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Director, Finance and Accounting

The Director of Finance & Accounting provides financial leadership to the U.S. Navigators from an accounting, cash management and financial perspective. He or she also establishes and ensures compliance of financial policies and regulatory bodies necessary to wisely steward God’s provisions. This position oversees the Corporate Accounting, Accounting Process Center, Treasury and Grant functions of The Navigators. This includes providing financial information that will assist in accomplishing the strategic initiatives of The Navigators. The Director of Finance & Accounting oversees the accounting and financial operations of all ministries business units support function including individual staff, missions, spheres, business ministries, and corporate hierarchies. He or she reports to the Senior Vice President of Finance and Administration.

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Lionheart Children's Academy Director - Garland

As part of our ongoing partnership with Lionheart Children's Academies, we are happy to promote their Garland Academy Director opening!

The Academy Director of this soon to open child care center will be responsible for managing all aspects of the academy operations, and promoting and instilling corporate values, vision and goals. He or she will foster and maintain positive relationships with academy staff, key host church staff, parents, students, vendors and the local community, while providing strategic leadership and oversight of the academy. The Academy Director will also be responsible for meeting the state licensing requirements as outlined in the Minimum Standards for Child Care Centers.

This person must be located in the DFW area.

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Chief Operating Officer

World Relief is an international relief and development agency. Founded in 1944 as the humanitarian arm of the National Association of Evangelicals, World Relief offers assistance to victims of poverty, disease, hunger, war, disasters and persecution. They are currently seeking a Chief Operating Officer to serve as the senior executive leader for all global operations and as executive mentor and leadership development advocate.

The Chief Operating Officer will have oversight and direction on all aspects of Programs, Marketing, Finance, Human Resources, Technology and Administration, as well as serve as the lead implementer of strategy across the organization. The COO will report directly to World Relief's CEO, Stephan Bauman. The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor's degree in Finance, Accounting, Business or Economics, with demonstrated financial experience and expertise in planning, reporting and financial strategy. He/she should also have 10+ years of Executive level operation leadership experience and be able to travel domestically and internationally as needed. Most importantly, the COO candidate must subscribe to the values, mission and vision of World Relief as well as exhibit a mature Christian faith.

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Vice President, Resource Development

African Leadership And Reconciliation Ministries (ALARM) exists to empower the African church, to impact the African continent by developing and equipping leaders with skills and tools to nurture, and to deepen the Christian faith for the transformation and reconciliation of the African communities. Since its founding, ALARM has expanded into eight countries across east and central Africa and is currently seeking a Vice President for Resource Development.

The Vice President of Resource Development will drive resource development and fundraising efforts, and provide dynamic leadership in support of ALARM's mission. Reporting to the President/CEO, the VP, Resource Development serves as a key leadership team member and an active participant in making strategic decisions affecting the ministry. The ideal candidate will have 5+ years of professional experience with proven success in resource development, tangible experience in expanding and cultivating donor relationships over time, and a demonstrated ability to identify donors and cultivate relationships leading to substantial commitments.

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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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