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Chief Financial Officer

Barnhart Crane & Rigging Co. was founded in 1969 and is based in Memphis, Tennessee with 32 current branches across the United States. The company's mission is to provide complex heavy lifting and transportation services to their customers by offering rail/land/water transportation, crane rental, project cargo logistics and much more. Barnhart Crane is searching for a new Chief Financial Officer who will report directly to the President.

The CFO will provide leadership in the continuous evaluation of short and long-term strategic financial objectives, as well as contribute to Barnhart Crane's goals, objectives and overall management of the organization. He/she will assure the financial integrity of all financial reporting and the overall accounting group, oversee transactional human resources functions, including payroll and benefits, and analyze the company operations to pinpoint areas that need to be reorganized, downsized or eliminated. In addition, the CFO with work closely with the VP of Technology and other team members to manage and continuously improve the enterprise-wide systems of Barnhart Crane.

The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 10 years in financial leadership roles in a complementary or related industry, experience designing and implementing internal controls for local and remote operations, and experience in day-to-day operations of a national, multi-site organization. The new CFO should also possess a Bachelor's degree, with an MBA preferred, a proven track record of success facilitating progressive organizational change and development within a growing organization, and be a team leader who can positively and productively impact both strategic and tactical finance and administrative initiatives.

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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, Global Technology Solutions

International Justice Mission (IJM) is a global organization protecting the poor from violence in the developing world. Their global team includes hundreds of lawyers, investigators, social workers, community activists and other professionals at work in nearly 20 communities. IJM is seeking a Vice President of Global Technology Solutions to succeed a well-regarded predecessor who has opted for retirement after nearly a decade with IJM. Working out of the IJM headquarters in the Washington, DC area, the new Vice President will lead a team of eleven high caliber Information Systems (IS) professionals.

This position combines all aspects of technology, from operational networking and data center operation to software development and global systems deployment. Responsibilities include Information Technology (IT) operations in field offices across the world including developing countries, development and delivery of IJM’s in-house casework software program, implementation and deployment of an enterprise-level software system, engagement with IJM Partner Offices to optimize global IT solutions, and providing leadership and guidance for an internally developed global enterprise software project.

The ideal candidate will have a minimum of: ten years of experience in IT operations; ten years of management experience leading teams of ten or more employees in multiple locations; and five years of experience with technology project management. He/she will also have experience implementing new technologies and operations, as well as knowledge in managing global and enterprise-wide transformation efforts. As this is a faith-based organization, the candidate must possess a mature orthodox Christian faith as defined by the Apostle's Creed. Please read the opportunity profile above for more information.

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Chief Development Officer

Prison Entrepreneurship Program is searching for a new Chief Development Officer (CDO) who will work closely with, and report directly to, the Chief Executive Officer. Under the guidance of the CEO, this executive will work to execute the vision of the organization, focusing his/her efforts on developing and executing strategic fundraising and volunteer engagement plans.

The Chief Development Officer will be responsible for overseeing volunteer engagement, developing media and communications for the organization, creating and implementing fundraising strategies, and creating business and church relations.

The candidate for this position should have 10+ years of experience in nonprofit fundraising, a Bachelor's degree, with a Master's degree preferred, extensive knowledge of fundraising strategies, and a strong track record of developing relationships with people of influence and affluence. While this position is based in Houston, Texas, the candidate must also possess the ability to travel regularly, primarily to Dallas, as well as to area prisons.

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Director of Legislative Affairs

The Director of Legislative Affairs will be expected to manage the daily functions of the Faith & Freedom Coalition Washington D.C. office, engage public policymakers and their staffs, and represent the interests of Faith & Freedom Coalition in substance and spirit. This position will report directly to the Executive Director of FFC and will provide monthly written reports to the Chairman and Board of Directors.

The ideal candidate for this position must have prior political and/or legislative experience, as well as previous involvement in political or issue campaigns; professional trade association or Capitol Hill experience preferred. The new Director of Legislative Affairs should also be productive, competent, and dependable with a collaborative, team spirit, have excellent people and communication skills, both written and verbal, and must reflect a faith-centered life in word and action. The candidate will also need to be currently living in, or willing to relocate to, the greater Washington, D.C. area.

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Board Members

Partners International is focused on creating a high impact board, actively participating in strategic governance, with board members who have a generous spirit and willingness to support the ministry with their time, talents and financial resources.

Partners International Board Members have the responsibility to:
-Serve as a trusted advisor to CEO Larry Andrews, as he develops and implements the strategic plan
-Serve on committees or task forces within their area of expertise, taking on special assignments as they arise
-Represent Partners International to stakeholders, acting as an ambassador for the organization, including disseminating information
concerning their activities, programs, etc to promote the organization
-Contribute toward the establishment of governance policies that will further the goals and objectives of Partners International
-Periodically review the relevance of current programs and services

The ideal Board Member will have a mature Christian faith, shown through their lifestyle, be actively involved in a local church, and a demonstrated love for the role of the church in global missions. They will also have a track record of success as an executive leader, a proven ability to contribute to both technical and strategic initiatives within their area of expertise, as well as connections to potential high capacity ministry resource partners, and a desire, means, and availability to be present at board meetings and accept Board committee work and projects as needed.

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President

The President of Apartment Life will work closely with, and report to, the CEO/founder to provide overall direction to the ministry and shape and implement the vision. Primary responsibilities for this role will include: guiding strategic decisions, leading the executive team, opening new regions, closing high-level sales, and raising funds.

A Bachelors Degree is required for this position, as well as 15-20 years of experience encompassing complex sales and business development and executive leadership. Other key attributes include: passion for the mission, deep faith, love for people, someone who is superb at execution, an owner mentality, and executive-level experience.

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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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Vice President, Men's Services

The Vice President-Men’s Services for Atlanta Mission is a critical member of the ministry's Program Leadership Team. He or she will coach and lead a team of men’s program leaders to align programs and services on two campuses: The Shepherd’s Inn, the downtown men’s emergency shelter and recovery program serving 350+ men per day; Fuqua Hall, the downtown’s men’s transitional living program serving up to 90 men per day; and The Potter’s House, the 550-acre rural, recovery and transitional living program serving 240 men per day in Jefferson, Georgia. The Atlanta Mission’s men’s services division serves approximately 700 men each day on two campuses.

The Vice President-Men’s Services is responsible for nurturing and inspiring a Christ-centered culture and a sense of a community across all of the Atlanta Mission’s men’s campuses, exhibiting love, kindness, respect, efficiency and a relentless pursuit of excellence, ensuring that clients and guests hear and experience the gospel of Christ. The Vice President-Men’s Services will guide programs focused on meeting each client’s physical, emotional, social, spiritual and vocational needs. He or she will lead a team of caring professionals, dedicated staff and partners—all willing to be used by God to see lives transformed and restored. The Vice President-Men’s Services is responsible for the full continuum of care and programs from emergency shelter to transitional housing as well as long-term recovery programming. Food service, housekeeping, transportation and facilities are provided as a “shared service” and managed by a peer-level Director-Guest Services.

The Vice President-Men’s Services currently reports to the Executive Vice President, David Hanna.

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