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Washington Community Fellowship is searching for a ¾ time benefits-eligible position (30 hours/week) Ministries Director.  This person will be responsible for providing logistical and organizational support for pastoral ministry teams and volunteers.  Preference is for individuals who are interested in pursuing pastoral ministry.  

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Washington Community Fellowship is searching for a part-time (15 hours/week) Ministry and Communications Coordinator.  This person will be responsible for coordinating internal and external communication and providing logistical and organizational support for volunteer and pastoral ministry teams. 

Washington Community Fellowship is searching for a part-time (15 hours/week) Coordinator of Children’s Ministry.  This person will oversee the implementation of children’s programs for nursery through 8th grade.

Washington Community Fellowship is a multi-denominational church, affiliated with Virginia Conference of Mennonite Church USA, located at 9th and Maryland, NE, Washington, DC.  Resumes and/or inquiries should be sent to hiring@wcfchurch.org.

Ministries Director

at Washington Community Fellowship

The Ministries Director is a ¾ time benefits-eligible position (30 hours per week), reporting to the Senior Pastor and working in close consultation with the Deacon(s) and Commission(s) with a focus on children and youth and communications; preaching opportunities available for suitably-gifted individual.

The Ministries Director serves as the hub for ministry activity at Washington Community Fellowship (WCF), is organized, communicates well with a diverse group of people, is comfortable working with a variety of online platforms and gets energy from seeing people in the church serve to their fullest capacity.  In short, the Ministries Director helps make ministry happen.

Resumes and/or inquiries should be sent to hiring@wcfchurch.org by December 20.

 

Desired Qualities:


A.    Spiritually mature and committed to Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord.
B.    Committed to WCF’s vision, mission and core values statements and the doctrinal statements adopted by WCF throughout its history.
C.    Cares about connecting people from all walks of faith in Christ.
D.    Faithful to the church and staff.
E.    Thrives in an environment where team input and ideas are welcomed and challenged.
F.    Team player that works well with others.
G.    Passionate about the development and nurture of love for Jesus in the children of WCF. 
H.    Possesses capacity and desire to lead and equip volunteers.
I.    Possesses administrative expertise to plan, implement and guide the Children’s Ministry program with a vision for growth into a middle-school and youth ministry programming.
J.    Strong creative and conceptual thinker who can make design decisions based on project goals/objectives.
K.    Ability to find, design or convey information in a way that evokes emotive response in a succinct manner.

 

Qualifications for Position:


A.    College graduate
B.    Two to four years of previous experience working with volunteers and a solid understanding of technological and communications tools and resources preferred
C.    Proven experience in teaching methods and classroom management
D.    Proven track record of meeting deadlines
E.    Proficiency (or quick student) in Planning Center Online apps, CMS and social media platforms preferred
F.    Strong sense of design and color and keen instinct for editing and writing copy in both web and print mediums

 


Job Responsibilities (including but not limited to):

Children’s Ministry
A.    Create and maintain a positive vision for the Children’s Ministry program.
B.    Oversee and ensure the ongoing health of curriculum and programming for nursery through youth during Sunday worship services in addition to occasional special activities.
C.    Effectively recruit, train, schedule, support and encourage teachers and volunteers.
D.    Troubleshoot with parents or teachers any relevant concerns about the Children’s Ministry program.
E.    Manage and maintain curriculum, supplies and snacks.
F.    Coordinate with Human Resources Committee an annual review of Child Protection Policy, processing background checks for all lead teachers; ensuring the comprehensive implementation of the Child Protection Policy and provide for a zero-tolerance process for any breaches. 

 

Communications
A.    Maintain a bird’s-eye view of WCF’s communications media to ensure events, registrations, and content is consistent, accurate and relevant to the target audience.
B.    Support and coordinate with ministry areas to ensure their programs and events are represented.
C.    Update website and maintain regular social media presence.
D.    Maintain the brand and presence of WCF online and in print, where applicable.
E.    Update online sermons weekly.
F.    Manage volunteer and contracted design or service providers.
G.    Design visuals for new initiatives.

 

Operations and Administrative
A.    Provide administrative leadership and operational support for execution of Sunday services and various ministries of the church, including small groups, in collaboration with Commissions and volunteer teams where applicable.
B.    Develop and direct programming in line with each ministry’s overarching goals.
C.    Monitors the health and engagement of volunteers and attendees.
D.    Ensure volunteer roles are filled for Sunday service by coordinating with ministry team leaders and/or directly with volunteers.
E.    Respond to external inquiries and/or direct inquiries to appropriate staff and/or ministry contacts.
F.    Performs selected office management duties.

 

Resumes and/or inquiries should be sent to hiring@wcfchurch.org by December 20.

Ministry and Communciations Coordinator

at Washington Community Fellowship

The Ministry and Communications Coordinator is a part-time position (up to 15 hours per week), reporting to the Senior Pastor and working in close consultation with the Deacon(s) and Commission(s).

The Ministry and Communications Coordinator helps make ministry happen.  He/she serves as the hub for ministry activity at Washington Community Fellowship (WCF), is organized, communicates well with a diverse group of people, is comfortable working with a variety of online platforms and gets energy from seeing people in the church serve to their fullest capacity.  

Desired Qualities:

  1. Spiritually mature and committed to Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord.
  2. Committed to WCF’s vision, mission and core values statements and the doctrinal statements adopted by WCF throughout its history.
  3. Cares about connecting people from all walks of faith in Christ.
  4. Faithful to the church and staff.
  5. Thrives in an environment where team input and ideas are welcomed and challenged.
  6. Team player that works well with others.
  7. Strong creative and conceptual thinker who can make design decisions based on project goals/objectives.
  8. Ability to find, design or convey information in a way that evokes emotive response in a succinct manner.

Qualifications for Position:

  1. College graduate
  2. Two to four years of previous experience working with volunteers and a solid understanding of technological and communications tools and resources preferred
  3. Proven track record of meeting deadlines
  4. Proficiency (or quick student) in Planning Center Online apps, CMS and social media platforms preferred
  5. Strong sense of design and color and keen instinct for editing and writing copy in both web and print mediums

 

Resumes and/or inquiries should be sent to hiring@wcfchurch.org by December 20.

Coordinator for Children's Ministry

at Washington Community Fellowship

The Coordinator for Children’s Ministry is a part-time position (15 hours per week), reporting to the Senior Pastor and working in close consultation with the Deacon(s) and Commission(s) with a focus on children and youth.

Desired Qualities:

  1. Spiritually mature and committed to Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord.
  2. Committed to WCF’s vision, mission and core values statements and the doctrinal statements adopted by WCF throughout its history.
  3. Cares about connecting people from all walks of faith in Christ.
  4. Faithful to the church and staff.
  5. Thrives in an environment where team input and ideas are welcomed and challenged.
  6. Team player that works well with others.
  7. Passionate about the development and nurture of love for Jesus in the children of WCF.
  8. Possesses capacity and desire to lead and equip volunteers.
  9. Possesses administrative expertise to plan, implement and guide the Children’s Ministry program with a vision for growth into a middle-school and youth ministry programming.

Qualifications for Position:

  1. College graduate
  2. Two to four years of previous experience working with volunteers and a solid understanding of technological and communications tools and resources preferred
  3. Proven experience in teaching methods and classroom management
  4. Proven track record of meeting deadlines

Job Responsibilities (including but not limited to):

  1. Create and maintain a positive vision for the Children’s Ministry program.
  2. Oversee and ensure the ongoing health of curriculum and programming for nursery through youth during Sunday worship services in addition to occasional special activities.
  3. Effectively recruit, train, schedule, support and encourage teachers and volunteers.
  4. Troubleshoot with parents or teachers any relevant concerns about the Children’s Ministry program.
  5. Manage and maintain curriculum, supplies and snacks.
  6. Coordinate with Human Resources Committee an annual review of Child Protection Policy, processing background checks for all lead teachers; ensuring the comprehensive implementation of the Child Protection Policy and provide for a zero-tolerance process for any breaches. 

Resumes and/or inquiries should be sent to hiring@wcfchurch.org by December 20.