Monday - Thursday, Sun/Wednesday Services
The mission of the Community Ministry is to guide and empower people along their path of church attendance. Under minimal supervision, this position is the primary focal point for coordinating the entire people assimilation effort from first visit, to church membership, through group participation, ministry volunteerism and service. Accountable for the execution and surpassment of church goals relative to the entire assimilation cycle of congregants.
PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- To welcome, inform, and serve new visitors and existing members Support EMIC's mission
- Coordinate the recruitment, training, and deployment of all church volunteers (in collaboration with peer Ministry Leaders). Identify and develop needed volunteer skillsets to transition each member into ministry service
- Coordinate within various ministry teams through regular, scheduled training and discipleship relationships
- Coordinate tactical systems and processes which enable congregants to assimilate into groups to help them grow into subsequent group leaders
- In collaboration with the Community Pastor, create, implement, and communicate an effective strategy of assimilation and discipleship resulting in fully-connected and contributing members of EMIC
- Collaborate with all ministry areas (MOH, Men, Women, Outreach, Youth, & Education) to help develop volunteers into individuals who are enthusiastically growing, learning, and contributing in their ministry calling
- Compel first-time guests to return and desire EMIC membership. Does this by frequent personal interaction and quantifiable tracking of "touch points"
- Assist members with their involvement with groups within EMIC.
- Coordinate the equipping of members for the ministry of others
- Plan, coordinate and orchestrate a quarterly volunteer "job fair" by ensuring a perpetual and robust pipeline of volunteers for service in all areas of EMIC
- Assist in the development, in collaboration with other ministry heads, appropriate training and service standards for each area of volunteerism within EMIC
- Plans, schedules and conducts first-time guest receptions each Sunday.
- Notifies ministry leaders (Pastors & Ministers) of their assignment to attend and significantly interact with all new guests Assist in updating and distribution of the EMIC CONNECT GUIDE with the collaboration of ministry heads
- Coordinate the creation and implement a process to effectively and repeatedly contact and follow-up with each visitor through their EMIC journey
- Gather, organize and report all data relevant to assimilation, church growth and follow-up activity on a monthly basis
- Assist in the direction of the Assimilation Team in all areas pertaining to the Assimilation Ministry from First Impressions, Guest Relations, Registrations & Check-ins, Care, and Follow-up
- Organizes and staffs Guest and eMember reception teams
- Schedules and assigns Continuing Education for volunteers to keep them current on processes, procedures, and EMIC policies
- Coordinate and assist in the planning of the EMIC booth at the SWBC. Integrate into the staff scheduling to work during the convention
- Return phone calls received by members/non-members/partners/e-Members same day as received
- Collaborate with Information Technology to ensure online registration is operational for eMembers during SWBC
- Collaborate with MOH depa rtment to schedule appropriate shuttle busses during SWBC Work alongside MOH and the pastoral team to cover meet-and-greet operations of all guests and eMembers
- Performs other duties as assigned.
Education and Experience:
- High School graduation required
- Minimum 1-2 years ministry experience
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
- Have experience with Microsoft Office, Power Point, Excel and Microsoft Outlook Type at or above 35 wpm
- Strong organizational, analytical and written and verbal communication skills
- Confidentiality, discretion and trust worthiness are required
- Ability to work in a fast-paced, closely collaborative environment with short deadlines for assignment completion & submission
EQUIPMENT TO BE USED:
- Windows Operating System
- Fax machine Copy Machine
TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS:
- Able to lift up to 30 lbs.
- Must be able to sit at a computer 7 hours a day
- Req uires manual dexterity sufficient to operate standard office machines such as computers, fax machines, calculators, telephones and other office equipment.
TYPICAL MENTAL DEMANDS:
- Able to give, receive and analyze information, formulate work plans, prepare written materials and articulate goals and action plans
- Must be very detailed, organized and require a modicum of instruction
- Must understand vague and implicit instructions, and react favorably in all work situations
- Must be communicative
- Must be task and goal oriented
Requires the ability to multi-task
- Must adapt well to changing work situations
- Must be able to grasp and apply new ideas
- Must be able to resolve problems, handle conflict and make effective decisions
- Must be able to discern spiritual situations and be willing to pray with people Must relate and interact with all people
- Must have good command of the English language and be able to proofread work
- Must have a sense of the workings of a ministry and the demands physically, emotionally and spiritually of the staff and pastors
- Typically works in an office or church environment.
- Born again believer and must adhere to the doctrines of this organization as upheld by Kenneth and Gloria Copeland and their appointed representatives
- Must work well with others, as a team and according to Romans 16:17, must not cause dissension and division
- Must maintain a good attendance record
- Must be a member of EMIC, regularly attend church services, and support the leadership of
- Must be a regular tither to EMIC.
- Must possess a servant's heart and operate as Armor Bearer. Sensitive to needs of others. which includes a love and commitment to the members and congregation of EMIC and Kenneth Copeland Ministries staff.
- Interpersonal skills necessary to interact with diverse groups of people, considerable skill and diplomacy in communication. Ability to build effective working relationships inside and outside departments or groups.
- Self-motivated and takes initiative. Ability to react with appropriate urgency to situations and events that require quick response or turnaround.
- Operates with preemptive thinking and must be discerning and able to make good judgment calls with minimum supervision.