Our Hiring Process

Some of the nitty-gritty details

The process for joining our team as either an intern or a staff member are generally the same: it most often begins with a conversation with our Human Resources team.

Step 1: Discover the opportunities

You can do this by speaking with a staff member you know, contacting our HR team at opportunities@p2c.com, visiting our job postings, or clicking the Internships or Careers link on the right. We want to work with you to find the right fit, answer questions and help you navigate the application process.

Step 2: Apply for a specific job opportunity

Identify a specific job posting or opportunity you are qualified to apply for and begin the application process.

Complete an online application at p2c.com/join

Application Deadlines
National and International Internship Deadline: March 1, 2019
Staff Application Deadline: Ongoing

Applications for associate and commissioned staff roles must be submitted at minimum two months before your preferred New Staff Training date. Training dates currently occur annually in January, May, and September. (For example, If you wish to attend New Staff Training in May 2019 you need to submit your application by March 1st, 2019)

Step Three: Application Process

Human Resources will review your completed application and contact you for a preliminary interview. We will check your references, and qualified applicants will be contacted for a panel interview.

Step Four: Offer of Employment & New Staff Training

Those who qualify will receive an official offer of employment and be cleared to attend New Staff Training (in May, September or January)  to launch them into the first phase of their role: Ministry Partner Development.

Step Five: Ministry Partner Development

Your first role on staff will be  to successfully develop your prayer and financial Ministry Partner Team. The amount of time needed for this phase of ministry depends on a great number of factors, but most candidates can anticipate commiting between 3 – 12 months. After the successful completion of your initial MPD goals you can report to your assignment.