What you need to do

  • Look at the job descriptions below.
  • Fill out an application form before Friday, April 12, 2024. (The link to the online form is underneath each description for convenience).
  • Be between the ages of 15-30.
  • Any questions? Contact Pastor Natasha at natasha.davidson55@gmail.com

This position will be working under the direction of the Pastors, assisting in the implementation of community initiatives, as well as church-related children’s programs throughout the week. This opportunity is ideal for a student who has had some experience working in the area of children’s programs and would like to explore this area more fully. It is also ideal for students wanting to work in a team setting, wanting to learn how to plan and organize events, and how to offer leadership to volunteers. This student will not displace or replace any existing employees or volunteers. Throughout this experience, the child and youth worker will be trained in leadership and involved in training that will help in various tasks each day. The student will be trained and then help to plan summer events and activities, organize the work process, supervise volunteers and young people, provide training, prepare and deliver presentations and report to the church leadership on the process of the work. Specific duties include: assisting the Next Generation Ministry Coordinator/C.E. Board in planning children’s programs, assisting in the training and supervision of the students, initiating partnerships with community agencies and coordinating community initiatives that will benefit children, the community, and the church. They will also be assisting various children’s ministry program directors in implementing key summer events [i.e. Vacation Bible School, Backyard Club, Sports Camp, and Music Camp], weekly assessments and reporting [written and verbal] to the pastoral staff and C.E. Board.

The Summer Youth worker will be working under the direction of the pastors, assisting in the implementation of community initiatives, as well as church-related youth programs throughout the week. This opportunity is ideal for a student who has had some experience working in the areas of teen programs and would like to explore this area more fully. It is also ideal for students wanting to work in a team setting, wanting to learn how to plan and organize events, and how to offer leadership to younger people. This student will not displace or replace any existing employees or volunteers. Throughout this experience, they will be trained in leadership and involved in training that will help in various tasks each day. The student will be trained and then help to plan summer events and activities, organize the work process, supervise volunteers and young people, provide training, prepare and deliver presentations and report to the church leadership on the process of the work. Specific duties include: meeting regularly with the Next Generation Ministry Coordinator to plan various teen events/programs and assess the progress, giving direction to youth in small and big group settings, being a part of the planning and execution of various teen outreaches in our community, initiating and building relationships with teenagers in the surrounding neighbourhood, weekly reporting to and involvement with pastoral staff during regular staff meetings, weekly journaling of experiences, learning and progress.

The Summer Office Assistant will be working under the direction of the Next Generation Ministry Coordinator assisting in the implementation of community initiatives, as well as church programs throughout the week. This opportunity is ideal for a student who has had some experience working in communication and would like to explore this area more fully. It is also ideal for students wanting to work in a team setting. This student will not displace or replace any existing employees or volunteers. Throughout this experience, they will be trained in leadership and involved in training that will help in various tasks each day. The student will be trained and then help to plan summer activities and events, communicate the information to the general public, contact volunteers, provide training, prepare and deliver presentations, take photos of events, and report to the church leadership on the process of the work. Specific duties will include Meeting regularly with pastoral staff to plan various events/programs and assess the progress, initiating and building relationships with the Springhill community, taking photos and publishing them, weekly reporting to and involvement with pastor staff during regular staff meetings, weekly journaling of experiences and learning progress.