Job Listings

Looking for an employment opportunity? Below are job listings that have been submitted to the School of Divinity.

Marketing and Communications Coordinator: Durham, NC

Posted by Center for Advancement of Social Entrepreneurship (CASE) at Duke University

The Marketing & Communications Coordinator will help CASE build on its history and continue to serve as a global thought leader. This role is responsible for leading the Center’s marketing and communications strategy development and execution. The duties of this position include, but are not limited to, implementing brand strategy, overseeing and developing written and digital content, managing internal and external relationships, analytics, and general center support.

Application Deadline: Open Until Filled.

Ways To Apply

Online: Application Portal

Creative Strategist Artist-in-Residence (AIR): Los Angeles, CA

Posted by LA County Arts Commission

LA County Arts Commission and the Department of Public Health seeks artists as creative strategist Artist-in-Residence program. AIR is a two-year artist-in-residence that embeds an artist as creative strategist and art maker into Los Angeles County’s Vision Zero Initiative to raise awareness and address real life traffic safety issues by fostering community interaction as a bridge builder, seeking out the community’s creative spark in order to incubate and foster a diversity of creative solutions, ideas as well as innovative artist-driven programming.

For full job description and how to apply, visit their listing here.

Application Deadline: Open Until Filled.

Ways To Apply

Online: Application Portal

Market Manager: Winston-Salem, NC

Posted by Cobblestone Farmers Market

The Cobblestone Farmers Market (CFM), Winston-Salem’s producers-only, sustainable agriculture focused farmers market, is hiring a part-time, salaried Market Manager to join the congenial group of Cobblestone vendors and partners in Winston-Salem and the NW Piedmont region. Cobblestone Farmers Market’s mission is to significantly increase access to good food and play a significant role in growing our food economy.

For more duties and qualifications, see the attached job description.

Application Deadline: Open Until Filled.

Ways To Apply

Email: betaverde.nc@gmail.com

Sales Manager: Durham, SC

Posted by Firsthand Foods

Interested in joining a Durham-based, women-owned mission-driven food company? We’re hiring a Sales Manager to join our dynamic team and help drive sales of local, pasture-raised meats to restaurants throughout the Triangle region. Food service experience and knowledge is a must as is exceptional communication and organizational skills. Please send a resume and cover letter to nullfirsthandfoods.com or info@nullnullfirsthandfoods.com. 

Application Deadline: March 10, 2018

For further information about this position, please email Firsthand Foods, Sales Manager Job Inquiry.

Ways To Apply

Email: info@firsthandfoods.com

Graduate Intern: Greenville, SC

Posted by Mere Christianity Forum

Graduate Intern – Job Description

Position: Mere Christianity Forum (MCF), a collegiate ministry serving Furman University in Greenville,

SC, is seeking a full-time Graduate Intern, who is interested in exploring campus ministry, and whose primary responsibilities are pastoral care, leading small groups, and communications and staff support.

Organization: MCF is a largely student-led ministry that works both collaboratively and ecumenically to foster the thoughtful exploration of Christian faith through conversation and community. MCF offers a variety of collegiate ministry experiences that cultivate unique “third space engagement” for students and faculty; service opportunities connecting students to community ministries; and experiences in Christian hospitality at Vista House, MCF’s intentional Christian community house. The organization aims to serve seekers, skeptics, and the deeply faithful with our unique blend of faith, reason, and tomfoolery.

Core competencies: MCF’s Graduate Intern is a self-starter with a high level of energy and inter-personal capacity. S/he is both professional and relational; demonstrates strong organizational skills and attention to detail; and has a keen ability to follow through with multiple concurrent projects while operating with a team mentality. A Bachelor’s degree is required. Proficiency in computing, desktop publishing, and social media skills necessary. This position requires a high aptitude for interaction with young adults and other members of a typical collegiate context, self-sufficiency, and adaptability.

Description: The Graduate Intern works in close partnership with the Executive Director, Director of Programming, Board of Directors, and Student Board to faithfully and effectively accomplish the ministries of MCF including developing new initiatives, evaluation, and cultivating a capacity for organizational sustainability:

  • Programming – Assisting in developing new programs and improving existing programs. Cultivating opportunities for Furman undergraduates and our other constituents to thoughtfully explore the Christian faith. Offering and enhancing experiences of sacramental worship.
  • Pastoral Care – Discipleship and mentoring of students from a variety of faith perspectives and backgrounds. Relating extraordinarily well to and between students, faculty, our Board of Directors, and other staff to accomplish the goals of the organization.
  • Personal Growth – In consultation with the Executive Director and Director of Programming, interns have the opportunity to select an area of personal interest to explore through readings and experience.
  • Personal Fundraising – Half of the salary for the position will be raised by the Graduate Intern by leveraging our existing donor database and their own networks to support their position in ministry.

Application Deadline: April 15, 2018

For further information about this position, please email Sherri Whittington, Director of Operations.

Ways To Apply

Email: sherri@faithreasontomfoolery.org

Online: Application Portal

Director of Programming: Greenville, SC

Posted by Mere Christianity Forum

Position: Mere Christianity Forum (MCF), a collegiate ministry serving Furman University in Greenville,

SC, is seeking a full-time Director of Programming, whose primary responsibilities are programming leadership and development, pastoral care, communications, and administration. 

Organization: MCF is a largely student-led ministry that works both collaboratively and ecumenically to foster the thoughtful exploration of Christian faith through conversation and community. MCF offers a variety of collegiate ministry experiences that cultivate unique “third space engagement” for students and faculty; service opportunities connecting students to community ministries; and experiences in Christian hospitality at Vista House, MCF’s intentional Christian community house. The organization aims to serve seekers, skeptics, and the deeply faithful with our unique blend of faith, reason, and tomfoolery.

Core competencies: MCF’s Director of Programming is a self-starter with a high level of energy and inter-personal capacity. S/he is both professional and relational; demonstrates strong organizational skills and attention to detail; and has a keen ability to follow through with multiple concurrent projects while operating with a team mentality. Collegiate ministry experience preferred; theological training preferred; ordination optional. Non-profit and/or fundraising experience preferred. Proficiency in computing, desktop publishing, database management, and social media skills necessary. This position requires a high aptitude for interaction with young adults and other members of a typical collegiate context, self-sufficiency, and adaptability.

Description: The Director of Programming works in close partnership with the Executive Director, Board of Directors, and Student Board to faithfully and effectively accomplish the ministries of MCF including developing new initiatives, evaluation, and cultivating a capacity for organizational sustainability:

  • Programming – Developing new programs and improving existing programs. Cultivating opportunities for Furman undergraduates and our other constituents to thoughtfully explore the Christian faith. Offering and enhancing experiences of sacramental worship.
  • Pastoral Care – Discipleship and mentoring of students from a variety of faith perspectives and backgrounds. Relating extraordinarily well to and between students, faculty, our Board of Directors, and other staff to accomplish the goals of the organization.
  • Communications and Organizational Administration/Sustainability – Building systems of effective institutional practices through evaluation of previous experiences. Responsible for online presence of the organization, administration of finances, and general maintenance of Vista House.
  • Personal Fundraising – Half of the salary for the position will be raised by the Programming Director by leveraging our existing donor database and their own networks to support their position in ministry. Cultivating relationships with local churches/clergy, non-profits, community leaders, and alumni. Developing practices of relating to our donors and alumni. Conducting grant research and writing to underwrite our programs and staffing.

Application Deadline: April 15, 2018

For further information about this position, please email Rimes McElveen, Executive Director.

Ways To Apply

Email: rimes@faithreasontomfoolery.org

Girls'/Boys' Camp Directors: Westfield, NC

Posted by The Vineyard Camp and Retreat Center

The Vineyard Camp and Retreat Center is an inter-denominational summer sports camp,  located near Pilot Mountain, NC, committed to serving Protestant and Catholic families from around the world. We are seeking a Girls’ Camp and Boys’ Camp Director for the upcoming summer season. As camp directors the candidates with oversee their respective campers and staff, along with providing daily devotionals and assistance in worship services. The jobs are full time from the end of May through August. All housing, meals, and laundry are included.

We, at the Vineyard Camp, try to disciple youth using a “lifestyle approach” by spending most of the day with sports and recreation and offering evening worship services and optional Bible studies at night. Whether it is a gentle hand to teach a particular skill or taking time to reflect on nature’s quiet beauty in the forest, we teach by example and wait for the child’s response.

Please see our website, www.vineyardcamp.com, for an application. Feel free to call us at our office (336) 351-2070 or email us at letters@nullvineyardcamp.com for more information.

Application Deadline: Open Until Filled.

For further information about this position, please email Dean Barley, Executive Director.

Ways To Apply

Email: letters@vineyardcamp.com

Online: Application Portal

Physical Address:
1945 Vineyard Road
Dean Barley
Westfield, NC 27053
United States

Fax: (336) 351-2902

Assistant Restore Manager: Winston-Salem, NC

Posted by Habitat for Humanity of Forsyth County

Basic Functions:  Assist ReStore Manager with managing a team of staff and volunteers to efficiently run and grow a Habitat ReStore

Principal Duties:

    • Hire, train, and lead ReStore staff and volunteers
    • Ensure customers and donors have positive experiences while at the Restore
    • Operate all areas of ReStore according to Habitat policies including but not limited to: cash register operation, daily reconciliations, donation receiving, processing, pricing, and markdowns,
    • Complete monthly inventory
    • Document store/staff activities and report as needed
    • Identify and resolve potential safety hazards
    • Work with procurement/donation director to make sure the right mix of merchandise is in the store
    • Order supplies and inventory as needed
    • Develop and post staff schedules to ensure proper staffing at all times
    • Review and approve timesheets in a timely fashion for payroll
    • Conduct volunteer orientations as needed
    • Oversee and motivate volunteers to ensure that they have an engaging experience and are interacting with customers, donors, and other volunteers in a positive manner
    • Work with ReStore Director to control expenses
    • Attend Chamber of Commerce meetings at least once a quarter
    • Spend majority of work time on sales floor leading team
    • Answer store phone and maintain social media presence
    • Assist with unloading Restore truck as needed

Other Duties:

    • Communicate mission of Habitat
    • Assist with Habitat special events as needed
    • Comply with all policies and procedures
    • Other duties as assigned by store management or director

Physical Requirements:

    • Ability to stand for extended periods of time, to move and handle boxes of merchandise and fixtures throughout the donation process, which entails lifting at least 75 pounds, assisted
    • Ability to understand and communicate in English; other languages are a plus
    • Ability to operate cash register, complete documentation for sales, and accurately count currency and make change
    • Ability to work varied hours/days, including nights and weekends, as needed
    • Ability to pass a pre-employment drug test and random drug testing as selected

Other Requirements:     Adhere to schedule, show initiative, honest, drug free, positive attitude, customer service oriented, must have dependable transportation to work

Previous retail management experience preferred. Candidates will be asked to consent to background check and drug test after contingent offer.

Application Deadline: April 23, 2018

For further information about this position, please email Gladys Pinto, Human Resources Coordinator.

Ways To Apply

Email: jobs@nullhabitatforsyth.org

Farm Manager: Saxapahaw, NC

Posted by Common Life Church & Farm (UCC)

About: Common Life Church & Farm is a vibrant expression of Christian love and justice that celebrates the Creator and creation. We are a new church plant affiliated with the United Church of Christ (www.ucc.org).

Our vision is to create and sustain three interlocking ministries:

  1. A community that meets for worship by gardening and sharing a sacred meal together.
  2. A farm business that grows produce to sell to the community and restaurants, using eco-friendly, sustainable agriculture practices that increase soil health, enhance water and air quality, and sequester carbon from the atmosphere.
  3. A year-long program for young adults age 21-35 to learn about eco-justice, farming, and faith leadership affiliated with the UCC Young Adult Service Communities.

Setting: Common Life Church & Farm will lease ~1.5 acres of production area and farming equipment from TerraStay Farm in Saxapahaw, NC beginning in July 2018. The area has been under diverse, intensive, sustainable agriculture production from 2014-2017. Common Life will have use of ~1 acre of open fields, 3 high tunnels, 3 walk-in coolers, a BCS tractor, pole barn and storage shed, and various farm tools and equipment. We are planning to plant a summer cover crop in April to prepare the land for fall crops.

Job Overview: We are seeking a full-time Farm Manager to farm ~1.5 acres producing of year-round seasonal produce and culinary herbs for retail on farm and wholesale to restaurants. The Farm Manager will develop and manage all aspects of the Common Life Farm production fields including growing produce using sustainable agriculture methods; marketing and selling products at a farm stand on-site and to local restaurants through a farmers’ collaborative; managing volunteers (at least weekly); and assisting with on-farm events and educational activities.

This position requires a strong, practical knowledge of agricultural skills and farm management, and a passionate commitment to building community through food and farming. The manager has primary responsibility for the planning, coordination and implementation of all work and activities at Common Life Farm. The pastor and Leadership Team will supervise this position.

Application Deadline: Open Until Filled.

For further information about this position, please email Sarah Horton-Campbell, Senior Pastor.

Ways To Apply

Email: commonlifechurchfarm@gmail.com

Executive Director / Program Director: Anywhere/International, DC

Posted by Faithful America

With more than 200,0000 members, Faithful America is the largest online community of Christians putting faith into action for social justice.

Sick of sitting by quietly while Jesus’ message of good news is hijacked to serve a hateful political agenda, we raise our collective voices through rapid-response campaigns that tap the grassroots power of Christians across the nation.

Leading Faithful America means putting faith into action to counter the religious right and reclaim Christianity as a force for social justice. You will be at the center of the biggest conversations about faith and public life in America, scanning the horizon for new opportunities for Christians to speak out, communicating what is at stake, and mobilizing tens of thousands to raise their voices.

Depending on the finalists’ experience, skills, and interest, this role could be structured either as an executive director tasked with building out an independent organization or as a program director tasked with integrating Faithful America’s online community and campaigning mission into an existing organization.

These campaigns have consistently made headlines and won real victories — whether persuading MSNBC to stop inviting the hate-mongering Family Research Council to represent the Christian point of view, getting Google to stop supporting the evangelical charity World Vision because of its anti-gay discrimination, or helping force the resignation of a Catholic school president who fired a beloved gay staff member.

Note: We’re open to candidates located anywhere in the U.S. and prepared to work virtually. Compensation, benefits, and hours are all subject to negotiation. (This might begin as a part-time position.)

Application Deadline: Open Until Filled.

For further information about this position, please email Michael Sherrard, Executive Director / Program Director.

Ways To Apply

Online: Application Portal

Medical Case Manager (Spanish speaking): Winston Salem, NC

Posted by Positive Wellness Alliance

Spanish-speaking Medical Case Manager (interim position possibility for full-time).  This position will begin as interim part-time with the potential of becoming full-time position.

Application Deadline: Open Until Filled.

For further information about this position, please email Sophia Russell, Interim Executive Director.

Ways To Apply

Email: srussell@pwanc.org

Medical Case Manager: Winston Salem, NC

Posted by Positive Wellness Alliance

This is a full-time exempt position. Case Managers assist clients with identifying and connecting with community resources to help support their psychosocial treatment needs.

Essential Functions

  • Provide all new clients who accept case management with a comprehensive assessment of medical and psychosocial needs and access to HIV ancillary services.
  • Evaluate and document assigned patients for program eligibility according to program criteria
  • Must have a willingness and desire to serve enrolled participants with compassion and professionalism in a timely manner and be able to advocate and communicate professionally with medical and mental health providers and community resource representatives.
  • Develop a patient-centered care plan every 6 months and/or as major changes occur, and complete associated referrals. Areas to be addressed may include, but are not limited to, housing, food, transportation, mental health, and substance abuse.
  • Must be able to communicate professionally within PWA, and with medical and mental health providers, community resource representatives, and Department of Health and Human Services and Agency Staff.
  • Responsible for maintaining a comprehensive knowledge base regarding the current standards of HIV/AIDS care and case management processes.
  • Maintain a complete patient medical case management record that includes intake information, care plan, and case management service notes. Required information to be entered in the CareWare system within 5 business days.
  • Schedule, plan, and facilitate support groups.
  • Contribute to the overall preparation and submission of HOPWA and Ryan White annual site visits.
  • Assist clients with accessing needed pharmaceutical coverage, such as applying for HMAP, SPAP, and ICAP. Help complete application every 6 months for eligible clients to ensure coverage of prescriptions and co-pay assistance.
  • Participate actively in supervision and staff meetings to improve HIV care delivery and retention in care.
  • Attend quarterly Region 3 case manager meetings and Continuum and Consortium Meetings.
  • Participate in regional and local HIV community events.
  • Attend any training necessary to maintain records in CareWare System.
  • Participate at a high level at all PWA fundraising and outreach events.
  • Assist weekly in all food pantry activities.

Application Deadline: May 26, 2018

For further information about this position, please email Taylor Magee, Director of Operations.

Ways To Apply

Online: Application Portal