Campus Ministers Wanted – Begin a new career in campus ministry!

Are you tired of the daily grind of 9 to 5 work hours? Maybe you’ve been thinking of doing something which has more of a direct impact on kingdom issues…Look no further than working with and changing the lives of college students who are actively seeking to find out what Gods will is in their lives. Many know God but have yet to see him work in the lives they lead, many don’t even know who God is. What better way to advance the kingdom than to be a Campus minister.

Job Position Campus Minister
Job Description Oversees and nurtures the spiritual and leadership development of a campus ministry by pastoring and empowering students in accordance with the mission and  vision of  AACF.  Is engaged in evangelism, discipleship, mentoring, teaching and training of students.  Meets regularly with Campus Ministry staff team to receive training, mutual support and direction.
Responsibilities Campus ministers can:Attend Large Group Meetings (3 average hours)Oversee the Core Leadership Team and meets with the core coordinatorLead one small group and/or meet with one other ministry weekly

Disciple/mentor atleast one student

Be available to students for general meetings, leadership development, ministry hang time

Meet with staff team regularly (at minimum every other week) to fulfill regular reporting

Encouraged to speak at large group and sister AACFs as needed  and the preps involved

Campus/AACF administration (organizational finances, reporting)

PR with other ministries as needed

Attends and participates in regularly scheduled events including core breakfasts, Leadership Training Conference (LTC)

Personal care – Securing a personal prayer support team, practicing sabbath, etc.

Affirm and encourage compliance to AACF/JEMS policies and procedures

  1.  Has received and can show completion of a Bachelor’s degree from a college  or university
  2.  Demonstrates and articulates a calling to serve God in AACF and JEMS
  3.  Annually affirms and commits to AACF’s mission, vision, policies and practices
  4.  Strong relationship building and interpersonal skills
  5.  Excellent oral and written communication skills
Preferred Qualifications
  1.  Good supervisory skills.
  2.  Involvement as a student leader in a campus  ministry organization
  3.  Teachable and willing to receive ongoing training and  direction in fulfilling  their role
  4.  Demonstrates excellent problem-solving and project management skillls
  5.  Ability to be a team member
  6.  Ability to network and build relationships with students, other campus ministers/workers, campus faculty, and value kingdom connections
Available Volunteer, Paid (part-time 20 or 30 ), or Full-time (40)