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THE FEDERATED CHURCH
THE FEDERATED CHURCH Chagrin Falls, Ohio
Benefits - Salary Plus Benefits
With Christ at our center and surrounded by God’s abundant love and grace, Federated Church thrives as a dynamic faith community for this generation and the next by engaging in extravagant invitation, welcome and inclusion, fostering faith formation, bringing forth transformational ministries and sharing our story. The Pastor of Transformational Ministry will have an exciting opportunity to be a part of a supportive and generative team in radiating the Spirit of God both within the congregation and beyond it. This person is enthusiastic, compassionate and engaging, with passion for congregational care, worship, spiritual formation, and community leadership. Chagrin Falls is a welcoming village encompassing a large area of varying communities and suburbs southeast of Cleveland, full of rolling hills, green spaces, excellent schools and diverse shopping areas.
Deadline to apply:
Open until filled
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Type of Position: Associate Pastor/Settled
Time Span of Position: Full-time
Pilgrim United Church of Christ Social Justice organizing, Christian Ed, online/digital ministry
Lancaster Theological Seminary or Moravian Theological Seminary CLASSIFICATION Administrative DEPARTMENT Moravian Theological Seminary EXEMPT/NON-EXEMPT Exempt SYSTEM JOB TITLE Admissions Counselor DESCRIPTION SUPERVISION RECEIVED: Sr. Director of Joint Seminary Enrollment & Financial Aid SUPERVISION EXERCISED: N/A
POSITION SUMMARY: Facilitate the admissions process (from inquiry to confirmed) either at Moravian Theological Seminary of Lancaster Theological Seminary by maintaining continuous contact with prospective students and managing their Customer Relationship Management (CRM) database records. Execute a comprehensive recruitment plan using available resources to meet targeted enrollment goals for all programs of study. Stay current on industry and campus news that could impact the prospective student. Represent and promote Moravian and Lancaster Seminaries in a variety of forums, creating relationships with college counselors, chaplains, denominational leaders, alumni, current students, faculty, staff, and others who can identify prospective students. One Admissions Counselor will work on each seminary campus (Bethlehem and Lancaster), each reporting to the Senior Director of Joint Seminary Enrollment and Financial Aid. Each Counselor will work primarily from one campus but need to travel periodically between the two campuses. Candidates should indicate campus location preference, if any, in their application materials.
OPEN UNTIL FILLED
Director of Admissions
New Brunswick Theological Seminary New Brunswick Theological Seminary is seeking a collaborative and experienced admissions professional to bring their proven record of accomplishment to the Director of Admissions position at NBTS. The Director of Admissions is responsible for the recruitment and enrollment of new students to NBTS. This position uses a market and data driven approach to create a comprehensive annual recruitment plan to recruit and enroll domestic and international graduate students that leads to the attainment of the seminary’s enrollment management goals. Reporting to the Vice President of Advancement and Recruitment, this position acts as the primary recruiter for NBTS: providing admissions information to prospective students, leading information sessions, collaborating in creating recruitment materials, and representing the Seminary at virtual and in-person conferences. The Director cultivates and manages existing community and church partnerships with the goal of expanding the reach of NBTS’s recruitment. The Director executes a strategy to target recruitment efforts, cultivate existing community partnerships, establish new partnerships to diversify recruitment pool, ensure a robust recruitment pipeline, and foster NBTS’s recognition in the community. The Director must demonstrate an ability to work independently as well as collaboratively with faculty, students, alumni, staff, and administrators. The Director must be mission-driven and committed to working at a seminary with diverse students. Familiarity with Christian ministry is required. Work schedule includes days, evenings, and some weekends particularly during peak recruiting periods. Position is currently remote due to pandemic but will shift to face-to-face/in-person when safe. Travel within the state, valid driver’s license, and access to a vehicle required. NBTS is committed to increasing diversity in its faculty, staff, and student populations, as well as curriculum and support programs, while promoting an inclusive
Associate Dean of Academic and Student Affairs
Phillips Theological Seminary The Associate Dean will provide visionary leadership for the Seminary as it prepares learners to be religious leaders; will bring innovative expertise for the enhancement of academic programming; will oversee assessment systems and support accreditation work; will engage and negotiate with the entire student community in all areas of student affairs; will serve as a strategic collaborative leader and general supervisor over administrative activities related to student success and services; motivate, inspire, facilitate, and initiate student success and retention; will provide leadership for creating and maintaining effective practices within Student Services; will coordinate services to students, faculty, staff and community members.
Director of Instructional Design
Phillips Theological Seminary The Director of Instructional Design serves as the primary resource for Learning Management System (LMS) end-users and the driver for developing excellence in online teaching and learning across the degree and non-degree programs. The director offers faculty regular training to enhance online pedagogies, serves as liaison with Information Technology (IT) staff, and reviews of the seminary’s online courses for increased effectiveness.
African American Preaching and Sacred Rhetoric Faculty Member
Phillips Theological Seminary Phillips Theological Seminary invites applications for a full-time, tenure or tenure-track position in African American Preaching and Sacred Rhetoric to begin July 1, 2022. We are especially interested in scholars in Black prophetic and liberation preaching, African American women’s homiletics, and/or Biblical hermeneutics. The ideal candidate will have experience preaching in and teaching preaching for various ministry contexts, including digital and hybrid spaces.
Academic Marketing Manager
Westminster John Knox Press This position serves as the marketing manager for WJK’s religious academic books and books for clergy. The academic marketing manager is responsible for overseeing the final packaging of new books (cover, title, marketing copy, etc) and the development and implementation of marketing plans for those products.
Responsibilities include: • Work with an internal team to determine the best cover, title, and specifications for upcoming academic books. • Write marketing copy and advertising copy. • Create and execute marketing plans. These plans should be designed to generate sales and maximize exposure to the target audience through the use of multiple strategies and tactics, including social media, advertising, direct media pitches, etc. • Work on catalogs, ads, and direct mail, with design and marketing team, as required for the audience and seasonal lists. • Communicate regularly with authors regarding marketing. • Collaborate with WJK editors on current and potential projects. • Develop lists of religious-study faculty and communicate directly with professors regarding textbook review and adoption for appropriate titles. • Serve as the publicist for new religious academic and clergy books, seeking speaking engagements and fielding media inquiries as appropriate. • Engage in regular research into the religious academic market to better help position WJK’s books for success. • Assist the marketing team in finding innovative and creative ways to discover new audiences for WJK and new ways to reach existing audiences. • Occasionally represent the press at trade shows and other events. • Other duties as assigned.
Minimum Qualifications • Bachelor’s degree required. Graduate theological study strongly preferred. • Must be extremely organized and detail-oriented. • Superior verbal and written communication skills. • Knowledge of the mainline Protestant tradition. • Self-starter with the ability to work with a minimum of day-to-day supervision.
Digital Marketing Coordinator (25 hrs/wk)
Westminster John Knox Press Assist our marketing team with digital marketing efforts for the books and curriculum promoted on our Westminster John Knox Press, PC(USA) Store, and Flyaway Books imprints. The Digital Marketing Coordinator is responsible for implementing the marketing team’s social media and email strategies, as well as designing images for web-based promotions and updating our websites.
Responsibilities include: • Implement the marketing team’s social media strategy across multiple channels (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest, primarily). • Construct email promotions in MailChimp and occasionally Dreamweaver, using copy and design direction from marketing team members. • Maintain email audience lists using internal and external reports. • Design ads, images, and other marketing materials for use in email promotions, social media, and other web-based marketing. • Update websites with images, products, and other marketing data. • Assist the marketing team in staying up to date on digital marketing trends and reaching new audiences.
• High School Diploma or equivalent. • Must have experience with Adobe Creative Suite, particularly Photoshop, InDesign, Adobe PDF Pro, and some experience with Dreamweaver. • Strong design skills that highlight products and work with current trends and sizing on web, email, and social media platforms. • Must have 1-3 years of experience using social media platforms for paid ads and unpaid posts, as well as an interest in staying on top of social media trends. • Ideal candidate will have experience using MailChimp or similar email marketing platform. • Experience with updating websites, preferably across multiple types of platforms. Note: while this position requires some knowledge of or comfortability using HTML, web coding is not required. • Must be extremely organized and detail oriented. • Strong writing and communication skills. • Able to work well with a team and handle critical feedback during editing process
Pilgrim United Church of Christ Responsible for social justice organizing, Christian Ed, and digital ministries.
JustLeadershipUSA JustLeadershipUSA seeks a Program Coordinator to coordinate JLUSA’s national training programs, Leading with Conviction (LwC) , Emerging Leaders (EL), and our new Leadership In Action (Experiential Learning Fellowship). The program coordinator will orchestrate all JLUSA programs and will have the opportunity to make significant contributions to the movement to decarcerate the US and build thriving communities