Job openings 2018-03-21T11:13:33+00:00

Current job openings (as of 21 March 2018)

Officers’ Christian Fellowship is communicating a full-time position (working 32 hours per week, up to 40 hours at peak times) in Englewood, CO with a desired start date of 15 May 2018.

This position reports to the Director of Finance and collaborates with the Director of Finance, Field Staff, and Conference Center Staff in accurately reporting financial transactions. The Bookkeeper:

  • Provides accurate and timely financial reports to OCF management, staff, and outside reporting entities.
  • Processes invoices from vendors and reimbursement requests from employees in a timely and accurate manner.
  • Coordinates payroll with our Payroll Service Provider.
  • Serves as a member of the Home Office team and works toward the mission and vision of OCF in a Christ-honoring, cohesive team.
  • Establishes a professional and friendly relationship with all staff, members of OCF, and donors displaying self-confidence, humility, diplomacy, and wisdom.

What are we looking for?

  • A clear articulation of God’s preparation for this specific and sacrificial work.
  • A gospel-driven servant leader such as described in Titus 1:6-9.
  • Ability to be proactive, detail oriented and adaptable to change.
  • Ability to establish professional, friendly, grace-driven relationships throughout the ministry.
  • Demonstrated sense of team, humility, self-confidence, and wisdom combined with the highest integrity and professional standards.

If you are interested in this opportunity, contact Dave Osborn, Director of Finance, or Marci Morris or call (303) 761-1984 for a copy of the job description and an application.

Completed applications must be received by 13 April 2018.

If you know someone who might be a good fit, please pass this announcement on to them. Please join us in prayer as OCF seeks to determine the next servant for this position.

PURPOSE:  Represent and conduct the ministry of the Officers’ Christian Fellowship (OCF) 

SUPERVISOR:  Director of Field Operations 

RESPONSIBILITIES:  The OCF Field Staff Representative is responsible for OCF’s work at Maxwell-Gunter AFB and wherever airmen are assigned. Engage military leaders in Biblical fellowship and growth to equip them for Christ-like service at the intersection of faith, family, and profession.  The staff member will be known for living out an obedient life under the gospel of Jesus Christ and:  

  1. Teach, train, equip, and exhort Christianmilitary leaders to live integrated lives which reflect a growing obedience to the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ.   
  2. Host classes, Bible studies, retreats andspecial events for US (active duty, reserve, national guard, civilian) and international students, dependents, and the military community. 
  3. Visit various bases, schools, locations such that OCF’s work ismatured. 
  4. Host periodic pray-discover-obey gatherings,connect incoming and outgoing leaders, host local team training events, and remain aware of local ministry team needs and concerns. 
  5. Support the chaplaincywhile also synchronizing OCF’s military ministry with local churches and parachurch organizations.  
  6. Develop an annual ministry plan and budget and fundraise the resources to execute this plan via the budget. 
  7. Attend meetings, conferences and retreats as OCF’s Maxwell-Gunter representative.
  8. Submit appropriately to the Director of Field Operations, Executive Director and Council in accordance with OCF’s Constitution, Bylaws and Personnel Policies.
  9. Provide regular reports to the home office, supporters and supervisors as required.

Working Conditions:  Reside in the vicinity of Montgomery, AL. Work is done amongst officer candidates, officers, senior non-commissioned officers, civilians, retirees and the families of these leaders. Regular travel, public speaking, meeting attendance, team leadership, significant office hours (to complete budgets, ministry plans, fundraising, calendar year planning, newsletters, financial reports and ministry reports) and effective use of email, text, voice calls, social media, mobile devices and of the Microsoft Office suite are required. This is a full-time, exempt position and the working hours required will be as necessary to carry out the responsibilities of the ministry.   

PURPOSE:  Represent and conduct the ministry of OCF in accordance with the OCF Vision, Mission, and Strategic Framework as directed by the Executive Director or his designated representative. 

SUPERVISOR:  Director of Field Operations  

RESPONSIBILITIES:  The OCF Field Staff Representative is responsible for the OCF fellowship at Fort Leavenworth. The OCF Field Staff Representative establishes enduring robust ministry programs and forms and sustains local ministry teams in order to execute Christ-centered ministries of outreach, service, and growth throughout the Fort Leavenworth population and to continue with follow-on service in the operational military. The primary focus is on the mid-grade active duty military and families of the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College and tenant organizations of Fort Leavenworth. 

Specific responsibilities of this position are as follows:  

  1. Evangelize, encourage, and equip military leaders in order to develop their personal relationship with the Lord, Jesus Christ.  
  2. Equip and encourage military leaders to fully integrate their faith and profession to grow and serve as effective Christians in their local ministry with the goal of sending out Christ-like leaders engaged in the OCF mission in assignments worldwide. 
  3. Encourage OCF membership, participation and assumption of stewardship responsibility for the ministry.
  4. Develop, sustain, and lead a ministry team of members to provide comprehensive and installation-wide ministries of outreach, growth, and service. 
  5. Coordinate the actions of the OCF Fort Leavenworth ministry team with the leaders of the Command Religious Program and other agencies as needed. Provide spiritual and personal support to chaplains and chapel programs.Assist Chaplains (as permitted) as the Chapels’ community coordinator of lay and discipleship ministries.  
  6. Connect departing members with their gaining installation’s OCF in order to promote their continuing service and growth.
  7. Integrate the local OCF ministry with the greater OCF ministry continuum including OCF conference centers, OCF field staff, and national OCF programs and initiatives.
  8. Develop an annual ministry plan and budget and fundraise the resources to execute this plan via the budget. 
  9. Support local OCF leaders at other bases or posts as assigned by the Director of Field Operations.  

 WORKING CONDITIONS:  Serves at Fort Leavenworth and resides in the vicinity of Fort Leavenworth, KS. This is a full-time, exempt position and the working hours required will be as necessary to carry out the responsibilities of the ministry. Travel for ministry, council meetings and staff conferences, is required.