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Req. No.:0234
Job Title:Administrative Assistant (Senior Minister's Office)
Reports to:Executive Assistant (Senior Minister's Office)
Department:Senior Minister/Executive Minister
Work hours:Sunday-Thursday
Pay Type:Hourly

Job Summary:

Assists in the day-to-day administrative support for the office of the Senior Minister & Executive Minister; assists the Executive Assistant with projects, coordinates all communications, and schedules appointments for the Senior Minister & Executive Minister.

Essential Job Responsibilities:

  • Provides administrative support, including drafting correspondence, reports, and remarks for the Senior Minister and Executive Minister
  • Assists in coordinating the calendar for the Senior Minister and Executive Minster and apprising them of requests for appearances
  • Handles the incoming and outgoing phone calls for the Senior Minister and Executive Minister
  • Purchases and maintains supplies, arranges for equipment maintenance, and prepares essential documentation

  • Prepares authorization forms for payment, check requests, and petty cash requests
  • Schedules and manages travel arrangements for the Senior Minister and Executive Minister; preparing detailed itinerary
  • Arranges for transportation and lodging for visiting ministers and following through on arrangements for special events initiated by the Senior Minister and Executive Minister
  • Receives, greets visitors (employees and guests) of the Senior Minister and Executive Minister
  • Interfaces with church leadership, church members, staff, and others on projects or issues that are assigned by the Senior Minister, Executive Minister, and Executive Assistant
  • Partners with the Communications Department on submitting biographical and other background information as requested by media, magazines, and organizations in advance of speaking engagements
  • Researches various subjects relating to the work of the Senior Minister and/or Executive Minister
  • Acts as personal assistant to the staff in the Senior Minister’s office
  • Experience and Education Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree preferred
  • Up to 2 years of administrative experience preferred
  • Demonstrated ability to work with discretion within a confidential environment
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including letter and report writing, minute-taking, proofreading, etc.
  • Proficient in Microsoft suite of products including Word, Excel, and Power Point
  • Proficient in Internet research tools
  • Demonstrated ability to prioritize multiple tasks to meet deadlines
  • Demonstrated ability to interact in a collaborative manner with other ministries and teams
  • Strong critical thinking and problem solving skills required
  • Professional demeanor and ability to interact and influence at all levels of the Church
  • Ability to behave within the Staff Vision of The Riverside Church - “Love is our Aim and Mutual Respect our Pathway"
  • If you are interested in applying for this role, please forward a cover letter and resume to hresources@theriversidechurchny.org.

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    Req. No.:0233
    Job Title:Worship Administrative Assistant
    Reports to:Director of Worship
    Department:Worship
    Work hours:20 hours per week
    Pay Type:Hourly

    Job Summary:

    The Worship Administrative Assistant will provide direct support to the Senior Minister and Executive Minister in all administrative & logistical capacities for Worship. Responsibilities and requirements are listed below.

    Essential Job Responsibilities:

    Administrative Support
  • General office support
  • Field and manage phone calls
  • Communication by phone and written correspondence with church membership and other lay people
  • Ability to relate to and communicate with the diverse membership of an urban Christian congregation, especially women, GLBT people and professional artists

    Logistical Support
  • Maintain supplies inventory by checking stock to determine inventory level; anticipating needed supplies; placing and expediting orders for supplies; verifying receipt of supplies in such areas as Communion, Baptism, Advent, Holy Week, etc.
  • Worship Presets – before Sunday worship, in preparation for communion, baptisms, etc.
  • Prepare invoices, contractor forms, 1099s, memos, letters, seasonal evaluations, and other documents, using word processing, spreadsheet or software
  • Interface with Space for Grace Caterer; Praise Team, ushers, keep track of all food-related supplies and invoices

    Office Management
  • Review mail and make notes re: follow-up
  • Manage office files and ongoing worship archives by computer and hard copy
  • Attend weekly supervision meeting with Senior Minister and Executive Minister
  • Order supplies through in-house facilities office or outside special purveyors
  • Attention to budget, maintaining excellent records and cost-effective choices

    Programs and Events Coordination
  • Handle administrative detail
  • Work with Senior Minister and Executive Minister and church members/Commission to organize the components needed to initiate, run and conclude small and large services
  • Assist in creating action plans and flow of worship documents with Senior Minister and Executive Minister and church leaders

  • Commission/Lay Person Support
  • Interface (by phone and email) with lay people/volunteers, confirm rehearsals, sound checks, readings and baptisms
  • Keep current the database info on all Commission members in Outlook
  • Support the creation of an “altar guild” of creative and performing artists connected to the Worship Office

  • Worship Production Management
  • Assist in Production/Stage Management duties for special services, such as Candlelight Festival, Foot washing, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, Easter Vigil, Resurrection Day, etc.
  • Experience and Education Requirements:

  • Undergraduate education; Seminary education, preferred, and two to four years administrative experience required
  • Ability to perform duties with Christian kindness, as well as a high level of appropriate discretion and confidentiality
  • Excellent interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills
  • Proactive, self-initiating, organized, flexible, and detail-oriented, with ability to multi-task, work well independently and meet deadlines
  • A facility with liberal Christian Protestant liturgy, people, vocabulary and environments
  • Able to plan projects, prioritize and follow through
  • Able to work under pressure, and in a collaborative environment
  • Strong computer knowledge and strong skills in Microsoft Office Suite, facility with Raiser’s Edge, familiar with E-mail applications and ability to research on the internet
  • Positive, professional and compassionate demeanor
  • A compassionate appreciation for human beings and their ups and downs
  • If you are interested in applying for this role, please forward a cover letter and resume to hresources@theriversidechurchny.org.

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    Job Title:Director of Music
    Work Week:Full-time

      The Riverside Church in NYC is seeking a Director of Music for this multicultural church. We seek a person who has experience leading a comprehensive and vibrant music ministry. We desire a person whose personal characteristics and skills include: a commitment to a culture of mutual respect, openness and love in our diverse community; good judgment; vibrant energy and a passion for the work and its possibilities; the ability to set and meet priorities; a demonstrated capacity to work collaboratively and trustworthiness. The job description is as follows:

    Job Summary:

  • To develop and lead the worship music ministry for our church, in consultation with the senior pastor and worship team members, in a way that is consistent with The Riverside Church mission, values, and theology
  • Essential Job Responsibilities:

    1) Collaborates with the Senior Minister and Worship Director in the development of Sunday Services of Worship.
    2) Selects liturgically appropriate choral and organ music, as well as hymns, for Sunday Services of Worship while considering preaching themes.
    3) Coordinates the procurement and care of choral sheet music, including administration of the music library.
    4) Provides musical leadership for Sunday Services of Worship
    5) Provides music and musical guidance for incidental services (e.g., weddings, funerals, and ordinations).
    6) Oversee and coordinate musical ensembles including The Riverside Choir, The Inspirational Choir, The Cherub Choir (children), The Rising Voices Choir (youth), The Riverside Ringers, The Space for Grace Praise Team and guest artists/groups.
    7) Serves as Music Director of the Riverside Choir
  • Directs a choir composed of professional and semi-professional singers.
  • Auditions and hires prospective members.
  • Supervises choir calendar.
  • Conducts rehearsals.
  • Manages choir administration.
    8) Functions as manager of Music Department
  • Prepares and administers Music Department budget.
  • Supervises Music Department staff (including Administrative Assistant, Organist and Carillonneur) and volunteers.
  • Serves as Staff Liaison to the Music Committee and Worship Commission.
  • Supervises maintenance, care, and use of the church’s musical instruments, including the organs (nave, Christ Chapel, and Chapel of the Cross), pianos, and smaller instruments (timpani and other percussion instruments)
  • In collaboration with the Department of communications, promotes and advertises musical events.
  • Represents music concerns at senior staff meetings.
    9) Plans two or three organ recitals per year (e.g., New Year's Eve, Annual English Handbell Festival, Annual Summer Series of Organ Recitals).
    10) Supervises the Annual Summer Series of Organ Recitals, including contracting of guest artists and supervising the budget and administration of the series.
    11) Programs and performs in two or more choral concerts per year.
    12) Coordinates and supervises music, as well as provides musical leadership (as conductor) for special services (e.g., Candlelight Carol Service, Christmas Eve Service of Lessons and Carols, New Year’s Eve Watchnight Service, Ash Wednesday, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, Easter Vigil, Thanksgiving Day, and other special services as required).
  • Education/Experience Requirements:

    1) Advanced music degree
    2) Experienced professional musician
    3) Knowledge of a broad spectrum of sacred music for worship
    4) Commitment to music as ministry
    5) Willingness to become an integral part of the congregation and the ministry of the Church
    6) Proven ability to offer innovative musical leadership>br> 7) A clear understanding of the theological position of the Riverside Church and its commitment to faith development and social justice and a willingness to work with the church to achieve its ministry
    8) Demonstrated ability to interact in a collaborative manner with other ministries and staff
    9) Experience in administration, developing budgets, controlling expenditures, and supervising staff
    10) Excellent verbal and communication skills
    11) A strong sense of attention to detail and a commitment to accuracy and thoroughness in all aspects of job performance, administrative and musical
    12) 5 to 7 years of applicable experience
    Applicants are to submit their curriculum vitae and a cover letter of interest that addresses their candidacy to The Riverside Church. These materials are to be sent to the attention of Valentina Soto, Director of Human Resources at hresources@theriversidechurchny.org. A review of applications will begin on October 21, 2014 and continue through November 30, 2014.

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    Job Title:Minister of Education
    Department:Education
    Work Week:Full-time

      The Riverside Church in NYC is seeking to call a Minister of Education for this multicultural church. We seek a person who has experience leading a comprehensive and vibrant educational ministry. We desire a person whose personal characteristics and skills include: a commitment to a culture of mutual respect, openness and love in our diverse community; good judgment; vibrant energy and a passion for the work and its possibilities; the ability to set and meet priorities; a demonstrated capacity to work collaboratively and trustworthiness. The job description is as follows:

    Job Summary:

  • To oversee a comprehensive program of Christian education, that aims to form and transform church members in the love and knowledge of God, revealed through Jesus Christ and the Scriptures of the Bible.
  • Regular participation in Sunday morning worship and sharing in other worship experiences (e.g., Space for Grace, funerals, weddings)
  • Essential Job Responsibilities:

    1) Develop a comprehensive strategy for Education annually in collaboration with the Education Commission, being guided by the mission of the Church and Commission policies and goals.
    2) Oversee planning, organization, administration, implementation, and evaluation of all programs.
    3) Provide staff services for the Education Commission, working closely with the Chair and subcommittees.
    4) Develop an annual budget for Education, in collaboration with the Commission.
    5) Oversee and actively participate in adult Christian education programs, attending particularly to the training and development of teachers.
    6) Supervise the work of the Director for Children, Youth and Families.
    70 Advocate for participants in the Education programs; communicate their needs and concerns to staff, lay leaders, and congregation.
    8) Staff Education programs with qualified educators / mentors who represent the diversity of The Riverside Church.
    9) Share in the pastoral care of the congregation.
    10) Participate in the planning and sharing in the leadership of worship services at the Church.
    11) Oversee the activities and budget of Riverside libraries.
    12) Identify and recruit resource consultants as necessary.
    13) Supervise field placement and seminary interns.
    14) 5 to 7 years of applicable experience.

    Education/Experience Requirements:

    1) Membership and ordination in a denomination which is a member of the National Council of Churches.
    2) Master's degree (M.Div., M.A.R., or a comparable degree) with experience in ordained ministry.
    3) Demonstrated theological understanding consistent with established core values of the Riverside Church; especially with regard to excellence and experience in the field of Christian education.
    4) Experience in pastoral relationships, preferably in a congregation with a multi-cultural membership and an ethnically diverse staff.
    5) Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.
    6) Demonstrated ability to interact in a collaborative manner with other ministries and staff.
    7) Experience in administration, budgeting, and staff supervision
    Applicants are to submit their curriculum vitae and a cover letter of interest that addresses their candidacy to The Riverside Church. These materials are to be sent to the attention of Valentina Soto, Director of Human Resources at hresources@theriversidechurchny.org. A review of applications will begin on October 21, 2014 and continue through November 30, 2014.

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    Job Title:Director of Stewardship and Development
    Department:Stewardship & Development
    Work Week:Full-time
    Job Summary:

      The Riverside Church in NYC is seeking a Director of Stewardship and Development to plan and implement an annual congregational stewardship campaign and a robust development plan with a focus on individual donors as well as foundation grants. We desire a person whose personal characteristics and skills include: a commitment to a culture of mutual respect, openness and love in our diverse community; good judgment; vibrant energy and a passion for the work and its possibilities; the ability to set and meet priorities; a demonstrated capacity to work collaboratively and trustworthiness. The job description is as follows:

    Essential Job Responsibilities:

      1) Develop and implement an annual stewardship campaign including the following elements:
    • Determine annual campaign targets and giving levels
    • Create campaign materials and rollout strategy in anticipation of harvest Sunday pledge day (Sunday before Thanksgiving)
    • Elaborate and execute strategy for increasing pledges and gifts
    • Stewardship Committee – Provide staff support, plan meeting agendas in close collaboration with chair and manage effective communication with chair and members
    • 2) Plan and implement a comprehensive development plan including the following elements:
    • Planned giving – Convene a Planned Giving Task Force under the umbrella of the Stewardship Committee to launch and guide the development of the program to include wills and bequests
    • Grant program – Seek, research and apply for grants from foundation, state and federal sources. Coordinate work of freelance grant writer. Work in coordination with staff from grants program and staff of Riverside Community Development Corporation. Coordinate with grant writer on opportunities for funding of Riverside programs, working with various ministries and programs
    • Major Gift Initiative – Develop major gift program to seek significant contributions to support the mission and long-term health of the Church. Some initiatives would include the following: giving triangle for annual campaign, cultivation breakfasts (or other contact) with ministerial leaders, donor solicitations, visit preparation for Senior Minister, use of leadership volunteers in solicitation
    • Stewardship Committee – Provide staff support, plan meeting agendas in close collaboration with chair and manage effective communication with chair and members
    • 3) Coordinate special events such as 85th Anniversary Celebration (fall of 2015); a smaller fund raising event in conjunction with Candlelight a possibility; James Washington Award breakfast third Sunday of May; small cultivation breakfasts with Senior Minister.

      4) Manage and provide leadership and education to the Stewardship Coordinator

    • In conjunction with coordinator, set goals for that function and monitor progress
    • Work closely with coordinator and systems administrator on implementing decisions for Raisers Edge
    • Enable coordinator to achieve autonomy and growth in position

    Education / Experience Requirements:

      1) Education
    • Bachelors degree (BA or BS) required. Undergraduate degree in finance, marketing, business administration or related field of interest
    • Advanced degree preferred
      • 2) Work Experience
      • Minimum of 8+ years of demonstrated development experience, preferably for a large, multifaceted nonprofit and/or religious institution
      • Development experience in New York City preferred
      • Demonstrated success in annual and planned giving, major gift solicitation and special events
      • Experience with Raisers Edge as fund raising data base preferred
      • Demonstrated technical fluency harnessed for fund raising, e.g. such tools as Crowd Funding, GoFundMe and Indego, as well as use of Facebook, Twitter and Instagram
      • Experience working with volunteer committees
      • Demonstrated ability to think strategically, design and implement strategies for campaigns and individual solicitations
        • 3) Vital Personal Attributes
        • Excellent communications skills both verbal and written
        • A demonstrated servant leader who is willing to learn and support the administrative vision of the Senior Minister and her/his team
        • A proven collaborative leader able to garner the respect of colleagues and congregants and motivate and train stewardship colleagues
        • Demonstrated ability to communicate ideas effectively and persuade others to accomplish challenging goals and objectives
        • Applicants are to submit their curriculum vitae and a cover letter of interest that addresses their candidacy to The Riverside Church. These materials are to be sent to the attention of Valentina Soto, Director of Human Resources at hresources@theriversidechurchny.org. A review of applications will begin on October 21, 2014 and continue through November 30, 2014.

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          Requisition No.:TRC 0053
          Job Title:Program Coordinator with the Children Youth and Family Ministry
          Reports to:Director of Children, Youth and Family Ministry
          Department:Ministry of Education
          Date:January 2013
          Work Week:Part-time; 20 hours per week
          Job Summary:

          • To provide creative and quality programs, activities and events and leadership to children, youth and families for an active, multi-cultural, open and affirming congregation.
          • To provide leadership and guidance in all areas of Children Youth and Family Ministry at The Riverside Church for Infants to 6th grade.

          Overall Essential Job Responsibilities:

          • Development, implementation and coordination of ministries and programs within the scope of Children Youth and Family Ministry
          • Organize and participate in the recruitment and training of volunteer leaders
          • Attend weekly meetings/planning sessions for Children, Youth, & Families programs
          • Prepare monthly reports to reflect progress of programs and activities
          • Maintain the proper coordination and working relationships with parents and volunteers, other church staff, lay leaders and co-workers in the ministry and fulfill other necessary functions that would enable the Children & Youth Ministry and programs to operate with efficiency.
          • Assist the Director of Children, Youth, & Families in shaping and nurturing spiritual formation and personal growth & development of children and youth
          • Provide communication between children, parents, teachers, staff, volunteers, and the church at large and serve a liaison between all parties to ensure timely and effective communication
          • Provide assistance with the supervision and facilitation in Sunday Church School, Confirmation and Friday Night Live/Fellowship
          • Develop and cultivate sound working relationship with children and youth through structured age appropriate activities
          • Participate in planning and leading worship service for children and youth
          • Provide assistance in planning and implementing Youth Retreats, Career Day, Vacation Bible School, Field Trips, Special Events, Outreach, and Mission Trips
          • Forecast and prepare program budgets for special events and programs for Children & Youth Ministry
          • Participate in the creation and or selection of all programs, curricula and events to be used in the Youth Ministry program and events (Youth Bible Studies/Fellowships/Worship)
          • Oversee the coordination of children and youth ministry events and activities, including scheduling room assignments, ensuring the necessary supplies, travel arrangements, etc. are available.
          • Serve families of children, youth, and/or ensure that they receive ministry from other staff members, identify and make referrals to appropriate staff for counseling, intervention, etc.
          • Identify, develop, plan and lead an annual mission trip to engage in national and global social justice ministry.
          • Identify, develop and explore additional funding sources to support Children, Youth and Family Ministry Initiatives.
          • Performs other duties as assigned by the Director of Children, Youth, & Families

          Additional Responsibilities:

            • Convene and facilitate Youth Ministry/Youth Council Committee Meetings, Career Day Planning Committee Meetings
            • Actively participate in Sunday Morning worship

          Education / Experience Requirements:

          • Bachelor Degree required and or working towards obtaining Masters degree (Master of divinity, social work, education or comparable)
          • Commitment to working as a team player with colleagues, especially across functional lines and between church members and staff and across commission/committee lines.
          • Highly developed interpersonal and communication skills, both written and verbal
          • A clear understanding of the theological position of the Riverside Church and its commitment to faith development and social justice, and a willingness to work with the church to achieve its ministry.
          • Experience in Youth Ministry preferably in a congregation with a multi-cultural membership and a staff with ethnic diversity.
          • Demonstrated ability to interact in a collaborative manner with other ministries and staff.
          • Proven understanding of the dynamics of staff relationships, implementing change, strategic planning and conflict resolution.
          • Ability to behave within the Staff Vision of The Riverside Church - “Love is our Aim and Mutual Respect our Pathway”

           

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          Job Title: Watch Engineer/Mechanic
          Reports to: Chief Engineeer
          Department: Engineering
          Date: 4-5-13

           

          Job Summary:

          Responsible for starting up, shutting down, maintaining, troubleshooting and repairing, or arranging for repairs of all the building operating systems located within the property.

          A focus on [but not limited to] the upkeep and repair of all mechanical systems in the building. Some of the major systems are chilled, hot, condensate and condenser water; steam, heating, HVAC and associated controls for all of the above.

          Essential Job Responsibilities:

          • Responsible for all preventive maintenance, necessary maintenance and repairs to the building mechanical, electrical, HVAC, and plumbing systems. Must be familiar with the location and have working knowledge of all building mechanical, electrical, HVAC, plumbing, life safety, fire protection and security systems to ensure proper operations and be able to act upon any conditions that are out of the ordinary.
          • Conduct periodic general preventative maintenance on the mechanical, electrical, HVAC, and plumbing systems. This involves normal lubrication, adjustment, cleaning, replacement of consumable parts (such as filters, belts, indicator lights, etc.) and periodic testing of the equipment. These systems include, but are not limited to; air handling units, (including both roof top and ceiling package units), re-circulating air systems, water pumping systems, cooling plant, heating plant, and all plumbing system components. Also conduct general building maintenance as needed.
          • Be responsive to both staff and tenant requests in the areas of safety, plumbing, mechanical electrical and environmental needs through both personal contact and work order systems.
          • Responds to routine and emergency calls for repair and service as directed supervisory staff.
          • Maintain maintenance logs and records, life safety records and logs. Familiarity with preventive maintenance and work order systems.
          • Responsible for open and effective lines of communication to supervisory staff regarding past, current and future assignments and emergencies.
          • Perform all assigned work so as to ensure the safety of the buildings staff and tenants and the continuous operation of the building.
          • Be familiar with and conform to all written operating procedures associated with the site.
          • Assist in snow and ice clearing operations, including the coordination of plowing and salting activities.
          • Responsible for understanding all of the engineering teams roles and are able to be interchangeable in roles and perform other duties as assigned by supervisor for the purpose of ensuring the efficient, safe and effective environment of the Riverside Church. 

           

          Experience and Education Requirements:

          • High school diploma or equivalent preferred
          • 2 to 5 years’ experience
          • Excellent communication skills both written and verbal
          • Demonstrated ability to prioritize multiple tasks to meet deadlines
          • Demonstrated ability to interact in a collaborative manner with departments and supervisory staff

           

          Certificates and Licenses Required:

          • NYC Fire Department Certificate of Fitness- Fire Safety/EAP Director
          • NYC Fire Department Certificate of Fitness-G-60 Torch Use of Flammable Gas
          • NYC Fire Department Certificate of Fitness-P-98 Supervise Fuel Storage in Buildings
          • NYC Fire Department Certificate of Fitness- S-12- Citywide Sprinkler System
          • NYC Fire Department Certificate of Fitness- S-13- Citywide Standpipe System
          • NYC Fire Department Certificate of Fitness- F-01 Citywide Fire Guard for Impairment

          Forward resumes to hresources@theriversidechurchny.org

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          Requisition No.:TRC 0163
          Job Title:Custodian
          Reports to:Buildings & Grounds Supervisor
          Department:Buildings & Grounds
          Date: October 2012
          Scheduled Work Week: 1st Shift-7:00 am -3:30pm; 2nd Shift-3:30pm-12:00 am; 3rd Shift-11:30p-8am
          Job Summary:Responsible for performing routine tasks associated with daily cleaning and maintenance of The Riverside Church and all of its facilities.

          Essential Job Responsibilities:

          • Sweep and mop and scrub floors, stairs and other surfaces.
          • Use light and heavy equipment (industrial type) floor machines and attachments.
          • Scrub, strip, wax and polish floors using power scrubber and buffers.
          • Vacuum rugs in offices and public areas.  Shampoo rugs periodically using heavy vacuum cleaner and rug shampooing machine.
          • Clean and dust furniture, exhibit cases, pictures, door trim and chalkboards.
          • Remove, wash and replace Venetian blinds and wash ceiling light fixtures.
          • Wash window sills, glass in corridor doors, glass in telephone booths and glass in entrance doors.
          • Wash and clean interior walls.
          • Clean and service lavatories, toilet rooms and rest rooms.
          • Replace liners in wastebaskets and trash containers
          • Collect and put out garbage for Sanitation Dept. pickup. 
          • Set up and break down various rooms for church programs and outside events.
          • Move heavy furniture, supplies and miscellaneous equipment as directed.
          • Turn off lights, lock doors to rooms and offices.
          • Report items which need repairs.
          • Sweep and shovel snow from steps and walks of church
          • Lawn maintenance
          • Do laundry (tablecloths, towels, etc.)
          • Replace ordinary burnt out light bulbs (incandescent type)
          • Perform other duties as assigned.

          Experience and Education Requirements:

          • High school diploma, preferred
          • Minimum 2-5 years of facilities maintenance experience
          • Working knowledge of cleaning equipment and cleaning chemicals
          • Demonstrated ability to multi-task
          • Demonstrated ability to set up and break down rooms for events
          • Demonstrated ability to move heavy furniture, supplies and miscellaneous equipment
          • Punctual, follows instructions, responds to management direction and solicits feedback to improve performance.
          • Working knowledge of The Riverside Church.
          • Ability to behave within the Staff Vision of The Riverside Church- “Love is our Aim and Mutual Respect our Pathway”.

           

          Forward resumes to hresources@theriversidechurchny.org

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