Church business administrators keep churches running properly without spending too much money. They also enable churches to perform and host all of the various functions that they hold. They are in charge of the finances and play a key role in all of the business functions of a church. While churches may be run for different purposes than the companies that most business administrators work for, they still need somebody to keep their money and their activities organized.
Church Business Administrator Tasks
Work with pastor and financial committees to develop the church budget.
Handle church finances and accounting, present financial information to church governing bodies.
Develop church budget and manage church funds, administer payroll and employee benefits.
Manage church property and facilities, overseeing maintenance and planning long-term improvement projects.