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Regional Sales Manager – Mennonite Aid Plan
Mennonite Aid Plan (MAP) is seeking an experienced and dynamic Regional Sales Manager to be responsible for the growth of the company through sales and supervision of Employee Sales Agents. Mennonite Aid Plan, located in Reedley, California, is a faith based nonprofit Mutual Insurance Company. Mennonite Aid Plan and Mennonite Insurance Services (MAP/MIS) are two organizations under one umbrella, working to insure customers and provide them with financial services.
MAP originated in 1922 through a collaboration of Mennonite churches. In the mid-nineties, Mennonite Insurance Services was developed by MAP to extend the insurance offerings they could provide. The mission of both organizations is to financially support members of the Anabaptist and Mennonite faith communities within the region. MAP has full ownership of MIS, and the Regional Sales Manager will work alongside both organizations.
Reporting directly to the General Manager/GM, the Regional Sales Manager is responsible for direct sales and will be responsible for the development and supervision of a sales team made up of employed and independent sales agents. The Regional Sales Manager provides growth of the core policy holder base (Anabaptist homeowners) and rounds out those policies to meet the needs of MAP clients.
The ideal candidate will have prior experience in property/casualty sales, marketing and underwriting, have compelling vision and confidence in sales and marketing, have excellent communication and decision-making skills, and possess a foundation of understanding of the church.
- Leadership – Support and promote MAP’s Vision, Values, and Mission. Grow the core policyholder base. Guide and manage Employee Sales Agents.
- Sales – Improve MAP processes. Grow agent network and appoint independent agents. Institute training programs for agents. Manage sales aspects of Reedley-based agents. Develop agency agreements and other documentation.
- Referrals – Recruit and support representatives in each MAP affiliated church. Develop guidelines and promotional material for representatives. Develop a system of communication with the representatives.
- Marketing – Improve and monitor online presence (web, social media, etc.). Participate in events of the denominations, conferences, or churches to promote Mennonite Insurance.
Additional Skills and Characteristics:
- Must have a thorough understanding of workflow and operational processes for Sales and Marketing.
- Possess the self-confidence to thrive in an organization with a compelling vision and strong values.
- Strong communication skills, with the ability to express ideas effectively in individual and group settings.
- Ability to work effectively with teams and individually. Show initiative, taking prompt, self-directed action to accomplish objectives.
- Ability to work from home and establish an in-home office environment.
- A 4-year college degree or equivalent relative work experience.
- At least 5 years of property / casualty sales, marketing and underwriting experience.
- Able to be licensed as an insurance agent in all states where MAP operates.
- Previous insurance experience with a multi-state insurance organization utilizing an agency distribution model.
- An active driver’s license and ability to travel at least 65% to 80% of the time throughout assigned territory.
Interested persons are invited to send letters of interest and resumes to MHS Consulting who is conducting this search. All inquiries will be held in confidence.
Thank you in advance for your interest and consideration of this outstanding opportunity with Mennonite Aid Plan.
Vice President of Development, Adriel
Summary: The Vice President of Development is responsible for all fund-raising and friend-raising functions of all corporations of Adriel School in accordance with the policies and practices of the organization, the ethical and social consciences of business and society and all applicable laws, regulations and administrative rulings associated with a non-profit organization.
Supervisory Responsibilities : This job supervises agency Development staff
Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned. All employees of Adriel School, Inc. and its subsidiaries are required to know and adhere to the policies and procedures which pertain to his/her position.
1. Plan, develop, organize, implement, direct, and evaluate the organization’s fund-raising activities and campaigns. a. Research and cultivate potential donors and maintain and cultivate current donors. b. Update donor profiles and maintain accurate reporting of calls. c. Seek to identify and/or stimulate mission interest with each donor with the goal of increasing cash gifts and estate plans. d. Direct and carry out the personal solicitation of donors, friends, corporations, and foundations. e. Provide constituents with up-to-date program reports. f. Visit church groups and other identified groups, through area breakfast/lunch events, while traveling and encourage congregations to link with mission and giving. g. Promote special projects to major donors, working to match donor interest with available needs. h. Supervise and carry out the direct mail solicitation program.
2. Participate in the development of the organization’s plans and programs as a strategic partner, but particularly from the perspective of the impact of fundraising and public awareness. a. Give leadership to the Adriel Foundation Board and committee meetings. b. Meet with CEO on a regular basis. c. Work closely with the President/CEO to coordinate fundraising activities and schedule major donor calls with CEO. d. Follow departmental budget
3. Translate the strategic and tactical business plans into agency Development strategic and operational plans.
4. Evaluate and advise on the impact of long-range planning of new programs/strategies and regulatory action as those items impact the ability to attract and maintain donors for the organization.
5. Give leadership to the planned giving program, coordinating activities with Mennonite
Foundation as needed.
6. Prepare annually a personal action plan with quantitative performance goals.
7. Be available to work on special projects and work teams assigned by the CEO.
8. Keep informed of fundraising, economic and legal changes. a. Read current business periodicals, books and newspapers. b. Share information/learning with staff. c. Keep donors informed of relevant legal changes. d. Be knowledgeable in the gift vehicles with which contributors can use to make bequests.
9. Assist in the contribution acknowledgement process. a. Acknowledge contributions by letter and phone, visiting if possible those persons who make a gift of $500 or more. b. Keep abreast of individual, congregational and corporate giving patterns.
10. Manage the budget and other financial measures of the agency Development Department.
11. Give leadership and direction to all staff in the agency Development Department. Oversee these functions for continual improvement of the efficiency and effectiveness of the group as well as providing individuals with professional and personal growth opportunities where appropriate.
12. Assure proper recognition for all donors and donations.
13. Implement all activities of volunteers for the agency.
14. Research and secure available grant funding for new and existing programs
Education and/or Experience: Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in related field; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
1. Ability to relate well to people, listen perceptively, and encourage participation in the agency cause, and raise annual fund dollars.
2. Strong oral and written communication skills and the ability to maintain objectivity, fairness, and consistency.
3. Assertive, flexible, team-oriented, and able to maintain a high degree of confidentiality.
4. Willingness to be flexible in work schedule, giving extra time when needed.
5. Willing to travel and stay overnight as needed (up to 75% of time).
6. Have knowledge and operational knowledge of Google.
7. Have a valid driver’s license and insurable record.
8. Empathy for the goals and practices of a faith based agency serving families and children.
9. Have sensitivity to the cultural and socioeconomic characteristics of Adriel’s youth.
Physical Demands and Work Environment: The physical demands and work environment characteristics described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally required to stand; walk; sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools or controls; perform repetitive motion data entry; reach with hands and arms; climb stairs; balance; stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl; talk or hear; taste or smell. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 40 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by the job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is exposed to weather conditions prevalent at the time. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.
To apply, please go to: https://www.adriel.org/careers/
Office Administrator (full-time) – MennoMedia
MennoMedia seeks a full-time Office Administrator to work out of its Harrisonburg, Va., office. The office administrator’s role is spread between customer service, finance, and administrative support for the organization. Looking to find a self-starter and team-player who is highly organized and willing to manage multiple projects at once through to completion. Excellent verbal and written communication skills are required. Email Amy Gingerich a cover letter and resume to apply.
For the original job posting, visit MennoMedia.
Director of Development and Partner Engagement – MennoMedia
MennoMedia seeks a Director of Development and Partner Engagement to connect the story and mission of MennoMedia with people who want to make a difference. This individual is responsible for driving the organization’s overall fundraising strategy as part of the leadership team, achieving short- and long-term fundraising objectives, and engaging with donors, pastors, and partner organizations. Send resume, cover letter, references to Publisher Amy Gingerich.
For the original job posting, visit MennoMedia.
Resident Service Coordinator – Harmony Village Inc.
Harmony Village is a 50 unit elderly/disabled HUD independent living housing facility located in Columbiana, Ohio. Harmony Village is a faith-based non-profit focused on improving the quality of life of people of all faiths and backgrounds during some of their most vulnerable times of their lives. Harmony Village continues its 39 year legacy to provide seniors with not only affordable housing, but also helping procure services that help seniors live independent, connected lives. This is all done with a spirit of compassion and mercy.
The Service Coordinator is an integral part of the housing and property team. He/She is responsible for assessing residents’ needs specifically related to issues of aging in place and assumes responsibility for coordinating programs and services to help residents maintain a good quality of life. The Service Coordinator links the elderly or disabled residents in the facility to supportive services necessary for them to remain independent in their own home environment. He/She serves as liaison in the community and community agencies. The Service Coordinator also networks with area service providers to secure needed assistance, programs, and resources.
A Bachelor’s Degree (preferred) in a related field (Social Work, Gerontology, Psychology, etc.).
Or the equivalent years’ experience with case management, elderly, advocacy, etc..
Must obtain Professional Service Coordinator (PSC) designation from the American Association of Service Coordinators within the first 15 months of hire.
Experience working with HUD residential locations a plus.
Must possess and maintain a valid Ohio driver’s license.
Exceptional customer service delivery to maintain effective relationships with residents, community providers and other service coordinators.
Proficient with office software for creation of documents, sending and receiving email, record retention, and networking.
Standard work hours Monday-Friday with established hours between 7-5, 30 hours a week. This is a full-time 30 hour/per week position at our facility located in Columbiana.
Salary and Benefits:
Salary and benefits are based on degree and work experience. Pay base from $19 hr.
Equal Employment Opportunity Authority- Harmony Village Inc. does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, disability, religion, gender or sexual orientation.
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Executive Coordinator – Friendship Community
Looking for a meaningful, purpose-driven career? Friendship Community is a nonprofit cultivating the capabilities of Individuals with Intellectual Disability and Autism. Our faith-based disability services, including residential services, day programs, and life enrichment opportunities, help impact the World with Capabilities. Our Team Members provide exceptional care consistent with our values of Relationships, Integrity, Spirituality, and Excellence.
The Executive Coordinator to the Office of the CEO and Board of Directors provides high-level administrative support by conducting research, preparing statistical reports, handling information requests, and performing clerical functions such as preparing correspondence, receiving visitors, arranging conference calls, and scheduling meetings and appointments. May also train and supervise other clerical Team Members.
As a Full-Time Executive Coordinator, you will be eligible for the following benefits at 60 days:
- Cigna Medical Insurance – Bi-weekly medical premiums: $20 – individual, $30 – family. Deductibles: $200- Individual, $400- Family (in-network, Cigna participating providers). For both individual and family plans, after the deductible is met, the plan will pay 80% and you will pay 20% co-insurance for up to $2,000 of eligible expenses, then the plan will pay 100% of eligible expenses.
- MetLife Dental & Vision Insurance – $5.77 per pay
- Paid Time Off – Accrues per pay period, can be used after 90 days of full-time status
- Sick Time – Accrues per pay period, can be used after 90 days of full-time status. For each quarter sick time is not used, the Team Member accrues an additional 4 hours of PTO.
- Holiday Pay
- 7 paid holidays—New Year’s Day, Easter Sunday (or Good Friday for Team Members who do not normally work weekends), Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas
Benefits Offered to all Team Members
- Wellness program
- Everence Federal Credit Union
- Everence Small Loan
- Modern Eyes Membership
- Verizon Wireless 18% Discount
- Recreation center discounts
To apply, please submit a resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Part Time Chaplain – Mennonite Village
Mennonite Village is a not-for-profit Continuing Care Retirement Community in Oregon’s beautiful Mid-Willamette Valley. We are currently seeking a Part time Chaplain to serve our community, ensuring that we provide holistic care, in cooperation with the interdisciplinary team. They will oversee and ensure the provision of Spiritual Care to residents, their family and loved ones, and staff members. These services shall embody grace, love, and hope to all. The role oversees and ensures provision of worship, ritual, education, and training as necessary. The Chaplains will communicate and serve as a liaison between Mennonite Village, the Pacific Northwest Mennonite Conference, and the local clergy.
- Master’s Degree in divinity, theology, pastoral ministry or equivalent.
- Current, active Ordination credentials with the Mennonite Church (Preferred).
- Board Certification by the Association of Professional Chaplains (APC) or another established chaplaincy credentialing agency (Preferred).
- CPE (Clinical Pastoral Education), minimum 2 units (Preferred).
- 3 years of work progressively responsible experience providing pastoral/spiritual care, which includes holding a leadership position with operational administrative leaders in a health care setting. (Preferred).
- Evidence of current understanding of Mennonite theology and ethics.
For more details and to be considered for employment, please visit https://mennonitevillage.org/careers/
Director of Hospital Therapeutic Services – Brook Lane
The Director of Hospital Therapeutic Services provides clinical and administrative oversight and management related to the Partial Hospital Programs (PHPs), as well as services that support both PHP and Inpatient hospital services, After Care, and Therapy (LSWs, Behavioral, Art, OT, Music, and Activities). Responsibilities include the operational oversight of a Clinical Supervisor, clinical staff, non-clinical staff, as well as management of departmental productivity, cost effectiveness, and quality assurance/outcomes in assigned departments/programs/processes. The Director ensures effective daily communications with Clinical Supervisor and maintains daily engagement with all assigned programs, departments, and related employees to ensure effective daily operations. Will work in tandem with the Director of Outpatient Services and the Director of Support Services to establish a seamless continuum of care. Scope of supervision may cross over into outpatient services or other areas as deemed necessary by the Senior Leadership Team.
The Director of Hospital Therapeutic Services will serve as a member of the Leadership and serve on other clinical or administrative committees as requested.
- Assures social work counseling compliance with standards of outside accrediting agencies and regulatory groups such as JCAHO, DHMH, Medicare and Medicaid.
- Develops policy and procedure for all areas of supervision.
- Develops and implements new services within the departments and programs assigned. Assists with identifying and implementing cost, including initiatives in staffing, treatment programs and components, procedures, equipment and documentation to include designation of outcome indicators and established tracking mechanisms within the departments and programs assigned.
- Provides clinical and administrative supervision of licensed therapists as eligible based on supervision endorsement.
- Develops and maintains a customer service friendly environment focused on patient centered care.
- Develops and maintains community contacts.
- Monitors individual, group, and family therapy hours (including documentation) of Inpatient clinical staff to ensure achievement of patient care and financial objectives.
- Regularly attends clinical or administrative committees as designated by the CNO/Director of Inpatient Services.
- Collaborates with Clinical Supervisor to ensure safe and effective staffing for hospital and PHP programs.
- Plans and manages budgets for assigned departments .
- Functions as Administrator on Call (AOC) as part of the leadership team.
- Graduate of a state accredited school of social work, counseling, or psychology.
- Master’s degree in social work, counseling, or psychology required. MBA highly desired.
- Current Maryland license as a clinical social worker, clinical professional counselor, or
- Three to five years’ experience in a supervisory capacity in an inpatient health care setting.
- Three years’ experience as a licensed clinical social worker, professional counselor, or psychologist capacity in an inpatient facility.
- Qualified to clinically supervise staff with restricted licenses and certifications.
- Proficient clinician with excellent management skills.
- Five years in an inpatient psychiatric setting to include two years in a supervisory role.
- Familiarity with Joint Commission regulations and maintains responsibility for Joint Commission compliance with all areas of responsibility.
For more information about Brook Lane and to apply, go to https://www.brooklane.org/career-opportunities
Executive Director & Controller – Menno Haven
Menno Haven is the largest and well-respected retirement community in the area. As a non-profit, faith based organization, our legacy has stood the test of time and we have continued to truly be a HAVEN for retirees.
We at Menno Haven believe in encouraging and empowering our team members to be their best. We believe in caring for our residents with compassion and excellence. We believe in a work/life balance for our team members; supporting flexibility and choice.
Menno Haven is seeking an Executive Director & Controller to join our family! The Executive Director & Controller this position will be responsible for managing the assets and funds of Menno Haven, Inc. and to ensure sound business operations and fiscal compliance with State and Federal regulations.
- Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Accounting or similar required
- Certified Public Accountant (CPA) required
- Minimum five years finance experience assuming managerial responsibilities required
- Knowledge of GAAP and the ability to implement and manage the chart of accounts for financial reports and auditing purposes
- Knowledge of Not for Profit accounting preferred.
- Experience working in a Continuing Care Retirement Community setting preferred
- Ability to strategically plan, prioritize, organize, implement and delegate; high degree of accuracy and integrity
- Ability to communicate effectively with persons of all ages, including residents and their families
- Proficiency with Microsoft Office suite, with advanced knowledge of Excel preferred.
- Excellent Health, Dental and Vision plans
- Group Life Insurance – 100% company paid
- Generous PTO
- 403(b) Retirement Plan
- Referral Bonus Program
- Full-time, exempt
We look forward to you joining the Menno Haven family!
“We will be an innovative organization that nurtures the human spirit, is passionate about service, and demonstrates God’s love, one person at a time.”
Part-Time Volunteer – Global Anabaptist Health Network (GAHN)
Global Anabaptist Health Network (GAHN), a Mennonite World Conference affiliated health network, is seeking a part-time volunteer to coordinate its global program. GAHN’S mission is to be a global community of Anabaptist health organizations and professionals that strengthens the witness of the Anabaptist community of faith, providing mutual encouragement, sharing through peer learning, and creating organizational and professional partnerships. Recognizing the great potential for learning from sharing of similar experiences and priorities, whether institutional or individual, we will encourage institutions and individuals to identify and describe aspects of their professional lives that they wish to share with others. Send resume to email@example.com.