Youth Ministries Coordinator
To provide coordination of programs and ministries primarily serving families with youth and provide oversight of their faith education and spiritual development process.
Accountable to the Pastor/Head of Staff and the Staff-Parish Committee
Administration & Programming Responsibilities
- Provide oversight of program communication: calendars, weekly press, email and web advertisement, banners, flyers, brochures, and monthly newsletter
- Coordinate age-specific events and programming for youth and families in conjunction with Senior Pastor and committees
- Oversees the organization of a schedule of activities and maintain a three month advance schedule of all activities and programs in ministry areas
- Implement Safe Sanctuary policies throughout youth programs, ensuring that volunteers are properly screened and that youth are provided safe, supervised programs, events, and space
- Keep the pastor and other appropriate leaders and volunteers informed of ministry programs and timelines
Formation, Education, & Discipleship Responsibilities
- Give primary oversight to the vision, process, and implementation of faith formation for youth, including coordinating of weekly and periodic programming
- Work collaboratively with the Senior Pastor in coordinating programs and education for parents and youth.
- Recruit and resource educational leaders (i.e. parents, youth volunteers)
- Oversee, in conjunction with ministry staff, the selection of teaching materials and curricula
- Work collaboratively with area youth ministries, partner churches, to create opportunities for fellowship, service, and formation
- Provide creative opportunities for families and students to develop relationship with one another and for mentoring relationships to take place
- Oversee the development of intergenerational opportunities for learning, serving, and worshipping
Education and Experience: (1) a strong love for Jesus Christ and the church, (2) a demonstrated ability to work as a member of a ministry team; and (3) a degree relating to the ministry area—such as ministry/divinity, education, psychology, etc. with training and experience relevant to planning, preparing, and coordinating volunteers and programs
- Ability to relate well with people.
- Ability to manage ministries relating to youth, and their families
- Ability to work as a member of a professional team in ministry.
- Ability to administrate and organize a variety of Christian education and faith development activities
- Ability to be self-motivated and self-managed for daily and weekly tasks
10 hours a week
Contact Rev. Norval Brown at email@example.com to appy.