Employment Opportunities

Connections Ministry

Connections Pastor

Full Time
Blankenbaker Campus

Summary/Objective

The Connections Pastor for groups will connect new members and attendees at the Blankenbaker Campus into the life and mission of the church. He will execute a strategic connection plan to develop and launch groups, both on and off campus. This person will, also, work with volunteer leaders to connect members and attendees of the church into group life. The Connections Pastor for groups will continue to develop and cultivate a healthy volunteer culture that will uphold and promote the mission, vision, and strategies of Southeast Christian Church.

 

Essential Functions

  • Group Life
  • Working in collaboration with Ministry Leaders the Connections Pastor owns the attendance and registration data for on/off campus groups ensuring the church’s database system is current and providing reliable data
  • Ensure the Connections process/pipeline effectively and efficiently connects guests and new members with on/off campus groups through direct referrals
  • Partner with Southeast staff to leverage story telling channels (Next Magazine, Outlook, Social Networks, etc.) to frequently share stories of life change and multiplication so the disciple-making vision of the church is celebrated and championed
  • Collaborate with Campus and Community Pastors to:
    • Ensure individuals and groups are taking their next steps each time groups launch
    • Ensure that disciple-making training is being offered on a regular basis.
  • Weekend Groups/Semester Based Groups
  • Collaborate with Connection Pastors at other campuses
  • Administrative Duties
  • Attendance Reporting: all groups (weekend, weekday, home group, semester)
  • EMS: all room reservations and requests; room renewals
  • Group Registration
  • Childcare arrangements
  • General Groups support for leaders and teachers
  • Organizing monthly teacher trainings
  • Online attendance Training for all groups
  • Semester based group launch operations: communicating with ministries, gathering information for the Groups booklet, planning/executing - 3x/year.

Essential Competencies

  • Mature Christian who is thoroughly grounded in the Word of God and demonstrates a commitment to the doctrine and practice of SECC and the Restoration Movement
  • Ability to teach/lead large groups of adult volunteers
  • Proven written and oral communication skills
  • Proven organizational skills
  • Critical Thinking skills
  • Decisive and solution-oriented
  • Conflict management
  • Ability to multi-task, think “Big Picture,” and delegate responsibilities
  • Highly motivated; self-starter
  • Ability to identify, shepherd, recruit, and develop lay leaders and volunteers
  • Flexibility to adjust to changing needs and demands of a fast paced and evolving culture

Required Education, Experience, and Membership

  • Undergraduate degree required
  • Bible College and/or Seminary degree preferred
  • 5 years full-time ministry 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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Facilities

Facilities Project Manager

Full Time
Blankenbaker Campus
Are you a seasoned project manager with experience managing building/renovation projects and overseeing utility usage?  Do you have excellent Auto Cad, Tracer Summit, and Microsoft Office skills?  The Facilities Project Manager will oversee and monitor various systems and initiatives in the Facilities Ministry, while maintaining alignment with the mission, vision, and strategies of Southeast Christian Church.
 

Essential Functions

  • Oversees maintenance plans in partnership with Facilities Managers to keep utilities functional, including but not limited to: power, lights, HVAC, controls, emergency systems, and security systems.
  • Takes the lead on assigned special projects for renovations; manages projects from start to finish.
  • Designs and coordinates projects as needed.
  • Helps oversee energy tracking and conversation efforts.
  • Helps coordinate budget spending and tracking on projects.
  • Assists with new construction planning.
  • Assists with multi-site construction and operations as needed.
  • Coordinates the outsourcing of contractors.
  • Oversees property surveying and record keeping.
  • Oversees storage of facility record drawings.
  • Assists with planning for heating and cooling options.
  • Interacts with members and volunteers as needed.

Essential Competencies

  • Excellent computer skills in Microsoft Office, Auto Cad and Tracer Summit.
  • Knowledgeable in all areas of utilities.
  • Project design and coordination experience.
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills.

Required Education, Experience, and Membership

  • BS in Engineering, preferably mechanical or electrical.
  • Minimum 10 years of related experience.
  • A member of Southeast Christian Church or willing to become one.
  • Alignment with Southeast Christian Church's Statement of Faith.
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Production Arts

Production Director - Blankenbaker Campus

Full Time
Blankenbaker Campus

Do you have extensive experience with audio, video, lighting, staging and rigging in large church environments? Are you passionate about building teams and disciple making?  The Blankenbaker Production Director will direct all technical aspects of the Worship Center including audio, video, lighting, and stage design, as well as lead staff and volunteer teams. Everything will be done striving to have a Christ-centered attitude for the primary purpose of connecting people to Jesus and one another.

 

Essential Functions

- Provide technical leadership of weekend services and events in partnership with the Production Arts Producer

- Provide oversight and leadership development of the Blankenbaker Production Arts staff and volunteers

- Recruit and equip volunteers working on the Blankenbaker Production Arts Team

- Research, design, and purchase equipment for the Worship Center

- Create and implement long-term equipment upgrade plans as well as preventative maintenance

- Manage the budgeting, spending and capital expenditures pertaining to the Worship Center

- Develop and maintain healthy relationships with other ministry departments and campuses

 

Essential Competencies

- A heart for disciple making and pastoring staff and volunteers

- Passionate about team-building

- Proven leader with natural communications skills

- Strong working knowledge of audio, video, lighting, staging, and rigging

- Organized and able to manage multiple projects at once, yet still stay focused

- Detail oriented

- Ability to develop processes 

- Good working knowledge of computer systems and various office and production software

- Hard-working, but know how to have a good time; must have a sense of humor

 

Required Education, Experience, and Membership

- College Degree or equivalent experience

- Experience in leadership roles in either a medium or large church environment

- A member of Southeast Christian Church or willing to become one

- Demonstrated alignment with our statement of faith, mission, vision, and strategies

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Community Engagement

Community Pastor

Full Time
Blankenbaker Campus

Summary/Objective

The Community Pastor will focus on launching and developing Disciple-Making Communities in neighborhoods and workplaces throughout Louisville. This person is absolutely committed to the vision of seeing the Gospel in walking distance of every neighborhood, workplace, and school throughout this area. He will seek to align with the mission, vision, and strategies of Southeast Christian Church by identifying, recruiting, training and deploying Disciple-Making Leaders throughout his specified region.

 

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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First Impressions

First Impressions Coordinator

Full Time
Indiana Campus

Southeast Christian Church is a place that everyone is welcomed and we want to ensure that "welcomed" is how they feel, from the time they enter the church parking lot and then walk through the church doors.  The First Impressions Coordinator is responsible for creating a comfortable environment so people can connect to Jesus and one another. If you enjoy meeting and connecting people, you are an effective communicator with the ability to inspire a group to action, while administratively maintaining the organization of processes; basically having the capacity to spin multiple plates at the same time, then this may be the job for you! 

This person will:

  • Recruit, Motivate, Train & Cast Vision for teams of volunteers to serve as: Greeters, Communion Servers/Preparation, Ushers, Building Hosts, Connection Center, set-up & tear-down teams for events etc.
  • Recruit and maintain Medical Professional Volunteers for Weekend Services & Special Events
  • Ensure the collection of offering follows all procedures set in place by the Accounting and Security Ministries
  • Utilize facility scheduling software and website to schedule and approve event requests
  • Maintain First Impressions volunteers within church database
  • Provide oversight to IN Campus Cafe
  • Lead special projects as assigned
  • Have daily interaction/effective communication with staff, members, visitors, volunteers and the community
  • Weekend & Special Event responsibilities to oversee and maintain all aspects of First Impressions
Indispensable Qualities Needed to succeed:
  • Passion for the guest experience
  • Highly effective communication skills and relation to others
  • Great at seeing potential in those around you and identifying others to serve
  • Ability to motivate others
    • Creates energy, engagement and commitment from others
    • Builds effective Teams
    • Continues to develop and challenge
  • Always finding smarter ways to work or better ways to accomplish a task
  • Expert at managing details and organization
    • Knows how to prioritize work and steward time to accomplish goals in a timely manner
  • Proficient with the Microsoft Office Suite
The ideal candidate will have a background building teams and coordinating events; will exhibit highly relational and interpersonal skills. They will know how to engage people to connect and build systems by which volunteer leaders can lead. Must be an engaged member of Southeast Christian Church (or willing to become one) who supports the Statement of Faith and submits to the Leadership established by the church. Above all must have a heart for introducing people to Jesus by connecting them to others through serving relationships.

This is a full-time position which includes working weekends, during services and some evening hours during special events.



 
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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: Wednesday mornings; Tuesday and Wednesday 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:  No current needs.

Elizabethtown:  No current needs.
 

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

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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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Next Gen

MSM Groups Associate

Full Time
Blankenbaker Campus

Summary/Objective

The MSM Groups Associate is responsible for leading, overseeing, developing, and fostering a culture that helps to root middle school students in their faith within the context of building up believers. They will seek to create environments that provide students with the opportunities and resources to build strong foundations in their faith. The MSM Groups Associate will help to maintain alignment with the mission, vision, and strategies of Southeast Christian Church.

 

Essential Functions:

  • Weekly face to face time with group leaders from middle school ministry for shepherding and encouragement.

  • Multiply by creating ministry teams that help lead, train, and encourage leaders.

  • Provide weekly coaching, training and developing opportunities for volunteers to become disciple makers in the lives of students

  • Collaborating in writing, producing, and packaging curriculum for groups on a quarterly basis

  • Consistently recruiting MSM volunteer group leaders

  • Creating pathways of communication and connection with parents and families

  • Connecting new students and adults in disciple making opportunities

  • Weekly face time with students and parents

  • Be connected and invested with at least one school in JCPS

  • Oversee recruiting and organization of leaders for Believe, MIX, & Fall Retreat

  • Work with Connections Associate on Middle School Ministry team to help leaders better connect students into their groups.

  • Respond and work through volunteer conflicts as they arise in a Biblical manner

 

Essential Competencies:

  • Strong organizational skills; decisive

  • Excellent communications skills (written and oral)

  • Passion for Shepherding the Next Generation

  • Team-player mindset; Team Builder

  • Equipper/Disciple-Maker


Required Education, Experience, and Membership:

  • 3-5 Years working in Ministry
  • High School diploma required
  • Engaged member of SECC; supporting the Statement of Faith and submitting to the leadership established by church

 

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Facilities

Facilities Oversight Tech

Part Time
Elizabethtown Campus

Do you enjoying making repairs and insuring a facility is well-maintained? Are you mechanically inclined? Our E-Town Campus is looking for a problem-solver with a servant attitude to oversee the campus buildings and grounds, make minor repairs, conduct preventative maintenance, and assist with room set up and clean up. This person will report to the E-Town Campus Support Pastor and will follow procedures and protocol set in place by the Facilities Ministry at the Blankenbaker campus, and with contractors, to ensure work is performed safely and in a way that accomplishes the mission, vision, and strategies of Southeast Christian Church. The schedule is about 20 to 25 hours per week.

Some things you would do:

  • Responsible for general maintenance oversight of buildings and grounds; adhering to policies & procedures established by SCC
  • Coordinate and lead a team of volunteers in the area of building maintenance & landscaping
  • Consult, coordinate and assist with Blankenbaker Maintenance Team for repairs etc
  • Coordinate and serve as liaison with contractors for building/grounds maintenance & repairs
  • Generate, receive and complete work orders using the CMMS work order system
  • Insure HVAC is working properly and that thermostats are appropriately set.

You must:

  • Follow directions well
  • Have a mechanical aptitude
  • Be a self-starter
  • Have ability to effectively establish, coordinate and lead volunteer teams
  • Be skilled in use of tools and power equipment
  • Be an attender of Southeast Christian Church

Above all you must be a follower of Christ with a demonstrated alignment with Southeast Christian Church's Statement of Faith and submission to the leadership established by the church.

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Operations

Copyright/Intellectual Property Associate

Part Time
Blankenbaker Campus
At Southeast our Mission is to Connect People to Jesus and One Another as we love where we are.  We know in order to fulfill that mission we must communicate to our communities in many ways. Some of those opportunities require intellectual property compliance.  Would your skills and experience equip you to be the  Subject Matter Expert required to ensure Southeast Christian Church is compliant  in all areas of intellectual property usage?  Above all do you a passion for making Christ known to all persons?  If so please read on and consider applying for this part-time position. 



Essential Functions:

 

  • Ensure all ministries are well informed regarding copyright policies
    • ongoing collaboration with all campuses
  • Maintain, upgrade and revise as necessary intellectual property blanket licenses
  • Provide ministries with assistance in clearing permissions to use others’ intellectual property
  • Be the “Subject Matter Expert” resource for the church for intellectual property issues
  • Assist in IP related contracts/agreements
  • Responsibility for reporting all required IP data from the church

 

Essential Competencies:

 

  • Self-Starter
  • Organize Effectively
  • Strong analytical & problem solving skills
  • Attention to detail
  • Flexible/Adapts to Change
  • A desire to maximize ministry opportunities
  • Communicate Effectively

 

Required Education, Experience, and Membership: 

 

  • Must have an intellectual property understanding and experience
  • Understanding and appreciation of both legal risk, legal precedence and ministry opportunity
  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Member of Southeast Christian Church, or willing to become a member
  • Embraces and supports the Statement of Faith and submits to the leadership established by the church

 

 

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The Outlook

General Assignment Reporter

Full Time
Blankenbaker Campus
The Southeast Outlook has an opening for a general assignment reporter in our news department. The successful candidate would be responsible for writing features and news articles for the newspaper on a weekly basis. A working knowledge of editorial software such as MS Word is essential, as well as an above average grammar skill set. Photography and InDesign skills are a plus. The successful candidate must have previous writing experience. This full-time position reports to the news editor, with a Monday through Friday, and occasional weekend work schedule. An attractive benefits package is also available. The selected candidate will be a member of Southeast Christian Church and have a demonstrated alignment with their Statement of Faith.
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Crestwood Campus: Children's

Weekday Childcare Coordinator (Part-Time)

Part Time
Crestwood Campus

Are you passionate about connecting children to Jesus?  Are you an organized leader?  The Weekday Childcare Coordinator will coordinate schedules for childcare workers and provide a safe, clean, and fun environment for children during weekday events, primarily in the evenings.  This role supports the other ministries of the Crestwood campus while adhering to the vision, mission, and strategies of Southeast Christian Church.  This is a Monday - Friday position with evening and daytime shifts that total approximately 15 hours/week . 

 

Essential Functions

  • Coordinate schedules for childcare workers.
  • Maintain a safe environment for children and childcare workers.
  • Collaborate with childcare staff from others campuses for standardized practices.
  • Partner with campus staff to create and maintain adequate childcare space.
  • Understand role as a support ministry and partner with campus staff to determine best practices and needs for each ministry.
  • Provide basic, minimal adaptation of weekend curriculum for weekday programming.
  • Be a compassionate and flexible team leader.
  • Maintain records and administrative paperwork.
  • Approve payroll.
  • Set up rooms as needed.
  • Clean/launder toys and other items as needed.
  • Provide first aid and seek medical help as needed.
  • Communicate with parents and guardians.
  • Delegate items to childcare staff.
  • May assist in checking kids and staff into ROCK.
  • May sub for other childcare coordinators.
  • May perform other duties specific to the children’s ministry needs at the campus, such as overseeing the organization and distribution of resources and supplies for children’s programming.

Essential Competencies

  • Ability to problem solve and make unassisted decisions as required.
  • Organized and detailed where policies, procedures, planning and scheduling are concerned.
  • A friendly and welcoming demeanor.
  • Works well with others.

Required Education, Experience, and Membership

  • High School diploma required; some college coursework preferred.
  • Certified in CPR/First Aid/AED or ability to become certified.
  • An engaged member with a demonstrated alignment with the Statement of Faith and the Mission, Vision and Strategies of SCC.

 

 

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Information Technology

Programmer/Analyst

Full Time
Blankenbaker Campus

Southeast Christian Church is a family on mission, passionate about using their unique gifts to advance God’s Kingdom by connecting people to Jesus and one another. They serve the body of Christ—the Church—because they’ve experienced the love of God in their own lives. As a result, they are motivated to share it with others by loving where they are, just as Jesus demonstrated and commanded.

Founded in 1962 with 53 members under the name "South Louisville Christian Church", Southeast Christian Church is currently the seventh largest church in the United States. Over the past decades, they have witnessed God working in and growing the church to be a multi-campus, powerfully prayerful, and a welcoming family of believers.

Snapshot: 

Size: 24,000

Denomination: Non-denominational

Location: Louisville, KY


If you have a passion for using your programming and problem-solving skills in support of this mission, please take a closer look at our opening. The qualified applicant will have a working knowledge of software planning, implementation, testing, documenting, deployment, maintenance, will be flexible to move between tasks as project priorities shift, and will steward their time and gifts wisely. This position reports to the Applications Team Manager, although there is a lot of freedom on how best to tackle individual assignments. The person filling this position will be joining a team of highly competent and dedicated programmers, who meet daily to praise accomplishments, to discuss future goals, and to lend a helping hand when needed including limited IT on-call rotation support.

To receive consideration, applicant must:
Have a working knowledge of object-oriented programming and relational database concepts; specifically, ASP.NET 3.5 (or higher), C# (will consider VB.NET), CSS, HTML/XML, IIS 7 (or higher), JavaScript, ASP.NET AJAX, web services, SQL Server 2012 or (higher) with strong t-SQL skills, and Visual Studio 2015 (or higher). Good communication skills. Team player but must be able to work independently too. Familiarity with issue/bug tracking software, content management systems, jQuery, MVC, EF, Bootstrap, HTML 5, CSS3, and SEO is a plus. Must have a minimum of 1-2 years of experience developing database driven web applications based on Microsoft .NET framework.

Requirements:
Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science/Information Systems or a related field
A demonstrated alignment with Southeast Christian Church's Statement of Faith and the Mission, Vision and Strategies


**Southeast Christian Church membership strongly preferred, however must be an immersed believer and an actively growing follower of Christ.**

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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 insure 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.
  • Insure 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 HR Leader in negotiations of most benefit plans, such as health insurance.
  • Partner closely with the HR Ministry on monitoring and forecasting 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 insure 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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Cafe

Cafe Manager

Part Time
Elizabethtown Campus

Our E-Town Campus team is currently recruiting for a part-time Café Manager. The Café is an important meeting and greeting place for those who may visit or attend.  This person is vital to ensuring the smooth running of the Café by overseeing all processes. If you enjoy and relate well to people from a variety of backgrounds, this may be an opportunity to consider. This part-time position will average around 10 to 12 hours per week and requires weekday and weekend shifts. A potential schedule is:

  • Sunday – 8:00 AM to 1:00 PM
  • Wednesday's 9 - 11 AM and 7 to 8:30 PM
  • probably 2 hours + per week for ordering supplies etc .

 

Essential Functions Include:

  • Opening/closing the Café
  • Opening/closing the register and making deposits
  • Sending electronic fund transfers
  • Ordering supplies and keeping track of inventory
  • Coordinating catering and consumable orders for ministries
  • Recruiting volunteers, coordinating serving schedules, training and investing in Café E-Town volunteer team
  • Any additional responsibilities related to the Café


Essential Competencies:

  • Ability to lead by example through encouragement and involvement with volunteers
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills as they will interact with staff, guests, vendors, and the community on a regular basis
  • General computer knowledge and experience with Microsoft Office products including Outlook, Excel, and Word
  • Must be able to lift packages possibly up to 50 pounds
  • Prefer Cafe or Restaurant experience
  • Baptized believer in Jesus Christ with a heart to follow Him
  • Must be a member of Southeast Christian Church, who attends the E-Town Campus
  • Embrace and support the Statement of Faith and submits to the leadership established by the church.
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Production Arts

Lighting Director

Full Time
Blankenbaker Campus

Summary/Objective

The role of Lighting Director is first and foremost to be a disciple-maker. The Lighting Director will lead a lighting team that oversees the creative and functional use of lighting for the Blankenbaker campus. The objective of this role is to create and maintain sustainable and reliable lighting systems, as well as the development of volunteers for all weekend services, special events and programs occurring within their venue. Everything will be done with the primary purpose of achieving the mission, vision, and strategies of Production Arts and Southeast Christian Church.

Essential Functions

  • Provides leadership development for the members of the lighting/scenic team
  • Create a lighting training program to increase quality volunteer participation
  • Provide direction and lighting support for regional campuses as directed by Director of Production Arts
  • Continually looking for ways to enhance lighting/scenic creativity
  • Recruiting, equipping, scheduling, encouraging and disciple-making of the lighting team
  • Direct all aspects of lighting involved in weekend services and events
  • Partner with Prod. Arts Producer to design and create lighting applications beneficial to all programming happening within the venue
  • Active participant in weekly team meetings
  • Develops and adheres to annual lighting budget
  • Create and implement lighting improvements and equipment upgrade plans
  • Managing all lighting assets and spaces
  • Develop and maintain healthy relationships with other ministry departments and campuses

Essential Competencies

  • Have a solid working knowledge of how audio, video and staging integrates with lighting design
  • Have a solid understanding of how lighting crosses over into live streaming and pre/post production
  • Competency in live lighting production and lighting systems, variety of lighting fixtures, hazers, and various lighting equipment
  • Working knowledge of lighting consoles, ProPresenter and various other playback applications
  • Must be a developer and equipper of volunteer leaders
  • Flexibility based on regular weekend services and special events
  • Strong in leadership, creativity and lighting technology
  • Must be a Team Player… Humble, Passionate and Self-Aware

Required Education, Experience, and Membership

  • 4+ yrs. live lighting production experience
  • Experience in leadership roles in either a medium or large church environment
  • College Degree or equivalent experience
  • Champion the Production Arts vision/mission… “Humbly working together to create environments where people can connect to Jesus and one another”
  • Be a member, or willing to become a member, of Southeast Christian Church
  • Demonstrated alignment with SE statement of faith
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Next Gen

HSM Worship Pastor

Full Time
Blankenbaker Campus

Summary/Objective

The HSM Worship Pastor role is responsible for overseeing and developing the musical side of the high school weekly services with volunteer worship teams. This happens in partnership with both the high school team leader and the middle school worship pastor in both philosophy and program collaboration. This role also shapes the beliefs and values of what Biblical worship is in high school while ensuring alignment with the vision, mission, and strategies of Southeast Christian.

 

Essential Functions:

  • Weekly maintenance of planning center account for high school services

  • Weekly coordination & collaboration with high school service producer, production, and high school team members.

  • Disciple and develop teams of musicians and vocalists that volunteer in HSM worship

  • Pastor high school students

  • Shape beliefs and values of Biblical worship on and off the stage with high school ministry

  • Lead worship weekly in high school services, retreats, and camps

  • Have a healthy working relationship & partnership with Awaken Worship.

  • Co-lead Awaken Youth projects and events with both the middle school worship pastor & Next Gen Lead Pastor.

  • Build relationships with other Next-Gen Worship Pastors on other campuses

  • Shape skill development and disciple making of volunteers in unity with middle school worship pastor

  • Print charts, load tracks, and lead rehearsals for weekly worship programs

    Essential Competencies:
     

  • Strong vocal ability

  • Strong Understanding of Music and Production and ability to recruit, equip and train others to serve in all areas of Next Gen programming

  • 5 Years Working in Student Ministry and/or Worship Leading within the Context of the Local Church

  • Excellent communications skills (written and oral)

  • Steady demeanor under pressure

  • Passion for the Next Generation

  • Strong interpersonal skills

  • Process-oriented thinking, Ministry hardwiring, problem-solving skills

  • Experience working with adults and students

  • Team-player mindset

  • Strong knowledge of PC & Mac software utilizing Ableton, Planning Center Online, Pro-Presentor

  • Self-starter and motivator, flexible

  • Strong organizational skills; decisive

  • Solution-oriented; Conflict management skills

  • Ability to multi-task think “Big Picture”, delegate responsibility

  • Must be able to lead volunteers

  • Create an atmosphere of mentor/disciple volunteers

Required Education, Experience, and Membership:

  • High School diploma required; Bachelor’s Degree in Ministry preferred

  • Experience in leading worship in ministry contexts of 100-500

  • Engaged member of SECC; supporting the Statement of Faith and submitting to the leadership established by church

  • Ordained or moving towards becoming an Ordained Minister.

     

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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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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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