Employment Opportunities

Cafe

Cafe 920 Assistant

Part Time
Blankenbaker Campus

Summary/Objective

Do you have the gift of hospitality and a heart of service?  Do you want to personally embody our church vision of connecting people to Jesus and one another by providing outstanding teamwork and first-rate service to guests in the cafe? This is a part-time role working about 25 hours per week, including weekends.  

 

Essential Functions

  • Maintain cafe cleanliness and keep equipment serviced.
  • Food handling and designer beverage preparation.
  • Ensure product quality and consistent customer experience.
  • Recruit & train volunteers and update their records in volunteer database.
  • Order food through our local vendors, keep inventory and rotate stock.
  • Open and close the Café, including the register with cash handling and credit transactions.
  • Send the Electronic Fund Transfers and make cash deposits.
  • Practice top-notch phone etiquette making and answering calls.

Essential Competencies

  • Team Player
  • Service-oriented
  • Ability to work quickly and multi-task
  • Flexibility to accommodate constant changes in ministry activities
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Detail oriented with exceptional organization abilities

Required Education, Experience, and Membership

  • High School diploma required
  • Barista training preferred
  • Member of SCC or willing to become one upon employment
  • Demonstrated alignment with SCC's Statement of Faith

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Community Engagement

Community Pastor

Full Time
Blankenbaker Campus

The Community Pastor will be absolutely committed to the vision of having a Gospel presence within walking distance of every neighborhood. This pastor will focus on knowing and being present with the people, schools, and organizations in the community. A natural disciple-maker, whose heartbeat is to connect with people right where they are, this pastor will live on mission in the community and influence others to do the same, while being actively engaged with civic organizations, businesses and other churches. This is not a preaching position, but a pastoral role in which the focus is time spent immersed in and for the community.

 

Essential Functions

  • Engage in mission/vision of SCC by planting, developing, and shepherding disciple-making communities in neighborhoods throughout the area. 
  • Provide pastoral care and leadership support to community leaders.
  • Engage and partner with local faith/like-minded leaders embedded in the community for purposes of prayer, restoration and community transformation.
  • Invest in community through local leadership/organizational infrastructure (housing associations, chamber of commerce etc.).
  • Identify, recruit, train, deploy and provide ongoing coaching of disciple-makers who connect people to Jesus and one another.
  • Build upon the established missional networks by identifying, recruiting and partnering with individuals and organizations that are living out the Gospel.
  • Unite the Body of Christ in prayer.
  • Identify, recruit, and maintain community leaders for schools with or without Gospel presence.
  • Engage and connect with campus staff weekly.
  • Develop tools and training aids to support community leaders.
  • Attend campus meetings and share what is happening throughout the region.
  • Partner with Campus Pastors and Connections Pastors to connect people within the walls of the church.
  • Other pastoral duties as assigned; such as, baptisms, weddings, funerals, MOC, etc.

Essential Competencies

  • Must have a love for the lost in our community and a demonstrated ability to serve and interact with people of all ages and walks of life.
  • Must have experience overseeing volunteers and leaders
  • Demonstrated experience identifying, recruiting and developing lay leaders
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Decisive/Solutions-oriented/Conflict management skills
  • High levels of self-motivation and drive

Required Education, Experience, and Membership

  • Bachelor's degree required
  • Ordained into ministry (or pursuant within first 90 das of employment)
  • Make best effort to live in, or move to, assigned region within first year of employment
  • A mature Christian who is thoroughly grounded in the Word of God and who demonstrates a commitment to the doctrine and practice of SCC and the Restoration Movement
  • Engaged member of SCC or willing to become one; supports the SCC Statement of Faith and submits to the leadership established by the church

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Safety & Security

Security Assistant (2)

Part Time
Blankenbaker Campus

Summary/Objective

The Security Assistant will help to provide a safe and welcoming environment for our members, visitors and staff in order to promote the mission, vision and strategies of Southeast Christian Church. This person may well be the first point of contact by a visitor and so provide a pivotal opportunity to connect people to Jesus and one another.

 

Essential Functions

  • Provide support for security by coordinating the various functions at the security desk
  • Coordinate building lock-up volunteers teams (Nehemiah Team) when assigned an evening shift
  • Assist people as they enter the building by providing directions, calling other ministry representative, shuttling boxes or items and providing other services as needed to guests, staff and members as requested.
  • Present a helpful, welcoming presence to all
  • Typical shifts can vary but expectation is Monday – Sunday:
    • 7 am – 3 pm
    • 3:30 pm – 10:00 pm

Essential Competencies

  • Must be able to hear and understand conversations in person, on the SCC radio and on the telephone.
  • Physical ability to walk in and around the main building as she/he will be asked to lock exterior and interior doors
  • Provide a friendly, helpful attitude toward everyone
  • Must be available to work days, evenings and weekends

Required Education, Experience, and Membership

  • High School Education and a minimum of 6 months membership at SCC
  • Alignment with the SCC Statement of Faith, values, mission, vision and strategies

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Missions

Missions Associate (Muslim Outreach)

Full Time
Blankenbaker Campus

Summary/Objective

This Missions Associate will have primary responsibilities for facilitating all aspects of Missions Classes and Muslim outreach in order to identify, equip and mobilize Southeast members while maintaining alignment with the mission, vision, and strategies of Southeast Christian Church.

 

Essential Functions

  • Facilitate member engagement in Perspectives, Islam, Missions and other classes
  • Recruit and Manage class volunteers according to defined policies and procedures
  • Lead a group of volunteers to engage the Muslim community in Louisville
  • Lead partnership with Muslim partners and opportunities to serve
  • Preach locally to connect to local churches
  • Partner with other mission staff to engage and equip members on their missional journey
  • Engage staff family to connect their spheres of influence to Muslim serving opportunities
  • Member of Mobilization Committee
  • Other duties as assigned

Essential Competencies

  • Holy Spirit led
  • A heart for prayer
  • Excel, Word, Powerpoint, and general computer skills
  • Problem Solver
  • Strong Collaborator (Team Work)
  • Excellent Verbal and written communication skills
  • Able to teach
  • Organizational Skills
  • Ability to Multi-Task
  • Flexibility in both Office and Field Environments
  • Time Management

Required Education, Experience, and Membership

  • Advanced studies in Islam
  • Cross-cultural Missions experience
  • Engaged member of Southeast Christian Church who supports the Statement of Faith and submits to the leadership established by the church
  • 2:6 discipleship training (done or willing to go through)

 

 

 

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215 Residency

215 Operations Associate

Full Time
Blankenbaker Campus

Would you enjoy shepherding others as they answer their call to ministry? Are you gifted at organizing, planning, and communicating? This an opportunity to work alongside the Pastor of Residency & Theology to help build, develop, administer and operate the 215 Residency Program and PREPARE Student Program. You may be the person God is calling to help maintain and grow our intentional pathway for equipping, developing, and shepherding the next generation of church leaders.

 

Essential Functions – 215 Residency Program

  • Help lead, disciple, and develop the hearts and minds of Residents
  • Assist Pastor of Residency & Theology in equipping and empowering Residents and Ministry Mentors to fulfill their roles
  • Help recruit and onboard new Residents, including processing applications and interviewing candidates
  • Responsible for recruiting, onboarding, and managing relationships with Resident Home Hosts
  • Help build and evaluate metrics to measure the program’s success
  • Help develop, administer, and execute Resident application and interview process

Essential Functions – PREPARE (High School & College-Age Students)

  • Plan and execute quarterly events for students and their parents
  • Help administer and operate the PREPARE Scholarship program—including processing applications, interviewing candidates, managing disbursements, and engaging with students
  • Help plan and execute college visits for students interested in Bible College

Essential Competencies

  • Good verbal and written communication and facilitation skills; ability  to lead up; strong influencing ability
  • Ability to recognize and develop ministry calling and giftedness in others
  • Ability to recognize areas for improvement - create goals/deadlines and see multiple projects to completions
  • Strong disciple maker
  • Good basic Biblical and theological understanding
  • Possess gifts of discernment and administration
  • Commitment to professional and personal development
  • Ability to travel for college visits on occasion

Required Education, Experience, and Membership

  • Bachelor’s degree; ministry degree preferred
  • Three or more years of ministry experience
  • An engaged member of Southeast Christian Church (or willing to become one) who supports the Statement of Faith and submits to the leadership established by the church

 


 

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Missions

Missions Associate (Communications)

Full Time
Blankenbaker Campus

This Missions Associate will give specific attention to communications in regards to marketing strategies for identifying, equipping and mobilizing Southeast members to engage in mission opportunities. They will be careful to do all things in a way that promotes and maintains alignment with the mission, vision, and strategies of Southeast Christian Church.

 

Essential Functions

  • Missions ministry liaison to the Southeast Communications ministry
  • Gather Missions information, updates and changes from the Missions team and coordinate with Communications ministry to update our website and social media
  • Develop social media campaigns that lead to member engagement
  • Promote ST trips, training classes, GMHC, partners, etc. with verifiable metrics by campus.
  • Understand and implement social media marketing strategies
  • Know and research partners and opportunities to serve
  • Other duties as assigned

Essential Competencies

  • Outgoing personality, able to connect with leaders within our church
  • Good written and verbal communication skills within both large & small groups
  • Knowledge of electronic media
  • General computer proficiency
  • Ability to relate within a high-paced team environment
  • Multi-tasking
  • Ability to relate to men and women of all ages
  • Organized
  • Discernment

Required Education, Experience, and Membership

  • College degree preferred
  • 2:6 training (done or willing to go through)
  • Strong missions experience, long term or short term
  • Strong ministry experience as staff or lay leader
  • Engaged member of Southeast Christian Church who supports the Statement of Faith and submits to the leadership established by the church

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Worship

Worship Associate

Full Time
Blankenbaker Campus

Do you see "worship" as a daily destination for all Christians, impacting and affecting every part of their lives? Are you a spiritual leader hungry to see God manifest Himself powerfully to this generation? The Associate Worship Leader will function as a part of our Central Worship Team, within the collective Worship Staff Team. The person who steps into this role will help facilitate various worship and creative environments amid our ministry and church.  This person will function as an ambassador or "chaplain" as they seek to not only lead worship at every campus as needed, but also to partner with internal ministries to facilitate congruent worship experiences.
 

To be considered you must be:

  • An experienced worship leader
  • Talented vocally and have strong musical experience with guitar, and other instruments
  • Excellent communicator, both vocally and written
  • A team player with high energy, positive attitude and strong interpersonal skills
  • A Pastor at heart, willing to invest time and energy into others
  • Experienced in recruiting and leading a team of volunteers
  • An ordained minister of the gospel

You would be:

  • Planning (with Worship Team), then organizing and spiritually leading during Main Services at all campuses, as needed
  • Serving on the Worship Ministry Team
  • Shepherding, disciple-making and development of volunteers
  • Running Rehearsals
  • Collaboration with creative team to dream, create and implement new ways of incorporating the "Arts" within our church.
    • Special events/projects, worship choir development, creative planning meetings
Must be an engaged member of Southeast Christian Church (or willing to become one) who supports the Statement of Faith, Mission, Vision and Strategies and submits to the leadership established by the church.


To be considered for this role applicants must provide a video of themselves leading in a worship service. Need to hear spoken parts as well, such as leading in communion. Please attach a link.

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Worship

Worship Leader

Part Time
Chapel in the Woods

We are excited to launch our 8th Campus, Chapel in the Woods!  Differing from our other campuses in that a traditional style of worship will be a part of that campus identify. If you are a talented worship leader, who loves hymns and plays piano well, you may want to consider this part-time position. 

Essential Functions:

  • Lead worship songs and volunteer band at all weekend services
  • Recruiting & scheduling volunteer band members in planning center
  • Running Rehearsals
  • Shepherd, lead, train disciple, equip volunteers and build community
  • Communicate with worship ministry to program weekend services
Essential Competencies:
  • Some experience with Planning Center Online
  • Music Theory ability
  • Excellent vocal ability
  • Plays piano well as accompaniment to leading
Must be an engaged member of Southeast Christian Church (or willing to become one) who supports the Statement of Faith, Mission, Vision and Strategies and submits to the leadership established by the church.

To be considered for this role applicants should provide a video of themselves leading in a worship service.  Need to hear spoken parts as well, such as leading in communion.  Please attach a link. 

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Connections Ministry

Connections Pastor

Full Time
Blankenbaker Campus

Are you an ordained pastor with a strong Biblical foundation? Do you have a passion for discipling others as they take the next step in their spiritual journey? Our Connections Team is looking for an associate to focus on connecting new members. You’ll meet with new members to identify and address their pastoral needs as they enter into or grow in a relationship with Jesus. You’ll also recruit and equip volunteers to carry out the vision of the Connections Team, while maintaining alignment with the mission, vision, and strategies of Southeast Christian Church. If this sounds like you, check out the details below.

 

Essential Functions

  • Work with the Connections Ministry Leader and others to develop and implement visitor and new member strategies for the campus.
  • Provide pastoral care and oversight for the Next Step room.
  • Oversee the process for following up with new members.
  • Provide leadership and oversight for the new member process and classes.
  • Recruit, equip, and encourage volunteers for the Next Step room.
  • Provide oversight to the baptism and follow up process, including leading and equipping volunteers.
  • Participate in pastoral responsibilities; such as hospital visitations, baptisms, weddings, funerals, MOC, etc.

 

Essential Competencies

  • Strong Biblical foundation.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • Thorough understanding of Biblical disciple-making and the ability to communicate it to others.
  • Ability to shepherd, recruit, train, and empower volunteers.
  • Highly relational and strong people skills.
  • Strong work ethic and a team player.

 

Required Education, Experience, and Membership

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Bible, Ministry, or Christian Education required.
  • 3+ years of ministry experience in a church setting.
  • Engaged member of Southeast Christian Church who supports the Statement of Faith and submits to the leadership established by the church.
  • Ordained pastor.

 

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River Valley Campus

Early Childhood Ministry Associate

Full Time
River Valley Campus

Are you a relational and detail-oriented servant who wants to equip families to help their children fall in love with Jesus? Can you inspire, equip and lead others during weekend services and weekday programming? Are you flexible and eager to learn the many aspects of Children’s Ministry, while assisting the River Valley Children’s Ministry Leader with administrative and ministry tasks? If so, please prayerfully consider applying for this role.

 

Essential Functions

 

  • Implement Children’s ministry vision and goals in conjunction with the Children’s Ministry Leader
  • Build relationships with children, parents, volunteers, and community partners
  • Partner with and equip parents to connect their children to Jesus outside of weekend services
  • Lead and invest in others (team leaders, small group, leaders, parents, etc.) through relational interactions that encourage and build up, especially in times of crisis
  • Engage in volunteer recruitment and training duties, working alongside the Campus Team as well as the Children’s Team to cast vision, identity, and equip in the areas of giftedness, train in safety and security procedures, and disciple where possible
  • Train, shepherd, and schedule volunteers for the Children’s Ministry
  • Appreciate and encourage volunteers consistently throughout onboarding, shadowing, and serving processes
  • Assist with special event planning for the Children’s Ministry
  • Plan, adapt, and implement, age-appropriate curriculum for large and small groups during weekend services, as well as other activities that assist in the mission of connecting children and families to Jesus and one another
  • Work in unity with Children’s Ministry Leader in dreaming, vision casting, and carrying out of action items associated with connecting children and families to Jesus and one another
  • May recruit, interview, train, and schedule weekday childcare workers
  • Perform administrative duties to support the Children’s Ministry

 

Essential Competencies

  • Highly relational
  • Enjoys being around children
  • Ability to be coached, led and discipled
  • Organized
  • Excellent people and communication skills
  • Multi-tasked; with ability to prioritize to complete tasks
  • Creative in both problem solving and vision casting with ability to communicate vision
  • Ability to develop, lead, train, and encourage others
  • Works well in a team environment
  • Ability to relate well to different kinds of personalities
  • Ability to relate well to parents
  • Energizing to others

 

Required Education, Experience, and Membership

  • Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent in general ministry related field
  • Member of SCC or willing to become a member upon hire
  • Demonstrated alignment with SCC’s Statement of Faith



 

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Crestwood Campus

Campus Operations Leader

Full Time
Crestwood Campus

Our Crestwood campus, in beautiful Oldham county, is looking for a gifted administrator and shepherd to oversee the day-to-day operations.  Are you skilled at managing projects?  Are you a relational leader with a servant's heart?  You may be the person God is calling to join the leadership team at one of our largest campuses.  Check out the details below and submit an application if this sounds like you.
 

Essential Functions

  • Provide oversight to all operational areas of the campus with a ministry-minded, people-focused heart
  • Review monthly budget statements and prepare the annual operating budget
  • Work in collaboration with the Campus Pastor on all facts of ministry and operations of the campus
  • Ensure action items are captured and implemented for and  by leadership 
  • Serve as liaison for the campus to other campuses in operational areas
  • Ensure care of proper oversight of the facility, in conjunction with established practices
  • Be present at weekend services to help people connect to Jesus and one another
  • Maintain alignment with the mission, vision, and strategies of the church 

Essential Competencies

  • Highly organized; Ability to multi-task
  • Able to anticipate and plan for future ministry events, project, and church-wide endeavors
  • Ability to understand financial statements and budgeting
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Proficient in MS Office programs

Required Education, Experience, and Membership

  • Proficient Bachelor's Degree required 
  • Minimum three years of ministry experience; leadership experience preferred
  • Engaged member of SE who supports the Statement of Faith and submits to the leadership of the church

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Missions

Missions Associate (Short-Term Trips)

Full Time
Blankenbaker Campus

This Missions Associate will give specific attention to Short-Term Trip logistics mobilizing Southeast members to engage in mission opportunities and grow toward spiritual maturity. They will be careful to do all things in a way that promotes and maintains alignment with the mission, vision, and strategies of Southeast Christian Church.

 

Essential Functions

  • Effective communication with Southeast ministries to grow the awareness of short-term mission trips within their ministry
  • Oversee planning and logistical processes for trips and classes
  • Participating in recruiting, training, retaining and appreciating trip members and leaders
  • Responsible for facilitating site visits and church plant trips
  • Set and reconcile trip budgets
  • Other duties as assigned

Essential Competencies

  • Strong Biblical Foundation.
  • Ability to challenge and inspire people.
  • Strong organizational skills.
  • A heart for the nations around the world and locally.
  • Ability to shepherd, recruit, train and empower volunteers.
  • Competent in computer skills – Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • Strong work ethic, team player, and willing to go the extra mile for your team.
  • Ability to relate to men and women of all ages
  • Discernment

Required Education, Experience, and Membership

  • College degree preferred
  • 2:6 training (done or willing to go through)
  • Strong missions experience, long term or short term
  • Strong ministry experience as staff or lay leader
  • Engaged member of Southeast Christian Church who supports the Statement of Faith and submits to the leadership established by the church

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Student

Student Ministry Leader

Full Time
Blankenbaker Campus

Student Ministry Leader (Blankenbaker Campus)
Southeast Christian Church’s (SCC) largest campus is looking for a visionary and dynamic ‘leader of leaders’ to mobilize it’s Student Ministry to reach our mission of connecting people to Jesus and one another.

SCC is one of the largest churches in the nation, gathering over 25,000 people each weekend. Our Blankenbaker Campus, which serves as our broadcast campus, sees a weekly attendance of over 14,000. This role will be tasked with setting the campus vision for High School and Middle School while servant leading a highly talented and capable Student Ministry team. Responsible for cultivating a culture of volunteer engagement as a part of the disciple-making process; this leader will ensure the equipping of others to do the work of the ministry. The Student Ministry Leader will collaborate and intentionally equip parents to be the primary disciple-makers in their homes.

The Student Ministry Leader will be held accountable for
Shepherding, Equipping, and Developing the hearts and minds of the Student Ministry staff, so that they might impact students with the Gospel message of Jesus Christ. As one church with many locations, this leader will collaborate as a peer with Student Ministry Leaders at other campuses in order to maintain consistent culture and learn from best practices. In addition, the leader will oversee budget and other administrative & leadership duties.

A demonstrated effective communicator, this leader must have the gift of preaching/teaching. Highly relational and engaging; must be able to think strategically to implement a vision, while shepherding the Student Ministry staff well. Must understand how to lead a team to achieve mission; able to manage and resolve conflict in a Biblical way. As a relator to students, must be energetic and able to have fun and not take themselves too seriously. Looking for an ordained pastor with a ministry degree and at least 5 to 7 years of Student Ministry experience in a mega-church. This person must
support the SCC Statement of Faith and submit to the leadership established by the church.

If you meet these qualifications and desire to grow an already thriving ministry to new heights; if you understand how to lead and equip others to make disciples; if ‘Connecting People to Jesus and One Another’ sounds like the mission God has planted in your heart, please consider this opportunity.
 

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Facilities

Campus Care Team Member - Part Time

Part Time
Blankenbaker Campus

Would you enjoy making areas of the Blankenbaker campus conspicuously clean and inviting?  Come help us create an environment where all can gather without distraction to fulfill the mission, vision, and strategies of Southeast Christian Church. Responsibilities include general housekeeping duties and helping with event set-up.  This is a part-time role working approximately 20-25 hours/week, evening hours, Monday-Friday.

 

Essential Functions

  • Weekly cleaning of certain areas of the campus including bathrooms, windows, and floors.
  • Removing trash from all areas of the campus.
  • Assisting with room set up and tear down.

 

Essential Competencies

  • Love to clean and create order.
  • Hard worker and self-starter with attention to detail.
  • Team player.
  • Servant attitude.

 

Required Education, Experience, and Membership

  • High School degree (or equivalent).
  • Basic computer skills.
  • Prior similar job experience.
  • Basic knowledge of cleaning equipment and supplies.
  • Agreement with SECC Statement of Faith and submission to the leadership established by the church.

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Facilities

Maintenance Technician

Full Time
Blankenbaker Campus

Do you have the skills to maintain the interior of buildings at the 920 Blankenbaker campus and keep them in excellent working order?  The Maintenance Tech will perform technical facilities maintenance within designated areas in alignment with our mission of connecting people to Jesus and each other.

Essential Functions

  • Receives work orders from supervisor and carries them out to their completion daily.
  • Performs repairs, adjustments and maintenance on commercial or residential building systems, including plumbing, HVAC, electrical equipment; maintains boilers, motors, fans and related mechanical equipment.
  • Operates computerized HVAC control systems; monitors and adjusts controls.
  • Performs regularly scheduled maintenance of building systems:  replaces belts, bearings, and seals; changes filters; lubricates parts; cleans coils; cuts and replaces pipe.
  • Performs carpentry tasks:  repairs furniture, builds cabinets, repairs doors and performs minor remodeling.
  • Paints interior and exterior building surfaces; paints fixtures and furniture.

Qualifications
  • High school diploma.
  • A wide range of mechanical skills, including skilled use of tools and power equipment.  Any specialty in maintenance is desirable.
  • One year or more of building maintenance experience, preferable in a large building.
  • Ability to skillfully operate in a Windows Operating System and to operate building management systems.
  • Ability to work any shift, including weekends.
  • Ability to act independently to take approved corrective actions.
  • Alignment with Southeast Christian Church's Statement of Faith.

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Children's Ministry

Weekday Childcare (Part-Time)

Part Time
All Campuses

Do you have a passion for children and serving others?  Would you enjoy working three to nine hours per week on a flexible schedule?  The ideal candidate will enjoy caring for children from birth through the fifth grade while their parents are deepening their faith at weekday and evening events.  Responsibilities include leading a Bible-based lesson and providing age-appropriate activities and basic care while encouraging each child to build a relationship with Jesus.  Must have a demonstrated agreement with Southeast's statement of faith.  Work times vary, however, current needs are as follows:

 

Indiana: Tuesday evenings; Wednesday mornings and evenings.

Crestwood: Wednesday and Thursday mornings; Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evenings.

LaGrange: Wednesday mornings; Tuesday evenings; plus occasional Sunday evenings.

Southwest: Wednesday mornings; Wednesday evenings.
Blankenbaker:  Wednesday mornings; Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday evenings.

Elizabethtown:  No current needs.
River Valley:  Thursday mornings and special events.
 

On your application, please indicate which campus is of interest to you.

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Children's Ministry

Children's Weekend Only WIN Staff

Part Time
Crestwood Campus

Our Children’s Ministry at the Crestwood Campus has an opening for a part-time weekend-only staff position.  The position requires working a minimum of 3 services most weekends which results in about 4 - 5 hours.  The role requires great flexibility as each weekend this staff person is placed in the areas of Children’s Ministry most in need, which allows us to maintain a safe, nurturing and learning environment for the children.  Therefore the desired individual must be able to work with all ages of children from birth through elementary. Some physical lifting, getting up and down from the floor, and standing/walking are necessary. 

Must be a minimum of age 16 to apply.  If you have a heart for children, are available to work on weekends and seek a part-time job, perhaps this role is for you. To be considered applicant must be a member and have a demonstrated alignment with Southeast's statement of faith.
 

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