Wheaton Bible Church
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Iglesia del Pueblo
9:45 English & 11:15 am Spanish
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27w500 North Ave.
West Chicago, IL 60185
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Love God, Grow Together, Reach the World


    Located 30 miles west of Chicago, Wheaton Bible Church is a non-denominational church of 4,000 people gathering in English and Spanish speaking congregations. Iglesia del Pueblo is a vibrant and growing Latino congregation that has its own identity, but is a full partner in the total ministries of Wheaton Bible Church.

    For over 85 years, our church has responded to the call to love God, grow together, and reach the world. We have followed Jesus, and the stories that God has written in and through our church are remarkable. We are a Gospel-driven, mission-focused church with a large local and global presence. Our commitment to the Gospel, to the Word of God, and to discipleship has been the foundation of our church and continues to shape our vision.

    Today we believe God has given us a holy restlessness to follow Jesus more fully, and a renewed sense of urgency to embrace the Great Commission, to love our neighbors, share our personal faith stories, and to tell the Gospel story. Our vision is simply to be compelled by His love—to be the Church and to make disciples who themselves will make disciples, both here and around the world.

    Local Impact Administrative Assistant/Volunteer Coordinator

    Part-time: 35 Hours/Week, reduced hours during the summer months

    (Posted 11/24/2015)

    Wheaton Bible Church is looking to hire an Administrative Assistant/Volunteer Coordinator to support our Local Impact ministries. The person in this position will honor God by providing administrative support and volunteer coordination to the Local Impact ministries of Wheaton Bible Church.


    1. Local Impact Administrative Support:
      1. Handle phone, correspondence, check requests and other finances.
      2. Support ministry team leaders including Hunger Team, Puente staff, Refugee Resettlement, Adoption, Big Buddies, and Safe Families.
      3. Coordinate special events including CareFest, Local Impact Zones, Local Impact training, MissionsFest, and Christmas Store Gift Drive. Reserve rooms, arrange for set up, technical and equipment needs, and coordinate food.
      4. Work with Communication team to coordinate Local Impact communications via web, video, bulletin, and social media.
      5. Participate as a member of WBC staff and perform other duties as assigned.
    2. Volunteer Support:
      1. Work with Local Impact Pastor and Puente del Pueblo Director to create a 12-month plan for Puente volunteer recruitment, care, and management; coordinate all logistics and communication for this plan.
      2. Participate in volunteer recruitment events at Wheaton College, Wheaton Academy and other Puente partner organizations. Network with new partners and deepen relationships with current partners.
      3. Assist Local Impact Pastor with training Puente Staff in iCARE policies and ensure these policies are being practiced. Plan three Puente Staff & Volunteer events per year.
      4. Work with Literacy DuPage to plan annual Puente ESL Tutor training.
      5. Provide ongoing logistical and relational support to Puente’s ESL Tutors.
      6. Oversee and manage Local Impact Volunteer application process
        • Follow up with prospective volunteers and send out applications and information; send WBC Volunteer Staff Coordinator data on prospective volunteers.
        • Review applications; conduct background checks and reference checks. Interview prospective volunteers for Puente and follow up with pastoral recommendations.
        • Contact volunteer regarding their placement; connect volunteer with appropriate ministry leader
        • Ensure training and orientation of new volunteers
        • Assemble a New Volunteer Welcome Kit for each new volunteer and make sure these kits are given to all new volunteers. (Puente only)
      7. Conduct exit interviews with volunteers and conduct annual volunteer satisfaction survey (Puente only)
      8. Update volunteer position descriptions. Submit updates to WBC Volunteer Staff Coordinator.
      9. Issue volunteer reports, statistics, stories, etc. (Puente only)
      10. Review for final approval all WBC volunteer applications as part of the WBC Child Protection Process.

    Core Competencies

    1. Committed to holiness and developing a personal walk with God in order to model and lead others in their faith.
    2. Desire to pursue professional, personal, and spiritual development.
    3. Spiritual giftedness in administration, encouragement and helps.
    4. Proven organizational and time management skills.
    5. Well-developed computer skills, including Microsoft Office suite.
    6. Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
    7. Strong interpersonal skills; team player
    8. Lovingly serve those who come to the office, call, or email.
    9. Proven initiative and resourcefulness.
    10. Bilingual in English and Spanish a plus.
    11. Attend Wheaton Bible Church or Iglesia del Pueblo and agree with WBC Statement of Faith.

    If you are interested in applying for this position, please email your resume and cover letter to Human Resources, .

    Caring for Kids Coordinator

    Part-time: 16 Hours/Week (includes Monday day and evening), off during June and July.

    (Posted 11/24/2015)

    Wheaton Bible Church is looking to hire a Caring For Kids Coordinator. The purpose of this ministry is to provide a safe place for children experiencing loss in the family unit due to separation, divorce or death, giving them a place of support and a voice to be valued during their journey of loss. This position is also a motivator and promoter of the Caring for Kids (C4K) ministry within the church, community, schools, and among family therapists and counseling agencies.


    1. Administer the C4K program.
      • Maintain communication with C4K families, and volunteers.
      • Oversee all facets of Monday evening C4K program, including set up, curriculum prep, meal team, dinner communication, check in/out procedures, large and small group times, and clean up.
      • Organize and implement family orientation night at the beginning of each session and a family celebration night at the end of each session.
      • Keep financial records and manage the C4K budget.
      • Maintain the C4K pages in myWBC database, including registration, family profiles, group communication, and attendance.
    2. Care for C4K families.
      • Respond to family crises as they arise.
      • Strengthen the family unit to move forward in God’s love and grace, and establish and deepen their walk with Christ.
      • Encourage a positive and trusting environment for our families by providing hope through God’s Word.
    3. Create teams of trained volunteers by providing leadership, support, vision, strategy and a biblically based curriculum.
      • Recruit, equip, train, empower and encourage volunteers to become front line leaders.
      • Serve as a shepherd for the ministry team, and ensure the care of ministry volunteers.
      • Ensure all volunteers have completed and have been approved through the Child Protection process.
    4. Promote the C4K ministry.
      • Work with the Communication team to implement a promotional plan for internal and external communication.
      • Visit schools and school social workers with information about C4K.
      • Work with pastoral staff to maintain a list of qualified Christian therapists and a reciprocal referral list to help existing families.
    5. Serve as part of the Children’s Ministry team for vision casting, ministry direction, and planning.
    6. Participate as a staff member for the general body of Wheaton Bible Church and support the overall mission, vision and annual priorities of WBC.

    Core Competencies

    1. Have a personal, growing relationship with Jesus Christ and be committed to holiness and developing your walk with God in order to model and lead others in their faith.
    2. If married, love your spouse and prioritize your marriage. If you are a parent, disciple your children to know God and to love Him.
    3. 3–5 years related experience and/or a degree in social work, psychology, mental health, or education
    4. Pastoral heart for the C4K families and for the volunteer staff leaders.
    5. Desire to pursue professional, personal, and spiritual development.
    6. Spiritual gifts should include several of the following: leadership, shepherding, hospitality, administration and discernment.
    7. Outstanding communication and networking skills.
    8. Excellent administrative and organization skills and a commitment to follow-through.
    9. Computer skills, including a good working knowledge of the Microsoft Office suite.
    10. Attend Wheaton Bible Church and agree with the WBC Statement of Faith.

    If you are interested in applying for this position, please email your resume and cover letter to Human Resources, .

    Iglesia del Pueblo Youth Pastor

    Full-time: 40+ Hours/Week

    (Posted 11/10/2015)

    To lead Iglesia del Pueblo Student Ministry with the purpose of connecting the hearts of students to the Gospel and encouraging them to pursue a disciple-making lifestyle.


    1. Teaching: Prepare and preach Sunday sermons. Prepare discussion questions for Sunday morning small groups, for Puente del Pueblo Christian Education, and for Friday night Gospel Teams.
    2. Pastoral: Shepherd and invest in the lives of students, both in and outside of the church. Shepherd Student Ministry leaders and Puente del Pueblo students as needed. Pray for the student ministry as a whole, and for students, leaders, and families.
    3. Discipleship: Provide accountability, community, and counseling for volunteers, students, and families. Plan and lead an intentional discipleship program. Meet with students for discipleship and to develop future leaders.
    4. Leading: Lead student ministry teams and strategic ministry programming. Develop and invest in volunteer leaders and the student leadership team, meeting on a bi-monthly basis, and providing opportunities and feedback. Meet regularly with Lead Pastor of IDP for leadership development and mentoring.
    5. Planning: Plan and coordinate teaching schedule and topics, program calendar, and bi-monthly leader meetings. Plan and coordinate monthly special events, two annual retreats, and an annual missions trip.
    6. Missions: Plan and coordinate bi-monthly serving events and an annual summer missions trip. Identify and train students to be on the Welcome Team.
    7. Administration and Communication: Meet with and regularly update IDP staff. Communicate weekly with leaders, students, and parents. Create and maintain ministry communication via calendars, website, event brochures, and other channels. Maintain student and visitor information. Develop and manage finances and the ministry budget.
    8. Other: Participate as a member of the staff team for the general body of Iglesia del Pueblo and Wheaton Bible Church, and be available to assist in general duties as opportunities arise.

    Core Competencies

    1. Committed to holiness and to developing a personal walk with God in order to model and lead others in their faith and in making disciples.
    2. If married, be committed to the biblical principles of marriage. If you have children, disciple your children to know God and love Him.
    3. Bachelor’s degree in youth ministry, Bible/theology, or related field.
    4. One to five years full-time youth ministry experience in a para-church or church ministry.
    5. Committed to recognizing and cultivating the command of discipleship within the lives of students.
    6. Passion for the spiritual growth of students and their families.
    7. Gifts in the creative arts and in leading worship are a plus.
    8. Ability to effectively equip God’s people for service in the church.
    9. Desire to pursue professional, personal, and spiritual development.
    10. Strong interpersonal, communication, and productivity skills.
    11. Bi-lingual in Spanish and English.

    If you are interested in applying for this position, please email your resume and cover letter to Human Resources, .

    Iglesia del Pueblo Administrative Assistant

    Full-time: 35 Hours/Week; Monday–Friday

    (Posted 11/10/2015)

    To administratively support all aspects of Iglesia del Pueblo. To serve as a partner in ministry with the Lead Pastor, the mission, and leadership of Iglesia del Pueblo.

    Assistant to the Lead Pastor and Pastoral Staff (25%)

    • Serve as a partner in ministry.
    • Handle reception, phone and email correspondence.
    • Coordinate calendar, scheduling appointments and meetings.
    • Schedule airline flights for conferences and ministry trips.
    • Develop, maintain and coordinate IDP annual ministry calendar.

    Assistant to IDP Ministries (75%)

    • Arrange for event and room set up and assist with preparations for dinners, retreats, and special events. This includes ordering food, arranging hotels and transportation, processing expenses, and coordinating volunteers.
    • Assist with and print communication material for IDP, including Sunday bulletins.
    • Maintain church data-base of IDP attendees, members, and visitors.
    • Process and submit check requests, honorariums, and credit card expenses.
    • Interview and follow-up with individuals needing financial assistance
    • Oversee the processes for the annual Grace and Truth Ministry Conference (registration sales, material orders, guest speakers, and volunteers).
    • Send communication updates, provide materials, and maintain attendance records for students at Training Center.
    • Review and follow-up on Children’s Ministry volunteer applications and references, and run background checks on CM volunteers.
    • Coordinate Funeral Services, Wedding Ceremonies and Receptions
    • Complete other projects as assigned.

    Core Competencies

    1. Commitment to spiritual, personal and professional growth.
    2. Be committed to holiness and developing your personal walk with God in order to model and lead others in their faith.
    3. If married, be committed to the biblical principles of marriage. If you have children, disciple them to know God and to love Him.
    4. Strong relational and interpersonal skills, with the ability to maintain a high degree of confidentiality.
    5. Proven self-starter with excellent organizational and time management skills.
    6. Prior administrative experience and project management skills.
    7. Solid knowledge of the Microsoft Office Suite including Outlook, Word, Excel, plus design and layout skills.
    8. Must be fully bi-lingual in Spanish and English, including written grammatical competence in both languages.
    9. Willing to fully participate as an active member of Iglesia del Pueblo.

    If you are interested in applying for this position, please email your resume and cover letter to Human Resources, . Please include a brief description of your faith journey in your cover letter.

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