Jobs at ICR

The Institute for Creation Research has a long history of hiring the best and brightest for our work in the fields of scientific research, education, publishing, and other areas vital to the successful communication of our message.

Guest Services Associate (On-site only)

Position Overview

The Guest Services Associate position is an important role that supports the ICR Discovery Center as a professional and outgoing service provider. In this role you can expect to operate a POS system, apply basic computer skills, handle money, and communicate with guests and volunteers alike. You will need to demonstrate knowledge of current exhibits, store merchandise, museum layout and a general understanding of the ministry of the Institute for Creation Research.

Essential Job Functions

  • Provide our guests with friendly, knowledgeable and fast service with a gracious attitude
  • Assist with restocking, cleaning, and merchandising in the store and stock room areas
  • Operate a POS system including a cash register that accepts multiple payment types
  • Communicate effectively with guests, team members, and volunteer team members
  • Contribute to a positive work environment

Other Skills/Abilities/Necessities

  • Demonstrate attention to detail and excellent communication skills
  • Demonstrate personal integrity & responsibility
  • Ability to follow the dress code and maintain a professional appearance
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office products including Word, Excel and Outlook
  • Demonstrate a working knowledge of ICR resources, products and current exhibits


  • Written testimony of salvation
  • Knowledge and acceptance of ICR core principles and purposes
  • The ability to bend, reach, lift and carry packages up to 40lbs
  • The ability to stand between 4-6 hours consecutively
  • A personable, friendly, and hospitable personality
  • Available to work 40 hours a week which include weekends and some evenings - flexibility is important
  • Minimum of a high school diploma; associate degree or higher preferred
  • 1 year of retail experience - preferably in a museum, specialty, or book store environment

Note: This position overview is not intended to be all-inclusive and is subject to change. Employees may perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the organization.

Editor (On-site only)

Position Overview

The Editor position is an important role in the ICR Communications Department. As a vital member of the communications team, you will create resources for ICR, including books, magazines, devotionals, brochures and pamphlets, news articles, children’s resources, and other print and digital publications. The Editor will contribute in the following areas: submissions and acquisitions, digital content development, new product development, developmental and line editing, content creation, writing, marketing, copywriting, contracts, permissions, and other aspects of publishing. The Editor must be able to communicate complex ideas to general audiences while creating compelling and marketable content for ICR’s printed and online resources. Must have exceptional editing and writing skills.

Essential Position Functions

  • Line editing and developmental editing; exceptional attention to detail
  • Write original, innovative, engaging content for print communications pieces and publications, including ICR articles, books, devotionals, promotional materials, press releases, and public statements
  • Create engaging copy for print ads, book covers, marketing blurbs, and other publishing promotional materials
  • Assist with content management and development
  • Work closely with the graphic design specialist to develop content storyboards and resources
  • Ensure proper use of images in published materials
  • Respond to permissions and interview requests
  • Work with other departments within the organization to fulfill content requests; edit and review other departments’ written communications as needed
  • Edit and review ICR’s printed periodicals Acts & Facts and Days of Praise
  • Edit and review ICR’s published books
  • Review submissions and communicate with authors involved in the ICR publishing process
  • Edit, prepare, and schedule online news articles
  • Provide support for communications team projects


  • Hours of operation are 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday (flexibility available – will discuss)
  • Bachelor’s degree or higher in communications, journalism, marketing, English, or a communications-related field
  • Experience in freelance or traditional publishing (children’s resources a plus)
  • At least three years prior communications, writing, and/or editorial experience
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Word
  • Detail-oriented, self-starter, strong interpersonal skills, team player, able to adapt to changing priorities in a fast-paced environment
  • Agreement with ICR’s core principles and mission

Additional Preferred Abilities

  • Knowledge of the fundamental issues involved in the creation-evolution debate
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Excel and Outlook, Adobe InDesign, Vellum
  • Experience in public relations, promotions, copywriting, and marketing

Note: This position overview is not intended to be all-inclusive and is subject to change. Employees may perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the organization.

Distribution Center Associate (On-site only)

Position Overview

The Distribution Center Associate position is an important role that supports ICR and the ICR Discovery Center. You will be responsible for pulling, packing and shipping daily customer orders as well as conference orders. You will also receive incoming shipments and then check-in, distribute and put away stock into its appropriate location. Additionally, you will be responsible to route all incoming and outgoing mail.

Essential Job Functions

  • Pack and ship daily orders & order fulfillment using available packing materials
  • Gather, process and ship daily UPS, USPS and FedEx mail using shipping system
  • Position requires a valid drivers license as operating company vehicles is necessary
  • Receiving daily and weekly inventory into stock
  • Process weekly conference/event orders
  • Assist in maintaining a clean, organized and professional distribution center

Non-essential Job Functions

  • Contribute to a positive work environment with an upbeat and optimistic attitude
  • Demonstrate personal responsibility in quality control of incoming and outgoing packages
  • Operate shrink wrapping machine, pallet jack, forklift, etc. as needed


  • Must be physically fit and able to perform tasks requiring moderate physical strength
  • Must feel comfortable standing and walking for extended periods of time
  • Hours of operation are 8:00 – 5:00 p.m. Monday – Friday (subject to change – will discuss)
  • High school diploma – some college preferred
  • At least 1 year of warehouse or inventory experience

Other Skills/Abilities

  • Written testimony of salvation
  • Knowledge of ICR, and agreement with our core principles and purposes
  • A personable, friendly, and hospitable personality that enjoys serving others
  • Knowledge of general shipping software a plus (Ex. ShipStation, Pitney Bowes, Neopost)
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office products including Word, Excel, and Outlook
  • Forklift operator certification a plus

Note: This position overview is not intended to be all-inclusive and is subject to change. Employees may perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the organization.

Video Editor – Entry Level (On-site only)

Position Overview

We’re looking for a creative Video Editor to join our Digital Media team. Reporting to the Director of Digital Media and the Media Production Manager, this essential role will be responsible for editing video projects, mixing audio productions, developing, formatting, exporting, and delivering video content for social media, fulfilling crew duties for in-studio and on-location video productions, and assisting with other Digital Media team projects, while balancing various priorities and deadlines for multiple concurrent projects as determined by the department Director and the Media Production Manager. Your work will give life to our audiovisual media, including audio podcasts and radio programming, documentary films, YouTube shows and social media shorts, video podcasts, and many other exciting projects.

The right candidate has a creative eye, strong organizational and time management skills, and artistic aptitude. They can easily turn a script or concept into an impressive audiovisual product. To excel in this role, they must be highly skilled with audio and video equipment operation and maintenance, production processes, editing software, innovative storytelling, project management, and a successful history of delivering quality results by or before deadlines.


Essential Position Responsibilities

  • Read scripts, storylines, and organizational goals to understand audio and video requirements and purposes
  • Produce and deliver excellent, high-quality, creative audiovisual media for various platforms and audiences
  • Maintain production and editing workflow for multiple concurrent projects with various deadlines and priorities
  • Operate cameras and assist with in-studio and on-location productions
  • Edit video footage and add music, color correction, and other effects/elements to enhance production value
  • Assist with managing library of all audiovisual elements, licensing, permits, and permissions for various uses
  • Assist with live-streaming and camera switching during special holiday and weekend events
  • Design graphics and work with Photoshop templates
  • Produce promotional video clips for social media
  • Assist Creative Producer, Digital Media Specialist, Video Producer, and Motion Graphics Designer with special projects, as approved or directed by the Media Production Manager
  • Participate in creative production meetings, as assigned by the Media Production Manager
  • Stay up to date on the latest audio and video production, gear, software, and editing trends and techniques
  • Work with the Digital Media team to select audio, video, colors, animation, etc., for quality products
  • Assist in various Digital Media roles as needed


  • Written testimony of salvation
  • Knowledge and acceptance of ICR core principles and purposes (
  • Proven experience with audio and video production and editing
  • Proficient in Adobe Premiere, After Effects, and other Adobe Creative Suite applications
  • Knowledge of Pro Tools, motion graphics, 3D, and character animation is a plus
  • Highly organized and proven success of working with tight deadlines and limited budgets
  • Able to work well with others in a fast-paced, dynamic team environment
  • Available for travel/on-location work (5–10%) and able to lift up to 50 lbs.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills with strong attention to detail
  • Degree in communications, performance arts, film production, fine arts, related field, or equivalent experience

* Please provide a demo reel of your work for us to review.

Note: This position overview is not intended to be all-inclusive and is subject to change. Employees may perform other related duties to meet the ongoing needs of the organization.

Resumes may be submitted via email to, or via fax to 214-615-8297.

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