Employment 2017-11-16T11:20:36+00:00

Employment

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Open Positions

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 Kitchen Manager will assist the Food & Beverage Manager to create a distraction free food and beverage service 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 and has an emphasis on managing the kitchen (“back of house,” food prep, proofing, thermalizing, presenting, etc.). Position will be salaried and hours will be determined by the season of the year.

  • Ability to communicate effectively with both staff and guests
  • Basic skills in using a word processor and/or spreadsheet, ie. Microsoft Office
  • Knowledge of food service equipment pertaining to proper utilization and cleaning
  • Ability to implement the effective organization of product inventory
  • Ability to create/implement concise recipe guides for food service staff
  • Ability to create/maintain records/schedules for staff, product, usage, cleaning, prep, etc.
  • Have a strong desire to work with college students and shepherd them during the summer/retreat season. Create an environment where summer staff are encouraged and desire to serve others by working in the kitchen.
  • Have a heart to teach and instruct with a proper food safety/ kitchen mindset.

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 05/31/2018 to 08/01/2018.  Room and board are provided.  Compensation is competitive and based on experience.

Essential Job Functions:

  • Maintaining, collecting, and organizing appropriate medical forms for students
  • Communicating with group leaders determining what specific students’ needs are for their duration at camp (food allergies, medical needs, behavioral needs) and communicate with appropriate camp staff to ensure needs are carried out.
  • Supply and maintain infirmary and ensuring it is in clean and operable condition
  • Conducting daily health surveillance and sick call for students
  • Responding to and administering appropriate treatment for injuries or illness
  • Dispensing medications as per standing orders
  • Assessing injured or sick students while at camp, providing care, and finally decide if they are suitable to continue the program, or if they must be sent home.
  • Able to identify emergency situations and act appropriately with Emergency action plans
  • Maintain medical treatment logs and medication administration records
  • Consult with staff directors regarding any unusual medical occurrences or situations during the course of the program
  • Must be able to communicate effectively with students, group leaders, and parents/guardians

Qualifications:

  • Unrestricted active nursing license, RN preferred.
  • Proof of professional liability insurance preferred.
  • Pediatric experience preferred
  • Must have flexible schedule and on call capabilities
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office and basic computer skills

Internships – Learn more here 

The Collegiate Program Intern would work at the Central Offie as part of our Program Administration team. This position is part time up to 30 hours per week from August thru mid-May. Starting mid-May thru July 31 this position would relocate to one of the properties during the summer and work full time during the camp season to facilitate student camping. Employment period is May 15, 2018 through July 31, 2019. The intern would have the below responsibilities and priorities:

Crossings

  • Assist in recruiting and hiring summer camp staff, including travel to college campus BCM programs and the annual BCM Converge conference.
  • Assist in the development and execution of camp programming, primarily planning and executing senior nights.
  • Find and research opportunities for Crossings Ministries to partner with Kentucky Baptist Convention BCM programs.
  • Coordinate with BCM Campus Missionaries to connect high school students/campers with KBC campus ministries.
  • Assist in the spiritual development and maturity of camp summer staffers.
  • Participate in all intern development activities and programming.
  • Fulfill other tasks as assigned by Director of Programming.

BCM/KBC

  • Assist planning and execution of the Converge conference.
  • Meet regularly with BCM administration to find creative ways to advance their programs.

 

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The Program Intern would work at the Central Office as part of our Program Administration team. This position is part time up to 30 hours per week from August thru mid-May. Starting mid-May thru July 31 this position would relocate to one of the properties during the summer and work full time during the camp season to facilitate student camping. Employment period is May 15, 2018 through July 31, 2019. The intern would have the below responsibilities and priorities:

Essential Job Functions:

  • 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.

 

Qualifications:

  • The person in this position should be a spiritually mature believer who is pursuing a life in ministry.
  • The person in this position will have some formal theological training and camp experience.
  • The person in this position should affirm and hold to the 2000 Baptist Faith and Message.

The Communications Intern would work at the Central Office as part of our Marketing and Communications team. This position is part time up to 30 hours per week from August thru mid-May.  Employment period is May 15, 2018 through July 31, 2019. The intern would have the below responsibilities and priorities:

Essential Job Functions:

  • 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.

 

Qualifications:

  • The person in this position should have completed or be pursuing a degree in Communications, Marketing, Public Relations, or a related field.
  • The person in this position should affirm and hold to the 2000 Baptist Faith and Message.
  • The ideal candidate will have experience and/or education in creative media design, communications, and technical writing.

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, 2018 through July 31, 2019.

Essential Job Functions: 

  • Office Administration (guest pre-arrival prep, guest onsite registration, payroll, scheduling staff, calendaring, etc.)
  • Planning and execution of Crossings Programmed Events (Summer Camps and Retreat Season)
  • 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.

 

Qualifications:

  • Ability to communicate effectively on the phone and in person, with both guests and staff
  • Ability to lead by example and coach others to a high level of cleanliness and organization
  • Efficiency in Microsoft Office, i.e. Word, Excel, Outlook
  • Ability to simultaneously manage, schedule and prioritize many details
  • Ability to lead peers by example and position

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, 2018 through July 31, 2019.

Essential Job Functions: 

  • Office Administration (guest pre-arrival prep, guest onsite registration, payroll, scheduling staff, calendaring, etc.)
  • Planning and execution of Crossings Programmed Events (Summer Camps and Retreat Season)
  • 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.

 

Qualifications:

  • Ability to communicate effectively on the phone and in person, with both guests and staff
  • Ability to lead by example and coach others to a high level of cleanliness and organization
  • Efficiency in Microsoft Office, i.e. Word, Excel, Outlook
  • Ability to simultaneously manage, schedule and prioritize many details
  • Ability to lead peers by example and position

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, 2018 through July 31, 2019.

Essential Job Functions:

  • 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.

 

Qualifications:

  • Ability to lead by example and coach others to a high level of self-discipline, cleanliness and organization
  • Desire to spiritually and professionally develop yourself and seasonal staff
  • Ability to consistently deliver high standards of excellence in a fast-paced 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

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, 2018 through July 31, 2019.

Essential Job Functions:

  • 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.

 

Qualifications:

  • Ability to lead by example and coach others to a high level of self-discipline, cleanliness and organization
  • Desire to spiritually and professionally develop yourself and seasonal staff
  • Ability to consistently deliver high standards of excellence in a fast-paced 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

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, 2018 through July 31, 2019.

Essential Job Functions:

  • 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

 

Qualifications:

  • 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 fast paced 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, Grounds keeping, Carpentry, Electrical, Plumbing, HVAC, Utilities (domestic water, wastewater, high voltage power)

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, 2018 through July 31, 2019.

Essential Job Functions:

  • 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

 

Qualifications:

  • 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 fast paced 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, Grounds keeping, Carpentry, Electrical, Plumbing, HVAC, Utilities (domestic water, wastewater, high voltage power)