The Executive Director of Church Administration must have experience and knowledge of non-profit accounting systems, campus and facility management, and daily operating procedures of the church computers, infrastructure, hardware, software and network and
ensure proper training of all the aforementioned related to day-to-day operations. Further, it is recommended that the Executive Director of Church Administration have knowledge of and working experience with using Church Management Software (ChMS) or the
willingness to complete the necessary training for this software.
The Executive Director of Church Administration must possess a working knowledge, and access to resources in the fields of non-profit personnel administration, equal rights and worker’s compensation law, benefits administration and tax accounting. Excellent
oral and written communication skills are required. In addition, he/she should have demonstrated experience in organization development methods, conflict resolution, vendor negotiation and personnel supervision.
The Executive Director of Church Administration must also agree with and by God's grace adhere to the Community of Hope Ministry Leader Ethos Statement which can be downloaded at communityofhope.church/ethos.