Oral Roberts University is a non-profit organization whose staff and faculty actually make a difference in the lives of its students. We pride ourselves in our culture and the values we uphold. Our team is passionate about what we do, and we want you to make us even better!
The Creative Supervisor of Missions and Outreach is responsible for training and development of all current student staff and leadership while overseeing all creative, media, and promotional material of both the Missions and Outreach programs as assigned by the Director of Missions and Outreach.
- Serves as primary individual responsible to train and supervise all Administrative task staff workers in the office. Ensures success in creating and implementing new systems and procedures for documenting, analyzing and recording all Missions and Outreach statistics and feedback. Responsible to motivate Administrative task staff workers to complete all requisitions and administrative duties in a timely manner.
- Serves as primary individual who determines the success of student staff leader selection and student member recruitment among the outreach teams. Works on behalf of the outreach student staff team to ensure success in coordinating weekly outreaches among their assigned community service contacts. Responsible to motivate student staff team to meet all assigned tasks, deadlines and goals needed to conduct weekly outreaches. Determines issues that may inhibit a student staff team from taking part in weekly assigned outreaches and works to resolve all issues. Resolves any unique issues that arise requiring additional and specialized follow-up with primary contacts (i.e. child abuse, neglect, convictions).
- Responsible to recruit, hire, train and supervise all student staff and leadership in coordination with the Director of Missions and Outreach. Provide job coaching, create and give performance reviews and inform all student staff of office procedures, delegate responsibilities and special projects within.
- Accountable to maintain all Finance documentation and acts as the primary administrator to entering and recording donations, preparing deposits and maintaining ledgers in order to successfully direct the Finance student staff team.
- Responsible for the success of executing and coordinating all details of large outreach events, such as Fall and Spring Outreach. Utilizes personal discretion and provides clear direction to all student staff teams to properly carry out responsibilities as assigned. Determines and strategizes site options, agenda plans, contact partnerships and student staff teams' delegated responsibilities. Resolves any issues that arise prior, day of and following any event.
- Analyzes and reviews weekly staff reports. Additionally responsible to document and synthesize ministry statistics gathered from student staff on a weekly basis to include the creation of annual summary report.
- Serves as the point person to the Behavioral Science department in order to properly delegate assignments and monitor volunteer hours by each current student enrolled in various courses as designated by the department in order to complete curriculum requirements for the course and the formal volunteer process conducted on all Outreach sites.
- Responsible to plan leadership retreats in coordination with the Director of Missions and Outreach in order to provide training and direction to all Outreach and Mission student leaders.
- Review weekly staff reports. Document and synthesize accurate ministry statistics including compiling summary reports of all missions trip for annual Year End Report.
- Conduct debrief meetings with Missions and Outreach teams and leaders and collect relevant information for future planning alongside the Director and Associate Director of Missions and Outreach.
- Maintain daily operation and office coverage while missions' teams are in the field for the purpose of communicating with mission team leaders, family members of mission team members and critical members of the university in the event of conflict or an emergency situation.
- Assists the Director and the Operations Manager of Missions and Outreach with special projects, research or other duties as required.
- A Bachelor's degree in a related field is required.
- Must possess a valid Oklahoma driver's license and have an excellent driving record for the purpose of driving university leased vehicles.
- A minimum of two-three (2-3) years related experience required to include: mission based programs, community based programs, or a combination of outreach based programs. A thorough understanding of the University is helpful. Prior experience in supervising employees, student workers or student leaders and/or volunteers in a university or similar setting, required.
- Software: Candidates should be proficient in the use of Microsoft Word and Excel. Incumbent must be willing to learn Power Point, Access, and other programs as they pertain to assigned reporting areas.
- Quickly establishes and maintains rapport with administration, faculty, university staff, students, national and the international community as it relates to programs in reporting departments. Works cooperatively with a variety of personalities.
- Must be able to articulate thoughts well for the purpose of effectively communicating information one-on-one, and in a group setting.
- Must exhibit good leadership skills and exhibit the ability to recruit, motivate, supervise and train the full-time and student staff in assigned reporting rolls.
- Excellent interpersonal skills are paramount for effective communication with people from diverse backgrounds.
- Has a displayed ability to be a self-starter and works well motivating direct reports.
- Must have an eye for marketing with regard to promotional pieces, media, and graphic design, etc. and all other forms of communications created by student workers and coming from the two offices along with the ability to tell the story of both offices to a broad audience.
- Requires good reading, oral, written, grammatical, editing, and proofreading skills.
- Good bookkeeping and administrative skills required for the purpose of generating reports, budget preparation and oversight, occasional auditing of accounts, requisitions and like paperwork, etc.
- Must be able to maintain organization within a busy work environment.
- Must have the ability to handle the stress associated with meeting deadlines for multiple projects in assigned reporting areas while handling interruptions.
- Must have the ability to exercise diplomacy when confronted with difficult questions or situations.
- Must be able to exercise sound judgment regarding organizational and departmental regulations, procedures, and policies.
- Maintains a professional demeanor at all times especially for the purpose of receiving and responding to inquiries, and transmitting information.
- Maintains confidentiality of information that might be reflected in personnel/staff files, performance issues, financial data, applications from student workers and/or team members/leaders, etc.
- Must accept and be openly supportive of the purposes and goals associated with Oral Roberts University.
- Maintains compliance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) policy and its' procedures.
Benefits & Perks
Great Company Culture. Enjoy a Christian atmosphere.
Make No Little Plans Here. Everything you do makes a difference.
Great Team Members. People you'll enjoy being around.
Improve Your Health. Free access to the on-campus aerobic center.
Stay Sharp. Access to the ORU library and discounted tuition for yourself and dependents.
Rest and Relaxation. 10 days of paid vacation, 5 sick days and 10 days of paid holidays.
Fair Compensation. Based on your skills and experience.
Benefits. Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, and matched retirement savings.
PHYSICAL & ENVIRONMENTAL DEMANDS will include but not be limited to: sitting, standing, walking, bending, stooping, twisting of upper body, and manual dexterity for operation of office machines/equipment. Vision to include: near, far, visual accommodation, color, and depth perception. Must be able to hear sound(s) clearly and distinctly in order to effectively receive, understand and reiterate information. Occasional lifting of up to 50 pounds of departmental supplies.
Occasional events will require being outdoors with varying temperatures and conditions associated with changes in seasons.
Oral Roberts University is accepting applications through February 28, 2018 .