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Northshore Christian Church

Everett, Washington, United States

Date Posted:
Not Applicable
Church Size:
1501 to 2000
Job Type:
Northshore Christian Church
Job Description:

NCC is accepting applications and resumes for the position of Administrative Assistant.  This position is currently 40 hrs. a week.  Email hr@northshorechristian.org to request a complete job description, requisite qualifications and application instructions.



The Lead Administrative Assistant provides a variety of clerical duties which support the administrative needs of the NCC Pastors, and also ensures that the daily routine work of the Business Office is completed. This position requires an individual who will multi-task effectively and work in a fast paced, high demand environment. The Lead Administrative Assistant will represent Northshore Christian Church in a professional manner, maintain confidentiality, demonstrate excellent communication and customer service skills, and also have a thorough understanding of Microsoft Office, Publisher and Outlook. This individual will be knowledgeable of, and support NCC’s mission, vision, values and ministry strategies.. Other general expectations include the willingness and desire to contribute in the areas of fellowship, encouragement, sacrifice, cooperation, prayer and devotions, as they seek to serve the Lord Jesus Christ and the church.

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About the Church

Northshore Christian Church

Northshore is an independent, elder led, non-denominational church. We are not formally affiliated with any other church or national headquarters. Our members come to Northshore from every tradition . . . from Presbyterian to Catholic to Methodist to Quaker to Baptist and then some.


Northshore Christian Church is about Loving God, Loving People, Disciples Making Disciples. This purpose can be summarized in another brief sentence based upon two key Scripture passages regarding the Great Commandment (Matthew 22: More...