Job/Volunteer Opportunities

Liquid Church is a creative Christian church with a compelling vision—we take church to the people!  With campuses in Morristown, New Brunswick, Nutley and Mountainside, over 3,000 people experience our services every weekend.  As one of NJ’s fastest-growing Christian churches, we’re looking for volunteer leaders to help us in the adventure ahead.

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Job : Assistant Campus Worship Leader

Liquid Church is making a lasting difference around the world by leading people to become fully devoted followers of Christ. Liquid Church is a multi-site mega church with 4 campuses across NJ and a global audience through Church Online. We are risk-taking, irrationally generous, spiritual contributors who bring our best, laugh hard, and honor God with integrity. You can be part of this growing and dynamic church.

Worship is more than the music before a sermon. Worship happens every day and should never be confined to the church. The responsibility of a Worship Leader is to lead others to live their lives like the lyrics of a song, continually praising God for His love and goodness. If you agree, you could be what we’re looking for.

We are currently looking for a Worship Leader to be a part of the core team in leading Liquid Church’s fourteen gatherings in musical worship each weekend. Read on for details.

You are:

  • Talented and have strong musical leadership and experience with keys, guitar, or other instruments
  • More then likely to be found rocking skinny jeans and a scarf then a suit and tie on a Sunday
  • Organized and efficient especially with time management
  • An excellent communicator both orally and written
  • A multi-tasking team player with high energy, strong interpersonal skills, and a positive attitude
  • Experienced with tracks, clicks, loops
  • Somewhere on the same style board music setting as Chris Tomlin, Jesus Culture, Hillsong United, and Phil Wickham.

You will be:

  • Providing front-and-center leadership of the music in our Liquid Church gatherings
  • Responsible for planning, organizing, and spiritually leading multiple worship experiences on weekends and other possible weekly events
  • Recruiting, training, and building a worship team
  • Planning and organizing worship experiences to meet weekly time requirements, including mid-week rehearsal
  • Working directly with and answering to the Liquid Church Worship Pastor

Formal Stuff:
All staff are to be members and actively involved in the ministry of Liquid Church. Liquid’s Strategy for our community is summarized in two words, Connect and Contribute. Connect with others in a Life Groups, and Contribute by giving and serving. We anticipate that staff will lead in these areas by example. Each new employee is hired as an “Introductory Employee” at Liquid for a period of 3 months. During the Introductory Period, you will have the opportunity to learn your new position and see whether you enjoy your employment at Liquid. The Church will use this period to evaluate your performance and determine whether you are able to meet the job requirements and its expectations. It is anticipated that this position will take approximately 6 hours per service for each week leading. The hours fluctuate according to which campus you serve.


Job : Associate Campus Pastor

Do you have a heart for Christ, a mind for organization, and a passion for people? Are you a natural born leader with a sharp eye for the details who thrives in fast paced environments? Do you enjoy team building and helping people find their next step?

The role of Associate Campus Pastor is for natural-born leaders with the ability to help lead one of our large city campuses and one of our key areas of ministry. Although you're not responsible for preaching the sermon on weekends, you hold a major role in leading, influencing, inspiring, recruiting, and caring for our diverse congregation of Christ followers. You will be the Campus Pastor's right hand person as you coordinate Life Groups, Service Teams and campus-wide events.

You are:

  • A proven leader and motivated team-builder
  • Passionate about recruiting & leading volunteers
  • Experienced in leadership roles in either a church or corporate environment
  • A multi-tasker, but organized and can follow through and get things done
  • Hard-working, but know how to laugh & have a good time
  • Self-confident, secure and more passionate than power-hungry
  • A team player no matter what & you work well with other people
  • Committed to the Vision & Core Values of Liquid Church

You will be:

  • Responsible for helping people to connect and contribute at Liquid through building relationships
  • Leading and coordinating all Life Groups/Classes and other activities at the campus level
  • Responsible for building teams, developing leaders and volunteers on Sunday and in the week
  • Leading campus staff team while staying committed to the overall vision of Liquid
  • Responsible for a church-wide ministry such as College Ministries or Life Groups
  • Managing all campus-wide events such as Baptisms, Special Events & Outreaches
  • Performing pastoral activities such as weddings, funerals, baptisms, and child dedications

Minimum requirements include:
3 years experience serving in a church of 500+ or more OR
5 years comparable experience in corporate or team leadership


Volunteer : Campus Expansion Scout

Under the direction of the Guest Connections Director (GCD), the Campus Expansion Scout (CES) is responsible for supporting the research, identification and sourcing of future campus locations.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities

Campus Site Searches

  • Use current attendee/guest data to determine densely populated areas/cities
  • Determine towns/areas around these populations for a potential campus location
  • Create a full/comprehensive list of all potential locations
  • Make phone calls to narrow down the pool to high potential locations
  • Conduct research, site visits, and find resources to help staff make decisions about campus possibilities
  • Perform site searches to finalize list of locations for next Liquid campus
  • Assist in the discussion of campus needs and requirements once a location is deemed to be a high likelihood for next Liquid campus
  • Assist with negotiations for space contracts and details (i.e. Large meeting space, Liquid Kids/Infuse space, Parking, etc)
  • Coordinate appointments and visits to space for Liquid Staff at the appropriate time in the process

Core Compentencies

  • Enthusiasm: Passionate about helping Liquid expand our reach through new campuses
  • Relational: Possess strong yet affirming relational skills. This person is not afraid to approach and initiate conversations with people they don’t know, balancing Grace and Truth
  • Mulit-Tasker: Ability to manage multiple projects and work assignments
  • Communication: Excellent communication skills, both in person and by phone that support the vision & mission of Liquid Church
  • Team Player: The ability to work collaboratively with Liquid Staff and ministry volunteers
  • Whatever It Takes: Willing to do whatever it may take to help
  • Dependable: Is self-motivated, takes initiative, consistently ready to serve
  • Computer: Basic experience & competence (Apple)

Commitment and Status

All volunteer staff are to be members with their family and actively involved in the ministry of Liquid. Liquid's strategy for our community is summarized in three actions, Come, Connect and Contribute. Come and invite your friends to worship at Liquid on Sundays, Connect in a Life Group and Contribute by giving and serving.  We anticipate that staff will lead in these areas.  Approximately 10 - 15 hours per week.


Job : Campus Pastor

Do you have the kind of leadership that has people following you anywhere? Are you a Rock Star team-builder? Does the thought of inspiring large groups of people to be part of Something Bigger than themselves fill you with excitement?

The role of Campus Pastor is for natural-born leaders with the ability to quarterback one of our large city campuses. Although you're not responsible for preaching the sermon on weekends, you hold the primary role of leading, influencing, teaching, inspiring, recruiting, shepherding, and caring for our diverse congregation of Christ followers.

You are:

  • A proven leader with a knack for public speaking
  • A strong communicator and motivated team-builder
  • Passionate about recruiting & leading volunteers
  • Experienced in leadership roles in either a church or corporate environment
  • A multi-tasker, but can follow through and get things done
  • Organized and able to stay on top of administrative duties
  • Hard-working, but know how to laugh & have a good time
  • Self-confident, secure and more passionate than power-hungry
  • A team player no matter what
  • Committed to the Vision & Core Values of Liquid Church

You will be:

  • Responsible for providing Point Leadership at one of our city campuses
  • Responsible for hosting & producing our weekend worship services
  • Leading campus staff team while staying committed to the overall vision of Liquid
  • An instrumental part of building teams, developing leaders and volunteers
  • An instrumental part of developing Life Group leaders and coaches
  • Performing pastoral care responsibilities such as weddings, funerals, and baptisms

Minimum requirements include:
5 years experience serving in a church of 500+ or more OR
8 years comparable experience in corporate or team leadership


Job : Connections Coordinator

Under the direction of the Campus Pastor, the Connections Coordinator’s (CC) primary goals are to help people take their next steps at Liquid Church and work with volunteers to create infrastructure to support “next steps.” The primary vehicles for individuals to take their next steps are through Service Teams, Life Groups and Life Classes. The secondary vehicles are Membership Events, Baptism Services, Outreaches and Backstage Tours.

Vision Casting and Leadership: With the Pastors and support of the CST, the CC determines the vision for Service Teams, Life Groups and Life Classes including the philosophy, curriculum and leader development. The CC has primary responsibility for implementing the vision. This vision must incorporate an understanding of clear leadership development objectives for members, while still allowing “next steps” to be accessible for those new to church.

  • Leadership Development – Provide regular training opportunities for ne wand existing leaders of teams, classes and life groups
  • Class Strategy Development – Work alongside CST to develop core classes offered as well as select leaders/apprentices for core classes.
  • Creation and Implementation for “Entrance Opportunities” – Provide first step opportunities encompassing communication, technical and relational assistance.
  • Service Team System Development – Evaluation of service team process to create environment for people to take their first step and also to cultivate relationships with core team members.
  • Life Group Strategy Development – Work alongside CST to develop yearly calendar/life cycle for life groups, as well as development of new and existing life group leaders.
  • Assimilation Strategy Development – Work alongside CST to develop system to get a first time guest to regular attendee including Backstage Tours, Events, Outreaches and Baptism Services.

Sunday Service Operations: On Sunday, the CC provides key leadership for all vital aspects supporting Liquid services at the local campus from the parking lot to the ballroom. The CC will handle the following:

  • Greeting Volunteer Teams – recruiting scheduling and training of Greeting Team volunteers/leaders including set-up/take down of Guest Services, Welcome Center, FTG bags, Computer Sign-Ups, Indoor/Outdoor Signs and Volunteer Center for all service teams. This includes on to two greeting trainings per month and leader training periodically.
  • Creating an engaging Environment – work with host hotel to creat warm environment for Liquid attendees/members for Sunday services and events and easy access to take next steps.
  • Sunday Greeting Team Management – The CC manages all Greeting Team volunteers and leaders. Greeting Team responsibilities include greeting guests, service attendance, collection of offering and securing offering in safe, FTG count and distribution, sign-ups, special service distributions, ushering, communion, connection card collection, refreshing ballroom between services and managing coffee and food service.
  • 5 Minute Party – The CC is responsible for meeting and connecting with both FTG and regular attendees who are not currently connected at Liquid through a team, group or class.
  • Connecting with Greeting Team Members – The CC is responsible for connecting with Greeting Team members to provide emotional/spiritual support during life crisis.
  • Life Class Set-Up – The CC is responsible for making sure signs are posted and classrooms are set and materials are ready for life class leaders.
  • Assimilation – Work alongside CST in development of assimilation system for all FTG and attendees to Liquid.

Implementation of Strategy: the CC must be sure that the ministry moves beyond Sunday logistics for first time guests, attendees, and team members/leaders.

  • Ministry – (On-going) Follow-up throughout the week with any life crisis for Greeting Team Members, Life Group Leaders and Life Class Leaders.
  • Thank you cards – (Weekly) send out thank you cards to Team Members, Life Group Leaders and Life Class Leaders to tell them what a great job they are doing.
  • Connection Cards – (Weekly) follow up on any requests from submitted Connection Cards for information on teams, life groups, classes, or special questions regarding next steps or campus specific information.
  • Prayer – (Weekly) follow up on 2-3 prayer requests from Connection Cards.
  • Logistical Support – Administrative/reporting support for all campus events/classes/greeting team/groups for changes/updates in Fellowship One.
  • Communication – Communication with creative and internet teams to communicate changes/updates.
  • Assimilation – Implementation of assimilation system for all FTG and attendees to Liquid, including incorporation of Constant Contact.
  • Class Wrap-Up/Follow-Up – Work alongside leaders to wrap up class logistics and de-brief on class experience and feedback.
  • Life Group Leader Follow-Up – De-brief with Life Group Leaders regarding experience and feedbsck.
  • Life Group Leader Interviews – The CC is responsible for interviewing life group leaders as well as the logistics involved in taking a life group leader sign-up through making that life group active on the menu.

Social Activities

  • Greeting Team – The CC is responsible for organizing two social activities for the Greeting Team/Service Teams per year.
  • Life Group Leader Training – The CC is responsible for organizing one social activity in addition to one training session for Life Group Leaders per year.

Leadership Training Activities

  • Service Teams – The CC is responsible for organizing one training activity for the Service Team leaders per year.
  • Life Group Leaders – the CC is responsible for organizing one training activity for the new Life Group leaders per year.

Bi-Yearly Activities

  • Outreach Events – the CC is responsible for organizing two campus Outreach Events per year including all volunteer coordination.
  • Baptism – The CC is responsible for two campus baptism events per year including all volunteer coordination.
  • Backstage Tours – The CC is responsible for organizing monthly Backstage Tours, including all logistical and assimilation follow-up

Communication and Status: Liquid’s Strategy for our community is summarized in three words, Come, Connect and Contribute; Come and bring your friends to worship at the Sunday services, Connect with others in a Life Group and Contribute by giving and serving. We anticipate that staff will lead in these areas by example. Each new employee is hired as an “Introductory Employee” at Liquid for a period of 3 months. During the Introductory Period, you will have the opportunity to learn your new position and see whether you enjoy your employment at Liquid. The Church will use this period to evaluate your performance and determine whether you are able to meet the job requirements and expectations.

Summary: The Liquid Connections Coordinator is a relational and detail oriented role that is responsible for building relationships and logistical management life of life groups, service teams, life classes, outreaches, baptism. The CC should be a strong leader with clearly recognized gifts in the following areas:

  • Leadership – The CC is responsible for multiple moving pieces on any given Sunday as well as multiple roles throughout this week. The person must have strong leadership and ability to manage multiple projects at one time.
  • Strategic Planning – an ability to see the big picture and plan for the future.
  • Relational Ability – a “people” person who works well with staff and volunteers of varying personality types.
  • Management Skills– recruiting and motivating volunteer teams to "make church happen".
  • Detail Oriented – from updating web-site to creating spreadsheets of volunteer schedules, the person must be able to keep many details straight and maintain a high level of excellence while multi-tasking.

Other qualities deemed essential to success as a Connections Coordinator include:

  • Personal Character – needs to be a person with high level of integrity and personal character.
  • "Can Do" Attitude – willing to do whatever it takes to make services and church events effective.
  • Team Player – ability to work collaboratively with the Liquid Church staff on a daily basis.

Job : Worship Leader (New Brunswick)

Liquid Church is making a lasting difference around the world by leading people to become fully devoted followers of Christ. Liquid Church is a multi-site mega church with 4 campuses across NJ and a global audience through Church Online. We are risk-taking, irrationally generous, spiritual contributors who bring our best, laugh hard, and honor God with integrity. You can be part of this growing and dynamic church.

Worship is more than the music before a sermon. Worship happens every day and should never be confined to the church. The responsibility of a Worship Leader is to lead others to live their lives like the lyrics of a song, continually praising God for His love and goodness. If you agree, you could be what we’re looking for.

We are currently looking for a Worship Leader to be a part of the core team in leading Liquid Church’s fourteen gatherings in musical worship each weekend. Read on for details.

You are:

  • Talented and have strong musical leadership and experience with keys, guitar, or other instruments
  • More then likely to be found rocking skinny jeans and a scarf then a suit and tie on a Sunday
  • Organized and efficient especially with time management
  • An excellent communicator both orally and written
  • A multi-tasking team player with high energy, strong interpersonal skills, and a positive attitude
  • Experienced with tracks, clicks, loops
  • Somewhere on the same style board music setting as Chris Tomlin, Jesus Culture, Hillsong United, and Phil Wickham.

You will be:

  • Providing front-and-center leadership of the music in our Liquid Church gatherings
  • Responsible for planning, organizing, and spiritually leading multiple worship experiences on weekends and other possible weekly events
  • Recruiting, training, and building a worship team
  • Planning and organizing worship experiences to meet weekly time requirements, including mid-week rehearsal
  • Working directly with and answering to the Liquid Church Worship Pastor

Formal Stuff:
All staff are to be members and actively involved in the ministry of Liquid Church. Liquid's Strategy for our community is summarized in two words, Connect and Contribute. Connect with others in a Life Groups, and Contribute by giving and serving. We anticipate that staff will lead in these areas by example. Each new employee is hired as an "Introductory Employee" at Liquid for a period of 3 months. During the Introductory Period, you will have the opportunity to learn your new position and see whether you enjoy your employment at Liquid. The Church will use this period to evaluate your performance and determine whether you are able to meet the job requirements and its expectations.


Volunteer : Central Office Administrator

Do you enjoy being at the center of activity helping to ensure that everything runs smoothly? Do you like organizing and improving the work environment for a busy office? The volunteer staff role of the Office Administrators will be to coordinate the activities necessary to ensure the Central Office (Mountainside) operates smoothly. In addition, the Office Administrators will provide support for the Volunteer Coordinator, Finance department and Data Entry projects as identified. The OAs will report to the Director of Office Administration.

This will be a job-sharing position, with 3 to 4 people on the Office Administration team. The hours are flexible between 9am and 3pm, and you can commit to three to five hours on your scheduled day(s), whatever number of hours fit your schedule. Each team member will commit to 1 or 2 days per week. We are currently looking for a person to serve on Wednesdays.

Primary Duties & Responsibilities

Responsibilities:

This job will incorporate support for a wide variety of areas within the Central Office. Those areas include Receptionist, sorting and distributing mail, supporting Finance with incoming donations and deposit confirmations, ordering supplies and stocking the kitchen and conference rooms, verifying and documenting the weekly Staples order, coordinating conference room scheduling, forwarding the church general email, weekly data entry support, and special projects as required for Service Programming and Family Ministries.

Core Competencies:

  • Computer literate with internet searches, word documents, excel spreadsheets, and accurate data entry.
  • Friendly and helpful attitude, “can-do” willingness to pitch in wherever needed.
  • Pleasant telephone voice.
  • Organized and willing to work as part of a job-sharing team supporting each other.

Commitment & Status:
All volunteer staff are to be actively involved in the ministry of Liquid Church. Liquid’s strategy for our community is summarized in three actions: Come, Connect and Contribute. COME and invite your friends to worship at Liquid Church on Sundays; CONNECT in a Life Group; and CONTRIBUTE by giving and serving. All of our staff will lead in these areas.


Volunteer : Data Coordinator

Under the direction of the Guest Connections Director (GCD), the Data Coordinator (DC) is responsible for:

  • Championing Data Cleanliness and Maintenance
  • Support the GCD with ongoing data and metric projects and goals

Primary Duties and Responsibilities

Data Cleanliness and Maintenance

  • Duplication Management - Purging profiles to eliminate duplication of data
  • Update profiles to Inactive/Dropped status for attendees that have not been “active” in over two years
  • Process customer and source documents by reviewing data for deficiencies and resolving discrepancies by using standard procedures or returning incomplete documents to the GCD for resolution
  • Perform data entry for guest/attendees by inputting alphabetic and numeric information on keyboard according to screen format
  • Maintain data entry requirements by following data program techniques and procedures
  • Verify entered attendee data by reviewing, correcting, deleting, or reentering data
  • Maintain attendee confidence and protect operations by keeping information confidential
  • In collaboration with the GCD, interpret data and develop recommendations based on findings
  • Generate routine and ad hoc reports to support Liquid Staff and volunteer leaders
  • Locate and correct data entry errors, or report them to GCD

Core Compentencies

  • Enthusiasm: Passionate about helping Liquid communicate and support our attendees by ensuring data is up to date and accessible
  • Relational: Possess strong yet affirming relational skills. This person is not afraid to approach and initiate conversations with people they don’t know, balancing Grace and Truth
  • Mulit-Tasker: Ability to manage multiple projects and work assignments
  • Communication: Excellent communication skills, both in person and by phone that support the vision & mission of Liquid Church
  • Team Player: The ability to work collaboratively with Liquid Staff and ministry volunteers
  • Whatever It Takes: Willing to do whatever it may take to help
  • Dependable: Is self-motivated, takes initiative, consistently ready to serve
  • Computer: Basic experience & competence (Apple)

Commitment and Status

All volunteer staff are to be members with their family and actively involved in the ministry of Liquid. Liquid's strategy for our community is summarized in three actions, Come, Connect and Contribute. Come and invite your friends to worship at Liquid on Sundays, Connect in a Life Group and Contribute by giving and serving.  We anticipate that staff will lead in these areas.  Approximately 10 - 15 hours per week


Volunteer : Guest Connections Coordinator

Under the direction of the Campus Associate Campus Pastor (ACP) or Connections Coordinator (CC), the Guest Connections Coordinator (GCC) is responsible for:

  • Leading volunteers to create a welcoming experience for all of our guests each week
  • Encouraging guests to take the next step at Liquid
  • Supporting the systems and infrastructure to provide the best guest experience each week

This volunteer staff role will report directly to the ACP or CC, and be a part of the Campus Team under the leadership of the Campus Pastor. Time Commitment is approximately 10 hrs. a week including 6 hours on Sundays, 1 hour for training and 3 hours with communication.

Volunteer Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Provide key leadership for guest connections team each week to include:
  • Creating an engaging environment each week for all Liquid attendees
  • Recruiting, scheduling, training & managing of Guest Connections Team volunteers/leaders. The guest connections team responsibilities include greeting guests, service attendance, collection and securing of offering, counts, new here experience, sign-ups, ushering, parking team, and refreshing all adult experience areas.
  • Handling all aspects of Guest Connections including set-up/take down of Guest Connec-tions, New Here booths, signage, etc.
  • Coordinate the communication of classes, training, baptisms, etc. each week
  • Support volunteers through:
  • Follow-up through the week with life crisis for team members
  • Thank you cards sent weekly to the team members
  • Pray regularly for team members
  • Handle administrative support for guest connections, attendance, campus events, etc in Fel-lowship One and submit the Campus Sunday Survey weekly
  • Maintain communication channels
  • Weekly with ACP/CC
  • Bi-monthly with Campus Pastor
  • Provide Guest Connections support for campus outreach events and baptisms

What a win looks like:

  • Great guest experience each week
  • Fully staffed, trained and envisioned team each week
  • All Administrative and communication responsibilities maintained

Core Competencies:

  • Enthusiasm: Passionate about helping lead teams and creating a great guest experience
  • Experience: Minimum of one year service experience preferred
  • Relational: Possess strong yet affirming relational skills, not afraid to approach and initiate conversations with people you don’t know, able to balance Grace and Truth.
  • Communication: Support the vision/mission of Liquid Church
  • Team Player: The ability to work collaboratively with Liquid Staff and ministry volunteers.
  • Whatever It Takes: Willing to do whatever it may take to help guests feel welcome
  • Dependable: is self-motivated, takes initiative, consistently ready to serve
  • Computer: Basic experience & competence, particularly with Apple products

Commitment and Status:
All volunteer staff are to be actively involved in the ministry of Liquid. Liquid’s strategy for our community is summarized in three actions, Come, Connect and Contribute. Come and invite your friends to worship at Liquid on Sundays, Connect in a Life Group and Contribute by giving and serving. We anticipate that staff will lead in these areas.


Volunteer : Life Groups Campus Coordinator

The Life Group Coordinator (LGC) is responsible for:

  • Championing Life Groups on a campus
  • Shepherding, communication, and support of Life Group Leaders on a campus.
  • Encouraging and assisting Liquid attendees in finding a Life Group that is right for them.

This volunteer staff role is a part of the Campus Team and reports to the campus Connections Coordinator or Associate Campus Pastor with a dotted line to the Life Groups Director. Time Commitment is approximately 10 hrs. a week including 4 hours on Sundays, 2 hours for training and 4 hours with communication.

Volunteer Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Provide encouragement and support for Life Groups Leaders to include:
    • Developing relationships
    • Encouraging Leaders in their objective of developing community, discipleship and service
    • Support Leaders as they encourage their groups to serve together in the Fall & Spring

  • Coordinate the implementation of campus leader events and meetings including
    • Life Group Leader Training
    • Life Group Connect
    • Leader community-building event per semester (Fall/Spring)
    • Represent Life Groups at Next Steps Kiosk and Backstage Tour, as needed

  • Assist in identifying and interviewing potential Life Group Leaders

  • Regular update meetings and communication
    • Monthly with Life Groups Pastor
    • Bi-monthly with Campus Pastor
    • Communicate with Life Group Administrator to ensure data integrity.
    • Send 3-5 weekly notes/cards to leaders and
    • Submit the Campus Sunday Survey weekly

What a win looks like:

  • Life Group participation at 80% or higher for the campus
  • Relational credibility with the Campus Life Group Leaders
  • Life Group Leader Training events turnout at 66% or better
  • New Leader participation in LGLT at 90% or higher
  • Recruit 1 new leader per month.
  • Assist with the Development of coaches for all life group leaders
  • High level of communication and partnership with Life Group and Campus Ministry Teams

Core Competencies:

  • Enthusiasm: Passionate about helping Life Group Leaders succeed and Liquid attendees experience community in a Life Group.
  • Experience: Minimum of one year of Life Group Leadership experience preferred.
  • Relational: Possess strong yet affirming relational skills, not afraid to approach and initiate conversations with people you don’t know, able to balance Grace and Truth.
  • Communication: Support the vision/mission of Liquid Church and Liquid Life Groups.
  • Team Player: The ability to work collaboratively with Liquid Staff and ministry volunteers.
  • Whatever It Takes: Willing to do whatever it may take to help Life Groups grow
  • Dependable: is self-motivated, takes initiative, consistently ready to serve
  • Computer: Basic experience & competence (Apple)

Commitment and Status:
All volunteer staff are to be members with their family and actively involved in the ministry of Liquid. Liquid’s strategy for our community is summarized in three actions, Come, Connect and Contribute. Come and invite your friends to worship at Liquid on Sundays, Connect in a Life Group and Contribute by giving and serving. We anticipate that staff will lead in these areas.


Volunteer : Volunteer Care Coordinator (New Brunswick)

The VCC reports directly to the Connections Coordinator (CC) for all matters concerning volunteers and ensuring all odds and ends of set-up and take-down are met.

The personality profile for this role best fits one who is a host/hostess - connecting well with others while ensuring there is a welcoming environment for all volunteers upon entering the Volunteer Room. This person is a multi-tasker, with the ability to move in and out of conversations easily while still being able to refresh food and drinks, keeping the Volunteer Room clean. The VCC will recruit, train and schedule the Volunteer Care team (10-15 volunteers).

Main Responsibilities:

Set-up

  • Ensure the Volunteer Room is ready by 7:45 am.
  • Pick-up bagels before arriving…or coordinate pickup with the Roadies Coordinator
  • Get food and drinks ready to be consumed
  • Create a clean and welcoming environment for volunteers.

Support Volunteers

  • Ensure all volunteers feel welcome in the Volunteer Room area.
  • Generate conversations with volunteers.
  • Facilitate connections between volunteers.
  • Welcome new volunteers and shown them around Volunteer Room
  • Use down time for lengthier conversations and/or to provide spiritual care to volunteers.

Refresh Volunteer Room & Lobby Coffee

  • Ensure there is enough food and drinks for the 11:30 am service volunteers.
  • Clean up and refresh the area to prepare for the next set of volunteers.

B-fast Clean-up // Lunch Prep

  • Clean up Volunteer Room area.
  • Ensure that all the supplies, machines, cutlery, etc. used are cleaned.
  • Invite volunteers who are serving that Sunday to come to volunteer lunch!
  • Receive food delivery and coordinate setup (make sure water/lemonade is ready)

Volunteer Lunch Set-up

  • Refer to the “Sunday Food Schedule” and place the lunch order by Thursday, 12pm
  • Refresh room as volunteers come and go; greet and meet with all volunteers
  • If necessary, order extra pizza so we don’t run out of food as volunteers continue to arrive
  • Arrange for extra food to be ready for PM Roadies (by 2 pm)
  • Ensure that all supplies & cutlery are cleaned and stored properly in the Room 306 Kitchen.

Mid-Week

  • Debrief by email with CC to review food amounts from Sunday, transfer receipts and order supplies/food for the following Sunday.
  • Collect receipts for all supplies and food purchased with CC's AMEX.

Other

  • Work closely with CC to plan and execute 2 events per calendar year, with the goal of volunteer retention, appreciation and building community at our campus
  • Work with the CC to identify volunteers who could assist with Volunteer Room duties.
  • Assist with the distribution of Volunteer Appreciation gifts (i.e. new t-shirts) to all service team huddles on Sunday morning
  • Assist with researching potential vendors to provide food for Sunday & special events
  • Assist with researching prices and shopping for food staples (i.e. bottled water, cookies) to ensure variety and maximize a limited monthly budget.
  • Maintain discretion on matters concerning vendor negotiations and budgeting.