JOBS IN NWTX
FUMC Morton is in need of a piano player for one service on Sunday at 10:50 am. For more information contact Bryan Wardroup 806-787-0431.
Slaton UMC is seeking to employ a part-time Music Director. For more information, please email David at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Slaton UMC is looking for an accompanist to play hymns, choruses, and special music for choir and offertories. The accompanist practices with the band and choir from 6 to 8pm on Wednesday’s and plays for the 11am service on Sunday mornings. Christmas Eve and Ash Wednesday are desirable, but pay is increased for special events. $90 per week and $125 for special services.
If you are interested please contact David at email@example.com.
Pleasant Valley UMC in Amarillo, Texas, is seeking a pianist/keyboardist for Sunday morning Worship. Starting pay is $50. Contact Pastor Gene Hudgins for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org
First United Methodist Church (www.fumc.com), a dynamic, intergenerational congregation in Lubbock, TX, is seeking a full-time Associate Director of Youth Ministry, who will reach, lead, and support students as they grow and develop as disciples of Christ. The primary responsibilities of this position will be to provide shared leadership in programming, missions and worship, develop relationships with youth, families, and congregants, and recruiting and equipping volunteers. Salary range of $25-35,000 based on qualifications and experience plus benefits. The successful candidate will have a college degree, 2-3 years of experience in youth ministry leadership (preferably in a large congregation), and a strong personal faith consistent with the Methodist tradition. View the full job description here. Send cover letter & resume to Rev. Kirk Dana, Pastor for Youth Ministry, email@example.com
FUMC in Floydada, TX, is looking for an individual to lead Youth. Hours and salary are negotiable. For more info, contact Ken Peterson at 806-983-3706 or 806-543-7122
Join the Abernathy UMC team as we reach out and serve our community. We are hiring a part time youth director and the benefits include housing and utilities. Find out more by calling 806-298-2581 or 806-448-8804.
First UMC Littlefield is looking to fill the position of Full time Youth Director beginning January of 2018. For those interested you may call 806-385-4466 for an interview appointment.
First United Methodist Church Lubbock, TX, is currently seeking a part-time Children’s Ministry administrative assistant. We are seeking someone who will embrace the overall mission of FUMC and understands church culture. The position includes general office duties, using Microsoft applications, maintaining the online database, scheduling volunteers, answering emails and phone calls, organizing events and working with children and volunteers on a regular basis. Organizational skills and team collaboration are a must. Twenty hours per week, including two hours on Sunday morning. Please submit resume to Tessa Armes firstname.lastname@example.org by March 3, 2018.
JOBS OUTSIDE NWTX
The Director of Youth Ministries has primary responsibility within our church family for providing 6th through 12th grade students opportunity to initiate and/or deepen their relationship with God. The Director must have a deep faith in Jesus Christ and be committed to the United Methodist Church. He/she must have the ability to administer a growing, multifaceted youth ministry, an ability to share leadership with others, and be committed to personal growth in Christ and the ability to share that faith with others.
+ Resources: The Director is responsible for all Youth Ministry resources, including physical facilities, group dynamics, leadership, curricula and communication. The Director manages the budget for youth ministries. Priority should be given to the creation of a welcoming, safe space - physical, corporate, and spiritual - where youth and ministry volunteers may encounter God and grow in their faith.
+ Communication: The Director serves as the Youth Ministries contact person for FUMC, accessible to all involved in youth ministries, promoting and publicizing youth ministries through print, digital, social media and other forms of communication, and ensuring that the Youth ministries are congruent with FUMC’s mission.
+ Volunteer management: The Director develops and guides the Youth Council, which should include youth and adults (including parents), chairs the YC planning meetings, and leads the YC to continually improve youth ministries. The Director recruits, qualifies, and trains teachers and adult sponsors for all youth classes, instilling excellent leadership for youth events. Most importantly, the Director will ensure that our Safety Policies are followed, taking immediate action if they are ever violated, reporting such violations to the Sr. Pastor or Assoc. Pastor.
+ Ministry development: The Director is responsible for 1) leadership of the youth ministries, 2) the revitalization of ministries as needed, 3) regular evaluation of ongoing ministries’ effectiveness, 4) the development of new ministries to meet changing needs of our youth, and 5) leadership of mission and service ministries.
+ Integrated ministries: The Youth Ministry is not a stand-alone ministry, but one crucial part of the entire church family’s ministries. The Director attends staff meetings, works with the Program Staff to plan and promote ministries that meet the needs of the entire congregation and encourage church growth, assists staff and church committees with daily tasks and special projects related to the Youth Ministry. The Director is liaison to the church staff and various committees as they relate to Youth Ministries, and cooperates on occasional special events.
The Director’s immediate supervisor is the Senior Pastor, and will meet regularly with the Sr. Pastor for discussion of the Youth Program. The Director is also accountable to the Staff-Parish Relations Committee and will abide by the work expectations of the FUMC Personnel Policy and Benefit Handbook.. The Director is also a vital part of the larger staff, and will work closely with all staff members as a team. The Director and Youth Council are partners in the creation of a youth ministry of excellence. At least annually, there will be an evaluation of the Director’s performance by the Sr. Pastor, including program evaluation and goal-setting. This is a salaried position.
Qualifications, Knowledge, and Skills Required:
+ Bachelor’s degree preferred
+ Certification in Youth Ministry preferred, or a willingness to work toward it with the church’s assistance
+ Possess a strong commitment to the Christian faith, a basic understanding of United Methodist theology and church history, and support and encourage the United Methodist tradition
+ Able to effectively operate office machines and operating systems
+ Highly organized, self-motivated, able to work under minimal supervision and multi-task in despite disruptions
+ Ability to use online resources to communicate with youth, parents, staff, the church family and others
+ Strong interpersonal and communication skills
+ Able to maintain confidentiality
+ Able to pass a credit check and a criminal background check
+ Speak fluent English
Compensation: approximately 39K, dependent upon experience, qualifications, and education.
Applicants or inquiries can be sent to Russell Bowlin at email@example.com
Is it time to take your youth ministry calling to the next level? Dripping Springs United Methodist Church is a fast-growing Texas hill country church community that is heavily invested in raising up bold and godly young leaders. We are seeking an experienced, spirit-led individual with the commitment, passion and vision to lead robust youth mission and ministry programs. For more info please visit- Bit.ly/dsumcyouth5
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