Wheeler Mission is committed to giving hope that changes lives through transformational relationship with Jesus Christ. Wheeler Mission considers every position one of ministry and a vital and valued part of our team. Therefore, it is essential that all employees of Wheeler Mission have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ and subscribe to our Mission, Vision, and Core Values. Employees are encouraged and expected to share the Gospel as opportunities arise.*
Wheeler employees strong Christian leaders who want to make a difference in their community. Our employees serve in many unique ways to help us achieve our mission and bring Christ’s love to those in need. This includes preparing and serving food to our guests, counseling people through addiction recovery, developing relationships with donors and volunteers, maintaining Wheeler’s facilities, and many other tasks that allow us to continue pursuing God’s work.
While Wheeler employees take care of others in our community, Wheeler works to take care of our employees so that they can best carry out their roles and missions. All full-time employees at Wheeler Mission are eligible for our comprehensive benefits package that includes medical, dental, and vision insurance, long-term and short-term disability insurance, life insurance, employer contributions to a 403(b) retirement plan, and paid sick, vacation, and holiday time off. Part-time employees are also eligible for paid vacation hours and employer contributions to their 403(b) as part of their employment benefits at Wheeler.
*Although Wheeler Mission has attempted to accurately and thoroughly describe each position, Wheeler Mission reserves the right to change the same, including to change, add to or subtract from the duties outlined, within the sole discretion of Wheeler Mission , at any time, with or without advance notice. This position description in no way implies that these are the only duties, including essential duties, to be performed by the employee occupying this position. This position description is not an employment contract, implied or otherwise. The employment relationship remains “at-will.” The aforementioned job requirements are subject to change to reasonably accommodate qualified individuals with disabilities.