Looking for vocational ministry openings?

Visit our Ministerial Transitions web page for more information about local ministry opportunities and search team resources.


Thank you for your interest in serving with Cooperative Baptist Fellowship as we seek to serve Christians and churches as they discover and fulfill their God-given mission. Listed below are any opportunities available at our office in Decatur, Ga., and our Global Service Corps positions open in the U.S. and internationally.

All applicants should complete the CBF Application for Employment as well as submitting their cover letter and resume for any open position. If you are interested in serving with CBF, but there is not a job of interest open at this time, feel free to fill out the Application for Employment at any time so that we can have it on file.


IT Manager

The IT Manager is responsible for managing the day-to-day operation, maintenance, support, and improvement of the IT environment for the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship. The IT Manager may also be called to manage related projects, resolve IT issues, educate, train, and orient end users to raise the understanding of such systems by non-technical personnel.

If interested, please complete the application and send your resume and cover letter to humanresources@cbf.net.



Associate Coordinator for the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of Virginia (CBFVA)

This position will work alongside in a team-based approach with the Coordinator and the Coordinating Council of CBFVA to guide and help carry out the work of CBFVA, with work focused on the three core values of advocacy, theological education, and partnerships.

If interested, please respond to the application questions & submit a resume to humanresources@cbf.net.



Global Service Corps Positions

To apply for available Global Service Corps positions, visit the Global Service Corps page.

Career Field Service Positions

To apply for available Career Field Service positions, visit the Career Field Service page.


Transparency in Coverage

The above link leads to the machine-readable files that are made available in response to the federal Transparency in Coverage Rule.