Part-Time Employment Opportunities

The opportunities listed on this page are not guaranteed by the Career Development and Internships Office, and are listed only as a service to current North Park students and alumni. Please contact the office for more information on available assessments and tools for developing your career after college.


Job Title: Teacher

Company: RENEWAL UNLIMITED, INC. A Community Service Agency


Experience: Plans, implements and supervises daily operations of the Head Start Center. Teaches a double session classroom consisting of 15 children in an a.m. session and 15 in a p.m. session. Fridays are a planning day. Must have a BS Degree in Early Childhood Education. Excellent Benefit Package.  Position begins July 1st.  Please visit our web site, www.renewalunlimited.net, for an application or call (608)742-5329.  An EEO/AA Employer.

Salary: $1,054 - $1,164 bi-weekly.

Job Location: Administrative Offices 2900 Red Fox Run Portage WI 53901 (608) 742-5329 FAX: (608) 742-5481

Contact: (608) 742-5329


How to Apply: 

Job Title: Math Tutoring Fellow (Match Corps: Chicago)

Company: Match Education

Website: Match Education


  • Must be a Senior (Graduating Date: May 2014 or earlier) Alumni or Graduate Student looking for Entry Level Full-time Employment, Full-time Employment
  • Must have a Bachelor's Degree

Salary: $17,000 per year

Job Location: Chicago High Schools Chicago, IL 60625-60649

Contact: Ashlie Tyler, Operations Director, ashlie.tyler@matcheducation.org, (312) 212-0449

Description: Are you interested in education reform? 

Join Match Corps: Chicago, a full-time, in-school, professional tutoring fellowship overseen by Match Education. We are seeking smart, idealistic, relentless people for the 2014-2015 school year. Fellows tutor math in some of the lowest performing public high schools across the City of Chicago. Each Fellow works with two students at a time for each period of the school day, and will have a personal caseload of 12-13 students for the entire school year. Fellows drive student achievement by providing individualized instruction, and by building personal and meaningful relationships with students and their families. 

Match is working with the University of Chicago Crime Lab as part of a two year gold-standard clinical study examining effective ways to reduce violent crimes and drive academic performance in adolescent males. Here are some media highlights about the research and our work so far: 

“Students learned in an eight-month period the equivalent of what the average American high school student learns in math over three years of school” – New York Times 

“Match Educations high impact tutoring model is transforming opportunity for students in Boston & Chicago—we need to replicate excellence!”—U.S. Secretary of Education, Arne Duncan 

• Provide individualized instruction and build personal relationships with students and their families. Fellows contact families at least once a week. 
• Modify tutorial materials, which are developed by our Curriculum Director, to meet the needs of their students.
• Participation in after school team debrief sessions, including but not limited to: daily report completion, entering of student grades, professional development sessions, tutorial observation feedback session, and more. 

Tutors will have 11 month contracts (August 1, 2014-June 30, 2015) from the University of Chicago, which includes a monthly stipend, a modest transportation award and health benefits.

How to Apply: To apply please send cover letter and resume to Ashlie Tyler, ashlie.tyler@matcheducation.org

Job Title: Coach

Company: Chicago Flyers Track Club

Website: Chicago Flyers Track Club

Experience: Coaches should have excellent leadership skills and a passion for coaching

Salary: $10-17 per hour

Job Location: Lane Tech High School/River Park Track 2501 W Addison Chicago, IL 60618

Contact: Michelle Gagnard, Founder, coachflyers@chicagoflyers.org, (312) 282-4446

Description: The Chicago Flyers, One Team, serving multiple communities in the Chicago metropolitan area. We strive to create a passion for fitness through track and cross country while holding athletes accountable to a character driven program. Coaching requires attending coaches training, practices and possible meets. 

Two start dates, April 21 or May 26. 

Assistant Sprint Coach: Lead kids, 8-14. Execute existing program of safe track coaching with character based lessons and much fun! 

Assistant Distance Coach: Lead kids, 8-14. Coach must be able to "herd" runners on long distance runs, either running or on a bike. Preferable past distance runner.

Little Flyers Coach: Manage the team of 6-8 year old kids. Introduce to basics of track yet maintain the spirit of free. This position mandates patience and flexibility!

How to Apply: To apply please send cover letter and resume to Michelle Gagnard, coachflyers@chicagoflyers.org

Job Title: Recruiting Assistant to our seasoned Recruiting team

Company: Cumberland Therapy Services

Website: Cumberland Therapy Services

Experience: Cumberland Therapy Services, a growing healthcare staffing firm providing therapy and special education staff to schools and pediatric facilities nationwide, seeks a high energy, resourceful Sales & Recruiting Assistant to back up our seasoned Recruiting Team. This is a terrific opportunity for an individual with an interest in sales, recruitment or healthcare to gain hands on experience and build a resume. We are open to entry level and experienced candidates interested in our company and in this opportunity.

Salary: Commensurate with experience; hourly

Job Location: 3701 North Ravenswood Suite 248 , Chicago, IL 60607

Contact: Nick Tomczak, Operations Manager, ntomczak@cumberlandtherapy.com, 1-800-337-5965

Description: Full time or Part time (3-5 days a week/24-40 hours). Flexible on hours and days worked. 

Working out of our Chicago office in the Lakeview neighborhood, you’ll speak with qualified Speech Pathologists, Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists and School Psychologists to identify with their future employment goals. Excellent speaking, typing and MS Office skills, along with attention to detail will make you the right person for this position. Additional responsibilities will include working with our marketing team in managing/organizing our RFP process.

The successful candidate will bring:

  •  Great phone presence and skills. Comfortable speaking with educated therapy individuals
  •  Sharp organizational skills and eye for detail
  •  A proven ability to take initiative, work independently, find the resources you need to complete an assignment
  •  A desire to learn
  •  Comfortable with being on the phone most of the working day.
  •  A keen sense of urgency and the proven judgment to make sound independent decisions 
  •  Word and Excel skills.

If all of this sounds like you, we’re eager to talk to you about our company and this position. Send your resume and a cover letter, demonstrating your writing skills and explaining why you believe you meet the criteria above. We’ll get back with you quickly.

How to Apply: To apply please send cover letter and resume to Nick Tomczak, ntomczak@cumberlandtherapy.com

Job Title: Onsite Convention Staff

Company: Action Figures Convention Staffing

Website: Action Figures Convention Staffing

Experience: Experience in hospitality/customer service, good typing skill is plus.

Salary: $11.00 per hour with daily overtime

Job Location: McCormick Place Convention Center (usually, occasionally at different sites) 2301 South King Drive, Chicago, IL 60616

Contact: Laurie Jaffe, Manager, AFchicagorecruitment@yahoo.com, (312) 445-6250

Description: Hard working, enthusiastic candidates only who enjoy interacting with people and giving quality attention to detail and service. Many different jobs - greeters, directionals and info to typists, cashiers and full data entry. Badge scanners, passing out tote bags, flyers and info as well as ticket takers and educational session monitors. Press, speaker room and lounge monitors and more.
Occasional part-time job opportunity. Approximate hours of job varies by convention.

How to Apply: To apply please send cover letter and resume to Laurie Jaffe, AFchicagorecruitment@yahoo.com

Job Title: Various Positions

Company: Moody Bible Institute

Website: Moody Bible Institute


Please visit website for requirements for specific positions.

Salary: Commensurate with experience

Job Location: 820 N. LaSalle Drive, Chicago, IL 60610

Contact: Human Resources, hresources@moody.edu, Phone (312) 329-4237, Fax (312) 329-2155


Archives Assistant – Library

Editorial Assistant – Moody Publishers

Library Tech-Administrative Asst. – Library

National Programming Assistant – Radio Programming

How to Apply: Please send cover letter and resume to Human Resources email address listed above.

Job Title: Toddler Sunday School Teacher

Company: Grace Chicago Church

Website: Grace Chicago Church

Experience: Candidates must have experience working with children and a background in early childhood education or child development.

Salary: $15 per hour

Job Location: Nettelhorst Elementary School, 3252 n Broadway, Chicago, IL 60657

Contact: Analisa Caref, (773) 616-3522, ministry@gracechicago.com, Ministry Coordinator

Description: Grace Chicago Church is looking for an individual to teach Sunday School to a group of 2 and 3 year olds. This person should have a deep compassion and love for children along with an understanding of their social, cognitive and spiritual development. The classroom will be staffed each week with a parent volunteer to assist. Lesson plans, materials and training are provided. The time commitment is 9:30-12:30 each week, with occasional opportunities for extra hours during special services. . We are looking for individuals who are reliable, prompt, and able to communicate effectively with parents. Candidates will need to provide references upon request and must submit to a background check. Grace Chicago Church meets at Nettelhorst School, located in the Lakeview neighborhood. Parking is available, and we are easily accessible by public transportation.

How to Apply: Please send resume and cover letter to contact person listed above.

Job Title: Group Worker (Part-Time)

Company: Albany Park Community Center

Website: Albany Park Community Center


  • Minimum of one year of college with at least six credit hours related to the field or two years of experience.
  • Additional coursework, major in education or related fields preferred.

Salary: Commensurate with experience

Job Location: 4754 N. Leavitt , Chicago, IL 60625

Contact: Raina Sajous, Center Director, rsajous@apcc-chgo.org, (773) 271-3850

Description: Albany Park Community Center, an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer, is seeking a part- time Group Worker for its School-Age Child Care program located at 4754 N. Leavitt, Chicago, Illinois 60625. 

Work Schedule: 
Part-Time, 2:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Mondays – Fridays

Examples of Duties and Responsibilities:

Supervises group of up to 20 children between the ages of 6- 12 years.

  • May supervise 1-2 volunteers and/or aides.
  • Plans and implements daily activities as reflected in written lesson plans.
  • Maintains a clean and attractive environment daily.
  • Performs all record keeping relevant to position.
  • Cooperates and maintains positive relationships with parents, other staff, and community partners.
  • Attends workshops, meetings, conferences as required. 
  • Achieves a minimum of fifteen hours of continuing professional development annually, in accordance with DCFS Day Care licensing standards.
  • Adheres to licensing requirements, agency policies, accreditation standards and program guidelines.
  • Participates in supervision of children on off-site field trips, walking trips and outdoor activities as required.
  • Willingly assumes other duties and responsibilities as may be required or assigned.

Examples of Additional Skills/Knowledge
  • Ability to work well with school-age children and interact in a positive way.
  • Familiarity with school-age child development stages.
  • Ability to make use of resources to plan a variety of appropriate daily activities.

How to Apply: Please send cover letter and resume to Raina Sajous rsajous@apcc-chgo.org

Job Title: Inside Sales Representative

Company: Ortho Molecular Products

Website: Ortho Molecular Products

Experience: The ideal candidate will:

  •  Possess a bachelor’s degree
  •  Have an aptitude for science 
  •  Be passionate about wellness and helping physicians and patients
  •  Entrepreneurial spirit
  •  Willingness to relocate to other states
  •  Determination to succeed

Salary: Salary with commission

Job Location: 1991 Duncan Place Woodstock, IL 60098

Contact: Nathan Albertson, Human Resources, recruiter11@ompimail.com, (815) 206-6537

Description: Inside Sales Representative

Ortho Molecular Products is looking for dedicated, passionate individuals who are looking for a career in sales! As a leader in dietary supplement industry, Ortho Molecular partners with physicians and other healthcare professionals from across the country. In order to continue to provide the highest level of service, we are looking to add Inside Sales Representatives to our professional team.

Our Inside Sales Representatives are our future sales leaders. In this role, you will work to develop your sales ability, increase your product knowledge and prepare yourself to transition into an Sales Account Executive position when an opening becomes available.

During your time as an Inside Sales Representative you will be responsible for a region, calling on physicians’ offices, detailing products, outlining promotions and setting up future appointments.

This is a great opportunity for a new graduate who is looking to gain valuable experience. Inside Sales Representatives must be willing to relocate to other states when an open territory occurs.

As a full time employee of Ortho Molecular Products, you will be eligible for: health and dental benefits, ability to enroll in voluntary benefits, 401(k) with company match, gym membership and corporate wellness program and bonus opportunities.

How to Apply: We are looking to invest in dynamic, sales minded individuals and provide the necessary training for future success. Apply today! Email resumes to: recruiter11@ompimail.com

Job Title: Recess Coach

Company: Right at School

Website: Right at School

Experience: Previous experience leading or instructing large groups of school-age children in organized activities. Playground management skills with the ability to use and model appropriate, positive discipline. 
Education or Physical education majors should apply!

Salary: $10-$12 per hour

Job Location: Job will be in one of 22 CPS locations, depending on need Chicago Public Schools Chicago , Illinois 60657

Contact: John Ranieri, Director of Operations, john.ranieri@rightatschool.com, (224) 805-1027

Description: Manages a group of up to 50 students per recess period. Ensure the safety of all students during recess. Administer first aid if necessary. Deliver Right at School curriculum by engaging and playing games with students.

How to Apply: To apply please send cover letter and resume to John Ranieri, john.ranieri@rightatschool.com

Job Title: Children and Family Ministries Director

Company: Baker Memorial United Methodist Church

Website: Baker Memorial United Methodist Church

Experience: This person will also have the following skills, knowledge and experience:

  •  Bachelor’s degree preferably in Christian Education, Sociology, Education, Theology, Child Development or other closely related field or commensurate experience
  •  Strong personal professed faith in Christ
  •  Familiarity with the theology and doctrine of the United Methodist Church
  •  Christian education/formation experience preferred
  •  Experience in creating and implementing new programs
  •  Experience in creating healthy teams and leading teams to accomplish objectives
  •  Experience in effectively handling multiple projects in an organized and efficient manner
  •  Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite
  •  Excellent written and oral communication skills
  •  Good problem solving skills
  •  Able to effectively and efficiently delegate and coordinate though/with others
  •  Certified in or willing to become certified in Christian Education

Salary: $15,000-$16,000 annually

Job Location: 307 Cedar Avenue Saint Charles, IL 60174

Contact: Mary Zajac, Pastor, jobopenings@bakermemorialchurch.org, (630) 584-6680

Description: Children and Family Ministries Director: Part-Time

Posted by: Baker Memorial United Methodist Church, 307 Cedar Avenue, Saint Charles, IL 60175

Baker Memorial UMC (http://bakermemorialchurch.org/) is seeking an enthusiastic, creative and energetic individual to lead our Children and Family Ministries. The Director of Children and Family Ministries will be responsible for designing programs that engage children in faith development and help families live into their baptismal commitment to raise their children such that they will desire to profess the Christian faith for themselves. This person will need to engage and mobilize the gifts of others to develop a multi-faceted program that includes Sunday morning programs for children, parent support and community building, intergenerational activities, seasonal programs, Vacation Bible School, spiritual activities for the home, and child oriented community building.

Baker Memorial’s ideal candidate:

• Is enthusiastic and energetic about their ministry
• Has a passion for Christ and a deep desire to help others grow in faith
• Has a love for children and an awareness of the struggles of modern parents
• Is able to mobilize the gifts of others to accomplish goals
• Is drawn to Baker Memorial’s purpose and vision
• Has the confidence and creativity to suggest new ideas
• Will help volunteers grow in faith as they teach, disciple and lead others
• Will partner with Youth and Young Adult Ministries to ensure that children transition into age appropriate programs and families remain well connected and supported
• Is willing to participate in denominational children and family ministry forums

Expected outcomes include:

• Children and family ministries vision, values and activities are aligned to the Church’s
• Create a family oriented, faith based community within the congregation 
• Advocate for children and families though leadership role in the church
• Seek opportunities to engage children and families in other church activities
• Growth in Christian education programs and family related ministries
• Strong relationship between Children and Family Ministries and the staff, volunteers and Church Council
• Families feel equipped to engage in Christian practices in the home

This position is part-time, approximately 20 hours per week, including most Sunday mornings. If interested in applying please contact Pastor Mary Zajac by e-mailing a resume to jobopenings@bakermemorialchurch.org or faxing it to 630-584-6712. Resumes will be accepted through March 2, 2014. Baker Memorial United Methodist Church is an equal opportunity employer.

How to Apply: To apply please send cover letter and resume to Mary Zajac, jobopenings@bakermemorialchurch.org

Job Title: Accounting Associate

Company: PSI Resources

Website: PSI Resources

Experience: Bachelor's Degree in Accounting or related required. Internship experience a plus!

Salary: $14 per hour

Job Location: Morton Grove, Il 60053

Contact: Carrie Murphy, Recruiter, cmurphy@psiresources.com, (630) 968-0061

Description: This person will be handling miscellaneous accounting duties for Fortune 500 clients.

How to Apply: To apply please send cover letter and resume to Carrie Murphy, cmurphy@psiresources.com

Job Title: Medical Technologist

Company: Northwestern University

Website: Northwestern University

Experience: At least 2 years of clinical laboratory experience;

Salary: $20.55 - $25.70 per hour

Job Location: 720 University Place ,, Evanston, IL 60208

Contact: Adam Haddad, Staffing Coordinator, staffing@northwestern.edu, (847) 467-3318

Description: About Northwestern University:

Northwestern University is a private research university located on lakefront campuses in both Evanston and downtown Chicago, Illinois. Northwestern was founded in 1851. In fall 2008, Northwestern opened another campus in Doha, Qatar offering bachelor’s degrees in journalism and communications in partnership with the Qatar Foundation. 

The university employs approximately 7,100 full-time faculty and staff members among its 11 schools and colleges. NU offers over 130 undergraduate programs and 70 graduate and professional programs to the almost 16,000 undergraduate, graduate, and professional students enrolled full time.

Northwestern University is committed to excellent teaching, innovative research, and the personal and intellectual growth of its students in a diverse academic community.

Northwestern Opportunity: 

Northwestern University seeks to employ a varied and diverse range of dynamic people who understand the importance of our mission and vision. When you consider a career at Northwestern University, you know that you are joining an institution with a deep history of academic, professional and personal excellence.

Currently, we have a career opportunity as a Medical Technologist 2. 

The Medical Technologist draws blood and accepts specimens and subsequently performs diagnostic testing for Northwestern University students. Manual and automatic techniques are utilized on a variety of biologic specimens, whose results are then used in the diagnosis and treatment of students in collaboration with other Health Service professionals.

Employee works with a variety of biological specimens and has the potential to be exposed to infectious specimens and sharps on a daily basis. Employee also must interact with patients who often are not comfortable in a healthcare setting and physically respond negatively to specimen collection. Although work hours are defined, staff must be available to perform testing after hours without notice in order to provide the best patient care. Rotation of Saturday work hours is required. When the Lab Supervisor is not present, this position must assume responsibility for the lab and its actions.

This position is part-time, 20 hours per week.

This critical role:

• Performs, evaluates, interprets, correlates, and validates a broad range of Laboratory procedures in the disciplines of Chemistry, Hematology, Immunology, Serology, Microbiology, and Urinalysis, the results of which are used in the diagnosis and treatment of patients;
• Records, reports and monitors all results obtained from the above analyses following the proper University, FERPA (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act) and other regulatory bodies’ procedural guidelines, which includes results delivered from reference laboratories that must be integrated with internal results;
• Obtains, prepares, and handles all laboratory specimens required for the above analyses, which includes knowledge of the proper preparation of specimens sent out for reference laboratory testing.
• Utilizes knowledge of the Laboratory Information System (LIS), Electronic Medical Record (EMR) and other personal computer applications as it applies to the reporting and maintenance of essential laboratory data;
• Performs, records, and evaluates Quality Control (QC) testing before reporting clinical test results, and maintaining an understanding of QC principles in order to take appropriate corrective action when warranted;
• Insures reliable and accurate laboratory data used in the diagnosis and treatment of patients;
• Answers questions from students as well as Professional staff regarding test results, methodology, sensitivity and specificity, and result interpretation, which requires knowledge of normal ranges to correlate with clinical conditions and to initiate follow-up testing following established protocols;
• Maintains a clean and safe work area for staff and students (customers) in accordance with OSHA, FDA, COLA (Commission on Office Laboratory Accreditation), and CLIA (Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendment) standards;
• Maintains, calibrates, troubleshoots, and repairs of Laboratory equipment, with the ability to recognize and resolve technical problems that affect test results together with maintaining, monitoring, and keeping records of an adequate inventory of testing supplies, assuring all supplies are labeled regarding received dates and expiration dates;
• Responds to problems, both physical and emotional that arise with patients in response to specimen collection;
• Understands physiologic processes and basic first aid principles;
• Maintains the smooth operation of a busy clinical laboratory;
• Maintains knowledge and enhances professional growth through active participation in continuing education activities, and review of current literature;
• Performs related duties as required or assigned.

Minimum Qualifications: 

• A bachelor’s degree in Medical Technology or the equivalent combination of education, training and experience from which comparable skills can be acquired;
• Certification as an MT (ASCP) or CLS (MT);
• Completion of phlebotomy rotation or previous job experience in phlebotomy;
• At least 2 years of clinical laboratory experience;
• Demonstrated knowledge of Medical Technology principles, practices, concepts and theories;
• Demonstrated knowledge of QC and QA (Quality Assurance) principles and practices;
• Demonstrated ability to use independent judgment to analyze and interpret laboratory results;
• Demonstrated ability to perform safe and effective phlebotomy techniques;
• Documented experience in working with various types of laboratory instrumentation;
• Demonstrated ability to communicate in an effective, professional, and confidential manner with other healthcare team members.

Preferred Qualifications: 

• Meets all minimum requirements and in addition has at least one year of work experience in an outpatient clinical lab setting;
• Has attended continuing education events since completion of the degree program;
• Demonstrates ability to implement new techniques and procedures in the laboratory;
• Demonstrates the ability to perform in a fast-paced work environment brought on by the medical importance of the lab results generated;
• Demonstrates confidence in technical skills, communication skills, and problem-solving strategies resulting in the ability to make sound independent decisions under the pressure of a heavy workload;
• Demonstrates strong customer service skills with patients as well as other Health Care staff, respecting confidentiality at all times.

Working at Northwestern University:

Beyond being a place to learn and grow professionally, Northwestern is an exciting and fulfilling place to work! Northwestern offers many benefit options to full and part-time employees including: competitive compensation; excellent retirement plans; comprehensive medical, dental and vision coverage; dependent care match; vacation, sick and holiday pay; professional development opportunities and tuition reimbursement.

Northwestern greatly values work/life balance amongst its employees. Take advantage of recreational, cultural, and enrichment opportunities on campus. Employees also receive access to childcare solutions, retail discounts, and other work/life balance resources.

Northwestern University is an equal opportunity employer and strongly believes in creating an environment that welcomes students, faculty and staff of all races, nationalities and religions. In doing so, we offer our students the opportunity to learn and grow in diverse communities preparing them for successful careers in an increasingly global and diverse work force.

How to Apply: For consideration, please click on the link below. You will be directed to Northwestern University's electronic recruiting system, eRecruit, where you will search and apply for current openings. To apply for this position in eRecruit, enter the Job Opening ID number in the appropriate search field. Once you apply, you will receive an email confirming submission of your resume. For all resumes received, if there is interest in your candidacy, the human resources recruiter or the department hiring manager will contact you. Job Opening ID number for this position is 22552. http://www.northwestern.edu/hr/jobs/

Job Title: Part-Time Administrative Assistant

Company: JLD Plan Consultants

Website: JLD Plan Consultants

Experience: Qualifications:

  •  Experience in administrative support and/or office management
  •  Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access)
  •  Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  •  Technologically savvy
  •  Excellent attention to detail, follow-up and organization
  •  Strong sense of urgency, adaptability, flexibility and resourcefulness in completing tasks
  •  Desire to eventually become a business owner
  •  Financial services experience preferred

Salary: $15-$18 Hourly depending on experience and qualifications

Job Location: 1740 Ridge Ave Suite 216, Evanston, IL 60201

Contact: Staci Schmit, Administrative Assistant, admin@jldconsulting.com, (847) 316-0301

Description: Evanston-based retirement plan consulting firm is looking for a motivated, extremely detail-oriented individual to assist the firm’s principal in general operations and client service.

JLD Plan Consultants partners with small and mid-sized companies to create high-quality retirement plans to strengthen their employees’ retirement security. 

Responsibilities include office administrative duties, client service and executive support. The company is currently offering part-time hours of 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. with some flexibility in working additional hours as needed in a professional and casual environment. 


  •  Business correspondence
  •  Presentation materials
  •  Office maintenance and organization
  •  Light bookkeeping
  •  Travel arrangements
  •  Vendor relations
  •  Client/customer service
  •  Continuous management of client databases and software programs
  • Other duties as assigned

How to Apply: Please email resume with cover letter to admin@jldconsulting.com.

Job Title: Office Administrator

Company: Windy City Community Church

Website: Windy City Community Church

Experience: Requirements

  •  Must be a mature evangelical Christian, with proven faithfulness
  •  Must see this job as a ministry to the congregation
  •  Must be a self starter and work in an unsupervised environment
  •  Experience: must have minimum of 5 years in administrative or secretarial position
  •  Must be proficient on Microsoft Office tools and email
  •  Must have a car and a good driving record to use for incidental trips (mileage to be reimbursed)
  •  High School diploma
  •  Must agree with the WCCC Doctrinal Statement
  •  Background check is required
  • This job is 32 hours per week, paid vacation

Salary: Hourly; commensurate with experience

Job Location: 6131 N. Newark Ave. Chicago, IL 60631

Contact: Adaline Coleman, Pastor of Christian Education, adaline@windycitycommunitychurch.org, (773) 631-9222

Description: Office Manager

  •  Organize the office for maximum efficiency
  •  Act as executive assistant to the pastor; coordinate his calendar and appointments 
  •  Maintain the church calendar; scheduling events to avoid conflicts
  •  Provide first line of contact for people contacting the church for information, prayer, support and appointments
  •  Coordinate events and participate in the planning and execution of whole church events
  •  Maintain the repair and maintenance needs and schedule and follow up with tasks that are in progress
  •  Keep staff and elders up to date on the status of tasks on a timely basis
  •  Interface with & direct vendors, and others who are involved in church business. 
  •  Help to introduce and use new technologies to support the mission of the church

  •  Monitor, reply to and forward email sent to the church on a daily basis
  •  Prepare bulletin, inserts, CD labels, coordinate volunteers, email reminders and distribute material 
  •  Coordinate contacts for visitors, hospital visits as required
  •  Creatively contribute to promotional material, admin processes and all church events
  •  Enter bills and reimbursements on a timely basis, distribute credit card statements and bank statements
  •  Maintain the petty cash account
  •  Update web site, order flowers, prepare monthly / quarterly / annual reports as requested
  •  File records as required
  • Prepare communion trays

  •  Must be a mature evangelical Christian, with proven faithfulness
  •  Must see this job as a ministry to the congregation
  •  Must be a self starter and work in an unsupervised environment
  •  Experience: must have minimum of 5 years in administrative or secretarial position
  •  Must be proficient on Microsoft Office tools and email
  •  Must have a car and a good driving record to use for incidental trips (mileage to be reimbursed)
  •  High School diploma
  •  Must agree with the WCCC Philosophy of Ministry and Doctrinal Statement
  •  Background check is required
  •  This job is 32 hours per week, paid vacation,

How to Apply: Download "employment application" from windycitycommunitychurch.org. Submit employment application, resume and a one page testimony to apply@windycitycommunitychurch.org.

Job Title: Director of Youth Ministries

Company: Friendship UMC

Website: Friendship


  • Bachelor’s degree or some college background preferred
  • Experience with multicultural youth, preferably in a church setting
  • Strong leadership, communication and organizational skills
  • Valid Illinois driver’s license and proof of automobile insurance

Salary: Commensurate with experience

Job Location: 305 East Boughton Road, Bolingbrook, IL

Contact: Pastor Anna Shin- pastoranna@friendshipchurchumc.org

Description: We are seeking an energetic person to plan, implement and lead activities for our youth within FUMC and other youth in our community. Program development, good communication skills and administrative duties are part of the job responsibilities. Our candidate will be a spiritual role model for youth, parents and volunteers.

  • Attend worship on Sunday mornings and youth group
  • Be available to develop and plan activities for a youth group each week as well as a youth mission trip annually
  • Work with the Pastor, adult youth volunteers and the Youth Ministry Committee
  • Have values consistent with United Methodist theology

How to Apply: Please send resume with references to contact provided above.

Job Title: Emergency Department Medical Scribe

Company: PhysAssist Scribes, Inc.

Website: PhysAssist Scribes, Inc.

Experience: Qualifications:

  • Highly motivated and experience-driven
  • Pre-health track (pre-med, pre-PA, pre-nursing) preferred
  • At least 18 years old and sophomore status or higher
  • Preferred GPA of 2.8+
  • No clinical experience required to apply
  • Proficient in English; secondary languages required at some locations
  • Follow and observe a physician for extended periods of time
  • Lift approximately 25 pounds
  • Handle a stressful and fast-paced environment
  • Read, write and comprehend through listening
  • Speak fluent English
  • Operate a computer and/or laptop through proficient typing, clicking and viewing a monitor for extended periods
  • Write legibly by hand
  • Motivation. Dedication. Positivity. Professionalism.

Salary: $8.25 - $9.49 per hour

Job Location: 1653 W Congress Pkwy , Chicago, IL 60612

Contact: Andrew Matson, Recruiter II, andrew.matson@iamscribe.com, (817) 507-0318

Description: Gain real-world experience that prepares you for the challenges of the fast-paced medical field. Become an ED scribe today.
Job description:

  • Scribes are active and valuable members of their healthcare teams, providing real-time charting for physicians by shadowing them throughout their shifts and performing a variety of helpful tasks. As a scribe, you’ll gain rare clinical experiences that help you grow as a person and as a professional. 
Common duties include:
  • Recording the patient’s history and chief complaints
  • Transcribing physical exams
  • Recording diagnostic test results
  • Preparing plans for follow-up care
  • Full-time scribes work 16-20 shifts per month, or about 4-5 shifts per week. Shifts are generally 8-10 hours long, but this may vary depending upon location.

Each shift, you’ll be assigned a doctor or physician assistant to work alongside. This means you’re in the room during each evaluation, documenting directly from the patient and provider conversation. And that makes you a valuable part of the healthcare revolution and the patient experience.

How to Apply: To apply please send cover letter and resume to Andrew Matson, andrew.matson@iamscribe.com

Job Title: Receptionist and Waitress (2 positions)

Company: Park Plaza Senior Retirement Community



Computer literate, warm and kind personality, professional demeanor

Salary: Commensurate with experience

Job Location: 6840 North Sacramento, Chicago IL 60645

Contact: Yehuda Lebovits, yehuda@park-plaza.org


Receptionist: Performs administrative and secretarial duties for Executive Director including, maintaining calendar,  scheduling meetings, interacting with department heads and other staff and senior citizen residents on a daily basis, preparing meeting agendas, drafting memorandums and correspondence, and processing payments.

Waitress: Wait on patrons, serve food, be polite and courteous. Other duties as assigned

How to Apply: Please send resume to contact person provided above.

Job Title: Marketing Assistant

Company: Fortune Restoration

Website: Fortune Restoration


  • Strong Writing Skills
  • Team and Goal Oriented
  • Internet and PC Savvy
  • Bi-Lingual (Spanish/ English) Bonus
  • Some Office Experience
  • Creativity

Salary: $12-15 per hour

Job Location: 6619 N. Lincoln Ave. Lincolnwood, Illinoia 60712

Contact: Bob Fortune, Co-Owner, fortunerestorationbob@gmail., (847) 933-8733


  • Internet Promotions
  • Direct Mail Promomtions
  • Internet Review Promotions and Tracking
  • General Office Duties
  • Search Engine Optimization

How to Apply:  To apply please send cover letter and resume to Bob Fortune, fortunerestorationbob@gmail.com

Job Title: Accounting Associate

Company: PSI Resources


Experience: Great opportunity for recent Accounting grad. Internship or professional experience required as well as Bachelors degree.

Salary: $14 per hour

Job Location: Morton Grove, IL 60053

Contact: Carrie Murphy, Recruiter, cmurphy@psiresources.com, (630) 968-0061

Description: This position will encompass many general accounting duties for a company that deals with Fortune 500 companies.

How to Apply: To apply please send cover letter and resume to Carrie Murphy, cmurphy@psiresources.com

Job Title: Accounts Payable Specialist

Company: PSI Resources


Experience: One or more years experience in full-cycle accounts payable (can be internship experience). Bachelors degree in Accounting.

Salary: $14 per hour

Job Location: Morton Grove, IL 60053

Contact: Carrie Murphy, Recruiter, cmurphy@psiresources.com, (630) 968-0061

Description: Fulfills full-cycle Accounts Payable duties for large company working with Fortune 500 clients.

How to Apply: To apply please send cover letter and resume to Carrie Murphy, cmurphy@psiresources.com

Job Title: Specialist, Intermediate Gifts (part-time)

Company: Alzheimer's Association

Website: Alzheimer's Association


  • Possess a minimum of 2 years of successful fundraising experience for a nonprofit or charitable organization, or equivalent 
  • College degree or the equivalent of education and experience 
  • Ability to balance multiple priorities and to work in home-based setting with minimal supervision
  • Ability to communicate clearly and concisely on the telephone 
  • Displays competency in the core competencies necessary to fulfill the position: 
  • Ability to focus on learning about the Alzheimer's Association to be able to communicate clearly and effectively the mission, vision and accomplishments of the Association.
  • Ability to identify donor interest and capacity to create a vision that matches and raises those interests and capacity
  • Ability to cultivate relationships with donors that lead to increasing levels of interest, involvement and investment
  • Ability to manage donors across a large geographic territory. Management duties include: 
  • Weekly, monthly and annual planning for donor contact and cultivation
  • Administrative duties that provide essential communication of information between peers, supervisor and National staff.
  • Ability to work as a team with capacity to work with great effectiveness with other fundraising colleagues and team members.
  • Possess above average communication, persuasion, listening and presentation skills. Must have a pleasant and outgoing demeanor, be a self-motivator.

Salary: Commensurate with experience, bi weekly pay

Job Location: Remote/Work from home 225 N. Michigan Ave Chicago, IL 60601

Contact: Linh Gutierrez, Sr Specialist, Recruiting & HR, lgutierrez@alz.org, (312) 335-8700


  • Establish personal donor contact with an assigned portfolio of mid-level donors as well as prospects delivered by the Prospect Delivery system via telephone
  • Work with major gift officers located in assigned regions to consistently qualify potential major or planned giving prospects to maximize the income from the regions as a whole
  • Provide accurate and detailed documentation of calls using the Prospect Delivery system to ensure continuous and comprehensive assessment of donor needs and interests
  • Create a cultivation plan for core list donors. This plan will include:
  • Detailed cultivation plan for each donor 
  • Strategies for increasing number of successful responses each year
  • Strategies and benchmarks for upgrading giving levels
  • Ensure accurate and timely transfer of donor requests for information to appropriate departments to resolve issues
  • Stay current regarding Alzheimer's Association news through research and conference calls with fellow peers
  • Other duties and projects as assigned.

How to Apply: To apply please send cover letter and resume to Linh Gutierrez, lgutierrez@alz.org