Get the confidence you need to know your compensation plan is reasonable and fair. Each position's compensation levels are presented based on personnel characteristics including: years employed, gender, region, denomination, and educational training. The 2016-2017 compensation handbook for church staff clearly presents comparisons on key compensation components for the following positions: -solo pastor -Senior Pastor -Associate Pastor -Executive/Administrative Pastor -Youth Pastor -Adult Ministry Director -Children's/Preschool Director -Music/Choir Director -Administrator -Bookkeeper/Accountant -Administrative Assistant -Custodian -Media/Communications Director -Part-time Musician/Vocalist -Part-time Child-Care Providers Based on national survey results, income budget, full-time, the compensation profiles are classified by part-time, church size, and geographical setting.
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