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- Are you a highly relational servant-leader? Do you have the gifts of discernment, encouragement and administration? Check out this opportunity to partner with our ministries to identify, develop, and shepherd others to reach their full potential in Christ. THIS IS US: We’re a growing, multisite, Bible-based community in the greater Louisville area with a passion for connecting people to Jesus & one another. We value: Connection over production (John 15:5). Risk & adventure over comfort (John 3:8). Innovation over tradition (Luke 5:19). Personal engagement over attendance (Luke 9:62). Expressive worship over religious rituals (Luke 7:38). DOES THIS SOUND LIKE THIS YOU? Your ideal job is: Helping others thrive in their ideal role You enjoy: Listening and problem solving You should stop reading if: Your glass is half-empty WHAT YOU’LL ACTUALLY BE DOING: Assist in building and maintaining a healthy staff culture. Proactively build relationships with assigned campuses, ministries, and staff; encourage, celebrate, and serve staff in all matters of employment, ranging from recruitment and selection to exiting employment. Provide guidance to staff and leaders; address questions and concerns promptly and within established guidelines. Assist in the recruitment of new staff; shepherd the interview and selection process. Communicate information to applicants and staff with truth and grace. Utilize “Matthew 18” principles to address conflicts. Partner with the HR Director on highly confidential or sensitive situations. Partner with the Staff Development Director on training and development opportunities. Build, maintain, and improve HR processes and reports, including metrics, surveys, and performance reviews. Utilize HRIS data management systems. Assist in staff communication on our intranet (One Point). Serve as back up for the Payroll & Benefits Manager; assist in the open enrollment process and the onboarding and exiting of staff on the payroll system and benefit plans. OUR MUST HAVES: Strong interpersonal and communication skills Ability to lead self and others well to facilitate creative problem solving Working knowledge of human resource concepts; extensive knowledge of the church culture and its ministries Ability to initiate projects, to remain focused and organized, and to attain strategic goals within stated timelines Ability to manage competing priorities and multiple projects Ability to work under pressure in a confidential environment with the upmost integrity Proficient in Microsoft Office programs; able to learn other systems quickly Bachelor degree required plus 3-5 years of related experience; ministry experience preferred PHR or SPHR certification a plus; or willing to pursue certification Engaged member of Southeast Christian Church (or willing to become one) who supports our Statement of Faith, submits to the leadership established by the church, and lives out church Mantras in tangible ways If you can’t wait to get started, apply today!