It’s More Than a Job; It’s a Calling.

Serve Christ in the workplace investing time and talent in kingdom work

Fulfill Your Calling
Serving on staff at Johnson Ferry is more than a career, it is a calling for dedicated followers of Jesus who are passionate about making a difference. God has given everyone gifts and talents for His purpose. Maybe He is calling you to serve on staff as one of the ways to fulfill that purpose. Pray for God's direction before applying and throughout the hiring process.

Benefits
Medical, dental, vision and life insurance in addition to vacation and compensated time away. Staff takes part in various team building activities, ministry celebrations, and idea sharing workshops.

We ask each team member to accept and agree with our Statement of Faith, carry out our Key Core Values and meet our Membership Expectations.

“Working here is one of the biggest blessings in my life. Not only do I spend my days doing what I love, but I get to do it surrounded by a group of people who genuinely feel called to be here as well.”
-Emily, Global Ministry

Open Positions

Apply for an open position if you have a passion for ministry.

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Abuse Protection Policy

  • Safe Harbor

    Safe Harbor, Johnson Ferry's Abuse Protection Policy, has been in place since 2002 and serves to provide a safe, secure environment to teach and care for children, students and elderly members and ministry participants. The goal is to protect children and the elderly from abuse, molestation or any type of inappropriate behavior by employees or volunteers in the church. In addition, the policy also serves to protect employees and volunteers from false accusations. Safe Harbor requirements include:

    • An application to serve or work at Johnson Ferry
    • Signature agreement of Safe Harbor policy and guidelines
    • Background check on every volunteer working with minors or elders AND every employee of JF with a three year renewal.
    • Three character references required on every volunteer and employee
    • MinistrySafe Abuse Awareness Training (national program) for ALL employees
  • Accountability

    A reporting chain of several levels is in place and documented on our SAFE HARBOR program flyer located in kiosks around the church as well as in the Employee Handbook. Johnson Ferry is a mandatory reporter to the Department of Family and Childhood Services if reasonable cause to believe child or elderly abuse has occurred. Please join us in praying for God’s protection over our church, volunteers and staff, as well as any children and senior adults that are vulnerable in our sinful world.

Security

All candidates for employment or volunteer positions are required to complete a confidential Safe Harbor application, including references and permission for a background check.

Questions?

If the right position is not available now, the best way to get involved is to volunteer!

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