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HCBC is a great place to work, serve, and grow as part of a vibrant staff team dedicated to reaching people for Christ. We place a high value on small group community, developing the next generation of Christ followers and leaders, making a positive impact on our community, taking the gospel to unreached people groups around the world, and personal evangelism. Our staff core values include passion, integrity and incarnational living. We believe there’s nothing greater than the joy of being a part of God’s work and mission in our community, city and world.


Full-Time Opportunities


Custodial SupervisorJob Description

We are looking for an experienced commercial cleaning expert and manager to supervise custodial staff to clean and maintain our Lakeline Campus facility. The ideal candidate will be a mature follower of Jesus Christ who is knowledgeable in all principles and best practices for commercial cleaning. They need to have proven ability to lead a successful custodial crew, including spiritual development, teamwork, training, scheduling, cleaning, chemical, equipment and safety procedures, purchasing of supplies, and more. This person should also be bi-lingual (Spanish and English) with high integrity, good communication and computer skills and the ability to assess needs and accomplish results in a fast-paced environment. Hiring is contingent on eligibility to work in the United States. To learn more about this role, see the link above. To be considered for this role, submit your résumé to staffing@hcbc.com.

Part-time Positions

Contract or Temporary Positions

Community Impact Interns – Are you looking for an opportunity to invest your life into at-risk children, youth and families? Do you have a passion for serving your community and others who need a hand up? Considering working for a non-profit someday? If so, we may have a summer internship that would be a perfect fit for you!

The Community Impact ministry at Hill Country Bible Church will be hiring four interns to join us in a joint internship serving at risk children, youth and families at Mission: Possible! Austin in East Austin and experience serving with 9 nonprofits at the Christian Resource Center in Cedar Park.

This is a paid internship; however, our interns are required to send out support letters to raise a portion of their salaries. For details, download an information packet and application here. Completed applications may be sent to tlaws@hcbc.com.


Childcare Workers – We are looking for responsible, mature and loving individuals to serve as paid childcare workers during our Women’s Bible Study on Thursday mornings beginning September 8. Qualified candidates should contact Chelsey Martignago at cmartignago@hcbc.com to apply. Hiring is contingent on ability to work in the United States.

Future Opportunities and Positions

As God continues to expand the reach of our ministry, we will continue to launch multi-site campuses. With every new campus, we are still one church in multiple locations, but these campuses can provide a focused approach in meeting the needs of these communities along with sharing the good news of the gospel and having a central, neighborhood location to gather and worship on the weekends. We believe that campuses will accelerate our vision of reaching every man, woman and child in Greater Austin with the life-changing reality of Jesus Christ. Some of our staff openings will be part time and others full time, but we anticipate filling the following roles:

Campus Worship Pastor – Leads our congregation in meaningful worship; responsible for training and shepherding bands and other volunteers at the local campus and oversees the worship portion of the services.

Children’s Ministry Campus Coordinator – Oversees all aspects of Children’s Ministry at the campus; recruits, trains and shepherds volunteers, works with the Lakeline Campus CM team for a unified scope and sequence that can be effectively implemented at their campus.

Campus Administrative Coordinator – Supports the campus pastor and volunteers; equips others and owns details in executing weekend services, leads the communication, scheduling and other coordination functions throughout the week.

Technical Coordinator – Owns all technical support (sound, lights, media, set up, etc.) for weekend services and special events throughout the week, recruits and trains volunteers.

If you would like to be considered for a future opening, send your résumé to staffing@hcbc.com.