Part-Time Communications Coordinator 

Job Description
The Communications and Multimedia Coordinator actively collaborates and engages with staff to execute print, social media, and website projects. They serve as a graphic designer and editor to create video content for online programs and print publications.
Work hours range from 20-25 hours a week, depending on workload. Possible evening or weekend work hours.


• Degree or experience in, Communication, similar field is required or a minimum of 2 years of production experience
• Understanding of basic computer network concepts
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
• Ability to manage multiple projects independently
• Able to use Adobe or professional video editing software desirable
• Attention to detail
• Able to take direction from a supervisor
Communication responsibilities
• Web designer, social media management, website updates
• Creation of newsletter, church bulletin, and trifold information
• Able to create and launch email, social media campaigns
• Mastery of Mail Chimp, Google Apps, Microsoft Office
• Creative and an excellent communicator and strong writer
• Graphic design for print publications and online publications
• Creation of Facebook events, posts, and information

Office Responsibilities
• Answer phone calls and inquiries with professionalism and care
• Prepare intakes for baptisms, weddings, and funerals
• Assists with mailings and print needs of staff and congregation

Media Responsibilities (highly desirable, but not required)

• Live stream worship capture and upload
• Camera operator/sound mixer/gaffer and grip during the recording sessions
• Utilizing multiple cameras for recording
• Upload videos to Facebook and YouTube
• Live streaming to Facebook/Youtube when requested
• Podcast creation

Reports to Office Manager
Must be able to efficiently use the following software/social media platforms:
Microsoft Publisher, Microsoft Word, Email Campaign Software (Constant Contact, MailChimp) Photo-Editing Software, Adobe Creative Suite (including InDesign), WordPress, Social Media (LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Hootesuite). DropBox, Google Apps.

Email office (at)

Facilities/Building Assistant

Dewitt Community Church is seeking a Facilities/Building Assistant for evenings and weekends. This position is responsible for building cleaning, set up and take down of rooms for church events and meetings, snow and lawn maintenance. Ability to handle special projects such as painting, light mechanical and electrical, and flooring work is ideal. Candidates must have a valid drivers’ license and reliable transportation. The ideal candidate will have mechanical and electrical skills, ability to use computer systems, emails, and cell phones, and be able to work evenings and weekends. Demonstrated written and oral communications with the ability to demonstrate compassion, teamwork, and customer service a must.
Qualified candidates should send resumes and salary expectations to 

Director of Youth Ministry

Director of Youth Ministry

Dewitt Community Church is a large non-denominational church with a rich history of providing worship, music, youth and children’s ministry, missions, and has a heart for our community and the world. Find out more about our church on our website (

The Director of Youth Ministries will plan, develop, lead, and help grow a ministry of education, nurture, spiritual growth, evangelism, service, and discipleship for youth and their families at DCC. This position will be responsible for providing spiritual formation for our youth in Middle and High School. This position will work in collaboration with a team which includes the Pastor of Spiritual Formation, church staff, and others dedicated to youth and families.

At DCC, youth ministry is defined as those in 5th-12th grades. This is a part-time position which would require some regular office hours as well as time outside normal office administrative office hours in order to meet with youth and their families.

Job Type:
Part-time, 15-25 hours, some hours flexible (may include evenings and weekends).

Paid time off

Preferably two-year college degree or college credit, preferably in a related field

This job is ideal for someone who is:
People-oriented — enjoys interacting with people and working on group projects
Adaptable/flexible — enjoys doing work that requires frequent shifts in direction
Innovative — prefers working in unconventional ways or on tasks that require creativity
Loves teenagers and is passionate about shepherding youth
Has good interpersonal, communication, and organizational skills
Engage and follow up with youth and parents on a regular basis by phone, email, and text
Able to plan and coordinate youth activities including: retreats, social events, mission opportunities, discipleship, small group meetings, and worship while helping connect youth and families
Willing to teach Christian Education with an emphasis on the Youth in such areas as: Sunday school, Confirmation (w/pastor), other education opportunities
Able to direct, coordinate, and/or develop curriculum for all planned youth instructional times
Able to attend and participate in weekly staff meeting for prayer and to provide or review plans
Meet and communicate with parents of the youth on a regular basis

This position also will be coupled with candidates who have gifts and skills in one of the following areas:
Music (vocal, instrumental, leading worship experience, etc.)
Mission outreach (mobilizes youth and adults to provide hands on ministry on a monthly basis)
Community engagement (utilizing existing and creating new church partnerships and programs for ministry and engagement)
Family Ministry (Organize staff and volunteers to create and sustain ministry to children, youth and families)

Please email your resume and Cover Letter to