Employment

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Full-Time Positions

Provide leadership that creates a culture to develop relationships with our staff and our guests that leads to a greater understanding of the gospel and seeks to display a level of excellence that anticipates, meets, and exceeds our guests’ needs. The Facilities Director is responsible for maintaining all building facilities, grounds, and equipment on the Jonathan Creek property through both on-going repairs and preventative maintenance. This is a full-time position with appropriate housing and benefits. Hours will be determined by the season of the year.

  • Wastewater plant operation, maintenance and administrative oversight
  • Development of systematic and organized general and preventive maintenance practices
  • On-going and proactive evaluation of quality and safety as it relates buildings/grounds to our staff and guests
  • Organization and oversight of subcontractors/vendors to accomplish on-going tasks, small projects, and renovations as well as major construction projects and building replacements where Crossings acts as the General Contractor
  • Full-Time Staff, Seasonal Staff and Volunteer management in order to complete the following:
    • General Building Maintenance, Preventive Maintenance, Grounds-keeping, Maintenance Requests from Guests, Vehicle and Equipment maintenance
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Position Summary

Provide leadership that creates a culture to develop relationships both with our staff and our guests that leads to a greater

understanding of the gospel and seeks to display a level of excellence that anticipates, meets and exceeds our guests’ needs. The

Associate Director’s role will often times call for innovative and creative solutions to complex problems that rarely have one right

answer. This role is seen as a partner in ministry along with the director to see the mission of Crossings be lived out on the

property. This will be a full time position with appropriate benefits and housing. This position will be salaried and hours will be

determined by the season of the year.

Values

Gospel displayed as:

Commit to a daily walk with Christ including: reading His Word, praying and regular fellowship with believers

Commit to a consistent attendance in a local body of believers

Commit to regularly sharing your faith

Relationships displayed as:

Commit to build relationships with our entire Crossing’s staff.

Commit to redeem conflict for the benefit of the whole team in way that honors Christ and His Word.

Commit to build relationships with our guests prior to their arrival and while on property.

Excellence displayed as:

Commit to seeking to do everything that we do as unto the Lord.

Commit to help hold accountable each person on our staff to this same level of excellence.

Key areas of responsibility

Operationally focused on programming and rental group execution

Represent Crossings to all types of customers (leaders, parents, students) and be determined to proclaim the cause,

missions and values of Crossings.

Adapt and provide creative solutions to organizational and operational changes that are fast paced within an ever

changing environment while withholding a high standard of excellence and compassion.

In the absence of the Director, lead in the daily operations of every area of the camp, including: Food Service, Facilities,

Maintenance, Housekeeping, Recreation, Guest Relations, etc.

Support the Camp Director in successfully maintaining budget items and expenses, presenting a unified front for other

duties that may be assigned and developing future improvement plans for all facilities and grounds.

Critically think through issues of the overall camp goals and multitask while making decisions in multiple areas of camp.

Learn to see the effects of every decision in all areas of Crossings ie. Jonathan Creek, Central Office, Cedarmore and

beyond.

Core competencies required

Ability to develop staff and accomplish excellence through team/delegation approach.

Knowledge and passion for Crossings vision, mission, tradition and customs.

Ability to execute all duties in the complete absence of the Camp Director.

Strong leadership experience within communities and departmental activities.

Excellent public speaking and salesmanship; ability to communicate clearly and concisely to students and parents.

Enthusiasm, sense of humor, demonstrate patience and driving when needed, along with a strong work ethic

Willingness to take on any necessary roles and responsibilities to accomplish a task.

Confident in conflict management and the ability to redeem it for the good of the whole.

Highly proficient with standard office software.

Measures

Our guests make significant spiritual decisions while at camp (Salvations, Call to Ministry etc.)

You seek to maintain relationships with the staff you work with and the guests that you serve. These are measured in

regular performance evaluations as well as on a weekly basis through retreat and camp guest evaluations.

You seek to maintain excellence in your work. This is measured through the efficient and effective completion of your

work carried out within the “Values” structure listed above (GRE).

Part-Time Positions

Crossings is committed to recruiting dedicated, qualified nurses, cultivating a workforce that provides safe patient care to our campers, and staff. We seek a licensed nurse (RN, or LVN) to join our crew as we work to uncover the beauty in God’s creation and His Word. You’ll talk with students, handle and give them medications, manage the infirmary, and work with our church leaders and staff. Crossings camps serve youth ages 5 and older.  The camp runs from 05/22/2017 to 08/01/2017.  Room and board are provided.  Compensation is competitive and based on experience.

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Crossings is committed to recruiting dedicated, qualified nurses, cultivating a workforce that provides safe patient care to our campers, and staff. We seek a licensed nurse (RN, or LVN) to join our crew as we work to uncover the beauty in God’s creation and His Word. You’ll talk with students, handle and give them medications, manage the infirmary, and work with our church leaders and staff. Crossings camps serve youth ages 5 and older.  The camp runs from 05/22/2017 to 08/01/2017.  Room and board are provided.  Compensation is competitive and based on experience.

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Internships – Learn more here (Immediate Openings).

Provide leadership that creates a culture to develop relationships with our staff and our guests that leads to a greater understanding of the gospel and seeks to display a level of excellence that anticipates, meets and exceeds our guests’ needs. The Facilities Intern is responsible for supporting the Director in maintaining all building facilities, grounds and equipment on property through both ongoing repairs and preventative maintenance. This is a full time position with appropriate housing and benefits. Hours will be determined by the season of the year.

  • Upholding excellence in adherence to (and development of) procedural and safety policies and standards
  • Lead seasonal staff and volunteers to execute safety and excellence to create a distraction free experience for guests
  • Assist Director in cost-efficient operation by stewarding inventory, proper equipment use, etc.
  • On­going and proactive evaluation of quality and safety as it relates buildings/grounds to our staff and guests

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Provide leadership that creates a culture to develop relationships both with our staff and our guests which leads to a greater understanding of the Gospel and seeks to display a level of excellence that anticipates, meets and exceeds our guests’ needs. The Food Service Intern will assist the Food Service Director to create a distraction free dining room experience and ensure the execution of safe and healthy meals to our guests. This includes leading and developing seasonal staff to deliver meals that exceed our guest’s expectations. This will be a one year, paid commitment with appropriate housing provided. Hours will be determined by the season of the year.

  • Upholding excellence in adherence to (and development of) procedural and safety policies and standards
  • Planning, coordinating and executing the entire dining experience (front/back of house) as well as Shack
  • Lead a team to execute a level of safety and professionalism that creates a distraction free experience for guests
  • Train and develop seasonal staff to execute according to Crossing’s P&P and state health department requirements
  • Assist Director in cost-efficient operation by stewarding inventory, staff schedules, waste management, etc.

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The Baptist Haiti Mission Intern will be responsible for aiding the US office in state-side promotion of BHM, short-term missions coordination, and various other projects. This person will work at the BHM office in Louisville, KY and will operate within the parameters of Crossings’ wider internship program.

  • Assist in the promotion of child sponsorships, short term mission trips, and BHM in general.
  • Run BHM exhibits at various schools and churches as needed.
  • Work on special BHM projects as as needed.
  • Assist in the coordination of short term mission trips.

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Internships – Learn more here (begin May 2017).

Provide leadership that creates a culture to develop relationships with our staff and our guests that leads to a greater understanding of the gospel and seeks to display a level of excellence that anticipates, meets and exceeds our guests’ needs. The Facilities Intern is responsible for supporting the Director in maintaining all building facilities, grounds and equipment on property through both on­going repairs and preventative maintenance. This is a full time position with appropriate housing and benefits. Hours will be determined by the season of the year.

  • Ability to lead by example and coach others to a high level of cleanliness and organization
  • Ability to communicate effectively with staff, volunteers and guests in a fast­paced setting
  • Ability to manage schedules, materials and labor to produce quality and timely results
  • Working knowledge of hand tools, power tools and basic grounds equipment
  • Willingness to be hands­ on when things need to get done and lead by example
  • General knowledge of most and a working knowledge of some of the following:
    • Vehicle & Equipment Maintenance & Repair, Small Engine Maintenance & Repair, Grounds­keeping, Carpentry,
    • Electrical, Plumbing, HVAC, Utilities (domestic water, wastewater, high­voltage power)

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Provide leadership that creates a culture to develop relationships both with our staff and our guests which leads to a greater understanding of the Gospel and seeks to display a level of excellence that anticipates, meets and exceeds our guests’ needs. The Food Service Intern will assist the Food Service Director to create a distraction free dining room experience and ensure the execution of safe and healthy meals to our guests. This includes leading and developing seasonal staff to deliver meals that exceed our guest’s expectations. This will be a one year, paid commitment with appropriate housing provided. Hours will be determined by the season of the year.  Employment period is May 1, 2017 through July 31, 2018.

  • Upholding excellence in adherence to (and development of) procedural and safety policies and standards
  • Planning, coordinating and executing the entire dining experience (front/back of house) as well as Shack
  • Lead a team to execute a level of safety and professionalism that creates a distraction free experience for guests
  • Train and develop seasonal staff to execute according to Crossing’s P&P and state health department requirements
  • Assist Director in cost-efficient operation by stewarding inventory, staff schedules, waste management, etc.

Learn More

Provide leadership that creates a culture to develop relationships both with our staff and our guests which leads to a greater understanding of the Gospel and seeks to display a level of excellence that anticipates, meets and exceeds our guests’ needs. The Hospitality Intern will assist in the development of Crossing’s programmed events as well as recruiting and leading seasonal staff.  Additionally, they are responsible for location specific office logistics and property preparedness; including pre-arrival cleanliness and setup, registration and post departure cleanup. This will be a one year, paid commitment with appropriate housing provided. Hours will be determined by the season of the year. .Employment period is May 1, 2017 through July 31, 2018.

  • Planning and execution of Crossings Programmed Events (Summer Camps and Retreat Season)
  • Supporting Guest Relations for the Property (Summer Camps and Retreat Season)
  • Office Administration (guest pre-arrival prep, guest onsite registration, payroll, scheduling staff, calendaring, etc.)
  • Recruiting, Leading and Developing Seasonal Program Staff
  • Housekeeping and conference setups execution for all facilities on property

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The Children’s Ministry Program Intern help plan and execute summer camp programming for Kids Camp. They will work at the Central Office and relocate to one of the properties during the summer for Kids Camp. They will also participate in all Children’s Ministry consulting opportunities. Employment period is May 1, 2017 through July 31, 2018.

 

• Assist in the development of Bible study materials that are used for Kids’ Camp (entering 3rd grade-entering 6th grade).

• Primary function includes assisting in the development and execution of Kids Camp programming.

• Assist in developing and promoting Kids Camp themes and the content for related promotional materials.

• Assist in recruiting and hiring summer camp staff.

• Plan and oversee the implementation of Kids Camp worship services. This includes emceeing, choosing songs, planning service orders, liaising with camp pastors, and more.

• Provide leadership to summer staff.

• Assist in developing the content for promotional videos used during worship services.

• Cultivate specific skills in developing bible studies, exercising biblical discernment, providing leadership.

• Participate in all intern development activities and programming.

• Participate in opportunities to serve Kentucky Baptists when it comes to Children’s ministry. Including help plan and participate in state VBS training.

• Fulfill other tasks as assigned by Director of Children’s Programming.

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The Communication Intern’s primary role is to provide strategic support and assistance to the Director of Communications. Employment period is May 1, 2017 through July 31, 2018.

  • Perform various administrative tasks including but not limited to, assisting with correspondence, contacting vendors and other Crossings personnel, making inquiries to Crossings ministry partners, etc.
  • Represent the mission of Crossings through exhibits while developing relationships and generating contacts, sales, and personnel leads at various conferences and partner organizations.
  • Assist in the development of long-term marketing and communications strategic planning.
  • Edit, proof, and revise materials for print and digital distribution.
  • Solicit, manage, and create content for various social media, blog, and other content channels. This will include collaboration with Crossings personnel at all levels and with outside constituents.
  • Cultivate specific skills in leadership, management, communications strategy, writing, marketing, and design.
  • Participate in all intern development activities and programming.

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Provide leadership that creates a culture to develop relationships both with our staff and our guests which leads to a greater understanding of the Gospel and seeks to display a level of excellence that anticipates, meets and exceeds our guests’ needs. The Guest Relations Intern will assist the Guest Relations Team.  Additionally, they are responsible for location specific office logistics and property communications.  Employment period is May 1, 2017 through July 31, 2018.

  • Office Administration (guest pre-arrival prep, property communications, calendaring, etc.)
  • Planning and execution of Crossings Programmed Events (Summer Camps and Retreat Season)
  • Answering phone calls from guests, receiving payments, and realying important information to property
  • Retreat and Camp planning with property.

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The Program Interns help plan and execute summer camp programming for both student and kids’ camps. They will work at the Central Office and relocate to one of the properties during the summer. Employment period is May 1, 2017 through July 31, 2018.

  • Assist in the development of Bible study materials that are used for student and kids’ camps.
  • Primary function includes assisting in the development and execution of camp programming
  • Assist in developing and promoting camp themes and the content for related promotional materials.
  • Assist in recruiting and hiring summer camp staff.
  • Plan and oversee the implementation of camp worship services. This includes emceeing, choosing songs, planning service orders, liaising with camp pastors, and more.
  • Provide leadership to summer staff.
  • Assist in developing the content for promotional videos used during worship services.
  • Cultivate specific skills in developing bible studies, exercising biblical discernment, providing leadership.
  • Participate in all intern development activities and programming.
  • Fulfill other tasks as assigned by Director of Programming.

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Provide leadership that creates a culture to develop relationships with our staff and our guests that leads to a greater understanding of the gospel and seeks to display a level of excellence that anticipates, meets and exceeds our guests’ needs. The Facilities Intern is responsible for supporting the Director in maintaining all building facilities, grounds and equipment on property through both ongoing repairs and preventative maintenance. This is a full time position with appropriate housing and benefits. Hours will be determined by the season of the year. Employment period is May 1, 2017 through July 31, 2018.

  • Upholding excellence in adherence to (and development of) procedural and safety policies and standards
  • Lead seasonal staff and volunteers to execute safety and excellence to create a distraction free experience for guests
  • Assist Director in cost-efficient operation by stewarding inventory, proper equipment use, etc.
  • On­going and proactive evaluation of quality and safety as it relates buildings/grounds to our staff and guests

Learn More

Provide leadership that creates a culture to develop relationships both with our staff and our guests which leads to a greater understanding of the Gospel and seeks to display a level of excellence that anticipates, meets and exceeds our guests’ needs. The Food Service Intern will assist the Food Service Director to create a distraction free dining room experience and ensure the execution of safe and healthy meals to our guests. This includes leading and developing seasonal staff to deliver meals that exceed our guest’s expectations. This will be a one­year, paid commitment with appropriate housing provided. Hours will be determined by the season of the year.

  • Ability to lead by example and coach others to a high level of self­discipline, cleanliness and organization
  • Desire to spiritually and professionally develop yourself and seasonal staff
  • Ability to consistently deliver high standards of excellence in a fast­paced environment
  • Desire to build relationships with guests to best discern how to exceed their needs and capture their loyalty
  • Ability to effectively evaluate situations/staff and discern ways to improve/develop excellence
  • Efficiency in Microsoft Office, i.e. Word, Excel, Outlook
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Provide leadership that creates a culture to develop relationships both with our staff and our guests which leads to a greater understanding of the Gospel and seeks to display a level of excellence that anticipates, meets and exceeds our guests’ needs. The Hospitality Intern will assist in the development of Crossing’s programmed events as well as recruiting and leading seasonal staff.  Additionally, they are responsible for location specific office logistics and property preparedness; including pre-arrival cleanliness and setup, registration and post departure cleanup. This will be a one year, paid commitment with appropriate housing provided. Hours will be determined by the season of the year. .Employment period is May 1, 2017 through July 31, 2018.

  • Planning and execution of Crossings Programmed Events (Summer Camps and Retreat Season)
  • Office Administration (guest pre-arrival prep, guest onsite registration, payroll, scheduling staff, calendaring, etc.)
  • Supporting Guest Relations for the Property (Summer Camps and Retreat Season)
  • Recruiting, Leading and Developing Seasonal Program Staff
  • Housekeeping and conference setups execution for all facilities on property

Learn More