Weekly Attendance: 1,000
Neighborhood: Liberty, Missouri
The Executive Director of Administration: The role of the Executive Director of Administration is to oversee the finances of the church, human resources, general administration, and the day-to-day operations of Liberty Christian Fellowship.
Meet Liberty Christian Fellowship:
The vision for Liberty Christian Fellowship began in September of 1985, when Kim May, the founding pastor, prayed, "God, I'll do anything you want me to do." God took Kim up on his offer and impressed these words on his heart: "Start a church." Over the next eight months Kim and his wife, joined by four friends and their children, planned a move to Liberty, Missouri.
The first gatherings of this LCF church plant occurred in the Mays’ home on June 1, 1986, as a Sunday night Bible study. Within a few months, it switched to a Sunday morning worship service as attendance increased. In 1989, LCF bought three acres (with a small church building on it) at the corner of Liberty Drive and Conistor. LCF was a healthy, growing church of about 150 people. Since then, they've added various facilities to accommodate the continued growth and ministries of our church. In January of 2016, Kim retired after leading LCF for 29 years and leadership was transitioned to Tim Fritson, the current Lead Pastor.
About the Executive Director of Administration:
The role of the Executive Director of Administration is to oversee the finances of the church, human resources, general administration, and the day-to-day operations of Liberty Christian Fellowship.
The Executive Director of Administration will be responsible for:
- Adhere to LCF’s values, doctrine, and Biblical guidelines for personal discipleship and ministry.
- Demonstrate loyalty to and unity with LCF, the church staff, the Leadership Team, and Lead Pastor.
- Management – provide leadership in the office environment to ensure efficiency and quality of office work and work flow, work with the Lead Pastor on administrative goals for the church, and report to the Board of Directors as necessary to provide documentation and/or information related to finances, risk management, human resources, or other information on which the Board needs to be apprised.
- Finance – oversee all financial aspects of the church environment, lead in developing an annual budget (including comparable salary data, and present to Board of Directors), provide timely financial reports to the staff and ministry team leaders, oversee contribution data posting and reporting, and ensure systems are in place to protect financial integrity at all levels.
- Legal, Tax, and Insurance – keep current with legal and tax issues pertinent to the church environment, maintain adequate building and liability insurance, and provide oversight in areas of risk management.
- Human Resources – oversee payroll records, employee files, policy development, and vacation/sick leave accruals, maintain job descriptions and the Employee Handbook, supervise benefits administration, and assist in employment issues, including hiring and problem resolution.
- Building and Grounds – provide leadership and oversight for care, maintenance, and stewardship of all buildings and grounds, and oversee utilities and furnishings for all buildings.
- Scheduling and Event Planning – oversee scheduling and use of buildings by staff, congregation, and community, and provide oversight for various church events, including all-church celebrations, receptions, or funeral meals.
- Volunteer Ministries – provide leadership and maintain accountability with leaders of designated volunteer service ministries, including the Welcome Team, the Building Team, the Safety Team, and others as directed.
- Supervision – supervise part-time employee(s) who assist in the completion of these responsibilities.
- Any additional duties as assigned by the Lead Pastor.
What you bring:
A bachelor’s degree is preferred, but equivalent work experience will be considered.
Proven experience in finance, administration, and operations is expected for this position, especially as it relates to the church environment.
- Agreement with LCF’s values, doctrine, and Biblical guidelines for personal discipleship and ministry.
- Demonstration of spiritual maturity and integrity.
- Spiritual gifts or abilities which may include administration, leadership, and encouragement.
- Ability to supervise volunteer and paid staff.
- Experience in problem-solving, communication, and organizational skills.
- Self-starter; ability to work with little or no supervision.
- Strong team player; good follow-through with people and tasks.
- Proven adherence to confidentiality codes; trustworthy.
- Experience and knowledge in church law and tax.
What it's like to live in Liberty, Missouri:
Liberty is a city in Clay County, Missouri, and is a suburb of Kansas City, Missouri, located in the Kansas City Metropolitan Area. As of the 2010 United States Census, the population was 29,149. Liberty is the county seat of Clay County, and is home to William Jewell College. Major employers in Liberty include the Hallmark distribution warehouse. Liberty is also home to the operations headquarters for Ferrellgas, the largest retail provider of propane in the United States. The B&B Theatres corporate office is located in Liberty, the seventh largest theater chain in the United States. The Liberty 53 School District operates ten elementary, four middle, and two senior high schools.
Visit charming Historic Downtown Liberty, Missouri, and discover a timeless blend of fascinating American history, along with upbeat, contemporary shopping and dining. Find a delightful mix of old and new from stores located in the architecturally beautiful buildings on the square, to the unique shops of the downtown business district, to the many businesses nestled on side streets and byways.
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