Job Opportunities

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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 studentlife@covenantseminary.edu know so that we may remove it from our list?

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Please know that even though this job board is intended for Covenant Seminary students, the listing will be posted on Covenants’ internal website as well as external. If it is important to you to hire only Covenant students, please take care to ask prospective applicants to confirm their student status.

DISCLAIMER Regarding Childcare:

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.

CATEGORY

(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)  

Administrative Assistant 25 Apr

Where: The Covenant Presbyterian Church, 2143 N Ballas Rd. St. Louis, MO 63131

What: Covenant Presbyterian Church is looking for an Administrative Assistant who would welcome and greet visitors with warmth, assist with planning events, handle general administrative tasks, and serve the overall mission of the church. We are looking for this person to begin working in the middle of August 2016.

Qualifications:
• Love for Jesus and his church
• Administrative gifts
• Good communication skills
• Able to engage with people and with tasks
• A team player

Hours:
• Required hours are 32 hours per week, Monday-Friday (benefits not available)

More Information:
• E-mail your resume and references to Sharon Canavan at scanavan@cpcstl.org, or call 314-432-8700

Stephen Ministries—Operations Assistant 20 Apr

Full and part-time opportunities are available (in St. Louis metro area) for bright, hardworking, personable individuals who enjoy physical work and like serving “behind-the-scenes”. Work with other highly intelligent, dedicated, and mission-oriented individuals, receiving in-coming shipments, shipping customer orders, assembling mailings, loading trucks, and doing light facility maintenance at this well-respected not-for-profit religious training and publishing organization in St. Louis County.

The right candidates will exhibit organizational skills, attention to detail, and the ability to handle multiple tasks at once. Qualified candidates will also demonstrate strong interpersonal and communication skills and should be able to represent the organization well to both customers and vendors. Successful candidates must be kind, assertive, team-oriented self-starters, who can quickly learn all about our products and procedures. A four-year college degree is preferred. 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 events is a possibility.

Exceptional professionals will find working at this organization provides 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 do significant, meaningful work

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 and online submissions not accepted. Please include academic information, including grades and test scores at all levels.

Production Associate 13 Apr

Looking for an energetic, ambitious and reliable full-time production associate at Cheree Berry Paper, a design firm that specializes in custom stationery and other paper products located in Clayton, Missouri. The ideal candidate is a perfectionist, someone who is meticulous about his/her work. Candidate must have an interest in the creative industries, strong organizational skills, the ability to multitask multiple projects at one time, a strong attention to detail/quality control, and a willingness to work hard in a fast-paced environment. Art major preferred, but not required.
Responsibilities will include, but not be limited to, organizing samples, packaging products, sourcing materials, stuffing, stamping and lining envelopes, filing, and assisting with other CBP needs as requested. Mode of transportation required. Short probationary period and/or test project may be required.

About Cheree Berry Paper
Cheree Berry Paper is a graphic design firm that specializes in creating innovative, luxury stationery products and designs with a focus on wedding invitations. The CBP team has been recognized time and again for its expertise in creating whimsical and clean designs with unexpected details, bold graphics and vibrant colors. Other strengths of the team include typeface execution, creative copywriting, and designing products that are interactive and carry an element of surprise. http://www.chereeberrypaper.com/

Please send resume to Meg Rathert (mrathert@chereeberry.com).

Director of Client Care: 6 Apr

Flexible hours. Part time.
Requirements: 1. Impeccable integrity. 2. Relationally savy 3. Ability to respond to calls/texts and emails promptly.
Email info@darrtutoring.com with resume.

Darr Tutoring LLC
www.darrtutoring.com

Executive Ministry Assistant 21 Mar

The Executive Ministry Assistant provides ministry support to the Lead Pastor, Ministry Staff and Ministry Leaders. Areas of responsibility comprise a mixture of regular and ongoing duties as well as special projects and assignments.

Work flow and priority are to be determined collaboratively with the Lead Pastor during regular weekly meetings.

Areas of Responsibility:
-Publication/Communication
-Oversee, develop and administrate the communication processes within the Church
-Create weekly bulletin and newsletter
-Create announcement slides for weekend services
-Provide social media integration: update the church website, Facebook and Twitter accounts per communication plans
-Provide graphic design and support to church initiatives, ministries.
-Compose all church correspondence and send via email and mail as necessary.

Administrative:
-Database: Maintain and update church data in FellowshipOne database
-Process weekly contribution information
-Coordinate financial information with Church Treasurer
-Maintain the central church calendar (online via googledocs)
-Maintain church records and documents (online via googledocs)
-Produce reports and documents as requested
-Respond to email, voicemail and written requests appropriately as necessary and required.
-Provide ministry support as necessary and possible, to approved requests from ministry leaders. (Approved by Lead Pastor)

General office administration: process mail, purchasing supplies, maintain office equipment.
Qualifications:
Be proficient in InDesign, PowerPoint, PicMonkey, Creationswap, Microsoft Word, Excel, Googledocs
Hours: The Executive Ministry Assistant is a regular part time support staff professional position. A standard work week is approx 5-10 hrs with a cap 15 hours maximum.

The Lead Pastor supervises the Executive Ministry Assistant. A written performance review will take place annually.

Work Schedule:
Certain areas of responsibility require that work be done on site during the week. The work schedule is flexible and is to be built in collaboration with the Lead Pastor around his needs and requirements. Remote work is allowed via an established schedule communicated to the Lead Pastor or Supervisor, and upon his approval.

Documentation of hours worked per week is required and is the responsibility of the Executive Ministry Assistant and subject to approval of the Supervisor prior to pay.

Pay: Pay ranges from $12-15/hour. DOE.
The Groves Church : info@groveschurch.com or 314-962-7330
9220 Big Bend Blvd
Webster Groves, MO 63119
http://groveschurch.com/

General Office – Clerical 9 Mar

Evangelical Christian wealth management company seeking a detailed oriented person for part-time work. We are Crown certified counselors and follow Dave Ramsey principles. Please contact us for more details.

Qualifications: College degree

Contact: jeannie@convergentwm.com

http://www.convergentwm.com/home

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

Student Needed in Housekeeping Services 3 May

DESCRIPTION:
Our Housekeeping Services team is currently seeking one student for on-campus employment to start immediately. These positions consist of cleaning campus public buildings by vacuuming, mopping, dusting, hauling garbage, and other similar tasks. The opening is for approximately 20 hours per week. The work is done after business hours between 5:00PM and 10:00PM, Monday through Friday. Previous cleaning experience helpful but not required.

REQUIREMENTS:
Physical requirements for these positions include: the ability to bend, squat, work on feet for 3-5 hours, lift and carry 15-20 lbs., sustain continuous motion (sweep, mop, scrub, vacuum), climb stairs, and sustain continuous weight of vacuum.

Other requirements include: the ability to understand and consistently follow instructions, communicate effectively, maintain confidentiality, and work alone for 3-5 hours.

INTERESTED?
Please send your resume as soon as possible to tim.messer@covenantseminary.edu. In your email, please indicate: 1) the date you could start employment; and 2) the reason why you’re a good fit for the position. International students are encouraged to apply.

Spring and Summer Yard Work 2 May

Cut, Clean-ups, Mulching, Weeding, etc…
Pay: $25/hour
Work will vary from week to week.
August: 6 hours per week, Range 4-12/week
Days vary and hours are flexible
We supply all tools and materials
Contact: William Pepmueller 314.966-2121 or billpepmueller@yahoo.com

Yard Helper 2 May

Help owner with yard work, including weeding, planting, raking, trimming and mulching. Some lifting (like bags of mulch..Experience doing yard work is helpful and like being outdoors.
Hours: About 3 hours once a week. Times very flexible.
Pay: $12.50 / hour
Contact: Petie (Virginia) McKinley petiemckinley@gmail.com or 314-398-7153

Painter -Carpentry 26 Apr

Home remolding in west county . Work consist of painting light carpentry and general labor.

Qualifications: Painting skills reacquired , general knowledge of all tools are needed. Hand tools for carpentry and demolishing to install new kitchens and baths. Tile work experience would be helpful.

Hours: Full or part time will be considered
Pay: $10-14 Per hour
Contact: Bryan Stabile brycoservice@yahoo.com or 314.308.1958

Summer/Fall Position: Immediate Opening: 26 Apr

Take a break from library and come get your hands dirty. Schaffner Machine Company (SMC) is looking for a full time detail orientated candidate during the summer break. This position can transition to 18-24 hours/wk when the semester begins. Job responsibilities include material handling, light machining, and packing & shipping of parts. SMC is located 15-20 minutes away from campus near the St. Louis Airport. Flexible schedule is ideal for students with busy schedules who enjoy working with their hands. Shop hours are from 7am-9pm M-Th and 7am-1pm on Fri. There is some flexibility to work around a student’s schedule.

No experience required, will train. Prior history of manual work is a plus. Pay: $10-12/hr. Apply at http://www.schaffnerco.com/employment.html.

Job Opening: Housing Maintenance Staff – Part Time 31 Mar

What: The Seminary’s Housing Maintenance team is currently seeking a student for on-campus employment beginning immediately. This position consists of making repairs in our on-campus student apartments and houses, as well as performing various tasks and projects to get vacant apartments ready for new residents. Previous experience in any of the following areas is preferred but not required: plumbing, appliance repair, electrical, carpentry, HVAC, and painting.
When: The position is for approximately 20 hours/week, which can be flexible around school schedules and other commitments, but generally hours must be worked Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. Extra hours are often available during school breaks.
Physical Requirements: The ability to bend, squat, work on feet for 8 hours, lift and carry 50-75 lbs., operate a vehicle, work from ladders, and sustain continuous motion (such as using tools).
Other Requirements: The ability to understand and consistently follow instructions, communicate effectively, maintain confidentiality, and work alone or with others. A background check will also be required.
To Apply: Please send your resume and a list of references to joe.peterka@covenantseminary.edu.

Interior Painting 28 Mar

Great room, small dining room, hallway and ceilings.

Qualifications: Experience and references

Hours: Week days, preferably not weekends. Work to be done in 2 -3 days
Pay: Negotiable

Contact: Maggie Shields missmaggiebee@msn.com or 636-405-2785

Location: Wildwood (Manchester/109)

Lawn / Yard Care 28 Mar

Avenues Counseling, located in Richmond Heights, is looking for someone to take care of our lawn and yard maintenance needs. Includes cutting lawn, edging, and regular clean up.

Qualification: We need a dependable and trustworthy person to take this job. Someone who has experience cutting grass and yard maintenance.
Hours: 1X a week during the growing months and then every other week. Start soon until the end of summer. Can take care of lawn/yard needs at your convenience.
Pay: $30 per cut
Contact: Lianne Johnson lianne@avenuescounselingcenter.org or 314-443-4069
1612 S. Big Bend Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63117
www.avenuescounselingcenter.org

Window Cleaner 22 Mar

Cleaning windows and gutters for residential and commercial customers.

Qualifications: Must have reliable transportation that can carry a ladder that collapses down to 5 1/2 ft, be able to work on ladders.
Hours: Can work in 4 hour shifts, morning or afternoon. Need some availability (morning or afternoon) Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays.
Pay: $12 to start, commission after trained (can make from $15 to $18 an hour or more)
Contact: Greg Robirds truvuwindow@gmail.com or 314-651-3335

True View Windows
623 Burwick Terrace
Manchester, MO 63021
www.truvuwindows.com

Driver/Attendant 21 Mar

Our Driver/Attendants are responsible for safely and efficiently transporting people with disabilities to and from their scheduled programs. Under the guidance of a supervisor, Driver/Attendants provide individuals assistance to ensure inclusive participation throughout the program. Additionally, Driver/Attendants may assist the individuals with personal care needs during the program.

Qualifications: Class E license, CPR/first aid certification, able to lift/support 75 lbs

Hours: varies, shifts from 4 to 8 hours available 7 days per week
Pay: $10.50 per hour
Contact: Scott Luhrs scottl@lifebridgestl.org or 314-989-1188

www.lifebridgestl.org

YARDWORK 3-6 HOURS PER WEEK 21 Mar

Yard work one day per week 3-6 hours. Duties include raking, sweeping, weeding, and trimming bushes. My home is 10 minutes from school.

Qualifications: It would help if you have some experience doing yard work, landscaping or farming.

Hours: We are flexible as to which day you work each week.
Pay: $12 to $14 per hour
Contact: Guy Jaffe guyjaffe@charter.net or 314-997-0535

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

Contracted Therapists 4 May

MBCH Children and Family Ministries is looking for Contracted Therapists to provide Christian-focused counseling services at the Bridgeton, Missouri campus for clients in our Human Trafficking Rescue program.

Job Responsibilities:
•Therapists meet with assigned clients twice weekly in sessions with duration of 40-50 minutes
•The ability to maintain a caseload of at least two clients at any time is expected
•Office space on campus is provided for therapists’ use and all counseling sessions occur on campus
•Sessions may be scheduled in a flexible manner to suit therapists’ availability
•Payment is based on either a) Medicaid reimbursement, b) reimbursement through other sources (i.e., private insurance, guardians, contracts) or c) a per session fee established and paid by MBCH Children and Family Ministries for non-Medicaid eligible clients and where there is no other means of reimbursement

About MBCH Children and Family Ministries:
•MBCH Children and Family Ministries is a nonprofit Christian faith-based affiliate of Missouri Baptist Children’s Home providing programs and services for children, youth, adults and families. We are a leading child services agency and children’s advocate offering our services to anyone regardless of race, color, national origin, religion, age, sex, handicap or income.
•With service locations in Bridgeton, Joplin, Kansas City, Mt. Vernon, Peculiar, Springfield and Southeast Missouri, MBCH Children and Family Ministries is privileged to serve children and their families from across the state.
Job Requirements:
•Evidence of a Master’s degree in social work, clinical psychology, counseling or a comparable degree
•LPC/LCSW licensed in Missouri to practice respective discipline independently
•Professional liability insurance on a per occurrence basis of not less than $1,000,000.00
•Prior effective experience providing counseling services to Human Trafficking victims or closely related highly desirable
•Evidence of an active Christian life

Hours: Varies

Contact: Becky Berry becky.berry@mbch.org or 314-739-6811
Missouri Baptist Children’s Home
11300 St. Charles Rock Road
Bridgeton, MO 63044
www.mbch.org

Director, Children’s Ministry 3 May

Kirk of the Hills Presbyterian Church, in St. Louis, Missouri, seeks a Director of Children’s Ministry, who will be responsible for developing and fostering an exciting, Godly, and educational ministry that promotes the spiritual growth of children (ages birth through 6th grade, inclusive of Nursery and Toddler Time), their families, and the greater church body ministries.

The Director will be instrumental in recruiting, disciplining and empowering volunteers and staff to serve within the Children’s Ministry; program development that promotes a God-inspired, biblically and doctrinally-based learning environment; and representing Children’s Ministry when working with leaders and volunteers across other Kirk ministries to offer events/programs to integrate the congregational body at the Kirk of the Hills.
Qualifications:
Devoted, mature Christian
Dedicated to teaching Reformed Faith Doctrine as well as how to integrate this into real life for children
Passion for educating children to know and grow in Christ
5+ years in program management and development, preferably within early education or ministerial environment
Full-time preferred, but open to consider part-time hours

Contact: Rebecca Kapphahn KirkKidsMinistry@gmail.com or 314.686.0164

www.thekirk.org

Student Pastor 29 Apr

CrossHaven Church is a Southern Baptist Church of 200-250 people in O’Fallon, MO. Our church is 11 years old and we have a need for a student pastor.

The students meet on Sunday nights (6:00-7:30 pm). (There’s a chance that our student ministry could shift to mid-week.) The student pastor would need to be present for our Sunday morning services. We also have monthly staff meetings (usually on a Monday night). We want the student pastor to be an active member in our church, not just someone who shows up once/week. Someone who will get to know people and build awareness and credibility for himself and the student ministry within the church as a whole.

We are looking for a student pastor who isn’t afraid to have some fun. Okay. Maybe it’s a little stronger than that. Having fun is a requirement! Boring candidates need not apply. Have you ever been to a lame, boring youth group? Yikes. That’s not what we hope to be.

We want someone who can:
- Create a fun environment
- Engage the students relationally
- Find the kid sitting by the wall all by himself and make him feel cared for
- “Work the crowd” at church on Sunday mornings to make sure any/all students are invited to join us on Sunday nights…and meet the parents too! You ought to work the crowd like a vacuum cleaner salesman! If he believes more in his product than you do, there’s a problem.
- Have enough awareness to realize that students “don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care.” In other words, you don’t expect them to be impressed with your Bible study if you haven’t taken the time to invest in them personally. We can’t compete with the entertainment of Hollywood, but we can love students better than anyone else. And whoever loves them best wins their hearts.
- Challenge the students spiritually. Make an impression “before the concrete sets.” They are still moldable. They’ll actually do what you tell them to do! No kidding! If you do it right, you can get the kids more on fire for Jesus than their parents are!
- Know how to work with a team of volunteers. Don’t expect them to follow you if you can’t motivate and inspire them. But if you do that, they’ll follow you anywhere.
- Have a personality. Don’t be afraid to show it. Don’t just show up with your Bible. Bring a squirt gun or something, man! These are teenagers, not little seminary students.
- Be ready to build upon a group of 15-20 regular students and see them grow into what God wants them to be.
- Be willing to take direction and to fit into the vision and philosophy of our church.

Qualifications: We don’t want someone who just wants a job. We want someone who is driven to excel, someone who wants to build a ministry as a labor of love, something they would be proud of. We want someone who wants to not just pick up a paycheck but someone who wants to bring students to Jesus, develop their relationship with Him, and send them out to impact the world.

Sound like something you would be interested in? Send us your resume! This is an opportunity just waiting for the right leader to come along. If you think if could be you, we’d love to hear from you!

Hours: 10-15 hours/week
Pay: $500-$1000/month
Contact: Jeremy Plymale Jeremy@crosshavenchurch.com 314-540-2005

www.crosshavenchurch.com

Chaplain Full-Time 27 Apr

As a faith based community, our mission calls us “To provide quality senior services guided by Christian Values.” The Chaplain provides for the pastoral care needs of residents, families and staff. Regularly meets with residents and others to help them more fully understand and deal with life’s events. Helps to maintain and enrich residents’ spiritual and emotional well-being.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Plans, coordinates and conducts regularly scheduled worship services designed to address the spiritual needs of residents.
2. Conducts planned interventions and/or takes advantage of spontaneous encounters with residents and their families with the purpose of meeting spiritual needs.
3. Organizes and conducts the memorial services at Aberdeen Heights (typically 2X/year) to commemorate those residents who have passed.
4. Conducts hospital and hospice visits with residents of Aberdeen Heights who have been recently admitted.

Qualifications: Ordained clergyperson in good standing in the Presbyterian Church (USA), and have at least a Master of Divinity (M. Div.) degree. Have completed one quarter of Clinical. Pastoral Education, and 5 years’ experience serving a local congregation as a pastor and/or associate pastor.

Hours: Full-time, salaried position.
Generally M-F days, but must be willing and able to work flexible hours in order to service the emergent emotional and spiritual needs of the Residents.
Pay: Very Competitive

interested candidates must apply via our website: www.aberdeenseniorliving.com. Click on “careers”. Search for this position, then apply.

Youth Pastor part time 26 Apr

Hope Church is looking for a part time (approximately 20 hours a week) youth pastor to love, lead and disciple a great group of junior and senior high students. For the full job description go to our website.
Qualifications: A love for students, a love for Jesus and a desire to impact young people for life.
Hours: Approximately 20 hours per week
Pay: $15-18/hour
Contact: Steve Arthur steve@arthur.us or 314-429-6182

Hope Church
4200 Brown Rd.
St. Louis, MO.
63134
www.hope-church.com

Ministry and Administrative Support 20 Apr

Full and part-time opportunities are available (in St. Louis metro area) for bright, hardworking, personable and technologically competent individuals. Work with other highly intelligent, dedicated and mission-oriented individuals, answering customer calls, providing 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.

The right candidates will exhibit strong skills in customer care, data entry, oral and written communication and handling multiple tasks at once. Candidates need to be 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. A four-year college degree is required. Travel to select ministry events is a possibility.

Jobs at this organization provide 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 do significant, meaningful work.

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.

2045 Innerbelt Business Center Drive
St. Louis, MO 63114
www.stephenministries.org/careers

Female Associate Director of Student Ministries 7 Mar

The mission of Greentree Community Church is to know Jesus Christ and to serve Him in joyful obedience by growing disciples, planting churches, and renewing communities. The expectation of the Associate Director of Student Ministries (A.D.) is to work alongside the Pastor of Student Ministries toward fulfilling this mission in the lives of students and their families in the Kirkwood community by building meaningful relationships and being actively engaged in the Kirkwood community.

BUILDING RELATIONSHIPS
The A.D. will build relationships with the students in our church and community and also facilitate the development of healthy friendships within the community of students. The A.D. will nurture a culture that allows students to grow closer to Jesus Christ, to each other, to their families, and to other adults in the church.

Growing closer to Christ – A.D. will provide biblically based leadership to the students at Greentree with the purpose of building disciples of Jesus who are equipped to love and serve their friends with the Gospel of Christ. There are teaching components within our discipleship programs that require Biblical teaching from the A.D. and other volunteer leaders such as Sunday school and small groups.

Growing closer to each other – A.D. will lead and facilitate a system of community groups and various programs designed to provide the students at Greentree with godly friendships.

Growing closer to their families – A.D. will strive to promote the importance of the family’s influence in the student’s walk with Christ by inviting families to be active in Greentree Student Ministries.

Growing closer to other adults in the church – A.D. will help lead and develop volunteers in our congregation to effectively impact the students within their spheres of influence. The A.D. and the Pastor of Student Ministries will work together to cultivate and equip the volunteer leaders to serve in the ministry in small groups, Sunday school teaching, and/or special events and trips.

Growing closer to the Body of Christ in the Church – A.D. will encourage students to partake in service and participation within the Body of Christ. Integrating students into the big picture of the church allows them to recognize their value as a member of the Body, encourages them to develop a heart and ministry within the church, and unites students closer together through shared experiences of service within the Greentree spiritual family.

BEING ACTIVELY ENGAGED
The A.D. will be actively engaged in our community for the purpose of making Christ known. With this end in mind, the A.D. will be intentional about being involved in and caring for the Kirkwood community by seeking out new relationships with local students and families as well as serving the local schools.

Seeking out new relationships – A.D. will take time to meet new students in our local schools and seek to be a positive, Godly influence in their lives and in the lives of their families.

Serve the local schools – A.D. will be actively involved in the Kirkwood school district, thus being in the position to be known by students and their families.

WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR
Follower of Jesus Christ and in agreement with GTCC’s theology
Love for students and desire to see them grow spiritually in Christ
Strong interpersonal and communication skills
Excellent organizational and administrative skills
Bachelor’s Degree required
Committed to becoming a member of GTCC within one year

Contact: Eric Van Zee eric@greentreechurch.com or 314-909-9197

100 Kirkwood Place
Kirkwood, MO 63122
http://greentreechurch.com/

(4) Professional (positions with specific qualifications)  

IT Support Technician 3 May

Job Description:
• Resolving daily computer troubleshooting issues.
• Set up new users and new hardware in a church office.
• Setting up and maintaining local and network printing capabilities.
• Swapping network backup drives weekly, and restoring files from backup as needed.
• Ensuring that the WIN-PAK access control system (doors) is working properly; scheduling door access and creating proximity cards as needed.
• Ensuring that employees have access to the cloud-based ACS church-management system; creating new users and maintaining existing users as needed.
• Loading the weekly women’s Bible study lecture to the Sermon Network for on-line listening.
• Maintaining user accounts in Windows Active Directory as needed.
• Maintaining user Outlook user accounts in Office 365.
• Rebooting the Windows server as needed and coordinating with Moore Computing and the school IT staff for server maintenance.
• Creating DHCP address reservations as need and deleting unnecessary reservations.
• Ensuring that the three TV monitors in the church building are working properly to display slides and videos as needed

Qualification:
• Good troubleshooting skills.
• Learns new things easily.
• Works well with others.
• Takes direction well, yet is able to see things that need to be done and do them without being told.
• Working knowledge of Microsoft Office, including Outlook.
• Competent in the setup, maintenance, and optimization of personal computers.
• Able to set up network printers and troubleshoot issues surrounding them.

Hours: 20-24 hours/week. Hours flexible.
Pay: $16/hr starting, based on experience
Contact: Brian Roby broby@twinoakschurch.org or 314.302.4721

Twin Oaks Presbyterian Church
1230 Big Bend Road, Ballwin, MO 63021
http://twinoakschurch.org/contact/

Guitar teacher 26 Apr

We are looking for a guitar player to meet with our son (almost 15) as he continues to learn how to play worship songs. Can you jam with him and provide some instruction as he seeks to improve?
Ability to play guitar at an intermediate level and meet with him on campus or at our nearby church.
Flexible, could start this week or as soon as possible. Once a week for 30 minutes.
$20 per half-hour lesson
Contact: Shannon Hathaway hatha2011@att.net

Part-time teller 22 Apr

Royal Banks of Missouri is a great place to work! We are a full service, independent community bank offering a wide variety of financial products and services with five convenient banking locations in the St. Louis metro area. Locally owned and operated, Royal Banks of Missouri has the highest financial ratings in St. Louis for stability and strength. We have been in business for over 50 years.
Teller Royal Banks of Missouri is seeking a part-time teller (less than 30 hours/week) at our University City branch at 7701 Delmar Blvd, 63130.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
• Provide the highest standard of client service to RBOM clients.
• Have the ability to identify clients’ financial service needs and cross-sell services to meet those needs and advise clients of promotional items and services.
• Maintain favorable client relations through proper handling of all collection and disbursement functions. Exercise discretion, judgment, and initiative regarding transaction problems and inquiries.
• Maintain adequate working funds as required by Bank policy. Verify and balance assigned cash drawer daily with minimal cash variance.
• Follow established policies and procedures in responding to inquiries and requests.
• Maintain confidentiality of client information.
• Be a team player!
To Apply: Visit our website at www.royalbanksofmo.com and find open positions under About Us—Career Opportunities.

Accounting and Administrative Support 20 Apr

Full and part-time accounting opportunities are available (in St. Louis metro area) for bright, hardworking, personable and technologically competent individuals. Work with other highly intelligent, dedicated and mission-oriented people, handling G/L, A/P, and A/R functions. Position also involves answering calls, providing customer support and other administrative tasks for this stable, well-respected not-for-profit religious training and publishing organization in St. Louis County.

The right candidates will exhibit strong accounting and data entry skills using a computerized system. Candidates need to be kind, assertive, team-oriented self-starters with the ability to handle multiple tasks at once. A college degree in related field is required. Experience with MAS software, Crystal Reports, and FRx reports is a plus.

Jobs at this organization provide 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 do significant, meaningful work.

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.

2045 Innerbelt Business Center Dr
St. Louis, MO 63114
www.stephenministries.org/careers

Information Technology Assistant 20 Apr

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 highly intelligent, dedicated, and mission-oriented individuals in this stable, well-respected, not-for-profit religious organization in St. Louis County.

The right candidates will exhibit strong troubleshooting skills, particularly with the Microsoft Windows operating system and the Microsoft Office suite. 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.

Candidates will have opportunities to work in other areas of the organization, according to their gifts and qualifications and the needs of the organization. Travel and technical support of presentations and events is a possibility. As such, qualified candidates will demonstrate strong interpersonal and communication skills and should be able to represent the organization well to both vendors and customers. A four-year college degree is required, not necessarily in computer science.

Jobs at this organization provide 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 do significant, meaningful work.

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.

2045 Innerbelt Business Center Dr
St. Louis, MO 63114
www.stephenministries.org

Program Staff 20 Apr

Nature and Scope
• 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.

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

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 on program development, customer service, market research, consultation, marketing, information technology, operations, or human resources.
• 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 person’s gifts and interests and the mission of the organization.

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.

2045 Innerbelt Business Center Dr.
St. Louis, MO 63114
www.stephenministries.org/careers

Tutor 6 Apr

$35/hour! Flexible hours. Full or part time.
Requirements: 1. Impeccable integrity. 2. Relationally savy 3. Math/Science wizardry

Email info@darrtutoring.com with resume.

Darr Tutoring LLC
www.darrtutoring.com

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

Nanny Position and Light House Cleaning 4 May

Start Date: July 15, 2016
We have 2 children ages 9 & 5. Both are in school full-time. We need a full-time nanny to take the kids to school and pick them up. While the kids are at school we would need the nanny to walk and play with our 2 dogs, clean the house and run errands. The nanny would also be responsible for caring for the house and dogs while we are on vacation.
Vacation can be taken by the nanny but it is unpaid time as we will have to pay another caregiver while the nanny is absent.
Additional babysitting on the weekends is optional and will be paid at $15/hour.
Payment is $14/hour for approximately 40 hours/week.
Our current nanny is moving but is available to answer any questions that you might have as well. Please contact us if you are interested. Reliable transportation is required.
Amy 314-625-8846 or varbleamy@gmail.com

Pet Caregiver 3 May

Looking for pet lovers available for visits to owner home while they travel or work. Additionally have need for family homes to private board dogs when their owners travel.
previous experience and comfort with dogs and cats
Hours: variable
Pay: $12+/hour
Contact: Janie jane@4leggedkids.com
www.4leggedkids.com

Occasional Supervision for Older Children 20 Apr

We are compiling a short list of adults who can supervise (and occasionally chauffeur) our children- ages 16, 15, 12, 7 at our West County home. If you would like to be on a short list of occasional childcare providers, contact us at Hatha2011@att.net

Qualifications: Good Driving Record, Ability to relate to teens and children, play board games, read, color, and mediate sibling rivalry.
Hours: As-needed-basis. Occasional evenings 5-9pm OR Occasional summer daytime 8:30am – 4pm.
Pay: $10/hr
Contact: Joel and Shannon Hathaway Hatha2011@att.net
Location: 10 minutes West of Seminary

Nanny/Babysitter for Mondays 20 Apr

We are in need of a part-time nanny for our one year old twin boys. We live a little more than a mile from Covenant. My previous babysitter is a student at Covenant however her fall classes on Monday conflict. I could connect you to her if you wanted more questions answered. Responsibilities will include care for our sons as well as light housekeeping . We do have a 5 year old medium dog. Background check required (we will pay for this) as well as CPR training. You will become like family as we love Covenant students! Please pass this on if you know anyone who might be interested.

Qualifications: Good heart, Christian faith, and can handle twins. :)
Hours: I am in desperate need for Mondays as both my husband and I work. If you need another day for additional income we can discuss.
Pay: Negotiable
Contact: Vinita vinita.solomon@gmail.com or 314.583.0560
Location: We are 1.4 miles away from Covenant

Nanny for Family in Chesterfield 19 Apr

Hello! We are looking for a loving, experienced nanny to join our family for 25 – 30 hours per week this summer and into the school year.

About Us:
We live in Chesterfield. We have three amazing (at least we think so) children, ages 4, 3 and 1. All three kids would be home during the summer, other than times during which our oldest two attend various camps. During the school year, the older two attend school M-F in the mornings, so care would primarily focus on our 1-year-old. Mom will be working outside of the home and Dad works from a home office.

Compensation, Hours & Start Date:
Compensation is $15/hour for 5 – 6 hours each day ($375 – $450 per week). Our ideal timeframe each day is 9AM – 2/3PM, though there might be room for adjustment. We would like to find the right fit for our family by the first week in May with a start date of May 9.

Responsibilities & Requirements:
—Fostering a safe, nurturing and FUN environment for our children
—Driving older children to and from camps and/or school as needed. If you’re ever needed to drive, you will have full use of our SUV
—Preparing a healthy lunch and snacks
—Maintaining consistent, daily routines
—Encouraging children to respect you, themselves and each other
—Performing domestic tasks as they relate to the children, including light laundry, cleaning dishes after meals and tidying up play areas

Qualifications & Experience:
—Prior nanny or childcare experience with references
—Experience or education in early childhood development strongly desired
—Comfort level in helping children see God’s hand at work in everyday life

Next Steps:
If you or someone you know is interested in learning more, please contact Shannon at shannon@shannonk.com or 636-346-6888. We are hoping to find the right fit for our family by early May.

AFTERSCHOOL WORKERS NEEDED! 18 Apr

Central Christian School – Clayton, MO
is looking for individuals to help lead its After School program for the remainder of the 2015-2016 school year. Hours are M-F from 3:00 p.m.-6:00 PM (flexible scheduling available).

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

Qualifications for working in the program include:
• Prior experience working with children
• A demonstrated ability to connect with and lead children
• Strong interpersonal skills
• Enthusiasm
• Punctuality
(Hourly pay is $11.25/hr.)

If interested, please contact and send resume to:
Cathy Barnes – After School Director
Central Christian School 700 S. Hanley Rd. ~ Clayton, MO 63105
cbarnes@ccsstl.com * 314-346-4946

Childcare 12 Apr

Childcare at Greentree Community Church during Women’s Teaching Ministry Bible Study. Ages 2-5

Qualifications:
Be willing to have background check. Love of children and childcare experience.
Hours:
-Thursday, April 21 from 8:45-11:15 AM. Pay is $30.
-Thursday, April 28 from 9 AM-2 PM. Pay is $60.

Contact: Sandy Ehrhardt sehrhardt@sbcglobal.net or 314-822-2107

100 Kirkwood Pl
Kirkwood 63122

Nanny 1-2 Days Per Week 11 Apr

We are looking for a nanny to hang out with our two girls, ages 3 and 1, on Thursdays and one other day per week (either Monday, Wednesday, or Friday). We are looking for someone who loves small children and enjoys doing fun activities with them and watching them grow!
Qualifications: Experience with small children preferred. We would love to have someone who will provide a warm, nurturing environment and loves positive reinforcement!
Hours: Thursdays 9-4 and one other day per week (either Monday, Wednesday or Friday)
Pay: $15/hr.
Contact: Lindsay lindsay.g.gray@gmail.com or 314.398.5469

Help Needed 6 Apr

Help with a Covenant supporter’s mother who is here recuperating from broken knee.
Please call 314 954-4602 Day and evening Several hours at a time.

Childcare 31 Mar

2-3 afternoons taking care of two children ages 6 and 2 (almost 3) in the Clayton Richmond Heights area.

Qualifications: Previous experience with child care preferred.
Hours: 2-3 afternoons taking care of two children ages 6 and 2 (almost 3) in the Clayton Richmond Heights area.
Pay: $10
Contact: Ashley thurmanac@mail.masters.edu or 336-516-8713

Nanny 28 Mar

We are looking for either 1 full- time person or 2 part-time people to be a nanny for our family in the O’Fallon, MO area which includes 5 children during the summer. The position would also have the potential for opportunities to continue working in some capacity during the school year.

Additional duties\responsibilities:
-Create a stimulating, nurturing, and safe environment for the children
-Lead educational activities over the summer such as reading, math and journaling.
-Drive the children to and from activities like summer camps, practices, etc.
-Preparing and serving healthy meals.
-Reinforcing discipline in accordance with our parenting principles
-Perform housekeeping activities such as laundry, wash dishes etc.

Qualifications:
-Previous Nanny\childcare experience preferred
-Reliable vehicle that can transport 4-5 children preferred

Hours:
During the Summer(Starting around the second to last week of May) M-F 7 or 7:30am-6:30pm or 7pm

Pay: Negotiable
Contact: Carrie cbuchanan@swank.com or 314-488-1921

In-Home Childcare 24 Mar

We have two children, 3 months and 15 months. We need someone to take care of our children.

Qualifications: Prefer some experience with infants and toddlers.
Hours: Ideal M-F: 7am – 1pm. Or, T-TH: 7am-1pm. There is some flexibility to the hours.

Pay: $10/hour
Contact: Bob rhartma5@slu.edu or 608-320-0244
We’re in Dogtown. So, we’re very close to Covenant.
https://sites.google.com/a/slu.edu/robert-j-hartman/home

Housekeeper/Personal Assistant for Elderly Woman 21 Mar

Elderly woman in Town & Country seeks housekeeper for light house cleaning, organizational tasks, and companionship. Flexible hours and wonderful company. I have held this job for the last three years and enjoyed it so much! My boss is a wonderful woman who is easy to work for and a delight to be around. I am moving on to another position and would love to find a Covenant student to fill my position.
4hrs/week, Pay: $50/week
Contact Emily Lewis 919-606-1209

Driver/Attendant 21 Mar

Our Driver/Attendants are responsible for safely and efficiently transporting people with disabilities to and from their scheduled programs. Under the guidance of a supervisor, Driver/Attendants provide individuals assistance to ensure inclusive participation throughout the program. Additionally, Driver/Attendants may assist the individuals with personal care needs during the program.

Qualifications: Class E license, CPR/first aid certification, able to lift/support 75 lbs

Hours: varies, shifts from 4 to 8 hours available 7 days per week
Pay: $10.50 per hour
Contact: Scott Luhrs scottl@lifebridgestl.org or 314-989-1188

www.lifebridgestl.org

(6) Other/General  

Food Truck Supervisor 4 May

Sia’s Italian Ice is seeking a Supervisor to work 20-30 hours/week with our growing Italian ice business. Qualified applicant would manage our food truck, work at events and make deliveries. Pay begins at $10/hour based on experience.

Applicant must have
- effective verbal communication skills
- a driven, outgoing personality.
- a high degree of schedule flexibility
- a valid Driver’s License with a good record.

If you are serious about this position, please send your resume to Cindy@siasitalianice.com.
http://siasitalianice.com/

DES PERES PARKS AND RECREATION EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES - Part time positions available 15 Apr

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Are you interested in working at The Lodge Des Peres or in our parks? Our department is centrally located in St. Louis and has a great culture based on our Lodge Life Values. There are many benefits that Lodge employees receive including a membership to The Lodge while employed and certification in CPR/PR, AED and First Aid. Please go to the link below and click on the job titles to get a detailed description of each position. We do not hire summer only or seasonal employees for year round positions. All employees must be 16 years of age or older to begin work (however, interview process can start earlier). Please complete our application online, print a PDF application, or visit The Lodge to pick up one up. Reasonable accommodation will be provided as required by law. If you have any additional questions, please contact Nikki at 314.835.6160 or nthole@desperesmo.org. Looking at a printed version of our site? Visit our website at www.desperesmo.org/LodgeDesPeresEmployment or scan the QR code below for details!

Personal Assistant 5 Apr

This job requires an organized, competent person to assist two doctors in their household tasks. Duties include grocery shopping, laundry, and light cleaning (dishes, making beds, etc.). The doctors both live near Washington University and are about 5 minutes driving distance form each other.

The doctors are two women who are best friends. They are ambitious at work but are very kind and understanding to work for. They are in the middle of launching a unique medical practice (http://preventivemedicinestl.com/preventive-medicine-joins-palm/ ) and there may be potential for their assistant to expand into other areas of work.

Qualifications: This is the perfect job for someone who can help organize other’s lives and is exceptional at doing laundry. You will need your own transportation, as the job requires driving for shopping and various errands

Hours: 10-15 hrs. per week.Schedule is flexible.
Pay: $12-$15 per hour, based on experience
Contact: Sally Norman sally.ann.norman@gmail.com 314-971-7603 (Please email your resume if you are interested, or call me with any questions.)

Help Wanted 21 Mar

Help Wanted: Sales Representative to staff monthly sales for Forai, a local non-profit partnering with refugee & immigrant women living in St. Louis. Candidate should be self-motivated, outgoing, and have a personality for sales. Should be a good communicator and also be able to organize people and products. Must be available weekend hours. 20% commission + data usage. For more information contact us at foraistlouis@gmail.com or visit our website at www.forai.org.

Sorting Room Manager 9 Mar

Ditto Family Resale is a non-profit resale store for the entire family, offering items from the upscale to the everyday. Our inventory includes clothing, shoes and accessories for men, women and children as well as jewelry, linens, home goods, books, toys, furniture and more. Proceeds support seven local Christian schools in the areas of tuition remission and scholarships. Everything we sell at Ditto is donated and we rely on a steady stream of volunteers to assist with receiving and processing these donations.

Job Description:
Manage all aspects of Sorting Room operations. Lead, train and direct volunteers in receiving, sorting and pricing donations to ensure quality standards and maximize store profitability. Create environment that encourages volunteer satisfaction and retention. Work closely with Ditto’s Store Manager to coordinate front and back-of-store operations. Assist with other store tasks/jobs as assigned or when needed.

Qualifications:
• A heart to serve, belief in Ditto’s mission and supportive of Christian education
• Strong Christian faith and regular church attendance
• Ability to work in a fast-paced, continually changing environment
• Strong organizational and decision-making skills
• Ability to direct and handle occasional heavy lifting

Hours:
A total of 25-30 hours per week: Monday through Friday from 9:00am-3:00pm, plus one to two weekday evenings a month from 6:30-8:30pm. Please note: This is a year-round position but some flexibility over summer months can be discussed.

Pay: $100 monthly store clothing allowance • 30% store discount- Hourly waged to be discussed

Contact: Deborah Shields dshields@dittostl.com
http://www.dittostl.com/

Front Counter/Sales Associate 9 Mar

Ditto Family Resale is a non-profit resale store for the entire family, offering items from the upscale to the everyday. Our inventory includes clothing, shoes and accessories for men, women and children as well as jewelry, linens, home goods, books, toys, furniture and more. Proceeds support seven local Christian schools in the areas of tuition remission and scholarships. Everything we sell at Ditto is donated and we rely on a steady stream of volunteers to assist with receiving and processing these donations.

Qualifications:
• A heart to serve, belief in Ditto’s mission and supportive of Christian education
• Strong Christian faith and regular church attendance
• Ability to work in a fast-paced, continually changing environment
• Ability to handle occasional heavy lifting

Job Description:
Perform a variety of customer service sales and support tasks. Care for customers and donors in a way that is consistent with Ditto’s mission. Assist with other store tasks/jobs as assigned or when needed.

Pay:
• $25 monthly store clothing allowance • 30% store discount- Hourly wage to be discussed

Contact: Deborah Shields dshields@dittostl.com
http://www.dittostl.com/