ISAAC Opportunities

Youth Ministry – San Francisco

Posted by sedwardyang on December 19, 2006


JOB DESCRIPTION FOR YOUNG LIFE CHURCH PARTNERSHIP POSITION – SAN FRANCISCO

Young Life San Francisco (Young Life) and City Church of San Francisco (City Church) seek to jointly employ a mature, experienced youth minister to serve as a valuable bridge between the youth of San Francisco and a vibrant, growing local church. This person will serve as a part-time employee of City Church of San Francisco and a part-time employee of Young Life, equaling a single full-time position.

Duties to include:

A. Spiritual Leadership
a. Lead a Young Life ministry at a local San Francisco high school or middle school.
b. Lead City Church’s Sunday morning youth program for middle-school and high-school aged students.

B. Training
a. Recruit and train volunteers from the City Church congregation and the local community to assist and multiply the ministry.
b. Attend applicable Young Life and City Church training.

C. Financial Management
a. Manage ministry budget, as directed by Young Life and City Church leadership.
b. Help raise financial support for ministry and salary.

Education/Background:

• College degree preferred.
• At least three years of Young Life or youth ministry experience preferred.

Working Conditions:

• Will sometimes include the extremes of a camp environment (i.e. heat/cold, dirt, long hours and the physical demands of hiking, horseback riding, boating, etc.). Must be able to handle these conditions.
• Will work part of each week at the Young Life office, part of each week at the City Church office, and part of each week meeting youth in the community.


Qualifications Required for the Role:

• Proven relational skills with both kids and adults.
• Demonstrated verbal and written communication skills.
• Ability to maintain confidentiality.

Salary: $35,000 – $55,000, depending on experience

Contact:

Matt Walker, Young Life
cell: (415) 845-4602
office: (415) 759-9573
Email: ylmatt AT gmail DOT com

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