Non-Profit

Communications Director

Glenn Memorial UMC (Atlanta) is seeking a Communications Director.  The Communications Director understands Glenn's strategic goals, mission, and vision; develops and drives strategic communication, both internal and external, for all ministry areas; analyzes the church's creative processes and technologies to determine areas needing development; produces and manages all official communications across multiple channels in support of the ministry of the congregation.  View the full job description here or here.

Applicants should submit a cover letter and resume along with three writing samples of previous featured work, one or two design samples, and the names of three references. Writing samples can include a blog, a press release, or an article. Design samples can include previously completed social media campaigns or designs for a poster, banner, postcard or other publication. Interviews will be required.

To apply or for additional information: email Mary Lou Boice, mlgboice@gmail.com. Application deadline: Sunday, July 8, 2018

Associate Director of Admissions

Harvard Divinity School (Cambridge, MA) is seeking an associate director of admissions.  The HDS Associate Director of Admissions is a key member of the admissions team, working on behalf of the nation’s first non-sectarian divinity school. Reporting to the Director of Admissions, the Associate Director provides day-to-day oversight of admissions and recruitment operations, and directly supervises the Staff Assistant. Working in partnership with the Director, this position leads admissions operations, including the admissions application and enrollment processes for all HDS degree programs (MDiv, MTS, and ThM) and the Special Student program.  Manages advertising and all admissions communications, including admissions social media strategy and content. Must lead operations, liaison with team members, colleagues, and HDS/Harvard community members, with professionalism and seriousness of purpose, while maintaining a warm and welcoming manner. Works closely with the Director while communicating well with the rest of the team and colleagues, and reports back to the Director their recommendations for fine-tuning admissions processes, enrollment and marketing efforts, and other initiatives. Strong organizational, interpersonal, and project management skills are required.

For more information and to apply, go here.

Admissions Counselor

McAfee School of Theology (Mercer University) is seeking an Admissions Counselor who is expected to perform a full range of admissions and recruitment activities to admit and enroll highly qualified students, included but not limited to, marketing, planning, and execution of on and off-campus recruitment and admissions events; corresponding with and providing excellent customer service and advisement to prospective students, applicants, and enrolled students; facilitating application evaluation and processing; collecting and reporting of data; and supporting the operational needs of the Admissions Office.  More information can be found here.

Program Administrator

The Board of Pensions of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), administers the church Benefits Plan and Assistance Program, provides educational opportunities, and manages investments of approximately $10 billion. We are a not-for-profit corporation, and one of six national agencies of the General Assembly, the governing body for the PC(USA)

The PROGRAM ADMINISTRATOR, reports to the Vice President, Education, and supports the work of the Education team by coordinating educational events and education projects, improving communication with external constituencies, interpreting and implementing established team initiatives, improving workflow and processes, and assisting in resolution of program related matters. The Program Administrator will effectively communicate and engage with team members and with church partners as they seek to deliver educational programs. 
 
The Board of Pensions of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) is an equal opportunity employer.

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Volunteer Coordinator

I Care (Decatur, GA) is seeking a Volunteer Coordinator, who is responsible for recruiting and training volunteers; providing senior citizens with information about the program; scheduling the volunteer drivers to take the senior citizens to and from medical appointments; maintaining confidential files and electronic records; and providing compassionate communication with both the senior citizens and the volunteer drivers. The Volunteer Coordinator will assist the Director, as needed, with administrative duties, including correspondence, financial records, and special projects.  This is a part time position: 15-18 hours a week at $14/hour.  More information can be found here.