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 be used by God to change lives, strengthen churches, and transform the world. Consider how God may be calling you to utilize your gifts and experiences for this exciting ministry!
Leawood: Producer/Systems Engineer – Building C (40 Hours, Exempt; Benefits Eligible)
• Oversee and provide technical production support for the Leawood campus – Building C, primarily supporting production for Student Ministries’ large group gatherings and worship. • Plan and execute all technical production components including, but not limited to, audio, lighting, graphics, video, and staging. • Advanced troubleshooting for all video and lighting systems in Building C to ensure minimal disruption from technical failures during live events. • Recruit, train, mentor, and empower all production volunteers for weekly and weekend events. • Evening and weekend hours required.
• 5 years’ experience in technical production including Video/Audio/Lighting/Graphics/Staging. • Proven ability to troubleshoot and maintain technical systems. • Strong organization and communication skills. • Proficiency in Mac and PC platforms, Microsoft Office Suite, Pro Presenter, and Adobe Photoshop. • Experience working with students, age 12 to 18, preferred.
In partnership with the Director of Silver Link Ministries & Congregational Care Pastor, provide care, including hospital visits and counseling for individuals in the Silver Link community.
Serve as primary care provider for congregants whose only connection to the church is through Silver Link Ministries: make care visits to homes, hospitals and hospice centers. Provide funeral support as needed.
Assist in administrative demands of Silver Link Ministry.
Intentional ministry with senior adult living communities which will include planning and implementing the monthly special worship service and worship services at local care homes providing a pastoral presence on a routine basis.
Passionate about ministry to older persons who are unable to fully engage in the life of the church.
Grounded Wesleyan Theology.
Theologically trained, or willing to pursue theological training.
Exemplary computer skills with proficiency in Microsoft software products: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Publisher.
Manage contribution statement mailings, including but not limited to, ordering supplies, printing and folding paper statements, volunteer management, and statement mailing.
Manage honorarium and memorial gifts, including, but not limited to, maintaining family file, preparing deposit, writing and mailing letters to family/donors, communication with family and memorial committee.
Answer the Finance door and department phone calls in a positive and friendly manner, answering questions where possible and forwarding remaining inquiries to appropriate Finance staff.
Manage all incoming and outgoing mail needs of the department.
Working knowledge of basic accounting principles (equivalent education/experience of 1-2 years of accounting/bookkeeping courses/work).
Speed and accuracy on a ten-key.
Enjoy working as a member of a dynamic and fast-paced team, with the ability to handle constant change.
Assist in daily food service operations; receiving, storing, and preparing food products sold in The Spring Café and for catered events. This may include purchasing, physically picking up, and delivering inventory items from local wholesale clubs and other vendors
Prepare and ensure all internal catering orders are acknowledged, prepared, and delivered to the church’s ministries with excellent quality and on a timely basis
Set up workstation with all needed ingredients and cooking equipment.
Prepare ingredients to use in cooking (chopping and peeling vegetables, cutting meat, etc.)
Cook food in various kitchen equipment
Ensure all food and other items are stored properly
Deliver catering orders, set up buffets, serve, tear down and clean up
Strong interpersonal and verbal skills.
Excellent organizational and time management skills.
Able to train and motivate volunteers in a team environment.
Must be able to physically lift, push, or pull up to 50 pounds.
Able to stand for up to 6-8 hours.
Able to complete basic math functions.
Experience in email and word processing functions.
Capable of maintaining hours, which will include weekends, evenings and holidays.
High School education preferred.
Experience in food and customer services are preferred.
Available to work morning, afternoon and early evening shifts
West: Video and Graphics Producer (20-25 hours, non-Exempt)
West: Video and Graphics Producer (20-25 Hours, Non-Exempt)
Directly coordinate the detailed planning, preparation, and execution of weekend worship at Resurrection West.
Coordinate all logistics regarding creation and playback of all video & graphic elements, sermon DVD & delivery, theatrical lighting design, stage & set design, as well as any other visual and aesthetic elements used in weekend worship and student worship.
Recruit, train, mentor, and empower all technical production volunteers for weekly & weekend events.
Excellent oral and written communication skills.
Minimum of 1-year experience video and graphic design.
Ability to assist with moderate to high levels of physical activities such as moving large equipment more than 200 lbs.
Ability to work comfortably on catwalks or lifts at heights of 30-45 ft.
Detail oriented, with excellent organizational skills.
Proficiency in Mac & PC platforms, Microsoft Office Suite, Pro Presenter, Planning Center and Adobe Photoshop
Note: Applicants must submit links to graphic design and video examples that would demonstrate ability.
Provide childcare for families attending events and/or worship onsite
Provide safety and supervision of children
Lead music worship time either in a large group setting or individual classrooms
Communicate regularly with the parents, co-workers, and coordinators in a positive way
Reliable and responsible
Strong communication and organization skills
Ability to work independently, with little supervision
Ability to connect and work well with children of all ages
Ability to work 10-20 hours per week on a set schedule with a minimum of 2 shifts per week in one of the following combinations: 2 weeknight shifts, 2 weekend shifts or a combination of weeknight and weekend shifts.
Blue Springs: Technical Producer (10-15 Hours; Nonexempt)
Work with the Campus Pastor and team in the design, preparation and execution for all services.
Directly oversee that the detailed planning, preparation, and execution of weekend worship and special holiday services at Resurrection Blue Springs is carried out to ensure the highest levels of excellence in technical production.
Provide audio support for all worship services, music rehearsals, and other events as needed.
Coordinate all logistics regarding creation and playback of all video & graphic elements, sermon DVD & delivery, theatrical lighting design, stage & set design, as well as any other visual elements used in worship.
Minimum of 3 years experience mixing Front of House audio consoles.
Minimum of 3 years experience working directly in the main areas of technical production, including Video/Audio/Lighting/Graphics/Staging.
Advanced working knowledge of digital audio consoles, and RF signal management.
Understanding of digital and analog video systems and experience running video cameras.