|Job Title:||Conference and Meeting Coordinator|
|Reports To:||Director of Operations, Barbara Crabtree|
|Prepared By||Barbara Crabtree|
|Prepared Date:||13 August 2014|
|Approved By:||Barbara Crabtree|
|Job Duties, Responsibilities, Qualifications, and Requirements|
|Job Summary||The Conference and Meeting Coordinator will develop, oversee, and implement MCC General Conference as well as other meetings, events and conferences.|
|Essential Duties and Responsibilities||
|Marginal Duties||Other MCC Staff duties may also be assigned, time and workload permitting.|
|Supervisory Responsibilities||No supervision, but significant amounts of volunteer coordination is required.|
|Qualifications – To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.|
|Education And/Or Experience||Bachelor’s degree or higher with education or experience in event planning, hospitality, and/or project management.In addition, the candidate must be a skilled user of computers for:
|Written, Verbal, Interpersonal Communication, Mathematical, and Reasoning Ability||
|Physical Demands||The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.While performing the duties of this job, the employee will need to complete the majority of tasks on a computer (PC or Mac), including reading typed and handwritten notes, receive email and messages, access Microsoft Office software (software provided), Facebook, Skype, Adobe Connect, and Google Drive. The employee will also need to be able to access internet in a home office. The employee will need to communicate with the Director of Operations and others as needed by cell phone, email, and other systems of communications as needed (i.e. Skype).|
|Work Environment||The employee will work from a home office for the majority of the hours each week. Some travel is required, including international travel. All travel will be planned and coordinated with the Director of Operations.|
|Other Important Information||
MCC desires to engage a qualified independent contractor to research and develop a virtual church program for MCC that functions synergistically with local churches and to manage the start-up. The contract will begin immediately upon engaging and is expected to end no later than 31 December 2015. The contractor will be accountable to the Director of the Office of Emerging Ministries.
It is expected that the contractor will engage collaboratively with existing MCC staff and volunteers to:
Phase 1: Assessment and investigation
Deliverable: Research report that documents the findings
Phase 2: Recommend
Deliverable: Detailed proposed plan and timeline
Phase 3: Feasibility Testing
Deliverable: A final plan that can be agreed to by MCC
The contractor will be compensated at up to $1,500 (USD) a month, commensurate with experience, for the duration of the contract. The position is not a hired staff position and therefore is not eligible for employment benefits.
The deadline for submission of applications is 15 February 2014. Interested applicants should submit a letter of interest and a relevant resume to:
Rev. Elder Darlene Garner
Director, MCC Office of Emerging Ministries
Pursuant to UFMCC Bylaw, Article V.C.4.e – GOVERNING BOARD: Vacancies: “In the event of a vacancy on the Governing Board, the Governing Board may appoint someone who meets the qualifications to fill the vacancy until the next General Conference, when an election shall be held to fill the unexpired term.”
To that end, the Governing Board will appoint a Clergy Person to complete the remaining three-year term until the 2016 General Conference XXVI in Victoria, British Columbia (Canada). At such time, the General Conference will elect a new Clergy Person to begin a six-year term ending at 2022 General Conference XXVII.
We are seeking an interested Clergy person who meets the qualifications stated in UFMCC Bylaw, Article V.C.4.a – GOVERNING BOARD: QUALIFICATIONS:
“Members of the Governing Board must be members in good standing within the Fellowship who, in the sole discretion of the UFMCC, have spiritual quality and leadership, are mature, have sound judgment, and have a proven record of accomplishment. Consideration will be given to elect members with diverse perspectives, core competencies, and complementary skills consistent with the required functions and responsibilities of the Governing Board.”
We have implemented the following process to fill this vacated seat by our October 2013 Governing Board meeting:
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Rev. Onetta Brooks,
We look forward to receiving your application to serve on MCC’s Governing Board!
MCC Governing Board
Program Support/Data Analyst for Metropolitan Community Churches
This position is responsible for ongoing analysis of tithe/membership information, obtained from a variety of sources, including tithe reports, annual reports, surveys, registration databases and demographic data. It involves development and preparation of information products for MCC staff and members. It requires the ability to analyze data from conceptualization through presentation of the data. It requires proficiency with analytical tools, knowledge of data analysis methodology, use of presentation software, strong communication skills and a strong commitment to and affinity for delivering the highest level of customer service. Additional duties of this position relate to posting information to the MCC website, and as such the position requires a basic level of skill with web content management systems and blogging software.
The description below covers the primary duties and skills required for success as Program Support Analyst/Data Analyst.
Other Important Information