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We are currently receiving applications for the following open positions:

Facility Services Evening Lead

Helps create excellent ministry environments by serving as the go-to person for team members working the evening shift. Also functions as a hands-on member of the team and performs all tasks associated with the department. This person reports to the Facility Services Manager.



Salaried, 40 hours weekly. 3:00-11:00pm, with weekend services and other times as needed for events.


  • Experience: Minimum 2 years’ experience on the facilities team. Knowledge of general cleaning techniques and basic equipment (vacuum, mop, dry-mop, etc.)
  • Education: High school graduate or equivalent preferred.
  • License/Certification: N/A
  • Specific Abilities: Proven leadership, initiative, prioritizing, problem-solving, team-work, dependability, and communication and people skills. Must be detail oriented and able to work independently but also work well with others. Able to stand for the duration of the shift and routinely lift up to 25 lbs.


Team Lead

  1. Delegate assignments to team members for the evening shift and ensure all set-up orders are completed for both daily and special events.
  2. Check myWC for changes and special requests.
  3. Lead the team in prioritizing tasks and accomplishing them within deadline. Provide encouragement and communicate team goals.
  4. Ensure all cleaning and set-up is accomplished according to established standards.
  5. Respond to situations that arise and handle in a timely, efficient, and courteous manner.
  6. Communicate to the facilities manager any issues related to the evening staff.
  7. Train new evening shift staff in efficiency according to safety and cleanliness standards and provide ongoing training as needed.
  8. Responsible for closing building either personally or via delegation.


  1. Disinfect and clean bathrooms, fill paper towel, toilet paper and soap dispensers as needed.
  2. Maintain cleaning standards in all rooms, auditorium and common areas as assigned.
  3. Vacuum, dry/wet mop floors in assigned area to keep floors free of dirt and debris.
  4. Clean mirrors, glass, light fixtures, vents, furniture, etc in assigned areas.
  5. Collect trash throughout assigned area and dispose of properly. Wash trash containers as necessary to maintain them in a clean and sanitary condition.
  6. Perform spot removal and cleaning of carpet as assigned.
  7. Move and transport furniture and equipment as required to facilitate set-ups.
  8. Operate and maintain cleaning equipment in a safe and sanitary condition. Keep housekeeping utility rooms in a clean, orderly manner.
  9. Carry a radio to facilitate communication and respond immediately.
  10. Perform other duties related to the work of the department as assigned or to meet needs.


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Facility Services Team Member - Evenings

Maintain a clean, organized atmosphere by performing specified housekeeping duties. Set-up and reset rooms. This person reports to the Facility Services Manager and the Assistant Manager during the Manager’s absence; evening team members report to the Evening Lead.



Full time evenings and some weekends.


    • Education: High school diploma or GED required.
    • Experience: Knowledge of general cleaning techniques and basic equipment.
    • License/Certification: Industry certifications preferred.
    • Specific Abilities: Personable, detail and service oriented and self-motivated. Ability to read and carry out written and oral instructions and perform basic math functions. Able to work well under pressure and time constraints.

  1. Vacuum, mop, dust, clean bathrooms, and collect trash throughout the building.
  2. Wash and polish as needed: windows, doors, baseboards, door frames, light switches, hand rails, water fountains, door knobs, and other areas as designated.
  3. Room Set Up and Tear Down: Responsible for setting up tables, chairs and other equipment required in advance of meetings; and clean-up and tear down following meetings and events.
  4. Climate Control: Will be responsible for appropriate climate control for all church services, meetings and events in order to ensure comfort of guests.
  5. Interior and Exterior Lighting: Ensure appropriate lights are turned on for services and meetings and turned off at the conclusion of church services or events. This includes all common areas.
  6. Stock and maintain cleaning supplies throughout the buildings.
  7. Attend regular staff meetings and additional meetings when requested.
  8. Cooperate with the events supervisors and the facilities manager and assistant manager by performing any other duties when asked to do so.

  1. Must be able to be on feet for entire shift. A typical shift can involve walking approximately 5 miles.
  2. Must be able to carry 30lbs or more.
  3. Must be able to squat and lift 50lbs or more.
  4. Must be able to push or pull 50lbs or more.
  5. Must be able to transport tables, chairs and other furniture throughout the building in a timely manner.
  6. Must be able to bend over for long periods of time.
  7. Must be able to climb up and down ladders.
  8. Must be able to clean up bodily fluids (blood, urine, feces, vomit).
  9. Must have the ability to pay close attention to detail; good near and far vision is important.
  10. Must be able to perform repetitive movements without cramping or tiring.
  11. Must be able to work with commercial cleaning products.

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Food Services Team Lead

Serve as a Team Lead to the staff and volunteers of Food Services and Main Street Café under the direction of the Food Services Manager. Support the ministry of Worship Center by providing quality food products and maintaining a safe, efficient, professional, sanitary and profitable kitchen. This person reports to the Food Services Manager.



Part time position, 15-20 hours weekly, with the opportunity for more hours as the need arises. Varied hours include days, evenings, and weekends. Every other Sunday is required.


  • Education: Minimum High School graduate.
  • Experience: One year hospitality/food service experience and one year supervisory experience required.
  • License/Certification: ServSafe Certification.
  • Specific Abilities: Excellent written, oral, and computer skills desired. Applicants must be able to handle a fast paced and changing environment with flexibility.

  1. Maintain a working knowledge of Food Safety Standards and Best Practices, meeting highest standards of workplace sanitation/equipment care and safety as set by Health Department and WC policies. Also ensure staff and volunteers understand and follow the standards by providing ongoing culinary and food production training.
  2. Assign tasks. Assist the manager with overseeing the preparation and production of all café food items and catered events. Ensure highest quality control with plate presentation, monitor efficiency & production, the creation & delivery of attractive food displays, and the execution of events.
  3. Discuss production priorities, suggestions for improvement and new ideas with the manager. Assist with developing menu items and offering local and seasonal specialties for holidays, events and promotions.
  4. Assist in maintaining food cost goals by monitoring waste, proper storage and product handling. (FIFO) Ensure items are labeled, dated, rotated and stored properly.
  5. Provide support to the recruitment and training of volunteers for both the weekday and weekend café, and also catered events.
  6. Provide ongoing coaching and recognition to affirm the team.
  7. Settle cash registers and handle deposits for Main Street and Student Ministries cafés. Deliver the register contents to finance. Prepare registers for weekend by stocking with the proper change.
  8. Maintain role model standards in grooming, professional appearance, communication, and guest services.
  9. Perform other duties as assigned by the Food Services Manager.

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