Part-time Office Administrator - Covenant Presbyterian Church

Part-time Office Administrator

Covenant Presbyterian DTC is a vibrant, loving congregation in the Denver Tech Center.  We are seeking a part-time Office Administrator to work 4 days a week/24 hours a week. Must have good organizational and computer skills, some bookkeeping or accounting experience is needed, and the ability to relate well to a wide variety of people. Often the first impression people get of our church is through this position, so a gracious spirit and ability to work well with others is of key importance. Send resumes to

Director of Children's Ministries - Eagle River Presbyterian Church

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Eagle River Presbyterian Church seeks a knowledgeable, energetic, innovative Christian teacher and leader to serve as its Director of Children’s Ministries. This is an amazing opportunity to make this ministry ‘your own’ and to make a long-term difference in the lives of children and their families across the Eagle River Valley/Vail Valley.

Qualifications: A strong faith in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. Must possess two years of experience working with children in an educational setting. An education background in Christian ministries, theology, or elementary education is preferred. 

Compensation: The starting pay $25.00-27.00 per hours (DOQ) for 20 hours/wk. Benefits include paid vacation, paid sick leave, and paid study leave.  Must be available to work Sundays.

First look at resumes: April 15. Application Deadline: April 27, 2019.

Position Details at:  click here or contact Cristi Musser, Personnel Elder at:

Send resume, one-page Statement of Faith, contact information for five references to:

Printable information, click here.

Facilities Assistant - Part Time - Central Presbyterian Church

Facilities Assistant – Part Time

(15 hours average per week)

The Facilities Assistant is responsible for the general cleanliness, maintenance, and safety of the church building -responsibilities that support the congregational life and help further the mission of Central Presbyterian Church.

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Resumes can be emailed to: Joseph Martell, Director of Operations,

Director of Youth Ministries - First Presbyterian Church, Fort Collins, CO

Position Title:          Director of Youth Ministries

Supported by:         Senior Pastor, Discipleship and Spiritual Formation Center


Our welcoming and vibrant Fort Collins church seeks an exceptional new team member who shares God’s heart for youth to lead our middle (grades 6-8) and high school (grades 9-12) ministries. Our focus is assuring our youth feel loved, encouraged and challenged as they explore and grow their relationship with Christ

 Do you have excellent people and organizational skills, solid bible knowledge, and the maturity to guide our youth through this formative time? If so, please submit your résumé and the names of three work references, PLUS please be sure to include a cover letter explaining why you are the right fit for this specific position to Corey Nelson.

 You will develop, coordinate and administer an effective and comprehensive ministry to the middle school and high school youth of the church, their families and the community. 

 This is a part-time salaried position, with a salary range of $24,000 to $30,000.  Hours, salary, and benefits to be negotiated to fit the successful candidate. The search will be open until the position is filled.  Expected start date is August 2019.

Highlands Presbyterian Camp and Retreat Center is seeking a Seasonal Director of Summer Camps

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The Director of Summer Camps is part of team of strong leaders committed to excellence in ministry.  The Director of Summer Camps is responsible planning, coordinating and overseeing the Summer Camp program at Highlands.  Responsibilities include:

  1.  Recruit, hire and train all paid summer program staff.

  2. Recruit and train volunteer leadership for summer.

  3. Meet requirements of ACA Accreditation and Colorado Child Care Licensing Regulations.

  4. Be present on site and oversee all aspects of Summer Camp when in session. 

  5. Supervise and support summer staff and volunteers on a daily basis, providing information, resources, counseling, and disciplinary action as needed.

  6. Plan and hold weekly summer staff meetings.

 The Director shall be directly accountable to the Executive Director.  Highlands Summer Camp programs include residential Summer Camp, Partnership Day Camp, and Mission Work Camp.

Onsite housing and competitive salary provided.  The successful seasonal staff person will be eligible for the full-time, year-round permanent position.

Send resume to

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Interested in being a Summer Camp Counselor??
Serving on Summer Staff at Highlands is the Opportunity of a Lifetime!
Young Adults age 18 and older are invited to a summer in which they will explore and expand their faith, build friendships for a lifetime and serve in ministry with children and youth!  

Apply online at