Added March 10
BOOKSAVERS of Maryland is are looking for a WAREHOUSE WORKER to join our team. We are dedicated to the worldwide mission work of Mennonite Central Committee. We raise funds by selling and recycling used books to provide relief, food, water, health, education, and peace, all in the name of Christ. The ideal candidate will work 6 hours a day, Monday through Friday, with a 6-month probation period. If the candidate is found to be a good fit, promotion to manager will follow.
Job responsibilities include sorting and organizing donations, picking up donations from schools, overseeing the recycling program, and keeping a safe and clean work environment. Must be able to use a computer, learn to identify books that are popular in the general public, drive a large moving truck (D.O.T. card and drivers license required), lift 60-75 lbs, drive a forklift or learn how to, follow detailed instructions, and abide by safety regulations. For a detailed JOB DESCRIPTION and APPLICATION, please stop by the store and ask the cashier or visit booksavers.org and click on JOBS. Booksavers is located at 13625 Pennsylvania Ave, Hagerstown MD.
Added March 3
Mennonite Healthcare Fellowship (MHF) is seeking a half-time Executive Director to start between May and September 2020 who is committed to Anabaptist values and the mission of MHF, has proven skills in administration, communication, and networking, and has an intergenerationally compelling vision for MHF. Interested persons are invited to send a resume and statement of intent, including the broad strokes of your vision and thoughts about a strategic plan, to firstname.lastname@example.org. More information at www.mennohealth.org.
Wanted: Financial advisor to United Mission to Nepal, an interdenominational organization that exists to serve the poor and marginalized in the name and spirit of Christ. Work alongside Nepali professionals to ensure that sound financial practices are implemented to properly manage funds. Age: 21+; term: 3 months–2 years. Learn more at www.MennoniteMission.net/Serve
Added February 28
HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL- Full-time position. The High School Principal will share the vision for LMS to have a lifelong impact by empowering students to change their world through Christ-like love, peacemaking and service. The successful principal will be an engaging leader and motivator who is passionate about connecting with teachers and students. Strong interpersonal and communication skills are essential. The principal is responsible to oversee and facilitate the daily operations of the high school including development, implementation, supervision and evaluation of a comprehensive program of educational and student services. Interested candidates should submit their cover letter, professional application and resume to email@example.com. Applications will be received until the position is filled. Please check our website for more information:
Added February 21
DIRECTOR OF ADVANCEMENT – Full-time position at Lancaster Mennonite School
The Director of Advancement will share the vision of LMS to have a lifelong impact by empowering students to change their world through Christ-like love, peacemaking and service. Working with the Superintendent, School Board and Administrative Team the successful candidate will strengthen current fundraising strategies and develop new ones, primarily amongst businesses and individual donors. The Director will identify funding opportunities, support individual and business donor engagement opportunities and solicitations and develop strategic approaches for fundraising growth. This is an excellent opportunity for a development professional with a passion for helping students of diverse abilities and interests be all they can be.
Interested candidates should submit their cover letter, professional application and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications will be received until the position is filled. Please check our website for more information: www.lancastermennonite.org/employment