Job Opportunities

Job
Opportunities

WE ARE A TEAM ON MISSION TOGETHER.

Hope Church exists to connect people to live the life of a Jesus follower. And God has given us an incredible staff team of leaders who desire to accomplish that mission together. This is more than simply a job, it is an opportunity to step into the stream of God’s activity in Las Vegas, the West, and the World.

We are currently looking for Jesus followers to join our staff team and be a part of what the Lord is doing in and through Hope Church. If you feel led to pursue a staff position at Hope Church, please review the openings listed below and fill out the online application.

Current Opportunities

Hope Christian Preschool & jr. Kindergarten | Sub Teacher (Part-Time)

 

Requirements:

Minimum, two years experience working with young children

 

Ability to:

  • Develop and implement weekly lesson plans
  • Lead a classroom assistant
  • Communicate with classroom parents regularly
  • Obtain Childcare Licensing Sherriff’s Card background check
  • Obtain First Aid CPR Certification
  • Obtain Negative Tuberculin skin test
  • Secure Nevada Registry Membership

 

Qualifications:

  • Member of Hope Church
  • Understanding of appropriate development for ages 2 through 6.

 

Please submit current resume including two previous employment references to [email protected]

Admin Assistant to Lead Pastor of Connection and Community

The Admin for Connection and Community helps support the overall Connection and Community ministry. This support includes maintaining and managing the organization of events, groups, gatherings and contacts. This is primarily a support staff position that is foundational to the integrity of the ministry. They help people take their next steps, making sure that no one falls through the cracks that desires to connect into community.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Ultimately, the job of the Admin of the Lead Pastor of Connection and Community is help execute the vision of the Lead Pastor of Connection and Community.  This includes:

  • Assist Lead Pastor of Connection & the Connection and Community Staff with day-to-day office tasks, including but not limited to scheduling appointments, sending out correspondence, taking calls, receiving visitors to the church, and making necessary travel arrangements.
  • Serve as liaison between other ministry areas.
  • Complete F1 Champion certification and attend all Champion team meetings.
  • Facilitate F1 training for all new C&C team members and maintain volunteer log.
  • Manage budget lines for C&C and ‘assimilation’. Submitting monthly budget requests based on event needs. Reconcile procurement card transactions in Abacus, submit reimbursements, and make check requests for necessary vendors as needed.
  • Create registration links, confirmation emails, and ministry assignments in F1 for each event.
  • Run necessary reports in F1 for event attendance, web submissions, and people queries.
  • Coordinate with the marketing team to maintain accurate information on the website, schedule advertisements through the Weekly and video announcements, and develop other materials. Update the C&C Instagram and FB.
  • Input requests for event and meeting spaces through Planning Center.
  • Attend monthly meetings to go over calendar and facility requests with the ministry development team. Provide the guest services team with up-to-date C&C information print-out.
  • Assist with setting up for events – including recruiting volunteers, setting up check-in, and overseeing general environment.
  • Maintain and create necessary people lists in F1.
  • Manage C&C TEAMS folders with all our forms, templates, and information.
  • Evaluate the processes that are helping people connect into community.
  • Assist the Lead Pastor in all church projects that relate to our mission as a church.

 

SKILLS REQUIRED:

  • Able to multi task and manage multiple events at one time.
  • Detail orientated with passion to complete tasks.
  • Enjoys community and building relationships with people.
  • Ability to relate to others well and work with teams.
  • Good collaborator with volunteers and strong interpersonal skills.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Suite programs: Excel, Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, and Teams.
  • Strong written and verbal skills
  • Budget experience
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Event experience
  • Organization and time management
  • Ability to work independently and in a team setting
  • Phone etiquette

The Lovewell Program Coordinator

The Lovewell Program coordinator oversees all day-to-day activity when the Lovewell is open, including volunteer scheduling, stocking and inventory of food and building supplies. This individual is an expert in all things related to care management, including assistance with obtaining ID’s and government documents, housing, and connecting people to resources. The position collaborates with the Lovewell Director on scheduling classes and recruitment of teacher volunteers and Community Partnerships.

Social Work degree or job experience preferred. 

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Lovewell Operations Assistance:
Provide support with the day-to-day operations of The Lovewell Center.

  • “Running” The Lovewell Center when open
  • Supervise volunteers
  • Donation & Renesting pick-ups & drop-off
  • Oversee & Stock Lovewell Stores
  • Stock building supplies
Lovewell Class Management
Coordinate and oversee Lovewell Classes
  • Curriculum research & development
  • Scheduling semester classes
  • Recruitment & communication with Lovewell teachers

Lovewell Member Relations
Connect individuals experiencing homelessness to the resources and opportunities within The Lovewell Center.
  • Care Management
  • General Assistance (ID’s, basic needs, etc.)
  • Lovewell Phone Line
  • Bridge Housing

Community Engagement
Provide awareness of area agencies and organizations.
  • Creating & maintaining Community Partnerships
  • Housing Tracking System
  • Maintaining Resource Database
  • Government Assistance & Housing

Admin Assistant to the Lead Pastor of Mobilization and Sending

POSITION SUMMARY

The Administrative Assistant to the Lead Pastor of Mobilization and Sending and Director of Church Planter Care is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day needs of the Lead Pastor and Director– protect their integrity, screen immediate and future interruptions, schedule appointments, handle mass correspondence, ascertain travel arrangements, accumulate and submit financial reports, prepare training materials, communicate with The HUB Directors, and church planters, and work with other admins to complete other tasks as needed.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

• Maintain digital informational and financial records and calendars for the Mobilization and Sending Team.
• Connect with individuals desiring information on The Hub, Church Planting and any other information pertaining to mobilizing and sending through phone, email and in-person communication.
• Produce individual and bulk emails/spreadsheets/documents for the Mobilization and Sending and Church Planting Team.
• Manage and schedule calendars and appointments.
• Preform financial tasks as a support for ministry leaders that include reconciliations, reimbursements, and budgets.
• Assist in organizing and running various events and meetings with excellence.
• Coordinate travel plans for the Mobilization and Sending Team.
• Preform other duties as assigned.

SKILLS REQUIRED:

● Proficiency in general computer skills and Microsoft programs: Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Teams and Outlook.
● Ability to multi-task and manage multiple events at one time.
● Detail orientated with a passion to complete tasks with excellence.
● Strong interpersonal skills.
● Strong written and verbal skills.
● Ability to manage financial budgets and reconciliations.
● Phone etiquette that is warm and welcoming.
● Ability to organize events and meetings.

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