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Communications Manager
National Association of Evangelicals (NAE)
Washington, DC (remote work possibility)

The NAE Communications Manager is a part-time position. The Communications Manager works collaboratively with all NAE staff to fulfill our mission to honor God by connecting and representing evangelical Christians in the United States. The Communications Manager coordinates the communication and outreach efforts of the National Association of Evangelicals. The Communications Manager works with the Communications Director to creatively implement a communication strategy that inspires and equips our membership and the broader evangelical community.

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The NAE is based in Washington, D.C., but remote work opportunities may be considered. Interested individuals should email a resume, cover letter and references.

Posted July 7, 2020


Associate Editor
Charisma Media
Lake Mary, Florida

Charisma Media’s Content Development department is looking for an Associate Editor to produce and oversee editorial content for its award-winning print and online vehicles. The associate editor must possess a variety of skills suited for today’s digital media environment, while also having proven experience that can translate to taking a print magazine from concept to page. On any given day, the associate editor could go from recording a vlog, to rewriting a feature story, to connecting with readers via social networks, to trimming copy on a designed layout. An ideal candidate for this position would not only possess a keen eye for detail and a creative spirit, but would also have a thorough knowledge and familiarity with the charismatic/Pentecostal market.

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Posted July 8, 2020


Vice President for Communication
In Trust Center for Theological Schools
Wilmington, Delaware

At the heart of the In Trust Center for Theological Schools is collaboration among thousands of leaders who care deeply about the future of the church and society at large. Our mission is to strengthen theological school by connecting their leaders to essential resources for mission vitality. We serve over 230 seminaries, theological schools, colleges, and related organizations preparing men and women for Christian ministry as well as theological and biblical scholarship. The vice president creates, oversees, and executes the communication plan for the Center by delivering insights, resources, and strategies to stakeholders; stewarding brand management; curating multiple media platforms and cultivating external relationships. As a member of the leadership team, the vice president is deeply connected to and tracks the trends, opportunities, and challenges in the theological education regularly engaging leaders in the field.

A deep commitment to theological education and an appreciation for the breadth of Christianity in North American is necessary. While a graduate degree in journalism or communications is preferred, an earned degree with significant media experience is necessary. Candidates should have ten years of experience in publishing and editing; demonstrated success in storytelling, research, and audience engagement within a variety of communications media; and possess exceptional oral and written skills.

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Learn more about our mission, values, and vision and this position by visiting dingman.com/non-profit-searches. Or you can contact david@dingman.com.

Posted June 8, 2020