Mi Casa es Su Casa! Come be part of a team serving the largely Latino neighborhood of Chirilagua (Arlandria) in Alexandria, VA. Casa Chirilagua (casachirilagua.org) is a Christian 501(c)(3) learning to love their neighbors as themselves. Candidates must be fluent in Spanish and English. The Director of Elementary Programs is responsible for the planning and execution of the Kids Club after-school program and Summer Enrichment program.
Are you or anyone you know looking for a summer job?
Camp Highroad is looking for summer kitchen staff to join our team. During the summer you will be an important member of a team of people serving 15 meals to hundreds of children each week at several locations on camp. This is a great opportunity to serve others and gain hands on experience in a fast paced, friendly, exciting and fun environment.
We are looking for someone who can help us with light housekeeping and child care for our 8 and 6 year old girls after our current housekeeper/nanny leaves on maternity at the end of February. The hours are generally from 4:30 to 7:00 p.m., with extended hours some days, with approximately 20 hours per week including Saturday evenings. If interested, please respond to Makiko Harrison at email@example.com, or 202-251-6990. Thank you.
Are you interested in serving Christ through a preschool ministry right across from MBC Tysons?! Providence Baptist Preschool on Route 7 in Tysons is looking for two teacher assistants who will assist teachers in implementing fun, play-based learning experiences, teaching children from the acclaimed "Jesus Storybook Bible", modeling social and behavioral skills, and supporting our students and their families. The hours are from 9-1:30, Tuesday through Friday, each week.
The Senior Accountant is responsible for managing the accounting functions for CLM. This includes but is not limited to: monthly management accounts, statutory reporting and budgets, detailed analyses in various accounting functions such as monthly financial statement analysis, detailed account analyses, audit compliance, global initiatives, and special projects. This role is responsible for performing complex accounting tasks including accounts payable, cost accounting, fixed assets, cash flow and the like.
The Moppets program at MPC is looking for loving teachers. We meet the first and third Thursday of every month from 9:00 am to 11:45 at the church. Please contact Katie Tipton if interested at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Project Director Job Description
The NAE Project Director is a full-time exempt professional position. The Project Director leads NAE participation in the Lilly Endowment Initiative to Address Economic Challenges Facing Pastoral Leaders.
Qualifications and responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:
• Personal faith in Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord
• Agreement to and affirmation of the NAE Statement of Faith (available at NAE.net)
• Member of the National Association of Evangelicals
• Regular attendance at an evangelical church
The American Studies Program (ASP) invites applications for a faculty member in strategic communication to join the ASP team beginning the fall 2016 term. This faculty member would lead the strategic communication track available to undergraduates of the member institutions of the Council for Christian Colleges & Universities (CCCU), by developing, instructing, mentoring, and evaluating students in two strategic communication courses and one internship course (12 credit hours total).
The Council for Christian Colleges & Universities (CCCU) seeks a data manager responsible for managing the lifeblood of its association: our membership data. We are looking for an energetic person with an analytical mind who is excited to be part of a collaborative and dynamic team supporting the international cause of Christian higher education. CCCU currently uses iMIS 15 for its membership database and is in the midst of transitioning to iMIS 20.
The Trinity Forum (TTF) is offering competitive openings for highly substantive spring and summer internships/fellowships. Internships are paid and offer candidates an extraordinary opportunity for experience in non-profit strategy and operations. We especially seek candidates with skills in one or more of the following areas: web/print design, marketing, fundraising/development, database management, writing, and research. Interns will work alongside staff on essential projects and have the opportunity to see the results of their work incorporated into the operations of the Trinity Forum.