COC Site Safety Coordinator

Administration · Antioch, California
Department Administration
Employment Type Part-Time
Minimum Experience Entry-level

COC Site Safety Coordinator

 

Purpose

 

To Glorify God by serving the ministries and purposes of the COC through the process of caring for and protecting COC guests, facilities, and grounds.

 

  1. LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT
    1. Engages in cooperative partnerships with other departments and staff to accomplish objectives
    2. Proves to be a resourceful problem solver who exercises sound judgment
    3. Views his/her work through the gospel lens, seeing it as an important part of carrying out the church’s theological vision for ministry
    4. Possesses a responsibility for ministry expressed by a “first in, last out” mentality
    5. Takes initiative and demonstrates innovation and creativity in completing tasks

 

 

  1. MINISTRY RESPONSIBILITIES

            

There are two primary responsibilities associated with this position:

            

  1. SITE SAFETY

 

Supervise all COC site safety requirements during evening programs and on other occasional pre-approved occasions. This role will involve leading, training and developing a team of ministry partners who have been especially recruited for this ministry. Only approved ministry partners form the Site Safety Team. Together with this team, the COC Site Safety Supervisor will ensure safety both inside and outside the facility. 

 

The Site Safety Supervisor will ensure that team members demonstrate our Core Values as they carry out their duties and help our guests to live out COC Code of Conduct designed to cultivate a biblical lifestyle and attitudes.

 

  1. ROUTINE UPKEEP OF FACILITIES

 

Supervise and participate in the routine cleaning & maintenance of the COC facilities during and after evening events programs or as directed by the COC Community Outreach Pastors. This includes:

 

  • Training and Supervising ministry partners who set up the dining room and check bathroom facilities before guests start to arrive.
  • Developing a team who will clean in the kitchen, dining room and bathrooms according to the COC standards. This team will comprise of a healthy blend of both approved ministry partners and COC guests themselves.

 

The Site Safety Supervisor will also maintain on-going communication with the Facilities Supervisor to ensure mutual cooperation with overlapping duties. These duties will include and but are not limited to:

 

  1. Cleaning and maintaining buildings and grounds to professional standards as determined by the Director of GHCC Facilities. 
  2. Ensuring that standards of cleanliness within the kitchen and associated areas comply with SERVSAFE and County Health Department requirements.
  3. Preparing facilities to reflect EMS booking requests (eg. Set up chairs, tables layouts etc..)
  4. Work with the pastors of the COC and Facilities Supervisor in preparation of annual budget proposals relative to repairs and maintenance of the COC facilities.
  5. Cooperating with the Facilities Supervisor to develop and maintain maintenance and cleaning schedules for the building and associated equipment and to file manuals and literature on same. 
  6. Keeping floors windows, furniture, equipment clean and maintained to high standards consistent with and determined GHCC Brentwood facilities.
  7. Clean all bathrooms and keep them stocked as needed.
  8. Arranging repairs to broken fixtures, equipment, leaks and dripping faucets as a matter of priority. 
  9. Replacing fuses, reset breakers and replace bulbs/tubes as necessary.
  10. Cutting and watering grass, edge sidewalks, curbs, remove or spray weeds, remove unwanted plants, branches, trim shrubs and trees as appropriate.

 

 

  1. OTHER

 

  1. Attend regular staff meetings.
  2. Establish and maintain clear communication with pastors, office staff and ministry partners. 
  3. Model the core values of the COC and train others to do likewise.
  4. Carry out or assist in other duties as deemed reasonable by the COC Pastor.

 

 

III.     Qualifications/Qualities

 

-       Demonstrates a love for Christ and passion for the Great Commission.

-       Demonstrates Christian maturity in words, deeds and in prayer.

-       Is an active member of a Christ centered bible believing Church. 

-       Understands the “When Helping Hurts” issues and the principles of relief, rehabilitation and development.

-       Sees the workplace as an opportunity to develop disciples among our ministry partners and our guests.

-       Ability to graciously lead ministry partners.

-       Has good people skills, is able to encourage others and knows when to be firm.

-       Has an ability to recognize and diffuse potentially difficult individuals. 

-       Values every person irrespective of who they are and demonstrates the love of Christ in all situations.

-       Some previous work experience in facility/maintenance would be helpful.

-       Some working knowledge of electronic communications would be helpful.

 

  1. REPORTING

 

            The Facility and Site Safety Supervisor will report directly to the Pastor for Community Outreach Center. 

 

  1. CONCLUSION

All ministry personnel of Golden Hills Community Church are called to live their lives individually and ecclesiastically in a manner glorifying to Christ and pleasing to God.

 

Thank You

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  • Location
    Antioch, California
  • Department
    Administration
  • Employment Type
    Part-Time
  • Minimum Experience
    Entry-level