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Capshaw Baptist Church
Madison, Alabama, United States
Date Posted: 05/21/2009
Categories: Executive Pastor
Denominations: Baptist --SBC
Church Size: 501 to 750
Job Type: Full-Time
Purpose The Executive Pastor will assist the Senior Pastor with the implementation of vision and spiritual direction of Capshaw Baptist Church, so that the Senior Pastor can continue his main responsibility of teaching, vision casting, and shepherding.
Accountable to the Senior Pastor. The executive pastor acts as administrator, catalyst, mentor, minister and overseer. The Executive Pastor leads the organization on a day-to-day basis. This allows the Pastor to articulate and provide overall guidance for the church’s vision (Coaching, Community and Commission) and to devote the time required in sermon and teaching preparation and continue to be the overall spiritual leader of Capshaw Baptist Church. In summary the Exec Pastor will 1) develop disciples through coaching, 2) deepen fellowship through community, and 3) direct ministry through commission
• Direct the hiring of administrative staff and also the formal procedure in dismissing or repositioning of staff.
• Handle personnel conflicts and troubleshoot program and ministry challenges.
• In cooperation with the Senior Pastor and the Ministry team, establish church policies and procedures that effectively facilitate the vision.
• Oversee the budget development, budget adherence, and cash flow in conjunction with the Stewardship Team
• Commit to the vision and become creatively involved in its development, articulation, and implementation.
• Develop the leadership structure of the church and oversee its effectiveness.
• Commit to mobilizing and coaching, so that the ministry remains in the hands of the people (Ephesians 4:12).
• Oversee Pastoral Staff in the areas of calendar and operations
• Assist in strategic development and design of their ministry areas
• Assist in professional development of ministry staff
• Oversee resolution of personnel issues with pastoral staff.
• Preach and teach Bible classes from time to time
• Manage the outreach and missions ministries
• Manage the small group program, groups, and leaders
• Promote the evangelistic purpose of small groups
• Develop leadership and set vision to enhance ministry
• Oversee the assimilation process
• Recruit, motivate, and train group leaders (one on one meetings, newsletters…)
• Provide help and support to leaders