computer competence in Google and Office applications  
  • Accounting software experience required (Quickbooks Online preferred)
  • Ability to maintain strict confidentiality and personal integrity

Hours/Benefits: This is a part-time, 10-18 hours per week non-exempt (hourly) position.  Days worked will be determined in coordination with Business/Finance Manager and other Presbytery staff. Hours will be fine-tuned at the 3-month position review. This position is not eligible for benefits.

Salary:  Commensurate with ability/experience and equitable within existing salary structure.
Evaluation:  There is an annual review and evaluation of performance and a review in accordance with the personnel policies of Seattle Presbytery.

To Apply:  Resumes and cover letters may be sent to EJ Lee.


Project Coordinator - West Side PC

Position Overview

Under the direction of the Senior Pastor and working with a diverse group of volunteers, the Project Coordinator organizes, tracks and communicates the status of projects to support the on-going work of the Church Mission Study.

Essential Functions

·       Create and maintain project/initiative documentation

·       Equip stakeholders to develop and manage to charters

·       Facilitate work flow for various initiatives

·       Develop a dashboard indicating/demonstrating progress to-date

·      Assess and escalate risks/barriers to meeting milestones or timelines


·       Clear and compelling communicator

·       Skillful in project facilitation

·       Ability to manage completing priorities

·       Collegial and trustworthy

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Worship Dir. - Trinity PC, Shoreline

Worship director - Trinity Presbyterian Church, Shoreline, WA

Seeking a part time worship director with a passion for innovative and creative leadership of our music ministry. Trinity is a neighborhood church in Shoreline with a love of both traditional and contemporary styles looking for someone to balance both our current needs and help lead us in new directions.  See for full job description.  Email resume to Trinity Presbyterian Church –

Choir Dir. & Accompanist - Birchwood PC

Birchwood Presbyterian Church in Bellingham is looking for two people to fill the positions of choir director and accompanist.  Our choir director retired last spring and our accompanist cannot continue due to health reasons.  We are trying to get the word out to as many people in the music community as possible in the hope of finding interested and qualified candidates. If you are interested or know of someone who may be, more information can be obtained by phoning Birchwood Presbyterian Church at (360) 733-8860 or by going to

Please direct inquiries to:

Bob & Sandy Hiorns

Search Committee Co-chairs

(360) 392-8264

Operations Dir. - Renewal Ministries NW

Organization Mission

Renewal Ministries NW engages people in spiritual practices leading to deeper relationships with Jesus that refresh their souls, renew their spiritual vitality, and inspire them to participate with Jesus in transforming the world. 

General Job Description

The Operations Director is responsible for adhering to the mission of the ministry by working closely with and reporting to the Executive Director(s) in carrying out the organization’s strategic vision. Their primary responsibility is to oversee and maintain day-to-day operations and event planning.

Strategic Vision

The Operations Director works with the Executive Director(s) to identify the goals, strategies, and tactics needed for growth of ministry programs and, operational support including coordination and management of events (e.g., sponsored ministry offerings and special events).  They will provide oversight for the implementation of these strategies.  Work with the Executive Director(s) in the annual budget development process.

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