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Christ the Redeemer Anglican Church is currently seeking a part-time Administrative Assistant. This position should be filled by the end of January, 2019. To Apply for this position, please send your resume to the Rev. Dr. Brian G. Campbell

Job Description for Church Administrative Assistant

Christ the Redeemer Anglican Church, Norfolk, Virginia

Diocese of Christ Our Hope

Supervision:   The Administrative Assistant reports directly to the Rector.  Time and form of supervision to be determined by the Rector.

Employment Classification:  Hourly part-time (15-20 hours/week); $12/hour

Job Responsibilities:  The Administrative Assistant will provide secretarial, administrative, and operational (including communication and ministry coordination) assistance to the Rector, staff, and ministries of Christ the Redeemer.

The Administrative Assistant’s job duties will include:

  • Designated “First Responder”:
    • Answer the phone; respond to all general emails; greet visitors to the church during office hours; schedule and coordinate appointments (service providers, deliveries, etc);
  • Administration:
    • Responsible for the creation and revision as necessary of all
  • Administrative/Office Systems;
  • Coordinates and monitors the supplies needed by the church (including but  not limited to: office, worship, kitchen, cleaning, and restroom), and is responsible for ensuring an adequate inventory of the same;
  • Oversees and maintains the Church’s Calendar;
  • Administratively assists the Rector, staff, and other lay leaders of ministries as needed;
  • Attend and take minutes at all Staff and Leadership Council meetings.
  • Communication:
    • Update and maintain all web-based communications (Web page, Facebook, and other Social Media);
    • Update and maintain church’s data-entry membership software;
    • Oversee the production and maintenance of all print communications (bulletins, brochures, invitations, posters etc).
  • Ministry Coordination:
    • Coordinate all administrative aspects of existing Lay Ministries;
    • Monthly communication with Ministry Heads
      • Check-in and communication;
      • Analysis of need (report to Staff);
  • Track the ministry involvement of our members and associates (quarterly reports given to Staff);
  • Coordinate all events that require volunteer coordination (in consultation with the Rector).

The Administrative Assistant may be assigned other tasks as determined at the Rector’s discretion.


  • Mature Christian faith (handle issues confidentially and gracefully);
  • Demonstrated skills in administration, communication (written, verbal, interpersonal), and technology (proficiency in standard business software, electronic media, etc);
  • Ability to work both independently (self-starter, self-initiator) and cooperatively (team player);
  • “Servant heart” and disposition;
  • Successful completion of background check.