��At the Chapel, we emphasize that life is all about relationships. Our staff is made up of teams that work together--and that
We see ministry at the Chapel as a calling rather than a job—a calling to equip others, giving ministry away so that the diverse gifts of the Chapel family can be leveraged to make disciples. If you want to explore whether God �may be calling you to vocational ministry at the Chapel, we encourage you to review our open positions and submit an application.
For more information about Williamsburg Community Chapel, please read our Core Beliefs, which all employees are required to sign.
If you are interested in internship opportunities 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, live a life that is consistent with our Employee Covenant.
Our basic employment process includes:
- Submission of application and resume
- Initial interview (spiritual focused)
- Second interview (position focused)
- Employment offer
Some positions may involve additional interviews or pre-employment testing.
We will confirm that we've received your application and will update you on the status of your application during the hiring process.
Children's Ministry Administrative Assistant
The Children's Ministry Administrative Assistant provides administrative support for all Children's Ministry programs (Early Childhood, Elementary, and Worship Buddies). He or she serves as the initial contact for the Children's Ministry team; maintains Children's Ministry records in the Chapel's database and information systems; maintains the calendar for Children's Ministry events through the Chapel's event management system; serves as Children's Ministry's primary event liaison; oversees the volunteer recruitment, scheduling , and training process for Children's Ministry; keeps parents, volunteers, and other interested parties informed about Children's Ministry; works with other Children's Ministry staff to develop and implement additional programming such as Vacation Bible School; and assists Children's Ministry staff and volunteers with financial forms.
You must have an authentic and compelling personal faith in Jesus, a passion for working with children and their families, a heart for service and discipleship, as well as energy, enthusiasm, and initiative. A high level of proven organizational skill is required, including but not limited to attention to detail and the ability to accurately administrate multiple tasks. The successful candidate will have the ability to perform repetitive data entry tasks dependably and accurately. Excellent verbal and written communication skills are required. The successful candidate will have the ability to quickly learn and manage job-specific database and event management systems. Experience working with volunteers is desirable. A Bachelor's degree or two-five years of commensurate experience are required. A background in education or children's ministry is preferred.
This is a full-time position averaging 32 hours a week, 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 vacation, inclement weather leave, and holidays; and a 403b plan with employer match. To apply for this position, please click the "Submit an Online Application" button.
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.