About This Opportunity:
As the Operations Administrator you are the go-to point person in assisting the ministry teams with whatever they need to accomplish their objectives with excellence and efficiency. Foster and contribute to an environment of service, love and collaboration in the Horizon team through proactive planning and thorough administrative skills.
Tasks & Responsibilities
- Serve as office manager in support of Horizon’s administrative needs
- Master all the ins and outs of our databases and software (especially F1 GO) and assist in training others how to use them effectively to strengthen their ministry. Brainstorm new ways to maximize their potential.
- Work with Horizon’s other administrative team members to collaboratively tackle adhoc tasks with quality communication and a mission minded attitude.
- Ensure phone calls, emails, and visitors are greeted and responded to professionally and promptly.
- Support the Operations Manager to help keep the physical campus welcoming, safe and maintained with a high degree of excellence.
- Ensure building security through training, oversight of security access, emergency response, and managing our security systems. Maintain friendly relations with the local police force and on-campus security officers.
- Keep building inventories stocked in a proactive, timely, and cost-efficient manner.
- Energetic, self-starting, adaptable and motivated. Ready to be a team player and eager to help wherever needed.
- Passionate for and feels called to Horizon’s ministry. Strongly associates with spiritual gifts and talents such as administration, helps, hospitality, or exhortation.
- Exudes a friendly and welcoming attitude that makes visitors or regular attendees alike feel comfortable and genuinely loved.
- Well organized with excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Understands and maintains confidentiality as it pertains to Horizons’ ministry.
- Proficient in technological tools such as Excel, Word, Publisher and Outlook. Experience in other data management and administrative tools a plus.
- Embraces Horizon’s mission, vision, and doctrine.
- Able to work full time (35 hours during the week and 5 hours on Sunday mornings).
To comfortably connect people to God through the Bible and a community of growing Christ-followers.
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Horizon Community Church
A growing church designed to reach leaders and professionals in the higher income suburbs of eastern Cincinnati. In 2011, Horizon opened a beautiful new debt-free building on 75+ acres and today enjoys weekly in-person and digital attendance of 1,500-2,000.
At Horizon, we recognize that a spiritual journey is personal and unique. For that reason, we offer two distinctly different weekend services:
- The Exploring Service (11 a.m. Sunday) is designed for those who are just beginning to investigate Christianity or who are recently returning to faith. The service addresses topical themes and spiritual questions relevant to everyday life such as "Who is God?" and "How can I accomplish a more meaningful and more enjoyable life?”
- The Equipping Service (8:30 a.m. & 9:45 a.m. Sunday) is designed for those who are maturing in their faith, featuring participatory worship music, Calvary Chapel-style expository verse-by-verse teaching focused on specific books of the Bible, and monthly communion. The goal is to equip Christ-followers for the work of the ministry of the church (Ephesians 4:12) and purposefully role model and encourage a continuation of time with the Lord in worship and in His Word between weekends by getting alone with God and in fellowship with others. Horizon also offers a variety of groups and study opportunities, for people at all stages of their spiritual journey. The aim is to create comfortable environments where someone can explore at their own pace, free from pressure or expectations.
Horizon serves the Village of Indian Hill and the surrounding communities of Terrace Park, Mariemont, Anderson and Madeira. The area’s population is approximately 100,000 and includes a predominant mixture of affluent and upper middle class families with children. The Cincinnati metro area has 2.2 million people, ranking it as one of the 30 largest metro areas in the U.S. It is only a 13-mile commute to downtown Cincinnati. Six Fortune 500 companies have headquarters in the Cincinnati area, which rank in the nation’s Top Ten. Numerous corporate headquarters in the area include Proctor & Gamble, Kroger, Cintas, Fifth Third Bank, E.W. Scripps, First Financial, and American Financial Group.
- Contact Information:
- Brad Grosjean
- Horizon Community Church
3950 Newtown Road
Cincinnati, Ohio 45244