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Power to Change is an organization that seeks to help people know Jesus and experience His power to change the world. No matter what type of work those involved with P2C do, whether staff or volunteers, we understand that our work collectively is to further this overall mission. Furthermore all internship applicants will be required to sign and adhere to the Power to Change Statement of Faith and Code of Conduct.

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Athletes in Action

Job Categories: Basketball
Position Type: Full-time
Job Region/Location: Langley
Reporting Relationship: Reports to Director of Basketball
Working Conditions: Office and Field work
Funding: Ministry Partner Development

Ministry Overview

Athletes in Action (a division of Power To Change) is a ministry that seeks to collectively as well as individually, spread the gospel of Jesus Christ by building movements of evangelism and discipleship through spiritual multipliers in the athletic world. No matter what type of work those involved with AIA do, whether they are staff or volunteers, we understand that our work collectively is to further this overall mission. We envision the day when there is a spiritual multiplier on every team and in every sporting community in Canada.

Position Overview

As part of the Athletes in Action National Office Basketball staff team, the Director of Friday Nite Basketball Leagues (FNBL) BC will provide overall leadership for FNB in BC. FNB Leagues in BC are currently running in the Lower Mainland and on Vancouver Island and so minimal travel to support the leagues will be required. FNB will work in partnership with other AIA ministries, specifically AIA Basketball and Church Partnership Strategies, to see our mission and vision fulfilled through community basketball. Core responsibilities include recruiting, training and mobilizing volunteers, setting and implementing vision, ministry plans and financial plans.

Responsibilities

Oversee the Spiritual Direction of AIA Friday Nite Basketball Leagues BC (overall responsibilities)

  • Model biblical values in daily life allowing people see how Christ can make a difference
  • Grow as a leader who is Christ­like in character and to be faithful, available, and teachable
  • Intentionally develop volunteers to give them the opportunity to take a leadership role within FNB andAIA context and beyond
  • Develop volunteers and leaders who:
    • Understand and experience the life­changing message of the Bible and seek to pass it on to others
    • Are in the process of becoming spiritually multiplying disciples, making a positive impact in their neighbourhoods, places of work, sport contexts and churches
    • Understand the larger vision of AIA Canada and participate in seeing it fulfilled
    • Are knowledgeable and skilled in the specific responsibilities of their roleOverall Leadership of AIA Friday Nite Basketball Leagues

Overall Leadership of AIA Friday Nite Basketball Leagues

  • Brings overall leadership to Friday Nite Basketball Leagues in BC which includes the following:
  • Sets and implements vision and ministry plans for FNB leagues in multiple cities, making it transferable for churches and volunteers to use as a tool to reach their communities with the gospel
  • Develops strategies for surfacing, recruiting and training volunteers
  • Develops training resources and opportunities for volunteers
  • A growing knowledge of coaching youth basketball and developing strategies to train coachesand volunteers in current and effective coaching techniques and skills
  • Tracks key measurements that are meaningful for the growth and overall success of FNBL andAIA Canada
  • Sets and implements budgets and financial plans for the leagues
  • Develops and implements strategies for recruiting participants for the leagues, includingmarketing and registration processesGeneral Responsibilities (5%)

General Responsibilities

  • Ensure funding for ministry purposes through Ministry Partner Development for personal partnership team and overall FNBL ministry needs
  • Participating in Power to Change and Athletes in Action conferences, chapels, and staff training times

Requirements

  • A deep, growing personal relationship with Jesus Christ
  • A passion and commitment to communicate the gospel and a keen interest in Christian ministry work
  • A commitment to Athletes In Action’s leadership, methods and ministry models
  • Heart to reach youth and their families with the gospel of Jesus Christ
  • High administrative capacity
  • Ability to work well with others
  • Leadership abilities and skills conducive to leading a team, training others, and recruiting volunteers, league participants and AIA staff
  • Willingness to learn new skills, be stretched beyond current comfort zone, and receive and give feedback
  • Highly motivated and self­starter
  • Basketball coaching experience

Education and Experience

  • University degree or equivalent.
  • Basketball experience and knowledge; preference in youth basketball coaching experience

Funding

Ministry Partner Development is the process of building a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for the ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical and God will provide everything necessary to fulfill the calling into ministry: finances, emotional strength and perseverance. Building a ministry partnership team is an integral part of being in ministry. There are many opportunities to bless and encourage the partnership team. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

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Application is open until a suitable candidate is found.

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change; however, only suitable candidates will be contacted to continue the application process. In accordance with our mission statement to spread the gospel, everyone who applies to be involved will be required to sign and adhere to the Statement of Faith and Code of Conduct. Candidates who are selected will be required to complete a vulnerable sector check.

Job Categories: Ministry; Discipleship; Evangelism
Position Type: Full-time
Job Region/Location: Positions available on university campuses across Canada
Reporting Relationship: Reports to Athletes in Action National Director
Working Conditions: Primarily on campus
Funding: Ministry Partner Development

Ministry Overview

Power to Change (P2C) is an organization that seeks to collectively as well as individually, spread the gospel of Jesus Christ through movements of evangelism and discipleship. No matter what type of work those involved with P2C do, whether they are staff or volunteers, we understand that our work collectively is to further this overall mission. In accordance with our mission statement to spread the gospel, everyone who applies to be involved will be required to sign and adhere to the Statement of Faith and Code of Conduct.

Athletes in Action (AIA) is a ministry uniquely designed to reach the sports-minded – both professional athletes and professional fans! Working at the amateur, varsity and professional levels, we encourage players and coaches to use the platform of sports to share the message of God’s love.

Position Overview

Athletes in Action Campus Staff serves as a Full-Time Minister and Chaplain. They lead and actively foster spiritual growth among groups of amateur and varsity athletes through their devotion to God, leadership development and the application of biblical principles.

Responsibilities

Campus (80%)

  • Provide spiritual counsel and advice to groups and individuals on spiritual, ethical and life principles and ministering to their needs
  • Actively conduct outreach activities to amateur and varsity athletes and their families
  • Build relationships with coaches, athletes and support staff at the university level
  • Lead Bible Studies and engaging in discipleship with athletes and coaches
  • Speak at pre-game chapels and team meetings
  • Train and equip student athletes for multiplying ministry
  • Work closely with churches and youth pastors in the community to ensure opportunity for Christian athletes to use their platform in the community
  • Challenge and recruit athletes to international tours, projects, national retreats, conferences and camps
  • Work closely with other regional Athletes in Action campus staff and other campus ministries

Other (20%)

  • Attend and help lead at national and international Athletes in Action projects and events
  • Help lead, instruct and counsel at Athletes in Action youth camps during the summer months

Requirements

  • A deep, growing, intimate relationship with Jesus Christ
  • A genuine desire to see people’s lives changed
  • A desire to further personal growth and Biblical knowledge
  • Flexibility to serve in whatever way God calls you
  • A professional approach and demeanor
  • An ability to communicate and actively listen well
  • A proactive self-starter with the ability to follow through
  • A desire to be involved with athletes and athletic culture
  • A desire to be part of and work with a team
  • Good organizational and management skills

Education and Experience

  • Post-secondary education
  • Varsity /post-secondary sports involvement
  • Equivalent combination of education and experience

Funding

This position requires Ministry Partner Development. The successful candidate will have the privilege to build a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for the ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical and God will provide everything necessary to fulfill the calling into ministry: finances, emotional strength and perseverance. Building a ministry partnership team is an integral part of being in ministry. There are many opportunities to bless and encourage the partnership team. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

APPLY HERE

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change; however, only suitable candidates will be contacted to continue the application process. Candidates who are selected will be required to complete a vulnerable sector check.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

Job Categories: Management; Operations
Position Type: Full-time; Permanent
Job Region/Location: Langley, BC; Power to Change National Headquarters
Reporting Relationship: Reports directly to Athletes in Action National Director
Working Conditions: Normal Office Conditions
Funding: Ministry Partner Development
Application Deadline: Ongoing

Ministry Overview

Power to Change (P2C) is an organization that seeks to collectively as well as individually, spread the gospel of Jesus Christ through movements of evangelism and discipleship. No matter what type of work those involved with P2C do, whether they are staff or volunteers, we understand that our work collectively is to further this overall mission. In accordance with our mission statement to spread the gospel, everyone who applies to be involved will be required to sign and adhere to the Statement of Faith and Code of Conduct.

Athletes in Action (AIA) is a ministry uniquely designed to reach the sports-minded – both professional athletes and professional fans! Working at the amateur, varsity and professional levels, we encourage players and coaches to use the platform of sports to share the message of God’s love.

Position Overview

The AIA Pro Ministry Operations Manager for Athletes in Action is responsible for planning and organizing national events of ministry programs at the youth, elite and international level.

Responsibilities

  • Initiate special projects and strategies deemed necessary for growth and leading edge change within the pro ministry
  • Implement programs and tactics that support a new way of evangelism in reaching the secular sport culture in Canada and around the world
  • Management information and administration of the daily operations of AIA Canada’s Pro division
  • Collate and write various sections for ministry reports including reports for Athletes in Action National Director, Donor Fulfillment reports or Athletes in Action Year End reports
  • Regularly report to AIA leadership on metrics and providing accountability and direction for pro staff ministry reporting
  • Provide guidance and assistance to management in the forecasting, planning, developing of funding plans and ensuring forecasted budgets meet actuals; preparation of future operating budgets, to include donor development, and staffing plans and projections
  • Contribute to the evaluation and development of operational strategy and performance with the executive team
  • Develop ministry donor base

Requirements

  • A deep, growing, intimate relationship with Jesus Christ
  • A genuine desire to see people’s lives changed
  • A professional approach and demeanor
  • Excellent people and project management skills
  • Problem solving ability with an eye to improving organizational efficiency
  • An empowered servant-leadership heart with the ability to lead a team
  • Self motivated and hard working
  • A desire to grow and improve in character and competency

Education and Experience

  • Post-secondary education
  • Post-secondary experience and involvement with sports and athletics
  • Expertise and experience in the area of financial management

Funding

This position requires Ministry Partner Development. The successful candidate will have the privilege to build a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for the ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical and God will provide everything necessary to fulfill the calling into ministry: finances, emotional strength and perseverance. Building a ministry partnership team is an integral part of being in ministry. There are many opportunities to bless and encourage the partnership team. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

APPLY HERE

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change; however, only suitable candidates will be contacted to continue the application process. Candidates who are selected will be required to complete a vulnerable sector check.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

Job Categories: Communications, Administration, Recruitment, Training & Development
Position Type: Full-time; Permanent
Number of positions available: 7 (different regions – BC, AB, SK, MB, ON, QC, Maritimes)
Job Region/Location: Depends on region
Reporting Relationship: Reports to AIA Soccer Camp Director
Working Conditions: Normal office conditions, some travel required, virtual (depending on region)
Funding: Ministry Partner Development

Ministry Overview

Power to Change (P2C) is an organization that seeks to collectively as well as individually, spread the gospel of Jesus Christ through movements of evangelism and discipleship. No matter what type of work those involved with P2C do, whether they are staff or volunteers, we understand that our work collectively is to further this overall mission. In accordance with our mission statement to spread the gospel, everyone who applies to be involved will be required to sign and adhere to the Statement of Faith and Code of Conduct.

Athletes in Action (AIA) is a ministry uniquely designed to reach the sports-minded – both professional athletes and professional fans! Working at the amateur, varsity and professional levels, we encourage players and coaches to use the platform of sports to share the message of God’s love.

Position Overview

Athletes in Action Church Soccer Camps is seeking Regional Coordinators to serve local churches by, coordinating church partnership relations and initiatives in every province throughout Canada. This involves building into a team of athletes (players, coaches, trainers) by engaging them in faith adventures to help local churches reach their community through sport. The ideal candidate needs to have a deep, growing, intimate relationship with Jesus Christ, a genuine desire to see people’s lives changed, be self-motivated, flexible, enjoys to travel, works well as part of a team, have strong communication skills, and have college or university sport experience.

Responsibilities

  • Seek to establish and develop partnerships with churches in sports ministry
  • Provide training and development for churches in sports ministry
  • Recruit, train and mentor coaches in personal and spiritual growth and sports ministry
  • Coordinate training workshops and mentor meetings
  • Coordinating communications with churches and planning trainings
  • Liaise between AIA, churches, and communities
  • Train church leaders and athletic influencers in sports ministry
  • Develop church based sports ministry
  • Train and develop sports missionaries
  • Work with AIA church team to help grow and improve ministry development

Requirements

  • A deep, growing personal relationship with Jesus Christ.
  • A passion and commitment to communicate the gospel and a keen interest in Christian ministry work.
  • Leadership skills in areas of staff team development, spiritual development, and church community outreach
  • Good understanding and relating to both a Christian and non-Christian audience
  • Ability to relate and connect well with athletic organizations, coaches, and administrators
  • Excellent oral communication skills

Education and Experience

  • College or university sport experience an asset
  • Post-secondary education completed

Funding

This position requires Ministry Partner Development. The successful candidate will have the privilege to build a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for the ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical and God will provide everything necessary to fulfill the calling into ministry: finances, emotional strength and perseverance. Building a ministry partnership team is an integral part of being in ministry. There are many opportunities to bless and encourage the partnership team. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

APPLY HERE

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change; however, only suitable candidates will be contacted to continue the application process. Candidates who are selected will be required to complete a vulnerable sector check.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

Job Categories: Coaching; Communications; Recruiting; Administration
Position Type: Full-time/Part-time
Job Region/Location: Langley, BC; Power to Change National Headquarters
Reporting Relationship: Reports to Athletes in Action National Soccer Director
Working Conditions: Normal office conditions,
Funding: Ministry Partner Development

Ministry Overview

Power to Change (P2C) is an organization that seeks to collectively as well as individually, spread the gospel of Jesus Christ through movements of evangelism and discipleship. No matter what type of work those involved with P2C do, whether they are staff or volunteers, we understand that our work collectively is to further this overall mission. In accordance with our mission statement to spread the gospel, everyone who applies to be involved will be required to sign and adhere to the Statement of Faith and Code of Conduct.

Athletes in Action (AIA) is a ministry uniquely designed to reach the sports-minded – both professional athletes and professional fans! Working at the amateur, varsity and professional levels, we encourage players and coaches to use the platform of sports to share the message of God’s love.

Position Overview

The Community Coach Ambassador will invest in a local soccer community through building relationships with clubs, churches and the general soccer public. Ultimately, the Ambassador, needs to be able to have a vision and capacity to use soccer as a way to encourage athletes in their walk and multiply their faith. They must be able to see this position as one that serves locally, to build globally. The Ambassador will initiate, mobilize, step out, and be entrepreneurial in building from the ground up. They will have overlap with and ensure the development of current ministry strategies (Church Partnership Camps, International Tours/Project, Cornerstone (AIA ministry strategy that aims at developing local missional communities), and the National Training Camp), recruit and develop new leaders, and help to engage and empower people to use soccer as a tool to reach their local soccer community. By being integrated in the local soccer community, the Ambassador will have a direct connection with the local Cornerstone ministry and it will expect that you will be involved with the Cornerstone ministry model.

Responsibilities

  • Build relationships with coaches, athletes and support staff in local communities
  • Develop and lead an academy that focuses on small group and individual coaching
  • Create coaching content that is transferable and relevant to Coaching 4 Life (C4L)
  • Align yourself with AIA Soccer’s national vision through attending Soccer Summits (annually in Fall and Winter) and participate in weekly staff calls
  • Understand the AIA National philosophy and participates in annual AIA summit in December
  • Challenge and recruit athletes to international tours, projects, national retreats, National Training Camps, conferences, and camps
  • Participate in local or international summer projects (soccer ministry tour, Church Partnership Camps, community premier camps).
  • Work closely with other regional AIA staff across Canada
  • Have significant overlap with Cornerstone and C4L ministry
  • Engaged in a mentorship relationship with an AIA staff person

Requirements

  • A deep, growing personal relationship with Jesus Christ.
  • A passion for empowering people to become missionaries in their soccer communities.
  • A deep, growing, intimate relationship with Jesus Christ
  • A genuine desire to see people’s lives changed
  • A desire to further personal growth and Biblical Knowledge
  • A professional approach and demeanour
  • Excellent communication skills, both oral and written, and able to articulate ministry vision.
  • A self-motivated team builder who can work independently with minimal supervision
  • A passion to coach or play in the local soccer community
  • Good organizational and management skills.
  • Strong administrative skill considered an asset.

Education and Experience

  • Post Secondary education
  • Varsity/ Professional involvement
  • Coaching experience in community settings, varsity or professional level
  • Coaching education minimum provincial B or equivalent

Funding

This position requires Ministry Partner Development. The successful candidate will have the privilege to build a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for the ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical and God will provide everything necessary to fulfill the calling into ministry: finances, emotional strength and perseverance. Building a ministry partnership team is an integral part of being in ministry. There are many opportunities to bless and encourage the partnership team. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

APPLY HERE

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change; however, only suitable candidates will be contacted to continue the application process. Candidates who are selected will be required to complete a vulnerable sector check.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

Job Categories: Writing; Marketing; Communications
Position Type: National Internship (Internship)
Job Region/Location: Langley, BC; Power To Change National Headquarters
Reporting Relationship: Communications Coordinator; Marketing Manager
Working Conditions: Normal Office Conditions
Funding: Ministry Partner Development
Application Deadline: Ongoing

Ministry Overview

Power to Change seeks to glorify God by making a maximum contribution toward helping to fulfill the Great Commission in Canada and around the world by developing movements of evangelism and discipleship. We envision millions of volunteers engaged in faith adventures that transform lives through the power of the gospel. You can be a part of this movement of change by applying your skills in P2C Ministries.

Athletes In Action (AIA) is committed to using the language of sport to communicate the gospel. Our goal is to mobilize athletes and fans worldwide to boldly win people to Christ, deeply build into their lives and send them with an urgency to do the same. Today, there are 60 staff members in Canada and a world-wide team of 600 in more than 60 countries.

Position Overview

The Writer/ Content Developer serves with the Athletes in Action Communications team by gathering and writing stories, professional athlete testimonies, and communications to ministry staff and donors.

Responsibilities

  • Assist the Communications Coordinator in writing content for marketing projects
  • Write articles, titles, teasers, donor letters, marketing materials, and other materials
  • Assist in creating, brainstorming, and strategy
  • Write for Power to Change corporate and ministry projects
  • Communicate with ministries to understand the purpose of materials
  • Assist ministry communications staff with message and brand consistency
  • Research statistics, stories, and current events from around the world

Education and Experience

  • Minimum 3rd or 4th year in post secondary education or a recent graduate
  • Post secondary education in Marketing, Communications, Journalism, English Literature and/or Humanities
  • Proven portfolio of writing and editing projects and pieces

Required Skills and Abilities

  • A deep, growing, intimate relationship with Jesus Christ
  • A passion for Christian ministry work, especially through sports and athletics
  • Skilled in writing in the English language
  • Flexible in writing style dependant on the target audience (i.e.professional, students, donors, etc.)
  • Able to create and execute a copywriting brief
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Actively contribute ideas and suggestions
  • Able to meet tight deadlines
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office

Funding

This position requires Ministry Partner Development. The successful candidate will have the privilege to build a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for the ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical and God will provide everything necessary to fulfill the calling into ministry: finances, emotional strength and perseverance. Building a ministry partnership team is an integral part of being in ministry. There are many opportunities to bless and encourage the partnership team. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

APPLY HERE

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change. In order to make the best use of your time and ours, only applicants who closely match our requirements will be contacted directly.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

Job Categories: Operations; Communications; Administration
Position Type: Full-Time/Part-Time
Job Region/Location: Langley, BC; Power To Change National Headquarters
Reporting Relationship: AIA Operations Director
Working Conditions: Normal Office Conditions
Funding: Volunteer or Ministry Partner Development
Application Deadline: Open

Ministry Overview

Power to Change seeks to glorify God by making a maximum contribution toward helping to fulfill the Great Commission in Canada and around the world by developing movements of evangelism and discipleship. We envision millions of volunteers engaged in faith adventures that transform lives through the power of the gospel. You can be a part of this movement of change by applying your skills in P2C Ministries.

Athletes In Action (AIA) is committed to using the language of sport to communicate the gospel. Our goal is to mobilize athletes and fans worldwide to boldly win people to Christ, deeply build into their lives and send them with an urgency to do the same. Today, there are 60 staff members in Canada and a world-wide team of 600 in more than 60 countries.

Position Overview

The Ministry Operations and Communications Intern will seek to complete project based tasks and system development in order to more effectively serve the needs of the AIA field staff across Canada. This will include a focus in developing financial and statistical performance measures and creating reports to the appropriate Executive Teams. It will also include developing AIA’s marketing and communications for the purpose of increasing communication and branding to ministry partners (investors) as well as participants and leaders of AIA movements across Canada.

Responsibilities

Communications

  • Coordinate newsletters and donor communications
  • Social media development and brand strategy development

Administration and Operations

  • Plan outreaches and various AIA events
  • Coordinate schedules, such as venue details and logistics for events
  • Organize fundraisers and monitor budgets

Systems Development

  • Utilizes various Google Applications (i.e.Google Script/DRIVE) for planning and administrative records
  • Use of WordPress for online AIA website
  • Developing and managing online event registration software

Education and Experience

  • 3rd or 4th year University or recent grad
  • No sports experience necessary, interest in sports administration/ministry an asset
  • Preferred major in Business Studies/Leisure Management

Skills and Abilities

  • A deep, growing, intimate relationship with Jesus Christ
  • A genuine desire to see people’s lives changed
  • A professional approach and demeanor
  • Excellent people and project management skills
  • Problem solving ability with an eye to improving organizational efficiency
  • An empowered servant-leadership heart with the ability to lead a team
  • Self motivated and hard working
  • A desire to grow and improve in character and competency
  • Sports experience preferred but not required

Funding

This position requires Ministry Partner Development. The successful candidate will have the privilege to build a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for the ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical and God will provide everything necessary to fulfill the calling into ministry: finances, emotional strength and perseverance. Building a ministry partnership team is an integral part of being in ministry. There are many opportunities to bless and encourage the partnership team. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

APPLY HERE

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change. In order to make the best use of your time and ours, only applicants who closely match our requirements will be contacted directly.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

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Christian Embassy

Job Categories: Administrative
Position Type: Permanent Full-time or Part-time
Job Region/Location: Ottawa, ON
Reporting Relationship: Reports to Executive Director of Christian Embassy
Working Conditions: Normal Office Conditions as well as on Parliament Hill
Funding: Ministry Partner Development
Application Deadline: Ongoing

Ministry Overview

Power to Change (P2C) is an organization that seeks to collectively as well as individually, spread the gospel of Jesus Christ through movements of evangelism and discipleship. No matter what type of work those involved with P2C do, whether they are staff or volunteers, we understand that our work collectively is to further this overall mission. In accordance with our mission statement to spread the gospel, everyone who applies to be involved will be required to sign and adhere to the Statement of Faith and Code of Conduct.

The Christian Embassy of Canada (CE) serves diplomats, senators, members of the Parliament and business executives. The CE inspires leaders with the Person and values of Jesus Christ. Our staff engages with political, diplomatic, and business leaders to discover Jesus, experience His life-changing power and inspire others to do the same. In building and strengthening relationships with CE offers initiatives that connect leaders with leaders to help them accomplish their responsibilities and learn more about the Christian faith.

Position Overview

There is a consistently high response to our events and growing openness to CE initiatives. Added administrative strength on the team will allow a broader and deeper impact. This individual is often the first contact in CE for many of the 125 embassies in Ottawa and to the office of Parliamentarians. Therefore this individual needs to project a professional image through in-person and phone interaction, in both official languages. He or she will also share in the planning and implementation of outreaches, ranging in size from 3 to 320 participants, and develop a personal ministry to those serving in government or foreign embassies.

Responsibilities

Administrative Responsibilities:

  • Coordinate and set up meetings and events for the director
  • Assist other staff in setting up appointments, as time permits
  • Assists others on the team with administrative aspects of meetings and events
  • Monitor and respond to emails received by our general CE addresses
  • Participate in weekly staff meetings, and prepare agendas and minutes for those meetings
  • Maintain administrative calendar
  • Maintain and update contact and event database
  • For International delegations: help to set up travel, visa, and hotel arrangements
  • Research, draft, or abstract reports for director
  • Greet visitors; answer the telephone
  • Train staff in use of hardware and software to enhance their ministries
  • General clerical duties, which include, but are not limited to, photocopying, faxing, mailing and filing
  • Maintain and replenish inventory of office supplies and regular ministry materials
  • Improve standard operating procedures as needed
  • Other duties as assigned by director

Personal ministry responsibilities (up to 10 hours/week):

  • Develop personal ministry among diplomatic staff and/or staff at the Parliament

Education and Experience

  • Post-secondary diploma

Required Skills and Abilities

  • Fluency in both French and English, including excellent writing skills in both
  • Ability to type at least 40 wpm
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office programs and Google APPS
  • Knowledge of telephone protocol
  • Knowledge of international protocol and/or international experience desirable
  • Ability to put into place or improve administrative systems would be very useful

Preferred Skills and Abilities

  • Bilingual in French and English

Funding

This position requires Ministry Partner Development. The successful candidate will have the privilege to build a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for the ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical and God will provide everything necessary to fulfill the calling into ministry: finances, emotional strength and perseverance. Building a ministry partnership team is an integral part of being in ministry. There are many opportunities to bless and encourage the partnership team. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

APPLY HERE

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change. In order to make the best use of your time and ours, only applicants who closely match our requirements will be contacted directly.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

Job Categories: Administrative
Position Type: Permanent Full-time or Part-time
Job Region/Location: Ottawa, ON
Reporting Relationship: Reports to Executive Director of Christian Embassy
Working Conditions: Normal Office Conditions as well as on Parliament Hill
Funding: Ministry Partner Development
Application Deadline: Ongoing

Ministry Overview

Power to Change (P2C) is an organization that seeks to collectively as well as individually, spread the gospel of Jesus Christ through movements of evangelism and discipleship. No matter what type of work those involved with P2C do, whether they are staff or volunteers, we understand that our work collectively is to further this overall mission. In accordance with our mission statement to spread the gospel, everyone who applies to be involved will be required to sign and adhere to the Statement of Faith and Code of Conduct.

The Christian Embassy of Canada (CE) serves diplomats, senators, members of the Parliament and business executives. The CE inspires leaders with the Person and values of Jesus Christ. Our staff engages with political, diplomatic, and business leaders to discover Jesus, experience His life-changing power and inspire others to do the same. In building and strengthening relationships with CE offers initiatives that connect leaders with leaders to help them accomplish their responsibilities and learn more about the Christian faith.

Position Overview

Social networking and other 21st century means of digital diplomacy are an increasingly important part of our ministry. We need a skilled person who can drive our messaging in ways that are acceptable to diplomats from 125 countries. Special emphasis is to be given to maintaining our website and expanding the audience. The preferred candidate will project a professional image through in-person, phone and on-line interactions in both official languages.

Responsibilities

Communications:

  • Help staff team improve proficiency in writing succinctly and using words that attract search engines. Similarly direct staff to useful communication resources
  • Provide lead to the entire staff team in producing reports of varying length (140 characters for Twitter up to articles that can be published on our website)
  • Maintain CE website with fresh content every week
  • Oversee photography work at all of our major events and send 25 per event to Langley marketing
  • Follow-up tweets and Website inquiries and insure that the proper CE team members is tasked with appropriate follow-up
  • Post upcoming events on the website (calendar section and special graphics)
  • Maintain an attentive eye toward non-CE events and resources that could be featured on CE with director approval
  • On request, represent CE in internal or external forums addressing marketing issues
  • On request, interface with Development and Marketing Departments to discern how effective our marketing is and what can be done to improve it
  • Organize and maintain photo library and audio library of recorded messages from events
  • Coordinate with other Christian Embassies to strengthen our overall global ministry reach and impact

Personal ministry responsibilities (up to 10 hours/week):

  • Potentially act as an online mentor within peers through The Life Project
  • Develop personal ministry among diplomatic staff and/or staff at the Parliament, including, but not limited to, communication specialists

Education and Experience

  • Post-secondary degree
  • Oral and written fluency in both French and English
  • International experience desirable

Required Skills and Abilities

  • A growing personal relationship with Jesus Christ
  • A genuine desire to see people’s live changed
  • Skilled in leading others in evangelism and discipleship, or willing attitude to build skills
  • A professional demeanor
  • Strong relationship building skills
  • Excellent public speaker
  • Strong event coordination skills
  • Advanced working knowledge of WordPress, Google Apps, Twitter, and other communication tools
  • Adobe Creative Suite skill desirable

Preferred Skills and Abilities

  • Bilingual in French and English

Funding

This position requires Ministry Partner Development. The successful candidate will have the privilege to build a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for the ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical and God will provide everything necessary to fulfill the calling into ministry: finances, emotional strength and perseverance. Building a ministry partnership team is an integral part of being in ministry. There are many opportunities to bless and encourage the partnership team. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

APPLY HERE

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change. In order to make the best use of your time and ours, only applicants who closely match our requirements will be contacted directly.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

Job Categories: Politics; Minister
Position Type: Permanent; Full-time
Job Region/Location: Ottawa, ON
Reporting Relationship: Reports to Director of Christian Embassy
Working Conditions: Normal Office Conditions as well as on Parliament Hill
Funding: Ministry Partner Development
Application Deadline: Ongoing

Ministry Overview

Power to Change (P2C) is an organization that seeks to collectively as well as individually, spread the gospel of Jesus Christ through movements of evangelism and discipleship. No matter what type of work those involved with P2C do, whether they are staff or volunteers, we understand that our work collectively is to further this overall mission. In accordance with our mission statement to spread the gospel, everyone who applies to be involved will be required to sign and adhere to the Statement of Faith and Code of Conduct.

The Christian Embassy of Canada (CE) serves diplomats, senators, members of the Parliament and business executives. The CE inspires leaders with the Person and values of Jesus Christ. Our staff engages with political, diplomatic, and business leaders to discover Jesus, experience His life-changing power and inspire others to do the same. In building and strengthening relationships with CE offers initiatives that connect leaders with leaders to help them accomplish their responsibilities and learn more about the Christian faith.

Responsibilities

  • Serve as a full-time Minister to the spiritual needs of Parliament, Senators, foreign diplomats and business executives and professionals
  • Lead an actively foster spiritual growth among groups of Members of Parliament, Senators, foreign diplomats and business executives through devotion to God, prayer, leadership development and the application of biblical principles
  • Provide prayer, visitation, spiritual counsel and advice to groups and individuals on spiritual, ethical, marriage and life principles
  • Actively conduct outreach activities to Members of Parliament, Senators, foreign diplomats, business executives, professionals and lay people. Such activities would include:
    • Preaching to groups inspiring them toward personal faith and devotion to God
    • Leading and training groups in the study and application of the Bible
    • Leading groups in prayer and worship services
    • Leading special events, seminars and conferences designed to inspire Members of Parliament, Senators, foreign diplomats, business executives, and professionals and lay people in their faith and personal devotion to God
  • Motivate, train and encourage Members of Parliament, Senators, foreign diplomats, business executives, professionals and lay people to share their faith with associates and family. Inspiring them to grow in their relationship with God.
  • Develop a movement, compromised of Members of Parliament, Senators, foreign diplomats, business executives, professionals, lay people, pastors and Church leaders who are actively reaching their sphere of influence with the Gospel message
  • Recruit, prepare, train and lead groups of Members of Parliament, Senators, foreign diplomats, business executives, professionals and lay people on short-term mission projects to locations around the world
  • Maintain and minister to a group of prayer and financial supporters both locally, nationally and internationally. Encourage and inspire this group of supporters through group meetings, one-on-one meetings and personal correspondence
  • Partner with churches and other mission groups in various joint community programs, events and activities
  • Provide consultation, training, leadership and spiritual guidance to church and community programs, events and activities

Education and Experience

  • Formal education or experience in Political Science. A degree is beneficial

Required Skills and Abilities

  • A deep, growing, intimate relationship with Jesus Christ
  • A genuine desire to see people’s lives changed
  • An interest in politics, governments and international diplomacy
  • Fluency in both official languages is an asset

Preferred Skills and Abilities

  • Knowledge of international protocol
  • Ability to improve administrative systems

Funding

This position requires Ministry Partner Development. The successful candidate will have the privilege to build a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for the ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical and God will provide everything necessary to fulfill the calling into ministry: finances, emotional strength and perseverance. Building a ministry partnership team is an integral part of being in ministry. There are many opportunities to bless and encourage the partnership team. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

APPLY HERE

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change. In order to make the best use of your time and ours, only applicants who closely match our requirements will be contacted directly.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

Job Categories: Administrative; Secretarial; Clerical
Position Type: National Internship (1 year)
Job Region/Location: Ottawa, ON
Reporting Relationship: Reports directly to Director of Christian Embassy
Working Conditions: Normal Office Conditions
Funding: Ministry Partner Development
Application Deadline: Ongoing

Ministry Overview

Power to Change seeks to glorify God by making a maximum contribution toward helping to fulfill the Great Commission in Canada and around the world by developing movements of evangelism and discipleship. We envision millions of volunteers engaged in faith adventures that transform lives through the power of the gospel. You can be a part of this movement of change by applying your skills in P2C Ministries.

Christian Embassy is a source of information and encouragement for national and international leaders who are open to learning more about God. By forging long-lasting relationship, Christian Embassy can have an impact on Ottawa, Canada and the world.

Position Overview

The Administrative Assistant provides support to the Christian Embassy, Canada. As a point of contact for many political leaders and influential people, the successful candidate must project a professional image through in-person, phone, and email interactions, in both official languages. There are also opportunities to develop a personal ministry for peers serving in government or foreign embassies.

Responsibilities

Administrative & Clerical (80%)

  • Coordinate and set up meetings and events for Director; maintain calendar; assist other staff in setting up appointments when time permits
  • Answer telephone and greet visitors
  • Maintain and update database
  • Participate in weekly staff meetings and prepare agendas and minutes for these meetings
  • Help set up travel, visa and accommodation arrangements for participants in ambassador tours and international delegations
  • Research and purchase office furniture and supplies
  • Research, draft or abstract reports for Director
  • Perform general clerical duties, which include but are not limited to photocopying, faxing, mailing and filing

Other (20%)

  • Improve standard operating procedures when needed or applicable
  • Assist staff in project and event-based work
  • Develop a network and personal ministry with clerical and administrative workers in the government
  • Other duties as assigned by Director

Education and Experience

  • Post secondary diploma
  • Fluency as well as excellent written and oral skills in both English and French

Required Skills and Abilities

  • A deep, growing, intimate relationship with Jesus Christ
  • A genuine desire to see people’s lives changed
  • An interest in politics, governments, and international diplomacy
  • A professional approach and demeanor
  • Able to thrive in a fast-paced environment
  • Highly organized, energetic, detail-oriented and self-motivated
  • Able to type at least 50 wpm
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office: Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint
  • Knowledge of telephone and email protocol

Preferred Skills and Abilities

  • Knowledge of international protocol
  • Ability to improve administrative system

Funding

This position requires Ministry Partner Development. The successful candidate will have the privilege to build a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for the ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical and God will provide everything necessary to fulfill the calling into ministry: finances, emotional strength and perseverance. Building a ministry partnership team is an integral part of being in ministry. There are many opportunities to bless and encourage the partnership team. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

Please send your resume and cover letter or inquiries to: opportunities@p2c.com or

APPLY HERE

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change. In order to make the best use of your time and ours, only applicants who closely match our requirements will be contacted directly.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

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Connecting Streams

Priority positions

Job Region/Location: Various Locations Across Canada
Reporting Relationship: National Director of Connecting Streams
Funding: Ministry Partner Development

Ministry Overview

Power to Change (P2C) seeks to help people know Jesus and experience His power to change the world.  We envision millions of volunteers engaged in faith adventures that transform lives through the power of the gospel.  You can be a part of this movement of change by applying your skills in P2C Ministries.

Connecting Streams’ vision is to see society’s marginalized and the Church transformed together by Jesus through equipping and mobilizing the Church to help society’s marginalized know Jesus and experience his power to change the world.

Position Overview

The City Team Leader will assist in recruiting, developing, and leading a Connecting Streams ministry team in their city or area. They will ensure the development of ministry streams and help to engage and empower people to reach their city. They represent Connecting Streams and build partnerships with organizations and church leaders.

Responsibilities

Recruit and lead city or area team:

  • Recruitment of key leadership team
  • Ensure the development of ministry streams
  • Give overall leadership to the team: sharing vision, mentor and develop team, ensure recruitment and orientation of volunteers, lead a team to creatively extend the invitation to adventure to believers and host catalytic/training events and ministry development in their area

Represent Connecting Streams:

  • Initiate and cultivate connections and partnerships with leaders of churches and organizations to mobilize people for evangelism/discipleship
  • Speak, teach, and conduct workshops on mobilizing people for evangelism/discipleship/training
  • Articulate ministry vision and dream to other leaders
  • Represent and promote the ministry at local events

Contribute to a growing team of leaders across Canada

  • City Leaders will be a member of the National Leadership Team for Connecting Streams and have the opportunity to learn and develop together, share resources, use their gifts to encourage and equip each other and share expertise

Education and Experience

  • 5 years of experience in ministry would be considered an asset, particularly in ministering in correctional institutions, senior’s communities, or inner city residences.
  • Experience in recruiting and leading volunteers

Required Skills and Abilities

  • A passion for empowering people to reach their world, and a passion for connecting the Church with society’s marginalized
  • Excellent people and leadership skills, and able to relate, encourage, and mobilize others
  • Excellent communications skills, both oral and written, and able to articulate ministry vision
  • A self-motivated team builder who can work independently with minimal supervision
  • Willing and able to travel
  • Able to articulate ministry passion and attract others to the ministry
  • Ability to teach considered an asset
  • Strong administrative skills considered an asset

Other Requirements

  • A growing, personal relationship with Jesus Christ and a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the P2C Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith and abide by the biblical principles outlined in these documents.

Funding

This position requires Ministry Partner Development. The successful candidate will have the privilege to build a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for the ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical and God will provide everything necessary to fulfill the calling into ministry: finances, emotional strength and perseverance. Building a ministry partnership team is an integral part of being in ministry. There are many opportunities to bless and encourage the partnership team. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

APPLY HERE

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change; however, only suitable candidates will be contacted to continue the application process. Candidates who are selected will be required to complete a vulnerable sector check.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

Job Region/Location: Edmonton, AB
Reporting Relationship: City Team Lead
Funding: Ministry Partner Development

Ministry Overview

Power to Change (P2C) seeks to help people know Jesus and experience His power to change the world.  We envision millions of volunteers engaged in faith adventures that transform lives through the power of the gospel.  You can be a part of this movement of change by applying your skills in P2C Ministries.

Connecting Streams’ vision is to see society’s marginalized and the Church transformed together by Jesus through equipping and mobilizing the Church to help society’s marginalized know Jesus and experience his power to change the world.

Position Overview

The Volunteer Placement Coordinator is the first contact for new and potential volunteers in Edmonton. The Coordinator will ensure volunteers are connected with, welcomed, and the application and clearance process completed. The Coordinator will then ensure that volunteers are placed on suitable teams and attend the CS 101 Orientation Event.

Primary Objectives:

  • Fully engage on the staff leadership team for Edmonton: strategic planning, policy and decision making, training and development of leaders and volunteers
  • Ensure potential and new volunteers are connected with and informed within a timely manner
  • Ensure the volunteer application and clearance process is completed for all volunteers (meet with potential volunteers, ensure police clearance is in process, select ministry placements) in a timely manner
  • Share the CS vision/DNA/expectations with potential volunteers and discern the “fit” with us
  • Oversee the volunteers and process of police check renewals and reference checks to ensure volunteers are properly screened and selected
  • Liaison/troubleshoot with chaplains and volunteer coordinators in partnering organizations to foster a good working relationship and clear communication
  • Plan and oversee CS 101 Orientation Events at least 3 times per year

Education and Experience

  • Experience working with volunteers in a non-profit Christian organization preferred

Required Skills and Abilities

  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Strong administrative skill and interviewing background
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office suite of programs (Word, Excel)

Other Requirements

A growing, personal relationship with Jesus Christ and a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the P2C Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith and abide by the biblical principles outlined in these documents.

Funding

This is a volunteer position with the potential for Ministry Partner Development where the successful candidate will be required to build a team which provides financial and prayer support for salary and ministry expenses including benefits coverage.

APPLY HERE

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change; however, only suitable candidates will be contacted to continue the application process. Candidates who are selected will be required to complete a vulnerable sector check.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

Your Local Area

Are you passionate about sharing the power of Jesus with overlooked & vulnerable people? We’re seeking open hearted individuals who are excited about using their skills to see society’s marginalized and the Church transformed together by Jesus.

CS Link Leaders represent Connecting Streams’ Ministry by leading, coaching, and overseeing a team of volunteers in a non-staffed city. They are supported and trained by Connecting Streams staff members remotely, through online meetings and resources. If you feel called to be a part of what God is doing through Connecting Streams, but there isn’t currently a ministry presence in your area, consider becoming a Link Team Leader. We’ll help you to gather a team, figure out where you’d like to minister, get started, and support you over the long term. It just takes one person to go first – so say ‘yes’ to God’s invitation to minister to the lost and lonely of our world.

Interested in joining the adventure?

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Ongoing Opportunities

Various Locations Across Canada

Are you passionate about sharing the power of Jesus with overlooked & vulnerable people? We’re seeking open hearted individuals who are excited about using their skills to see society’s marginalized and the Church transformed together by Jesus

Ministry Stream Leaders recruit and develop a leadership team who together equip and mobilize believers to reach out intentionally to a specific Stream of Ministry. Ministry Stream Leaders initiate, model, mobilize, and equip. They recruit and develop team leaders and help engage volunteers to reach out to their specific marginalized group of people.

Interested in joining the adventure?

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Various Locations Across Canada

Are you passionate about sharing the power of Jesus with overlooked & vulnerable people? We’re seeking open hearted individuals who are excited about using their skills to see society’s marginalized and the Church transformed together by Jesus

Administrative Assistants assist, organize, maintain and improve communications and administrative systems of their ministry or team. We’re in need of a variety of Assistants to support City Leaders, Ministry Teams, and Volunteer and Event Coordination.

Interested in joining the adventure?

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Your Local Area

Are you passionate about sharing the power of Jesus with overlooked & vulnerable people? We’re seeking open hearted individuals who are excited about using their skills to see society’s marginalized and the Church transformed together by Jesus.

CS Link Leaders represent Connecting Streams’ Ministry by leading, coaching, and overseeing a team of volunteers in a non-staffed city. They are supported and trained by Connecting Streams staff members remotely, through online meetings and resources. If you feel called to be a part of what God is doing through Connecting Streams, but there isn’t currently a ministry presence in your area, consider becoming a Link Team Leader. We’ll help you to gather a team, figure out where you’d like to minister, get started, and support you over the long term. It just takes one person to go first – so say ‘yes’ to God’s invitation to minister to the lost and lonely of our world.

Interested in joining the adventure?

START A CONVERSATION
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DRIME

Job Categories: Ministry; Discipleship; Evangelism
Position Type: Temporary (6-9 months)
Job Region/Location: Langley, BC; Power to Change National Headquarters
Reporting Relationship: Reports to Director of Equipping and Leadership
Working Conditions: Normal Office Conditions, some off-site
Funding: Ministry Partner Development

Ministry Overview

Power to Change seeks to help people know Jesus and experience His power to change the world.

DRIME exists to help people discover Christ through choreographed street drama, empower others for ministry as they experience drama and evangelism training, and inspire passionate, discipled leaders through purposed community.  It is an evangelism ministry that uses drama to start conversations with people in a relational, non-threatening way.  DRIME has local teams in several different countries around the world with more teams being trained to launch in the near future.

Position Overview

Become a DRIME Intern to experience the dynamics and logistics of leadership in a Christian, non-profit ministry. Receive mentoring and training from the DRIME Lead Team; learn how to operate and develop a ministry; learn leadership, strategic planning and team building skills; and travel to one of our national or international locations to help train, equip and encourage a newer DRIME team. Come and be a part of this growing international ministry!

Responsibilities

  • Receive training in drama, leadership and DRIME ministry skills
  • Use the above skills to help another DRIME team in a different Canadian or International city
  • Participate in DRIME training workshops and special events
  • Participate in local DRIME outreach ministry with the Vancouver team
  • Participate in intern times that encourage personal and spiritual development
  • Grow in your area of interest such as marketing, graphic design, event planning, administration, teaching, etc.
  • Assist in event and trip planning
  • Support the DRIME office with administrative duties
  • Participate in staff meetings, retreats and professional development
  • Help with other duties as assigned by your supervisor

Education and Experience

  • Post secondary education is highly recommended
  • Experience working in groups and with teams is required
  • Previous DRIME experience is recommended
  • Experience with other cultures is an asset

Requirements

  • A passion and commitment to communicate the Gospel
  • A keen interest in Christian ministry work
  • The ability to work as a team and collaborate
  • An effective communicator
  • A natural disposition to love, care for and encourage others
  • Some administrative skills and/or experience is an asset (Microsoft Word, Powerpoint, Publisher)

Other Requirements

  • A growing, personal relationship with Jesus Christ and a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the P2C Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith and abide by the biblical principles outlined in these documents.

Funding

Volunteer or Ministry Partner Development. The successful candidate will be required to build a team which provides financial and prayer support for salary and ministry expenses including benefits coverage.

APPLY HERE

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change. In order to make the best use of your time and ours, only applicants who closely match our requirements will be contacted directly.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

Are you passionate about sharing the good news of Jesus in your city and teaching others to do the same? DRIME team leaders are volunteers who oversee a group of DRIME members, coordinate ministry opportunities and practices, and provide general team facilitation.

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Are you passionate about sharing the good news of Jesus in your city? DRIME members do just that! Join a DRIME team and have one-on-one spiritual conversations while dramas portraying the gospel are performed. Members have the opportunity to serve in a number of ways including prayer, follow-up with people on the streets, and training others in the DRIME tool.

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Global Aid Network (GAiN)

The role of the Development Coordinator is to provide administrative and fundraising support to both the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Development team at GAiN.  This position reports directly to GAIN’s CEO and also works closely with the Chief Operations Officer (COO) and Development team members.  This position requires strong administrative and interpersonal skills as well as the ability to work both independently and on a team.  The ability to take initiative in building and executing systems to support both the CEO as well as the development activities of GAiN is crucial. 

To learn more about this opportunity and to apply, please click here

Job Categories: Media; Communications; Marketing
Position Type: Part-time
Job Region/Location: Langley, BC; Power To Change National Headquarters
Reporting Relationship: Marketing & Communications Manager for Global Aid Network
Working Conditions: Normal Office Conditions
Funding: Ministry Partner Development
Application Deadline: Ongoing

Ministry Overview

Power to Change (P2C) is an organization that seeks to collectively as well as individually, spread the gospel of Jesus Christ through movements of evangelism and discipleship. No matter what type of work those involved with P2C do, whether they are staff or volunteers, we understand that our work collectively is to further this overall mission. In accordance with our mission statement to spread the gospel, everyone who applies to be involved will be required to sign and adhere to the Statement of Faith and Code of Conduct.

Global Aid Network (GAiN) demonstrates the love of God in word and deed to people who are hurting as a result of poverty, natural disaster or political upheaval. Together, we can help provide simple things: clean water, shelter, medical help and perhaps the most important, hope.

Position Overview

The part-time Video Editor will contribute to Global Aid Network’s ministry video production for the Water for Life Initiative. This person will assist in creating the “Thank You” videos, which are important component of the Water for Life Initiative donor fulfillment.

Responsibilities

  • Uses Adobe Premiere to edit videos
  • Follows a template for each video
  • Builds DVD menus for each completed thank you video
  • Works closely with GAiN’s Marketing & Communications Director and GAiN’s Graphic Designer and Video Editor

Education and Experience

  • Currently in or has graduated from an accredited college or university in an appropriate curriculum related to telecommunications or educational video production
  • Some experience in Communications production work
  • Any equivalent combination of training and experience

Required Skills and Abilities

  • Able to effectively operate video editing systems and related equipment
  • Basic knowledge of effects to help illustrating text or stats
  • Good eye for detail
  • Good communication and listening skills
  • Able to work within a team environment
  • Open to feedback and changes suggested by team members
  • Believes in the mission of demonstrating the love of God, in word and deed, to hurting and needy people arounf the world
  • Proficient with a majority of Adobe Creative Suite: Premiere Pro, Encore, Media Encoder, Photoshop, After Effects, and Google Earth Pro

Funding

This position requires Ministry Partner Development. The successful candidate will have the privilege to build a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for the ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical and God will provide everything necessary to fulfill the calling into ministry: finances, emotional strength and perseverance. Building a ministry partnership team is an integral part of being in ministry. There are many opportunities to bless and encourage the partnership team. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

APPLY HERE

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change. In order to make the best use of your time and ours, only applicants who closely match our requirements will be contacted directly.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

Position Type: Full-Time
Job Region/Location: Langley, BC; Power To Change National Headquarters
Reporting Relationship: GAiN CEO
Funding: Ministry Partner Development
Application Deadline: Ongoing

Ministry Overview

Power to Change (P2C) seeks to help people know Jesus and experience His power to change the world.  We envision millions of volunteers engaged in faith adventures that transform lives through the power of the gospel.

Global Aid Network (GAiN) demonstrates the love of God in word and deed, to hurting and needy people around the world through relief and development projects.  GAiN does this through three key initiatives; providing clean water through the Water for Life Initiative, caring for the needs of the most vulnerable in the area of Women and Children and responding to immediate and ongoing needs after a crisis through Relief and Development.

GAiN’s goal is to save lives, alleviate suffering and maintain human dignity in the midst of natural and man-made humanitarian crises around the world.  Our vision is to restore people’s hope and dignity by breaking the chains of oppression, injustice and calamity.

Position Overview

The Director for Relief & Development will oversee a caseload of projects focused in the area of Relief and Development.  Currently this caseload includes GAiN’s ongoing response to the crisis in Syria, partnerships in microfinance in nutrition in Paraguay as well as partnerships in Haiti and Iraq.  The Director for Relief and Development has the mandate to strengthen these existing partnerships through developing and communicating with the existing donor base as well as seeking new opportunities for growth.  It is also the responsibility of the Relief & Development Director to ensure that GAiN Canada is properly positioned to be able to respond to the next disaster.

Primary Objectives

This role will be held accountable to achieve the following outcomes:

Leadership:

  • The vision and mission of the Relief & Development (R&D) focus area guides the activities of the ministry, inspiring staff to accomplish organizational goals and objectives.
  • A member of GAiN’s lead team; actively engaged with ideas, concerns, and suggestions.
  • The R&D area of GAiN has a clear long term growth strategy with important short term goals that help move the ministry towards the mission and vision of GAiN.

Accountability:

  • R&D programs are meeting Revenue Canada reporting requirements.
  • R&D programs are sustainable and effectively helping transform the lives of project beneficiaries by overseeing the relationships with field partners and liaising with project managers.
  • R&D programs are having kingdom impact and meeting yearly impact goals.
  • Project budgets are prepared in a timely manner with the assistance of Project Managers.

Development:

  • R&D fundraising goals, as determined with the CEO of GAiN, are met or exceeded in coordination with Development and Marketing.
  • The R&D Director is actively engaging, managing, and growing the donor portfolio that supports the Relief & Development area
  • Existing and potential donors of R&D are invested in and catch the vision of GAiN (Eg: taking donors on vision trips, etc).

Education and Experience

  • Minimum of 5-7 years working in a Relief and Development Ministry or other related ministry/industry experience in an international development setting
  • Successful Project Management experience
  • Experience in a middle to senior level management position

Required Skills and Abilities

  • To demonstrate a passionate, mature and discipline Christian life. A passion for humanitarian aid seeking to demonstrate the love of God in Word and Deed
  • Effective communication skills as well as exceptional interpersonal skills
  • Exceptional organization skills
  • Able to work with minimum of supervision
  • Problem solver – critical thinker. Able to look at a situation from a 360° perspective
  • Able to work from a Google Suite platform
  • Able to travel internationally and perform in a variety of cross-cultural settings
  • As this position works with children in an international context, the successful applicant will be required to complete a criminal record check and vulnerable sector search

Other Requirements

A growing, personal relationship with Jesus Christ and a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the P2C Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith and abide by the biblical principles outlined in these documents.

Funding

This position requires Ministry Partner Development. The successful candidate will have the privilege to build a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for the ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical and God will provide everything necessary to fulfill the calling into ministry: finances, emotional strength and perseverance. Building a ministry partnership team is an integral part of being in ministry. There are many opportunities to bless and encourage the partnership team. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

APPLY HERE

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change. In order to make the best use of your time and ours, only applicants who closely match our requirements will be contacted directly.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

Position Type: Full-Time
Job Region/Location: Langley, BC; Power To Change National Headquarters
Reporting Relationship: Chief Operations Officer
Funding: Ministry Partner Development
Application Deadline: Ongoing

Ministry Overview

Power to Change (P2C) is an organization that seeks to collectively as well as individually, spread the gospel of Jesus Christ through movements of evangelism and discipleship. No matter what type of work those involved with P2C do, whether they are staff or volunteers, we understand that our work collectively is to further this overall mission. In accordance with our mission statement to spread the gospel, everyone who applies to be involved will be required to sign and adhere to the Statement of Faith and Code of Conduct.

Global Aid Network (GAiN) demonstrates the love of God in word and deed, to hurting and needy people around the world through relief and development projects.  GAiN does this through three key initiatives; providing clean water through the Water for Life Initiative, caring for the needs of the most vulnerable in the area of Women and Children and responding to immediate and ongoing needs after a crisis through Relief and Development.

The suffering of women & children produces an immediate heart cry in most people worldwide.  When a child remains in need, not only is his present life but also his future subjected to heartache. Emotional trauma caused by suffering can gouge a deep scar in children, stunting their ability to give and receive love, and believe that they are precious creations with significant roles to play in their nations’ futures. At the same time, women of all ages quite often are treated as second class during times of natural disasters and humanitarian crises.

Position Overview

The Project Manager for Women & Children will manage and coordinate a caseload of projects focused in the area of Women & Children.  Currently this caseload includes GAiN’s partnership with Pandita Ramabai Mukti Mission in India as well as GAiN’s Upendo Orphanage in Tanzania.  The Project Manager for Women & Children may also contribute to other GAiN projects as women and children are recipients of each initiative GAiN is operating in.

Primary Objectives

This role will be held accountable to achieve the following outcomes:

Project Management & Administration:

  • Existing W&C partnerships are strengthened through collaboration and project assessment with field partners
  • W&C project budgets are prepared in a timely manner
  • W&C logistics are carried out in an efficient and effective manner to reach project goals
  • Assistance is given to the overall GAiN team to successfully maintain partnerships in the field
  • New project opportunities are researched and proposals presented to the GAiN lead team to further the W&C focus area

Accountability:

  • W&C programs are sustainable and effectively helping transform the lives of project beneficiaries by overseeing the relationships with field partners and liaising with project managers.
  • W&C programs are having kingdom impact and meeting yearly impact goals.
  • W&C programs are meeting Canada Revenue Agency reporting requirements

Education and Experience

  • Minimum of 3-5 years working in a Relief and Development Ministry or other related ministry/industry experience in an international development setting
  • Successful Project Management experience

Required Skills and Abilities

  • To demonstrate a passionate, mature and discipline Christian life.
  • A passion for humanitarian aid seeking to demonstrate the love of God in Word and Deed
  • Effective communication skills as well as exceptional interpersonal skills
  • Exceptional organizational skills
  • Able to work with minimum of supervision
  • Problem solver – critical thinker. Able to look at a situation from a 360° perspective
  • Able to work from a Google Suite platform
  • Quickly able to adapt in a cross-cultural setting and in working with government officials
  • Technical skills/aptitude would be considered an asset
  • Able to travel internationally (hold or can obtain a valid passport) and perform in a variety of cross-cultural settings
  • As this position works with children in an international context, the successful applicant will be required to complete a criminal record check and vulnerable sector search

Other Requirements

A growing, personal relationship with Jesus Christ and a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the P2C Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith and abide by the biblical principles outlined in these documents.

Funding

This position requires Ministry Partner Development. The successful candidate will have the privilege to build a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for the ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical and God will provide everything necessary to fulfill the calling into ministry: finances, emotional strength and perseverance. Building a ministry partnership team is an integral part of being in ministry. There are many opportunities to bless and encourage the partnership team. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

APPLY HERE

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change. In order to make the best use of your time and ours, only applicants who closely match our requirements will be contacted directly.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

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Job Categories: Media; Communications; Marketing
Position type: 4 month internship May-August or 8-12 month term beginning September or January
Location: Langley BC, National Headquarters
Reports to: National Director, Development & Marketing
Funding: Ministry Partner Development
Application Deadline: Ongoing

Ministry Overview

Power to Change (P2C) seeks to help people know Jesus and experience His power to change the world.  We envision millions of volunteers engaged in faith adventures that transform lives through the power of the gospel.

Global Aid Network (GAiN) demonstrates the love of God in word and deed, to hurting and needy people around the world through relief and development projects.  GAiN does this through three key initiatives; providing clean water through the Water for Life Initiative, caring for the needs of the most vulnerable in the area of Women and Children and responding to immediate and ongoing needs after a crisis through Relief and Development.

Position Overview

GAiN’s Development and Marketing team works to tells the story of GAiN’s ongoing work in the field as well as increase our donor base across Canada. Working within the Development & Marketing team at GAiN Canada, the Marketing and Events intern will play a role in creatively sharing the work of GAiN through both a print and online presence as well as through a variety of fundraising and conference events. The Marketing intern will assist the team in achieving their strategic goals by coordinating the execution of multiple fundraising campaigns and initiatives. The successful candidate is an excellent project manager and familiar in marketing/advertising, project management, monitoring deadlines/timelines and initiating new out of the box ideas to drive engagement and fundraising.

Responsibilities

Marketing:  

  • Changed life and experience stories are captured from GAiN staff and LIFE team participants after international projects
  • GAiN’s website and blog contains current and accurate articles and provoking stories of change
    Prefer knowledge of CP style
  • New series and content ideas are proposed for GAiN’s various marketing channels
  • Templates for stories, fund proposals and reports are maintained with current statistics
  • Press releases are prepared and released

Events:

  • Original ideas for fundraisers are presented and executed alongside the Development & Marketing team
  • GAiN events are properly prepared for with needed equipment and donor/reporting materials
  • Event RSVP’s and guest lists are accurately tracked and prepared
  • Onsite event implementation and execution

Administration:

  • Office inventory of marketing materials and supplies is maintained
  • Administrative support is given the Development & Marketing team

Education and Experience

  • Completed or ongoing education or experience in marketing, design or related field.
  • Knowledge of industry-standard design tools (Adobe Creative Cloud) is an asset

Required Skills and Abilities

  • To demonstrate a passionate, mature and disciplined Christian life. A passion for humanitarian aid seeking to demonstrate the love of God in Word and Deed
  • Creativity and passion for non-profit marketing and events
  • Effective communication skills as well as exceptional interpersonal skills
  • Exceptional organizational skills; detail oriented
  • Research and analytical skills.
  • Critical thinking and creative problem solving abilities
  • Able to work from a Google Suite platform

Funding

This position requires Ministry Partner Development. The successful candidate will have the privilege to build a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for the ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical and God will provide everything necessary to fulfill the calling into ministry: finances, emotional strength and perseverance. Building a ministry partnership team is an integral part of being in ministry. There are many opportunities to bless and encourage the partnership team. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

APPLY HERE

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change. In order to make the best use of your time and ours, only applicants who closely match our requirements will be contacted directly.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

Position type: Full time, 8-12 month term beginning May, September or January
Location: Langley BC, National Headquarters
Reports to: Lead Creative Designer
Funding: Ministry Partner Development
Application Deadline: Ongoing

Ministry Overview

Power to Change (P2C) seeks to help people know Jesus and experience His power to change the world.  We envision millions of volunteers engaged in faith adventures that transform lives through the power of the gospel.

Global Aid Network (GAiN) demonstrates the love of God in word and deed, to hurting and needy people around the world through relief and development projects.  GAiN does this through three key initiatives; providing clean water through the Water for Life Initiative, caring for the needs of the most vulnerable in the area of Women and Children and responding to immediate and ongoing needs after a crisis through Relief and Development.

Position Overview

GAiN’s Development & Marketing team works to tells the story of GAiN’s ongoing work in the field as well as increase our donor base across Canada.  Working within the Development & Marketing team at GAiN Canada, the Creative Intern will assist the team in achieving their strategic goals by supporting creative capacities of the fundraising campaigns and initiatives.  They will produce creative assets and communications for GAiN’s key areas, delivering high quality experiences and materials in print, web, video and our social space. The Creative Intern will work closely with the Lead Creative Designer to research, design and market various projects to advance our brand and increase donor engagement.  The Creative intern is also able to work across different visual genres; print, web, video and online socially to tell the story.
Our ideal candidate is resourceful and authentic in their design and cares about the same things we do.  They are a lifelong learner who is curious and open-minded, willing to dive in and learn new things.  They are familiar in marketing, monitoring deadlines/timelines, possess a collaborative, team focused working style and strong project management skills.

Responsibilities

  • Strategies are developed to deliver a clear message to target audiences
  • Needed requirements are translated to exceptional design solution
  • GAiN’s Design System/Brand guide is used to prepare designs for digital or print publication
  • Familiarity with design trends, issues and tools is demonstrated
  • Work and design rationale is presented to the Lead Creative Designer for approval and feedback

Education and Experience

  • Completed or ongoing design education at a University or College
  • Knowledge of industry-standard design tools (Adobe Creative Cloud)
    Required: InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator
  • Bonus: Premiere Pro, After Effects, Word, Excel, Trello/Slack
  • High degree of proficiency in design skills and artistic ability demonstrated in a portfolio
  • Have a deep understanding of posting and writing on social media channels to grow and deepen engagement in our social space

Required Skills and Abilities

  • To demonstrate a passionate, mature and disciplined Christian life. A passion for humanitarian aid seeking to demonstrate the love of God in Word and Deed
  • Design thinking and strategic problem-solving discipline
  • Creativity and passion for non-profit marketing and events
  • Effective communication skills as well as exceptional interpersonal skills
  • Exceptional organizational skills; detail oriented
  • Research and analytical skills.
  • Critical thinking and creative problem solving abilities
  • Able to work from a Google Suite platform
  • Social Media saavy

Funding

This position requires Ministry Partner Development. The successful candidate will have the privilege to build a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for the ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical and God will provide everything necessary to fulfill the calling into ministry: finances, emotional strength and perseverance. Building a ministry partnership team is an integral part of being in ministry. There are many opportunities to bless and encourage the partnership team. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

APPLY HERE

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change. In order to make the best use of your time and ours, only applicants who closely match our requirements will be contacted directly.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

Position type: Full time, 8-12 month term beginning May, September or January
Location: Langley BC, National Headquarters
Reports to: Project Manager, WFL Initiative
Funding: Ministry Partner Development
Application Deadline: Ongoing

Ministry Overview

Power to Change (P2C) seeks to help people know Jesus and experience His power to change the world.  We envision millions of volunteers engaged in faith adventures that transform lives through the power of the gospel.

Global Aid Network (GAiN) demonstrates the love of God in word and deed, to hurting and needy people around the world through relief and development projects.  GAiN does this through three key initiatives; providing clean water through the Water for Life Initiative, caring for the needs of the most vulnerable in the area of Women and Children and responding to immediate and ongoing needs after a crisis through Relief and Development.

Position Overview

As the operations of the Water for Life Initiative grows, there has been an increase in the amount of reporting and data that requires management.  The Operations Intern will have a technical mindset and be skilled in administration.  They will also be able to research new strategies and propose new solutions to the area of operations management within the focus area of Water for Life.  This internship also includes the opportunity to visit one of the Water for Life countries.

Responsibilities

Research & Implementation:

  • Water for Life reports are successfully processed through the inputting and analysis of data
  • A proposal for new water technologies and water drilling improvements (i.e. measurement tools, solar energy powered pumps) is presented
  • A network of suppliers is identified and maintained in the operations of Water for Life program.

Education and Experience

  • This position is ideally suited to those with education backgrounds in Engineering, project management and  data analysis
  • Previous research experience in an international development experience is considered an asset
  • Previous experience in an international development setting is preferred

Required Skills and Abilities

  • To demonstrate a passionate, mature and disciplined Christian life. A passion for humanitarian aid seeking to demonstrate the love of God in Word and Deed
  • Self motivated, ability for independent work
  • Project Management skills
  • Effective communication skills as well as exceptional interpersonal skills
  • Exceptional organizational skills; detail oriented
  • Research and analytical skills.
  • Critical thinking and creative problem solving abilities
  • Able to work from a Google Suite platform
  • Able to travel internationally (hold or can obtain a valid passport) and perform in a variety of cross-cultural settings

Funding

This position requires Ministry Partner Development. The successful candidate will have the privilege to build a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for the ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical and God will provide everything necessary to fulfill the calling into ministry: finances, emotional strength and perseverance. Building a ministry partnership team is an integral part of being in ministry. There are many opportunities to bless and encourage the partnership team. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

APPLY HERE

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change. In order to make the best use of your time and ours, only applicants who closely match our requirements will be contacted directly.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

Position type: Full time, 8-12 month term beginning  September or January
Location: Langley BC, National Headquarters
Reports to: Program Manager, WFL Initiative
Funding: Ministry Partner Development
Application Deadline: Ongoing

Ministry Overview

Power to Change (P2C) seeks to help people know Jesus and experience His power to change the world.  We envision millions of volunteers engaged in faith adventures that transform lives through the power of the gospel.

Global Aid Network (GAiN) demonstrates the love of God in word and deed, to hurting and needy people around the world through relief and development projects.  GAiN does this through three key initiatives; providing clean water through the Water for Life Initiative, caring for the needs of the most vulnerable in the area of Women and Children and responding to immediate and ongoing needs after a crisis through Relief and Development.

Position Overview

The Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) strategy is a central aspect of GAiN’s Water for Life Initiative.   The WASH Research & Development Intern will work alongside the WFLI team to to research new programming models and strategies in the WASH and international development sector, as well as to facilitate the analysis of the current programming , aiming to augment our WFLI focus area. Specific projects can be tailored to the applicant’s background and interest. This internship also includes the opportunity to visit one of the Water for Life countries.

Responsibilities

  • New technologies and strategies for WASH are identified in augmenting the WFL strategy
  • A programmatic research study (depending on the background and research interest) is conducted
  • Learning documents are produced from the interns research
  • A proposal for improving the programmatic area for Water for Life is created .

Education and Experience

  • Education or experience in WASH related field.
    Studies in related fields such as economics in rural development, behaviour change/psychology, public health etc. would be preferred
    Education background that is not directly in WASH or international development would also be considered
  • Previous experience in an international development setting is an asset

Required Skills and Abilities

  • To demonstrate a passionate, mature and disciplined Christian life. A passion for humanitarian aid seeking to demonstrate the love of God in Word and Deed
  • Ability to work individually and in group setting
  • Effective communication skills as well as exceptional interpersonal skills
  • Exceptional organizational skills; detail oriented
  • Research and analytical skills.
  • Critical thinking and creative problem solving abilities
  • Able to work from a Google Suite platform
  • Able to travel internationally (hold or can obtain a valid passport) and perform in a variety of cross-cultural settings

Funding

This position requires Ministry Partner Development. The successful candidate will have the privilege to build a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for the ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical and God will provide everything necessary to fulfill the calling into ministry: finances, emotional strength and perseverance. Building a ministry partnership team is an integral part of being in ministry. There are many opportunities to bless and encourage the partnership team. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

APPLY HERE

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change. In order to make the best use of your time and ours, only applicants who closely match our requirements will be contacted directly.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

Location: Langley BC, National Headquarters
Reports to: Director, Water For Life Initiative
Funding: Ministry Partner Development
Application Deadline: Ongoing

Ministry Overview

Power to Change (P2C) seeks to help people know Jesus and experience His power to change the world.  We envision millions of volunteers engaged in faith adventures that transform lives through the power of the gospel.

Global Aid Network (GAiN) demonstrates the love of God in word and deed, to hurting and needy people around the world through relief and development projects.  GAiN does this through three key initiatives; providing clean water through the Water for Life Initiative, caring for the needs of the most vulnerable in the area of Women and Children and responding to immediate and ongoing needs after a crisis through Relief and Development.

Position Overview

The WASH Programme Manager is responsible for managing and supporting the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) strategy for GAiN’s Water for Life Initiative.   The WASH Programme Manager will work with project managers and specialists to craft and implement WASH strategies in program countries. Under the direction of Water for Life Initiative Director, the WASH Program Manager will work as a team alongside the Operations Manager and Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Manager to successfully fulfil the goals of GAiN’s Water for Life Initiative of providing safe water and empowering community development.

Primary Objectives

This position will be held accountable to achieve the following objectives:

Program Strategy Development:

  • A plan for WASH programming across WFLI countries is devised and executed
  • A strategic plan for integration of local church partnership, evangelism, discipleship and WASH programming is devised, executed and managed.
  • An active role is taken in the development of new proposals and country specific WASH strategies

Program Management:

  • Oversee community education in public and maternal health, gender empowerment and integrated water management for effective implementation
  • Best practices from the WASH sector are employed in the program
  • WASH technical solutions are provided to field teams
  • Program goals and targets are met through adherence to program principles
  • Coordination occurs between the WFLI Operations Manager and WFLI M&E Manager to ensure synergy and sharing of information to facilitate a coordinated approach to the program

Program Quality Assurance:

  • WFLI goals are met through giving oversight to the people and processes necessary to maintain WFLI programming
  • In coordination with the M&E Manager, quality program implementation occurs by in country teams using WASH
  • In coordination with the M&E Manager, appropriate indicators to track for effectiveness are used by in country teams
  • Other supporting duties as assigned

Education and Experience

  • Post secondary degree.  A degree relevant to the field is an asset
  • Technical experience in WASH programming, WASH strategy, Project Management, or related fields
  • Minimum of 3-5 years of Water, Hygiene and Sanitation experience in a development context is preferred

Required Skills and Abilities

  • Up to date and have a keen interest on the current trends and conversations in the WASH sector and international development.
  • Understands the role of the church in the provision of clean water in the developing world.
  • Quickly able to adapt in a cross-cultural and rural setting.
  • To demonstrate a passionate, mature and discipline Christian life. A passion for humanitarian aid seeking to demonstrate the love of God in Word and Deed.
  • Effective communication skills as well as exceptional interpersonal skills.
  • Exceptional organizational skills.
  • Able to work with minimum supervision.
  • Problem solver – critical thinker. Able to look at a situation from a 360° perspective.
  • Able to work from a Google Suite platform.
  • Able to travel internationally and perform in a variety of cross-cultural settings.
  • As this position works with children in an international context, the successful applicant will be required to complete a criminal record check and vulnerable sector search

Funding

This position requires Ministry Partner Development. The successful candidate will have the privilege to build a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for the ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical and God will provide everything necessary to fulfill the calling into ministry: finances, emotional strength and perseverance. Building a ministry partnership team is an integral part of being in ministry. There are many opportunities to bless and encourage the partnership team. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

APPLY HERE

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change. In order to make the best use of your time and ours, only applicants who closely match our requirements will be contacted directly.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

Position type: 4 month internship May-August or 8-12 month term beginning September or January
Location: Langley BC, National Headquarters
Reports to: LIFE Teams Manager
Funding: Ministry Partner Development
Application Deadline: Ongoing

Ministry Overview

Power to Change (P2C) seeks to help people know Jesus and experience His power to change the world.  We envision millions of volunteers engaged in faith adventures that transform lives through the power of the gospel.

Global Aid Network (GAiN) demonstrates the love of God in word and deed, to hurting and needy people around the world through relief and development projects.  GAiN does this through three key initiatives; providing clean water through the Water for Life Initiative, caring for the needs of the most vulnerable in the area of Women and Children and responding to immediate and ongoing needs after a crisis through Relief and Development.

Position Overview

GAiN’s LIFE teams aim to allow participants to invest their LIFE, Labour, Influence, Finance and Expertise alongside GAiN’s ongoing work in the field through short term Vision and Impact trips. The LIFE Team Intern will work alongside the LIFE Teams Manager and GAiN team to build and strengthen the LIFE Teams program. This includes promoting and recruiting for LIFE Teams as well as working with all aspects of the LIFE team, from project administration to follow-up post project.

Responsibilities

LIFE Team Administration:

  • The LIFE teams intern will work with the LIFE Teams Manager to successfully manage and carry out LIFE team projects.
  • LIFE Team projects are successfully administered by LIFE team interns and staff as well as through the utilization of the online PAT (Project Administration Tool)
  • LIFE Team members are informed through weekly or bi-weekly email communication both pre and post project
  • Needed materials are written (as needed) and prepared for LIFE Team projects
  • LIFE Team members are support coached to full project support levels
  • A LIFE Team project(s) is successfully prepared and facilitated in the field alongside LIFE Team staff

Recruitment & Donor Development:

  • Increases and encourages project recruitment through communication with churches, donors and interested parties about the LIFE Teams program
  • Develops a LIFE Teams “alumni” program to foster ongoing involvement with GAiN by matching skills and interests of past team members with existing GAiN partnerships
  • Alongside Marketing & Development, LIFE Team participant changed life and experience stories are shared with donors on various platforms

Education and Experience

  • Education or experience in development or team related field.
    Studies in related fields such as communications, public health etc. would be considered if education is not directly in development.
  • Previous experience in an international development setting is an asset

Required Skills and Abilities

  • To demonstrate a passionate, mature and disciplined Christian life. A passion for humanitarian aid seeking to demonstrate the love of God in Word and Deed
  • Effective communication skills as well as exceptional interpersonal skills
  • Exceptional organizational skills; detail oriented
  • Research and analytical skills.
  • Critical thinking and creative problem solving abilities
  • Able to work from a Google Suite platform
  • Able to travel internationally (hold or can obtain a valid passport) and perform in a variety of cross-cultural settings
  • As this position works with children in an international context, the successful applicant will be required to complete a criminal record check and vulnerable sector search

Funding

This position requires Ministry Partner Development. The successful candidate will have the privilege to build a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for the ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical and God will provide everything necessary to fulfill the calling into ministry: finances, emotional strength and perseverance. Building a ministry partnership team is an integral part of being in ministry. There are many opportunities to bless and encourage the partnership team. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

APPLY HERE

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change. In order to make the best use of your time and ours, only applicants who closely match our requirements will be contacted directly.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

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FamilyLife Canada

Title: FamilyLife Regional Representative-Chinese Ministry

Ministry: Full-Time or Part Time

Location: Home Office with Occasional Travel

Reports to: Reports to Associate Director, FamilyLife

Funding: Ministry Partner Development

Ministry Overview

Power to Change (P2C) seeks to help people know Jesus and experience His power to change the world.  We envision millions of volunteers engaged in faith adventures that transform lives through the power of the gospel.  You can be a part of this movement of change by applying your skills in P2C Ministries.

FamilyLife Canada, a division of Power to Change Ministries, exists to bring help and hope to every marriage and family. We believe…

  • The family is the foundation of every community.
  • A healthy marriage is the cornerstone of a strong family.
  • The ultimate and lasting strength of every marriage and family is found in a relationship with Jesus Christ.

Through conferences, seminars, workshops, mentoring, print and online resources FamilyLife seeks to build a growing network of HomeBuilders; couples who are intentional about partnering with us to bring help and hope to their family, friends and neighbors.

Position Overview:

FamilyLife Regional Representatives play a key role in helping families experience growing relationship with God and others through expanding FamilyLife’s activities. A regional representative acts as an ambassador and assists with regional events, resourcing community leaders, networking with Churches and coordination volunteers.

Responsibilities:

  • Passionately seek to reach families for Christ
  • Serve as spokesperson and representative for FamilyLife
  • Coordinate and facilitate FamilyLife ministry events
  • Model healthy and Godly marriage and family life
  • Raise the awareness of the FamilyLife ministry
  • Build teams of volunteers; area committees, church representatives, marriage mentors and conference administrators
  • Serve on the FamilyLife speaker team, trained for one-day conferences
  • Attend FamilyLife and Power to Change conferences

Required Skills and Abilities:

  • A deep and growing relationship with Jesus Christ
  • A genuine desire to see people’s lives and relationships changed
  • A professional approach and demeanor
  • Self-motivated and hard working
  • Passionate about the FamilyLife vision to bring help and hope to every marriage and family
  • A strong communicator with the ability to speak confidently to community and church leader
  • Experience in event coordination
  • Experience in volunteer management
  • Bi-Lingual: English/Chinese (Mandarin or Cantonese)

Other Requirements:

A growing, personal relationship with Jesus Christ and a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the P2C Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith and abide by the biblical principles outlined in these documents.

Funding

This position requires Ministry Partner Development. The successful candidate will have the privilege to build a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for the ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical and God will provide everything necessary to fulfill the calling into ministry: finances, emotional strength and perseverance. Building a ministry partnership team is an integral part of being in ministry. There are many opportunities to bless and encourage the partnership team. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

APPLY HERE

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change. In order to make the best use of your time and ours, only applicants who closely match our requirements will be contacted directly.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

Title: FamilyLife Regional Representative-Quebec

Ministry: Full-Time or Part Time

Location: Home Office with Occasional Travel

Reports to: Reports to Associate Director, FamilyLife

Funding: Ministry Partner Development

Ministry Overview

Power to Change (P2C) seeks to help people know Jesus and experience His power to change the world.  We envision millions of volunteers engaged in faith adventures that transform lives through the power of the gospel.  You can be a part of this movement of change by applying your skills in P2C Ministries.

FamilyLife Canada, a division of Power to Change Ministries, exists to bring help and hope to every marriage and family. We believe…

  • The family is the foundation of every community.
  • A healthy marriage is the cornerstone of a strong family.
  • The ultimate and lasting strength of every marriage and family is found in a relationship with Jesus Christ.

Through conferences, seminars, workshops, mentoring, print and online resources FamilyLife seeks to build a growing network of HomeBuilders; couples who are intentional about partnering with us to bring help and hope to their family, friends and neighbors.

Position Overview:

FamilyLife Regional Representatives play a key role in helping families experience growing relationship with God and others through expanding FamilyLife’s activities. A regional representative acts as an ambassador and assists with regional events, resourcing community leaders, networking with Churches and coordination volunteers.

Responsibilities:

  • Passionately seek to reach families for Christ
  • Serve as spokesperson and representative for FamilyLife
  • Coordinate and facilitate FamilyLife ministry events
  • Model healthy and Godly marriage and family life
  • Raise the awareness of the FamilyLife ministry
  • Build teams of volunteers; area committees, church representatives, marriage mentors and conference administrators
  • Serve on the FamilyLife speaker team, trained for one-day conferences
  • Attend FamilyLife and Power to Change conferences

Required Skills and Abilities:

  • A deep and growing relationship with Jesus Christ
  • A genuine desire to see people’s lives and relationships changed
  • A professional approach and demeanor
  • Self-motivated and hard working
  • Passionate about the FamilyLife vision to bring help and hope to every marriage and family
  • A strong communicator with the ability to speak confidently to community and church leader
  • Experience in event coordination
  • Experience in volunteer management
  • Bi-Lingual: English/French

Other Requirements:

A growing, personal relationship with Jesus Christ and a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the P2C Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith and abide by the biblical principles outlined in these documents.

Funding

This position requires Ministry Partner Development. The successful candidate will have the privilege to build a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for the ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical and God will provide everything necessary to fulfill the calling into ministry: finances, emotional strength and perseverance. Building a ministry partnership team is an integral part of being in ministry. There are many opportunities to bless and encourage the partnership team. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

APPLY HERE

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change. In order to make the best use of your time and ours, only applicants who closely match our requirements will be contacted directly.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

Title: FamilyLife Regional Representative

Ministry: Full-Time or Part Time

Location: Home Office with Occasional Travel

Reports to: Reports to Associate Director, FamilyLife

Funding: Ministry Partner Development

Ministry Overview

Power to Change (P2C) seeks to help people know Jesus and experience His power to change the world.  We envision millions of volunteers engaged in faith adventures that transform lives through the power of the gospel.  You can be a part of this movement of change by applying your skills in P2C Ministries.

FamilyLife Canada, a division of Power to Change Ministries, exists to bring help and hope to every marriage and family. We believe…

  • The family is the foundation of every community.
  • A healthy marriage is the cornerstone of a strong family.
  • The ultimate and lasting strength of every marriage and family is found in a relationship with Jesus Christ.

Through conferences, seminars, workshops, mentoring, print and online resources FamilyLife seeks to build a growing network of HomeBuilders; couples who are intentional about partnering with us to bring help and hope to their family, friends and neighbors.

Position Overview:

FamilyLife Regional Representatives play a key role in helping families experience growing relationship with God and others through expanding FamilyLife’s activities. A regional representative acts as an ambassador and assists with regional events, resourcing community leaders, networking with Churches and coordination volunteers.

Responsibilities:

  • Passionately seek to reach families for Christ
  • Serve as spokesperson and representative for FamilyLife
  • Coordinate and facilitate FamilyLife ministry events
  • Model healthy and Godly marriage and family life
  • Raise the awareness of the FamilyLife ministry
  • Build teams of volunteers; area committees, church representatives, marriage mentors and conference administrators
  • Serve on the FamilyLife speaker team, trained for one-day conferences
  • Attend FamilyLife and Power to Change conferences

Required Skills and Abilities:

  • A deep and growing relationship with Jesus Christ
  • A genuine desire to see people’s lives and relationships changed
  • A professional approach and demeanor
  • Self-motivated and hard working
  • Passionate about the FamilyLife vision to bring help and hope to every marriage and family
  • A strong communicator with the ability to speak confidently to community and church leader
  • Experience in event coordination
  • Experience in volunteer management

Other Requirements:

A growing, personal relationship with Jesus Christ and a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the P2C Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith and abide by the biblical principles outlined in these documents.

Funding

This position requires Ministry Partner Development. The successful candidate will have the privilege to build a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for the ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical and God will provide everything necessary to fulfill the calling into ministry: finances, emotional strength and perseverance. Building a ministry partnership team is an integral part of being in ministry. There are many opportunities to bless and encourage the partnership team. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

APPLY HERE

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change. In order to make the best use of your time and ours, only applicants who closely match our requirements will be contacted directly.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

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Job Categories: Marketing; Communications
Position Type: Full-time; 4 month internship (extension possible)
Job Region/Location: Langley, BC; Power To Change National Headquarters
Reporting Relationship: Reports directly to Marketing & Communications Director
Working Conditions: Normal Office Conditions
Funding: Ministry Partner Development
Application Deadline: Ongoing

Ministry Overview

Power to Change seeks to glorify God by making a maximum contribution toward helping to fulfill the Great Commission in Canada and around the world by developing movements of evangelism and discipleship. We envision millions of volunteers engaged in faith adventures that transform lives through the power of the gospel. You can be a part of this movement of change by applying your skills in P2C Ministries.

Familylife Canada provides the tools and training that couples and families need. These tools help families communicate better, help husbands and wives rekindle the romance in their marriage, and help moms and dads become the very best parents they can be. But even more significantly, Familylife Canada introduces people to God – the Designer of marriage and family, the only One who can change their hearts.

Position Overview

The Marketing & Communications Intern will assist the Marketing & Communications Director to develop an integrated marketing plan for all Familylife activities, and manage social media communication. This marketing plan should include, but is not limited to, all Familylife events, web properties, social media properties, and direct communication (via email, social media, etc) with individuals in a database.

Responsibilities

  • Support and assist in creating communications strategies and promotional materials that aid in our mission to help people discover Jesus
  • Support and assist in creating communications strategies and promotional materials that aid in our mission to help people discover Jesus
  • Collaborate with Marketing & Communications Director to implement campaigns
  • Assist Marketing & Communications Director with various marketing projects
  • Communicate with ministries to ensure correct messaging from a design perspective
  • Assist the Marketing & Communications Director in any other areas and projects that need attention

Education and Experience

  • Minimum 3-4 years in post-secondary education or recent Bachelor’s degree in Marketing or Communications
  • Experience and involvement with online marketing and social media

Required Skills and Abilities

  • A deep, growing, intimate relationship with Jesus Christ
  • A passion for Christian ministry work
  • Initiative and entrepreneurial spirit
  • Able to write marketing plans and strategies
  • Able to identify target markets and build marketing plans that serve unique segmentations
  • Knowledge and experience in planning and executing a marketing campaign
  • Good written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong organizational skills and ability to meet timelines and deadlines
  • Able to work well with a team
  • Able to manage multiple projects as assigned or required by Marketing & Communications Director
  • Able to handle and objectively moderate social media comments
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook) required

Preferred Skills and Abilities

  • Good working knowledge of social media dashboards (Hootsuite, Tweetdeck) preferred
  • Experience in WordPress, Adobe InDesign and database management software is an asset

Funding

This position requires Ministry Partner Development. The successful candidate will have the privilege to build a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for the ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical and God will provide everything necessary to fulfill the calling into ministry: finances, emotional strength and perseverance. Building a ministry partnership team is an integral part of being in ministry. There are many opportunities to bless and encourage the partnership team. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

APPLY HERE

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change. In order to make the best use of your time and ours, only applicants who closely match our requirements will be contacted directly.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

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LeaderImpact

Job Categories: Marketing; Discipleship
Position Type: Permanent; Full-Time
Job Region/Location: Toronto, Ontario
Reporting Relationship: Reports to Regional Director – Ontario
Funding: Ministry Partner Development
Application Deadline: Ongoing

Ministry Overview

Power to Change (P2C) is an organization that seeks to collectively as well as individually, spread the gospel of Jesus Christ through movements of evangelism and discipleship. No matter what type of work those involved with P2C do, whether they are staff or volunteers, we understand that our work collectively is to further this overall mission. In accordance with our mission statement to spread the gospel, everyone who applies to be involved will be required to sign and adhere to the Statement of Faith and Code of Conduct.

LeaderImpact (LI), a ministry of Power to Change, is a growing national Christian organization that is committed to helping leaders discover the relevance of faith in their personal and professional lives. LeaderImpact works with leaders in cities to help them develop and execute innovative strategies to make faith a relevant discussion in the marketplace. We believe that if you reach a leader, you will change a community and transform a nation.

Position Overview

The position of Area Director is responsible for the fulfillment of the mission and vision of LeaderImpact in the (region).

P2C Mission Statement
Power to Change seeks to help people know Jesus and experience His power to change the world.

LeaderImpact Mission Statement
Helping marketplace leaders explore the relevance of faith in God for their professional and personal lives.

LeaderImpact Vision Statement
Leaders everywhere experiencing life to the full. (John 10:10)

LeaderImpact Brand Values
Uncommon Opportunities, Relationships That Matter, Changed Lives, Fun

Primary Objectives

  • Ignite, coach, and support the development of LeaderImpact city teams in major centers within the region. As the Area Director, you will use the LeaderImpact ministry model to achieve this objective. The ministry package includes the:
    • Platform of ‘Leader-led, Staff-supported’
    • Process of ‘Vision, Training, Outreach, Groups’
    • Products that add value to leaders spiritual, professional, and personal growth
    • National strategic blueprint to reach 50 cities, 300 groups, and 12 international trips
    • LeaderHub online training and resource platform
    • Central support team for event management, marketing & communications, and database tracking.
  • Initiate the start-up and multiplication of LeaderImpact groups within each major center. As the Area Director, you will achieve this objective using the Leaderimpact Groups Process to develop missional groups of Christian business leaders engaged in evangelism and discipleship. The Groups Process includes the format, curriculum, and training for the successful implementation of groups.
  • Recruit leaders to give leadership to each major center in the area. Leader recruitment and development is a key objective that will bring success to growing and sustaining LeaderImpact movements. As the Area Director, you will recruit leaders for:
    • LeaderImpact City Teams…the ‘drive engine’ for each city
    • LeaderImpact groups…the foundation of movement in each city
    • LeaderImpact International trips…the transforming experience that will inspire leaders to ‘own’ LeaderImpact in their cities.

Required Skills and Abilities

  • Relationships
    • Has a strong ability to develop relationships with LeaderImpact City leaders and leaders in the business community
  • Management and Administration
    • Has strong people and process management skills.
  • Spiritual leadership
    • Is able to spiritually coach and mentor City Teams and Group Leaders
  • Marketplace credibility
    • Has worked in the business or professional community with high level of credibility.
    • Is knowledgeable about issues facing business and professional leaders.

Funding

This position requires Ministry Partner Development. The successful candidate will have the privilege to build a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for the ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical and God will provide everything necessary to fulfill the calling into ministry: finances, emotional strength and perseverance. Building a ministry partnership team is an integral part of being in ministry. There are many opportunities to bless and encourage the partnership team. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

APPLY HERE

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change. In order to make the best use of your time and ours, only applicants who closely match our requirements will be contacted directly.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

Job Categories: Marketing; Discipleship
Position Type: Permanent; Full-Time
Job Region/Location: GTA, Ontario
Reporting Relationship: Reports to Regional Director – Ontario
Funding: Ministry Partner Development
Application Deadline: Ongoing

Ministry Overview

Power to Change (P2C) is an organization that seeks to collectively as well as individually, spread the gospel of Jesus Christ through movements of evangelism and discipleship. No matter what type of work those involved with P2C do, whether they are staff or volunteers, we understand that our work collectively is to further this overall mission. In accordance with our mission statement to spread the gospel, everyone who applies to be involved will be required to sign and adhere to the Statement of Faith and Code of Conduct.

LeaderImpact (LIG), a ministry of Power to Change, is a growing national Christian organization that is committed to helping leaders discover the relevance of faith in their personal and professional lives. LeaderImpact Group works with leaders in cities to help them develop and execute innovative strategies to make faith a relevant discussion in the marketplace. We believe that if you reach a leader, you will change a community and transform a nation.

Position Overview

The position of Area Director is responsible for the fulfillment of the mission and vision of LeaderImpact in the (region).

P2C Mission Statement
Power to Change seeks to help people know Jesus and experience His power to change the world.

LeaderImpact Mission Statement
Helping marketplace leaders explore the relevance of faith in God for their professional and personal lives.

LeaderImpact Vision Statement
Leaders everywhere experiencing life to the full. (John 10:10)

LeaderImpact Brand Values
Uncommon Opportunities, Relationships That Matter, Changed Lives, Fun

Primary Objectives

  • Ignite, coach, and support the development of LeaderImpact city teams in major centers within the region. As the Area Director, you will use the LeaderImpact ministry model to achieve this objective. The model package includes the:
    • Platform of ‘Leader-led, Staff-supported’
    • Process of ‘Vision, Training, Outreach, Groups’
    • Products that add value to leaders spiritual, professional, and personal growth
    • National strategic blueprint to reach 50 cities, 300 groups, and 12 international trips
    • LeaderHub online training and resource platform
    • Central support team for event management, marketing & communications, and database tracking.
  • Initiate the start-up and multiplication of LeaderImpact groups within each major center. As the Area Director, you will achieve this objective using the Leaderimpact Groups Process to develop missional groups of Christian business leaders engaged in evangelism and discipleship. The Groups Process includes the format, curriculum, and training for the successful implementation of groups.
  • Recruit leaders to give leadership to each major center in the area. Leader recruitment and development is a key objective that will bring success to growing and sustaining LeaderImpact movements. As the Area Director, you will recruit leaders for:
    • LeaderImpact City Teams…the ‘drive engine’ for each city
    • LeaderImpact groups…the foundation of movement in each city
    • LeaderImpact International trips…the transforming experience that will inspire leaders to ‘own’ LeaderImpact in their cities.

Required Skills and Abilities

  • Relationships
    • Has a strong ability to develop relationships with LeaderImpact City leaders and leaders in the business community
  • Management and Administration
    • Has strong people and process management skills.
  • Spiritual leadership
    • Is able to spiritually coach and mentor City Teams and Group Leaders
  • Marketplace credibility
    • Has worked in the business or professional community with high level of credibility.
    • Is knowledgeable about issues facing business and professional leaders.

Funding

This position requires Ministry Partner Development. The successful candidate will have the privilege to build a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for the ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical and God will provide everything necessary to fulfill the calling into ministry: finances, emotional strength and perseverance. Building a ministry partnership team is an integral part of being in ministry. There are many opportunities to bless and encourage the partnership team. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

APPLY HERE

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change. In order to make the best use of your time and ours, only applicants who closely match our requirements will be contacted directly.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

Job Categories: Marketing; Discipleship
Position Type: Permanent; Full-Time
Job Region/Location: GTA, Ontario
Reporting Relationship: Reports to Regional Director – Ontario
Funding: Ministry Partner Development
Application Deadline: Ongoing

Ministry Overview

Power to Change (P2C) is an organization that seeks to collectively as well as individually, spread the gospel of Jesus Christ through movements of evangelism and discipleship. No matter what type of work those involved with P2C do, whether they are staff or volunteers, we understand that our work collectively is to further this overall mission. In accordance with our mission statement to spread the gospel, everyone who applies to be involved will be required to sign and adhere to the Statement of Faith and Code of Conduct.

LeaderImpact (LI), a ministry of Power to Change, is a growing national Christian organization that is committed to helping leaders discover the relevance of faith in their personal and professional lives. LeaderImpact works with leaders in cities to help them develop and execute innovative strategies to make faith a relevant discussion in the marketplace. We believe that if you reach a leader, you will change a community and transform a nation.

Position Overview

The position of Area Director is responsible for the fulfillment of the mission and vision of LeaderImpact in the (region).

P2C Mission Statement
Power to Change seeks to help people know Jesus and experience His power to change the world.

LeaderImpact Mission Statement
Helping marketplace leaders explore the relevance of faith in God for their professional and personal lives.

LeaderImpact Vision Statement
Leaders everywhere experiencing life to the full. (John 10:10)

LeaderImpact Brand Values
Uncommon Opportunities, Relationships That Matter, Changed Lives, Fun

Primary Objectives

  • Ignite, coach, and support the development of LeaderImpact city teams in major centers within the region. As the Area Director, you will use the LeaderImpact ministry model to achieve this objective. The model package includes the:
    • Platform of ‘Leader-led, Staff-supported’
    • Process of ‘Vision, Training, Outreach, Groups’
    • Products that add value to leaders spiritual, professional, and personal growth
    • National strategic blueprint to reach 50 cities, 300 groups, and 12 international trips
    • LeaderHub online training and resource platform
    • Central support team for event management, marketing & communications, and database tracking.
  • Initiate the start-up and multiplication of LeaderImpact groups within each major center. As the Area Director, you will achieve this objective using the Leaderimpact Groups Process to develop missional groups of Christian business leaders engaged in evangelism and discipleship. The Groups Process includes the format, curriculum, and training for the successful implementation of groups.
  • Recruit leaders to give leadership to each major center in the area. Leader recruitment and development is a key objective that will bring success to growing and sustaining LeaderImpact movements. As the Area Director, you will recruit leaders for:
    • LeaderImpact City Teams…the ‘drive engine’ for each city
    • LeaderImpact groups…the foundation of movement in each city
    • LeaderImpact International trips…the transforming experience that will inspire leaders to ‘own’ LeaderImpact in their cities.

Required Skills and Abilities

  • Relationships
    • Has a strong ability to develop relationships with LeaderImpact City leaders and leaders in the business community
  • Management and Administration
    • Has strong people and process management skills.
  • Spiritual leadership
    • Is able to spiritually coach and mentor City Teams and Group Leaders
  • Marketplace credibility
    • Has worked in the business or professional community with high level of credibility.
    • Is knowledgeable about issues facing business and professional leaders.

Funding

This position requires Ministry Partner Development. The successful candidate will have the privilege to build a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for the ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical and God will provide everything necessary to fulfill the calling into ministry: finances, emotional strength and perseverance. Building a ministry partnership team is an integral part of being in ministry. There are many opportunities to bless and encourage the partnership team. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

APPLY HERE

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change. In order to make the best use of your time and ours, only applicants who closely match our requirements will be contacted directly.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

Job Categories: Marketing; Discipleship
Position Type: Permanent; Full-Time
Job Region/Location: South Central, Ontario
Reporting Relationship: Reports to Regional Director – Ontario
Funding: Ministry Partner Development
Application Deadline: Ongoing

Ministry Overview

Power to Change (P2C) is an organization that seeks to collectively as well as individually, spread the gospel of Jesus Christ through movements of evangelism and discipleship. No matter what type of work those involved with P2C do, whether they are staff or volunteers, we understand that our work collectively is to further this overall mission. In accordance with our mission statement to spread the gospel, everyone who applies to be involved will be required to sign and adhere to the Statement of Faith and Code of Conduct.

LeaderImpact (LI), a ministry of Power to Change, is a growing national Christian organization that is committed to helping leaders discover the relevance of faith in their personal and professional lives. LeaderImpact works with leaders in cities to help them develop and execute innovative strategies to make faith a relevant discussion in the marketplace. We believe that if you reach a leader, you will change a community and transform a nation.

Position Overview

The position of Area Director is responsible for the fulfillment of the mission and vision of LeaderImpact in the (region).

P2C Mission Statement
Power to Change seeks to help people know Jesus and experience His power to change the world.

LeaderImpact Mission Statement
Helping marketplace leaders explore the relevance of faith in God for their professional and personal lives.

LeaderImpact Vision Statement
Leaders everywhere experiencing life to the full. (John 10:10)

LeaderImpact Brand Values
Uncommon Opportunities, Relationships That Matter, Changed Lives, Fun

Primary Objectives

  • Ignite, coach, and support the development of LeaderImpact city teams in major centers within the region. As the Area Director, you will use the LeaderImpact ministry model to achieve this objective. The model package includes the:
    • Platform of ‘Leader-led, Staff-supported’
    • Process of ‘Vision, Training, Outreach, Groups’
    • Products that add value to leaders spiritual, professional, and personal growth
    • National strategic blueprint to reach 50 cities, 300 groups, and 12 international trips
    • LeaderHub online training and resource platform
    • Central support team for event management, marketing & communications, and database tracking.
  • Initiate the start-up and multiplication of LeaderImpact groups within each major center. As the Area Director, you will achieve this objective using the Leaderimpact Groups Process to develop missional groups of Christian business leaders engaged in evangelism and discipleship. The Groups Process includes the format, curriculum, and training for the successful implementation of groups.
  • Recruit leaders to give leadership to each major center in the area. Leader recruitment and development is a key objective that will bring success to growing and sustaining LeaderImpact movements. As the Area Director, you will recruit leaders for:
    • LeaderImpact City Teams…the ‘drive engine’ for each city
    • LeaderImpact groups…the foundation of movement in each city
    • LeaderImpact International trips…the transforming experience that will inspire leaders to ‘own’ LeaderImpact in their cities.

Required Skills and Abilities

  • Relationships
    • Has a strong ability to develop relationships with LeaderImpact City leaders and leaders in the business community
  • Management and Administration
    • Has strong people and process management skills.
  • Spiritual leadership
    • Is able to spiritually coach and mentor City Teams and Group Leaders
  • Marketplace credibility
    • Has worked in the business or professional community with high level of credibility.
    • Is knowledgeable about issues facing business and professional leaders.

Funding

This position requires Ministry Partner Development. The successful candidate will have the privilege to build a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for the ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical and God will provide everything necessary to fulfill the calling into ministry: finances, emotional strength and perseverance. Building a ministry partnership team is an integral part of being in ministry. There are many opportunities to bless and encourage the partnership team. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

APPLY HERE

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change. In order to make the best use of your time and ours, only applicants who closely match our requirements will be contacted directly.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

Job Categories: Marketing; Discipleship
Position Type: Permanent; Full-Time
Job Region/Location: South West, Ontario
Reporting Relationship: Reports to Regional Director – Ontario
Funding: Ministry Partner Development
Application Deadline: Ongoing

Ministry Overview

Power to Change (P2C) is an organization that seeks to collectively as well as individually, spread the gospel of Jesus Christ through movements of evangelism and discipleship. No matter what type of work those involved with P2C do, whether they are staff or volunteers, we understand that our work collectively is to further this overall mission. In accordance with our mission statement to spread the gospel, everyone who applies to be involved will be required to sign and adhere to the Statement of Faith and Code of Conduct.

LeaderImpact (LI), a ministry of Power to Change, is a growing national Christian organization that is committed to helping leaders discover the relevance of faith in their personal and professional lives. LeaderImpact works with leaders in cities to help them develop and execute innovative strategies to make faith a relevant discussion in the marketplace. We believe that if you reach a leader, you will change a community and transform a nation.

Position Overview

The position of Area Director is responsible for the fulfillment of the mission and vision of LeaderImpact in the (region).

P2C Mission Statement
Power to Change seeks to help people know Jesus and experience His power to change the world.

LeaderImpact Mission Statement
Helping marketplace leaders explore the relevance of faith in God for their professional and personal lives.

LeaderImpact Vision Statement
Leaders everywhere experiencing life to the full. (John 10:10)

LeaderImpact Brand Values
Uncommon Opportunities, Relationships That Matter, Changed Lives, Fun

Primary Objectives

  • Ignite, coach, and support the development of LeaderImpact city teams in major centers within the region. As the Area Director, you will use the LeaderImpact ministry model to achieve this objective. The model package includes the:
    • Platform of ‘Leader-led, Staff-supported’
    • Process of ‘Vision, Training, Outreach, Groups’
    • Products that add value to leaders spiritual, professional, and personal growth
    • National strategic blueprint to reach 50 cities, 300 groups, and 12 international trips
    • LeaderHub online training and resource platform
    • Central support team for event management, marketing & communications, and database tracking.
  • Initiate the start-up and multiplication of LeaderImpact groups within each major center. As the Area Director, you will achieve this objective using the Leaderimpact Groups Process to develop missional groups of Christian business leaders engaged in evangelism and discipleship. The Groups Process includes the format, curriculum, and training for the successful implementation of groups.
  • Recruit leaders to give leadership to each major center in the area. Leader recruitment and development is a key objective that will bring success to growing and sustaining LeaderImpact movements. As the Area Director, you will recruit leaders for:
    • LeaderImpact City Teams…the ‘drive engine’ for each city
    • LeaderImpact groups…the foundation of movement in each city
    • LeaderImpact International trips…the transforming experience that will inspire leaders to ‘own’ LeaderImpact in their cities.

Required Skills and Abilities

  • Relationships
    • Has a strong ability to develop relationships with LeaderImpact City leaders and leaders in the business community
  • Management and Administration
    • Has strong people and process management skills.
  • Spiritual leadership
    • Is able to spiritually coach and mentor City Teams and Group Leaders
  • Marketplace credibility
    • Has worked in the business or professional community with high level of credibility.
    • Is knowledgeable about issues facing business and professional leaders.

Funding

This position requires Ministry Partner Development. The successful candidate will have the privilege to build a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for the ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical and God will provide everything necessary to fulfill the calling into ministry: finances, emotional strength and perseverance. Building a ministry partnership team is an integral part of being in ministry. There are many opportunities to bless and encourage the partnership team. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

APPLY HERE

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change. In order to make the best use of your time and ours, only applicants who closely match our requirements will be contacted directly.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

Job Categories: Marketing; Discipleship
Position Type: Permanent; Full-Time
Job Region/Location: Vancouver, BC
Reporting Relationship: Reports to Regional Director – Pacific
Funding: Ministry Partner Development
Application Deadline: Ongoing

Ministry Overview

Power to Change (P2C) is an organization that seeks to collectively as well as individually, spread the gospel of Jesus Christ through movements of evangelism and discipleship. No matter what type of work those involved with P2C do, whether they are staff or volunteers, we understand that our work collectively is to further this overall mission. In accordance with our mission statement to spread the gospel, everyone who applies to be involved will be required to sign and adhere to the Statement of Faith and Code of Conduct.

LeaderImpact (LI), a ministry of Power to Change, is a growing national Christian organization that is committed to helping leaders discover the relevance of faith in their personal and professional lives. LeaderImpact works with leaders in cities to help them develop and execute innovative strategies to make faith a relevant discussion in the marketplace. We believe that if you reach a leader, you will change a community and transform a nation.

Position Overview

The position of Area Director is responsible for the fulfillment of the mission and vision of LeaderImpact in the (region).

P2C Mission Statement
Power to Change seeks to help people know Jesus and experience His power to change the world.

LeaderImpact Mission Statement
Helping marketplace leaders explore the relevance of faith in God for their professional and personal lives.

LeaderImpact Vision Statement
Leaders everywhere experiencing life to the full. (John 10:10)

LeaderImpact Brand Values
Uncommon Opportunities, Relationships That Matter, Changed Lives, Fun

Primary Objectives

  • Ignite, coach, and support the development of LeaderImpact city teams in major centers within the region. As the Area Director, you will use the LeaderImpact ministry model to achieve this objective. The ministry package includes the:
    • Platform of ‘Leader-led, Staff-supported’
    • Process of ‘Vision, Training, Outreach, Groups’
    • Products that add value to leaders spiritual, professional, and personal growth
    • National strategic blueprint to reach 50 cities, 300 groups, and 12 international trips
    • LeaderHub online training and resource platform
    • Central support team for event management, marketing & communications, and database tracking.
  • Initiate the start-up and multiplication of LeaderImpact groups within each major center. As the Area Director, you will achieve this objective using the Leaderimpact Groups Process to develop missional groups of Christian business leaders engaged in evangelism and discipleship. The Groups Process includes the format, curriculum, and training for the successful implementation of groups.
  • Recruit leaders to give leadership to each major center in the area. Leader recruitment and development is a key objective that will bring success to growing and sustaining LeaderImpact movements. As the Area Director, you will recruit leaders for:
    • LeaderImpact City Teams…the ‘drive engine’ for each city
    • LeaderImpact groups…the foundation of movement in each city
    • LeaderImpact International trips…the transforming experience that will inspire leaders to ‘own’ LeaderImpact in their cities.

Required Skills and Abilities

  • Relationships
    • Has a strong ability to develop relationships with LeaderImpact City leaders and leaders in the business community
  • Management and Administration
    • Has strong people and process management skills.
  • Spiritual leadership
    • Is able to spiritually coach and mentor City Teams and Group Leaders
  • Marketplace credibility
    • Has worked in the business or professional community with high level of credibility.
    • Is knowledgeable about issues facing business and professional leaders.

Funding

This position requires Ministry Partner Development. The successful candidate will have the privilege to build a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for the ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical and God will provide everything necessary to fulfill the calling into ministry: finances, emotional strength and perseverance. Building a ministry partnership team is an integral part of being in ministry. There are many opportunities to bless and encourage the partnership team. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

APPLY HERE

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change. In order to make the best use of your time and ours, only applicants who closely match our requirements will be contacted directly.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

Job Categories: Marketing; Discipleship
Position Type: Permanent; Full-Time
Job Region/Location: Winnipeg, MB
Reporting Relationship: Reports to Regional Director – Prairie Region
Funding: Ministry Partner Development
Application Deadline: Ongoing

Ministry Overview

Power to Change (P2C) is an organization that seeks to collectively as well as individually, spread the gospel of Jesus Christ through movements of evangelism and discipleship. No matter what type of work those involved with P2C do, whether they are staff or volunteers, we understand that our work collectively is to further this overall mission. In accordance with our mission statement to spread the gospel, everyone who applies to be involved will be required to sign and adhere to the Statement of Faith and Code of Conduct.

LeaderImpact (LI), a ministry of Power to Change, is a growing national Christian organization that is committed to helping leaders discover the relevance of faith in their personal and professional lives. LeaderImpact works with leaders in cities to help them develop and execute innovative strategies to make faith a relevant discussion in the marketplace. We believe that if you reach a leader, you will change a community and transform a nation.

Position Overview

The position of Area Director is responsible for the fulfillment of the mission and vision of LeaderImpact in the (region).

P2C Mission Statement
Power to Change seeks to help people know Jesus and experience His power to change the world.

LeaderImpact Mission Statement
Helping marketplace leaders explore the relevance of faith in God for their professional and personal lives.

LeaderImpact Vision Statement
Leaders everywhere experiencing life to the full. (John 10:10)

LeaderImpact Brand Values
Uncommon Opportunities, Relationships That Matter, Changed Lives, Fun

Primary Objectives

  • Ignite, coach, and support the development of LeaderImpact city teams in major centers within the region. As the Area Director, you will use the LeaderImpact ministry model to achieve this objective. The ministry package includes the:
    • Platform of ‘Leader-led, Staff-supported’
    • Process of ‘Vision, Training, Outreach, Groups’
    • Products that add value to leaders spiritual, professional, and personal growth
    • National strategic blueprint to reach 50 cities, 300 groups, and 12 international trips
    • LeaderHub online training and resource platform
    • Central support team for event management, marketing & communications, and database tracking.
  • Initiate the start-up and multiplication of LeaderImpact groups within each major center. As the Area Director, you will achieve this objective using the Leaderimpact Groups Process to develop missional groups of Christian business leaders engaged in evangelism and discipleship. The Groups Process includes the format, curriculum, and training for the successful implementation of groups.
  • Recruit leaders to give leadership to each major center in the area. Leader recruitment and development is a key objective that will bring success to growing and sustaining LeaderImpact movements. As the Area Director, you will recruit leaders for:
    • LeaderImpact City Teams…the ‘drive engine’ for each city
    • LeaderImpact groups…the foundation of movement in each city
    • LeaderImpact International trips…the transforming experience that will inspire leaders to ‘own’ LeaderImpact in their cities.

Required Skills and Abilities

  • Relationships
    • Has a strong ability to develop relationships with LeaderImpact City leaders and leaders in the business community
  • Management and Administration
    • Has strong people and process management skills.
  • Spiritual leadership
    • Is able to spiritually coach and mentor City Teams and Group Leaders
  • Marketplace credibility
    • Has worked in the business or professional community with high level of credibility.
    • Is knowledgeable about issues facing business and professional leaders.

Funding

This position requires Ministry Partner Development. The successful candidate will have the privilege to build a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for the ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical and God will provide everything necessary to fulfill the calling into ministry: finances, emotional strength and perseverance. Building a ministry partnership team is an integral part of being in ministry. There are many opportunities to bless and encourage the partnership team. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

APPLY HERE

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change. In order to make the best use of your time and ours, only applicants who closely match our requirements will be contacted directly.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

Job Categories: Marketing; Discipleship
Position Type: Permanent; Full-Time
Job Region/Location: National
Reporting Relationship: Reports to Executive Director
Funding: Ministry Partner Development
Application Deadline: Ongoing

Ministry Overview

Power to Change (P2C) is an organization that seeks to collectively as well as individually, spread the gospel of Jesus Christ through movements of evangelism and discipleship. No matter what type of work those involved with P2C do, whether they are staff or volunteers, we understand that our work collectively is to further this overall mission. In accordance with our mission statement to spread the gospel, everyone who applies to be involved will be required to sign and adhere to the Statement of Faith and Code of Conduct.

LeaderImpact (LI), a ministry of Power to Change, is a growing national Christian organization that is committed to helping leaders discover the relevance of faith in their personal and professional lives. LeaderImpact works with leaders in cities to help them develop and execute innovative strategies to make faith a relevant discussion in the marketplace. We believe that if you reach a leader, you will change a community and transform a nation.

Position Overview

The position of Director – Leader Recruitment and Development, is responsible for the fulfillment of the mission as outlined in the LeaderImpact Strategic Blueprint under “Leaders on Mission”.

This role will be a member of the LeaderImpact Servant Leadership Team.

P2C Mission Statement
Power to Change seeks to help people know Jesus and experience His power to change the world.

LeaderImpact Mission Statement
Helping marketplace leaders explore the relevance of faith in God for their professional and personal lives.

LeaderImpact Vision Statement
Leaders everywhere experiencing life to the full. (John 10:10)

LeaderImpact Brand Values
Uncommon Opportunities, Relationships That Matter, Changed Lives, Fun

Primary Objectives

  • This role will be held accountable to achieving the following objectives in conjunction with the stated goals in our Strategic Blueprint for Leaders on Mission. “400 New Trained Group Leaders by December 31, 2020”

Develop a sustainable program to attract, recruit, and develop qualified Group Leaders, for all regions across Canada including:

    • Formalize process to attract, train and develop Group Leaders
    • Establish a plan and protocol to partner with churches, to engage their leaders
    • Establish a plan and process to identify potential Group Leaders from existing Groups
    • Oversee the completion of LeaderImpact Basic Training (LeaderHub) for all Group Leaders
    • Edit Group Leader role description so that value proposition is clear
    • Expand use of LeaderHub (in house ministry platform) as an essential tool.
  • Assist Area Directors to implement sustainable recruitment and development programs across Canada

Required Skills and Abilities

  • Relationships
    • Has a strong ability to develop relationships with LeaderImpact City leaders and leaders in the business community
  • Management and Administration
    • Has strong people and process management skills.
  • Spiritual leadership
    • Is able to spiritually coach and mentor City Teams and Group Leaders
  • Marketplace credibility
    • Has worked in the business or professional community with high level of credibility.
    • Is knowledgeable about issues facing business and professional leaders.

Funding

This position requires Ministry Partner Development. The successful candidate will have the privilege to build a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for the ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical and God will provide everything necessary to fulfill the calling into ministry: finances, emotional strength and perseverance. Building a ministry partnership team is an integral part of being in ministry. There are many opportunities to bless and encourage the partnership team. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

APPLY HERE

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change. In order to make the best use of your time and ours, only applicants who closely match our requirements will be contacted directly.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

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Power to Change – Students

Priority Positions: Creative Communications

Position Type: Full-time
Location: Guelph, ON (recommended, but not limited to)
Reports to: Social Media Manager
Funding: Ministry Partner Development

Ministry Overview

Power to Change (P2C) is an organization that seeks to collectively as well as individually, spread the gospel of Jesus Christ through movements of evangelism and discipleship.

Power to Change – Students (P2C-Students) longs for a day when no student graduates without engaging in the life-transforming message of Jesus. We change the world by helping students discover Jesus and equipping them for a lifetime of ministry. We invite you to join us in this task and watch how Jesus changes everything.

Position Overview

The Social Media Specialist is responsible for helping P2C-Students distribute content and communications that inspire, resource and inform students, staff, volunteers, donors and the public. You will serve as part of the broader Creative Communications team that helps increase the impact of P2C-Students by shaping culture, producing innovative resources and experiences to help young adults discover Jesus and be equipped for a lifetime of ministry.

Primary Outcomes

• Increase audience of non-Christians through relevant and evangelistic materials
• Promote P2C-S values, visions, and opportunities to increase exposure to uninvolved students
• Provide students with opportunities and information for further involvement, and connect them with the ministry through online mediums
• Share stories of the impact that P2C-S is having on campuses in order to inspire and inform students, staff, and donors
• Have consistent communication and collaboration with stakeholders of P2C-Students to help market resources, opportunities and initiatives of P2C-S
• Think of new ways to reach broader audiences through social media
• Identify and engage with key influencers on social media channels to help us further our reach and impact on social media by continually engaging our content
• Share and promote creative materials being produced by the Creative Communications team (i.e., blog posts, videos, etc.) so that they reach a greater potential audience

Skills
• Good knowledge of how to use various social media platforms
• Ability to communicate efficiently and effectively with supervisors, coworkers, and visitors to the social media pages
• Detailed knowledge of grammar, spelling, and style
• Ability to work within tight timelines and respond promptly to requests of other teams
• Ability to shape writing style to meet the needs of specific audiences
• Be able to positively receive feedback and take direction
• Can work well on a team and collaborate with others

 Education and Experience

• Post-secondary degree
• Experience in the field

Other Requirements

A growing, personal relationship with Jesus Christ and a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the P2C Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith and abide by the biblical principles outlined in these documents.

Funding

This position requires Ministry Partner Development. The successful candidate will have the privilege to build a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for the ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical and God will provide everything necessary to fulfill the calling into ministry: finances, emotional strength and perseverance. Building a ministry partnership team is an integral part of being in ministry. There are many opportunities to bless and encourage the partnership team. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

APPLY HERE

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change. In order to make the best use of your time and ours, only applicants who closely match our requirements will be contacted directly. Candidates who are selected will be required to complete a vulnerable sector check.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

Position Type: Full-time
Location: Guelph, ON
Reports to: National Creative Communications Director
Funding: Ministry Partner Development

Ministry Overview

Power to Change (P2C) is an organization that seeks to collectively as well as individually, spread the gospel of Jesus Christ through movements of evangelism and discipleship.

Power to Change – Students (P2C-Students) longs for a day when no student graduates without engaging in the life-transforming message of Jesus. We change the world by helping students discover Jesus and equipping them for a lifetime of ministry. We invite you to join us in this task and watch how Jesus changes everything.

Position Overview

As a Graphic Designer, you will help Power to Change – Students (P2C-Students) achieve its vision by assisting with a variety of projects. You will help advance the mission of P2C-Students as the need for creatively and beautifully designed materials is great.

Primary Objectives

  • Help Creative Communications meet strategic goals and deadlines through the timely production of graphic design materials
  • Many Creative Communications team projects carry graphic design requirement including, but not limited to: print materials, imagery for websites and social media, etc
  • Other duties as assigned
Skills
  • Able to identify and have a good understanding of how to design material that appeals to a variety of audiences: ex. university students, staff, ministry alumni, donors, etc
  • Proficient in Adobe Creative Suite, specifically: InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop
  • Familiarity with web design an asset
  • Can work well in a team and coordinate with other interested parties
  • Be able to positively receive feedback and take direction

 Education and Experience

  • University Degree or Job-related Education
  • Experience in graphic design work
  • Experience and involvement with Power to Change an asset

Other Requirements

A growing, personal relationship with Jesus Christ and a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the P2C Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith and abide by the biblical principles outlined in these documents.

Funding

This position requires Ministry Partner Development. The successful candidate will have the privilege to build a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for the ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical and God will provide everything necessary to fulfill the calling into ministry: finances, emotional strength and perseverance. Building a ministry partnership team is an integral part of being in ministry. There are many opportunities to bless and encourage the partnership team. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

APPLY HERE

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change. In order to make the best use of your time and ours, only applicants who closely match our requirements will be contacted directly. Candidates who are selected will be required to complete a vulnerable sector check.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

Position Type: Full-time
Location: Guelph, ON (recommended, but not limited to)
Reports to: Development and External Communications Director
Funding: Ministry Partner Development

Ministry Overview

Power to Change (P2C) is an organization that seeks to collectively as well as individually, spread the gospel of Jesus Christ through movements of evangelism and discipleship.

Power to Change – Students (P2C-Students) longs for a day when no student graduates without engaging in the life-transforming message of Jesus. We change the world by helping students discover Jesus and equipping them for a lifetime of ministry. We invite you to join us in this task and watch how Jesus changes everything.

Position Overview

The position of will help to increase capacity of the P2C-Students ministry by coordinating conference and special event strategies which train and serve Canadians students and provide financial resources. This position will take the lead on a variety of administrative responsibilities related to the special events. The two main events currently in place are P2C+ Conference and national Fellowship Dinners (10+). This role will focus on these events but will also assist the Creative Communications team with other events and special projects.

Primary Objectives

Under the leadership of the special events director and alongside the team, the Special Event Administrator will achieve the following objectives:

  • Programming – working to developing themes and schedules for conferences and events which serve to encourage and equip students as they seek to be growing, ministering and mobilizing disciples
  • Organization – effectively coordinating and delegating the priorities and tasks necessary to plan and execute conferences and events
  • Marketing – promoting conferences and events directly to staff and ministry leaders, as well as innovatively through social media platforms, email and other mediums
  • Registration – managing registration systems and coordinating communication with conference/event participants
Skills
  • Ability to organize and plan effectively and within timelines
  • Ability to arrange and facilitate the collaborative works of a team
  • Cursory knowledge of Google Docs
  • Ability to communicate effectively and efficiently with coworkers and others
  • Can work well with a team and collaborate with others

 Education and Experience

  • Post-secondary degree
  • Experience in the field of event planning

Other Requirements

A growing, personal relationship with Jesus Christ and a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the P2C Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith and abide by the biblical principles outlined in these documents.

Funding

This position requires Ministry Partner Development. The successful candidate will have the privilege to build a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for the ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical and God will provide everything necessary to fulfill the calling into ministry: finances, emotional strength and perseverance. Building a ministry partnership team is an integral part of being in ministry. There are many opportunities to bless and encourage the partnership team. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

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We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change. In order to make the best use of your time and ours, only applicants who closely match our requirements will be contacted directly. Candidates who are selected will be required to complete a vulnerable sector check.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

Priority Positions: Campus Staff

Position Type: Full-Time Permanent
Job Region/Location: Montreal English-speaking Quebec Campuses
Reporting Relationship: Team Leader of Campus
Working Conditions: Various
Funding: Ministry Partner Development

Ministry Overview

Power to Change (P2C) seeks to help people know Jesus and experience His power to change the world.

Power to Change – Students (P2C-Students) longs for a day when no student graduates without engaging in the life-transforming message of Jesus. We change the world by helping students discover Jesus and equipping them for a lifetime of ministry. We invite you to join us in this task and watch how Jesus changes everything.

Position Overview

As a Campus Field Staff with Power to Change you will focus on building movements of evangelism and discipleship on local campuses through students. As a part of a local team you will build deep relationships with students so that students can discover Jesus, experience the power of the Holy Spirit and learn to inspire others to live Great Commission lives. We are in need of female staff in Calgary, McMaster and the UofS. All of these cities have thriving women’s ministries, but no current FT female staff.

Purpose: To serve Power to Change – Students in accomplishing its vision of building ministries of evangelism and discipleship by being a faithful, fruitful, and growing member of your team in the local area assigned.

Primary Outcomes

This position will be held to the following outcomes:

  1. Live out our kingdom objectives with your team (face to face ministry) – 55%
  • Create opportunities for engagement with students while believing God for great things
  • Mobilize students to be Christ Centered Labourers growing in Christ-like character
  • Develop students to be able to mobilize others spiritually and prepare them for a lifetime of ministry
  • Be active in sharing your faith
  1. Plan and prepare for effective ministry – 25%
  • Participate in Staff meetings and trainings
  • Plan well for discipleship and leadership opportunities
  • Work toward your position focus and Personal Development plan including your assigned area of training
  1. Line up resources – 10%
  • Be a part of the plan for the recruitment of labourers in your area
  • Build the necessary habits to cultivate solid funding for your life and ministry needs
  • Understand and pursue an annual plan for cultivating your Ministry Partner Team
  1. Participate in National Priorities – 10%
  • Actively participate in the preparation and execution of national and regional events such as Summit, P2C+, Fellowship Dinner and Summer Mission Trips or other assignments (see summer project policy for specifics).
  • Be diligent in entering measurements so that we can lead with information

Other Expected Results

  • Track with every new believer to help them finish follow up and/or be integrated into a local church
  • With your Team Leader or trainer, determine where you will focus your ministry
  • Complete any assigned Staff Training and have a plan for training and development
  • Maintain MPD health according to policy guidelines

Relationships

  1. Relationship with God (Grow in faith and love for the Lord)
  • Regularly practice partnership with the Spirit
  • Develop a healthy, regular intake of Scripture and a habit of prayer
  • Once a month, set aside a day with the Lord – for prayer, reflection, study and spiritual renewal
  1. Relationship with Yourself (Grow as a person and a leader)
  • Work with your Team Leader to develop in the areas needed for growth
  • Give adequate attention to my priority relationships outside of work
  • Make a personal development plan and share it with your Team Leader and mentor
  1. Relationship with Others (Grow in love for others)
  • Contribute to making my team a safe, loving place where we can process life together & experience ministry together
  • Consistently demonstrate grace and truth to my team
  • Understand and value the diverse gifts of the body of Christ represented within my team
  • Serve my team and respectfully follow my leaders
  • Continue to grow in compassion and understanding of my ministry audience

Works closely with:

  1. Reports to Team Leader for ministry direction, development and shepherding
  2. The local team team which could consist of other team members, New Staff, Interns, and student leaders
  3. A mentor on staff who you make yourself known to.

Education & Experience

  • University degree or equivalent

Required Skills & Abilities

  • You are a self-starter and faithful with responsibilities
  • You are committed to personal, relational and spiritual growth
  • You are able to manage multiple relationships and tasks simultaneously
  • You are committed to evangelism and prayer
  • You value working on a team and to take direction
  • Commitment to Power to Change’s leadership, methods and ministry models

Other Requirements

A growing, personal relationship with Jesus Christ and a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the P2C Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith and abide by the biblical principles outlined in these documents.

This position requires Ministry Partner Development. The successful candidate will have the privilege to build a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for the ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical and God will provide everything necessary to fulfill the calling into ministry: finances, emotional strength and perseverance. Building a ministry partnership team is an integral part of being in ministry. There are many opportunities to bless and encourage the partnership team. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

Application Process

If you are currently on staff with P2C, please fill out and submit the internal transfer request.

If you are an external candidate:

Start the Conversation

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change. However, only suitable candidates will be contacted to continue the application process. Candidates who are selected will be required to complete a vulnerable sector check.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

Position Type: Full-Time Permanent
Job Region/Location: Calgary, Alberta
Reporting Relationship: Team Leader of Campus
Working Conditions: Various
Funding: Ministry Partner Development

Ministry Overview

Power to Change (P2C) seeks to help people know Jesus and experience His power to change the world.

Power to Change – Students (P2C-Students) longs for a day when no student graduates without engaging in the life-transforming message of Jesus. We change the world by helping students discover Jesus and equipping them for a lifetime of ministry. We invite you to join us in this task and watch how Jesus changes everything.

Position Overview

As a Campus Field Staff with Power to Change you will focus on building movements of evangelism and discipleship on local campuses through students. As a part of a local team you will build deep relationships with students so that students can discover Jesus, experience the power of the Holy Spirit and learn to inspire others to live Great Commission lives. We are in need of female staff in Calgary, McMaster and the UofS. All of these cities have thriving women’s ministries, but no current FT female staff.

Purpose: To serve Power to Change – Students in accomplishing its vision of building ministries of evangelism and discipleship by being a faithful, fruitful, and growing member of your team in the local area assigned.

Primary Outcomes

This position will be held to the following outcomes:

  1. Live out our kingdom objectives with your team (face to face ministry) – 55%
  • Create opportunities for engagement with students while believing God for great things
  • Mobilize students to be Christ Centered Labourers growing in Christ-like character
  • Develop students to be able to mobilize others spiritually and prepare them for a lifetime of ministry
  • Be active in sharing your faith
  1. Plan and prepare for effective ministry – 25%
  • Participate in Staff meetings and trainings
  • Plan well for discipleship and leadership opportunities
  • Work toward your position focus and Personal Development plan including your assigned area of training
  1. Line up resources – 10%
  • Be a part of the plan for the recruitment of labourers in your area
  • Build the necessary habits to cultivate solid funding for your life and ministry needs
  • Understand and pursue an annual plan for cultivating your Ministry Partner Team
  1. Participate in National Priorities – 10%
  • Actively participate in the preparation and execution of national and regional events such as Summit, P2C+, Fellowship Dinner and Summer Mission Trips or other assignments (see summer project policy for specifics).
  • Be diligent in entering measurements so that we can lead with information

Other Expected Results

  • Track with every new believer to help them finish follow up and/or be integrated into a local church
  • With your Team Leader or trainer, determine where you will focus your ministry
  • Complete any assigned Staff Training and have a plan for training and development
  • Maintain MPD health according to policy guidelines

Relationships

  1. Relationship with God (Grow in faith and love for the Lord)
  • Regularly practice partnership with the Spirit
  • Develop a healthy, regular intake of Scripture and a habit of prayer
  • Once a month, set aside a day with the Lord – for prayer, reflection, study and spiritual renewal
  1. Relationship with Yourself (Grow as a person and a leader)
  • Work with your Team Leader to develop in the areas needed for growth
  • Give adequate attention to my priority relationships outside of work
  • Make a personal development plan and share it with your Team Leader and mentor
  1. Relationship with Others (Grow in love for others)
  • Contribute to making my team a safe, loving place where we can process life together & experience ministry together
  • Consistently demonstrate grace and truth to my team
  • Understand and value the diverse gifts of the body of Christ represented within my team
  • Serve my team and respectfully follow my leaders
  • Continue to grow in compassion and understanding of my ministry audience

Works closely with:

  1. Reports to Team Leader for ministry direction, development and shepherding
  2. The local team team which could consist of other team members, New Staff, Interns, and student leaders
  3. A mentor on staff who you make yourself known to.

Education & Experience

  • University degree or equivalent

Required Skills & Abilities

  • You are a self-starter and faithful with responsibilities
  • You are committed to personal, relational and spiritual growth
  • You are able to manage multiple relationships and tasks simultaneously
  • You are committed to evangelism and prayer
  • You value working on a team and to take direction
  • Commitment to Power to Change’s leadership, methods and ministry models

Other Requirements

A growing, personal relationship with Jesus Christ and a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the P2C Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith and abide by the biblical principles outlined in these documents.

This position requires Ministry Partner Development. The successful candidate will have the privilege to build a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for the ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical and God will provide everything necessary to fulfill the calling into ministry: finances, emotional strength and perseverance. Building a ministry partnership team is an integral part of being in ministry. There are many opportunities to bless and encourage the partnership team. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

Application Process

If you are currently on staff with P2C, please fill out and submit the internal transfer request.

If you are an external candidate:

Start the Conversation

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change. However, only suitable candidates will be contacted to continue the application process. Candidates who are selected will be required to complete a vulnerable sector check.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

Position Type: Full-Time Permanent
Job Region/Location: Toronto, Ontario
Reporting Relationship: Team Leader of Campus
Working Conditions: Various
Funding: Ministry Partner Development

Ministry Overview

Power to Change (P2C) seeks to help people know Jesus and experience His power to change the world.

Power to Change – Students (P2C-Students) longs for a day when no student graduates without engaging in the life-transforming message of Jesus. We change the world by helping students discover Jesus and equipping them for a lifetime of ministry. We invite you to join us in this task and watch how Jesus changes everything.

Position Overview

As a Campus Field Staff with Power to Change you will focus on building movements of evangelism and discipleship on local campuses through students. As a part of a local team you will build deep relationships with students so that students can discover Jesus, experience the power of the Holy Spirit and learn to inspire others to live Great Commission lives. We are in need of female staff in Calgary, McMaster and the UofS. All of these cities have thriving women’s ministries, but no current FT female staff.

Purpose: To serve Power to Change – Students in accomplishing its vision of building ministries of evangelism and discipleship by being a faithful, fruitful, and growing member of your team in the local area assigned.

Primary Outcomes

This position will be held to the following outcomes:

  1. Live out our kingdom objectives with your team (face to face ministry) – 55%
  • Create opportunities for engagement with students while believing God for great things
  • Mobilize students to be Christ Centered Labourers growing in Christ-like character
  • Develop students to be able to mobilize others spiritually and prepare them for a lifetime of ministry
  • Be active in sharing your faith
  1. Plan and prepare for effective ministry – 25%
  • Participate in Staff meetings and trainings
  • Plan well for discipleship and leadership opportunities
  • Work toward your position focus and Personal Development plan including your assigned area of training
  1. Line up resources – 10%
  • Be a part of the plan for the recruitment of labourers in your area
  • Build the necessary habits to cultivate solid funding for your life and ministry needs
  • Understand and pursue an annual plan for cultivating your Ministry Partner Team
  1. Participate in National Priorities – 10%
  • Actively participate in the preparation and execution of national and regional events such as Summit, P2C+, Fellowship Dinner and Summer Mission Trips or other assignments (see summer project policy for specifics).
  • Be diligent in entering measurements so that we can lead with information

Other Expected Results

  • Track with every new believer to help them finish follow up and/or be integrated into a local church
  • With your Team Leader or trainer, determine where you will focus your ministry
  • Complete any assigned Staff Training and have a plan for training and development
  • Maintain MPD health according to policy guidelines

Relationships

  1. Relationship with God (Grow in faith and love for the Lord)
  • Regularly practice partnership with the Spirit
  • Develop a healthy, regular intake of Scripture and a habit of prayer
  • Once a month, set aside a day with the Lord – for prayer, reflection, study and spiritual renewal
  1. Relationship with Yourself (Grow as a person and a leader)
  • Work with your Team Leader to develop in the areas needed for growth
  • Give adequate attention to my priority relationships outside of work
  • Make a personal development plan and share it with your Team Leader and mentor
  1. Relationship with Others (Grow in love for others)
  • Contribute to making my team a safe, loving place where we can process life together & experience ministry together
  • Consistently demonstrate grace and truth to my team
  • Understand and value the diverse gifts of the body of Christ represented within my team
  • Serve my team and respectfully follow my leaders
  • Continue to grow in compassion and understanding of my ministry audience

Works closely with:

  1. Reports to Team Leader for ministry direction, development and shepherding
  2. The local team team which could consist of other team members, New Staff, Interns, and student leaders
  3. A mentor on staff who you make yourself known to.

Education & Experience

  • University degree or equivalent

Required Skills & Abilities

  • You are a self-starter and faithful with responsibilities
  • You are committed to personal, relational and spiritual growth
  • You are able to manage multiple relationships and tasks simultaneously
  • You are committed to evangelism and prayer
  • You value working on a team and to take direction
  • Commitment to Power to Change’s leadership, methods and ministry models

Other Requirements

A growing, personal relationship with Jesus Christ and a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the P2C Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith and abide by the biblical principles outlined in these documents.

This position requires Ministry Partner Development. The successful candidate will have the privilege to build a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for the ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical and God will provide everything necessary to fulfill the calling into ministry: finances, emotional strength and perseverance. Building a ministry partnership team is an integral part of being in ministry. There are many opportunities to bless and encourage the partnership team. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

Application Process

If you are currently on staff with P2C, please fill out and submit the internal transfer request.

If you are an external candidate:

Start the Conversation

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change. However, only suitable candidates will be contacted to continue the application process. Candidates who are selected will be required to complete a vulnerable sector check.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

Position Type: Full-Time Permanent
Job Region/Location: Waterloo, Ontario
Reporting Relationship: Team Leader of Campus
Working Conditions: Various
Funding: Ministry Partner Development

Ministry Overview

Power to Change (P2C) seeks to help people know Jesus and experience His power to change the world.

Power to Change – Students (P2C-Students) longs for a day when no student graduates without engaging in the life-transforming message of Jesus. We change the world by helping students discover Jesus and equipping them for a lifetime of ministry. We invite you to join us in this task and watch how Jesus changes everything.

Position Overview

As a Campus Field Staff with Power to Change you will focus on building movements of evangelism and discipleship on local campuses through students. As a part of a local team you will build deep relationships with students so that students can discover Jesus, experience the power of the Holy Spirit and learn to inspire others to live Great Commission lives. We are in need of female staff in Calgary, McMaster and the UofS. All of these cities have thriving women’s ministries, but no current FT female staff.

Purpose: To serve Power to Change – Students in accomplishing its vision of building ministries of evangelism and discipleship by being a faithful, fruitful, and growing member of your team in the local area assigned.

Primary Outcomes

This position will be held to the following outcomes:

  1. Live out our kingdom objectives with your team (face to face ministry) – 55%
  • Create opportunities for engagement with students while believing God for great things
  • Mobilize students to be Christ Centered Labourers growing in Christ-like character
  • Develop students to be able to mobilize others spiritually and prepare them for a lifetime of ministry
  • Be active in sharing your faith
  1. Plan and prepare for effective ministry – 25%
  • Participate in Staff meetings and trainings
  • Plan well for discipleship and leadership opportunities
  • Work toward your position focus and Personal Development plan including your assigned area of training
  1. Line up resources – 10%
  • Be a part of the plan for the recruitment of labourers in your area
  • Build the necessary habits to cultivate solid funding for your life and ministry needs
  • Understand and pursue an annual plan for cultivating your Ministry Partner Team
  1. Participate in National Priorities – 10%
  • Actively participate in the preparation and execution of national and regional events such as Summit, P2C+, Fellowship Dinner and Summer Mission Trips or other assignments (see summer project policy for specifics).
  • Be diligent in entering measurements so that we can lead with information

Other Expected Results

  • Track with every new believer to help them finish follow up and/or be integrated into a local church
  • With your Team Leader or trainer, determine where you will focus your ministry
  • Complete any assigned Staff Training and have a plan for training and development
  • Maintain MPD health according to policy guidelines

Relationships

  1. Relationship with God (Grow in faith and love for the Lord)
  • Regularly practice partnership with the Spirit
  • Develop a healthy, regular intake of Scripture and a habit of prayer
  • Once a month, set aside a day with the Lord – for prayer, reflection, study and spiritual renewal
  1. Relationship with Yourself (Grow as a person and a leader)
  • Work with your Team Leader to develop in the areas needed for growth
  • Give adequate attention to my priority relationships outside of work
  • Make a personal development plan and share it with your Team Leader and mentor
  1. Relationship with Others (Grow in love for others)
  • Contribute to making my team a safe, loving place where we can process life together & experience ministry together
  • Consistently demonstrate grace and truth to my team
  • Understand and value the diverse gifts of the body of Christ represented within my team
  • Serve my team and respectfully follow my leaders
  • Continue to grow in compassion and understanding of my ministry audience

Works closely with:

  1. Reports to Team Leader for ministry direction, development and shepherding
  2. The local team team which could consist of other team members, New Staff, Interns, and student leaders
  3. A mentor on staff who you make yourself known to.

Education & Experience

  • University degree or equivalent

Required Skills & Abilities

  • You are a self-starter and faithful with responsibilities
  • You are committed to personal, relational and spiritual growth
  • You are able to manage multiple relationships and tasks simultaneously
  • You are committed to evangelism and prayer
  • You value working on a team and to take direction
  • Commitment to Power to Change’s leadership, methods and ministry models

Other Requirements

A growing, personal relationship with Jesus Christ and a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the P2C Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith and abide by the biblical principles outlined in these documents.

This position requires Ministry Partner Development. The successful candidate will have the privilege to build a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for the ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical and God will provide everything necessary to fulfill the calling into ministry: finances, emotional strength and perseverance. Building a ministry partnership team is an integral part of being in ministry. There are many opportunities to bless and encourage the partnership team. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

Application Process

If you are currently on staff with P2C, please fill out and submit the internal transfer request.

If you are an external candidate:

Start the Conversation

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change. However, only suitable candidates will be contacted to continue the application process. Candidates who are selected will be required to complete a vulnerable sector check.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

Other opportunities

Position Type: Full-Time Permanent
Job Region/Location: Guelph Office (Ontario) – preferred
Reporting Relationship: National Director of Global Missions
Working Conditions: Office
Funding: Ministry Partner Development

Ministry Overview

Power to Change (P2C) seeks to help people know Jesus and experience His power to change the world.

Power to Change – Students (P2C-Students) longs for a day when no student graduates without engaging in the life-transforming message of Jesus. We change the world by helping students discover Jesus and equipping them for a lifetime of ministry. We invite you to join us in this task and watch how Jesus changes everything.

Position Overview

The position of Global Missions Event Designer is responsible for the design and execution of various Global Missions events design to mobilize and inspire students to get involved in what God is doing in Canada and around the world.

Primary Outcomes
This role will be held accountable to achieving the following outcomes:

Event Designer

  • Designing and Executing Mission Trip Director Training (Week after Thanksgiving)
    • Work with Global Missions Director on developing schedule related to desired outcomes
    • Communicate with Guelph Bible Conference Centre on any needs (housing, meals, A/V, breakout rooms, etc)
    • Managing any related finances (ex: reimbursements, location deposits, etc)
    • Liaison with various speakers
    • Communicate with attendees
  • Designing and Helping Execute STINT Re-Entry Retreat (November)
    • Work with STINT Care Coordinators on managing the logistics of the Re-Entry Retreat (booking location, communication with returning STINTers, etc)
    • Help manage related finances (ex: reimbursements, location deposits, etc)
  • Designing and Helping Execute P2C PLUS Recruitment Events (December)
    • Work with Global Missions Director on designing engaging, inspiring, and creative recruitment sessions during P2C PLUS including STINT Lunches and any Mission Trip Info sessions
    • Communicate with P2C PLUS team on logistics and needs (rooms, food, A/V, design)
    • Liaison with various speakers
  • Designing and Helping Execute Summer Missions Launch (May)
    • Work with Global Missions Director on designing engaging, inspiring, and creative Summer Missions Launch Experience
    • Work with others to coordinate housing, transportation from and to YYZ, etc
    • Communicate with location regarding needs (housing, meals, A/V, breakout rooms, etc)
    • Communicate with Mission Trip Directors and teams regarding logistics (arrival times, check out, etc)
    • Manage any related finances (ex: budgets, reimbursements, etc)
    • Liaison with Speakers and those involved in various areas (ex: fun times, registration, etc) of SML

Operations

  • Mission Trip Application Processing (light in October, heavy through January)
    • Train Mission Trip application processors
    • Ensure that completed applications are delegated and processed within an approximate two week time frame
  • Mission Trip Budget Management
    • Work with Project Services to help Mission Trip Directors manage and execute on Mission Trip budgets
  • Mission Trip Student MPD Support
    • Help give support to Mission Trip teams where needed in the area of coaching students in MPD
    • Track with certain students in their MPD journey

Education & Experience

  • Experience executing plans on an organizationally-wide scale

Required Skills & Abilities

  • An ability to effectively manage budgets and finances
  • An ability to execute on plans
  • An ability to work collaboratively across various groups of people
  • An ability to delegate, lead, and manage events on site

Other Requirements

A growing, personal relationship with Jesus Christ and a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the P2C Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith and abide by the biblical principles outlined in these documents.

This position requires Ministry Partner Development. The successful candidate will have the privilege to build a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for the ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical and God will provide everything necessary to fulfill the calling into ministry: finances, emotional strength and perseverance. Building a ministry partnership team is an integral part of being in ministry. There are many opportunities to bless and encourage the partnership team. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

Application Process

If you are currently on staff with P2C, please fill out and submit the internal transfer request.

If you are an external candidate:

Start the Conversation

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change. However, only suitable candidates will be contacted to continue the application process. Candidates who are selected will be required to complete a vulnerable sector check.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

Position Type: Full-Time Permanent
Job Region/Location: Guelph Office (Ontario) – preferred
Reporting Relationship: National Creative Communications Director
Working Conditions: Office
Funding: Ministry Partner Development

Ministry Overview

Power to Change (P2C) seeks to help people know Jesus and experience His power to change the world.

Power to Change – Students (P2C-Students) longs for a day when no student graduates without engaging in the life-transforming message of Jesus. We change the world by helping students discover Jesus and equipping them for a lifetime of ministry. We invite you to join us in this task and watch how Jesus changes everything.

Position Overview

As a Content Creator and Writer, you will help P2C-Students produce content and communications that inspire, resource and inform students, staff, volunteers, donors and the public. Through creative thoughts, writing and campaign development, you will develop content designed to help students wrestle with gospel concepts and how they apply to life, grow in their love for Jesus, and deepen their faith journey with Him.

You will serve as part of the broader Creative Communications team that helps increase the impact of P2C-Students by shaping culture, producing innovative resources and experiences to help young adults discover Jesus and be equipped for a lifetime of ministry.

Primary Outcomes
This role will be held accountable to achieving the following outcomes:

Production of creative content and written materials

  • Alongside the Creative Communications team, the staff member is writing original, creative content for a variety of communication platforms and initiatives including – but not limited to – video scripts, blog articles, newsletters, special events content and advertisements, social media posts, and ministry resources for evangelism and discipleship.
  • Written material and content for donor reports, internal communications, conferences, etc are being completed with excellence and on time.
  • The Creative Communications team is able to produce relevant content for its various audiences, inviting people to participate in the ministry’s mission.
  • The Creative Communications team’s need for editing and proofreading are being met effectively and accurately

Strategy Planning & Campaign Creation

  • The staff member is participating in strategy development and campaign design for Creative Communications projects, as needed, to help the team advance in its strategic initiatives.
  • The Creative Communications team is effective at creating resources, tools, and social media campaigns that minister to today’s students connecting the themes of the gospel to the issues of the day.
  • Creative and innovative ways of providing content to the audiences of Creative Communications are being explored and tested.

Spiritual Growth and Leadership Development

  • The staff member is growing as a leader who is Christ-like in character and full of faith
  • The staff member is pursuing excellence in their responsibilities
  • The staff member has a growing relationship with Jesus

This position also requires Ministry Partner Development where the successful candidate will be required to build a team which provides financial and prayer support for salary and ministry expenses including benefits coverage.

Education & Experience

  • University degree or equivalent. Focus in English, Communications, Journalism or related field is valuable.
  • Experience in writing and developing creative content preferred

Required Skills & Abilities

  • Highly developed communication skills, both oral and written (English), including the ability to write in and adapt to various writing styles and formats
  • Exhibits a detailed knowledge of grammar, spelling, and style
  • Thrive under tight deadlines and be able to develop communications on demand
  • Strong interpersonal skills and enjoy working with staff at all levels in the organization, independently or in a team environment
  • Convert complex information into commonly used language, easily understood by a general audience
  • Ability to shape writing style to meet the needs of specific audiences
  • Committed to evangelism, prayer and gospel-centered communication
  • Enjoy working in a team
  • Be able to positively receive feedback and take direction

Other Requirements

A growing, personal relationship with Jesus Christ and a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the P2C Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith and abide by the biblical principles outlined in these documents.

This position requires Ministry Partner Development. The successful candidate will have the privilege to build a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for the ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical and God will provide everything necessary to fulfill the calling into ministry: finances, emotional strength and perseverance. Building a ministry partnership team is an integral part of being in ministry. There are many opportunities to bless and encourage the partnership team. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

Application Process

If you are currently on staff with P2C, please fill out and submit the internal transfer request.

If you are an external candidate:

Start the Conversation

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change. However, only suitable candidates will be contacted to continue the application process. Candidates who are selected will be required to complete a vulnerable sector check.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

Position Type: Full-Time Permanent
Job Region/Location: Montreal, Quebec
Reporting Relationship: National Quebec Director, P2C Students
Working Conditions: Office
Funding: Ministry Partner Development

Ministry Overview

Power to Change (P2C) seeks to help people know Jesus and experience His power to change the world.

Power to Change – Students (P2C-Students) longs for a day when no student graduates without engaging in the life-transforming message of Jesus. We change the world by helping students discover Jesus and equipping them for a lifetime of ministry. We invite you to join us in this task and watch how Jesus changes everything.

Position Overview

The position of Quebec Administrator & Conference Strategies Coordinator will help to increase capacity of the francophone ministry in Quebec in two areas:

  • coordinating conference strategies (Convergence) which train and serve the francophone students and youth of Quebec.  
  • handling administrative responsibilities for the National Quebec Director and the francophone ministry in Quebec
Primary Outcomes
This role will be held accountable to achieving the following outcomes:
  • Conference Strategies Coordination (2-3 events per year)
    • Programming – developing themes and schedules for conferences which serve to encourage and equip students as they seek to be growing, ministering and mobilizing disciples
    • Organization – effectively coordinating and delegating the priorities and tasks necessary to plan and execute conferences
    • Marketing – promoting the conferences directly to staff and ministry leaders, as well as innovatively through social media platforms
    • Registration – managing the registration systems and coordinating communication with conference participants
  • Quebec Administrative Needs
    • Donations – involves processing donations and coordinating communication with ministry partners
    • Resources – maintaining inventory and coordinating deployment of ministry resources, both physical and electronic
    • Administrative assistant – providing administrative support to the National Quebec Director

Education & Experience

  • Familiarity with francophone ministry in Quebec
  • Planning of medium sized events (100+ attendees)
  • Marketing through social media

Required Skills & Abilities

  • Fluency in English & French
  • Efficient: product significant output with minimal wasted effort
  • Organization and Planning: focuses on key priorities and effectively coordinate the tasks of a project to bring it to completion
  • Attention to Detail: catch the important details
  • Enthusiasm: passion and excitement for mission and work
  • Collaborative: beyond being a good team player, reaches out to other ministries and departments to work on solutions
  • Communication: speaks and writes clearly; ability to understand what others are saying
  • Good listener: Ability to be attentive in order to understand someone’s situation and build trust.

Other Requirements

A growing, personal relationship with Jesus Christ and a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the P2C Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith and abide by the biblical principles outlined in these documents.

This position requires Ministry Partner Development. The successful candidate will have the privilege to build a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for the ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical and God will provide everything necessary to fulfill the calling into ministry: finances, emotional strength and perseverance. Building a ministry partnership team is an integral part of being in ministry. There are many opportunities to bless and encourage the partnership team. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

Application Process

If you are currently on staff with P2C, please fill out and submit the internal transfer request.

If you are an external candidate:

Start the Conversation

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change. However, only suitable candidates will be contacted to continue the application process. Candidates who are selected will be required to complete a vulnerable sector check.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

Position Type: Full-time or Part-time
Location:  Guelph, ON office (or availability to attend semi-regular meetings at the Guelph office)
Reports to: Creative Communications Director
Funding: Ministry Partner Development

Ministry Overview

Power to Change (P2C) seeks to help people know Jesus and experience

Power to Change – Students (P2C-Students) longs for a day when no student graduates without engaging in the life-transforming message of Jesus. We change the world by helping students discover Jesus and equipping them for a lifetime of ministry. We invite you to join us in this task and watch how Jesus changes everything.

Position Overview

This role will play an integral part in the creation and development of small group curriculum and resources that will engage and equip students across Canada.

You will serve as part of the broader Creative Communications team that helps increase the impact of P2C-Students by shaping culture, producing innovative resources and experiences to help young adults discover Jesus and be equipped for a lifetime of ministry.

Responsibilities

  • Through implementing feedback processes, there is a clear direction for the future direction of the small group resources.
  • With direction from the Director of Creative Communications, small group resources are written and produced in a creative and engaging way.
  • The small group resources are kept up-to-date as culture changes to ensure that resources are communicated in a way that speaks to the culture students are in.
  • Actively participate and engage with the Creative Communications team in prayer times and meetings.
Education & Experience
  • Experience in Student ministry an asset
  • Post-secondary Biblical studies preferred

Requirements

  • Highly developed communication skills, both oral and written (English), including the ability to write in and adapt to various writing styles and formats
  • Exhibits a detailed knowledge of grammar, spelling, and style
  • Passion to continue to learn on how to effectively engage with different groups of people
  • Thrive under tight deadlines and be able to develop communications on demand
  • Organizational skills
  • Strong interpersonal skills and enjoy working with staff at all levels in the organization, independently or in a team environment
  • Committed to evangelism, prayer and gospel-centered communication
  • Enjoy working in a team
  • Be able to positively receive feedback and take direction

Other Requirements:

A growing, personal relationship with Jesus Christ and a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the P2C Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith and abide by the biblical principles outlined in these documents.

Funding

This position requires Ministry Partner Development. The successful candidate will have the privilege to build a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for the ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical and God will provide everything necessary to fulfill the calling into ministry: finances, emotional strength and perseverance. Building a ministry partnership team is an integral part of being in ministry. There are many opportunities to bless and encourage the partnership team. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

APPLY HERE

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change. In order to make the best use of your time and ours, only applicants who closely match our requirements will be contacted directly. Candidates who are selected will be required to complete a vulnerable sector check.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

Position Type: Full-time
Location:  Guelph, ON preferred
Reports to: Creative Communications Director
Funding: Ministry Partner Development

Ministry Overview

Power to Change (P2C) is an organization that seeks to collectively as well as individually, spread the gospel of Jesus Christ through movements of evangelism and discipleship.

Power to Change – Students (P2C-Students) longs for a day when no student graduates without engaging in the life-transforming message of Jesus. We change the world by helping students discover Jesus and equipping them for a lifetime of ministry. We invite you to join us in this task and watch how Jesus changes everything.

Position Overview

As a communications specialist, you will help Power to Change – Students (P2C-Students) achieve its vision by contributing your creative and leadership skills to a variety of initiatives.

Primary Outcomes

  • Engaging others with Gospel themes through your creative skills in digital and printed communications including, but not limited to: videography, photography, graphic design, writing, computer programming, fine art and other creative outlets
  • Achieving Creative Communications’ goals through involvement in projects including, but not limited to: Marketing, Branding, Internal Communications, Fundraising & Donor Communications, Conferences, Digital & Printed Content, Social Media, Video and more
  • Helping to manage resources to enable the projects of Creative Communications that contribute to our vision and goals
  • Working on administrative and behind the scenes tasks that contribute to the execution and delivery of various projects
  • Working alongside other staff and volunteers at events, both in advance and on site
  • Other duties as assigned

Skills

  • Able to identify and have a good understanding of how to engage: university student, staff, alumni, donor and other audiences
  • Can work well in a team and coordinate with other interested parties

Education and Experience

  • Job-related university degree or other education
  • Experience in creative projects, leadership, marketing and administration
  • Experience and involvement with P2C – S an asset

Other Requirements

A growing, personal relationship with Jesus Christ and a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the P2C Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith and abide by the biblical principles outlined in these documents.

Funding

This position requires Ministry Partner Development. The successful candidate will have the privilege to build a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for the ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical and God will provide everything necessary to fulfill the calling into ministry: finances, emotional strength and perseverance. Building a ministry partnership team is an integral part of being in ministry. There are many opportunities to bless and encourage the partnership team. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

APPLY HERE

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change. In order to make the best use of your time and ours, only applicants who closely match our requirements will be contacted directly. Candidates who are selected will be required to complete a vulnerable sector check.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

Position Type: Full-time
Location: Guelph, ON
Reports to: Video Team Leader
Funding: Ministry Partner Development

Ministry Overview

Power to Change (P2C) is an organization that seeks to collectively as well as individually, spread the gospel of Jesus Christ through movements of evangelism and discipleship.

Power to Change – Students (P2C-Students) longs for a day when no student graduates without engaging in the life-transforming message of Jesus. We change the world by helping students discover Jesus and equipping them for a lifetime of ministry. We invite you to join us in this task and watch how Jesus changes everything.

Position Overview

As a Video Producer, you will help Power to Change – Students (P2C-Students) achieve its vision by producing videos for varied ministry initiatives.

Primary Outcomes

  • Stimulates increased engagement by organizing video projects and managing video, audio and script components that fit within the ministry’s goals and deadlines (this does not necessarily require being involved in the production process)
  • Producing engaging stories by bringing video concepts to completion
  • Producing excellent video to further the goals of P2C-S by recruiting and managing: directors, lighting technicians, set designers and actors
  • Working alongside other staff and volunteers at events, both in advance and on site
  • Other duties as assigned

Skills

  • Proficient in bringing video concepts to completion
  • Can work well in a team and coordinate with other interested parties

Education and Experience

  • University Degree or Job-related Education
  • Experience in video production work
  • Experience and involvement with P2C – S preferred

Other Requirements

A growing, personal relationship with Jesus Christ and a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the P2C Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith and abide by the biblical principles outlined in these documents.

Funding
This position requires Ministry Partner Development. The successful candidate will have the privilege to build a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for the ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical and God will provide everything necessary to fulfill the calling into ministry: finances, emotional strength and perseverance. Building a ministry partnership team is an integral part of being in ministry. There are many opportunities to bless and encourage the partnership team. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

APPLY HERE

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change. In order to make the best use of your time and ours, only applicants who closely match our requirements will be contacted directly. Candidates who are selected will be required to complete a vulnerable sector check. 


The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

Position Type: Full-time
Location: Guelph, ON
Reports to: Video Team Leader
Funding: Ministry Partner Development

Ministry Overview

Power to Change (P2C) is an organization that seeks to collectively as well as individually, spread the gospel of Jesus Christ through movements of evangelism and discipleship.

Power to Change – Students (P2C-Students) longs for a day when no student graduates without engaging in the life-transforming message of Jesus. We change the world by helping students discover Jesus and equipping them for a lifetime of ministry. We invite you to join us in this task and watch how Jesus changes everything.

Position Overview

As a Video Team Member, you will help Power to Change – Students (P2C-Students) achieve its vision by assisting with a variety of video initiatives.

Primary Outcomes

  • Stimulates increased engagement by recording and editing video and audio that fit within the ministry’s goals and project deadlines
  • Inserting music, dialogue, and sound effects, arranging scenes into sequences, and correcting errors using editing equipment.
  • Cutting shot sequences to different angles at specific points in scenes, making each individual cut as fluid and seamless as possible.
  • Helping in the production of excellent video to further the goals of P2C-S through directing, lighting, set design and acting
  • Contribute to the writing of engaging stories by creating concepts and writing scripts for video projects
  • Working alongside other staff and volunteers at events, both in advance and on site
  • Other duties as assigned

Skills

  • Able to identify and have a good understanding of how to craft material that connects with various audiences: university students, staff, ministry alumni, donors and others
  • Recording and editing video footage and audio recordings
  • Have knowledge of computer software packages relevant to video production
  • Ability to contribute to creative script conceptualization and script writing
  • Can work well in a team and coordinate with other interested parties
  • Be able to positively receive feedback and take direction

Education and Experience

  • Job-related university degree or other education
  • Knowledge and technical experience in video production including script writing and editing
  • Experience and involvement with Power to Change an asset

Other Requirements

A growing, personal relationship with Jesus Christ and a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the P2C Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith and abide by the biblical principles outlined in these documents.

Funding
This position requires Ministry Partner Development. The successful candidate will have the privilege to build a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for the ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical and God will provide everything necessary to fulfill the calling into ministry: finances, emotional strength and perseverance. Building a ministry partnership team is an integral part of being in ministry. There are many opportunities to bless and encourage the partnership team. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

APPLY HERE

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change. In order to make the best use of your time and ours, only applicants who closely match our requirements will be contacted directly. Candidates who are selected will be required to complete a vulnerable sector check. 


The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

Position Type: Full-time
Location: Guelph, ON
Reports to: National Development & External Communications Director
Funding: Ministry Partner Development

Ministry Overview

Power to Change (P2C) is an organization that seeks to collectively as well as individually, spread the gospel of Jesus Christ through movements of evangelism and discipleship.

Power to Change – Students (P2C-Students) longs for a day when no student graduates without engaging in the life-transforming message of Jesus. We change the world by helping students discover Jesus and equipping them for a lifetime of ministry. We invite you to join us in this task and watch how Jesus changes everything.

Position Overview

As a Marketing Specialist, you will help Power to Change – Students (P2C-Students) achieve its vision by assisting with a variety of marketing initiatives.

Primary Outcomes

  • Stimulates increased engagement by curating content and strategies for print and digital distribution that fit within the ministry’s goals and deadlines
  • Develop and manage brand development and awareness
  • Event and campaign promotion directed towards internal and external audiences, including but not limited to: Conferences, Small Group Resources, donor communications and fundraising.
  • Effectively communicating with specific audiences through market research
  • Engages audiences with written content for marketing initiatives in print or online
  • Facilitates various marketing projects through administrative tasks
  • Working alongside other staff and volunteers at events, both in advance and on site
  • Other duties as assigned
Skills
  • Able to identify and have a good understanding of how to engage: university student, staff, alumni, donor and other audiences
  • Can work well in a team and coordinate with other interested parties
 Education and Experience
  • University Degree or Job-related Education
  • Experience in marketing work
  • Experience and involvement with P2C – S preferred

Other Requirements

A growing, personal relationship with Jesus Christ and a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the P2C Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith and abide by the biblical principles outlined in these documents

Funding

This position requires Ministry Partner Development. The successful candidate will have the privilege to build a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for the ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical and God will provide everything necessary to fulfill the calling into ministry: finances, emotional strength and perseverance. Building a ministry partnership team is an integral part of being in ministry. There are many opportunities to bless and encourage the partnership team. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

APPLY HERE

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change. In order to make the best use of your time and ours, only applicants who closely match our requirements will be contacted directly. Candidates who are selected will be required to complete a vulnerable sector check.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

At the Power to Change – Students office in Guelph, Ontario, the CREATE mission trip team will be working alongside the Creative Communications team in a few key areas that we believe will help students discover Jesus and grow God’s Kingdom in Canada and around the world.  We seek to partner with the Spirit by giving you the opportunity to use your computer, artistic and communication skills to contribute to building God’s Kingdom. To read more about this opportunity, visit CREATE.

Departments: Staffed Campus, Catalytic Campus, International Students Campuses, Agapé Impact Campuses, and Québec Campuses

Job Categories: Evangelism, Discipleship, Leadership, Internship

Position Type: Full-Time, One year: May 1st – April 30th

Job Region/Location: Multiple locations across Canada are available

Reporting Relationship: Reports to local team leader

Working Conditions: Various. To be mobile according to the local campus conditions both inside and outside.

Funding: Ministry Partner Development

Ministry Overview

Power to Change is a family of 11 ministries, all pursuing a common mission: to help people know Jesus and experience his power to change the world. No matter what type of work those involved with P2C do, whether they are staff or volunteers, we understand that our work is to further this overall mission. In accordance with our mission statement to spread the gospel, everyone who applies to be involved will be required to sign and adhere to the Statement of Faith and Code of Conduct.

Position Overview

National Campus Interns, serving with Power to Change – Students, can expect to work at one or multiple universities under a local team leader to accomplish our twofold purpose of P2C-S: helping students discover Jesus and equipping them for a lifetime of ministry. Though day-to-day activities may vary in each local context, ministry stage, and/or strategy, each intern will engage in one-on-one and small group evangelism, discipleship, and teaching. Interns will also have opportunity to receive and participate in ministry skill development, training, leadership, strategy deployment, resource development, conferences, campus outreach, and other missional activities critical to helping students discover Jesus and become life-long labourers for Christ.

Responsibilities:

  1. Live out our kingdom objectives with your team (Face-to-face ministry) – 55%
  • Create opportunities for engagement with students while believing God for great things
  • Mobilize students to be Christ-centered labourers growing in Christ-like character
  • Develop students to be able to multiply themselves spiritually and be able to start new movements anywhere in the world
  • Be active and take the initiative in sharing your faith
  1.  Plan and prepare for effective ministry – 25%
  • Participate in weekly staff meetings and New Staff training
  • Complete any homework and/or training assignments as prescribed by your trainer on time and with excellence
  • Plan well for discipleship and leadership opportunities
  • Understand and complete any administrative tasks related to your position in a timely and professional manner (emails, reimbursements, HR forms, registrations, submitting measurements, etc.)
  • Practice and master any digital and/or physical tools required for your role
  1. Ministry Partner Development & Care – 10%
  • Be a part of the plan for the recruitment of labourers in your area
  • Build and execute the necessary habits to cultivate solid funding for your life and ministry needs
  • Communicate monthly with your ministry partners
  1. Participate in National Priorities – 10%
  • Actively participate in the preparation and execution of national and regional events such as Summit, P2C+, Fellowship Dinner, Mission Trips, and Recruitment

Requirements:

  • A deep, growing personal relationship with Jesus Christ.
  • A passion and commitment to communicate the gospel
  • Demonstrates a growing personal maturity: takes responsibility, faithful, adaptable, teachable, self-motivated, mentally alert, takes initiative
  • Able to communicate a call to ministry
  • Demonstrates a growing knowledge of the Bible
  • Initiates and cultivates relationships, works well on a team
  • Demonstrates growing emotional maturity: an accurate self-perception, appropriately open and transparent, handles stress and pressure, manages emotions
  • Follows through on plans and solves problems

Education & Experience:

  • Graduation from a post-secondary institution
  • Relatable ministry experience

Funding:

Ministry Partner Development (MPD) is the process of building a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for your personal ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical, a privilege and an integral part of being in ministry. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

APPLY HERE

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change. In order to make the best use of your time and ours, only applicants who closely match our requirements will be contacted directly.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

Opportunities: Graphic Design, Video Editing, Writing, Marketing, Social Media, Computer Programming, Event Planning, Photography, Videography, Illustration, Web Development, Editing, Writing, Journalism and more.

Job Categories: Communications, Media, Web, Events, Programming, Internship

Position Type: Full-Time, One year: May 1st – April 30th

Job Region/Location: Guelph, Ontario

Reporting Relationship: Reports to department supervisor, or project manager

Working Conditions: Regular Office Conditions

Funding: Ministry Partner Development

Ministry Overview

Power to Change is a family of 11 ministries, all pursuing a common mission: to help people know Jesus and experience his power to change the world. No matter what type of work those involved with P2C do, whether they are staff or volunteers, we understand that our work is to further this overall mission. In accordance with our mission statement to spread the gospel, everyone who applies to be involved will be required to sign and adhere to the Statement of Faith and Code of Conduct.

Position Overview

A P2C-Students internship provides the opportunity for graduates to test-drive their skills, interests, and calling to ministry while contributing to the day when no student graduates without engaging with the life-changing message of Jesus on every campus in Canada.

National Creative Communications Interns can expect to work within their professional field of choice on commissioned projects, ongoing operational needs, and special interest opportunities to help accomplish our twofold purpose of P2C-S: helping students discover Jesus and equipping them for a lifetime of ministry. Day-to-day activities may include using your your unique skills to contribute to a film project, communication piece, online content, new campus resources, conferences, donor communication, strategy development, and system development. Interns will also have opportunity to receive and participate in ministry skill development, training, leadership, strategy deployment, resource development, conferences, and other missional activities critical to helping students discover Jesus and become life-long labourers for Christ.

Responsibilities:

  1. Live out our kingdom objectives with your team – 60%
  • Passionately, and productively use your skills to complete assignments
  • Develop your skills and explore your interests through both assigned and self-led activities
  • Look for opportunities to serve your team and help others solve problems
  • Be active and take the initiative in sharing your faith as God provides opportunity
  1.  Plan and prepare for effective ministry – 20%
  • Participate in weekly staff meetings, prayer meetings, and New Staff training
  • Complete any homework and/or training assignments as prescribed by your trainer on time and with excellence
  • Understand and complete any administrative tasks related to your position in a timely and professional manner (emails, reimbursements, HR forms, registrations, etc.)
  • Practice and master any digital and/or physical tools required for your role
  1. Ministry Partner Development & Care – 10%
  • Be a part of the plan for the recruitment of labourers in your area
  • Build and execute the necessary habits to cultivate solid funding for your life and ministry needs
  • Communicate monthly with your ministry partners
  1. Participate in National Priorities – 10%
  • Actively participate in the preparation and execution of national and regional events such as Summit, P2C+, Fellowship Dinner, Mission Trips, and Recruitment.

Requirements:

  • A deep, growing personal relationship with Jesus Christ.
  • A passion and commitment to communicate the gospel
  • Demonstrates a growing personal maturity: takes responsibility, faithful, adaptable, teachable, self-motivated, mentally alert, takes initiative
  • Able to communicate a call to ministry
  • Demonstrates a growing knowledge of the Bible
  • Initiates and cultivates relationships, works well on a team
  • Demonstrates growing emotional maturity: an accurate self-perception, appropriately open and transparent, handles stress and pressure, manages emotions
  • Follows through on plans and solves problems

Education & Experience:

  • Graduation from a post-secondary institution
  • Relatable ministry experience  
  • Demonstration of competence (a related degree or a portfolio of applicable work) related to the role the candidate wishes to serve in

Funding:

Ministry Partner Development (MPD) is the process of building a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for your personal ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical, a privilege and an integral part of being in ministry. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

APPLY HERE

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change. In order to make the best use of your time and ours, only applicants who closely match our requirements will be contacted directly.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

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Job Region/Location: Langley BC, Power to Change National Headquarters
Reporting Relationship: Reports to Mentoring Director
Working Conditions: Normal Office Conditions
Funding: Ministry Partner Development

Ministry Overview

Power to Change (P2C) is an organization that seeks to collectively as well as individually, spread the gospel of Jesus Christ through movements of evangelism and discipleship. No matter what type of work those involved with P2C do, whether they are staff or volunteers, we understand that our work collectively is to further this overall mission. In accordance with our mission statement to spread the gospel, everyone who applies to be involved will be required to sign and adhere to the Statement of Faith and Code of Conduct.

The Life Project ministers directly to hundreds of thousands of people every month through a network of websites which reach out to many segments of society. We are passionate about using technology to share the Gospel of Christ by creating online communities of evangelism and discipleship to help fulfill the Great Commission in this generation.

Position Overview

Reporting to the Mentoring Director, the Administrative Assistant will assist in the oversight and planning of the Mentoring Team’s ministry. It will be his or her priority to ensure accurate documentation and communication of meeting notes and action steps. The Administrative Assistant will also mentor as an online missionary and be involved in mentor recruitment. To learn more about The Life Project, visit thelifeproject.com.

Primary Responsibilities

Administration

  • Complete invoicing and liaise with clients to review and share stories and statistics
  • Assists the Mentoring Director with financial record keeping and management as needed
  • Coordinate and help run team meetings efficiently, ensuring accurate and up to date minutes
Mentor Recruiting Liaison
  • Collaborate with the Editorial Manager and Mentoring Director to:
    • Track the status of mentor recruitment advertising and promotions
    • Make the Mentoring and Editorial teams aware of current needs
    • Ensure that specific need-based promotions are taking place to find additional mentors
    • Ensure that marketing and promotional materials are being developed and utilized

Education and Experience

  • Completion of some post-secondary education in business or a related field, or a minimum of one year working in an administrative role

Required Skills & Abilities

  • Basic proficiency in Microsoft Office programs, specifically Word and Excel
  • Basic proficiency in Internet navigation and a willingness to learn Google applications

Other Requirements

  • A growing, personal relationship with Jesus Christ and a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the P2C Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith and abide by the biblical principles outlined in these documents

Funding

This position requires Ministry Partner Development. The successful candidate will have the privilege to build a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for the ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical and God will provide everything necessary to fulfill the calling into ministry: finances, emotional strength and perseverance. Building a ministry partnership team is an integral part of being in ministry. There are many opportunities to bless and encourage the partnership team. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

APPLY HERE

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change. In order to make the best use of your time and ours, only applicants who closely match our requirements will be contacted directly. Candidates who are selected may be required to complete a background check.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

Job Categories: Web design
Position Type: Permanent Full-Time
Job Region/Location: 
Langley BC, Power to Change National Headquarters
Reporting Relationship: Reports to Technical Director
Working Conditions: Normal Office Conditions
Funding: Ministry Partner Development
Application Deadline: N/A

Ministry Overview

Power to Change (P2C) is an organization that seeks to collectively as well as individually, spread the gospel of Jesus Christ through movements of evangelism and discipleship. No matter what type of work those involved with P2C do, whether they are staff or volunteers, we understand that our work collectively is to further this overall mission. In accordance with our mission statement to spread the gospel, everyone who applies to be involved will be required to sign and adhere to the Statement of Faith and Code of Conduct.

The Life Project ministers directly to hundreds of thousands of people every month through a network of websites which reach out to many segments of society. We are passionate about using technology to share the Gospel of Christ by creating online communities of evangelism and discipleship to help fulfill the Great Commission in this generation.

Position Overview

The Web Designer will work closely with the Technical Director and Content Manager in the look and feel of The Life Projects web sites and applications.

Responsibilities

  • Develops web applications and components, including front-end programming utilizing HTML, CSS and JS within WordPress, Laravel and Meteor frameworks
  • Updates the look of The Life Project websites
  • Enhances overall site navigation by enhancing the layout of the site
  • Researches visual and conceptual approaches taken by other websites
  • Demonstrates ability to communicate effectively in both technical and business environments

Education and Experience

  • A diploma in Graphic Design or a similar field or experience in graphics is an asset

Required Skills & Abilities

  • Basic proficiency in Microsoft Office programs, specifically Word and Excel
  • Basic proficiency in Internet navigation and a willingness to learn Google applications

Other Requirements

  • A deep, growing, personal relationship with Jesus Christ
  • Able to work both independently and with a team
  • Ability to manage priorities and time
  • Contemporary technical skills and troubleshooting abilities
  • A professional approach and demeanour
  • Creative input aptitude and decision making skills
  • Working knowledge of computer software packages relevant to graphic design (Adobe Creative Suite)

Funding

This position requires Ministry Partner Development. The successful candidate will have the privilege to build a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for the ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical and God will provide everything necessary to fulfill the calling into ministry: finances, emotional strength and perseverance. Building a ministry partnership team is an integral part of being in ministry. There are many opportunities to bless and encourage the partnership team. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

APPLY HERE

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change. In order to make the best use of your time and ours, only applicants who closely match our requirements will be contacted directly. Candidates who are selected may be required to complete a background check.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

Position Type: Full-Time
Job Region/Location: 
Langley BC, Power to Change National Headquarters / Possibility to work remotely
Reporting Relationship: Reports to Editorial Manager
Working Conditions: Normal Office Conditions
Funding: Ministry Partner Development

Ministry Overview

Power to Change (P2C) is an organization that seeks to collectively as well as individually, spread the gospel of Jesus Christ through movements of evangelism and discipleship. No matter what type of work those involved with P2C do, whether they are staff or volunteers, we understand that our work collectively is to further this overall mission. In accordance with our mission statement to spread the gospel, everyone who applies to be involved will be required to sign and adhere to the Statement of Faith and Code of Conduct.

The Life Project ministers directly to hundreds of thousands of people every month through a network of websites which reach out to many segments of society. We are passionate about using technology to share the Gospel of Christ by creating online communities of evangelism and discipleship to help fulfill the Great Commission in this generation.

Position Overview

The Writer/Editor works in a team to develop online content and systems that maximize the discipleship and evangelistic reach of the Life Project’s (TLP) websites. To learn more about The Life Project, visit thelifeproject.com.

Responsibilities

  • Maintains editorial standards on TLP’s websites, including training of staff and volunteer authors in editing and writing skills
  • Researches inspirational content in order to further the mission of the ministry and increase global impact
  • Assists the Editorial Manager in selecting, scheduling, and featuring content, as well as updating the ministry’s social media sites
  • Writes, edits, and builds devotionals, articles, and newsletters for publication
  • Participates as an online mentor and ensures moderation of comments on sites
  • Assists in creative brainstorming and strategy related to content and communications
  • Coordinates with the Technical Manager and the Editorial Manager to implement content strategy for new and/or existing websites

Education and Experience

  • A bachelor’s degree (or working on a degree) in English, Journalism, Communications, Marketing, Business, Theology, or a related area
  • Work experience writing and editing

Required Skills & Abilities

  • A growing personal relationship with Jesus Christ
  • Able to work both independently and with a team
  • Ability to manage priorities and time
  • Ability to learn web technologies and applications quickly
  •  A professional approach and demeanour
  • Creative input aptitude and decision-making skills

Other Requirements

  • A growing, personal relationship with Jesus Christ and a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the P2C Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith and abide by the biblical principles outlined in these documents

Funding

This position requires Ministry Partner Development. The successful candidate will have the privilege to build a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for the ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical and God will provide everything necessary to fulfill the calling into ministry: finances, emotional strength and perseverance. Building a ministry partnership team is an integral part of being in ministry. There are many opportunities to bless and encourage the partnership team. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

APPLY HERE

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change. In order to make the best use of your time and ours, only applicants who closely match our requirements will be contacted directly. Candidates who are selected may be required to complete a background check.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

Job Categories: Web Development
Position Type: Internship
Job Region/Location: Langley, BC (with possibility of working virtually)
Reporting Relationship: Reports to the Technical Director
Working Conditions: Normal office conditions
Funding: Ministry Partner Development
Application Deadline: N/A

Ministry Overview

Power to Change seeks to glorify God by making a maximum contribution toward helping to fulfill the Great Commission in Canada and around the world by developing movements of evangelism and discipleship. We envision millions of volunteers engaged in faith adventures that transform lives through the power of the gospel. You can be a part of this movement of change by applying your skills in P2C Ministries.

The Life Project ministers directly to hundreds of thousands of people every month through a network of websites which reach out to many segments of society. We are passionate about using technology to share the Gospel of Christ by creating online communities of evangelism and discipleship to help fulfill the Great Commission in this generation.

Position Overview

The Web Development Intern will work closely with the Technical Director to maintain and develop the look, feel, and user experience of the The Life Project’s websites and applications.

Responsibilities

Web Design

  • Front-end programming of existing and new sites.
  • Creates visuals to update the look of The Life Project websites
  • Researches visual and conceptual approaches taken by other websites
  • Provides insights and suggestions for enhancing the layout of sites
  • Demonstrates ability to communicate effectively in both technical and business environments

Skill Considered an Asset

  • Working knowledge of computer software packages relevant to graphics design (Adobe Creative Suite)

Education and Experience

  • A diploma in Web Design, Computer Programming (or a student in one of these fields or a related field)

Required Skills and Abilities

  • A deep, growing, intimate relationship with Jesus Christ
  • Able to work both independently and with a team
  • Ability to manage priorities and time
  • Contemporary technical skills and troubleshooting abilities
  • A professional approach and demeanour.
  • Creative input aptitude and decision making skills
  • Front-end programming skills utilizing HTML, CSS and JS

Preferred Skills and Abilities

  • Good working knowledge of social media dashboards (Hootsuite, Tweetdeck) preferred
  • Experience in WordPress, Adobe InDesign and database management software is an asset

Funding

This position requires Ministry Partner Development. The successful candidate will have the privilege to build a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for the ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical and God will provide everything necessary to fulfill the calling into ministry: finances, emotional strength and perseverance. Building a ministry partnership team is an integral part of being in ministry. There are many opportunities to bless and encourage the partnership team. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

APPLY HERE

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change. In order to make the best use of your time and ours, only applicants who closely match our requirements will be contacted directly.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

Job Categories: Graphic Design
Position Type: Internship
Job Region/Location: Langley, BC (possibility of working virtually)
Reporting Relationship: Reports to the Editorial Manager
Working Conditions: Normal office conditions
Funding: Ministry Partner Development
Application Deadline: N/A

Ministry Overview

Power to Change seeks to glorify God by making a maximum contribution toward helping to fulfill the Great Commission in Canada and around the world by developing movements of evangelism and discipleship. We envision millions of volunteers engaged in faith adventures that transform lives through the power of the gospel. You can be a part of this movement of change by applying your skills in P2C Ministries.

The Life Project ministers directly to hundreds of thousands of people every month through a network of websites which reach out to many segments of society. We are passionate about using technology to share the Gospel of Christ by creating online communities of evangelism and discipleship to help fulfill the Great Commission in this generation.

Position Overview

The Graphic Design Intern will work closely with the Editorial Manager to maintain and develop the look and feel of the The Life Project’s websites, applications, social media pages, and marketing materials.

Responsibilities

Graphic Design

  • Creates visuals to update the look of The Life Project’s online presence.
  • Researches visual and conceptual approaches taken by other websites.
  • Provides insights and suggestions for enhancing the layout of our websites.
  • Designs marketing documents and donor reports.
  • Demonstrates ability to communicate effectively.

Skill Considered an Asset

  • Front-end programming skills, utilizing HTML, CSS and JS.

Education and Experience

  • A diploma in Graphic Design or a similar field or experience in graphics (or a Graphic Design/Communications student seeking to apply what he/she is learning)

Required Skills and Abilities

  • A deep, growing, intimate relationship with Jesus Christ
  • Able to work both independently and with a team
  • Ability to manage priorities and time
  • Contemporary technical skills and troubleshooting abilities
  • A professional approach and demeanour.
  • Creative input aptitude and decision making skills
  • Working knowledge of computer software packages relevant to graphics design
    (Adobe Creative Suite)

Preferred Skills and Abilities

  • Good working knowledge of social media dashboards (Hootsuite, Tweetdeck) preferred
  • Experience in WordPress, Adobe InDesign and database management software is an asset

Funding

This position requires Ministry Partner Development. The successful candidate will have the privilege to build a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for the ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical and God will provide everything necessary to fulfill the calling into ministry: finances, emotional strength and perseverance. Building a ministry partnership team is an integral part of being in ministry. There are many opportunities to bless and encourage the partnership team. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

APPLY HERE

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change. In order to make the best use of your time and ours, only applicants who closely match our requirements will be contacted directly.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

Title: Content Development Intern
Ministry: The Life Project
Location: Langley, BC (with possibility of working remotely)
Reports to: Editorial Manager
Funding: Ministry Partner Development
Position Type: Internship (2 – 5 months)

Ministry Overview

Power to Change seeks to glorify God by making a maximum contribution toward helping to fulfill the Great Commission in Canada and around the world by developing movements of evangelism and discipleship. We envision millions of volunteers engaged in faith adventures that transform lives through the power of the gospel. You can be a part of this movement of change by applying your skills in P2C Ministries.

The Life Project ministers directly to hundreds of thousands of people every month through a network of websites which reach out to many segments of society. We are passionate about using technology to share the Gospel of Christ by creating online communities of evangelism and discipleship to help fulfill the Great Commission in this generation.

Position Overview

The Content Development Intern will work closely with the Editorial Manager to create and edit engaging content that facilitates spiritual conversations. As part of the creative team, he or she will learn the art of brainstorming, writing for online publications, applying content strategy, and measuring engagement.

Responsibilities

  • Writing newsletters and original articles
  • Editing submissions from volunteer authors
  • Selecting eye-catching and relevant photos
  • Building articles and newsletters in content management systems
  • Populating social media feeds

Education and Experience

  • In the third or fourth year of a degree in Communications, English, Marketing, or Ministry
  • Or having completed a BA in one of these fields

Required Skills and Abilities

  • Excellent writing and editing skills
  • Able to work both independently and with a team
  • Ability to manage priorities and time
  • A quick learner of web applications
  • Willing to ask questions and to take initiative
  • A professional approach and demeanour
  • Creative and critical thinking

Other Requirements

  • A growing, personal relationship with Jesus Christ and a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the P2C Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith and abide by the biblical principles outlined in these documents.

Funding

This position requires Ministry Partner Development. The successful candidate will have the privilege to build a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for the ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical and God will provide everything necessary to fulfill the calling into ministry: finances, emotional strength and perseverance. Building a ministry partnership team is an integral part of being in ministry. There are many opportunities to bless and encourage the partnership team. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

APPLY HERE

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change. In order to make the best use of your time and ours, only applicants who closely match our requirements will be contacted directly.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

Title: Mentoring Team Intern
Ministry: The Life Project
Location: Langley, BC
Reports to: Director of Mentoring
Duration: 2 – 5 Months

Ministry Overview

Power to Change seeks to glorify God by making a maximum contribution toward helping to fulfill the Great Commission in Canada and around the world by developing movements of evangelism and discipleship. We envision millions of volunteers engaged in faith adventures that transform lives through the power of the gospel. You can be a part of this movement of change by applying your skills in P2C Ministries.

The Life Project ministers directly to hundreds of thousands of people every month through a network of websites which reach out to many segments of society. We are passionate about using technology to share the Gospel of Christ by creating online communities of evangelism and discipleship to help fulfill the Great Commission (see thelifeproject.com).

Position Overview

The Life Project has a volunteer team of over 1000 online mentors. The Mentoring Team Intern will assist with administration and communications that help to mobilize and encourage these online missionaries. He or she will have the opportunity to share the gospel, working with a cutting edge ministry that is using the latest technology to reach the world for Christ.

Responsibilities

  • Being an online mentor (missionary)
  • Participating in and/or leading online chats (discipleship groups)
  • Collecting stories to share with ministry partners
  • Giving valuable feedback on ways to improve mentor training and software
  • Communicating with mentors to keep them informed and encouraged
  • Using our software to distribute messages to mentors
  • Assisting with day-to-day administrative duties

Education and Experience

  • In the third or fourth year of a degree in Counseling, Psychology, Communications, Sociology or Ministry.
  • Or having completed a BA in one of these fields

Required Skills and Abilities

  • A growing personal relationship with Jesus Christ
  • Basic proficiency in Microsoft Office programs, specifically Word and Excel
  • Able to work both independently and with a team
  • Ability to manage priorities and time
  • A quick learner of web applications
  • Willing to ask questions and to take initiative
  • A professional approach and demeanour

Other Requirements

  • A growing, personal relationship with Jesus Christ and a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the P2C Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith and abide by the biblical principles outlined in these documents.

Funding

This position requires Ministry Partner Development. The successful candidate will have the privilege to build a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for the ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical and God will provide everything necessary to fulfill the calling into ministry: finances, emotional strength and perseverance. Building a ministry partnership team is an integral part of being in ministry. There are many opportunities to bless and encourage the partnership team. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

APPLY HERE

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change. In order to make the best use of your time and ours, only applicants who closely match our requirements will be contacted directly.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

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In collaboration with the President of Power to change, the Communications Specialist is responsible for the full scope of activities related to the identification, cultivation and solicitation of foundation and major gift prospects and donors for Power to Change. The successful candidate will also be responsible for consistent, accurate and compelling reporting for all major gifts, foundation grants and corporate gifts as needed. The Communications Specialist will ensure that major donors are acknowledged for their gifts.

To learn more about this opportunity and to apply, please click here

Job Categories: Media; Audio; Film
Position Type: Full-Time or Part-Time
Job Region/Location: Langley, BC; Power To Change National Headquarters
Reporting Relationship: Reports to Managing Producer, Power to Change Films
Funding: Ministry Partner Development
Application Deadline: Ongoing

Ministry Overview

Power to Change (P2C) is an organization that seeks to collectively as well as individually, spread the gospel of Jesus Christ through movements of evangelism and discipleship. No matter what type of work those involved with P2C do, whether they are staff or volunteers, we understand that our work collectively is to further this overall mission. In accordance with our mission statement to spread the gospel, everyone who applies to be involved will be required to sign and adhere to the Statement of Faith and Code of Conduct.

Power to Change Films exists to make a maximum contribution to the Great Commission by supporting the visual communications needs of the twelve ministries under the Power to Change umbrella, and to produce creative, artistic film content that shares life, stories and principles from a Christ-centred, biblical worldview in culturally relevant ways.

Position Overview

The Audio/Music Supervisor will record audio on set and create compelling audio and music content for P2C Films initiatives while adhering to tight deadlines and filming schedules, maintaining the corporate message of Power to Change and its associated ministries.

Responsibilities

Recording

  • Use microphones and recording equipment to capture location and studio sound while filming
  • Recording dialogue for dubbing purposes, foley sound effects, as well as narration
  • Recording music for use in P2C Films productions

Editing

  • Use software to clean up, enhance and edit audio
  • Integrate audio with visual content
  • Select sound effects and audio elements to support the story

Composing/Scoring

  • The ability to compose, arrange, perform and record music to suit the mood and pace of content in a film or video is an asset

Consulting

  • Consult with Producer and Director to determine audio requirements
Maintenance
  • Ensure audio equipment is kept in good working order

Education and Experience

  • Experience in audio recording and editing
  • Demonstrates a high level of skill (your portfolio will be requested)
  • A degree (or working on a degree) in Music or Audio-related field an asset

Required Skills and Abilities

  • A deep, growing, intimate relationship with Jesus Christ and a genuine desire to see people’s lives changed
  • Must be exceptionally innovative, skilfully coming up with entertaining ideas and applying them to projects
  • Possess strategic thinking, planning and implementation skills
  • A professional approach and demeanor
  • Must be creative, have a desire to continuously improve, and engage in personal and professional development
  • Be willing to both contribute creatively and take direction
  • Able to work as part of a team in a fast-paced environment, manage multiple projects, work within tight timelines

Funding

This position requires Ministry Partner Development. The successful candidate will have the privilege to build a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for the ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical and God will provide everything necessary to fulfill the calling into ministry: finances, emotional strength and perseverance. Building a ministry partnership team is an integral part of being in ministry. There are many opportunities to bless and encourage the partnership team. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

APPLY HERE

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change. In order to make the best use of your time and ours, only applicants who closely match our requirements will be contacted directly.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

Job Categories: Media; Video; Film
Position Type: Full-Time or Part-Time
Job Region/Location: Langley, BC; Power To Change National Headquarters
Reporting Relationship: Reports to directly to Managing Producer, Power to Change Films
Working Conditions: Normal Studio and Office Conditions
Funding: Ministry Partner Development
Application Deadline: December 1st, 2018

Ministry Overview

Power to Change (P2C) is an organization that seeks to collectively as well as individually, spread the gospel of Jesus Christ through movements of evangelism and discipleship. No matter what type of work those involved with P2C do, whether they are staff or volunteers, we understand that our work collectively is to further this overall mission. In accordance with our mission statement to spread the gospel, everyone who applies to be involved will be required to sign and adhere to the Statement of Faith and Code of Conduct.

Power to Change Films exists to make a maximum contribution to the Great Commission by supporting the visual communications needs of the twelve ministries under the Power to Change umbrella, and to produce creative, artistic film content that shares life, stories and principles from a Christ-centred, biblical worldview in culturally relevant ways.

Position Overview

The Camera Operator/Video Editor will work with Director(s) and Cinematographer(s) and other crew members to create compelling visual content for P2C Films initiatives while adhering to tight deadlines and filming schedules. Also editing and colour grading recorded video/digital film footage, maintaining the corporate message of Power to Change and its associated ministries. Some audio recording and editing duties are also included in this position.

Responsibilities

  • Use various cameras to capture properly exposed, high-quality motion (and occasionally still) imagery
  • Utilize various camera support systems such as tripods, dollies and gimbals
  • Select lenses, filters and camera angles appropriate to setting and script
  • Assist with lighting scenes
  • Follow a script to support the Producer, Director and Scriptwriters in creating a predetermined story
  • Use non-linear editing software (Adobe Premiere, DaVinci Resolve) and associated applications
  • Creatively arrange video clips into sequences to form a compelling story or message
  • Correct footage errors and imperfections, add visual effects in post-production
  • Insert music, sound effects, titles and other graphic and audio elements
  • Digitally integrate color into flat or uncolored images using software such as Davinci Resolve or Red Giant’s color tools
  • Combine video layers to create composite clips
  • Motion tracking and similar functions within After Effects and Mocha
  • Additional computer generated alterations to video/film in post production
  • Some graphic design experience an asset
  • Teleprompter operation
  • Some audio recording and editing abilities an asset
  • Keep studio tidy

Education and Experience

  • Experience in filmmaking and photography, and video editing
  • Demonstrates excellent filmmaking/photography and editing skills (your portfolio will be requested)
  • A degree (or working on a degree) in a film-related field an asset but not required

Required Skills and Abilities

  • A deep, growing, intimate relationship with Jesus Christ and a genuine desire to see people’s lives changed
  • Must be exceptionally innovative, skilfully coming up with entertaining ideas and applying them to projects
  • Possess strategic thinking, planning and implementation skills
  • A professional approach and demeanor
  • Be a self-starter with a strong work ethic
  • Must be creative, have a desire to continuously improve, and engage in personal and professional development
  • Be willing to both contribute creatively and take direction
  • Able to work as part of a team in a fast-paced environment, manage multiple projects, work within tight timelines

Funding

This position requires Ministry Partner Development. The successful candidate will have the privilege to build a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for the ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical and God will provide everything necessary to fulfill the calling into ministry: finances, emotional strength and perseverance. Building a ministry partnership team is an integral part of being in ministry. There are many opportunities to bless and encourage the partnership team. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

APPLY HERE

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change. In order to make the best use of your time and ours, only applicants who closely match our requirements will be contacted directly.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

Position Type: Full-Time; Permanent
Job Region/Location: Langley, BC; Power To Change National Headquarters
Reporting Relationship: Reports to Resource Centre Director
Funding: Ministry Partner Development

Ministry Overview

Power to Change (P2C) is an organization that seeks to collectively as well as individually, spread the gospel of Jesus Christ through movements of evangelism and discipleship. No matter what type of work those involved with P2C do, whether they are staff or volunteers, we understand that our work collectively is to further this overall mission. In accordance with our mission statement to spread the gospel, everyone who applies to be involved will be required to sign and adhere to the Statement of Faith and Code of Conduct.

Position Overview

This role will work alongside our Resource Centre team to daily help people know Jesus and experience His power to change the world through the sales and distribution of Jesus DVD’s, Bible studies and other Christian products. This position will assist with the coordination of product promotions and customer service for the Power to Change Resource Centre. We fulfill the Great Commission by serving various ministries of Power to Change Canada and around the world by serving individuals, churches bookstores and other organizations locally, nationally, globally with Christian resources.

Responsibilities

  • Work with contract lists to seek out opportunities for the purposes of marketing the products of Power to Change and its ministries
  • Assist with communication to all our customers and potential customers regarding products offered by Power to Change Resource Centre
  • Coordinate marketing to the various segments of our customer base
  • Assist with the development of promotional materials
  • Coordinate the website list of products to ensure the products description and pricing are accurate
  • Analyze sales and marketing for new existing products

Education and Experience

  • Customer service experience required
  • Previous bookstore or retail experience an asset
  • Post secondary education an asset

Required Skills and Abilities

  • Strong customer service skills
  • Solid communication skills both written and oral
  • Detail oriented
  • Experience with MS office, particularly Excel

Funding

This position requires Ministry Partner Development. The successful candidate will have the privilege to build a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for the ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical and God will provide everything necessary to fulfill the calling into ministry: finances, emotional strength and perseverance. Building a ministry partnership team is an integral part of being in ministry. There are many opportunities to bless and encourage the partnership team. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

APPLY HERE

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change. In order to make the best use of your time and ours, only applicants who closely match our requirements will be contacted directly. Candidates who are selected may be required to complete a background check.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

Job Categories: I.T.; Software Development
Position Type: Short-term Internship (4-6 months)
Job Region/Location: Langley, BC; Power To Change National Headquarters
Working Conditions: Normal Office Conditions
Funding: Ministry Partner Development
Application Deadline: Ongoing

Ministry Overview

Power to Change seeks to glorify God by making a maximum contribution toward helping to fulfill the Great Commission in Canada and around the world by developing movements of evangelism and discipleship. We envision millions of volunteers engaged in faith adventures that transform lives through the power of the gospel. You can be a part of this movement of change by applying your skills in P2C Ministries.

Position Overview

The Web Developer is sharp and motivated in their contribution to ministry, using knowledge of web application development to enable I.T. projects.

Responsibilities

  • Add to and improve existing features on staff Intranet, using Word Press
  • Add to and improve existing features on staff Intranet, using Word Press
  • Develop or enhance web applications to provide self-serve tools for staff, ministries, and volunteers
  • Provide web applications for a variety of mobile devices used by staff
  • Create integration programs to sync data between front-end web applications and back-end systems

Education and Experience

  • Minimum 2 years of completed course work in a Computer Science or related Degree program
  • Experience with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript for developing the web applications for client
  • Experience with PHO and/or C# for developing web applications for server
  • Experience with writing SQL scripts for MySQL and /or Microsoft SQL Server
  • Experience with ASP.NET MVC framework, Word Press, jQuery, or Ajax an asset

Required Skills and Abilities

  • A deep, growing, personal relationship with Jesus Christ
  • A genuine desire to see lives changed
  • A professional approach and demeanor
  • Web user interface design skills
  • Web application development skills
  • Object-oriented programming skills
  • Database querying skills

Funding

This position requires Ministry Partner Development. The successful candidate will have the privilege to build a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for the ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical and God will provide everything necessary to fulfill the calling into ministry: finances, emotional strength and perseverance. Building a ministry partnership team is an integral part of being in ministry. There are many opportunities to bless and encourage the partnership team. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

APPLY HERE

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change. In order to make the best use of your time and ours, only applicants who closely match our requirements will be contacted directly.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

Job Categories: I.T.; Software Development
Position Type: Internship (1 year)
Job Region/Location: Langley, BC; Power To Change National Headquarters
Working Conditions: Normal Office Conditions
Funding: Ministry Partner Development
Application Deadline: Ongoing

Ministry Overview

Power to Change seeks to glorify God by making a maximum contribution toward helping to fulfill the Great Commission in Canada and around the world by developing movements of evangelism and discipleship. We envision millions of volunteers engaged in faith adventures that transform lives through the power of the gospel. You can be a part of this movement of change by applying your skills in P2C Ministries.

Position Overview

The Web Developer is sharp and motivated software developer, familiar with .NET to help advance ministry enabling IT projects.

Responsibilities

  • Enhance the ministry’s ASP.NET online donations portal
  • Create web applications using ASP.NET, Silverlight, or SharePoint to increase staff effectiveness
  • Develop integration services or programs to connect back-end systems
  • Build custom forms and workflows for core software systems using Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) and Workflow Foundation (WF)

Education and Experience

  • 3 or more years completed in a Computer Science or related degree program
  • Some experience with C# (preferred) or VB.NET and the .NET framework
  • Experience with ASP.NET, Silverlight, SharePoint, WPF, WF, or SQL Server is an asset

Required Skills and Abilities

  • A deep, growing, personal relationship with Jesus Christ
  • A genuine desire to see lives changed
  • A professional approach and demeanor
  • Design Analysis expertise
  • Software Analysis and Programming Skills
  • Object-Oriented Programming Skills

Funding

This position requires Ministry Partner Development. The successful candidate will have the privilege to build a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for the ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical and God will provide everything necessary to fulfill the calling into ministry: finances, emotional strength and perseverance. Building a ministry partnership team is an integral part of being in ministry. There are many opportunities to bless and encourage the partnership team. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

APPLY HERE

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change. In order to make the best use of your time and ours, only applicants who closely match our requirements will be contacted directly.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

Job Categories: I.T.; Research and Development
Position Type: Internship (1 year)
Job Region/Location: Langley, BC; Power To Change National Headquarters
Working Conditions: Normal Office Conditions
Funding: Ministry Partner Development
Application Deadline: Ongoing

Ministry Overview

Power to Change seeks to glorify God by making a maximum contribution toward helping to fulfill the Great Commission in Canada and around the world by developing movements of evangelism and discipleship. We envision millions of volunteers engaged in faith adventures that transform lives through the power of the gospel. You can be a part of this movement of change by applying your skills in P2C Ministries.

Position Overview

The Business Intelligence Developer is a vital part of the organization in accurate decision making, and helping to develop new solutions and enhance existing solutions in place.

Responsibilities

  • Develop SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) reports
  • Create database views to populate Excel spreadsheets
  • Research data mining and ad-hoc reporting tools
  • Research and develop dashboard solutions

Education and Experience

  • 2 or more years completed in a Computer Science or related degree program
  • Familiar with relational databases, preferably SQL, Server 2005 or later
  • Experience with SQL Server, SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS), or data mining and analysis tools is an asset

Required Skills and Abilities

  • A deep, growing, personal relationship with Jesus Christ
  • A genuine desire to see lives changed
  • A professional approach and demeanor
  • Software analysis skills
  • Strong research skills
  • Able to develop user-friendly reports
  • Able to thrive in a fast-paced work environment
  • Highly organized, detail-oriented, and self-motivated
  • Articulate oral and written communication
  • Able to multi-task and handle different projects and changing priorities
  • Willing to work in a team-focused environment
  • Able to take initiative and effectively solve problems
  • Able to maintain strict confidentiality

Funding

This position requires Ministry Partner Development. The successful candidate will have the privilege to build a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for the ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical and God will provide everything necessary to fulfill the calling into ministry: finances, emotional strength and perseverance. Building a ministry partnership team is an integral part of being in ministry. There are many opportunities to bless and encourage the partnership team. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

APPLY HERE

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change. In order to make the best use of your time and ours, only applicants who closely match our requirements will be contacted directly.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

Job Categories: I.T.; Database; Programming
Position Type: Internship (1 year)
Job Region/Location: Langley, BC; Power To Change National Headquarters
Working Conditions: Normal Office Conditions
Funding: Ministry Partner Development
Application Deadline: 4-5 months prior to preferred start date

Ministry Overview

Power to Change seeks to glorify God by making a maximum contribution toward helping to fulfill the Great Commission in Canada and around the world by developing movements of evangelism and discipleship. We envision millions of volunteers engaged in faith adventures that transform lives through the power of the gospel. You can be a part of this movement of change by applying your computer IT skills in P2C Ministries.

Position Overview

Accurate information for decision making is vital for any organization, and Power to Change is no different. We are looking for a candidate who can help enhance our SQL Server database infrastructure, to ensure that data is available, reliable, can be easily accessed by those who have appropriate permissions, and can be analyzed and reported on.

Responsibilities

  • Plan and integrate the consolidation and migration of databases from SQL Server 2000 and SQL Server 2005 32-bit to SQL Server 64-bit
  • Develop and validate database disaster recovery scenarios and plans
  • Implement database management, auditing and monitoring solutions

Education and Experience

  • 3 or more years completed of a Computer Science or related degree program
  • Familiarity with database concepts such as views, stored procedures, foreing keys, indexes, normalization, and backups
  • Some experience with SQL Server 2005 or later and writing Transact-SQL
  • Experience with SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS), SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS), or SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS) would be an asset

Required Skills and Abilities

  • A deep, growing, personal relationship with Jesus Christ
  • A genuine desire to see lives changed
  • A professional approach and demeanor
  • Software analysis skills
  • Database design and and programming skills
  • Object-oriented programming skills
  • Can thrive in a fast-paced work environment
  • Be highly organized, detail-oriented, self-motivated
  • Articulate oral and written communicator
  • Ability to multi-task and handle different projects and changing priorities
  • Willing to work in a team focused environment
  • Ability to take initiative and effectively solve problems
  • Ability to maintain strict confidentiality

Funding

This position requires Ministry Partner Development. The successful candidate will have the privilege to build a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for the ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical and God will provide everything necessary to fulfill the calling into ministry: finances, emotional strength and perseverance. Building a ministry partnership team is an integral part of being in ministry. There are many opportunities to bless and encourage the partnership team. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.

APPLY HERE

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change. In order to make the best use of your time and ours, only applicants who closely match our requirements will be contacted directly.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.

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