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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.

Winston-Salem, NC: Communications Officer

Posted September 24, 2014

Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation: The Communications Officer is responsible for designing, implementing and evaluating communications strategies that support fulfillment of Babcock Foundation values, mission and goals. The Communications Officer will be a member of the Foundation’s Program Team, providing communications expertise to accomplish team goals. He/she will report to the Program Director.

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Application Deadline: October 17, 2014

For more information or to apply (wit, contact Leslie Sawyers.

 

 

Forsyth County, NC: Soup Kitchen Manager

Posted September 24, 2014

Samaritan Ministries, a non-profit Christian Ministry, is seeking an experienced food service professional who can manage the preparation of 500-600 meals daily. Skills needed include commercial cooking, menu planning, ordering food, and budgeting. Team player with good communication skills needed to supervise 2-3 paid staff and 300 volunteers. Culinary degree preferred with 5 or more years food service management and supervisory experience. Ability to lift minimum of 50 lbs. Valid NC driver’s license with clean driving record a must. Monday-Friday plus some holidays and weekends.

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Send resume to samaritan@triadbiz.rr.com. Please no phone calls.

Application Deadline:  September 30, 2014.

Various Cities: Justice Ministry Organizer

Posted September 9, 2014

DART – Direct Action and Research Training Center - is hiring justice ministry organizers. Positions in Miami, Tampa, St. Petersburg and Daytona Beach begin January 5, 2015. Positions in Ft. Lauderdale, St. Petersburg, and Sarasota, FL and Topeka and Lawrence, KS begin June 29, 2015.

In order to build power for justice in their local communities, these DART organizers will:

  • Build relationships of trust among clergy and lay leaders from diverse backgrounds, and deepen their participation in the work of their congregation’s justice ministry and the organization
  • Train clergy and lay leaders in basic organizing skills, engage them in setting realistic yet challenging goals to build their justice ministry
  • Engage leaders in the research of viable solutions to community problems and ensure implementation by appropriate decision makers
  • Build turnout for public meetings where 1,000+ people from assigned congregations are organized to demonstrate support for the identified solutions to community problems
  • Build financial sustainability by ensuring timely dues collection among member congregations, and annually coordinating a major 6-8 week investment drive
  • Assist in the annual recruitment of at least two new congregations 

Training is provided through the DART Organizers Institute, the intensive five month field orientation for new DART organizers. This includes an initial on-site orientation followed by field training and a weekly reading/discussion curriculum covering basic organizing principles. Initial skill development focuses on articulating the mission of the organization, intentionally developing relationships through one-on-one conversations, engaging leaders based on personal motivations, managing time effectively, running great meetings, building grassroots networks, long-term planning, working with clergy, and issue selection. Vocational development continues through annual training and planning retreats, summer staff retreats, and joint regional staff trainings.

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Application Deadline: October 9, 2014

For more information or to apply, contact Hannah Wittmer.