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Lead, Youth Ministry


Create environments, events and experiences that connect students to each other and to leaders.


  • Build an Effective Leadership Team
    • Identify and recruit high-capacity leaders.
    • Equip, train, and empower leaders to own a role.
    • Continually encourage, motivate, and care for leaders.
    • Responsible for building and leading a team to set up and tear down all youth’s environments. 
  • Produce Excellent Midweek Experiences
    • Intentionally create an environment and experience that is focused on the main point, memorable, and programmed to be the best two hours of a student’s week.
    • Welcome new students and follow up effectively later in the week.
    • Ensure the right students get in the right groups, led by the right leader 
    • Able to effectively engage in spiritual conversations with parents and youth
  • Lead strong on the weekends
    • Collaborate with campus staff to create a strong weekend presence.
    • Support other ministry areas by recruiting and developing students for their ministry.
    • Direct students to next steps, including groups on Wednesday nights, serving on the weekends, and attending outreach events.
    • Host (and speak) during the main service as needed


  • Knowledgeable in student ministries and loves teenagers
  • Experienced in developing and motivating adults and students to become leaders
  • Awesome at communicating and relating to others, especially teens and their parents
  • Building a relational youth ministry team
  • Skilled at recruiting, training, and leading adult volunteers and student leaders
  • Organized and can oversee weekly student worship experiences that includes many technical components
  • Detail orientated with the capacity to see the big picture
  • Willing to take initiative and get things done
  • A team player who collaborates with all ministries during weekend experiences


  • Can text 50 words a minute and enjoys spending hours each day on social media
  • Are highly competitive (and are good at dodgeball)
  • Can name the current top five most popular songs, movies, and television shows
  • Make us laugh
  • Have the ability to inspire people and keep a group motivated
  • Desire to excel in a multi-site, centrally driven youth ministry model
  • Have a calm face that masks a brain working at warp speeds
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