Position SummaryThe Parish Resource Center of Long Island-West, Inc. (PRCLIW) located in Valley Stream, NY is hiring an Executive Director to support and grow the ministry of the PRCLIW as a Christian non-profit organization. The position is a part-time position with overall strategic and operational responsibility for PRC staff, programs, expansion and execution of its mission. Benefits include the opportunity to engage with a large and diverse Christian community as they live out the Gospel message, flexible working hours, paid staff, dedicated board of directors, established membership base, and private office location conveniently bordering Queens and Long Island.
We’re looking for someone active in ministry with a calling to empower and equip Christian organizations of all denominations through various consulting services and programs. The ideal candidate should have experience in a variety of different types of congregational ministry, be dedicated to personal and social networking, and be proficient in fundraising.
Responsibilities● Share, maintain and develop the vision of the PRCLIW ● Work with the Board of Directors to grow the organization ● Cultivate and enlist subscribers and strategic partners ● Oversee all aspects of staffing and delivery of services ● Manage all aspects of organizational operations
Qualifications● Good understanding of the needs and dynamics of congregations ● Minimum of 5 years work experience, preferably with a faith-based organization ● Strong leader proficient in office administration, strategic planning, event planning, marketing, social networking, fundraising, and staff management. ● Familiar with rules, regulations, and procedures governing non-profit organizations
Salary RangeSalary range for the position of Executive Director is $15,000 to $26,000 per year for this part-time position with salary to be renegotiated if the position becomes full-time.
How to ApplyPlease send your resume to Rev. Patrick O’Connor through e-mail at PatrickOconnor@firstchurchjamaica.org, along with a cover letter explaining why you want to be considered for this position.
Additional InformationThe Parish Resource Center of Long Island West-Inc. was founded in 1992 and provides consultation and support to congregations in New York City, Long Island and Westchester County with cost-effective, results-oriented leadership strategies and resources. Additional information about our organization can be found on our website at www.cpr4church.org
PARISH RESOURCE CENTERExecutive Director Job Description The Parish Resource Center strengthens communities of Christian faith by equipping, training and nurturing their laity and clergy. This unique, non-profit (501c3) organization serves Christian churches in the New York City and Long Island area by engaging with clergy and lay leaders to determine the types of support they need to be effective in their ministries. Types of support include coaching, training, research, resource materials and mentoring provided by the staff of the resource center. The Executive Director shall implement the vision and policies of the Center, and ensure the delivery of core services. The Executive Director reports to the Board of Directors. The Executive Director’s responsibilities are to: 1. Develop, share and maintain the vision of the Parish Resource Center through a commitment to prayer and discernment by actively seeking God’s will for the ministry. 2. Work with the Board of Directors by: ● Reporting the activities and business of the Center ● Engaging in strategic planning to recommend new services, delivery of service options, and discontinuation of obsolete services. ● Recommending policy changes ● Providing leadership to the board in its Fund Raising efforts including grant writing ● Preparing the budget in consultation with the finance committee for presentation to the Board for review and action ● Enlisting and nurturing Board Members 3. Cultivate and enlist subscribers 4. Recruit, employ, train, supervise, support and evaluate the staff consultants who: ● Assess the needs of the users ● Design strategies and programs for serving subscribers ● Update and maintain the collection of resource materials for users to examine and borrow 5. Review and evaluate the quality of services provided 6. Manage the day-to-day business affairs of the Center 7. Negotiate contracts for services of the Center not included in subscriptions 8. Develop relationships with allied institution