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Higher Ed Administrative Careers - Campus Ministry, Higher Ed Administrative Careers - Other
Position Summary The Director of Spiritual Formation will lead and supervise the Office of Spiritual Formation by providing direction, vision, and oversight for a variety of developmental initiatives campus wide, including the twice-weekly chapel program and the weekly small group experience. The Director will also look to develop new opportunities to enhance the worship, discipleship, personal development and spiritual lives of students.
Serve as the primary coordinator for all aspects of spiritual formation for the campus community including chapel, discipleship, prayer, retreats, conferences, and service opportunities.
Direct the college chapel program, to include coordination of chapel calendar, contacting and selecting speakers, overseeing worship, creating alternative chapel offerings and communicating programs to the campus.
Work closely with the Director of Creative Arts and the Coordinator of the Worship Arts Concentration to plan the worship experience in the chapel program.
Coordinate hosting logistics of out of town speakers as it relates to Departmental operations.
Manage evening events with selected chapel speakers.
Responsible for the ongoing development, management, assessment and expansion of programs and services that promote spiritual formation of the student body, staff and faculty members.
Serve as an academic instructor in one (1) section of Foundations of Spiritual Formation Class each semester.
Work collaboratively with the Ministry Leadership Department regarding updates to the Foundations of Spiritual Formation Class.
Provide pastoral counseling to students, speak regularly in chapel, and help maintain the spiritual pulse of the campus.
Assist in counseling services and crisis intervention for students in partnership with the Director of Counseling Services.
Provide support to students and families in emergency situations.
Participate in special projects related to Spiritual Formation designated by President’s Cabinet
Serve as the liaison with community religious organizations, pastors, and on-campus student groups (SGA, class spiritual life representatives, etc.).
Collaborate with the Director of Creative Arts and the Music Department regarding the scheduling and use of Grace Chapel and the Performing Arts Center.
Serve on two committees: Quality Educational Program (QEP) and Assessment, Response, and Care (ARC)
Attend monthly Student Affairs Division and Director meetings.
Develop and maintain monthly Departmental reports.
Assist in revisions to the student handbook as it relates to Department content.
Supervise student volunteers within the Office of Spiritual Formation.
Develop, prepare and manage the department budget.
Assess the work of the Office of Spiritual Formation.
Have availability on evenings and weekends, as needed.
Expected Start Date July 2020
Master’s degree in Ministry Leadership, Spiritual Formation, Pastoral Ministry, Counseling or related field.
A minimum of five (5) years of experience in professional ministry, higher education, or related experience.
Possess a strong desire to work with students.
Ability to effectively reach and teach a diverse student body.
Spiritually mature Christian in agreement with the college statement of faith and committed to the vision, mission and values of Toccoa Falls College.
Outstanding supervisory skills.
Outstanding written and communication skills.
Doctorate degree in a related field applicable to the position duties.
Experience working with college students in a campus ministry setting.
Application Process All interested applicants should submit a cover letter, resume or CV, and a completed TFC application should be sent to Mary Kaye Ritchey, Director of Human Resources, at email@example.com. The TFC staff application can be found at https://tfc.edu/employment. Successful candidates will be required to fully pass a personal background check.
Any questions or inquiries can be sent to Abigail Davis at firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications will be reviewed beginning February 15, 2020 and will continue until the position is filled.
About Toccoa Falls College
Toccoa Falls College is an evangelical, independent, and interdenominational college, affiliated with the Christian and Missionary Alliance denomination. It seeks to maintain the biblical emphasis of a Christian college while offering the broad range of professional studies of a liberal arts college. Toccoa Falls College is located in the foothills of the northeast Georgia mountains, 95 miles north of Atlanta, GA and 65 miles south of Greenville, SC. The campus is situated on 1,100 beautiful acres and includes a 186’ high waterfall. The College is regionally accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) and is a member of the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities (CCCU).
As an equal opportunity employer, TFC encourages women and minorities to apply.