The Adventist Media Ministries and the ministries it serves require that all employees have active memberships in the Seventh-day Adventist Church. First preference for all positions are given to those who have experience and/or educational training in the stated position. All positions are considered "open" until the position is officially filled. The Adventist Media Ministries does not have the ability to help people who wish to seek employment coming from other countries outside of the United States who do not already have permission to work and/or permanent resident status in the United States.
All prospective employees desiring Adventist Media Center employment will complete a formal application for employment. The Adventist Media Center reserves the right to request a post-hiring physical examination as allowed by law and, if it does so, it is responsible for the expense. Applicants may also be tested, interviewed, and screened by the Human Resources Department. No representative of the employer, other than written documentation from the Board of Trustees, has the authority to enter into any employment agreement at any time during employment process (including the setting of remuneration rates) with the prospective employee.
Right to work – All persons wishing to be hired by the Adventist Media Center must demonstrate that they are eligible to work in the United States through the I-9 identification process. If the person is not eligible to work in the United States and/or cannot provide documentation of his or her ability to do so, that person cannot become an employee of the Adventist Media Center and cannot be put on the payroll. Federal law prohibits any individual from engaging in fraud in completing the I-9 form by using false statements or documents. Furthermore, the Adventist Media Center must warn an individual that he or she must attest under penalty of perjury as to his or her status as a citizen on the I-9 form. Violations of federal law can mean imprisonment or fines.
The Adventist Media Center (AMC) of Seventh-day Adventists is a non-profit religious corporation which includes radio, television, and internet media ministries as well as their support services. As an institution of the North American Division (NAD) of Seventh-day Adventists, the employment practices of the Adventist Church reflect religious preference in harmony with the United States Constitution and controlling laws, and therefore hires only Seventh-day Adventist members. However, the AMC complies with all other federal and state employment laws and does not discriminate with regard to race, color, gender, national origin, ancestry, age, height, weight, marital status, prior military service, veteran status, or physical handicap or disability that does not prohibit performance of essential job functions. This is reflected in the AMC practices and policies regarding hiring, layoff, discharge, training, promotions, rates of pay, and other forms of compensation
If you are interested in being considered for possible openings at the AMM or a ministry, you may send in your resume using the contact information below. If an opening should occur, your information will be sent by the HR Department to the respective department or ministry for possible consideration. The department or ministry will contact you directly if they are interested in considering your application.
For questions please contact:
Human Resources Department
Adventist Media Ministries
11291 Pierce Street
Riverside, CA 92505-2706