Chapel Hill Bible Church

Lead Administrative Assistant

Chapel Hill Bible Church
Chapel Hill, North Carolina, United States

Date Posted: 07/21/2017
Categories: Business/Administration - Church Staff - Secretarial/Office
Denominations: Non-Denominational
Church Size: 751 to 1000
Job Type: Full-Time

Job Description:

This role will include serving as an administrative assistant for the Church Administrator and at least one other senior staff member, and providing supervision to the rest of the administrative assistant team. Admins provide clerical, organizational, planning, technical, research, and information management support to the staff and ministries of CHBC. We are passionate about the gospel, dedicated to teamwork, and enjoy our work.


The successful applicant will demonstrate via resume, cover letter, interview, and references, the following characteristics:

  • Growing relationship with Jesus Christ; understanding of the centrality of the gospel; willingness to become a member of CHBC or a regular attender
  • Computer proficiency, including MS Office and Apple OS software (iWork programs), email
  • Ability to master web-based systems used at CHBC, including Planning Center Online, Google docs, Basecamp3, and web authorizing software (training provided)
  • Demonstrated excellent communication, organization, time-management abilities; excellent English grammar and written expression
  • Creativity, learner, self-developer
  • High tolerance for interruptions and unscheduled interactions
  • Friendly, outgoing, helpful attitude that represents CHBC and our staff well
  • Professional, mature, and flexible; appropriate sense of urgency about tasks, projects, and outcomes; pace-setter with colleagues
  • Ability to deal sensitively with confidential information
  • Ability to manage deadlines for multiple projects and pastors/ministers/ministries
  • Good work habits including punctuality, proactivity, good judgment and good decision-making, task-oriented, excellence, organization, time management, deadline management, delegation and follow-through
  • Ability to supervise other administrative staff, including assigning projects and areas of responsibility, delegating tasks, coaching and training in skills, knowledge, and attitude, evaluating performance and outcomes
  • Familiar with the unique needs and challenges of churches and/or other religious nonprofits
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