As a staff, we aim to create and sustain a healthy environment that promotes maximum fulfillment of our Mission as a family of faith. We see ministry at the Chapel as a calling rather than a job—a place where we can use our God-given gifts and skills to make disciples of Jesus and tend to their growth and maturity, equipping them for Kingdom work.
At the Chapel, we emphasize that life is all about relationships. Our staff is made up of teams that work together--and that have a lot of fun together too!
For more information about Williamsburg Community Chapel, please read our Core Beliefs, which all employees are required to sign.
If you are interested in what internship opportunities are available at the Chapel, please visit our Intern Positions page or email for more information.
Current Employment Opportunities
Applications are received and employees are hired without regard to race, color, sex, age, national origin, marital status, physical or mental handicap, veteran status, or citizenship status. Williamsburg Community Chapel does reserve the right to employ persons who have a Christian background and a philosophy of ministry and who, in the opinion of the Chapel, have a work history and lifestyle which is consistent with Scriptural principles.
Our basic employment process is below. Some positions may involve additional interviews beyond the second interview. Initial interviews have a spiritual focus, and second interviews focus on position-specific knowledge and skills.
We will contact you if you are selected for an initial interview. You will be contacted if at any point in the process beyond the initial interview we determine that we do not wish to proceed further.
- Submit application and resume
- Initial interview
- Second interview
- Employment offer
Food Services Director
The Food Services Director provides overall direction for the Food Services team in support of the Chapel's ministries. This position oversees all activity in the kitchen, trains personnel, plans menus, oversees product purchasing, and manages the Food Services budget. Specific responsibilities include providing leadership, mentoring, training, and supervision to Food Services staff and volunteers; planning, overseeing, directing, and/or performing the food preparation, cooking, serving, and clean up activities for Food Services functions; Developing, planning, and/or overseeing the development and planning of all menus for events requesting food service including estimating food, labor, and incidental costs; inventory management; establishing and maintaining effective Food Service policies, procedures, and systems; and working productively and collaboratively with fellow Support Service team members, other staff members, congregants, and guests. This is a full-time position.
You must have a personal faith in Jesus. The successful candidate will have a high level of proven organizational skill, including but not limited to attention to detail and the ability to accurately and calmly administrate multiple tasks in a high-pressure, time-sensitive environment. Excellent verbal and written communication skills are required. The successful candidate will have experience leading, training, and developing staff. Experience working with volunteers is desirable. The successful candidate will possess a moderate level of computer literacy, particularly in the use of Microsoft office. Five years of progressive experience in high-volume food production or catering, or commensurate culinary education and experience is required. ServSafe training and certification is desirable.
This is a full-time position, Sunday, Tuesday-Friday with occasional evening and weekend events. Benefits include group health insurance and dental and vision insurance with an employer contribution; employer provided life insurance, short- and long-term disability insurance; paid sick leave, vacation, inclement weather leave, and holidays; and a 403b plan with employer match.
Early Childhood Caregiver
Early Childhood Caregivers are part of a team that serves children ages birth-five years and their families. They are responsible for creating and maintaining a safe and caring learning environment and for working with other Caregivers to implement daily age-appropriate activities for the children in their assigned classroom in accordance with the Chapel's curriculum and philosophy.
You must have a personal faith in Jesus, an enthusiastic attitude, and a personal call to work with young children. The successful candidate will have proven experience caring for young children; prior experience in a preschool or comparable childcare setting is desired. You must have excellent verbal communication skills and the ability to relate well to children and adults.
This is a part-time position averaging 12 hours or less per week during the school year (September to early June). Our programs follow the WJCC school system schedule and occur on Tuesday-Thursday mornings, Tuesday evenings, and/or occasional evening and weekend hours. To apply for this position, please click the "Submit an Online Application" button.