Job Openings

Posted January 14

Summer Service Program National Coordinator

MCC U.S. is seeking a Summer Service Program National Coordinator. The Mennonite Central Committee Summer Service Program National Coordinator is responsible for the overall oversight and administration of the Summer Service Program – a short-term program in the United States that supports young people of color in their development of leadership skills through working with their local churches or communities.

The ideal candidate will demonstrate a commitment to working at anti-oppression and possess familiarity and previous engagement with Mennonite, Brethren in Christ or other Anabaptist churches. A Bachelor’s degree or related experience in youth ministry and/or social work is required along with experience working with culturally diverse groups and urban settings and experience working with urban and poverty issues. Bilingual English/Spanish fluency preferred. The National Coordinator builds and maintains relationships and works closely with Summer Service Coordinators in each of the U.S. regional offices.

To apply, please visit the MCC website.

Posted January 16

MCC is hiring a manager for the Material Resource Center in Ephrata to start on March 11. This individual will provide direction and supervision for the programming, staffing, physical plant upkeep and budgeting for the Material Resources Center (MRC). Programming includes processing of material resources, recycling, involvement of volunteers, providing educational opportunities and quilting. Click here for the full description and to apply. The deadline to apply is January 30.

Posted January 19

MCC is hiring an Administrative Assistant: Liason for International Program Areas. This position works as part of an administrative team and provides administrative support to Area Directors and Reps serving internationally in U.S. supervised programs. The position relies heavily on organization, computer and interpersonal skills. 

MCC is hiring an Administrative Assistant: Program Liason for Constituents. This position works as part of an administrative team and provides administrative support to Program staff and constituents of MCC U.S. managed programs (international and domestic). Serves as Liason between Program and the Human Resources department.

Posted January 29

Eastern Mennonite Missions seeks a Mission Team director to give leadership to the Mission Team — the sending, partnering, and resourcing arm of EMM. Requires 5+ years of organizational leadership experience, bachelor’s degree, and 5+ years of long-term, cross-cultural mission experience. Apply at emm.org/employment — begins as soon as possible.

New Person Ministries seeks a Chaplain for its Lancaster, PA location. This quarter-time position oversees Bible studies and completes weekly meetings with residents. See chaplain job description for more information.

Posted February 5

Friendship Community, a faith-based non-profit serving adults with intellectual disability and autism, has opportunities for FT and PT Direct Support Professionals in Lancaster and Lebanon Counties. Volunteer opportunities also available throughout the organization. Responsibilities include assisting with hygiene, cooking, cleaning, transportation using org. vehicles, and providing for the overall well-being of Individuals. Apply online at FriendshipCommunity.net. EOE. For more information, call 717-656-2466.

Join Friendship Community’s growing team—hiring Associate Director of Facility Services! This Team Member provides professional oversight and support to Maintenance Team responsible for the physical site integrity of numerous facilities. Experience required in preventative and general maintenance, project management, general knowledge of vehicles, disaster management, general security practices, and leadership. To learn more and apply, visit FriendshipCommunity.net. 717.656.2466. EOE.

Added February 11

Landis Communities Seeks Director of Advancement. Develops and oversees all aspects of Advancement for Landis Communities, including annual giving, events, planned gifts and major gifts. Promotes the organizational vision and mission among constituents to develop a strong support base. Leads Advancement team. Serves as major gifts officer.  Qualifications include 3-5 years of experience in related role, prior development/fundraising and supervisory experience, knowledge of deferred giving, ability to cultivate major gifts, and proficiency in computer and other technology needed for role.  Bachelor’s degree in related field preferred.  Should possess effective communication skills, ability to lead a team and collaborate with peers, and have an understanding of and appreciation for the Landis Communities’ faith, values, and goals. To learn more about available careers at Landis Communities, contact Human Resources 717-581-3936 or hrcontact@landiscommunities.org.