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Grace Presbyterian Church's mission is to love God, love others, and make disciples. If you are interested in being on full- or part-time staff with us as we live out that mission, please see below for any available job openings.

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    Women's Ministry Childcare Coordinator

    We are looking to hire a Women's Ministry Childcare Coordinator. This part-time position is responsible for recruiting, hiring, training, and staffing the childcare program for Tuesday morning Bible studies, Friday morning MOPS, and other women's ministry events as needed. For more information, please contact Sarah Alkire.

    Job Title: Women’s Ministry Child Care Coordinator

    Job Status: Part-time

    Benefits: As indicated in the Staff Handbook

    General Purpose: To oversee child care for women’s ministry events

    Key Goals and Objectives:

    • Plan, assist, implement, and oversee all aspects of Tuesday morning childcare and Friday MOPS Kids
    • Recruit, train, and schedule child care workers
    • Provide child care for additional women’s events as requested

    Reporting Relationships:

    • Position reports to: Director of Women's Ministry
    • Position consults with: Director of Children's Ministry
    • Positions that directly report to this position: Childcare workers and volunteers

    Key Job Responsibilities:

    1. Recruit and hire child care workers to provide excellent care for children of all ages and abilities
    2. Teach and train child care workers in safety procedures, church policy, and children’s ministry procedures
    3. Communicate effectively with parents, child care workers, and church staff on a regular basis
    4. Plan and schedule age appropriate activities for each classroom
    5. Maintain clean classrooms and toys and provide supplies and materials needed
    6. Complete background checks, ensure necessary paperwork is completed, and oversee completion of time cards for all childcare workers
    7. Utilize the church database system, Grace Connect, for room reservations and check-in process for children and workers

    Key Success Factors:

    • Strong organizational skills with extreme attention to details with an eye for excellence
    • Ability to build and lead volunteer teams
    • Self-starter, good at multi-tasking and prioritizing projects
    • Proficient computer skills and ability to utilize social media platforms to reach others


    • Well-organized, effective communicator, good people skills
    • Ability to be on your feet for long periods of time
    • Experience in working with children and families
    • Considerate of others
    • Good attitude
    • Reliable and trustworthy
    • Team player
    • Manages details

    Review: Reviewed annually

    For a PDF version of this job posting, click here.