Jobs at Storyline

director of student ministry

reports to: director of family ministries


What This Role Entails:

Scope: This position oversees 7th-12th grade students, with some influence over 5th-6th grade Bridge ministry.

 

» Engage students in local high schools and middle schools with creative ministry.
» Create a super-fun weekly gathering where kids laugh, build relationships and bring unchurched friends.
» Recruit, train and shepherd a volunteer student ministry team with diverse gifts and personalities.
» Communicate clearly and frequently with parents, keeping them informed of ongoing activities.
» Provide counseling and spiritual direction to students and parents as needed.
» Help to implement a Preparing for Launch ministry plan, which focuses on equipping parents to disciple their children.
» Assist in the development and oversight of the Student Ministry budget; also manage student fees for events and trips in a timely fashion.
» Seek to integrate students into all phases of church life.
» Create and manage a student ministry calendar that reflects creative ideas for reaching students and families with the Gospel.
» Be a team player and assist other ministries.

eight traits we envision in this key leader:

 

1. He has a heart for the skeptic, unchurched kids in our city.
2. He models a vibrant, growing relationship with Jesus Christ, and a life congruent with biblical mandates for leaders (1 Tim. 3:1-7).
3. He’s teachable, with a desire to take his leadership ability up a notch each year.
4. He thinks “team,” and is secure enough to disagree without being disagreeable.
5. He loves his family and is committed to a healthy work/home balance.
6. He has a bachelor’s degree and strong on-the-job experience in youth ministry and basic administrative skills.
7. He is an entrepreneurial self-starter and likes to bring fresh ideas to the table.
8. He’s a multiplier. He does not attempt to do it all and to be at everything, but invests himself in others.