Employment Opportunities

Connections Ministry

First Impressions Leader

Full Time
Blankenbaker Campus

Summary/Objective

The First Impressions Leader will provide structure and leadership to assure that everyone entering the campus is made to feel welcomed, valued, loved and served while they are at the Blankenbaker Campus. This responsibility begins from the time someone turns into the parking lot until they leave the lot. The First Impressions Leader will ensure that everything is done in such a way to accomplish the primary purpose of achieving the mission, vision, and strategies of Southeast Christian Church.

 

Essential Functions

  • Establish the tone and provide the primary leadership in creating a culture of serving by recruiting, training, and retaining a crew of volunteers to welcome everyone onto the campus
  • Responsible for leading, equipping and casting ministry vision (Moving people from a Welcomed & Comfortable Guest to an Engaged & Connected Member)
    • Greeting teams – Inside and Outside

    • Connection Center-Guest Central

    • Café 920

    • Catering

    • Parking
  • Work closely with the Events Ministry team to ensure success of events at BB Campus
  • Responsible for recruiting, training, retaining and appreciating volunteers on the Greeting teams.
  • Be alert to the First Impression of the common areas of the church. Be sure that they are not a distraction for guests coming into building. (ie., furniture, boxes, junk, etc.)
  • Maintain First Impressions database in ROCK. Add new volunteers as needed, update and keep current job descriptions, clearances and background checks (including ministry safe), in conjunction with Safety & Security
  • Daily interaction/effective communication with staff, members, visitors, volunteers and community
  • Lead special projects as assigned

Essential Competencies

  • Growing relationship with Jesus
  • Proven capacity for making disciples
  • Ability to identify, train, encourage, cast vision, raise up, and build teams of volunteer leaders
  • Competent in computer skills – Word, Pages, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.
  • High capacity for leadership and staff/volunteer development
  • Strong relational and team building skills
  • Strong organizational skills for growing, mobilizing, and maintaining an effective team and ministry
  • Strong written communication skills
  • Ability to challenge and inspire people
  • Exhibit an “Extra Mile” Attitude and team player
  • Spirit of flexibility and willingness to adapt to any situation
  • Gifts of Service and Hospitality is a must

Required Education, Experience, and Membership

  • Bachelor’s Degree required
  • 5+ years of experience in hospitality, guest services and/or creating welcoming environments within the church or corporate setting
  • Engaged, or willing to become, member of Southeast Christian Church who supports the Statement of Faith and submits to the leadership established by the church

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River Valley Campus

Early Childhood Ministry Associate

Full Time
River Valley Campus

Are you a relational and detail-oriented servant who wants to equip families to help their children fall in love with Jesus? Can you inspire, equip and lead others during weekend services and weekday programming? Are you flexible and eager to learn the many aspects of Children’s Ministry, while assisting the River Valley Children’s Ministry Leader with administrative and ministry tasks? If so, please prayerfully consider applying for this role.

 

Essential Functions

 

  • Implement Children’s ministry vision and goals in conjunction with the Children’s Ministry Leader
  • Build relationships with children, parents, volunteers, and community partners
  • Partner with and equip parents to connect their children to Jesus outside of weekend services
  • Lead and invest in others (team leaders, small group, leaders, parents, etc.) through relational interactions that encourage and build up, especially in times of crisis
  • Engage in volunteer recruitment and training duties, working alongside the Campus Team as well as the Children’s Team to cast vision, identity, and equip in the areas of giftedness, train in safety and security procedures, and disciple where possible
  • Train, shepherd, and schedule volunteers for the Children’s Ministry
  • Appreciate and encourage volunteers consistently throughout onboarding, shadowing, and serving processes
  • Assist with special event planning for the Children’s Ministry
  • Plan, adapt, and implement, age-appropriate curriculum for large and small groups during weekend services, as well as other activities that assist in the mission of connecting children and families to Jesus and one another
  • Work in unity with Children’s Ministry Leader in dreaming, vision casting, and carrying out of action items associated with connecting children and families to Jesus and one another
  • May recruit, interview, train, and schedule weekday childcare workers
  • Perform administrative duties to support the Children’s Ministry

 

Essential Competencies

  • Highly relational
  • Enjoys being around children
  • Ability to be coached, led and discipled
  • Organized
  • Excellent people and communication skills
  • Multi-tasked; with ability to prioritize to complete tasks
  • Creative in both problem solving and vision casting with ability to communicate vision
  • Ability to develop, lead, train, and encourage others
  • Works well in a team environment
  • Ability to relate well to different kinds of personalities
  • Ability to relate well to parents
  • Energizing to others

 

Required Education, Experience, and Membership

  • Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent in general ministry related field
  • Member of SCC or willing to become a member upon hire
  • Demonstrated alignment with SCC’s Statement of Faith



 

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Communications

Administrative Assistant

Full Time
Blankenbaker Campus

Summary/Objective

The Administrative Assistant will be responsible for providing support to the Director of Communications and Office Manager, as well as the rest of the team as needed. Their primary role is to assist the team by utilizing organizational skills and detailed methods that help keep the team functioning well within the office environment. The person in this role would have a heart for service and also exhibit a hospitable attitude to everyone who has contact with Communications for the purpose of promoting the mission, vision and strategies of Southeast Christian Church.

 

Essential Functions

  • Assist with the calendar, appointments, and correspondence for the Director of Communications
  • Attend meetings and conference calls to take notes and properly distribute recap notes/action statements
  • Schedule conference rooms and handle meeting details
  • Complete purchase requisitions and assist with expense reimbursements for team members
  • Maintain inventory of office and workroom supplies and order as needed
  • Assist with monthly budget processes
  • Monitor Communications email box and send updates as needed
  • Properly route requests that come in outside of Communications’ established intake system
  • Assist as needed with large format printing needs
  • Maintain records of contracts, subscriptions, and other documents

Essential Competencies

  • Strong time-management and organizational skills—with the ability to juggle multiple projects in a high-energy, fast-paced environment with shifting deadlines and deliverables
  • Exhibit a continual can-do and flexible attitude, with a hospitable and positive spirit
  • Accurate with details
  • Strong relational skills with the ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing
  • Able to maintain confidentiality
  • Ability to work independently, as well as collaborate within ministry teams.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office

Required Education, Experience, and Membership

  • 3+ years of administrative work experience
  • Engaged member of Southeast Christian Church who supports the Statement of Faith and submits to the leadership authority established by the church

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Crestwood Campus

Campus Operations Leader

Full Time
Crestwood Campus

Our Crestwood campus, in beautiful Oldham county, is looking for a gifted in administrator and shepherd to oversee the day-to-day operations.  Are you skilled at managing projects?  Are you a relational leader with a servant's heart?  You may be the person God is calling to join the leadership team at one of our largest campuses.  Check out the details below and submit an application if this sounds like you.
 

Essential Functions

  • Provide oversight to all operational areas of the campus with a ministry-minded, people-focused heart
  • Review monthly budget statements and prepare the annual operating budget
  • Work in collaboration with the Campus Pastor on all facts of ministry and operations of the campus
  • Ensure action items are captured and implemented for and  by leadership 
  • Serve as liaison for the campus to other campuses in operational areas
  • Ensure care of proper oversight of the facility, in conjunction with established practices
  • Be present at weekend services to help people connect to Jesus and one another
  • Maintain alignment with the mission, vision, and strategies of the church 

Essential Competencies

  • Highly organized; Ability to multi-task
  • Able to anticipate and plan for future ministry events, project, and church-wide endeavors
  • Ability to understand financial statements and budgeting
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Proficient in MS Office programs

Required Education, Experience, and Membership

  • Proficient Bachelor's Degree required 
  • Minimum three years of ministry experience; leadership experience preferred
  • Engaged member of SE who supports the Statement of Faith and submits to the leadership of the church

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Missions

Missions Associate (Mobilization & Projects)

Full Time
Blankenbaker Campus

This Missions Associate will have primary responsibilities in mobilization and coordination of special campus-wide projects. They will identify, equip and mobilize Southeast members to engage in mission opportunities while maintaining alignment with the mission, vision, and strategies of Southeast Christian Church.

 

Essential Functions

  • Partner with other mission staff to equip Mobilization committee to engage members on their missional journey
  • Engage staff family to connect their spheres of influence to Missional Serving Opportunities
  • Work with Partnerships Team and Campus Pastors to develop and coordinate missional serving opportunities through Ministry Partners at all campuses (Famine Relief)
  • Provide logistical support for church-wide missions projects and mobilization efforts (Famine Relief)
  • Evaluate Missions serving projects and mobilization
  • Collaborate with Communications, Security, Legal, Events, Catering, Purchasing, IT and any other church departments as needed to provide logistical support for Missional Serving (Famine Relief)
  • Recruit and Manage project volunteers according to defined policies and procedures
  • Member of Mobilization Committee
  • Specific campus engagement
  • Invest in campus Missions team – site visits, training, classes, GMHC, etc.
  • Know local partners and opportunities to serve
  • Other duties as assigned

Essential Competencies

  • Holy Spirit led
  • Excel, Word, Powerpoint, and general computer skills
  • Problem Solver
  • Project Management
  • Strong Collaborator (Team Work)
  • Excellent Verbal and written communication skills
  • Organization Skills; Ability to Multi-Task
  • Flexible in both Office and Field Environments
  • Accountability for maintaining and working within pre-set budgets
  • Time Management

 

Required Education, Experience, and Membership

  • College Degree or equivalent experience
  • Engaged member of Southeast Christian Church who supports the Statement of Faith and submits to the leadership established by the church
  • Experience working with different cultures
  • Trained in Community Transformational Development
  • 2:6 training (done or willing to go through)

 

 

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Communications

Copywriter

Full Time
Blankenbaker Campus

Summary/Objective

The Copywriter will be responsible for creating promotional copy for all mediums—print, digital, and video—for all Southeast Christian Church campuses. Their primary role is to work closely within the Communications team to promote and maintain a consistent brand voice for the church through writing of all kinds. To be successful in this role you need to be in alignment with the mission, vision, and strategies of Southeast Christian Church and have a passion to use the power of the written word to build God’s Kingdom.

 

Essential Functions

  • Craft compelling copy for bulletins, booklets, websites, advertising (print, radio, TV), emails, blogs, video scripts, and other marketing materials as needed.
  • Collaborate with writers, graphic designers, strategists, and others.
  • Proof and edit various types of print pieces.
  • Maintain style standards across all campuses.
  • Capture proper voice for each ministry within the church, remaining true to the brand while personalizing messages.

Essential Competencies

  • Advanced skills in creative and professional communications.
  • Must be very detail oriented.
  • Proficient in proofreading and editing.
  • Strong computer skills including Microsoft Office and project management software.
  • Ability to work with limited supervision, displaying a high level of self-motivation.
  • Ability to work collaboratively within a team-oriented environment.
  • Thrives in a fast-paced environment and comfortable juggling multiple projects.
  • Ability to display professionalism and an ongoing positive, Christian attitude is a must.

Required Education, Experience, and Membership

  • Bachelor’s degree in communications, journalism, English, or related field.
  • 2+ years of professional writing experience.
  • Engaged member of Southeast Christian Church who supports the Statement of Faith and submits to the leadership established by the church.

 

    *Please submit three to four writing samples that illustrate a range of techniques.

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Safety & Security

Director of Safety & Security

Full Time
All Campuses

Do you have significant law enforcement experience and a heart for Christ?  Are you a personable, caring leader who can partner with ministries to provide a safe and secure environment for staff, members, and visitors, while ministries focus on their primary role of connecting people to Jesus and one another?  Do you enjoy the challenge of finding flexible, creative solutions to problems?  Can you operate with a high level of confidentiality, patience, tact, and diplomacy?  This key, church-wide leadership role is responsible for leading a team of professionals to oversee the safety and security of individuals and property at multiple campuses in Kentucky and Indiana, while supporting the mission, vision, and strategies of Southeast Christian Church. 

 

The ideal candidate will have a good working knowledge of safety and security procedures at a large organization, experience leading and equipping staff and volunteers, and familiarity with law enforcement procedures.  A minimum of five years of law enforcement experience, CCDW certification, Train the Trainer experience, Microsoft Office skills, and triage skills are required.  Key responsibilities include:
 

  • Collaborate with ministries to ensue a safe and secure environment in which to connect people to Jesus and one another.
  • Ensure compliance to State, Federal and Church regulations and policies.
  • Develop, implement and periodically update a comprehensive safety and security plan including but not limited to: Weekend Worship Services, Special Events, Children and Student Programs, Staff Members, Facilities, Emergency Response Planning, Medical Readiness and Physical Property. 
  • Initiate security response to any suspicious activity on property.
  • Oversee all contract police officers providing personal security for staff.
  • Manage access control system and monitor surveillance.
  • Coordinate and direct police officer duties during church functions.
  • Oversee background check process for volunteers and job applicants.
  • Lead, equip, and motivate staff and volunteers on the Safety & Security team


If you're an engaged member of Southeast Christian Church (or willing to become one) with a calling to join our mission of connecting people to Jesus and one another, apply now!

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Living Word

Sales & Receiving Assistant

Part Time
Blankenbaker Campus

Summary/Objective

The part-time Sales & Receiving Assistant will receive all goods into inventory through the Inventory Management System. The objective of this job would be to accurately keep our inventory up to date, prepare all goods for the store, and be part of the sales team in the store for the purpose of promoting the mission, vision, and strategies of Southeast Christian Church.

 

Work Schedule includes: 2 Sundays per month, working during Special Events, working evenings when campus stores are open for beginning of small group studies, working longer day when large orders arrive.  Typical Work Hours: 2 Sundays per month, 2 Thurs. per month, Wed. 9-5, Fri 10-2

 

Essential Functions

  • Working alongside the Living Word ministry team
  • Serving customers and meeting their needs
  • Accurately maintaining inventory
  • Assisting staff and customers with purchases
  • Other duties as assigned

Essential Competencies

  • Precise accounting necessary for maintaining tight inventory controls
  • Good communicating skills through phone, email, and in person
  • Accounting skills in regards to opening /closing procedures in the store
  • Knowledgeable of Living Word resources and where to find information for guests
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Detail-oriented
  • Basic computer and math skills

Required Education, Experience, and Membership

  • Retail or customer service experience
  • Experience with Retail/Inventory Software with ease or a willingness to learn due to a strong use of technology
  • High School Diploma minimum.
  • Engaged member of Southeast Christian Church who supports the Statement of Faith and submits to the leadership established by the church

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Student

Student Ministry Leader

Full Time
Blankenbaker Campus

Student Ministry Leader (Blankenbaker Campus)
Southeast Christian Church’s (SCC) largest campus is looking for a visionary and dynamic ‘leader of leaders’ to mobilize it’s Student Ministry to reach our mission of connecting people to Jesus and one another.

SCC is one of the largest churches in the nation, gathering over 25,000 people each weekend. Our Blankenbaker Campus, which serves as our broadcast campus, sees a weekly attendance of over 14,000. This role will be tasked with setting the campus vision for High School and Middle School while servant leading a highly talented and capable Student Ministry team. Responsible for cultivating a culture of volunteer engagement as a part of the disciple-making process; this leader will ensure the equipping of others to do the work of the ministry. The Student Ministry Leader will collaborate and intentionally equip parents to be the primary disciple-makers in their homes.

The Student Ministry Leader will be held accountable for
Shepherding, Equipping, and Developing the hearts and minds of the Student Ministry staff, so that they might impact students with the Gospel message of Jesus Christ. As one church with many locations, this leader will collaborate as a peer with Student Ministry Leaders at other campuses in order to maintain consistent culture and learn from best practices. In addition, the leader will oversee budget and other administrative & leadership duties.

A demonstrated effective communicator, this leader must have the gift of preaching/teaching. Highly relational and engaging; must be able to think strategically to implement a vision, while shepherding the Student Ministry staff well. Must understand how to lead a team to achieve mission; able to manage and resolve conflict in a Biblical way. As a relator to students, must be energetic and able to have fun and not take themselves too seriously. Looking for an ordained pastor with a ministry degree and at least 5 to 7 years of Student Ministry experience in a mega-church. This person must
support the SCC Statement of Faith and submit to the leadership established by the church.

If you meet these qualifications and desire to grow an already thriving ministry to new heights; if you understand how to lead and equip others to make disciples; if ‘Connecting People to Jesus and One Another’ sounds like the mission God has planted in your heart, please consider this opportunity.
 

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Women's Ministry

Women's Ministry Associate

Full Time
Blankenbaker Campus

Summary/Objective

The Women’s Ministry Associate is a team-oriented disciple-maker who is passionate about connecting women to Jesus and one another. The ideal team member will be a devoted Christ-follower who has a heart to invest in women and develop them to love and lead where they are. She will be a leader of leaders who is passionate about connecting women to the REAL Women community at Southeast Christian Church, Blankenbaker campus, and walking with them in their next steps with Jesus.

 

Essential Functions

  • Take ownership to lead, plan, and execute assigned programming initiatives for Blankenbaker women’s ministry; steering program growth and development as disciple-making communities both on and off campus
  • Identify, recruit, develop, and disciple volunteer lead team members in assigned programming initiatives to partner in the work of ministry
  • Collaborate with WM team to design, develop, and execute Blankenbaker women’s ministry program initiatives, including leader onboarding and mentoring programs
  • Collaborate with WM team to develop, plan, and execute Blankenbaker women’s ministry events
  • Collaborate with WM team to develop annual ministry calendar
  • Partner with other Blankenbaker ministries and collaborate across Southeast Christian Church campuses to ensure support of church mission and women’s ministry growth
  • Support Blankenbaker ministry staff presence at women’s ministry events and campus events, including weekend worship services
  • Cooperate with the Pastoral Care Ministry to provide support and care for the Blankenbaker community of women
  • Provide staff leadership support in Blankenbaker women’s ministry programming as needed
  • Champion the Southeast Christian Church senior leadership mission, vision, and model for disciple-making

Essential Competencies

  • Holy Spirit-led and prayerfully guided
  • Shepherd, develop and equip others
  • Positively build, motivate and encourage effective teams
  • Self-starter
  • Strong relational skills
  • Communicate effectively
  • Competent in Microsoft Office Suite, Outlook, etc.
  • Excels in organization and time management
  • Ability to accomplish ministry goals, leveraging support from volunteers, volunteer lead teams, and as a member of a women’s ministry team

 

Required Education, Experience, and Membership

  • Undergraduate degree required

  • 4+ years of ministry experience in a multi-campus church preferred

  • Engaged member of Southeast Christian Church (Blankenbaker campus) who supports the Statement of Faith and submits to the leadership authority established by the church

 

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Facilities

Campus Care Team Member - Part Time

Part Time
Blankenbaker Campus

Would you enjoy making areas of the Blankenbaker campus conspicuously clean and inviting?  Come help us create an environment where all can gather without distraction to fulfill the mission, vision, and strategies of Southeast Christian Church. Responsibilities include general housekeeping duties and helping with event set-up.  This is a part-time role working approximately 25 hours/week, daytime hours, Monday-Friday.

 

Essential Functions

  • Weekly cleaning of certain areas of the campus including bathrooms, windows, and floors.
  • Removing trash from all areas of the campus.
  • Assisting with room set up and tear down.

 

Essential Competencies

  • Love to clean and create order.
  • Hard worker and self-starter with attention to detail.
  • Team player.
  • Servant attitude.

 

Required Education, Experience, and Membership

  • High School degree (or equivalent).
  • Basic computer skills.
  • Prior similar job experience.
  • Basic knowledge of cleaning equipment and supplies.
  • Agreement with SECC Statement of Faith and submission to the leadership established by the church.

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Community Engagement

Community Pastor

Full Time
Crestwood Campus

The Community Pastor will focus on knowing and being present with the people, schools, and organizations in the Crestwood community. He will be absolutely committed to the vision of having a Gospel presence within walking distance of every neighborhood. A natural disciple maker whose heartbeat is to love people where they are, he lives on mission in the community and influences others to do the same. He is actively engaging with civic organizations, schools, businesses and other churches. This is not a preaching position, but a pastoral role in which the focus is time spent immersed in the community.

 

Essential Functions

  • Engage in mission/vision of SECC by planting, developing, and shepherding disciple-making communities in neighborhoods throughout Louisville
  • Identify, recruit, train, deploy and provide ongoing coaching of Disciple-Makers who connect people to Jesus and one another
  • Assist in connecting new members/visitors to involvement within SECC
  • Engage and partner with local faith/like-minded leaders embedded in the community for purposes of prayer, restoration and community transformation
  • Invest in community through local leadership/organizational infrastructure (housing associations, chamber of commerce etc.
  • Build upon the established missional network in Louisville by identifying, recruiting, and partnering with individuals and organizations that are living out the Gospel
  • Serve as community leader in own neighborhood
  • Provide pastoral care and leadership support to community leaders
  • Develop tools and training aids to support community leaders
  • Unite the body of Christ in prayer throughout the Louisville
  • Engage and connect with Blankenbaker campus staff weekly
  • Attend Blankenbaker campus meetings and share what is happening throughout the region
  • Partner with Campus and Connections pastors to connect people within the walls of the church. This includes facilitating classes, Man Challenge table leader trainings, etc.
  • Lead local school outreach program by developing and maintaining relationships with community leaders engaged in local schools.
  • Identify and recruit community leaders for schools without a Gospel presence.
  • Other pastoral duties as assigned; such as, baptisms, weddings, funerals, MOC, etc.

 

Essential Competencies

  • Must have a love for the lost in the community, and a demonstrated ability to, maturely, serve and interact well with people from all ages and walks of life
  • Must have experience overseeing volunteers and leaders
  • Demonstrated experience identifying, recruiting and developing lay leaders
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Decisive/Solutions oriented/Conflict management skills
  • High levels of self-motivation and drive

 

Required Education, Experience, and Membership

  • Undergraduate degree required
  • Ordained into ministry (or pursuant within first 90 days of employment)
  • Must make best effort to live in, or move to, assigned region within first year of employment
  • Must be a mature Christian who is thoroughly grounded in the Word of God, demonstrates a commitment to the doctrine and practice of SCC and the Restoration Movement
  • Engaged member of Southeast Christian Church who supports the Statement of Faith and submits to the leadership established by the church

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Finance

Director of Finance

Full Time
Blankenbaker Campus

Are you a proven leader with financial expertise and high-level strategic planning skills?  This vital role requires proactive financial oversight of all areas of the church to ensure financial decisions are made appropriately and with the upmost integrity.  In addition to leading the Finance Ministry teams, this servant-leader communicates routinely with the Elder Board regarding the financial status of the church and collaborates with ministry leaders to enure their vision is supported while maintaining the mission, vision, and strategies of Southeast Christian Church.

Essential Functions:

  • Lead the following teams:  Accounting, Accounts Payable, Contributions, Payroll, Construction Accounting, Audit, Attendance & Insurance, Purchasing, Shipping & Receiving, and Document Services.
  • Ensure clarity on controls, policies, and procedures and the highest level of stewardship of our financial resources.
  • Oversee annual budget preparation for the church.
  • Assist Elders and Lead Team with financial planning.
  • Assist ministries with financial planning and problem resolution.
  • Handle real estate donations.
  • Assist in the review of contracts; sign contracts.
  • Plan and implement new accounting systems.
  • Serve on the Finance Committee, Investment Committee, Compensation Committee and Audit Committee.
  • Partner with the Organizational Development Leader in negotiations of most benefit plans, such as health insurance.
  • Partner closely with the Organizational Development Leader to monitor and forecast payroll and benefits expenses.
  • Generate cash flow for construction projects.
  • Produce cash flow analyses and budget forecasts.
Essential Competencies:
  • Strong leadership skills: a delegator who enjoys developing staff members to reach their potential.
  • Strong relational skills.
  • Ability to lead up, down, and sideways in a complex organization.
  • Ability to effectively communicate with all levels of management, staff, and membership.
  • Strategic thinking skills; ability to see the big picture.
  • Ability to ensure accountability.
  • Flexible and adaptable to change.
  • Highly organized with ability to multitask.
  • Steady demeanor under pressure.
  • Highest level of integrity.
  • Microsoft Office skills, including proficiency in Microsoft Excel.
Required Education, Experience & Membership:
  • Accounting or Finance Degree; MBA and/or CPA preferred.
  • Minimum ten years of accounting management experience; megachurch/non-profit experience preferred.
  • Engaged member of SECC who supports the Statement of Faith and submits to the leadership established by the church.

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Facilities

Maintenance Technician

Full Time
Blankenbaker Campus

Do you have the skills to maintain the interior of buildings at the 920 Blankenbaker campus and keep them in excellent working order?  The Maintenance Tech will perform technical facilities maintenance within designated areas in alignment with our mission of connecting people to Jesus and each other.

Essential Functions

  • Receives work orders from supervisor and carries them out to their completion daily.
  • Performs repairs, adjustments and maintenance on commercial or residential building systems, including plumbing, HVAC, electrical equipment; maintains boilers, motors, fans and related mechanical equipment.
  • Operates computerized HVAC control systems; monitors and adjusts controls.
  • Performs regularly scheduled maintenance of building systems:  replaces belts, bearings, and seals; changes filters; lubricates parts; cleans coils; cuts and replaces pipe.
  • Performs carpentry tasks:  repairs furniture, builds cabinets, repairs doors and performs minor remodeling.
  • Paints interior and exterior building surfaces; paints fixtures and furniture.

Qualifications
  • High school diploma.
  • A wide range of mechanical skills, including skilled use of tools and power equipment.  Any specialty in maintenance is desirable.
  • One year or more of building maintenance experience, preferable in a large building.
  • Ability to skillfully operate in a Windows Operating System and to operate building management systems.
  • Ability to work any shift, including weekends.
  • Ability to act independently to take approved corrective actions.
  • Alignment with Southeast Christian Church's Statement of Faith.

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River Valley Campus

Connections Pastor

Full Time
River Valley Campus

Are you an ordained pastor with a passion for discipleship? Are you a gifted teacher and speaker? The Connections Pastor has accountability for guiding all adults who attend the campus to take the next step in their spiritual growth. This is accomplished primarily through interacting with visitors, maintaining an atrium presence, equipping decision guide volunteers, equipping Christ-followers, and establishing small groups. This pastor will also ensure alignment with the mission, vision, and strategies of Southeast Christian Church.

 

Essential Functions

  • Work with the Campus Pastor and the Multi-Campus Disciple-Making Team to develop and implement strategies for the campus
  • Primary oversight of multi-faceted assimilation process from visitor to engaged member in alignment with SCC’s 4-chair disciple-making strategy
  • Provide pastoral care and oversight for on-campus small group environments and work with community pastors for off-campus small groups
  • Provide oversight and leadership to First Impressions’ Ministry
  • Primary oversight of group engagement in alignment with SCC’s 4-chair disciple-making strategy
  • Provide oversight for the new member process and the First Step class
  • Participate in pastoral responsibilities, such as: hospital visitations, baptisms, weddings, funerals, MOC, etc.
  • Rotating platform host responsibilities

 

Essential Competencies

  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Thorough understanding of what Biblical disciple-making means and the ability to communicate it to others
  • Ability to shepherd, recruit, train, and empower volunteers
  • Highly relational and strong people skills
  • Strong work ethic and a team player

 

Required Education, Experience, and Membership

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Bible, Ministry, or Christian Education required
  • An ordained pastor with 3+ years ministry experience in a church setting
  • Engaged member of Southeast Christian Church who supports the Statement of Faith and submits to the leadership established by the church


 

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Next Gen

Student Worship Leader

Full Time
Crestwood Campus

The Student Pastor of Worship & Creative Arts is responsible for overseeing and developing the creative and musical side of our weekly student services with volunteer worship teams. It happens in partnership with the Crestwood Student team in both philosophy and program collaboration. This role also helps shape the beliefs and values of what Biblical worship is in Student Ministry while it ensures alignment with the vision, mission, and strategies of Southeast Christian Church.  If you see yourself in this description and feel called to invest in the lives of MS and HS Students to encourage them to personally connect with Jesus through music, singing and prayer, then please take a thorough review and consider applying! 

 

You would be:

  • Leading worship and executing creative elements weekly in Student services, retreats, and camps
  • Engaging in student culture through worship, environment, events, groups, etc.
  • Building a culture of Discipleship within the volunteer team middle and high school services
    • Discipling and encouraging spiritual development with a team of musicians, vocalists, and tech volunteers
    • Teaching and shaping skill development for musicians, vocalists, and tech volunteers
    • Recruiting and training new students/adult volunteers
  • Coordinating & collaboration with NextGen team and all creative volunteer teams
  • Working in planning center account
  • Building and maintain healthy working relationships & partnerships with other creative/worship teams on staff at all campuses
  • Managing administrative needs within creative arts and worship within Student
  • Managing and maintaining social media accounts for Middle School Ministry and High School Ministry on a regular basis
  • Assisting with creating graphics and content for social media, printed materials, and other promotional/communication needs within student ministry in conjunction with the Student team and Student Graphic Designer
  • Giving creative direction for video content and storytelling within student ministry in conjunction with the Student team and Video/Communications staff
You must have:
  • Excellent vocal and musical ability
  • Strong understanding of music and production and ability to recruit, equip and train others to serve in all areas of Next Gen programming
  • Ability to lead, disciple, and develop students spiritually, musically, and relationally
  • Thorough understanding of how to engage students using social media
  • Excellent communications skills (written and oral)
  • Steady demeanor under pressure
  • Heart for the next generation
  • A desire to disciple volunteers (students/adults)
  • Process-oriented thinking, ministry wiring, and problem solving skills
  • Team-player mindset & strong interpersonal skills
  • Self-starter and motivator, both flexible and decisive, with good conflict management skills
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Ability to multitask, think “big picture” and delegate responsibility
  • Must be able to lead volunteers well and create a discipleship/mentor environment among volunteers (adults and students)

Required Education, Experience, and Membership: 

  • Experience in leading worship in large contexts
  • 2 - 3 years working in student ministry and/or leading worship in the local church & experience working with adults
  • Strong knowledge of PC and Mac software utilizing Ableton, Planning Center Online, Pro-Presenter
  •  Bachelor’s degree in ministry preferred
  • Active member of SCC (or willing to become one); supporting the statement of faith and submitting to the established leadership
  • Ordained or willing to move toward ordination in ministry
To be considered for this role applicants must provide a video of themselves leading in a worship service.  Need to hear spoken parts as well, such as leading in communion.  Please attach a link.

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Communications

Graphic Designer

Full Time
Blankenbaker Campus

Summary/Objective

The Graphic Designer should be an innovative creative that can execute branding and print across multiple mediums using design, aesthetics, composition, and copy to promote and engage people in a compelling way. This person will develop and design; working collaboratively alongside leaders at all campuses, as well as other designers, and a Creative Director. The ideal candidate will not just make “stuff” but will be an innovative idea-generator, helping Ministry Leaders capture their vision. Above all, they have an absolute passion to tell God’s stories with graphic design in an innovative and compelling fashion in keeping with the mission, vision, and strategies of Southeast Christian Church.
 

Essential Functions

  • Develop and execute branding, promotions, and graphical support from concept through production
  • Collaborate with copywriters, videographers, motion artists and other graphic designers
  • Understand vision that is cast from leaders and articulate that through design
  • Work daily both autonomously as an individual artist as well as be able to collaborate with teams that include ministry leaders, worship leaders, and graphic designers.
  • Maintain complete, organized, and accessible electronic file archives that are organized and backed up

Essential Competencies

  • Proficiency in graphic design required

  • Strong understanding of typography, color, hierarchy and layout

  • Strong time-management and organizational skills

  • Must have the ability to juggle multiple projects in a fast-paced environment with shifting deadlines and deliverables

  • Ability to display professionalism and an ongoing positive, Christian attitude while working alongside leaders at multiple campuses

  • Ability to create within established Southeast brand and visual guidelines

  • Mastery in Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign

  • Intermediate working ability in After Effects a bonus

     

    Required Education, Experience, and Membership

  • Bachelor’s degree in graphic design or comparable work experience

  • 2-3+ years of professional graphic design experience

  • Engaged member of Southeast Christian Church who supports the Statement of Faith and submits to the leadership established by the church

 

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Worship

Worship Leader

Full Time
All Campuses

Do you see "worship" as a daily destination for all Christians, impacting and affecting every part of their lives? Are you a spiritual leader hungry to see God manifest Himself powerfully to this generation? Are you called to lead a vibrant, varied congregation in worship, leading them into a lifestyle of personal ministry and mission? Do you have a Pastor's heart and enjoy shepherding the local church? We are currently looking for a full-time Worship Leader who would be open to considering any campus location that may be available; we currently have 7 campuses: 920 Blankenbaker,  Crestwood, IN, LaGrange, SW, E-Town and now River Valley in Prospect KY.  This position reports directly to our Worship Ministry Leader, with much guidance and direction from the Campus Pastor. 

To be considered you must be:

  • An experienced worship pastor
  • Talented vocally and have strong musical experience with guitar, and other instruments
  • Excellent communicator, both vocally and written
  • A team player with high energy, positive attitude and strong interpersonal skills
  • A Pastor at heart, willing to invest time and energy into others
  • Experienced in recruiting and leading a team of volunteers
  • An ordained minister of the gospel
You would be:
  • Planning (with Worship Team), then organizing and spiritually leading multiple worship services
  • Scheduling volunteers
  • Running Rehearsals
  • Shepherding, lead, train disciple, equip volunteers and build community
  • Serving on the Worship Ministry Team
  • Learning new songs
  • Pastoral roles at Campus, weddings, funerals, hospital visits etc
  • Joining and coming alongside the Campus team/church family
Must be an engaged member of Southeast Christian Church (or willing to become one) who supports the Statement of Faith, Mission, Vision and Strategies and submits to the leadership established by the church.

To be considered for this role applicants must provide a video of themselves leading in a worship service.  Need to hear spoken parts as well, such as leading in communion.  Please attach a link. 

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Facilities

HVAC Mechanic

Full Time
All Campuses

Do you have a journeyman HVAC license, EPA-609 universal certification, and five or more years of  commercial HVAC repair experience?  Do you want to be a part of our mission to connect people to Jesus and one another?  The HVAC Mechanic will diagnose, analyze, troubleshoot, remove, replace, repair, and perform preventative maintenance on a diverse set of HVAC mechanical equipment while functioning as a member of the general maintenance team. Additional duties may include general building maintenance, lighting repairs, carpentry, event support, flooring, drywall, light framing, and painting.  This role is based out of the Blankenbaker campus with responsibilities at all the campuses.  Are you the person we need to keep systems in excellent working condition in order to accomplish the mission, vision, and strategies of Southeast Christian Church? 
 

Essential Functions

  • Remove, replace, align and service a set of bolted, serviceable, semi-hermetic reciprocating refrigerant compressors.
  • Remove heads and clean condensing tubes on the reciprocating compressors and on centrifugal compressor chillers.
  • Separate centrifugal pumps from motors, service and re-build pumps, re-assemble and re-align pumps.
  • Repair, remove, and replace refrigerant coils.
  • Work competently with split, roof top unit, and mini split HVAC systems.
  • Repair, remove, replace, and service condensing and non-condensing boilers.
  • Repair, remove, and replace expansion valves.
  • Re-build large actuators.
  • Repair, remove, and replace butterfly valves, three way valves and triple duty valves.
  • Repair, service, and replace automatic control valves.
  • Repair, service, and replace backflow preventers.

Essential Competencies

  • Understand and operate automated building controls.
  • Computer literate in a Windows operating system and able to learn customized building control software.
  • Wide range of mechanical ability.
  • Problem solver, self- starter, and independent worker yet able to work with a team.
  • Flexible schedule with ability to work days, nights and weekends.

Required Education, Experience, and Membership

  • Bachelor’s degree in HVAC or HVAC-R preferred.
  • Journeyman HVAC license required.
  • EPA-609 universal certification required.
  • Commercial building service history required.
  • Five or more years of related experience.
  • Member of SECC or willing to become one; alignment with the mission, vision, and strategies of SECC.

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All Ministires

General Application

Full Time or Part Time
All Campuses

Do you feel called to work at Southeast Christian Church but don’t see a role that fits you right now? Complete this general application to help us get to know you. Whether you’re already an engaged member of our church or actively involved in Kingdom work somewhere else, your God-given talents might be a fit for a future opening. 

In your cover letter, tell us what type of role interests you and answer the questions as if you're applying for that job.  We’ll let you know if an opportunity comes up that's a good match.  If you want to join our staff family and help us connect people to Jesus and one another, a general application is a great place to start.

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Children's Ministry

Early Childhood Ministry Leader

Full Time
Blankenbaker Campus

Summary/Objective

The Early Childhood Ministry Leader will lead and equip staff as they help nursery and preschool children and their parents take their first look at who Jesus is. They will inspire, equip and lead ministry volunteers to pray over/with, teach, encourage and help connect young children and their families to Jesus and one another. The EC Ministry Leader will help to champion the overarching mission, vision, and strategies of Southeast Christian Church.

 

Essential Functions

  • Shepherd, equip and develop Early Childhood Ministry staff
  • Primary oversight of key elements within Early Childhood weekend programming
  • Collaboratively engage and retain volunteers by recruiting, equipping and shepherding them to do the work of ministry
  • Primary oversight of Early Childhood events, including Family Dedication, etc.
  • Ongoing development of prayer initiatives within the ministry
  • Relational/pastoral support among young children and their families

Essential Competencies

  • Proven ability to build effective teams
  • Thorough and Gospel centric understanding of Scripture
  • Proven written and oral communication skills
  • Team player with a heart to serve
  • Ability to be flexible and manage a team with different strengths and weaknesses
  • Ability to thrive in an active environment which includes multiple, large programming elements and large events throughout the year
  • Manage and resolve conflict
  • Initiates collaboration and building relationships
  • Experience in recruiting and equipping volunteers

Required Education, Experience, and Membership

  • College Degree (emphasis in Christian Education preferred)
  • 3+ years of Children's ministry leadership experience
  • Engaged member (or willing to become) of Southeast Christian Church who supports the Statement of Faith and submits to the leadership established by the church

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Children's Ministry

Weekday Childcare (Part-Time)

Part Time
All Campuses

Do you have a passion for children and serving others?  Would you enjoy working three to nine hours per week on a flexible schedule?  The ideal candidate will enjoy caring for children from birth through the fifth grade while their parents are deepening their faith at weekday and evening events.  Responsibilities include leading a Bible-based lesson and providing age-appropriate activities and basic care while encouraging each child to build a relationship with Jesus.  Must have a demonstrated agreement with Southeast's statement of faith.  Work times vary, however, current needs are as follows:

 

Indiana: Tuesday evenings; Wednesday mornings and evenings.

Crestwood: Wednesday and Thursday mornings; Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evenings.

LaGrange: Wednesday mornings; Tuesday evenings; plus occasional Sunday evenings.

Southwest: Wednesday mornings; Wednesday evenings.
Blankenbaker:  Wednesday mornings; Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday evenings.

Elizabethtown:  No current needs.
River Valley:  No current needs.
 

On your application, please indicate which campus is of interest to you.

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Children's Ministry

Children's Weekend Only WIN Staff

Part Time
Crestwood Campus

Our Children’s Ministry at the Crestwood Campus has an opening for a part-time weekend-only staff position.  The position requires working a minimum of 3 services most weekends which results in about 4 - 5 hours.  The role requires great flexibility as each weekend this staff person is placed in the areas of Children’s Ministry most in need, which allows us to maintain a safe, nurturing and learning environment for the children.  Therefore the desired individual must be able to work with all ages of children from birth through elementary. Some physical lifting, getting up and down from the floor, and standing/walking are necessary. 

Must be a minimum of age 16 to apply.  If you have a heart for children, are available to work on weekends and seek a part-time job, perhaps this role is for you. To be considered applicant must be a member and have a demonstrated alignment with Southeast's statement of faith.
 

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