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We are currently receiving applications for the following open positions:

Facility Services Team Member
Summary

Helps create excellent ministry environments through maintaining a clean, organized atmosphere by performing specified housekeeping duties. This position supports ministry events and gatherings by setting up and preparing each environment according to the needs of the ministry. This person reports to the Team Lead and the Facility Services Manager.

 

SCHEDULE

Full time, 40 hours weekly, evenings and weekends.

 

EXPERIENCE and ABILITIES
  • Education: High school diploma or GED required.
  • Experience: Knowledge of general cleaning techniques and basic equipment.
  • 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. Must be able to operate cleaing equipment safely. Must be able to work the entire shift in a fast-paced, high-energy environment, able to lift 50 lbs, and have full mobility.

WHAT THIS PERSON DOES

  1. Represent Worship Center in a warm, welcoming manner by demonstrating great customer experience to everyone who enters the building. Enjoy interacting with our guests and assist them however needed.
  2. Keep and maintain clean facilities according to the department task sheet through daily cleaning activities including, but not limited to: cleaning and sanitizing all surfaces, vacuuming and cleaning carpets and floors, disposing of trash, arranging furniture, and restocking paper and soap products.
  3. Room Set Up & 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 & 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. Connect with Ministry Leader or event coordinator prior to each event to ensure all their needs are met.
  8. Attend regular staff meetings and additional meetings when requested.
  9. Any other task assigned by the Team Lead or Facilities Manager.

TO APPLY

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Audio Engineer
Summary

The Audio Engineer is responsible for serving Worship Center church body and staff by ensuring excellent audio is presented both personally and by a well-trained volunteer team for onsite and online services, meetings, and special events. The person reports to the Service Producer.

 

SCHEDULE

Full-time salaried position. Typical schedule is Sunday through Thursday. The position requires flexible hours and will include nights and weekends.

 

EXPERIENCE and ABILITIES
  • Education: High school and degree in music/event production or equivalent knowledge through work experience required.
  • Experience: Five years live audio mixing in large venues. Familiarity with DiGiCo infrastructure, including show files, patching, & routing. Experience using SMAART and Lake processing for speaker management. Experience using Waves software and plug-ins in a live and ProTools environment. Basic understanding of electricity, audio physics, and audio networking.
  • License/Certification: Industry certifications preferred.
  • Specific Abilities: Ability to function independently with good time management. Must possess excellent interpersonal skills to interact effectively with volunteers, team members and staff. Organized with the ability to be flexible and multitask, remaining calm in high-stress situations. Utilize good judgment and problem-solving skills; a self-motivator; is eager to learn and grow; is dependable and detailed; possesses project management skills.

WHAT THIS PERSON DOES

      1. Establishes & maintains the standard of excellence for Worship Center onsite & online service audio while providing direction and vision for current and future audio needs. 
      2. Responsible for recruiting, training, scheduling, and developing audio volunteers.
      3. Mix audio for onsite and online services, be present for worship times in the main auditorium, including weekends and TLR, and provide audio support for other requests as scheduled.
      4. Regularly meet with the Music Director & Producer and Worship Leaders to collaborate on audio needs.
      5. Responsible for audio setup in the Main Auditorium for services, special events, and meetings. This includes cabling, patching, and worship team in-ear & mic prep.
      6. Coordinates with the AVL Systems Support Manager to ensure that preventive maintenance, service, and repair of audio systems is taking place throughout the facility. 
      7. Work with AVL Systems Support manager to plan for audio equipment, upgrades and to create an audio fiscal budget.
      8. Collaborates with the Video Director to ensure audio for video meets the standards set for both produced and live video content.
      9. Work with AVL team members on all projects, stage changes, and events as scheduled.
      10. Complete projects and perform other duties as assigned.

TO APPLY

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Student Ministry - 5th and 6th Grade Leader
Summary

Provide oversight to Worship Center’s 5th and 6th grade students. Create and provide team-led, multi-tiered discipleship ministry for students at Worship Center in grades 5-6. Develop a team that is multi-generational to serve our students, helping them discover their purpose in Christ. This person reports to the High School Pastor.

 

SCHEDULE

32-hour salaried position, Sunday through Thursday. Includes Sunday mornings, Wednesday evenings, and other times for meetings, activities, and retreats.

 

EXPERIENCE and ABILITIES
  • Education: Some Bible College/ Seminary courses in youth ministry preferred.
  • Experience: Experience: Must possess prior experience in leading youth-oriented programs and curriculum and have a proven track record of positive teen interactions and have a history of good interactions with parents of pre-teens. Experience in a large church setting is preferred.
  • License/Certification: Open to work toward becoming a licensed pastor.
  • Specific Abilities: Comfortable with handling various student issues and communicating possible concerns to parents. Effective team player attitude that cooperates with various Worship Center departments. Commitment to leading 5th and 6th grade students to become more like Jesus in tangible, meaningful, and measurable ways.

WHAT THIS PERSON DOES

            1. Continue to cultivate a culture where 5th and 6th grade students Belong, Believe and Bring their friends.
              • Belong- All students belong at Route 56 regardless of family, culture, belief, or experience.
              • Believe- All students are drawn deeper in their faith and discipleship the longer they are a part of student ministry at Worship Center.
              • Bring Their Friends- All students reach a point where they are compelled to bring their friends so that they may become part of the cycle of belonging, believing, and bringing their friends.
            2. Continue to develop and steward a philosophy of ministry which encourages students to Grow, Serve and Be More Like Jesus.
              • Present the Word of God in a clear and relevant manner that values discipleship over entertainment. Curriculum for both in person and online experiences, will be in line with what is developed by the student ministry team.
              • Provide regular opportunities for students to be involved in serving at Worship Center and in our community.
              • Encourage students regularly to become more like Jesus in their words, actions and character.
            3. Develop and pursue close partnerships with families.
            4. Develop special events, activities and retreats for our 5th and 6th graders. We are looking to invest the most possible time with our youngest students so that we can establish relationships with leaders early on in student ministry.
            5. Prepare schedule and budget with the student ministry team for each ministry season (activities, retreats, etc.)
            6. Weekly Sunday morning preparation: sermon, activities, and schedule, presence on Wednesday night student ministries to help with transitioning 6th graders to 7th and 8th grade ministry.
            7. Develop and disciple a highly functioning multi-generational team of leaders.
            8. Pastoral care to students and families through hospital and home visitation and providing referrals for counseling services when needed.
            9. Other duties as assigned.

TO APPLY

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Food Services Team Lead
Summary

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.

 

SCHEDULE

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.

 

EXPERIENCE and ABILITIES
  • 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.

WHAT THIS PERSON DOES

  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.

TO APPLY

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Student Ministry Assistant
Summary

This role carries both relational ministry responsibilities as well as a significant amount of administrative support to Student Ministry overall. This person reports to the Student Ministry Leader.

 

SCHEDULE

Part-time, based on 24 hours weekly. Weekday office hours and some Sunday mornings and Wednesday evenings will be required to support the ministry gatherings.

 

EXPERIENCE and ABILITIES
  • Education: Some post-high school education is preferred.
  • Experience: A proven track record of positive student and parent interactions is preferred.
  • License/Certification: Valid PA driver’s license
  • Specific Abilities: Excellent computer, administrative, and interpersonal skills. Ability to communicate to students in small and large group settings. Team player attitude that cooperates with various WC departments. Heart to see students grow in their relationship with Jesus.

WHAT THIS PERSON DOES

Be an active part of cultivating a culture where 5th - 12th-grade students Belong, Believe, and Bring their friends. Actively support a philosophy of ministry which encourages students to Grow, Serve and Be More Like Jesus.

Office/Ministry
  1. Fill in for Ministry Leaders across student ministry if needed.
  2. Maintain MyWC Database: attendance, room reservations, resources, student profiles, calendar, and event registration.
  3. Submit ministry leaders’ credit card receipts and bills to finance.
  4. Service implementation by maintaining Planning Center, our event management software, and communicating with guest speakers if needed.
  5. Maintain and facilitate the process queue for new students.
  6. Maintain and facilitate the process queue for new student ministry team members.
  7. Maintain the Student Ministry Team calendar.
  8. Be involved in brainstorming and implementing new ideas and approaches across student ministry.
  9. Other duties as assigned.
Retreats/Special Events
  1. Responsible for all the associated logistics for student ministry events in Route 56, and Converge, (registration, forms, attendance, timeliness, meals, lodging, transportation)
  2. Attend retreats and events as requested.
Communication
  1. Send out regular ministry communication to families and team members as requested.
Social Media
  1. Helps to plan, create, and execute weekly digital media content which may include Instagram, Facebook, Canva, Youtube, and the church website.

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