The Alliance; Colorado Springs, CO

Donor Engagement Manager

This  position is responsible for assisting in all efforts aimed at increasing donor engagement and securing financial support for the Great Commission Fund and other projects of The Christian and Missionary Alliance.

The Christian and Missionary Alliance (C&MA) is seeking an experienced donor operations manager. This is a full-time, exempt position located at the National Office in Colorado Springs. This position reports to the director for Donor Engagement and is responsible for providing donor support. In the performance of his/her responsibilities, this position supports the overall mission of the C&MA as described below.

Requirements:

Education

  • Four-year college degree in related field required.
  • Professional certification specific to the position, if applicable.

Experience

  • Experience maintaining prospect information, data management systems, and gift processing.
  • Seasoned and capable professional with exceptional organizational skills.
  • Experience with cultural and socio-economically diverse communities.
  • 5–7 years of experience in a related position required.
  • 3–5 years of experience within the C&MA preferred.
  • Knowledge of donor engagement and fund-raising best practices.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills are essential to this role; ability to work with leadership across areas of ministry, major donors, and the diverse communities served by C&MA.
  • Detail oriented; ability to prioritize work, multitask, while meeting deadlines.
  • Requires solving complex problems or planning and developing programs and procedures, is a resource to others in the resolution of complex problems and issues.
  • Requires good analytical skills, high degree of initiative, accuracy, personal responsibility, commitment to delivering excellent internal and external customer service.
  • Proactive, solution-oriented, highly collaborative, autonomous, with passion for the C&MA mission.

Responsibilities:

  • Serves in a vital role within the Donor Engagement team.
  • Works closely with the Director for Donor Engagement, assisting in all efforts aimed at increasing donor engagement and securing financial support for the Great Commission Fund (GCF) and other projects of the C&MA and C&MA partnerships.
  • Implements and oversees fund-raising systems for active and prospective C&MA donors to assist in the strategic growth of the C&MA’s platform for individual giving with a focus on managing communication, cultivation, and stewardship operational systems, developing improvements where needed.
    • Oversees and analyzes the C&MA donor-retention process, including retention mailings and developing and implementing retention strategies.
    • Ensures a donor centered gifting and processing system, including an intuitive platform for seamless online giving.
    • Ensures all donors are receipted/acknowledged and thanked appropriately and in a timely manner, including 1st, 2nd, and 3rd gift thank you responses, recurring donor thank you responses, and ongoing thank you responses.
  • Works closely with leadership in Finance, Information Technology, International Ministries, and Church Ministries to ensure the fund-raising strategy and goals are implemented effectively and in alignment with other areas of ministry.
  • Works closely with the director for Donor Engagement to facilitate the Donor Engagement team meetings which include the Donor Engagement Office as well as the donor services supervisor, the president, and VP for Development.
  • Analyzes and reports on donor engagement efforts including online and paper fund-raising campaigns, providing monthly fund-raising progress reports, analyzing complex financial and constituent data, and translating into easily understandable graphs and infographics to share with the Donor Engagement team, and President’s Cabinet and Board of Directors.
  • Conducts cost/benefit analysis on fund-raising activities, analyzing fund-raising trends/results over multiple years.
  • Evaluates and establishes Funding Management System (FMS) best practices, including maintaining the FMS policies and procedures manual.
  • Establishes and monitors procedures and quality control measures for gift processing and acknowledgements to ensure FMS data integrity and accessibility of information; trains staff on proper use of the FMS.
  • Assists with the planning and execution of Donor Engagement events.
  • Oversees the donor engagement duties of Donor Services.
  • Responsible for and uses the wealth-screening tool to research, screen, and qualify potential C&MA donors to better identify, engage, and serve those with the highest giving capacity/potential.
  • As requested, carries a small portfolio of current major donors and acts as relationship manager to them.

The C&MA is an evangelical denomination committed to planting churches both in the United States and internationally. The C&MA is committed to world missions, stressing the fullness of Christ in personal experience, building the Church, and preaching the gospel of Jesus Christ to the ends of the earth. The ultimate goal of all programs, functions, and activities undertaken by the C&MA is to further the foregoing purposes and to give spiritual and organizational support to all general members of the C&MA, so that they are free to preach the gospel, to plant churches, and to hasten the return of the Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

Because of the C&MA’s primary and exclusive Christian and religious purposes, the C&MA will employ only individuals who:

Profess a personal belief in Jesus Christ as personal Savior; and

Accept and live in accordance with the C&MA Statement of Faith; and

Are an active member in a local evangelical Christian church; and

Accept and abide by the Policy on Alcohol and Marijuana Use; and

Accept and abide by the Statement on Human Sexuality

Please apply online at this link:

https://www.cmalliance.org/jobs/national-office/employment/donor-operations-manager/

Salem Free Clinics; Salem, OR

NURSE PRACTITIONER 

Thanks to generous grant funding from the MJ Murdock Charitable Trust, Salem Free Clinics (SFC) has an opportunity to hire a nurse practitioner as the first ever paid provider to join SFC’s faithful team of volunteers and staff. 

The ideal candidate will be a nurse practitioner who has experience in providing primary health care to adults and is passionate about serving uninsured individuals in our community at a faith based free clinic.

This is a part time 24 hour per week position for a licensed nurse practitioner that features flexible hours and may include some work on Saturdays.  

If interested, please submit a cover letter and resume by email to John McConville at john@salemfreeclinics.org.

 

The Vietnamese Alliance Church of Lynnwood; Lynnwood, WA

Youth Pastor

The Vietnamese Alliance Church of Lynnwood (VACL), located about 20 miles north of Seattle, is seeking a pastoral leader who can oversee the disciple-making process in Youth Ministry. This is a part time position with potential of being full time. Monthly salary compensation TBD based on experience. 

Qualifications:

  • A believer in Jesus Christ as personal Savior and Lord.
  • Live a life of holiness unto the Lord. Set an example to all believers. (1 Timothy 3:2-7)
  • Eligible to be licensed by The Alliance
  • Agreement with The Alliance Statement of Faith 

Duties:

  • Willingness to pursue ordination with The Alliance. 
  • Bilingual in English and Vietnamese is preferred but not required. 
  • Work in collaboration with the Senior Pastor to structure and deliver a ministry model that provides pastoral care, evangelizes and disciples youth in our community. 
  • Lead and organize effective youth programs implementing fellowship, worship, biblical teaching, discipleship, and evangelism, as well as ministry and missions opportunities. 
  • Oversee the transitions of youth from elementary to middle school, middle school to high school, and high school to young adult. 
  • Oversee worship ministry in youth groups. 
  • Develop youth leadership team and help with youth ministry budget. 
  • Attend worship services, prayer service, and special meetings 
  • Represent VACL at the Annual District Conference and other functions as assigned. 
  • Formally be evaluated and held accountable by the Board every two years in accordance to VACL Constitution and denomination practices. 
  • Be accountable to the Senior Pastor. 

If after prayerful consideration you'd like to be considered for this position, please call or forward your resume and any accompanying materials to our church, attention: 

Tung Thanh Nguyen, Senior Pastor:
(425) 219-8795; ms.tungnguyen@yahoo.com

Andrew Le, Church Treasurer:
(425) 328-9721; lehuuhoat@yahoo.com 

Vietnamese Alliance Church of Lynnwood
19425 36th Ave. W.
Lynnwood, WA 98036 

A full job description of the position will be available upon request. 

 

Long Beach Café, North Africa

Summer Café and Cultural Excursion Intern:

Do you have interest in specialty coffee and creating community within a café setting? Do you have sense of adventure? Would you enjoy discovering historical sites and local culture in a new country with new friends? If so, consider working in North Africa Summer 2018.

Qualifications [Spiritual]

  • Personal relationship with Jesus
  • Excited to serve and create a community that reaches lost people
  • Current, active involvement in a local church

[Professional]

  • Desire to learn how to share the Gospel message in a creative access context
  • Willing to work hard and be developed in administration, and risk taking
  • Willing to be flexible and try new things
  • Ability to work with all types of personalities, and apply conflict resolution methods
  • Ability to learn various technology tools


Primary Responsibilities

Café [8-12 hours/ week]

  • Serve customers with kindness and genuineness. Intentionally pursue friendships with those whom you connect and have common interest.
  • Learn and perform with efficiency the various operational tasks required in the café
  • Plan, lead, or assist in executing evening events (e.g karaoke, game night, etc)

Cultural Excursions [4-8 hours/ week]

  • Participate fully (attending, assisting, leading)
  • Engage other participants and demonstrate leadership by involving everyone

Language Learning [2-4 hours/week]

  • Gain exposure to the local language, Arabic, by meeting with a nurturer 1-2x per week
  • While fluency is not expected, practice the language you learn with joy as a way to show appreciation to local people and their culture.

Additional Responsibilities

Cultural Awareness/Education

  • Complete pre-internship training on site
  • Actively seek out local friendships and learn about local culture
  • When able, get to know other expatriates in order to learn about living internationally

Personal development and discipleship

  • Meet weekly with internship advisor for follow up on internship goals, personal encouragement, and accountability
  • Under the direction of your internship advisor, read one book on personal development (a) Soul Care (b) Emotionally Healthy Spirituality, (c) other

Spiritual Health

Attend a local church weekly
Exercise a healthy rhythm of spiritual, emotional, and physical health (spiritual disciplines, Sabbath, other practices)

Timeline of Service

June 7-July 31 2018
Contact: Brenda at boatloadofhoffmans@gmail.com

C&MA Chapel of Bly; Bly, OR

Lead Pastor

This small town chapel in Bly, Oregon is searching for a Lead Pastor.  Their former pastor died this past summer after twelve years of service there.  Bly is a community 50 miles outside of Klamath Falls in Southern Oregon, with a population of approximately 200.  This is a good opportunity for someone who feels called to small town ministry and can make ends meet without a full-time Lead Pastor salary.

If a small town chapel is the right fit for you and you would like to learn more about this opportunity, email dennis@alliancenw.org.

Clover Pass Community Church; Ketchikan, AK

Lead Pastor

Clover Pass Community Church in Ketchikan, Alaska is searching for a lead pastor.  CPCC is a redeveloping church, currently being led by an interim pastor.  This is a great opportunity for a turnaround pastor to lead the church toward a new future.  If you’re someone excited by the idea of the unique challenges and benefits of Alaska life and you have the capacity to lead a church through change, we’d love to explore this possibility with you.  

To learn more about this turnaround opportunity, email dennis@alliancenw.org.

ACF Church; Eagle River, AK

Children’s Director/ Pastor

Who we are:

At ACF Church, we see our jobs as a calling. We are a staff of mutually broken people who are devoted to moving others and ourselves into reconciliation with God. Our church is dedicated to being hope in dark places within our city, state and world. We believe that life is short, the stakes are high, and it’s all about Jesus.

ACF Church is a growing gathering of the churched, unchurched and dechurched, located in Eagle River, Alaska. Eagle River is a community of 35,000 people, composed of many young families and military personnel. ACF Church’s demographic is primarily between the ages of 20 and 40 years old. A large percentage is current or ex-military because of the close proximity to JBER (Joint Base Elmendorf Richardson). ACF Church is only 6 miles from Anchorage, which has a population of over 300,000. The church has grown exponentially from 35 people in 2009 to about 1,100 currently.

The role:

We are looking for a person with a love for children’s ministry, a passion for Christ, and a skill set to build onto a vital and growing Children’s ministry.  In the past 3 years, our children’s ministry has grown from on average 60 children a week to currently 350. We are looking for a person with strong relational skills to work with children, parents, volunteers and ACF staff. With this mission in mind, the next Children’s Director/Pastor of ACF Church will be responsible for the ministry of children from birth through 5th grade. This individual will implement a biblically sound and fun curriculum, creating an environment where children engage with the Word of God and partner with their own families to grow in Christ and His teachings.

The Children’s Director/Pastor will have oversight of all aspects of the Children’s Ministry at ACF. They will be responsible for recruiting, developing, shepherding, and maintaining all staff and volunteer teams.  This job is about providing C.O.V.E.R. (Care, Oversite, Vision, Encouragement, & Resources) to our Children's ministry teams as it is about anything else. This position reports to the Family Pastor. This position reports to the Family Pastor.

Basic skillset:

  • Knowledgeable and experienced in leading children ministry (birth - 5th Grade)
  • Creative and hardworking
  • Able to recruit, train and motivate volunteers
  • Experienced in empowering people and leading teams of staff and volunteers
  • Able to cast vision to a leadership team
  • Able to create; organize; and administer budgets, events, and ministry communications
  • Able to communicate with the pastoral staff, volunteers, and parents
  • Able to adapt to unexpected or sudden changes

In addition:

  • Offer pastoral care and discipleship to people within ACF Church.
  • Be a disciple maker.
  • Have an in depth knowledge of biblical theology.
  • Have a history of healthy conflict resolution skills and relational bridge building.  
  • Full time 3+ years pastoral experience is preferred.

Email resumes to: office@acfak.org | Visit us at: acfak.org

Hood River Alliance Church; Hood River, OR

Associate Worship Pastor

Assumptions of the Job Description

  • This job description is a dynamic tool. To some degree it changes with the needs of the church and the gifting and passions of the individual filling the role
  • This job description can be modified by the Lead Pastor when approved by the Governing Board
  • Our expectation is that the individual filling this role would focus their attention and prioritizes on the duties and responsibilities as laid out below
  • The position is full time salaried. It will be 40 hrs. per week with more at peak times of ministry (Christmas, Easter, etc.)

Staff Accountability

  • The Worship Pastor will report to the Lead Pastor
  • Meet with the Lead Pastor weekly to report on and review long and short-term goals

Staff Expectations

  • Attend weekly staff meetings
  • Attend weekly pastoral staff meetings
  • Establish and keep set office hours
  • Maintain personal spiritual growth through personal and corporate study and fellowship
  • Build and develop relationships with HRAC staff and be a team player
  • Reach out and build relationships with visitors and regular attendees of HRAC, furthering a sense of community within the church
  • Attend annual denomination events & retreats
  • Attend special staff retreats and planning events

Lifestyle Assumptions

  • Maintain a healthy and growing relationship with God. Personal Bible study, prayer and reading are critical to stay spiritually healthy. Out of our engagement in the life of Jesus we are equipped to engage in the ministry of Jesus
  • Live a life of holiness unto the Lord. You are an example to all believers
  • Take care of yourself physically; honoring the body God has given you, protecting your margins and boundaries so you can maintain a healthy ministry long-term

Worship Duties and Responsibilities

  • Be highly engaged in the life of Hood River Alliance as we seek to be fully engaged in the Life and Mission of Jesus.
  • Coordinate with the Lead Pastor to create and lead the congregation in multiple worship services and special gatherings.
  • Work in collaboration with a part time colleague to ensure worship coverage of weekly worship services, Celebrate Recovery meetings and Awana clubs.
  • Help guide the church strategically as we seek to add a Saturday night service.
  • Identify and recruit worship team members and leaders in the following areas:
    • Musicians
    • Sound Techs
    • Media
  • Train, equip, and provide enrichment opportunities for members of the worship and media team.
  • Schedule teams and rehearsals for worship services
  • Develop and administer a ministry budget.
  • Maintain all sound, light, and video equipment as well as church owned musical instruments
  • Participate in pastoral counseling, discipleship and care ministries for members of the worship team and the church at large.

Compensation

Will be determined based on experience.

 

Inquiries can be sent to:

Hood River Alliance Church

2650 Montello Ave. Hood River OR. 97031 - (541)386-2812 - office@hoodriveralliance.org

Smokey Point Community Church; Arlington, WA

Worship & Creative Arts Pastor

Overview:

Smokey Point Community Church is a multigenerational church, with a mission to, “Exalt God by following Jesus together as family, being transformed by His grace, engaging the broken with His love.” What we passionately envision is – A community set free! We are committed to reaching our neighborhoods and the nations with the love of Christ.

We have three worship gatherings each weekend, with attendance around 500. We are seeking a full time team member who can motivate and lead our family to worship our Great God in Spirit and Truth. We see our gatherings as a time of great celebration, including a variety of music, from upbeat and energetic to reflective and contemplative. Artists we currently use include David Crowder, Bethel Worship, Elevation Worship and Hillsong. This ministry needs a leader who is humble, teachable and is a skilled musician. Someone who can recruit, equip, and shepherd teams of volunteers.        

Responsibilities:

1. Worship Team

  • Recruit, audition, train, and schedule music team members.
  • Recruit and schedule sound and visual technicians.
  • Cultivate a Christ-centered community by providing spiritual care and encouragement to the team.
  • Communicate vision and purpose to team members.
  • Help support and develop the student ministries worship team and the next generation of worship leaders.

2. Weekend Services

  • Plan, organize and be an enthusiastic presence for leading worship in three worship services.   
  • Work closely with the preaching pastor to develop elements of the service that will flow into a cohesive message and response.
  • Exhort and encourage the church to be intentional worshippers.
  • Research and select worship and special music.
  • Schedule teams and distribute music using Planning Center.
  • Provide leadership for the band in rehearsals and services.
  • Prepare and develop visual elements of the service.
  • Plan and implement any special worship events or programs. 

3. Creative Arts

  • Give leadership and oversight to creative arts ministries.
  • Develop a ministry plan to utilize creative expressions for learning and worship. 
  • Meet regularly with team leaders.

4. Miscellaneous

  • Stay current with new music, technologies & worship expressions.
  • Develop and maintain ministry budgets.
  • Oversee maintenance and repairs of sound equipment.
  • Develop tools for and regularly evaluate the ministry’s effectiveness.
  • Faithfully attend staff meetings and functions.
  • This ministry description is a work in process and will be evaluated each year.

Please send inquiries or resume to Jim Johnson: jimspcc@gmail.com

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Sojourn Community Church; Lacey, WA

Sojourn Community Church in Lacey, Washington is searching for a senior pastor.  Sojourn's last pastor resigned as of December 31, 2016 after nine years of service. Sojourn is a great opportunity for a turnaround pastor.  To learn more about turnaround churches, email Dennis@alliancenw.org.

 

Letter from Sojourn to potential applicants

The intent of this profile is to tell you 1) who we are as a church community 2) by describing the characteristics that we value in a senior pastor, 3) by articulating a vision or direction for our future and 4) provide a picture of the greater community of Tumwater, Olympia and Lacey Washington.   

During a recent sermon and then during a congregational meeting we were challenged to consider three Ws; the Word of God, the Work of God and the Wonder of God. As we assessed ourselves we affirmed that we love and value the Word of God. Our previous pastors preached the biblical truth and used God’s word to guide their lives and spurred us on to do the same.  We also admitted that we look forward to seeing God at work in our lives and are in awe of how He works situations out.   What a wonder it is to see God caring for His people.  And finally we were confronted by our lack of willingness to do God’s work. We find it easy to care for the body of Christ, but as a corporate body we hang back from making an impact in our community.

We are praying and waiting for the man that God is calling to help us grow in each of these areas so that we become faithful and mature servants of God and are used by God to be a light in the darkness.  The ideal candidate will model both the behaviors of reaching the lost in our community and will work with the congregation to mentor us in reaching the lost. Finally, we are open to the possibility of going through a redevelopment process as a starting point with a new pastor.

Please prayerfully consider the following information.   If you are interested in this vacancy please include a letter of interest, a resume, and letters of recommendation to office@sojournlacey.com or to Sojourn Community Church 8004 Pacific Avenue SE Lacey, Washington 98503.  If you have any questions or want to know more about the position please contact us at office@sojournlacey.com.

Respectfully,

Sojourn Community Church Governing Board

 

PASTORAL PROFILE

A pastor who loves

  • God the Father
  • Jesus Christ His Son
  • The Holy Spirit

We are looking for a pastor who is a wholehearted follower of Jesus Christ, who adheres to 1 Chronicles 22:19:

"19 Now devote your heart and soul to seeking the Lord your God."

and Colossians 3:1-2:

"1 Since, then, you have been raised with Christ, set your hearts on things above, where Christ is, seated at the right hand of God. 2 Set your minds on things above, not on earthly things."

A pastor who is submissive to and filled with the Holy Spirit of God.  A pastor who finds his acceptance in Jesus Christ.

A pastor who knows the Word

  • Listens
  • Obeys
  • Shares

We are seeking a pastor who knows God's Word believing in 2 Timothy 3:16-17. 

"16 All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness, 17 so that the servant of God may be thoroughly equipped for every good work."

A pastor who seeks, asks for, and uses God’s wisdom. 

A pastor who prays

  • Daily
  • Corporately (Sunday Service/Prayer Meetings)
  • Missional (Local/World Mission)

A pastor who prays for others, for the local church and missionaries supported by the local church.  Who believes that prayer is the engine that calls down the power of God in his life, his family’s life, and in his ministry.  Matt 11:24:

"24 Therefore I tell you, whatever you ask for in prayer, believe that you have received it, and it will be yours."

Who can inspire others to seek God’s will through prayer.  2 Corinthians 4:7: 

"7 We have the treasure of the glory of the gospel in jars of clay, to show that the surpassing power belongs to God and not to us."

 A pastor who wants to build

  • His church
  • Disciples
  • Equipping and strengthen the body

We seek a pastor who is equipped to build up God’s people. Ephesians 4:11-13:

“11 It was He who gave some to be apostles, some to be prophets, some to be evangelists, and some to be pastors and teachers, 12 to prepare God’s people for works of service so that the body of Christ may be built up 13 until we reach unity in the faith and in the knowledge of the Son of God and become mature attaining to the whole measure of the fullness of Christ.”   

A pastor who possesses a sense of urgency for God’s work  and leadership in mentoring God’s people so they also have a sense of urgency and a desire to engage in God’s work to which they have been called. Titus 3:14:

“14 Our people must learn to devote themselves to doing good, in order that they may provide for daily necessities and not live unproductive lives.”

A pastor who wants to reach

  • The hurting
  • The poor
  • The lost

We seek a pastor who is familiar with the needs of the hurting, the poor and lost. Mt 9:12-13 “On hearing this Jesus said, It is not the healthy who need a doctor, but the sick. But go and learn what this means: I desire mercy, not sacrifice. For I have not come to call the righteous, but sinners.”  We seek a pastor who will lead God’s people into an action plan that will encourage, uplift and rescue those around us who need the love of Christ.  Matthew 28:18-20: 

"18 Then Jesus came to them and said, “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me.  19 Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, 20 and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.”

A pastor who pursues God

  • His calling
  • His vision
  • His mission

In Paul’s words (1 Tim 6:11-12, NIV), we are looking for a man of God who pursues righteousness, godliness, faith, love, endurance and gentleness; a man who is committed to fight the good fight of the faith (His mission) and take hold of the eternal life to which he is called (His calling).  

"11 But you, man of God, flee from all this, and pursue righteousness, godliness, faith, love, endurance and gentleness. 12 Fight the good fight of the faith. Take hold of the eternal life to which you were called when you made your good confession in the presence of many witnesses."

We’re praying for a man who is accustomed to expecting to see (His vision) the wonder of God in his life and through his ministry.  1 Tim 6:11, The Message. 

"11 But you, Timothy, man of God: Run for your life from all this. Pursue a righteous life – a life of wonder, faith, love, steadiness, courtesy."

Our church and community 

Click here to read more about Sojourn Community Church and the surrounding community.

 

Compass Church; Vancouver, WA

WORSHIP LEADER

Compass Church desires to invite people to discover God. We want to love our neighbors as a family because of Jesus by living out these values: authentic worship, community, compassion, creativity, multiplication, and spiritual passion.

Purpose of the role:

Work with a team of musicians and vocalists in leading people to authentically praise God during worship gatherings.

Requirements:

1. Be a formal member of Compass Church and sign the member covenant.
2. Affirm doctrine statement as posted on the website.
3. Agree to and sign the Compass Church Staff Covenant.
4. Work part-time at 20 hrs/wk.
5. Meet with ministry supervisor on a monthly basis at minimum.

Accountable to:

Lead Pastor for the requirements listed above and the responsibilities listed below regardless of whether or not volunteer leaders are available.

Responsibilities:

  1. Lead people to praise God through singing during our worship gatherings. (This leader is encouraged to invite others who she/he deems qualified to accomplish this task in her/his stead up to two Sundays a month. However, this leader is always responsible for the above stated purpose regardless of whether or not volunteer leaders are available).
  2. Maintain a quality of musicianship that engages people and helps them praise God
  3. Pick songs that invite people to discover God and worship Him through the themes brought out in the talk and the passage.
  4. Recruit, train, empower, and mobilize musicians and vocalists
  5. Become familiar with and utilize Planning Center Online for scheduling needs. Make sure there is a leader and a team for every Sunday morning worship gathering.
  6. Keep strong communication with media booth volunteers
  7. Communicate with ministry supervisor in regards to ministry needs and personnel
  8. Hold auditions and rehearsals as deemed necessary
  9. Assist with other tasks (temporarily/permanently) as gifting and the need for personal development deems helpful and necessary. The employee will check in with supervisor regularly and make adjustments.
  10. Draft, submit, and (upon approval) maintain an annual budget that allows for the funding of these responsibilities.

Recommended Spiritual Gifts/Skills:

  • Listening/discernment
  • Volunteer empowerment and encouragement
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills
  • Musically, instrumentally, and/or vocally talented
  • Relational, humble, and surrendering

Job Timeline:

  • February/March, 2018 start a 3-month trial period
  • After 3-month trial period, there will be a review of chemistry with Compass and competency of responsibilities listed in the job description.
  • 9-month
  • Annual review thereafter

Compensation:

Monthly salary TBD BOE

If you'd like to apply:
Contact Brian Kilde; bkilde@compassv.org or 360-909-7401