As a Online Community Manager, you’ll get to work with a team to build engagement with those interact with us through our digital channels. You’ll help steward the content that’s important to Elevation Church in our mission to reach people far from God.


  • You’ll assist with defining and implementing measurable strategies to meet our digital presence objectives.

  • You’ll be responsible for user support - answering questions however they come in (email, media channel, etc.) and manage any online feedback.

  • You’ll drive the marketing for a specific online/media outlet, scheduling posts, and developing campaigns for the target audience.

  • You’ll work closely with the rest of the Communications Team to identify and explore opportunities for greater impact.


  • Undergraduate degree or 2+ years of relevant digital experience managing social media platforms or communities for brands

  • High level of understanding of popular social networks - design, functionality, users

  • Experience with content writing; very high attention to detail

  • High level of time management & ability to work under pressure

  • Exceptional communication skills

  • Love for working on a team as much as working online


  • Bachelor’s degree in journalism, communications, marketing, advertising, media studies, or public relations.

  • PR or corporate communications certificate


You’re passionate about the Gospel
You are active in your local church. You are passionate and motivated to build the local church and believe it’s God's plan for bringing hope to the world.

Your curiosity is innate.
You are inspired to blaze new trails and believe in the power of the web to forge a deeper relationship between the user and the church. You put your curiosity to work - you’re sharp, creative, forward-thinking. Complacency isn’t in your vocabulary.

You know people.
People choose to get their specific media for many different reasons, and you know why. New and social media is less of a hobby for you, and more like a way of life. You understand what content belongs where, and in what format, because you’re active in the blogging/digital worlds (social bookmarking, commenting, etc.).