Job Opportunities

How to Apply

If you are interested in employment at Fellowship:

  1. Review the Fellowship Code of Ethics.
  2. Review the list of Job Opportunities below.
  3. Complete the online Fellowship Employment Application (noting the "position" of interest).


Job Opportunities

Family Ministry Administrative Professional

Campus: Fayetteville

Purpose: to provide administrative support to the Fayetteville Family team including FayetteKids Elementary and FSM Student Ministries.

Hours: Full-time, salaried, 30 hours/week

Start date: to be determined

Leadership Responsibilities:

  • Download, organize and prepare copies of all FayetteKids curriculum for weekly lessons
  • Purchase supplies for FayetteKids & FSM
  • Maintain FayetteKids & FSM online information (website, Orange Leaders, etc)
  • Facilitate communication and information to families regarding FSM Fayetteville & FayetteKids Elementary
  • Manage data & assimilate students and families (Rock)
  • Administrate mission trips, retreats, and leader trainings for FSM Fayetteville & FayetteKids Elementary

Primary Strengths Required:

  • Computer skills (Database, Microsoft Office, web, etc.)
  • Organized
  • Problem-solving
  • Attention to detail
  • Clear communicator
  • Public relations skills
  • Multitasking ability
  • Task-oriented
  • Willingness to joyfully serve and help
  • Able to work in the context of a team
  • Excellent customer service for congregation and staff

Kid's TIME Ministry Coordinator

Campus: Fayetteville

Purpose: To coordinate childcare needs for Women's Ministry and Special Events.

Hours: part-time, salaried, 20 hrs/week

Weekly schedule: 4 hours Monday/Wednesday, Tuesdays 8am-12pm and 5-9pm; 5-7:30pm on Sundays. Some responsibilities on Saturdays and Sunday mornings for special events (approx. 8-10 times a year).

Start date - to be determined

Leadership Responsibilities (abbreviated responsibilities)

  • Plan, organize and schedule Kid’s TIME ministry.
  • Facilitate, by being on-site, Kid’s TIME ministry care for Women’s ministry and other special events and trainings.
  • Lead, nurture, equip & coach a team of workers to facilitate Kid’s TIME.
  • Communicate and collaborate with the Fellowship NWA HR Department.
  • Ensure quality care is in place by having a safe, nurturing, and planned schedule for events.
  • Support families who use our Kid’s TIME ministry.
  • Come alongside the Early Childhood team to assist with classroom cleaning and upkeep.

Primary Strengths Required

  • Loving relationship with Christ
  • Heart for children, women, and families
  • Professional characteristics with the ability to hold others to that standard
  • Knowledge of child development: spiritual, cognitive, physical, and emotional
  • Ability to be flexible and pivot when necessary
  • An attitude of teach-ability and desire to be a lifelong worship-filled lifestyle.
  • Detailed Oriented with ability to organize
  • Ability to work alongside and communicate with other ministry teams
  • Ability to recruit, train, and lead others to a standard of excellence in their area of giftedness

B&G Maintenance Specialist

Campus: Rogers

Purpose: Perform maintenance tasks as required by work orders or assigned. To assist where needed with other projects, construction remodels and/or repairs.

Hours: Full-time, salaried, 40 hours/week

Start date: to be determined

Leadership Responsibilities:

  • Support the Mission and Vision of Fellowship and that of Buildings & Grounds team
  • Make sure that the campuses have the Fellowship “Look, Smell & Feel”
  • Maintain Campuses as work order(s) prescribe
  • Act as the point of contact for staff at all campuses for a multiplicity of tasks
  • Give attention to a wide range of Maintenance-oriented activities as described by; but not limited to B&G work order system

Primary Strengths Required:

  • Ability to work with and relate to others of varied backgrounds
  • Self-starter, responsive and flexible
  • Ability to problem solve (can figure things out) and to learn new things
  • Possess an aptitude and understanding of technical matters and how things work
  • Basic understanding of fundamental trade techniques and a familiarity with common tools and their use
  • Good time management
  • Servant attitude
  • Possess physical attributes to do perform manual tasks and labor including but not limited to heavy lifting


Night Custodian

Campus: Rogers

Purpose: to provide a clean, safe campus and a comfortable setting on the Fellowship campuses

Hours: Full-time, 40 hours/week: hours to be determined – would include nights and weekends
Start date - to be determined

Leadership Responsibilities:
  • Maintain a clean campus
  • Provide setup and teardown for events
  • Maintain proper supply inventory levels
  • Perform minor building and equipment maintenance
Primary Strengths Required:
  • Ability to work with others as a team
  • Knowledge of floor care equipment and maintenance
  • Detail oriented
  • Ability to plan and complete work without direct supervision
  • Good time management and flexibility
  • Good communication skills
  • Problem solver able to respond quickly to unexpected challenges
  • Possess physical attributes to perform manual tasks and labor including but not limited to heavy lifting

Kids Day Out Classroom Leader

Campus: Rogers

Purpose: To lead and oversee children in a classroom setting. Infant thru Pre-K.

Hours: part-time, hourly

Weekly Schedule: Monday and Wednesday 8:45-2:15

Start date: August 30, 2021

Leadership responsibilities:

  • Have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ which is modeled for children.
  • Share the love, joy, and hope of Christ with children and parents and staff.
  • Support the core beliefs and leadership of Fellowship Bible Church.
  • Exemplify Godly character and embody Fellowships Mission, Vision, Statement of Faith and Leadership Covenant.
  • Demonstrate a passion for children and a desire for them to know about God.
  • Attend prayer time as scheduled per ministry day.
  • Take time to review class lesson during the week, incorporating God-given gifts into each lesson.
  • Care for the children the classroom through prayer and discipleship. Send “prayer/missed you” cards, etc. (provided).
  • Be faithful in attendance (Attendance agreement form).
  • Attend training sessions as provided monthly and yearly.
  • Communicate, engage and support co-leader/staff in ministry and classroom duties.
  • Participate and support the overall ministry in servant leadership as Jesus demonstrated.
  • Follow safety and classroom guidelines as stated in Leader handbook, STOP Manual, Security Manual, and staff trainings.

Primary strengths required:

  • Love for God and children
  • A passion to teach children about God
  • Knowledge of children
  • Experience in working with children
  • Organization skills
  • Commitment to excellence
  • Teaching and discipleship skills