Ministry-driven; heavily interfaces with membership and coordinates volunteer schedules; high level of activity and people-facilitation. Plans, directs, organizes and coordinates resources for activities, processes, projects, and events for department/ministry area. Advanced people skills and solid database skills required.
General: Provide ministry coordination and female leadership for the Young Adult Ministry (ages 22-35). Assist in developing lay people to produce the desired fruit/outcomes required for next level ministry effectiveness. Assist is shepherding single young adults to encourage, teach, equip and mobilize members and staff in outreach efforts. Particular emphasis is given to the shepherding and discipleship of young women. Contribute to integrated team outcomes. Perform all PCPC work for the glory of God.
Specific to Coordinator: Primary role is Coordination with gifts/skills of organization, detail-orientation, strong communication skills (including email consolidation and communication via social media), overall team player and budget/expense support to Young Adult Ministry.
College degree, Ministry experience as a staff member or volunteer. Comfortable with web-based applications, HTML emails. Social media experience both proactively and upon request.
Strives to serve others with excellence; goes the extra mile; exhibits a servant attitude while working with a demanding and ever-changing schedule; completes the daily tasks of his job with the understanding that what he does is honoring unto the Lord and is, in fact, a ministry in itself
As a team member, the individual understands the importance of teamwork; contributes to ministry team and other ministry teams to develop and achieve collaborative agreed upon outcomes; respects, encourages, honors team members; leverages the skills and interests of coworkers to achieve goals and solve problems; supports team decisions
Approachable; connects well with others; solicits feedback; handles criticism with grace, wisdom, and maturity; encourages direct, honest, and productive dialogue; does not avoid conflict; seeks to find mutually agreeable solutions to problems; seeks peaceful outcomes in all situations
Communicates well both verbally and in writing; listens attentively; makes others feel respected and valued in discussions; conveys organized thoughts and ideas clearly and concisely; is direct, but graciously tactful; communicates progress and appropriately informs others
Possesses necessary skills and job knowledge; understands job responsibilities and how they impact ministry goals and overall church vision; keeps knowledge and skills current; is a pro-active learner; overcomes obstacles; needs very little time to learn and master new processes or tools; learns quickly from mistakes Action Oriented
Targets and achieves results; sees a need or opportunity and appropriately initiates change; adapts to change and is flexible; is open to new ideas; adjusts plans to meet changing needs
Is a self-starter; generates new ideas to improve ministry area(s); anticipates problems and follows through with supporting action without being prompted Judgment & Objectivity
Able to assess situations accurately and make a confident and knowledgeable decision in the absence of his/her immediate supervisor; able to recognize and forecast challenges and/or problems; has the ability to make decisions on a systematic review of relevant facts and information; elevates concerns or problems to immediate supervisor and/and or pastoral leadership when necessary; able to see issues from multiple perspectives and prioritize tasks and/or actions accordingly
Accurately estimates resources and time required to complete tasks and/or projects; identifies and secures resources needed to complete tasks and initiatives; makes efficient use of resources; able to work effectively and manage resources with limited or partial information; keeps immediate supervisor/pastoral leadership well informed regarding management of resources and/or problems that arise
Keeps current on project status; makes sure people are aware of project status and what they need to do to keep things moving; redirects project resources and activities to overcome setbacks; elevates project concerns to senior levels of leadership when appropriate. Plans, directs, organizes, and coordinates resources for activities, processes, projects, and events for department/ministry area; drives projects to completion.