Jobs

Be a part of what God is doing in and through Cherry Hills Community Church. Thank you for considering employment at Cherry Hills. We’re eager to meet people like you who have a growing relationship with Christ and a desire to make an impact on our world with the love and message of Jesus Christ. Review the job postings below. If you are interested in a position, please complete the forms listed in the posting and email or mail them to Cherry Hills.  

Current Church Planting Programs and Job Openings

Church-Planting Opportunities

Non-Staff

Urban Church Planter

An Urban Church Planter partners in the fulfillment of the Great Commission by planting a church in an urban setting that is all about love (love expressed up in worship, love experienced down in discipleship, and love extended out in mission) and committed to ongoing church planting. In preparation for the urban church plant, the Urban Church Planter completes the Church Planting Bootcamp which consists of the following: two weeks of onsite intensives at Cherry Hills Community Church (in December and May) and weekly online training and assignments, estimated at four hours per week (from December to May). Urban Church Planters who complete the boot camp and meet the benchmarks for ongoing participation are eligible to receive dollar-for-dollar grant funding (up to pre-determined amounts) over two years.

Full Time

Suburban Church Planting Resident

A Suburban Church Planting Resident partners in the fulfillment of the Great Commission by training to plant, and then planting a church in a suburban setting that is all about love (love expressed up in worship, love experienced down in discipleship, and love extended out in mission) and committed to ongoing church planting. In preparation for his/her first church plant, the Church Planting Resident serves as a Cherry Hills Community Church staff member and resident in training (from the week before Christmas through Memorial Day), gaining experience in every aspect of ministry, including, but not limited to, teaching, leading, programming, Adult and Next Gen ministry, and church administration. Church planters who complete the residency and meet the benchmarks for participation are eligible to receive dollar-for-dollar support match (up to pre-determined amounts) over three years.

Organizational Development

Full Time

Human Resources Director

The Human Resources Director contributes to the creation of a world-class staff and flourishing culture by ensuring that all human resources across CHCC and CHCS are in alignment with the character, chemistry, culture and competence desired of staff; by overseeing the hiring, transitioning, and evaluation of CHCC and CHCS staff; by partnering with the Executive Pastor to build a developmental culture for spiritual and professional growth and creating and delivering systems, tools, training and resources toward that end; and by leading, developing, and directing the Human Resources staff and volunteer teams for maximum impact.

Guest Services

On-Call

Receptionist

The Receptionist ensures a positive, well informed, first impression for all who visit or call our campus and provides administrative support for the departments of the church.

Worship Programming and Production

Full Time

Campus Ministries Technician

The Campus Ministries Technician contributes to compelling worship services and resources staff and volunteers for ministry by maintaining, installing, and repairing the lighting, sound, and video systems operated by the Production Department; by partnering with the Campus Ministries Technical Director to recruit and lead a volunteer team for high impact; by operating the production systems for events in the Atrium and Chapel; and by assisting the Campus Ministries Technical Director with projects and events as requested.

Next Gen Student Ministries

Part Time

Midpoint Leadership Resident

A Midpoint Leadership Resident partners with our Next Gen team to lead, build, and develop a thriving Preteen & Jr. High Ministry by overseeing a mid-size group of 25-75 students; by leading and developing a group of 8 – 15 small group leaders; and by assisting in preparing and leading Sunday morning activities, camps, events, retreats, outreaches, and other ministry initiatives.

Facilities Services

Full Time

Facilities Services Director

The Facilities Services Director oversees services necessary to maintain a clean, safe, fully functioning campus and grounds (Cherry Hills Community Church and Cherry Hills Christian School); provides leadership and direction to the whole of Facilities Services team for successful accomplishment of this goal; ensures the team is multiplying ministry through volunteer equipping and service; and ensures we have an effective long- and short-term capital plan and effective, thorough, well-trained safety/security protocol for emergency situations.

Section Communities

Part Time

Section Leader

A Section Leader builds, leads, shepherds, and equips an Acts 2, catalytic mid-sized community of approximately 75 – 100 people to fulfill the Great Commission among a specific network of relationships or in a particular neighborhood.

Wild Blue

Part Time

Barista

We are looking for reliable, flexible candidates to serve as baristas in Wild Blue, our church café. Baristas serve congregants, visitors and staff on weekdays and weekends, and create a welcoming and inviting environment by providing fantastic service and products to every customer.

Other

Full and Part Time Opportunities

Cherry Hills Christian School Job Openings

Please visit http://www.cherryhillschristian.org/about-us/careers for more information on available opportunities.

Part Time

KidZone Teacher

A KidZone Teacher interacts with, teaches and provides care for children participating in KidZone programs. KidZone teachers must demonstrate a positive attitude, be flexible and reliable, and possess effective verbal and listening skills. Most importantly, a KidZone teacher loves working with children in a loving, gentle manner.

For more information on any of the job postings listed above, email employment@chcc.org.

Welcome to
Cherry Hills

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The main entrance for Cherry Hills Community Church is from Gace Blvd. There is also an entrance off of Fairview Pkwy. When you enter the campus from Grace Blvd turn left into the South-East parking lot.

Drop your kids off just inside of the entrance. Remember to bring your child's registration form.

Greeters will welcome you at the Information Desk and check-in your kids. Remember to bring your child's registration form

After dropping off your kids, walk down the hallway towards the Worship Center.

Step One:

Parking

Step Two:

Entrance

Step Three:

Drop Off

Step Four:

Worship Center

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The main entrance for Cherry Hills Community Church is from Grace Blvd. There is also an entrance off of Fairiew Pkwy. When you enter the campus from Grace Blvd turn left into the South-East parking lot

Drop your kids off just inside of the entrance. Remember to bring your child's registration form

Greeters will welcome you are the Information Desk and check-in your kids. Remember to bring your child's registration form

After dropping off your kids, walk down the hallway towards the Worship Center.

Step One:

Parking

Step Two:

Entrance

Step Three:

Drop Off

Step Four:

Worship Center

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Enter campus off of Grace Blvd and turn left into the South-East parking lot.

Teens enter through the Student Ministry/Gym Entrance on the far South-East end of the building.

Preteen (grades 5 and 6) meet in the gym to the left. Parents can sign Preteens in or they may sign themselves in. Junior High and High School rooms are on the right.

After dropping off your teens, walk down the hallway towards the Worship Center.

Step One:

Parking

Step Two:

Entrance

Step Three:

Drop Off

Step Four:

Worship Center

1
2
3
4

The main entrance for Cherry Hills Community Church is from Grace Blvd. There is also an entrance off of Fairview Pkwy. When you enter the campus from Grace Blvd turn left into the South-East parking lot.

Drop your kids off just inside of the entrance. Remember to bring your child's registration form.

Greeters will wielcome you at the Information Desk and check-in your kids. Remember to bring your child's registration form

After dropping off your kids, walk down the hallway towards the Worship Center.

Step One:

Parking

Step Two:

Entrance

Step Three:

Drop Off

Step Four:

Worship Center

1
2
3
4

Pull onto campus and park in the South-East lot (on the left).

Drop of your preteens in the gym to the left and your Junior High/High School students at the rooms on the right.

After dropping off your teens, walk to the Children's Lobby and check-in your children/infants at the information booth.

After dropping off your kids, walk down the hallway towards the Worship Center.

Step One:

Parking

Step Two:

Entrance

Step Three:

Drop Off

Step Four:

Worship Center

1
2
3
4

Pull onto campus and park in the South-East lot (on the left).

Drop off your preteens in the gym to the left and your Junior High/High School students at the rooms on the right.

After dropping your teens off, walk to the Children's Lobby and check-in your children/infants at the information booth.

After dropping off your kids, walk down the hallway towards the Worship Center.

Step One:

Parking

Step Two:

Entrance

Step Three:

Drop Off

Step Four:

Worship Center

1
2
3
4

Pull onto campus and park in the South-East lot (on the left)

Drop off your preteens in the gym to the left adn your Junior High/High School students at the rooms on the right.

After dropping your teens off, walk to the Children's Lobby and check-in your children/infants at the information booth.

After dropping off your kids, walk down the hallway towards the Worship Center.