VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

WANT TO APPLY?

Your interest in a staff role at All Nations Church is truly appreciated. Here, you'll discover more than just a place for worship; it's also a fantastic workplace. If you're interested in pursuing any of our available positions, please complete the application process provided below and indicate your preferred position. Upon receiving your application, we'll reach out to you. Thank you for considering a role within our staff!

HOW TO APPLY?

1. Check us out by viewing more of our website and attending a weekend service if you are able. Click here to read our Mission & Vision
2. Please Email Resume to hrteam@ancfairfield.com
Once we’ve received your information, we’ll be in touch if we’re going to take the next steps

CURRENT OPENINGS

MINISTRY TITLE:  Director of Evangelism 
DEPARTMENT: Senior Executive Staff
REPORTS TO: Executive Pastor Kenneth Madden



GENERAL JOB DESCRIPTION


The Ministry Director is a vision-driven, process-minded leader who can help others deliver results that reflect the church’s vision. The Executive Director will partner with the Senior Pastor, Co-Pastor, and Executive Pastor so that all the ministries in a specific area can be aligned with the ANC’s vision, values, and strategies.

MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES


  • Understands the vision and communicates it to the leaders and volunteers 
  • To oversee and ensure the service plans are executed in direct correspondence with the vision
  • Multi-team management, which includes scheduled planning meetings, follow-up meetings, and debriefing meetings.
  • Able to develop and maintain avenues of communication with each ministry head, thereby iterating the expectations and responsibilities.
  • Able to implement a conflict resolution plan and accountability systems according to ANC 2.0.
  • Develop leaders through monthly training and teaching, including outside sources.
  • Develops and maintains role clarity for the specific area of ministry & their executive teams and volunteers 
  • Develops and plans the curriculum for ministry leaders and volunteers.
  • Oversees all activities and events for all ministry heads in Evangelism area
  • Assist with growth plans for growth leads.
  • Creates and schedules quarter implementation sessions and follow-up plans.
  • Able to serve along with volunteer teams in events and activities
  • Attends in-house training, conferences, and seminars suggested by our Leadership

This leader manages the Evangelism Area Ministries that include Outreach Ministry, Evangelism Ministry, Harvest Team and Extended Hands, Movers, and Shakers Street team.

QUALIFICATIONS


  • 100% Tither and giver
  • Filled with the Holy Spirit
  • Proven leadership skills
  • Organized and able to teach structures in accordance with ANC Leaders and Volunteer policies and procedures 
  • Teachable and Coachable
  • Able to multitask
  • Practical oral and written communication skills
  • Must display a commitment to teamwork, recruiting, developing disciples
  • Member in good standing for a year or more
  • Provide two character witnesses
 
Ministry Director 
MINISTRY TITLE: Small Groups Director
DEPARTMENT: Senior Executive Staff
REPORTS TO: Executive Pastor Kenneth Madden



GENERAL JOB DESCRIPTION


The Executive Director is a vision-driven, process-minded leader who can help others deliver results that reflect the church’s vision. The Executive Director will partner with the Senior Pastor, Co-Pastor, and Executive Pastor to align all the ministries with ANC’s vision, values, and strategies.

MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES


  • Cares for and oversees the church small group division
  • Develop and maintain a system of support for small group leaders and teachers.
  • Understand the vision and be able to communicate it to Ministry Heads and/or Leaders 
  • Recruit and train new small group leaders and teachers.
  • To oversee and ensure the plan is executed in the manner the visionary has set 
  • Multi-team management includes scheduling planning meetings, follow-up meetings, and debriefing meetings.
  • Develops and maintains avenues of communication with each small group leader, thereby iterating the expectations and responsibilities.
  • Developing leaders through training and teaching, including outside sources.
  • Develop a conflict resolution plan.
  • Determine and maintain role clarity for the Small group leaders. 
  • Create a strategy for involving more of the congregation in small group ministries.
  • Stay current in best practices for church small group ministry.
  • Creates and schedules quarter sessions and follow-up plans.
  • Develops system(s) of accountability ie, attendance rules, orientation, etc.
  • Review small group curriculum for biblical fidelity, ability to engage users, and its fit within the church's mission and vision. 
  • Make recommendations of appropriate curriculum to small group leaders.
  • Regularly report to the church’s Executive Pastor and Senior Pastor on the health and growth of the small group systems.
The Director of Small Groups will oversee several hosts, which change each quarter.

QUALIFICATIONS


  • 100% Tither and giver
  • Filled with the Holy Spirit
  • Proven leadership skills
  • Organized with the ability to multitask
  • Teachable and Coachable
  • Practical oral and written communication skills
  • Commitment to teamwork, recruiting, inspiring
  • Member in good standing for a year or more
  • Provide two character witnesses
 
MINISTRY TITLE: Executive Pastor Assistant
DEPARTMENT: Senior Executive Staff
REPORTS TO: Executive Pastor Kenneth Madden



GENERAL JOB DESCRIPTION


The Executive Pastor Assistant provides high-level administrative support to the
church leadership, to assist Senior Pastor, Copastor, or Executive Pastor. The role
encompasses various administrative tasks, such as managing calendars, organizing
meetings, handling correspondence, and coordinating events. Must be extremely
organized, friendly, and experienced in supporting clergy. Effective in communicating
information while maintaining strict confidentiality for staff and members' private
needs and concerns.

Responsibilities
● Manage the calendars and schedules of church executives, coordinating
appointments, meetings, and travel arrangements.
● Organize and maintain various church records and documents, ensuring their
confidentiality and accuracy.
● Prepare and distribute correspondence, reports, presentations, and other
materials as needed.
● Coordinate meetings, including scheduling, preparing agendas, and
distributing meeting materials.
● Provide administrative support for church committees and boards as needed.
● Serve as the primary point of contact for church executives, managing
incoming communications and responding to inquiries on their behalf.
● Facilitate communication between church executives and staff, volunteers, and
congregation members.
● Draft and edit emails, letters, and other communications for the church
leadership.

● Maintain a positive and professional image of the church in all
communications.
● Coordinate logistical details such as venue rental, catering, audio-visual
equipment, and transportation.
● Collaborate with church staff and volunteers to ensure successful event
execution.
● Manage follow-up communications and evaluations after events to gather
feedback and improve future planning.
● Manage office operations, ensuring that the workspace is organized, efficient,
and well-maintained.
● Maintain office supplies and equipment inventory, ordering new items as
needed.
● Implement and maintain office procedures for document management,
record-keeping, and data organization.
● Provide general support to church staff as needed.
● Maintain strict confidentiality regarding sensitive information related to
church leadership, staff, volunteers, and congregation members.
● Ensure that all documents and records are stored securely with appropriate
access controls.
● Adhere to privacy policies and data protection regulations when handling
confidential information.
● Demonstrate discretion in all interactions with church executives, staff,
volunteers, and congregation members.
Education
A high school diploma or equivalent is typically required for this position; however,
some churches may prefer or require an associate’s or bachelor’s degree in a relevant
field such as business administration or religious studies.

Experience
At least 2-3 years of experience in an administrative role is often preferred for a
Church Executive Assistant position. Experience working in a faith-based
organization or church setting is a plus but not always required.
Skills
● Exceptional organizational skills with the ability to manage multiple tasks
simultaneously. Strong communication skills (both written and verbal) with
the ability to interact professionally with diverse individuals
● Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and Google
Workspace (Gmail, Google Docs)
● Ability to prioritize tasks effectively while maintaining a high level of accuracy
● Experience in event coordination
● Familiarity with database ANC app church systems.
● Demonstrates ability to maintain confidentiality.
● Capacity to work independently with minimal supervision
● Ability to adapt to changing priorities in a fast-paced environment
● Emotional intelligence and strong interpersonal skills are essential for building
positive relationships within the church community.