KidsEdge Preschool Teachers

KidsEdge teachers provide Christ-centered care and education for our week-day preschool.

School days are Monday/Wednesday 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Key Roles and Responsibilities

  • Care for children (birth-Pre-K) including supervising and monitoring the safety of children in their care
  • Prepare and plan daily schedules and lessons for the school year
  • Follow schedules and routines to ensure that children have enough physical activity, rest and playtime.
  • Partner is making disciples in the classroom
  • Follow preschool policies and protocols for safety, security and care of the children.
  • Clean and care for spaces after each school day and ensure rooms are properly stocked.
  • Strong healthy relationships with other teachers, WoodsEdge staff and parents.
  • Maintain open communication with parents.
  • Meet all applicable handbook/policy regulations
  • Stay up to date on CPR and First Aid certification
  • Meet the necessary 24 hour training annual requirement
  • Attend all KidsEdge Preschool trainings and meetings

Requirements

  • High school diploma or GED; Bachelor’s degree in related field preferred.
  • Previous experience working with children & infants
  • CPR, First Aid certifications, preferred
  • Child Abuse Prevention training within 30 days of hire date.
  • Christ follower with the ability to share the love of Jesus with small children
  • Demonstrate a lifestyle of holiness, love and compassion
  • Good verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong team player
  • Proven work ethic and strong sense of excellence

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Childcare Care Giver

Do you have experience caring for children?  Do you have a heart for them to know the love of Jesus?  Are you looking for an opportunity that will allow you to work a few hours per week?

Come join our team.  Childcare workers provide Christ-centered care during events at WoodsEdge Community Church. We have flexible opportunities for evenings, days and weekends. 

Responsibilities

  • Care for children including supervising and monitoring the safety of children
  • Assist children with activities provided by a team lead
  • Follow policies and protocols for safety, security, and care of the children
  • Clean and care for spaces.  Ensure rooms are properly stocked

Requirements

  • High school diploma, GED or equivalent
  • Previous experience working with children & infants preferred
  • CPR, First Aid certifications, preferred
  • Child Abuse Prevention training within 30 days of hire date.
  • Christ follower with the ability to share the love of Jesus with small children
  • Demonstrate a lifestyle of holiness, love, and compassion
  • Good verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong team player
  • Proven work ethic and a strong sense of excellence

Apply

Tech Manager

 POSITION SUMMARY 

The major purpose and responsibility of the Tech Manager is to work in cooperation with the Generations Director & Technical Director in facilitating excellent worship and event experiences. They will lead the Generations Ministry tech team, which includes both volunteers and paid staff, to support the technical needs for all services and special events for the Generations team. 

KEY ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 

  • Oversee all live production technical personnel needed to run events for Young Adults, Student, Fifty6, Kids Ministries. This includes recruiting, scheduling, and training of audio, video, and lighting production staff and volunteers. 
  • Oversee live production, including Sundays, Wednesdays, special events, live broadcast, and recordings for all Generations events. 
  • Oversee lyric and video playback using ProPresenter. This includes loading media for all events and keeping the lyric database up to date. 
  • Oversee video switcher for output to main screens, confidence monitor, lobby and live broadcast solutions. Manage camera placement and shading adjustments as necessary. 
  • Oversee lighting for Services, worship, video broadcast/Recordings, and special events. This includes lighting fixture placement, grouping, and upkeep of lamps. 
  • Lead in the tech planning and execution of special services (Craze, Summer Nights, Freedom Weekend, Camp, etc.) 
  • Collaborate with Technical Director in all audio, video, and lighting design and installation projects. 
  • Work with Technical Director and team to plan, build, and implement stage designs. 
  • Assist Tech Team in the set up and execution of various church-wide events that take place in the Student Building (as necessary). 
  • Keep Generations Director informed of the status of ministry and sensitive/critical issues. 
  • Communicate special needs to Generations Manager. 
  • Attend WE staff events, prayer, meetings, team meetings, etc. 
  • Commitment to personal time with God every day to pursue a heart that loves Jesus, and to ongoing spiritual, personal, and professional growth 
  • Oversee all repairs and upgrades. 
  • Work in lifts to setup lights and projectors 
  • Be able to lift 60lbs 

SUCCESS OUTCOMES 

  • Purposefully and pastorally lead the Student Ministry tech team each week. 
  • Successfully develop adult leaders and students to effectively run the tech positions. 
  • Builds a strong relationship between our WE Staff Tech Team and Generations Tech Team. 
  • Well executed live production for services and events. 
  • Healthy collaborative relationship with ministries and event coordinators. 
  • Increasing skill / mastery in production. 
  • Replication – Build volunteer support teams. 
  • Professional, consistent, and high-quality audio, video, and lighting. 

REQUIREMENTS 

  • Bachelor’s Degree, preferred 
  • 3+ years live AVL production experience preferred. 
  • Equipment troubleshooting and repair capabilities a plus. 
  • Experience working in all areas of technical production including audio, video, and lighting. 
  • Have a working knowledge of AVL, power, best practices, and implementation. 
  • Experience leading and training volunteer teams a plus. 
  • Flexibility and adaptability. 
  • A positive and servant-hearted attitude. 
  • Self-starter and driven to succeed. 
  • Able to collaborate with a team. 
  • Active prayer intercessor 
  • Agreement with our Statement of Faith, and demonstration of our faith through actions and lifestyle 
  • Ownership of the WoodsEdge mission & values emphasizing prayer, passion, humility, and kingdom-mindedness. 

PERFORMANCE MEASURES 

  • Getting it Done – Ability to perform role & responsibility; work ethic 
  • Moving the Needle – Success outcomes and the ability to deliver excellence to your role for the good of WoodsEdge; initiative 
  • Practicing Greatness - Commitment to ongoing spiritual, personal and professional growth. 
  • Living it Out - Strong commitment to living out WE mission, vision and Values 
  • Building Teams – Seeks to make others better through development, leadership, collaboration, and healthy conflict resolution. 
  • Coaching & Feedback - Willingness to be coached, evaluated, and held accountable. 

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Media Coordinator

Position Summary

The Media Coordinator work alongside the Technical Director to oversee media for all services and events. This person will help coordinate Sunday morning and Wednesday night services and manage our ProPresenter tech volunteers.

Key Roles and Responsibilities

List of primary responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:

  • Oversee media libraries, song files, message notes, announcement slides and environmental graphics.
  • Load all media into ProPresenter presentations for services and events
  • Collaborate with worship pastor and technical director to plan and execute Sunday and Wednesday night services
  • Work with Technical Director to oversee volunteers for ProPresenter, which includes recruitment, scheduling, and training.
  • Assist Technical Director in planning and execution of special services (Christmas, Easter, other)
  • Work with other ministries (e.g., Children, Students, others) to assess media needs and address those needs. This includes training for ministry teams and their volunteers.
  • Set as a high priority the recruitment and development of media tech volunteers within the church.
  • Assist Live video production manager to deliver live video campus wide, including live broadcast.
Success Outcomes
  • Produce skilled media volunteers and quality leaders.

  • WoodsEdge ministries are well-served and their needs are met.

  • Stress free environment for volunteers

Requirements
  • 3+ years’ service production experience preferred.
  • Experience working in some areas of technical production including audio, video, and lighting.
  • Experience leading a volunteer team is a plus.
  • Flexibility and adaptability.
  • A positive and servant-hearted attitude.
  • Self-starter and driven to succeed.
  • Highly collaborative
Performance Measures
  • Getting it Done – Ability to perform role & responsibility; work ethic
  • Moving the Needle – Success outcomes and the ability to deliver excellence to your role for the good of WoodsEdge; initiative
  • Practicing Greatness - Commitment to ongoing spiritual, personal and professional growth.
  • Living it Out - Strong commitment to living out WE mission, vision, and values
  • Building Teams – Seeks to make others better through development, leadership, collaboration, and healthy conflict resolution.
  • Coaching & Feedback - Willingness to be coached, evaluated, and held accountable.

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Event Crew

Position Summary

This position is responsible for completing event setup, cleanup & general support before, during and after services or events. This position helps with event setup/takedown and provides support to the event staff and serves as a custodian while events are underway. Additionally, position performs routine custodial tasks within the property to help maintain the cleanliness, sanitary condition, safety and appearance of WoodsEdge Community Church

Key Roles and Responsibilities

List of primary responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:

  • Set up and take down of table and chairs
  • Removal or reconfiguration of furnishings as needed to support events
  • Set up of outdoors spaces including tables, tents, kiosks etc
  • Maintains a clean and safe environment by removing trash and litter
  • Supports facilities team as directed
  • Other duties as assigned or requested 
Success Outcomes
  • Reliable team member
  • Well supported events
  • Positive collaboration and teamwork
Requirements
  • Ability to lift 40 pounds
  • Must be a team player and able to anticipate what needs to be done and do it willingly, regardless of the level of the task.
  • Posses a servants heart
  • Able to follow instruction and act quickly
  • Strong work ethic
  • Sound judgment, adaptability, flexibility, and creative problem-solving when confronted with changing and challenging circumstances.
Performance Measures (do not change)
  • Getting it Done – Ability to perform role & responsibility; work ethic
  • Moving the Needle – Success outcomes and the ability to deliver excellence to your role for the good of WoodsEdge; initiative
  • Practicing Greatness - Commitment to ongoing spiritual, personal and professional growth.
  • Living it Out - Strong commitment to living out WE mission, vision, and values
  • Building Teams – Seeks to make others better through development, leadership, collaboration, and healthy conflict resolution.
  • Coaching & Feedback - Willingness to be coached, evaluated, and held accountable.

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Director of Worship, Tech, & Communications

Position Summary

Provide leadership, vision, and direction for all aspects of WoodsEdge creative arts ministry which includes worship, tech, and communications.  Serve on the Directional Team along with other Pastors who are ministry team leads. This team acts as a catalyst and a directional lead for strengthening and growing WoodsEdge.  The Directional Team in partnership with the Executive Pastor, sets direction for the ministry teams, ensuring integrated Ministry Action Plans, budgeting, and calendaring that enables ministries to function effectively.  The Directional Team provides oversight for the church at large, dealing with big picture issues such as culture, policy, vision (direction) and alignment.

Key Roles and Responsibilities
  • Collaborate with Senior Pastor (SP) and Worship/Tech/Comms (WTC) Team to plan a compelling Sunday morning experience for the people of WoodsEdge as well as our guests
  • Collaborates with the WTC Team to create and maintain brand standards
  • Works with the Directional Team to ensure effective communication cascades down to the WTC team for alignment with MAPs, Calendar, and Budget as well as our "Wildly Important Goal"
  • Ensures the annual development of WTC budgets in line with each team MAP
  • Oversee musicians and Production Director to plan for and participate in Sunday services
  • Collaborate with SP, and WTC Team to plan and coordinate Wednesday night services
  • Collaborate with SP and the WTC Team to plan special services (Christmas, Easter, etc.)
  • Coordinate with Welcome Team for Worship Center activities
  • Oversee Media Production Director and Worship Service Media and Technology group, including audio, video, lighting, front of house, and the installation and maintenance of major AVL technologies and equipment in the main sanctuary
  • Work with other ministry heads (e.g., Generations in particular) to support planning and leadership development for their worship areas, as requested
  • Ensure that WTC identifies, develops, equips, and deploys worship leaders (vocal, instrumental, and technology). Set as a high priority the development of other worship leaders within the church.
  • Oversee periodic stage design and build.
ESSENTIAL QUALITIes
  • Meet Staff Expectations
  • Committed to the Four virtues: Humble, Hungry, Healthy and Holy
  • Creative communication and high collaboration
  • Consistency of messaging
Requirements
  • Possess character traits consisted with the WoodsEdge leadership profile.
  • The successful individual must have a proven track record of effective leadership, judgment, and above reproach character.
Performance Measures
  • Getting it Done – Ability to perform role & responsibility, work ethic
  • Moving the Needle – Success outcomes and the ability to deliver excellence to your role for the good of WoodsEdge; initiative
  • Practicing Greatness - Commitment to ongoing spiritual, personal and professional growth.
  • Living it Out - Strong commitment to living out WE mission, vision and values
  • Building Teams – Seeks to make others better through development, leadership, collaboration, and healthy conflict resolution.
  • Coaching & Feedback - Willingness to be coached, evaluated, and held accountable.

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Our Priorities 

Fundamental to who we are as a church and a staff team is prayer. Taken from Matthew 21:13 where Christ states, "It is written, ‘My house shall be called a house of prayer’". At WoodsEdge, we seek God first for everything we do. We set aside every Tuesday to pray together as a staff team and dedicate our Wednesday evening service to Prayer and Worship.

Outside the walls is a term you may only ever hear at WoodsEdge, but it encompasses our desire to look beyond the walls of the church into the neighborhoods, communities, cities and nations beyond. Wrapped up in that simple phrase are the principles of missions, discipleship and service to all people.

Whether participating in a group, serving or being a part of staff WoodsEdge is about community and connection. As a staff team, we try to find intentional ways to grow deeper in our connection with each other through planned staff events, retreats and fun days. We work hard and enjoy the times when we can come together in celebration.

WoodsEdge offers a comprehensive benefits package including a generous portion of paid time off.