Bayside Church is a vibrant church that is committed to developing a Christ centred church in the Bayside area in Melbourne where people can connect and grow in their faith with God.
Bayside Church currently has two campuses in Cheltenham and Frankston.
The main administration office is based in Cheltenham.
There is currently one position available:
Children’s Ministry Assistant
Part Time, 2 Days
Bayside Church is committed to showing children who God is and point them towards a relationship with Him.
Bayside Church is looking to fulfill a Children’s Ministry Assistant position. The suitable candidate will be part of a dynamic team that is responsible for the development of strong, modern ministry initiatives that seek to build children’s spiritual growth.
The Children’s Ministry Assistant is primarily responsible for the provision of high-level support and assistance to the Children’s Ministry Leader in the preparation, coordination and development of all Bayside Kids strategies, activities and programs to ensure children are being taught Biblical truths.
The role will incorporate pastoral care, discipleship and leadership programs as well as maintenance of child safety procedures. The Children’s Ministry Assistant will also work alongside Bayside Youth and Bayside Young Adults Leaders.
- A relevant tertiary or professional qualification or experience in children’s work or teaching.
- Relevant and specialised knowledge and experience in the development and implementation of children’s programs.
- Be willing to generate and put forward creative ideas and be a part of the process to see those ideas come to fruition.
- An ability to assist with administrative duties.
- Demonstrated ability to teach and connect with children in their spiritual development.
- Essential to have a Working With Children’s Check.
- Demonstrated high level of accuracy and attention to detail.
- Demonstrated interpersonal and verbal communication skills with the ability to communicate with children and liaise effectively with a diverse range of staff members and volunteers.
- High level of organisational skills to ensure effective completion of tasks within deadlines and the ability to undertake a variety of tasks simultaneously;
- Ability to work independently and to contribute as a member of a busy team.
- Enthusiastic and self motivated, with a flexible and adaptable attitude;
- Proficiency in the use of computer systems including word processing.
If interested, please submit a resume and include a cover letter highlighting your relevant experience according to the selection criteria.
Applications Due: 14 July 2017 to Onida Weir,