West Side Baptist Church of Topeka (the Church) seeks qualified individuals for hourly and salaried positions of employment. Currently, the Church is seeking applications for immediate hiring in the following open positions:
CHILD CARE WORKER – 2 POSITIONS OPEN (08-01-2022): The Nursery Attendant serves as a part-time child-care professional at West Side Baptist Church of Topeka, Kansas (the Church). She or he is expected to provide general child-care for scheduled services at the Church. The Nursery Attendant shall have formal and practical child-care experience and training; as well as satisfactorily complete a background check. An hourly wage will be based on education, performance, and experience.
Application for Employment – Interested individuals should download, complete, sign, and return (via US Postage or In-Person) an Application for Employment for any and all open positions at the Church.
Coronavirus (COVID 19) Mitigation Requirements – All employees and persons are required to comply with COVID 19 restrictions and mitigation practices required by the Center for Disease Control (CDC), Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE), and the Shawnee County Health Department.
Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) – The Church does not discriminate against employees based on race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or genetic information. Religious corporations, associations, educational institutions, or societies are exempt from the federal laws that EEOC enforces when it comes to the employment of individuals based on their particular religion if the requirement is a bona fide occupational qualification (BFOQ). In other words, an employer whose purpose and character is primarily religious is permitted to lean towards hiring persons of the same religion for positions requiring religious affiliation (e.g., minister, rabbi, priest, imam, or pastor). This exception relieves religious organizations only from the ban on employment discrimination based on religion. It does not exempt such organizations from employing individuals due to their race, gender, national origin, disability, color, and/or age. Other employers should avoid questions about an applicant’s religious affiliation, such as place of worship, days of worship, and religious holidays and should not ask for references from religious leaders. See the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission website at https://www.eeoc.gov.
The Law – The Church complies with all federal, state, and local laws related to employment verification, enforcement, posting, reporting, termination, and document retention.