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Childcare Provider - Rabbit Creek Church Children’s Ministry

Job Description
Rabbit Creek Church Childcare Provider Job Description Children’s Ministry Mission Statement:
Introducing children to and helping them explore the wonder of God’s love and salvation and joining with their family on their journey of Spiritual development.
The Nursery and Children’s Ministries are not child care, but are a mission field: First to the children, by actively showing them Christ’s love reflected by our caring paid and volunteer staff; and Second to the parents, allowing them to worship and grow spiritually knowing their children are safe and well provided for. As this is a ministry position those employed by the church in this area are required to be active and growing in their Christian Faith.
Staff Position Purpose:
to provide a safe, caring learning environment for infants through pre- kindergarteners
Personal Qualifications:
• Possesses team attitude with flexibility and adaptability in carrying out the church mission and working with other staff.
• Executes tasks assigned with a high degree of professionalism; consistently on time and has a positive attitude
Specific Responsibilities:
• Be ready to work a minimum of 15 minutes prior to the event’s start time
• Clock hours using easytimeclock on-line time clock
• Wear your Child Care name tag so parents can readily identify you as staff • Follow instruction of Nursery Supervisor and Children’s Pastor for daily assignments which may be given via phone, email, or in person
• Be proactive and active in your responsibilities
• Empower volunteers to teach, play with, and love the children
• Check-In / Check-Out – be aware of parents awaiting assistance, be
friendly, be confident, and be helpful
• Toileting – diaper changing or assisting children who are toilet training
• Snack – be aware of all food allergies, alert other staff and volunteers, take
appropriate measures to ensure children are not exposed to allergens,
take appropriate measures immediately if they are exposed
• Craft – set up and clean up crafts applicable to Bible concepts, etc
• Bible Lesson – during all possible times use play to reinforce Bible concepts
for the month
• Complete appropriate reports for any injuries incurred while in RCC care
• Accident Reports: give it to the parents at Check-Out with a verbal explanation of what occurred and treatment given
• Bite Reports: give the “I bit today” form to biter’s parents and “I was bitten” report to injured child’s parents with verbal explanation while protecting confidentiality
• give a copy to the Nursery Supervisor to file
• Remain in the nursery area until all children have been picked up and the area has been cleaned according to policy
• Maintain a high level of integrity and grace when working with parents, volunteers and other staff members
• Other responsibilities as needed during the course of the ministry year cycle which include but are not limited to:
• additional events on Sunday afternoons, Sunday evenings, Christmas Eve and other holiday services
• additional deep cleaning sessions
To the Nursery Supervisor To the Children’s Pastor To the Senior Pastor
Work Schedule:
Child Care hours as scheduled by Nursery Supervisor with a maximum of 7 hours per week (exact breakdown will vary depending upon ministry needs)*:
• 4.5 hours school year Sunday morning schedule for the execution of both services; the goal is for staff to attend 1 service and be on call while attending the other
• 2.5 hours Tuesday night child care
* additional hours to be approved on an as needed basis
Rev. 10/2017

About 12100 Coffee and Communitas
Our Coffee and Tea Vision -
Great coffees have stories to tell. They come from beautiful, exciting and exotic places. They are grown, picked and processed in interesting and unique ways. All of this agriculture is accomplished by skilled artisans using a lifetime, often several lifetimes, of experience. We believe that these nuances receive their best chance to shine when they are offered in coffee roasted light to medium by, yet another, skilled artisan. This comparably light roasting allows the fruitiness of our beans to shine. While it's true that even the worst of beans can be roasted dark enough to give a bold, "roasty" flavor, only the best of beans possess the inherent depth to shine in more controlled roasting. This delivers the true flavor of the coffee and our friends at Black Cup Coffee truly excel in this area. The final group of artisans, our professionally trained baristas, offer the very best in coffee house experiences.
Our Coffee standards are set by the classic definition of words like "Cappuccino" and "Latte." This leads to a few minor differences in our shop. First, we offer Lattes and Cappuccinos in 12 and 16 ounces, classically the proportions of steamed milk and coffee work best in theses sizes. Second, we steam our milk to 140 degrees as hotter milk produces a scalded taste that pairs poorly with coffee. Third, we offer lots of unique and interesting ways to brew your favorite coffee. Sound pretentious? We hope not and we won't treat you pretentiously, we promise. We want to serve great coffee - that means coffee you like. Like your milk screaming hot? Let us know - We can do that. Do you prefer a dark roast coffee? We stock traditional darker roasts as well. Really just love brewed, black coffee? We make that fresh all day. Just let us know your preferences. Are you interested in trying something new? Ask our friendly, knowledgable baristas what they are excited about this week.
Are you more of a tea person? You'll love the more than 20 hand blended, loose leaf teas selected from the diverse stocks of our local partner Summit Spice and Tea. We brew our teas at the perfect temperature and steeping time to accompany their level of fermentation and offer tea by the cup, small pot or large, sharable pot. All our baristas are carefully trained by Summit Spice and Tea staff to assure you a truly excellent "cuppa."
After all You, our community, are the final and most important part of our vision...

Our Community Vision -
When 12-100 Coffee and Communitas was designed our driving focus was to build a space that was central to the south Anchorage community we exist within. We included meeting rooms and classrooms so that we could offer a space for our community to come together. Our rental rooms seat 25 and 40 and serve everything from business classes to art shows. Our free community-use classrooms seat 10 and 15 and are perfect for your study, game or discussion group. Our desire was to make sure that our community is well served by our facility. We look forward to continuing partnerships with you. We want 12-100 to be a welcoming environment to our fellow community members regardless of their background. This leads us to the only thing we avoid: We do our very best not to host events that might be divisive to our community. This means we don't host open political events or protest demonstrations. We might agree with you, we might disagree, it's really not a matter of political persuasion, we reserve all of our relational currency for the one issue we are passionate about...

Our Christian Faith
12-100 is owned, operated by and supported daily by Rabbit Creek Community Church. We built this space to have a chance to share in a conversation that includes the truth that God loves you, He sent His Son, Jesus, to die for you. He has a great and personal plan for your life. This means we are passionate about loving you like Jesus does. We think this translates to excellent customer service, passionate care for the farmers who provide our coffee, open arms to our brothers and sisters in Christ regardless of church affiliation, and genuine care for all without regard to faith or church affiliation. We host events for our sister churches who are working to care for our community without charge. We welcome children like our Savior does, even the loud ones, and we are passionate about creating an experience that includes rather than one that excludes. Don't share our faith? We promise, you won't feel awkward here.
We're a coffee shop - one we think you're gonna love.

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