Work at Bethany International

Are you interested in becoming part of the Bethany team by working or volunteering with us? We have a variety of options for involvement.

AM Prep Supervisor

    PURPOSE and INTENT OF JOB:  (include any and all ministerial responsibilities)

To work with Food Service Manager and is responsible for the preparation and execution of meals while teaching and managing student workers.

Key Result #1:  Ensure the kitchen is clean and meets state health code and quality department standards.

What tasks will cause this to happen?

  • Ensure all equipment is in good repair and usable
  • Ensure dishes and cookware are washed and put away as necessary
  • Ensure kitchen and dining room cleaning and maintenance projects are complete as scheduled.
  • Ensure the random, unscheduled city health inspection visits are acceptable and reports are well received and subsequent actions taken to remedy concerns. Follow through on all needed reports.
  • Ensure that food received is accounted for, is of good quality, and is put away in a timely and organized manner.

Key Result #2: Ensure Breakfast is served with excellence.

What tasks will cause this to happen?

  • Follow all food safety rules and guidelines to ensure the safety of our customers.
  • Ensure breakfast is served on time daily.
  • Deliver consistent, high quality breakfast meals each day
  • Offer new menu ideas to food service staff to improve breakfast satisfaction

Key Result #3: Train and mentor students effectively

What tasks will cause this to happen?

  • Provide a positive role model and be a mature Christian.
  • Teach and train all students effectively in daily breakfast procedures (able to communicate ideas and information clearly).
  • Speak openly, truthfully, and in the right spirit to each individual student.
  • Push students to work independently and efficiently.
  • Train students to work together in unity and care for one another.
  • Assist and occasionally lead in ongoing training of students during PT Development.

Key Result #4:Other duties as assigned

Position Requirements

  • Completion of Food Handlers Certification
  • Proven management and organizational skills
  • Strong people skills, diplomacy and wise counsel
  • Excellent verbal communication
  • Knowledge of operation of kitchen equipment
  • Be a team player that is self-motivated and self-managed.
  • Problem solver that is able to see big picture details.
  • Be physically and emotionally able to handle various pressures, tasks, and people.

Bethany Gateways Regional Care Coordinator

Bethany Gateways Regional Care Coordinator Job Description

Note: This is not a campus position with salary and benefits.

ASSIGNMENT LOCATION: Overseas. In a region where Gateways missionaries are located.

STATUS: Missionary. Must complete Missionary Application Process with Bethany Gateways. Must raise full support in advance of fielding.

QUALIFICATIONS: Note this is not an entry level member care position.

POSITION Overview:
In partnership with Gateways Regional Leaders and the Member Care Team, the Regional Care Coordinator (RCC) will proactively and reactively provide or facilitate member care for Gateways personnel in their region. They will encourage both individuals and teams in values, attitudes, and actions that promote spiritual, relational, physical, mental, and emotional health. They will utilize regional and external member care resources to respond to needs and to encourage resilience.

Key to their role is a reactive response to needs providing care and resourcing to individuals and teams, as well as a proactive preventative equipping of these individuals and teams. Together these contribute toward health and resilience, which in turn contribute toward ministry effectiveness.

By serving as a member of the Member Care Team, they will help regional Gateways personnel reach their full potential by maintaining resilience and fulfilling their calling to Take the Church to Where It’s Not and Help Others Do the Same.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Develop network of member care providers within the region who are available to provide member care services.
2. Identify member care needs within the region.
3. Mobilize member care resources to appropriately respond to needs within the region.
4. Provide consultation for Regional/Field/Team Leaders on personnel needs, policies, options, and resources.
5. Identify, train, and consult regularly with Care Facilitators (CF) in each Field/Team.
6. Promote best practice member care through training events, equipping toward health and resilience of individuals and teams.

ACTIVITIES INCLUDE:
1. Travel within the region, on a regular basis (at least once every two years) to encourage, assess needs and provide care to individuals and teams. This is also an opportunity to develop and train Care Facilitators (CF).
2. Attend regional/field/team conferences/retreats, as requested, or scheduled. Coordinate member care activities during events with leadership.
3. Encourage personnel, and facilitate teambuilding and conflict resolution, where requested by Regional/Field/Team Leaders and/or CFs.
4. Respond to and manage crisis member care needs in the region. Maintain communication with Regional Leader and Director of Member Care throughout the crisis and in debriefing the crisis response.
5. Maintain regular (minimum of monthly) contact with the Regional Leader providing needed updates and reports.
6. Maintain regular (minimum of monthly) contact with the Director of Member Care providing needed updates and reports, sharing resources and resource needs.
7. Participate in monthly Member Care Team Zoom calls to maintain an overview of Gateways global member care program, evaluate progress, plan for new programs/resources, network, and provide mutual care within the Member Care Team.
8. Submit an annual member care budget for the region in collaboration with the Regional Leader and Director of Member Care.
9. Pursue ongoing training in member care as continuing education and remaining up to date on current trends, networking, and acquiring new resources.
10. It’s strongly recommended to recruit a personal “care team” for added support, prayer, and encouragement to aid in personal resilience and well-being, through debriefing and supporting.

Researcher with BGU’s Bethany Research Institute (contract position)

 

 

 Researcher Wanted!

We at Bethany Research Institute (BRI) continue to build our capacity and are recruiting for a researcher, in part-time or full-time capacity, as a member of our global virtual research team.

BRI’s mission is to serve the global frontier mission movement by conducting world-class research around movements, missionary competence and missionary training.

Our current research projects include:

  • Research into movement catalysts – the qualities and competencies of those who have effectively catalyzed a movement
  • The spiritual formation journey of emerging movement catalysts
  • Movement training – identifying training approaches and best practices that effectively impact the ministry of movement practitioners
  • Assessments of missionary training programs’ effectiveness, curricula, and outcomes

The profile of the candidate includes experience in qualitative research and in missions training; a background in education and understanding of movements is ideal.

Starting date: from Dec 1, 2021, but negotiable

BRI is the research department of Bethany Global University in Minneapolis, Minnesota (USA), which forms part of Bethany International, a missions training and sending organization. For more on the BRI, check out

www.bethanygu.edu/research   https://bethanyinternational.org/

If you are interested, or know someone who might be, write to BRI’s Associate Director Dr. Emanuel Prinz at emanuel.prinz@bethanygu.edu for a job posting or with your application

 

Benefits

All regularly employed, full-time employees on the regular payroll are eligible for the company’s employee insurance program and other benefits. The benefits under these programs are communicated to each associate at the commencement of full-time employment and are subject to change or discontinuance.

Bethany provides all benefit-eligible employees with the following benefits:

  • Vacation Time
  • Personal Time
  • Paid Holidays
  • Life Insurance ($50,000 Policy)
  • Long-Term Disability Insurance
  • Discounted cafeteria meals

Bethany offers several optional benefits to all benefit-eligible employees, including:

  • Medical Insurance
  • Dental Insurance
  • Health Savings Account
  • Vision Insurance
  • Supplemental Life Insurance
  • Supplemental Disability Insurance

Apply For An Open Position

If you are interested in an opportunity, please apply online, including your resume and cover letter, outlining how you meet the specific requirements of the position.

While we sincerely appreciate all applications, only those candidates selected for interview will be contacted.

Please note that the selected candidate may be required to submit to a criminal records check and/or drug and alcohol screening.