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- Do you have the gift of administration and a heart for ministry? Check out this opportunity to impact the collaborative work of our Campus Development Team. 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? Organization is your superpower! You love working behind the scenes. Details make you giddy! WHAT YOU’LL ACTUALLY BE DOING: Building and maintaining collaborative relationships within the church and in the community. Providing administrative and operational support to the CDT Ministry Leader. Coordinating and managing collaborative projects for the Campus Development Team; leading and managing solo projects, when assigned. Scheduling meetings; creating calendar invites that capture regular meeting rhythms for the CDT Ministry Leader and CDT teams. Reserving meeting spaces for the CDT Ministry Leader at various campuses. Placing purchasing orders when needed for catering, office supplies, etc. Building and managing meeting agendas for CDT Leader meetings. Taking notes in team meetings and sending follow-ups to team members. Auditing and updating staff communication lists. Organizing incoming email for CDT Ministry Leader to and insure all items are addressed appropriately. Providing other administrative support, as needed. Providing operational support to the CDT College Age Ministry, as needed. Assisting in developing and maintaining the CDT budget. OUR MUST-HAVES: Excellent communication skills in both verbal and written formats. Strong organizational and project management skills. Ability to prioritize and manage workflow in complex situations. Ability to build and maintain healthy relationships with staff, volunteers, and the community. Ability to act decisively with limited information. Ability to be flexible with changing priorities and circumstances. Strong knowledge and experience with Microsoft Office (including Word and Excel) and ROCK. Bachelor's degree and administrative, operational and/or ministry experience. Engaged member of SECC who supports the Statement of Faith, submits to the leadership established by church, and lives out the church mantra in tangible ways. If this sounds like you, apply today!