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10. 4. 2023

Staff Transitioning

Confidence is Everything In Your Church Job Search

| 2 min read

Written by Todd Rhoades
Sep 20, 2021 8:00:00 AM

One of the best ways to start planning for your next ministry position is with a Church Job Seeker Bootcamp. 


But a word of warning, Job Seeker Bootcamp is not for the faint of heart. We’re going to take six weeks to work with you through some of the hardest parts of your job search. We’ll help you create a killer resume, hone in on your calling, and share with you key areas that many job seekers miss during their search.  The end result is the hope of helping you find a great next place of ministry that can be your home for at least the next five years.


In your Bootcamp experience, you will be covering the 6 Steps If You Want To Get Hired At Your Next Ministry Position. It all starts this Thursday:

  • WEEK 1: Setting the Foundation
    So… you’re in transition, looking for your next church staff role. Where do you start?_Job Seeker Bootcamp Insta-1 What should you spend your time doing? We’ll cover the essentials and to get you started.
  • WEEK 2: Creating a Killer Resume
    Your resume is your first impression. You can’t afford to swing and miss on what you include (and don’t include) on your resume. We’ll guide you step-by-step to an effective resume.
  • WEEK 3: Searching for What’s Next
    The key to finding your next ministry role is a combination of working your personal network and looking in the right places for open positions. We’ll show you how to do it effectively.
  • WEEK 4: How to Interview Well
    Many church staff need help (or at least a boost in confidence) when it comes to the interview stage of the search. We’ll coach you on how to make a great first impression.
  • WEEK 5: Nailing the Onsite Visit
    Visiting a potential church can be stressful and exhausting. We’ll give you some great guidance on what to do when you visit, questions to ask, and a checklist of things to do before you leave.
  • WEEK 6: Negotiating Your Next Role
    You’re interested. They’re interested. How do you evaluate any potential job offer? We’ll give you proper protocol for negotiating salary and benefits, vacation time, moving expenses, etc.


Job Seeker's Bootcamp

(They have just a few spots open & registration

is limited to just twelve job seekers)


If you don’t make it in time, you can be added to our waiting list for the August/September Bootcamp. The one-time cost for Church Job Seeker Bootcamp is $299 per job seeker. In some cases, churches will underwrite the cost of Bootcamp for staff members transitioning off their staff.


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