Summary: Volunteers need to know what is expected of them. This is the least we can do as leaders.
56% of pastors reported they do not provide job descriptions for their volunteers. This was supported by 59% of volunteers confirming they were not given a job description for their role. This blows my mind. Volunteers need to know what is expected of them. This is the least we could do as leaders.
I worked at a church that had existed for 25 years. However, in those 25 years, there was never a church-wide push to have volunteer job descriptions. People were just recruited and jumped into a role with no written job description. Why does this happen? Simply stated, Sunday is always coming. The urgent always pushes out the important. Therefore, year after year, that church carried on and did not have job descriptions.
Wouldn’t it be nice to have a starting point and not have to create job descriptions from scratch?
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