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.