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JOBS

Mobilization Strategist

The Mobilization Strategist is responsible for recruiting and training US participants to go on North American and International mission projects.

  • Make contacts and connections with local churches for project participation and to offer evangelism training tools
  • Enlist participants for all IC projects by seeking out opportunities in assigned geographical area
  • Communicate regularly with committed participants
  • Work with Area Strategist to coordinate team for project
  • Coordinate all team details for assigned project by working with Mobilization Coordinator in Home Office
  • Lead training calls with team participants before project begins
  • Travel with and lead the team of participants on the project

Please note salary expectations: This position offers you the privilege and responsibility of raising financial support. We trust God to provide and we will assist you in the support raising process! If this is a concern for you, our team will be happy to discuss this process with you further.

Vice President of Development

Partner with the President of International Commission (IC) to establish development priorities and a revenue generating strategy for IC. Implement strategy and manage the budget that supports it. Work with President to plan and execute short and long-term fundraising and business development strategies, projections, and performance targets to meet goals for annual operating income, special initiatives, and reserve funds, renewing and increasing levels of support and diversifying sources and types of revenue. Actively engage and support the President in the resource development process, contributing to the development of a compelling case for support and strategies for effective solicitations.

  • Design development strategy for IC: Work with the Leadership team to identify funds needed, preferred funding targets, and approache
  • Fundraising: Conduct research, prospecting, and application to multiple donor sources. Manage fundraising campaigns, engaging, and overseeing ongoing development efforts
  • Build a robust donor base: Develop and maintain key long-term relationships with existing and former donors and prospective new donors
  • Communicate and train: Train and mentor development staff and communicate fundraising goals and progress throughout IC
  • Form and manage development team: Work with the President and Leadership team to form and lead the IC development team
  • Maintain Strategy and Portfolios: In coordination with the President, develop and maintain both the strategy and the portfolios for donor development. Review four times a year.
  • Donor Visits: Work with the President to establish and attend Donor visits, schedules, purpose, etc.


AST Administrative Assistant

The Area Strategy Team Administrative Assistant is responsible for providing administrative support to the AST Department.

  • Speak, read and write Spanish and English fluently
  • Be proficient in using Microsoft Office software for entering Project Requests, Project Processes, and Project Reports.
  • Assist in the handling of information from abroad regarding participating churches, logistics, and other subjects related to the preparation for IC projects
  • Serve as the liaison between the IC office in Lewisville and the AST area VP for Latin America, who speaks Spanish
  • Send out correspondence as needed
  • Translate testimonies for project participants going to Spanish speaking countries
  • Translate documents and emails from Spanish to English as needed.
  • Schedule Conference calls as requested
  • Assist in the development of new materials 

Please note salary expectations: This position offers you the privilege and responsibility of raising financial support. We trust God to provide and we will assist you in the support raising process! If this is a concern for you, our team will be happy to discuss this process with you further.

Digital Archivist

Marketing Coordinator

The Marketing Coordinator is responsible for strategizing, planning, and maintaining multimedia campaigns to increase ministry reach and constituent participation. 

  • Collaborate with Development and Media teams to curate and create content, develop and schedule targeted campaigns, and interpret analytics
  • Implement strategies to boost audience interaction and followership on social media
  • Find new and creative marketing options to promote ministry opportunities to churches and individuals
  • Oversee and maintain email campaigns and marketing calendar

Please note salary expectations: This position offers you the privilege and responsibility of raising financial support. We trust God to provide and we will assist you in the support raising process! If this is a concern for you, our team will be happy to discuss this process with you further.


Digital Archivist

Digital Archivist

The Digital Archivist is responsible for selecting, digitizing, and cataloging media from International Commission's 50-year history of global missions projects. This intern or volunteer will:

  • Review collections of legacy documents, literature, slides, photos, and film (8mm, MiniDV, Hi-8, VHS) to select assets of significance and interest
  • Digitize and organize selected media
  • Catalog digital media in a database with clear descriptions and tags

International Commission owns equipment for digital conversion. This is a short-term intern or volunteer position at IC's headquarters, with opportunities to continue in ministry in subsequent volunteer or staff roles.

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Ministry Intern

Adults seeking hands-on, cross-cultural experience in a ministry organization setting serving locally and internationally.


LEARNING/WORKING ENVIRONMENT AND OPPORTUNITIES:

  • Work in a Christian office environment with staff committed to global evangelism.
  • Work in partnership with the various departments: Mobilization, Development, Area Strategy, Operations, Administration using skills in areas such as media, events, marketing, communications and data entry.
  • Develop an understanding of planning, funding, recruiting and implementing global mission projects in partnership with US and international churches.

  • Participate in an international project at end of internship.

  • Learn, develop and implement personal ministry partner strategies.

  • Help to discern God’s call to global ministry.

REQUIREMENTS:

  1. Must be 18 years or older
  2. A pastoral endorsement from the applicant’s home church
  3. 3 References
  4. Must agree and sign Covenant Agreement and Doctrinal Statement
  5. Background check required—will be conducted by third party provider
  6. Must comply with all procedures, attendance policies, reporting, documentation, etc. as required by the institution
  7. Ability to work min 24 hours up to 40 hours weekly at IC headquarters in Lewisville, TX
  8. Ability to speak Spanish is desired but not required

DURATION: 

3-6 Months or as decided at time of hire

COMPENSATION:

Responsibility and privilege of raising support of minimum of $6,000 before start date which will provide a $3000 stipend and cover the cost of one international trip (to be taken at the end of the internship) 

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Student Intern

University or seminary undergraduate or graduate students seeking hands-on, cross-cultural experience in a ministry organization setting serving locally and internationally.


PURPOSE:

  • Provide “hands-on” experiential learning for the university or seminary student who feels he/she may be called to work in global missions.
  • Provide credit in a qualifying undergraduate or graduate course which is required for an appropriate degree plan.
  • Provide credit in a qualifying undergraduate or graduate course which fulfills the requirements for an elective course in an approved degree plan.

LEARNING/WORKING ENVIRONMENT AND OPPORTUNITIES:

  • Work in a Christian office environment with staff committed to global evangelism.
  • Work in partnership with the various departments: Mobilization, Development, Area Strategy, Operations, Administration using skills in areas such as media, events, marketing, communications and data entry.
  • Develop an understanding of planning, funding, recruiting and implementing global mission projects in partnership with US and international churches.

  • Participate in an international project at end of internship.

  • Learn, develop and implement personal ministry partner strategies.

  • Help to discern God’s call to global ministry.

REQUIREMENTS:

  1. Student is enrolled in a university or seminary during the semester of the internship.
  2. Available only to students 18 years of age and older.
  3. Undergraduate or graduate.
  4. Letter of recommendation from cooperating professor at partner institution and a pastoral endorsement from the student’s home or current (student) church.
  5. Must agree and sign Covenant Agreement and Doctrinal Statement.
  6. Background check required—will be conducted by third party provider.
  7. Must comply with all procedures, attendance policies, reporting, documentation, etc. as required by the institution.
  8. Ability to work 24 hours weekly at IC headquarters in Lewisville, TX.
  9. Ability to speak Spanish is desired but not required.

DURATION: 

  • Summer: June 1 – July 31
  • Fall: September 1 – November 30
  • Spring: January 15 - April 15

COMPENSATION:

  • Class credit per arrangement with institution
  • Responsibility and privilege of raising support of $6,000 before start date which will provide a $3000 stipend and cover the cost of one international trip (to be taken at the end of the internship)

ACCOMMODATIONS (if needed):

  • Arranged through IC office
  • Housing with IC partners and staff in the DFW area, or student may choose another personal housing option

APPLICATIONS

Application due dates for each semester are:

Summer – March 30     |     Fall – June 30     |     Spring – Nov 30