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Director of Human Resources

Position Type: Full-Time
Department:
Administration 
Reports To: Executive Pastor

Principal Function

Responsible for all activities of the human resource function including, but not limited to, compensation and benefits, HRIS and payroll administration, and employee relations.

Job Description Role and Responsibilities

1. Compensation & Benefits Administration:

  • Serve as liaison between insurance carriers and agents for renewals and on-going issues relating to employee and retiree benefits.
  • Analyze annual renewal bids for benefits from agent and present recommendations to Personnel Committee.
  • Review and recommend update of salary ranges at least every other year.
  • Assist in annual salary increase analysis.
  • Assist in setting annual compensation and benefits budget.
  • Report and monitor worker’s compensation claims and employees on leaves of absence (including FMLA, LTD).
  • Monitor and apply federal and state laws changes related to compensation and insurance benefits regulations (i.e. – ACA, FLSA, etc).

2. HRIS & Payroll Administration:

  • Oversee payroll processing.
  • Oversee all information and reporting through the HRIS/Payroll system.
  • Serve as liaison between church and the payroll company for all payroll needs.

3. Employee Relations & Policy Administration:

  • Assist employees and managers with policy clarification and variations.
  • Council supervisors in employee relations issues and disciplinary process.
  • Administer annual employee evaluation process, 360 assessment feedback and lay evaluations.
  • Coach supervisors in evaluations process and on-going monitor of performance issues including follow up.
  • Serve as primary contact in screening, hiring and on-boarding for new employees including background and reference checks.
  • Monitor and update employee policies handbook as related to changes in federal and state law requirements and church leadership needs.
  • Monitor on-going needs of employee and manager populations regarding training needs, employee morale, etc.
  • Assist department managers in setting department policies, writing job descriptions, sourcing candidates for new or open positions as needed.
  • Monitor internal HR needs of organization; external HR trends in the industry; new legislation effecting employee and retiree needs.
  • Consult with PCBC attorney on sensitive employee relations issues.
  • Setup and maintain all employee files and paperwork.
  • Attend Personnel Committee meetings.

4. All other duties as assigned by supervisor.

General Requirements
  • Be a believer in Jesus Christ and committed to a lifestyle of following and knowing Him.
  • Be a worshipper of the Living God, determined to worship Him in spirit and truth.
  • Be involved in ongoing discipleship for spiritual growth and encouraging those around you to do the same.
  • Be committed to the mission of the church to help people follow Jesus and take the gospel to all the earth.
  • Be a person of integrity and honor in all matters in and out of the church.
  • Be dedicated to excellence in all that is done in the church to the glory of God.
Job Requirements
  • Bachelor’s degree in HR or similar business-related field of study.
  • Minimum 5 years of HR-related work experience.
  • Active certification through SHRM (SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP) and/or HRCI (PHR or SPHR) preferred.
  • Experience working with Paycom (or other similar payroll system) preferred.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.  
  • High proficiency with all Microsoft products (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, etc)

Please send resume to

PCBC Day School Teaching Positions

Qualifications and Requirements

A degree and/or certificate in child development or a related field is preferred, and a basic knowledge of child development is required in addition to at least one year work experience with young children. All teachers must be at least 18-years-old with a minimum education of a high school degree. Teachers must be Christians and actively involved in a local church and help children to learn about God in accordance with Baptist beliefs. Teachers must complete 24 hours of approved child development training yearly including, child abuse and neglect, as well as receive CPR, and first aid training and certification.

Characteristics of a Good Teacher

  • Good physical and mental health.
  • Demonstrate enthusiasm, and show pleasure in working with and caring for young children.
  • Show respect to and relate positively towards children and adults.
  • Follow the lesson plan provided by the Assistant Director and Curriculum Coordinator.
  • Enhance the lesson plans by changing the interest areas to correspond with the curriculum.
  • Have classroom, supplies, and resources ready at the start of each day.
  • Attend mandatory training and meetings.
  • Document the occurrence of significant incidents, and notify the Director/Assistant Director.

Job Responsibilities

  • Change out toys and manipulatives to coordinate with curriculum.
  • Be able to lift and carry children.
  • Inform office of repairs or maintenance as soon as possible.
  • Adhere to clean and sanitizing regulations regarding changing table, mats, tables, chairs and toys after each activity.
  • Take direction from the lead teacher in preparation and closure of classrooms (as detailed in policies & procedures section).
  • Assist in preparing the daily schedule.
  • Attend mandatory training conducted by the Director/Assistant Director.
  • Document the occurrence of significant incidents, and notify the Director/Assistant Director.
  • Two teachers must be present in classroom at all times.

Please contact Nickie Bartlett to apply.

PCBC Day School Infant/Toddler Teacher

Qualifications and Requirements

A degree and/or certificate in child development or a related field is preferred, and a basic knowledge of child development is required in addition to at least one year work experience with young children. All teachers must be at least 18-years-old with a minimum education of a high school degree. Teachers must be Christians and actively involved in a local church and help children to learn about God in accordance with Baptist beliefs. Teachers must complete 24 hours of approved child development training yearly including, child abuse and neglect, as well as receive CPR, and first aid training and certification.

Characteristics of a Good Teacher

  • Good physical and mental health.
  • Demonstrate enthusiasm, and show pleasure in working with and caring for young children.
  • Show respect to and relate positively towards children and adults.
  • Follow the lesson plan provided by the Assistant Director and Curriculum Coordinator.
  • Enhance the lesson plans by changing the interest areas to correspond with the curriculum.
  • Have classroom, supplies, and resources ready at the start of each day.
  • Attend mandatory training and meetings.
  • Document the occurrence of significant incidents, and notify the

Director/Assistant Director Job Responsibilities

  • Change out toys and manipulatives to coordinate with curriculum.
  • Be able to lift and carry children.
  • Inform office of repairs or maintenance as soon as possible.
  • Adhere to clean and sanitizing regulations regarding changing table, mats, tables, chairs and toys after each activity.
  • Take direction from the lead teacher in preparation and closure of classrooms (as detailed in policies & procedures section).
  • Assist in preparing the daily schedule.
  • Attend mandatory training conducted by the Director/Assistant Director.
  • Document the occurrence of significant incidents, and notify the Director/Assistant Director.
  • Two teachers must be present in classroom at all times.

Please contact Nickie Bartlett to apply.

Food Service/Volunteer Coordinator

Principle Function

Position Type: Part-time, hourly
Department:
Administration 
Reports To: Special Events Coordinator

The purpose of the position of Food Service/Volunteer Coordinator is to serve the body of Christ by overseeing an effective food service volunteer team, maintaining a clean and sanitary kitchen, recruiting and scheduling volunteers for ministry events. The position will order food service products/supplies for church ministry areas and outside events.

Major Areas of Responsibility

  • Recruit & schedule volunteers for Food Service events. ie: Wednesday meals, Friday Fest, Church-wide events
  • Facilitate volunteers in helping with set up of food service
  • Supervise volunteers in clean-up duties
  • Prepare for Wednesday meal service
  • Minister to volunteers by operating an open, friendly and hospitable kitchen/event space
  • Develop and establish processes for volunteer roles
  • Order/purchase all paper goods, disposable items, kitchen supplies
  • Order/purchase Beverages (coffee, tea, sodas, bottled water, juice) via distributors
  • Organize & maintain cleanliness of panty & kitchen areas
  • Record receipts into Nexonia (online credit card tracking program)
  • Sort soiled linen from events to appropriate pick-up vendors

Qualifications

  • Must have a working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel & Outlook
  • Must be able to use the Internet and email
  • Must be confident in placing online orders
  • Ability to lift 50 pounds
  • Must be available to work Wednesday evenings.
  • Ability to work standing for up to 3 hours with breaks
  • Organizational skills and ability to work on own initiative
  • Ability to maintain client & volunteer confidentiality
  • Demonstrated ability to work in a fast-paced environment with multi-faceted demands and deadlines
  • Ability to work with minimal supervision, to use independent judgment and to work cooperatively with organizational staff, volunteers, members and outside clients

Contact Christian Scott to apply.