Executive Director

Executive Director must be a Christ-led and business-minded ministry leader who can lead our staff and execute the
vision of our church. The ideal candidate is a committed Christian with experience leading organizations by creating
systems and processes. Candidate will be proficient at building and fortifying high performance teams for the
accomplishment of Advent’s goals.

• Support and execute the vision of the Senior Pastor and Church Leadership Team.
• Manage and lead the everyday activities of the church staff under the authority of the Senior Pastor.
• Play an integral role in all personnel decisions within the church staff.
• Supervise staff in a way that maximizes ministry effectiveness and maintaining healthy culture.
• Create systems and processes that further the church’s ministry objectives.
• Align the ministries and departments of the church around the church’s core vision.
• Facilitate an annual strategic planning process to evaluate the ministry effectiveness of the church that
concludes in a strategic plan.
• Structure and facilitate Stewardship and Financial Generosity Initiatives to support ministry and
• Lead the church’s budgeting and financial planning processes.
• Serve as part of the church’s leadership team, helping to set the long-term objectives and strategies of
the church.
• Maintain an awareness of current trends and best practices within ministries of comparable size.
• Work with the Facilities Team to manage the church’s property.

• Proven and Successful experience managing large teams in either the church or business world.
• Excellent verbal communicator: Comfortable speaking before large groups of people.
• Able to speak the truth in love and deal wisely with conflict amongst the staff and the broader church.
• A growing personal relationship with Christ.
• Stated willingness to operate within our church’s statement of beliefs.
• Willingness to use technology to help the church further its ministry goals.
• Ability to engage people of all generations in the ministry of the church.
• A lifestyle congruent with the biblical requirements for leaders (1 Tim. 3:1-13; 2 Tim. 2; Titus 1:5-9).
• Ability to cultivate and nurture a healthy culture with staff and leadership committees.