The Pastoral Administrator is responsible for the business and administrative affairs of the church in a dynamic and fluid ministry environment. An ideal candidate must be a team focused self-starter who defines success collectively, not individually.
Candidates should be self-driven, motivated and diligent, constantly thinking about the next step and the next opportunity. The Pastoral Administrator will deal heavily in volunteer management and so should know what is happening in a group situation and how
to deal with others in the most effective way. They should have good judgment and intuition around the subtleties of group dynamics and the impact of their words and actions. The Pastoral Administrator will receive guidance from and report daily to the Lead
Walk closely with Christ, living in a manner consistent with a pastoral calling (1 Tim 3:1-7).
- Alleviate administrative tasks from the lead pastor, freeing him to focus primarily on preaching, vision-casting, and pastoral care.
- Direct the daily administrative operation of the church office.
- Assist with maintenance and remodel building programs.
- Provide administrative support for personnel programs and records
- Direct the maintenance and housekeeping programs of the church.
- Coordinate events and volunteers; oversee the success of volunteers and church-wide events.
- Act as safety and security officer of the church. Annually review insurance requirements. Inspect the church to insure a safe and secure environment.
- Maintain and annually update the inventory of all church property. Establish a schedule of replacement, upgrade, or addition of equipment as needed.
- Act as transportation officer of the church. Maintain transportation assets, and make recommendations for repair or replacement.
- Coordinate the preparation of and oversee the annual budget. Oversee the receipt and expenditures of church funds in keeping with the annual budget.
- Maintain a financial record system for the church and direct its operation.
- Establish and coordinate disposition of benevolence requests and funds.
- Coordinate general church media and publicity productions.
- Coordinate and provide administrative leadership to assigned committees and ministry organizations.
- Other duties as assigned by the lead pastor.
- Conduct periodic internal and external audits. Oversee outside audits as requested by the Elders Counsel.