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Dream job alert: 

If you love writing and speaking, are unintimidated by tech, enjoy keeping projects on-track and  have a passion to help teachers & make a difference in the field of education, this might just be your dream job!

Teach 4 the Heart is a virtual organization dedicated to helping teachers thrive so they can shine the light of the Gospel in their classrooms. We do this by providing teacher training, support & encouragement from a Biblical perspective.

We are looking for a new part-time team member to assist our team in a variety of areas, including podcast management, content creation, and writing. 

This job is right for you if you….

  1. Have at least 2-3 years of teaching experience and a desire to share that experience & help mentor other teachers
    (However, you would ideally not currently be teaching or only teaching part-time to allow adequate time for this position)
  2. Enjoy & are skilled in writing (able to be both compelling & concise)
  3. Are comfortable speaking and sharing insights (and would be excited to co-host our podcast)
  4. Are organized, detail-oriented, and skilled at keeping projects on track
  5. Are able to manage & balance multiple projects and tasks without much oversight
  6. Not intimidated by new technology, software, and apps and comfortable learning, using, and (if needed) troubleshooting them
  7. Have a firm faith in Jesus and strong commitment to follow Scripture

Our business is completely virtual, and in our (totally unbiased 🙂 opinion, we think this is an awesome place to work!

But not everything is rainbows & unicorns. Here’s some good news & bad news..


  • The hours are a bit weird. This position will start around 10 hours per week, and then as you get more comfortable with us and we continue to grow, we’re hoping to increase that to 20-30 hours a week. We’d also be open the possibility of full-time work if you’re interested in that. So, if you’re looking for something full-time to start, or if you only want to work a few hours indefinitely, then this is no longer the “coolest” job ever and probably isn’t a good fit.
  • We’re looking for someone who can join the team with limited hours but is prepared to increase to additional hours in the next year or so. We also expect you to prioritize this position and not view it as “just another side gig.”


  1. Everything is virtual, so no need to commute, and you can wear whatever you want! Such a huge time/cost savings! You will have the opportunity to connect with teammates in biweekly team meetings (online) and in our chat groups. 
  2. The work is fun, fresh, and varied. You’ll be working with our team to support & encourage teachers.
  3. We’re not big on stress.  So, while we will expect you to work efficiently and get things done, we focus on open communication and getting things done right the first go around. When things start to fall behind, we work together to find solutions rather than expecting you to burn the midnight oil to get caught up.
  4. The hours are super flexible. You have a lot of flexibility to choose when you work during the week. We do have biweekly team meetings and meetings for specific projects. You'll also need to coordinate schedules to record podcast episodes.  Beyond that, though, you can typically choose when you work.
  5. You won’t be bored. We are a small organization, so we cannot afford to waste time. We prioritize spending our time on the right things & getting them done as efficiently as possible. It’s also expected that each team member will wear a variety of hats, balance multiple projects, and utilize a variety of skills. This means there’s always a lot of variety in what you’re doing, and being bored won’t be an issue.
  6. We value work/life balance & support families: While we value efficiency, we also value work/life balance. We work with team members’ schedules and adjust responsibilities as needed so that team members are working an optimal # of hours for their life situation. We seek to work ahead so that there is margin, allowing us flexibility when things inevitably come up. 

insights into the position

These are meant to give you an idea of what we need & what you can expect:

1. You need to be excited about our mission to help teachers thrive so they can shine the light of the Gospel in their classrooms. This job may be right for you if you cannot wait to support teachers, whether it’s researching and preparing amazing podcast episodes, writing content for them, or providing answers to member questions. You need to feel comfortable giving teachers advice and weighing in on conversations about teaching strategies & solutions. 

2. You'll need to have a good pulse on what teachers need most. You'll be responsible for planning podcast episodes and reaching out to potential guests. You'll need to keep a pulse on our community, looking for commonly expressed needs, using your best judgment to choose the most needed topics, finding guest experts as needed, and preparing the best questions to create the most helpful podcast episodes possible.

3. You’ll be communicating with our audience & team. So, you need to have a passion to help teachers and the ability to communicate with clarity, empathy & care. You also need to enjoy writing and speaking and be able to write and speak in a way that is compelling, concise, and relatable (as you can see from this description, we use a relaxed writing and speaking style that you'll be expected to adopt).

4. You need to be on the same page with us philosophically. As you'll be involved in creating content for our audience, we need strong alignment in our beliefs and viewpoints. The ideal candidate would agree with this statement of faith, hold Biblical views in sensitive topics such as gender and sexual identity, and share our educational philosophies. (The best way to know if you're in alignment is to listen to some of our podcast episodes here. We don't expect you to agree on every tiny detail, but overall philosophy alignment will be key.)

5. You’ll be working with a lot of tech. We use a lot of different software and apps. We’ll train you on everything, but it’ll feel like a lot at first. You don't need to be a tech genius, but you'll need to get up-to-speed fairly quickly and be comfortable exploring & learning new software and figuring things out on your own when needed.

6. You'll need to be reliable and organized. We'll be counting on you to keep the podcast (and other projects) on track and ensure all the little pieces are completed on time. 

7.  You won’t just be checking boxes. While some tasks will be fairly cut-and-dried, many responsibilities will require you to think creatively come up with ideas and solutions, and adjust processes as needed to meet our goals.

8. Your responsibilities will be varied. As a small company, all our team members wear a lot of different hats. Don’t worry - we won’t throw all of them at you at once, but you do need to be prepared to balance quite a few different projects and roles. That means you need to be good at managing your time and prioritizing what’s most important.

9. You need to share our company values. At Teach 4 the Heart, we have five core values: innovative problem solving, a passion to help, Biblical thinking, and authenticity.  We welcome you to apply if you share these values!

We don’t expect perfection for you to qualify. We are prepared to train you and to make sure you have the tools you need to succeed! We expect you to bring solid writing and speaking skills, intelligence, insights, organization, and a passion to help.

Some things you’ll be responsible for…

  1. Managing the podcast (Making sure all the elements are prepared & produced on time.)
  2. Planning and preparing podcast content (involves planning topics, writing titles & descriptions, researching/inviting guests, preparing interview questions, and most likely co-hosting the podcast with Linda)
  3. Setting up the podcast blog page and writing related content
  4. Writing emails to our audience
  5. Answering members’ questions about teaching (via email, video, and in coaching calls)

What does success look like in this role?

  • Choosing the best topics to address on the podcast
  • Finding engaging guest experts and preparing good interview questions
  • Ensuring all tasks are completed on time
  • Writing and speaking in a compelling, concise way
  • Identifying ways we can be more effective
  • Paying attention to details so that everything is set up correctly


  • Rate: $18-20/hr to start, with room to grow as you grow 
  • Hours: 10 hrs/week to start and likely growing to 20-30 hours over the course of the next year or two
  • Virtual position: You can work from anywhere, but we do prefer someone who is within 3 hours of the Eastern time zone
  • Start date: TBD but ideally by January 2024

In addition to being a detailed person, you’ll need to follow systems & processes. To prove that you can do that, when you apply for this position, please use the secret subject line in your email. The subject line must say “New team member.” That’s our way of sorting out people who send resumes for everything from those who really want this position & care enough to read all the way through & pay attention to the details 🙂

We are hoping to bring our new team member on board as soon as possible, but we will spend the time needed to find the best fit in abilities & culturally. One thing that will help us get to know you quickly is for you to send a quick video along with your resume. Please upload your video to YouTube & include a link in your email.


  1. Fill out this application here.
  2. Create a  video telling us why you are a good fit for this job specifically. Let us know why you’d be perfect for this job & why we’d be thrilled to have you on the team.
  3. After submitting the application, email your video link to  linda@teach4theheart.com with the secret subject line.

We can’t wait to meet you!

Applications are due by November 30, 2023 (earlier applications may be given first consideration).