First Church Coral Springs
Church Business Administrator
Description of Position
The Business Administrator is a full-time member of the First Church office staff, reporting to the Senior Pastor. The areas of responsibilities of the Business Administrator include…
- Office Management
- Financial Management
- Facilities Management
- Responsibility for the overall professional operations of the church
Primary responsibilities and duties
- Support the pastors, staff, leaders and members of First Church in the fulfillment of our mission, vision, and priorities
- Maintain highest professional standards in all areas of responsibility
- Maintain high standards of organization, policy, and appropriate segregation of duties
- Supervision of the Administrative Assistant, Director of Communications, Book Keeper, and custodial staff
- Attend weekly Staff and monthly Trustees, Finance, and Church Council meetings as non-voting member
- Office Management, including…
- Day-to-day management of church operations
- All government and denominational reporting
- Maintain storage and backup of all data, records, and information
- Conduct background checks for new staff, volunteers and drivers
- Ordering of office materials and supplies
- Monthly budget updates for staff and ministry leaders
- Maintain church management software
- Oversee the purchase, lease, maintenance of office equipment
- Maintain calendar of church activities
- Maintain personnel files for direct reports
- Financial Management, including…
- Track and report all financial contributions, including designated giving
- Manage all church accounts and credit cards
- Prepare annual budget, with input from staff and leadership
- Serve as primary business contact with banks and other financial institutions
- Monthly analysis and reconciliation of bank accounts
- Reconcile balance sheet accounts monthly
- Reconcile checking accounts monthly
- Process any errors or returned checks
- Review bank reconciliation, monthly, with Finance Chair/Committee
- Perform and provide monthly Cash flow Analysis
- Analyze and recommend options for investment of church finances
- Process quarterly and year-end giving statements
- Staff support for the Finance Committee by providing…
- Monthly cash and operating budget reports
- Reporting on issues in need of resolution, as well as possible options
- Reporting on budget concerns
- Facilities Management, including…
- Maintain facility calendar
- Coordinate with all groups utilizing church facilities
- Schedule weddings and funerals, and schedule First Church personnel
- Maintain fee schedule for facility use by outside groups
- Oversee high standard of safety, cleanliness, and overall attractiveness of properties
- Coordinate repairs, as needed
- Negotiate contracts, in coordination with Trustees
- Assign daily maintenance tasks to custodial staff
- Staff support for the Trustees, by providing…
- Current status of Trustees budget, including expenses and available resources
- Assistance in obtaining bids and proposals for projects and repairs
- Information regarding Property Insurance
- On-site coordination of vendors, repairs, and capital projects, with Trustees
Other tasks and duties as assigned by the Senior Pastor.
If you are interested, please send a resume with a letter of interest to our Senior Pastor, Vance Rains at email@example.com
Christ Church UM, Ft. Lauderdale Camp Counselors
If you are interested please apply here: https://www.christchurchfl.org/connect/crosswalk-children-s-test/child-care-and-camps/counselor-application
Part-Time Church Accountant
Village United Methodist Church is searching for a part-time Accounting Clerk to perform clerical duties and ensure the accuracy of financial records for both church and school. The successful candidate will be responsible for reconciling accounts payable and receivable accounts, balancing department budgets, invoicing clients, ensuring prompt payment of invoices and developing, complete Conference mandated statistical reports and maintaining a comprehensive financial filing system for our church and school. The position pays $500.00 bi-weekly.
Accounting Clerk qualifications and skills:
- Associate Degree in Accounting required (Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting preferred)
- Strong knowledge of MS Office and QuickBooks
- Excellent communication and administrative skills
- Exceptional organization and time management skills
- Ability to meet all assigned deadlines
- Experience with bank reconciliation and tracking credit card transactions
- Knowledge of and experience with The United Methodist Financial Policies and Procedures
Please apply in writing with CV to SPPRC, Village UMC, 1001 SW 71st. Ave., North Lauderdale, FL 33068. Job description details will be made available upon request at the church office. The application period will close on November 5th, 2018 at 4:00 pm.
PURPOSE: Works with the Pastor and worship planning team to lead the congregation in an authentic spirit of worship to our triune God.
- Collaborate with worship leaders to provide appropriate organ/piano music for 10AM Sunday morning worship. Sunday service generally includes but not limited to: Gathering Music, Prelude, Hymns/Songs (selected by the choir director, Pastor or through collaboration), Choral Anthems/Special Music, Offertory, Communion, Postlude
- Rehearse once per week with the choir and occasionally with other ensembles or soloists, if needed. Rehearsals are typically on Thursdays,
- Choral groups include mass choir, youth choir, praise/gospel choir and male ensemble.
- Meet as needed with the worship planning team to plan and prepare for worship services and other events.
- Additional services and events that are part of base pay may include choir concerts, recitals, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, Easter Sunrise service, Advent/Christmas services. These additional rehearsals, services/events are scheduled with the worship planning team.
- Provide for qualified substitutes for all absences.
- Provide accompaniment for funerals, memorial services, and weddings as needed.
- Possess solid musical skills on the organ and/or piano with ability to read music.
- Strong team player with good sense of humor and positive attitude
- Able to work well, and interact with choral groups, staff and congregation
- Committed to the church's vision, mission, leadership, and people.
- Relevant experience in same or similar role in church setting
Please email response, including salary requirements, to firstname.lastname@example.org
First UMC - Boca Raton
Director of Family Ministry
Ministry Purpose: The Director of Family Ministry (DFM) at First United Methodist Church of Boca Raton, FL, is a dynamic, high-profile leadership position newly created to coordinate all programs for the upcoming generation, from infants and children through high school youth. This position will provide family ministry to both campuses of our church. Our church's approach to family ministry is dependent on the commitment of both parents and volunteers. As such, the DFM will be an inspiring and passionate leader to all generations. They need to be able to recruit, coordinate, and empower volunteers to execute programs formulated by the pastors, the DFM, and the support of a volunteer Family Ministries Team made up of committed members of the congregation. As appropriate, and time permitting, the DFM will also directly teach children and youth. Working closely with the pastors and the Family Ministries Team, the DFM will develop, oversee, and manage all programs for children and youth—including, but not limited to, nursery management, children's church/Sunday School, Confirmation Classes, Sprouts (Mommy and me), Parents Morning Out, youth mission trips, fund raisers, and seasonal events like the Easter Egg Hunt, Vacation Bible School, Pumpkin Patch, and Christmas programs.
Responsible to: Senior Pastor for day-to-day operations, and Staff Parish Relations Committee for evaluation and communication of concerns related to the performance of the position
Classification: Full Time, Exempt
Salary: Negotiable with experience, plus healthcare benefits
Core responsibilities in addition to specific programs mentioned above:
- In partnership with the pastors and Family Ministries Team, develop a Children's and Youth Ministry strategic plan that supports the mission and vision of FUMC Boca Raton to challenge children and youth to grow in their spiritual and social development.
- Create specific and measurable goals to engage with families to encourage full participation in the church for all family members, both children and adults, to create an environment that welcomes new families to connect and engage with FUMC.
- Attend weekly staff meetings.
- Participate in the preparation and development of the budget for the Children's and Youth Ministry.
- Work with FUMC staff to communicate and publish activities through newsletters, bulletins, and social media so that pastors, congregation, and church council are looped in on regular progress and attendance of Children's and Youth Ministry.
- Prepare a brief monthly report for the church Leadership Council.
- Create and manage protocols that assure that all volunteers and staff working with children and youth have successfully passed a background check and are trained to understand the FUMC Children and Youth Protection Policy.
A degree or background in a relevant field of study, and/or at least five years of church or faith-based experience in a related position working with children and/or youth
A passion for people of all ages with the particular ability to inspire adults (both parents and non-parents of all ages) to volunteer to support child and youth programs
An understanding of child development and skill levels, and proven ability to teach and communicate with children and youth
Familiar with or willing to learn the United Methodist Church doctrine/discipline
Spiritual maturity and high moral and ethical conduct
Proven organizational, teaching, administration, and computer/technology skills
Strong written and verbal communication skills
Terms of Employment
A criminal background check will be required.
A minimum of three professional references
Probationary period will be 90 days.
If you are interested, please send a resume with a letter of interest to our Church Business Administrator, Sharon Saige at email@example.com
Kendall UMC - Miami
Church Kitchen Coordinator/Cook
Overview: The Kitchen Coordinator shall be responsible for overseeing the Kitchen Ministry, a ministry of hospitality at Kendall United Methodist Church. In addition he/she will plan and supervise the preparation for the weekly Wednesday Night Dinners and other scheduled events.
Major Duties and Responsibilities:
- Oversees the Kitchen Ministry at KUMC.
- Plan, prepare and serve meals for Wednesday Night Dinners and other scheduled events. Serving the meals should start at 5:30 and end by 7PM. In Addition, provide, prepare and serve 4 meals during the year on Sunday morning after service.
- Wednesday night Dinners menu will announced in our website two weeks in advance.
- Perform other duties as may be reasonably assigned or requested by the pastor.
- Assess and report on the condition, maintenance and cleanliness of the kitchen and its equipment meet the required sanitary standards.
- Ensure that deep cleaning quarterly throughout the year.
- Recommend the purchase of tools and equipment needed to operate the kitchen to the Office manager.
- Maintain an inventory of food stuffs and supplies.
- Complete grocery shopping to fulfill kitchen service commitments.
- Recruit volunteers and develop their talents in this ministry of hospitality.
- Coordinates activities and work cooperatively with the volunteer kitchen staff.
- Notifies and arranges coverage for time off during scheduled and holiday events.
- Leftover food should be packaged and given to our Mission coordinators for our home bound and needy.
- Training in institutional food preparation or equivalent experience. Three to five years of administrative executive support, preferably in a church environment.
- Must embrace Christian discipline and United Methodist doctrine and theology.
- Must have excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills.
- Must be a conscientious worker, capable of working with a minimum of supervision.
- Must have the knowledge, experience, and physical ability necessary to operate food service equipment.
- Must be friendly and flexible.
Position Summary: The position of the Kitchen Coordinator requires self-motivation, accountability for time, expenses, and integrity. It involves the planning, preparation and providing of meals in an atmosphere of hospitality. In addition, the Coordinator should assure that kitchen maintenance, cleaning and repairs be done on a regular basis.
NOTE: Every KUMC employee must pass appropriate background screenings and if applicable, random drug screening may also be required.
If you are interested, please contact Rev. Ruben Velasco by email at firstname.lastname@example.org; Or calling: (305) 667-0343 ext.114