prayerletters.com is the leading online platform for sending printed prayer letters. Working here gives you an unparalleled view of missions around the world, along with the opportunity to provide a much-appreciated service to missionaries.

We're looking to hire a production assistant to help us keep up with the increased number of mailings we send during the end-of-year season.

This is a temporary, on-site position that can be either part-time (minimum of 20 hours per week) or full-time. All necessary training will be provided.

Timeframe

This position is available between late October and roughly the week before Christmas.

Working hours will be regularly-scheduled, weekdays-only, and during our normal hours of 9:00-5:30. If you prefer, we may be able to accommodate later working hours, up to 8pm, from mid-November onward.

Primary Responsibilities

As a production assistant, you'll assemble personalized mailings by hand or using our mailing equipment for missionaries communicating with their financial and prayer partners.

Once trained, you'll confirm all parts of the order are present and printed correctly and then assemble them per the customer's instructions, performing quality checks as you work.

Qualifications

We're looking for a reliable individual with strong attention to detail and manual dexterity, moderate troubleshooting skills, and an interest in helping missionaries.

Location

30 Airport Road, West Lebanon, New Hampshire
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Our office is adjacent to the plazas on Route 12A, near the Lebanon Airport, making for an easy commute regardless of where you live in the area.

How to Apply

Send us a letter from the contact us page, including the following:

  • Why you are applying to work here.

  • Why you would be a good fit as a production assistant.

  • A checklist containing at least three things that a production assistant should check before assembling a Christmas card mailing.

  • An example of an excellent customer service/support experience that you've had recently, along with what made it special.