Executive Administrative Pastor/Deacon

Fort Myers Community Church

Job Description


The Executive Deacon/Pastor executes the vision of the elders under the guidance of the lead pastor, wisely utilizing all available resources (staff, money, facilities) and is responsible for ensuring that all of the church’s activities support that vision.


Execution: The vision of the elders is successfully executed and that the church’s activities are being performed in line with the elders' vision.

Participation: The church body understands and participates in the vision and are clear with how the activities of the church support that vision.


Execute the vision: Whether for major or minor projects, initiatives, teams, or departments; equip and multiply leaders.

Build the team: Interface with the other elders, deacons, and staff to ensure that their initiatives support the vision through shepherding, oversight, and management

Participate in strategic planning: Responsible for developing initial plans in support of the strategic goals and initiatives

Oversee execution of vision: Responsible for the development of plans for the church’s activities and sees execution through until completion

Oversee ministries of the church: Direct and manage the work for Sunday Operations; Worship & Young Adults; Community Groups; Kids & Youth; Deacons; Events; Communication; Bible Studies

Oversee Finances: The church’s finances including maintaining revenue budgets, approving spending budgets and projections, providing stewardship of church financial resources, managing all church bookkeeping including oversight of the church’s contractor bookkeeper/CPA, and maintaining accounting procedures.

Build ministries: Consult and strategize with ministry leaders directing them to fulfill the mission and vision of the church.

Shepherd the body: Counsel, care, teach, train, equip

Oversee Human Resources: responsible for payroll, on/off boarding employees, benefits administration, and maintaining employee manual/policies.


For Deacon: Meets the qualifications of a deacon outlined in 1 Timothy 3

For Elder: Meets the qualifications of pastor/elder outlined in 1 Timothy 3/Titus 1

Has the following spiritual gifts: Service; Leadership; Humility

Please read application process before sending your resume:

Create a Cover Sheet PDF with the following:Name, email, phone, Family Picture

Any personality or strength test results (Myers Briggs, Strength Finder, Working Genius, Enneagram, 5 Voices, Other)

The language we use in our content is through the 5Voices assessment. If you would like, please take the free 5Voices assessment (www.liberator.coach) and record the results on the PDF

Concisely answer the following questions:

What attracts you to Southwest Florida?

Do you have the gift of raising up leaders? Name a few and how they are serving the Lord right now? 

Describe your approach to managing people.

Out of all the things you could do at this time, what attracts you specifically to this opportunity?

What opportunities have you had to lead from the “second chair?” Give examples of how you have taken vision and direction from a senior leader and implemented it successfully throughout an organization.

We do not currently have enough community groups to serve the growth we are experiencing. How do you plan on establishing a thriving community group ministry? What key elements are necessary for this ministry to thrive?

What is your philosophy of membership? How do you see yourself serving and caring for current members? How do you see yourself leading those that are not members into membership?

About Fort Myers Community Church

We believe that “the church” is not a building but a people. God sent Jesus to unite all people through His life, death, and resurrection. These people join together to devote themselves to God’s Word, breaking bread, caring for one another, and prayer. It is our desire that “church” doesn’t just happen on a specific day, at a specific time, or even at a given location but that “church” happens when God’s family gathers together to love Him, love each other, and disciple one another to know and love Him more. With that said, there are some specific questions that may arise when you are getting ready to come join us at one of our gatherings. Here are some frequently asked questions that may help you feel more comfortable joining us…



On February 8, 2015, a small group of people met in a home to discuss what it would look like for God to form a church through discipling relationships in the Fort Myers community. As they opened up God's Word together, they were brought to Luke 19:41-44 and asked God to give them the same heart as Jesus... to weep over the lostness of the city that they loved. As they continued to meet, God began to give them opportunities to invite people into their homes and lives, discipling them to the cross of Jesus.

Each of the families in the group longed to see a church form that would seek to glorify God by making disciples who love God, love others, and make disciples. This church family would eventually form to be known as Fort Myers Community Church. In January of 2023, the current 10 acre property and 2 buildings were given (debt-free) to us. The church that owned the property desired to leave a legacy of Gospel-impact to our church family. This blessing has propelled us in fulfilling the vision to see lives, relationships, and our community transformed by the Good News of Jesus.

Discipling relationships through biblical community is at the forefront of the ministry. We grow in our relationship with God as we live in the life of the family that God intends. We accomplish this through community groups, bible studies, age specific ministries, and other Gospel-centered environments.

It is FMCCs commitment to be the type of church that if we ceased to exist, the community would miss us. We continue to seek partnerships in the community so we can be the Gospel by serving and loving those around us. We desire to see people's lives transformed by the Good News of Jesus. We believe Gospel transformation happens most effectively through discipling relationships. Join us as we seek to love God, love others, and make disciples.


We teach straight out of the Bible through expository preaching. Our communicators do their best to articulate the background, context, and main ideas of each section of Scripture. We also love connecting the passages we are teaching through with the current state of our world and how we can apply these truths to everyday life.


Yes! We love to sing songs of praise to God. We are very blessed to have a variety of gifted musicians from all different types of musical backgrounds. We sing hymns, traditional praise songs, and contemporary worship music. We normally have a full band that is comprised of guitars, drums, and multiple singers. Some weeks we have a smaller group that is more acoustically driven.

Experience Required
5-10 years


Education Required
Bachelor's Degree

Date Posted
3 months ago
Fort Myers Community Church, Florida

Baptist: SBC

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