Job Opportunities

Associate Financial Representative 19 Jul

Will start part time and expand to full time over nine-month period The Dooley team is currently seeking a highly motivated and detail-oriented individual with strong skills in administration, communication and marketing. About Us: Kevin Dooley is a financial representative for Northwestern Mutual. Integrity, faith, and care are what drives us as a team. Our clients are treated as family and we have a high expectation for the same mindset for this position. Responsibilities entail: • Work flow assistant for insurance client management & task expeditor • Work flow assistant for investment client management & task expeditor • Responding to client’s emails and voicemails • Maintaining Kevin’s calendar and scheduling appointments with clients • Completing high volume of dials a week • Planning and executing marketing events for top clients • Networking at organization events • Cold calling prospective clients to set up meetings with Kevin • Maintaining Kevin’s website and keeping abreast of new marketing updates • Tracking and updating information after each dial into CRM (our system) • Preparing and gathering needed documents for Kevin’s meeting with clients/prospects- insurance/investment reports and referral reports

Qualifications: Required for Interview- Long term commitment in St. Louis • Experience in administration support or customer service, preferably in the financial services • Collaborative team player with the confidence to take the lead in responsibilities underneath Kevin’s direction. • Ability to take feedback • Excellent oral and written communication skills • Demonstrated organizational and time management skills and ability to multitask, set priorities and meet deadlines • Strong attention to detail with the ability to work with a high degree of accuracy • Ability to proactively identify what needs to be accomplished and take action as appropriate • Ability to embrace change and work in a fast-paced environment • Familiarity with Microsoft Office and Excel preferred

25 hours starting and expanding to 40 hours.

PAY: TBD based on experience.

CONTACT: Samantha Owens Johnson, Northwestern Mutual 424 S WoodsMill Rd Chesterfield, MO 63017

PHONE: 314-495-4198

EMAIL: samantha.owens@nm.com

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(1) Office/Clerical (Secretarial Office Support)
(2) Physical Work ( Lawn Mowing, Maintenance, Housekeeping)
(3) Ministry (Local Paid Full/Part time opportunities)
(4) Professional (Positions with specific qualifications)
(5) Child/Elderly Care (Babysitting, Nanny, Handicapped, Elderly)
(6) Other/General

(1) Office/Clerical (Secretarial office support)  

Library Assistant 5 Jul

The Covenant Seminary Library is hiring Library Assistants for the coming academic year. Primary Duties: • Check books in and out, process renewals, and attend to other front-desk transactions • Answer questions about the Library’s policies and services (in-person or over the phone) • Help fellow students use the Library’s research tools and resources • Open and close the library building • Maintain a clean, friendly, and welcoming learning environment • Assist with special projects as assigned Requirements: • Enrolled student or spouse of an enrolled student • Dedication to the mission of the Seminary • Desire to advance and improve library service • Excellent customer service skills and professional behavior • Clear communication • Follows policy and consistently performs established procedures • Alert and observant with a careful attention to detail • Physically able to reach objects on shelving at various heights and to lift a box of books Preferred Qualifications: • Previous library experience Working Environment: • 10 hours per week, including evening hours and occasional Saturday hours • Public position in high-traffic area To apply, submit a cover letter and résumé to library@covenantseminary.edu. Applications must be received by July 29.

Administrative Assistant 20 Jun

Busy office looking for Part-Time Administrative Assistant. Job Description include but not limited to: Heavy data entry Proficient in QB all aspects of QB Knowledgeable in Outlook Proficient in Word/Excel Able to multi task Attention to detail Answering the phones and directing calls/take messages etc.. Filing, copying, faxing, scanning etc.. Quoting and follow up Invoicing and follow up Assist within all departments We look forward to reading from you!

Qualifications: Basic knowledge of business operation. Understanding of principles of management. Strong interpersonal and relationship building skills. Excellent leadership abilities. Strong organization and planning skills. Excellent supervisory and administrative abilities. Responsible and mature.

Pay: $14 per hour

Contact: Leonardo Antinoro leornardsofficemail@consultinggroupinc.net

Location: Swiftlink
600 Emerson Rd, Saint Louis, MO 63141

Administrative Assistant 14 Jun

Summary Under the supervision of the Executive Director, the administrative assistant will perform duties of an administrative and supportive nature while maintaining and promoting a positive working relationship with the staff. Duties and Tasks -Answer the main phone line during office hours, and return messages received outside these times. -Perform intake assessments for new clients. -Reconcile money received from daily counseling appointments. -Prepare and make bank deposits. -Submit client appointments to insurance and follow up on submissions as needed. -Maintain mailing list. -Send out monthly bills to all third party payers and outstanding client accounts. -Clerical duties as assigned, including processing new client paperwork, insurance data, etc. -Develop office procedures and facilitate effective communication of these among staff.

Qualifications: Requirements -15-20 office hours per week. -Schedule is flexible, but consistency is a must. -Bachelor’s degree or higher -Highly organized -Self-motivated -Must communicate professionally, respectfully, efficiently. -Knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel. Experience with Pages or Publisher a plus. -Ability to work with client/bank accounts, numbers/money. -Accounting/bookkeeping experience not necessary, but a plus. -Creative, resourceful, problem solver and team player. -Ability to maintain high levels of confidentiality.

Hours: Monday – Friday
Pay: Starting pay is $10 per hour
Contact: Lianne Johnson lianne@avenuescounselingcenter.org or 314-443-4069

Avenues Counseling
1612 S. Big Bend Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63117
http://avenuescounselingcenter.org/

Capital Campaign Coordinator 14 Jun

Position Summary
The Capital Campaign Coordinator is a key position within the Development Office that will support and strengthen Covenant Seminary’s current Hope for the Future capital campaign throughout the duration of the campaign. The Coordinator will provide support and leadership in travel coordination, campaign communications, pledge documentation, event planning, and donor relations, among other development-related activities. The Coordinator will help to move the capital campaign from its current initial phase into its public phase and celebrate it upon completion.
Candidates with both part- and full-time availability will be considered; cover letters must include an indication of availability.
Requirements:
• Must have a bachelor’s degree.
• Should be detail oriented, adaptable, organized, and self-motivated.
MS Office proficiency and Adobe InDesign experience preferred.
• Excellent communications skills, both written and verbal, are necessary.
• A Covenant Seminary graduate, student, or community member is preferred.
Please send cover letters and resumes to humanresources@covenantseminary.edu. Applications will be accepted until June 19, with priority given to applications in the order in which they are received.

Stephen Ministries—Accounting and Administrative Support 22 May

Full and part-time accounting opportunities are available for bright, hardworking, personable and technologically competent individuals. Work with other dedicated, intelligent, and mission-oriented people, handling G/L, A/P, and A/R functions. Position also involves answering calls, providing customer support and other administrative responsibilities for this stable, well-respected not-for-profit religious training and publishing organization in St. Louis County. Candidates may have opportunities to work in other areas of the organization, according to their gifts and qualifications and the needs of the organization. Travel to select ministry and training events is a possibility. Employees of this organization enjoy good pay and benefits (medical, dental, and 401(k)), a great Christian mission, and a wonderful group of kind, committed coworkers. This is an opportunity to grow in skills and contribute to significant, meaningful work.

Successful candidates: • Exhibit excellent accounting and data entry skills using a computerized system. • Are kind, assertive, team-oriented self-starters with a strong ability to multi-task. • Demonstrate strong interpersonal and communication skills and are able to represent the organization well to both vendors and customers. Experience with MAS software, Crystal Reports, and FRx reports is a plus. A college degree in related field is required.

To apply, submit a resume and cover letter to 2045 Innerbelt Business Center Dr., St. Louis, MO 63114. You may also fax your resume to (314) 428-7888. Email submissions not accepted. Please include academic information, including grades and test scores at all levels. For more information visit www.stephenministries.org/careers or call us at 314-428-2600.

Stephen Ministries—Information Technology Assistant 22 May

Full and part-time opportunities are available for bright, hardworking, personable individuals who have an aptitude for working with computers and the desire to learn skills in working with computer hardware, software, networks, and other technology. Work with other dedicated, intelligent, and mission-oriented individuals in this stable, well-respected, not-for-profit religious training and publishing organization in St. Louis County. Candidates may have opportunities to work in other areas of the organization, according to their gifts and qualifications and the needs of the organization. Travel to select ministry and training events to provide technical support of presentations is a possibility. Employees of this organization enjoy good pay and benefits (medical, dental, and 401(k)), a great Christian mission, and a wonderful group of kind, committed coworkers. This is a great opportunity to grow in skills and contribute to significant, meaningful work.

Successful candidates: • Exhibit strong troubleshooting skills, particularly with the Microsoft Windows operating system and the Microsoft Office suite. • Demonstrate strong interpersonal and communication skills and are able to represent the organization well to both vendors and customers. Helpful, but not required, is experience in one or more of the following areas: troubleshooting and repairing computer hardware; working with an Active Directory network running Microsoft Exchange; setting up and troubleshooting network printers; and configuring wireless networks. A four-year college degree is required, not necessarily in a technology-related field.

To apply, submit a resume and cover letter to 2045 Innerbelt Business Center Dr., St. Louis, MO 63114. You may also fax your resume to (314) 428-7888. Email submissions not accepted. Please include academic information, including grades and test scores at all levels. For more information, visit www.stephenministries.org/careers or call us at 314-428-2600.

Stephen Ministries—Ministry and Administrative Support 22 May

Full and part-time opportunities are available for bright, hardworking, personable and technologically competent individuals. Work with other dedicated, intelligent, and mission-oriented individuals, answering calls, providing strong customer support and information, and selling materials and services for this stable, well-respected not-for-profit religious training and publishing organization in St. Louis County. Candidates may have opportunities to work in other areas of the organization, according to their gifts and qualifications and the needs of the organization. Travel to select ministry and training events is a possibility. Employees of this organization enjoy good pay and benefits (medical, dental, and 401(k)), a great Christian mission, and a wonderful group of kind, committed coworkers. This is an opportunity to grow in skills and contribute to significant, meaningful work.

Successful candidates: • Exhibit strong skills in customer care, data entry, oral and written communication and handling multiple tasks at once. • Are kind, assertive, team-oriented self-starters with the ability to learn quickly our multi-line IP phone system, our products and services, and a variety of computerized systems that we use in our work. • Demonstrate strong interpersonal and communication skills and are able to represent the organization well to both vendors and customers. A four-year college degree is required.

To apply, submit a resume and cover letter to 2045 Innerbelt Business Center Dr., St. Louis, MO 63114. You may also fax your resume to (314) 428-7888. Email submissions not accepted. Please include academic information, including grades and test scores at all levels. For more information visit www.stephenministries.org/careers or call us at 314-428-2600.

Stephen Ministries—Operations Support Staff 22 May

Full and part-time opportunities are available for bright, hardworking, personable individuals who enjoy serving “behind-the-scenes”. Work with other dedicated, intelligent, and mission-oriented individuals, shipping customer orders, assembling mailings, providing customer support and other administrative responsibilities for this stable, well-respected not-for-profit religious training and publishing organization in St. Louis County. Candidates may have opportunities to work in other areas of the organization, according to their gifts, their qualifications, and the needs of the organization. Travel to select ministry and training events is a possibility. Employees of this organization enjoy good pay and benefits (medical, dental, and 401(k)), a great Christian mission, and a wonderful group of kind, committed coworkers. This is an opportunity to grow in skills and contribute to significant, meaningful work.

Successful candidates: • Exhibit excellent organizational skills, strong attention to detail, good computer skills, and can handle multiple tasks at once • Demonstrate strong interpersonal and communication skills and are able to represent the organization well to both customers and vendors • Are kind, assertive, team-oriented self-starters, who are quick learners and able to apply what they learn to a dynamic work environment A four-year college degree is preferred.

To apply, submit a resume and cover letter to 2045 Innerbelt Business Center Dr., St. Louis, MO 63114. You may also fax your resume to (314) 428-7888. Email submissions are not accepted. Please include academic information, including grades and test scores at all levels. For more information visit www.stephenministries.org/careers or call us at 314-428-2600.

Ministry Assistant, Various Ministries (Full-time) at Central Presbyterian Church 16 May

Ministry Assistant, Various Ministries (Full-time)

Seeking a highly organized candidate with administrative skills to provide support to several different ministry areas. Primary responsibilities include supporting the Director of Music with weekly music and worship production requirements and concert series support; event coordination for various ministry events; database entry and coordination; and other general support functions as time permits. This new team member will work during normal business hours, Monday – Friday. For more information or to submit expressions of interest, please send an email to Tim Page at tpage@centralpres.com or 314-727-2777

7700 Davis Drive
Clayton, MO 63105
http://www.centralpres.com/

(2) Physical Work (Lawn mowing/maintenance/housekeeping)  

Part Time Custodian 18 Jul

Westminster Christian Academy is currently seeking a Part-time Custodian to join our Facilities team. Founded in 1976 as an independent, coeducational school, Westminster Christian Academy provides a comprehensive college preparatory program for 1,015 students in grades 7 through 12. The school is located in suburban St. Louis County, Missouri, on a 70-acre campus, 20 minutes from downtown St. Louis. Westminster Christian Academy honors Jesus Christ by providing an excellent education, rooted in biblical truth at interpreted by the Westminster Confession of Faith, for the children of Christian parents. Faculty and staff enable students to discover and embrace a biblical view of the world and integrate that view into every area of life. The Custodian role is an entry-level position. The work hours for this position will occur in the late afternoon and evening. The physical requirements of the position are: – Frequent lifting of 20+ pounds; occasional lifting of 40+ pounds – Standing and/or walking for the majority of the shift – Occasionally moving heavy furniture and boxes – Frequently bending in order to clean up trash from floors To apply, please follow the link to complete our Employment Application: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/YMP5KZB

Pay: $10/hour
Contact: MeghanGoessling
mgoessling@wcastl.org
314-997-2900

https://wcastl.org/employment/

Assistant Painter 17 Jul

Loading and unloading equipment, prep work, painting with brush and roller.

Qualifications: Must be good with your hands. minimal painting experience needed.

Hours: Can be flexible with hours. During summer up to 35 hours. During school year 8-16. will vary.

Pay: $11/hour

Contact: Paul DuBois, MSCpainting@att.net, 314.706.3789

Housework/Yard work 11 Jul

Busy family needs help during the months of July and August getting our flower beds cleaned up and our house put in order. Touch up painting, help organize, general house and garden work.

Qualifications: No qualifications or experience needed, but sense of humor an absolute must! It also helps if you like kids.

Hours: Hours flexible. We can plan around your schedule.

Pay: $10/hour

Contact: Sara Hamm, hammpartyofsix@gmail.com, 314.299.5876

Carpenter Helper 28 Jun

Remodeling company in need of helper to do demo -building walls -drywall -cabinet setting -tile setting -painting.

Qualifications: Must have knowledge of hand tools power tools and some prior training home improvements.

Hours: Weekdays 8-5 some Saturdays

Pay: $12-15 per hour

Contact: Bryan Stabile brycoservice@yahoo.com or 314.308.1958

Grounds Worker – Immediate Opening – 20 hours per week 22 Jun

Great way to pick up some hours during summer classes, and it’s conveniently located on-campus. Seasonal employment will begin immediately and continue through August 2017, Mondays – Fridays. Reduced hours may be available during school semesters (12-15 hours / week).

Here’s what you’ll do:
Among other things, you will mow lawns, line-trim, and weed / clean mulched areas.

Minimally you will have previous experience:
Mowing, line-trimming, and weeding.

It would be awesome if you can:
Operate a zero-turn lawnmower, chain saw, and manual transmission vehicle.

Why wait?
Send your resume to Jason Carmichael today at jason.carmichael@covenantseminary.edu.
Resume not ready? No problem. Send me an email to let me know you want to be considered.

A background check and driving record report will be required for this position.

Evening Cleaning Crew 21 Jun

Do you like to keep things clean and tidy? If so, the Kirk of the Hills (PCA) Evening Cleaning Crew may have a place for you! Beginning in mid-August, the Kirk Day School areas of the church are cleaned each school day. We are looking for part-time employees who can work weekday evenings. Scheduling can be flexible to meet your schedule. Please contact Rob Carpenter at 314.392.4704 to learn more about this excellent opportunity.

the Kirk of the Hills
12928 Ladue Road St. Louis, MO 63141
http://www.thekirk.org/

(3) Ministry (Local paid full/part time opportunities)  

Youth Worker (part time assistant) 6 Jul

Youth worker to assist Pastor in teen ministry (7th-12th grades) on Friday evenings.

Qualifications: Christian, experience with teens, outgoing and showing love for young people. Open to all male and female interested persons. We are an independent Church ministry just 10 minutes from CTS.

Hours: Friday evenings with Youth Group.

Pay: $100. per Friday evening service

Contact: Mark Manning mark_manning@charter.net or 314-346-7210

410 Gillham Ct, Ballwin, MO, 63021
http://slccc.org/English/

Children’s Ministry 3 Jul

We are an EPC church plant in St. Charles, MO (15 minutes from the seminary) seeking someone to shape the vision for our children’s ministry. We have 20 or so kids and the majority of new people coming to the church have young kids. The kids currently coming range in age from 6 months-11yo. We need help designing the space so that it is inviting and fun. We need help organizing a check-in system. We need help organizing volunteers. We need help altering curriculum. I guess we just need a lot of help!

Hours: 10 hours per week

Pay: $12/hr

Contact: rivercitychurch3@gmail.com

https://www.facebook.com/myrivercitychurch/

Director of Next Generation Ministries 27 Jun

Crossroads Presbyterian Church is looking for a part-time Director of Next Generation Ministries (Next Gent)
to help us disciple the next children, students, and their families.

About the Church
Crossroads seeks to be nourished by the Gospel, so that we will embrace our neighbors, engage the nations, and
equip the next generation
The East campus of Crossroads is located in the heart of Maplewood, with a long history of influence and
connections in the community. We value fellowship and have become a church of deep relationships. We value
God’s Word and seek to grow as disciples of Jesus in light of His mission. We also value families and are
intentional in partnering with them to disciple the next generation. We are looking for a leader to join our team

About the Position
With the recent calling of Pastor Todd Denholm to the East Campus of Crossroads, the church is poised for
growth and strategic alignment. This opportunity offers the chance to partner with church leadership, grow as a
disciple and minister of the Gospel, and to help build a strategic and lasting ministry to the children and students
at Crossroads. It is a gracious work environment, where everyone is in process together as they recognize their
need to continue growing. You are expected to lead, but doing so as part of a collaborative, aligned team. The
role is supervisory over all children and student ministries, but a “boots-on-the-ground” emphasis with the
Student Ministry.

The primary function of the Next Gen Director is to lead Crossroads East in the discipleship of our children and
students.
The primary responsibilities are to:
- connect with students and their families through contact ministry and creative communication
- grow and equip the volunteer team of our children and student ministries
- oversee all Next Gen programming, which includes curriculum for weekly Sunday School and a bi-monthly
Student Ministry large group, which is in partnership with Crossroads West.
25 hours/week
Salaried: $19,305
Reports to Sr. Pastor (meets weekly)

Qualifications
A heart to the reach the next generation of disciples.
A self-starter who values collaboration and fellowship.
Comfortable teaching in a large group setting.
Experience in Student Ministry preferred, but not required
To apply, please send a brief cover letter, resume, and any personality assessments you have taken (okay if you
have not) to jeremy@caspianstable.com.

Director of Youth Ministry 8 Jun

The Director of Youth Ministry is charged with 1) planning, conducting and overseeing the ministry to Trinity’s Junior and Senior High students, 2) doing so in accord with biblical truth and alignment with the Westminster Confession of Faith, 3) connecting the youth ministry to the parents of youth, 4) connecting the youth ministry to the overall ministry structure of Trinity Church.

1. Must resonate with the Reformed Faith and be ordainable in the PCA 2. Must have a heart for youth ministry 3. Must demonstrate natural abilities to connect with and communicate to youth 4. Must be an effective and authentic communicator of core gospel truths 5. Must possess basic administrative and technology/social media skills 6. Must enjoy recruiting and shaping both parent and non-parent volunteers 7. Must be open to remaining with Trinity for at least 3 years 8. Must be teachable and adaptable to a new ministry environment

Hours: Flexible for Full or Part Time
Pay: TBD
Contact: Chris Polski polskichris@gmail.com or 314-821-7311
1110 South Glenwood Lane
https://trinitychurchkirkwood.org/

Men’s Sexual Integrity Ministry Coordinator 5 Jun

FirstLight’s Men’s Sexual Integrity Ministry (MSI) helps men who have compulsive patterns of sexual sin in pursuing a deeper relationship with Jesus, sexual purity, and reconciliation in relationships. The MSI Coordinator will work under the guidance of the executive director to provide support groups for men in the ministry. The MSI Coordinator may also be asked to publicly teach about sexual discipleship, submit articles, and meet with men individually. Tasks 1. Facilitate Support Groups in accordance with the model of FirstLight. The MSI-Coordinator may be asked to facilitate anywhere from 3-5 groups per week. Groups are two hours. Most groups meet at night. The curriculum and philosophy of group is developed by the director. 2. Meet individually with director weekly to discuss participant needs, group dynamics, and ministry goals. 3. Participate in monthly prayer meetings for FirstLight Ministries. 4. Occasionally teach on pornography addiction, biblical sexuality, or other relevant topics for church groups. Submit articles for use in FirstLight newsletters and blogs. 5. When needed by the executive director, meet with group participants individually for intake and review meetings. 6. When requested, engage with FirstLight’s Development Team to help supporters learn about the ministry.

Qualifications:
The MSI-Coordinator must be a professing Christian and live in accordance with FirstLight’s beliefs regarding sexual ethics. He must be a member in good standing of an Evangelical Christian church. He must have experience in teaching others in the Christian faith. Candidates should possess a Master’s Degree related to Christianity, such as a Master’s in Counseling from a Christian program, Master’s of Divinity, etc. A personal testimony of recovery from sexual compulsive behaviors is a plus, but not required. He must be self-motivated, flexible, and able to work independently.

Pay: Salaried position.

Contact: Sean Maney admin@firstlightstlouis.org

Children’s Ministry Intern 1 Jun

Primary Duties and Responsibilities: This position is responsible for facilitating ministries to children from age two through grade six. As such, the intern should worship at CPC during the internship period. Position may include all the following activities at various times: • Serve: help lead and teach in the various ministries to have an understanding of the complete program (Children’s Worship, Sunday School, VBS, Kids Praise on Sunday evenings, etc.) • Curriculum development: plan and alter ideas to fit this body and adjust teaching to conform to our needs • Prepare: complete weekly material preparation for Sunday School classrooms and keep children’s ministries resources organized • Outreach: assist with our local outreach to children in public schools • Support: provide administrative and creative support in appropriate areas to the Director of Children’s Ministries • Oversee: shepherd at least one complete program at some time during the internship.

Purpose: The Children’s Ministries Intern works directly with the Director of Children’s Ministries in order to effectively prepare curriculum, materials, long range plans, and other support necessary for children’s ministries activities. Profile of a Children’s Ministries Intern: • Love for children: passionate about seeing kids grow spiritually • Spiritual maturity: by God’s grace, seeks to walk humbly and model godly living • Creative thinking: thinks “outside the box” and is flexible with situations and people • Strong communication skills: communicates clearly (parents, teachers, staff, children); looks for new ways to share God’s truth with children • Organizational skills: able to implement systems to use time and resources well • Team player: desires to be part of a ministry team; seeks to encourage, support and strengthen all involved in children’s ministries and the greater ministries of the church • Initiative: takes proactive steps to manage and/or improve tasks and operations; is innovative, responsible, and insightful.

Hours: 20 hours per week
Pay: TBD
Contact: Kelly Robinson krobinson@cpcstl.org or 314.432.8700
Covenant Presbyterian Church
2143 N. Ballas Road St. Louis, MO 63131
http://www.cpcstl.org/

Children’s Ministry Intern – Lower Elementary 25 May

We’re looking for someone who desires to come alongside our younger children to assist them in their discipleship and walk with the Lord. Our lower elementary intern will develop relationships with our children as he/she serves and teaches in various ministry programs. The intern will also assist the Children’s Director in various administrative tasks.

Qualifications: Experience working with children is desired but not necessary. We’re looking for someone with a heart for the Lord who is eager to share the truth of the gospel with our little ones.

Hours: 10 hours/week for the fall and spring semesters. Days are somewhat flexible but will typically include Sunday and Wednesday nights.

Pay: $10/hour

Contact: Anna Johnson anna.johnson@thekirk.org or 314.434.0753 ext. 120

The Kirk of the Hills
12928 Ladue Road St. Louis, MO 63141
http://thekirk.org/

Children’s Ministry Intern – Upper Elementary 25 May

We’re looking for someone who desires to come alongside our middle and upper elementary children to assist them in their discipleship and walk with the Lord. Our upper elementary intern will develop relationships with our children as he/she serves and teaches in various ministry programs. The intern will also assist the children’s director in various administrative tasks.

Qualifications: Experience working with children is desired but not necessary. We’re looking for someone with a heart for the Lord who is eager to share the truth of the gospel with our little ones.

Hours: 10 hours/week for the fall and spring semester. Days are somewhat flexible but will typically include Sunday and Wednesday nights.

Pay: $10/hour

Contact: Contact: Anna Johnson anna.johnson@thekirk.org or 314.434.0753 ext. 120

The Kirk of the Hills
12928 Ladue Road St. Louis, MO 63141
http://thekirk.org/

(4) Professional (positions with specific qualifications)  

Upper School Learning Center Teacher/Case Manager 11 Jul

Westminster Christian Academy is currently seeking an Upper School Learning Center Teacher/Case Manager to join our Special Services team in the 2017-2018 academic year. Founded in 1976 as an independent, coeducational school, Westminster Christian Academy provides a comprehensive college preparatory program for 1,015 students in grades 7 through 12. The school is located in suburban St. Louis County, Missouri, on a 70-acre campus, 20 minutes from downtown St. Louis. Westminster Christian Academy honors Jesus Christ by providing an excellent education, rooted in biblical truth at interpreted by the Westminster Confession of Faith, for the children of Christian parents. Faculty and staff enable students to discover and embrace a biblical view of the world and integrate that view into every area of life. Primary Responsibilities – Conduct the 11th grade StudyLab classes – Co-teach CWC American Literature – Review and write ISPs as needed – Collaborate with the 11th grade faculty across all curricular areas – Assist with PSAT, SAT, ACT and AP administration – Participate in all functions of the Special Services Department

Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree and Special Education Certification required – Two or more years of elementary or secondary teaching experience; recent graduates may be considered. – Strong interpersonal skills; ability to relate to parents and faculty – Strong leadership skills with a passion for struggling students – Deep knowledge of disability manifestation in an academic setting and proven success in meeting the spiritual, emotional, and educational needs of challenged students To be considered, please visit our Employment page (https://wcastl.org/employment/) and complete the Teacher Application Process.

Contact: Meghan Goessling mgoessling@wcastl.org 314-997-2900

Location: 800 Maryville Center Dr. Town & Country, MO 63017

https://wcastl.org/employment/

MARKETING & PROJECT MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST 28 Jun

Serge is a non-profit, mission-sending agency dedicated to sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ and
bringing positive transformation to communities worldwide. We’re seeking a Marketing & Project
Management Specialist to join our Communication Department and promote our work and enhance
our efforts to recruit, fund, and equip missionaries for service. The Specialist will advise and execute
marketing plans from concept development to launch, perform marketing analysis, and provide brand
stewardship. Position includes full benefits and requires support-raising to maintain a portion of
salary. If you have the enthusiasm and expertise for this key role, we welcome your application!

Responsibilities

• Work closely with the Development & Communication Director on the creation and
implementation of Serge’s overall marketing plan.
• Collaboratively develop cross-channel marketing plans with assigned Serge units/departments,
ensuring alignment with strategic goals and Serge’s overall plan.
• Report, track, and review project deliverables and plan outcomes utilizing Basecamp for
project management communication and reporting.
• Provide project analytics on a regular basis to key stakeholders.
• Oversee work of copywriters, designers, printers, web developers and social media staff.
• Develop creative briefs to start larger projects; cost estimate projects for contracting.
• Create communication materials, place print orders, check digital proofs, and ensure delivery
of printed collateral; proofread materials according to Chicago Manual of Style.
• Steward the Serge brand and advise the Director of ongoing brand development.
• Develop a network of financial supporters in order to raise and maintain a portion of salary.

Requirements

• A personal commitment to Jesus Christ with genuine desire to work in a dynamic, missiondriven
environment and apply one’s knowledge, skills, and abilities to advance the gospel.
• Experiences, embraces, and effectively communicates the gospel concepts of repentance,
forgiveness, and the daily application of God’s grace in life, work, and relationships.
• Ability to apply Serge’s distinguishing qualities as a guiding force in all communication efforts.
• Degree in marketing, advertising, communication or related field; Master’s degree preferred.
• Three to five years prior experience in marketing/creative agency or in-house
communications/marketing department, managing projects with multiple stakeholders, tight
budgets, and multiple deadlines.
• Ability to jump from the creative side of marketing to analytical side and to demonstrate why
ideas are analytically sound.
• Excellent writing and language skills and ability to be edited as necessary.
• Collaborative team player with the confidence and expertise to take the lead and to guide other
staff and contributors.
• Functional knowledge with WordPress, InDesign, and Photoshop; proficient with Excel.

To Apply, send resume and cover letter with salary requirement and location preference
(Jenkintown, PA or St Louis, MO) to Anita Wessner at HR@serge.org. For more information about
our mission agency, visit www.serge.org.

Central Christian School 14 Jun

5th-6th Grade Literacy Teacher
SK-6th Art Teacher

See job posting on Central Christian School website.
https://www.centralschoolstl.org/
Hours:
7:45 AM - 3:45 PM
Monday – Friday
Determined at date of hire

Contact: John Murray jmurray@centralschoolstl.org or 314-727-4535

700 South Hanley Road
St. Louis MO 63105

Chess At Three Tutor 14 Jun

Chess At Three is a New York based company that teaches 3-7 years olds across the country how to play and love the game of chess. Chess at 3 is unique in that it uses interactive storytelling to teach chess to kids at record young ages. Our mission is to extend the benefits of chess through the power of storytelling. We create an unforgettable and interactive learning environment which teaches 100% of our children, as young as the age of three, to play and fall in love with chess. Chess at 3 has recently expanded to St. Louis, and is looking to hire 1-2 energetic tutors. Enjoy flexible hours, great pay, a supportive environment, and the opportunity to make a real difference in children’s lives. We’re looking for tutors with a proven track record, a passion for learning, a fun personality, professional work habits, and enthusiasm for working with children. Tutors would work in a variety of settings ranging from private in home lessons with clients to lessons in St. Louis area schools.

Qualifications:
- Experience in education or working with kids
- Flexible
- Organized, reliable, and a strong communicator

Hours: 4-8 hours per week.

Pay: $20-25/hour

Contact: mike.berttucci@chessat3.com or 314 379 9908
http://www.chessat3.com/

Stephen Ministries—Program Staff 22 May

Opportunity • Serve as a leader for a stable, well-respected not-for-profit religious training and publishing organization in St. Louis County. • Contribute as a member of Stephen Ministries’ program development and delivery team and grow into a leadership role within the organization. • Work will be accomplished primarily at the Stephen Ministries Center in St. Louis, Missouri, with occasional travel to conferences and workshops. Responsibilities Based on their gifts, strengths, and experience, program staff may: • Serve on a team that writes and edits training presentations, books, manuals, publicity materials, correspondence, and other resources. • Work with program development, customer service, market research, consultation, marketing, information technology, operations, or human resources teams. • Manage one of the above departments or functional areas, coordinating the team’s efforts and supervising one or more staff members. • Direct two or more one-week training conferences that Stephen Ministries conducts in various U.S. cities each year. This involves teaching sessions, interacting with and assisting participants, supervising a conference team, and coordinating with hotel staff and other vendors supporting the event. • Coordinate or serve in other areas related to the candidate’s gifts and interests and the mission of the organization.

Qualifications • Minimum bachelor’s degree (master’s level degree a plus) and excellent academic record • Skilled in using technology • Demonstrated experience and strengths in one or more of these areas: Writing and editing Supervising staff Presenting and speaking skills

To apply, submit a resume and cover letter to 2045 Innerbelt Business Center Dr., St. Louis, MO 63114. You may also fax your resume to (314) 428-7888. Email submissions not accepted. Please include academic information, including grades and test scores at all levels. For more information visit www.stephenministries.org/careers or call us a 314-428-2600.

Editor/consultant 19 May

Need someone to proof a book manuscript for grammar and punctuation.

Qualifications: English or related degree; have prior editing experience

Hours: Can work at home; need proofing and review completed in a week to ten days.
Pay: Negotiable; one time payment
Contact: T. D. Stubblefield pastor@firstbcc.org 636-537-8748

http://www.firstbcc.org/

Teacher 19 May

Interested in teaching? A south St. Louis, university model, Christian homeschool learning center is looking for teachers for the 2017-2018 school year. Teachers work one or two days per week, teaching middle school through high school students. The subjects we currently need teachers for are history, math, English, Spanish, and French. Applicants should like and have experience working with kids, be passionate about their subject, strive to meet our educational goals, respect our values, have a good work ethic, and be able to pass a background check.

Hours: Tuesday and/or Thursday
Contact: Cathy Mullins ekcjmullins@gmail.com 314.769.7965
www.homeschool-life/mo/share

(5) Child/Elderly Care (Babysitting/Nanny/Handicapped/Elderly)  

Childcare – Mission: St. Louis Beyond School Liaison AmeriCorps Member-SLLIS 18 Jul

The Liaison position for our Beyond School program is responsible for helping to create and implement a high quality Beyond School Program. This full-time position requires someone who is skilled not only with communication, scheduling, and logistics, but also is able to connect with volunteers and students, alike. The Beyond School Liaison must be very resourceful in identifying potential volunteers and community partners. As a Beyond School team member, you will be actively working to ensure Beyond School students, families, and volunteers are informed, engaged, and satisfied. Beyond School Liaison (SCP) Responsibilities Participate in Beyond School Team meetings and Professional Development/Service Trainings to develop and implement a high-quality program Service hours include: Beyond School Program hours from 4:10-6:30, Monday-Thursday and 1:00-5:00, Friday; weekly team meetings and remaining hours outside of program times used for planning/admin/transportation, requiring no less than 40 hours/week Foster a safe, respectful, and welcoming environment for our scholars, parents, staff, and volunteers Work with team to implement the Beyond School Culture Manual policies Uphold Beyond School student expectations Serve with fellow Beyond School staff as a consistent and fair disciplinarian for our students Internalize and exhibit the Beyond School Mission Support and help complete all daily tasks that must be implemented for Beyond School Schedule and plan all Community Service and enrichment classes/opportunities Oversee planning and implementing of Family Nights Collaborate with the Beyond School Volunteer Coordinator to maximize efforts for volunteer and intern recruitment Administer volunteer and intern training Ensure volunteer training binder is up to date and accurate Maintain communications with volunteers and ensure they are appreciated and cared for Plan and execute volunteer meet ups and appreciation events Develop systems to gather feedback from and disseminate program results and information to volunteers Transport students as needed, including transporting students home and to enrichment/community service opportunities Obtain Class E driver’s license Provide coverage for a crew when Success Coaches are absent Collaborate with the Beyond School Coordinator to maximize efforts for student recruitment As a part of the Beyond School team, work on various projects as needed As part of the Mission: St. Louis and AmeriCorps team, help with/attend activities, events, and various office-related duties as needed, including some weekend activities Develop and lead academic components by creating a positive learning environment Schedule and prepare daily snack for program students
Ideal Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in relevant field Previous experience teaching and/or managing programs for inner city students Class E driver’s license and automobile to transport students Excellent written and verbal communication skills Skills Kids don’t scare you. Not only do you like kids, but you’re able to manage them well…even on the off chance that they’re not listening or behaving. (Do kids ever do that?) You are very flexible, even with last minute changes. You have plans, but you are ready to adjust as needed when unforeseen obstacles arise. You can bridge communities of different types of people. You are not only comfortable with different types of people, you understand how to help them connect with each other. You can command attention. When things get chaotic, you can take control and redirect the situation. You are organized. You can complete tasks and build systems and structures. You’re a team player. You can take direction, but you can also work with others to develop and carry out. You can respectfully voice your own opinions while listening to the ideas of others. To you, differences with teammates are opportunities to learn, grow, and collaborate. High energy and enthusiastic with a strong belief that young people can succeed.

Pay: Full time position; Monday-Thursday, 11:00am-7:00pm (depending on breaks) and Fridays 9:30-5:30
$16,000 Living Allowance with a $5,815 education award at the end of the service year

Contact: Erin Malone
americorpsstate@missionstl.org
3143633115
1224 Grattan Ave. St. Louis, MO 63104
www.missionstl.org

Part-Time Childcare – Mission: St. Louis Beyond School Success Coach AmeriCorps Member-SLLIS 18 Jul

The Success Coach position for our Beyond School program requires someone who is great at connecting with scholars. The primary focus of the Success Coach’s work with scholars revolves around the scholars’ academic and social/emotional growth and getting them to cultivate habits that will result in life-long success. They must be able to respond with positive, appropriate behavior, even in frustrating situations with highly at-risk youth. Success Coaches report to the Beyond School Program Coordinator and must be willing to take direction, voice ideas in a respectful manner, and function as a team member with other Beyond School staff. Beyond School Success Coach (TSS) Responsibilities Participate in Beyond School Team meetings and Professional Development/Service Trainings to develop and implement a high-quality program Service hours include: Beyond School Program time 3:45-6:15, Monday-Friday; weekly team meetings and remaining hours outside of program times used for planning/admin/transportation, requiring 20-25 hrs/wk until mid June; flexibly 2:00 p.m.-6:45 p.m. Monday-Friday Foster a safe, respectful, and welcoming environment for our scholars, parents, staff, and volunteers Work with team to implement the Beyond School Culture Manual policies Uphold Beyond School scholar expectations Serve with fellow Beyond School staff as a consistent and fair disciplinarian for our scholars Communicate regularly, effectively, and kindly with parents Attend open houses/parent conferences/parent events, including Family Nights Provide individualized guidance and ongoing feedback as you meet one-on-one with scholars during weekly sessions Internalize and exhibit the Beyond School Mission Support and help complete all daily tasks that must be implemented for Beyond School Maintain communication with your crew’s teachers and support staff in order to best support each scholar’s needs Guide and encourage volunteers serving your crew in order to maximize scholar growth Transport students as needed, including transporting students home and to enrichment/community service opportunities Obtain Class E driver’s license Lead teach at least one Enrichment class Plan and implement Crew Times Lead all aspects of Academic Time for your crew Track scholar homework assignments and ensure scholars are completing homework daily Collaborate with Coordinator and Liaison to develop and implement daily lessons in literacy and math Track student growth in ETO Track student grades and NWEA scores in order to monitor scholar growth Prepare each scholar’s lesson plan folder or other necessary scholar materials
Ideal Qualifications: Previous experience teaching and/or managing programs for inner city students Class E driver’s license and automobile to transport students Excellent written and verbal communication skills Skills Kids don’t scare you. Not only do you like kids but you’re able to manage them well…even on the off chance that they’re not listening or behaving. (Do kids ever do that?) You are very flexible, even with last minute changes. You have plans, but you are ready to adjust as needed when unforeseen obstacles arise. You can bridge communities of different types of people. You are not only comfortable with different types of people, you understand how to help them connect with each other. You can command attention. When things get chaotic, you can take control and redirect the situation. You are organized. You can complete tasks and build systems and structures. You’re a team player. You can take direction, but you can also work with others to develop and carry out. You can respectfully voice your own opinions while listening to the ideas of others. To you, differences with teammates are opportunities to learn, grow, and collaborate. High energy and enthusiastic with a strong belief that young people can succeed.

PAY: Part time position reequiring 20-25 hours/week; Monday-Friday 2:30-7:00 Start date August 1, 2017
$8,000 living allowance with $2907.50 education award at the end of service

CONTACT: Erin Malone
americorpsstate@missionstl.org
3143633115
4011 Papin St. Louis, MO 63110
www.missionstl.org

Part-Time Childcare – Mission: St. Louis Beyond School Liaison AmeriCorps Member-SCP 18 Jul

The Success Coach position for our Beyond School program requires someone who is great at connecting with scholars. The primary focus of the Success Coach’s work with scholars revolves around the scholars’ academic and social/emotional growth and getting them to cultivate habits that will result in life-long success. They must be able to respond with positive, appropriate behavior, even in frustrating situations with highly at-risk youth. Success Coaches report to the Beyond School Program Coordinator and must be willing to take direction, voice ideas in a respectful manner, and function as a team member with other Beyond School staff. Beyond School Success Coach (SCP) Responsibilities Participate in Beyond School Team meetings and Professional Development/Service Trainings to develop and implement a high-quality program Service hours include: Beyond School Program time 4:10-6:30, Monday-Thursday and 1:00-5:00, Friday; weekly team meetings and remaining hours outside of program times used for planning/admin/transportation, requiring 20-25 hrs/wk until mid July; flexibly 2:30 p.m.-7:00 p.m. Monday-Thursday and 12:30 p.m-5:30 p.m. on Friday Foster a safe, respectful, and welcoming environment for our scholars, parents, staff, and volunteers Work with team to implement the Beyond School Culture Manual policies Uphold Beyond School scholar expectations Serve with fellow Beyond School staff as a consistent and fair disciplinarian for our scholars Communicate regularly, effectively, and kindly with parents Attend open houses/parent conferences/parent events, including Family Nights Provide individualized guidance and ongoing feedback as you meet one-on-one with scholars during weekly sessions Internalize and exhibit the Beyond School Mission Support and help complete all daily tasks that must be implemented for Beyond School Maintain communication with your crew’s teachers and support staff in order to best support each scholar’s needs Guide and encourage volunteers serving your crew in order to maximize scholar growth Transport students as needed, including transporting students home and to enrichment/community service opportunities Obtain Class E driver’s license Lead teach at least one Enrichment class Plan and implement Crew Times Lead all aspects of Academic Time for your crew Track scholar lifework assignments and ensure scholars are completing lifework daily Collaborate with Coordinator and Liaison to develop and implement daily lessons in literacy and math Track student growth in ETO Track student grades and NWEA scores in order to monitor scholar growth Prepare each scholar’s lesson plan folder or other necessary scholar materials
Ideal Qualifications: Previous experience teaching and/or managing programs for inner city students Class E driver’s license and automobile to transport students Excellent written and verbal communication skills Skills Kids don’t scare you. Not only do you like kids but you’re able to manage them well…even on the off chance that they’re not listening or behaving. (Do kids ever do that?) You are very flexible, even with last minute changes. You have plans, but you are ready to adjust as needed when unforeseen obstacles arise. You can bridge communities of different types of people. You are not only comfortable with different types of people, you understand how to help them connect with each other. You can command attention. When things get chaotic, you can take control and redirect the situation. You are organized. You can complete tasks and build systems and structures. You’re a team player. You can take direction, but you can also work with others to develop and carry out. You can respectfully voice your own opinions while listening to the ideas of others. To you, differences with teammates are opportunities to learn, grow, and collaborate. High energy and enthusiastic with a strong belief that young people can succeed.

Pay: Part time position requiring 20-25 hours/week; Monday-Thursday 2:30-7:00pm, Friday 12:30-5:30 Start date August 1, 2017
$8,000 living allowance and $2,907.50 education award at the end of service

Contact: Erin Malone
americorpsstate@missionstl.org
3143633115
1224 Grattan Ave. St. Louis, MO 63104
www.missionstl.org

Childcare 17 Jul

We are seeking a highly qualified nanny/babysitter for our family. I am a teacher in the Kirkwood School District and my husband works in finance. We have boy/girl twins (11 months), a 3-year-old girl, and a 5-year old girl who will be starting Kindergarten in August. We are looking for someone to start the week of August 7th!! We live near Grant’s Farm.

Qualifications: Experience with young children close in age; safety oriented; excellent communicator and multi-tasker. Traits we are looking for: someone who is warm, loving, patient, energetic, and positive!! I can send more information to those interested!

Hours: Hours are 7:30 – 4:30 and typically Monday – Friday (but looking for someone with flexibility to follow a school calendar as I am a teacher and will have natural breaks with my school calendar.

Pay: $12/hour or $110/day

Contact: Angie, aringkamp@yahoo.com, 314-249-0566

Childcare- After School Sitter

Monday- Thursday Sitter for family in Ladue. School Pick up and activity drop off, homework help and light dinner dinner prep

Qualifications: Safe Vehicle, previous babysitting experience, kind attitude, reliable

Hours: Monday- Thursday 3pm – 7:30pm

Pay: $14/hour

Contact: Morgan, email@stlsitter.com 314.625.8420

Childcare

Provide childcare in a team of at least two workers for children ages infant through 8 years during congregational meetings, Sunday School classes or similar events at the church, including a Wednesday morning Bible study.

Qualifications: Candidate must be a mature Christian who is able to provide references for successfully caring for children in these age groups.

Hours: Most likely times needed would be Sundays either before or after worship: 9 to 10:15 am or 12:30 to 2 pm. Also needed is Wednesday mornings, 9 to 11 am, and occasionally Sunday afternoons 4 to 6 pm.

Pay: $10/hour

Contact: Stephanie, ofmgr@sbcglobal.net, (314) 367-8959

Location: Grace & Peace Fellowship 5774 Delmar Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63112
www.graceandpeacefellowship.org

Morning Nanny 11 Jul

Looking for someone to take my son and daughter to school in the mornings and help run the house in the morning. Arrive at 7 am, unload the dishwasher, give them breakfast, fold a load of laundry as needed, and make my daughter lunch. My daughter has to be at school between 8:30 – 8:45, then my son can be dropped off any time before 9. One day a week, my daughter has Spanish and needs to be dropped off at 7:45. The first Friday every month my son has 9:30 drop off at school.

Qualifications: Experience with children, likes kids, reliable, has transportation.

Hours: Monday – Friday 7 – 9. See job description.

Pay: $15/hour

Contact: Sue Ellen, minichsue@gmail.com, 314.614.9477

Childcare 11 Jul

We are seeking a full time nanny for our 3 month old twins. Must have childcare experience (with multiples is a plus) and flexible hours. My husband and I are both in the healthcare field and sometimes get out of work late. The position would entail 3 long work days and 2 half days. If possible a half day one Saturday a month. We live near Watson and Sappington.

Hours: M: 9:30-6:45 T: 9:30-7:15 W: 7:00-6:15 Th: 7:45-12:00 F: 7:45-2:00 Sat: 7:00-2:00 (one a month)

Pay: $500-550/week

Contact: Kate ktrigden@yahoo.com

Extended Day staff 30 Jun

Job Working With Children! Rossman School is seeking an energetic and responsible part-time teaching assistant for the Extended Day Program on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons from 3pm-6pm. Subbing for Extended Day is also an option. Teaching assistants are responsible for students in Junior Kindergarten through 6th grade. Assistant teachers help students with homework and projects, facilitate structured and non-structured play and communicate with parents and teachers to ensure student’s safety and success.

Qualifications: Requirements -Prior experience in education or childcare -Ability to be flexible and reliable -Work collaboratively with teachers and parents -Maintain a safe, healthy and nurturing learning environment -Preferred Bachelors degree

Hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:00 to 6:00. Subbing other days are available. (August 22nd – May 25 except for holidays.)

Pay: $14 per hour

Contact: Gail Clark gclark@rossmanschool.org or 772-532-8535
http://rossmanschool.org/

Nanny 26 Jun

Nanny for 3 children ages 8, 6, 4 after school in Maplewood, Missouri. Responsible for helping children with homework, taking and/or picking up from activities and sometimes making dinner.

Qualifications: Would prefer someone with childcare experience. Must be able to handle three active children while also managing basic picking up/dinner prep, etc. May have one child that accompanies them.

Hours: Approximately 3-6 pm usually 4 days per week starting middle of August. Would be helpful if you can be available for the occasional teacher work day/school holiday.

Pay: $14-16/hour

Contact: Alison Sonysims@hotmail.com or 573-268-9853

3 Day a Week Nanny Position 20 Jun

I am a graduate of CTS and currently an Assistant Pastor at a local Church. My wife and I are looking for a qualified female Nanny during the 3 days that she will be working. We have 3 kids and one on the way, though a good portion of the job until 2018 will be focused on caring for our 2 year old.

Qualifications:
We are looking for a qualified and caring female adult who desires to love on our kids. Moms with kids of their own are certainly welcome to apply, though on days their own kids are sick, we would expect them to care for our kids and to find childcare for their own. (Barring extenuating circumstances.)

Hours:
3 Days [Monday, Tuesday, Thursday] from 7:30am-5pm

Location: At our Home near the corner of Dougherty Ferry and Big Bend. Start date of August 21, 2017 (possibly earlier if able)

Tasks:
-Care for our 2 year old son.
-Care for our new infant upon his/her arrival in early January.
-Care for 6 year old daughter and 4 year old son on days they don’t have school or are sick and on certain days, upon their return from school
-Light Housework including but not limited to: Folding Clothes Cleaning Dishes Sweeping Floors Picking up Toys

Pay: 12-15/hr based upon experience and number of kids cared for.

Contact:
Interested applicants should contact us to receive an application. Eric: 314-630-1711 Stephanie: 314-630-5151 E-mail: eswhitley@gmail.com

Aftercare Director & Aftercare Worker Needed 20 Jun

The Freedom School is seeking an aftercare director who will serve 20 hours a week (15 hours on site each week + 5 hours planning/administrative) and an aftercare worker who will serve 15 hours each week.

Hours: M – F on school days from 3:00 – 6:00PM.
Pay: Starting at $10 hr.
Contact: Chris Rensink crensink@tfsstl.org or 314-432-7396
1483 82nd Blvd.
Saint Louis, MO 63132
http://tfsstl.org/

Nursery Childcare Assistant 19 Jun

Provide loving nurture for children ages newborn and up during weekly and/or special events. Work with a warm, loving team and a flexible schedule.
Love, Joy, Peace, Patience, Kindness, Goodness, Faithfulness, Gentleness, Self-control Faith in Jesus Christ Team Work Ability to provide a warm, encouraging presence for parents and children Child-care experience and CPR certification preferred Ability to speak English and use phone and computer for communication and payroll Mothers of small children my bring healthy children to work.

Qualifications: CHOOSE WHICH SHIFTS WORK FOR YOU! Sunday AM, 8:30- 11:45 (beginning in August) Sunday PM, 4:45-7:15 (beginning Sept. 10) Tuesday AM, 8:45-11:30 (beginning Sept. 12) Last Wednesday Evening of the Month, 5:30-7:45 (beginning Sept. 27th) First Thursday Morning of the Month, time TBA (beginning Sept. 7th) Extra Events and Last-Minute Sub

Hours: $9/ Hour

Contact: Leah Jakes leah.jakes@thekirk.org or 678-588-2459
Kirk of the Hills Nursery Location:
12928 Ladue Rd St. Louis, MO 63141

Leah
Jakes
leah.jakes@thekirk.org

678-588-2459
Kirk of the Hills Nursery Location: 12928 Ladue Rd St. Louis, MO 63141

Part-Time Nanny w/ Housing 14 Jun

Our friendly family of 5 is looking for a Covenant student or graduate to provide childcare in exchange for room and board plus stipend starting in August 2017. Our sweet little ones are ages 6 ½ (rising first grade girl), 3 (preschool boy), and 2 (toddler boy). They have tons of imagination and love Star Wars, building forts, fashion shows, and driving remote-control cars in the back yard. Responsibilities: We are looking for childcare 3 full days per week, 1 evening of child care every other week (for date night), and one weekend of childcare every three months. The three days per week are flexible and can be changed depending on class schedule or other needs. The oldest two children attend school during the week, so some driving to drop off and pick up would be required. In addition to childcare, we would like you to cook dinner for the family one night per week (attendance at the dinner is optional). We have a separate entrance basement living area that is finished and fully furnished with bed, TV area/couch, separate full bathroom and laundry room. We will also provide groceries/meals, Wi-Fi, Netflix, and a desk area for studying. We are offering a monthly stipend of $550. We are located in Fenton near 44 & Bowles Avenue. Must be good with kids. Must have a clean background check, a vehicle, and love Star Wars. Fort-building skills are a plus. For more information, please call Lauren at 314-574-4199 or email at laurensurdyke@yahoo.com

Part time Sitter 14 Jun

Childcare for 6-8 hrs a week for a 3.5 yr old and a 7 month old. Playtime, meal preparation and bottle feeding, helping the kids nap.

Qualifications: Previous 2+ years experience providing childcare, experience with infants is preferred. Must provide references and be willing to have a background check (we will pay for this). We are looking for a fun loving and kind caregiver to enjoy our sweet boys.

Hours: Hours/Days are flexible, but at this time help is needed Tuesdays from 8:30 am to 11:30 am and Wednesdays from 2 pm to 5 pm.

Pay: $10-$12 an hour

Contact: Mary maryk116@gmail.com or 478-973-8880

Housekeeper/Nanny 5 Jun

Help with light housework and help taking care of 4 month old twins and 2 year old toddler.

Hours: 9:00 am-12:30pm or 3:00 pm-8:00pm Multiple days a week.
Pay: TBD
Location: Brentwood area.

Contact: Janice Janicebaker@me.com

Children’s Ministry Intern – Lower Elementary 25 May

We’re looking for someone who desires to come alongside our younger children to assist them in their discipleship and walk with the Lord. Our lower elementary intern will develop relationships with our children as he/she serves and teaches in various ministry programs. The intern will also assist the Children’s Director in various administrative tasks.

Qualifications: Experience working with children is desired but not necessary. We’re looking for someone with a heart for the Lord who is eager to share the truth of the gospel with our little ones.

Hours: 10 hours/week for the fall and spring semesters.

Pay: $10/hour

Contact: Anna Johnson anna.johnson@thekirk.org or 314.434.0753 ext. 120

The Kirk of the Hills
12928 Ladue Road St. Louis, MO 63141
http://thekirk.org/

Full-time Nanny 24 May

Caring, trustworthy, and reliable nanny to care for one infant. Our son will be 6 months when I return to work mid-August. We would like to have a nanny begin around end of July/beginning of August on part-time basis to get to know us prior to beginning full-time on August 14. We will guarantee 52 weeks of pay regardless of whether the child needs care or not. If our family is on vacation or a grandparent wishes to have the child, for example, our nanny will be paid. Therefore, you can expect some planned and unplanned days off with pay.

Qualifications:
Confidence of working with young children and ease around them. -Some childcare experience is appreciated. -References from previous employers.

Hours:
Monday – Friday 7/8 a.m. to 5/6 p.m. Start and end times may vary slightly from day to day. This would be discussed in advance of the day.

Pay: $10 – $15 / hour

Contact: Christina c_nunnelee@hotmail.com or 314.276.1988

Two Weekend Nanny Positions 22 May

Weekend Morning Nanny Position:
Saturdays and Sundays from 6:45am – 2pm. Family in Ladue is looking for energetic, fun, and responsible nanny to help me (mom) with my 1 year old boy, 4 year old girl, 11 year old girl, and two sweet dogs. Light meal preparation, light housekeeping, and some driving of children or running errands. $15-$17/hour. Start July 8th. Ideally work for two years. Call Ellen 314-852-5425 or email me at edierberg@me.com

Weekend Evening Position
Fridays and Saturdays: 2pm-10pm. Family in Ladue is looking for energetic, fun, and responsible nanny to help me (mom) with my 1 year old boy, 4 year old girl, 11 year old girl, and two sweet dogs. Light meal preparation, light housekeeping, and some driving of children or running errands. $15-$17/hour. Start July 7th. Ideally work for two years. Call Ellen 314-852-5425 or email me at edierberg@me.com

Caregiver/Companion 16 May

South St. Louis city family in search of a carer/companion for a physically disabled female young adult.

Qualifications: Female applicants only please.
Hours: Must be available to work 25-30 hours per week, generally during week days.
Pay: $10.00
Contact: Jackie jjames707@yahoo.com or 314-640-7844

(6) Other/General  

Catering Staff 11 Jul

Fun paced job with local caterer providing food for Westminster Christian Academy in the WCA kitchen. Help team prepare food, run register, set up and break down for lunch and snack bar after school.

Qualifications: None required, we work with great people.

Hours: We will flex with semester class schedule changes, great job for a spouse too. Can be full to part-time; M-F with flex start and finish times between 7:00 am – 4:30 pm (some staff comes 9-2, some noon-4:30, others 7-3; based on staff requests). Additional event work available weekends with our larger company.

Pay: $10/hour

Contact: Merry Madi merry@hollyberrycatering.com 314-920-6481

Part-time Maintenance Tech. 5 Jul

Cornerstone Corporation, a faith-based, individualized housing ministry, is seeking a part time Maintenance Tech. This position will be working alongside another experienced Maintenance Tech, who will be able to provide some on the job training. Cornerstone is committed to providing safe and affordable housing to lower income families and individuals. Please apply at http://www.cornerstonestl.org/.

JOB SUMMARY: Maintains efficient operation and upkeep of the property buildings and grounds in a supportive role.

JOB DUTIES:
• Perform daily repair and upkeep of properties, to include carpentry, plumbing, painting, custodial duties, and some electrical work, HVAC work, and masonry.
• Remove, install, and repair hardware, appliances, kitchen fixtures, mirrors, blinds, and other trimmings.
• Perform routine upkeep of property grounds, to include mowing and lawn care, weed removal, tree trimming, and landscaping.
• Prepare vacant units for occupancy.
• Maintain and keep inventory of all supplies and equipment owned by the property and/or Cornerstone.
• Responsible for the supply and upkeep of all personal tools required for the work.
• Report unusual or extraordinary circumstances regarding the property or residents. 

• Ensure that properties are safe and pose no danger to their occupants.
• Respond to maintenance requests courteously and efficiently at all times, and remain in communication with Cornerstone on the status of maintenance requests.
• Be aware of and operate within OSHA (Occupational Safety & Health Act) standards and safety policies at all times.
• Be available to work periodically on an on-call basis.

NECESSARY QUALIFICATIONS
• Excellent mechanical/electrical aptitude.
• 2+ years experience in a maintenance or trade-related field
• Ability to learn new technology and repair and service procedures and specifications.
• Valid driver’s license with acceptable driving record
• Good customer service, leadership, and interpersonal communication skills
• Organized, accountable and self-motivated
• Sign a statement of Faith

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS
• Accredited HS Diploma/GED
• Experience in HVAC, electrical, or plumbing work is a plus

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS
• Lifting 50-75 lbs with or without assistance
• Climbing and working on ladder
• Extensive walking and ascending/descending stairs
• Kneeling, squatting, bending, pushing/pulling
• Exposure to noise, heat, cold, slippery, wet conditions
• OT and On-Call Duty as required

WORK ENVIRONMENT: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly exposed to outside weather conditions. The employee is occasionally exposed to moving mechanical parts; high, precarious places; fumes or airborne particles; toxic or caustic chemicals; and risk of electrical shock. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.

Pre-employment screenings performed (which includes background checks and drug screening, unless state law prohibits.)

House/Dog Sitter 19 Jun

I am looking for someone that enjoys dogs and would like a comfortable/quiet place to stay while I am away. The dates could be 4 days or up to 10 days but each time they would be well in advance. Dog walking would be required in the morning and evening, playing in the fenced backyard or visiting Creve Coeur Park with the dog is an option as well. I have a one year old puppy with lot of energy; he has been thru puppy and adult classes, crate trained. I live about 15 minutes from the seminary- easy commute.

Qualifications: Must provide work references since you’ll be staying in my house. I would also like a few personal references if you have house/dog sit before.

Hours: unknown at the moment
Pay: $20 for dog walking all day or $25 overnight
Contact: Julie jtomato50@gmail.com or 314-591-2528