Benefits

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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  • 11/17/2014
    Events Coordinator - Conventions & Tours

    Responsibilities:

    The Events Coordinator is primarily responsible for supporting the Director and department members by providing administrative duties such as making travel arrangements, scheduling meetings and/or personal agenda, performing receptionist duties, filing, and creating letters, memos, reports, budgets, and presentations. He/she will respond to conventions & tours e-mails about any inquiries for conventions/tours, and act as a central point of communication for the department to provide assistance and answer questions for staff members, vendors, and management. The Events Coordinator will type and prepares for distribution the statistical and financial reports for the conventions director, and maintain departmental personnel records and files of all volunteers.  

    Qualifications:

    An associate’s degree in Business Administration or equivalent work experience. The ideal candidate will have at least 3-5 years experience in an administrative support role. He/she will work closely with the Director of Conventions & Tours staff in providing administrative support, interact with employees outside of the department as well as outside vendors, and will also assist the director with preparing all reports, budgets, and requisitions. 

  • 11/10/2014
    Security Officers - Marietta (Job Grade: G-05)

    Responsibilities:The security officer is primarily responsible for protecting the property, personnel and interests of World Changers Church International. He/she will document and report all activities and incidents that occur on the campus of World Changers Church International on a daily basis; control and monitor the flow of staff, volunteers, and guests; and  maintain control of restricted areas to ensure that there is no breach of security. The security officer will assist in the enforcement of all policies, procedures, standards, and alarms of World Changers Church International, and assist in the evacuation of its facilities when needed. He/she will conduct escort details, provide a customer friendly atmosphere for all visitors and guests, maintain equipment, and report any deficiencies to the supervisor. The security officer will provide crowd control for conventions and special events, and participate in department and state required training programs and other security patrols as designated.  

    Qualifications: A high school diploma or GED; certificates of security and safety training a plus. The ideal candidate will have at least two (2) years of experience in the field. Police, security, military security, or loss prevention experience is preferred. Must be at least 18 years of age. He/she must meet state requirement regarding criminal history.  The criminal 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. The ideal candidate must have good written, oral, and interpersonal skills, be a team player, be gracious, possess a Christ-like demeanor in demanding situations, and be able to listen to others. Must also be prepared to make quality decisions, and have the ability to assess and handle all types of situations in a tactful manner. 

  • 11/10/2014
    SPOT EDITOR - Media (Job Grade: GE-03)

    Responsibilities:

    The Spot Editor is responsible for editing spots and special elements, as well as editing for our weekly and daily award-winning broadcast. The Spot Editor will be proficient in editing non-linear broadcast segments with knowledge and understanding of AVID technology.

    Job Functions: 
    • He/she will edit and entire broadcast, incorporating all visual and audio segments' including graphics; editing in a linear environment of tape to tape, using digi-beta and beta SP formats; editing on schedule and on task; and working at a fast pace to meet strict deadlines. 
    • He/she will construct and insert scripture text in non linear and linear formats.
    • He/she will have good communication and organizational skills, a working knowledge of broadcasting, and a strong understanding of television. 
    • Flexibility and creativity are a must! 


    Qualifications:

    • A BS or BA in communications, media, or related field. 
    • Qualified applicants must have 3 to 5 years of relevant experience in the media industry. 
    • Proficiency in editing non-linear broadcast segments.
    • He/she will have broadcast production experience.
    • He/she must be proficient in linear and non-linear editing.
    • He/she must have knowledge of Beta editing equipment.  
    • He/she must have a strong understanding of television production. 
    • He/she must work at fast pace and meet strict deadlines. 



  • 11/10/2014
    BROADCAST EDITOR - Media (Job Grade: GE-03)

    Responsibilities:

    The Broadcast Editor is responsible for editing sermons/messages, product spots, event promotional spots and other elements for our weekly and daily Changing Your World broadcast.

    The Broadcast Editor’s work will initially fall in one of these categories, but will be expected to train/learn to perform editing duties in all categories over time.

    1. Version Editor
    a. Compiles all elements (message, spots, product offers, etc.) for each version of the program
    2. Back-end Editor
    a. Creates product offer segments with provided audio/video clips and scripts
    b. Puts finishing touches on studio segments (offers/appeals/prayer) 
    3. Master Editor
    a. Edits sermons/messages based on off-line producer notes
    b. As a senior editor, serves as a backup to the Technical Director/Advisor
    4. Spot Editor
    a. Creates spots and commercials for products and events from provided scripts
    b. May occasionally write or re-write scripts as assigned

    Job Functions: 
    • He/she will capture/ingest and edit audio, video and graphic elements.
    • He/she will search and capture video from 3rd party sources (Istock, Rocket clips, etc.).
    • He/she will edit an entire broadcast, incorporating all visual and audio segments including graphics.
    • He/she will construct and insert scripture text in non linear and linear formats.
    • He/she must learn and understand the “who, what, when, where, why and how” of the various versions.
    • Other duties as assigned

    Qualifications:

    • A BS or BA degree in communication, media and/or film production or related field preferred.  
    • He/she must have 3 to 5 years of experience in editing non-linear broadcast segments.
    • He/she must have experience in linear editing (preferred) with use of Digi Beta and BetaSP formats/machines.
    • He/she must have knowledge and understanding of AVID technology.
    • He/she must have experience in creating graphics using Photo Shop, After Effects, Cinema 4D.
    • He/she must have knowledge of control room equipment: graphics, switchers, routers, monitors, tape machines and prior editing of short and long form programming (spots/segments/whole shows).

  • 11/10/2014
    Outreach Coordinator (PT) - (Job Grade: G-07)

    Responsibilities:

    The Outreach Coordinator is primarily responsible for the overall coordination of the outreach programs for the Children’s Ministry,which includes the Bus Ministry, “Judah Generation,” Boys Scouts, Girls Scouts,Boys Mentoring, Girls Mentoring, Good News Club, and all other outreach ministries that may fall under the Children’s Ministry. He/she will assist in fulfilling the vision and requirements of Pastors Creflo and Taffi Dollar for World Changers Church International, and develop and plan activities for Boys and Girls Mentoring, Scouting Programs, and other ministries as needed. The Outreach Coordinator will respond to general inquiries and correspondence regarding outreach ministries, coordinate special events, maintain a schedule of all programs, oversee the budget, order supplies, and maintain inventory for the outreach ministry teams. He/she will provide training to leaders and volunteers in each outreach ministry as needed, coordinate transportation for all field trips and outings, and coordinate food distribution for outreach ministries.  

    Qualifications:

    Must have a high school diploma or GED; at least 2 years of college is preferred. The ideal candidate must have 2 or more years of upper management administrative experience. He/she must have strong written and verbal communication skills and exceptional organizational skills, be detail-oriented and able to multi-task. The ideal candidate must display the ability to implement ongoing strategic planning for continuous improvement and progression of the Children’s Ministry Department, have data entry proficiency and telephone etiquette, must be thoroughly proficient in using web-based software applications (i.e., browsers, web mail, etc.), must be teachable, flexible,and willing to do whatever it takes to accomplish the overall objectives of the Children’s Ministry Department. 

  • 11/10/2014
    Facilities Technicians (GA) (Job Grade: G-05)

    Responsibilities:

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

    PRIMARY DUTIES & RESPONISIBILITIES:  
    • Cuts grass, weeds, bushes, shrubs, and flowers.
    • Cuts down, removes trees, plants, trim trees and shrubs.
    • Operates small machinery in maintaining facilities grounds.
    • Sweeps streets and gutters with necessary equipment.
    • Helps install needed equipment for staff personal.
    • Operates small trucks in transporting staff personal and materials.
    • Moves heavy material such as pipes, lumber, sand, gravel, and furniture.
    • Washes and cleans vehicles, tools, and equipment.
    • Report major repairs to departmental head.
    • Assist in checking school, church, and other facilities for safety hazards.
    • Performs other duties as assigned.

    Qualifications:

    • 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.

  • 11/10/2014
    PILOT - World Flight (Job Grade: GE-09)

    Responsibilities:

    The Pilot is primarily responsible for assisting in the operation of the Flight Department. He/she will provide the safest means of transportation, ensure excellent service for all passengers, and developing the skills of a qualified Captain. 
    Job Functions:
    • He/she must be able to operate an aircraft and follow a flight plan
    • He/she will develop and implement processes and schedule for cleaning the aircraft.
    • He/she will actively participate in daily operations of the Flight Department and FAA safety programs.
    • Attend simulator base flight training and complete flight safety training course for G1159A. 
    • He/she will prepare and deliver reports to the Flight Department Manager, submit written reports on the annual aircraft cleaning supply cost, and prepare for and be available to attend meetings requested by the Flight Department Manager. 
    • He/she will operate in a manner that complies with all of the following: FAA regulations, safety (OSHA), environmental (EPA) and other relevant regulations, as well as departmental policies. 

    Qualifications:

    • The ideal candidate will have experience in providing professional pilot services, assisting passengers with the loading and unloading of their automobiles.
    • He/she will order and stocking all the aircraft’s supplies, and clean the exterior / interior of airplane.
    • He/she will update the IFR charts, and assist in preparing paper work such as: development of operation manuals, over-flight permits, and RVSM/MNPS/RNP10 renewal. And complete pre and post-flight inspections of the airplane

  • 11/10/2014
    ASSIST MANAGER - Bookstore (Job Grade: GE-01)

    Responsibilities:

    The Assistant Manager is primarily responsible managing the day-to-day operations of Changing Your World Books & Music, and supporting the retail sales manager in achieving bookstore goals. Duties also include supporting departmental efforts in driving sales, cost control, community relations, loss prevention awareness, operations, and inventory management. The Assistant Manager oversees the bookstore staff and volunteers. He/she will interview, select, and conduct orientation and training of all new hires. The Assistant Manager will conduct all on-going training and development of staff to include succession planning, resulting in strong, knowledgeable employees; establish staff performance and productivity goals to ensure that profit and productivity goals are met; coordinate staff activity, including the creation of master schedules for all areas of the store; and oversee the creation of daily schedules. He/she will provide timely reporting to the retail sales manager; prepare budgets (operational, merchandising, inventory, etc.); gather and interpret information to develop appropriate sales and marketing strategies; support back office responsibilities (e.g., payroll and daily cash reconciliation); and ensure that store administrative functions are carried out in a timely manner. The Assistant Manager will oversee all facets of store inventory processes, including receiving special orders, and merchandising and buying to guarantee adherence to proper procedures in all areas of inventory management. As a lead buyer, he/she will implement buying strategies, negotiate the best prices and terms for merchandise, and attend trade shows when needed.The Assistant Manager will open and close the bookstore, assist in the success of the department by attending select conventions and events when needed,ensure store compliance with ministry/store policies and procedures, general governmental regulations, employment and safety laws, (FMLA, OSHA, ADA, and other legal issues) and complete other tasks as assigned.

    Qualifications:

    A high school diploma is required. Candidates must have two (2) plus years of retail and/or inventory management experience. The ideal candidate will have strong organization, communication (written and verbal), planning, and interpersonal skills, and superior customer service skills, will pay close attention to details, and possess the ability to meet deadlines, work long hours with continuous standing and movement, and work a flexible schedule, with seasonal schedule blackouts (Conventions, Thanksgiving, Christmas, etc.) He/she must have strong MS Excel skills, be sensitive to deadlines, and have an appropriate sense of urgency in executing tasks.

  • 11/10/2014
    JUNIOR WEB DEVELOPER (Job Grade GE-03)

    Responsibilities:

    The Junior Web Developer is primarily responsible for supporting the lead web developer with web maintenance, video management, and graphics on the Ministry web sites. The Junior Web Developer will manage web content and develop HTML 5 / CSS web sites, micro-site, landing pages, e-mail newsletters, tablets, and mobile applications. 

    Job Functions:
    • He/she will possess a broad range of experience in visual design, user experience design, site development and multimedia. 
    • He/she may be required to work after hours and on weekends. 
    • The Junior Web Developer will participate in monthly IT team meetings and events.
    • He/she must have great organizational, written, and verbal communication skills. 
    • He/she must maintain and keep an excellent filling system, have the ability to plan and execute in order to meet deadlines.

    Qualifications:

    • An associate or bachelor degree in Web Design, Technology or related field preferred.
    • Must be fluency in current graphic design practices and web production software, such as Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, and Adobe Dream Weaver. 
    • Must have knowledge Final Cut Pro, and encoding.
    • Must have experience in HTML 5 and CSS. 
    • Must have a good understanding of javascript, jQuery, and ajax.

  • 11/10/2014
    .NET DEVELOPER (Job Grade: GE-06)

    Responsibilities:

    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.  

    Job Functions: 
    • 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.

    Qualifications:

    • 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. 

  • 11/10/2014
    Lead After School Counselor (PT)-(Job Grade G-05)

    Responsibilities:The Lead After School Counselor (LASC) is primarily responsible for making sure that the daily planned schedule is carried out.  The LASC will also assist the Manager with handling any challenges that should arise in the area of the staff, children or parents.  It is the LASC’s responsibility to uphold all policies of WCCI, DHR and NCELC. The LASC must have leadership qualities, organization skills and excellent people skills.

    PRIMARY DUTIES & RESPONISIBILITIES:  
    • Coordinate After School and Summer Enrichment Programs.
    • Plan and execute activities during daily operations.
    • Monitor children daily.
    • Oversee counselors and children (children age 5 – 11years).
    • Provide homework assistance.
    • Secure vehicles to transport students to After School Program and on all assigned fieldtrips.
    • Responsible for transporting students safely to After School Program. 
    • Provide daily homework assistance. 
    • Assist with collecting weekly payments.
    • Responsible for daily attendance records.
    • Ensure all (WCCI, DHR and NCELC) policies are adhered.
    • Provide snacks on a daily basis for After School and Summer Enrichment students.
    • Ensure all students are accounted for (properly signed in and out) daily.
    • Performs other duties as assigned.

    Qualifications:

    • Must have a  High School Diploma or GED; a degree or DHR training is a plus  
    • Must have five (5) years experience in Early Childhood Education.
    • Supervisor experience is preferred.
    • Previous experience with recreational programs such as, but not limited to YMCA or summer camp program.
    • Must have a clean criminal background check.
    • Must be at least 21 years old with a valid driver’s license, Must CDL Certification is a plus 
    • Must have a heart to serve children.

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