Program Director Position
for the Interfaith Earth Network
(a program of the Interfaith Conference of Greater Milwaukee)
This is a grant-funded, contract position, currently 10-15 hours per week. Compensation will be based on experience and negotiated contract.
Basic qualifications include strong writing, public speaking, and computer skills (Microsoft Office, social media and website competency), with experience in environmental justice, interfaith or faith-based work, and community organizing.
In addition, the following are important:
-Knowledge of environmental issues,
-Sensitivity and appreciation for diverse faith traditions and interfaith experience,
-Concern for detail.
The Program Director works in the Interfaith Conference office under supervision of the Executive Director of the Interfaith Conference (IFCGM) and direction of the Interfaith Earth Network (IEN) Steering Committee.
Primary responsibilities include:
-Represent IEN in the community, including outreach to faith communities,
-Implement requirements of current grant(s),
-Coordinate events including scheduling and promotion,
-Develop and maintain an extensive database of environmentally conscious leaders from faith communities and other organizations,
-Develop and maintain regular internal and external communications,
-Respond to IEN email inquiries,
-Create and update content for IEN website, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube channel
-Prepare regular activity reports to the IEN Steering Committee,
-Coordinate financial reports with IEN Treasurer and IFCGM Executive director
-Facilitate monthly IEN Steering Committee meeting, including drafting agenda, scheduling, and archiving minutes,
-Assist with grant-writing & fundraising
- Supervise and recruit volunteers and interns, and
-Perform additional duties as assigned.
If interested, please send a letter of interest, resume, and the names/ contact information of at least two references by 16 January 2018 to email@example.com AND firstname.lastname@example.org
The Interfaith Earth Network’s Mission is to inspire and support people of all faiths and faith communities to care for Earth based on their own sacred teachings. Through education, advocacy, actions, and networking, we serve as a catalyst for people of faith to live, work, and worship in environmentally sustainable ways. Please visit our website for more information about IEN.