Midland’s Open Door exists to bring meaningful help and lasting hope to the homeless, hungry, and hurting here in Midland County. This requires a dedicated team of men and women who have been equipped by Christ and called to serve His purpose. We are looking for individuals who have a genuine commitment to Christian ministry and desire to use their gifts, abilities, and talents to serve while carrying out our vision to reach the hungry, homeless, and hurting in our community. Do you think God is leading you to join our team? If so, please prayerfully consider our current employment opportunities, then fill out the  Employment Application and send it, along with your resume, to

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Full-time Position at the Women & Children’s Shelter 

The Women’s Shelter Coordinator will be a godly servant leader who delights in wisely loving and leading broken and complex individuals toward new life in Christ. She will be able to model, motivate and inspire growth with her direct reports while maintaining a high-level of self-direction. As a competent and reliable team member, she will model humility, manage creatively, network intentionally and act decisively. She will possess an understanding of, or be open to learning about, the complexities of relational poverty, substance abuse, mental health and socioeconomic cultures while demonstrating a solid aptitude for sound biblical counseling.

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Full-time Position at the Women & Children’s Shelter 

The Case Manager for the Women’s Crisis Shelter will assist in fulfilling the purpose and mission of Midland’s Open Door via direct responsibility for the implementation of case management that promotes guest movement towards an interdependent lifestyle. By building rapport with shelter guests, this individual will advocate on their behalf and walk with them to reach their self-made goals, including housing progress.

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Full-time Position 

The Outreach Case Manager will provide crisis case management for our soup kitchen community and other community guests. By building rapport with guests, this individual will advocate on their behalf and walk with them to reach their goals.

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Community Life Advisors are on the frontlines of the ministry to the homeless at the Open Door. Often the first person a homeless neighbor comes into contact with, the ideal candidate will enjoy extending hospitality to men, women and children while overseeing the daily operations of the shelter.

Positions Available

Part-time Flex at the Men’s Shelter

Schedule: Monday & Tuesday – Second Shift; Saturday – First Shift (24 hours/week)

Part-time Third Shift at the Men’s Shelter

Schedule: Friday, Saturday and Sunday (24 hours/week)

Part-time Flex at the Women & Children’s Shelter

Schedule: Thursday, Friday and Saturday – Second Shift (24-32 hours/week)

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