The Director of Administration functions as the chief operations and financial officer and is responsible for directing, managing and overseeing all administrative functions of the church, relieving the senior pastor of administrative tasks so he may focus
on the spiritual/pastoral needs of the church community. The Director of Administration will provide leadership and supervision to the support staff and all church business functions including but not limited to: Administration, Finance, Stewardship, Technology,
Human Resources, Facilities, Communications, New Construction, Grounds and other general operational functions.
- Provide overall leadership to the Church department heads on the annual budget process; consolidate individual department budgets into overall church annual budget; prepare budget for review and approval by Sr. Pastor and Elders.
- Responsible for the development and implementation of appropriate operating policies within the Church including communication and education of church staff and volunteers on appropriate policy compliance.
- Oversee implementation of security procedures and maintenance of security equipment.
- Responsible for the management of facilities including contract administration, room requests, overall facility security, grounds, janitorial and repairs, maintain and annually update inventory of church property; establish a schedule of replacing equipment.
- Responsible for the update and maintenance of the Church information technology infrastructure including telephone system, copiers, internet wiring, software purchasing, individual workstation setup and security procedures.
- Responsible for the communication and maintenance of all accounting and finance items including online giving, requisitions, monthly reports, payroll/tax and budget reporting.
- Develop and maintain regular reports and financial analysis in conjunction with finance department; stay informed of donor records, giving trends and patterns; provide regular information to the Sr. Pastor and Elders on the fiscal health of the Church.
- Responsible for the maintenance and administration of the Church’s proprietary membership system, Fellowship 1. Ensures the data integrity of all information stored in the system and functions as the Champions Coordinator.
- Responsible for the maintenance and administration of all human resources matters including benefits, insurance, recruiting, hiring, periodic review of wage and salary structures, personnel practices and employee handbook communication and enforcement.
- Oversee support staff including annual performance evaluations.
- Responsible for major management of construction projects; work with lead pastor to determine strategies for facility or property expansion; provide cost ramifications to operate proposed facility.
- Minimum of five years direct financial and administrative responsibility preferably in a church or nonprofit organization.
- Excellent organization, financial, analytical and writing skills.
- Proven ability to meet deadlines and multi task
- Commitment to overall Mission and Statement of Faith for New Life Fellowship.
- High level of computer proficiency and knowledge of technology and software utilized by churches.
EDUCATION and EXPERIENCE
- Bachelor degree in finance, accounting or business administration required.