JEFFERSON CITY – Pastors and churches wanting to network online to seek and fill vacant ministry positions are getting help from improved resume services available to all Missouri Baptists.
Effectively immediately, the existing MBC Resume Service gives way to a simpler, faster, and more effective service provided by the Southern Baptist Convention.
The new website is available at sbc.net/jobs, or it may be accessed through the Missouri Baptist Convention website mobaptist.org/resume.
A church may post ministry openings using its SBC ID number to log in. Once logged in, the church may enter job descriptions, salary information, church location, and other information.
Those seeking ministry positions may simply respond to the posted job opening.
There is no cost for using the service.
Gary Mathes, the MBC’s pastoral ministry specialist, says the SBC service is faster and simpler to use than the current system.
“The SBC service is a great tool for MBC churches to post their ministry vacancies and provides them with current resumes of interested candidates,” he said. “It is a vast improvement over the MBC’s former resume service, which often proved difficult to use and out of date.”
Data from the former MBC service will be deleted no later than May 1.