The Wesley Foundation at LSU (‘Wesley’) was founded in 1936. It is a campus outreach ministry focused on the faith formation and personal development of students. The Wesley is comprised of the Campus Minister, 1 part‐time administrative support staff, 2 Interns and approximately 60 regularly attending students, some of which are in residence. The Campus Minister is responsible for: • Networking ~ The Wesley enjoys a strong relationship with local churches and other university organizations. The Campus Minister oversees the Foundation’s effort to grow and maintain those relationships for the purposes of financial support, student recruiting, etc. • Faith Formation ~ The Campus Minister is responsible for the faith formation and personal development of students. He/she is expected to: Invest in relationships with students, which requires consistent presence at the Wesley building, Maintain a welcoming, inclusive, open environment at the Wesley which fosters growth, Lead the faith and personal development of the residential community, o Provide theologically‐sound encouragement to students, and Assist students as they discern their unique vocations. • Ministry ~ The Campus Minister is responsible for the design, implementation and maintenance of effective ministries. In order to facilitate development, it is expected that the Campus Minister leverage students to assist in organizing and leading ministry. Current ministries include: Weekly worship services, Small groups, Regular mission trips, and Regular retreats. • Interface with the Board of Directors ~ The Campus Minister is responsible to interface effectively with the Board of Directors and leverage them to provide strategic guidance, business administration functions, financial support, etc. • Administration ~ The Campus Minister is responsible for coordinating (with the Board of Directors, students or other support staff) or fulfilling administrative functions including: Developing effective advertising and communications, Administrating the Wesley annual budget, and Submitting the required documents to the Louisiana Annual Conference Board of Higher Education. • Schedule ~ The Campus Minister interfaces primarily with college students. Accordingly, he/she should have a sufficiently flexible schedule that allows attendance at frequent evening events.