Job Opportunities

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Since the church began in 2010, Harvest Bible Chapel Denver has seen God’s grace.  What was once a small gathering of men and women in an apartment building has now grown to a congregation of around 1,500 on two campuses.

MISSION

Harvest Bible Chapel exists to glorify God through the fulfillment of the Great Commission (Matthew 28:19-20) in the spirit of the Great Commandment (Matthew 22:37-40).  We desire to make quality disciples of Jesus Christ by Worshiping Christ, Walking with Christ and Working for Christ.

The church is founded on Four Pillars
1. Unapologetic Preaching (2 Timothy 4:2)
2. Unashamed Adoration (John 4:23-24)
3. Unceasing Prayer (1 Thessalonians 5:17)
4. Unafraid Witness (Romans 1:16)

TO APPLY
To apply for any of our open positions, please send your resume and cover letter to: hr@harvestdenver.org Be sure to include the following information.

  • Position(s) for which you are applying. Please note we only need one submission per person, not per position.
  • How you came to hear about Harvest and the job opportunities here.
  • Any other questions related to the role for which you are applying that are found in the job description itself.

After sending your resume, you will receive an e-mail reply stating your information was received. If your credentials and work experience meet our qualifications, we will contact you with next steps.

Please note that all Harvest Bible Chapel staff must be members or committed to membership within three months of employment and must have a personal and growing relationship with Jesus Christ.



CURRENT JOB OPPORTUNITIES

  • Campus Pastor (Full Time) - Broomfield Campus

    SUMMARY:

    This position reports to the Executive Pastor and the Campus Pastor of the Englewood Campus of Harvest Bible Chapel Denver. This person is an entrepreneurial catalytic leader with a shepherd’s heart and a passion to lead, grow, and multiply disciples. He will serve as the Campus Pastor at the Broomfield Campus with leadership accountability for staff, volunteers, outreach, assimilation, discipleship, multiplication, and shepherding.  The Broomfield Campus was launched in the Spring of 2016 and currently has a church family of about 200.

    KEY SKILLS:

    • Dynamic leader
    • Connector
    • Team builder
    • Influencer
    • Outstanding communicator

    EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS:
    Bachelor’s Degree.  Biblical or theological education would be preferred.

    WORK EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

    • 2-3+ years leadership experience in a large organization
    • 2-3+ staff management and the ability to drive execution with urgency
    • 2-3+ years staff/volunteer leadership in a church

    OTHER SKILLS + QUALIFICATIONS:

    • Personal and growing relationship with Jesus
    • Must be a member of Harvest or become an active member within 6 months of employment
    • Natural catalyst with high sense of urgency, drive, and energy
    • Excellent interpersonal skills
    • Strong verbal and written communication skills
    • High ability to handle confidential information

    JOB REQUIREMENTS:

    Weekend Worship Service – enable people to lift high the name of Jesus in worship

    • Partner with the worship department and worship production volunteers to provide a high impact worship service.
    • Maintain Harvest standards for excellence in all elements of the worship service.
    • Provide the ordinances of communion and baptism for the congregation.
    • Provide the pastoral presence on the platform and in the lobby before/after services.
    • Guarantee facility services people – including clean & clutter-free spaces, security, medical response, etc.

    Assimilation – create a culture that expresses “You are Loved”

    • Welcome newer people into the church through greeting, conversations, follow up contacts, etc.
    • Provide ways to help new people connect into the life of the church – Party, Membership, etc.
    • Develop volunteer welcome teams to create a “You are Loved” culture and serve during weekend worship services – parking, greeters, ushers, Guest Reception, Walk/Work table
    • Oversee the assimilation programs and database tracking systems

    Discipleship – disciple others toward a growing walk with Christ

    • Oversee the development of Flock Leaders and Small Group leaders through training, coaching, and connection.
    • Manage three kinds of adult Small Group – men’s, women’s, and men & women together.
    • Direct the men’s ministry.
    • Direct the women’s ministry through developing a leadership team.
    • Provide settings to help people grow in their marriages and parenting

    Congregational Care – serve the body of Christ in a variety of ways

    • Pastoral care through hospital visitation, weddings, funerals, baby dedications, phone calls, note writing, etc.
    • Biblical counseling for people in need – usually an initial assessment appointment and then referral as needed.
    • Pray for and with people -- personally and through the Friendship Registers.
    • Help connect people with our benevolence ministry.
    • Develop a team of people to tangibly care for those in our body: card writing, counseling, etc.
    • Provide special events during the year to help people connect with each other

    Family Ministry – help children and teens to discover Christ and passionately follow Christ

    • Provide clear direction for the Family Ministries of the campus and make sure Harvest standards are implemented.
    • Oversee the Coordinator for the Children’s Ministry for children birth through fifth grade – including Sunday AM, Wednesday PM, and special events.
    • Oversee the Coordinator for the Student Ministry for students (6th-12th grade) – including Sunday PM and special events.

    Ministry Leadership & Management – provide leadership to the leaders and ministries of the campus while submitting to Harvest leadership

    • Oversee the campus staff and church office functions.
    • Various administrative tasks – bulletin, website, signage, church calendar, etc.
    • Maintain quality control of all aspects of the church – facility, ministries.
    • Ensure that proper policies are followed within the church – including offering collection, counting, and processing.
    • Maintain a balanced budget for the campus, payment of bills, coding expenses, etc.
    • Serve on a leadership team with other Harvest pastors and under the direction of a Harvest pastor.

    Full/Part time: Full time with benefits
    Reporting to: Executive Pastor and Englewood Campus Pastor
    Weekly Hours: 45+
    Compensation: commensurate with experience/qualifications.

    TO APPLY:
    To apply for this position, please send your resume and cover letter to hr@harvestdenver.org.
    Be sure to include the following information.

    • Position(s) for which you are applying. Please note we only need one submission per person, not per position.
    • What interests you about this particular position?
    • Why are you looking for a ministry position at this time?
    • Why you? Why do you think you might be the right person for this position?

    After sending your resume, you will receive an e-mail reply stating your information was received. If your credentials and work experience meet our qualifications, we will contact you with next steps.

    Please note that all Harvest Bible Chapel staff must be members or committed to membership within three months of employment and must have a personal and growing relationship with Jesus Christ.

  • High School Pastor- ENGLEWOOD CAMPUS

    Summary

    The High School Pastor of the Englewood Campus exists to assure ongoing, growing and effective ministry to High School (HHS) Students – striving to make fully engaged disciples of Jesus Christ. The primary role of this position is to coordinate daily, weekly and monthly tasks that are critical to the growth, development, care and maintenance of Harvest High School students.

    Role

    • Reports directly to Executive Pastor and Campus Pastor.
    • Plan, organize and execute weekly HHS program.
    • Develop a Bible-based curriculum that grounds HHS students in the Word.
    • Recruit, train and equip small group leaders to effectively disciple students.Planning, organizing and executing major events per year. (retreats, summer camp, mission trips)
    • Establish and maintain an assimilation process for High School Students.
    • Serve the HHS body through Pastoral care, Discipleship, Counseling both students and parents.
    • Create and maintain a Student Leadership Team to raise up mature disciples.
    • Maintain a presence and involvement in local High Schools
    • Assure overall church objectives have been achieved as they relate to HHS:
      • effectively incorporate the church’s ministry purpose, objectives, and goals
      • efficiently and effectively perform assigned responsibilities and duties
      • assess and address possible risks and exposure to the church
      • reliably manage HHS budget
      • observe internal policies, standards, and procedures
    • Perform other duties as requested by the Harvest Leadership.

    Experience + Education Preferred

    • Bachelor’s Degree (from Bible School preferred)
    • 3 – 5 years of experience working with High School/Jr. High students in Ministry

    Essential Qualifications

    • Maintain a vital and growing walk with the Lord through committed Bible study, prayer, meditation and fellowship.
    • Maintain proper spiritual priorities.
    • Develop personal evangelism opportunities within and outside the church.
    • Faithfully support the ministries of the church through stewardship of spiritual gifts, finances and time.
    • Strong ability to see plans through from start to finish.
    • Flexible and comfortable with change.
    • Must become a Member of Harvest Bible Chapel Denver within 3 months of hire.

    Salary and Benefits
    Compensation is commensurate based upon experience, previous ministry work, and educational accomplishments.

  • Facilities Support (Part-time) -ENGLEWOOD CAMPUS

    SUMMARY
    Facilities Support is a part time position (around 30-35 hrs./ week) at the ENGLEWOOD CAMPUS, reporting to the Facilities Manager.  This individual provides support for facility-related activities, including building maintenance, custodial services, outdoor maintenance and clean-up, and event setup and teardown, and other tasks as required.

    ROLE

    • Provides building clean-up per ministry and event requirements
    • Helps ministries and events run smoothly
    • Replaces light bulbs and ballasts as needed
    • Removes snow as required due to weather conditions
    • Conducts and maintains inventory of supplies
    • Transports supplies as needed throughout the building
    • Uses ladders and lifts as needed
    • Responsible for opening and closing of building as needed
    • Completes other tasks as required

    EXPERIENCE + EDUCATION PREFERRED

    • High school diploma or equivalent


    ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS

    • Experiencing a personal and growing relationship with Jesus Christ
    • Able to lift 40 pounds
    • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment
    • High level of integrity; humble, flexible, and trustworthy
    • Strong desire to help and serve others
    • Able to follow direction, work independently, and see jobs through to completion
    • Strong interpersonal and communication skills
    • Detail-oriented and has the ability to multi-task
    • Interact well with others; effectively work with teams and individual

    PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

    • Maintain a vital and growing walk with the Lord through committed Bible study, prayer, meditation, and fellowship.
    • Maintain proper spiritual priorities.
    • Develop personal evangelism opportunities within and outside the church.
    • Faithfully support the ministries of the church through stewardship of spiritual gifts, finances, and time.

    SALARY RANGE
    $13.00-$14.00/hour

     

    GENERAL WORK DAYS/ HOURS/ SCHEDULE:

    • 30-35 hours per week
    • Normal hours of operation are 8am – 5pm Monday through Friday, but staffing for events at other times may be necessary.
    • Periodically requires working on Sundays.
    • Scheduled as needed in conjunction with other Facilities team members.

We need PART-TIME Paid Childcare workers at the ENGLEWOOD Campus! 

Harvest Bible Chapel is looking for part-time childcare workers. You must attend Harvest to apply and help in this paid position.

Details: After filling out an application, running a background check, and completing an interview this would be a part-time, paid position for people willing to commit to a weekly timeslot. Pay is $10 hourly with a variety of time slots available throughout the week. The most pressing need at the moment is on Wednesday evenings from 6-8:30pm, Saturdays from 1:30-5:00pm and Sundays for two separate shifts; one from 7:00-9:00am and the other from 3:00-6:30pm.  Are you interested?  Please fill out the form below or contact AmyBeth Brower, Childcare Coordinator.

I am interested in helping with Childcare in a part-time, paid position: