Reports to: Kids Ministry Lead
Average Hours/Week: 15-20 (Saturday & Sunday)
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt
Date Revised: 2.19.16
The purpose of Kids Ministry at CCV is to come along side parents to help raise spiritual champions to love and serve Christ with their lives. The Kids Ministry is helping develop the next generation that will be the hands and feet of Jesus in their families, schools, and communities. The Special Needs Coordinator will assist the ministry efforts of the Kids Ministry by providing excellence in the implementation, development, and execution of Special Needs services on the campus.
Essential Job Functions
Provide weekend operation support through various tasks as needed, including:
Assessing general needs during the program and be able to address those needs in an appropriate way
Communicating effectively with volunteers and parents
Working with other staff to set-up and tear-down
Providing evaluation of situations and making appropriate decisions for issues regarding parents and staffing
Coordination of the necessary staffing requirements for weekend services:
Recruiting, building and maintaining volunteers
Contacting potential and regular volunteers by telephone and email
Obtaining and maintaining volunteer information
Helping forecast the needs of the Special Needs ministry in regards to volunteer staffing
Providing input regarding the design and implementation of volunteer training
Assisting in the execution of various department and church events, including but not limited to:
Character & Chemistry
A passion for reaching the lost
Personal integrity in all areas of life
Must be – or willing to become – a participating member of CCV
Regularly attends worship services with their family
Is an active participant in a neighborhood group, a transformation group and is a regular tither
Customer Focus – is dedicated to meeting the expectations of internal and external customers.
Interpersonal Skills – relates well to all kinds of people and builds effective relationships, communicates effectively both interpersonally and corporately.
Self-Development – Committed to improvement, seeks constructive criticism, understands strengths and weaknesses.
Drive for Results – Steadfastly pushes self and others for results. Is action-oriented and displays focus, passion & initiative. Takes appropriate action when something needs to be done.
Conflict Management Skills – manages disagreements collaboratively and builds consensus, keeping the best interests of the organization in mind, not only one's own interest.
Administrative Skills – is able to sustain an organized process, prioritize and multi-task effectively while sustaining a high level of attention to detail.
Adaptability – is able to quickly respond to changes and ensure that necessary resources will be available to meet demands.
Education and Experience
A degree, training in a related field, or ministry proven experience
Working knowledge of the business of the church and procedures is helpful
Skilled in using a database for volunteer information, recruiting, and attendance is a plus
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by individuals assigned to this position. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, and skills required of employees. CCV Leadership reserves the right to revise the position, its job functions, minimum qualifications and other aspects of the position in any way at any time.