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Director of Ministry Advancement - Uncommon Sports Group (Minneapolis · MN)

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A career in the sport industry can be filled with unique pressures and temptations. At Uncommon Sports Group, we provide faith-based training, resources, and relationships that develop Christ-centered leaders to successfully navigate these challenges. 

Position Description:
Support the mission of Uncommon Sports Group by overseeing the creation and implementation of USG’s main ministry efforts that develop Christ-centered leaders of the sport industry. 

Primary Responsibilities: 
●Build, lead and manage USG’s growing ministry team. 
●  Cultivate a team culture founded on biblical teaching, reliance on the Savior, and prayer. 
●  Lead the development, execution, and evaluation of all ministry strategies, processes, staffing, and resources to accomplish ministry objectives. 
●  Develop and manage the annual budget and calendar for ministry initiatives. 
●  Implement effective and efficient processes and systems for the USG Academy, mission trips, conferences and events, and the USG Connect app. 
●  Optimize lead conversion of “FLOTSIs” into the USG network. 
●  Act as the primary subject matter expert in conjunction with the marketing team to optimize lead generation. 
●  Ensure the nurturing and engagement of the member community and other Christians within the college or pro sports industry through the USG Connect app and other networking opportunities. 
●  Develop curriculum and materials for the USG Academy and other related teaching and 
discipleship opportunities. 
●  Evaluate and determine annual support raising goals, stewardship methods, and donor/supporter appreciation/communication/care. 
●  Support the ministry team leaders and implement the effective onboarding of new staff, including the training, tools, and resources that staff need to succeed. 
●  Build and nurture strategic ministry and discipleship partnerships. 
●  Collaborate with the Executive Leadership Team to achieve USG’s ministry goals. 
●  Ongoing development and stewardship of prayer and financial supporters of the ministry. 
  • (Compensation is not contingent upon support raising, but all USG Ministry positions do require partial support raising.)

    Objectives: 
    ●  Grow USGs number of Christ-centered leaders throughout the college & professional sports industry.
    ●  Lead the creation and optimization of a virtual/remote, faith-based, biblically sound, professional development and discipleship curriculum.
    ●  Project manage all ministry team projects, tasks, and initiatives.
    ●  Increase the engagement of USG alumni and supporters.
    ●  Create a positive, high-energy, high-excellence ministry environment.
    ●  Train, develop, and support an effective and Christ-centered ministry team.
    ●  Create scalable, cost-effective, and efficient operational processes.

    Requirements:
  • Practices personal spiritual disciplines and leads with humility, character, and love
    ●  3+ years of experience in managing and leading staff
    ●  3+ years of leading strategic planning experience
    ●  1+ years of project management, or task management
    ●  Experience working in the collegiate or professional sport industry
    ●  Exhibits a personal and growing relationship with Jesus Christ
    ●  Self-starter and team player that is loyal to the vision and mission of the ministry
    ●  Ability to multitask with high attention to detail
    ●  Proficiency in computer technology and web-based applications
    ●  Strong communication and interpersonal skills
    ●  Bachelor’s Degree or higher

    Role Information:
    ● 
    Reports to: Executive Director 
    ●  Full-Time Position 
    ●  Salary TBD with partial support raising 
    ●  Paid time off 
    ●  Benefit Allowance Package 
    ●  Continuing education opportunities 
    ●  Fast-paced, growth-oriented, positive environment 
    ●  Faith-based, Christ-centered organization