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Lead, Youth Ministry (Future Campus)

Sandals Church is rapidly growing in size and reach as we continue to open more places for people to become real with themselves, God and others.  Because of this growth, we are looking for people who are interested in joining our team as future campus positions become available. While these positions are not open at the moment, we know we will need to hire people quickly as soon as a new location is secured.

 

THE ROLE

Create environments, events and experiences that help students build relationships with each other, their leaders and the church.

 

SOME KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Execute the network vision and strategies for youth ministry.
  • Own the new student experience, environments and follow-up.
  • Plan and execute local youth events, including marketing to parents and students in the community to draw in unchurched students.
  • Invest in students and leaders to help them grow in being real with themselves, God and others.
  • Host and speak during the main service as needed.
  • Stay connected with the network Youth Director to report the campus’ performance and stay aligned with the vision and strategies that have been created.
  • Build and equip a team of student and adult volunteers to do what you do.

 

WE’RE LOOKING FOR SOMEONE WHO IS

  • Knowledgeable in student ministries and loves teenagers
  • A naturally charismatic leader who is exceptionally organized with an administrative mind
  • Willing to take initiative and get things done
  • Experienced and successful in recruiting and motivating adults and students to be part of your team
  • A team player who loves to collaborate
  • Detail orientated with the capacity to see the big picture

 

YOU’RE OUR IDEAL CANDIDATE IF YOU

  • Love to schedule, plot and plan and are known as a master time manager
  • Have the ability to inspire people and keep a group motivated
  • Can multitask with a smile
  • Are highly competitive (and are good at dodgeball)
  • Can make us laugh
  • Create environments, events and experiences that help students build relationships with each other, their leaders and the church.
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