NSP is looking for campus ministry staff to bring Christ to millions of students.
Are you one of them?
There are over 50 million public school students in America today, and most of them still need to meet Jesus Christ. This year, we’re impacting schools in 4 major metropolitan areas, but we’re praying and preparing to make an even bigger impact.
In the next three years, we seek to give 1 million students in 12 major cities across the nation the opportunity to hear the gospel. We are looking for leaders who want to help make that happen.
About the National School Project
The National School Project is a rapidly growing ministry working to bring the good news of Jesus Christ to every high school in California, Illinois, and the nation. Our tagline – ’til every student has heard – is wide open and huge, and that’s how we operate. For the past 15 years, our team has been learning how to equip high school students as the leaders of a movement to reach the next generation for Christ, and we’ve seen amazing success. All glory to God, it’s been a wild ride and a thrilling place to work. Over the last few years, we started teams at 4 colleges and universities in Chicago, IL. Now, in addition to our home base in Southern California, we’re expanding through central California, Texas, Arizona, and the Midwest. In the coming years, we’ll be opening teams in several new states to coach students at hundreds of high schools to share the good news of Jesus Christ with their friends. Our growth is fueled by staff that love the gospel and are willing to trust God to raise the support to fund their positions (see more on that in our full job post).
The job of a Campus Ministry Staff is a big job because of our big mission. Each Campus Ministry Staff works to build a gospel movement that transforms lives at high schools and middle schools across a whole a region. Within this broad and challenging mission, this job has several clear roles:
- Evangelist: We’re a gospel-ministry and all members of our team – especially those in leadership – are involved in sharing Christ. In addition to personally sharing Christ, Chapter Directors are responsible to instill this value into every level of the team and coach others to do the same.
- Recruiter: We’re a volunteer-based ministry, always looking for good people to do their part to accelerate the mission before us. We believe that pretty much everyone we meet has some part to play in the mission, and we proactively make those connections.
- Leadership Coach: NSP is a leadership-development organization. Everything we accomplish is done through people, so we continually equip students, volunteers, and team leaders to fully develop all the talents that God has given them. Your role will be one of influence, teaching, and inspiration, helping those under your care to grow into the good works that God has prepared for them to walk in.
- Networker: Chapters are commissioned to reach schools across a geographic area. Surrounding each school is a Christian community of local churches and mature believers. You’ll work to build connections and partnerships with them, so that together you can reach the students in your areas of ministry.
- Shepherd: Leading a team of people sometimes comes with interpersonal challenges (and sometimes crises). We look for Chapter Directors ready to guide and instruct people with grace and truth in the power of the Spirit.
- Team Manager: Chapter Directors oversee part-time employees and volunteers, most of them college students. You’re responsible to ensure that all of them receive the training they need to be successful, and that they abide by NSP’s standards and protocols for ministry behavior.
To read our full job description, including job requirements and compensation model, and to apply, please visit https://nationalschoolproject.applytojob.com/apply/TOQMkJiMbj/Explore-Campus-Ministry-With-NSP
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This position exists to manage and coordinate the Children’s Ministry Program, which includes providing spiritual, social, educational and recreational training, and resources for children and youth who participate in Family Life Services residential and community outreach programs.
· Develop and direct spiritual ministry to children and youth, to include gospel presentations, Bible teaching, and scripture memory, taught in large group and small group formats.
· Develop and direct social and recreational activities and experiential learning.
· Develop and direct educational activities, which may include tutoring, life skills, art and music.
· In cooperation with other staff, train and supervise program volunteers and interns; ensure that all group activities have sufficient volunteers/staff for children present.
· Coordinate curricula and supervise volunteers for weekly and monthly program gatherings.
· Coordinate other child care as needed, as well as other planned activities.
· Monitor safety conditions of the third floor of the Main House and the outdoor playgrounds.
· Participate in weekly staff meetings and prayer times.
· Perform other duties as assigned.
· A minimum of 3 years of experience in child/youth care. One year minimum of leadership/supervisory experience with child/youth care.
· Willingness and experience and /or education in working with victims of trauma, abuse and family disruption.
· High school diploma required; college degree preferred.
· Willingness to maintain current First Aid/CPR certification.
· Demonstrates abilities, skills, experience, desire and gifting to carry out the responsibilities of this position.
· Ability to interact and communicate with parents regarding their children.
· Ability to establish appropriate boundaries with children, youth and parents.
· Ability to inspire and encourage children and youth involved in the programs.
· Ability to function well as a team member, and lead as needed.
· Ability to multi-task, coordinate timing, relational needs, preparation, study, telephone and direct contacts.
· Valid driver’s license.
· Be a committed mature Christian who demonstrates a personal relationship with Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord.
· Exhibit strong commitment and dedication to the mission of Family Life Services.
· Agree with and be able to uphold the Statement of Principle, Statement of Faith and policies of Family Life Services.
· Uphold FLS Core Values of hope, healing, honesty and hospitality.
· Professional appearance.
· Able to relate favorably, and win long-term confidence and trust.
· Enthusiastic, high level of energy, possesses genuine warmth and friendliness.
· Aware of personal strengths as well as shortcomings.
· Emotionally resilient; capable of handling pressure and rejection without inappropriate disappointment. Open to correction.
· Strong ability to understand different perspectives and viewpoints and to execute appropriate decisions.
· Flexible and comfortable in dealing with continual program change.
· Follows Biblical model of steward leadership to accomplish ministry and personal goals.
· Able to pass Colorado Bureau of Investigation and Federal Fingerprinting checks.
· Adheres to confidentiality guidelines.
· Must be able to lift and move boxes and other supplies, up to 30 pounds, including up and down stairs; must be physically able to participate in playground activities, and indoor/outdoor games.
Please submit a cover letter, resume, and three references to Tonya Lark, Operations Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Breakaway Ministries // Production Director Job Description
The role of the Production Director at Breakaway Ministries is to achieve the highest level of excellence in carrying out the mission of the ministry in all areas of production.
• Produce a weekly worship gathering for 2,000-8,000 college students meeting in the major venues on the campus of Texas A&M University (Kyle Field, Reed Arena, Olsen Field, and Rudder Auditorium)
• Oversee and lead all areas of production (staging, audio, video, and lighting)
• Coordinate and oversee the setup and tear down of the entire production setup (staging, audio, video, and lighting) every Tuesday night
• Rebuild Breakaway’s livestream experience and maximize its impact in the lives of hundreds of online viewers
• Enhance the quality and extend the reach of Breakaway’s podcast which is currently reaching thousands around the world
• Build strong relationships with production companies. Receive and evaluate bids, schedule companies, and sign and pay contracts as needed throughout the year
• Oversee, lead, and develop production related volunteer teams including Roadie and Media teams (41 students)
• Design stage, lighting, and audio layouts
• Work with Breakaway staff members to determine production needs for other Breakaway events (Breakaway Institute, volunteer events, donor events, etc.) and then oversee all aspects of production at these events
• Maintain, repair, and purchase Breakaway production equipment as needed
• Work closely with Breakaway staff to ensure weekly logistics and needs have been communicated with venues
• Passionate follower of Christ
• Strong character
• Team player
• Previous experience with live production for large events
• General knowledge of the operation, maintenance, and management of a wide variety of multi-media equipment including audio consoles, lighting, and digital video systems
• Clear and effective communication skills, both orally and in writing
• Effective leadership skills and proven experience
• Able to set deadlines and meet them
• Able to work in a fast-paced environment
ABOUT OUR CULTURE:
The Bridge Teen Center is an innovative, nationally-recognized nonprofit teen community center that provides FREE holistically-designed afterschool programs and events for 7th-12th grade students. We were founded on and are driven by our Christian principles; and we provide a fast-paced, family-like work environment.
Since 2010, we have served more than 7,300 different students from 128 neighboring communities. We host an average of 200-400 students per week, and offer over 350 different programs and events per year. We receive no government funding, raising our entire $850,000+ operating budget through a diverse base of private support.
The Director of Student Engagement and Operations reports directly to the Founder and Executive Director as the co-lead (alongside the Director of Programming) of the Program Team. This position is part of our leadership team, overseeing day-to-day operations of the organization, mentoring student leaders and interns, taking the lead on engaging new and existing students, and providing key support for programs and events. For a complete PDF version of the position description, please use the following link.
A Bachelor’s degree in a related field is required with a minimum of 5-10 years of relevant youth work experience, including 3+ years of experiencing leading a team. We are seeking someone with a genuine call to work with students long-term, not as a stepping stone. Must be passionate about loving and serving teenagers, with a strong desire to grow in that service outside the church walls. Applicants are asked to submit a resume and professional references to email@example.com. No phone calls or visits.
WILL SERVE AS THE LEAD ON:
1. Responsible for student engagement efforts, including tours for new prospective families, representing The Bridge in the community at outreach events, executing elements of the Student Retention Plan and Student Care Plan related to engaging student members, and consistently seeking creative and intentional ways to keep students plugged in (with support from the Marketing Department and Director of Programming).
2. Responsible for maintaining a consistent presence and fostering our welcoming and relational culture on the floor during afterschool hours. This includes having one weekly scheduled day to personally lead the floor. Afterschool hours are on T, W, Th; with daily attendance varying from 25-100 depending on semester and program schedule.
3. Oversight of the LeadU leadership program series, including conducting programs, review and updating of content, group scheduling and school relations, participant follow-up, and set-up (reaches 500+ students annually).
4. Provide leadership support and creative input to the Director of Programming in planning and execution of program events, including weekly Friday nights and 3 annual Signature Events. Will serve as lead on annual summer “Guys Night In” event. Signature events attract an average of 125-175 students.
5. Ongoing leadership of program interns and summer staff, including required human resources elements (in partnership with the Volunteer Coordinator), day-to-day management, and training (with support from Director of Programming).
6. Ownership of the Student Ambassador program, a small group of hand-selected high school students who assist with programs, events, and outreach opportunities. Includes recruitment, ongoing training and development, relationship building, scheduling, and management of the related scholarship program.
7. Responsible for day-to-day operations of the facility, including open and closing procedures, communicating required maintenance needs, and performing basic tasks related to keeping the facility efficient and operational.
RESPONSIBILITIES AS A TEAM MEMBER INCLUDE:
1. Regularly pray for the organization, our students, leadership, volunteers, and our community as a whole.
2. Keep students “top of mind” – striving to consistently build relationships and challenge student growth.
3. Prior to opening our doors for students, make sure we are set-up for success and ready to provide students with a meaningful and thoughtful experience each day.
4. Provide support to the Director of Programming in the execution of our multi-tiered Student Care Plan, including actively participating in and following intake procedures as required (including parent consultations), and ongoing contact with parents and students as required.
5. Build relationships with a wide variety of volunteers, actively seeking “teachable moments” as it relates to connecting with students, leading students, and correcting/modifying behavior.
6. As one of our leaders, actively participate in and help “drive” Program Team Meetings, Gladiator Meetings, and Monday AM Prayer Meetings.
7. Support The Bridge’s annual service events and fundraising events as assigned.
8. Will work 2-3 Friday nights per month (3-11PM; scheduled in advance each semester).
9. Other duties as assigned by the Executive Director.
1. A heart that is committed to pouring into the lives of teenagers.
2. True passion for the concept and mission of The Bridge Teen Center.
3. A natural ability to speak publicly and engage teens, parents and other adults.
4. A desire to be part of an entity that brings community together.
5. A heart for meeting people where they are at, not where we want them to be.
6. Heart for building/developing leaderships skills in others.
7. Strong organization and time management skills.
8. Strong and positive communication skills – both verbal and non-verbal.
9. Ability to lead, motivate and encourage others.
10. Outgoing, high energy, excited to come to work.
11. Ability to be a forward thinker, think outside the box, and not rest in routine.
12. Outwardly-focused and team-oriented mentalities.
13. Willingness to go the extra mile and work hard at completing all tasks with excellence.
14. Ability to seek solutions and clearly communicate issues before they become problems.
15. Friendly, responsive and patient approach.
16. Ability to develop authentic relationships with a wide variety of audiences.
17. Personal and professional integrity (even in social and online settings).
18. Sense of humor.
Candidates selected to move forward in our process will take a personality survey, be asked for personal and professional references, and participate in multiple interviews with staff and leadership.
Competitive compensation package based on experience. Package includes employer-paid health benefits (for employee only, with option to purchase family benefits at cost), a retirement plan (IRA that is employer-matched up to 3%), plus a generous paid time off package (total of 18 days, excluding holidays The Bridge is closed).