Journey Kids Administrator – Tower Grove


  1. Fulfills The Journey’s membership requirements as outlined in the membership covenant
  2. Fulfills the character qualifications and duties of a deacon as taught in Scripture (1 Timothy 3:8-13)
  3. Has a passion for children and families growing in their love for Jesus
  4. Able to communicate well with volunteers and parents, both verbally and in written form
  5. Detail oriented and gives attention to accuracy
  6. A team player who is able to work well with others and be flexible
  7. Has organizational skills to manage several teams and projects simultaneously


Basic Job Description

The Journey Kids Administrator works to provide for the smooth operation and administration of Journey Kids, specifically weekend services at Tower Grove. He/she will ensure materials and resources are ready for the weekend and provide administrative support for special events and initiatives. Some day-to-day responsibilities could include:


Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Create and manage the volunteer weekend schedule, including last-minute subs/swaps
  2. Coordinate the onboarding and offboarding processes for new volunteers
  3. Purchase needed supplies and hospitality for Journey Kids, classes, and special events
  4. Manage registration, promotion, and communication for Journey Kids events and initiatives
  5. Collaborate with the Creative Communication team to create design work (print pieces, web and in-service slides, signage, etc.)
  6. Manage external Journey Kids communication content (website, social media, newsletters)
  7. Assist with planning and provide admin support for special events (child dedications, trainings, childcare for events, etc.) and attend as needed
  8. Lead weekend prep team and ensure all curriculum materials and resources are ready for weekend services (including class supply bins and media components)
  9. Create and manage processes to ensure services run smoothly each weekend (hospitality, attendance rosters, spaces are equipped with necessary supplies, etc.)
  10. Follow-up on facility and technology issues/updates with ministry support
  11. Provide initial follow-up with new families
  12. Become a “PCO (Planning Center software) expert” to manage the Journey Kids calendar, create monthly reports, and provide training support to Journey Kids greeters/service coordinators for PCO check-ins
  13. Reply to general Journey Kids communication requests (email, response cards, phone calls)
  14. Recruit and lead volunteer administrators to assist in providing admin support to Journey Kids
  15. Participate in weekly staff meetings and monthly all-staff meetings
  16. Assist the Journey Kids Director with other tasks as needed


Status: Part-time, non-exempt

Hours: 20 hours per week

Schedule: 10-12 hours in the office; flexible for the remainder of hours

Benefits: 403b, accrued vacation, and sick leave

Reports to: Journey Kids Director