Administrative Assistant Job opening 

Administrative Assistant

The Administrative Assistant is the first person people encounter when visiting our church offices. This position combines traditional receptionist, communications coordinator, and administrative leader in a dynamic ministry opportunity. The Administrative Assistant is essential to the process of communication that links the staff, congregation, and community to opportunities for spiritual growth, service, worship, and discipleship.


The requirements listed below represent the knowledge, skills, and overall abilities necessary to succeed in this position. Reasonable accommodations can be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the functions listed.
  1. Give evidence of a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.
  2. Exhibit the ability to assume a cooperative, supportive role in a multiple-staff ministry team.
  3. Exhibit the ability to prioritize work projects and work requests.
  4. Exhibit a desire to learn and grow in the knowledge of the responsibilities of your position.
  5. Possess computer skills, including Word and PowerPoint, to accomplish the tasks this position entails.

Core Responsibilities:

The Administrative Assistant role merges the duties generally expected of the following:
  1. Traditional Receptionist: Welcoming visitors to the church office, greeting and directing them.
  2. Communications Coordinator: Serve as the point person on all written, email, Church App, and phone communications. Discerning which of the communication modes is most appropriate given the information and intended recipients.
  3. Administrative Leader: Work effectively with the Pastors and church staff to help ensure that the vision for the Ministry and tasks of the church flow in an effective and productive manner.

Additional Information (hours and Benefits):

$18 - $20 per hour
 30-hour-a-week, Monday – Friday,
Paid vacation, holidays, and sick leave
Qualifies for retirement benefits
Visual and Dental insurance options