The minister to Children and Families at West Side (Seattle Presbytery) implements the mission and vision of WSPC within the pastoral leadership department. The minister will build strong discipling relationships between parents, volunteers, and children, create dynamic programs, and support parents as the primary influence in their children’s faith formation. This leader will provide pastoral leadership to preschool and elementary students and their families within the intergenerational church ministry context of West Side.
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
While this one year ministry role (internship) provides guided practical ministry experience in youth, young adult, and local outreach ministry, its purpose is to provide pastoral leadership within the intergenerational church ministry context of West Side.
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.
While this one year ministry role (internship) provides guided practical ministry experience in youth, young adult, and local outreach ministry, it’s purpose is to provide pastoral leadership within the intergenerational church ministry context of West Side.
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.
· 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
GENERAL LEADERSHIP & MANAGEMENT SKILLS
· Clear and compelling communicator
· Skillful in project facilitation
· Ability to manage completing priorities
· Collegial and trustworthy
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 www.trinpc.org for full job description. Email resume to Trinity Presbyterian Church – email@example.com
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 bpchurch.org/staff.
Please direct inquiries to:
Bob & Sandy Hiorns
Search Committee Co-chairs
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.
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.
Tualatin Plains Presbyterian Church
30685 NW Scotch Church Road, Hillsboro, OR, 97124
503.648.9573 · firstname.lastname@example.org · www.oldscotchchurch.org
Family Ministries Director Job Posting
Tualatin Plains Presbyterian Church (PCUSA), known locally as the Old Scotch Church, is a vibrant community of faith with a focus on excellence in traditional worship and music. We are a strong, relational community that is family-oriented and multi-generational. Our congregation believes in the centrality of Jesus as our Lord and Savior, and we seek to follow God's kingdom work here on earth. Education on matters of theology and Christian living is highly valued, including building the faith of the next generations. We value our history and the story of faith of those who have come before us, honoring all we are given as good stewards. We are fortunate to have both the need and the means to seek another member for our church's ministry team who can focus with our families on the gifts of our children and youth.
Position Description: Family Ministries Director
The Family Ministries Director position will give oversight, guidance, and hands-on interaction with our preschool (age 4) children through our high school youth (grade 12) and their families. We have an excellent team of teachers who can both learn from and support the Director we select to enhance the spiritual and educational needs of our children. As an overview of the work, we seek a team member of our staff who has a growing Christian faith, will interact in a vibrant community, will coordinate and engage in ministry to children and youth as well as intergenerational ministry, and will do so with good means of communication and administration.
The weekly time commitment for this position is estimated at 25-30 hours, with a wage range of $15 to $20 per hour, depending on experience. In order to make this position a full-time position at 40 hours per week, this person will also be responsible for Special Projects, assigned solely by the pastor. Projects may include office administration for 4-6 weeks of the year, nonmember memorial services, building and grounds needs, worship leadership, and/or visitation. Annual benefits include medical insurance, mileage reimbursement, and some professional expenses. Distribution of hours across work responsibilities will be coordinated with the Pastor and approved by the Session. The Director reports regularly to the Session, is supervised by the Pastor, and works closely with other staff members and volunteers in the area of Family Ministry. The Director also works in consultation with the Christian Education elder and other elders as needed (e.g., Mission).
1. Engage in the life of the congregation as a participant of the church through worship and fellowship as well as maintaining a vital personal faith through regular Bible study and prayer.
a. Lead and support our Christian education program for children and youth as part of intergenerational ministry in our congregation. Oversee and coordinate the children's and youth curriculum for PK-12. This includes researching, discussing, recommending, and reviewing curriculum and supplies.
b. Work with students and volunteers to plan Sunday School, regular youth meetings, and special services. This includes working with the pastor to teach confirmation classes.
c. Implement the plans for children and youth service projects, activities, including intergenerational activities, and retreats.
d. Work with youth, parents and Session to design purposeful and meaningful mission projects, along with securing the necessary funds.
e. Work with staff and volunteers to implement the annual successful VBS ministry.
2. Embrace a relational model of ministry.
a. Reach out to and build relationships with children, youth, their families, and other church members. This would include those currently active in church programs as well as those less (or not) active. Identify and support individual activities outside church programs.
b. Provision of pastoral care to children and youth is a collaborative effort with the pastor. At times, this care may extend to the larger congregation.
c. Seek ways to build relationships with local and Presbytery youth ministries.
3. Work in an organized, effective, and well-communicated manner.
a. Ensure the safety and well-being of the children and youth participating in church programs.
b. Maintain timely communication with families, youth, and congregation regarding planned activities or areas of responsibilities.
c. Oversee the youth program budget and youth fund.
d. Attend and report in monthly Staff, Christian Education, and Session meetings.
Vocational and Personal Qualifications:
1. A transparent, growing relationship with Jesus Christ.
2. A passion and calling to nurture children, youth, and parents to foster Christian growth.
3. Undergraduate degree with emphasis on Christian ministry, education, or human development preferred.
4. Experience working with children and/or youth in a teaching, mentoring, or ministry role; and, a willingness to grow in this capacity at the children, youth and intergenerational levels.
5. Maturity or life experience that has built leadership and role model skills.
6. Exhibit excellent administrative, organizational and written and verbal communication skills. Active listening skills are valued.
7. Demonstrate self-motivational skills including: personal drive, initiative, and creativity. Must be able, and willing, to work both independently and collaboratively.
8. Is a team player, with a positive attitude, partnering with volunteer and paid staff, as well as with families.
Interested candidates may contact the church office or website for access to an application. Applications will be reviewed upon receipt until the position is filled. Please note: A background check including driving record and a drug test is required prior to a formal offer.
Greetings fellow Northwest Presbyter congregations! Do you know someone interested in a part time Nursery Care position?
Cascade View Presbyterian Church, at 1030 E Casino Road in Everett, WA, is hiring a Nursery Care Provider for Sunday mornings, 10:00am to 12:00pm, to take care of a lively and lovable group of infants and toddlers during worship, starting as soon as possible!
This is an hourly position, at $12.50/hour ($25 per Sunday, before taxes), paid monthly.
CPR and First Aid certification is required.
Interested individuals, please contact the CVPC office, at 425-355-5352, or email@example.com.
Part-time Custodial Assistant (Mill Creek)
Compensation: $11.00 per hour
North Creek Presbyterian Church, located in Mill Creek, WA is looking for a part-time Custodial Assistant 20 - 25 hours per week evenings and weekends to assist with cleaning and maintenance of church facilities. Other responsibilities/qualifications include:
-Knowledge of modern cleaning methods and equipment and their use
-Ability to lift, carry or push up to 50 pounds
-Ability to use computer program for room schedules and set up
-Perform specific cleaning and maintenance tasks as directed by the lead custodian, including cleaning sinks and toilets, mopping and waxing floors, vacuuming carpets, replenishing paper dispensers
The ideal candidate is someone who is welcoming to church members and guests, assisting them with meeting locations and set up needs.
To apply: http://northcreekpres.org/#/resources/employment and follow the instructions.
Faith Action Network is about to take a new, exciting step forward!
In order to develop FAN’s interfaith network into a more powerful voice for justice, we are expanding our staff capacity to organize across the state. FAN will be hiring a full-time organizer to help lead our efforts to build our networks of Advocating Faith Communities, individuals, and partner organizations, especially in legislative districts where additional education, advocacy, and mobilization is needed.
Click here to see a full job description. Applicants should email a resume, cover letter, and contact information for three references to firstname.lastname@example.org. The position will remain open until July 28.
PURPOSE: To engage, equip and encourage staff, volunteers, pastors and people through demonstrating hospitality, warmth, and connection. To coordinate meetings and meetups throughout NWC Presbytery ensuring participants’ preparation to engage. And to provide assistance to Executive Presbyter and Stated Clerk as needed.
Promote through your work and attitude the mission of NWC Presbytery which is “to engage, equip and encourage congregations and their leaders, dispersed yet connected throughout the region, as together we faithfully serve Jesus Christ to transform the world.”
Those interested in applying should submit a cover letter along with their resume or PIF addressed to Dr. Corey Schlosser-Hall, Executive Presbyter, 1010 East Casino Road, Everett, WA 98203 by July 12, 2017.
Send cover letter and resume as PDF files to email@example.com.