Internship Opportunities

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NextGen Internship Kids@FHC (Ballantyne Campus)

NextGen Internship (Eastland Campus)

Connections Internship (Waxhaw Campus)

Interested candidates should email, HR@foresthill.org

Motion Graphic Designer

Central

As a Motion Graphic Designer, you concept and create content that supports Forest Hill on all of its creative channels. From weekend service elements, event promotion, social media content and more, the work you create will help Forest Hill accomplish its mission of building bridges to those far from God.

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General Responsibilities:

  • Create video content for services that supports Church/series branding and environmental design.
  • Create mograph content for our online content channels, with an emphasis in Instagram and Youtube.
  • Brainstorm creative projects as part of the Creative team.

Must Haves:

  • Relevant experience in motion graphics and working in a professional, creative environment.
  • Proficiency in After Effects, Cinema 4d, and widely used plug-ins for both.
  • Ability to execute a project from concept to completion, with particular strengths in storytelling and graphic design.
  • Desire to be a part of a collaborative work environment, contributing elements video projects and others outside of normal motion graphics.
  • Ability to handle multiple projects at different stages of development and regularly hit deadlines.
  • Experience taking an implementing the feedback of others.
  • The drive to continually improve learn and grow at your craft.
  • A personal relationship with Jesus, and a calling to advance His kingdom through the use of creativity.
  • A demo reel available online.

Bonus If:

  • Demonstrated experience working with or developing a brand identity.
  • Experience in adding visual effects to video projects.
  • Experience in building and growing creative volunteer teams.
  • Firm grasp in rendering technologies such as Redshift, Octance, or comparable.
  • Experience in styles geared towards young adult audiences.
  • Technological understanding of how to trouble shoot issues in hardware or software that arise in projects.
  • Demo reel or porfolio in other creative disciplines.

Make sure the link to your reel is prominent in your submission. If work show was created in collaboration with a team, make sure your contribution is clearly communicated. This position is central for all campuses and works out of our South Park location.

Interested candidates should submit their resumes AND Demo Reel to hr@foresthill.org.

 

 

Worship Leader

TBD

This full-time position will share responsibility for creating and facilitating engaging and meaningful Christ-centered worship experience that reflects the mission, vision and interests of Forest Hill Church.

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Additional duties include:

  • Collaborate in the creative design of weekend worship experiences.
  • Lead the congregation in worship on the weekends and other worship gatherings.
  • Provide coaching and guidance of contract and volunteer personnel in worship.
  • Collaborate with supervisors, peers, direct reports and support personnel to achieve common goals.
  • Help to create tracks (vocal or instrumental) and other resources to compliment the worship experience.
  • Participate in vocal and instrumental rehearsals.
  • Recruit, audition, and facilitate the development of all stage personnel.
  • Collaborate in the creation, composition, arrangement and publishing of original Forest Hill Church worship elements.
  • Support the worship/music needs in pastoral functions and special emphases of the church.
  • Provide relief and support to other campus worship teams as needed.

 

Qualified candidates should possess a diverse knowledge of musical styles, ability to lead diverse musical performances that engage large congregations, strong vocal and instrumental ability, strong interpersonal skills, ability to develop others, and strong time management skills. The successful candidate will have at least two years of experience leading adults in worship within a large church, experience in worship music composition and arrangements (both vocally and instrumentally), and experience working with relevant music tracking software. Associates degree or higher education and proficiency in one or more lead musical instruments and competence in a variety of styles of musical performance preferred.

 

Interested candidates should submit their resumes AND performance video(s) to hr@foresthill.org.

 

 

Human Resources Director

Central

This position is responsible for the overall Human Resources functions for the Church. Duties include employee relations, performance reviews, managing and administering employee benefits, new employee orientation, annual benefits open enrollment, maintenance of employee records, facilitating new hires and terminations, periodic review and revision of employee related policies, and compliance with all related local, state and federal laws. Performs duties as established to meet the organizational mission, vision, and values of Forest Hill Church.

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Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

(includes, but not limited to)

  • Collaborate with leadership to develop, implement and oversee training and development needs for individuals, groups, and staff-wide needs.
  • Collaborate with leadership to continually evaluate, develop, and assess macro and micro-cultures, working to help continually develop and embed Forest Hill DNA to meet mission, and values.
  • Provide and foster a working environment in which the employees are able to comfortably engage in the employee relations process.
  • Partner with the leadership to advise on many issues that have an impact on staff, ranging from expansion to succession planning and organizational restructuring.
  • Establish and maintain HR “best practices” in the context of a local church. Ensure alignment of HR strategy to Forest Hill mission, vision, and values.
  • Oversee employee relations issues, ranging from coaching and feedback to terminations. Collaborate with leaders to ensure organizational health and mitigate employee relations issues.
  • Continually review, recommend, draft and update revisions of policies and procedures, including staff guide. Ensure policies are implemented, executed, and adhered to. Ensure corrective action processes and terminations adhere to state and federal laws.
  • Manage all staff recruiting processes, including job descriptions, external and internal recruiting/hires, partnership with leadership in panels and interview processes, attracting new talent, and new hire orientation.
  • Manage performance review / coaching and feedback process, adjusting and offering development opportunities based on individual, group, and staff-wide needs and trends.
  • Continually utilize technology to continually improve HR functions and processes.
  • Responsible for the establishment and maintenance of an effective and efficient employee benefit programs. Serve as a benefits resource to employees, handling issues as they arise. Monitor and review benefits plans, maintain contact with broker on a regular basis to insure prompt resolution to daily issues. Work with Broker to schedule and oversee open enrollment periods for company sponsored benefits
  • Oversee Leave and FMLA processes, including STD and LTD, to ensure compliance with local and state laws. Ensure employees are aware of their rights, receive and complete paperwork and submissions for coverage, where approved.
  • Ensure the church is adhering to all local, state and federal laws as it relates to EEO, FLSA, HIPPA, FMLA, Workers Compensation, OSHA, USERRA, etc. Ensure labor law posters are posted and visible to all employees to access and review.
  • Evaluate employee assessment tools related to interviewing assessments and ongoing staff development.
  • Oversee the HR budget, including but not limited to staff recruitment, relocation, staff care and training, background checks, salary and benefits.
  • Continually evaluate salary and benefits, recommending adjustments as needed to ensure highest and best use of gifts.

 

Skills / Qualities / Knowledge Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s Degree Human Resources. Master’s Degree in Human Resources preferred.
  • PHR, SPHR, SHRM-CP, SCHRM-SCP or related certification strongly preferred.
  • Minimum of 5+ years of progressive experience in human resources areas: employee relations, benefits, staffing, organizational development.
  • Experience in staff training and development (L&D).
  • Experience working or volunteering for a non-denominational church. Membership to Forest Hill a plus.
  • The duties of this position are often driven by deadlines. The ability to prioritize workflow, juggle multiple projects at once and change directions in mid-project is essential.
  • This position requires a general knowledge of Human Resources policies and practices with emphasis on Compensation and Benefits including State and Federal regulations including FLSA, FMLA, ERISA, IRS, DOL, COBRA, ACA, OSHA, and HIPAA requirements.
  • Experience with the administration of benefits plans and automated payroll systems a plus.
  • Ability to learn new software programs required in the administration of various benefits programs and their respective report writing systems.
  • Ability to create, review and revise Human Resources policies and procedures as necessary
  • The ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing is essential as is the ability to establish and maintain effective and productive working relationships with both internal and external clients.
  • The ability to communicate benefits changes to employees in an easy to understand manner.
  • Ability to identify areas of need, and facilitate staff training and development workshops and training sessions as needed.

 

Interested applicants should submit their resumes to HR@foresthill.org

Preschool Lead Teacher

Fort Mill

Forest Hill Academy is a faith-based, full-day, year-round preschool which focuses on building a solid foundation where every child will learn how to grow into dynamic life in Christ by caring for the whole child (spiritually, socially, emotionally, physically and academically) in a loving, nurturing setting.

 

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Forest Hill Academy is currently hiring full-time lead teachers for ages 6 months to pre-K. Teachers must have undergraduate college or university degree in early childhood, child development, or a related field; or must have at least a high school diploma or GED and at least six months experience as a teacher/caregiver in a licensed, approved or registered child care facility.

 

Job responsibilities include:

  • Providing a Christ centered, safe, engaging environment for children.
  • Working with children in groups or one-on-one, depending on the needs of children and the subject matter.
  • Planning and carrying out a curriculum that targets different areas of child development, such as language, motor, and social skills.
  • Keeping records of the students’ progress, routines, and interests, and keeping parents informed about their child’s development.
  • Establishing and maintaining positive working relationships with fellow staff, parents, and administration.

 

COVID-19 considerations:
Staff and children are required to complete daily COVID questionnaires as well as temperature checks, wash and/or sanitize hands frequently throughout the day as well as maintain social distance (when possible).

Interested candidates should email, HR@foresthill.org 

Preschool Assistant Teacher

Fort Mill

Forest Hill Academy is a faith-based, full-day, year-round preschool which focuses on building a solid foundation where every child will learn how to grow into dynamic life in Christ by caring for the whole child (spiritually, socially, emotionally, physically and academically) in a loving, nurturing setting.

 

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Forest Hill Academy is currently hiring part-time assistant teachers for ages 6 months to pre-K.

Teachers must have undergraduate college or university degree in early childhood, child development, or a related field; or must have at least a high school diploma or GED and at least six months experience as a teacher/caregiver in a licensed, approved or registered child care facility.

 

Job responsibilities include:

  • Assist lead teacher in
    • Providing a Christ centered, safe, engaging environment for children.
    • Working with children in groups or one-on-one, depending on the needs of children and the subject matter.
    • Planning and carrying out a curriculum that targets different areas of child development, such as language, motor, and social skills.
    • Keeping records of the students’ progress, routines, and interests, and keeping parents informed about their child’s development.
    • Establishing and maintaining positive working relationships with fellow staff, parents, and administration.

 

COVID-19 considerations:
Staff and children are required to complete daily COVID questionnaires as well as temperature checks, wash and/or sanitize hands frequently throughout the day as well as maintain social distance (when possible).

Interested candidates should email, HR@foresthill.org 

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