ODC Kids

Wanted! An ODC Kids Coordinator

With the insurgence of young families & kids into our community, we're currently looking to hire a part-time ODC Kids Coordinator role.  You should be someone who loves Jesus, is organized, is an empowering leader, and who is relationally assertive. Read what follows for an understanding of the role, the time commitment, the desired competencies, and the next steps.

PURPOSE: To coordinate the implementation of ODC Kids.

TIME COMMITMENT: 4-5 hours per week with a monthly stipend

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. I. Resource, Encourage, & Equip the ODC Kids Core Team
    1. Schedule and facilitate the bi-monthly planning meeting with ODC Kids Core Team
    2. Oversee the ODC Kids Master Schedule
    3. Oversee the planning of volunteer trainings & appreciation
    4. Manage the ODC Kids Supplies Inventory
    5. Research new curriculum
  1. II. Recruiting, Training, & Oversight
    1. Develop recruiting strategies with ODC Kids Core Team
    2. Organize & execute application process & Initiate background checks for new volunteers
    3. Assist, Support & Resource the facilitation of ODC Kids Volunteer Training
    4. Develop & implement process for addressing volunteer misconduct and/or child misbehavior.
  1. III. Communication
    1. Receive & respond to incoming online inquiries regarding ODC Kids
    2. Facilitate online forum (dropbox) for ODC Kids Core Team to resource share & communicate
    3. Design monthly e-newsletter for all families
    4. Handle all communications with St. Paul’s regarding ODC Kids facility needs
    5. Act as the Liason between the ODC Kids Team and Lead Team

KEY CONVERSATIONS:

  1. Bi-Monthly ODC Kids Core Team Meeting (Sunday, 3:15-4:15pm)
  2. Monthly Leadership Team Meeting
  3. With Lead Pastor of Open Door (as needed)

KEY COMPETENCIES:

  1. Administration, Communication
  2. Empowering Delegator
  3. Relationally Assertive

NEXT STEP:

  1. Email Jer to set up an initial conversation.

 

 

Gathering Volunteers

volunteer.1.1d881e8 Sunday evenings are a special time for our community to gather, worship, hear stories, be encouraged, learn from God's Word, be challenged, pray together, share the Table, make friends, and connect with one another.  We want to learn together how to better live into our identity as followers of Jesus.  We believe that we don't GO to church, but we ARE the church.

Some of our high values of this gathering time include helping new people connect, caring for the spiritual formation of our kids. and worshiping together as a community.  Would you consider being part of this work and serving your church community?

We are looking for volunteers for the following areas to serve once/month:

Open Door Kids

Front Porch Tribes (Hospitality/Greeters)

Sound and Media

Music and Arts

For more information and to sign up, email: elizabeth@abluedoor.com