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Non-Profit Ministry

Below you will find positions in non-profits and other resources for job openings in the non-profit sector.

Lexington, KY: Sabbath Living Program Manager

Posted March 28, 2014

Blessed Earth, a national nonprofit ministry, is seeking a motivated individual to implement our Sabbath Living Initiative. You will be based in Lexington, Kentucky. A good deal of your work will be with UMC clergy and churches in North Carolina. Blessed Earth also partners nationally with organizations and churches ranging from Southern Baptist to Episcopal, Wesleyan, and other denominations. We work with seminaries in the United States as well as partners abroad.

Blessed Earth serves as a catalyst for biblical stewardship, including creation care, Sabbath practices, and authentic Christian living. The successful applicant will be committed to the Sabbath and other biblical commandments and have a working knowledge of the church and seminary world.

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Application Deadline: May 31, 2014

For more information or to apply, send cover letter and resume to Nancy Sleeth.

Philadelphia, PA: Local Food Operations Fellow

Posted March 20, 2014

Common Market Philadelphia seeks a Local Food Operations Fellow.

The Fellow works with Common Market’s Procurement, Sales, Operations, Warehouse, and Trucking teams to assure customers receive accurate, timely orders of farm-fresh, local food. The daily tasks and overall scope of the Fellowship depend on the quickly-evolving needs of the organization and the Fellow’s professional development interests, talents, and previous experience. This is a dynamic Fellowship, where the scope of work can change as the Fellow becomes more adept, informed, and invested in specific areas of the business. The Fellow will work with core Common Market staff to refine and execute the Fellowship outcomes.

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The following documents are required for application: cover letter, résumé, and a brief essay (no more than 250 words) describing your professional interests and how you intend to use the fellowship to advance your career. Submit application materials by email to hr@commonmarketphila.org. Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis.

North Carolina Center for Nonprofits

The North Carolina Center for Nonprofits maintains a comprehensive job listing of positions available in non-profit organizations across the state.

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