Employment

Please find the listings for the positions that are currently available at Westminster Presbyterian Church below.


Head Custodian
Job Description
Westminster Presbyterian Church – Grand Rapids, MI
Supervised by:  Facilities Manager

 

Position Summary:

This position is accountable to the Facilities Manager.  The primary focus of this position is to insure that Westminster’s facilities are properly maintained and cleaned to host church and related ministry events and programming.  This involves oversight, planning, scheduling, execution, and follow-up.

Job Classification:  Non-Exempt, hourly position, 35 hours per week

Key Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Prioritize, schedule, and direct custodial tasks on a daily, weekly, and annual basis.
  2. Schedule and coordinate major cleaning projects with other staff members.
  3. Maintain and clean all carpeted areas.
  4. Maintain and clean all tiled areas.
  5. Coordinate with other staff members, committees, and leaders to ensure proper set-up, equipping, and restoration of classrooms and other facilities.
  6. Make minor building and equipment repairs.
  7. Order, store, inventory, and secure building supplies and materials.
  8. Provide emergency “on call” services.
  9. Have a good understanding of the building, mechanics, and equipment to be available to step in for Facility Manager as needed
  10. Perform other duties as assigned.
  11. Works with others as a team to accomplish church goals.

Essential Skills

  1. Relate well to members, visitors, and staff.
  2. Possess interpersonal skills to effectively supervise the custodial staff.
  3. Able to effectively and safely operate equipment to maintain the interior and exterior of the WPC campus.
  4. Attend to details and thoroughness.
  5. Able to work flexible hours, and be available for special events as needed and respond to emergency “on call” situations.
  6. Capable of moving heavy and/or awkward objects.
  7. Employ safe work practices.
  8. Able to work in a Christian, faith based environment.

To apply for this position, please send your resume and cover letter to Kathy Cisler at kathrync@wpcgr.org.


Administrative Assistant for Mission
Job Description
Westminster Presbyterian Church - Grand Rapids, MI
Supervised by: Church Administrator

Job Classification: Non-exempt, hourly position, 35 hour per week

Position Summary:

This position supplies administrative support to the program staff responsible for the following ministries:

 Associate Pastor for Mission and Pastoral Care
 Minister for Mission
 Church Administrator

Key duties and Responsibilities:

For Mission:

  1. Track mission participants in event registration, receive and record the required deposits, forms etc.
  2. Maintain Mission Participation lists and web interface
  3. Research travel arrangements and track dates and deadlines for mission trips
  4. Maintain all committee minutes for committees under Minister for Mission and Associate Pastor
  5. Update and maintain, in CDM+, all committee members for groups under Minister for Mission and Associate Pastor
  6. Back-up as needed for office staff, including maintaining membership database and related functions; financial database entry; calendaring and mailing; filing; greeter’s desk; maintaining office machines; etc.
  7. Other duties as assigned by Minister for Mission and Associate Pastor

Skills Required:

  1. Ability to positively interact with staff, volunteers, parishioners and public
  2. Strong computer skills: MS Office, Publisher, Outlook, and CDM+, In Design
  3. Ability to work with internet/websites and social media
  4. Strong communication and listening skills
  5. Excellent command of the English language: correct grammar, proofreading, editing, and composition skills
  6. Experience operating office machines and equipment
  7. Possess a sense of flexibility
  8. Must be detail oriented and have good organizational skills
  9. Self – starter and problem solving abilities necessary

To apply for this position, please send your resume and cover letter to Kathy Cisler at kathrync@wpcgr.org.


Assistant Program Manager
Job Description
Community Food Club of Grand Rapids

Position Summary: The Food Club Assistant Program Manager is a dual role, ensuring operation of the Community Food Club volunteer program, and assisting the Food Club Program Manager with day-to-day service coordination. This is a part-time position (24 hours per week) that will require Saturday availability.

Job Classification: Part-time, 24 hours per week

I. Relationship with Collaborative

   A.  Supervised by the Food Club Program Manager

II. Specific Functions

   A. Volunteer Management

  1. Recruit, train and supervise Food Club Volunteers
  2. Perform administrative work corresponding to this role including the tracking, scheduling, reporting and appreciation of all volunteers
  3. Ensure volunteer participation in conjunction with Food Club Program Manager.

   B. Service Coordination

  1. Uphold and demonstrate Community Food Club culture and values, maintain confidentiality of member information and obtain appropriate releases of information
  2. Assist Program Manager with general Membership Services functions including member experience, sign up and payment of membership fees
  3. Assist Program Manager with general merchandising of product including layout, displays and cleanliness

   C. Professional Ethics

  1. Demonstrate a commitment to better understand other cultures and issues of social justice, and promote racial understanding and reconciliation
  2. Maintain knowledge of volunteer management trends and provide insight and feedback to Program Manager to create a culture of continuous improvement and development.

   D. Other

  1. Assist in maintaining a clean and attractive store
  2. Additional duties as assigned

 III. Qualifications

Education: Bachelor's degree or applicable experience

Experience: Minimum 1-2 years volunteer coordination and/or management experience preferred. Strong customer service experience required.

Skills: Strong demonstrable verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills. Ability to work and communicatge with both large and small groups, diverse constituents, and flexibility to multi-task. Computer proficiency, especially with Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Word. Ability to learn, and teach, Commuinity Food Club's online database. Provide Demonstrated attention to detail and excellence. Bi-lingual (Spanish) preferred.

General Conditions: Must be willing and able to work in  non-traditional work setting with the ability to walk, kneel and lift a minimum of 25 pounds. Compliance with criminal background investigation protocol. Must have access to reliable transportation.

The mission of Community Food Club of Greater Grand Rapids is to be a collaborative systgemic response to hunger, promoting food security, consumer choice and dignity for vulnerable member households. Equal Opportunity Employer.

Interested parties should email their resume and cover letter to Holly Anderson at holly.anderson@communityfoodclubgr.org. Applications reviewed as received. Equal Opportunity Employer.


Receiving and Stocking Associate
Job Description
Community Food Club of Grand Rapids

Job Summary: The Food Club receiving and Stocking Associate is responsible for maintaining the stocking, rotation, and appearance of merchandise within the Food Club. This is a part-time position (20 hours per week) that may require Saturday availability.

Job Classification: Part-time (20 hours per week)

I. Relationship with Collaborative

    A. Supervised by the Food Club Program Manager

II.

    A. Receiving & Stocking

  1. Assist in receiving, unloading, and stacking of merchandise in back room
  2. Fill and organize product on merchandise shelves, displays and cases
  3. Communicate with the Food Club Program Manager if any products or supplies need to be ordered
  4. Handle spoiled and/or damaged products according to rules and regulations
  5. Maintain clean, organized, and efficient back room

    B. Professional Ethics

  1. Demonstrate a commitment to better understand other cultures and issues of social justice, and promote racial understanding and reconciliation.

    C. Other

  1. Assist in maintaining a clean and attractive store
  2. Additional duties as assigned

III. Qualifications

Education: High School Diploma, GED or equivalent

Experience: 1-2 years receiving/stocking experience. Pallet jack and hi-low experience preferred

Skills: Strong and effective demonstrable verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills. Ability to work both independently and collaboratively. Flexibility to multi-task. Provide demonstrated attention to detail and excellence. Provide insight and feedback to Program Manager to create a culture of continuous improvement and development.

General Conditions: Must be willing and able to work in non-traditional work setting with the ability to lift, carry, push, pull bend and twist while handling product. Ability to stand for long periods of time. Must be able to lift 10-75 pounds repeatedly. Compliance with criminal background investigation protocol. Must have access to reliable transportation.

The mission of Community Food Club of Greater Grand Rapids is to be a collaborative systgemic response to hunger, promoting food security, consumer choice and dignity for vulnerable member households. Equal Opportunity Employer.

Interested parties should email their resume and cover letter to Holly Anderson at holly.anderson@communityfoodclubgr.org. Applications reviewed as received. Equal Opportunity Employer.