Executive Director at FUMCFW


2/3/2021

JOB TITLE Executive Director SUPERVISOR’S TITLE Co-Pastors BASIC FUNCTION The Executive Director’s primary responsibility is to strategically implement the vision and goals of the Co-Pastors by serving as an extension in terms of administrative and human resource management responsibilities. This will include facilitating the church’s succession plan at the Senior Pastor position. Second, the Executive Director serves the staff as their Supervisor/Coach. Third, the Executive Pastor serves the Church Council and the Board of Stewards as their senior implementer and monitor of established goals and objectives for the ministry areas. The Executive Director is a member of the Executive Team, whose purpose is to manage the day-to-day operations of the church and set a course for the future. PRIMARY ROLES Administrator • Keep the Co-Pastors and appropriate church officials/members informed of all significant ministry and personnel issues • Work alongside the Business Administrator and the Finance Committee to develop the annual operating budget, including staff salaries, including ensuring adequate financial resources are available to fund the ministry vision • Serve as a member of the Executive Team, taking primary responsibility for coordinating recommendations and decisions with ministry areas • Attend Church Council, Staff Parish Relations Committee, and Board of Stewards meetings, and represent Co-Pastors in other internal and external meetings as needed Catalyst • Work with equipping staff members to identify, recruit, train and encourage lay leaders for ministry • Help staff members envision, start and empower new ministries • Network ministries together to enhance effectiveness Director • Develop systems and structures that nurture, supervise and develop all core ministries and equipping staff persons. This includes developing ministry descriptions, conducting annual ministry development reviews, leading weekly staff meetings, and developing and managing the program calendaring process • Refine and implement the vision of the Co-Pastors and the Church Council and lead core ministry leadership teams in developing strategic ministry plans for implementing that vision • Foster clear communication of the vision and the implementation plan throughout the staff • Ensure that all ministry areas are coordinated and integrated into the overall ministry vision and goals Mentor • Function as “chief of staff,” mentor equipping staff, exhort staff members as necessary • Act as the primary manager of Human Resources policy development, management, and discernment • Provide primary ownership of clergy/staff continuing education, leadership development and succession planning • Recruit, train, encourage and supervise equipping ministry departmental level staff for the purpose and relationship ministries • Make recommendations to the Co-Pastors and Staff/Parish Relations Committee on the hiring and termination of staff • Lead weekly staff meetings and annual program staff retreat Responsibilities do not include facilities management, supervision of the support staff, or direct management of the operating or capital budgets. These are the responsibility of the Business Manager. ADMINISTRATIVE TASKS • Review/approve expense reports for all program staff • Interview new staff and provide orientation, in conjunction with the Business Administrator • Meet weekly with the Co-Pastors • Meet weekly with the Executive Team Additional tasks and responsibilities as assigned by the Co-Pastors

Contact: Lance Marshall

Address: 800 W. 5th St Fort Worth 76102

Phone: 8173395078

Email:

Website: fumcfw.org/employment

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