Hope Kids Elementary Coordinator

The Hope Kids Elementary Coordinator's Responsibilities Include:
As the Hope Kids Elementary Coordinator, you will play a pivotal role in facilitating a safe and nurturing environment for kids to connect, belong, and grow their faith. This position involves coordinating programming, curriculum development, and volunteer management to ensure an impactful experience for children and families. This role will start at an average of 20 hours per week.

Primary Responsibilities:
Program Coordination:
  • Engage in regular communication with team members and families through personalized messages, shout-outs, and updates on children's progress.
  • Attend and actively participate in team meetings, including Hope Kids, NextGen, and staff meetings to stay aligned with organizational goals and initiatives.
  • Collaborate with the Digital Engagement Director to implement social media strategies relevant to children's ministry, and produce quarterly video messages for the Hope Kids newsletter.

Volunteer Management:
  • Facilitate the onboarding process for new volunteers, ensuring a smooth and enjoyable experience from scheduling shadows to integration into the team.
  • Schedule and coordinate teams.
  • Raise up leaders and coaches within the Hope Lake Country elementary volunteer team.

Curriculum Development:
  • Curate and develop lesson plans tailored to different age groups (5K-4th grade), ensuring alignment with organizational values and educational standards. Distribute lesson plans to Sunday's volunteer team in advance.
  • Prepare materials and resources for lessons, including printing plans, ordering supplies, and setting up activity stations.

  • Strong organizational skills with attention to detail.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal abilities.
  • Ability to work collaboratively in a team environment.

Thriving at Hope Church:
Hope Church is a non-denominational church in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin. Hope Church is focused on reaching the unchurched in the Lake Country area and beyond. Visit https://hopelakecountry.com/ for
more information.

People who love working at Hope:
  • Relentlessly pursue Hope’s vision of creating a church that attracts and engages the unchurched
  • Practice servant leadership
  • Take responsibility for results
  • Prioritize personal health (emotional, relational, spiritual, physical, etc.)

To Learn More:
Qualified candidates can submit a resume to Hope Church at admin@hopelakecountry.com.

Campus Pastor

The Campus Pastor's Responsibilities Include:
  • Responsible for every aspect of the campus, including staff, volunteers, relationship with rented location, ministries and setup/takedown of weekend services.
  • Create an environment that makes everyone—no matter their faith background—feel welcome and valued. This person will work with a central staff to prepare and execute every portion of the weekend experience.
  • Develop a healthy leadership pathway that raises up leaders at the campus to own areas of ministry, and lead other volunteers.
  • Lead and oversee the campus as a part of Hope Church, ensuring the overall vision and DNA of the church is embedded into the location.
  • Serve as the primary stage communicator outside of the broadcasted message for weekend services.
  • Be the primary recruiter of volunteers and leaders for ministries and small groups.
  • Meet, invest, support & encourage volunteer leaders (weekend services, groups)-   Follow-up with new guests after weekend services, and help them take their next steps of faith (serving, groups)
  • Implement key Hope Church ministries at Watertown/Johnson Creek location, including Hope Kids, Starting Point, Pathways and Group.s
  • Work closely with central campus to report specific numbers/data needed for the church dashboard. 
Goals and Expectations
The effective Campus Pastor will achieve the following goals:
  • Lead the Watertown/Johnson Creek campus and understand the DNA of Hope Church overall.
  • Be the “host” for Watertown/Johnson Creek campus every weekend - leading and inspiring the community to take the next steps of faith.
  • Connect with the Watertown/Johnson Creek communities.
  • Help to build up small groups.
  • Show a willingness to continue learning.
  • Be a team player with Oconomowoc campus.
  • Be an active part of Hope Church - participate in a Hope Group, Lead and support volunteers at Sunday morning services, attend Hope Church staff meetings, and be actively embedded into the Hope culture.
  • Play a key role in helping people at Hope Church take their next steps in engagement.
  • Lead and perform additional tasks as identified by the candidate and Hope Church.
    To Learn More: