Missionary Positions Defined
Missionary Applicant – One who applies to work in CEF.
Missionary Candidate – One who has been approved by a local committee. A candidate will begin raising support and start the other ministry preparation. A candidate is not officially a hired employee and does not receive a salary.
Missionary Staff – One who has been officially hired by the state board and local committee or director. Upon a mutually chosen date of beginning employment the individual will receive a salary as a full-time, part-time, or temporary employee or may serve in a volunteer capacity. An appropriate staff title and job description will be given.
Missionary Staff Titles
Office manager – is responsible for overseeing general office procedures,
bookkeeping, mailings, typing, filing and telephone support.
Office associate – is anyone who works in the office under the office manager
such as a receptionist, bookkeeper, secretary, etc.
Director of training – is responsible for developing and executing the training
program for teachers and other workers involved in GNC™, 5-Day Club® and other
Child Evangelism Fellowship ministries within the assigned area.
Teacher trainer –works under the director of training or local director to conduct
training for any CEF ministry including Good News Clubs, 5-Day Clubs, fairs,
Party Clubs, church seminars, etc.
Children’s ministry specialist – directly ministers to children in 5-Day Clubs, Good
News Clubs, rallies, fairs, etc. He clearly presents the message of salvation and leads
children to Christ. He teaches and disciples Christian children to encourage growth.
Ministry coordinator – performs the planning, execution and supervision of a
particular ministry, such as after-school GNC or 5-Day Club, within the assigned area.
Director of development – promotes to individuals and churches the ministries
(speaking engagements and publications), the need for personnel to carry out the
ministries and the need for finances.
Field missionary –works under the direction of and along with the local director
to expand the ministry, i.e., an assistant director, pioneer worker, etc.
Camp staff – works under the authority of the camp director, i.e., camp
counselors, director of operations, maintenance staff, cooks, etc.
Camp director – is responsible for the functioning of overnight or day camp
ministries. He oversees the administration, facilities and program of these ministries
and assists in training camp staff and raising finances.
Local coordinator – is a staff worker who is in training to become a local director. He
must complete practical training before taking this title
Local director – is the leader of the chapter; his focus is on building the ministry and
team to reach the children
State coordinator – functions in the role of state director while completing the
practical training/internship before taking the title of state director
State director – oversees the ministry in the state; his focus is on building the ministry
and team to reach children
Assistant state director – assists in building the ministry and team to reach children,
performing many of the same duties as the state director.
Metro director – is a leader over one of four specifically chartered areas: Chicago,
District of Columbia, Memphis and New York City. USA Ministries is not planning to
charter any other metro areas. Metro directors follow all the guidelines and
requirements for state directors.
District director – A district director represents USA Ministries in his specifically
assigned territory and has authority in all states within his district to require
compliance with all policies and procedures of Child Evangelism Fellowship as
outlined in the USA Organizational Manual. All state boards and state directors are
accountable to the district director except his own state board, which is accountable to
the vice president, USA Ministries. Prospects are selected by the vice president, USA Ministries and approved by the president of CEF.
South Carolina Available Positions
Contact Lee Stillinger, State Director to discuss possible positions.