Careers2018-07-31T16:00:06-05:00

Human Resources Coordinator

Job Summary
St. Luke’s Human Resources department supports the entire Church staff which encompasses the Westheimer, Gethsemane and The Story Houston campuses, as well as the Nick Finnegan Counseling Center.  We are in need of a strong HR Coordinator to assist us in providing timely, quality service and to enable us to expand our suite of deliverables. This is a part-time, twenty hour per week position which reports to the Human Resources Manager.

Responsibilities

Provide administrative support throughout the employee lifecycle :

  • Assist with recruiting, new hire orientation and onboarding
  • Process, track and audit employment status changes
  • Assist with benefits orientation
  • Process benefits enrollments and changes
  • Assist with employee exits

Provide specific support to the department:

  • Maintain all HR/Benefits files
  • Complete data entry and ensure data integrity in internal and external data management systems
  • Complete required government reporting
  • Complete verifications of employment
  • Respond to employee inquiries for verifications and documents

Provide general support to the department:

  • Assist with annual benefits Open Enrollment
  • Assist with annual performance and compensation review process

Assist with special initiatives and events

Requirements & Attributes

  • Associate’s degree or 2 years college required; Bachelor’s degree in HR track/related discipline strongly preferred
  • At least two years of progressive, administrative work experience
  • At least one year of experience working with large data management systems
  • Exceptional skills in Microsoft Office
  • Strong oral and written communications skills including the ability to be a patient listener
  • Must affirm St. Luke’s values and beliefs

Candidates considered for an offer of employment will be required to submit to a background check.

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Building Engineer

Job Summary
The Building Engineer is responsible for the overall maintenance of all buildings, grounds and systems at the Westheimer campus. This position also provides back-up maintenance support to the Gethsemane campus.  This is a full-time position which frequently requires work on Sundays and occasionally on weekends and evenings.  The Building Engineer reports to the Director of Facilities.

Responsibilities

  • Monitor and ensure the timely, accurate completion of preventive maintenance and repairs for the Westheimer campus including the buildings, grounds, systems and physical plant.  Supervise subordinate staff and/or outside contractors/vendors to ensure proper work completion.
  • Supervise outside contractors/vendors in the maintenance of HVAC, Elevators, Fire Protection Equipment, Exterminators and other directly contracted facilities services.  Coordinate with the Director of Facilities to ensure that work performed is per contract and within cost parameters.
  • Interface with and respond to the Day School Resource Coordinator for maintenance requests.
  • Perform back-up programming/coordination of HVAC energy management system.
  • Supervise and ensure the proper maintenance of all Church leased property.
  • Supervise and ensure the proper maintenance of all Church vehicles.
  • Ensure work is performed in adherence to all policies and procedures.
  • Assist with the coordination of Security on church property.

Requirements & Attributes

  • High school diploma/GED
  • A minimum of seven years directly related building maintenance experience including HVAC, electrical, plumbing and structural
  • Basic Microsoft Office computer skill
  • Effective oral and written communications skills in responding to work requests and discerning maintenance and repair needs
  • Ability to manage multiple priorities and effectively triage work requests
  • Ability to supervise others and effectively foster cooperative work relationship with direct reports, outside contractors/vendors and Church staff

Candidates considered for an offer of employment will be required to submit to a background check.

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Coordinator of Children’s Church

This position will coordinate the development and implementation of Children’s Church, a new worship experience for children of St. Luke’s and The Story Houston.   This is a part-time, 20 hour per week position, which reports to the Director of Children’s Ministries.

Responsibilities

Developing & Implementing

  • Build a new leadership team, which includes established leaders from St. Luke’s and The Story Kids
  • Recruit, train and equip worship leaders, small group leaders, storytellers, and other key leader opportunities for our youth and adults to help launch this new worship service
  • Select developmentally and spiritually appropriate curriculum that encompasses our 5 habits:
  • We pray.
  • We study the Bible.
  • We make friends.
  • We tell our stories.
  • We give ourselves away in generosity and service.

Building Community

  • Collaborate with ministries and worship communities to foster community in our church and our neighborhood.
  • Partner with parents and our intergenerational church family to nurture our children as we, together, fulfill our ministry purpose, to build a spiritual foundation in each child that will last a lifetime.
  • Foster relationships with other church communities to share ideas and create ways of bringing new children and their families to know and love Jesus.

Ministry Focus

  • Embrace, love and care for our children.
  • Serve on the Children’s Ministries team and Children’s Council and participate in other programs and events as a vital team member.

Spiritual Gifts which are Helpful for this Job Include:

  • One or more of these spiritual gifts: apostleship, administration, shepherding, leadership, compassion, evangelism and exhortation (encouragement)
  • Evidence of a passion for cultivating a love of Jesus in each child
  • Active and growing disciple of Jesus

 

Requirements & Attributes

  • A Bachelor’s Degree
  • Prior ministry leadership experience including working with a large group of volunteers
  • Proven ability to collaborate and work with other ministry leaders
  • Strong organizational skills; the ability to delegate responsibility and follow-up to complete tasks
  • Strong communication skills, both oral and written, including the ability to listen to and communicate with children, their families, lay leaders and our community
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office and social media tools

Candidates considered for an offer of employment will be required to submit to a background check.

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