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Head of Client Outreach and Impact

The Head of Client Outreach and Transformation (Impact)- Africa Region will oversee Opportunity's African Chief Relationship Officers located at the local level to ensure maximum outreach, sustainability and transactional impact for those served by the micro-finance banking entities in the Opportunity International portfolio.

The Head of Client Outreach and Transformation (Impact) reports directly to the Global Head of Client Outreach and Impact. This position will function as the senior leader for sales, marketing, product development and Transformation (Impact) for the Africa Region. The candidate in this position will serve as a member of the Global Leadership team to create strategy, set direction, design work processes and provide leadership for the region and eventually beyond.

Some requirements for the Head of Client Outreach and Transformation (Impact) include:
- Bachelor's degree required, Master's degree preferred.
- Demonstrated leadership in financial, human resources, and information technology services.
- A successful track record of managing multiple international location in a matrix environment..
- Minimum 10 years' experience at a senior level in the finance services industry.
- Ability to synthesize complex or diverse information.
- Flexibility and willingness to travel a minimum 50% of the time are critical.
- Be an active member of a local church with a history of volunteer and leadership.

While this position is ideally located in Nairobi, Kenya, relocation will not be required if the candidate currently resides in an African location where OI currently has operations and wishes to remain in their current home.

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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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Director, Women's Services

The Director of Women's Services for Atlanta Mission is a critical member of the ministry's Senior Leadership Team. He or she will coach and lead a team of Women's Program Managers to align programs and services on two campuses located in close proximity to one another: My Sister's House, providing overnight shelter, recovery and long term discipleship programs, and Atlanta Day Shelter, helping women gain the skills needed for employment and providing childcare and services simultaneously.

The Director of Women's Services is responsible for nurturing and inspiring a sense of a community across all of the Atlanta Mission campuses, characterized by kindness, dignity, excellence and efficiency. The Director of Women's Services will guide program focus toward the key individual attributes of physical, emotional, social, spiritual and vocational wholeness. He or she will lead a team of caring professionals, dedicated staff and partners to be used by God to see lives transformed and restored. The Director of Women's Services is responsible for the full continuum of care and programs from emergency shelter to transitional housing as well as long-term care/rehabilitation. Food service, housekeeping, transportation and facilities are provided as a “shared service” and managed by a peer level Director Guest Services.

The Director of Women's Services currently reports to the President and Chief Executive Officer, Jim Reese.

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Director, Men's Services

The Director-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 Director-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 Director-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 Director-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 Director-Men’s Services currently reports to the President and Chief Executive Officer, Jim Reese.

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Executive Director

The Executive Director will oversee all aspects of CURE’s operations. This includes overseeing, assessing and developing CURE’s three core programs: its national outreach and education department; policy research and analysis department; and its marketing and media department. These three departments must be evaluated, prioritized, and developed.

The Executive Director will also assume responsibility for the ongoing management and growth of CURE’s development department. The department must be evaluated to maintain its current level of funding and built and grown such that it can finance the needs of the operating programs. These budgetary needs must be assessed and goals set and implemented.

The Executive Director will also have full responsibility for day-to-day management of CURE’s Washington, DC office. This includes management of the current staff, finances, organization, and delegation of responsibilities, and determinations for growth.

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Chief Executive Officer

We are seeking a new CEO for Biblica who will build upon this great legacy in the next season of global ministry to deliver God's Word to the world. Biblica has never sought to “own every mile of the pipeline” but rather works effectively through multiple distribution channels and ministry partners and through customized solutions that leverage a wide variety of print, audio and digital media. The next CEO will continue this tradition and seek to expand the global stature of Biblica as one of the most dedicated and cross-culturally informed platforms for Bible translation, distribution and engagement.

Reporting to the Biblica Board of Directors, the CEO will lead the vision, mission, and strategic direction for the global ministry with the objective of successfully implementing the approved three year strategic plan to translate and distribute the whole Bible to the 100 largest language groups in the world, increase Bible engagement and strengthen Biblica for maximum impact.

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Executive Director

The Executive Director of the Faith and Freedom Coalition is responsible for day-to-day operations as well as overseeing policy development, donor development, media relations, legislative activities, and finances. He or she will report to the chairman of the organization, and will accountable to the Board of Directors.

FFC's next Executive Director will need to be a strong leader and manager. Direct reports to this position include the National Field Director, Director of Development, Director of Legislative Affairs, Chief Financial Officer, and various consultants and administrative staff. The ED will set goals and priorities for the organization and meet regularly with the staff to determine progress in reaching the objectives and make the adjustments necessary to achieve them.

The Executive Director is responsible for the annual policy conference. He or she will be responsible for determining the venue, negotiating with vendors, recruiting attendees and speakers, and obtaining media coverage to ensure the overall success of the conference.

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Oxygen3 Volunteers

Jill's House provides respite care for families who have children with special needs. Their weekend respite ministry, Oxygen3, needs volunteers to serve with these children in DC, LA, Colorado Springs and Austin.

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Regional Vice President, Generosity Advisor-Texas

WaterStone is seeking a Christian leader for the role of Regional Vice President, Generosity Advisor - Texas. This organization develops creative and innovative solutions for highly specific giving objectives. Their customized strategies increase the giver’s ability to improve the effectiveness with which they provide Kingdom resources to charities and ministries through eliminating estate taxes, capital gains taxes and decreasing annual income taxes. Learn more about WaterStone here: www.waterstone.org .

The candidates we are seeking may come from a financial services, investment advisory, consulting or traditional fundraising background. However, we are also eager to discuss this role with men and women who have been successful in other marketplace sectors as entrepreneurs or business executives, as well as individuals who have been responsible for capital formation or private equity investing. More than just having a great personal rolodex, although that would be useful, the key is having experience convening high-net-worth individuals and families with whom potential candidates have effectively shared some type of ROI proposition that moved them to significant action.

Intentional and dedicated stewardship includes all of the time, talent and treasure that the Lord has graciously bestowed upon each of us. Following His commands regarding the use of what already belongs to Him is a compelling reality for obedient Believers. At WaterStone, we are seeking someone who also feels that calling and is eager to help others realize their giving potential.

This exciting and strategic opportunity for the right candidate will expand and maximize WaterStone’s presence in key Texas markets that include (but are not limited to): Midland, Dallas, Austin, Houston and San Antonio.

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