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Thank you for your interest in staff opportunities at Grace Church. To be placed in a staff role at Grace Church, you must be (or be willing to become) a member of the Covenant Community. If you're interested in applying, email your cover letter and resume directly to the Beth Bertino. The cover letter should include the position for which you are applying, specific reasons you are interested in the role and how your experience qualifies you for the position. We are unable to accept resumes that are not submitted for a specific open role.

Open Positions at Grace

Title: Director, Prayer & Discipleship
Area: Prayer & Discipleship Supervisor: Pastor, Prayer & Discipleship, Central Support
FLSA: Exempt Job Band: Blue

Purpose of the Job

The Director of Prayer & Discipleship is primarily responsible for project management support for this ministry, including timeline development, budget, task assignments and supporting leadership development. This central support role is key for overseeing projects, events and resources needed for a central support team serving several campuses. This position will also provide administrative support for the Pastor of Prayer & Discipleship.

Essential Job Responsibilities

Supervise Projects

  • Receive project requests and develop implementation map for all Prayer and Discipleship ministry including events, volunteer serving opportunities, classes and special projects

  • Determine and track timelines for key projects

  • Manage project evaluations including surveys, budget results, and team debriefs

  • Provide task assignments to volunteers and team members

  • Identify and track budget and resources needed for projects

  • Troubleshoot projects off budget or off schedule

  • Ensure consistency of established process for all projects

  • Partner with Communications team to create and implement communication plans and promotions

  • Ensure updated record keeping and database tracking of volunteers and participants

Central Support and Leadership Development

  • Assist Pastor of Prayer & Discipleship with database management, room scheduling, communications and other administrative support

  • Assist with the leadership development processes, including apprenticing at all levels of volunteer leadership development for multiplication

Requirements

  • High School Diploma Required. Bachelor’s Degree in Business or related field preferred

  • Proven experience in the following areas of skill:

    • 1-5 years of project management experience

    • Estimating and establishing budgets for various deliverables

    • Developing and leading teams

    • Computer literacy, including Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Publisher and ability to learn new systems used by Grace Church (database management and scheduling software)

    • Ability to establish and meet deadlines

    • High capacity for details in fast-paced, always changing environment

    • Able to manage multiple projects simultaneously

    • Ability to work with volunteers in coordinating projects

Desired Gifts

  • Administration

  • Helps

  • Leadership

  • Encouragement

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Title: Director of High School Groups (Young Women)
Area: Student Ministries Supervisor: Assoc. Pastor of Student Ministries
FLSA: Exempt

Purpose of the Job

The Director of High School Groups (Young Women) is primarily responsible for the leadership and shepherding of volunteers and students in the high school young women’s small groups while also contributing to the overall direction, leadership, support, and implementation of campus and central support Student Ministries’ plans and objectives.

Essential Job Responsibilities

Oversee Young Women’s Small Groups

  • Recruit, develop, shepherd and support adult, female leaders for the volunteer roles within Student Ministries

  • Shepherd and engage students

  • Provide care and direction to students, volunteers, and families as requested

Overall High School Ministry Programming

  • Facilitate the communication, promotion, and support of High School Ministry programming

  • Provide and distribute all relevant materials, information, and directives to volunteers

  • Recruit, develop, shepherd, and support volunteers in other High School Ministry roles

  • Assist in the implementation and execution of the weekly programming

  • Participate in the High School Ministry Central Support Integration meetings and activities

  • Participate in any campus-specific design of weekly programming or other events as assigned

Care to High School Students and Leaders

  • Champion issues directly affecting leaders and students

  • Respond to conflict and provide counsel when needed

  • Create and encourage opportunities for growth for students and their leaders

  • Offer tools & resources to those seeking development and direction

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Leadership, Education or Ministry preferred

  • 2-5 years of progressively responsible education, student development or ministry experience

  • Proven experience in the following areas:

    • Ability to engage, shepherd, and lead students

    • Ability to effectively recruit, envision, counsel and lead adult volunteers

    • Willingness to move into the brokenness of students, parents, and families with care, compassion, wise counsel, and resources

    • Ability to adapt and learn new technology, computer programs, and equipment

    • Contributive team player

    • Proven time manager

Desired Gifts

  • Leadership

  • Shepherding

  • Administration

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Grace Church Internships

To learn more about the Summer and/or Year-Long Internship Programs, visit the Center for Church Leadership page of our website.
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Urban Ministry Internships

Shepherd Community Center is a compassionate ministry on the near-eastside of Indianapolis that cultivates healthier children, stronger families and a safer neighborhood. Their mission is to break the cycle of poverty in the second generation by becoming part of both parents’ and children’s lives. The Heart of the City Summer Intern Project is designed to offer young, emerging leaders a dynamic hands-on ministry experience in the urban culture. Interns are immersed in ministry with children and teens by teaching day camps, mentoring high school students, helping with evangelistic outreaches and work projects.
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