• JUSTICE: Build and nurture strategic partnerships with key people and organizations in our city – such as nonprofits, churches, schools, government and more – that share New City’s passion and mission for justice. This includes:
    • Managing existing partnerships within our three J&C Initiatives: Empowerment (HustlePHX and Prison Mentorship), Children and Families (Kenilworth Elementary School, ProGrace, and Safe Families), and Under-resourced (Benevolence, Hope Women’s Center)
    • Creating new opportunities with strategic organizations that advance our vision.
  • CARE: Develop and manage a system of pastoral care to meet the material needs of hurting people that come to New City, whether from our community or church body. This includes:
    • Managing benevolence fund and care portal.
    • Providing resources to homeless church attendees in need (food, water, etc.).
  • VOLUNTEER MOBILIZATION:  Recruit, train, and manage volunteers from New City to implement our plans for justice and care. This includes:
    • Developing and empowering volunteer leaders who will help champion New City’s justice and care programs and initiatives.
    • Developing serving opportunities that correspond to differing levels of volunteer experience, interests, and availability.
    • Offering seasonal opportunities for our people to serve (e.g. Back-to-school, Thanksgiving, Affordable Christmas, etc.).
    • Identifying unique opportunities designed for kids and families to serve our community.
    • Working with the various ministries at New City (Men, Women, College, Students) to develop ongoing serving opportunities/partnerships.


  • Live and work according to New City staff values (Take Ownership, Be Resourceful, Honor God with your Work Ethic, Be Open to Feedback, Do Things with Excellence, Seek God in All Things).
  • Fulfill the duties required of New City Church members as outlined in the New City Leadership Covenant and Bylaws.
  • Ability to lead strategically and execute tactically while managing both people and projects/deadlines.
  • Ability to handle confidential information.
  • Ability to drive projects and initiatives with adequate direction and limited supervision.
  • People Skills: Values all people as created in God’s image and loved by Him; aspires to serve others; approachable and accessible; works well with others; appreciation for own and other’s giftedness; possesses a healthy sense of humor.
  • Professional Skills: Able to discern needs and respond appropriately; able to maintain a high degree of professionalism and accuracy; good written and verbal communication skills; desire for individual and professional growth; demonstrates a positive can-do attitude.

STATUS: Full time, salaried employee

SALARY & BENEFITS: Health insurance (medical/dental), vacation/sick time

SCHEDULE: 40 hours/week

REPORTS TO: Executive Pastor