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Youth Director (Decatur Campus)

Part-Time / Schedule Varies

Position Summary:

The Youth Director’s primary responsibility is to lead and oversee all services and activities for Youth (7th – 12th grades) at the campus. The Youth Director will collaborate with the Campus Pastor to establish strategic goals and objectives for Youth that align with the overall vision and mission of Trinity Fellowship.

Essential Functions & Responsibilities:

  • Recruit, train, & inspire adult leaders and helpers for all weekly Youth services and activities at the Campus.
  • Plan, lead, and/or facilitate Wednesday night Youth services to help students experience God, find community, and fulfill their purpose.
  • Manage and maintain all property & equipment used in the Student Ministry Center (SMC) at Trinity Fellowship Decatur.
  • Coordinate with TFM personnel to maintain sound, lighting, video, and computer equipment used in the SMC.
  • Network and share strategies on a regular basis with Youth Pastors at the other Trinity Fellowship Campuses.
  • Ensure that Trinity Decatur’s Youth program is in compliance with the ministry model.
  • Provide coaching, visionary and pastoral leadership for all leaders and helpers.
  • Host one “Borger Meeting” per week with at least 1 person.
  • Attend monthly All-Staff Meetings in Amarillo.
  • Follow safety and operational procedure at active worksite location.


Nonessential Functions & Responsibilities:

  • Periodically reviews responsibilities and evaluates improvements to the best practices and processes of the position.
  • Other projects and duties as assigned.


Qualifications & Minimum Requirements:

  • Must have a servant’s heart and possess the ability to be confidential and sensitive to people on all levels.
  • Sound in Biblical theology and doctrine.
  • Core attributes and traits: Christian Maturity, self-motivated, team player, compassionate, good judgment and problem solving abilities, detailed and organized.
  • Excellent oral and written skills.
  • Able to sit, stand, or work for extended periods of time at a computer and/or in an office environment.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office, Excel, Outlook, Acummatica or other accounting software, and in the use of sound and lighting equipment.
  • Active member of the Trinity Fellowship church family in attendance, serving and giving.
  • Strives to fulfill Trinity Fellowship’s mission to help others: “Experience God, Find Community, and Fulfill Your Purpose”.
  • Adheres to the Employee Handbook and all organizational policies in both spirit and definition.


To apply or for additional information please submit a resume and cover letter to colewells@tfc.org

Audio Technician (Hollywood Road Campus)

Full-Time / Schedule Varies

Position Summary:

The Audio Technician helps recruit, train, and maintain audio volunteers, of Trinity Fellowship. The Audio Technician’s main responsibilities are to record, mix and edit music and audio for all live and recorded events, in both the pre and post-production process. The Audio Technician, directly or through designated agents, assists in setting up, maintaining, and repairing all the audio equipment in all areas of ministry. The Audio Technician works with the other members of the Tech Arts team, and the Worship Team, through team meetings and collaboration efforts to produce and support the vision and values of Trinity Fellowship.

Essential Functions & Responsibilities:

  • Running FOH audio engineer station for weekend services (Thursday night and Sunday morning)
  • Running FOH audio engineer station for College and Youth services on rotation with Audio Director (Tuesday night and Wednesday)
  • Running FOH audio engineer station for special events (Weddings, Funerals, First Wednesdays, and others as required)
  • Assist in special event setups and tear downs (Scenic design changes, lighting changes, pipe and drape setups, etc.)
  • Assists in maintaining audio gear across all campuses
  • Training and providing coverage for Trinity Fellowship campus volunteers as needed
  • Maintaining relationships with other ministries across the church that the tech arts team interacts with

Qualifications & Minimum Requirements:

  • Intermediate level skills on live mixing audio for bands or worship experiences as well as live speaking
  • Knowledge of sound system install process
  • Basic experience in sound recording and editing for video preferred, but not required
  • Basic skills in repairs of speakers, amps, microphones, etc.
  • Basic rigging knowledge and experience
  • Must exhibit team player traits and willingness to help others
  • Must be a self-starter and good problem solver
  • Ability to lift a minimum of 50 pounds
  • Must be in line with the core values of Trinity Fellowship Church

To apply or for additional information, please submit a resume and cover letter to kirkmanton@tfc.org.

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