Llanfair Retirement Community has open positions from time to time.
For details, call 513-681-4230, Monday through Friday, between 9am and 4pm, and mention code LLmission, or visit www.llanfairohio.org.
for Eastminster Presbyterian Church, 4600 Erie Ave., Madisonville
Hours per week 1 - 5 depending on the time of the month.
Duties include: Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Payroll, Bank Reconciliations,
EOM Reporting, EOY Reporting, Benevolence Account Management, Quarterly and Year End Tax Preparations, Client Statements, General Office Work.
Knowledge of Excel and online banking helpful
To inquire or apply, contact Sandy Fox: email@example.com or 513-505-3998
Student Ministry Assistant
The Northminster Presbyterian Church (NmPC) Student Ministry Assistant is a Christian adult at least 19 years of age committed to loving Jesus and loving others through personal and authentic friendships as well as by demonstrating Christian leadership and character throughout their employment or university.
Primary Aim and General Description
To provide engaging leadership for the student ministry and to assist the Student Ministry Director in implementation of student ministry goals, objectives, and every day office work. Student Ministry Assistants are expected to assist in developing and leading a vibrant, visible, and intergenerational student ministry to include study, outreach, recreation, and mission-related activities. The Assistant will also be responsible for ministries deemed necessary by the Director of Student Ministry with a focus on Middle School and High School students.
Type of Employment and Compensation
Part-time/approximately 17 hours per week. $10,608 annual salary. NmPC will also provide reimbursement for a seminar or conference of the Assistant’s choice with approval from the Director of Student Ministry relating to student ministry, and also professional mileage reimbursement.
Director of Student Ministry in conjunction with the Student Ministry Team will provide guidance and on-going feedback. The Student Ministry Assistant should expect to meet with the Director of Student Ministry weekly for evaluative and educational purposes as well as to check-in. He or she will also be matched up and provided a mentor within the congregation for guidance and support.
In addition, the Student Ministry Assistant is expected to:
1. Submit to a background check.
2. Be authentically relational in his or her friendships with students and adults.
3. Be interested and passionate about youth ministry and have a sound Christian background (willing to learn and work with the Presbyterian Denomination), where they continually strive to develop their faith and grow closer to Christ.
4. Be in regular attendance at student events, leadership meetings, Sunday morning church services and activities, and opportunities for education or training that further his or her ability to lead and grow others.
5. Invest in the lives of the youth, both members and of the community, in and outside of the church walls. This includes attending some but not all sports events, concerts, community events, etc.
6. Obey the “laws of the land.”
7. Have a mature view of tobacco and alcohol and adhere to Biblical guidelines of sexual behavior.
8. Cover training material for Northminster Presbyterian Church, Northminster Student Ministry, and leading policies.
9. Be a “team” player, recognizing when to lead and when to follow.
Many of these expectations will be outlined in an interview with the Director of Student Ministry and/or a senior team leader. They will also be further explained in student ministry training. This position may require occasional strenuous physical activity (mission trips, student-related games, etc.).
For further scriptural insights, please read: Colossians 4:2-6; Philippians 2; Matthew 22:37-40.
Please contact Janelle Heying, Director of Student Ministry at JHeying@nmpchurch.org or (513)-931-0243 ext. 129
First Presbyterian Church in Fort Thomas is currently a part time Administrative Assistant. The position is for 15 hours per week. If interested, please contact Terry Webster at firstname.lastname@example.org or 859-441-8939.
Immanuel Presbyterian Church joyfully calls all people to Jesus Christ through growth, service, and worship. Located in the Clifton Gaslight District and near the University of Cincinnati campus, IPC is a congregation that values quality and diversity in its music ministry. Our music ministry is led by the Chancel Choir, soloists, praise band, and accompanied by our Schantz pipe organ and a Steinway grand piano.
Immanuel Presbyterian Church wishes to hire an organist/pianist/accompanist with the following skills and education:
• Degrees in organ performance/church music are preferred, but not required.
• Successful employment experience is preferred.
• Proficient organ and piano skills.
• Excellent sight-reading skills, including the ability to read open scores.
• Strong interpersonal skills.
• Knowledge, experience, and proficiency in a broad range of musical styles and repertoires.
• Provide accompaniment for special music, choral anthems, and other service music for the 10:30 a.m. Worship Service, including prelude, offertory, postlude, and hymns.
• Accompany the weekly choir rehearsal.
• Accompany and rehearse with soloists, small ensembles, and instrumental groups as needed.
• Providing accompaniment and service music for Christmas Eve, Ash Wednesday, Maundy Thursday, Easter Sunday, and other special services or concerts.
• Other duties depending on qualifications and interest of the successful candidate: possibilities include Praise Band, handbells, and other musical offerings.
• The organist will be given first refusal rights for all weddings and funerals.
• Commensurate with experience and/or skill.
• Submit a cover letter and resume [electronic or hard copy].
• Recordings/mp3s with examples of organ and piano playing (via CD, DVD, mp3, website, or YouTube).
• Three current references with contact information.
• Review of the position will begin immediately and continue until filled.
For further information or to apply contact:
Rev. Rich Jones, Pastor email@example.com
OR Aaron Knodle, Music Director firstname.lastname@example.org
Immanuel Presbyterian Church
3445 Clifton Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45220
Director of Christian Education
Employment Category: Full Time, exempt
Position reports to: Pastor, Head of Staff
Scheduled Work Days: Varies
This position plans for, develops delivers, promotes and supervises the Christian education of the children and youth of the church in accordance with the policies and directions of the Session. Build young disciples for Christ by developing and implementing a comprehensive approach to youth ministry while serving as a spiritual leader and role model. The Director of Christian Education should serve as an example in being a prayerful, faithful disciple by attending church regularly, participating in activities and religious studies, and having a solid knowledge of the Presbyterian tradition.
Coordinate and unify the children’s and youth education activities of the church into an integrated and effective Christian education program.
Keep abreast of educational needs of all age groups in the church, make recommendations, and implement programs to address those needs.
Develop and implement curricula for preschool through college levels.
Encourage members to use their spiritual gifts and help identify opportunities where members can volunteer in the children’s and family life ministries.
Provide training, resources and instructions for ministry leaders and volunteers within the children’s and youth programs.
Maintain relationships and communications with church families to further develop the family ministry and determine where the greatest needs exist.
Plan and coordinate special projects for children and families: for example, Vacation Bible School, youth rallies, outings, outreach, mission projects and/or summer programs, etc.
Be a spiritual resource for parents on practical Biblical application in the household.
Remain up to date on the current youth trends, culture and issues facing children and youth.
Develop ways to affirm and support youth and their families outside church activities such as sports, school lunch visits, cultural events, entertainment opportunities, and home and college visits.
Be a visible presence in the community outside of the church.
a. Work in cooperation with the Christian Education ministry group and the Pastor to plan, develop, coordinate, and implement a spiritually-based youth-oriented program for both Junior High and Senior High-aged students.
b. Develop and maintain regular youth group meetings.
c. Teach the Sunday morning Junior/Senior High Sunday School class, with emphasis on studying scripture.
d. Plan and schedule special events or programs on a monthly basis at minimum.
e. Serve as a teacher/leader when needed in any given area of the children’s program.
f. Serve as a resource to other staff regarding Christian education.
g. Order curriculum and Christian education supplies.
h. Develop and implement an annual calendar of activities and programs that are inclusive and promote relationship development and discipleship at levels appropriate to the group to be distributed at the onset of the calendar year.
i. Publish regular newsletters or other written (email and website) communications with youth and their families.
j. Communicate and collaborate with presbytery Christian Educators.
k. Ensure that all volunteers are educated in the policies and procedures necessary for working with children
l. Comply with all church policies and procedures as well as all Federal and State laws.
Estimated Time Allocation
Hour allocation is an approximation and should be used as a guide for time management.
10% Sunday morning activities
10% Meetings (on-site meetings, group meetings, one-on-one meetings)
40% prepare lessons, coordinate and administer curriculum, maintain awareness of trends in Christian Education. Recruit and train volunteers
30% Identify, develop, lead and participate in special events, youth outreach, community service
10% Meet with families, attend activities with church members, and community involvement
Qualifications and Special Skills
Demonstrated Christian faith and values.
Biblical knowledge and adherence to Presbyterian Church (USA) teaching and theology.
Experience in creating overarching Christian education programs.
A love of youth and a concern for their spiritual and emotional development.
Ability to guide children and youth in developing a strong Biblical knowledge base and personal spiritual disciplines.
Proven communication skills and the ability to relate well to children, parents and volunteers.
Good organizational, leadership, mentoring, and interpersonal skills.
College graduate or current college student active in Christian ministry and/or at least 2 years’ experience in youth leadership or teaching.
Maturity and the ability to show respect for and develop relationships with parents.
Proven technological and social media skills.
A sense of humor, musical abilities a plus, other skills to promote fellowship, fun and faith.
All duties and responsibilities represent essential job functions and requirements and are subject to possible modification to reasonably accommodate individuals with disabilities.
This position description is not intended to include all possible position responsibilities. All employees of West Chester Presbyterian Church may be required to perform duties other than those listed in a position description.
Required to pass a pre-employment drug screen and background check.
Send resume' to email@example.com
To provide appropriate organ music for services of worship.
• It is expected that the organist is a person of Christian faith who understands the general flow of Christian worship.
• It is expected that this person is a team player and seeks a cooperative and healthy working relationship with the team and the congregation.
• Plan, prepare, and play organ music appropriate to each service of worship including the prelude, the interlude, the postlude and other music as required.
• Prepare appropriate music for weddings and special services.
• Rehearse sufficiently for optimum performance at the instrument.
• Attend choir rehearsals for accompaniment.
• Accompany the congregation’s singing of hymns.
• Accompany the choir’s singing of scheduled music.
• Arrange for a substitute when not able to be present.
• Work with the music director to schedule appropriate maintenance of the organ
• It is expected that the organist would be available to attend Tuesday morning staff meetings on a regular basis.
The organist’s primary supervisor is the music director. Performance reviews will be conducted regularly by the direct supervisor (music director), the pastor as head of staff and the session Personnel Committee.
The session Personnel Committee will annually review the adequacy of compensation. The organist is a contracted position paid monthly covering worship services, rehearsals, and staff meeting. He/she will also be compensated for weddings and funerals – paid by the families through the church monthly payroll system.
Time Off & Benefits:
Sundays off to be scheduled in advance with the music director. As a contract position, this position does not receive benefits.
Send resume' to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Choir Director is responsible to the Session through the Worship Committee (W-1.4004 Book of Order).
The Choir Director is directly supervised by the Pastor (W-1.4005 Book of Order).
The Choir Director will coordinate vacations and holidays with the Music Director and the Pastor.
Duties and Responsibilities
Plan and coordinate the music appropriate for worship and special services with Pastor and
Coordinate and plan with Music Director/Organist weekly and special service music. Music Director/Organist will provide information to the Administrative Assistant in a consistent and timely manner in order to have service bulletins complete by individual deadlines.
Attend the scheduled meetings of the Worship Committee, meet with Music Director/Organist, Worship Committee Chair, and Pastor to discuss the appropriateness of music, for special services, and evaluate the overall direction of worship music.
Lead the Choir(s), soloists, or guest musicians for worship, special music, or special services.
Attend scheduled Choir rehearsals, including special music and special services.
Coordinate with Music Director/Organist to schedule additional musicians for special services.
Time Required, Music Year, and Compensation
The time required will depend upon the needs of the Church season and the Choir Director’s professional requirement to complete the duties and responsibilities.
The music year usually starts with practice on the Thursday after Labor Day and continues through the first Sunday in June.
The compensation will be as agreed upon hire, and paid bi-monthly.
Please respond to First Presbyterian Church, Glendale no later than April 11, 2017.
email@example.com (attention Jerry Kirkland)
First Presbyterian Church, Glendale
155 East Fountain Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45246
ATTENTION Jerry Kirkland
Youth Ministries Coordinator
POSITION TYPE: Non-Exempt, Part-Time
REPORTS TO: Senior Pastor, Head of Staff (SPHOS)
Provide organizational and logistical support to the Crestview Youth Ministry, in addition to leading mid-week worship activities.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Youth Activities: Responsible for planning weekly large group activities, Fall/Spring confirmation retreats, winter/summer conferences & outreach events, coordinate small groups and encourage participation.
• Worship: Develop age appropriate lesson and teaching plan for mid-week large group gatherings; attend Sunday worship service at Crestview.
• Volunteer Coordination: Coordinate with volunteers for Youth activities.
• Administration: Work within constraints established by annual budget. Attend monthly Youth Ministry Team Meetings and weekly staff meetings.
• Communication: Promote youth events through various media; e.g., email, facebook, text, etc…
• Bachelor’s degree preferred
• Work/volunteer experience in youth Christian ministry
• Strong organizational skills; strong relational skills with youth and their families.
• Ability to teach and communicate Christian message to youth
• Demonstrated initiative
• Vital and demonstrated faith in Jesus Christ
Interested persons may send their resume to the Rev. Shawn Barley at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Director of Student Ministries
Sycamore Presbyterian Church is seeking a passionate Christian to serve as The Director of Student Ministries. This individual will be responsible for developing and implementing Christ-centered, Biblically-based ministry programs for grades six through twelve and college-age individuals. The Director of Student Ministries will help students develop life-long relationships with Jesus Christ. This vibrant student leader will be responsible for year-long programming including developing curriculum, planning service, mission and fellowship opportunities, equipping lay-leaders and teaming with parents to guide the spiritual development of students.
Please submit resume to SycamoreFamilyMinistry@gmail.com and complete the online application at: