Production Manager

Central

Job Summary:

This position is responsible for overseeing production of weekend services for a specific campus to visually represent the mission, vision and interests of Forest Hill Church in the weekend service environment. Performs duties as established to meet the organizational mission, vision, and values of Forest Hill Church.

 

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Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

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· Manage the campus volunteer production teams (recruiting, training, scheduling).

· Actively participate effectively in workflow planning meetings.

· Collaborate across ministries and teams to represent the mission, vision and interests of Forest Hill Church in the weekend service environment.

· Attend weekly global and campus specific staff meetings.

· Oversee the weekend service environment (planning, logistics, aesthetics and service flow).

· Oversee maintenance and upkeep of production equipment.

· Responsible for setting the stage for rehearsals and weekend services.

· Responsible for weekend service lighting programming.

· Oversee the production aspects of events, rehearsals, etc.

· As needed, support production ministries and teams across campuses with needs.

· Effectively manage resources (people, time, money) for highest and best use.

 

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in production-related field and at least 2+ years of experience and strong working knowledge of audio, video and lighting in a live environment,.
  • Strong ability to mix audio on a digital console, and be knowledgeable with conventional and intelligent lighting.
  • Strong relational and organizational skills; ability to lead a volunteer team in a ministry environment
  • Ability to oversee and produce a live weekend environment.
  • Ability to communicate effectively and ask for clarification when needed.
  • Ability to trouble-shoot problems which may occur during a service and efficiently solve the issue.
  • Ability to interact professionally and courteously with church ministries.
  • Previous management experience preferred.

 

Physical Requirements:

  • Must be able to occasionally lift and move over 50lbs (moving lights, road cases, cameras, etc.)
  • Must be able to occasionally bend, stoop, kneel, and climb to install production equipment.

 

Interested candidates should email, HR@foresthill.org

Childcare Coordinator

South Park

As the Childcare Coordinator, this position coordinates childcare services for Forest Hill Church Adult Ministries, particularly Bridge Groups that meet on campus. Specifically, this role is responsible for arranging a safe and fun environment for children birth-5 years of age by scheduling classroom leaders, planning curriculum and providing a positive experience for both the parents and children. This role performs duties as established to meet the organizational mission, vision, and values (DNA) of Forest Hill Church.

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Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

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  • Collaborate with Discipleship Team Lead and Campus teams to assess environments that most need childcare support
  • Create strong working relationship with Campus staffs who use the same facilities for children, such as Family Ministry Teams or Preschool Staff
  • Recruit, manage and care for capable and caring childcare workers to lead classrooms
  • Planning and implementing regular trainings for childcare workers
  • Communicate clearly, kindly and effectively with families using childcare environments or reimbursements
  • Design appropriate curriculum for use in classrooms that encourages families and upholds the Gospel
  • Design and manage an efficient system for Bridge Groups using on-site childcare including:
    • Registration
    • Payment
    • A communication plan to raise awareness of the system
       
  • Maintain an accurate inventory of classroom supplies, including cleaning supplies, and exercise good stewardship when ordering new items as needed
  • Manage payroll process for all childcare workers

 

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Educational background or experience equivalent in child development
  • Excellent relational skills
  • Ability to respond promptly within established guidelines for coordinating classroom/leader changes
  • Ability to plan and coordinate several events at one time
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office products
  • Ability to use professional judgment and discretion when handling confidential and/or sensitive information
  • The ability to prioritize workflow, juggle multiple projects at once and change directions in mid-project

 

Interested candidates should email, HR@foresthill.org

Youth Ministry Associate Director

Fort Mill

Job Summary

The Next Gen Ministry seeks to build bridges that connect every kid, student, and young adult to dynamic life in Christ to fulfill the mission of Forest Hill Church. The Youth Ministry Associate Director will be an essential role in pursuing the mission of Forest Hill in the lives of middle and high school students. This position will be responsible for building bridges through developing influential relationships with students, leaders, and parent, as well as leading catalytic environments for students to bring friends and grow in their faith. These responsibilities are established to meet the organizational mission, vision, and values of Forest Hill Church.

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Critical Competencies

Capacity for Collaboration – the ability to work well together with others in a way that makes everyone better.

  • With Next Gen Pastor, Youth volunteer teams, and Fort Mill campus staff

Capacity of Development – the ability to build character and competency in others that enables people to do what you do.

  • Put LeadX to practice by developing a leadership pipeline and pathway among Youth volunteer teams

Capacity to Communicate – the ability to provide inspiration, clarity, and direction

  • For individuals and groups in person, online, and in writing

 

 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

The Youth Ministry Associate Director exists to develop influential relationships and lead catalytic environments that connect students and young adults to a life-changing relationship with Jesus. This happens through relational ministry, discipleship, and evangelism in the form of our five ministry strategies: gather together, link up, invest in here, impact out there and engage online.

 

Essential duties and responsibilities, shown below, will vary based on organizational need.

  • Make prayer a priority at work
  • Pursue consistent relational ministry with middle school students, high school students and young adults
  • Collaborate with Youth Pastor, Next Gen Director, and Campus Staff for ministry initiatives
  • Develop volunteer coaches and teams to lead the ministry in line with Lead X
  • Lead catalytic environments through creating, planning, and executing relevant, intentional and engaging programs and events
  • Develop and implement social media strategy for connection with students
  • Participate in Youth Bridge Groups on a regular basis
  • Participate on annual Youth trips
  • Uphold Child Protection Standards and Expectations

 

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent.
  • At least two years of experience in a Youth ministry role
  • Experience communicating to large and small groups of students in an engaging way.
  • Ability to lead and develop teams.
  • Relationally motivated and passionate about students and young adults following Jesus
  • Ability to work efficiently.
  • Self-motivated; excellent problem-solver.

 

 

Interested candidates should email, HR@foresthill.org

Kids Ministry Director – Bilingual(Spanish)

Eastland

This position will be responsible overseeing campus-specific Kid’s Ministry between nursery, preschool, elementary, and preteen. This role will ensure alignment among the Kid’s Ministry, and effective ministry execution in each area through leadership, collaboration, supervisory of team, and championing ministry initiatives. Performs duties and provides leadership to establish and meet organizational mission, vision, values and strategy.

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General Responsibilities

 

  • Prioritize prayer for the church, ministry, team, and age groups we’re seeking to build bridges with that connect everyone to dynamic life in Christ.
  • Provide leadership and direction for all Kid’s Ministry environments on the campus including, but not limited to Large Group, Small Group, Lead X, and Engage Online
  • Spend 25% of work hours relationally with kids, students, or families to develop influential relationships with next gen connected and disconnected from Jesus
  • Plan, coordinate, and lead catalytic environment (including weekly programming and quarterly and yearly (summer camps) bridge building events and trips) for the specific age group they oversee, ensuring that the experience is fun, inviting, energetic, and all about Jesus
  • Collaborate with Next Gen Director to contextualize Kid’s Ministry environments to meet specific needs of the campus while aligning them with the overall Kid’s Ministry goals
  • Collaborate with campus production and worship staff to create catalytic environments that engage kids in an exciting way, all while connecting kids to dynamic life in Christ
  • Collaborate with Next Gen Central Support for curriculum and trip coordination for campus implementation
  • Develop and supervise Kid’s Ministry Associate(s) on the campus, ministry volunteers and a volunteer coach model, equipping them with the knowledge and skills to perform in their roles and in larger ministry capacities
  • Spend 25% of work hours relationally with ministry volunteers to care for them, develop them, and celebrate them
  • Serve as the primary lead of Next Gen Ministry to Kids on stage, online, and through digital communication
  • Uphold Forest Hill Church Child Protection Policy

 

Competences, Knowledge, Education, and Experience

  • Must be Bilingual in English and Spanish.
  • Team leadership and large group management, relational intelligence and collaboration, upfront communication, and administrative skill
  • At least 3 years’ worth of Kid’s Ministry experience, or an equivalent experience (ex. teaching, YMCA, etc.)
  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Experience leading a team, working with systems and processes, communicating to children, developing volunteers, and organizing large group and small group environments

Interested candidates should email, HR@foresthill.org

Next Gen Support Specialist

Central

Job Summary:

The Next Gen Ministry of Forest Hill Church seeks to build bridges that connect every kid, student, and young adult to dynamic life in Christ. The Next Gen Support Specialist will play a vital role in providing essential tools for campuses to effectively connect with individuals and families. This position will be responsible overseeing Next Gen database, dashboard, budget, and calendar, as well as providing support for the annual Next Gen trips. These responsibilities are established to meet the organizational mission, vision, and values of Forest Hill Church.

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Critical Capacities

Capacity for Collaboration – the ability to work well together with others to make everyone better

  • With Next Gen central team and campus teams to achieve best plans and best practices

Capacity of Development – the ability to impart character and competency to enable people to do what you do

  • Put LeadX to practice by developing a volunteer support team

Capacity to Communicate – the ability to provide clarity and direction

  • In person, online, and in writing

 

 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Next Gen Central Support exists to provide consistent ministry support and assistance for the Next Gen Ministry teams at all FHC campuses. This position is responsible for overseeing the Next Gen database, dashboard, budget, and calendar, as well as providing support for the annual Next Gen trips.

 

Essential duties and responsibilities, shown below, will vary based on organizational need.

  • Make prayer a priority at work
  • Manage the Next Gen administrative systems, including: database, dashboard (metrics), budget, and calendar to ensure accurate, up-to-date, and accessible processes and information
  • Oversee the purchasing and inventory of bulk supplies and items for Next Gen Ministry
  • Provide support for the annual Next Gen trip planning process, execution and post trip follow-up, and attend as needed
  • Uphold Child Protection Standards and Expectations

 

Supervisory Responsibilities

This job has no direct supervisory responsibilities.

 

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent.
  • At least two years of experience in an administrative or support role.
  • Skilled in Mircrosoft Word, Excel, Google Docs, and equivalent database systems.
  • Ability to give direction and constructive guidance to others.
  • Strong attention to detail and working knowledge of database management.
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills.
  • Ability to work efficiently.
  • Self-motivated; excellent problem-solver.

 

Disclaimer:

The above information on this description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees within this classification. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, and qualifications required of employees assigned to this job.

 

Interested candidates should email, HR@foresthill.org

Internship Opportunities

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  • Production Intern (Waxhaw)
  • NextGen Youth (South Park)
  • Connections (Easland)

Interested candidates should submit their resumes hr@foresthill.org.

Motion Graphic Designer

Central

As a Motion Graphic Designer, you concept and create content that supports Forest Hill on all of its creative channels. From weekend service elements, event promotion, social media content and more, the work you create will help Forest Hill accomplish its mission of building bridges to those far from God.

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General Responsibilities:

  • Create video content for services that supports Church/series branding and environmental design.
  • Create mograph content for our online content channels, with an emphasis in Instagram and Youtube.
  • Brainstorm creative projects as part of the Creative team.

Must Haves:

  • Relevant experience in motion graphics and working in a professional, creative environment.
  • Proficiency in After Effects, Cinema 4d, and widely used plug-ins for both.
  • Ability to execute a project from concept to completion, with particular strengths in storytelling and graphic design.
  • Desire to be a part of a collaborative work environment, contributing elements video projects and others outside of normal motion graphics.
  • Ability to handle multiple projects at different stages of development and regularly hit deadlines.
  • Experience taking an implementing the feedback of others.
  • The drive to continually improve learn and grow at your craft.
  • A personal relationship with Jesus, and a calling to advance His kingdom through the use of creativity.
  • A demo reel available online.

Bonus If:

  • Demonstrated experience working with or developing a brand identity.
  • Experience in adding visual effects to video projects.
  • Experience in building and growing creative volunteer teams.
  • Firm grasp in rendering technologies such as Redshift, Octance, or comparable.
  • Experience in styles geared towards young adult audiences.
  • Technological understanding of how to trouble shoot issues in hardware or software that arise in projects.
  • Demo reel or porfolio in other creative disciplines.

Make sure the link to your reel is prominent in your submission. If work show was created in collaboration with a team, make sure your contribution is clearly communicated. This position is central for all campuses and works out of our South Park location.

Interested candidates should submit their resumes AND Demo Reel to hr@foresthill.org.

 

 

Worship Leader

Ballantyne

This full-time position will share responsibility for creating and facilitating engaging and meaningful Christ-centered worship experience that reflects the mission, vision and interests of Forest Hill Church.

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Additional duties include:

  • Collaborate in the creative design of weekend worship experiences.
  • Lead the congregation in worship on the weekends and other worship gatherings.
  • Provide coaching and guidance of contract and volunteer personnel in worship.
  • Collaborate with supervisors, peers, direct reports and support personnel to achieve common goals.
  • Help to create tracks (vocal or instrumental) and other resources to compliment the worship experience.
  • Participate in vocal and instrumental rehearsals.
  • Recruit, audition, and facilitate the development of all stage personnel.
  • Collaborate in the creation, composition, arrangement and publishing of original Forest Hill Church worship elements.
  • Support the worship/music needs in pastoral functions and special emphases of the church.
  • Provide relief and support to other campus worship teams as needed.
  • Spanish speaking, no required, but preferred 

 

Qualified candidates should possess a diverse knowledge of musical styles, ability to lead diverse musical performances that engage large congregations, strong vocal and instrumental ability, strong interpersonal skills, ability to develop others, and strong time management skills. The successful candidate will have at least two years of experience leading adults in worship within a large church, experience in worship music composition and arrangements (both vocally and instrumentally), and experience working with relevant music tracking software. Associates degree or higher education and proficiency in one or more lead musical instruments and competence in a variety of styles of musical performance preferred.

 

Interested candidates should submit their resumes AND performance video(s) to hr@foresthill.org.

 

 

Preschool Teacher

Fort Mill

Forest Hill Academy is a faith-based, full-day, year-round preschool which focuses on building a solid foundation where every child will learn how to grow into dynamic life in Christ by caring for the whole child (spiritually, socially, emotionally, physically and academically) in a loving, nurturing setting.

 

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Forest Hill Academy is currently hiring full-time and part-time teachers for ages 6 months to pre-K. Teachers must have undergraduate college or university degree in early childhood, child development, or a related field; or must have at least a high school diploma or GED and at least six months experience as a teacher/caregiver in a licensed, approved or registered child care facility.

 

Job responsibilities include:

  • Providing a Christ centered, safe, engaging environment for children.
  • Working with children in groups or one-on-one, depending on the needs of children and the subject matter.
  • Planning and carrying out a curriculum that targets different areas of child development, such as language, motor, and social skills.
  • Keeping records of the students’ progress, routines, and interests, and keeping parents informed about their child’s development.
  • Establishing and maintaining positive working relationships with fellow staff, parents, and administration.

 

COVID-19 considerations:
Staff and children are required to complete daily COVID questionnaires as well as temperature checks, wash and/or sanitize hands frequently throughout the day as well as maintain social distance (when possible).

Interested candidates should email, HR@foresthill.org 

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