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These are employment opportunities in the surrounding area that have been made known to the Admissions Office/Student Life Office. If one of these works out for you, could you please let the Admissions Office/Student Life Office know so that we may remove it from our list?

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Covenant Theological Seminary provides this community job board for the community to post job opportunities of potential interest to the student body. In using this job board, students and employers absolve the Seminary from any responsibility of security, safety, and unmet expectations and understand that the Seminary does not endorse the employer nor the student applicant. Each party is responsible for their own due diligence. In the case of childcare and nanny opportunities, employers understand that the Seminary does NOT conduct background checks on all of its students and furthermore adheres to the privacy obligations to our student body under FERPA rules and regulations.


(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)  

Processing and Programing Assistant (Part-time) 20 Sep

Description: Under the supervision of the Director of International Student Services at Missouri Baptist, the Processing and Program Assistant is responsible for coordinating the undergraduate and graduate admissions process from initial contact with the University (MBU) to matriculation. Other duties include coordinating the schedules and assignments for ISS student workers, assisting with event planning and implementation, assisting MBU’s current international students with requests and promoting a healthy, positive, and professional work environment.

- Must be a US Citizen or US Legal Permanent Resident per requirements for SEVIS Designated School Officials.

- A bachelor’s degree from an accredited university is required. At least one year of experience working with foreign nationals or living and working in an international environment preferred.

-Maturity in attitude, behavior, and strong ability to organize and work with student employees, students, staff and faculty. Must dress and act professionally whenever at work.

-Applicant must have strong Christian background as evidenced by a statement of faith and active involvement in a local church. In addition, the International Student Services Processing and Program Assistant should have a vision for ministry through the areas of International Student Services, International Admissions, Student Development and student personal growth.

- Ability to work with students, parents, staff and faculty; building personal relationships and spiritual growth.

- Excellent personal and professional communication skills required. Must be comfortable communicating all types of information to students, parents, staff, faculty, community and government entities via a variety of communication methods, including email, IM, phone, Skype, etc.

Pay: Hourly wages commensurate with training and experience.

Contact: Director of International Student Services at with a cover letter, resume, and statement of Christian faith

Journey Kids Admin at The Journey Tower Grove 14 Sep

Description: The Journey Kids Administrator works to provide the smooth operation and administration of Journey Kids, specifically weekend services. He/she will ensure materials and resources are ready for the weekend and provide admin support for special events and initiatives. The job is part-time and will report to the Journey Kids Director. Some day to day responsibilities could include:

● Create and manage the volunteer weekend schedule,including last minute subs/swaps
● Coordinate the onboarding and off boarding processes for new volunteers
● Purchase needed supplies & hospitality for Journey Kids, classes and special events
● Manage registration, promotion and communication for JK events & initiatives
● Collaborate with the Creative Communication team to create design work (print pieces, web and in service slides, signage, etc.)
● Manage external JK communication content (website, social media, newsletters)
● Assist with planning and provide admin support for special events (child dedications, trainings,childcare for events, etc)and attend as needed
● Lead weekend prep team and ensure all curriculum materials and resources are ready for weekend services (including class supply bins and media components)
● Create and manage processes to ensure services run smoothly each weekend (hospitality, attendance rosters, spaces are equipped with necessary supplies, etc)
● Follow-up on facility and technology issues/updates with ministry support
● Provide initial follow-up with new families
● Become a “PCO expert” to manage the JK calendar, create monthly reports and provide
training support to JK greeters/service coordinators for PCO check-ins
● Reply to general JK communication requests (email,response cards, phone calls)
● Recruit and lead volunteer administrators to assist in providing admin support to Journey Kids
● Participate in weekly staff meetings and monthly all-staff meetings
● Assist the JK Director with other tasks as needed

● Fulfills the Journey’s membership requirements as outlined in the membership covenant
● Fulfills the character qualifications and duties of Deacon as taught in Scripture (1 Tim 3:8-13)
● Passion for children and families growing in their love for Jesus
● Able to communicate well with volunteers and parents, both verbally and in written form
● Detail oriented and attention to accuracy
● A team player who is able to work well with others and be flexible
● Has organizational skills to manage several teams & projects simultaneously

Hours: 20 hours per week; 10-12 hours in the office; flexible for remainder of hours

Benefits: 403b, accrued vacation and sick leave

Contact: Hilary Seaman Human Resources Coordinator
(314) 222- 2948

Part-Time After-School Supervisor 13 Sep

Description: Westminster Christian Academy is looking for an after-school supervisor on Tuesday’s from 3:00-5:00 p.m. After school supervision includes monitoring students in hallways and common spaces and ensuring student safety. Relationship building and a willingness to kindly redirect students are two important skills for this position.

Hours: Tuesday 3-5 p.m.

Pay: $15/hour


Production Associate 12 Sep

Description: The Production Associate will ensure that the assembly, fulfillment, and quality control of jobs moving through the Production Department match final approved client proofs and are up to CBP standards.

The ideal candidates enjoys working with his/her hands to assemble beautiful invitations and other paper goods to a high standard of quality. He/she enjoys working on different projects every day and paying attention to details and accuracy.

A love of stationery is a plus!

We are a team of creatives that approaches all aspects of the design process with enthusiasm, passion and meticulous care. Founded in 2007, primarily as a custom stationery company, CBP has since evolved to become an award-winning graphic design firm sought after for its playful, yet polished, sensibility. As visual story tellers, we create conceptual designs that are unexpected, clever and command attention. From custom wedding invitations to logo designs to several retail lines, we work with all budgets and all occasions.


Hours: Full and part-time possibilities available, looking for at least one full time (40-45 hours/week)

Pay: $26,000

Contact: Dawn Sparks

Salesperson 12 Sep

Stationery and graphic design firm, Cheree Berry Paper, is seeking a full-time Sales Person in the company’s Saint Louis headquarters.

• Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university
• 3-5+ years of professional selling experience required with a successful track record in prospecting and building a new territory/market
• Must have earned at least $75,000 in total compensation
• Working knowledge of sales concepts, methods and techniques
• Ability to consistently fill a pipeline with qualified prospects
• Must be able to work independently, as well as part of a team and support company goals and sales objectives
• Exceptional verbal and written communication skills with a professional presence
• Self-motivated with the ability to work independently on multiple tasks
• Must feel comfortable and confident selling in a luxury market
• High energy, able to function well in a fast-paced environment
• Comfortable talking to and communicating with a variety of clients
• A mind for continuous education and process improvement
• Ability to learn quickly and think analytically
• Interest in stationery and graphic design
• Active listening skills and extreme attention to detail
• Some travel may be required but role is primarily in the St. Louis area
• Familiarity with HubSpot is a plus
• Experience with Microsoft Office, particularly Excel

About Cheree Berry Paper:
Cheree Berry Paper is an award-winning graphic design and social stationery company. The company is known for creating interactive and conceptual designs full of unexpected details, bold graphics, flawless typography and clever copywriting. No matter the project, big or small, CBP loves the creative challenge of identifying one visual solution just right for its client.

While the company’s home base is in Saint Louis, Missouri, Cheree Berry Paper has clients across the country with a high concentration in New York City and Boston. The company’s most notable non-profit clients include the American Ballet Theatre, American Museum of Natural History, Harvard Art Museum, Massachusetts General Hospital, Saint Louis Art Museum and Saint Louis Public Library. Its most notable private clients include Chelsea Clinton, Tina Fey and Jenna Bush Hager.

In business for eleven years, CBP has received numerous accolades for its work including twenty-eight American Institute of Graphic Arts’ awards. Notable partnerships include a children’s stationery line for Maisonette, designs for Paperless Post, illustrations and celebrations for Darcy Miller and a line of custom state-themed snowflakes that graced the White House for two holiday seasons.

The Cheree Berry Paper Studio is a high-energy,collaborative and creative environment located in Ladue, Missouri. Visit to learn more about the company.
The successful candidate must have a proven track record in sales, with a minimum of three years of sales experience. The ideal candidate will have an entrepreneurial spirit, a passion to sell and will possess the superior interpersonal skills required for working in the luxury design industry.

Hours: Full Time

Pay: Base Salary plus bonus for meeting sales goals

Contact: Dawn Sparks

Public Safety Opportunity 7 Sep

Description: We are currently seeking a student to join our Public Safety Team. The primary function of this job is unlocking public buildings in the morning and locking up the buildings at night. This role also acts as the dispatcher, which is a 24/7 on-call service provided by the Public Safety Team. The person in this role will provided on-call accessibility for a minimum of 2 days per week. As the dispatcher, you will take phone calls and provide customer service to callers.

Availability: We need someone who can work: 2 days per week, both morning & evening shifts for about 10 hours per week.
And provide on-call accessibility during those 2 days of work (phone is provided).

Requirements: Must live on campus while employed in this position. Ability to diplomatically ask people to leave when closing for the night. Proficient communicator. Follows procedures. Observant of details. Maintains a courteous, customer service attitude.

Previous experience in public safety or emergency response is helpful but not required. Training will be provided on the job.

*A background check and driving record report will be required.

Send your resume and questions to Jason Carmichael:

Chiropractic Assistant/Receptionist 20 Aug

Description: I am looking for a chiropractic assistant/receptionist. Job duties include scheduling patients, answering phone, assisting patients, day-to-day office duties.

Qualifications: No experience needed, but needs good people skills and a positive attitude. Customer service skills are a plus.

Hours: Tuesday 11:30am-6pm
Thursday 1:30-6pm

Starting in October I will need:
Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 9am-6pm for 6 weeks while my employee is on maternity leave.

Pay: $12/hour

Contact: Bryan Emerson
655 Craig Rd, Suite 155, Creve Coeur MO 63141

Part-time Clerical 6 Aug

Description: Clerical Assistance needed for scanning, sorting, filing, mailing for Grace & Peace Winter Shelter, a Christian hospitality ministry of Grace & Peace Fellowship. May start immediately; some work needs to be completed soon.

Qualifications: You will need to be trustworthy, comfortable with use of computer, data entry (Excel or similar), use of English for written and verbal communication, and have a willing heart and patience for the work.

Hours: 4-10 hours of work, which may be spread over 2-3 weeks, can be paid shortly after completing work. If mutually beneficial, up to 8 hours monthly additional work may be available through March 2019. Work location is 5574 Delmar Blvd. at the church building.

Pay: $10.50 per hour

Contact: Please send email with resume or list of work experience and some background about yourself, to

Part-Time Church Administrator 25 Jul

Description: New City Fellowship South, a multi-cultural church in South St. Louis City, is seeking a Church Administrator to serve the church 20 hours per week. The position includes providing general administrative coordination and support for the pastors and other ministry leaders, coordination in the areas of communication/church calendar, and project management. Ideally we would like this person to already be part of New City South or willing to become part of the church.

For more information or to learn how to apply, please visit:

Hours: Sunday morning for about 3 hours. Should be present for weekly staff meeting—time could be negotiated for the meeting based on availability. The remaining time would be flexible, but it would be helpful to have a fairly set schedule each semester.

Contact: Cliff Sodegren

Special Events Assistant 11 Jul

Title: Special Events Assistant
Area: President’s Office, Director of Special Events

Description: Under the supervision of the Director of Special Events the Special Events Assistant is responsible for day-to-day basic administrative responsibilities. Will write up bids and contracts, maintain client communication and manage events.

Qualifications: Ability to work nights and weekends and have a flexible schedule as necessary. Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously. Organized and self-motivated required. Must have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ and clear understanding of the University’s mission and core values. Bachelor’s degree preferred.

Hours: Part time employee- 5 to 15 hours per week negotiated with the Director of Special Events

Pay: $11.00

Contact: Submit resumes to

Library Assistant 11 Jul

The Covenant Seminary Library is hiring Library Assistants for the fall semester.

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

• 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 during semesters, including evening hours and occasional Saturday hours
• Public position in high-traffic area

To apply, submit a cover letter describing your interest in the position and your relevant qualifications, as well as a one-page résumé to no later than July 27, 2018.

Pay: $9.50/hr

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

House Cleaning 6 Sep

Description: looking for someone to help do typical house cleaning house work (vacuuming, floor cleaning, dusting, windows ext.

Qualifications: Good Attitude, consistent

Hours: Once a week for 4 hour minimum. longer / more often when we are having company over.

Pay: $15 / hr

Contact: RODNEY Jarboe
Next to Queeny Park

Janitor 31 Aug

Description: Cleaning, fixing, sweeping, and other projects are included.

-Some experience in similar jobs or with similar equipment is a plus
-Ability to climb stairs and work consistently for several hours at a time
-Ability to lift 25 lbs.
-An eye for detail
-Must pass background check

Hours: 10-15 hours per week, flexible on which days of the week.

Pay: $10/hr and up to $13/hr with experience

Contact: Todd Burdett

Painter / Laborer 28 Aug

Description: Part time opportunities with local home remodeling company. Variety of projects including painting/staining, basic construction tasks & support (based on experience & availability).

Qualifications: Basic home repair / construction / handyman skills. Painting / staining. Ideal but not necessary – experience or basic understanding of carpentry, plumbing, electrical, drywall and/or tile. Excellent work habits. Great attitude & enjoy serving others. Problem-solving skills. Self directed leadership. Good communication skills. Commitment to quality & detail-oriented. Own your own tools is preferred, but not required.

Hours: Flexible day time hours—depends on each project.

Pay: $12-15/hour (based on experience)

Contact: Bill Hughes
Brentwood MO

Window Cleaner 20 Aug

Description: Window cleaning, power washing, and gutter cleaning.

Qualifications: No experience necessary, will train. Must be able to work at height – on ladders and roofs. Must have own vehicle and be able to transport a collapsible ladder 5ft in length (most cars with fold down back seats work).

Hours: Morning (8-12) or afternoons (1-5) Monday through Saturday are available for work shifts. Hours will vary dependent on job size. Very flexible, can work with most school schedules. During summer increased hours available.

Pay: $12 hour to start, once trained can make $15-$20+ hour on commission.

Contact: Greg Robirds

Handyperson 17 Aug

Description: To be discussed. Helping to do light
duties around the house.

Qualifications: Desire to care for house and/or yard.

Hours: Various on occasion. To be discussed. Location on Conway, just a few minutes from Covenant.

Pay: To be discussed, depending on jobs

Contact: Jean Marglous
Please call for discussion and appt.
Nearby on Conway.

Part-time Custodian 15 Aug

Description: Westminster Christian Academy is currently seeking a Part-time Custodian to join our Facilities team.

The Custodian role is an entry-level position.

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

Hours: The work hours for this position will occur in the late afternoon and evening.

Pay: $11.75/hour

Contact: Meghan Goessling
800 Maryville Centre Dr.
Town & Country, MO 63017

Ditto Expansion Project- Part time / temporary job 15 Aug

Description: Ditto is looking for three to five hard working men to help with an expansion project. Interested workers will be helping with dry walling and other projects needed in our lower level. Project manager on site as well as all supplies and safety equipment. Just show up ready to work and fellowship with others who have a heart for Ditto.

Qualifications: Skilled workers a plus but not necessary.

Hours: Saturday hours from 8-12 or 8-4, until our project is finished. Work one Saturday or as many as needed.

Pay: $15- $20 an hour depending on skill level

Contact: Email with interest and include whether you are a skilled or unskilled worker. Limited spaces available.

Immediate Opening for a Machinist Helper: 31 Jul

Description: Take a break from the library and come get your hands dirty. Schaffner Machine Company (SMC) is looking for a part-time detail orientated candidate 18-24 hours/wk during the semester with a full time option available over the summer. Job responsibilities include material handling, light machining, and packing & shipping of parts.

Qualifications: No experience necessary, will train.

Hours: 18 to 24 hours a week. Shop hours are from 7am-9pm M-Th and 7am-1pm on Fri. There is some flexibility to work around a student’s schedule.

Pay: $12-$14/hr

Ideal for students with busy schedules who enjoy working with their hands.

To apply please send resumes to

Maintenance Position 3 Jul

Description: Covenant Presbyterian Church, a local PCA Church (about 5 minutes from Covenant Seminary) is currently looking to hire a part-time building maintenance position starting in Aug. 2018.

Qualifications: Applicants will need to be able to perform the following duties:
● Light electrical duties
● Light plumbing duties
● Light carpentry duties
HVAC filter Changes
● Painting
● Setup and cleanup for church and school events
● Outdoor work, (weeding, mulching, planting etc.)

Hours: 15 Hr/Week, times are flexible

Pay: Starting at $11.50/Hr

For additional information please contact:
Ben Collison at

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

Children’s Ministry Assistant 19 Sep

Description: South County Baptist Church is looking for a Children’s Ministry Assistant. This person will serve part-time under the Pastor to Students in the various children’s ministries of South County Baptist, including but not limited to: Children’s Sports (Saturdays and some days throughout the week), Kids’ Sunday School, Kids’ Worship, our trailer park backyard Bible club (2 hours early Tuesday evening), AWANA (2 hours each Wednesday evening), and a Sunday evening program to be developed.

Regarding Sports, we will have two leagues throughout the year and we often partner with other churches to have combined seasons. Futsal (indoor soccer) takes place in the fall and basketball in the winter.

- Be a committed follower of Jesus Christ who aligns with the faith and practices held by South County Baptist Church, as found on its website.
- Love children and families of the community and be willing to serve them with a ministerial heart and passion.
- Be a team player—willing to work with fellow ministry assistants under the leadership of the Pastor to Students.
- Be available to coordinate and meet with other local children’s sports leaders and the South County Baptist Pastor to Students on occasion to discuss vision and effectiveness of the children’s sports ministry.
- Greatly excel in organizational, leadership, and communication skills.
- Be able to heavily promote South County Baptist Church’s children’s ministries to the church and local community.
- Be able to recruit, train, and schedule several volunteers to coach, referee, serve concessions, operate A/V and scoreboard, lead devotions, and perform other duties necessary for an effective sports program.
- Have adequate capabilities in the use of modern communication methods such as social media, email correspondence, etc.
- Be able to drive.
- Be available to commit approximately 15-20 hours each week, many of which will be on Saturdays and Sundays, but some on Tuesdays and Wednesdays as well.
- Restock the church’s vending machine each week.
- Be opened to other duties as assigned by the Pastor to Students.
- Be willing to join South County Baptist Church for worship services on Sundays in order to build relationships with the children and families being ministered to (note: this does not require the candidate to become a member of South County Baptist Church, though that would be favored).
- Be willing to learn with a humble and eager spirit.
- Have an overall GPA of at least 2.5 and be in good standing with their institution.

No prior experience is required. Candidates that have a sports background are preferred, but this is not required. *Please note this is not just a sports management position; this is specifically a Christian ministry position that includes the element of sports ministry.

Hours: 15-20 hours / week- Sat. 9-10hrs, Sunday mornings- 4hrs, Sunday evenings- 1 hr, Wednesdays- 2 hrs, other days o the week for sports practices- 2-3hrs

Pay: $150/week

Contact: Josh Easter

Women’s Ministry Intern 13 Sep

Description: The Kirk of the Hills PCA is seeking a spiritually mature woman to assist in organizing a large weekly women’s Bible study, to facilitate the Kirk Women’s Council as they develop regular events, and to disciple female members as able.

- Desire to see women grow in the grace of the gospel
- Ability to speak wisdom into lives
- Good organizational and communication skills
- Effective in team setting
- Outgoing, warm demeanor
- Love for the lost and found, the rich and poor, the powerful and weak

Hours: 15-20 hours/week

Pay: Based on Experience

Contact: Ben Porter

Worship Director & Administrative Assistant (20hrs/week) 31 Aug

Description: Bayless Baptist church, a replanting / revitalizing church body in south St. Louis, is seeking a part-time Worship Director/Administrative Assistant who will work with the Lead Pastor to plan and lead the weekly worship gathering as well as provide administrative support for weekly ministry. In addition to being a competent instrumentalist and vocalist, this leader must have a shepherd’s heart with a desire to develop leaders, welcome skeptics, and care for the larger congregation for the glory of God and the good of our neighbor.

Qualifications: Proven faithfulness and willingness to grow in…
HUMILITY - welcoming ongoing direction and investment with a desire to empower others
GODLY CHARACTER - prioritizing personal rhythms of worship as well as accountability
LOVE FOR GOOD THEOLOGY - having an appetite and aptitude for sound doctrine seeking to affect our congregation with the gospel and God’s Word through our liturgy and programming
LOVE FOR DIVERSITY - helping our congregation to more intentionally reflect and reach the beautifully diverse demographic of our neighborhood
LOVE FOR SKEPTICS - creatively shaping our worship gatherings to be comprehensible and compelling for the skeptical and the unchurched
LOVE FOR THE CHURCH - eager to shepherd our replanting congregation with warmth and joy in their lives of worship
LEADERSHIP CAPACITY - strategically investing in volunteers as lead worshippers while uniting them with the overall vision of the church
ADMINISTRATIVE SKILL - ability to provide administrative support for our weekly ministries, requiring computer proficiency, clear communication, and attention to detail
MUSICAL SKILL - capacity to lead vocally and instrumentally as well as to direct other musicians in various music styles with the desire to cultivate high-quality aesthetics over time

Worship Director
• Leading the worship music on Sunday mornings
• With the direction of the Lead Pastor, ordering and then communicating the events of the worship service to volunteers
• Developing a team of musicians and vocalists to serve
• Creating a weekly practice time for team members to grow in unity and experience leading a variety of songs
• Overseeing the AV team

Administrative Assistant
• Leading the worship music on Sunday mornings
• Updating website with events, sermons, etc.
• Preparing and coordinating bulletin and email updates
• Resourcing Ministry Teams (Children’s, 1st Impressions, etc.) teams in light of their weekly needs
• Coordinating Sunday morning volunteers and special events

• Attend a 1.5 hour weekly shepherding meeting with other ministry leaders
• Assist lead pastor in follow-up and care of the congregation
• Potential preaching opportunities 4 times a year

• Boiler Room Prayer Huddle – 9:00am-9:15am
• Bible Study – 9:15am-10:15am
• Service – 10:45am-11:45am
Pay: $1000/month

Contact: Evan Skelton
8512 Morganford Road
St. Louis, MO 63123

Pastoral Internship 28 Aug

Description: Good Shepherd Pres, located 20-25 min from CTS in South County, seeks to hire a pastoral intern whose responsibilities could include frequent leading of the worship service, preaching (1x every 4-6 wks) and/or teaching Sunday school (either adult or younger), and other ministries based on the gifting of the intern. In the past six months Good Shepherd has been enjoying a beautiful season of renewal and revitalization with an increase in fellowship, generosity and attendance, with a renewed focus on Word and sacrament, kingdom prayer, leadership development, hospitality / neighbor love, and more kingdom prayer.

Qualifications: Essential is a deep enjoyment of (and desire to grow in) regular kingdom-focused prayer, both privately and with other church leaders and the congregation. Also essential is a love for hospitality and an ability to enjoy and dearly love a small congregation of wonderful young families, empty-nesters and elderly, many of whom are very young in their faith. Highly desirable is an ability to lead the service’s liturgy warmly and winsomely. Budding gifts of preaching or teaching are desirable. This position is open to both men and women, single or married. Preferred is a student in their 1st (or 2nd) year of seminary. The intern, their spouse (if married) and their children would all be regularly mentored and warmly enfolded by the leadership.

Hours: Negotiable

Pay: TBD. In addition to financial compensation, the church has a 2-bedroom manse on church property available for an intern with a small family (~$1200 value)

Contact: Nancy Meyer

Youth Minister Part-time 23 Aug

Description: Church Description: West Hills is a Gospel-centered church that glorifies God by living in authentic Christian community with one another, growing in spiritual maturity as disciples of Jesus, and serving the world missionally with the love of Christ. We are located in Town and Country (5 min. from Covenant Seminary), and serve families from all over St. Louis. We are a Reformed, evangelical church.

Position Description: We are seeking a Youth Minister (part-time, permanent, paid position) who will work with our Associate Pastor to oversee the ministry and love its students (grades 6-12). Responsibilities include but may not be limited to: teach weekly Wednesday night / Sunday morning lessons, lead small group discussions, 1-on-1 mentoring, organize/chaperone events, communicate with parents, oversee ministry volunteers, and vision-casting for the future of the ministry. This position will involve a commitment of ~15 hours per week, with compensation to include excellent ministerial experience and training, a monthly stipend (amount commensurate with experience and qualifications), and getting to be a rock star in the eyes of some cool middle and high schoolers.

Qualifications(in order of importance):
• Love God – (Mk. 12:28-30) As a ministry leader in the church, you need not only a sound testimony of having given your life to Christ in the past, but evidence of a healthy and growing relationship with Him in the present. First and foremost, the qualified candidate will love and pursue God passionately.
• Love Students – (Mt. 19:13-14) Clichés notwithstanding, we truly believe our young people are our future as a church, and our most worthy possible investment. The qualified candidate will possess a genuine heart for, an insightful mind towards, and relational giftedness with junior and senior highers.
• Love Ministry – (2 Tim. 2:1-2) Ministry is not a job, but a vocation; not one piece of a compartmentalized life, but a way of life itself. The qualified candidate will embrace this calling, demonstrating a desire and competency for helping students come to understand the gospel and be discipled up in the faith.
• Love Life – (Jn. 10:9-10) We want students to know that far from being restricting or dull, being a believer frees one up to experience newness of life, life to the fullest! The qualified candidate will exemplify an authentic zest for life, a contagious energy, and a joyful spirit.

Hours: 15 hrs;Wednesday nights, Sunday mornings

Pay: Commensurate with experience / qualifications

Contact: Will DuVal

Male Student Ministry Intern 10 Aug

Description: Where are you being called? How do you think God is going to best utilize you to further His Kingdom? We want to help you answer your call and provide a space for you to pursue your call. One of our greatest passions is raising up youth leaders who are passionate about making the Gospel accessible, desirable, and unforgettable among high school and middle school students and our hope is that you will join us in our efforts.

This internship is a great opportunity to get real ministry experience, fulfill your seminary requirements, and harness a passion for youth ministry. You would get to work alongside other seminary students, experienced youth workers, and worship among an amazing congregation at the Kirk.

You may not be called to do youth ministry forever, but we want to convince you otherwise. All we ask is that you have a heart to make the Gospel known among Middle School and High School students.

Hours: 10 hours/week (with opportunities for more hours at retreats, conferences, events)
Teaching – Sunday mornings/Sunday nights – 1 Hour
Discipleship – Sunday nights/Midweek – 4 Hours
Ministry Development – Weekly – 3 Hours
Applying Ministry Gifts – Weekly – 2 Hours

Pay: $10/Hour – Negotiable depending on experience

Contact: John Spencer

CSMSG YM Intern 10 Aug

Description: The Youth Ministry of the Church of St. Michael & St. George (CSMSG) is seeking to hire a very part-time (about 5 hours/week) male intern to do relational ministry with 6th-12th grade students. The intern would attend one of our weekly programs (either morning Sunday School or Sunday evening Youth Group), but would spend most of his time attending students’ school events and meeting them outside the church. This is a very flexible role with potential for other ministry opportunities (teaching, organization, planning, etc.).

The Relational Ministry Intern will further the mission of the youth ministry by reaching out to, connecting and engaging the youth and families of CSMSG outside of the walls of the church building.

1. A growing and personal relationship with Christ
2. A current seminary student or someone considering seminary
3. Desire to build relationships with and between young people
4. An ability and desire to connect with parents
5. Excellent communicator through all mediums (oral, written, digital, etc.)
6. Creative
7. Organized

Pay: $12/hour

Contact: Timothy Chapman, Youth Minister (CTS MDiv ’15), at

Youth Intern 1 Aug

Description: The goal of this position is to help the Jr. and Sr. High youth of Providence Presbyterian Church mature in their relationships with God in Christ and with one another.
Responsibilities include:
• Attending Sunday morning worship, Sunday school, and monthly fellowship lunches
• Teaching Sr. High Sunday school
• Leading/teaching Youth Group (comprised of Jr. and Sr. High students)

Qualifications: A strong commitment to and growing walk with Christ
- A commitment to the Reformed faith
- A love for young people
- Strong people skills
- Some youth ministry experience (preferred)

Hours: 15 hrs./week

Pay: $1000/mo.

Contact: Aaron Myers
10 Edwardsville Professional Park

City Church (EPC) – Children’s Ministry Director (Pre-school/Elementary) 31 Jul

Description: City Church (EPC) is a church that takes Jesus’ command to make disciples seriously, and this commitment extends in a distinctive way to the children of our congregation. The City Kids Co-director over Preschool and Elementary is a key player in making that vision for discipleship a reality so that we can fulfill our mission to see the Gospel of Jesus Christ shape lives of the city for the city. The primary responsibility of the City Kids Co-director (Preschool/Elementary) is to furnish the school-age children of City Church (along with their families) a safe, engaging, and interactive environment for age-appropriate discipleship and spiritual formation. This responsibility includes (but is not limited to): planning for and provisioning the City Kids’ Sunday School (volunteers, prepared materials, supplies, security and check-in/out procedures, environmental design, etc.); recruiting, training, and caring for a team of volunteers; creating opportunities for further connection for children and their parents outside of Sunday morning services; collaborating with the Co-director (Nursery) on ministry design and special events; maintaining a positive working relationship with the staff of LPA; and working with the Director of Community on holistic family discipleship.

•Fulfills the character qualifications for Deacon in 1 Timothy 3
•Firm understanding and commitment to the City Church vision
•Knowledge of best practices for ministry to school-age children
•Passion for discipleship of the young members of the church
•Ability to recruit, train, and lead volunteers
•Skill and confidence with Microsoft Office and online software tools
•Demonstrated ability to independently take initiative and meet needs
•Ability to connect vision with execution through personal discipline and proactively leading volunteers
•Creative and strategic problem-solving skills in a variety of contexts

Hours: 12-15 hours/week, inc. Tuesday in office, 9a-11a, Sunday 8a-11:30a

Contact: Mike Werkheiser
1908 Lafayette Ave., Saint Louis, MO 63104

Worship and Music Coordinator (WMC) Part-Time 27 Jul

Highland Hope United Methodist Church
Description: The Worship and Music Coordinator (WMC) directs, plans, evaluates and promotes worship in the life of the church to enable the congregation to experience God through music, drama, prayer, graphics, and video, etc.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
• Coordinate a comprehensive worship and music ministry for traditional/blended and contemporary settings while attending to the spiritual needs of the congregation
• Participate in the recruiting, auditioning and selection of vocalists, choir and/or band members as well as sound, light, and media volunteers
• Prepare for and direct rehearsals in collaboration with the Media Specialist, musicians, and vocalists
• Coordinate music for weddings, funerals and special events
• Assist in the purchase and maintenance of music, sound equipment, worship videos and software required for the preparation and execution of worship in collaboration with the Media Specialist
• Stay informed of current worship and music methods, material and ideas through the attendance of music clinics, workshops and conferences as provided by Highland Hope
• Collaborate with the leaders of Children, Youth and Student Ministries to provide opportunities for participation in a variety of worship experiences
• Other duties as assigned

• Education: Prefer Associates Degree
• A Committed Professing Christian
• Solid character and integrity
• Must possess leadership, team building, and people skills
• Play lead guitar and/or keyboard with proficiency
• Strong vocal skills are required
• Ability to lead worship in both a traditional/blended and a contemporary context
• Good organization and time management skills, reliable, punctual
• Prefer technical skills to utilize resources including computer systems, worship software, sound and light boards, etc.
• Preferred Foundation: experience leading worship for at least 1 year
• Must be able to lift 50 pounds
• Must pass criminal background check and drug-screening test

• The WMC will collaborate with other ministry leaders to prepare regular and seasonal worship services
• The WMC will evaluate the progress of the total church worship and music ministry quarterly and set goals and objectives for improvement annually in collaboration with the Pastor
• The WMC will attend Staff meetings
• The WMC will attend Church Council Meetings quarterly or when requested to provide information about worship, music opportunities, and needs
• The WMC communicates with the Treasurer to maintain an accurate account of finances and the budget related to the worship and music ministries of the church

Working Relationship
• This position is under the general supervision of the Directing Pastor with a liaison from the Staff Parish Relations Committee (SPRC)
• Compensation is recommended by the SPRC, and is approved by the Administrative Council
SPRC evaluation of this position will occur after 3 months, 6 months, and annually thereafter
• This position is employed “at will” and not by contract. Employment “at will” means the employee and HHUMC are free to terminate employment at any time without notice or reason

Pay: Negotiable based on experience

Hours: 15-20hours

Interested candidates should send their resume to the Directing Pastor along with a statement of spiritual background addressing the following:

1. Briefly share your spiritual journey
2. Briefly share your experience and context for leading worship
3. Briefly describe your practice of spiritual disciplines that help you maintain your relationship with the Lord and provide spiritual leadership to your worship team members

Application can be made via the Highland Hope UMC website at

A one-page resume and two letters of recommendation are required and may be emailed to

Upper Elementary Intern (3rd-5th grades) 25 Jul

Description: To assist the Director of Children’s Ministries, working as an integral part of a multi-staff team to carry out the mission and ministries of this suburban conservative church. This position will focus on work with children in Upper Elementary, grades 3 – 5.

We desire this position to be a place where our intern has room to create and use their gifts freely, with space to practice and apply learning in an unintimidating atmosphere.

- Sunday mornings: assist with Sunday School and Children’s Worship preparation, lead teaching in Sunday School as needed and in Children’s Worship on a rotation (as well as needed to sub)
- Sunday evenings: Prepare and teach Sunday evening lesson and coordinating activities to the Kirk Crew (3rd-5th graders)
- Assist with other events where Kirk Crew children are present, such as Date Nights, Fall Festival, Advent Workshop, and the Easter Egg Hunt
- Attend weekly team meetings, a time of planning and training
- Assist with the following administrative tasks: communicating with parents and volunteers, creating volunteer schedules, preparing Children’s resource table

- Articulates a testimony of a personal relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ
- Desires to come alongside Upper Elementary children to assist them in their discipleship and walk with the Lord
- Team player: able to prioritize work and help others as needed
- Communicates and works well with children, parents, peers, and team of pastors and church leaders
- Handles tasks and relationships with resilient, flexible, and winsome manner

Hours: Sunday mornings(scheduled so that you are in worship at least 2 times a month) and evenings.

Other hours are somewhat flexible. We will coordinate a time for weekly team meetings.

Pay: $10 per hour

Contact: Anna Johnson
314.434.0753 ext. 120

Worship Leader 25 Jul

Description: The Unity Baptist Church Worship Leader leads the church to worship through church services and other various worship opportunities. The Worship Leader leads both the church choir and the church member band. The Worship Leader gives primary leadership to the Sunday morning worship service, Sunday evening worship service, Wednesday evening rehearsals, and other various programs and opportunities that arise throughout the year. The Worship Leader is a member of the staff ministry team. The Worship Leader disciples the church by influencing church members, both young and old, to daily surrender their lives to the Lordship of Christ.

Qualifications: This person must be a Christian who is continually growing in their relationship with the Lord.

Prior experience leading worship is preferred, but not necessary.

Hours: On average 10-12 hours per week

Pay: $250 per week salary

Contact: Jarad Corzine
2500 St. Clair Ave
Granite City, IL 62040

Male Student Ministry Intern 26 Jun

Description: Central Presbyterian Church in Clayton is currently accepting applications for a part- time male intern for their Student Ministries’ Team

Qualifications: The ideal candidate must possess-
o A passion for reaching students with the Gospel of Jesus Christ
o Experience and expertise in engaging students in small and large group settings
o A willingness to help coordinate and facilitate events, and weekly programming
o A willingness to collaborate with the ministry coordinator, and any other ministry leaders, and submit to the leadership and oversight of Student Ministries leadership
o A somewhat varied schedule that can accommodate daytime and nighttime meetings/programming/events.
o A willingness to worship and engage in the community at Central Presbyterian Church

Hours: 20 hr/Week

Pay: Commensurate with experience

Contact: Karen Brown
Central Presbyterian Church
7700 Davis Drive
Clayton, MO 63105

Female Youth Ministry Intern (paid) 4 Jun

To minister to the female youth of Covenant Church (7th-12th grade) in a purposefully relational and thoroughly biblical manner that equips each teenager to know
and love Christ and His Bride, the Church.

1. Pursue and maintain close relationships and fellowship with our female youth. One-on-one relational ministry will be instrumental in this area.
2. Help lead the weekly youth Sunday school meetings.
3. Lead both a weekly Jr. High and a weekly Sr. High discipleship group on Wednesday nights.
4. Help lead all major youth events, trips, and retreats.
5. Participate in a weekly staff meeting for the Youth Ministry staff.
6. Assist the Assistant Pastor of Youth in planning, coordinating, and scheduling all youth activities. Provide administrative and creative support in appropriate areas.

Current seminary student preferred

2-3 year commitment

Start date: August

Some experience in relational ministry to youth or college students preferred

Ability to work well as part of a ministry team
20 hours/week

Contact: Greg Meyer

(4) Professional (positions with specific qualifications)  

Catering Staff 21 Sep

Description: This part-time position will help our staff prepare food, run register, set up and break down food for lunch and snack bar at Westminster Christian Academy. Prior experience in food service a plus but not required. Weekdays only with flex start and finish times between 7am-4pm. Currently have some seminarians on staff!

Qualifications: None required, we work with great people!

Hours: Weekdays only, flex start and finish times between 7am-4pm. Additional ‘on call’ weekend opportunities with the larger catering company to help with weddings and events.

Pay: $10 per hour, starting

Contact: Merry Madi
314-920-6481 (cell)

Middle School Long-Term English Subs 13 Sep

Description: Westminster Christian Academy is currently seeking a long-term Middle School English Substitute Teacher.

This is a full-time temporary position that will tentatively begin on October 1, 2018, and extend through March 2019. In addition to teaching responsibilities, the long-term substitute will also serve as a member of the 7th and/or 8th grade team, which entails acting as an academic advisory and monitoring and working with students during Connect class. The long-term sub will also attend parent/teacher conferences and other Middle School related events.

Founded in 1976 as an independent, coeducational school, Westminster Christian Academy provides a comprehensive college preparatory program for 975 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 as 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.

To apply, please complete our Teacher Application.

•Bachelor’s degree in education, English or related field
•Middle school English teaching experience
•Strong interpersonal skills; ability to relate to parents and faculty
•Strong leadership skills with a passion for students
•Strong and proven verbal and written communication skills
•Excellent organizational skills, flexibility, and attention to detail


Shift Manager at Chick-Fil-A 1 Aug

  • Participating operationally in day to day activities in high-volume fast-paced restaurant.
  • Offer the Team encouragement to stay true to 2nd Mile Service goals.
  • Offer immediate/respectful response to Guest’s needs.
  • Assist in training of new hires, set the tone for a shift, act as a role model for our team.
  • Be a friendly encouraging team player
  • Open and/or close, lead shifts, key holder.
  • Count Drawers and Finalizing Day.
  • Excellent Communication Skills both written and spoken.

Along with a competitive paycheck, you will work in a nurturing environment where you will continue to develop valuable business and people skills. You will be part of a High Performance Leadership Team where you will be encouraged and coached as a valued member of a supportive team.

Hours: Days or evenings. We are open from 6a.m to 10 p.m Monday-Saturday

Pay: $12.50-$14.00 per hour

Contact: Mark Simmonds
6180 Mid Rivers Mall Dr.
St. Peters MO

Reading and Math Support 26 Jul

Description: Under the direction of the Director of Curriculum and Assessment, responsibilities include providing direct instruction to students, individually or in small groups, to enable students to develop literacy and math skills.

Hours: To be determined

Pay: To be determined

Contact: John Roberts

Covenant Christian School
2145 N. Ballas Road
St. Louis, MO 63131

Physical Education Teacher 26 Jul

Description: To develop in each student an understanding of the relationship of good body function and exercise; to motivate each student to cultivate physical fitness, hygienic habits, and good social and emotional adjustment; to discover and develop talents of students in physical achievement; to develop strength, skill, agility, poise, and coordination in individual, dual, and team physical activities and sports, in accordance with each student’s ability.

Hours: Hours and days to be determined. The position requires 6 hours of teaching time plus time for class preparation.

Pay: To be determined

Contact: John Roberts

Covenant Christian School
2145 N. Ballas Road
St. Louis, MO 63131

Kindergarten Aide (PT) 26 Jul

Description: Perform essential responsibilities as assigned by the Kindergarten teacher while demonstrating patience, humility, integrity, and kindness.

Hours: 7:45 to noon on school days, plus required meetings.

Pay: To be determined

Contact: John Roberts

Covenant Christian School
2145 N. Ballas Road
St. Louis, MO 63131

Professional Tutor 9 Jul

Description: Meet 1-1 with high school math or science students to help them achieve their academic goals!

Ability to clearly tutor high school level math and or science
Relationally Savvy
Incredible Integrity
Very Responsible
A Servant’s Heart to Help Students

Hours: Flexible with your schedule!!!!

Pay: $30-$40 per hour!

Contact: Jacob Toman
Darr Tutoring, LLC
PO Box 31743

Before and After Care Group Leader 5 Jul

Description: Premier Charter School is currently seeking part-time candidates for group leaders and a administrative assistant for our before and aftercare program. This is a magnificent opportunity to get a foot in the door in a School of Character charter school. The hours are a perfect fit for college students, retirees, stay-at-home moms and dads, or people looking to get back into the workforce.

Candidates must have a high school diploma or GED, good communication skills, ability to work with a diverse team and knowledge of child development, and two years’ experience working with children in a similar setting. Candidates must also demonstrate ability to plan and implement developmentally appropriate activities, demonstrate ability to supervise students and implement policies and procedures already set, demonstrate ability to assume responsibility, respect confidentiality and demonstrate patience and compassion with school-age children.

Qualifications: 2+ to 5 years of experience
Age Groups: Grade School
Some high school
Candidates need to be able to submit/attach a resume.

We would like for candidates to be First aid and CPR certified, but it is not required. Candidates should also have some experience in working with children (preferably school aged).

Hours: Typical part-time hours for the group leaders are Monday – Friday with a 6 or 7:00 a.m. start time until 8 – 8:30 a.m. end time and 3:15 p.m. start time until 5:30/6:00 p.m. end time. The administrative assistant will assume the same hours with additional time to assist the director with clerical work.

Pay: Salary is $10 – $14 per hour based on experience. Those willing to work 5 days per week both morning and afternoon shift will be compensated with a higher hourly rate.

Contact: Josh Lydon
314.645.9600 ext. 114

RN Care Manager 20 Jun

Description: The RN Care Manager works with private-duty clients and their families to ensure that their care needs are being met. Whether in their own homes, residential living, or acute care settings, the Care Manager provides consistency, advocacy, and oversight.

Needs to have solid clinical background as well as good interpersonal and communication skills. Also needs to be self-directed and organized. Computer skills necessary.

Qualifications: License: Registered Nurse

Experience: 5yrs RN experience; Care Management experience is preferred but not required.

Hours: Flexible hours; typically M-F

Contact: Catharine Matthews
12882 Manchester Rd, Ste 201
St. Louis, MO 63131

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

Nanny 19 Sep

Description: Looking for someone to care for two 8 month old baby boys during the day. Responsibilities would include feeding them breakfast and lunch, giving bottles, playing, diaper changing and light housework.

Qualifications: Loves babies, Previous nanny/babysitting experience, CPR/First Aid certified (we will pay for class if not certified)

Hours: 8:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
We would like two days a week covered. We would prefer Wednesdays and Fridays, but we could also do Tuesday or Thursday depending on your schedule.

Pay: Negotiable

Contact: Amanda Brandt
St. Peters, MO

Nanny for Shaw neighborhood family 19 Sep

Description: Nanny needed in the Shaw neighborhood for 5-month old baby girl starting February 2019. Would like at least two days per week, prefer four full days. No additional duties required!

Qualifications: Prior babysitting/nanny experience preferred, specifically with infants. Infant CPR class preferred (will pay for course.)

Hours: Flexible on start/stop time, but would like a full 8ish hour day. Suggested 8-4pm. Also flexible on days depending on availability of 2-4 days per week.

Pay: $10/hour

Contact: Molly Lewis
Shaw, St. Louis City

Child care 10 Sep

Description: We have four children, ages 5-13. Three attend school and our 5 year old stays at home. We are looking for someone that could be available to watch our 5 year old occasionally during the day time and occasionally all 4 some evenings, all within our home. Looking for trustworthy individual that loves to play with kids!

Qualifications: Previous child care experience. Love of children. Has reliable transportation.

Hours: 5-10 hours/week. Potential for more hours.

Pay: $14/hour

Contact: Aaron & Bethany Rye
O’Fallon, MO

Sweet Babysitter needed! 6 Sep

Description: Hello there – My family just moved to Clayton. We have a 14 month old son. We are looking for regular childcare on Mondays and Wednesdays, also nights and weekends on occasion.

Qualifications: Must love children and have experience babysitting. Must have the energy to play outside with our son and lift 30 lbs

Hours: Mondays and Wednesdays from 3pm-6pm and Thursdays from 9-3. Also nights and weekends on occasion.

Pay: 15/hr

Contact: Betsy Toney
Clayton, MO

Nanny/Babysitter 4 Sep

Description: Looking for a caring, responsible, energetic and organized person to help take care of our 3 children (ages 7, 11, 12). Responsibilities would include preparing meals/snacks, playing, supervising homework (help as needed), driving to/from activities, light kitchen clean up, folding laundry, grocery shopping, dog walking, etc.

Qualifications: Past babysitting and/or nannying experience, first aid/CPR certification would be nice but not required. Must have safe driving record.

Hours: Mondays and/or Thursdays (sometimes both) after school/evenings and occasional weekends. Could be opportunities for other days/nights as well. The job hours can be scheduled around the “ideal candidate availability”, so schedule could vary.

Pay: Negotiable, plus gas money

Contact: Melissa Margraf
Ladue area – close to Covenant Seminary

Nanny- Universtiy City 4 Sep

Description: Full-time nanny needed for 10-month-old baby boy from mid-September to mid-October.

Qualifications:Prior childcare experience preferred

Hours: 9:00am-5:30pm, Monday-Friday

Pay: $600/week

Contact: Taylor Cyr
University City

Part-time Nanny 4 Sep

Description: A loving, Christ-centered individual to care for our 3-year-old and 8-month old in our home in Kirkwood.

Qualifications: Experience with babies and children required

Hours: Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Only during the school year. All school holidays and summer off.

Pay: $80/day

Contact: Tia Wilson
Kirkwood, MO

Nursery Staff at Twin Oaks Presbyterian Church 31 Aug

Description: We are looking for people who love Jesus to nurture and play with our covenant children ages 6 weeks to 4 years old. This role would also include light cleaning and diaper changing.

Qualifications: Background check required. Must be 18 years or older.

Tuesdays 8:30a-12:30p
Wednesdays 5:30p-8:45p
Sundays 8:30a-12:30p
Applicant can work any or all shifts.

Contact: Elizabeth Kerens

Part Time help with Kids for before and after school 28 Aug

Description: Our home is right off of Conway Rd less than a1 Mile from your campus.
  • We are looking someone that can help from 6:45 till 9 am for drop off and 3:30 – 6 pm for pickup and helping with homework and sports needs. *We are very flexible for times when you may have test or events but would like to have a set schedule.

- Good with Kids 13 Cahrlie, 10 Sophia, 8 Handsome Henry haha
-Help with School work as needed
- Help get them ready for school and lunches
- Help get them water and snack when they get home and start homework
- Reliable car that can fit 4 kids if needed
- Able to drop off or pickup at sports as needed
- Help keep house organized and ready for the evening
Would like to have someone for 2 years if possible

Hours: Monday thru Friday
6:45 – 8:45 am
3:30 – 6 pm (flexible)

Pay: $12.00 – $15.00 per hour (experience)

Contact: Jeff Fischer
(1 Mile from Campus)

Morning Nanny 23 Aug

Description: We are looking for someone to be with our children in the morning and take the kids from our home (near covenant seminary at Manchester and Barrett Station Rd) to school in Desperes (~8 minutes away down manchester). Duties include serving breakfast, unloading dishwasher, folding laundry occasionally and prepping kids’ lunches.

Qualifications: Safe driver, has own transportation, warm and caring with children while able to keep them on scheduling and moving

Hours: Mon – Friday 7.00 am – 8.30 am
If only a couple days a week are desired, we are flexible on days.

Pay: $30 per morning

Contact: Sue Ellen Minich

Nanny 21 Aug

Description: Nanny for one day a week for family living in Chesterfield Missouri from 9am-4pm. Assist with care for 1 year old boy and other duties around the house (laundry, cleaning etc).

Qualifications: Outgoing, caring, compassionate and flexible

Hours: 9-4pm or a couple of half days. Flexible on the day of the week.

Pay: $15/hr

Contact: Catherine Holohan
Chesterfield MO

Babysitter 20 Aug

Description: Take care of an 11 year old while helping her with her school work

Qualifications: Babysitting experience

Hours: Mondays, Wednesdays and some Fridays from 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm

Pay: $8.50 per hour

Contact: Esther Herrera

Part-time Nanny 17 Aug

Description: We are looking for a responsible, caring after school nanny for our 3 children (ages 12,11,7).

Qualifications: Nanny/babysitting experience
Good driving record

M- 2:45-5:30
T- 2:45-4:45
W- 2:45-5:30

Pay: $12-15/hour

Contact: Aqsa Majeed
Creve Coeur- Close to Covenant

Aftercare Worker 17 Aug

Description: Aftercare Program at Kirk Day School on Ladue Road just 5 minutes from campus.
Spend time with the students, helping them with homework as needed, but mostly just playing with them.

Qualifications: Experience working with children in a school setting would be great.

Hours: 3:00-5:30 on all school days, especially Monday and Friday.
There is some flexibility in those hours if you need to be a bit late or leave a bit early because of classes.

Pay: $11.25 an hour

Contact: Stephen Dillon

Covenant Church Nursery Thursdays 15 Aug

Description: Childcare for church nursery during Thursday morning Bible Study-Covenant Pres. -Close to campus

Qualifications: Enjoy young children, provide safe and happy environment, pass background check

Hours: Thursdays 9:15-11:15

Pay: $30

Contact: Kim Vander Velde
Covenant Presbyterian Church
2143 N. Ballas Road
St. Louis MO 63131

Memorial Presbyterian- MOPS Program 15 Aug

Description: Memorial Presbyterian Church is starting a chapter of MOPS for Saint Louis city. We need childcare workers every other Thursday from 9:30-11:30 AM beginning September 6th.

Future dates include:
September 6 & 20
October 4 & 18
November 1 & 15
December 6 & 20
January 10 & 24
February 7 & 21
March 7 & 21
April 4 & 18
May 2 & 16

Pay: $15/hour.

For more information and to request an application, please contact Karen Kallberg (

Nanny 15 Aug

Description: Super sweet 7 month old baby girl in need of caretaker while mom & dad, who both work at a church, are away. Minor help with housework occasionally (dishes, dinner prep, etc)

Hours: Daytime hours are needed (8-4ish) but we can be somewhat flexible with the time if need be.
two options…..
Mon & Wed only OR
Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs

Pay: $12/hour


Part-Time Nanny 15 Aug

Description: Part-time nanny position available for 11 and 13 year olds in University City. Job includes daily after school pick up, supporting homework, and cooking family dinner along with once a week picking up pre-ordered groceries and doing children’s laundry. Some weeks may require additional hours, but minimum 9 hours a week promised. Pay is $15/hour. Car required. Please apply via email; provide resume and three references with at least one that speaks to your previous child care experience.

Qualifications: Previous experience with children preferred. Good driving record and car needed. Background check required. A patient, loving, fun and firm care giver is best suited to the job.

Hours: Mondays through Wednesdays and occasionally Thursdays
3:00 – 6:00 PM.

Pay: $15/hour

Contact: Joy Gebhardt
Email resume and three references to Joy. Address shared upon hiring.

Companion for Elderly 15 Aug

Description: Alumnus of Covenant has a Home Health-Care Agency in STL with openings right now for Christian men and women companions.

Qualifications: No medical skills necessary but must be patient, kind and loving w/the elderly. Opportunities to lead someone to the Lord or strengthen their walk in their latter days.

Pay: Start $9-10 during probationary period

Hours: Full-Time, Part-Time, Occasional Fill-In available.

If interested, please contact Candy @ or 314-739-0345.

Babysitting 13 Aug

Description: We are looking for a babysitter to watch our 1.5 year old on Thursdays at our U City home. Minimum hours needed are 12-5, but 10-5 is preferable. There are opportunities for more hours during the week if available.

Qualifications: Some childcare experience required. Looking for someone who will actively play and engage with our daughter.

Hours: Thursday 12-5

Pay: $50/day

Contact: Jesse Civello

Personal Assistant/Nanny 10 Aug

Description: I am looking for someone who is willing to be a jack of all trades. A visually impaired mom needs help getting her children on the bus, including fed breakfast. Once the kids are gone, she needs help with errands and housecleaning. When the errands and housework are done, you are off until 330 when the kids need to be picked up at the bus stop, help doing homework and making them dinner. Location is Ballwin.

Hours: Help is needed from 7am-11ish and then again from 3:30-6pm on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

Pay: $250/week

Contact: Amy Toman

Nursery 10 Aug

Description: Looking for Childcare Assistants for all shifts, especially Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 8:30-11:30 am.

Qualifications: Must love children, practice kindness, and be able to follow basic health and safety protocols.

Hours: Shifts are about 3 hours. Staff works between 1 and 5 shifts per week.
Sunday AM 8:30-11:45am
Sunday PM 4:45-7:30pm
Tuesday 8:30-11:30am
Thursday 8:30-11:30am (monthly)
Friday 5:45-8:45 pm (monthly)

Pay: $10/hour

Contact: Leah Jakes
The Kirk of the Hills
12928 Ladue Road
St. Louis MO 63141

After-Care Workers Needed 8 Aug

Description: Central Christian School in Clayton, MO is looking for individuals to help lead its After Care program for the 2018-2019 school year. The After School program averages 50 children a day spanning grades JK-6th. Children in the program participate in enrichment classes, study time, crafts time and play time.

Workers in the program will be asked to:
• Ensure the safety/well-being of the children in the program
• Model Godly attributes to all children at all times.
• Plan and direct activities, classes and games
• Interact and engage with children

• Prior experience working with children
• A demonstrated ability to connect with and lead children
• Strong interpersonal skills
• Enthusiasm
• Punctuality

Hours: M-F from 3:00-6:00 PM (flexible scheduling available).

Pay: $11.25/hr

Contact: Send resume to: Hannah Whittaker – After Care Director-
Central Christian School
700 S. Hanley Rd. Clayton, MO 63105

Nanny 7 Aug

Jick family:
Parents- Sharon and Elia
2 kids- Ethan 15yrs & Ellie 13yrs

Location- Ladue, right off 170 and Ladue Rd (Close to Covenant!)

Duties- picking the kids up from school, taking them to their activities, helping them with homework and being creative with Ellie, who loves to be crafty. Occasionally some minimal house work/grocery shopping for the kids.

Qualifications: Prior nanny experience or experience with kids/teens in another capacity.

Hours: Tuesday-Friday: 3-6pm

Pay: Ranges from $15-$20/hr (paid weekly)

Contact: Sharon Jick at (417)838-6685
Or email

Sitter for 2 Children 6 Aug

Description: We are looking form someone to help me with our two children in the mornings Mon – Thu (7.30 – 9.30 am) and in the evenings on Mon and Thu (4-7 pm). Please help with homework, driving them to/from after school activities and help with keeping their areas clean.

Qualifications: Safe driver, has own transportation, warm and caring with children while able to keep them on scheduling and moving

Mon – Thu 7.30 am – 9.30 am
Mon & Thu 4 pm – 7 pm

Pay: $13/hr


Babysitter 6 Aug

Description: South City family looking for an in-home sitter for our 3 year old son on Monday afternoons/evenings.

Hours: It will typically be 2-5:30. (May extend to 6:00 some days, depending on work schedules.)

Pay: $35/day. (Extra for extended days.)


Childcare Worker Needed 1 Aug

Description: Classical Conversations ( South County/Arnold campus is looking for an experienced Mom or caretaker to serve in the nursery (babies to 2 years old). We meet at First Baptist Church in Arnold. The program includes but is not limited to outside time, picture books and free play. You will be working with a recent homeschool graduate.

Background check, references and a personal interview is required. Please note: The program goes from September 6 to December 6 and then from January 17 to April 11th.

Qualifications: This person needs to have a warm welcoming spirit and able to implement a toddler program/schedule.

Hours: Thursdays from 9 to 12 pm starting on September 6th.

Pay: $40 for the morning

Contact: If interested please contact: Beth Werkheiser (314) 630-9434

Aftercare Manager for Covenant Christian School 31 Jul

Description: This position supervises and monitors students in grades PK3 - 6th grades after school. It would also track times the students participate in the program.

Qualifications: A Christian Testimony of faith. Experience in caring for children. Communicate well with parents.

Hours: Monday – Friday from 3:20pm – 5:30pm

Pay: 12/hr

Contact: Shauna Collison

2145 North Ballas Road
Saint Louis, MO 63131

Nanny 30 Jul

Description: Nanny for a family of 6 kids, ages 4-15 and a puppy. Responsibilities include caring for and having fun with the kids, help with homework, occasional transportation of some of the kids, cooking, house cleaning, laundry, meal prep, grocery shopping and other errands.

Qualifications: Non-smoker, experience with kids, must have own vehicle, CPR training a plus

Hours: Weekly, Wednesday – Friday, 7:30am – 6:00pm

Pay: $15/hour

Contact: Barrett Anderson 314-691-2855

After School Nanny 26 Jul

Description: After School Nanny for a 9 year old boy and a 3 year old girl. You would be responsible for picking up my son at the Wilson School at 3:30 pm each day and taking him to our home in Ladue. You would watch both kids until I get home at 5:30.

Qualifications: Reliable, kind and cheerful personality. Good driver. Be a positive influence on my children, for example, be happy to see them, interested in their day at school, be encouraging and warm.

Hours: Monday – Friday. 3:30pm to 5:30pm.

Pay: Discuss upon interview

Contact: Miechele Catt

In Home Childcare 25 Jul

Description: We are expecting our first child in August and are looking for an in-home childcare option to begin mid-October. My wife and I both work for a church and are looking for a loving family to care for our infant while we are at work 3-4 days a week (preferably in the University City area). Please contact us if you are interested!

Hours: 3-4 days per week, approximately 8:00am – 5:00pm

Pay: To be agreed upon

Contact: Bryce Van Deraa
(708) 927-5929

Care for Elderly Husband 13 Jul

Description: Need someone to watch my husband a few hours a week so I can run errands.

Qualifications: My husband had a stroke and trouble remembering to use his walker. Caring and honest

Hours: Mornings a few hours a week

Pay: $15 per hour

Contact: Virginia (Ginnie) Schaeffer

Afterschool Nanny: 11 Jul

Description: We are looking for a reliable, patient, and fun individual to care for our 7 year old daughter after school. This individual will pick her up from school (< 2 miles from Covenant Seminary campus), drive her home (Clayton) or to various after-school activities. Other duties include helping with after-school-snack preparation, homework, or otherwise facilitating afternoon fun.

Hours: Typical Hours: 3:00pm – 5:00pm M-F
Weekday morning assistance will also be intermittently needed.
(Available immediately for after day-camp care for the remainder of Summer)

Contact: Tobi at (314) 283-4399

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Host/Hostess 21 Sep

Description: Full/Part Time Host/Hostess openings at The Crossing, a fine-dining restaurant in Clayton.

Qualifications: Experience preferred but not essential. Must maintain good phone etiquette and presentable manner.

Please apply in person- The Crossing Restaurant
7823 Forsyth Blvd, Clayton

Part-time Order Picker/Packer 21 Sep

Description: Concordia Publishing House currently has a couple of part-time Order Picker/Packer openings in its Distribution Center. This job is responsible for accurately picking and packing product to fill orders. The Order Picker/Packer is responsible for order accuracy and product quality, as well as packing the order for safe shipment and delivery of undamaged product to the customer.

Qualifications: The ideal candidate will have a strong attention to detail, be comfortable using technology, and must be able to lift up to 50 lbs and stand/walk for extended periods of time. Prior experience working in a warehouse environment or using material handling equipment is preferred

Hours: The schedule can be flexible with hours available between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday-Friday.

Pay: $12 per hour


Field Representative with the Susan B. Anthony Organization 2 Aug

Description: Pro-life individuals go door-to-door in their communities to encourage the pro-life vote this fall. Will ask select voters a 3 question survey about abortion.

Qualifications: Must be pro-life, and have a data plan on phone in order to use the survey app.

Hours: Hours are completely flexible per week (0-40) depending on individual schedules.

Pay: $10 per hour (with a $100 bonus if you work 20+ hours in a week, and gas mileage is reimbursed)

Contact: Madeleine Castle

Route Driver- Shoeman Water Projects 13 Jun

Description: Responsible for operating vehicles used to transport materials, equipment and supplies. All work to be completed under the general supervision of the Executive Director.

• Operates delivery van, pick-up truck or similar vehicles with and without trailers
• Performs pre- and post-trip vehicle inspections
• Records data relating to vehicles, routes, trips, and loads
• Keeps accurate records and reports of inventory, shipments, maintenance, supplies, transactions and other data as directed
• Schedules pick-ups and deliveries
• Deliver and collect anything associated with shoe drives
• Develop and maintain relationships with current and prospective customers
• Unload/load vehicles and containers
• Inventory organization and control
• Maintains safe and efficient operation of equipment, and supplies
• Ensures inbound and outbound shipments are accurately recorded
• Inspects inventory and stock for quality variances
• Maintains a safe and clean work environment and conditions
• Performs assigned responsibilities safely and efficiently
• Such other duties as assigned

Key Competencies:
• Able to work effectively in a fast paced environment
• Excellent interpersonal, listening, and oral communication skills
• Excellent time management, organizational and documentation skills
• Excel at using IPAD & Smart Phone applications
• Inventory management and control skills
• Trustworthy and dependable
• Understands and follows safety rules and practices
• Excellent driving skills and clean driving record
• Driving familiarity of St. Louis, Missouri/Illinois metropolitan area and surrounding counties
• Strategic and critical thinking skills
• Self starter
• Drug Free – initial and random drug & alcohol testing

Educational, Technical, Physical Skills
• High School Diploma or Equivalent
• Ability to lift and move a minimum of fifty (50) pounds all day long.

Contact: Yolanda DePrater, Executive Director