Employment Opportunities

Next Gen

HSM Operations and Project Manager

Full Time
Blankenbaker Campus

Summary/Objective

The HSM Operations and Project Manager will, primarily, work within the realm of home groups, disciple-making, and missions to create operational and logistical pathways of development for students and volunteer leaders to grow in their relationship with Jesus. They will assist and grow HSM through the management and implementation of logistical processes dealing with the day to day operations, as well as, create workflow and accountability on ministry projects and events. In all things, this person will help to maintain alignment with the mission, vision, and strategies of Southeast Christian Church.

 

Essential Functions

  • Inter-departmental Communication/Relationships
  • Work with Events, Legal, Communications, IT, etc.
  • Process Improvement (working with IT, Events, Legal, Communications, etc. to improve various elements)
  • Work with outside vendors, talent and venues for HSM trips & events (including contracts, riders, communications, terms, payments, etc.)
  • Logistic Input for Major Student Ministry Events (Bible & Beach, Camp, Believe, etc.)
  • Partnering within NextGen Ministry to brainstorm & develop ideas, concepts, people, training, process and strategies
  • Weekend responsibilities
  • Partnering with Programming & Groups
  • Assisting with HSM volunteers
  • Lead and develop weekend outreach team
  • Oversee the Student Worker Program for High School and College Age students

Essential Competencies

  • Ability to see a holistic view of Student Ministry as well as it's relationships with other ministry areas
  • Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to maintain long-term healthy work relationships with peers, supervisors, Team Leads, etc.
  • Process-oriented thinking, Ministry hardwiring, Refined problem-solving skills
  • Computer skills including proficiency in Microsoft Excel & Word, Powerpoint and/or Keynote.
  • Ability to multitask and remain self-motivated
  • Project management skills
  • Team-player mindset
  • Strong communication skills, both written and verbal
  • A Passion for Christ, the Church, Ministry, and Students
  • Flexibility in schedule in order to meet ministry needs

Required Education, Experience, and Membership

  • High School diploma required; College degree preferred
  • Biblical background/training/coursework preferred
  • Events management, ministry and/or project management
  • 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

Campus Care Team Member - Part Time

Part Time
Blankenbaker Campus
Are you a self-starter with attention to detail and a servant attitude?  Would you enjoy cleaning and maintaining a well-organized environment where people can gather to connect to Jesus and one another?  You'll work 25 hours/week Monday - Friday setting up for events and performing general cleaning duties in a manner that fulfills the mission, vision, and strategies of Southeast Christian Church.  

  Responsibilities
  • Setting up rooms.
  • Moving furniture.
  • Cleaning specific areas, including windows and floors (carpet and tile).
Qualifications
  • High school graduate.
  • Basic computer skills.
  • Prior similar job experience.
  • Basic knowledge of cleaning equipment.
  • Agreement with SECC statement of faith and willing to submit to the established leadership of the church.
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Safety & Security

Safety & Security Manager

Full Time
All Campuses

Are you a law enforcement and safety expert with a heart for ministry? Do you want to create and maintain environments where people can safely attend events and connect with Jesus and one another? The Safety & Security Manager administers safety and security programs at multiple Southeast campuses, under the direction of the Director of Safety and Security, and contributes to church-wide safety and security programs and procedures in a manner than aligns with Southeast’s mission, vision, and strategies.

 

Essential Functions

  • Identifies safety and security requirements for events and worship services.
  • Collaborates with campus support pastors to help them identify objectives of events, take safety and security requirements into account, mobilize resources for safety and security needs, and establish medical response requirements.
  • Identifies security staffing needs; collaborates with campus support pastors to hire, schedule, and manage the security teams.
  • Oversees contract police officers who provide personal security for key staff; coordinates and directs police officer duties during church functions.
  • Identifies training needs for staff and security teams; provides training as needed.
  • Develops, implements, and updates safety and security plans including:  weekend services, special events, children and student programs, staff members, facilities, emergency response planning, medical readiness, sports and fitness activities/equipment, and property.
  • Establishes and manages medical response programs consisting of volunteer and contract persons; oversees the medical teams.
  • Initiates security responses to suspicious activity.
  • Manages the process for collection and storage of offerings from start to finish.
  • Responds to slips and falls.
  • Manages the access control system and monitors surveillance.
  • Oversees the background check process for volunteers and applicants.
  • Insures compliance to state, federal, and church safety regulations and policies at multiple campuses; Oversees safety equipment; insures compliance of fire and safety codes, chemical use and storage, and food vendors/health codes.
  • Responsible for child safety policies and processes.

Essential Competencies

  • Strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • Ability to develop relationships and network with staff, members, visitors, the public, and all levels of police, fire, and emergency personnel; strong conflict resolution skills.
  • Excellent problem solving skills.
  • A self-starter with the ability to work well independently as well as on a team.
  • Physically able to stand for long periods of time and respond to situations which require physical exertion.
  • Experience in conducting, assessing and responding to threat analyses.
  • Knowledge of safety and security operations; familiarity with law enforcement systems and procedures.
  • Knowledge of equipment, policies and procedures to promote effective security operations for the protection of people, data and property.
  • Fluent in Microsoft Office Suite, especially Microsoft Outlook, Word and Excel.
  • A heart for and understanding of ministry, with a desire to help those ministries whose main focus is to connect people to Jesus.
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality of private and sensitive information.
  • Knowledge of local, state and federal fire and safety regulations.
  • Spiritual gifts of leadership, administration, service and discernment.
  • Ability to travel up to 50 percent of the time to other SE locations, if needed.

Required Education, Experience, and Membership

  • Five years of laws enforcement experience as a sworn law enforcement officer; safety experience preferred.
  • CCDW certified.
  • Available to work most weekend and special events; flexible schedule.
  • B.S. degree in a related field.
  • Engaged member of Southeast Christian Church who supports the Statement of Faith and submits to the leadership of the church.
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Production Arts

Production Support Specialist

Full Time
All Campuses
Are you passionate about using your audio, video, and lighting skills to connect people to Jesus and one another?  The Production Support Specialist will support technical aspects of audio, video, lighting, and stage design across all of our six campuses, while striving to have a Christ-centered attitude.  If you can excel within various roles on the Production Arts team, and if you have a heart for team-building and disciple-making, this role could be for you.
 

Essential Functions

  • Provide solid technical support in areas of audio, video, lighting and stage design
  • Assist with recruiting and training
  • Active participant in weekly team meetings
  • Work within budgeting, spending and capital expenditures for Production Arts pertaining to various campuses
  • Develop and maintain healthy relationships with other ministry departments and campuses
  • Participate in leadership development of Production Arts volunteers

Essential Competencies

  • Be a proven leader with natural communications skills
  • Have a 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
  • Skills at developing process and project management
  • Good working knowledge of computer systems and various office and production software
  • Must be a Team Player… Humble, Passionate and Self-Aware
  • 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 AVL roles in a church environment
  • Solid experience with installing AVL equipment
  • 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, or Southeast Christian Church
  • Demonstrated alignment with SE statement of faith

 
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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 an 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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Next Gen

HSM Creative Arts Pastor

Full Time
Blankenbaker Campus

Summary/Objective

The HSM Gen Creative Arts Leader role is responsible for leading, overseeing and developing the creative content of high school ministry programming in weekly services, and events. This happens in partnership with both the high school team leader and the high school worship pastor in both philosophy and program collaboration. This role ensures alignment with the vision, mission, and strategies of Southeast Christian as we use creative expressions for messaging.

 

Essential Functions:

  • Weekly maintenance and posting in high school ministry social media accounts.

  • Oversee the creative process of curriculum development in partnership with high school ministry teams, including but not limited to leading meetings, design creation, etc.

  • Disciple and develop teams of students in their area of creative arts gifting

  • Pastor high school students

  • Have a healthy working relationship & partnership with Middle School and High School Ministry

  • Develop creative content such as games, sermon elements, and experiences within high school ministry programming.

  • Build relationships with other Next-Gen Student Pastors on other campuses and offer our resources to them.

  • Shape skill development and disciple making of program volunteers in partnership with Production Arts.

  • Lead the execution of creative elements in off-site events such as retreats, celebration services, outreach events.

  • Weekly presence in high school ministry services

  • Weekly communication touchpoints with all high school ministry staff

  • Oversee and organize the use of the Next Gen Dropbox

  • Oversee creative arts equipment (cameras, mics, etc)

  • Oversee seriesrocket.com uploads and maintain the site

  • Package content from high school ministry

     

    Essential Competencies:

     

  • Committed growing follower of Jesus

  • Strong understanding of worship service programming, and ability to recruit, equip and train others to serve in all areas of Next Gen programming

  • 2-3 Years Working in Student Ministry and/or Worship Leading within the Context of the Local Church/Parachurch Ministry

  • 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

  • Strong knowledge of Final Cut Pro, Adobe Products

  • Self-starter and motivator, flexible

  • Problem Solver

  • 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

  • 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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Next Gen

Next Gen Creative Arts Leader

Full Time
Blankenbaker Campus

Summary/Objective

The Next Gen Creative Arts Leader role is responsible for leading, overseeing and developing the creative content of middle school ministry programming in weekly services, and events. This happens in partnership with both the middle school team leader and the middle school worship pastor in both philosophy and program collaboration. This role also oversees, develops and shepherds the staff of the Next Gen Creative Arts team. This role ensures alignment with the vision, mission, and strategies of Southeast Christian as we raise up the next generation of creatives.

 

Essential Functions:

  • Weekly maintenance and posting in middle school ministry social media accounts.

  • Oversee the creative process of curriculum development in partnership with middle school ministry teams, including but not limited to leading meetings, design creation, etc.

  • Disciple and develop teams of students in their area of creative arts giftings

  • Pastor middle school students

  • Have a healthy working relationship & partnership with Middle School and High School Ministry

  • Develop creative content such as games, sermon elements, and experiences within middle school ministry programming.

  • Build relationships with other Next-Gen Student Pastors on other campuses and offer our resources to them.

  • Shape skill development and disciple making of program volunteers in partnership with Production Arts.

  • Lead the execution of creative elements in off-site events such as retreats, celebration services, outreach events.

  • Weekly presence in middle school ministry services

  • Weekly communication touchpoints with all middle school ministry staff

  • Oversee and organize the use of the Next Gen Dropbox

  • Oversee creative arts equipment (cameras, mics, etc)

  • Oversee seriesrocket.com uploads and maintain the site

  • Package content from middle school ministry

     

    Creative Arts Team Leader Essential Functions:

     

  • Act as a liaison with Communications Ministry

  • Oversee and lead the Next Gen Creative Arts Team

  • Lead weekly creative arts team meetings.

  • Training and development of creative arts team members

  • Oversee the Creative Arts Budget

  • Work with and be a direct report to the Next Gen Leader to support overall vision/mission of the ministry

     

    Essential Competencies:

     

  • Committed growing follower of Jesus

  • Strong understanding of worship service programming, and ability to recruit, equip and train others to serve in all areas of Next Gen programming

  • 2-3 Years Working in Student Ministry and/or Worship Leading within the Context of the Local Church/Parachurch Ministry

  • 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

  • Strong knowledge of Final Cut Pro, Adobe Products

  • Self-starter and motivator, flexible

  • Problem Solver

  • 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

  • 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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Next Gen

MSM Worship Pastor

Full Time
Blankenbaker Campus

Summary/Objective

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

 

Essential Functions:

  • Weekly maintenance of planning center account for middle school services

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

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

  • Pastor middle school students

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

  • Lead worship weekly in middle 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

  • 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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Next Gen

Next Gen Ministry Leader

Full Time
Crestwood Campus

Do you want to oversee and shepherd a Next Gen team as they disciple high school and middle school students? This leader will cast and carry out the vision for the Next Gen Ministry at our Crestwood Campus and equip staff and volunteers to connect students with Jesus and one another.

Responsibilities:

  • Maintain and develop the health of the CW Next Gen staff; provide vision, focus and planning.
  • Develop and implement weekly student programming for high school students.
  • Recruit, train, and empower a base of volunteers for each age group.
  • Come alongside parents and equip them to disciple their children on a daily basis.
  • Participate in teaching, preaching, and planning meetings with Next Gen staff at other campuses; develop and maintain peer relationships.
  • Attend and participate in staff and team meetings.
  • Participate with CW staff in ongoing outreach to the community.
  • Participate in weekend services: baptisms, communion meditations, and announcements, as needed.
  • Develop and maintain the annual budget for CW Next Gen ministry.

If you’re a highly relational leader with strong communication and shepherding skills and a thorough understanding of Biblical discipleship, this opportunity may be for you. A bachelor’s degree (preferably in ministry) plus Next Gen ministry, volunteer recruitment, and leadership experience is required. If this sounds like you and you’re an engaged member of SECC (or willing to become one), supportive of the Statement of Faith, and have a demonstrated alignment with the mission, vision, and strategies of SECC, apply now!

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Facilities

Outdoor Maintenance

Full Time
Blankenbaker Campus
Do you enjoy working outdoors and maintaining the grounds of a facility?  Come use your skills and abilities to maintain the grounds of our Blankenbaker campus and create an environment where people can easily gather and connect to Jesus and one another.  

Essential Functions:
  • Maintain grounds:  mow grass, edge grass, water lawns, feed and trim shrubs, tend flower beds, and regularly inspect assigned work areas to insure standards are maintained.
  • Operate power equipment, including:  all types of mowers, edgers, hedge trimmers, chain saws, pick up trucks, Gators, and tractor/loaders.
  • Adjust, clean, and perform minor mechanical work on grounds equipment.
  • Apply pesticides according to industry safety standards.  Identify common weeds and apply control measures.
  • Maintain roads:  patch pot holes, clean drains, sweep debris, and clear snow and ice.
Requirements:
  • Ability to operate a variety of gas-powered equipment, safely sharpen hand tools, and lift up to 50 pounds unassisted.
  • Flexibility to work at any time during the winter and on weekends during the growing season.  Willingness to work under inclement weather conditions.
  • Ability to work independently and solve problems.
  • High school graduate; some college preferred.
  • One year of experience in gardening/maintaining grounds.
  • Valid driver's license.
  • Demonstrated alignment with SECC's Statement of Faith.
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Facilities

Outdoor Maintenance - Part Time

Part Time
Blankenbaker Campus
Do you enjoy working outdoors and maintaining the grounds of a facility?  Come use your skills and abilities to maintain the grounds of our Blankenbaker campus and create an environment where people can easily gather and connect to Jesus and one another.  


Essential Functions:

  • Maintain grounds:  mow grass, edge grass, water lawns, feed and trim shrubs, tend flower beds, and regularly inspect assigned work areas to insure standards are maintained.
  • Operate power equipment, including:  all types of mowers, edgers, hedge trimmers, chain saws, pick up trucks, Gators, and tractor/loaders.
  • Adjust, clean, and perform minor mechanical work on grounds equipment.
  • Apply pesticides according to industry safety standards.  Identify common weeds and apply control measures.
  • Maintain roads:  patch pot holes, clean drains, sweep debris, and clear snow and ice.

Requirements:

  • Ability to operate a variety of gas-powered equipment, safely sharpen hand tools, and lift up to 50 pounds unassisted.
  • Flexibility to work at any time during winter and on weekends during the growing season.  Willingness to work under inclement weather conditions.
  • Ability to work independently and solve problems.
  • High school graduate; some college preferred.
  • One year of experience in gardening/maintaining grounds.
  • Valid driver's license.
  • Demonstrated alignment with SECC's Statement of Faith.
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Information Technology

Network/Systems Administrator (Junior Level)

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

Our IT Ministry embraces the use of technology to support front-line ministries in the pursuit of connecting people to Jesus and one another.  We are always seeking ways to improve the systems and programs that help share God's love.  We're looking for a junior Network/Systems Administrator to partner with our current Network/Systems Administrators to ensure our network is up-to-date and running smoothly, because "ministry" is on the line!  If you believe this may be what God has called you to, please read on:

Essential functions of the position will include:

  • Perform diagnostics of network/server issues
  • Provide tier 2 support for help desk
  • Update and maintain network/system devices and documentation
  • Configure and deploy new network devices
  • Configure and deploy server solutions
  • Stay current with shifting technologies
To be considered applicant must:
  • Be a proven problem-solver/trouble shooter
  • Excel in a team-driven environment
  • Flexible and with an ability to perform multiple tasks simultaneously with accuracy
  • Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science or related field
  • Proven understanding of basic network and server security best practices with experience in the following:
      • Networking - configuring Endpoint switches (preferably but not limited to Cisco); building network ACLS; troubleshooting endpoint connectivity; VLAN network segmentation and subnet management; troubleshooting wireless networks
      • Server Systems - managing Windows File Server; managing Microsoft Exchange; running server updates and maintenance; VMWare, Active Directory, DNS, DHCP, GPO; supporting mobile devices, Windows and OSX; Basic knowledge of Linux/Unix systems; Basic knowledge of data storage solutions and SAN protocols
Prefer an involved member of Southeast Christian Church; at minimum must have a demonstrated alignment with Southeast's Statement of Faith and our Mission, Vision and Strategies


 

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Women's Ministry

Women's Ministry Leader

Full Time
Blankenbaker Campus

Women’s Ministry Leader - Blankenbaker Campus

 

 

Southeast Christian Church’s largest campus is looking for a catalytic visionary who captivates the hearts of women to connect to Jesus and one another!


SCC is one of the largest churches in the nation, gathering over 24,000 people each weekend. Our Blankenbaker Campus, which serves as our broadcast campus, sees a weekly attendance of around 15,000. This role will be tasked with casting a clear and compelling disciple making vision for Women’s Ministry by continuing to create a cultural highway for women of all walks of life to follow Jesus completely. Responsible for cultivating a volunteer culture and engagement as a part of the disciple-making process, this leader will ensure an equipping of the saints to do the work of the ministry.

 

The Women’s Ministry Leader will be held accountable for developing and executing a strategic and intentional pathway for making disciples by providing various opportunities to regularly challenge women to take their next step in following Jesus completely. This includes successful visioning and execution of intentional events designed to connect the unconnected. As the chief implementer of curriculum, this leader will work within the ideals of SCC culture and hold its commitment to Biblical teaching at the highest premium. As one church with many locations, this leader will collaborate as a peer with Women’s Ministry Leaders at other campuses in order to maintain consistent culture and learn from best practices. In addition, the leader will oversee budget, complete staff annual reviews, and other administrative & leadership duties.

A demonstrated effective communicator, this leader must have the gift of teaching. Highly relational and engaging, she must be a catalytic visionary and strategic thinker, while shepherding the Women’s Ministry staff well. Must understand how to lead a team to achieve mission, able to manage and resolve conflict in a Biblical way. Must be a team player with a heart to serve. Looking for someone with a ministry degree and at least 5 years of Women’s Ministry experience in a mega-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 replicate themselves in others, and desire to be developed and grow; if our mission of ‘Connecting People (Women) to Jesus and One Another’ sounds like a mission to fight for, please consider if God is calling you to this opportunity.

 

About the Church:

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 welcoming family of believers.

Snapshot:

Size: 24,000

Denomination: Non-denominational

Location: Louisville, KY

About the Location:

Louisville is the largest city in Kentucky and the 27th largest city in the United States. Referred to as the northernmost southern city and as the southernmost northern city, Louisville is the most accessible city in the country. Located in the bluegrass region of Kentucky, it is one of the oldest cities in the country west of the Appalachian Mountains. Founded in 1778, Louisville is named after King Louis XVI of France. During the Civil War, Louisville was a major hub for Union forces.

With its strategic location on the Ohio River, Louisville’s economy has been tied from the early days to its business sector. The city is home to Churchill Downs and the annual Kentucky Derby, and Fortune 500 companies such as, Papa John’s Pizza, General Electric (GE), Ford Motors, Amazon, UPS, Texas Roadhouse, and Yum Brands (owners of KFC, Pizza Hut, and Taco Bell). One of the nation’s largest health insurance companies, Humana, and the Muhammad Ali Center, featuring boxing memorabilia of the legend who grew up there, also call Louisville home. There is also a military presence in Louisville, with Fort Knox nearby.

The University of Louisville is the major institution of higher education in the city, but there are a number of other colleges and graduate schools in the area as well, including the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (Southern Baptist). The public schools of Louisville offer many school choice options for children, varying from science, arts, and aeronautics oriented schools. There are also many private Christian K-12 schools in Louisville.

According to the 2010 U.S. Census, Louisville has a population of 741,096. The median age in Louisville is 37 years, and the ethnic demographic is 75% white and 20% African American. Louisville has four distinct seasons and 122 parks, covering 13,000 acres.

Ranking in the Top 5 in the country for offering the cleanest water, the city is abounding with cultural activity and outdoor recreation, offering something for everyone. Louisville also holds the distinction of having the largest urban forest in America, the 8,000-acre Jefferson Memorial Forest. Two attractions that stand out are the Waterfront area along the Ohio River, with many shops, restaurants, and special exhibits, and the Louisville Slugger Bat Factory (Hillerich & Bradsby), with tours offered to visitors. The Kentucky Center, in downtown Louisville, is home to Broadway plays and the Louisville Orchestra.

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Worship

Executive Producer, Worship Arts

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


The Executive Producer position has been created to organize, plan and streamline the weekend experience. We want anyone who attends Southeast to encounter an overall experience on any given weekend that is creative, informative, inviting and most of all aligns with our mission, to connect people to Jesus and one another. This person will be responsible for understanding the vision from our Senior Pastor, Teaching Pastor and Worship Arts Pastor and in turn creatively take that vision and execute for weekend services.

Some Essential Functions:

  • Maintaining the consistency, creativity and excellence of all weekend services at all campuses
  • Coordinating timelines and communication between necessary ministry areas in regards to the following
    • main services programming/flow
    • video content and audio moments
    • design of Bulletin and content
    • Next Magazine
    • Sermon Bumper
    • Productions Arts - Stage Sets, Lighting, IMAG & Audio
    • Communication with Campus Pastors to insure continuity in Worship
    • Announcements/Communications in service
  • Facilitate Weekend Experience weekly meeting to evaluate, communicate and execute
  • Interface with SR Leadership as well as other applicable ministry teams and staff at all levels
  • Special events as needed for church-wide worship event
Viable Candidate will possess the following Competencies:
  • Excellent collaboration and communication skills
  • Strategic thinker
  • Positive Leader
  • Flexible and able to lead in a wide variety of settings
  • Detail oriented and possesses a "get things done" attitude
  • Loves and enjoys people with a commitment to unity among other ministries
To be considered applicant must:
  • Have 2+ years experience in a similar weekend-focused ministry at a large church
  • Be experienced in weekend production/programming in a multi-site church
  • Be an engaged member of Southeast Christian Church, or willingness to become a member, who supports the Statement of Faith and submits to the leadership established by the church


 

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Information Technology

Programmer/Analyst

Full Time
Blankenbaker Campus
Southeast Christian Church is all about connecting people to Jesus and one another. 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 3 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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Disciple Making

Community Pastor

Full Time
Blankenbaker Campus

The Community Pastor will focus on launching and developing Disciple-Making Communities in neighborhoods and workplaces throughout Greater 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 Greater 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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Next Gen

Next Gen Worship Leader

Full Time
LaGrange Campus
Do you want to invest in the lives of middle school and high school students and encourage them to personally connect with God through music, singing, and prayer?  Would you enjoy overseeing all creative and technical aspects of Next Gen Worship?  The LaGrange Next Gen ministry team is looking for a musically-gifted person to create and sustain a worship culture; to plan and implement student worship programming; to lead, equip, and schedule worship and tech volunteers; and to shepherd students as they grow in their faith.  If this sounds like you and you want to disciple the next generation of Christ-followers and help them connect to Jesus and one another, apply now!  A bachelor's degree in ministry is preferred; a demonstrated alignment with our mission, vision, and statement of faith is required.  
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Connections Ministry

Connections Pastor

Full Time
Southwest Campus

Our mission is to connect people to Jesus and one another as we love where we are! The Connections Pastor has accountability for guiding all adults who attend the SW Campus to take the next step in their spiritual growth and guide them to become followers of Christ who lead others to being followers of Christ. Are you passionate about leading people to become fully devoted followers of Christ?  Are you a proven Christ-like leader who is proficient in rightly handling the Word of God?  Are you able to motivate and inspire others?  We have an immediate opening for Connections Pastor at our SW Campus.

Position Responsibilities include:

  • Work with the SW Campus Pastor and the Multi-Campus Disciple-Making Team to develop and implement strategies for the SW Campus
  • Provide pastoral care and oversight for on-campus small group environments and occasional off-campus small groups
  • Oversight for New Member Process and the Starting Point class
  • Participate in other pastoral responsibilities such as hospital visitations, baptisms, weddings, funerals, Minister on Call
  • Ensure the alignment with the overarching mission, vision and strategies of Southeast Christian Church
  • Rotating platform host responsibilities with Campus Pastor and Support Pastor
The ideal candidate for this full-time position will...
  • Have a love for the lost in our community and the ability to walk with people in all stages of life
  • Be actively engaged in the work of making disciples of Jesus
  • Have a demonstrated ability to think, plan and act strategically and relationally
  • Be a self-starter and thrive in a team environment
  • Ability to shepherd, recruit, train and empower volunteers
  • Have a
EDUCATION
  • A Bachelor's Degree in bible, ministry or Christian Education is preferred
  • 3+ years in 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
  • Ordained Pastor
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Children's Ministry

Children's Ministry Leader

Full Time
Blankenbaker Campus
Children's 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 children’s 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 24,000 people each weekend.  Our Blankenbaker Campus, which serves as our broadcast campus, sees a weekly attendance of around 15,000.  This role will be tasked with setting the campus vision for birth-5th grade while servant leading a highly talented and capable Children’s team.  Responsible for cultivating a volunteer culture and engagement as a part of the disciple-making process, this leader will ensure an equipping of the saints to do the work of the ministry.  Working closely with the Family Minister, the Children’s Ministry Leader will partner to elevate collaboration and intentionality to equip parents to win as lead disciple-makers with the children in their homes.
 
The Children’s Ministry Leader will be held accountable for ensuring a disciple-making strategy is functioning within their area of ministry.  This includes successful visioning and execution of intentional events designed to connect the unconnected.  As the chief implementer of curriculum, this leader will work within the ideals of SCC culture and hold its commitment to Biblical teaching at the highest premium.  As one church with many locations, this leader will collaborate as a peer with Children’s Ministry Leaders at other campuses in order to maintain consistent culture and learn from best practices.  In addition, the leader will oversee budget, complete staff annual reviews, and other administrative & leadership duties.

A demonstrated effective communicator, this leader must have the gift of teaching.  Highly relational and engaging, he/she must be able to think strategically to implement a vision, while shepherding the Children’s 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 kids, must be energetic and able to have fun and not take themselves too seriously.  Looking for someone with a ministry degree and at least 5 years of Children’s Ministry experience in a mega-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 replicate themselves in others, and desire to be developed and grow; if our mission of ‘Connecting People (KIDS!) to Jesus and One Another’ sounds like a mission to fight for, please consider if God is calling you to this opportunity.

About the Church:

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 welcoming family of believers.

Snapshot:

Size: 24,000

Denomination: Non-denominational

Location: Louisville, KY

About the Location:

Louisville is the largest city in Kentucky and the 27th largest city in the United States. Referred to as the northernmost southern city and as the southernmost northern city, Louisville is the most accessible city in the country. Located in the bluegrass region of Kentucky, it is one of the oldest cities in the country west of the Appalachian Mountains. Founded in 1778, Louisville is named after King Louis XVI of France. During the Civil War, Louisville was a major hub for Union forces.

With its strategic location on the Ohio River, Louisville’s economy has been tied from the early days to its business sector. The city is home to Churchill Downs and the annual Kentucky Derby, and Fortune 500 companies such as, Papa John’s Pizza, General Electric (GE), Ford Motors, Amazon, UPS, Texas Roadhouse, and Yum Brands (owners of KFC, Pizza Hut, and Taco Bell). One of the nation’s largest health insurance companies, Humana, and the Muhammad Ali Center, featuring boxing memorabilia of the legend who grew up there, also call Louisville home. There is also a military presence in Louisville, with Fort Knox nearby.

The University of Louisville is the major institution of higher education in the city, but there are a number of other colleges and graduate schools in the area as well, including the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (Southern Baptist). The public schools of Louisville offer many school choice options for children, varying from science, arts, and aeronautics oriented schools. There are also many private Christian K-12 schools in Louisville.

According to the 2010 U.S. Census, Louisville has a population of 741,096.  The median age in Louisville is 37 years, and the ethnic demographic is 75% white and 20% African American. Louisville has four distinct seasons and 122 parks, covering 13,000 acres.

Ranking in the Top 5 in the country for offering the cleanest water, the city is abounding with cultural activity and outdoor recreation, offering something for everyone. Louisville also holds the distinction of having the largest urban forest in America, the 8,000-acre Jefferson Memorial Forest. Two attractions that stand out are the Waterfront area along the Ohio River, with many shops, restaurants, and special exhibits, and the Louisville Slugger Bat Factory (Hillerich & Bradsby), with tours offered to visitors. The Kentucky Center, in downtown Louisville, is home to Broadway plays and the Louisville Orchestra.

 
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Facilities

Part-Time Facilities Oversight Technician

Part Time
LaGrange Campus

Do you enjoying making repairs and ensuring a facility is well-maintained? Are you mechanically inclined? Our LaGrange campus is looking for a problem-solver with a servant attitude to oversee the campus building and grounds, make minor repairs, conduct preventative maintenance, and assist with room set up and clean up. This person will work in conjunction with the facilities team 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 hours per week. If this sounds like you and you want to connect people to Jesus and one another, apply now!

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Worship

Worship Leader

Full Time
Crestwood Campus
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 to lead our Crestwood Campus in engaging authentic worship. This position reports directly to our Worship Ministry Leader, with much guidance and direction from the Crestwood 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 Crestwood 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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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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Disciple Making

Operations and Project Coordinator

Full Time
Blankenbaker Campus

The Operations & Project Coordinator will work alongside Community Pastors to develop and implement strategies for training and equipping Community Leaders and Partners, as well as, providing tools for mapping and measuring progress, managing projects and building partner relationships. The primary focus is the coordination and facilitation of people, processes and technology that relates to the ministry of Community Pastors agenda while maintaining the mission, vision and strategies of Southeast Christian Church.

 

Essential Functions

Mapping

  • Maintain a map that functions as a metric, vision casting and strategic decision-making tool for the Community Engagement Department.
  • Work to provide a clearer picture of gospel presence in the area
  • Aid in strategic decision making by identifying areas of need along with detailed demographic information about each area
  • Regular Maintenance
  • Adding Community Leaders and Partners
  • Improving the database of Community leaders and partners (greater accuracy and more information).
  • Manage public version of map as well as map to be used internally
  • Maintenance of Zip Code Map illustrating areas of Community Pastor Coverage

Leadership Development

  • Partner with Community Pastors to develop and implement strategies for training and equipping Community Leaders and Partners
  • Oversight of production of training materials/resources to be utilized in the development of Community Leaders
  • Love Where You Are Podcast
  • Lovewhereuare.org blog
  • Neighborhood Groups Curriculum
  • Partner with IT Programmers and Communications Content Manager in oversight of lovewhereuare.org site
  • Ensure all information on the site is up to date

Develop & Manage Infrastructure of Community Engagement Department

  • Partner with Community Pastors to create and implement strategies and processes to aid in the execution of ministry
  • Where necessary, create standardization for greater efficiency and sustainability
  • Organize data, develop strategies, set timelines and follow up on execution of projects
  • Gather, analyze and manage data
  • Story Database
  • Community Leader Database
  • Schools Database
  • Partner with IT Department in the utilization of ROCK for Community Engagement Processes
  • Community Leader Database
  • Email Templates

Metrics

  • Maintain real time data on the numbers that drive mission
  • Number of Community Leaders and Partners
  • Develop the specific indicators for a practical measurement of “Gospel within walking distance”

Essential Competencies

  • Analytical Skills, the ability to interpret and digest complex systems, issues or problems. Creates insightful and comprehensible reports on findings. Devises methods for improving processes
  • Strategic/Forward Thinker/Learner. Able to devise, define and outline constructive strategies. See future plan clearly. Has broad vision that spans widely across time and ministries. Capably translates high level strategies into practical implementation steps.
  • Ability to maintain confidentially and non-disclosure of sensitive information
  • Strong process management, logistical and planning skills to effectively develop and communicate the plan
  • Ability to take minimal direction and achieve quality results independently
  • Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to interface well with other ministries and campuses, peers, and leaders. Relates well to people both verbally and in written form. Expresses self well one-on-one or in groups. Builds rapport up, down, sideways, inside and/or outside organization. Ably resolves conflicts; confronts or asserts with strength, tact and diplomacy. Provides clear directions and information people need to know. Is timely in communication. Listens well.
  • Project/Task Management. Demonstrates the ability to work within timelines, SECC structures and budgets for successful completion of assigned tasks or projects. Understand and monitors critical path for projects. Assigns roles and communicates with project team effectively.

Required Education, Experience, and Membership

  • Project Management experience required
  • Project Management Professional Certification preferred
  • Advanced experience with Microsoft Office products including Excel, Visio and PowerPoint
  • Communications skills; able to communicate clearly and succinctly both verbally and in writing
  • Strong leadership, cross-functional collaboration, relationship building skills, and conflict management
  • Ability to manage multiple tasks and priorities, analyze complex problems and suggest appropriate solutions
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • Engaged member of SECC; supporting the Statement of Faith and submitting to the leadership established by the church
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Next Gen

Student Connections Associate

Full Time
Southwest Campus

At Southeast we believe the local church should reflect its community.  We are excited to see this belief becoming reality at our SW Campus. With that in mind, we are committed to making our Next Gen discipleship model more reflective of this.  If you are passionate about the next generation and desire to help us in establishing a multi-cultural discipleship strategy that will "connect students to Jesus and one another", then please prayerfully read on to see if God may be calling you to apply.

Objective:

Work on our Student Connections Team with an emphasis of helping us step into a multi-cultural ministry. The Student Connections Team primarily focuses on 3 things…

  1. Connect new student to our ministry (reach)
  2. Connect our students to groups (build)
  3. Connect our students in groups with serving opportunities in the church. Community and around the world (equip)

Essential Functions

Reach

  • Assist student ministry team in connecting with local schools (personal emphasis on 2 schools)
  • Oversee the High School Ministry (HSM) Open Gym.
  • Plan/oversee Middle School Ministry (MSM) outreach events.
  • Connect students in our church that are not connected to our ministry.

 

Build

  • Establish a multi-cultural discipleship plan.
  • Lead a group during MSM & HSM Worship.

 

Equip

  • Mobilize students to serve in our church, city and around the world.

 

Programming

  • Preach when scheduled during MSM & HSM Worship.
  • Join the rest of the student ministry team in creating a multi-cultural worship environment.
  • Join the rest of the student ministry team in recruiting new volunteers.

 

Essential Competencies

  • Desire to help build a multi-cultural ministry
  • Leadership Development
  • Ability to pastor/shepherd students and volunteers
  • Volunteer Recruitment, Development and Empowerment
  • Strong Communication, Facilitation and Management Skills

 

Required Education, Experience, and Membership

  • College Education – Bachelor’s Degree
  • 2 Years of experience working as a volunteer or on staff in student ministry
  • Alignment with the SECC Statement of Faith, values, mission, vision, and strategies
  • Member of Southeast Christian Church

 

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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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Production Arts

Video Director

Full Time
Blankenbaker Campus
Summary/Objective
The role of SE Video Director is first and foremost to be a disciple-maker. The Video Director will lead a video team that oversees the creative and functional use of live video for Blankenbaker. The objective of this role is to create and maintain sustainable and reliable video 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 video team
  • Create a live video training program to increase quality volunteer participation
  • Continually looking for ways to enhance live video creativity
  • Recruiting, equipping, scheduling, encouraging and disciple-making of the live video team
  • Direct all aspects of live video involved in weekend services and events
  • Partner with Prod. Arts Producer to design and create live video applications beneficial to all programming happening within the venue
  • Active participant in weekly team meetings
  • Develops and adheres to annual video budget
  • Create and implement live video improvements and equipment upgrade plans
  • Managing all live video assets and video spaces
  • Develop and maintain healthy relationships with other ministry departments and campuses

Essential Competencies
  • Have a solid working knowledge of how audio, lighting and staging integrates with live video
  • Have a solid understanding of pre/post production as it crosses over into live production
  • Competency in live video production and HD/SDI video systems, switchers, cameras, matrix routers, recording gear and various digital video equipment
  • Working knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite, Final Cut, ProPresenter and various other video applications
  • Must be a developer and equipper of volunteer leaders
  • Flexibility based on regular weekend services and special events
  • Strong in leadership, creativity and live video technology
  • Must be a Team Player… Humble, Passionate and Self-Aware

Required Education, Experience, and Membership
  • 4+ yrs. live video 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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Communications

Web Content Coordinator

Full Time
Blankenbaker Campus

In our mission of connecting people to Jesus and one another, web and digital platforms are vital growth areas to extend our reach further beyond the walls of Southeast. Technology is constantly evolving; therefore the Web Content Coordinator must keep up with current digital and technological trends. It is vital that our web and mobile properties, applications, and all online tools are current, relevant, and more importantly drive engagement. This is a role for a content generator – someone who is a self-motivated individual with experience and skills in web content management, writing and editing for the web, and site management. In addition to writing, editing, and proofreading site content, this person will work hard to maintain site standards. They will also be responsible for the creation and deployment of our online email marketing communications. You must be a good communicator and enjoy working with all the different ministries within this church. We are looking for someone who is a creative visionary with a passion for web and mobile applications that can advance the progression of the church and God’s Kingdom. 
 

Essential Functions
 

  • Coordinate and implement website updates, including new and existing content additions, deletions and modifications as well as approved digital enhancements within a web-based Content Management System.
  • Create, develop, and manage content for the church web properties
  • Assist the Communications Strategist in the vision and development towards redesign of the SECC website and application.
  • Coordinate web projects across ministries
  • Maintain a consistent tone and branding throughout all web properties
  • Working with a cross-ministry team, maintain and develop the master content calendar for the church website
  • Design digital media campaigns aligned with ministry goals
  • Copyedit and proofread all web content
  • Create, manage, and deploy email marketing communications to provided email lists.
  • Maintain existing SECC email contacts and strategize new ways to grow our email database.
  • Analyze web data through Google Analytics and make necessary improvements to the website and app.
  • Keep current with emerging web technologies and always be willing to add to existing skill set
 

Essential Competencies
 

  • Understanding of responsive design and mobile device content display
  • Moderate understanding of online, open source website creation platforms (Wordpress, Wix, Squarespace, Rock RMS) is a must.
  • Understanding of visual elements (layout, type and fonts)
  • Experience editing photography and images for use on websites
  • Moderate understanding of Google Analytics and web metrics
  • Exceptional oral and written communication skills
  • Ability to display professionalism and an ongoing positive, Christian attitude while working with a multitude of ministries and volunteers
  • Strong time-management and organizational skills
  • Passion, integrity, humility and a calling to serve
  • Ability to work collaboratively with team members, ministries and vendors
  • Ability to function independently, yet contribute to a team environment and goals
 

Required Education, Experience, and Membership
 

  • Bachelor’s degree in Marketing, Communications, Journalism or a related field
  • 2-5 years’ experience managing content and production for websites
  • Experience working with Google Analytics for tracking and reporting on all relevant site metrics
  • Engaged member of Southeast Christian Church who supports the Statement of Faith and submits to the leadership established by the church 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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Production Arts

Audio Director

Full Time
Blankenbaker Campus
Summary/Objective
The Blankenbaker Campus Audio Director will oversee all aspects of live audio for the Blankenbaker Campus worship center. This oversight will ensure the functional use of the worship center for effective production support and ministry execution in all areas of audio reinforcement. The main objectives of this role will be to create and maintain sustainable audio systems as well as to develop volunteers for long-term support of all events and programs occurring within the Blankenbaker Campus worship center. Everything will be done with the primary purpose of achieving the mission, vision, and strategies of Southeast Christian Church.

Essential Functions
The essential function of this role is two-fold: the functional oversight and maintenance of all live audio production aspects of the Blankenbaker worship center, and the development and mentoring of a highly competent audio staff and volunteer team who work together to connect people to Jesus and one another through each event. This includes, but is not limited to:
  • Recruiting, equipping, scheduling, encouraging, and disciple-making of audio staff and volunteers.
  • Directing any and all technical live audio elements involved in weekend services and events in the Blankenbaker worship center venue.
  • Striving to assist in the live audio development of other venues within the Blankenbaker campus as directed by Blankenbaker Technical Director.
  • Working with other members of the Production Arts team to provide live audio support and developing the best practices to support other campuses.
  • Maintaining and repairing any and all audio production equipment in the Blankenbaker worship center venue and other venues of the campus as directed by Blankenbaker Technical Director.
  • Researching, designing, and purchasing any and all live audio equipment and systems in the Blankenbaker worship center venue.
  • Coordinating installs of any audio equipment in the Blankenbaker worship center venue.
  • Creating and implementing long-term building and equipment upgrade plans as it relates to live audio reinforcement.
  • Overseeing any live audio needs that might be required for off-site programming as directed by Blankenbaker Technical Director.
  • Overseeing and managing the reservation and usage of Blankenbaker worship center audio equipment.
  • Developing and maintaining healthy relationships with other ministry departments and campuses.

Essential Competencies
  • 5+ yrs live production experience
  • Proficiency in live audio engineering, including but not limited to 4+ yrs experience mixing FOH (A1), monitors, proper mic techniques, dynamics processing, equalization techniques, RF coordination, basic studio recording, digital audio, system design and control, networking, room tuning and equipment repair
  • Experience with SMAART or equivalent room tuning software and procedures
  • Proficiency on various mixing consoles, analog and digital
  • Must be a developer and equipper of volunteer leaders
  • Must be a team player who operates out of humility

Required Education, Experience, and Membership
  • College Education – degree in audio engineering or equivalent work experience in live audio engineering
  • 4+ Years of Experience working as a volunteer or on staff in this specific area of ministry
  • Member of Southeast Christian Church, or willing to become member upon employment
  • Demonstrated alignment with Southeast’s Statement of Faith
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Children's Ministry

Weekday/Weekend Childcare - LaGrange

Part Time
LaGrange Campus
Do you have a servant's heart and a passion for children?  The ideal candidate for this position will enjoy serving by caring for children from birth through fifth grade while their parents are deepening their faith through Bible studies.  The responsibilities include leading a Bible based lesson, age appropriate activities, and basic care while encouraging each child to build a relationship with Jesus Christ.  Must have demonstrated agreement with Southeast's statement of faith.  Work times can vary, however, typical times are as follows:

Wednesday mornings:  8:45 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Tuesday Evenings:  5:45 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Occasional Sunday Evenings:  5:15 p.m. to 8:15 p.m.
 
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Communications

Videographer/Editor

Full Time
Blankenbaker Campus

Summary/Objective

The Videographer/Editor should be an experienced creative storyteller that uses vision, aesthetics, composition, and editing to passionately tell God’s stories in an innovative and compelling way. This person will develop, shoot, and edit video; working collaboratively alongside pastors, ministry leaders at all campuses, as well as other videographers and creatives. The ideal candidate will not just capture moments or create “stuff”, but will be a fountain of development ideas, helping leaders to actualize their vision. Above all else, they must help to maintain, promote and convey the mission, vision, and strategies of Southeast Christian Church.

 

 

Essential Functions

  • Generating and developing creative ideas
  • Using cinematography and video lighting techniques with a multitude of cameras including Sony C100/F3/FS100, Canon 5D/7D, and GoPro as well as industry standard set lighting and grip equipment
  • Editing of various projects using Adobe Premi
  • Working, both independently and collaboratively, with teams that include ministry leaders, producers, directors, other videographers, motion graphics artists, writers and sound designers.

 

Essential Competencies

  • Mastery of digital storytelling techniques required (lighting, cinematography, editing)

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

  • Strong understanding of innovative storytelling techniques—narrative plot development, lighting, composition, non-linear editing, and color grading

  • Ability to develop creative ideas within teams and be a team-player alongside other creatives.

  • Strong time-management and organizational skills.

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

  • Ability to adapt quickly to change and willingness to learn and develop new skill sets

  • Mastery in Adobe Premiere

  • Proficiency in Color Grading

  • Intermediate working ability in After Effects, Cinema 4D and Photoshop a bonus (not required)

     

    Required Education, Experience, and Membership

  • Bachelor’s degree in Film Production or Communications

  • 5+ years professional filmmaking and editing experience

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

  • Reel of video work must be submitted upon applying

     

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Weekday Childcare

Weekday Childcare SW Campus

Part Time
Southwest Campus
Do you have a servant’s heart for Christ with a passion for working with children? The ideal candidate for this part-time position will enjoy serving by caring for children from birth through fifth grade while their parents are deepening their faith through Bible studies. The responsibilities include leading a Bible based lesson, age appropriated activities and basic care while encouraging each child to build a relationship with Jesus Christ.
 
Weekday Childcare Ministry serves by semester for classes as well as one-time events. Work hours/times may vary, however, morning and evening hours are typically available each semester.

To be considered applicant must have a demonstrated agreement with Southeast's statement of faith.

We will need workers on Wednesdays for evening and/or daytime as follows:
Wednesday Evenings - 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Wednesday Mornings  - 9:30 am to 11:30 am
 
 
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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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Weekday Childcare

Weekday Childcare Crestwood Campus

Part Time
Crestwood Campus
Do you have a servant’s heart with a passion for children? The ideal candidate for this position will be a mature believer, perhaps someone who has raised their own children and would now enjoy the opportunity to still love on and care for children for a short time period, but then hand them back to their parents!  This job involves caring for children from birth through fifth grade while their parents are deepening their faith through Bible studies and other church events. The responsibilities include leading a Bible based lesson, age appropriated activities and basic care while encouraging each child to build a relationship with Jesus Christ.

Weekday Childcare Ministry serves by semester for classes as well as one-time events. Work hours may vary, however, morning and evening hours are typically available each semester. Current needs include Wednesday morning, Thursday morning, and Wednesday evening shifts.  Flexibility is crucial as this ministry of childcare at our Crestwood Campus grows!

To be considered applicant must have a demonstrated agreement with Southeast's statement of faith.
 
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