Student Ministry Coordinator at Greenwood Community Church
Greenwood Village, CO
About the job
Greenwood is a 30-Year-old faith community that has a legacy of commitment to the Gospel, loving our city, and a commitment to emerging generations. We are located in the suburbs of one of the fastest-growing cities in the country, and we give access to amazing recreation opportunities!
The Student Ministry Coordinator participates in setting the vision and strategic leadership to our Student Ministry consistent with Greenwood’s Mission, Vision, and Values. The coordinator will assist in carrying out leadership, teaching & program structures as designed by the Student Ministry team. Our Student Ministry is expected to value parents as the primary spiritual influence over their children; adult leaders are recruited and equipped to shepherd the students. The youth are encouraged to integrate into the life and ministry of the larger congregation.
Pursues God: has a passionate, thriving relationship with God, nurtured through worship, Bible study, and serving others. Actively live the principles of up, in, and out.
Servant Leader: exhibits a strategic, confident, humble leadership style. Authentically acknowledges imperfections, limitations, weaknesses, and dependence on the Spirit. Desires to improve, seeks feedback, and does not blame others in the face of failure and mistakes.
Generous: gives of time, resources, and talents. Demonstrates obedience and trust in God through giving to the church.
Holiness: lives a life of Biblical, Spirit-led obedience. Maintains Christ-honoring, healthy relationships, and behaviors. Seeks accountability and mentoring in all areas of life.
Enthusiasm: displays a positive, playful, fruit of the Spirit's presence. Is high-energy, proactive, and contagious in leading. Creates a joyful, welcoming environment.
Relational: builds teams and works collaboratively with staff and volunteers. Maintains healthy, effective, positive relationships.
Conflict: brings resolution to conflicts through biblical principles (Matthew 5 and Matthew18). Submits to authority. Does not triangulate; goes directly to someone when out of accord. Does not harbor grudges or bitterness. Applies the principles of James 1:19 in relationships.
Trust: believes the best in others. Is authentic, speaking the truth in love, is trustworthy, and extends trust to others.
Ability to effectively lead, teach and shepherd youth with high energy and impact.
Ability to communicate with parents and adults.
Strategic thinking and organizational ability in communicating, planning events, and tracking attendance.
Ability to supervise, lead and shepherd youth staff.
Creatively pursues teaching methods for youth.
Ability to recruit, equip and inspire leadership teams.
Discernment in establishing healthy boundaries for staff and leaders interacting with youth.
Actively pursues feedback from students, parents, ministry volunteers, and congregation.