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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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Senior Vice President, Finance and Administration

The Senior Vice President for Finance and Administration will report to the CEO. He or she will be responsible to maintaining fiduciary accountabilities and for enhancing the internal organization processes and infrastructure to help facilitate the Navigator calling. The SVP partners with the U.S. Field directors, and other National Leadership Team members, as well as support the worldwide partnership of affiliated national works under the leadership of Mike Treneer, international president, and the International Executive Team. This collaboration is primarily through shared insight and support to structures and process improvements

The new SVP, Finance and Administration will bring complimentary skill sets in financial leadership and operational innovation that will take on responsibility for maintaining fiduciary accountabilities and enhancing the organization’s processes and infrastructure to help facilitate The Navigators mission. The ideal marketplace profile will include some leadership experience in a VP of Finance or CFO role, leading to an operating leadership responsibility at the division executive or corporate COO or CEO level. The ideal ministry background may include a similar path or could include financial leadership with partnered operating responsibilities. In either case, the financial skill set (CPA preferred, but not required) must be a core part of any selected candidate’s profile.

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National Field Director

The National Field Director is responsible for overseeing the state affiliates, local chapters, and field structure of the Faith and Freedom Coalition. There are currently 30 state affiliates and approximately 400 local chapters. The Field Director reports to the Executive Director.

The Field Director’s main responsibility is to launch new state affiliates and strengthen existing state affiliates. He or she will also supervise the national field staff, which consists of two Deputy National Field Directors and a proposed Director of Training, who is responsible for the Citizen Action Seminars that train grassroots activists in basic citizenship and effective civic engagement.

The National Field Director also works with state affiliates in organizing state and local events, including fundraising dinners and luncheons featuring nationally prominent dignitaries, Citizen Action seminars, Lobby Days at the state capitol, and rallies. It is his or her primary responsibility to ensure these events are well-attended and achieve their organizational, developmental and public policy objectives.

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Chief Development Officer

Young Life's Chief Development Officer's essential duties will include:

• Oversee mission wide development including the following:
- Approve annual plans, including strategic focus, and budgets for all development staff and campaign directors connected to the Development Department of the Mission.
- Work with direct reports in implementing the annual plans and advising on adjustments/enhancements during the course of the year.
- Recommend to the president strategic initiatives and policies designed to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of development work at all levels.
- Advise the president on his major donor strategy in coordination with the mission wide director of donor relations and the Service Center directors who have major donor strategies.
• Give direction and oversee the work of the mission wide director of donor relations (major donors and campaigns), field development services, foundation services and gift planning services.
- Mentor directors individually and call them to think and act strategically, leveraging their time and resources.
- Respond to requests for advice and review of plans and materials.
- Oversee preparation of budgets and review monthly during the fiscal year.
- Lead in regular Service Center Development staff meetings and retreats.

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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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Executive Director

The future Executive Director of Heritage Alliance will work closely with the founder and Chairman of the Board, Richard Ford, to insure a smooth transition of a very successful enterprise. The role is a general management position that provides the overall leadership for all aspects of Heritage Alliance, including setting and adjusting the organization's strategy, overseeing projects, managing, hiring and training staff, and developing national level Partners for the iVoteGuide initiatives. The Executive Director will also manage the budget and work with the Board and others to raise funds that support the ongoing mission of Heritage Alliance.

Over the next three years, Heritage Alliance plans to significantly expand iVG's coverage and product distribution. To accomplish this, the Executive Director will expand the network of partner organizations, oversee the expansion of candidate and election coverage, implement the new pricing model and build staff to support this growth. Specific plans for the iVG marketing campaign have not been finalized yet, but the Executive Director will have a significant impact on the adopted strategies. iVG is a one-of-a-kind, well-researched web-based source of information on candidates for federal elections (Republican federal primaries and all general elections) and certain state-level elections. The campaign will not advocate specific candidates, but will simply focus on voter turnout and use of iVG. As the Executive Director secures funding, Heritage Alliance intends to contract with an iVG "campaign manager" to oversee development of the marketing strategy, and creation of marketing material. The marketing material may include advertising on social media, creation of informational material, special emails or print mailings to partner constituents, and videos that can be posted on the partner or other (independent) web sites.

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Overseas General Manager

Located in the United Arab Emirates, Sun Staffing will officially launch mid 2014. They are looking to hire an Overseas General Manager with extensive experience in the staffing industry, preferably someone who has experience in the Middle East region of the world. This individual will be integral in the development of business plans, market analysis, business strategies, and the overall organizational structure, as well as hold responsibility for establishing customer relationships and running day-to-day operations of the company.

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Chief Executive Officer

The Chief Executive Officer will fulfill his/her own unique and essential mission as the organization’s undisputed internal operations guru. He/she will be an innovative source of organizational design and systems management expertise with a documented history of operations improvement success. The Chief Executive Officer will orchestrate a commitment to system-wide standard operating procedures, encourage clear goals and standards, reconfirm or develop budgeting protocols, oversee all organizational development, and establish clear lines of reporting. He/she will create an environment of accountability through best practices, develop a system of staff appraisals, and work with the team to refine and implement an effective set of protocols and operating procedures.

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Manager-Volunteer Relations, International Operation Christmas Child

The Manager, Volunteer Relations will walk alongside the Regional Directors and Regional Managers as a resources, champion, and coach. This person will have the ability to embrace an organization’s vision and drive the programs, people and teams to achieve and exceed the stated goals and objectives. Working from the foundation of biblically-based volunteer management principles (High Impact Volunteer Ministry), the Regional Director, International Volunteer Relations will invest in the development of 100+ volunteer teams serving at the national and regional levels in more than 90 SP/Operation Christmas Child (OCC) countries.

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Operation Christmas Child-International Regional Director, South Asia

The International Regional Director for South Asia for Samaritan's Purse will serve on the Operation Christmas Child International Team based in Boone, North Carolina. This person will lead a team of management staff and International Field Representatives in the area of relationship building, recruitment, selection, training, equipping, and leading of volunteer National and Regional Leadership Teams. He or she will be responsible for providing direct management and direction to one Regional Manager and several field based International Field Representatives, developing and working with leadership teams by training and consulting with them as they facilitate the distribution of shoebox gifts and discipleship programs, monitoring the importation and distribution of shoebox gifts, and collecting and reporting data and stories to allow effective program monitoring, evaluation and promotion.

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Director of Major Gifts Officers

East-West Ministries International was established in 1993 to train and mentor faithful and reliable national pastors who could then become a catalyst for indigenous evangelism and church growth. Now in 39 countries, East-West Ministries works primarily in limited access countries and among unreached and unengaged people groups around the world. The U.S.based Director of Major Gifts Officers will report directly to CEO Kurt Nelson and will be the strategic thought leader for the expanding resource needs of this global evangelism ministry. S/he will lead and guide a talented development staff to significantly expand resource partner relationships and enhance systems and processes that produce meaningful measurement of the development operation's success in achieving key goals and objectives.

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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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City Champions

Lemonade Day is looking for City Champions in cities across the country who are interested in teaching entrepreneurial skills to children and utilizing their existing community connections to expand the Lemonade Day program.

Lemonade Day City Champions represent the hands on aspect of the Lemonade Day organization in each location, and are responsible for their direct impact and effectiveness within a City Champion's communitt. These Champions are likely successful business or community leaders that have demonstrated the highest levels of integrity as well as a desire to mentor and pass on the lessons that they have spent their lives learning. The desire to see a new generation of successful entrepreneurs that knows what it means to strive, create, work and take personal responsibility is essential. City Champions will be well known within their areas and create impactful strategies which will allow Lemonade Day to grow and flourish.

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Board Members

The Board will support the work of Lemonade Day and provide mission-based leadership and strategic governance. While day-to-day operations are led by Lemonade Day’s Executive Director (ED), the Board-ED relationship is a partnership, and the appropriate involvement of the Board is both critical and expected.

The Board and the ED will work collaboratively in leading the transformation of Lemonade Day from its current stage to a more mature organization capable of delivering on its long term vision. A Board Member should be an accomplished senior executive eager to utilize his/her expertise and passion to reach the future generations of leaders and entrepreneurs through the Lemonade Day program. Lemonade Day’s Board Members will serve a two-year term, unlimited number of terms. Co-founders, Michael and Lisa Holthouse are permanent Board Members. The annual meeting is in January. The schedule for regular meetings is to be determined. Directors do not receive any salary or compensation for their service as directors; provided, however, that nothing contained in the bylaws is construed to preclude any director from serving the Corporation in any other capacity or receiving compensation or to preclude reimbursement of reasonable expenses incurred by a director in connection with service as a director.

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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: .

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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