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We are currently receiving applications for the following open positions:

Early Childhood Ministry Director

This person will provide experienced leadership and oversight to the team of staff and 100’s of volunteers who minister to kids from birth through kindergarten. We are looking for someone who is passionate about following Jesus, loving kids, building teams and connecting with parents. This person will initially report to the Lead Pastor.



Fulltime salaried position. Schedule includes Sunday morning, Monday night, and special services as scheduled; and office hours Monday through Thursday.

  • Education: Degree in Children’s Ministry or early childhood education is preferred.
  • Experience: Minimum of two years leading in children’s ministry in a large church setting.
  • License/Certification: Maintain pastoral licensing through Worship Center Ministers Network.
  • Specific Abilities: Strong relational leadership ability including volunteer recruiting, team-building, leadership development, problem solving, communication and vision-casting. Comfortable handling child related issues and communicating possible concerns to parents. Highly self-motivated to grow personally. Shepherd’s heart to serve and lead a team.

  1. Create a fun, safe, secure and welcoming experience for parents and kids, recognizing this role often provides the introduction to kids and student ministry for families.
  2. Be an engaging presence during weekend services by providing leadership, care, and support to the staff, volunteers, children and parents.
  3. Oversee all programming and curriculum use for birth through kindergarten.
  4. Ensure there are great strategies in place to recruit, orient, train and develop volunteers and leaders.
  5. Nurture a healthy team culture for staff and volunteers.
  6. Lead regular meetings with the coordinators for connection, care, celebration and growth.
  7. Maintain a strategy for reaching and assimilating new children and families.
  8. Develop regular feedback loops for evaluation and improvement, paying special attention to the “customer” experience of the parents and the “serving” experience for volunteers.
  9. Pursue relationship building with parents of children. Become a stable, supportive presence to them and a resource for issues as they arise. Provide care through hospital and home visitation as needed.
  10. Speak into the updating of the building environments for WC Kids area.
  11. Work closely with the WC Kids Elementary Pastor and Student Ministry team to ensure shared values, curriculum coordination, and smooth transitions for kids and families.
  12. Provide oversight to the WC Kids Early Childhood budget.
  13. Serve as team leader for the Early Childhood admin assistant, providing direction, feedback and encouragement through personal interactions and regular one-on-one meetings.
  14. Fulfill the pastor on call and emergency line duties as assigned and attend pastoral care meetings.


Technical Director

The Technical Director leads and works with the team that provides quality audio, visual and lighting support for all ministry environments of Worship Center. This person ensures that distractions are minimized and that AVL technology is used to help create environments for people to experience God. This person reports to the Worship Pastor.



Fulltime salaried position. Typical schedule is Sunday through Thursday with flexible hours required to support day, evening and weekend activities as scheduled.


  • Education: High school graduate or equivalent. Associate or Bachelor's Degree in related field is preferred.
  • Experience: Previous management and supervisory experience required. Live events production. Working knowledge of both Mac and Windows Operating Systems. Experience with lighting console programming and operation, projection and broadcast video systems, and live audio mixing. Knowledge of rigging, motors, and safety equipment is preferred.
  • License/Certification: Industry certifications preferred.
  • Specific Abilities: Comfortable in a leadership role. Able to delegate effectively, and give directives, remaining calm in high-stress situations. Must possess excellent interpersonal and coaching skills to interact effectively with team members and staff in other departments. Organized with ability to be flexible and multitask. Utilize good judgment and problem-solving skills; a self-motivator; is eager to learn and grow; is dependable and detailed; possesses project management skills. Comfortable running lifts and working in catwalk.

  1. Serve as team leader for the Audio Manager, Broadcast Video Director and Lighting/Stage Designer, providing direction, feedback and encouragement through personal interactions and regular one-on-one meetings.
  2. Nurture a healthy team culture for staff and volunteers.
  3. Provide direction and vision for the current and future AVL technical needs of Worship Center.
  4. Provide leadership and oversight to all AVL needs for services and events.
  5. Oversee AVL support service approvals and scheduling for ministry activities and rentals.
  6. Work with team members to develop AVL fiscal budgets, equipment liquidation, end-of-life equipment planning, and improvements and ensures that AVL budgets are being managed and maintained.
  7. Ensure that preventive maintenance, service, and repair of AVL systems are taking place throughout the facility.
  8. Develop regular feedback loops for evaluation and improvement, paying special attention to the “customer service” experience of the ministries being served.
  9. Complete projects and perform other duties as assigned.