The Communications Director will lead in setting the direction as well as the strategic implementation of all internal and external communications, advertising, and marketing to consistently articulate, enable and fulfill Rockpoint’s mission and vision.
The Communications Director also provides creative counsel and direction for various ministries of the church as they organize and produce various events and services. The Communications Director oversees church social media strategy, web presence, public
relations, promotion, advertising, media relations, as well as church news and information.
THE DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR
INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT NECESSARILY LIMITED TO:
•Own & Manage Rockpoint’s brand / identity and Communications strategy
•Lead Graphic Designer
•Manage Rockpoint Social Media, Advertising, Website and Rockpoint App
•Develop & Manage Church High Quality Photography and Videos
•Approve all visual communication (i.e. bulletin graphics, events graphics, posters,
•Serve with Senior Pastor and Worship Pastor to align creative and communications work
•Partner with ministries, meeting with them and creating communications plans to mobilize their specific audiences to respond
•Provide management and leadership for Communications team
•Digital Communications Specialist
•Oversee Production for Announcements, Stories and Special videos
•Collect and tell stories to be shared on Sunday mornings, on social media, email, etc.
•Stories can be video or live on Sunday mornings.
•If live, the Communications Director works with those involved to prepare for Sunday.
•Remain loyal to the entire staff by working in unity toward the overall vision and strategy
•Fulfill staff duties with regard to all-church events that may include but are not limited to, season events (Christmas, Easter, etc.), service projects, church-wide series, etc.
•Attend weekly staff meetings
•BA or BS degree in communications/design related field, and experience in ministry
•3-5 years experience as Communications or Creative Director in church setting (or similar)
•Relational Leader: Friendly, approachable, humble
•Communicator: Ability to communicate God’s Word with accuracy, authority, love, and relevance
•Carrier and advocate for Rockpoint Mission, Vision, & Values.
•Personal Integrity: Make solid decisions based on biblical values & leadership council
•Disciple: Devoted to following and growing in Christ.
•Conflict Resolver: Able to handle conflict, ministry misalignment or sin issues.
Identify and solve problems
•Emotionally Healthy: No concerning issues personally or within the family
•Highly organized: Able to meet deadlines
•Time Manager: Able to prioritize; is intrinsically motivated; meet deadlines
•Self Aware: Manages own weaknesses and focuses on own strengths
•Leadership and Project Manager
•Creative Expertise & Abilities (Graphic Design, Web, etc.)
HOURS & PAY
•Full-time Exempt Employee
•Salary will commensurate with experience based on fair market value of position
In order to get to know you better, please provide a comprehensive resume/CV. When writing the resume/CV, substance is of more interest than brevity. Give enough information so that the breadth of your ministry experience is understood.
When describing your work as a church staff member it would be helpful to know the total membership of the church, the worship style of the church, the size of the staff, where you were on the organization chart, your direct reports, etc.
If you are in a para-church organization or non-profit, be very specific about your involvement and
experience in a local church. While humility is appreciated, it is important for us to know the breadth and depth of your involvement and how God has used you in the life of the local church.
As we progress through our careers, most of us have changed jobs and/or employers several times. For each job change, be sure to include why you moved from that position to your next.
Please include some information about your family and your love for the local church.
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