Receptionist

Journey Church exists to reach people who are disconnected from God and lead them to become fully devoted followers of Christ.

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Job Summary:

The receptionist is responsible for providing clerical support to the staff of Journey Church. They should present a positive image to those who contact the church by phone or in person.

Qualifications:

  • Be passionate about Jesus & Journey Church, and represent both with excellence.
  • Member/Regular Attender of Journey Church.
  • High School Diploma/GED required.
  • 1-2 years of experience preferred.
  • Is outgoing and has the ability to operate in a professional manner.
  • Proficient in the use of standard office tools: copy machine, computer, etc.
  • Proficient in the use of email and Google Suite or willing to learn.
  • Demonstrate organizational skills, as well as an ability to relate well with a diversity of persons: pastoral staff, office colleagues, church leaders,  members, and visitors.
  • Demonstrate a willingness to submit to authority and demonstrates a desire to grow spiritually and vocationally.
  • Maintain  extreme confidence on any counseling appointments or meeting discussions.
  • Demonstrate an excellent ability to get along with various personality types and working styles.
  • Cooperate as a team member in relation with others who share the work environment and responsibilities.

Essential Job Duties:

Responsibilities include but are not limited to…

  • Participate in staff meetings upon request.
  • Greet visitors as they enter the church offices and direct them as needed.
  • Update the church master calendar.
  • Open incoming mail and distribute it to the appropriate persons.
  • Mail correspondence as needed.
  • Oversee the general email accounts of Journey Church.
  • Assist with the planning and coordinating of special events and services.
  • Receive, screen, and direct incoming calls. Take messages when appropriate and distribute to the appropriate person in a timely manner.
  • Make travel arrangements and coordinate speaking engagement logistics for pastors on staff.
  • Respond to the request for general secretarial support as needed.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the Executive Team.
  • Agree and live by the Journey Church membership covenant.
 

Journey Church Membership Covenant:

I will protect the unity of my church

…by acting in love toward other members.
…by refusing to gossip.
…by following the leaders.

I will share in the responsibility of my church

…by praying for its growth.
…by inviting the unchurched to attend.
…by warmly welcoming those who visit.

I will serve the ministry of my church

…by discovering my gifts and talents.
…by being equipped to serve by my pastors.
…by developing a servant’s heart.

I will support the testimony of my church

…by attending faithfully.
…by living a godly life.
…by giving regularly.

 
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If this sounds like you, let’s begin the conversation today by emailing your cover letter and resume to our Executive Pastor, Daniel Bridgman at daniel@myjourneychurch.com.

Handbook & Welcome Packet

•    The parent must complete the necessary registration forms and pay a non-refundable Annual materials fee. This covers registration fees, book, and materials for class.

•    The parent must provide the center with a pre-school/child immunization certificate, or Blue Slip. This is to be kept updated, if it is not, the center will send out a notice stating that the required immunizations are out dated. The form can be obtained through the health department or your pediatrician.

•    The parent will receive a copy of the policies and procedures and will go over them thoroughly. The parent will sign the Parental Agreement form which indicates policies and procedures and agreed upon fees.

•    All enrollment forms, including a Schedule Information Form, must be completed by the parent and returned to the center by the first day of attendance.

•    Parents of children with special needs or handicaps must inform the director of the child’s condition(s) prior to enrollment so it can be determined if the center can adequately meet the needs of the child. This is necessary for the well being of the child.