Immediate Position Opening
The Director of Ministerial Wellbeing is responsible to oversee and administer Geneva’s programs that serve the wellbeing of our ministers and to work with the Vice President of People & Culture to develop new wellbeing programs, as appropriate. He or she will also oversee Geneva’s Relief programs, advocate for the needs of those we serve before the church at large, and work with the Director of Philanthropic Giving to raise the necessary funds for Geneva’s Relief efforts.
- Oversee and implement Geneva’s programs designed to promote holistic health in pastors and ministry workers across the denomination.
- Collaborate with the Vice President of People & Culture to develop new holistic health programs to serve pastors and ministry workers.
- Assist the Vice President of People & Culture in utilizing, tracking, and reporting on the use of any proceeds received from any charitable granting organization.
- Administer the various programs for Relief as articulated in the Financial Assistance Guidelines and directed by the Vice President of People & Culture. This includes:
- Managing the application process to determine eligibility as set forth in the Relief Board Charter and Financial Assistance Guidelines.
- Working with the Financial Assistance Committee to assess the needs of each applicant and determining the level of assistance appropriate for each circumstance.
- Overseeing the payment of approved assistance and the proper accounting for all awards.
- Providing timely reports to the Board of Directors for each of the various programs.
- Work with the Director of Philanthropic Giving to plan and conduct fundraising campaigns.
- Advocate for those this ministry has the privilege to serve. This will mean promoting the needs of our church servants and the work of Ministerial Relief among our churches, presbyteries, and the General Assembly.
- Strong devotion to Jesus Christ, holiness, and a passion to make Him known.
- A Christian whose life reflects spiritual maturity as evidenced by the fruit of the Spirit and knowledge of the basics of the faith.
- Active member of an evangelical church that affirms the tenets of historic Christianity (PCA church preferred but not required).
- In agreement with Geneva’s Statement of Faith.
- Passion for the church and its ministry leaders who work in it.
- Ability to form and maintain solid relationships with church leaders quickly and easily.
- Excellent oral and written communication skills.
- Capable of delegating responsibility to team and coaching them to performance standards.
- Committed lifelong learner.
- Strong collaborative skills in order to work well with other Geneva associates and other PCA committees and agencies.
- Tenacity to persevere in a challenging business and ministry environments.
- 4-year college degree.
- Master’s degree in related field strongly desired.
- At least 5 years of successful related business experience.
- Previous leadership experience.
- Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
- Demonstrated experience in developing and inspiring associates.
- Ability to meet deadlines and to work independently to complete tasks.
- Ongoing participation in continuing education in relevant disciplines and skills.
- Regular and active participation in denominational and professional associations (such as participation in General Assembly and presbytery activities, CBA, Church Alliance, etc.).
This position is supervisory and will be expected to lead the Relief Team and eventually the Pastoral Wellbeing Team.
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate. Periodic travel to support the work will be required.
Geneva’s offices are located in Lawrenceville, Georgia. This is an in-office position. Remote work is not an option.
Geneva Benefits Group serves those who serve others, providing practical support for the financial, physical, and mental wellbeing of people who work in full-time ministry.