Ministry Prayer Representative

Crossroads Christian Communications Inc.

has a position available within the part time pool in our Ministry Centre for a

Ministry Prayer Representative

Shifts:

This position is a great fit for someone who is interested in working on a casual basis filling in as needed.  Available shifts will fall on weekend days/evening and overnight and some shifts through the week in the evenings or overnight.

Reporting:

Reports directly to the Prayer Centre Manager.   Training will be provided.

Responsibilities:

  • Answer Ministry telephone calls, encourage caller with active listening, sharing scripture, prayer, and offering resources
  • Complete necessary reports and forms
  • Attend Prayer Partner staff meetings and training opportunities when feasible
  • Assist with some administrative work if required
  • Maintain a neat and presentable working environment
  • Minister to others according to the founding principles of CCCI

Qualifications:

  • Consistent prayer & devotional life and Christian maturity
  • Gentle and Christ-like servant attitude
  • Pleasant telephone manner
  • Bible College or equivalent
  • Church involvement and pastoral reference
  • Must be able to work various shifts
  • Ability to work well in a diverse environment with people of various Christian denominational backgrounds
  • Motivated self-starter, able to make decisions and require minimal direct supervision
  • Must complete basic training requirements
  • Ability to complete forms accurately
  • Legible handwriting
  • Ability to speak French would be an asset

Applications are preferred by email to the Director, Human Resources, Cheryl Campbell: ccampbell@crossroads.ca  no later than April 28, 2017, and should include a cover letter and resume.

Applications internally and externally will be considered. This position is open to both female and male applicants. Crossroads Christian Communications Inc. (CCCI) is an Employment Equity Employer. CCCI adheres to the Provincial Privacy Policy. For more information on this policy visit: www.crossroads.ca