Summer Employment 2019 – Overview

At The Met, we want to make an impact on people’s lives by making disciples of Jesus Christ. This comes about by equipping our emerging leaders so they can invest in the lives of those under their care. The Summer Employment Program provides full-time employment that both enables candidates to be able to introduce people to Jesus and helps them on their journey towards becoming devoted followers of Christ. We are looking for individuals aged 15-30 to join our staff team to have a practical, hands-on ministry experience in the Children’s, Youth, and Outreach Ministries.

We are looking for:

  • devoted disciples of Christ who model a passion for God and a love for all people;
  • those who are able to work full-time (includes weekend work);
  • leaders who energize others through their passion, optimism and attitude;
  • those who demonstrate that they will do anything it takes to get the job done;
  • those who are adaptable and aligned to the requirements;
  • those who demonstrate communication, shepherding, relational, and task-management skills;
  • those who are teachable and willing to learn and grow; and,
  • those who are proficient in computer database skills and social media.

If you think you fit these criteria then please take a look at the opportunities below.  (Note: there will be other related duties as well. This is simply a summary.)

Schedule:

  • 32 - 37.5 hours per week, mid-May/June to August
  • Will require working Sundays 

Application Deadline:  March 10, 2019

Apply Here

Available Positions:

METKids Activity Lead

  • Assists with Vacation Bible Camp and MetroHoops through data entry, registrations, set-up and tear down, providing leadership as required, and following up with campers;
  • teaches in the summer edition of the Early Childhood Sunday School class and develops leadership characteristics during the class experience; and,
  • prepares material for the Fall Sunday School program including organizing materials, preparing promotional materials, and engaging with the overall promotion of the program.

 METKids Administrative Assistant

  • Assists with database-related tasks for the Children’s programs including scheduling, data entry, quality control, database management, training, generating reports and manuals, and analysis;
  • oversees check-in process for Children’s Ministry on Sundays;
  • assists in training volunteers for ministry; and,
  • assists with teaching in the Vacation Bible Camp, MetroHoops, and Pre-school to Grade 6 Sunday School classes and follows up with camp attendees.

 METYouth Events Lead

  • Develops and executes a plan for summer and fall activities for youth ranging from 13 to 17 years old;
  • plans meetings with volunteers to organize support network for summer youth events and activities;
  • runs a summer edition of a youth program focused on developing spiritual awareness (Youth Alpha);
  • performs various administrative duties as relating to the responsibilities; and
  • assists with teaching in the Vacation Bible Camp, MetroHoops, and Pre-school to Grade 6 Sunday School classes and follows up with camp attendees.

Operations and Systems Analyst

  • Assesses, analyzes, and documents ministry needs and supports the development of business solutions to meet these needs;
  • documents workflow and user instructions and end-to-end project requirements;
  • identifies application deficiencies and provides/recommends solutions to the support team;
  • creates standard database queries for standard report exports;
  • presents applications and functionalities to key staff and volunteers – training;
  • performs data analytics and database management tasks – database maintenance sourced through queries on activity;
  • leads end-to-end collaborative gathering and documentation of information;
  • assists with teaching in the Vacation Bible Camp, MetroHoops, and Pre-school to Grade 6 Sunday School classes and follows up with camp attendees.