Employment Opportunities


Administrative Assistant - Preschool Ministry

The Brentwood Preschool Administrative Assistant is responsible to the church, under the direction of the Preschool Minister for providing administrative support and assistance in all areas of the Preschool Ministry: weekly discipleship programming, Parent Child Dedications and Orientation Classes, New and Expectant Parents ministry, POPs events, BYCS, Vacation Bible School, Backyard Kids Clubs, Summer Play Days, leadership training sessions, outreach events or projects, and other church sponsored community events as related to Preschool/Children’s Ministries.

PRIMARY JOB RESPONSIBILITIES may include but are not limited to the following:

Record Keeping and Reporting

Maintain records for weekly activities (LifeGroups, KidLife).
Process guests who visit the Preschool Ministry and follow up with appropriate paperwork.
Update weekly, monthly, quarterly and annual reports such as Dashboard, Ministry

Scope and Summary; compile information/reports requested upline and by other departments.

Maintain records for POPs events and keep the New & Expectant Parents Ministry information up-to-date. Manage the Parent Child Dedication files and report numbers quarterly.

Financial Management

Assist in preparing, reviewing, balancing and maintaining the budgets of the Preschool Ministry under the direction of the Preschool Minister. This includes processing check requests, reconciling monthly credit card statements, making deposits and printing monthly reports.

Resource Support

Order and distribute all curriculum and literature.
Collect, respond, and fulfill resource requests from ministers and ministry volunteers.
Coordinate with the Preschool Resource Coordinator on needs for supply room and requests from volunteers.

Administrative Support

Communicate weekly with volunteers and key leaders as well as the parents of our preschoolers. Supportive communication with administrative and preschool/children BBC church staff on other campuses is also expected.
Create, assemble, and distribute communication pieces for the Preschool Ministry Items may include, but are not limited to: postcards, letters, posters, and emails.

Work with the Preschool Minister to write weekly Parenting/Family Ministry activity suggestions for parents of preschoolers to encourage Bible teaching in the home.
Create weekly slideshows for the Preschool CCTV.
Submit Communication Requests for printed pieces, consultations, and website graphics/design.
Submit requests for facilities usage and room setups (weekly room usage as well as special events and meetings).
Create text and update the Preschool Ministry pages of the BBC website; add all Preschool weekly discipleship and events to the website calendar. Work with the Preschool Minister to manage the Facebook BBC Preschool Group page.
Assist the Preschool Minister with the Parent Child Dedication services by communicating with families to gather information/photos, preparing family packets, and creating slideshows.
Handle all VBS-related administrative tasks for Preschool VBS (including registrations for Preschool leaders and children in Ministry Platform) and work closely on tasks with the BBC Children’s Administrative Assistant and staff as this is a combined Preschool/Children’s event.
Work with the Summer Play Days Director to update website information and send registration emails.
Assist the BYCS Director and Assistant Director to update website information, submit Communication Requests, and send registration emails.
Provide any additional administrative support to the Preschool Minister and Preschool Minister Associate as needed or requested.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Be detail oriented.
Exhibit strong organizational and time management skills.
Demonstrate strong written and verbal communication skills.
Must meet BBC benchmark for computer competency (Ministry Platform, EventU, Excel, Microsoft Office, Access, and Publisher).
Be knowledgeable in using and working with web-based systems such as social networks, blogs and email.

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:

Preferred Bachelor’s degree from four-year college or university, minimum of two years related experience and/or training or equivalent combination of education and experience.

 

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Brentwood Communications Account Manager (FT)

The Account Manager is responsible to the church, under the direction of the Promotions Director for management of the promotions-related functions of the Communications Ministry for his/her assigned campus(es) or ministries of the church. Primary responsibility lies in management of client “accounts,” providing consultation for their projects and promotional initiatives as requested of the Communication Ministry; also, to facilitate planning and implementation of major messages and message channels of the campuses.

PRIMARY JOB RESPONSIBILITIES may include but are not limited to the following:

Account Management duties include:

Initial consult with client designed specifically to do one or more of the following:

Clearly define actual scope of the promotion by helping client to answer tough questions.  (e.g. – “What exactly do you want vs. what do you need”)
Work out broad cost estimates if necessary.
Prompt for and collect key details (point person, approver, key deadlines)
Manage expectations of deliverables based on current climate (resources, existing messages, client responsibilities, etc.)
When appropriate, offer other team-preferred alternatives that more closely meet Communications standards as determined by team leadership.
Work with Creative Director to facilitate appropriate creative consults between client and Creative Services.
Work with Communications Assistant to ensure effective management of project initiation/identification and needs, milestones, and deliverables.
Ensure that clients are kept abreast of project status through regular communication.

Handling tense or unpleasant situations as they arise (as directed by or in collaboration with Internal Promotions Director and/or Communications Minister).

Collaborate closely with the Administrative Assistant with respect to project assignments and support and then appropriately assume and execute project details.

OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES may include but are not limited to the following:

Regularly participate in weekly staff meetings at the assigned campus(es) to determine communication priorities for the week and assist in their message management.
Manage client expectations of deliverables based on current climate (resources, existing messages, client responsibilities, etc.)
Work with Communications Assistant and Creative Director to strategically break projects into manageable pieces, determine assignments to be made to the production team, and follow the project through to completion.
Assist with follow/up or post-project debriefs and evaluations.
Collaborate with Creative/Digital Strategy Director and Digital Content Manager to provide social media strategy, management and support.
Collect and post campus-specific news stories to and update and refresh the assigned campus(es) web sites. 
As related to assigned campus(es) support the Communications Minister in public relations efforts to align internal and external messages.
Complete other duties as assigned by the Communications Minister, Internal Promotions Director.

QUALIFICATIONS:

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions
A thorough knowledge and skill set with marketing strategies and practices in traditional and non-traditional media.

Must possess a diplomatic approach to client relations while maintaining procedural standards.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Excellent customer service skills.
Understanding of data management.
Must possess organizational skills and attention to detail.
Must be punctual and confidential.

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:

Bachelor's degree from a four-year college or university; and five years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience in the fields of communications, marketing, and/or project management.  

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Brentwood Communications Assistant (PT)

The Communications Assistant is responsible to the church, under the direction of the Communications Minister (with a dotted line reporting relationship to the Promotions Director, the Creative Director, and the Editorial Manager) for serving as a single point of contact with (and for) the Communications Ministry with respect to the receiving and processing of requests for services from the Communications Ministry. Also for managing the placement of the project and its respective tasks into the project management system. Additionally, serves as primary overseer of print shop operations and performs basic Administrative Assistant duties for the Communications Minister and for the department.

PRIMARY JOB RESPONSIBILITIES may include but are not limited to the following:

Performs all project management system functions including: checking for new communication requests throughout the day; creating timelines for all projects based on generating/editing copy, design, proofing time, and printing; determining each action point (task) needed to complete the project; entering tasks into the project management system and assigning to team members; outsourcing projects during heavy work times; updating project management system on a daily basis
Oversees Print Shop operations, including the recruitment and training of volunteers
Assembles printing quotes for clients from Communications vendors when outsourcing is necessary
Assisting the Account Managers, participates in production team meetings to divide work between designers (or freelance), discusses current projects, future projects, and overdue projects, resolves red-flag issues
Looks ahead at upcoming projects to ensure team has everything they need to smoothly transition from one project to the next
Makes sure files are delivered to the printers on time
As necessary, follows up with account managers with any additional requests clients have concerning their projects (although most client communication will be with account managers).
Contacts bulletin stuffers each week to inform them of how many bulletin inserts are scheduled
Create monthly and annual reports of the projects and activities of the Communications Ministry.

OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES may include but are not limited to the following

Maintains an up-to-date list of vendor information and providing one point of contact from the Communications department to our vendors and freelancers.
Works with vendors to get the best prices and services for our projects.
Along with account managers, cultivates the good relationships BBC has with its vendors.
Fills out check request forms for receipts and manages departmental invoices.
Monitors and actuates tasks of the Communications department for onboarding new staff and reports according to the system set out by human resources.
Coordinates and arranges meetings, setting up food, and reserving rooms when requested.
Attends departmental staff meetings for input and informational purposes when requested
Maintains inventory and placement/storage of portable campus signage (Brentwood campus)
Completes other duties as assigned by supervisor.

QUALIFICATIONS:

 

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Thorough knowledge of Microsoft Office.
Understanding of basic data management.
Project management skills.
Ability to learn other church computer-based management services, such as Ministry Platform, Martus, and eSpaces.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Must possess professional phone skills
Excellent relational skills.
Strong work ethic with can-do attitude.
Must possess organizational skills and attention to detail.
Must be punctual and confidential.

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:

Associate’s degree from an accredited college or university; or one to five years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience in the field of administrative support, communications, or project management.  

 

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Brentwood Communications Promotions Director

The Promotions Director is responsible to the church, under the direction of the Communications Minister for oversight of the internal, promotions-related functions of the Communications Ministry as well as a serving a significant role in message management. Primary responsibility lies in management of client “accounts,” providing consultation for their projects and promotional initiatives as requested of the Communication Ministry; also, to facilitate planning and implementation of major messages and message channels of the campuses. In executing these responsibilities, the Promotions Director supervises Account Managers and collaborates with the Communications Creative Team.

PRIMARY JOB RESPONSIBILITIES may include but are not limited to the following:

Account Management: As an account manager, the Promotions Director serves to help the client think ahead, plan, and get answers to key questions BEFORE the promotional initiative is executed. Duties include:

Initial consult with client designed specifically to do one or more of the following:

Clearly define actual scope of the promotion by helping client to answer tough questions.  (e.g. – “What exactly do you want vs. what do you need”)
Work out broad cost estimates if necessary.
Prompt for and collect key details (point person, approver, key deadlines)
Manage expectations of deliverables based on current climate (resources, existing messages, client responsibilities, etc.)
When appropriate, offer other team-preferred alternatives that more closely meet Communications standards as determined by team leadership.
Work with Creative Director to facilitate appropriate creative consults between client and Creative Team.
Work with Social Media Manager to allow for adequate collaboration on social media strategies that involve internal promotions components.

Ensure effective communication of project management needs, milestones, and deliverables.
Serve as a face for the Communications team when necessary in relation to:

Encouraging clients toward desired outcomes.
Handling tense or unpleasant situations as they arise (as directed by or in collaboration with Communications Minister).

Collaborate closely with the Communications Assistant with respect to project assignments and status entries in the project management system.
Supervise the Account Manager(s), setting expectations and providing appropriate collaboration to ensure consistency in standards and approaches to account management.
Drive follow/up or post-project debriefs and evaluations.

Work with Communications team leadership to evaluate and recommend Communications department projects’ best practices.
Define and document learned processes for implementation when projects repeat

Message Management: The Promotions Director additionally serves to manage and update the “Major Messages Grid” maintained by the Communications Ministry. This process and the document that represents it serves to identify and schedule messages to be delivered (both global and campus-specific) at each of the campuses. Duties include:

Working with the Communications Minister, annually identify the recurring major messages that are central or global in nature and place them on the major messages calendar.
Set appropriate action points for the communicating of these messages, including initiation of collaboration among the Communication staff team for execution of deliverables related to the message.
Send talking points to campus and ministry leaders as major messages are required in worship services.
Collaborate with down-line account managers for the coordination of major messages at each of their respective campuses.

OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES may include but are not limited to the following:

Regularly participate in weekly staff meetings at the assigned campus(es) to determine communication priorities for the week and assist in their message management.
Manage client expectations of deliverables based on current climate (resources, existing messages, client responsibilities, etc.), and provide standards for client expectations for the Account Managers.
Work with Communications Assistant and Creative Director to strategically break projects into manageable pieces, determine assignments to be made to the production team, and follow the project through to completion.
Collaborate with Creative/Digital Strategy Director and Digital Content Manager to provide social media strategy, management and support.
Collect and post campus-specific news stories to and update and refresh the assigned campus(es) web sites. 
Support the Communications Minister and/or contracted service providers in public relations efforts to align internal and external messages.
Complete other duties as assigned by the Communications Minister

QUALIFICATIONS:

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions
A thorough knowledge and skill set with promotional strategies and practices in traditional and non-traditional media.

Must possess a diplomatic approach to client relations while maintaining procedural standards.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Excellent customer service skills.
Understanding of data management.
Must possess organizational skills and attention to detail.
Should have the ability to manage the workflow of supporting team members by having an effective personnel management skill set.
Must be punctual and confidential.

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:

Bachelor's degree from a four-year college or university; and five years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience in the fields of communications, marketing, and/or project management.  

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Childcare Workers (Part-Time)

The Brentwood Campus of Brentwood Baptist Church has openings for childcare workers.  Fun, loving, and nurturing environment that provides childcare on the Brentwood Campus during church activities.

Part-time:  Nights & Weekends/various times available

Hourly rate:  $10-12/hour depending upon experience.

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Childcare Workers (Part-Time) - The Church at Lockeland Springs

The Church at Lockeland Springs is in need of at least two childcare workers to work two hours the first Wednesday of every month from 6:30-8:30pm, with a free meal provided at 6:00pm. The hourly rate is $15 an hour.

If interested, please complete the online application.

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Children’s Minister-Groups and Leadership (Brentwood)

The Brentwood, Children’s Minister-Groups and Leadership is responsible to the church, under the direction of the lead Children’s Minister for overseeing various ministries for children Grades 1-5 and their families. The role is designed to fit within an overall discipleship ministry vision of the spiritual development of leaders, children and their parents.  The primary focuses of this Associate position are Children’s LIFE Groups, Impact and Vacation Bible School.

PRIMARY JOB RESPONSIBILITIES may include but are not limited to the following:

Support the lead Children’s Minister and Children’s Ministry team in providing ministry to children in Grades 1-5 and their families.
Support the lead Children’s Minister and Children’s Ministry team as we plan and move children and their families to be on mission through Mission Journeys, Gospel Conversations and the Discipleship making process of disciples making disciples.  
Oversee all aspects of Children’s LIFE Groups including volunteer enlistment and training, communication to volunteers and parents and curriculum selection.
Supervise and coordinate the part-time Wing Coordinator positions that work with Children’s LIFE Groups.
Oversee all aspects of the Impact discipleship program (Wednesday PM) including volunteer enlistment and training, communication to volunteers and parents and small group coordination.  Also, plan the weekly lessons based on curriculum and help teach the Biblical content. 
Oversee the Impact Music coordinator and serve as the liaison between children’s music and the Worship Ministry to coordinate opportunities for children to be involved in leading worship.
Assist with planning and leadership of special children’s ministry events such as Vacation Bible School, camp and mission efforts.  Take the lead role in coordinating Vacation Bible School.
Serve as a counselor with children and families in matters of salvation, baptism and in matters of personal and family concern. 
Assist the lead Children’s Minister in any policy making guidelines or procedures. Help clarify and enforce any new policies or guidelines.
Assist the lead Children’s Minister in gathering names of potential leaders and teachers. Utilize the Mission & Vision and PLACE class participants as potential volunteers.
Participate in leader training, self-development opportunities and local meetings with Childhood Ministry groups as needed.
Participate in ministry visits to children, families and volunteers connected to the Children’s Ministry.
Participate in all ideation of new strategies to be taken by the children’s ministry team.
Attend and participate in all quarterly meetings held by the Senior Leadership team.
Attend weekly Children’s Ministry team planning meetings.

OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES may include but are not limited to the following:

Serve as an assigned rotation as the Minister on Call and the Minister on Site.
Be available for conducting baptisms for children and families when needed.
Serve as a conference leader, speaker or teacher when needed for volunteer and parent training events.
Attend and participate in Childhood Department Leadership Team meetings.
Collaborate with other discipleship ministers to develop a comprehensive plan for ministry to preschoolers through adults at BBC.
Participate in planning and give direction, along with the Preschool Minister, to preschool events such as, leadership training and VBS.

QUALIFICATIONS:

A personal sense of calling from God to vocational Christian ministry in general and to this particular area of ministry.
Can identify closely with the mission, values, vision, theology, philosophy and methodology of Brentwood Baptist Church.
A mature Christian who is demonstrates the Fruits of the Spirit, is growing in their faith and is committed to spiritual disciplines such as Bible reading, prayer.
The proven ability to identify, equip and lead a team of volunteers.
Ability to collaborate, cooperate and function well in a team environment.
Demonstrates strong written and verbal communication skills.
A mature Christian who is growing in their personal walk with the Lord through committed Bible Study, prayer and service
An understanding of children’s ministry as a foundational ministry of the church
Ability to lead a team of volunteers by casting vision for the ministry and organizing the skills and talents of those team members
Ability to relate well to adults in the ministry as parents of children or ministry volunteers
Knowledge of developmental stages for children grades 1-5 and ability to choose and implement appropriate programming for those stages
Agreement with and the ability to enforce the Policies and Procedures of the Preschool/Children’s Ministry at Brentwood Baptist Church.
Effective communicator, both written and verbal.
Proficiency in basic computer skills and software systems.

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:

Experience leading in a Children’s Ministry in a local church setting with at least 150 elementary-age children.
Bachelor’s degree (B.A.) from four-year college or university; and one to two years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

Brentwood Baptist Church seeks to attract and retain highly qualified individuals who will share our values and will support our mission and vision. Brentwood Baptist Church has activated a cross-campus racial unity strategy. We welcome women and minorities to apply.

If you are interested in this position, please click https://brentwoodbaptist.com/about/employment-opportunities/ to view the job description and complete the online application.

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Connection Minister - Harpeth Heights (PT)

The part-time Connection Minister at The Church at Harpeth Heights is responsible to the church, under the direction of the Campus and Teaching Pastor for casting vision, planning, implementing and evaluating comprehensive assimilation and guest services ministries.  The focus of this position is overseeing the membership assimilation process and the various guest services teams while being available to participate in the broader life of the congregation.

PRIMARY JOB RESPONSIBILITIES may include but are not limited to the following:

MEMBERSHIP DEVELOPMENT:

Develop and implement strategies to help assimilate members and attenders into discipleship & service ministries.

Plan, promote, and help facilitate Discover classes (Discover Us, Discover You)
Provide oversight of PLACE Ministry and its lay leadership at the Campus
Records management for all members
Visitor/guest follow-up

GUEST SERVICES:

Provide overall leadership strategy to the Guest Services Ministry. 

Identify, equip & empower a team of volunteers to create an excellent guest experience on Sunday mornings.
Enlist & coordinate consistent leadership for the following Sunday morning teams: greeters, ushers, parking lot, coffee service, and medical support.
Oversee safety, CPR, first-aid, and emergency procedures
Oversee inclement weather planning & procedures
Worship Attendance Tracking

OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES may include but are not limited to the following:

Work collaboratively with other ministry teams (i.e. PLACE ministry staff, membership office, etc)
Maintain and refine job descriptions, expectations and standards for any volunteer that serves.
Organize, Plan & Facilitate regularly equipping & team-building meetings for these support teams.
Meet, as needed, with the BBC Guest Services Ministry champion to ensure alignment of vision.
Be available to serve as on-call minister if needed.
Complete other duties as assigned by supervisor.

QUALIFICATIONS:

A personal sense of calling from God to vocational Christian ministry in general and to this particular area of ministry.
Can identify closely with the mission, values, vision, theology, philosophy and methodology of Brentwood Baptist Church.
A mature Christian who is demonstrates the Fruit of the Spirit, is growing in their faith and is committed to spiritual disciplines such as Bible reading, prayer.
The proven ability to identify, equip and lead a team of volunteers.
Ability to collaborate, cooperate and function well in a team environment.
Demonstrates strong written and verbal communication skills.

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:

Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree is required from an accredited university.
Minimum of 3-5 years experience is preferred working in the local church or Christian ministry context.

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Custodian (Spring Hill, Part-Time)

To keep pace with our Middle Tennessee Initiative, Brentwood Baptist Church is seeking to hire several part-time employees to join our Facilities team. We are looking for employees to work 10-20 hours per week servicing our south campus, The Church at Station Hill. Candidates must be self-starters who can take instruction and execute tasks with little or no supervision and lift 40 lbs. repeatedly. Weekends and evening availability a must. Competitive pay of $11.00 per hour and quality work environment. Applicants must submit to a background check. Tasks include vacuuming, dusting, window and restroom cleaning, and moving of furniture.

Send resume via email or apply in person, see Erik Hildner, Monday-Thursday 8:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. at: The Church at Station Hill, 8083 Station Hill Dr., Spring Hill, TN 37174

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Housekeeper for Preschool/Children’s Ministries (Part-time)

This part-time cleaning position is designed to specifically clean the preschool and children’s ministry classrooms. The responsibilities designated in the job description reflect the needs of BYCS, Preschool Ministry areas and Children’s Ministry area. The Facilities Department will jointly clean these areas as well, but not the same areas as this position designates.

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Internships

Brentwood Baptist Interns are part-time trainees that work with or without pay in a specific area of ministry in order to clarify calling, build confidence, and gain experience for secular employment or ministry based service.

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Maintenance Manager

The Maintenance Manager is responsible to the church, under the direction of the Associate Facility Manager/Facility Manager for all aspects of maintenance and operation of Brentwood Baptist and the campuses as directed by the Associate Facility Manager/Facility Manager. The incumbent plays an active role in supporting the on-site ministries of the church. This person works with all ministries and support teams to maintain excellence in our facilities and buildings, in addition to aiding at other campuses as directed by the Associate Facility Manager/Facility Manager.

PRIMARY JOB RESPONSIBILITIES may include but are not limited to the following:

Aide the Associate Facility Manager in the maintenance of all operational and mechanical fixtures and equipment of campuses.
Aide the Associate Facility Manager to ensure compliance with all federal, state and local codes and guidelines and acts as liaison to public utility, environmental, and energy agencies, as required.
Administer the maintenance of all properties and related systems to include HVAC, mechanical, electrical, plumbing and painting.
Supervise and manage the Facilities Maintenance Technician.
Oversee and direct maintenance personnel and outside vendors engaged in equipment installation, facilities equipment repair, and preventive maintenance. In addition, handling all aspects of Vendor relationships and community profile of the organization in business dealings.
Learn and become accustomed to operating Building Logix system for HVAC and Keyscan Door Access Controls, Closed Circuit Security Camera System, and the Aiphone System.
Work alongside Business Office to ensure proper billing from and payments to vendors.
Assist the Facilities Project Manager with Facilities projects at Brentwood Baptist and campuses as needed.

OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES may include but are not limited to the following:

Monitor the Facility Request Log, complete service requests and update the log for specific work requirements to ensure timely response to campus needs.
Arrange for continuous maintenance of grounds to include plants, shrubs, grass, trees, and irrigation system.
Arrange and coordinate Semi and Annual Fire Marshal Inspections, Fire Sprinkler inspections, Fire Alarm System and other Life & Safety issues in tandem with the Associate Facility Manager.
Under the direction of the Associate Facility Manager, develop and implement a Preventative Maintenance Program.
Assist the Associate Facility Manager in developing an annual maintenance budget to include operating expense needs as well as capital needs.
Develop and maintain a Facility Maintenance support manual.
Perform other duties as required.

QUALIFICATIONS:

An intimate and growing personal relationship with Jesus Christ as evidenced by biblical fruit-bearing and daily habits of spending time with Him and His Word is an expectation of all of those who serve on the Brentwood Baptist Church Staff.

The candidate must align comfortably with the mission, vision, values, goals, and strategies of Brentwood Baptist Church. Being teachable and having a strong commitment to self-development is a value of our church as well.

Experience in supervision will be a must in the work of the Maintenance Manager and a solid understanding of facility and maintenance practices is needed from both a technical and practical level.

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:

Associate’s degree (AA) or equivalent from two-year College or technical school; or five years related experience and/or technical training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Certification and membership in the National Association of Church Facility Managers Association preferred but not required.

Brentwood Baptist Church seeks to attract and retain highly qualified individuals who will share our values and will support our mission and vision. Brentwood Baptist Church has activated a cross-campus racial unity strategy. We welcome women and minorities to apply.

If you are interested in this position, please click https://brentwoodbaptist.com/about/employment-opportunities/ to view the job description and complete the online application.

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Preschool & Children’s Minister - Lockeland Springs (Part-time)

The Pre-School & Children’s Minister is responsible to the church, under the direction of the Discipleship Minister for developing a comprehensive, biblically-based ministry for children – birth through 8th grade.  The role is designed to fit within the overall church vision for spiritual formation of our preschoolers, children, and youth that is biblical, comprehensive and consistent with an approach to equip parents to be the primary disciple-makers of their children.

PRIMARY JOB RESPONSIBILITIES may include but are not limited to the following:

Cast vision and implement strategies for discipling preschoolers, children, and youth, as well as equipping parents as primary disciple-makers in the home.
Evaluate and ensure that all curriculum is biblically-based, age-appropriate and BBC approved.
Identify, recruit, enlist, & equip a consistent flow of leaders and volunteers for the ministry.
Maintain oversight of all ministry-related policies and procedures for volunteers, including the maintenance of background checks for all adults serving/working with minors.
Plan and conduct, at regular intervals, leadership training for new and existing teachers and volunteers (including safety, security, policies, and measures).
Ensure consistent communication with parents about ministry goals and strategy.
Provide oversight and accountability for the appropriate department ministry budget.
Work to identify, hire, and manage the appropriate level of volunteer involvement, as well as, paid childcare workers.

Be available to talk with children and families in matters of salvation, baptism, and provide pastoral care or concern for personal and family concerns.

OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES may include but are not limited to the following:

Attend weekly campus staff meetings and quarterly church-wide staff meetings.
Complete forms and reports in a timely and concise manner.
Mobilize volunteers to ensure the proper set-up of classrooms for any Sunday or mid-week programming (including oversight of ordering and maintaining of the supplies and resources).
Establish and maintain strategy to ensure healthy transition of students and families into High School years.

Establish a ministry team of parents to help aid and contribute to the implementation of strategy, which should include parental feedback and input which might benefit the ministry.

QUALIFICATIONS:

A personal sense of calling from God to vocational Christian ministry in general and to this particular area of ministry.
Can identify closely with the mission, values, vision, theology, philosophy and methodology of Brentwood Baptist Church.
A mature Christian who demonstrates the Fruits of the Spirit, is growing in their faith and is committed to spiritual disciplines such as Bible reading, prayer.
Proven ability to function well in a team environment and lead a team of paid & volunteer leaders.

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:

Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree is required. 
3 years’ experience ministering or serving in a leadership role in a local church setting.
Or equivalent combination of education and experience.

 

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Station Hill Mother’s Day Out - Substitute Teacher

Substitute Teacher at Station Hill Mother's Day Out (SHMDO) will be responsible for serving in classrooms as needed. Job Duties include caring for preschoolers (diaper changing, etc.) and assisting with classroom activities.  SHMDO operates on Tuesday/Thursday from 9 am-2:30 pm at The Church at Station Hill in Spring Hill.  Please contact Melanie Hughes and Brittany Williams at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)  

 

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Web Development Manager

Web Development Manager is an entry-level position that develops new digital platforms and maintains the functionality of existing platforms. This position is responsible for information design, web database administration, programming, and troubleshooting of digital platforms while contributing to the exploration of new technologies and effective digital communication. The position will provide key input on web design and may act as the lead web designer in some situations.

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Wing Coordinator (PT) - Brentwood Campus

Brentwood Baptist Church's Preschool Wing Coordinator is responsible to the church, under the direction of the Preschool Minister, and will fill preschool vacancies on a weekly basis helping build our reputation as a welcoming environment for both members, guests, and preschoolers. This person will be responsible for overseeing assigned classrooms, filling vacancies, securing background check information and volunteer forms, and participating in the vetting process of regular leaders.

PRIMARY JOB RESPONSIBILITIES may include but are not limited to the following:

Oversee assigned classrooms on Sunday morning including: Check-in; Pick-up; Safety
Fill vacancies for assigned classes on a weekly basis.  When MVPs are not available the coordinator will call on parents and other adults as substitutes.
Communicate with team particular room needs when vacancies occur, in order to find a solution.
Be present at your assigned hours:
1.75 hours expected on Sunday morning.
Must be present Easter and Promotion Sunday.
Must not exceed 6 absences in a calendar year.
Must obtain a substitute when you are away and secure volunteers for that Sunday.
Provide a count of children and volunteers for each room. 
Secure all background check information and volunteer forms. Promptly return all forms to the Preschool Ministry Assistant.
Participate in the vetting process of regular leaders.
Conduct Spring Meetings.
Provide weekly supply list to Resource Coordinator when needed.
Provide monthly volunteer encouragement.
Communicate curriculum needs to Preschool Ministry Assistant quarterly.
Assist in the enlistment of new teachers.
Assist in the enlistment of new MVPs.
Participate in training opportunities for preschool leaders.
Attend monthly Coordinator’s meeting.
Participate in outreach when opportunities arise.
 
If interested, please complete the online application.
 
 

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Worship Minister (Brentwood Campus)

The Brentwood Campus Worship Minister is responsible to the church, under the direction of the Senior Executive
Pastor for the development and supervision of a comprehensive music and worship program, the planning and
conducting of worship services with the Senior Pastor, and special events within and related to the Brentwood Campus
that support church goals and strategies. These duties include the direct supervision of the Brentwood Campus worship
staff and volunteers.


PRIMARY JOB RESPONSIBILITIES may include but are not limited to the following:

• Under the authority of the Senior Pastor, collaboratively coordinates (with the Worship Planning Team) all
weekend worship services on the Brentwood Campus
• Plan and/or ensure capable leadership for weekend worship experiences
• Recruit, direct, and shepherd the Adult Worship Choir and implement the church’s disciple making strategy
through the context of the worship ministry
• Provide resource (but not direct supervision) for all Brentwood Campus choir programs including preschool,
children, student and senior adult choirs
• Identify, equip, supervise and lead the ministerial and administrative staff that serves the Worship Ministry
• Establish departmental goals and objectives by prioritizing related programs, managing the use of facilities,
planning an appropriate budget, delegating tasks and evaluating progress regularly
• Develop and coordinates special worship services for seasonal and non-seasonal events
• Perform other duties as assigned by the Lead Worship Minister, Senior Executive Pastor and/or the Senior
Pastor
• Actively pursue spiritual, professional and physical self-development
• Participate in campus wide Worship Leader Gatherings

OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES may include but are not limited to the following:


• Effectively communicate and work alongside an administrative assistant(s), who will help carry out the day to
day administrative responsibilities
• Lead Worship staff members through prayer, soul care, and spiritual development opportunities
• Lead regular team meetings for and oversee the pastoral care of the Worship staff
• Support the office of the Senior Pastor as needed, including participating in Production and Preaching Teams
meetings to support key sermon series during strategic times of the year
• Be available to serve the Brentwood Campus as a decision counselor, pastoral counselor, on-call minister and
on-site minister (as assigned), and perform weddings and funerals as available
• Lead Brentwood Campus Worship Production Staff meeting
• Serve as Department Head (for Worship) which involves meetings for operational issues as well as strategic
direction both for the Brentwood Campus and the Church

QUALIFICATIONS:

• A willingness to be a “team player,” where collaboration can exist between the Worship and Missions
Ministry and other ministries within Brentwood Baptist
• A theological understanding and passion for worship and how disciples are made through worship
• The proven ability to think strategically and work effectively with various worship models, styles and
paradigms
• Strong managerial and leadership skills combined with an exceptional relational ability
• Solid written and verbal communication skills
• The proven ability to identify, equip and lead a team of ministerial and support staff
• The proven ability to manage budgets, logistics, and goal processes and execution
• Proven music and worship gifts, talents and skills
• A servant who loves people and leads with great humility that shares leadership with those around them
• A personal sense of calling from God to vocational Christian ministry in general and to this particular area of
ministry.
• Can identify closely with the mission, values, vision, theology, philosophy and methodology of Brentwood
Baptist Church.
• A mature Christian who demonstrates the Fruits of the Spirit, is growing in their faith and is committed to
spiritual disciplines such as Bible reading, prayer.
• The proven ability to identify, equip and lead a team of volunteers.
• Ability to collaborate, cooperate and function well in a team environment.
• Demonstrates strong written and verbal communication skills.


EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:

• Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited university. A Master’s Degree from an accredited seminary
preferred
• At least five years’ experience on a large church staff leading in the area of music and worship

IF INTERESTED IN THIS POSITION, PLEASE CONTACT STAN BREEDEN AT .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

 

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Worship Minister - Woodbine (PT)

The Church at Woodbine Worship Minister is responsible to the church, under the direction of The Campus & Teaching Pastor to oversee and coordinate all aspects of the Worship Ministry at The Church at Woodbine such as the development and supervision of a comprehensive music program, the planning and leading of worship services with The Campus & Teaching Pastor, and special events within and related to the church. These duties include the direct supervision of any volunteers in this ministry.

PRIMARY JOB RESPONSIBILITIES may include but are not limited to the following:
• In coordination with the Campus & Teaching Pastor, plan and lead weekly God-honoring worship experiences that are aligned with the Brentwood Baptist philosophy of worship ministry & contextualized to the Woodbine community.
• Maintain a system for developing & mobilizing members to use their talents within the worship ministry.
• Provide pastoral leadership (encourage, pray for, etc) to musicians & worship volunteers.
• Plan & coordinate weekly rehearsals, including proper management of Planning Center Online.
• Participate in weekly campus staff meetings and Quarterly Staff Meetings.
• Participate in bi-monthly Worship Leader Gatherings at the Brentwood Campus.
• Plan, maintain & give leadership to the annual worship ministry budget
• Provide weekly oversight for any worship ministry-related payroll
• Ability to lead and accompany from piano and/or guitar is preferred

QUALIFICATIONS:
• Proven ability to identify, train, lead and care for leaders & volunteers
• Proven ability to read, write & execute music on charts
• Ability to proficiently play an instrument is preferred
• Must have a basic working knowledge of sound & lighting systems
• A personal sense of calling from God to vocational Christian ministry in general and to this particular area of ministry.
• Can identify closely with the mission, values, vision, theology, philosophy and methodology of Brentwood Baptist Church.
• A mature Christian who is demonstrates the Fruit of the Spirit, is growing in their faith and is committed to spiritual disciplines such as Bible reading, prayer.
• The proven ability to identify, equip and lead a team of volunteers.
• Ability to collaborate, cooperate and function well in a team environment.
• Demonstrates strong written and verbal communication skills.
• Cross-cultural experience and/ or bilingual skills are a plus.

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:
• Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree with a focus on Worship, Music, Music Education/Vocal/General/Performance or other related area from an accredited university.
• Minimum of 3 to 5 years of experience in successful worship leadership/choral leadership roles, including the experience of providing primary leadership over the worship and music ministry

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