Employment

To protect our Christian witness to a lost world, Bellevue Baptist Church continues its long-standing practice of requiring ceremonies, employee conduct, and facility uses to be in harmony with its doctrinal beliefs as expressed in the Southern Baptist Convention’s most recently adopted statement of faith.

In compliance with Federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required employment eligibility verification form upon hire.

Current Positions

Sous Chef

Job Title: Sous Chef       

Status: Full Time 

Major Duties:

Responsible for daily production of all food preparation in coordination with and fulfillment of the Culinary Ministry Manager’ commitments to clients and calendar information systems. Oversees work of back-of-house Culinary Ministry personnel and provides coaching and feedback to personnel in all facets of daily back-of-house production tasks including maintaining proper food storage and handling practices. Works closely with the front-of-house Crew Leader to ensure continuity in the service of all Culinary Ministry events. Maintain a sanitary and healthy working environment.

 

Specific Tasks:

 

  • To set an example, uphold and champion all Culinary Ministry plans and goals as set forth by our Lord Jesus Christ
  • Responsible to be out in a highly visible position for leadership and supervision while expediting Culinary Ministry events.
  • Manages all daily operations of kitchen cleaning and food production.
  • Works closely with Culinary Ministry Manager to develop and provide menus, while staying current to latest trends.
  • Keep staff informed of all important information and events, upkeep and use of the church’s facilities. Direct involvement of working alongside of the staff. Requirements include teaching, training, and sharing of your accumulated Culinary Ministry experiences with personnel.
  • Commitment to develop a work environment of close relationships, genuine trust, respect, accountability and encouragement is essential.
  • Must be appropriately dressed and groomed in proper uniform at all times.
  • Any and all duties as assigned by the Culinary Ministry Manager

Accountable to the Culinary Ministry Manager for exceeding standards in the areas of food production and cleanliness.

 

Supervisor’s Philosophy:

Independent, but always keeps close eye on daily operations and tasks.

Assumes integrity and honesty of others.

Supervisory Duties 

Gives direction, coaching and training to full-time Cooks in meeting job performance objectives, timely food product production, exceptional food quality, and for meeting cleanliness and sanitation standards.

 

Co-Workers:

Sous Chef: Must work closely with the Culinary Ministry Manager and Front-of-House Crew leader to successfully complete all Culinary Ministry Events.

 

Compensation Plan: Hourly; non-exempt

 

Safety/Ergonomic Issues:

On feet for long hours and some heavy lifting

 

Environment Situations:

Some long, demanding, stressful days. Even sometimes chaotic but always a pleasant and friendly Christian work environment.

 

Education Required:

High School degree

 

Certificate/License Required:

Accreditation preferred, but not required.

 

Specific Experience Required:

Three years minimum kitchen supervisory experience. Experience in determining quantity food preparation as well as small party production. Previous experience in a role where safe food handling, identification and storage, food handling sanitizing and storage of equipment, utensils and flatware were included as key competencies of the position(s) requirements.

 

Specific Skills Required:

Basic mathematics, quantity calculation, recipe reading and production, organization and leadership abilities.

 

Physical Abilities:

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to walk, stand and bend; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl and talk or hear. The employee is frequently required to climb or balance. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus.

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Working Conditions:

Hot and cold working conditions, frequent exposure to high heat, steam and freezers.

 

 

 

 

Ministry Assistant, Missions

Job Title: Ministry Assistant, Missions

Status: Full time

Major Duties:

Provide administrative support and general assistance to the Minister, Missions (National and International Missions)

Arrange flights for Mission teams

Make travel arrangements for mission projects

Department Timekeeper duties for Kronos Timekeeping software

Manage office needs

Reschedule work hours for part-time employees as needed.

Communicate with staff and team leaders

 

Specific Tasks:

Missions Projects

Type letters and correspondence, answer phone, schedule appointments/meetings and calendar request. Prepare Missions Projects information for general meetings

Prepare leaders and participants handbooks

Keep records of balance due for participants for missions projects

Deposit money received for mission projects participants

Order general office supplies.

Order missions project supplies (Bibles, tract, pencils, eyeglasses, stickers, and shirts)

Prepare transfer vouchers for participant/projects insurance.

Request money needed for projects

Prepare leaders’ folders

Transfer scholarship monies to participants’ balances

Review financial/budget reports

Add project registrations to Touch Point

Enter projects in E-Space

Have projects added to website

Complete CRF’s to Communications Services for publications (Bellevue Today, Bellevue More); printing

Prepare Prayer Cards & Pioneer Evangelism Certificates

Prepare check requests and purchase orders

 

Serve Out Missions Conference

Correspond with Missionaries / organizations participating

Maintain listing of attendees and their booth needs

Order tables for Expo

Oversee booth placement & signage

Prepare name tags

Missions Banquet / reception for missionaries / luncheons as needed

Compile information for the Missionary Prayer Booklet

Complete any Communication Request forms for Serve Out magazine, promotional signage, Prayer Guide, and any other items to be created by Communications Services.

Keep schedules for 3 mission homes that are available for missionaries.

Enter in work orders for repairs for mission homes and vehicles.

Prepare check request for quarterly support.

Prepare yearly budget worksheets

Any other duties assigned by Minister of Missions or Administrative Pastor. 

 

Supervises: None directly, but acts on behalf of Minister of Missions to communicate and instruct other Missions employees. 

Co-Workers:

4 plus several temporary and/or part-time employees 

 

Days/Hours:

5 days a week

40 hours weekly (additional hours when requested by supervisor)

When preparing for conference/project meetings working overtime may be necessary.

 

Compensation Plan: Salaried, Non-Exempt

Career Growth Opportunities:

Computer training is available

 

Safety/Ergonomic Issues: Heavy computer work and using keyboard to perform tasks.

Ability to Restructure Job/Environment to Fit Employee:

Flexible with hours when need arises. May prioritize work according to deadlines.

 

Work Environment Situations:

This is a safe, comfortable environment inside an office. There is a certain amount of stress involved in meeting deadlines.

 

Education Required:

High School diploma required, college courses preferred

 

Certificate/License Required: N/A

 

Specific Experience Required:

2 years office administrative support experience

Executive administrative assistant experience preferred

 

Specific Skills Required:

Strong computer skills (Word and Excel)

Strong typing/keyboarding skills

10 Key adding machine skills

Organizational skills

Relational and interpersonal strengths

Proficiency in verbal, non-verbal and technological communications skills

 

Physical Abilities:

Must be able to sit at a computer & enter data for several hours a day, viewing a monitor for long periods of time. While performing the duties of this job the employee is regularly required to use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms and talk or hear. Employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 10 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus. Employee will have occasional responsibilities that require ability to drive a motorized vehicle.

  

Working Conditions: Primarily indoor, climate-controlled office setting

Ministerial Assistant positions (Internships)

Bellevue’s Ministerial Assistant Leadership Track is a program designed to intentionally raise up year-round ministerial assistants and send out prepared ministry leaders. Through monthly seminars with Bellevue’s Leadership Team as well as hands-on, practical ministry opportunities, ministerial assistants will gain valuable tools and resources that will prepare them for future ministry.

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Childcare Worker

SUMMARY OF DUTIES:
Teaching and caretaker responsibilities for children ages 0 to 5 years during church services and 0 to 5th grade for special events.

Specific tasks include:
Follow curriculum prepared by Childcare staff with minimal supervision including:
Teaching
Storytelling
Working with children on crafts and interacting with them at play time on their eye level.

Days/Hours:
Part-time – approx. 5 hours weekly. Currently needing workers for evenings and special church wide events.

Specific Experience/Age Required:
Childcare experience required. Must be 16 years of age or older.

Must have good verbal communication skills to interact with parents.

Physical Abilities (Demand Characteristics):
While performing the duties of this Job, the employee is regularly required to use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms and talk or hear. The employee is occasionally required to sit. The employee is frequently required to stand; walk and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl.

Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus.

Must be able to physically pick-up children ages 0 to 3 years and change diapers according to childcare department standards.

Other Requirements: Must complete a criminal background check and drug screen.

Working Conditions: Inside temperature controlled environment.

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  • Bellevue Baptist Church
    Human Resources
    2000 Appling Road
    Cordova, TN 38016
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