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Jobs at Gateway

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Gateway Church, with six locations across the beautiful central Texas area, is looking for those that take extreme ownership and are motivated people who love God and love people. This is a chance to do church in a highly missional, unchurched setting. Austin is a creative, eclectic, diverse culture and we are on the front lines reaching people FAR from God. If you’re a fan of year-round sunshine, great food, and not ever wearing a tie again, then you get us. We’re a church where no perfect people are allowed, and we’ve worked hard to create a non-threatening, culturally relevant, come-as-you-are culture that invites and helps people to explore God.  We offer great benefits for all full-time positions including medical, dental, vision, and a company match on the 403(b).  We also offer a robust paid time off policy for both full-time and part-time staff working 20+ hours a week.  Our staff is an amazing team of Christ-followers looking to bring the message of Jesus to everyone.  If you are interested in any of the positions listed below, please fill out the online Gateway Church Employment Application and upload your resume for review.

Please note: You will need to complete the application and upload your resume at one time. You will be unable to go back to your application. And due to the volume of applicants we receive, we are unable to respond to phone inquiries. Please send us your information via the application and we will follow up if there is an applicable role. Thank you for considering Gateway! 

Open Positions


This is a dual role that supports both the Pflugerville Campus Kids Ministry and Campus Services Kids.  The purpose of the Pflugerville Kids Coordinator position is to lead a Gateway Campus Children’s Ministry (birth through 5th grade) at our Pflugerville Campus. This position will be responsible for developing volunteer teams to provide a children’s ministry consistent with Gateway’s mission. The purpose of the Kids Curriculum & Operations Specialist position is to work with the ministry leaders at all campuses to execute a curriculum plan for preschool through elementary-aged children.


The Creative Arts Director is a pastoral leadership position that grows a multiplying number of creative arts (music, production, writers, dancers, designers, social media) volunteers and assists the Campus Pastor in spiritually developing, equipping leaders, and supporting life groups at the campus to help spiritually grow our church body. The campus role is for 20 hours per week. This role also includes 20 hours of production work for all campuses including tuning vocals, mixing, mastering, song producing, and serving as part of the Creative Arts Team.