Career Opportunities

Career Opportunities at The Journey

The Journey is a thriving, growing organization with a continuous stream of career opportunities emerging as we seek to start new churches and ministries. Our pastors, leaders, and staff are here because God has called them to be here. As you pursue vocational ministry, we hope you'll take the time to pray and trust God to lead you wherever he's called you to be, whether with us, or somewhere else.

We are always accepting applications. If you're a pastor or worship leader who is interested, please send a cover letter and resumé to careers@thejourney.org.


 

Part-time Technology Assistant

Qualifications

  1. Fulfills The Journey’s membership requirements as outlined in the membership covenant
  2. Fulfills the character qualifications and duties of deacon as taught in Scriptures (1 Timothy 3:8-13)
  3. Technically-minded and detail-oriented
  4. Experienced in technical troubleshooting and problem solving
  5. Self-driven and eager to continuously expand knowledge base and skill set
  6. Customer service oriented with personable communication and training skills
  7. Experience with MacOS required
  8. Experience in IT and/or live production environments, preferred

Basic Job Description

The Technology Assistant functions as Tier 1 technical support to staff and leaders of The Journey in the areas of IT and live production. Additionally, he/she will facilitate client device (i.e. computers, tablets, etc.), procurement, configuration, and will assist the Technology Team administratively as needed. Some day-to-day responsibilities may include:  

Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Collaborate with team members to effectively handle daily support tickets
  2. Provide Tier 1 support to Journey staff, elders, volunteers, and interns
  3. Deploy Tier 2 and above support when necessary
  4. Purchase, configure, and deploy client devices (i.e. computer, tablet, etc.) for staff and leaders
  5. Process invoices and reconcile purchase receipts
  6. Schedule staff and volunteer techs for services and mid-week events
  7. Assist team members on projects as needed
  8. Facilitate HR on-boarding process through initial and ongoing training

Status: part-time, non-exempt/hourly

Schedule: 20 hours/week, flexible schedule, available for events and services as needed

Benefits: 403b, accrued vacation and sick leave, cell phone reimbursement

Reports to: IT Manager

If interested, please complete this form to apply.


 

Part-Time Human Resources Generalist

Qualifications

  1. Fulfills The Journey’s membership requirements as outlined in the membership covenant
  2. Fulfills the character qualifications and duties of deacon as taught in Scriptures (1 Timothy 3:8-13)
  3. Ability to be proactive and a self-starter
  4. Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills with a customer service orientation
  5. Strong oral communication skills and excellent administrative writing skills
  6. Knowledge of employment laws and practices  
  7. Professional and positive attitude
  8. Thrives in a fast-paced, changing environment
  9. Team player
  10. Ability to maintain a high level of confidentiality  
  11. Bachelor’s degree, preferred
  12. 1-3 years of experience in human resources, benefits or payroll preferred

Basic Job Description

The Human Resource Generalist is responsible for performing human resources related tasks with a high level of professionalism. This position will primarily focus on benefits administration, payroll, HRIS administration, compliance, and employee relations, while also providing support to the Human Resources Director on other HR-related tasks. Some day-to-day responsibilities could include:

Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Manage all benefit and retirement programs, including contributing to plan design, overseeing implementation and day-to-day administration
  2. Educate staff on changes in compensation and benefit packages
  3. Develop and implement personnel policies, trainings, and procedures
  4. Provide guidance and support to employees on work-related concerns and issues
  5. Prepare and maintain employee handbook and policies and procedures manual
  6. Oversee human resource information system records and compile reports from the database
  7. Maintain compliance with federal and state regulations concerning employment law and payroll laws and taxes
  8. Oversee onboarding and offboarding processes, in conjunction with HR Coordinator
  9. Oversee and administer the paid time off and leave of absence programs
  10. Oversee monthly and bi-monthly payroll processes for staff
  11. Manage housing allowance process for ministerial staff members
  12. Timely submit the 403b deposit information to the appropriate provider
  13. Participate in developing department goals, objectives, and systems
  14. Perform other related duties as required and assigned

Status: part-time, non-exempt

Schedule: flexible

Hours: 25-29 hours/week

Benefits: 403b, accrued vacation and sick leave, cell phone reimbursement

Reports to: Human Resources Director

If interested, please complete this form to apply.