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First Baptist Church Broken Arrow is looking for people who want to make a difference in Broken Arrow and beyond for the Gospel of Jesus Christ. We hope FBCBA is a place where you can use your skills, talents, and passions to fulfill your calling. We’re looking for people who are committed, hard-working, and enjoy having fun while doing their job. We would love for you to consider joining the team here.

Media Director

About First Baptist Church Broken Arrow

  • Denomination: Baptist - SBC
  • Weekly Attendance: 1,200
  • Location: Broken Arrow, Oklahoma
  • The Role: Media Director

Established in 1904, First Baptist Church is a multigenerational congregation, serving the Christian community in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. For almost a century, FBCBA was located in a downtown location. The church's current location allows for easy access from all over the Tulsa Metropolitan area.

In 2020, Dr. Matt Brooks became the new senior pastor. With the addition of Steve Smith as the new executive pastor, the church has been diligently working to build a world-class team to serve the church. FBCBA exists to reach BA & beyond by multiplying disciples to follow Jesus.

FBCBA is committed to biblical preaching, expositional teaching, and life application. There are multiple expressions of vibrant worship at FBCBA. The church uses bands, orchestras, choirs, and vocals to engage people in worship. We also emphasize evangelism, missions, and discipleship. FBCBA is purposefully a multi-generational church and seeks to provide ministry and worship opportunities to both traditional and non-traditional church attenders of all ages and backgrounds.

In 2022, FBCBA will embark on a two-year giving initiative that will include a significant renovation and update to our facilities. The worship center, lobby/atrium, next-generation spaces, and offices will all be included in this project. FBCBA has historically remained debt-free and we intend to remain that way during this initiative.

The future is bright because the community is growing. We have a great and healthy staff culture. Our location is in an ideal location to reach our city. We are excited that you would consider joining the staff team at FBCBA as we work together to make a difference in Broken Arrow and beyond!

About the Role

Media Director

Department: Communications and Media

Reports to: Communications Pastor

Supervises: Production Tech

Job/FLSA Status: Full-time; Exempt

Position Summary:   The Media Director is responsible to the church, under the direction of the Communications Pastor, for leading, managing, and directing the broad scope of media production systems, processes, personnel, presentation content creation for worship services, ministries, and special events. While specific skills are essential to the role, the Media Director’s focus is at a high level of oversight, leadership, and management of resources, both human and physical, to produce work at a consistent and high level of quality.

Time Commitment:      Full-time; Exempt

Education/Experience  

  • College degree or equivalent educational experience
  • 5+ years related experience with audio, video, and lighting (AVL) equipment and design, as well as event production
  • Experience leading a healthy media ministry in a medium to a large church with a proven track record of team building and delegation through staff and volunteers

Qualifications/Skills 

  • A committed follower of Christ
  • Organizational, management, and leadership skills, including recruiting, training, and building positive volunteer relationships
  • Comprehensive understanding of AVL systems
  • Live production experience involving a variety of worship expressions including choirs, orchestras, bands, and vocalists.
  • Firm knowledge of event production
  • Detail-oriented, organized
  • Excellent relational skills as a manager and leader of both staff and volunteers

 Primary Responsibilities and Duties

  • Overseeing the coordination of media production elements for all worship services, including AVL—either directly or through downline staff
    • Assist in the creative process of the stage setup, design, and implementation in worship services
    • Provide technical support the worship ministry has for rehearsals and services
    • Collaborate with the Communications Pastor to ensure all AVL systems are functional for Sunday morning/worship services to ensure a high level of excellence.
  • Provide technical support services for events that take place on the FBCBA campus
  • Volunteer leadership:
    • Overseeing the recruitment, training, development, and scheduling of media ministry volunteers, maintaining a consistent and growing complement of team members to sufficiently manage the roles and responsibilities of production to maintain a high level of quality production
    • Effective leadership and development of volunteers, including training and encouragement to provide the best morale and retention of volunteers possible
  • Supervision of media staff; this includes effective and consistent engagement to remain in a position of influence and support of production activity and systems.
  • Manage the maintenance of all AVL equipment for the church
  • Effectively collaborate with other stakeholders to establish, define, clarify, and document relevant systems, protocols, standards, and best practices for the execution of media production both for live worship and events.
  • Attend all staff meetings, complete forms, and reports, including goal forms and reports, in a timely and concise manner
  • Effectively communicate and work alongside a staff of technical and creative production professionals as well as dozens of volunteers with varying skill levels in the media production disciplines
  • Understand and grasp what worship is and live a life of worship to lead by example for all volunteers and church members to see

 

  • Other Responsibilities may include but are not limited to the following
    • Propose long-range strategies for upgrades and other capital expenditures related to media production and support
    • Serve, as appropriate, to mentor and develop leaders in the various media disciplines
    • Oversee all purchases the church makes for any AVL equipment
    • Collaborate with church ministry areas to support AVL needs and production requests
    • Participate in appropriate conferences and associations to remain informed and engaged in church media trends and resources
    • Any other duties as assigned

PERSONALITY, GIFTS, STRENGTHS, AND ABILITIES

While candidates possessing a range of traits and abilities could be successful in this role, there may be characteristics that are best suited for this role.  Using a variety of assessments in the selection process, the candidate will be evaluated based on personality type, spiritual gifts, passions, abilities, and strengths.

  • Personality
    • Based on the DISC personality profile assessment this person should be CD, SIC, or SID. Other variations of these personality types may be considered depending on spiritual gifts and abilities displayed.
  • Spiritual Gifts
    • Based on the PLACE assessment tool, this person should have a concentration of Administration, Discernment, Exhortation, Service, and Helps, with Wisdom and Leadership a plus.
  • Abilities
    • Using the PLACE assessment tool, the candidate must display Conventional and Artistic abilities. A Social or enterprising ability would be a plus.
  • Passions
    • Using the PLACE assessment tool, the candidate should show a mix of passions containing Developing/Creating (D, I) Improving (C), Perfecting (C, -D, -I), Pioneering (I, -S), and Managing (-I, S, C)
  • Strengths
    • Based on the Strengths Finder assessment tool, preferable strengths for this individual would be achiever, activator, arranger, communication, connectedness, developer, focus, learner, responsibility, strategic, and woo.

COMPETENCIES AND TRAITS:

In addition to the specific responsibilities required for this role, First Baptist Church of Broken Arrow also seeks candidates that possess some general competencies and behavioral traits that enhance the effectiveness of our staff.

Management

  • Directs both resources and people (paid or unpaid) towards the accomplishment of goals
  • Maximizes personal effectiveness by focusing on “must-dos” tasks and delegating other priorities to others
  • Anticipates/avoids problems or formulates creative solutions
  • Makes timely decisions that produce quality outcomes

Leadership

  • Develops both vision and strategy that focuses team energy towards results
  • Maintains a working environment characterized by high levels of encouragement and trust
  • Drives team towards greater innovation and collaboration
  • Sets clear expectations and holds team members accountable for them

Communication

  • Conveys expectations and priorities to staff and/or volunteers
  • Uses written and verbal communication in a way that accomplishes intended results
  • Adheres to commitments, schedules, and deadlines
  • Regularly shares information with and solicits feedback from staff/volunteers

Ministry Leadership

  • Demonstrates Christ-likeness and a commitment to personal spiritual growth
  • Leads staff and/or volunteers by serving and not by asserting control
  • Utilizes emotional intelligence and is emotionally available to those he/she leads
  • Invests in the development of staff or volunteers around him/her

Self-Development

  • Prioritizes and accomplishes self-development goals
  • Demonstrates an ongoing commitment to obtaining the necessary knowledge, attitudes, skills, and habits necessary to be successful in this role
  • Teachable spirit with a desire to learn and grow
  • The gap between the current job description and the employee’s current abilities is appropriate and allows for future growth

About Broken Arrow, OK

Broken Arrow (BA) is a suburb of Tulsa with a population of more than 111,000 people. It is the fourth-largest city in the state and part of the greater Tulsa Metropolitan Area, located in Tulsa County. 

Broken Arrow is often rated as one of the best places to live in Oklahoma. BA has a suburban feel that offers both small-town charm and big-city amenities. There are great outdoor activities and cultural attractions that draw people seeking arts and entertainment. BA's business climate is thriving, has three renowned hospitals, and excellent public and private schools.

Applicants should send resumes to Brandon Rodgers

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Family Development Pastor

About First Baptist Church Broken Arrow

  • Denomination: Baptist - SBC
  • Weekly Attendance: 1,200
  • Location: Broken Arrow, Oklahoma
  • The Role: Family Development Pastor

Established in 1904, First Baptist Church is a multigenerational congregation, serving the Christian community in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. For almost a century, FBCBA was located in a downtown location. The church's current location allows for easy access from all over the Tulsa Metropolitan area.

In 2020, Dr. Matt Brooks became the new senior pastor. With the addition of Steve Smith as the new executive pastor, the church has been diligently working to build a world-class team to serve the church. FBCBA exists to reach BA & beyond by multiplying disciples to follow Jesus.

FBCBA is committed to biblical preaching, expositional teaching, and life application. There are multiple expressions of vibrant worship at FBCBA. The church uses bands, orchestras, choirs, and vocals to engage people in worship. We also emphasize evangelism, missions, and discipleship. FBCBA is purposefully a multi-generational church and seeks to provide ministry and worship opportunities to both traditional and non-traditional church attenders of all ages and backgrounds.

In 2022, FBCBA will embark on a two-year giving initiative that will include a significant renovation and update to our facilities. The worship center, lobby/atrium, next-generation spaces, and offices will all be included in this project. FBCBA has historically remained debt-free and we intend to remain that way during this initiative.

The future is bright because the community is growing. We have a great and healthy staff culture. Our location is in an ideal location to reach our city. We are excited that you would consider joining the staff team at FBCBA as we work together to make a difference in Broken Arrow and beyond!

 

Department: Spiritual Development

Reports to: Spiritual Development Pastor

Supervises: None

Job/FLSA Status: Full-time; Exempt

 

Position Summary: Oversee, administer, and multiply all ministries related to developing and strengthening healthy marriages, making the home a place of disciple multiplication, and building a biblical understanding of manhood and womanhood as we multiply disciples to follow Jesus in BA and beyond.

 

Education/Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience required
  • Seminary degree preferred
  • 5+ years ministry experience
  • Trained to minister in the areas of spiritual growth, marriage and family relations, etc
  • Preferred background in curriculum creation

 

Qualifications/Skills:

  • A committed follower of Christ
  • Able to follow through and complete tasks
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Detail-oriented, organized, able to multi-task
  • Possess discernment and have the ability to keep confidentiality
  • A heart for congregational care and reaching the lost

 

Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Administer the following programs/ministries:
    • Develop Men’s and women’s ministry initiatives and events as catalysts for multiplying 365 Groups (3-5 people, gender-specific)
    • Develop Group and ministry strategies to empower parents and strengthen marriages
    • Oversee Wednesday evening discipleship activities for marriage enrichment, parenting, and men’s and women’s topics
    • Design marriage preparation training and marriage enrichment initiatives
    • Equip families to be the primary disciple-makers in their homes through both events/training and ongoing initiatives
    • Train and encourage adult leaders to carry out these ministries as applicable (Eph 4)
  • Outreach
    • Follow-up with guests and prospective members
    • Share the hope of Christ with lost and un-churched adults
    • Share the Gospel and teach from God’s Word
    • Strategize how to be the most effective in our mission field
  • Discipleship
    • Build relationships through leading, discipleship, and equipping
    • Plan and implement events to help adults grow in their faith
  • Any other duties as assigned

 

PERSONALITY, GIFTS, STRENGTHS, AND ABILITIES

While candidates possessing a range of traits and abilities could be successful, there may be characteristics best suited for this role. Using a variety of assessments in the selection process, the candidate will be evaluated based on personality type, spiritual gifts, passions, abilities, and strengths.

  • Personality: Any variation of these DISC personality types may be considered depending on spiritual gifts and other abilities displayed. The ideal candidate will score well in the D and/or C categories with the outgoing relational aspects of an I.
  • Spiritual Gifts: Using the PLACE assessment tool, the ideal candidate will likely have Leadership, Administration, Exhortation, Shepherding, and/or Service with Mercy a plus.
  • Abilities: Using the PLACE assessment tool, the ideal candidate will likely display an affinity toward Enterprising and Social.
  • Passions: Using the PLACE assessment tool, the ideal candidate should show a mix of passions such as Challenging, Pioneering, Improving, Repairing, Leading, Managing, Socializing.

 

COMPETENCIES AND TRAITS:

In addition to the specific responsibilities required for this role, First Baptist Church of Broken Arrow also seeks candidates that possess some general competencies and behavioral traits that enhance the effectiveness of our staff.

Management

  • Directs both resources and people (paid or unpaid) towards the accomplishment of goals
  • Maximizes personal effectiveness by focusing on “must-dos” tasks and delegating other priorities to others
  • Anticipates/avoids problems or formulates creative solutions
  • Makes timely decisions that produce quality outcomes

Leadership

  • Develops both vision and strategy that focuses team energy towards results
  • Maintains a working environment characterized by high levels of encouragement and trust
  • Drives team towards greater innovation and collaboration
  • Sets clear expectations and holds team members accountable for them

Communication

  • Conveys expectations and priorities to staff and/or volunteers
  • Uses written and verbal communication in a way that accomplishes intended results
  • Adheres to commitments, schedules, and deadlines
  • Regularly shares information with and solicits feedback from staff/volunteers

Pastoring/Shepherding

  • Demonstrates Christ-likeness and a commitment to personal spiritual growth
  • Leads staff and/or volunteers by serving and not by asserting control
  • Utilizes emotional intelligence and is emotionally available to those he/she leads
  • Invests in the development of staff or volunteers around him/her

Self-Development

  • Prioritizes and accomplishes self-development goals
  • Demonstrates an ongoing commitment to obtaining the necessary knowledge, attitudes, skills, and habits necessary to be successful in this role
  • Teachable spirit with a desire to learn and grow
  • The gap between the current job description and the employee’s current abilities is appropriate and allows for future growth

About Broken Arrow, OK

Broken Arrow (BA) is a suburb of Tulsa with a population of more than 111,000 people. It is the fourth-largest city in the state and part of the greater Tulsa Metropolitan Area, located in Tulsa County. 

Broken Arrow is often rated as one of the best places to live in Oklahoma. BA has a suburban feel that offers both small-town charm and big-city amenities. There are great outdoor activities and cultural attractions that draw people seeking arts and entertainment. BA's business climate is thriving, has three renowned hospitals, and excellent public and private schools.

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College & Single Adult Minister

About First Baptist Church Broken Arrow

  • Denomination: Baptist - SBC
  • Weekly Attendance: 1,200
  • Location: Broken Arrow, Oklahoma
  • The Role: College & Single Adults Minister

Established in 1904, First Baptist Church is a multigenerational congregation, serving the Christian community in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. For almost a century, FBCBA was located in a downtown location. The church's current location allows for easy access from all over the Tulsa Metropolitan area.

In 2020, Dr. Matt Brooks became the new senior pastor. With the addition of Steve Smith as the new executive pastor, the church has been diligently working to build a world-class team to serve the church. FBCBA exists to reach BA & beyond by multiplying disciples to follow Jesus.

FBCBA is committed to biblical preaching, expositional teaching, and life application. There are multiple expressions of vibrant worship at FBCBA. The church uses bands, orchestras, choirs, and vocals to engage people in worship. We also emphasize evangelism, missions, and discipleship. FBCBA is purposefully a multi-generational church and seeks to provide ministry and worship opportunities to both traditional and non-traditional church attenders of all ages and backgrounds.

In 2022, FBCBA will embark on a two-year giving initiative that will include a significant renovation and update to our facilities. The worship center, lobby/atrium, next-generation spaces, and offices will all be included in this project. FBCBA has historically remained debt-free and we intend to remain that way during this initiative.

The future is bright because the community is growing. We have a great and healthy staff culture. Our location is in an ideal location to reach our city. We are excited that you would consider joining the staff team at FBCBA as we work together to make a difference in Broken Arrow and beyond!

About the Role

College and Single Adult Minister

Department: Spiritual Development

Reports to: Spiritual Development Pastor

Supervises: None

Job/FLSA Status: Full-time; Exempt

Position Summary: Oversee and administer all ministries related to single adults helping members of each demographic to grow in Christ, leverage their life situation for Christ, and multiply disciples to follow Jesus in BA and beyond. Special focus will be given to the spiritual development of younger single adults as they transition from high school into college/the workforce.

Education/Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience required
  • Seminary degree preferred
  • Training and/or experience in ministry or a related field
  • Training in biblical counseling, teaching, and/or curriculum creation is a plus

Qualifications/Skills:

  • A committed follower of Christ
  • Able to follow through and complete tasks
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Detail-oriented, organized, able to multi-task
  • Possess discernment and have the ability to keep confidentiality
  • A heart for congregational care and reaching the lost

Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Administer the following programs/ministries:
    • Implement strategies for transitioning young adults from HS into college ministry
    • Develop strategic, ongoing initiatives for reaching and discipling young adults
    • Equip young adults in Scripture application and biblical decision-making
    • Increase our FBCBA’s ministry connections with local on-campus college ministries
    • Develop strategies for reaching and multiplying disciples among the multigenerational demographics of singles in our church
    • Implement and oversee a member-led DivorceCare Support Ministry
    • Develop initiatives to support widows and widowers
    • Leverage the discipleship potential of strategic, multigenerational disciple-making opportunities through 365 Groups
    • Discover, develop, and deploy ministry leaders as applicable
    • Prioritize the congregational care of our single members and guests
    • Any other duties as assigned

 

PERSONALITY, GIFTS, STRENGTHS, AND ABILITIES

While candidates possessing a range of traits and abilities could be successful, there may be characteristics best suited for this role. Using a variety of assessments in the selection process, the candidate will be evaluated based on personality type, spiritual gifts, passions, abilities, and strengths.

  • Personality: Any variation of these DISC personality types may be considered depending on spiritual gifts and other abilities displayed. The ideal candidate will score well in the C and/or S categories with the outgoing and relational aspects of an I.
  • Spiritual Gifts: Using the PLACE assessment tool, the ideal candidate will likely have Administration, Shepherding, Discernment, and Hospitality. Teaching and Mercy are a plus.
  • Abilities: Using the PLACE assessment tool, the ideal candidate will likely display an affinity for Enterprising and Social.
  • Passions: Using the PLACE assessment tool, the ideal candidate should show a mix of passions such as Challenging, Pioneering, Improving, Repairing, Leading, Managing, and Socializing.

COMPETENCIES AND TRAITS:

In addition to the specific responsibilities required for this role, First Baptist Church of Broken Arrow also seeks candidates that possess some general competencies and behavioral traits that enhance the effectiveness of our staff.

Management

  • Directs both resources and people (paid or unpaid) towards the accomplishment of goals
  • Maximizes personal effectiveness by focusing on “must-dos” tasks and delegating other priorities to others
  • Anticipates/avoids problems or formulates creative solutions
  • Makes timely decisions that produce quality outcomes

Leadership

  • Develops both vision and strategy that focuses team energy toward results
  • Maintains a working environment characterized by high levels of encouragement and trust
  • Drives team towards greater innovation and collaboration
  • Sets clear expectations and holds team members (ministry volunteers) accountable for them

Communication

  • Conveys expectations and priorities to staff and/or volunteers
  • Uses written and verbal communication in a way that accomplishes intended results
  • Adheres to commitments, schedules, and deadlines
  • Regularly shares information with and solicits feedback from staff/volunteers

Pastoring/Shepherding

  • Demonstrates Christlikeness and a commitment to personal spiritual growth
  • Leads staff and/or volunteers by serving and not by asserting control
  • Utilizes emotional intelligence and is emotionally available to those he/she leads
  • Invests in the development of staff or volunteers around him/her

Self-Development

  • Prioritizes and accomplishes self-development goals
  • Demonstrates an ongoing commitment to obtaining the necessary knowledge, attitudes, skills, and habits necessary to be successful in this role
  • Teachable spirit with a desire to learn and grow
  • The gap between the current job description and the employee’s current abilities is appropriate and allows for future growth

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Missions Coordinator

Position Summary

Assist the Next Steps Pastor with oversight and administration of the Missions teams, partnerships and ministry opportunities that empower individuals to fulfill the mission, vision and values of FBCBA.

Time Commitment

Part-time; Non-exempt

Reports To

Next Steps Pastor

Direct Reports

Missions Team Members, Volunteers & Trip Leaders

Education/Experience

Associates Degree or equivalent experience
Experience as an administrative or ministry assistant preferred

Qualifications/Skills

Committed follower of Christ
Dedicated builder of the Senior Pastor’s vision
Excellent communicator
Able to inspire and motivate teams
Gift of Administration

Position Profile:

While candidates possessing a range of traits and abilities could be successful at this role, there may be characteristics that are best suited for this role. Using a variety of assessments in the selection process, the candidate will be evaluated based on personality type, spiritual gifts, passions, and abilities.

  • Personality - Using the DISC personality model, a successful candidate could exhibit some of the following strengths: strong in both I [inspiring] & C [conscientious]

  • Spiritual Gifts - Using the PLACE Assessment tool, a successful candidate could exhibit some of the following spiritual gifts: administration, helps, leadership, and/or service

  • Abilities - Using the PLACE Assessment tool, a successful candidate could exhibit some of the following abilities: social, enterprising, and/or conventional

  • Passions - Using the PLACE Assessment tool, a successful candidate could exhibit some of the following passions: defending, developing/creating, leading, organizing, and/or serving

    Responsibilities and Duties

    Missions

o Assist the Next Steps Pastor with oversight and administration of the missions ministry and partnerships
o Communicate regularly with each local missions partner to assess status and needs [minimum quarterly]
o Facilitate communication between the Next Steps Pastor and all global partners on a regular basis
o Facilitate regular communication and meetings with the missions leadership team and the missions teams to develop missions strategies and plans to fulfill the mission of FBCBA
o Receive and review monthly reports from all missions partners [local & global] and provide summary report to Next Steps Pastor
o Facilitate identification of and training and regular communication with BLESS/Missions Mobilizers in each Sunday School class and small group
o Identify & communicate [to BLESS/Missions Mobilizer] ongoing local mission opportunities for all Sunday School classes and Small Groups [coordinate with Spiritual Development Pastor & Admin]
o Collect, track, and report all BLESS dashboard items weekly
o Facilitate weekly needs of ongoing local ministries [prison ministry, Camino Villa outreach, benevolence, etc.]
o Assist mission trip team leaders with all aspects of trip administration [flights, documents, passports, visas, funding, etc.]
o Provide final summary report for all missions trips to Next Steps Pastor
o Report monthly on all service projects and missions trips to Next Steps Pastor
o Assist the Next Steps Pastor in developing missions budgets
o Assist the Next Steps Pastor in administration and oversight of the missions budgets [monthly]
o Any other duties as assigned in alignment with the mission, vision, and values of FBCBA

Community Preschool Teacher

Position Supports: Community Preschool

Time Commitment: School Year Teacher (18-20 hours/week), Summer Camp Teacher (12 hours/week), or Substitute Teacher (as needed)

Education/Experience: The ideal candidate has some experience working with children. 

Qualifications/Skills: The ideal candidate must be a committed follower of Christ. The ideal candidate must work well with others and with good communication skills. The ideal candidate must be able to develop lesson plans to assist children with character development through the use of age-appropriate Bible-based thematic units, as well as concepts in math, writing, music, art, social studies, and science. CPS is always accepting applications for teachers for the school year, Summer Camp, and applications for substitute teachers for both Summer Camp and the school year. 

 

Childcare Coordinator

Position Supports: Preschool Ministry

Time Commitment: 20 hours weekly (not guaranteed, but as needed)

Education/Experience: The ideal candidate would have experience in coordinating an organization which would include managing personnel, curriculum, and lesson plans. The ideal candidate would also have knowledge of preschoolers’ characteristics and traits.

Qualifications/Skills: The Childcare Coordinator is responsible, under the direction of the Preschool Minister, for coordinating the childcare ministry. This person would create a Christ-centered learning environment that is a fun, hands-on learning experience that is age-level appropriate. This candidate will have a ministry heart with a desire to identify childcare teachers by creating an environment that draws people into wanting to be involved in the childcare ministry.

This role requires supervisory and organizational skills and knowledge of preschoolers’ and kids’ characteristics and traits. The ideal candidate should be a committed follower of Christ, be able to work well with people and as a team to create a safe and welcoming environment for our preschoolers, kids, parents, and teachers.

 

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Childcare Teacher

Position Supports:  Preschool Ministry

Time Commitments: As Needed:  Wednesday mornings, Wednesday evenings, Special Events

Education/Experience: The ideal candidate has experience with preschoolers and/or school age kids.

Qualifications/Skills: The ideal candidate must be a committed follower of Christ and actively attending First Baptist Church Broken Arrow. They must work well with others and be a team player. A general knowledge of preschoolers, their characteristics, and traits would be desirable. Classroom management and lesson planning would be desirable.

Childcare is always accepting applications for teachers and substitutes.

 

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iKamp Camp Counselor

Position Summary
 
Supervise camp activities and manage campers associated with their respective group as well as iKamp as a whole.

Time Commitment
Full-time seasonal (Eight, 40-hour weeks in June and July annually)

Education/Experience
  • Must be 18-years of age (high school graduate desired)
  • Leadership and/or camp experience preferred

Qualifications/Skills

  • A committed follower of Christ
  • Detail-oriented, organized
  • Able to complete assigned tasks
  • Great people/communication skills
  • Must enjoy working with children and be able to supervise & lead staff

Responsibilities and Duties

  • Assist the Almighty Sports Director, Lead Counselor, and Asst. Lead Counselor in managing the
    day-to-day operations of iKamp.
  • Ensure the safety & well-being of all campers under your supervision.
  • Facilitate an environment of fun, excitement, and energy within a respective age group.
  • Build relationships with campers assigned to a group
  • Guide campers in participation in all activities
  • Manage the iKamp daily schedule for the respective age group.
  • Work with and assist junior counselors as assigned
  • Enforce rules of camp as necessary for campers
  • Resolve or refer camper conflict
  • Resolve or refer camper disciple as per iKamp policy
  • Monitor iKamp rooms/facilities (equipment, set-up, cleanliness, etc.)
  • Set rooms up for use on Monday
  • Reset rooms for use on Friday
  • Take the daily roll of iKampers and provide to Head Counselor
  • Account for iKampers during field trips and activities
  • Accompany iKampers to all activities
  • Participate in all activities with iKampers
  • Manage discipline issues as per policy and report to Head Counselor
  • Interact with parents/family as needed.
  • Other duties as assigned by the Almighty Sports Director

Accountability

Lead Counselor, Assistant Lead Counselor & Almighty Sports Director

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Albany School of Music Teacher

Position Summary

Teach private music lessons in piano, guitar, voice, and drums.

Time Commitment 

Part-time; Non-exempt

Reports To

Worship Pastor

Education/Experience

Bachelor’s Degree or Associates Degree in music with a major in one of the instrument(s) of your field.

Non-degree candidates will be considered on a case by case basis.

Graduate students working on their degrees are also eligible and welcome for the available teaching positions.

Qualifications/Skills

A committed follower of Christ
Be involved regularly at FBCBA or their home church

Position Profile:

  • Model exemplary Christian behavior as an example to their students and others whether at church or in the community.
  • Give instruction using positive means, ample encouragement, and showing Christ’s love. Our goal is to enable all students to develop their skills and use them to glorify God.

Responsibilities and Duties

  • Teach private music lessons
  • Communicate with parents regarding lessons, rehearsals, and recitals

 

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