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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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Chief Executive Officer

New Horizons for Children (NHFC) is an international hosting program for orphaned children, working with families from across the United States. This organizations coordinates the hosting of orphans from Latvia and Ukraine, providing families the unique ministry opportunity to share Christ’s love with orphans for a 4-5 week visit during the summer and around Christmas. After an organizational restructuring, NHFC has created the role of Chief Executive Officer as an external facing leader for this ministry. The CEO will manage all aspects of this organization, including representing the organization to all outside agencies such as the Board of Directors, U.S. and foreign governments and mission partners.

The new Chief Executive Officer should have prior experience in executive leadership, managing volunteers, and fundraising, as well as strong interpersonal skills. Experience working with international governments and social service organizations is a plus. In addition to the above, the CEO should have a direct connection to, and passion for, orphan care, either through adoption, hosting, or mission work, and be a demonstrated Christian with a missional focus. Please check out the profile above for more information.

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Vice President, Leadership Gifts

During its 108-year history, American Leprosy Missions (ALM) has ministered to four million people in 42 countries around the world. Thanks to the support of faithful donors and volunteers, they are able to cure and care for people suffering with leprosy, and are committed to bringing an end to this terrible disease. Their $13 million annual budget is primarily supported by 30,000 individual donors across the U.S., as well as by grants from international partner agencies. ALM is looking for a Vice President of Leadership Gifts to oversee this donor base, as well as major donor prospects.

The Vice President of Leadership Gifts will be responsible for actively building and managing a pipeline of major gift prospects, presenting proposals, and closing on proposals to raise major gifts. In addition he/she will provide thought leadership, coaching and mentoring to others involved in the major gift process, including the CEO, volunteers and colleagues in the development operation. This position will be based out of Greenville, South Carolina, with the possibility for an experienced major gifts professional to work virtually, and will report directly to the Chief Development Officer. The ideal candidate for this position should, at minimum, hold a bachelor's degree, have significant evidence of experience in major donor fundraising, and possess a strong knowledge base of prospect research, donor screening and major donor models.

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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.

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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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Vice President of Development

Concerned Women for America (CWA) is the nation's largest public policy women's organization with a 35 year history of helping their members across the country bring Biblical principles into all levels of public policy. The mission of CWA is to protect and promote Biblical values among all citizens — first through prayer, then education, and finally by influencing our society — thereby reversing the decline in moral values in our nation. Concerned Women for America is looking for a Vice President of Development to help them reach these goals.

The Vice President of Development will design and implement the major gifts program for CWA and obtain the financial resources to permit the organization to achieve its program objectives. Specifically, this person will create CWA’s strategic plan and set yearly goals for major gifts, legacy gifts and capital campaign, then monitor and report the progress of this plan. He or she will also create a major gifts capital campaign. The ideal candidate for this role should have a strong development background with experience in large gifts, bequests and capital building campaigns, as well as with moves management. The Vice President of Development must also have an awareness and interest in conservative issues, and will express a Christ like attitude and approach to serving with Concerned Women for America.

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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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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

Apartment Life is a faith-based, non-profit organization dedicated to outreach in apartment communities.They are motivated by the belief that every individual is created for community. Research points to a lack of significant community in at least 25% of Americans lives, and Apartment Life was founded on the belief that something needs to change. Due to new initiatives outside of Apartment Life which will require more of founder Stan Dobbs' direct attention, Apartment Life is looking to fill the newly created role of President.

The President of Apartment Life will work closely with, and report to, Stan Dobbs in his role as the CEO of Apartment Life, until such time as the President is determined to be the CEO successor to the Apartment Life organization. The 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, as well as 15-20 years of experience encompassing complex sales, business development and executive leadership. As Apartment Life’s culture is infused with a high level of care, the new President should have a deep passion for the mission of the organization, a natural love for people, and a deep faith.

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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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