Join the ICLV team, here are current career opportunities.

All resumes should be sent to [email protected].

Resumes must include phone number and email address.

Accounts Payable Specialist

Full time 40 hours per week M-F

Accounts Payable Specialist

This position will require a very organized person who can handle a fast-paced environment with very tight deadlines.

To perform the job successfully, an individual should demonstrate the following competencies to perform the essential duties and responsibilities of this position:

• Attention to detail and accuracy

• Strong interpersonal skills

• Excellent communication skills both written and verbal

• Organizing and prioritizing

• Confidentiality and judgement

• Problem-solving skills

• Proficient in time management

Essential Functions:

• Process vendor invoices and check requests for payment. This includes reviewing, scanning, coding, entering, and ensuring appropriate supporting documentation.

• Processes employee expense reports and requests for reimbursement.

• Reconciles all credit card accounts.

• Processes replenishment of petty cash fund by recording entry; verifying documentation.

• Responsible for the processing, tracking and mailing of checks.

• Produce weekly to bi-weekly planned payment reports for invoice approvals.

• Monitor accounts and contract billings to ensure payments are current.

• Correspond with vendors, managers, and upper management and respond to inquiries.

• Research and resolve billing discrepancies, missing invoices, outstanding checks, and general inquiries as

required.

• Maintains schedule of all automatic bank transfers for utilities, insurance etc., and tracks due dates and posts payments to vendor accounts.

• Setup and maintain automatic and recurring payments.

• Maintain unpaid invoice filing.

• Maintain paid invoice filing.

• Process vendor address change requests for new and existing associations.

• Obtain and track W-9 forms and process annual 1099 forms.

• Setup and maintain vendor contact information in QuickBooks.

• Store all permanent records from the previous year in a clearly identified, easily retrievable manner.

• Maintain accounts payable documents in clearly identified, disposable containers. Maintain for 7 years

• Other duties may be assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:

• Minimum three years accounting experience in a high-volume environment

• Minimum High School Diploma

• Knowledge of accounts payable

• Proficient with QuickBooks, Word, Excel, and Outlook

• Knowledge of office equipment such as a copier, fax, and phone

• Proficient in data entry

• Available to work flexible hours and overtime when needed

 

$12.00 – $15.00 per hour DOE

Accounts Receivable Specialist 

Part  time 24 – 28 hours per week M-F

Accounts Receivable Specialist

This position requires a person who is extremely organized who can handle a fast-paced environment with very tight deadlines.

To perform the job successfully, an individual should demonstrate the following competencies to perform the essential duties and responsibilities of this position:

• Attention to detail and accuracy

• Strong interpersonal skills

• Excellent communication skills both written and verbal

• Organizing and prioritizing skills

• Confidentiality and judgement

• Problem-solving skills

• Proficient in time management

Essential Functions:

• Reconcile processed work by verifying entries and comparing system reports to balances, with strong emphasis on detail and accuracy.

• Maintain accounting ledgers by verifying and posting transactions and preparing journal entries.

• Receive, handle, count, and deposit tithes and offerings in the form of cash, checks, and credit cards.

• Receive, handle, count, and deposit miscellaneous payments in the form of cash, checks, and credit cards from different ministries.

• Input data into preliminary reports on Mondays and Thursdays.

• Scan checks into remote deposit.

• Process (charge) credit card offerings from tithe givers.

• Input data into Planning Center of tithe givers throughout the week.

• Input bank deposits into QuickBooks.

• Input stripe payment into QuickBooks.

• File deposits that have been recorded in QuickBooks.

• Write credit card decline letters to tithe givers on Fridays.

• Double check all works are processed and deposited into right accounts and classes in QuickBooks on Fridays.

• File and box all deposits into bank box at the end of every month.

• Prepare bank reconciliation for ICA, Pre-School, and PTP accounts

• Input credit card cees from transfers/FDC into QuickBooks

• File all bank statements in a folder by account, by month

• Store all permanent records from the previous year in a clearly identified, easily retrievable manner.

• Maintain all receipts and individual contribution records in clearly identified, disposable containers.

• Other duties may be assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:

• Minimum three years accounting experience

• Minimum High School Diploma or equivalent

• Knowledge of Accounts Receivable

• Proficient with QuickBooks, Word, Excel, and Outlook

• Knowledge of office equipment such as a copier, fax, and phone

• Customer service experience

• Proficient in data entry

• Available to work flexible hours and overtime when needed

 

$12.00 – $13.50 per hour DOE

Accounts Payable Specialist

Full time 40 hours per week M-F

Accounts Payable Specialist

This position will require a very organized person who can handle a fast-paced environment with very tight deadlines.

To perform the job successfully, an individual should demonstrate the following competencies to perform the essential duties and responsibilities of this position:

• Attention to detail and accuracy

• Strong interpersonal skills

• Excellent communication skills both written and verbal

• Organizing and prioritizing

• Confidentiality and judgement

• Problem-solving skills

• Proficient in time management

Essential Functions:

• Process vendor invoices and check requests for payment. This includes reviewing, scanning, coding, entering, and ensuring appropriate supporting documentation.

• Processes employee expense reports and requests for reimbursement.

• Reconciles all credit card accounts.

• Processes replenishment of petty cash fund by recording entry; verifying documentation.

• Responsible for the processing, tracking and mailing of checks.

• Produce weekly to bi-weekly planned payment reports for invoice approvals.

• Monitor accounts and contract billings to ensure payments are current.

• Correspond with vendors, managers, and upper management and respond to inquiries.

• Research and resolve billing discrepancies, missing invoices, outstanding checks, and general inquiries as

required.

• Maintains schedule of all automatic bank transfers for utilities, insurance etc., and tracks due dates and posts payments to vendor accounts.

• Setup and maintain automatic and recurring payments.

• Maintain unpaid invoice filing.

• Maintain paid invoice filing.

• Process vendor address change requests for new and existing associations.

• Obtain and track W-9 forms and process annual 1099 forms.

• Setup and maintain vendor contact information in QuickBooks.

• Store all permanent records from the previous year in a clearly identified, easily retrievable manner.

• Maintain accounts payable documents in clearly identified, disposable containers. Maintain for 7 years

• Other duties may be assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:

• Minimum three years accounting experience in a high-volume environment

• Minimum High School Diploma

• Knowledge of accounts payable

• Proficient with QuickBooks, Word, Excel, and Outlook

• Knowledge of office equipment such as a copier, fax, and phone

• Proficient in data entry

• Available to work flexible hours and overtime when needed

 

$12.00 – $15.00 per hour DOE

Accounts Receivable Specialist 

Part  time 24 – 28 hours per week M-F

Accounts Receivable Specialist

This position requires a person who is extremely organized who can handle a fast-paced environment with very tight deadlines.

To perform the job successfully, an individual should demonstrate the following competencies to perform the essential duties and responsibilities of this position:

• Attention to detail and accuracy

• Strong interpersonal skills

• Excellent communication skills both written and verbal

• Organizing and prioritizing skills

• Confidentiality and judgement

• Problem-solving skills

• Proficient in time management

Essential Functions:

• Reconcile processed work by verifying entries and comparing system reports to balances, with strong emphasis on detail and accuracy.

• Maintain accounting ledgers by verifying and posting transactions and preparing journal entries.

• Receive, handle, count, and deposit tithes and offerings in the form of cash, checks, and credit cards.

• Receive, handle, count, and deposit miscellaneous payments in the form of cash, checks, and credit cards from different ministries.

• Input data into preliminary reports on Mondays and Thursdays.

• Scan checks into remote deposit.

• Process (charge) credit card offerings from tithe givers.

• Input data into Planning Center of tithe givers throughout the week.

• Input bank deposits into QuickBooks.

• Input stripe payment into QuickBooks.

• File deposits that have been recorded in QuickBooks.

• Write credit card decline letters to tithe givers on Fridays.

• Double check all works are processed and deposited into right accounts and classes in QuickBooks on Fridays.

• File and box all deposits into bank box at the end of every month.

• Prepare bank reconciliation for ICA, Pre-School, and PTP accounts

• Input credit card cees from transfers/FDC into QuickBooks

• File all bank statements in a folder by account, by month

• Store all permanent records from the previous year in a clearly identified, easily retrievable manner.

• Maintain all receipts and individual contribution records in clearly identified, disposable containers.

• Other duties may be assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:

• Minimum three years accounting experience

• Minimum High School Diploma or equivalent

• Knowledge of Accounts Receivable

• Proficient with QuickBooks, Word, Excel, and Outlook

• Knowledge of office equipment such as a copier, fax, and phone

• Customer service experience

• Proficient in data entry

• Available to work flexible hours and overtime when needed

 

$12.00 – $13.50 per hour DOE

Lead Custodian

Part time approximately 25 hours per week
Hours may vary; may require evening and weekend work

Summary:

Under general supervision, performs skilled manual labor at the supervisory level involved in a variety of assignments related to the care and cleaning of facilities. The Lead Custodian directs the work of custodians, ensures that job performance standards are being observed, oversees event resource set­up and performs heavy manual labor which includes the cleaning of multiple buildings, moving of equipment and furniture, locking doors and other entrances, and reporting unusual events to management.

Responsibilities and Duties:

Communicates with management and staff regarding job assignments, daily and long­range projects, work sites, special event set­ups,  supplies and equipment needs, safety procedures, assignment priorities and timeliness, and other instructions and related matters.

Trains custodial staff and related staff; assists management in developing training and work procedures and information.

Assists management in setting up, reviewing and modifying staff work schedules, scheduling and modifying work site locations and assignments in order to most effectively deploy custodial staff crew members; coordinates overtime assignments in conjunction with supervisor.

Performs room set­up and take down for regular programming and special events.

Leads workers and participates in sweeping, dusting, scrubbing, vacuuming and polishing floor coverings, furniture, fixtures, rugs, carpets, and other services, waste removal and other custodial assignments; recycling; washes, scrubs and disinfects  restrooms; cleans light fixtures, windows, door frames and other elevated surfaces; assists in campus evacuations, building lockdowns, floor and spill cleanups, and other emergency preparedness and response actions.

Collects and disposes of trash; moves furniture and equipment for special facility set­ups according to specifications; monitors, issues and repairs cleaning equipment and supplies; reports supply quantity levels to supervisory staff; assists in the inventory of cleaning and related supplies by monitoring quantity and reporting supply amounts as required.

Uses safety equipment, supplies and follows safety procedures as required; reports safety, fire and sanitary hazards to supervisor; may be required to drive a motor vehicle in the performance of assigned tasks.

Performs other related duties as assigned.

Physical Requirements:

Light to moderate work, exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 10 pounds of force frequently, and/or a negligible amount of force constantly to move objects. ​

Will be required to bend, crawl, stoop and/or kneel to access areas requiring repair or installation.

Pushing, pulling, moving moderate to heavy objects up to 100 pounds occasionally and up to 50 pounds regularly.

Must possess strength, stamina and mobility to perform heavy physical work. Will be required to climb ladders, walk and stand for extended periods of time. Specific vision abilities required include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and the ability to adjust focus. 

Qualifications:

High School diploma or GED equivalency.

A combination of training and experience equivalent to two years of successful custodial experience and one year of supervisory responsibility.

Demonstrated skill in the use of safety procedures, cleaning equipment, solutions and supplies, including applicable chemicals.

Demonstrated experience stripping and waxing of floors and shampooing of carpets and the operation of common equipment related to building and facility cleaning. 

Demonstrated skill in following oral and written instructions.

Demonstrated supervisory skills in directing the work of others.

 

$9.50 – $12.50 per hour DOE

Custodian 

Part time approximately 25 hours per week
Hours may vary; may require evening and weekend work

This position is part time at 25 hours per week.

Summary:

Under general supervision, performs day to day cleaning and general maintenance of Church, school and administrative facilities. It is the responsibility of the Custodian to insure that the facilities are cleaned and sanitized in a condition of operating excellence, cleanliness, and safety. Custodians are responsible for carrying out these functions in a helpful and cheerful manner to all who enter or contact the Church, while meeting the needs of staff, guests, volunteers, and congregants.

Responsibilities and Duties:

The custodian is a part-time/on-call position reporting to the Facilities Supervisor. The custodian will maintain tasks as listed below as a summary of specific job responsibilities on a daily basis:

· Cleaning of the front and rear entry doors.

· Vacuuming of all carpeted areas.

· Cleaning and sanitizing all restrooms

· Replenishing supplies in restrooms (bath tissue, soap, hand towels).

· Clean floors.

· Empting trash receptacles throughout building.

· Dusting and wiping walls.

· Sweeping and mopping.

· Perform minor/routine maintenance at the facility.

· Sweep exterior walkways, pick up paper and trash.

· Respond to immediate cleaning requirements during their scheduled work shift.

· Set- up furniture and equipment in meeting spaces for use by ministries.

· Assisting church members with special events, i.e. unloading and loading vehicles.

· Reporting all accidents and injuries.

· Locking and securing the building at the close of hours of operation, to include assuring the building is clear of guests, locking all windows and entryways, gated parking lots, and initiating the security system before leaving the building.

· Other related duties as assigned.

Knowledge, Skills, and Personal Attributes:

The custodian must have proficient knowledge & training in the following areas:

· Standard cleaning procedures, for chemicals, products, and equipment

· Hazardous material information system

· Ability to read and understand labels and instructions, particularly on the use and application of cleaning chemical and products.

· Must show attention to detail and ability to work independently with little supervision.

· Problem solving

· Effective verbal and listening communication skills.

· Time management.

· Ability to work with little or no supervision.

· Professional conduct, appearance, and communication.

· Versatility, flexibility, and “high energy” multi-tasking capabilities in work relationships and job function.

· Committed focus on service, teamwork, quality, and safety.

· Be comfortable working in an overtly religious setting; being respectful of the beliefs of others.

· Demonstrate a commitment to excellence in performing job functions.

Physical Requirements:

The custodian position is physically demanding. The custodian must spend the entire time at work standing, walking, lifting, operating medium weight cleaning equipment such as floor buffers; sweeping and mopping floors and moving furniture and empting and carrying trash bags and other disposable materials to the outside receptacles, climbing stairs and ladders, stooping, crouching kneeling and pushing. The custodian is required to do a great deal of stretching and bending, often in awkward positions. The position requires the successful candidate to be able to lift up to 50lbs and to be able to manipulate chairs, 6ft tables and other furniture without assistance.

Environmental Conditions

The custodian will work on a daily basis with dangerous and toxic cleaning products that can be very harmful to one’s health if not properly utilized. In some cases, these products give off unpleasant odors. The conditions of the washrooms may be unpleasant.

Sensory Demands

Many of the cleaning materials give off noxious fumes and have powerful odors. If not handled properly, cleaning materials can cause injury, sickness, and/or skin irritations and rashes. Custodians should exercise proper precautions in handling such products.

Qualifications:

  • High School diploma or GED equivalency.
  • One to three years related experience and/or training or equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Proficiency in reading, speaking, and writing English language.

$8.75 – $10.00 per hour DOE

Lead Custodian

Part time approximately 25 hours per week
Hours may vary; may require evening and weekend work

Summary:

Under general supervision, performs skilled manual labor at the supervisory level involved in a variety of assignments related to the care and cleaning of facilities. The Lead Custodian directs the work of custodians, ensures that job performance standards are being observed, oversees event resource set­up and performs heavy manual labor which includes the cleaning of multiple buildings, moving of equipment and furniture, locking doors and other entrances, and reporting unusual events to management.

Responsibilities and Duties:

Communicates with management and staff regarding job assignments, daily and long­range projects, work sites, special event set­ups,  supplies and equipment needs, safety procedures, assignment priorities and timeliness, and other instructions and related matters.

Trains custodial staff and related staff; assists management in developing training and work procedures and information.

Assists management in setting up, reviewing and modifying staff work schedules, scheduling and modifying work site locations and assignments in order to most effectively deploy custodial staff crew members; coordinates overtime assignments in conjunction with supervisor.

Performs room set­up and take down for regular programming and special events.

Leads workers and participates in sweeping, dusting, scrubbing, vacuuming and polishing floor coverings, furniture, fixtures, rugs, carpets, and other services, waste removal and other custodial assignments; recycling; washes, scrubs and disinfects  restrooms; cleans light fixtures, windows, door frames and other elevated surfaces; assists in campus evacuations, building lockdowns, floor and spill cleanups, and other emergency preparedness and response actions.

Collects and disposes of trash; moves furniture and equipment for special facility set­ups according to specifications; monitors, issues and repairs cleaning equipment and supplies; reports supply quantity levels to supervisory staff; assists in the inventory of cleaning and related supplies by monitoring quantity and reporting supply amounts as required.

Uses safety equipment, supplies and follows safety procedures as required; reports safety, fire and sanitary hazards to supervisor; may be required to drive a motor vehicle in the performance of assigned tasks.

Performs other related duties as assigned.

Physical Requirements:

Light to moderate work, exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 10 pounds of force frequently, and/or a negligible amount of force constantly to move objects. ​

Will be required to bend, crawl, stoop and/or kneel to access areas requiring repair or installation.

Pushing, pulling, moving moderate to heavy objects up to 100 pounds occasionally and up to 50 pounds regularly.

Must possess strength, stamina and mobility to perform heavy physical work. Will be required to climb ladders, walk and stand for extended periods of time. Specific vision abilities required include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and the ability to adjust focus. 

Qualifications:

High School diploma or GED equivalency.

A combination of training and experience equivalent to two years of successful custodial experience and one year of supervisory responsibility.

Demonstrated skill in the use of safety procedures, cleaning equipment, solutions and supplies, including applicable chemicals.

Demonstrated experience stripping and waxing of floors and shampooing of carpets and the operation of common equipment related to building and facility cleaning. 

Demonstrated skill in following oral and written instructions.

Demonstrated supervisory skills in directing the work of others.

 

$9.50 – $12.50 per hour DOE  

Custodian 

Part time approximately 25 hours per week
Hours may vary; may require evening and weekend work

This position is part time at 25 hours per week.

Summary:

Under general supervision, performs day to day cleaning and general maintenance of Church, school and administrative facilities. It is the responsibility of the Custodian to insure that the facilities are cleaned and sanitized in a condition of operating excellence, cleanliness, and safety. Custodians are responsible for carrying out these functions in a helpful and cheerful manner to all who enter or contact the Church, while meeting the needs of staff, guests, volunteers, and congregants.

Responsibilities and Duties:

The custodian is a part-time/on-call position reporting to the Facilities Supervisor. The custodian will maintain tasks as listed below as a summary of specific job responsibilities on a daily basis:

· Cleaning of the front and rear entry doors.

· Vacuuming of all carpeted areas.

· Cleaning and sanitizing all restrooms

· Replenishing supplies in restrooms (bath tissue, soap, hand towels).

· Clean floors.

· Empting trash receptacles throughout building.

· Dusting and wiping walls.

· Sweeping and mopping.

· Perform minor/routine maintenance at the facility.

· Sweep exterior walkways, pick up paper and trash.

· Respond to immediate cleaning requirements during their scheduled work shift.

· Set- up furniture and equipment in meeting spaces for use by ministries.

· Assisting church members with special events, i.e. unloading and loading vehicles.

· Reporting all accidents and injuries.

· Locking and securing the building at the close of hours of operation, to include assuring the building is clear of guests, locking all windows and entryways, gated parking lots, and initiating the security system before leaving the building.

· Other related duties as assigned.

Knowledge, Skills, and Personal Attributes:

The custodian must have proficient knowledge & training in the following areas:

· Standard cleaning procedures, for chemicals, products, and equipment

· Hazardous material information system

· Ability to read and understand labels and instructions, particularly on the use and application of cleaning chemical and products.

· Must show attention to detail and ability to work independently with little supervision.

· Problem solving

· Effective verbal and listening communication skills.

· Time management.

· Ability to work with little or no supervision.

· Professional conduct, appearance, and communication.

· Versatility, flexibility, and “high energy” multi-tasking capabilities in work relationships and job function.

· Committed focus on service, teamwork, quality, and safety.

· Be comfortable working in an overtly religious setting; being respectful of the beliefs of others.

· Demonstrate a commitment to excellence in performing job functions.

Physical Requirements:

The custodian position is physically demanding. The custodian must spend the entire time at work standing, walking, lifting, operating medium weight cleaning equipment such as floor buffers; sweeping and mopping floors and moving furniture and empting and carrying trash bags and other disposable materials to the outside receptacles, climbing stairs and ladders, stooping, crouching kneeling and pushing. The custodian is required to do a great deal of stretching and bending, often in awkward positions. The position requires the successful candidate to be able to lift up to 50lbs and to be able to manipulate chairs, 6ft tables and other furniture without assistance.

Environmental Conditions

The custodian will work on a daily basis with dangerous and toxic cleaning products that can be very harmful to one’s health if not properly utilized. In some cases, these products give off unpleasant odors. The conditions of the washrooms may be unpleasant.

Sensory Demands

Many of the cleaning materials give off noxious fumes and have powerful odors. If not handled properly, cleaning materials can cause injury, sickness, and/or skin irritations and rashes. Custodians should exercise proper precautions in handling such products.

Qualifications:

  • High School diploma or GED equivalency.
  • One to three years related experience and/or training or equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Proficiency in reading, speaking, and writing English language.

$8.75 – $10.00 per hour DOE

All resumes should be sent to [email protected].

Resumes must include phone number and email address.