Non-Church Job Opportunities

Fellowship - Executive Director Together for Hope Louisiana

Date: September 17, 2020

Together for Hope Louisiana, a faith based, non-profit community development program in Lake Providence, Louisiana is announcing a full time Fellowship position as Executive Director for the Together for Hope Louisiana program. This is a two year commitment which can be renewed, to lead the anti-poverty, assets based community development and advocacy work in the Louisiana Delta. It is a full time position based in Lake Providence with benefits which includes housing and utilities. Job description and application instructions at cbfla.org. Application deadline is October 10




Contact Information:

cbfla.org

Job/Housing Contact Information:
cbflouisiana@gmail.com


Job Posting – Communications and Multi-Media Manager

Date: September 17, 2020

Compensation: $13.00 - $16.00 per hour depending on qualifications and experience

Job Type: Part-time (15-20 hours per week)

Benefits: no health, dental or vision benefits provided

Job Description:

Communication and Multi-Media Manager, Part-time

The Church: Oak Lawn United Methodist Church is a Reconciling Congregation: Loving, Compassionate, and Inclusive. We welcome people of all ages, races, backgrounds, abilities, economic circumstances, sexual orientations and gender identities into the life and leadership of our church. We commit to advocating for justice and full inclusion of all people in our congregation and in the community we serve. We seek to be a hub of transformative Christian community that is inclusive, expansive, and entrepreneurial.

We are a congregation of 80-100 worshippers looking for the right person to help us grow the body of Christ through communication and multi-media with our congregation and the community.

The Position: This position reports directly to the Pastor of Worship Arts and Connections. We are looking for Communications and Multi-Media Manager who will help take our vision, mission, discipleship, and ministry opportunities to the next level through engaging communications and multi-media.

Responsibilities:

  • Develop and maintain all print and digital print media including but not limited to website, social media, marketing, bulletins, and signage
  • Collaborate on and help to maintain the OLUMC brand and marketing plan
  • Create and distribute weekly news and other necessary congregational information
  • Work alongside clergy team to support media for worship
  • Engage congregants and community members through various channels of communications including, but not limited to, email, social media, and website
  • Respond to local news outlets and coordinate interviews with appropriate clergy or lay leaders
    • Issue press releases for community-wide events
    • Work with all ministries and volunteer areas to ensure branding and messaging are consistent with the long-term goals and visions of OLUMC

    Requirements:

    • Understanding with current events and social issues related to faith
    • Strong technological, writing, and verbal communications skills
    • Strong problem-solving skills, be able to manager projects and volunteers and work with a team
    • Ability to comply with schedule which will include weekday office hours and several hours on Sunday
    • Strong interpersonal and customer service skills
    • Ability to pastor and motivate volunteers through multi-media
    • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite
    • Proficient in design applications such as Adobe Create Suite or Canva
    • Proficient with technology and social media platforms including Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and others
  • Basic understanding of digital strategy as it pertains to SEOs and social media best practices

Preferred Skills:

  • Familiarity with Panning Center Online, church structure and budgeting
  • Video editing skills via iMovie or Adobe Premiere
  • Bilingual, Spanish/English

The Location: Dallas Texas

Why Should You Apply?

  • Could be a great opportunity for a savvy communications and multi-media professional to supplement their income
  • Great training ground for gifted young developing communications and mutli-media individuals
  • Put your faith into action
 


Contact Information:

How You Apply? Email ALL the below information to communications@olumc.org

  • Resume
  • Cover letter answering the following question: How do you feel your gifts, talents and work experience will meet the needs of this position?
  • Provide links or files that provide examples of newsletters, social media posts, website design or other multi-media designs


DRIVER/HELPER NEEDED ASAP!

Date: August 27, 2020

Active woman with bad knee seeks someone to help with errands, shopping, and appointments.

Must be trustworthy, cheerful, and have a clean driving record.

References required.

$15/hour

(214) 363-3600




Contact Information:

Blake Malouf
www.blakemalouf.com

214-457-9774


Publisher/Associate General Secretary – The Upper Room (located in Nashville, TN)

Date: July 30, 2020

Discipleship Ministries, an agency of The United Methodist Church, is seeking an exceptional candidate for our vacancy of Publisher/Associate General Secretary (AGS) – The Upper Room (TUR).  The incumbent of this position will serve as the Publisher/Associate General Secretary and spiritual leader of The Upper Room (an international agency of the United Methodist Church), a global, ecumenical, and self-sustaining ministry; and as a key member of the agency’s executive staff leadership group, this position reports to the CEO/General Secretary of Discipleship Ministries.

The Upper Room has an emphasis on prayer, spiritual formation, and intentional discipleship rooted in the Wesleyan tradition. The organization publishes The Upper Room daily devotional guide in 36 languages and multiple formats, produces 20 books per year, and offers formational learning experiences, The Academy for Spiritual Formation, and Emmaus Ministries.

The Publisher/AGS communicates (written and spoken) with great passion and purpose in order to encourage people/leaders to explore the full breadth and depth of the Christian spiritual life (i.e., creating daily life with God) through prayer and formational practices for the mission of making disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world. Leads TUR’s core team in strategic planning, evaluation, continuous improvement, financial soundness, innovation and spiritual impact in support of the overall mission and vision of Discipleship Ministries. Represents TUR and the whole of DM to UMC stakeholders, aligns staff and work of agency for ministry impact, and engages with the Board of Directors. Initiates and cultivates key relationships; listens to and engages with church leaders, customers, donors, and other partners for ministry effectiveness and expansion.

 

Additional Knowledge Required

The successful candidate must have excellent written and verbal communication skills. Knowledge and understanding of structure and polity of The United Methodist Church, publishing industry, business management, Christian theology with focus on prayer, spiritual formation, discipleship, and Wesleyan leadership. Cultural diversity and global contextualization; adaptive leadership, team building, and resource allocation and alignment.  Demonstrated success in leadership, strategic planning, financial management, innovation, and staff development; relational and network building skills. Attentive to one’s own spiritual practices and wellbeing.

Education/Experience

Master’s or Doctorate degree; Theological education and Spiritually grounded / Ten years of experience in teaching, preaching, and writing on the spiritual life.





 

Contact Information:

How to Apply

To be considered for this opportunity please send a cover letter and comprehensive resume to      Human Resources via email at employment@umcdiscipleship.org or via fax to 615.340.7565.

Discipleship Ministries is an Affirmative Action Employer.  M/F/D/V EOE.

Application Deadline: September 4, 2020


Coach

Date: July 20, 2020

Coaches are the hands and feet of the daily work of our organization because they get the most face-to-face time with our Forerunners. There are two types of coaches; Grade Coaches and Support Coaches. All coaches are responsible for building relationships with our Forerunners, ensuring their safety through implementing our policies and following procedures, and for stewardship of the facility. Coaches will be assigned differing responsibilities based on their exact position in the program, which will be determined by the Program Coordinator.





 

Contact Information:

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Job/Housing Contact Information:
hello@forerunnermentoring.com

Site Lead (K-6th)

Date: July 20, 2020

The Site Lead helps the Program Coordinator run the After-School Program by executing the day-to-day elements of the program and managing the team of coaches.

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Contact Information:

Job/Housing Contact Information:
hello@forerunnermentoring.com

Server Needed (full-time)

Date: June 12, 2020

We are looking for energetic and enthusiastic servers to work at The Henry in uptown Dallas.



 

Contact Information:

URL to longer description:
https://dallas.craigslist.org/dal/fbh/d/dallas-the-henry-now-hiring-servers/7134074405.html

Job/Housing Contact Information:
Christopher Melly cmelly@foxrc.com