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

Fellowship Bentonville Student Ministry Leader - Worship/Community (Girls)

Campus: Bentonville

Purpose: Produce and release leaders in the context of FSM Bentonville worship & cell group. 

Hours: Full time, 40 hours/week

Start date: to be determined

Leadership Responsibilities

  • Plan and produce God-glorifying worship gatherings in the context of FSM Bentonville, Bentonville Adults, and FSM NWA
  • Produce and release worship leaders in the context of the arts and production technology
  • Cultivate a distinct worship culture of excellence and creativity in FSM Bentonville
  • Execute tasks for the FSM Bentonville team
  • Partner with the Fellowship Worship team for projects, songwriting, and creative initiatives
  • Partner with FSM Community ministry leader for strategic care of Bentonville girl cell group leaders & girl cell groups

Primary Strengths Required

  • Humility
  • Musicianship
  • Pastoral Care
  • Creativity
  • Vision
  • Organizational Skills
  • Discipleship Focus
  • Leadership

Bentonville Kid's Time Classroom Leader

Campus: Bentonville

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

Hours: part-time, hourly

Weekly Schedule: Tuesdays 8:45-11:45am; 5:45-8pm

Start date: January 2023 for Spring Semester

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