The Serve Director must have a desire to see people recruited, equipped and sent out to serve others in order to see the Kingdom grown and Jesus lifted up. The Serve Director must possess strong leadership, relational and organizational skills and possess
a developed biblical framework and philospohy of Missiology and service.
- Success in this role is primarily defined by recruiting, training, developing, resourcing, equipping and sending people to serve others in the name of Jesus’ Kingdom
- Spend Sundays using creative means to heighten people’s awareness of opportunities, as well as your familiarity with people in order for them to be connected with service opportunities
- Oversight of ministry categories which are defined as primarily serving our congregation or community, and seeking unity and philosophical consistency within the serving arms under the vision of the elders and leadership of CEFC
- Assist in the “onboarding” on new congregants in structured ways by which they can find ways to use their gifts for ministry, as well as helping to improve these structures.
- Serve as advocate for Service Ministries to seek their representation, communication, or access to resources within the balance of the overall ministry of CEFC
- Strategically and regularly review the stewardship of CEFC’s time/talent investments into serving/missions opportunities to seek best possible outcomes for the Kingdom and CEFC members as Christ’s ambassadors
- Participate in weekly staff meetings
- Additional tasks and duties as assigned
College or formal training in missions and outreach work is required. All salaried staff of CEFC should expect to work 45 hours minimum a week. Salary is dependent on experience. Benefits include medical, dental, vision, matching retirement up to 3%
and paid vacation.
Send a PDF copy of your resume with your name in the title and “Serve Director” in the subject line to email@example.com