OPEN POSITIONS

2020 Internship (2 Non-Paid positions)

Job Description

 

  1. Summary

Mission Statement

Building congregational networks of support to break barriers, create caring community and transform lives.

Values

Overcoming Barriers- Identify areas of social, racial and economic disparity.

Building Relationships- Developing collaborative relationships that bring people and resources together.

Fostering Transformation and Change- Creating opportunities for transforming lives through relationships, service and shared life experiences.

 

Tarrant Churches Together has a long history in our faith community. This position is essential for the growth of our organization. The candidate selected will gain meaningful nonprofit experience related to:  inter-personal professional communication, nonprofit funding, event management, and technology-related project management.

 

  1. Essential Duties and Responsibilities

There are four main focus area for this position:

  1. Social Media/ Website Project

    1. Implement a social media plan

    2. Update existing website to become more user-friendly

  2. Funding Prospect Research

    1. Navigation of funding database and research for potential grant funding

  3. Program/Event Support

    1. Logistical support for two+ agency events

  4. Non Profit Management Shadowing

    1. Attend community/organizational meetings to gain experience in community work

    2. Draft meeting agendas as assigned

 

  1. Qualifications

  • Creative self-starter with a passion for ministry, ecumenical and interfaith initiatives.

  • Currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program or experience in the 4 main focus areas.

  • Experience with website maintenance and social media platforms

  • Detail oriented with strong written and verbal communication skills

  • Ability to work independently and in collaboration with the team

  • Be flexible and willing to take on other tasks

  • Utilize your own laptop computer

  • Comfortable working in a shared space environment

  • Available 15-20 hours per week via work from home and office once a month.

 

  1. Application Process

Interested candidates should forward an interest letter and resume to rhonday@tarranttogether.org

2020 Internship (Two Non-Paid positions)

Office Assistant

Job Description

 

  1. Summary

Mission Statement

Builidng congregational networks of support to break barriers, create caring community and tranform lives.

Values

Overcoming Barriers- Identify areas of social, racial and economic disparity.

Building Relationships- Developing collaborative relationships that bring people and resources together.

Fostering Transformative Change- Creating opportunities for transforming lives through relationships, service and shared life experiences.

 

Tarrant Churches Together has a long history in our faith community. This position is essential for the growth of our organization. The candidate selected will gain meaningful nonprofit experience related to:  inter-persoanl professional communication, nonprofit funding, event management, and technology-related project management.

 

Office Assistant Job Summary

We are seeking a highly organized and responsible office assistant to join our growing organization. In this position, you will perform clerical tasks, answer phones, and sort mail. Other duties will include assisting office managers and executives with preparing documents, organizing files, managing existing documents, and generally keeping the office organized, tidy, and running smoothly.

Office Assistant Duties and Responsibilities

  • Answer phone inquiries, direct calls and provide basic company information

  • Perform clerical duties, take memos, maintain files, and organize documents; photocopy, fax, etc. as needed

  • Assist in planning company events, meetings, luncheons, and employee team building activities or special projects

  • Help prepare reports, presentations, and data

  • Manage and maintain files, records, and correspondence for meetings

  • Type documents, drafts, and reports

  • Arrange schedules for meeting space and conference rooms

  • Assist with travel and expense reports

  • Update staff calendars and organize schedules

  • Prepare information and research for executive needs

  • Oversee mail deliveries, packages, and couriers

  • Purchase, track, and invoice office supplies for each department

  • Set up, break down, organize, and maintain conference rooms, training rooms, and meeting rooms

  • Arrange itineraries and executive correspondence

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Office Assistant Requirements and Qualifications

 

  • Creative self-starter with a passion for ministry, ecumenical and interfaith initiatives.

  • High school diploma or equivalent; associate’s or bachelor’s degree preferred

  • Prior experience handling office responsibilities, experience in customer service, or related field

  • Proficient computer skills, including Microsoft Office Suite (Word, PowerPoint, and Excel); scheduling appointments/updating calendars

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

  • Highly organized multitasker who works well in a fast-paced environment

  • Willingness to learn and to grow with the company

  • Be flexible and willing to take on other tasks

  • Utilize your own laptop computer

  • Comfortable working in a shared space environment

  • Available 15-20 hours per week via work from home and office once a month. After COVID-19 two days a week Monday & Wednesday or Tuesday and Thursday.

  1. Application Process

Interested candidates should forward an interest letter and resume to rhonday@tarranttogether.org

2020 Volunteer Event Coordinator (Two Positions)

Job Description

 

  1. Summary

Mission Statement

Building congregational networks of support to break barriers, create caring community and transform lives.

Values

Overcoming Barriers- Identify areas of social, racial and economic disparity.

Building Relationships- Developing collaborative relationships that bring people and resources together.

Fostering Transformative Change- Creating opportunities for transforming lives through relationships, service and shared life experiences.

 

Tarrant Churches Together has a long history in our faith community. This position is essential for the growth of our organization. The candidate selected will gain meaningful nonprofit experience related to:  inter-personal professional communication, nonprofit funding, event management, and technology-related project management.

 

  1. Essential Duties and Responsibilities

There are two main focus area for this position:

  1. Program/Event Support

    1. Logistical support for two+ agency events

  2. Non Profit Management Event Planning

    1. Attend all committee meetings for 2 agency signature events

    2. Draft meeting agenda and event planning

 

  1. Qualifications

  • Creative self-starter with a passion for ministry, ecumenical and interfaith initiatives.

  • Currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program or background in events and fundraisers

  • Prior Experience with events and fundraisers

  • Detail oriented with strong written and verbal communication skills

  • Ability to work independently and in collaboration with the team

  • Be flexible and willing to take on other tasks

  • Utilize your own laptop computer

  • Comfortable working in a shared space environment

  • Available 15-20 hours per week via work from home and office once a month.

 

  1. Application Process

Interested candidates should forward an interest letter and resume to rhonday@tarranttogether.org

2020 Summer Internship (2 Non-Paid positions)

Job Description

 

  1. Summary

Mission Statement

Builidng congregational networks of support to break barriers, create caring community and tranform lives.

Values

Overcoming Barriers- Identify areas of social, racial and economic disparity.

Building Relationships- Developing collaborative relationships that bring people and resources together.

Fostering Transformative Change- Creating opportunities for transforming lives through relationships, service and shared life experiences.

 

Tarrant Churches Together has a long history in our faith community. This position is essential for the growth of our organization. The candidate selected will gain meaningful nonprofit experience related to:  inter-persoanl professional communication, nonprofit funding, event management, and technology-related project management.

 

  1. Essential Duties and Responsibilities

There are four main focus area for this position:

  1. Social Media/ Website Project

    1. Implement a social media plan

    2. Update existing website to become more user-friendly

  2. Funding Prospect Research

    1. Navigation of funding database and reseach for potential grant funding

  3. Program/Event Support

    1. Logistical support for two+ agency events

  4. Non Profit Management Shadowing

    1. Attend community/organizational meetings to gain expererience in community work

    2. Draft meeting agendas as assigned

 

  1. Qualifications

  • Creative self-starter with a passion for ministry, ecumenical and interfaith initiatives.

  • Currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program or experience in the 4 main focus areas.

  • Experience with website maintenance and social media platforms

  • Detail oriented with strong written and verbal communication skills

  • Ability to work independently and in collaboration with the team

  • Be flexible and willing to take on other tasks

  • Utilize your own laptop computer

  • Comfortable working in a shared space environment

  • Available 15-20 hours per week via work from home and office once a month.

 

  1. Application Process

Interested candidates should forward an interest letter and resume to rhonday@tarranttogether.org

Director of Communications and Development

The Director, Communications & Development works with the Executive Director to develop the communications plan remotely via the internet and phone (as opposed to developing it independently), along with any other volunteers that may assist in the efforts of communications, public affairs, and events. This position requires excellent writing and relational skills that will help to properly communicate the vision of Tarrant Churches Together and another supporting org

 

Job Description

  • Collaborate with Executive Director to develop communications & fundraising strategies that will broaden programmatic reach and deepen the mission & vision of Tarrant Churches Together

  • Write Foundation & Corporate Grants

  • Develop and refine TCT’s "core" messages to ensure organizational consistency

  • Identify significant media and public policy issues that can be leveraged to support TCT’s, and vision, mission, create and implement plans to exploit them.

  • Serve as executive editor for the organization's website, newsletter, annual report and branding the organization.

  • Oversee organizational response to inquiries about TCTs programs and external organizational efforts.

  • Assist in the management of Social Media pages to ensure that TCT’s mission is being branded.

  • Coordinate the appearance of all Organization print and electronic materials such as letterhead, use of logo, brochures, etc.

  • Work to implement programs to assist in times of Crisis Management and other external organizational efforts that need to be outlined and implemented.

  • Oversee all volunteers’ assignments with virtual assistance, social media ads, grant writing and website additions.

  • Leads projects as assigned, such as cause-related marketing and signature events

Qualifications & Skills

  • Demonstrated consistency, skills, knowledge and experience in the design and execution of communications, public relations, fundraising, and event activities

  • Experience working for a non- profit organization

  • Bachelor’s degree Preferred or 5 years event, communications or grant writing experience in lieu of degree.

  • Excellent Written and Verbal Communication skills

  • Excellent Computer Skills

  • Capacity to Work from Home and Communicate Via All Technology Apps, Zoom, Skype, Teleconference Phone and Email

  • Proficient in Word, Adobe, Excel, Publisher and Design Software

  • Proficient in Website Development

  • Experience in Fund Raising for Non-profit Organizations

  • Public Relation Skills

  • Motivated to assist the continued growth of TCT vision & mission.

  • Application Process

Interested candidates should forward an interest letter and resume to rhonday@tarranttogether.org

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