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We are Hiring

​Victory Ministries is seeking qualified candidates to join
our growing team!

Victory Ministries exists to share the hope of Christ and see God glorified through our love and compassion for all.  We are looking for enthusiastic, hard-working, compassionate people to join our mission of providing hope and resources to help our neighbors in need find freedom from all forms of poverty. 

25-40 hours/week, salary non-exempt 

The Hope Counseling Center (HCC) Manager will be responsible for the oversight and management of HCC; including, but not limited to, Onsite and Telehealth Services; Administrative, Operational and Ethical compliance; and the HCC Clinical Partner and Internship programs.  Additionally, the HCC Manager will be expected 1) to regularly provide direct counseling services and maintain a specified client caseload and 2) work with the Executive Director regarding strategic initiatives and implementation.

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Hope Counseling Center Manager


Part-Time 20 hours/week

Flexible Hours

Volunteer Coordinator will be responsible to develop and maintain a comprehensive recruitment, orientation, training, retention, and recognition plan for individual and group volunteers.


Qualified candidates must exhibit excellent communication, relationship building and organizational skills.  Previous volunteer management experience preferred.

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Part-Time 25 hours/week

Warehouse Coordinator will be responsible for the oversight of warehouse operations and support the food service operations at the Center of Hope.


Qualified candidates must exhibit excellent organization and project management skills. Candidates must have a valid driver's license with clean driving record and be physically capable of regularly lifting 50-75 pounds. Previous forklift experience preferred.

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Full-Time 35 hours/week

Our Summer VISTA will be focused on the development and implementation of educational materials and information to support healthy, fresh food and produce choices.


Our overall goals will be to create an educational campaign to expose our neighbors to new information about healthy fresh food choices, to create a thriving community garden (Hope Blooms Garden) that allows volunteers and neighbors to interact with the planting, growing and harvesting of food for distribution in our Choice Food Pantry and assisting with needs assessment for growth of programming.


Successful candidates must posses strong project management, communication and organizational skills. Must be driven and enthusiastic about assisting our neighbors.

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