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Meaningful work for an eternal purpose

Working at City Gospel Mission is more than a regular job

City Gospel Mission employees do meaningful work – for an eternal purpose. If you have a heart for people in need, you can make a difference here.

We understand that our staff and volunteers are our most valuable resources and we seek to create an environment that promotes teamwork and personal growth… and in the long run support each employee to hear from our Father “Well done, good and faithful servant.”

Those who join our staff can enjoy rewarding work, a productive environment, good wages and excellent benefits. Questions? Contact HR Director Kelly Wilson at

“I love working for City Gospel Mission! It allows me to use and build on the gifts God has given me. My coworkers are a mini-community of believers and we get to partner with Greater Cincinnati churches and their ministries. I even volunteer outside of work time!”

– Dale Ann Wilkins, Area Director, Whiz Kids

Current Openings at City Gospel Mission in Cincinnati, Ohio

Unless otherwise indicated, please send resumes and references to HR Director Kelly Wilson at

Career Advocate

Career Advocates help our program participants prepare to shine in the marketplace as they seek employment opportunities. These individuals teach and coach the JobsPlus curriculum. The career advocate works with participants in one-on-one training discussions and also in small group meetings. The work is done in person and by video conferencing. Career Advocates work with both adult program participants and students, who are a part of our programming for high schoolers. He/she works as a team member with the rest of the JobsPlus staff who work at our sites in Cincinnati, Fairfield and Middletown. The career advocate will facilitate virtual and onsite workshops, interactive group discussions, career development seminars, and offsite training programs as directed by the Vice President.

Career Advocate Description (PDF)

Discipleship Coordinator (Compares to Community Support Worker)

Discipleship Coordinators work directly with program participants on the daily activities related to rebuilding self-discipline and lives free of addictive thinking and behaviors. They supervise participants’ compliance with Recovery program policies, procedures, and principles. They oversee daily operations including planning, scheduling, and transporting program participants, through the various tasks that need to be accomplished each day. They will also administer disciplinary consequences as needed.

Discipleship Coordinator Description (PDF)

Youth Ministry Internships

Our Internship program provides an opportunity for current college students, recent graduates, and those in mid-career to serve a local church in youth ministry. Through hands-on experience, these one-year internships train, equip, and challenge participants to minister effectively to people in poverty. For more information about becoming an intern or having an intern placed at your church, please contact Barry Baker at (513) 345-1056 or