All staff members shall be of good character and in good physical, mental, and emotional health. They shall pass a Kansas Bureau of Investigation criminal background check and the Child Abuse Registry. Criminal background checks may be conducted in states in which a prospective employee has resided.
A personal profession of faith in Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord is required for employment. Evidence of that will be regularly sought and employees will be expected to meet high standards of character, conduct themselves above reproach, and exhibit a strong commitment to Biblical standards of living.
All staff members are expected to be cooperative members of the team, eager to contribute to the quality Christian environment for which Open Arms is recognized. They shall be interested in the basic growth and development patterns of children, and in the application of their own special gifts to the success of all who are affiliated with the Center. Staff members shall also be interested in developing their own professionalism.
Equal Opportunity Employment
Open Arms observes all legislation related to employment and the operation of a childcare center, including work, rate of pay, and other working conditions. Employment shall not be based upon age, race, color, national or ethnic origin, sex, or physical handicap, but solely on the qualifications necessary to accomplish the work successfully.