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Introducing IFI and Job Description for Campus Minister:


International Friendships, Inc. is a growing faith-based organization, whose mission is to extend life-changing hospitality and friendship to international college students. We do this by offering services, such as airport pickups, holiday hosting, temporary housing, conversation partnerships, social events and trips, as well as digital ways to connect with students.


A Campus Minister focused on engaging with international students at Columbus State Community College will have an opportunity to show friendship and hospitality to about 573 international students, which is 2.1% of the total students at CSCC. It's a great campus on which to serve international students.


Campus Minister Responsibilities
The Campus Minister will (list not all inclusive):



  • Participate in IFI sponsored outreach and special events on campus and develop culture-specific outreaches

  • Evangelize international students by developing personal relationships, providing one-on-one Bible study encounters, and leading group Bible studies

  • Disciple international students through close personal involvement and structured and informal one-on-one times

  • Develop and maintain financial and prayer partnerships for the budgeted needs of the role by sharing the vision of the ministry

  • Meet regularly with supervisor for input, direction, and counsel; quarterly meet with supervisor to assess achievement of agreed-upon goals; meet with other IFI staff for personal mentoring or training

  • Study International cultures, especially the culture of the people you are or will be serving


Qualifications needed of a Campus Minister, including Spiritual Characteristics



  • Adherence to IFI's statement of faith, core values, and policies

  • Is faithful, loyal, and dedicated to IFI's mandate from the Lord to extend God's love globally through equipping Christians to be effective cross-cultural communicators of the Gospel

  • Well organized with attention to detail and ability to complete tasks independently

  • Be a team player

  • Ability to work under stress and be flexible

  • Enjoys working with people and has strong interpersonal skills

  • Proficient with technology, including Microsoft Office and Google applications


Benefits available to a Campus Minister:



  • Paid vacation, sick, and holidays

  • Flexible hours and work-from-home availability

  • Work for a growing Christian organization


Education/Experience Preferred for a Campus Minister:



  • Minimum of a Bachelor Degree

  • Minimum of one-year involvement in campus ministry or completion of IFI ISEED Program


Hours and Pay for the Campus Minister:


This is a full- or part-time, salaried position. A Campus Minister I may need to work evenings and/or weekends for specific events/projects. Attendance at several conferences each year may be required. This position requires the development of a ministry partner team which supplies the necessary prayer and financial support to cover salary, benefits, and ministry expenses. After acceptance to become a staff member, we provide training to develop a team of ministry partners. The pay range is between $24,000 and $70,000 after the period of support development, based on experience and other factors.



International Friendships, Inc. (IFI) is a faith-based organization. Therefore, only those willing to adhere to IFI's statement of faith, core values, and policies will be reviewed for this open position. International Friendships, Inc. is otherwise an equal opportunity employer.




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The Thrift Store with a Mission


In recent years, KARM Stores has become some of the most popular thrift stores in East Tennessee. You never know what you’re going to find at KARM Stores – from designer clothing to beautiful gently-used furniture and appliances. KARM Stores shoppers know it’s a treasure-hunter’s paradise. But there’s more…Everything that is sold at or donated to KARM Stores helps us with our singular mission of restoring lives in Jesus’ name. So, while shoppers are getting all of these great things, and team members are working in a fun thrift environment, there are also great things being done for those in need right here in East Tennessee.


Why We Do What We Do


To provide funding for Knox Area Rescue Ministries.


To tell the story of KARM and KARM Stores.


To reveal Christ in everything we do. 


History of KARM Stores


KARM Stores is part of the Knox Area Rescue Ministries which has been serving the Knoxville homeless community since 1960. KARM provides emergency services, meals, shelter as well as recovery programs for those in need.  KARM averages 800-1000 meals served each day and can provide bed space for up to 400 every night.  


Today KARM serves men, women and children through a variety of progressive ministry programs designed to break the cycle of homelessness.  


For the guests of KARM who are ready to change their life, KARM has programs that assist with that.  One of their most successful programs is LaunchPoint Life Academy which will spend time looking at the basics of getting a job, budgeting, and creating a stable environment to build one’s life back.  


The Serenity Shelter is a program specifically for women.  It includes various recovery programs and safe havens.


The Berea Program is an unprecedented personal development opportunity at KARM focused on work, learning, and service.  The objective of Berea is to prepare students for the abundant life God has planned for them and to provide a strong, Biblical foundation to build a life upon after KARM and have successful restoration into the community.


All of these programs require funding and that is where the stores come in. One hundred percent of the profits earned through the retail stores help fund Knox Area Rescue Ministries.  


Job Details


SUMMARY


To process donations from donors to retail.  This includes, but not limited to, accepting, sorting and pricing donated items.  This includes but is not limited to compliance with company policies and standards, procedures, and the KARM Stores’ Mission Statement.


ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB


Is able to daily perform any of the required job duties within the processing team.  This includes all requirements related to accepting donations, presorting and pricing merchandise.


Assist management team in leading team members through a successful shift. 


As needed, welcome donors in a timely manner in a way that they feel confident that KARM Stores appreciates them and understands their value. 


As needed, handle the receiving and donation process with the utmost respect and care including, greeting the donor, assisting in unloading donations, telling the KARM Stores story, repeating details back to the donor and issuing a receipt.  


Help maintain clean and well organized reception, presort and processing areas.


Maintain a clean and well organized personal processing station. 


Adhere to, daily, all employee policies and procedures outlined in the Employee Policy and Procedures manual and the KARM Stores’ Mission Statement.


Ability to recognize quality merchandise and effectively research market value of product.  


Work with and effectively communicate with the Processing Manager, other processing employees and donors on a daily basis. 


Daily serve with fellow employees so that there is a healthy and productive work environment. 


Review the Cyfe Dashboard daily to understand and communicate targets to the team. 


Helps motivate and encourage the processing team to adhere to daily and weekly production goals.  


Collaborate with the Processing Manager on outstanding items that may need to be addressed in the department. 


Assist in delegating tasks and responsibilities with the Processing Manager and Assistant Processing Manager, especially when Manager is not on shift. 


Ability to produce quick and accurate work in a face-paced environment, successfully staying above the company average of pieces produced per hour.  


Understand and comply with policies and procedures related to donated items, including prohibited items and pricing guides. 


Effectively use the donation receiving script to communicate appreciation, the KARM Story, and Corner of Your Field to donors. 


SPIRITUAL GUIDELINES


KARM Stores Team Members at all levels believe the following:


We believe in the Holy Trinity- God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit.


We believe that God the Father sent His Son, Jesus, to die for us as the ultimate sacrifice.


We believe in Jesus for the forgiveness of our sins.


We believe that the Bible is God’s true Word.


KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES


Must be a people person with a pleasant and willing attitude and have a servant’s heart.


Must have a friendly, smiling demeanor. 


Excellent communication skills (both oral and written) with an excellent command of the English language.


Ability to write in legible clear handwriting. 


Excellent organizational skills.


Must have a commitment to KARM Stores’ mission and mission statement.


PLANNING/ORGANIZATION


Must be detail-oriented and have solid organizational skills.


Must be able to work in a fast-paced environment. 


Must be a problem solver and be able to work with a minimum of supervision and take initiative.


Excellent time management skills.


Must possess a demonstrable level of skill and proficiency in planning so to meet established goals. 


Computer skills to include general typing skills.  


Ability to access web sites to help evaluate the value of donated items.


Ability to read and define problems, collect data, establish facts and draw valid conclusions.


Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written or oral form. 


EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE


High School diploma or GED preferred.


PHYSICAL/ENVIRONMENTAL DEMANDS


Stand – up to 100% of a standard work day.


Walk – up to 75% of a standard work day.


Sit – less than 10% of a standard work day.


Use hands to perform required duties – up to 100% of a standard work day.


Lifting and Bending – up to 75% of a standard work day.


Talk or hear – As needed throughout a standard work day.


Moderate physical activity.  Depending on location, this position may require frequent strenuous activity.  Able to lift at least 50 pounds.  Use hands to lift, sort, clean, organize throughout a standard work day.  Depending on location, this position may work in a warehouse setting with some outdoor exposure throughout the workday.  


VISION REQUIREMENTS


Close vision (clear vision at 20 inches or less).


Distance vision (clear vision at 20 feet or more).


Color Vision (ability to identify and distinguish colors).


Peripheral vision (ability to observe an area that can be seen up and down or to the left and right while eyes are fixed on a given point).


Depth perception (three dimensional vision, ability to judge distances and spatial relationships).


Ability to adjust focus (adjust the eye to bring an object into sharp focus).


WORK SCHEDULE/HOURS


Part time to full time, Monday through Saturday, up to a maximum of 40 hours per week.


Attendance at specific meetings, off-site events or training, as required.



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Job Description:


Interacts with Chaplain, university students, faculty, and staff to: grow in their knowledge of the faith, develop a passion for the spread of the Gospel, participate in social service projects, engage with one another in hospitable campus ministry settings, and be a Catholic presence on the campus.  These functions grow out of the USCCB guiding document for campus ministry, Empowered by the Spirit.


 


Requirements:


·         Bachelor’s degree in Ministry, Pastoral Care, Theology, Catechesis or related field


·         Practicing Catholic in good standing with pastoral experience


·         Ability to develop, in conjunction with the Chaplain, a vision and plan for ministry and ongoing outreach


·         Ability to train and empower students to lead campus ministry programming


·         Ability to lead campus events, gatherings, and be available outside of normal working hours


·         Ability to coordinate retreats, service trips, pilgrimages, social gatherings in line with overall campus ministry vision


·         Work with the chaplain in developing and overseeing all liturgical ministries functions


·         Work in overseeing FOCUS missionaries and student leadership team


·         Management and budgeting experience preferred


·         Excellent communication and organizational skills


·         Proficient with social media, email, and Microsoft Office


·         Be a visible presence on campus and build relationships with students, faculty, alumni, and the community


 


Instructions to Apply:


Excellent benefits with generous paid time off.  For consideration, please send cover letter, resume, and pay requirements to apply@charlestondiocese.org.


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The Catholic Diocese of Charleston comprises the entire state of South Carolina with Charleston as its See city. Founded in 1820, it is one of the oldest Catholic dioceses in the United States.


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Graduate Resident Children's or Youth Minister-TN, TX, MS, AL, KY, LA, FL, GA, NC, PA, VA


*Two Spanish/English Positions available. 22 additional openings.


Fulfill your call to youth ministry through the Graduate Residency in Youth Ministry at the Center for Youth Ministry Training (CYMT). The Graduate Resident Youth Minister is a unique professional ministry opportunity that provides you with a job at a local ministry setting while both training and coaching you as you earn your Masters of Arts in Youth Ministry through a CYMT partner seminary. CYMT offers regional campuses in Tennessee and Texas through partnerships with Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary and our new Nashville Extension Campus of APTS. Partner churches are from multiple denominations within a four-hour radius of Nashville, TN and Austin, TX. Acceptance to the program is competitive, as the cohort spots are limited in each region. The cost to the resident is only $1,500 for the 3-year program.


Graduate Residents will receive:



  • Full scholarship for tuition, books, and housing


  • Masters degree from accredited seminary


  • A job as a youth minister in a local church/camping ministry


  • $1,000 per month stipend



  • Veteran youth ministry coach


    Core Components:





  • Cohort: Residents are part of a dynamic, group-learning community that provides encouragement and support as they walk through ministry together.


  • Coaching: Residents receive one-on-one coaching from a youth ministry veteran to help master and apply critical skills.


  • Classroom: In retreat-style, four times per semester, residents will be challenged to think theologically about ministry and empowered to create ministry programs that evoke deep, life-changing Christian faith.


  • Church: Residents get hands-on experience in a local church where they serve 25 hours weekly as youth minister.


  • Care: Residents receive pastoral care and encouragement, empowering them to seek wholeness in their life. 



Qualifications:



  • Distinct call to youth or children’s ministry


  • Ministry experience working with children or youth



  • Undergraduate degree


    Theological Beliefs


    CYMT partners with congregations and individuals representing the theological views and diversity of mainline Protestant Christianity. We partner with mainline Protestant denominations including the United Methodist Church, Presbyterian (PCUSA), Cumberland Presbyterian, Lutheran (ECLA), Episcopal, Disciples of Christ, American Baptist, and Cooperative Baptist Fellowship. Our partner seminary is Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary.


     


    Application deadlines:


    Early admission: November 15


    Final: March 15 or until filled.  As of 3/17/21 we still have a few openings.


    The Center for Youth Ministry Training is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that exists to equip youth ministers and churches to develop theologically informed and practically effective youth ministries. 





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General Description:  

The Campus Minister will work collaboratively with the Director of Campus Ministry and other university partners to support the spiritual needs of the entire Georgian Court University community.   This position will help animate the Mercy charism through service, social justice and other programming with an eye toward inclusion and accompaniment.  The Campus minister will help advance the greater university mission of forming students to be whole persons-in-relation, called and committed to building a more just and compassionate world. 

Essential Functions:

  • Support the mission of campus ministry and mission integration

  • Coordinate various service-learning programs and events    

  • Plan and lead occasional service trips which integrate prayer and reflection

  • Coordinate various social justice activities and programs in partnership with the Sisters of Mercy, Catholic Relief Services and other justice-oriented organizations

  • Recruit, form and mentor students as servant leaders for organizations such as the Mercy Collegiate Society and CRS Student Ambassadors

  • Assist with the annual Critical Concerns Week programs which focus on the five critical concerns of the Sisters of Mercy

  • Assist with the planning and implementation of a variety of retreat programs

  • Aid efforts to build a campus culture of vocation (where vocation is understood in its broadest sense)

  • Help organize educational events, such as lectures, reading and discussion groups

  • Participate in various leadership, staff and committee meetings.

  • Assist the director of campus ministry with administrative duties as appropriate

  • Other duties as assigned by the director of campus ministry or the mission officer

Requirements:

  • Master’s Degree in Theology, Pastoral Ministry or another related field is preferred

  • Some ministry experience in a higher education setting is preferred

  • Open to and knowledgeable in ecumenical and interfaith engagement

  • Immersion in and ability to articulate the Catholic social justice tradition

  • Ability to manage multiple projects, prioritize tasks and establish goals

  • Excellent organizational, communication, computer and social media skills

  • Effective interpersonal skills to develop collaborative working relationships across a diversity of racial and cultural backgrounds

  • Willingness and ability to work varied hours as needed

  • Willingness and ability to travel occasionally for retreats, conferences and service trips

  • Diverse candidates and those with bi-lingual skills are encouraged to apply.



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Introducing IFI and Job Description for Online Cross-cultural Outreach Minister:


International Friendships, Inc. is a growing faith-based organization, whose mission is to extend life-changing hospitality and friendship to international college students. Staff at IFI are servant leaders, who love helping students from around the world feel at home on their respective campuses in the U.S. We do this by offering services, such as airport pickups, holiday hosting, temporary housing, conversation partnerships, social events and trips, as well as digital ways to connect with others. The Online Cross-cultural Outreach Minister is a part of the National Ministry Team.


Our Online Cross-cultural Outreach Minister will investigate, implement, manage, and train staff on use of online methods of outreach to internationals. They will work closely with the Communications team, as well as campus ministry leadership to accomplish this.


Online Cross-cultural Outreach Minister Responsibilities:



  • Regularly research and test new online technologies for making personal connections

  • Facilitate online Bible discussions with international students

  • Actively participate in social media groups, online forums etc. to connect with more international students

  • Respond to online questions submitted by international students on IFI websites

  • Recruit and train a volunteer team to do multiply online outreach efforts

  • Develop and maintain financial and prayer partnerships for the budgeted needs of the role, ensure minimum monetary standards are achieved, and send out a ministry newsletter at least every other month to partners

  • Share successful technology and tips with Campus Ministers


Qualifications from the Online Cross-cultural Outreach Minister:



  • Adherence to IFI's statement of faith, core values, and policies

  • Well organized with attention-to-detail and ability to complete tasks independently

  • Ability to communicate with diverse populations from different ethnic backgrounds

  • Ability to work successfully in a team

  • Has demonstrated ability as a developer of leadership

  • Ability to work under stress and be flexible

  • Proficient with technology, including Microsoft Office and Google applications


Benefits available to a Online Cross-cultural Outreach Minister:



  • Paid vacation, sick, and holidays

  • Flexible hours and work-from-home availability

  • Work for a growing Christian organization


Education/Experience Preferred for Online Cross-cultural Outreach Minister:



  • Experience in cross-cultural ministry

  • Certificate-level completion of Perspectives on the World Christian movement is preferred, and, if not existent, should be completed within three years of employment with IFI


Hours and Pay:


This is a full- or part-time, salaried position. A Online Cross-cultural Outreach Minister may need to work evenings and/or weekends for specific events/projects. Attendance at several conferences each year will be required. This position requires the development of a ministry partner team which supplies the necessary prayer and financial support to cover salary, benefits, and ministry expenses. After acceptance to become a staff member, we provide training to develop a team of ministry partners. The pay range begins between $24,000 and $47,000 after the period of support development, based on experience and other factors.



International Friendships, Inc. (IFI) is a faith-based organization. Therefore, only those willing to adhere to IFI's statement of faith, core values, and policies will be reviewed for this open position. International Friendships, Inc. is otherwise an equal opportunity employer.




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Graduate Resident Children's or Youth Minister-TN, TX, MS, AL, KY, LA, FL, GA, NC, PA, VA


*Two Spanish/English Positions available. 22 additional openings.


Fulfill your call to youth ministry through the Graduate Residency in Youth Ministry at the Center for Youth Ministry Training (CYMT). The Graduate Resident Youth Minister is a unique professional ministry opportunity that provides you with a job at a local ministry setting while both training and coaching you as you earn your Masters of Arts in Youth Ministry through a CYMT partner seminary. CYMT offers regional campuses in Tennessee and Texas through partnerships with Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary and our new Nashville Extension Campus of APTS. Partner churches are from multiple denominations within a four-hour radius of Nashville, TN and Austin, TX. Acceptance to the program is competitive, as the cohort spots are limited in each region. The cost to the resident is only $1,500 for the 3-year program.


Graduate Residents will receive:



  • Full scholarship for tuition, books, and housing


  • Masters degree from accredited seminary


  • A job as a youth minister in a local church/camping ministry


  • $1,000 per month stipend



  • Veteran youth ministry coach


    Core Components:





  • Cohort: Residents are part of a dynamic, group-learning community that provides encouragement and support as they walk through ministry together.


  • Coaching: Residents receive one-on-one coaching from a youth ministry veteran to help master and apply critical skills.


  • Classroom: In retreat-style, four times per semester, residents will be challenged to think theologically about ministry and empowered to create ministry programs that evoke deep, life-changing Christian faith.


  • Church: Residents get hands-on experience in a local church where they serve 25 hours weekly as youth minister.


  • Care: Residents receive pastoral care and encouragement, empowering them to seek wholeness in their life. 



Qualifications:



  • Distinct call to youth or children’s ministry


  • Ministry experience working with children or youth



  • Undergraduate degree


    Theological Beliefs


    CYMT partners with congregations and individuals representing the theological views and diversity of mainline Protestant Christianity. We partner with mainline Protestant denominations including the United Methodist Church, Presbyterian (PCUSA), Cumberland Presbyterian, Lutheran (ECLA), Episcopal, Disciples of Christ, American Baptist, and Cooperative Baptist Fellowship. Our partner seminary is Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary.


     


    Application deadlines:


    Early admission: November 15


    Final: March 15 or until filled.  As of 3/17/21 we still have a few openings.


    The Center for Youth Ministry Training is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that exists to equip youth ministers and churches to develop theologically informed and practically effective youth ministries. 





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Graduate Resident Children's or Youth Minister-TN, TX, MS, AL, KY, LA, FL, GA, NC, PA, VA


*Two Spanish/English Positions available. 22 additional openings.


Fulfill your call to youth ministry through the Graduate Residency in Youth Ministry at the Center for Youth Ministry Training (CYMT). The Graduate Resident Youth Minister is a unique professional ministry opportunity that provides you with a job at a local ministry setting while both training and coaching you as you earn your Masters of Arts in Youth Ministry through a CYMT partner seminary. CYMT offers regional campuses in Tennessee and Texas through partnerships with Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary and our new Nashville Extension Campus of APTS. Partner churches are from multiple denominations within a four-hour radius of Nashville, TN and Austin, TX. Acceptance to the program is competitive, as the cohort spots are limited in each region. The cost to the resident is only $1,500 for the 3-year program.


Graduate Residents will receive:



  • Full scholarship for tuition, books, and housing


  • Masters degree from accredited seminary


  • A job as a youth minister in a local church/camping ministry


  • $1,000 per month stipend



  • Veteran youth ministry coach


    Core Components:





  • Cohort: Residents are part of a dynamic, group-learning community that provides encouragement and support as they walk through ministry together.


  • Coaching: Residents receive one-on-one coaching from a youth ministry veteran to help master and apply critical skills.


  • Classroom: In retreat-style, four times per semester, residents will be challenged to think theologically about ministry and empowered to create ministry programs that evoke deep, life-changing Christian faith.


  • Church: Residents get hands-on experience in a local church where they serve 25 hours weekly as youth minister.


  • Care: Residents receive pastoral care and encouragement, empowering them to seek wholeness in their life. 



Qualifications:



  • Distinct call to youth or children’s ministry


  • Ministry experience working with children or youth



  • Undergraduate degree


    Theological Beliefs


    CYMT partners with congregations and individuals representing the theological views and diversity of mainline Protestant Christianity. We partner with mainline Protestant denominations including the United Methodist Church, Presbyterian (PCUSA), Cumberland Presbyterian, Lutheran (ECLA), Episcopal, Disciples of Christ, American Baptist, and Cooperative Baptist Fellowship. Our partner seminary is Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary.


     


    Application deadlines:


    Early admission: November 15


    Final: March 15 or until filled.  As of 3/17/21 we still have a few openings.


    The Center for Youth Ministry Training is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that exists to equip youth ministers and churches to develop theologically informed and practically effective youth ministries. 





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Graduate Resident Children's or Youth Minister-TN, TX, MS, AL, KY, LA, FL, GA, NC, PA, VA


*Two Spanish/English Positions available. 22 additional openings.


Fulfill your call to youth ministry through the Graduate Residency in Youth Ministry at the Center for Youth Ministry Training (CYMT). The Graduate Resident Youth Minister is a unique professional ministry opportunity that provides you with a job at a local ministry setting while both training and coaching you as you earn your Masters of Arts in Youth Ministry through a CYMT partner seminary. CYMT offers regional campuses in Tennessee and Texas through partnerships with Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary and our new Nashville Extension Campus of APTS. Partner churches are from multiple denominations within a four-hour radius of Nashville, TN and Austin, TX. Acceptance to the program is competitive, as the cohort spots are limited in each region. The cost to the resident is only $1,500 for the 3-year program.


Graduate Residents will receive:



  • Full scholarship for tuition, books, and housing


  • Masters degree from accredited seminary


  • A job as a youth minister in a local church/camping ministry


  • $1,000 per month stipend



  • Veteran youth ministry coach


    Core Components:





  • Cohort: Residents are part of a dynamic, group-learning community that provides encouragement and support as they walk through ministry together.


  • Coaching: Residents receive one-on-one coaching from a youth ministry veteran to help master and apply critical skills.


  • Classroom: In retreat-style, four times per semester, residents will be challenged to think theologically about ministry and empowered to create ministry programs that evoke deep, life-changing Christian faith.


  • Church: Residents get hands-on experience in a local church where they serve 25 hours weekly as youth minister.


  • Care: Residents receive pastoral care and encouragement, empowering them to seek wholeness in their life. 



Qualifications:



  • Distinct call to youth or children’s ministry


  • Ministry experience working with children or youth



  • Undergraduate degree


    Theological Beliefs


    CYMT partners with congregations and individuals representing the theological views and diversity of mainline Protestant Christianity. We partner with mainline Protestant denominations including the United Methodist Church, Presbyterian (PCUSA), Cumberland Presbyterian, Lutheran (ECLA), Episcopal, Disciples of Christ, American Baptist, and Cooperative Baptist Fellowship. Our partner seminary is Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary.


     


    Application deadlines:


    Early admission: November 15


    Final: March 15 or until filled.  As of 3/17/21 we still have a few openings.


    The Center for Youth Ministry Training is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that exists to equip youth ministers and churches to develop theologically informed and practically effective youth ministries. 





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The Thrift Store with a Mission


In recent years, KARM Stores has become some of the most popular thrift stores in East Tennessee. You never know what you’re going to find at KARM Stores – from designer clothing to beautiful gently-used furniture and appliances. KARM Stores shoppers know it’s a treasure-hunter’s paradise. But there’s more…Everything that is sold at or donated to KARM Stores helps us with our singular mission of restoring lives in Jesus’ name. So, while shoppers are getting all of these great things, and team members are working in a fun thrift environment, there are also great things being done for those in need right here in East Tennessee.




Why We Do What We Do


To provide funding for Knox Area Rescue Ministries.


To tell the story of KARM and KARM Stores.


To reveal Christ in everything we do. 




History of KARM Stores


KARM Stores is part of the Knox Area Rescue Ministries which has been serving the Knoxville homeless community since 1960. KARM provides emergency services, meals, shelter as well as recovery programs for those in need.  KARM averages 800-1000 meals served each day and can provide bed space for up to 400 every night.  




Today KARM serves men, women and children through a variety of progressive ministry programs designed to break the cycle of homelessness.  


For the guests of KARM who are ready to change their life, KARM has programs that assist with that.  One of their most successful programs is LaunchPoint Life Academy which will spend time looking at the basics of getting a job, budgeting, and creating a stable environment to build one’s life back.  




The Serenity Shelter is a program specifically for women.  It includes various recovery programs and safe havens.




The Berea Program is an unprecedented personal development opportunity at KARM focused on work, learning, and service.  The objective of Berea is to prepare students for the abundant life God has planned for them and to provide a strong, Biblical foundation to build a life upon after KARM and have successful restoration into the community.




All of these programs require funding and that is where the stores come in. One hundred percent of the profits earned through the retail stores help fund Knox Area Rescue Ministries.  




Job Details



SUMMARY
To presort and process donations which will include traveling to three different locations, as needed. This includes but is not limited to compliance with company policies and standards, procedures, and the KARM Stores’ Mission Statement.  


ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB
Is able to daily perform any of the required job duties within the processing team. This includes all requirements related to accepting donations, presorting and pricing merchandise.
As needed, welcome donors in a timely manner in a way that they feel confident that KARM Stores appreciates them and understands their value.
As needed, handle the receiving and donation process with the utmost respect and care including, greeting the donor, assisting in unloading donations, telling the KARM Stores story, repeating details back to donor and issuing a receipt.
Help maintain clean and well organized reception, presort and processing areas.
Maintain clean and well organized personal processing station.
Adhere to, daily, all employee policies and procedures outlined in the Employee Policy and Procedures manual and the KARM Stores’ Mission Statement.
Ability to recognize quality merchandise and effectively seek guidance on pricing from Processing Manager.
Work with and effectively communicate with the Processing Manager, other processing employees and donors on a daily basis.
Daily serve with fellow employees so that there is a healthy and productive work environment.
Adhere to daily and weekly production goals.
Ability to produce quick and accurate work in a face-paced environment.
Understand and comply with policies and procedures related to donated items, including prohibited items and pricing guides.
Effectively use the donation receiving script to communicate appreciation, the KARM Story, and Corner of Your Field to donors.

SPIRITUAL GUIDELINES
KARM Stores Team Members at all levels believe the following:
We believe in the Holy Trinity- God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit.
We believe that God the Father sent His Son, Jesus, to die for us as the ultimate sacrifice.
We believe in Jesus for the forgiveness of our sins.
We believe that the Bible is God’s true Word.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Must be a people person with a pleasant and willing attitude and have a servant’s heart.
Must have a friendly, smiling demeanor.
Excellent communication skills (both oral and written) with an excellent command of the English language.
Ability to write in legible clear handwriting.
Excellent organizational skills.
Must have a commitment to KARM Stores’ mission and mission statement.

PLANNING/ORGANIZATION
Must be detail-oriented and have solid organizational skills.
Must be able to work in a fast-paced environment.
Must be a problem solver and be able to work with a minimum of supervision and take initiative.
Excellent time management skills.
Must possess a demonstrable level of skill and proficiency in planning so to meet established goals.
Computer skills to include general typing skills.
Ability to access web sites to help evaluate the value of donated items.
Ability to read and define problems, collect data, establish facts and draw valid conclusions.
Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written or oral form.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
High School diploma or GED required.

PHYSICAL/ENVIRONMENTAL DEMANDS
Stand – up to 100% of a standard work day.
Walk – up to 75% of a standard work day.
Sit – less than 10% of a standard work day.
Use hands to perform required duties – up to 100% of a standard work day.
Lifting and Bending – up to 75% of a standard work day.
Talk or hear – As needed throughout a standard work day.

Moderate physical activity. Depending on location, this position may require frequent strenuous activity. Able to lift at least 50 pounds. Use hands to lift, sort, clean, organize throughout a standard work day. Depending on location, this position may work in a warehouse setting with some outdoor exposure throughout the workday.

VISION REQUIREMENTS
Close vision (clear vision at 20 inches or less).
Distance vision (clear vision at 20 feet or more).
Color Vision (ability to identify and distinguish colors).
Peripheral vision (ability to observe an area that can be seen up and down or to the left and right while eyes are fixed on a given point).
Depth perception (three dimensional vision, ability to judge distances and spatial relationships).
Ability to adjust focus (adjust the eye to bring an object into sharp focus).

WORK SCHEDULE/HOURS
Part time to full time, Monday through Saturday, up to a maximum of 40 hours per week. Some Saturdays required. Some travel between Alcoa and Lenoir City locations.
Attendance at specific meetings, off-site events or training, as required.




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We are in search of a new team member on our staff to take charge of Youth Ministry. This part-time position, paid hourly, focuses its attention in providing support and organization at St. Anthony. The scope of the position centers around planning, organization, communication, and execution of initiatives, youth nights, events, and projects within youth ministry This is a great opportunity for the right person. An exceptional candidate will possess fantastic organizational skills, be a pro-active/self-starter that identifies and anticipates upcoming needs, exemplifies strong computer/ social media skills and the ability to communicate effectively with other staff, parents, teens, and others who contact the Parish office.


 


 


•      Coordinate youth program, projects, and events.


•       Manage registrations for youth ministry offerings and offer supportive assistance for those registering


•      Support in the set-up, supply gathering, administrative, and final preparation tasks of youth ministry events


•      Assist in all aspects of youth ministry communications on programming, events, and sharing the ministry vision, which includes:


·        Create digital and print marketing communications for intended audiences (teens, parents) using our email, website, and design tools/templates


·        Create content (using graphic templates tools) to build a social media presence that engages youth in the mission of the church


•      Any other duties assigned by the Pastor


 


Key Knowledge and Skills:


 


•      Active in the Roman Catholic faith and commitment to function in a manner consistent with the mission of the Roman Catholic Church


•      Strong communication skills (verbal and written) to professionally communicate, minister to, and represent St. Anthony Parish


•      Knowledge of, or the ability to learn how to use, graphic design template tools such as Canva (knowledge of expert tools a plus, but not required)


•      Experience in Microsoft office software and using database tools


•      Knowledge of, or the ability to learn to use, mass communication, website, and social media tools (Flocknote, Constant Contact, eCatholic sites, etc)


•      Ability to thrive in a collaborative and creative environment


•      Ability to manage multiple projects and deadlines


•      Strong organizational skills


 


 


 



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This is an Associate minister position with the primary duties of Youth Ministry.


The successful candidate must be able to connect with middle and high school students while teaching sound biblical messages and creating events to foster a sense of community.


Recruiting and training adult volunteers for the youth department is also a must.


Duties will include coordinating with the Children's department, to facilitate smooth transition of children to the youth program.


Other duties include scheduling, planning and execution of Community Outreach events and assisting the Lead Pastor in a variety of ways.


There will also be opportunities to fill the pulpit on Sunday mornings as well. 


Salary listed below is merely a starting point and will be discussed upon interview of interested candidates. This position is contract to hire for the right candidate. At end of contract period, salary will be reviewed and renegotiated.



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University of St. Thomas


Campus Minister



The University of St. Thomas (UST), a private Catholic University committed to the liberal arts and the religious and intellectual tradition of Catholic higher education, located in Houston, Texas, near the vibrant central business district, Texas Medical Center, and museum district, is seeking applicants for a full-time Campus Minister. This position is within Student Affairs and reports directly to the Director of Campus Ministry.


Position Summary:


The Campus Minister is a ministry position directly involved with students in the areas of faith development and spiritual integration of the campus community. This position develops and implements retreats, faith-based households, and other initiatives strengthen the faith community on campus. This position reports directly to the Director of Campus Ministry.



Essential Duties and Responsibilities:



  • Plan, organize, and facilitate student retreats, including fall and spring weekend overnight retreats, Busy Student Retreat, and Advent and Lenten mini retreats. This position will be required to attend the retreats and assist in facilitating the retreat.

  • Collaborate with Residence Life in promoting, developing, and supervising faith-based households on campus.

  • Work collaboratively with the Chaplain in supporting and coordinating the liturgical life of the faith community on campus and developing spiritual programs such as catechetical speaker series, daily prayer, and faith formation opportunities for students; serve as primary sacristan for Masses at the Chapel of St. Basil.



  • Assist Director in leading RCIA and Confirmation preparation for students.

  • Directly supervise student interns for retreats, spiritual development, and/or households.

  • Develop communication material announcing various activities and highlighting key campus ministry programs.

  • Work collaboratively with other on-campus groups in order to engage students in Campus Ministry activities.



  • Advise the Campus Ministry team on various aspects of Catholic identity for the University.

  • Participate in various meetings that help support Campus Ministry goals and objectives.

  • Support other areas of ministry and offer ministry of presence at university tradition events.

  • Serve as a rehearsal and day-of liturgical coordinator for weddings held in the Chapel of St. Basil, as needed on a rotating basis with Campus Ministry staff.

  • Serve as UST representative on Young Adult and Campus Ministry activities with the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston. May serve as a representative of Campus Ministry, as requested (e.g. Care Team, Spiritual Integration Committee, etc.)

  • Provide pastoral care and spiritual guidance to students on an ongoing basis.

  • Actively contribute towards furthering our Student Affairs Board of Trustee charges to strengthen UST's (a) Catholic mission and faith integration efforts, and (b) student success efforts.

  • Perform other duties as assigned by the Director of Campus Ministry.



Qualifications and Requirements:



  • Master's degree in Divinity, Theology, Liturgy, or commensurate experience required. If not already completed, this position would involve working towards the completion of a Master's degree.

  • Incumbent must be a practicing Catholic in good standing with the Catholic Church.

  • Minimum 3 years of work experience in ministerial activities related to the faith development of young adults.

  • Minimum 2 years of experience in planning and organizing various young adult programs, retreats, and events.

  • Excellent communications skills, both verbal and written.

  • Excellent organization skills and the ability to prioritize projects and activities.

  • Ability and a deep desire to work in collaboration with others.

  • Possess the enthusiasm, creativity, knowledge, and energy needed to meet the demands of the position.

  • Demonstrate the love and understanding of the age group that they intend to serve.

  • Must be reliable and dependable to meet the scheduled work hours.

  • Demonstrate an intermediate level of proficiency in Microsoft Office suite and other graphic design software (e.g. Canva, InDesign, Finale, etc.)



Working Conditions


  • Position will require working on occasional Sundays, Holy Days (e.g. Easter, Christmas, etc.), evenings, and weekends at specific events such as retreats, weddings, etc. Physical requirements are those of a normal business office. A valid driver's license required in order to attend retreats and other events off-campus.


The University of St. Thomas is an Equal Opportunity Employer




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Graduate Resident Children's or Youth Minister-TN, TX, MS, AL, KY, LA, FL, GA, NC, PA, VA


*Two Spanish/English Positions available. 22 additional openings.


Fulfill your call to youth ministry through the Graduate Residency in Youth Ministry at the Center for Youth Ministry Training (CYMT). The Graduate Resident Youth Minister is a unique professional ministry opportunity that provides you with a job at a local ministry setting while both training and coaching you as you earn your Masters of Arts in Youth Ministry through a CYMT partner seminary. CYMT offers regional campuses in Tennessee and Texas through partnerships with Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary and our new Nashville Extension Campus of APTS. Partner churches are from multiple denominations within a four-hour radius of Nashville, TN and Austin, TX. Acceptance to the program is competitive, as the cohort spots are limited in each region. The cost to the resident is only $1,500 for the 3-year program.


Graduate Residents will receive:



  • Full scholarship for tuition, books, and housing


  • Masters degree from accredited seminary


  • A job as a youth minister in a local church/camping ministry


  • $1,000 per month stipend



  • Veteran youth ministry coach


    Core Components:





  • Cohort: Residents are part of a dynamic, group-learning community that provides encouragement and support as they walk through ministry together.


  • Coaching: Residents receive one-on-one coaching from a youth ministry veteran to help master and apply critical skills.


  • Classroom: In retreat-style, four times per semester, residents will be challenged to think theologically about ministry and empowered to create ministry programs that evoke deep, life-changing Christian faith.


  • Church: Residents get hands-on experience in a local church where they serve 25 hours weekly as youth minister.


  • Care: Residents receive pastoral care and encouragement, empowering them to seek wholeness in their life. 



Qualifications:



  • Distinct call to youth or children’s ministry


  • Ministry experience working with children or youth



  • Undergraduate degree


    Theological Beliefs


    CYMT partners with congregations and individuals representing the theological views and diversity of mainline Protestant Christianity. We partner with mainline Protestant denominations including the United Methodist Church, Presbyterian (PCUSA), Cumberland Presbyterian, Lutheran (ECLA), Episcopal, Disciples of Christ, American Baptist, and Cooperative Baptist Fellowship. Our partner seminary is Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary.


     


    Application deadlines:


    Early admission: November 15


    Final: March 15 or until filled.  As of 3/17/21 we still have a few openings.


    The Center for Youth Ministry Training is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that exists to equip youth ministers and churches to develop theologically informed and practically effective youth ministries. 





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The Thrift Store with a Mission


In recent years, KARM Stores has become some of the most popular thrift stores in East Tennessee. You never know what you’re going to find at KARM Stores – from designer clothing to beautiful gently-used furniture and appliances. KARM Stores shoppers know it’s a treasure-hunter’s paradise. But there’s more…Everything that is sold at or donated to KARM Stores helps us with our singular mission of restoring lives in Jesus’ name. So, while shoppers are getting all of these great things, and team members are working in a fun thrift environment, there are also great things being done for those in need right here in East Tennessee.


Why We Do What We Do


To provide funding for Knox Area Rescue Ministries.


To tell the story of KARM and KARM Stores.


To reveal Christ in everything we do. 


History of KARM Stores


KARM Stores is part of the Knox Area Rescue Ministries which has been serving the Knoxville homeless community since 1960. KARM provides emergency services, meals, shelter as well as recovery programs for those in need.  KARM averages 800-1000 meals served each day and can provide bed space for up to 400 every night.  


Today KARM serves men, women and children through a variety of progressive ministry programs designed to break the cycle of homelessness.  


For the guests of KARM who are ready to change their life, KARM has programs that assist with that.  One of their most successful programs is LaunchPoint Life Academy which will spend time looking at the basics of getting a job, budgeting, and creating a stable environment to build one’s life back.  


The Serenity Shelter is a program specifically for women.  It includes various recovery programs and safe havens.


The Berea Program is an unprecedented personal development opportunity at KARM focused on work, learning, and service.  The objective of Berea is to prepare students for the abundant life God has planned for them and to provide a strong, Biblical foundation to build a life upon after KARM and have successful restoration into the community.


All of these programs require funding and that is where the stores come in. One hundred percent of the profits earned through the retail stores help fund Knox Area Rescue Ministries.  


Job Details


SUMMARY
To process donations from donors to the retail department. This includes, but not limited to, accepting, sorting and pricing donated items.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB
Is able to daily perform any of the required job duties within the processing team. This includes all requirements related to accepting donations, presorting and pricing merchandise.


Welcome donors in a timely manner in a way that makes them feel confident KARM Stores appreciates them and understands their value.


Handle the receiving and donation process with the utmost respect and care including, greeting the donor, assisting in unloading donations, telling the KARM Stores story.


Help maintain clean and well organized reception, presort and processing areas.


Ability to recognize quality merchandise and effectively seek guidance on pricing from Processing Manager.


Work with and effectively communicate with the Processing Manager, other processing employees and donors on a daily basis.


Daily serve with fellow employees so that there is a healthy and productive work environment.


Adhere to daily and weekly production goals.


Ability to produce quick and accurate work in a face-paced environment.


Effectively use the donation receiving script to communicate appreciation, the KARM Story, and Corner of Your Field to donors.

SPIRITUAL GUIDELINES
KARM Stores Team Members at all levels believe the following:
We believe in the Holy Trinity- God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit.
We believe that God the Father sent His Son, Jesus, to die for us as the ultimate sacrifice.
We believe in Jesus for the forgiveness of our sins.
We believe that the Bible is God’s true Word.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Must be a people person with a pleasant and willing attitude and have a servant’s heart.
Must have a friendly, smiling demeanor.
Excellent communication skills (both oral and written) with an excellent command of the English language.
Ability to write in legible clear handwriting.
Excellent organizational skills.
Must have a commitment to KARM Stores’ mission and mission statement.

PHYSICAL/ENVIRONMENTAL DEMANDS
Stand – up to 100% of a standard work day.
Walk – up to 75% of a standard work day.
Sit – less than 10% of a standard work day.
Use hands to perform required duties – up to 100% of a standard work day.
Lifting and Bending – up to 75% of a standard work day.
Talk or hear – As needed throughout a standard work day.

Moderate physical activity. Depending on location, this position may require frequent strenuous activity. Able to lift at least 50 pounds. Use hands to lift, sort, clean, organize throughout a standard work day. Depending on location, this position may work in a warehouse setting with some outdoor exposure throughout the workday.

WORK SCHEDULE/HOURS
Part time to full time, Monday through Saturday, up to a maximum of 40 hours per week.




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The Brenham Church of Christ is about a 200-member church with a modern building located in the small but growing central Texas town of Brenham, Texas. We have a great passion for community, outreach, children, youth, families, seniors, missions, and all of God's people! For more information, you are welcome to visit our website at www.brenhamchurchofchrist.com and our YouTube channel which has many of our recent videos, programs, and recorded worship services!


We are seeking a full-time pulpit minister due to the retirement of our current pulpit minister who has been with us 12 years. We hope that God will guide us through this process and lead us toward the candidate who will be the best fit to help us achieve the purposes He has in store for our future! Any interested ministers or future ministers are welcome to email us or send their resume to brenhamchurchtx@gmail.com. For more information, you are welcome to visit our website at www.brenhamchurchofchrist.com and our YouTube channel ("Brenham Church of Christ") which has many of our recent videos, programs, and recorded worship services. We look forward to hearing from you!



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The Thrift Store with a Mission


In recent years, KARM Stores has become some of the most popular thrift stores in East Tennessee. You never know what you’re going to find at KARM Stores – from designer clothing to beautiful gently-used furniture and appliances. KARM Stores shoppers know it’s a treasure-hunter’s paradise. But there’s more…Everything that is sold at or donated to KARM Stores helps us with our singular mission of restoring lives in Jesus’ name. So, while shoppers are getting all of these great things, and team members are working in a fun thrift environment, there are also great things being done for those in need right here in East Tennessee.


Why We Do What We Do


To provide funding for Knox Area Rescue Ministries.


To tell the story of KARM and KARM Stores.


To reveal Christ in everything we do. 


History of KARM Stores


KARM Stores is part of the Knox Area Rescue Ministries which has been serving the Knoxville homeless community since 1960. KARM provides emergency services, meals, shelter as well as recovery programs for those in need.  KARM averages 800-1000 meals served each day and can provide bed space for up to 400 every night.  


Today KARM serves men, women and children through a variety of progressive ministry programs designed to break the cycle of homelessness.  


For the guests of KARM who are ready to change their life, KARM has programs that assist with that.  One of their most successful programs is LaunchPoint Life Academy which will spend time looking at the basics of getting a job, budgeting, and creating a stable environment to build one’s life back.  


The Serenity Shelter is a program specifically for women.  It includes various recovery programs and safe havens.


The Berea Program is an unprecedented personal development opportunity at KARM focused on work, learning, and service.  The objective of Berea is to prepare students for the abundant life God has planned for them and to provide a strong, Biblical foundation to build a life upon after KARM and have successful restoration into the community.


All of these programs require funding and that is where the stores come in. One hundred percent of the profits earned through the retail stores help fund Knox Area Rescue Ministries.  


Job Details


SUMMARY
Works under the direction of the Retail Management team in carrying out all retail operations in the store, including creating a Christ-centered environment, register operations, customer service, store appearance and displays, and employee interactions.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB
Assist the Retail Management team daily, in the building of the team, by being an example of “revealing Christ” to all staff, donors, and customers.
Assist the Retail Management team in the retail operations of the store, including the handling of cash and credit card payments, and any non-cash purchases in order to ensure the accuracy and security of all transactions.
Work alongside the management staff to help maintain registers and tills through the shift.
Assist in training employees on how to use the registers and the paperwork process that is required as a cashier including register logs, donation logs, etc.
Work with the Retail Management team daily, to establish and maintain customer service standards in order to ensure compliance with the company mission statement and to provide a pleasant shopping experience for each customer.
Work under direction of the Retail Management team, as needed, to train new employees in order to ensure the employees have all essential training needed to be successful in their position with a focus on the registers.
Work with store staff, daily, in maintaining the physical appearance of the store, including, but not limited to: ordering and maintaining needed janitorial and restroom supplies, removing safety hazards, picking up store merchandise and restoring to proper place, cleaning parking lot, sidewalks, windows and doors, store floors, restrooms and other public areas, to ensure the safety and health of customers and employees.
Assist store staff, daily, in stocking store shelves and clothing racks, in order to provide customers with maximum shopping opportunities.
Assist store staff, as needed, to set up or change store displays in order to provide a pleasant shopping environment and to entice customers to shop new areas or items within the store.
Communicate, daily, all events related to customer service issues or problems, register mistakes, employee issues or accidents, and general store operations to the manager, in order to ensure all issues are handled properly and in accordance with company policies and procedures.
Supervise, as needed, the store operations and staff, in order to ensure compliance with company mission statement and company policies and procedures in the absence of, but under the expressed direction of the Retail Management team.
Attend as required, or requested, all training events provided by the company and all store meetings as scheduled by the manager in order to keep current on any policy changes, new procedures, and other information essential to performing the job.

SPIRITUAL GUIDELINES
KARM Stores Team Members at all levels believe the following:
We believe in the Holy Trinity- God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit.
We believe that God the Father sent His Son, Jesus, to die for us as the ultimate sacrifice.
We believe in Jesus for the forgiveness of our sins.
We believe that the Bible is God’s true Word.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Must be a people person with a pleasant and willing attitude and have a servant’s heart.
Experience in retail operations preferred.
Excellent communication skills (both oral and written) with an excellent command of the English language.
Excellent math and money handling skills.
Must have a commitment to KARM Stores’ mission.
Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written or oral form.
Microsoft Office, including Word and Excel (spreadsheets)
Email communications (including attachments)
Ability to operate a cash register and credit card machine
Ability to operate general office machines, copier, fax, printers, scanners

PLANNING/ORGANIZING
Must be detail-oriented and have solid organizational skills.
Must be a problem solver and be able to work with a minimum of supervision and take initiative.
Excellent time management skills
Must possess a demonstrable level of skill and proficiency in planning so to meet established goals.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
High School diploma or GED preferred. Two to three years experience in retail or related experience preferred.

PHYSICAL/ENVIRONMENTAL DEMANDS
Stand 3/4 of the time
Walk 3/4 of the time
Sit 1/4 of the time
Use hands to type – computer keyboard or register 3/4 of the time
Use hands to handle documents and merchandise 3/4 of the time
Talk or hear All Day
Moderate physical activity on a daily basis, with occasional strenuous activity. Able to lift at least 50 pounds. Use hands to lift, sort, clean, organize throughout a standard work day. Store is a well-lit, heated and/or air-conditioned indoor retail and office setting with adequate ventilation. Manager will have to use hands to type, handle documents and money, stock shelves and clean.

WORK SCHEDULE/HOURS
For Full-Time Monday – Saturday, minimum of 35 hours per week and maximum of 40 hours per week. Attendance at specific meetings or off-site events or training may be required.
For Part-Time Monday – Saturday, maximum of 28 hours per week. Attendance at specific meetings or off-site events or training may be required.




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Graduate Resident Children's or Youth Minister-TN, TX, MS, AL, KY, LA, FL, GA, NC, PA, VA


*Two Spanish/English Positions available. 22 additional openings.


Fulfill your call to youth ministry through the Graduate Residency in Youth Ministry at the Center for Youth Ministry Training (CYMT). The Graduate Resident Youth Minister is a unique professional ministry opportunity that provides you with a job at a local ministry setting while both training and coaching you as you earn your Masters of Arts in Youth Ministry through a CYMT partner seminary. CYMT offers regional campuses in Tennessee and Texas through partnerships with Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary and our new Nashville Extension Campus of APTS. Partner churches are from multiple denominations within a four-hour radius of Nashville, TN and Austin, TX. Acceptance to the program is competitive, as the cohort spots are limited in each region. The cost to the resident is only $1,500 for the 3-year program.


Graduate Residents will receive:



  • Full scholarship for tuition, books, and housing


  • Masters degree from accredited seminary


  • A job as a youth minister in a local church/camping ministry


  • $1,000 per month stipend



  • Veteran youth ministry coach


    Core Components:





  • Cohort: Residents are part of a dynamic, group-learning community that provides encouragement and support as they walk through ministry together.


  • Coaching: Residents receive one-on-one coaching from a youth ministry veteran to help master and apply critical skills.


  • Classroom: In retreat-style, four times per semester, residents will be challenged to think theologically about ministry and empowered to create ministry programs that evoke deep, life-changing Christian faith.


  • Church: Residents get hands-on experience in a local church where they serve 25 hours weekly as youth minister.


  • Care: Residents receive pastoral care and encouragement, empowering them to seek wholeness in their life. 



Qualifications:



  • Distinct call to youth or children’s ministry


  • Ministry experience working with children or youth



  • Undergraduate degree


    Theological Beliefs


    CYMT partners with congregations and individuals representing the theological views and diversity of mainline Protestant Christianity. We partner with mainline Protestant denominations including the United Methodist Church, Presbyterian (PCUSA), Cumberland Presbyterian, Lutheran (ECLA), Episcopal, Disciples of Christ, American Baptist, and Cooperative Baptist Fellowship. Our partner seminary is Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary.


     


    Application deadlines:


    Early admission: November 15


    Final: March 15 or until filled.  As of 3/17/21 we still have a few openings.


    The Center for Youth Ministry Training is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that exists to equip youth ministers and churches to develop theologically informed and practically effective youth ministries. 





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