A Pre-Application Questionnaire is required before you begin the application process for this new staff category to help us better assist you. Click here to download the questionnaire.
Consider the benefits of joining AIA with your spouse....
The spouse who is coming on staff is only eligible for a single staff member salary. The single staff member salary range is based on several factors, primarily age, geographic location and years on staff. For example, the general annual salary range for an individual based solely on age is from $21-28K (under 30); $26-40K (30’s); $35-50K (40+). Higher salaries are possible up to a maximum of $70K for those who are eligible.
Staff member applicants are given the opportunity to select their top several choices for ministry assignment and regional placement. We strongly take into consideration the applicant’s request but ultimately placement is determined at AIA’s discretion. If you are “anchored” to your current location for any reason, there is a chance that we will not be able to accept you as a staff member if we do not have a suitable ministry position where you are located. Aside from college campuses, most ministry placements within AIA are to our national headquarters and would require a move to Xenia, Ohio.
All full-time staff members are required to participate in our healthcare plan, even if it would be less expensive for a staff member to be a part of a spouse’s plan. Your spouse and dependents would be eligible to participate in our healthcare plan at an additional cost, which will be charged to your staff account. If your family is covered on our plan, you will be able to reimburse your children’s out-of-pocket healthcare expenses, but you will not be able to reimburse your spouse’s out-of-pocket expenses, whether or not he or she is a part of our plan.
Since you would be considered a single staff member, you will receive $50,000 of life insurance coverage. You can purchase additional life insurance through Cru’s voluntary program.
Time on ministry trips: There may be a need for you to go on extended ministry trips. Typically you would not be away from your spouse for more than 14 days at a time.
All additional training requirements mentioned on our website apply.
For further information please contact Pat Lower.