Administrative Associate

Date Posted: January 11, 2024
Hours Per Week: 10-15
Redemption Hill Church
Medford, MA, USA
Job Type: Support Position
Other Details

As a part of the RHC Staff Team, the Administrative Associate will flexibly assist the Elders & Staff with crucial behind-the-scenes support using attention to detail, comfort with software applications, and excitement to see others grow as a result of diligence. Leveraging unique passions and gifts, this person will help empower the strategic vision of the church throughout the Leadership Pipeline by leading, designing, aligning, integrating, and executing administrative and technological systems, processes, approaches, and details to the benefit of many RHC stakeholders in an independent, confidential, and timely manner.  Consistent with the growth dynamics of a local church, it is likely that role may change over time given the emergence of new opportunities and the development of others.

Key Areas of Responsibility and Execution include:

People Movement & Process Queues: (40%):  Be the central coordinator assisting and executing best next steps for individuals engaged at RHC.

Calendar Management: (20%, with significant seasonal variations):  Be the central coordinator documenting and clarifying all identified occasions expressed through RHC Calendars.

Software Management: (15%, with significant seasonal variations):  Be the central coordinator maintaining and enhancing core RHC software tools used by many stakeholders.

Relationship Management: (15%):  Assist the Elders & Staff by monitoring, initiating, or triaging communication or organizational needs with some key RHC stakeholders.

Measures & Metrics: (10%):  Be the central coordinator overseeing the collection and reporting of critical measures and metrics for the Elders and other other key Leaders.

How To Apply

To request a more complete Role Description, contact John Reddy, Executive Pastor at [email protected]. All inquiries are confidentially received.  Visit HOME | Redemptionhill (rhc.church)