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Community Outreach Coordinator

 

 

Rhema Fellowship International Ministries is a new ministry in South Jersey. Rhema Fellowship believes that reaching out to the community and providing opportunities for biblical teaching, financial guidance, counseling and to support the community in life.

Rhema is currently seeking an individual who has a passion for connecting people with Christ, by sharing God’s love and truth, to fill the role of the Community Outreach Coordinator.

The successful candidate will have experience with and be comfortable

+with working in a low income urban setting.

+ Facilitating the growth of individuals thru spiritual encouragement and building life skills is limitless.

+ Should be comfortable and capable with cold-conversation and boundary setting.

+ Ability to recognize the strengths of individuals and nurture local volunteer relationships is also necessary. + Possess a willingness to work with various denominations a in collaboration with local churches, community organizations and government organizations providing a hub for service opportunities and outreach.

Some of the duties expected are as follows:

+Maintain, conduct and facilitate outreach activities for Rhema Fellwoship International Ministries weekly

+ Strong Hospitality skills. 
+ Send out monthly newsletters and correspondence to the community in a timely fashion.
+ Assist with organizing ministry outreach events
+ Facilitate and welcome various volunteer groups 
+ Oversee all day-to-day operations.
+ Partner with and establish strong relational ties with local Directors, Staff and Administrators 
+Opportunity for growth into expanded role.
+ Updating social media outlets including but not limited to facebook, twitter, snapchat

Requirements and Education:

Seminary Training or Ordination, Bible School
+ Preference given to those with a background in missions, management, hospitality, counseling,or youth ministry.
+ Flexibility and problem solving skills
+Self-directed and highly organized
 +Professional appearance
+ Attend weekly Bible Study and Sunday Services of Rhema Fellowship International Ministries

Compensation: $150.00 per/wk

Hours: Monday 10 am to 3 pm, Tuesday 10 am to 3 pm , Thursday 2 pm to 7pm

If you are interested in this position and responding thru indeed please submit a resume and cover letter along with your notification of interest.

Any additional questions and or concerns send them to our email address.

Job Type: Part-time

Job Location:

Merchantville, NJ 08109

Required education:

High school or equivalent

Required experience:

outreach: 1 year

Required language:

spanish

Required license or certification:

Driver's License

 

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