New Community Church :: www.nccinwexford.org


Full-Time Position: Associate Director of Student Ministries


The Mission of New Community Church

We exist to MAKE DISCIPLES who LIVE and LOVE like Jesus who KNOW Him, GROW up in Him, and GO out for Him.



As part of our Family and Student ministry teams, Associate Director of Student Ministries is charged to pastor, teach and lead female middle and high school students, their parents, and the volunteers that serve in those ministries.  This person would embrace New Community’s mission of becoming a disciple and making disciples of Jesus Christ.  You would join a staff team that values communication, collaboration, and going the extra mile.



  • A female who is passionate about Jesus and Students (6th – 12th Grade)
  • Excited to contribute to and collaborate with our Family Ministry Team
  • A Bachelor’s Degree
  • Full-time Youth Ministry experience preferred


Primary Responsibilities:

  1. Lead, pastor and disciple 6th – 12th grade female students, student leaders, and volunteers under the leadership of the Director of Student Ministries
  2. Develop, prepare, and teach in various student ministry settings (e.g., Bible Study, Weekly Program, Sunday Class For Middle School)
  3. Schedule opportunities to build relationships with students and their parents in settings outside of our weekly programs
  4. Serve as a member of the Family Ministry Team
  5. Attend our student camps and mission trips


What you have just read is a condensed job description.

For the more detailed description please send your resume to jobs@nccinwexford.org and we will follow-up shortly with the detailed description and next steps.

Thank you and we are excited to get to know you as you get to know us!


Grace and Peace,


Rev. Dr. Adam Jackley, Associate Pastor, New Community Church

Joel Friend, Director of Student Ministry, New Community Church



God’s favor has clearly been upon Windwood providing us fifty-seven acres on which to support many ministries and events both within our faith community as well as the from the greater NW Houston area. We are looking with great anticipation for God to lead the right person to answer His call to help love and lead our youth in the adventure of the Christian faith. The gym, youth building, café, disc golf course, soccer & softball fields provide many opportunities to engage our students as well as many who do not have a Youth ministry, they call home.

Windwood worships about 350 per Sunday with a membership of just over 1000. Windwood Youth average participations; Sunday mornings 45 (Sr. High 30, Jr. High 15), Sunday p.m., Sr. High 20. Wednesday night, Sr. High 15-20, Jr. High 15-20 (Wed. nights)

The full-time Youth Director we are seeking will be a devoted follower of Christ Jesus, gifted in connecting with and teaching of High School & Junior High students.  Windwood has a committed team of lay-leaders with passion for Jesus and our students already serving and ready to come alongside the right person.

Some of the Youth Director’s responsibilities include teaching, preaching and sharing Christ to and with our youth on Sundays and Wednesdays; planning and implementing youth retreats and mission trips along with and under the guidance of our experienced staff. Connecting with students not only on our turf but theirs as well via school events and gatherings is of great value. Fun is a big part of youth ministry, but not merely for the sake of numbers, for it is easy to mistake participation for transformation.

Our denominational affiliation is with ECO, A Covenant Order of Evangelical Presbyterians whose mission it is to “build flourishing churches that make disciples of Jesus Christ.”  We believe God is doing a new thing within this movement and our faith community.  This is an exciting time to join our team.

Compensation will range from $38-$48 K plus benefits, depending on gifting, experience and education. Health insurance is paid by Windwood for the Youth Director with the option of purchase by him/her for spouse and family members as needed. Paid vacation and study leave is included.

Our Mission:  Windwood exists to be the present of the Kingdom of God, wherever He has placed us, making more and more followers of Jesus Christ.

We value…

–all people because they are made in the image of God

–the truth that transforms people’s lives

–the power of prayer to bring us into intimate relationship with God

–worshiping God with our whole lives

–living the Christian life in the community

–equipping God’s people for ministry

We are trusting that God will lead the right person to the right place at just the right time.

Resumes should be emailed to employment@windwoodpc.org.

We are looking for a high-energy relational person to oversee a thriving program for those in middle school, where the goal is to move these students toward becoming disciples of Christ. Roswell Presbyterian Church (RPC) welcomes a large family of faith to live out the good news of Jesus Christ. With roots that go back to 1839, RPC belongs to the historic Reformed tradition of the Presbyterian Church (USA) that trusts in the grace and love of Jesus Christ for ourselves and for the whole world. We respond to God’s love revealed in Jesus Christ by loving with our heads, hearts, and hands. Please see the attached job description. https://www.roswellpres.org/careers


(Link to Job Decription pdf:  https://www.cpconline.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/Associate-Director-High-School-emphasis-9th-Grade-1.pdf )


Associate Director of High School (emphasis 9th Grade)

CPC Vision
To boldly extend the invitation Jesus makes to us, to everyone.

The Associate Director of High School will provide spiritual leadership and organizational management to the 9th Grade Commitment Class program. This position is part of the Student Ministries Team, working closely with other Associate Directors for 10-12th grade and reporting to the Director of Student Ministries.

• Plan and coordinate all aspects of Commitment Class programming (average 100 students)
o Create program lineups and their elements (games, videos, stories, skits, etc.)
o Teach/speak regularly
o Plan and develop weekly small group curriculum
o Develop and empower adult leaders and create a cohesive environment for them to work together
o Develop and implement training structures for Commitment Class students and adult leaders (both during and outside of Wednesday nights)
o Be the point leader for Commitment Class fall and spring retreats as well as end-of-year celebrations including CC worship service, elder visits, and CC weekend worship services
• Participate as a member of the High School team, working with other staff as students transition through the program, to build coehisive programming and relationships
• Develop relationships with a broad number of students (9th grade specifically), families, and leaders through Wednesday night programs, intentional one-on-ones, and outside relational contact work (attending games and concerts, etc.)
• Maintain and be accountable to the budget for all 9th grade programming
• Participate and engage with ParentLink team as needed
• Work with the Family Ministries team to equip and empower a team of college interns during the summer months
• Plan and attend other Student Ministries trips and activities

• Attend weekly Student Ministries staff meetings
• Lead and/or assist in special projects that support the overall mission of High School programming, Student Ministries, and/or CPC
• Effectively communicate with staff, congregation, visitors, and vendors
• Meet regularly with the Director of Student Ministries for development, encouragement, feedback, and accountability
• Attend CPC staff meetings and other program staff retreats
• Participate in various CPC programs, including weekend services, special services for holidays (Advent, Ash Wednesday etc.), and other leadership events
• Set aside time each week for spiritual reading, studying, and learning

• Actively pursuing a relationship with Jesus Christ
• A working knowledge of Scripture and an active prayer life
• Commitment to make CPC your church home and faith community, and agreement with the mission and values of CPC
• Ability to engage students in authentic, relational ways
• Experience working with and leading students
• Relational experience with leading parents and volunteers
• Proactive communicator, collaborative spirit, and team player
• Leadership skills, abilities, and experience
• Strong organizational, detail-oriented, and multi-tasking skills
• Ability to recruit volunteers
• Self-starter, strong work ethic
• Working knowledge of Microsoft Office (Outlook, Excel, Word)
• BA/BS degree relevant to ministry work and ministry experience in the area of students

• Curriculum use and development
• Basic understanding of vocational ministry

• Ability to sit, walk, and/or stand for extended times

POSITION REPORTING: Associate Director of High School reports to the Director of Student Ministries

HOURS: This is a full-time, year-round, non-exempt position

TRAVEL: This position requires travel to retreats and camps both assigned to and as needed depending on the season

This job description describes the general nature and work expected of an individual assigned to this position. Employees may be required to perform other job-related duties as requested.

For further information, or to submit a resume and cover letter, email or mail to: employment@cpconline.org

Christ Presbyterian Church, Executive Director, 6901 Normandale Road, Edina, MN 55435

Fifty6 Ministry Associate
Contact: Leslie Lambert
Contact Email: llambert@peachtreechurch.com
Status: Open
Job Description:

Peachtree Presbyterian Church is a growing church in Atlanta, Georgia. Our Student Ministry program is focused on helping students become followers of Jesus and walking alongside students and their families as they navigate the complexities of life. We are looking to hire a staff associate who has a contagious relationship with Jesus and a genuine passion for working with, encouraging, leading, and building into the lives of 5th and 6th grade students.

This position requires someone who is a self-starter, has organizational, counseling and communication skills, and enjoys working within a team dynamic.

Primary responsibilities for this position include (but are not limited to):

Pastoral/Relational: Spending time with students in small groups and one-on-one environments for fun and intentional discipleship

Outreach: Attending sporting events, school activities, recitals, etc. to reach new students and develop existing relationships with students

Leadership: Planning, coordinating, supporting, and running trips, events, activities, and programs

Teaching: Studying, preparing, practicing, and delivering messages that give students a framework for making healthy life decisions and that point students to a life giving relationship that is found in following the way and persons of Jesus

Programming: Creating dynamic, energetic, fun, creative, and spiritually significant programs that encourage students and supports their faith formation

This is a full time, salaried position that includes medical benefits. We offer a competitive salary, based upon education and experience. The Student Ministry staff associate will report to the Director of Student Ministry and will be supervised by their department director.

If you have a passion for working with 5th and 6th grade students, please send your cover letter and resume to Kevin Sheehan and Leslie Lambert:


Barefoot Student Ministries is sharing the love of God with over 100 middle and high school students each week.  Barefoot is a ministry of First United Methodist Church of Mount Dora whose mission is “Loving God, Loving Others.”  The ministry needs a new dynamic, spiritual leader to guide its youth and young adults as they grow in faith.

This full-time position as the Director of Youth and Young Adult Ministries receives a livable salary and benefits.  No pumpkin patch fundraisers.  Youth ministry experience and passion for students is required.  To apply, visit the website at www.mtdorafumc.org, send their resume to First United Methodist Church, Attn: Janet Westlake, 440 E. Sixth Ave., Mount Dora, FL, 32757 or e-mail to janet@mtdorafumc.org.

Director of Student Ministry

Covenant United Methodist Church is a midsize urban/suburban congregation, located in Cordova, Tennessee has an immediate opening for a full time Director of Student Ministry.  This position will lead both middle and senior high students as well as college age young adults.

The candidate must have a strong Christian and biblical background and be able to provide spiritual leadership and direction to our students and families.  Candidate should have innovative leadership skills, be able to recruit, coordinate and empower volunteers. The ideal person needs to be highly organized, technologically savvy, possess strong communications skills as well as appropriate use and knowledge of social media. The candidate should have knowledge and understanding of the beliefs and practices of the United Methodist Church and be able to lead a Confirmation Program.  A college degree or vocational experience in student ministry is a must.  Music and art background is a plus.

We are accepting resumes through August 31, 2019.  You may apply by emailing your resume to Lisa Johnson at ljohnson@covenantumc.org.

Purpose Statement:

Assist in providing visionary leadership to the ministries of Longview Christian Church within the church’s mission of “introducing messy people to Jesus so that they, too, can change and experience the new life that our Lord came to offer.”


Position Summary:

Part of what this Youth Minister will be responsible for is planning, coordinating, and implementing the worship, community, and service opportunities for students, grades 5 -12 in an effort to help change lives and have a kingdom impact. The Youth Minister will develop curriculum and recruit and manage a volunteer team of teachers and small group leaders for the Youth Ministry.



•  Exhibits a personal and growing relationship with God, a teachable spirit, and a healthy family life.

•  A self-motivated leader, capable of casting and imparting a vision for ministry, possessing relational skills with students, parents, and staff.

•  Possess basic administrative skills and is dedicated to programming excellence.

•  Is in agreement with the church’s doctrine, mission, and values and has a passion for evangelism and outreach.

•  Undergraduate degree; Experience in and a passion for Youth Ministry.


Core Responsibilities:

•  To work as a “leader of leaders” and “recruiter-equipper” who recruits, equips, and disciples adult volunteers.

•  Develop, manage, and implement curriculum for all classes/programs within Youth Ministry to help facilitate the growth of individual students.

•  Develop and implement an annual ministry plan with a calendar of activities/programs that are inclusive and promote relationship development, discipleship, and parent-student interaction. This plan should establish a healthy balance between Worship, Community, and Service in the lives of youth.

•  Manage and maintain all classrooms within Youth Ministry in conjunction with the Volunteer Team, ensuring that the environments are welcoming to youth and parents.

•  Recruit, equip, and encourage volunteers to build and foster mentoring relationships with youth.

•  Create and work within the Youth Ministry budget.

•  Create and/or manage a Youth Ministry policy manual, with a strong focus on risk management, and ensure that procedures are followed.

•  Plan, promote, and coordinate Youth Ministry events in alignment with the position purpose statement and in coordination with the mission and vision of LCC.

•  Work with Discipleship Ministry Departments to create smooth department transitions for youth and parents.

•  Come alongside parents as a resource and an encouragement in the discipleship of their students/children.


Additional Responsibilities:

•  Serve in other traditional pastoral roles as needed.

•  Attend staff meetings and regularly evaluate procedures, programs and events.

•  Attend ministry focused professional and training programs as approved by the Lead Minister.

•  On occasion, the Youth Minister will be invited to attend meetings of the Elders to give reports, review mission/vision, and to be exposed to the processes of mature, biblical leadership.



•  Has the ability to thrive in a team-based environment.

•  Teachable, responsive, and respectful of authority.

•  Has the ability to engage, enable, and retain a strong group of volunteers.

•  A person who will treat this job both as a ministry and a professional position.


Work Schedule:

40 hours weekly (additional hours may be required during special events/activities)



The Student Ministry Pastor assistant must possess a unique skill set, blending relational skills and attention to detail, with a high capacity for administrative duties. This position reports to and supports the Student Ministry Pastor. The ideal candidate must have the ability to communicate clearly, ability to prioritize well, manage another’s daily schedule, navigate and communicate through traditional manners as well as social media for both students and leaders as well as the desire to serve the people and fellow staff of Mariners Church South County.


Specific Ministry Responsibilities

• Maintain Student Ministry Pastors calendar; schedule meetings/events

• Organize/Plan/Execute Student Ministry Pastor hosted meetings/events and take notes when necessary.

• Communicate daily with the Student Ministry Pastor – daily agenda, changes in agenda, track urgent topics

• Manage Student Ministry Pastor’s time – on-time start & wrap-up of meetings

• Manage email, respond to email in a timely manner on behalf of the Student Ministry Pastor

• Liaise between the student ministry staff and Student Ministry Pastor when necessary

• Create Power Point presentations or similar

• Assist in creating, designing, and managing different modes of communication (social media, email/mailchimp/texting)

• Manage travel and itinerary for Student Ministry Pastor trips

• Manage Student Ministry budget & monthly financial review, meet monthly w/Finance Dept.

• Reconcile Student Ministry church-issued credit card statements

• Reconcile Student Ministry expense reimbursements



• Reporting relationship:  Student Ministry Administrative Assistant will report to the Student Ministry Pastor and work alongside the Student Ministry Staff.



• Detail orientated, strong organizational skills

• Ability to manage and meet deadlines

• Flexible team player, self-motivated and able to work well with diverse leaders & teams

• Familiarity with Keynote and Pro Presenter a plus

• Excellent written and verbal communication skills

• Strong computer skills, proficiency in Microsoft Word & Google Suite (calendar, email, docs)

• Gifted in hospitality, desire to serve, desire to ensure people are known and valued

• Requires some attendance at evening, weekend and holiday events, with advanced notice

• Participate in weekly staff meetings and in “All Play” church events


Qualifications:  Here are some qualifications we are looking for in a Student Ministry Administrative Assistant.  If you think you’d be a good addition to our team please apply today.

• Born-again Disciple of Jesus Christ

• Organized & Efficient

• Team Player

• Good Communication Skills

• Attention to Detail

• Creative/Adaptable/Flexible

• Working Knowledge of different computer programs designed to make your job more efficient.

• Problem Solver

• Youth Ministry Experience Preferred


Conditions of Employment:

• Maintain a consistent devotional time with God

• Attend Mariners Church South County and participate in Rooted/Life Groups

• Understanding of the privilege to serve the Lord in vocational ministry. Those who serve God on Mariners Church South County staff are expected to embrace a high biblical standard of personal conduct and lifestyle, both public and personal, and sign the Leadership Commitment Agreement

• All staff members must be in agreement with the vision and values of Mariners Church and adhere to the guidelines and conditions of employment as outlined in the Employee Handbook.

This ministry position will oversee four primary areas of leadership within the Student Ministries and specifically the Jr. High Ministry.  Those areas include: volunteers, evangelism, communication, and teaching/programming at the weekend services.  Responsibilities will include community building with volunteers, recruiting and training of volunteers, partnering with off-campus organizations in evangelism efforts, communicating with parents and students via email, social media, website, and teaching. The Jr. High Pastor will report to and work closely with the Student Ministry/High School Pastor to implement the vision and director of JHM (Junior High Ministry).


Specific Ministry Responsibilities

• Discipleship:  Shepherding the Junior High students and volunteer leaders and nurturing their spiritual relationships is your primary focus!  This specifically breaks down into three main areas.

• Junior High Volunteers: Aside from Jesus being at the center of our ministry, volunteers are the backbone.  When they’re healthy in their walk with the Lord, they’re able to shepherd well.  It’s your role to love, care, nurture, pray for, and encourage these volunteers.  You will oversee the value and function of volunteers in JHM.  This will require vision casting at Leadership Gatherings, individual encouragement of leaders, and empowerment of staff to affirm and utilize leaders in all areas of ministry.  Coach volunteers in every event, weekend service and trips to understand the vision and value of the ministry.  Pastor care of volunteers with ongoing check-in conversations with each leader.  You will develop leaders to understand their next steps in ministry or church.

• Student Leaders: You’ll have an overarching role of helping in the growth of our Jr. High students; however, you’ll be able to go deeper with your small group of student leaders.

• Parents: Parents continue to be the primary means in which faith is passed down in the family structure.  Part of your role is to develop and invest in parents & families.



• Create opportunities for on-campus presence in local Student Ministries on school campuses (student-led clubs)

• Partner with para-church organizations like FCA, Young Life, and Youth for Christ to reach students not currently part of the church.


Teach JHM students to be able to share their story with their friends.  This will involve training and coaching students throughout the year.

• Teaching:  The Jr. High Pastor will have the overarching role of teaching the Jr. High students each Sunday and developing Thursday Night Life Group content.

• Teach regularly in JHM services.

• Develop messages and message series with your teams to advance and disciple your students through effective communication of God’s Word.

• Teach in High School ministry when available and interested.

• Teaching @ on-campus clubs and gatherings to promote the gospel and the JHM vision implemented within our ministry.


Administration: It’s important for us to be organized internally in order to be effective in reaching out to young people with the Gospel of Jesus Christ.  Your role will span a variety of administrative tasks.  This could look like:

• Emails

• Social Media

• Updating/Creating Data Bases

• Postcard/Flyers/Mailers

• Event Planning

• Website Upkeep

• Youth Room

• Shopping


Other Ministry Responsibilities:

• General:

• Serve as a member of the Student Ministries Team.  Work closely with other staff members to create a deep and meaningful ministry centered on discipleship and helping students develop a relationship with Jesus.

• Problem Solving and Decision Making

• Parents or volunteers who have concerns with JHM and Student Ministries

• Evaluating situations and meeting the needs appropriate to the beliefs of Mariners SC.

• Trusting the leadership of the church and aligning to the core values and Transformational Loop.

• All Church

• The JHM Pastor will be asked to participate in various activities which have all-church implications.

• Attend Monthly Staff Meetings

• Attend Story Time Weekly

• Other duties as assigned



• Reporting relationship:  Jr. High Pastor will report to the Student Ministry/High School Pastor, or in their absence, the Lead Pastor.

• Expectations

• Maintain a consistent devotional time with God

• Participate and facilitate a Rooted Group/Life Group

• Work a 50-hour week (included in this time is up to 5 hours for personal devotion time and up to 3 hours for participating in an accountability group.)

• Complete Financial Peace University within the first year on staff.

• Qualifications:  Here are some qualifications we are looking for in a Junior High Pastor.  If you think you’d be ax good addition to our team please apply today.

• Born-again Disciple of Jesus Christ

• Organized & Efficient

• Team Player

• Good Communication Skills

• Passion for teaching God’s Word

• Comfortable in Front of An Audience

• Leadership Experience

• Attention to Detail

• Creative/Adaptable/Flexible

• Working Knowledge of different computer programs designed to make your job more efficient.

• Problem Solver

• Bachelor Degree Preferred

• Youth Ministry Experience