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Chief Development Officer

Covenant House California (CHC) is a non-profit agency whose mission is to reach out to at-risk homeless youth living on the streets and offer them hope and opportunities to turn their lives around. Since 1988, Covenant House California has impacted the lives of more than 160,000 homeless youth out of their Los Angeles and Bay Area locations.

CHC is currently seeking a Chief Development Officer to provide administrative supervision of the Development Department. This will include managing the department budget, monitoring department performance, staffing/training and scheduling, and meeting coordination. In addition to oversight of the agency's Development efforts, he/she will be expected to maintain a major donor portfolio of 100-150 donors. The ideal candidate for this CDO role will hold a Bachelor's degree, with a Master's degree preferred, have a minimum of five years of progressively responsible fundraising experience in all facets of resource development, and familiarity with donor database software programs.

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Chief Operating Officer

Biblica is among the most historically influential thought leaders in the global Christian network of bible translation and bible engagement ministries. Biblica does two things: translate the full Bible in the 100 major spoken languages (populations of 5 million +) of the world representing more than 5 billion of the world’s total population of 7 billion; second, Biblica develops tools, resources and programs to encourage increased Bible engagement to transform lives through God’s word.

Biblica is currently seeking a Chief Operating Officer (COO) to serve as the Senior Executive Leader for all corporate and global operations and as an executive mentor and leadership development advocate. This role, as well as those of the Executive Leaders of Publishing and Ministry Programs, will report directly to Biblica's CEO, Carl Moeller, with all other aspects of the organization being led by the new COO.

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Board Members

Providing academically focused childcare through the local church, Lionheart is the new standard for excellence in early learning. Lionheart Children's Academy supports hard working parents with quality, affordable care and education for their children. By partnering with local churches to advance their facilities and existing child care programs, Lionheart provides the churches a source of revenue and a unique outlet of evangelism to local community members. Lionheart opened its first academy in Arlington, Texas in August of 2014 at Lake Arlington Baptist Church and are seeing the desired spiritual impact. There are plans to scale the model rapidly by adding five additional academies in 2016 in Dallas and Houston.

Lionheart is looking to add several new members to their Board of Directors as they continue to expand their ministry reach. Candidates are expected to demonstrate a mature Christian faith and love for evangelism. Board Members will have a track record of success as an executive leader or in-depth experiences as an educator, while possessing a passion for the advancement of children's care and education. Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

- Serving as a trusted advisor to founder Stan Dobbs as he develops and implements the strategic plan
- Serving on committees or task forces within their area of expertise, taking on special assignments as they arise
- Presenting Lionheart to stakeholders, acting as an ambassador for the organization, including disseminating information concerning their activities, programs, etc. to promote the organization
- Contributing toward the establishment of governance policies that will further the goals and objectives of Lionheart
- Through voting, establishing, approving and determining the priority of existing and future strategic initiatives that will benefit Lionheart’s goals
- Financially investing in Lionheart, proportional to God-given wealth.

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Executive Director, Strategic Gifts

Prison Fellowship Ministries (PFM) was founded in 1976 by Chuck Colson, President Nixon’s “hatchet man,” after he served time in a federal prison camp. During that time, he made a promise to God to remember prisoners and their families--that promise grew into the world's largest family of prison ministries. Currently, PFM is seeking an Executive Director of Strategic Gifts, who will report to Frank Cerutti, the Vice President of Development.

The new Executive Director will manage a portfolio of major ministry partners as a producing manager, while simultaneously leading and overseeing Prison Fellowship Ministries' Strategic Gifts team, including major gift partners and mid major partners. He or she will develop the major gifts department’s strategic direction to maximize growth potential for this important segment of PFM givers. The ideal candidate will have 10+ years of fundraising or high-end sales experience, 5+ years of executive management, including strategic planning and budgeting, and knowledge in the areas of leadership, marketing/communications, budgeting and finance principals.

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Senior Vice President, Children and Family Services

Since 1879, Buckner International has been on the move, changing and adapting to meet ever-evolving needs of orphans, vulnerable children, families and elders. Today, Buckner is moving throughout the globe, utilizing their unique approach to child welfare issues. That approach is a broad continuum of care that makes them vast and diverse in the ways they move to help the children and families they serve. Buckner International is currently seeking a new Senior Vice President for Children and Family services to help transform the lives of vulnerable children through their services.

The Senior Vice President for Children and Family Services will be responsible for providing exceptional leadership, supervision and management for all programs and activities of Buckner Children and Family Services, Inc., including: International and National Ministries, Adoption and Maternity Ministries, and Ministry Support Services. He/she will also hold responsibilities in Leadership and Strategic Planning, Program and Service Management, Operations, and External Relationships. The ideal candidate should possess the following: prior experience in executive leadership, cross-cultural sensitivity and understanding, demonstrated ability to lead and motivate people, and the ability to travel domestically and internationally as needed.

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Major Donor Operations Director

World Impact was birthed out of the rubble of the 1965 Watts riots in Los Angeles, when Keith Phillips made a deal with six boys who attended that initial Bible club: he promised to tell them about Jesus if they would tell him about life in the city. Today, their mission remains the same-to empower the urban poor while advancing the Kingdom in every city through local churches. Forty years later, World Impact missionaries are still making friends in the city, sharing the love of Jesus as they go. They are currently in need of a Major Donor Operations Director to oversee all major donor operations management for their organization.

The initial priorities of the Major Donor Operations Director will be assessing the current database and retaining current donors, then identifing potential opportunities for growth from an internal perspective. After the initial work for those two assessments have been completed, the Director will work with existing Major Gifts Officers to identify ways to attract new donors. In addition to major donor operations management, the new Director will be responsible for fundraising and event planning. He/she must possess a bachelor's degree, a strong background in project management and organizational processes, and a sound Biblical and theological understanding of the role of the church. World Impact is moving towards a virtual model, so this person is not required to be located in a specific area of the country. He/she will be required to travel as needed, and will have the option of setting up an office at an existing hub if so desired.

Please see opportunity profile above for more information.

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President

Pinnacle Forum was inspired by Dr. Bill Bright, Founder of Campus Crusade for Christ International, who challenged a handful of leaders in Phoenix, Arizona saying, “I believe the only way we can change our culture is to find a way to network our high influence leaders and inspire them to use their influence for God.” Since 1996, Pinnacle Forum has moved from a local ministry to a national movement, and they are currently seeking a President to lead this movement.

The President will oversee many areas including: strategic vision and leadership; development, marketing and fundraising; strengthening infrastructure and operations; and program development. In addition, he/she should be a selfless servant leader, able to charismatically lead Pinnacle Forum while humbly directing the attention to the organization rather than to self, a persuasive and passionate communicator, and a faithful follower of Jesus Christ, as evidenced in their lifestyle. The ideal candidate will posses a bachelor's degree, 15 to 20 years of overall professional management leadership experience, and successful management and growth of a multi-site organization, as well as proven experience in board development, fundraising, marketing/branding, and fiscal management.

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Chief Executive Officer

Since its founding in 1985, Mastermedia International has grown into an international organization that facilitates relationships between media leaders and the Christian community at large. Its purpose is to be a positive–and even redemptive–influence in entertainment by touching the lives of media gatekeepers and mobilizing a global prayer effort for them. Mastermedia is currently seeking their next Chief Executive Officer, succeeding founder Larry Poland, to oversee staff management, development, operations, finances, prayer mobilization and the field ministry of Mastermedia International.

In addition to the above duties, the CEO will oversee the ministry Presidents, Director of Advancement, CFO, COO, international staff members and office assistants. He/she will work closely with the Advisory Council, and will report directly to the Board of Directors through the Board Chairman. The next CEO will be responsible for all areas of the ministry, provide direction to the executive leadership and work with them to establish goals, objectives and program execution.

Mastermedia is looking for a mature, faith-filled candidate who is actively involved in a Bible believing church. Experience in organizational management, as well as a demonstrated ability to motivate and lead a team of executives, will be key to the CEO's success in this role. Additionally, someone who is comfortable with interacting with media executives and other in this industry with a high degree of influence and affluence is essential.

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Vice President of Development

The Vice President of Development will be responsible for the overall success of PULSE's donation initiatives and for implementing new and effective strategies to increase and enhance the ministry's donor development results. The ideal candidate will be expected to be current on innovative trends and opportunities in the donor development/ business funding space and will bring a history of proven executive leadership in the investment banking or the business funding field and a solid background in entrepreneurship. The incoming Vice President will also have a proven track record of strategic leadership effectiveness

The ideal candidate will have a four-year college or university degree in business management, banking or investment, plus a minimum of 10+ years of work experience. They should have experience in executive leadership in the area of fundraising and/or relevant business experience. The candidate should also be willing to travel 20-40% of the time.

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