With almost 500 staff members worldwide, World Changers Church International is committed to providing a rewarding work environment. Below are some of the benefits that employment with WCCI offers:

Employee Benefits >

  • Medical, dental and vision insurance (single, dependent and family coverage)
  • Short-term and long-term disability
  • Term life insurance
  • Supplemental insurance
  • Prepaid legal
  • Retirement funds (403B and Annuity)
  • Credit union
  • Paid vacation and healing time ("sick leave")
  • On-site, state-of-the-art fitness center
  • Full-service dining facility
  • Employee discounts at Changing Your World Books & Music

Current Employment Opportunities

Please see the list below to view current employment opportunities with World Changers Church International.
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  • 05/27/2016
    Vendor Services Lead- Customer & Vendor Services


    The ideal candidate must have at least 3-5 years of experience in customer services and quality control. Relationship Services Lead is responsible for all activities involving quality assurance and compliance with applicable regulatory requirements;conducts audits and reviews/analyzes data and documentation. An expert on Donor Direct tracking system and internal and external import processes. Has knowledge of commonly used concepts, practices, and procedures within a particular field. Typically reports to a supervisor or manager. Must have knowledge and handle inbound calls that demonstrate superior customer service skills. Responsibilities will include but not limited to handling inbound escalated calls, Credit Card,import files, data entry, emails, web orders, replies to correspondence and other customer support concerns.  Candidate’s primary goal is to provide third level support to Quality Assurance Specialists. This individual will also provide support to Contact Center Representatives as needed. Call center experience and ability to multitask area must.  


    §  Provide third level quality control, customer service, and Customer Service Coordinator for Vendor Services Quality Control functions.

    §  Provide third level support to Call Center Representatives and/or monitor calls, Credit Card process, EFT, and email activity.

    §  Help lead the department to meet daily goals/objectives and ensure all duties are being met.

    §  Perform a variety of complicated tasks.

    §  Extensive experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals.

    §  Consistently provides superior customer service, appropriate and professional phone skills.

    §  Demonstrates composure and patience in stressful situations.

    §  Demonstrates investigative and independent problems solving skills.

    §  Makes sound decisions and handles complex problems.

    §  Able to quickly and efficiently navigate through all call center systems and software.

    §  Effectively receives and gives feedback.

    §  Independently handles difficult/irate customer calls and system related challenges

    §  Calibrate calls and Facilitate meetings with Outsource vendor

    §  Communicate all findings and foster team behavior that represents a cohesive work group. As expert, work through all the Donor Direct system features and identify programming flaws, process flaws and or technical bugs.


    §  High school diploma or equivalent preferred.

    §  3-5 years of experience in the field or in a related area.

    §  Must be able to type 40-55 WPM.

    §  Positive attitude

    §  Able to adapt in team environment

    §  Strong writing and verbal communication skills with the ability to work well with the public

    §  Schedule flexibility and shift work

    §  Proficient in all MS Office products, including Word, Access, and Outlook; expert-level use of Excel is required; web proficient.

  • 05/27/2016
    Benefits Coordinator - Human Resources Dept.


    The Benefits Coordinator is primarily responsible for performing complex clerical duties and following established procedures in the following areas: coordination of benefit plans and safety regulations; maintaining employee benefit files, file claims, and assist in auditing all premium invoices.
    Job Functions: 
    • Assist Compensation and Benefits Manager in coordinating various employee benefit programs.
    • Assist in updating safety and compliance posters.
    • Update, maintain, and purge all benefit files to assure accuracy, compliance and confidentiality.  
    • Assist in updating databases and excel reports with Workers’ Compensation appointments, utilization of FMLA, STD, LTD, etc.  
    • Assist in the Open Enrollment and renewal processes.
    • Notify insurance carriers regarding terminations, cancellations and/or enrollment of benefits for all personnel.
    • Coordinate plan notifications to all personnel regarding new enrollment, cancellations, terminations, benefits orientation, missed enrollment, updates, etc.
    • Perform other related duties as assigned.


    • Associates degree in Human Resources or related field.
    • 2 to 4 years of experience as a Benefits Coordinator. 
    • Knowledge of benefit administration, safety, policies, regulations, and governmental compliances.
    • Ability to type 40 WPM.
    • Ability to consistently meet daily, weekly and monthly deadlines.
    • Effectively communicates and exhibit strong interpersonal skills.
    • Proficient in MS Word, Excel and Power Point. 

  • 05/27/2016


    The Proofreader/Writer is primarily responsible for proofing all copies that are developed, or filtered through the Publication's Department. Projects include, but are not limited to the following: books (major and mini), magazine articles, newsletters, web content, study notes, product covers, flyers, brochures and correspondence. Additionally, the proofreader will provide editorial assistance to the manager. 

    Job Functions:
    • He/she will be responsible for thoroughly proof-read all written copy documents to ensure scripture, spelling, punctuation, grammar, alignment and formatting accuracy.  
    • He/she will serve as a backup editor in the absence of the manager.
    • He/she will provide editorial assistance for the Change online magazine books/articles, and will remain current on industry and ministry standards. 
    • He/she will enforce the use of correct grammar, spelling and punctuation in all print media according to Chicago Manual of Style (CMOS), AP Stylebook, and The Christian Writer's Manual of Style (CWMS). 
    • He/she will prioritize assignments, juggle multiple tasks and meet multiple deadlines. 


    • A bachelor’s degree in English, Journalism or related field preferred.
    • Candidates with a degree in communications or a related field may also apply.
    • He/she must have a minimum of 3 years of work experience as a proofreader and knowledge of CMOS, AP, and CWMS.  
    • He/she must have proven ability managing multiple tasks effectively and efficiently.
    • He/she must be familiar with the industry's elements of style and is highly skilled in the use of proper spelling and grammar.
    • He/she must be a quick learner and self-motivated, taking the initiative to complete important assignments and meet deadlines. 

  • 05/27/2016
    Youth Ministry Administrative Coordinator


    The Youth Ministry AdministrativeCoordinator has the primary responsibility for assisting in fulfilling thevision of Pastor Creflo A. Dollar and Pastor Taffi L. Dollar. The secondprimary goals are assisting the Youth Pastor in maintaining the daily flow ofthe WCCI Teen Ministry as a whole, as well as the correspondence between WCCITeen Ministry and outside sources.


    ¡  Responding to all voicemails of the Teen Ministry

    ¡  Responsible for creating and maintaining the WCCITeen Ministry account and inspecting financial handlings of the Teen Ministryfunds

    ¡  Facilitate any meetings or trainings in the absenceof the Youth Pastor as directed  

    ¡ Support the Teen Ministry staff with direction and assistance inweekly update reports on areas of progress, challenges, etc.

    ¡ Follow up on complaints and communicate in writing solutions whencomplaints or problems are discovered to the Youth Pastor or appropriate StaffCoordinator

    ¡ Maintain updates on yearly, monthly and weekly goals set by theYouth Pastor

    ¡  Ensure that WCCI Teen Ministry operates according to all WCCI standards,processes and procedures

    ¡  Handling correspondence between Youth Pastor andother ministers and churches

    ¡  Handle any ministry trip arrangements for the YouthPastor 

    ¡  Managing WCCI Teen Ministry calendar

    ¡  Liaison between Youth Pastor and volunteer departments

    ¡  Maintain communication and assignments from theexecutive office to the Youth Pastor.

    ¡  Assists Youth Pastor with the organization of theWCCI Teen Ministry office

    ¡  Maintains Youth Pastor’s daily planner includingcounseling sessions, meetings, training classes, project deadlines, etc.

    ¡  Assists Youth Pastor in creating and developinga Biblically based “open door” policy and a friendly atmosphere for all youthleadership

    ¡  Assists the departments in finding all necessaryresources, materials, and supplies.

    ¡  Prepares a weekly status report entailing the numberof service attendees. 

    ¡  Handles daily office duties

    ¡  Performs other duties as assigned


    WCCI Teen Ministry Business Managing

    ¡ Responsible for ensuring that all WCCI Teen Ministry SOP’s remain current and are practiced by all departments within the Teen Ministry. 


    ¡  High School Diploma required

    ¡  Bachelors degree in Administration or related field is preferred; with 2-4 years experience in office administration

    ¡  Multiple task oriented

    ¡  Superior organizational skills

    ¡  Great Project management skills

    ¡  Excellent communication skills

    ¡  Creativity

    ¡  Leadership skills is a must

    ¡  Ministering ability

    ¡  Flexibility a Must

    ¡  Extremely strong/inter-personal skills

    ¡  A gracious, Christ-like demeanor in demanding situations

  • 05/27/2016
    Marketing Assistant (Job Grade: G-06)


    The Marketing Assistant is primarily responsible for supporting the marketing department by carrying out the daily tasks to keep the department functioning and facilitate the duties of the marketing director and staff. 

    • Support the marketing department in the creation of communication materials, event logistics and follow up, budget and invoice processing and other projects as directed by the Marketing Director 
    • Assist in coordination of events and conference participation; provide on-site support as needed 
    • Launch marketing campaigns using e-mail delivery tool 
    • Provide general marketing and related sales support
    • A passion for solving problems and the ability to be inspired rather than discouraged by difficult challenges
    • Extremely organized and proactive with the ability to collaborate in a fast-paced team environment
    The ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously, with high attention to detail and to ministry process
    • Assisting and implement marketing communication projects which include public relations, special events management, advertising, and creating brand awareness.
    • Organizes the preparation of proposal and presentations using marketing resource materials such as brochures, data, slides, photographs, and reports. 
    • Prepare status reports on marketing efforts.


    • A High School Diploma or GED. Bachelor’s degree in Marketing is preferred. 
    • 1-2 years experience in Marketing or related field.
    • Accomplishes marketing and organization mission by completing related results as needed.
    • Assisting the marketing director and supporting the marketing team with marketing activities.
    • Assisting with the production of marketing materials and literature.
    • Coordinating the production of a wide range of marketing communications.
    • Providing support for marketing events and exhibitions as required.
    • Assist with the collation of information for promotional literature.
    • Writing articles and promotional material for the company.
    • Updating and maintaining the marketing department's documentation and databases.
    • Managing events, booking venues and ordering marketing materials.
    • Ability to work under general supervision.

  • 05/20/2016
    Print Center Manager (Job Grade:GE-04)


    The Print & Data Center Manager is responsible for day-to-day production within the Print Center. Supervises, motivates, and supports the staff daily, applying a team approach and maintaining open communication. The Print Center Manager plans, schedules, strategizes, and oversees all production activities while continually implementing cost effective processes to keep the department operations within projected budget and initiate production campaigns to promote department profitability. The Print Center Manager performs essential functions to ensure overall customer satisfaction and quality service, and establishes and maintains effective communication with employees and management. The Print Center Manager is responsible for the effective and efficient planning and scheduling of personnel and equipment to reduce workflow bottlenecks and production issues. He must contribute to a work environment that supports the WCCI Vision and Mission while promoting personal and individual growth with tact, sensitivity, and professionalism

    General and Administrative
    Maintain a professional appearance and demeanor that reflects the WCCI's commitment to excellence in quality, continuous improvement and respect for individuals.
    Supervise the Print & Data Center Staff in the production and prioritization of jobs and, when necessary, reorganize to meet deadline changes and updates and oversee all staff scheduling, time off requests and overtime.
    Monitor quality, accuracy, and timeliness of all orders to ensure customer commitments are met through production of high quality material that meets customer delivery expectations and ensure the completion of all duties with a minimum of waste and abuse to equipment. 
    Provide various Project Estimates and Production quotes of all requested production jobs.
    Communicate effectively with the Executive Administration, WCCI Department Managers, and the Print & Data Center Staff, informing and updating them regularly to guarantee that production, budget, and department objectives are met. 
    Update and maintain accurate production schedule and provide up to date reporting of all department activities to Executive Administration.
    Comply with all OSHA safety requirements.

    Production Operations
    Graphic Design
    -Produce and Edit various Graphic Design request based on customer specifications as well as come up with creative concepts for designs. 
    -Create various Letter Templates for Variable Data processing
    -Edit and format submitted artwork to comply with production equipment specifications. 

    Data Processing
    -Edit, Correct & Manipulate various data files for Presort Mailing. 
    -Perform Data cleansing and selectivity based on requested specifications. 
    -Provide analytics in report format of processed data files. 

    Digital Printer Operation & Maintenance
    -Fulfill print request using digital Printers
    -Create various imposition and paper stock profiles based on job specs. 
    -Perform all required customer maintenance on Digital Printers and complete routine Preventative maintenance. 
    Production Equipment Operation & Maintenance
    -Operate all Production equipment to include but not limited to: Letter Inserters, Cutters, Folders, Shrink Wrap, Fork Lift, Meter Machine, etc..
    USPS Mail qualifications for Presort & BMEU Delivery
    -Have a full understanding of the USPS mail delivery requirements for Presort mailing.
    -Familiar with all necessary Postal supplies needed for mail production and delivery. 

    Production Personnel
    Initiate hiring when needed to cope with expanding workload or for replacement of substandard employees.
    Coordinate and schedule pre-press and digital print production training relating to the most current production standards and procedures.
    Provide resources and training on all data production and Graphic Design software and applications to employees ensuring that the latest industry standard is being met. 
    Provide a positive, motivating example for employees and conduct training or authorize training of production employees.
    Conduct formal performance reviews per company policy and initiate disciplinary measures according to company policy when needed and dismiss production employees when all corrective attempts have failed.

    Financial Control
    Take all necessary actions to manage production costs and improve cost efficiency and profitability.
    Ensure inventories are conducted and accurate records are maintained.
    Present recommendations on capital improvements needed to increase company productivity.
    Evaluate production equipment purchases/leases and conduct cost/benefit analyses.

    Equipment and Supplies
    Schedule, delegate, and ensure performance of all equipment and maintain maintenance logs.
    Assure a backup of all work in progress and archived completed work is done in a timely manner
    Coordinate and manage all inventory supplies to ensure minimum waste and spoilage.
    Ensure that inventories are conducted per company policy and accurate records are maintained.
    Inform the Executive Administration of equipment and production problems.
    Maintain a safe work environment and ensure the maintenance and upkeep of the physical location.

    Software & Equipment Proficiencies
    Digital Printers
    Xerox J75; XC1000; Envelope Printers; Ink Jet Printers
    Production Equipment
    Pitney Bowes FPS Rival Inserter; DI950 Intelligent Inserter; Titan 200 Cutter 
    Microsoft Office ( Word, Excel, Access); BCC Mail Manager; Adobe CS6


     High school diploma with experience or vocational/technical certification in pre-press, data processing and digital print production.
      Minimum 3 years supervisory experience of 3 or more employees with excellent verbal and written communication skills. 
     Good general computer operation skills and basic knowledge of word processing and spreadsheet software.
      Good mathematical skills.
       Able to apply written instructions to machine set-up and maintenance.
       Excellent interpersonal skills.
       Familiarity with team building techniques.
      Excellent knowledge of all facets of print production: press, bindery, and graphics.
    Ability to perform all production functions when necessary.
     Ability to create graphic images and layouts per request by departments & personnel. 


  • 05/18/2016
    Admin. Assist.-Member Care Serv. (Job Grade:G-05)


    The Administrative Assistant has the primary responsibility of providing support to the WCCI department. 

    • Providing administrative support to the Director of Member Care Service and Community Development as well as managers and staff under his leadership.
    • Payroll management including performing all tasks associated with the submission of MCS payroll reports and maintaining records related to staff requests for vacation, healing, and personal time while acting as a liaison between staff and management. 
    • Maintains office equipment systems and supplies.
    • Liaison for sending out facilities work orders and IT help tickets.
    • Compiling weekly reports including statistical information for each volunteer ministry under the leadership of the Director of Member Care Service.
    • Responsible for the input of personal data of members, partners, and friends to Donor Direct system
    • Responsible for completing a weekly Excel mail merge spreadsheet based on information obtained from Guest Registry Cards for the purpose of producing “Thank You” letters to First Time Visitors of WCCI within 48 hours of their initial visit.
    • Responsible for personally calling each First Time Visitor between 24 to 48 hours of their initial visit to thank them for their time and answer any questions or concerns posed by the guest.
    • Compose Letters of Recommendation for members as well as Termination letters for previous members upon individual requests.
    • Following up persons involved in incidents occurring on WCCI Campus to express ministry concern and offer prayer, reporting the individual’s current status, and detailing any comments made by the individual regarding the incident in memo form to the Director of Member Care Service and WCCI Security. 
    • Assist with various activities and events involving Member Care Services. 
    • Attends meetings and conferences to furnish information and to take notes.
    • Relief person for Member Care Services Receptionist desk.
    • Performs other duties, as assigned.


    • High school diploma or equivalent.
    • 2 years upper management secretarial experience.
    • Computer skills (Microsoft Office software).
    • Ability to prepare reports.
    • Ability to plan and organize.
    • Strong communication skills.
    • Strong writing skills.
    • Good knowledge of general office practices and business English.
    • Ability to deal effectively with the public.
    • Ability to be a self starter with minimal supervision.
    • Flexibility a must.
    • High level of confidentiality, telephone etiquette and accuracy required.
    • Extremely strong/inter-personal skills.
    • A gracious, Christ-like demeanor in demanding situations.

  • 05/04/2016
    Data Entry Research Analyst (Job Grade: G-03)


    The Data Entry Research Analyst is primarily responsible for updating accounts and processing all donations, product orders and prayer requests that come into the Ministry and Fellowship Church locations.  

    Job Functions: 
    • Responsible for updating accounts with new addresses, phone numbers, emails, etc.
    • Responsible for processing all offerings and any other type of donation.
    • Responsible for processing product orders, printed Web orders, prayer request and non-revenue request.
    • Files processed work in appropriate places. 
    • Meets the minimum requirements 300 - 500 documents processed per day. 
    • Assist with other tasks as assigned by the Manager.


    • A High School Diploma is required. 
    • 1 to 3 years of data entry experience 
    • Banking or Finance experience is a plus 
    • Must have experience with Microsoft Office 
    • Excellent Time Management skills
    • Detailed oriented 
    • Excellent data entry skills 
    • Can consistently meet stats.
    • Good attendance 
    • 10 Key Calculator 
    • Direct to Donor and/or Donor Studio database a plus  

  • 05/04/2016
    Fullfillment Operator (Job Grade: G-05)


    The Fulfillment Operator is primarily responsible for providing production fulfillment services by operating black & white and color digital printers, folders, inserters, finishing and binding equipment. He/she will perform routine maintenance on equipment as required and complete manual fulfillment jobs as needed. 

    To perform this job successfully, he/she must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required. 
    • Operate High-Speed Digital printers. Program and prepare jobs for printing using the EFI Fiery CWS 5 and associated software applications. 
    • Monitor quality of job output for correctness and image quality. 
    • Operate cutters, folders, inserters and other production fulfillment finishing equipment needed for completing production. 
    • Troubleshoot equipment problems and perform routine maintenance on equipment as required. 
    • Organize, track and submit replenishment orders for various production & inventory supplies. 
    • Communicate with supervisor on jobs or deadline issues and any other pertinent information. 
    • Answer telephone and reply to email communications submitted to the Print & Data Center as needed. 
    • Deliver mail to inter office staff, retrieve and deliver mail to and from the post office. 
    • Perform manual fulfillment operations and other job-related duties as assigned.


    • High School Diploma or equivalent. 
    • Minimum of one year of experience using the Xerox digital press equipment or other high speed networked digital printing systems. 
    • Minimum of one year experience using production and fulfillment equipment that include, but not limited to high speed intelligent inserter, production cutter, mail metering machine and production folder. 
    • Familiar with USPS Postal qualifications and verifications needed for submitting Presorted, First Class & Metered Mail.

  • 05/04/2016
    Human Resources Recruiter (Job Grade: GE-04)


    • Execute and manage the WCM recruitment and selection process
    • Work with Hiring Leaders to clearly define position requirements as well as understand business objectives
    • Proactively source and effectively screen high potential candidates who accurately reflect the character, skills, experience, and chemistry for success in a position
    • Align recruitment strategy with overall business strategies and create targeted recruiting solutions
    • Possess thorough knowledge of the ministry to accurately portray to candidates the culture, vision, core values, growth opportunities and advantages which makes the ministry the employer of choice
    • Coordinate with Director the termination process and conduct exit interviews
    • Facilitate, consult, and educate Hiring Leaders on the hiring process
    • Conduct competency based interviews
    • Coordinate the internal job posting process including the transfer/promotion of current employees
    • Manage the Affirmative Action plan and ensure compliance with all federal and local employment law
    • Consistently review orientation process for improvements
    • Work closely with Director to develop employee recognition and reward program
    • Produce monthly HR employment related metrics reports (i.e. turnover, recruitment cost, etc.) to measure effectiveness and opportunities for improvements
    • Ensure all job descriptions are on file for all staff positions and HR Job Description folder.
    • Perform special employment projects and other duties as assigned
    • Other duties as assigned.


    • Bachelor degree from a four year university with an emphasis on Human Resources or Business Administration. 

    • Minimum of 5 years of progressive Human Resources management experience in a multi-facility environment.

    §  Passion for the recruitmentof people

    §  PHR or SPHR certification is a plus

    §  Spirit of generosity,enthusiasm, and positive assertiveness

    §  Superior professionalism,discretion and judgment

    §  Outstanding communicationand presentation skills

    §  Accustomed to an environmentwith high levels of accountability

    §  High energy, tenacity, andstrong relationship building skills

    §  Strong time management andorganizational skills a must

    §  Ability to manage multipleprojects at once

    §  Attention to detail andself-starter

    §  Strong interviewing skills

    §  Ability to interact withindividuals at all levels of the ministry

    §  Working knowledge of MSWord, MS Excel, MS Outlook, and MS PowerPoint

  • 05/04/2016
    Senior Purchasing Agent (Job Grade: GE-07)


    The Senior Purchasing Agent has the primary responsibility for vendor selection, negotiation, placing orders and providing leadership to other Purchasing staff. 

    • Obtain quotes and locate vendors for purchasing items.
    • Negotiate vendor prices to assist company in meeting budgetary goals.
    • Place orders for various supplies, tools, and articles approved for use by departments.
    • Create Purchase Orders for items to be purchased.
    • Research and resolve pricing matters, product issues, and other issues with purchases made or items received.
    • Maintain and issue Debit Purchase cards.
    • Make and confirm travel arrangements for various departments.
    • Perform all purchasing duties within the established policies and procedures.
    • Develop and provide reports on purchasing activities as needed. 
    • Other duties as assigned.


    • 2 years college level business courses or 4-year degree 

    • 3 years experience in purchasing 
    • 1 year supervisory experience

    • Multi-task oriented
    • Fundamental math and problem-solving skills
    • Attention to detail
    • Accurate data input
    • Sensitive to deadlines and appropriate sense of urgency in executing tasks
    • Strong/inter-personal skills
    • A gracious, Christ-like demeanor in demanding situations

  • 04/11/2016
    Security Officers - College Park (Job Grade: G-05)

    Responsibilities:The security officer is primarily responsible for protecting the property, personnel and interests of World Changers Church International. 

    • Documents and reports all activities and incidents on WCM campus on a daily basis.
    • Controls and monitors the flow of staff, volunteers and guests.
    • Maintains control of restricted areas to ensure no breaches of security.
    • Assists in the enforcement all WCM polices, procedures and standards.
    • Responds to alarms and assists in the evacuation WCM facilities when needed.
    • Conducts escort details.
    • Provides customer friendly atmosphere for all visitors and guests to WCM.
    • Maintains equipment and reports any deficiencies to supervisor.
    • Provides crowd control for conventions and special events.
    • Participates in department and state required training programs.
    • Other security patrols as designated.
    • Other duties as assigned.


    • High School Diploma or equivalent
    • Certificates of Security & Safety training a plus.
    • Police, security, military police, military security, loss prevention experience preferred.
    • At least 18 years of age.
    • Must meet state requirement regarding criminal history. (Report cannot reflect felony convictions without pardon, convictions of any crime involving moral turpitude without pardon, declarations by any court of competent jurisdiction to be incompetent by reason of mental defect or disease without restoration, dishonorable discharge from the military, drug or alcohol addiction or abuse.

  • 04/11/2016
    Lead Cook (Job Grade: G-07)


    The Lead Cook has the primary responsibility of maintenance, set up, food production and quality control of all meat, fish, fowl and other food items prepared in the kitchen. Assist the Executive Chef in the training and support of the kitchen staff. 

    • Prepares all foods in accordance to standard recipes and as specified by Executive Sous Chef. 
    • Visually inspects, selects and uses only food items of the highest quality in preparation of all menu items. 
    • Checks and controls the proper storage of product and portion control, e.g., especially high cost meat and fish items.
    • Keeps all refrigeration, storage, and working areas in clean, working condition to comply with health department regulations.
    • Ensures all equipment in working areas is clean and in proper working condition.
    • Maintain overall cleanliness of kitchen.
    • Performs other duties as requested, such as, cross-training, moving supplies and equipment, cleaning up spills, etc.
    • Ensures assigned workstation has proper level of par stocks and supplies according to daily menus and banquets.


    • High school diploma or equivalent, culinary degree is preferred. 
    • 3 years of job related experience.
    • Computer skills (Microsoft Office software).
    • Good working knowledge of the fundamentals of cooking.
    • Knowledge of operating all kitchen equipment, i.e., stoves, ovens, broilers, slicers, steamers, kettles, etc.
    • Basic mathematical skills necessary to understand recipes, measurements, requisition amounts and portion sizes.
    • Ability to read, write and understand the English language in order to complete requisitions read recipes and communicates with other associates.
    • Sufficient manual dexterity of hand in order to use all kitchen equipment, i.e., knives, spoons spatulas, tongs, slicers, etc.
    • Ability to grasp, lifts and/or carries, or otherwise, move or push goods on a hand cart/truck weighing a maximum of 150 lbs.
    • A gracious, Christ-like demeanor in demanding situations.

  • 04/11/2016
    Assistant Teacher - NCELC (Job Grade: G-03)


    The Assistant Teacher is responsible for teaching, evaluating, and observing daycare children to enhance and stimulate early childhood growth. He/she will preparation of curriculum lesson and day-to-day operations of the classroom. 

    • He/she will help teach age appropriate concepts and lessons.
    • He/she will become familiar with the Curriculum’s (ABEKA, Every day Mathematics, Rigby Reading & Writing and Scott Foresman).
    • He/she will assist in maintaining children’s permanent records.
    • He/she will help maintain roll call and conduct sheets.
    • He/she will assist with homework assignments.
    • He/she will coordinate classroom activities.
    • He/she will overseeing the care and safety of each child.
    • He/she will study to become more proficient and knowledgeable of classroom activities.
    • He/she will attend outside and in-house training.
    • He/she will follow the guidelines of the Bright from the Start Manual and the rules and regulations of New Change Early Learning Center and World Changers Church International.


    • He/she must have a high school diploma, GED or related field. 
    • He/she must have knowledge of policies and procedures pertaining to child care procedures.
    • He/she must have previous teaching experience, the ability to work with small children, and knowledge of CPR and First Aid.

  • 04/11/2016
    .NET DEVELOPER (Job Grade: GE-06)


    The .Net Developer is primarily responsible for building applications, reviewing and testing of new technologies. The .Net Developer must have good database experience including MSSQL and Access.  

    • Manage web applications and desktop applications.
    • Full life cycle projects including requirements gathering, designing, developing, deploying and documenting to support client systems.
    • Analyze existing system logic difficulties and revise the logic procedures as necessary.
    • Support and upgrade existing internet & intranet based applications.
    • Develop applications with XHTML, ASP and ASP.Net programming.


    • 4 year degree in Computer Science, CIS, MIS or related field.
    • 3 to 5 years of hands on experience working with internet and intranet development software.
    • Must have website & webpage development and design experience. 
    • Web layout design experience is required. 
    • MS Visual C#, .NET and MS Internet Information Server knowledge required.
    • Strong programming skills in Visual C#, MSSQL, DHTML, and JavaScript is required. 
    • Must be able to develop mobile apps for smart devices. 

  • 04/11/2016
    HVAC Technician - Facilities/NYC (Job Grade: G-06)


    HVAC Technician – Facilities / NYC 
    The HVAC Technician is primarily responsible for installations, maintenance, and repairs to heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration systems for WCCI New York. 

    • Plans, schedules and maintains a cost-effective preventive maintenance program. 
    • Must have the ability to perform light plumbing (toilets, faucets, install sinks and other installations and repairs)
    • Coordinates with local health, safety, fire and building inspectors to ensure compliance with all applicable codes and regulations. 
    • Reviews maintenance work orders.
    • Regularly inspects the various Ministry properties in order to identify provides maintenance, housekeeping or safety issues/needs and provide facilitate corrective action. 
    • Troubleshoots and diagnoses complex maintenance issues and provides resolution and a course of action. 
    • Continuously monitors and evaluates maintenance expenditures to formulate a cost-effective budget and reduce expenses. 
    • Monitors and inspects all completed and in progress work by vendors or contractors.
    • Keeps abreast of technological advancements and developments in the field. 
    • Performs other duties, as assigned. 


    • High School Diploma or equivalent (GED) is required.  
    • Minimum of two (2) years experience in the field of general repairs, including one-year experience in carpentry, plumbing, electrical repair and air conditioning. 
    • 3-5 years HVAC systems experience is required. 
    • Refrigeration, HVAC certification is required. 
    • Proficient knowledge of preventative maintenance systems and all related HVAC processes. 
    • Must be able to handle multiple tasks. 
    • Must possess strong organizational, analytical, planning, and negotiation skills. 
    • Good written and verbal communication skills are required. 

  • 04/11/2016
    Print Center Supervisor (Job Grade: GE-02)


    The Print Center Supervisor is primarily responsible for supporting the Print & Data Center Manager in overseeing the daily production within the Print Center. The he/she must be able to supervise, motivate, and support the staff daily, applying a team approach and maintaining open communication. The Print Center Supervisor performs essential functions to ensure overall customer satisfaction and quality service, and establishes and maintains effective communication with employees and management. The he/she is responsible for the effective and efficient planning and scheduling of production jobs and operation and maintenance of all production equipment. The he/she must contribute to a work environment that supports the WCCI Vision and Mission while promoting personal and individual growth with tact, sensitivity, and professionalism.

    • Maintain a professional appearance and demeanor that reflects the WCCI's commitment to excellence in quality, continuous improvement and respect for individuals.
    • Supervise the Print & Data Center Staff in the production and prioritization of jobs and, when necessary, reorganize to meet deadline changes and updates.
    • Comply with all OSHA safety requirements.
    • Communicate effectively with the WCCI Department Managers, and the Print & Data Center Staff, informing and updating them regularly to guarantee that production objectives are met. 

    Production Operations
    • Meet all customer commitments through the production of timely, efficient and high quality products and service.
    • Update and maintain an accurate production schedule.
    • Provide various Pricing Quotes for all requested print & fulfillment projects.
    • Organize workflow according to workload to meet delivery schedule and to complete assigned jobs.
    • Supervise staff scheduling, time off requests and overtime.
    • Monitor quality, accuracy, and timeliness of all orders to ensure customer commitments are met through production of high quality material that meets customer delivery expectations.
    • Ensure the completion of all duties with a minimum of waste and abuse to equipment.
    • Ensure inventories are conducted and accurate records are maintained.

    Equipment and Supplies
    • Schedule, delegate, and ensure performance of all equipment and maintain maintenance logs.
    • Coordinate and supervise all inventory supplies to ensure minimum waste and spoilage.
    • Ensure that inventories are conducted per company policy and accurate records are maintained.
    • Inform the Print Center Manager of equipment and production problems.
    • Maintain a safe work environment and ensure the maintenance and upkeep of the physical location.


    • High school diploma with experience or vocational/technical certification in prepress, data processing and digital print production. 
    • Minimum 2 years supervisory experience of 3 or more employees with excellent verbal and written communication skills.
    • Good general computer operation skills and basic knowledge of word processing and spreadsheet software.
    • Good mathematical skills.
    • Able to apply written instructions to machine set-up and maintenance.
    • Excellent interpersonal skills.
    • Familiarity with team building techniques.
    • Excellent knowledge of all facets of print production: press, bindery, and graphics.
    • Ability to perform all production functions when necessary.
    • Ability to create graphic images and layouts per request by departments & personnel. 

  • 04/11/2016
    Human Resources Generalist (Job Grade: GE-06)


    The Human Resources Generalist (HRG) is primarily responsible for providing a wide variety of both complex and routine administrative services. The HRG administers employee benefit plans including health, welfare, and retirement plans. The HRG provides administrative support to human resources functions as needed (e.g. generates correspondence, record-keeping, policy development).   

    • Administers health and welfare plans as well as works with retirement plans. Processes required documentation to ensure accurate record keeping and proper deductions.
    • Oversees HR needs for New York, Marietta, Norcross, Macon, College Park and International offices.  
    • Resolves employee concerns related to health and welfare plans functioning as liaison with various insurance carriers. 
    • Writes, revises, edits and proofreads company policies and procedures and related documents as needed.
    • Maintains International & Local Compliances, Regulations & Trainings.
    • Analyzes and recommends new trends & processes. 
    • Oversees Employment Institute – Workshops & Sponsorships for Members. 
    • Assists with development/implementation of performance evaluation and rewards systems. Participates in surveys to ensure pay scale complies with changing laws and regulations and meets organizations objectives. 
    • Assists in benchmarking positions against market to ensure competitive compensation. 
    • Coordinates implementation/ maintenance of Human Resource Information Systems (HRIS).
    • Audits monthly invoices for all group insurance and resolve all administrative challenges with each carrier.
    • Establishes, maintains, purges and disseminates file documentation.
    • Assists with coordination of return to work processes with the employee, the attending physician and the immediate supervisor.
    • Identifies specific safety and health training needs.
    • Plans and implements comprehensive on-going training programs with employees at all levels of the ministry in work site safety practices, fire prevention, handling of proper disposal of chemicals, blood borne disposal plan, etc.
    • Reports monthly to Director through different media on progress.
    • Prepares a variety of reports or communications to educate or present information to other areas of the Ministry or management.
    • Utilizes a variety of communication vehicles (e.g. print, video, internet, and multi-media) to present information to individuals in a concise, organized, articulate, informative way and practical manner
    • Continuously monitors training programs to assure they are exceeding current customer needs and expectations. 
    • Works with line managers to follow up on recommendations and create action plans.
    • Responsible for submitting monthly and annual training budget and expenses.
    • Performs other duties as assigned.


    • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in Human Resources, Business or Organization Development or equivalent. 
    • Five years of progressive experience in Human Resource position. 
    • Considerable knowledge of principles and practices of personnel administration. 
    • Strong interpersonal skills both oral and written. 
    • Strong understanding of state and federal requirements and regulations. 
    • Experience administering employee benefit plans, recruitment and compensation plans. 

    • Knowledge of benefit administration, OSHA, relative to policies, regulations, governmental legislation and training
    • Excellent reading, writing, grammar communicative and interpersonal skills are required
    • Makes articulate, meaningful and well-organized presentations in all levels of the organization using visual aids, slide shows, charts, graphs and other forms of media
    • Competently analyses and prioritizes information to make appropriate recommendation
    • Proficient in Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, Power Point is essential; Access is a plus
    • Ability to type 40 WPM
    • Must be detailed oriented, creative, strong organization skills, multi-tasked and flexible
    • Ability to provide positive, direct, and constructive feedback
    • Ability to anticipate, solve problems and identify root causes of deficiencies
    • Proactive planner with excellent ability to executive tasks and functions
    • Energetic and self-motivated

  • 04/11/2016
    After School Counselor - NCELC (job Grade:G-03)


    The After School Counselor assist with the daily operation of the After School Program. The After School Counselor is responsible for assisting with upholding all policies of WCCI, Bright from the Start, and NCELC.  

    • Assist in setting up and breaking down after school area.
    • Provide a fun and safe environment for all students.
    • Accompany children on fieldtrips and participate in on site activities.
    • Responsible for promoting good behavior.
    • Responsible for a set assigned group of students.
    • Oversee children (Kindergarten – 5th grade).
    • Assist Lead After School Counselor as needed.
    • Assist with homework on an elementary level.
    • Assist in ensuring all students are properly signed in and out per Bright from the Start policy.
    • Responsible for safely transporting students to After School Program.
    • Summer Camp counselor/driver during the summer camp program (May – August).
    • On & Off the bus forms filled out correctly.
    • Assist in ensuring the After School area is clean at the end of the shift.
    • Perform other duties as assigned.


    • High School Diploma  or GED 

    • At least 2 years camp experience, After School or Early Childhood Education training is a plus. 
    • Experience supervising children is preferred.

    • Must have a heart to serve children.
    • Must be very outgoing and active.
    • Must have a clean criminal background check.
    • Must have a valid driver’s license.
    • CDL Certification.

  • 04/11/2016
    Facilities Technician - Norcross (Job Grade:G-05)


    The Facilities Technician is primarily responsible for performing routine and limited semi-skilled manual work in general maintenance, construction, and labor activities. 

    • Keep buildings clean and well maintained.
    • Vacuum carpets, dust sanctuary and Fellowship areas prior to each service or event.
    • Clean sanctuary prior to Bible Study and Regular Service and other events.
    • Inspect and clean rest rooms daily, clean fixtures, mirrors, dispensers, door handles and light switches, empty wastebaskets and restock paper products as needed.
    • Vacuum carpets, sweep and wet mop floors as needed.
    • Set up and tear down tables and chairs as needed.  
    • Wash mirrors and windows in heavily trafficked areas weekly and all other windows as needed.
    • Stock cleaning supplies when received.
    • Perform other duties as assigned.
    • Dust table tops, counter tops with duster and wiped with untreated cloth use plain water or glass cleaner for glass tops tables and desk as recommended. (High & Low Dusting)
    • Ensure that all office desk are cleaned at all times. At the end of each work day personal items must be dusted around, no personal items are to be touched or moved.
    • Hand surface floor will be dust mopped and wet mopped.
    • Polish Desk & Furniture.
    • Pull trash and replace liners. Extra liners are to be stored in the bottom of waste basket.
    • Vacuum entire room.
    • Spot clean carpet as need be.
    • Clean and restock restrooms.
    • Clean mirrors in heavy trafficked areas and windows as needed.
    • Set-up and breakdown tables and chairs as needed or instructed.


     High School Diploma or GED (Ministry’s minimum requirement).
    • A minimum of three (3) years maintenance or custodial experience is required.
    • Ability to learn tasks quickly and acquire skills in the use of standard equipment. 
    • Ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions.
    • Ability to perform routine or heavy manual tasks; lifting, stooping, clamping, and reaching. 
    • Must have a valid Georgia driver’s license.

  • 04/11/2016
    Managing Editor - Publications


    The Managing Editor reports directly to the CEO and is responsible for overseeing the publishing of all books, magazines, newsletters and manuals as well as the daily review and approval of all other forms of written copy generated by or submitted through Publications. These items include, but are not limited to, Web content, Spanish translation, broadcast scripts, promotional materials, general work orders, and correspondence. The Managing Editor supervises 5-member staff and is responsible for carrying out executive directives, the hiring and training of staff, and establishing and implementing departmental workflow guidelines and procedures. The Managing Editor is the final editor and approval on all print media coming out of the department, and is also responsible for enforcing ministry style and ensures the production of error-free copy. Some original writing is required.

    • Function as senior editor, and final approval on book projects, articles for the Change online magazine and copy written for the WCCI and CDM web sites. 
    • Reviews, edits, and approves daily work orders generated by or submitted through Publications to include executive office requests, Marketing Department requests (bulletins, post cards, signage, manuals, ad/product copy, brochures, backliners, etc.); Partner Relations (monthly partner letters and general letters); and Media (CAD broadcast scripts)
    • Guides seniors/writers in exploring newsworthy topics, research, presenting factual data and interview technique 
    • Oversees the translation (from English to Spanish) of Web articles, the monthly partner letter, study notes and other Web content
    • Writes and/or assigns Creflo. Dollar’s official responses to disaster, current events and global news 
    • Works closely with the Marketing Director in producing ministry-related and promotional campaign materials 
    • Other duties as assigned by the CEO and Pastors Creflo and Taffi Dollar


    • A Bachelor’s degree in English, Journalism or Communications is preferred. 
    • 3 years experience in publishing as an editor, and 2 years management experience in an editorial environment is preferred.
    • Proven ability to effectively manage people and processes
    • Proficient in training and motivating team members
    • Excellent leadership, team-building, communication, and conflict-resolution skills
    • Highly skilled in editing
    • Possesses a working knowledge of the following: U.S. and International copyright laws and procedures; trademark, service mark and patent procedures. 
    • Proven ability in managing multiple tasks effectively and efficiently
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
    • Creative; able to make an abstract concept a reality 
    • Spanish as a second language and acceptable print presentation skills helpful
    • Extremely familiar with the elements of style as outlined in the Associated Press and Chicago manuals of style
    • Proficient in MS Word, Excel, Power Point and Internet usage 
    • Highly skilled in the use of proper spelling and grammar

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