Job Opportunities

The title of this page says “Job Opportunities,” but these are not just “jobs,” they’re an opportunity to work as digital missionaries, digital evangelists, and pioneers in God’s work.

If you’re looking for an opportunity to work with God….if you’re looking for a truly unique project sharing the Gospel with the world (233 countries so far)….if you’re looking for a way to use your passion for digital marketing to make a real difference in people’s lives….

This may be the position you’re looking for!

Who Is COE?

If you want the full story, read about us here.

COE mission is to share the Gospel with a massive, untapped mission field–people who use search engines to ask spiritual questions.

We create high-performance content designed to rank for specific spiritual-topic keywords in search engines.

This is not “interruption marketing”–we’re answering the questions people are asking, at the point when they most want the answers.

Our projects have reached a combined 233 countries, but we still have a lot of opportunity for growth ahead of us.

Our team is like a family, even though we’re scattered around the globe. We work remotely, but are bound together by our passion for digital ministry.

Our culture is based on a safe, flexible, trusting work environment. We place a high value on respecting each individual, regardless of job title or length of service. We also do our best to meet the unique needs of our individual team members. In return, we want your best work.

Administrative Assistant


What You Will Impact/Own

In this role, you’ll have a significant impact on the entire ministry. Some of the items in this list will be responsibilities and outcomes you will own. Others are elements on which you will have significant input (and impact) with the development, execution and outcomes.

  • Improve the effectiveness of our management team by 
    • Monitoring and managing the flow of communications inside our organization as well as between our team members and external entities.
    • Maintaining company calendars, arranging and coordinating meetings.
    • Assisting with event preparations.
  • Other activities to empower and enable the digital ministry efforts of our team, as assigned.

A Timeline of the Next 12 Months, and the Role You Could Play, if Hired

The digital marketing world can change overnight, so flexibility is very important for this role. But we can give you an estimate of what the next 12 months will look like for this role:

  • Your first quarter – You’ll be jumping off into the deep end of the pool! You’ll spend time in training meetings and project meetings, getting a sense of this complex operation and the people on our team. You’ll learn about the various tools we use for communications, bookkeeping, project management, and administrative activity.  You’ll work most closely with the Office Administrator in this quarter, but you’ll also start working with the management team to find ways to support their schedules, communications, etc. At the end of this first 90 days, you’ll participate in a performance review where we decide if we want to continue working together.
  • Your second quarter – We have several events scheduled, so you’ll probably be involved with preparations for at least one of them during this quarter. By now, you should be familiar with our existing workflows and processes, and be looking for ways we can  improve them. You will also be providing more support for the management team, and looking for ways you can take on administrative tasks for them.
  • Your third quarter – In addition to the general administrative activities—which should be routine by now—you’ll be involved in assisting the Marketing Dept with preparation for another event. You’ll also be involved with year-end activities, including assisting with benefits renewals, collecting information for annual reports, etc.
  • Your fourth quarter – By now, you’ve become an invaluable member of the team. You know enough about the organization and the team members that you are able to take the initiative in suggesting tasks that you can take over for them.

What You Can Learn (or Master) in this Role

One of the most valuable assets you can bring to this role (besides a great attitude) is a growth mindset. Always be learning. We encourage our team members to learn new skills, and will pay for outside training if you can make a strong case for a return on the investment.

Skills and Qualities You Should be Able to Deliver 

  • Passion for ministry–especially digital ministry
  • High level of 
    • Organization
    • Written and verbal communication
    • Critical thinking
    • Attention to detail
  • Basic computer skills: 
    • sending, saving, storing files, typing documents, filling out forms online and getting around on the internet
  • Basic knowledge of 
    • Microsoft Office Word and Excel
    • Google Workspaces (Gmail, Calendar, Drive, Docs, etc)
    • Scheduling
    •  Zoom meetings
    • online research 
  • Work and manage time independently 
  • Upholds a strict level of confidentiality

Skills and Qualities We’d Like You to Have (but aren’t required)

  • Basic knowledge of:
    • Quick Books and/or accounting software
    • DocuSign
    • PDFiller
    • Tsheets or other time tracking software
    • Project tracking
  • Proficiency in Excel and Word

Other Useful Information 

  • This is a full-time, hourly remote position–work from your own location, with a reliable internet connection and videoconferencing capacity (Zoom)
  • This role will require active participation in multiple meetings, so you will need to work within normal work hours of a North American Time Zone
  • This position reports to the Office Administrator and the Deputy Director
  • $20/hour. Compensation (full-time only) includes accrued PTO, medical, and 401k with employer contribution

 

Think you have what it takes to add value to this mission?

Ready for God to use you in a really big way?

Fill out the form below and upload your resume/portfolio.