EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES AT NEW COMMUNITY

We are very excited about how God is growing New Community and we are looking to expand our staff to accommodate the growth we are experiencing. We are prayerfully looking to fill the employment opportunities listed below. If you are interested in joining our team, please email your resume, cover letter and salary history to hr@newcommunitybible.org.

  • Executive Director of finance and operations

    RESPONSIBILITIES:


    Under the leadership of the Senior Pastor, the role of the Executive Director of Finance and Operations (EDFO) is to be the chief steward of all church finances and financial activities and to serve as executive oversight for the operational excellence of the church.  He is responsible for 1) Strategic Financial Leadership in the area of Financing the Church’s Mission, 2) Capital Campaigns and Facility Expansion Projects and 3) Organization and Systems Development,  As with all senior level staff the EDFO also carries the role of supporting and serving the Senior Pastor as needed in providing general leadership, ministry, care and oversight for ministry leaders, members and pre-members of New Community Bible Fellowship. The position requires a seasoned leader with a firm grasp on the purpose, values and strategies of NCBF and the ability to align staff and key leadership teams with its mission.



    1. Strategic Financial Leadership:  Provide the Senior Pastor with executive level updates and guidance on church financial matters while serving as the chief steward of all church finances.  


    1. Review, assess and recommend major financial decisions on behalf of the church to the Senior Pastor. These decisions may include mortgages, refinances and other major financing activities.  


    1. Conduct proper due diligence, select and maintain all banking relationships and oversee the establishment and maintenance of all church accounts in conjunction with finance team and church accountant.  


    1. Negotiate, review and sign all contracts on behalf of the church including vehicle purchases and leases seeking the most favorable initial and renewal terms. 


    1. Serve as the risk manager of the church by initiating, reviewing and approving all insurance needs – building, vehicles and people – protecting the church in the event of disasters or lawsuits.


    1. Conduct monthly finance meetings with the church accountant to ensure accurate reporting on financial health as well as assessing the need for budget adjustments for ministry areas/ events/ leaders based on spending to date or overages to budget.  Review the detail general ledger and credit cards for abnormalities and investigate same.  


    1. Develop and balance the annual church budget for pastoral review and approval.  Special attention must be given to funding the most important churchwide initiatives, staffing needs and staff compensation.   Communicate final budget decisions to appropriate ministry directors.  


    1. Review accounts payable recommendations weekly and approve final payments maintaining an on-time payment record.


    1. Maintain church credit card payments – goal is payoff monthly to avoid finance charges.  Review all charges making sure cards are only used for church business and securing reimbursement when not.  


    1. Review Missions Support Monthly and recommend adjustments annually.  Approve all Special gift request.  Maintain relationships and communications with missionary organizations and missionaries.


    1. Oversee the Independent Annual Church Audit and report results and findings to the Senior Pastor.  Establish internal controls as recommended by auditors.


    1. Provide quarterly financial updates to the Senior Pastor and make recommendations as needed.  Anticipate potential financial problems, report them to the Senior Pastor with recommended solutions and action steps.  


    1. Prepare Annual report in conjunction with the Sr. Director of Operations and the Director of Communications.  Prepare documents and conduct a business meeting annually.  




    2. Capital Campaigns and Facility Expansion:  Serve as the lead executive and single point of contact (SPOC) for all capital campaigns and construction initiatives.


    1. In conjunction with the Senior Pastor, develop and update annually, a five year strategic expansion plan until the final vision for the campus and/ or multiple sites is completed.  


    1. Provide oversight to facility expansion, property searches, renovations, 

    repairs and/or campus development.  Along with Senior Pastor and Elders, research and purchase church properties or facilities.


    1. Select and hire the capital campaign partner (if needed) and be the key liaison between church leadership and the campaign partner.


    1. Select, hire and develop initial architectural/ engineering expansion plans based on the Senior Pastor’s vision for review by the Senior Pastor and Executive Team.   


    1. Develop and maintain relationships with city officials including the mayor, city council and planning department in order to understand the process and guidelines for approval of architectural/ engineering plans and to seek Board of Zoning appeals variances as needed to finalize expansion plans.  Revise plans as needed and present plans for approval to appropriate city officials.


    1. Oversee construction bidding process - Select, hire, negotiate and approve final contracts with Commercial General Contractor and serve as executive oversight during the entire construction period.  


    1. Conduct ongoing progress checks with church designer and construction management to develop a comprehensive punch list which must be completed before final payment.  


    1. Maintain construction documents, payment history and conduct an internal audit before making final payment.  


    1. Negotiate and seek out the optimal facility contracts for all facility services including but not limited to insurance, utilities, copier leases, supplies and IT support.  

     


    3. Organization and Systems Development:  In conjunction with the Sr. Director of Operations, ensure that all key administrative and operational elements of the church (database management, facilities management, IT Systems and key ministry processes) are working in synergy with one another to produce a church that operates efficiently and with high ministry impact. 


    1. Assist the Senior Pastor in the ongoing assessment and development of the organizational structure of the church.


    1. Assist the Senior Pastor with strategic planning and goal setting, for the

    purpose of creating a climate of ministry excellence and ongoing growth.


    1. Work in session with the Senior Pastor and other Senior Staff in the development of and adherence to church policies and procedures. 


    1. Assist the Senior Pastor in developing and implementing additional

    businesses and other ventures of New Community Bible Fellowship.


    1. Conduct research and assessments of various components of the

    organization for the purpose of cost analysis.


    1. Assist the Senior Pastor in regular reviews of the organization and

    ministry systems for improvement and church growth. 


    1. Direct supervision of assigned staff, including conducting performance

    evaluations and providing year round supervision and performance feedback.


    1. As assigned, assist the Senior Pastor in interviewing, hiring and dismissal

    of  senior staff.


    4. General Ministry Duties:  


    1. Oversee the planning and execution of Kingdom Impact Volunteer Meetings and Training.


    1. Be available for Sunday Assignments as needed (may include live host or preaching).


    1. Be available for funeral services, and care for members as needed.

    Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:

    1. Bachelors Degree in Business Administration, Accounting, Management or related field.  Bible College or Seminary credentials a bonus.

    2. Strategic Planning skills and construction management experience desired.

    3. Three to Five years of finance experience managing multifaceted budgets.

    4. Must be willing to learn to teach the word of God (1 Timothy 3:2).

    5. Both EDOF and spouse must be available for spending time in Bible Study, training and team building with NCBF.

    6. Strong, professional and mature inter-personal skills (both verbal and in writing).  Must have the ability to communicate persuasively and compassionately.  

    7. Effective communication is a very important value at New Community. Must provide clear, regular and thorough communications to all whom you work.

    8. Administrative abilities are key. Able to organize work and maintain appropriate work standards for the goal of accomplishing ministry assignments in a way that honors both God and people.

    9. Must keep work area/ office maintained and orderly at NCBF’s standards.  

    8. Should be detail oriented and decisive with the ability to organize and coordinate work, set priorities, and meet deadlines

    9. Timeliness is a very important value at New Community. Must arrive to work and meetings on time!  Must meet request for information or action in a timely, tactful, and courteous manner.

    10. Ability to be extremely flexible in an environment that is subject to many spur of the moment changes.

    11. The EDFO must be creative, bring high energy, hard working, and have the ability to motivate others.

    12. Initiative, perseverance, follow-through and “whatever it takes” attitudes are very important.

          13. High level of competence and proficiency with all Microsoft Office Features.

    14. Excellent organizational, administrative, and team development skills

    15. As with all assignments at New Community, the EDFO serves in the best interest of New Community Bible Fellowship. This person must have an open, submitted and understanding spirit, should the Senior Pastor or Elders determine a need for change or reassignment.


    PERSONAL QUALIFIERS:

    1. New Community Bible Fellowship membership.
    2. Fully embraces the vision, mission, and values of NCBF. 
    3. The ideal candidate will hold five or more years experience leading, directing, supervising or managing within church, non-profit or corporate setting.
    4. Must have a heart for salvation of the lost, and discipleship of Christians.
    5. Must have a submitted, servant and supportive attitude in your overall approach to ministry and your relationships at New Community Bible Fellowship (Ephesians 6:5-7; Colossians 3:23, 24).
    6. Staff management skills – We are looking for someone able to recruit, train, and manage staff.
    7. The ability to understand, motivate and support ministry leaders.
    8. Must be at a point of living a sound Christian lifestyle (private and public), exemplary of a mature and victorious Christian. Must be a sound example in marriage and family of Christian maturity (1 Timothy 3:1-7; 4:12/ Titus 1:5-9).
    9. Must exhibit a strong commitment and openness to ongoing development in skills, knowledge, spiritual and personal growth.
    10. Must be a team player, promoting unity for the overall direction of the team and the ministry.
    11. We are looking for a proven leader and strategic thinker who will work in unison with the pastor and leaders in casting vision, and mobilize administrative support to maintain and advance the ministry of New Community Bible Fellowship.
    12. Must have a strong commitment to handling conflict according to the precepts of Scripture.
    13. Must exhibit personal discretion concerning information shared in the normal flow of church interactions, whether leaders, staff or members.
    14. Must be able to maintain a high level of confidentiality.

    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE:

    1. Bachelors Degree in Business Administration, Accounting, Management or related field. Bible College or Seminary credentials a bonus.
    2. Strategic Planning skills and construction management experience desired.
    3. Three to Five years of finance experience managing multifaceted budgets.

    COMPENSATION AND TIME REQUIREMENTS:
    This is a full-time salary position with set hours and set compensation. The
    compensation for this position is based on 45 hours per week and will be commensurate with experience. As with all staff positions at New Community Bible Fellowship, full time salary positions are subject to increases upon favorable annual reviews. This position is eligible for paid vacation. It also includes sick leave, health insurance coverage and other benefits which are detailed in New Community Bible Fellowship’s Employment Handbook.

  • Next Gen Ministries Coordinator

    RESPONSIBILITIES:


    The Next Gen Ministries Coordinator (NGMC) provides general support and volunteer leadership development to the Next Gen Director and the Children’s Ministry Coordinator (6 weeks to 6th grade).  


    The Next Gen Ministries Coordinator reports to the Director of Next Gen Ministries and Kidz Coordinator to support him/her in the coordination and execution of all Next Generation ministries with the goal of implementing the curriculum and standards for Children’s Christian Education as designed by the Kidz Coordinator.  As a leader in the Next Gen Ministry, the NGMC, will assist in team building, volunteer recruitment and training, in addition to follow-up for ensuring consistent volunteer team for Elevate and Children’s Ministry (ages 6 weeks – 6th grade).


    1. Strategic Leadership:  In alignment with the Sr. Pastor’s vision (Changing Lives through the Power of Jesus Christ), the NGMC will implement specific strategies to build community and create discipleship opportunities for each age group. 
    2. Collaborate with Next Gen Director and Kidz Coordinator to develop and implement comprehensive processes for volunteer recruitment and retention
    3. Collaborate with Next Gen Director and Kidz Coordinator to develop and implement best practices for leader observation, evaluation, and development opportunities for volunteer leaders
    4. Work with staff and volunteer ministry leaders to support in coordination and execution of strategic plans and budget that is developed by Next Gen Director/Kidz Coordinator
    5. Create and develop coherent processes for implementing and developing curriculum and teaching pedagogy, facilitate weekly Children’s Ministry classes, events, and activities
    6. Gather data that assesses the effectiveness of the ministries, activities and events; recommend strategies to continuously improve and bring more relevance to NCBF’s Next Generation Ministries and meet designated goals
    7. Cultivate an environment of authentic and healthy relationships amongst Next Gen volunteers in an effort to cultivate and grow community, encouraging spiritual growth and peer friendships
    8. Create, implement, and maintain processes for engaging attendees, parents, and community partners for all activities and events via all available mediums (social, personal, and more – especially given current constraints of COVID-19 pandemic)


    GENERAL ADMINISTRATION:

    1. Work to provide direct support to Next Gen Ministries personnel (reporting directly to Kidz Coordinator and Next Gen Director) for large and small worship gatherings and/or events through direct service, volunteer identification and development
    2. Work with necessary personnel to develop, implement, and execute orientation and ongoing training for new volunteers as well as assist with scheduling: correspondence, follow up, reminders, and tall other correspondence to ensure fully-staffed areas for Elevate/Kidz departments.
    3. Consistent Communication with Director of Next Gen Ministries, Kidz Coordinator, as well as all relevant staff, volunteer leaders and departments to ensure clarity of vision integration as well as execution of appropriate teams
    4. Assist Next Gen Director/Kidz Coordinator with preparation and execution of regular meetings to support development, growth, and create support systems for delivering vision to Next Gen Team members (volunteer, staff, and attendees)
    5. Anticipate staffing needs, and continually recruit volunteers from the church membership to build a solid core of Next Gen ministry volunteers
    6. Support Next Gen Director/Kidz Coordinator in his/her shepherding and discipleship of the Next Generation Team leadership, volunteers, and kids to encourage, support, and nurture their growth
    7. Support Next Gen Director/Kidz Coordinator with creation and implementation of processes for onboarding and maintaining accurate records of volunteer leaders (incl. appropriate background checks)


    TEACHING AND CARE GIVING DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

    1. Provide teaching on discipleship and leadership in Life Group and leadership settings as needed
    2. Provide care and leadership to the Next Gen leaders and volunteers as needed such as: Devotions, prayer calls, care for team members in crisis, loss, or hardship 
    3. Attend all relevant church events and work with Next Gen Director/Kidz Director in providing leadership, accountability, and discipleship
    4. Assist Next Gen Director/Kidz Coordinator in creation and administration of lesson preparation and execution, including but not limited to: keeping all areas safe, clean, and sanitary in addition to assisting with all necessary elements to ensure effective administration and execution for all Kidz/Elevate gatherings


    SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE & ABILITIES:

    1. Strong biblical foundation for wise leadership
    2. Must be an experienced administrator, able to establish and maintain appropriate standards for the accomplishment of ministry in a way that honors both God and people
    3. Adept at balancing multiple projects of great importance, initiating prioritization schedule, and leading down, up, and laterally with sound judgement while creating and adhering to deadlines
    4. Ability to communicate and/or grow in effective, persuasive and compassionate communication both oral and in writing
    5. Must have a servant’s attitude, with mature and professional inter-personal skills
    6. Expert in time management skills with the ability to meet requests for information or action in a timely, tactful, and courteous manner
    7. Your marriage and personal relationships are sound example Christian maturity, living out biblical principles
    8. Must be a team player, promoting unity for the overall direction of the team and the Ministry
    9. Ability to be flexible in an environment that is subject to spur-of-the-moment changes
    10. Initiative, perseverance, follow-through and a “whatever it takes” attitude.
    11. Conflict resolution skills consistent with Scripture
    12. Must be able to maintain a high level of confidentiality. Breach of confidentiality, whether personal, leaders, membership or church related, is grounds for immediate dismissal


    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE:

    1. Bachelor’s Degree preferred
    2. New Community Bible Fellowship membership for Next Gen Ministries Coordinator and spouse, if applicable
    3. Next Gen Ministries Coordinator and spouse must be willing to spend time in Bible Study and staff training with NCBF, if applicable
    4. Fully embrace the vision, mission, and values of NCBF
    5. Must exhibit a strong commitment to personal, spiritual, and professional growth
    6. Proficient in Microsoft software where applicable to ministry duties
    7. Must live a public and private life exemplary of a mature Christian


    COMPENSATION & TIME REQUIREMENTS:

    This is a full-time position with designated hours and set compensation.