Job Opportunities

Student Life Administrative Assistant

Part-time, 20-30 Hours Per Week

Summary of Position

The Student Life Administrative Assistant supports the leaders and events of the
Student Life Ministries, specifically the Middle School and High School ministries.

Key Responsibilities

  • Coordinate communication between Student Life staff and teens and their families
  • Administrate Student Life events, including:
    • Regular Weekly Meetings
    • Summer Youth Activities
    • Special Events
  • Provide administrative support for the Student Life Pastor and Middle School Director.
  • Administrate the budget and manage the financial details of the Student Life department.
  • Provide up to ten hours per week of support for other administrative tasks under the direction of the team of church administrators.

Qualifications and Proficiencies

  • Strong communication (written and oral), administrative, research and analytical skills.
  • A self-starter and team player.
  • Proficient and experienced at event planning and promotion.
  • Proficiency in various Social Media platforms (Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, etc..)
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office and Google Apps
  • Proficiency at using Internet tools for task management, graphic design, and group communication.

The Intangibles

The ideal Student Life Administrative Assistant will have a vibrant relationship with the Lord that overflows in love for others and in particular for teens and their parents. The ability to interact patiently and confidently with middle and high school students is highly valuable for this position.

Also, the Student Life Administrative Assistant will function on a team of other administrative assistants and needs to be prepared to flex into and out of other departments as necessary.

To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to

Events Staff

Part-Time, 10-20 Hours Per Week

Summary of Position

Event Staff is responsible for preparation and operation of event spaces, supporting both Covenant Life Church and Covenant Life School events.

Key Responsibilities

  • Event Preparation: Set up tables, chairs and other requested equipment in advance of events.
  • Event Cleanup: Clean up and put away resources when events conclude.
  • Custodial: Maintain cleanliness of the building.
  • Security: Support the security staff by conducting safety checks of the building and locking off unused zones of the building.

Qualifications and Proficiencies

  • Must be dependable, responsible, punctual, and self-motivated. 
  • Must possess good communication skills and be a strong team player.
  • Must be able to perform moderate physical labor including lifting and moving furniture.
  • Must pass a criminal background check and be approved to work with children.
  • Preferred: has a driver’s license and a clear driving record.

The Intangibles

  • The best event staff doesn’t consider it an inconvenience to be inconvenienced.
  • The best event staff is, himself, his most demanding boss and asks more of himself than he asks of anyone else.
  • The best event staff serves everyone without delay or complaint.
  • The best event staff surprises people by anticipating needs, being available, communicating actively, and exceeding expectations.
  • The best event staff works hard throughout a shift, finding ways to advance the goals of the church even on “slow” days.
  • The best event staff finds no task too lowly.
  • The best event staff remains connected to the goals of the church by reading all emails, studying the event calendar, reviewing checklists, and asking questions early when details are unclear.
  • The best event staff actively solves problems rather than “reporting” them for others to resolve.
  • The best event staff is unsettled by shortcuts, procrastination, messes, sitting around, or anything that isn’t perfect.
  • The best event staff remembers and is motivated by the fact that Jesus sees all and rewards even the simplest, most private act of service.

To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to

Information Technology Technician

Part-Time, 20 Hours Per Week

Summary of Position

The IT Technician provides level 1 technical help-desk support to end users and supports the IT Director in network administration and IT projects.

The IT Technician is considered an entry level IT support position which requires a minimum education level of a High School diploma (some college or a college graduate is preferred), and possess at least one industry certification (A+, Network+, Security+ or MCSA).

Key Assignments

The IT Technician is primarily responsible for responding to level 1 IT help desk requests,. The IT Technician is expected to prioritize work orders, completing them in a timely manner, document their solutions, and escalate those that cannot be resolved at level 1 to the IT Director or vendor support.

The IT Technician has a secondary responsibility of monitoring and maintaining network servers, switches, and infrastructure devices, and must maintain uptime on and access to key enterprise applications during the production cycle in the absence of the IT director.

Key Proficiencies

The IT Technician must be skillful in providing hardware, operating system and application support for Windows and Mac dekstops and notebooks as well as iOS and Android phones and tablets.

The IT Technician must be familiar with network routers, switches, access points and other network infrastructure components. He or she will have an awareness of Microsoft Active Directory, Group Policy, TCP/IP, DNS, DHCP, file and print services and a basic knowledge of databases.

The IT Technician must have thorough knowledge of Google Apps, Microsoft Office applications, and other business productivity apps and integrations in order to provide end-user support and expert advice.

The IT Technician must also be comfortable with VOIP phone systems and call processing in order to fully support the Dialpad cloud phone system and all of its integrations with Google Apps.

To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to

Security Staff

Summary of Position

The Security Staff provides safety to the church and school by controlling building access and addressing safety concerns.

Key Responsibilities

  • Maintain a physical presence at the primary entrance to the building.
  • Enforce access restrictions to different areas of the building.
  • Monitor security cameras.
  • Greet and direct visitors, signing them in, and providing identification badges and escorts as necessary.
  • Communicating as necessary with management and law enforcement in crisis situations.


  • Experience in security-related work
  • Calm and decisive under pressure

Current Job Openings and Hours

We are currently interviewing for a position that may come open in the future. Subject to change, the anticipated open shifts are 12:00-8:00pm on Mondays and Fridays, 4:00pm-8:00pm on Tuesdays.

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