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Campus: Birmingham

Birmingham Events Coordinator

MUST BE AVAILABLE TO WORK SUNDAYS

Title:  Birmingham Events Coordinator

Reporting:  Birmingham Campus Director

Status:  PT (20 Hours Per Week)

Position Description:

Campus Events Coordinator – Plan and execute Campus Events/Special Events. Hours are flexible, but must be available Tuesdays & Sundays, must have some availability Wednesdays & Thursdays.

Coffee & Hospitality Team Coordinator– Recruit, encourage, lead, and schedule coffee team members. Make sure that all food and supplies are provided.

Lobby Set Up/ Tear Down Coordinator- Recruit, lead, and carry out set up and tear down for the lobby. Coordinate and collaborate with the Guest Services Coordinator to recruit and schedule volunteers to ensure that all set up and tear down tasks are completed.

Responsibilities include working weekend Sunday services.

Character:

Demonstrate the qualities of a follower of Jesus Christ, with a passion to love God, live in authentic community, and extend the love of God to those seeking him. Show a strong commitment to living out Kensington Church’s values in his/her Christian life.  Possess characteristics that include generosity, wisdom and courage.  A true servant leader and heart bent toward humility.

Qualifications:

  • Education: High School diploma required; College degree desired.
  • Experience: Administration experience, working knowledge of various computer programs including Microsoft Word, Excel, database programs.  Ability to learn new technology quickly a must.   Demonstrated ability to build volunteer teams.  Project Management experience helpful.
  • Membership at Kensington Community Church or in process.  Affirmation of mission, values and beliefs of Kensington Community Church.


Responsibilities:

Events Planning: Work with Campus team to identify and develop a master schedule for all Birmingham events. Build volunteer teams to help plan and execute Birmingham Campus events.  Responsibilities include identifying communication strategies for each event and coordination efforts with Kensington decentralized ministries i.e. interface with Local Outreach Team for Thanksgiving Baskets. Keep this up-to-date online as necessary.

Sunday morning events include but are not limited to: Super Bowl Party, Easter, Mother’s Day, Volunteer Celebration, Father’s Day, Fall Fest, Christmas, etc.

Special Events include off-service time events like: Spring Serve, Easter Egg Hunt, Warming Center, Thanksgiving Baskets, Summer Service, etc.


Community-building Coordinator:
Identify and recruit teams to execute Campus community-building activities and events. Examples of Sunday events that you will support may include Superbowl Sunday, Volunteer Recruitment weekends, Men’s Breakfasts, Family Contests, Outreach Collections (i.e., baptism celebrations, backpacks, winter coats).  Examples of non-Sunday events may include Campus Picnic, Leader Celebration, Thanksgiving Eve, etc.  Implement communication plans and coordination efforts with centralized KC ministries i.e., Global, Communications, Arts.


Coffee Team Coordinator:
Recruit, equip, care for, lead, and support the coffee team. Ensure team has all of the supplies that they need for Sunday morning service times. Coordinate and collaborate with the Guest Services Coordinator as needed.


Hospitality Team Coordinator:
Recruit, equip, care for, lead, and support the hospitality team. Ensure hospitality room has food, drinks, and welcoming space for others to gather.  


Lobby Set Up/ Tear Down Coordinator:
Recruit, lead, and carry out set up and tear down for the lobby. Coordinate and collaborate with the Guest Services Coordinator to recruit and schedule volunteers to ensure that all set up and tear down tasks are completed.


Self-Starter:
Ability to work well independently completing projects with excellence.


Budget Minded:
Must be responsible for spending within the allotted budget.  Budget-conscious on all event planning.

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Please email discipleship@kensingtonchurch.org with any questions.

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