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Missiology Catalyst

Position Description

The Missiology Catalyst serves to promote missiological reflection and engagement within the Frontier Ventures (FV) and William Carey International University (WCIU) movements and beyond. Connect and engage the worldwide frontier mission community to cultivate and catalyze collaborative efforts for: learning; sharing of information, vision, and strategies; advancement of effective collaborative efforts; stimulation of new thinking and study of current effective and relevant ministries to catalyze Movements to Jesus. To engage and include a broad range of involvement including people from non-majority "voices" such as but not limited to women, younger individuals, people from the Global South. Effectively work with Frontier Ventures and William Carey University to involve target audiences in the discussion and sharing of the results of findings.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Proficiency on computers and MS Office suite
  • Participate in additional work training as deemed appropriate
  • Communicate consistently with leaders (and with project team members as needed), remotely and in person
  • Ability to prioritize tasks and manage deadlines
  • Ethical conduct
  • Ability to supervise other employees
  • Dependable, with the ability to be flexible, and a team builder
  • Open to wide-ranging spiritual heritages and expressions of spirituality
  • Open to challenging traditional and comfortable spiritual heritages and expressions

Minimum Physical Requirements

  • The duties of this job frequently require the worker to sit for extended periods of time.
  • The duties of this job occasionally require the worker to travel by car, plane, etc with or without accommodation.
  • Must have the ability to type written communication, speak and hear with clarity to facilitate good communication in virtual meetings.

Key Qualifications

  • PhD related to mission preferred.
  • Previous leadership and management experience preferred.
  • Received official acceptance as a member of the FMF religious order.
  • Must be able to raise funds through ministry partner development for the organization.
  • Available for ministry partner development and organizational event travel as needed.
  • Preference towards workers with previous ministry experience.

Key Responsibilities

  • Facilitate internal missiological discussion and learning via Monday Huddles and Friday Missiology sessions.
  • Catalyze more diversity in our missiological voice: younger people, women, global south, etc.
  • Utilize accepted fundamental FV missiological documents to effectively guide and integrate missiological efforts across FV/WCIU.
  • Help FV/WCIU find processes or ways to become a more intentional "missio-hermeneutical" community using various forms of communication such as but not limited to blogs, Teams calls, etc.
  • Work with all FV/WCIU ministries such as publications, Winter Launch Lab, Communications and others in order to coordinate and integrate our missiological voice internally and externally.
  • Create and develop avenues of missiological interaction and collaboration between FV’s various Catalysts and regional Hubs, in order to promote missiological clarity and unity.
  • Manage and facilitate relationships between Associates and their duties.
  • Manage work within budget and ensure department is working within budget.
  • Build healthy team culture
  • Manage team workflow, schedules, and performance
  • Hire and train new staff
  • Develop team and team members
  • Maintain required levels of ministry support through regular time in ministry partner development
  • Commitment to following the outlined Frontier Mission Fellowship Essentials
  • Adhere to the Policies and Procedures of the Organization
  • Provide support and resourcing to direct reports for their commitments to ministry partner development and the FMF Essentials
  • Completes compliance training as scheduled by Human Resources.
  • Attend weekly organization wide staff meeting and any team related meetings as determined necessary by supervisor.
  • Perform related and other duties as assigned.
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Missiology Catalyst

Position Description

The Missiology Catalyst serves to promote missiological reflection and engagement within the Frontier Ventures (FV) and William Carey International University (WCIU) movements and beyond. Connect and engage the worldwide frontier mission community to cultivate and catalyze collaborative efforts for: learning; sharing of information, vision, and strategies; advancement of effective collaborative efforts; stimulation of new thinking and study of current effective and relevant ministries to catalyze Movements to Jesus. To engage and include a broad range of involvement including people from non-majority "voices" such as but not limited to women, younger individuals, people from the Global South. Effectively work with Frontier Ventures and William Carey University to involve target audiences in the discussion and sharing of the results of findings.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Proficiency on computers and MS Office suite
  • Participate in additional work training as deemed appropriate
  • Communicate consistently with leaders (and with project team members as needed), remotely and in person
  • Ability to prioritize tasks and manage deadlines
  • Ethical conduct
  • Ability to supervise other employees
  • Dependable, with the ability to be flexible, and a team builder
  • Open to wide-ranging spiritual heritages and expressions of spirituality
  • Open to challenging traditional and comfortable spiritual heritages and expressions

Minimum Physical Requirements

  • The duties of this job frequently require the worker to sit for extended periods of time.
  • The duties of this job occasionally require the worker to travel by car, plane, etc with or without accommodation.
  • Must have the ability to type written communication, speak and hear with clarity to facilitate good communication in virtual meetings.

Key Qualifications

  • PhD related to mission preferred.
  • Previous leadership and management experience preferred.
  • Received official acceptance as a member of the FMF religious order.
  • Must be able to raise funds through ministry partner development for the organization.
  • Available for ministry partner development and organizational event travel as needed.
  • Preference towards workers with previous ministry experience.

Key Responsibilities

  • Facilitate internal missiological discussion and learning via Monday Huddles and Friday Missiology sessions.
  • Catalyze more diversity in our missiological voice: younger people, women, global south, etc.
  • Utilize accepted fundamental FV missiological documents to effectively guide and integrate missiological efforts across FV/WCIU.
  • Help FV/WCIU find processes or ways to become a more intentional "missio-hermeneutical" community using various forms of communication such as but not limited to blogs, Teams calls, etc.
  • Work with all FV/WCIU ministries such as publications, Winter Launch Lab, Communications and others in order to coordinate and integrate our missiological voice internally and externally.
  • Create and develop avenues of missiological interaction and collaboration between FV’s various Catalysts and regional Hubs, in order to promote missiological clarity and unity.
  • Manage and facilitate relationships between Associates and their duties.
  • Manage work within budget and ensure department is working within budget.
  • Build healthy team culture
  • Manage team workflow, schedules, and performance
  • Hire and train new staff
  • Develop team and team members
  • Maintain required levels of ministry support through regular time in ministry partner development
  • Commitment to following the outlined Frontier Mission Fellowship Essentials
  • Adhere to the Policies and Procedures of the Organization
  • Provide support and resourcing to direct reports for their commitments to ministry partner development and the FMF Essentials
  • Completes compliance training as scheduled by Human Resources.
  • Attend weekly organization wide staff meeting and any team related meetings as determined necessary by supervisor.
  • Perform related and other duties as assigned.
Your Resume (1.5MB file size limit)
Your Cover Letter (1.5MB file size limit)

Finance Associate – Level 2

Position Description

As support for the Perspectives Study Program National staff, the Finance Associate Level 2 position will be responsible for higher levels of Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable, monthly reconciliations, troubleshoot bill payment processes, W9 records, and annual 1099 reporting, assisting with annual donation summaries, and assisting with the annual audit.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  • Proficiency on computers and MS Office suite
  • Proficiency in Excel
  • Proficiency in Quickbooks
  • Communicate consistently with leaders (and with project team members as needed), remotely and in person
  • Ability to prioritize tasks and manage deadlines
  • Participate in additional work training as deemed appropriate

Minimum Physical Requirements

  • The duties of this job frequently require the worker to sit for extended periods of time.
  • Must be able to lift up to 25 pounds.
  • Must be able to carry small loads of supplies (no larger than 25 pounds) for setting up staff events.
  • Ability to travel domestically and internationally.

Key Qualifications

  • High School Diploma or equivalent
  • Completed Perspectives course at a certificate or credit level
  • Passionate and knowledgeable about Perspectives Vision, Mission and Values, Perspectives content, and the broader mobilization of World Christians
  • Minimum 2 years of experience in bookkeeping or accounting
  • Prefer working knowledge of online expense management programs
  • Good analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Must be a team player
  • Self-motivated, self-directed learner
  • Detail oriented

Key Responsibilities

  • Create monthly Accounts Receivable reports
  • Follow up on unclaimed checks, make and record stop payments
  • Reconcile monthly bank statement
  • Verify and transfer credit card transactions to Quickbooks
  • Reconcile monthly credit card statement
  • Reconcile or report any differences found on the financial records
  • Research and resolve accounting issues as requested
  • Basic journal entries as requested
  • Assist in Year End audit tasks
  • Prepare 1099 report for annual filing with IRS
  • Train and answer user questions
  • Ongoing communication with Regional and National staff
  • Notify and work with IT staff on website issues
  • Produce reports as requested by management
  • Perform related and other duties as assigned
  • Attend weekly organizational wide staff meeting and any team related meeting as determined by supervisor
  • Complete compliance training as scheduled by Human Resources
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Executive Assistant to Perspectives Global Team

Position Description

The Executive Assistant will provide executive-level support to the Director of Perspectives Global. The primary responsibilities of this role are to maintain the Director's schedule, coordinate with the PGSO team and PGN, provide logistical and travel support, work on Perspectives Global related projects and provide administrative support to PGSO Team as well as manage day to day PGSO administrative activities and duties. This position will report to the Director of Perspectives Global and will work remotely with a workday that can overlap with all time zones in the United States.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Strong motivation to move the organization's mission forward.
  • Strong alignment with the stated values of the organization.
  • An understanding of the complexities surrounding collaboration in a global matrix organization.
  • Positive, self-starting, and solutions-oriented approach.
  • Open to receiving instructions and corrective criticism.
  • Flexible and able to handle changes in ambiguous situations.
  • Able to effectively express personal boundaries
  • Effective and sensitive in communications with others
  • Ability and willingness to express strong opinions safely and constructively
  • Open to wide-ranging spiritual heritages and expressions of spirituality
  • Open to challenging traditional and comfortable spiritual heritages and expression
  • Strong verbal and written English communication skills.
  • Detail-oriented, organized with a proven ability to successfully multi-task.
  • Effective use of organizational resources and systems.
  • Proficient in MS Office and general working knowledge of virtual collaboration tools for video conferencing, project management, and asynchronous communication.
  • Experience with domestic and international business travel arrangements, coordinating meetings, and tracking credit cards and other expenses.
  • Outstanding interpersonal skills and preference for collaboration with proven success working with others; ability to work with high profile individuals externally, as well as collaborate internally.
  • Proven analytical and problem-solving abilities.
  • Demonstrated ability to serve, participate and contribute positively to a team

Key Qualifications

  • Two years or more of experience preferred in providing high-level administrative support to executives.
  • Experience and expertise with Word, Excel, Powerpoint, and other related office function programs desired.
  • Completed Perspectives at Certificate level.
  • Experience as Perspectives coordinator, area leader and/or instructor desired.
  • Cross-cultural living and work experience desired.
  • Experience managing complex event logistics.
  • The duties of this job frequently require the worker to sit for extended periods of time.
  • The duties of this job occasionally require the worker to travel by car, plane, etc. with or without accommodation.
  • Must be able to carry small loads of supplies.
  • Must have the ability to type written communication, speak and hear with clarity to facilitate effective communication in virtual meetings.

Key Responsibilities

  • Manage the calendar and email box for the Director.
  • Manage all travel scheduling and arrangements for the Director.
  • Bookkeeping
  • Provide special project leadership and support as needed.
  • Schedule and keep track of deadlines, meetings, and relevant dates and times relating to PGSO activities.
  • Schedule and manage events relating to PGSO such as conferences, meetings, summits and huddles.
  • Attend leadership summits and huddles as necessary.
  • Manage PGlobal email and communicate in a timely, courteous, respectful and effective manner.
  • Provide Administrative support for Communications and Donor Relations.
  • Completes compliance training as scheduled by Human Resources.
  • Attend weekly organization wide staff meeting and any team meeting as determined necessary by supervisor.
  • Perform related and other duties as assigned
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Director of Development

Position Description

The Director of Development is responsible for planning, directing, and implementing a comprehensive development, marketing, and external communications strategy for organizational fundraising and partner cultivation.

Key Qualifications

  • Passionate about FV's vision and mission and values and strategies.
  • Open to challenging traditional and comfortable spiritual heritages and expressions.
  • CRM experience, Virtuous preferred.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • College diploma preferred.
  • Previous leadership experience.
  • Prior experience in Development.
  • Prior experience in personal support raising preferred.
  • Ability to travel domestically and internationally.
  • Received official acceptance as a member of the FV religious order.
  • Must be able to raise funds through ministry partner development for the organization.
  • Preference towards workers with previous ministry experience.

Key Responsibilities

  • Committed to discerning, in tandem with other FV leadership, God’s guidance for the direction of executing of activities within the organization’s sphere of influence.
  • Works closely with FV’s Executive Leadership Team to plan, organize, and direct the strategic fundraising plan; including appropriate donor cultivation, especially major partners, major gifts, planned giving, events, capital and project campaigns, and grants-writing.
  • Develops and communicates a robust theology of generosity and fundraising.
  • Communicates the mission and vision of the organization in ways that provide theological and missiological justification for generosity.
  • Works with Member Services to provide resources for staff in their support raising efforts including employees who do not raise support personally but who contribute to FV’s fund development strategies in other ways.
  • Lead, train, and shepherd our staff to establish a culture of , and to participate in, partnership building and advancement of the organization.
  • Develops and maintains strong systems for fund development seasons, campaigns, donor-relationships, and donor acquisition.
  • Strategizes and coordinates plans for meeting prospective donors and supporters on a regular basis to establish strong relationships and ongoing communication, including determination of which donors the Director of Development meets with personally.
  • Grow a major gifts program including identification, cultivation, and solicitation of major donors with a priority on strong, mutual relationships as members of the body of Christ.
  • Create and build a planned giving program with a focus on deferred gifts such as bequest expectancies.
  • Oversee grant seeking, including research, proposal writing, and reporting requirements.
  • Direct the annual fund program, including mailings, annual campaigns and special fundraising events.
  • Conduct research, to identify prospective donors from a variety of constituencies.
  • Oversee fundraising database, tracking systems, and reporting.
  • Supervise the database manager to ensure the proper receiving, allocating, recording, and acknowledging of all gifts.
  • Build and maintain gift recognition programs that reflect the spiritual and stewardship values of the organization.
  • Appear and speak publicly on behalf of the organization.
  • Hire and train Development Staff, as needed.
  • Draft, with support, the annual budget for the Development office.
  • Consult in the management of FV’s brand relative to fundraising stakeholders and public interface (e.g., web site content, supporting materials, specific program sites).
  • Develop and manage the annual communications calendar for donation-related content including social media, email updates, direct mailings, etc.
  • Completes compliance training as scheduled by Human Resources.
  • Attend weekly organization wide staff meeting and any team related meetings as determined necessary by supervisor.
  • Perform related and other duties as assigned.
  • Commitment to following the outlined FV Essentials.
  • Provide support and resourcing to direct reports for their commitments to ministry partner development and the FV Essentials.
Your Resume (1.5MB file size limit)
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