DIRECTOR OF SPIRITUAL PROGRAMMING
The Director of Spiritual Programs is responsible for managing the spiritual programming for volunteers, staff and families at Appalachia Service Project. The Director of Spiritual Programs is involved in creating an environment conducive to spiritual and personal formation throughout all activities of ASP. The Director of Spiritual Programs reports to the Executive Vice President/Chief Ministries Officer and supervises Chaplains and Counselors during the Summer and Year-Round Programs. This position also heads the Fellows Management Team.
To apply for this position, please send a cover letter (addressed to Melisa Miller) and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday September 7th.
DIRECTOR FOR VOLUNTEER GROWTH
The Director for Volunteer Growth (DVG) makes connections with prospective and current volunteer groups and creates long-lasting relationships. The Director for Volunteer Growth will Recruit, Retain, and Grow Appalachia Service Project’s volunteer groups. The DVG will work closely with the Sr. Director of Volunteers and with the Ministries team, across the organization and as a part of the current Strategic Planning process to identify and cultivate potential new volunteer groups and new volunteer audiences.
DONOR DEVELOPMENT REPRESENTATIVE
The Donor Development Representative is a part of the Advancement Department and reports to and works in close collaboration with the Chief Advancement Officer (CAO). The Donor Development Representative will oversee and execute on both ongoing fundraising efforts, and special campaigns. The focus of this position will be to maintain and deepen relationships with new and existing individuals, and to articulate our mission, vision and strategy in support of our goals.