Employment Opportunities

We're looking for talented individuals to join our team!

Come dream with us! We’re a highly motivated staff team with a passion to change lives, renew churches, and transform communities. Consider how God may be calling you to utilize your gifts and experiences for this exciting ministry!

Current Employment Opportunities

Leawood: Behavior Specialist - Adult Special Needs Program (40 Hours, Nonexempt)

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Develop and implement engagement activities for adults with special needs.
  • Daily interaction and direct care as a teaching assistant to adult learners with special needs.
  • Collaborate with SALP Coordinator and other staff to develop and implement behavior plans, as needed. 
  • Partner with SALP Coordinator, other staff and volunteers to equip and empower learners to engage in program activities to their full potential.
  • Foster good communication with learners, caregivers, volunteers and staff team

Main qualifications:

  • Proven ability and prior experience working with adults with special needs including autism, down syndrome, learning disabilities and other cognitive and/or physical disabilities.
  • Applied behavior certification preferred or experience with behavior management programs.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office.
  • Excellent organization and communication skills.

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Leawood: Middle School Youth Minister (40 Hours, Exempt, Benefits Eligible)

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Manage, motivate and equip staff, volunteers, and student leaders to effectively mobilize Rezlife for ministry with students.
  • Regularly connect and converse with teenagers in the program setting.
  • Provide leadership and direction for middle school programming, including youth group, Sunday school, small groups, Bible studies, mission trips and special events (i.e. camps, retreats).
  • Provide leadership and direction for evangelism and marketing to attract more students into the program.

 Main qualifications:

  • Prior youth ministry experience - preferably a minimum of 3 years.
  • Solid communication skills with the ability to connect with students, parents, volunteers and staff.
  • Ability to teach and lead youth, both in small and large group settings.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office.

 

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Leawood: Special Needs Care Provider (5-10 Hours, Nonexempt)

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Provide hands-on care for participants with special needs, ranging from autism to other physical and/or intellectual disabilities
  • Organize and direct volunteers
  • Minister to individuals with special needs and build a dynamic Christian community that serves this population
  • Schedule includes any or all of the following times:
    • Sunday mornings
    • 5pm Sunday evenings
    • Monthly Family Night Out
    • As needed

Main qualifications:

  • Knowledge of autism and other disabilities
  • Ability to model and assign tasks to volunteers
  • An understanding and experience in behavior management and applied behavior analysis helpful, but not required
  • Organized with ability to multi-task and problem solve


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West: Facilities Maintenance Technician (20 Hours, Nonexempt)

West:  Facilities Maintenance Tech (20 Hours, Nonexempt)

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Assists with room and event setups; light maintenance and event clean-up; and building presence as scheduled.

Main qualifications:

  • Organizational and customer service skills.
  • Prior experience with building construction trades or in general building construction preferred
  • Ability to regularly work Sunday afternoons (approximately 12pm-4pm) and at least 3 weekday evenings (approximately 6pm-10pm)
  • Must be able to bend and physically lift and push up to 50 pounds

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West: Student Ministries Worship Leader (20-25 Hours, Exempt)

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Lead worship with the student ministry band on Wednesday nights and assist the Director of Student Ministries with programming. This can include youth group, Sunday School, student ministry events and trips, summer camp, and occasional weekend activities.
  • Assist the Director of Worship Arts in preparing, rehearsing, and leading worship each Sunday as well as for special events and programming.
  • Build healthy one-on-one relationships with students, providing care and living as a Christ-like role model.

Main qualifications:

  • Mastery of at least one instrument with the ability to lead worship.
  • Ability to communicate/relate to students and their families.
  • Musical aptitude to lead others in worship through song and praise. Able to design music ministries particularly for students and adults.

Apply for this position:

Note: Applicants must submit links to video examples that would demonstrate musical ability. While worship examples are preferred, they are not required.


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