This full-time position will be responsible for overseeing the design and execution of the for the recruitment, assimilation, training and placement of all volunteers and leaders for ages 0 through 5th grade at our Fort Mill Campus.
This job focuses on managing the volunteer assimilation process, identifying and training coaches and leaders, and overseeing the hospitality process within the nursery/kids area of family ministry. It will also support other family ministry areas as needed, not limited to but including, programming, hospitality, administration, trips and events, and database management.
- Effectively recruit, assimilate, train, and continually develop volunteers (including volunteer coaches) to engage in discipleship environments within Family Ministry.
- Manage the volunteer assimilation process: coordinate volunteer orientations and trainings.
- Develop relationships with kids and parents through community events, one-on-ones, school events, etc. throughout the week.
- Oversee all hospitality environments within the nursery/kids area of Family Ministry, as needed. This includes developing, training, and managing hospitality coaches so they can effectively manage hospitality and other volunteer areas.
- Manage kids and nursery volunteer teams’ expectations, training, development progress and goals, ensuring effective attraction, retention and engagement.
- Routinely review volunteer recruiting, development and growth procedures to ensure efficiency, productivity and quality within all volunteer groups.
- Assist in executing large group experiences, events, and trips as needed.
- Uphold Family Ministry Child Protection Standards and Expectations.
- Collaborate with Family Ministry teams and share best practices to ensure overall ministry success within each campus.
- Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent in education, experience, and training) in early child development or education, communications, family ministry, religious studies, or a combination of the above.
- Strong understanding of needs, development and training trends for adult volunteers.
- Highly relational, with the ability to connect well with both children and adults.
- Strong knowledge and understanding of scripture and biblical theology.
- Experience working within a hospitality and/or volunteer ministry environment.
- Ability to lead, manage and train individual volunteers and volunteer teams.
- Ability to effectively communicate clearly and effectively with diverse audiences and age groups.
- Strong attention to detail and organizational skill with ability to effectively coordinate and schedule.
- Experience in Microsoft office programs and database management systems.
- Ability to collaborate across teams and ministries on leadership development, events, programming, and other areas.
All interested candidates should submit their resumes to HR.