As churches grow, finding qualified church staff to join the ministry team is a real need. In the past ten years, a handful of church staffing websites have cropped up to fill the void and assist both job candidates and churches with finding the perfect fit.

Like other industries, looking for jobs and posting openings online is quite natural. But instead of posting on the usual secular job websites such as Monster.com and Indeed.com, using a site that is tailored to the church market is essential.

Recently, Todd Rhoades launched a new site called, ChurchJobs.tv:

If you’re looking for a new staff member, ChurchJobs.tv will be a great resource for you. You’ll be able to advertise your open positions and search resumes from qualified staff members all across the country. Plus you’ll get access to our exclusive candidate tracker software that will help you access applicants, resumes, and hiring scenarios.

If you’re looking for a new place to serve, ChurchJobs.tv will offer you a chance to get your resume seen by people at churches that are actually hiring. You’ll be able to search open positions by church size, position type, location… even zip code proximity.

If your church has an opening, please take a moment to add it to ChurchJob.tv’s database (its absolutely free). If you do so this week, they will include it in their email newsletter next week… so it will get some great exposure! (This email goes out to about 10,000 church leaders!)

And… if you’re looking for a new position, add your resume this week (for free) and Todd will include a link to it in next week’s email newsletter to get you going!

If you know of a church that’s hiring, please pass this information on to them. ChurchJobs.tv would love to fit as many openings in next week’s email as possible.

Add Your Church’s Free Job Opening | Add Your Free Resume

Other church job websites that can be helpful to your church are Churchstaffing.com, ChurchStaffSearch.com, ChurchJobs.net, ChurchJobFinder.com, ChurchJobsOnline.com.

Lauren Hunter is a freelance writer, church technology PR consultant (http://lhpr.net) and founder of the blog ChurchTechToday (http://ChurchTechToday.com), Technology for Today’s Church.