Sunday Ops Lead

Job Description

The Role

What would you say you do here?

Reach’s Sunday Ops Lead will lead the charge on the operations and logistics of our Sunday Services at Northwest University.  Reach gathers every Sunday at Northwest University to worship God, study the Bible together, and respond together by taking next steps on our relationship with Jesus.  Since its founding, Reach has always been a mobile church, where we bring in everything we need on two trailers for our Sunday Services, and the operations for making Sunday Services happen are a mission critical aspect of our church family.  Learn more about our Sunday Services at

Responsibilities of the Sunday Ops Lead include leading our volunteer Truck, Setup, and Tear Down teams, ensuring excellence and safety in our gatherings for both volunteers and participants, and taking responsibility for the maintenance, cleanliness, and stewardship of our equipment and leased spaces that are used every Sunday.

The Sunday Ops Lead will report to the Executive Director, and this is a part-time position (10 hours/week) with an hourly wage of $20-$25 per hour.

The Right Fit

What qualities does a person in this position bring to the table?  

Gifts and Abilities:
  • A passion for solving problems, building processes, and creating awesome real-world experiences and events for people to encounter God.
  • Must be proficient in towing trailers up to 20+ feet in length, and providing light maintenance on equipment and supplies when needed.
  • Encourager, teacher, and leader to volunteers
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills (verbal and written).
  • Able to build relationships with people of varying ethnicities, socio-economic levels, and generations; recruits, equips, and empowers, both formally and relationally.
  • Strong administrative, and organizational skills. Ensures that all tasks are done correctly, thoroughly, and with precision.
Experience & Education:
  • 2+ years of experience in managing processes and leading volunteer teams.
Personal Characteristics:
  • A personal history of community life involvement.
  • A commitment to the vision and mission of the church.
  • A lifestyle congruent with the biblical requirements for leaders.

Your Core Responsibilities

What does success look like for this position?

Champion Sunday Morning Operations
  • Lead the end-to-end execution of Reach’s Sunday Ops plan. This often means you’re the first one on location at Northwest University (7am) and the last one to leave each Sunday (1:30p).
  • Ensure excellence and safety in the setup, execution, and teardown of our gatherings and events for participants and volunteers.
  • Provide additional support and capacity for seasonal or one-time events such as midweek gatherings and baptism services.
Build a Team & Equip Volunteer Leaders
  • Recruit, coach, manage, and schedule a team of volunteers for the Sunday Truck, Setup, and Teardown Teams.
  • Recruit and empower a team of high-capacity volunteer Team Leads to be your day-in, day-out partners in ministry (You can’t do this role alone!).
Manage Reach Equipment, Resources, & Facilities Projects
  • Reach owns a truck, two trailers, and a large amount of equipment for our Kids, Audio/Tech, and Worship teams. You oversee the continued safe and fully functioning condition of our Ops vehicle and equipment, including any midweek maintenance needed (e.g. oil changes for the truck, light repairs to mobile carts, replacing flat tires, etc).
  • We have a wonderful partnership with Northwest University, and as a part of the Setup/Teardown process, you (and the teams you lead) will be responsible for the resetting, cleanliness, and securing of our leased space at the end of our events at Northwest.

To apply for this position, email your cover letter and resume to