CHILDREN'S MINISTRY DIRECTOR
Duties and Responsibilities
The CM Director is responsible to the Lead Minister for overseeing the planning, coordinating, and implementing of programs and special events for children from birth through fifth grade. As Broad Creek Christian Church is in a transitioning period focused on growth (both spiritually and numerically), the CM Director's primary responsibility will be the new development and deployment of a holistic program for children ages birth - 5th grade. The CM Director will champion the vision & mission of BCCC as it relates to the children’s ministry. That will include a minimum of the following:
Work with lead minister and key leaders in casting a vision specifically for the Children’s Ministry which includes Sunday morning programming and special events.
Recruiting and training CM team members and empowering them for service.
Planning and executing special events to capture the attention of children and families in order to introduce them to BCCC.
Follow-up with new families that have checked their children into our programming.
Assist in the development of an assimilation strategy for new families with children in the CM.
Maintain database records for CM families.
Assist in planning and maintaining the annual CM budget.
Cooperate with local and state leaders in promoting activities of mutual interest in the community.
Attend a yearly training event of your choosing that is approved by the Lead Minister.
Create environments that are attractive and conducive to appropriate children's age groups.
Comply with state and local laws concerning suspected abuse of children
Member of Broad Creek Christian Church
Proficient with Microsoft Office products and basic computing skills
Ability to recruit and organize ministry volunteers
Skilled in conflict resolution to promote peace
Able to maintain a good working relationship with the Lead Minister, Elders, other staff, and members
Have current background check
Please send your resume to email@example.com. Please include "Resume" in the subject line.