The Johnson Service Corps Program Director position is a 20 hour/week on-site permanent role based out of our Chapel Hill office and responsible for providing programming and Corps Member support in both Chapel Hill and Durham along with other roles as needed.
An affiliate of the Episcopal Service Corps, JSC is a diverse, ecumenical community of young adults committed to social justice, spiritual growth, and community living in Chapel Hill and Durham. Young people of all faith backgrounds are welcome to participate in a year of servant leadership training and vocational discernment while serving with a local nonprofit agency.
Programs (Curriculum Development & Training Components) (80%)
Primary responsibilities for the Program Director include development and implementation of the year’s programming and overall Corps Member support in collaboration with the Executive Director and Program Associate:
- Planning and facilitation of curriculum, such as servant leadership training and other key components of Johnson Service Corps faith formation including scheduling and vetting outside faculty.
- Planning and facilitation of four annual retreats, core week, and other activities.
- Scheduling of 1-on-1 meetings and facilitating other support needs of the Corps Members.
- Manage program budget.
Human Resources (15%)
Primary responsibilities include assisting the Executive Director and Program Associate with administrative duties related to all aspects of:
- Recruitment of Corps Members and Mentors.
- Partner organization relations.
- Human resources related to Corps Members.
Marketing and Communications (5%)
Primary responsibilities include working with the Development and Communications Associate as needed, such as:
- Providing material for monthly newsletters, social media, and the JSC website.
- Helping with planning and execution of community events.
- Bachelor’s degree required.
- Experience in curriculum development and/or work with young people in a faith-based setting. (Service year experience a plus).
- Excellent written and oral communication skills in person as well as over the phone and video chat.
- Superb organizational skills and attention to detail while maintaining efficiency.
- Discrete and confidential in handling private information.
- Self-motivated; able to incorporate instructions quickly and work with minimal supervision.
- Positive attitude, collaborative spirit, and sense of humor are essential.
Please submit a cover letter and resume as an attachment in a single Word or PDF file to firstname.lastname@example.org with PROGRAM DIRECTOR in the subject line. Priority will be given to applications received by 5pm on May 21. Interviews will be conducted in May and June with an anticipated start date no later than July 9.
Job Type: Part-time with some weekend and evening hours
Salary Range: $18,000 — $20,500
Location: Chapel Hill