RCKids Director Job Description & Expectations
RiverCross Fellowship’s RCKids Director has a love for God, a passion for Jesus and consistently pursues the counsel of the Holy Spirit. This ministry Director is committed to embody the mission of the church; seeking to be a disciple who makes disciples.
S/he has a warm personality that connects well with children and their parents, and is passionate to see both children and parents grow in their faith. S/he demonstrates commitment to all aspects of RCF’s strategy for making disciples: Together we LOVE and
LEARN to LIVE like Jesus.
The RCKids Director reports to the Lead Pastor of RiverCross and is responsible for:
- providing leadership, administration, and development of the RCKids ministry
- recruiting, training, shepherding, and leading the RCKids Team of volunteer leaders
- all aspects of the Sunday morning RCKids program
- Lead spiritually (by example) in all situations.
- Create a warm, loving, safe environment in which children ages 3 yrs. - 5th grade can learn about God and begin to develop a meaningful relationship with Jesus.
- Develop a program in which children can learn basic Christian truths and a healthy, fun attitude towards church.
- Oversee all aspects of the RCKids ministry, including development of a strategy for reaching new children and families, selection and development of curriculum, recruiting, training, scheduling, and leading volunteers.
- Be a source of spiritual support and counsel to children, families, volunteers and staff.
- Maintain licensing requirements.
- Develop and administer RCKids budget.
- Attend and participate in regular staff meetings and occasional Lead Team meetings.
- Other ministries as needed by the church and assigned by the Lead Pastor or Lead Team
- Vital and growing relationship with Jesus as evidenced by attitudes and behaviors.
- Passionate love for the church and a solid commitment to the authority of Scripture
- Member of RiverCross and committed to all aspects of the Membership Covenant
- Regular participation in a Life Group
- Excellent communication, time management, organizational, and strong leadership skills
- Proven record of developing both individuals and teams of volunteers
- Ability to maintain confidentiality and properly handle sensitive personal information
- Flexible team player
We anticipate that these tasks can be accomplished in an average of 15-20 hours per week.