NATIONAL SCHOOL PROJECT Training Events Administrator Salary in the United States

How much does an Training Events Administrator make at companies like NATIONAL SCHOOL PROJECT in the United States? The average salary for Training Events Administrator at companies like NATIONAL SCHOOL PROJECT in the United States is $180,005 as of August 27, 2021, but the range typically falls between $158,145 and $201,864. Salary ranges can vary widely depending on many important factors, including education, certifications, additional skills, the number of years you have spent in your profession. With more online, real-time compensation data than any other website, Salary.com helps you determine your exact pay target.  View the Cost of Living in Major Cities

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What does an Training Events Administrator do at companies like NATIONAL SCHOOL PROJECT?

There are over 50 million public school students in America today, and most of them still need to meet Jesus Christ. This year in the National School Project, we're impacting schools in 4 major metropolitan areas and we're praying and preparing to make an even bigger impact. In the next three years, we seek to give 1 million students in 12 major cities across the nation the opportunity to hear the gospel. We are looking for godly, driven and talented leaders to join us in this mission.

About the Job  The training department develops curriculum and runs events to equip our team of staff, part time leaders, volunteers, and students for effective gospel proclamation and leadership growth. This role will play a key part in developing and running events to prepare God’s people for ministry.

Key Functions:

  • Play a strategic role in organizing logistics for our training events.
  • Develop plans and timelines to accomplish the objectives of the events. After objectives are set, this role will flesh out all project and task requirements for success.
  • Assemble and oversee staff and volunteer teams for each training. The Training Events Administrator will assign roles, issue deadlines and progress reports, and keep all participants on task through the entire event process.
  • Manage training event logistics. This role will facilitate discussions with other NSP staff to determine the logistics of the event and new materials needed. This role will follow up with all vendors and volunteers as needed to ensure the event is ready to go.
  • Manage event budgets. This position will compile a budget for each event and manage expenses to stay within the budget plan as approved.
  • Locate and work with vendors. This role will research and contract with venues and service providers to ensure excellent, reliable service is delivered at reasonable prices.
  • Ensure quality guest experience. Think through guest experience ahead of time, prepare to make those things happen, and then be on site during training events to ensure a high quality experience.

Key Events – The Training Events Coordinator will be responsible for the logistics of several major training events, including the following:

  • Student Leader Training | A two week training event that takes place every August. This is our largest training event of the year, and we spend a lot of time preparing for it!
  • Fall Training Weekend | Each state team hosts their own training, where all of our volunteers are trained and equipped for the ministry year to come. Late September or early October.
  • Winter Retreat | Held each January, our teams come together from all over the country to connect, be refreshed, and encouraged to continue in the good work set before them! MLK weekend each year.
  • Student Leader Orientation | Preparing and orienting our new part time staff must be done long before their job begins in August! Each state team holds this orientation in March.

Day to day responsibilities: The Training Events Administrator will work out of our office in Whittier, CA, alongside our Training Director. Most time will be in the office, with local travel several times per month to scout locations, meet with vendors, etc. This role will travel to events both locally and out of the area 3-6 times per year, for 2-3 days each time.

Supervision and Relationships

  • The Training Events Administrator will report to the Training Director.
  • The Training Events Administrator may supervise several interns and part time employees in the training department, building and growing the team as needed along the way
  • This position will work closely with Campus Ministry Administrators and other NSP staff and volunteers to carry out various aspects of each training event.

Job Qualifications

  • Education: Bachelor’s degree required
  • Must have previous event management experience, preferably with a Great Commission ministry
  • Must have excellent communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Highly organized with great attention to detail
  • Skilled in project management
  • Must have strong gift of hospitality and intuitive sense of making moments meaningful
  • High moral integrity, emotional health, social awareness and spiritual maturity
  • Evangelical Christian who loves the gospel and evangelism
  • A wise and mature believer who knows the Word and does what it says

Compensation and Support Raising

All NSP staff raise personal support, and we think that’s a really good thing. Just like missionaries about to be sent across the world, your first assignment on NSP staff will be to personally contact churches, friends, and family, and gather a team of monthly financial supporters to invest in the ministry God is leading you into. We’ll give you tons of training, encouragement, and ongoing coaching. If you like everything else and feel like this could be a good fit for you, do not let support raising stop you; let’s talk first.

 

The big question: Is this the mission field for you?

You may have a lot of questions. This may be unlike most jobs you've considered. That's OK. The most important question - the one you should pray about, and the one that we'll be asking - is whether or not you can get excited and remain deeply motivated to reach this generation of students for Christ. Without the gospel, 3.3 million students are graduating high school every year, lost and without hope in the world. We want to fix that. Is this your mission field?

If you don't know for sure, that's OK. Get started with the process and let's talk. Just fill out the short form, and we'll be in touch.

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