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Position Summary: The Vice President for Advancement is responsible to and acts in consort with the President of the College promoting the mission and vision of the College. The Vice President for Advancement is the manager of the department's resources, both human and financial, and is responsible for planning, implementing, monitoring, evaluating, and supervising the College's friend and fund raising programs. Demonstrating the ability to foster and maintain productive relationships with external stakeholders is a requirement. Using the approach of collaboration across the campus, this person performs duties and responsibilities assigned by the President consistent with strategies representing the mission, vision, values, and strategic plan of the College.
Supervisor: The President
Essential Functions: 1. Fully uphold the mission, statement of faith, and ethos of Trinity College of Florida. 2. Live as an example of a life submitted to the Lordship of Jesus Christ, sanctified by the Holy Spirit. 3. Lead the department in the attitude that fundraising is a ministry that promotes spiritual growth. 4. Work as a team leader, modeling 'servant leadership'. 5. Work, develop, and execute overall the strategic plan with alumni, communications, development and major events. Cultivation and solicitation are key components. 6. Provide leadership for a master fundraising plan for both current and deferred giving in estate/planning, endowed gifts, unendowed gifts, corporate giving, matching gift programs, foundations grants, and major/capital gifts. 7. Responsible for developing nurturing and relationship-building activities among alumni, faculty, staff, friends, donors, corporations, churches, community, and governmental organizations. 8. Efficiently manage the operation of advancement and any other function relating to this department assigned by the President.
Other Responsibilities: 1. Serve on the President's Cabinet. 2. Attend Board of Trustee Meetings, presenting the Advancement Department of the College. 3. Attend the meetings of President's Council, an advisory group for the College. 4. Represent the College at community functions assigned by the President.
Skills and Qualifications for this position: 1. A preferred Master's Degree with 7-10 years of experience in the area of fundraising and development experience. 2. A deep love for the Lord Jesus that is contagious. 3. A passion in fulfilling the Great Commission in the Power of the Great Commandment. 4. Administrative skills and personal integrity that inspire confidence with the constituency of the College. 5. Must maintain confidentiality at the highest level. 6. Possessing gifts that provide insight, heart, and vision for the understanding the philanthropic process and experience. 7. A commitment to Biblical Higher Education and its value to society.
NOTE: Interested individuals may contact the President of Trinity College of Florida, Dr. Mark T. O’Farrell at firstname.lastname@example.org or 727-569-1401. Please include your CV/Résumé. The candidate must be in agreement with the Doctrinal Statement, Mission, Vision, Values and Objectives of Trinity College of Florida.
Trinity College of Florida (www.trinitycollege.edu) is seeking a Professor to chair the Business Organizational Leadership department. Trinity’s mission is “to equip men and women for transformational vocations for the church and all humanity through effective programs of Biblical, Professional and General Education leading to skill development and a lifelong passion for Christian discipleship.” If you want to get involved in building relationships that transform students’ perspective on God, the world, and their role in it we invite you to contact us.
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Our Spiritual and Educational Culture
Trinity College of Florida was founded in 1932 by W.T. Watson, who had a vision for training men and women for ministry by equipping them with a thorough knowledge of the English Bible. Throughout our 85 year history that commitment to Bible teaching has been woven into every degree program Trinity offers. God has blessed Trinity with a diverse student body and a common desire to serve Christ in whatever ministerial or professional setting He provides.
The Business Organizational Leadership Department, along with our Counseling Psychology and Ministry Training Programs, serves both our Traditional and our Degree Completion Programs. Besides teaching courses in the Traditional Program, the candidate is expected to teach in The Degree Completion Program (Quest) which is held in the evenings on a five week, 4hr/class session basis.
Teaching at Trinity College requires a high level of competence, maturity, and experience inside and outside of the classroom. Department chairpersons are expected to hold the terminal degree in their field, which in most cases is the earned doctorate (Ph.D., Ed. D., or D. Min.) from a regionally accredited institution.
Responsibilities of Academic Department Chairpersons
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Oldsmar Christian School is looking for teachers who desire to make a difference.
Positions available for the 2017/2018 school year: high school English, high school math, high school science, 7th grade teacher (all subjects)
Director of Christian Education (20-25 hours per week) for Village Presbyterian Church in Tampa. Develop, coordinate, and direct the activities of the church's education program, with emphasis on youth development. Prior Christian leadership experience highly desired. Please send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Community Bible Church is a non-denominational church with a vibrant loving fellowship. It has a rich history of influence in teaching the word of God and connecting with other ministries and mission opportunities locally and globally. Our church is now seeing a spectrum of ages and diversity of cultural backgrounds. This leader should have a strong desire to develop the congregation in efforts and strategies to reach young adults and families. This church family anticipates further growth and renewal. Our location is poised for growth with new homes and development with the current expansion of Interstate 75 in west Hernando County.
Resumes and cover letters can be sent directly to the search board of elders: email@example.com
St. Alban’s Episcopal Church in Auburndale, Florida, is assertively riding the wave of the growth of their community around them. Situated at the half way point between Tampa and Orlando, Auburndale is experiencing a sharp increase in population, particularly young working families. The church is capitalizing on a three-year grant to increase membership and worship attendance. It is working, as the church has nearly doubled in one year. In addition, the church has increased its investment in the community, tripling the activity of their food pantry over two years. Auburndale is home to the US Water Ski Association, the Lake Myrtle Softball and Baseball complex, Florida Polytechnic University, two citrus plants and a Coke distribution center. The future looks great for Auburndale and St. Alban’s as they seek their next Director of Youth and Family Ministry. Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Memorial United Methodist Church in Lake Placid, Florida is accepting applications for their new Full-time Director of Student Ministries. Memorial is a growing congregation that is looking for a Student Ministries Director to disciple and deploy our 7th-12th grade students to fulfill the Great Commission. Ideal candidates should be team players, passionate about discipleship, and excited to form long term relationships with students and their parents. Candidates should possess a college degree, possess a living faith, and have familiarity with Wesleyan theology and traditions.
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This position is for New Hope Church in Palm Harbor, Florida. The Pastor/Director of Children’s Ministries should be a Christ-centered team player who has a passion and vision for leading and directing ministry to the children of New Hope Church. This person must possess strong interpersonal, organizational, and motivational skills. They must be equipped with a working knowledge and experience in Children’s Ministries, event planning, program management, and communication. They must also be experienced in transforming big ideas into realistic ministry.
It is a part time salaried position requiring approximately 15 hours a week primarily on weekends. If you have any questions please contact Pastor Nick Panico: Nick@nhph.net
Safety Harbor Community Church is seeking a student ministry intern to build Christ centered relationships with students, encourage them in their walk with God, and be engaged in the life of the church.
Safety Harbor Community Church is a growing church in the heart of downtown Safety Harbor. Our pastor spent the past 13 years in student ministry before becoming our pastor this summer. He is passionate about student ministry, and developing leaders to reach students for Jesus.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
First Baptist Church of St. George Island Christian Retreat Center is seeking a Retreat Director for the St. George Island Christian Retreat Center. The retreat center is a 64 bed facility located on beautiful St. George Island, FL. It is used by churches and other Christian organizations for retreats, summer camps, and other events. It also has a commercial kitchen and fellowship hall which can be used by the groups. Other amenities include bayside beach, sand volleyball court, campfire area, fishing, kayaks, and open spaces and is within walking distance of public beaches on the Gulf of Mexico.
The compensation package includes a salary of $20,800 per year, a three bedroom/two bathroom house on the retreat center grounds including water and power, mobile phone, use of church van, up to $1000 per month reimbursement for health insurance, and 2 weeks of paid vacation.
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