Do you love children and snuggling babies? Asbury’s Day School, CASA is looking for a few teachers and substitute teachers who are loving and can show our kids the love of Christ. Nearly 250 children—each with individual personalities—are loved and cared for by an experienced staff.
We believe in love, laughter, and learning at C.A.S.A. by nurturing self-confidence through creative activities and exploration of the world around us. All children are special in God’s eyes and our goal is to help each child obtain his or her full potential.
In this role, you will work in a classroom setting with children ranging in age from 2 months – 6 years old. Teachers must be able to lift children, change diapers, and other general duties required to take care of children, ensuring their needs are met. Hours are 9am – 2pm with the opportunity to work additional hours. Teachers are needed for 5-day/week, 4-day/week, and 3-day/week. We are also looking for substitute teachers who work when they are available to support our staff. C.A.S.A. typically follows the Shelby County School System calendar. Experience is preferred but not required.
Ready to take the next step? Email your letter of interest and resume to Carolyn Ealy, CASA Director at email@example.com.
Are you passionate about empowering and guiding students on their spiritual journey? Do you have a heart for students and a desire to make a lasting impact in their lives? If so, we want you to be a part of our dynamic team at Asbury United Methodist Church in Birmingham, Alabama! At Asbury, we are a vibrant community dedicated to growing our faith, building lasting relationships, and serving our local community. Our High School Student Ministry is a vital part of our church family, and we are excited to find a dedicated and enthusiastic High School Student Ministry Director to lead our youth towards a deeper connection with their faith and community.
As the High School Student Ministry Director, you will play a pivotal role in nurturing the spiritual growth of our high school students. Your mission is to create an exciting and engaging environment where students learn to embody the way of Jesus, together. This role is all about building relationships with students and their families, fostering connections, and providing opportunities for spiritual growth and development.
If you are ready to inspire and empower our high school students, we want to hear from you! First, review the full job description by clicking here. Then submit your resume and a cover letter detailing your passion for this role and your vision for our High School Student Ministry to David Miller, Executive Director at firstname.lastname@example.org.