GENERAL PURPOSE OF JOB.
The Youth & Urban Ministry Coordinator position is for a person who has firmly decided to commit their lives to the communication and demonstration of the good news of Jesus Christ. This position is for a person who is prayerfully called to restore hope to at-risk children, youth, and their families develop holistically in an urban context. The Urban Missionary will invest in and develop the youth, young adults and volunteers who participate in our Adopt-A-Block Project. The Urban Missionary will pray, engage in the life of the community, build intentional relationships with youth and volunteers, preach the good news of Jesus Christ and assist The Salvation Army in carrying out the mission of Urban Impact within East Cleveland.
The Youth & Urban Ministry Coordinator should possess the following attributes:
The Youth & Urban Ministry Coordinator should possess Passion for:
The Youth & Urban Ministries Coordinator should:
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES.
1. Youth Ministry Outreach:
2. Provide vision for the Adopt-A-Block Project:
3. Volunteer recruiting, mentoring and care for the Adopt-A-Block Program:
4. Administration of the Adopt-A-Block program:
Supervise Urban & Youth Intern and Volunteers within the initiative.
MINIMUM EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE.
SPECIAL SKILLS, CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS:
SPECIAL SKILLS, CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS.
Commitment to evangelical outreach.
Commitment to participation in training programs and learning Biblical, theological and ministry applications
It should be noted that the above duties are the essential functions of the position, but other duties necessary to the overall enhancement of Salvation Army service and program may be required.
Further it is understood that as a non-ordained ministry position that Youth Ministry Coordinators communications made in confidence to you are not considered “privileged” under the law. It may be necessary that information given in confidence would be required to be shared in legal proceedings. Therefore, this fact must be shared with those who share information in confidence with you.
You are required to report any suspected cases of child abuse (verbal, physical or emotional) in accordance with state regulations.