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Ministry Relations Officer- VA, TN, KY

Department: Development
Posting Number: HR 22-9-01
Preferred Location: Any location within covered territory

Position Summary

The Ministry Relations Officer (MRO) will be the main relationship builders with Pastors as well as Church and institutional leaders.  This position has the primary responsibility of providing opportunities that will help congregations increase revenue by enabling them to access services and expertise offered by the Presbyterian Foundation Group’s ministry.  The MRO will lead congregations to resources, help Pastors and Church leaders identify major gift prospects and manage those prospects by utilizing services and expertise offered by the Presbyterian Foundation Group.  Those services and expertise include individual engagement, workshops and programs in the areas of generosity, stewardship, endowments, planned giving, estate planning, and investments in order to establish a referral flow and develop and retain gifts through the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Foundation and its affiliates.  This position is the primary relationship-management role for congregations and organizations of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.).  It is responsible for the establishment and interaction through the Ministry Relations Program by these entities.  The position makes referrals for specific donor and investment management opportunities and maintains a relationship-management role thereto.



Scope & Breadth of Position

This position reports directly to the VP Ministry Relations.  This position will have limited clerical support.

Budget Responsibility

Operating Budget

Responsibilities

(Service a region)

  1. Assists with any necessary problem solving between the institution and the Foundation in a defined geographic region.
  2. Assists in strengthening each institution within that region through brokering ideas and information for their use.
  3. Extensive travel as required.
(Gifts)

  1. Cultivates new prospects and client relationships with Presbyterians to deliver major gifts for use in Presbyterian-related missions to perpetuate the services to the Foundation and personal stewardship.
(Alignment with other Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) agency representatives)

  1. Maintains a level of communication with the respective Presbyterian Foundation Group team leaders related to activities and accomplishments.
  2. Maintains a level of communication with respective and appropriate Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) leaders.
(Ministry Partnership Funds)

  1. Generate the creation of Ministry Partnership Funds.
  2. Maintains existing Ministry Partnership Fund relationships.
(Relationships w/Pastors and Church leaders)

  1. Develops networks through association with national and regional church leaders and local congregation gatherings, as well as congregational committees to identify potential donors and investors.
  2. Cultivates relationships with regional church leaders and individual and organizational prospects as well as other sources of referrals for services.
(Increase Revenue in Churches)

  1. Secure institutions to a client relationship for Ministry Partner Funds, investment service, or other asset-based relationship.
(Referrals to Foundation Experts)

  1. Identify, prioritize and create cultivation strategies to gain access to the leaders of institutions in order to bring the institution into a client relationship with the Foundation.
  2. Encourages congregations and councils to participate in the services of the Foundation and to follow-up with assistance in building endowments, gifts and investments in those bodies.
(Promote Stewardship)

  1. Leads workshops, consults with congregations, and works with committees of churches in order to help churches make positive changes in their stewardship culture.
  2. Acts as subject matter expert in all areas related to stewardship.
(Promote and support Foundation resources)

  1. Through consultations, presentations, seminars and other means, promotes and encourages the use of the Foundation’s services as a means of supporting the ministries of the Church.
  2. Raises awareness of and encourage churches to utilize the Foundation’s resources such as;
    1. Financial Health Assessment Tool
    2. Planned Giving Navigator and the Stewardship Navigator
    3. Resource Tool Box
    4. Online Giving services
    5. Printed materials
    6. Other resources as they are developed
  1. Continuously reviews and provides feedback on existing tools and resources in order to help keep them updated and relevant.
  2. Develops new tools and resources for use by the church.
Performance Metrics

1. Specific number of contacts with church leaders, institutional leaders, pastors and donors.

(50 per quarter)

2. Specific number of Ministry Partnership Funds established.

(10 in initial year of the establishment of Ministry Partnership Funds)

3. Specific number of leads generated to investment and giving specialists.

(10 per year)

Experience and Job Related Requirements

  1. A college degree in business, finance, accounting or the humanities (or equivalent degrees for clergy) is required.
  2. An active member of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) with knowledge of polity, organizational structure, and mission of the Church.  Ordination as a ruling or teaching elder is preferred.
  3. Preference for individuals who have five or more years of experience in one of the following areas: funds development, sales, education, marketing, financial services, clergy.
  4. Working knowledge of tools and services commonly offered in charitable planning context such as the ability to explain the structure and use of a charitable remainder trust, gift annuity, donor-advised fund, private foundation and supporting organization.  Must know of the benefits of and differences with each and know how it would apply to a donor’s specific situation.
  5. Working knowledge of various asset classes and their impact on a donor and the Foundation in a giving scenario.
  6. Knowledge of principles and methods for showing, promoting, and selling products or services.  This includes marketing strategy and tactics, product demonstration, sales techniques, and sales control systems.
  7. Knowledge of principles and processes for providing customer and personal services.  This includes customer needs, assessment, meeting quality standards for services, and evaluation of customer satisfaction.
  8. Ability to establish relationships of confidence, trust, and full credibility with donors and prospective donors, investors and prospective investors, as well as legal and tax advisors, together with pastors and other church leaders.
  9. Excellent listening skills giving full attention to the customer/channel partner with ability to ask appropriate and adequate questions to uncover real needs/concerns.
  10. Must be creative so as to meet the needs and desires of prospective donors and investor organizations.
  11. Must have extraordinary interpersonal and communication skills and be able to effectively establish and maintain relationships as well as balance diverse priorities.
  12. Proficient in communicating ideas and concepts via presentations before audiences of various knowledge levels.
  13. Proficiency with time management disciplines such that one can work remotely and keep in good communication with the team.  Ability to handle multiple cases at one time and bring each case to a successful close and implementation.
Physical Requirements

  • Ability to communicate orally with management, co-workers, constituents, and public both individually and in a group/team environment
  • Regular use of the telephone and e-mail for communication is essential
  • Sitting for extended periods is common
  • Hearing and vision within normal ranges are essential for typical conversations to receive ordinary information and to prepare or inspect documents
  • No heavy lifting is expected. Exertion of up to 10 lbs. of force occasionally may be required.
  • Good manual dexterity for the use of common office equipment such as computer terminals, calculator, telephone, and copiers.
Work Environment

  • Activities include extended periods of sitting and extensive work at a computer monitor and/or calculator.
  • Extensive travel is required.
Forward resume to Lisa Pesavento

lisa.pesavento@presbyterianfoundation.org

Attn: HR Posting #22-9-01

“The Presbyterian Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer”

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AVP Financial & Investment Planning Professional

Department: Trust
Posting Number: HR 22-3-04
Preferred Location: Northeast Region

Position Summary

This client-facing position has the primary responsibility of maintaining consistent and on-going contact with existing clients of New Covenant Trust Company, N.A. which are primarily Presbyterian constituencies and specified targets of the general public.

Scope & Breadth of Position

This position reports directly to the VP Business Development and Financial Advisor of New Covenant Trust Company.



Accountabilities

  1. Assist in the development and execution of strategic plans to 1) primarily support the client retention and communication efforts of NCTC through on-going client communications such as face to face visits, phone calls, conference calls, video conference calls, and electronic correspondence and 2) secondarily to support any appropriate business development opportunities arising from on-going efforts to support existing NCTC clients.
  2. In cooperation with Foundation leadership and Ministry Relationship Officers, seek opportunities for additional Foundation and NCTC solutions and services.
  3. Provide regular reports updating NCTC leadership on the status of client relationships, communications, and client contact efforts.
  4. Work closely with Trust Officers, Investment Officers, Ministry Relations Officers, and Operations personnel to ensure that accounts are managed under the terms and conditions specified by clients and in compliance with policy and regulations.
  5. Keep abreast of current developments and trends in the capital markets, trust, charitable giving, and investment product marketplace.
  6. Attend training and professional programs necessary to maintain abilities and any previously earned accreditations.
Major Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Prepare quarterly and annual plans related to client contacts and regularly report progress.
  2. Consult with existing clients to facilitate new NCTC and Foundation opportunities.
  3. Accountable for working with the NCTC Team in preparing information required to appropriately manage existing accounts and provide reports to existing Clients.
  4. Participate with Business Development Team and Trust Administration team members in appropriate introductions to new Clients of NCTC for future communications.
  5. Participates in scheduling meetings with current NCTC clients on an on-going and consistent basis.
  6. Works together with trust officers, investment officers, legal counsel, and the NCTC operations area in all facets of gift, trust and investment administration.
  7. Work closely with existing clients, Presbyterian constituency, and other interested prospects employing a servant style work ethic to fulfill the reasonable needs of the client and to support and enhance the overall relationship.
Experience and Job-Related Requirements

  • College degree required with a preference for degrees in economics and finance as well as experience in communications and client interactions. Advanced degrees and professional designations such as the CFP® or CIMA® are preferred.
  • At least 3-5 years of experience and thorough knowledge in the areas of financial planning as well as trust and investment management business development, communications, and Client service.
  • Position requires professional interpersonal skills inclusive of excellent oral and written communication.
Physical Requirements

  • Ability to verbally communicate with management, co-workers, and Clients both individually and in a group/team setting. Regular use of the telephone and e-mail for communication is essential.
  • Sitting for extended periods is common.
  • Hearing and vision within normal ranges is essential for normal conversations, to receive ordinary information and to prepare or inspect documents.
  • No heavy lifting is expected. Exertion of up to 10 lbs. of force occasionally may be required.
  • Good manual dexterity for the use of common office equipment such as computer terminals, calculator, telephone, and copiers.
  • The ability to travel up to 60% of the year is required. Regular transport of suitcase and laptop will be required.
  • Good reasoning ability is required to solve a wide range of business problems.
  • Able to apply statistical and mathematical calculations required.
  • Ability to understand and utilize financial reports and legal documents to conduct business required.
Work Environment

  • The job is performed from a remote / home office setting.
  • Activities include extended periods of sitting and extensive work at a computer monitor and/or telephone.
  • Frequent travel and video/conference call meetings
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Trust Officer

Department: Presbyterian Foundation

Position Summary

– Can you join in our passion for doing well and doing good throughout the world? Do you want to make an impact around the world right here in Jeffersonville – we are for you!

–  Are you passionate about the regulations and laws regarding trusts?  If you believe that you can oversee and administer outside trusts and investment management accounts in accordance with the terms – we are for you!

–  Do you want to be part of a culture where employees are seen and heard? If you want to be part of a global organization that respects and rewards their employees – we are for you!

Who Is Presbyterian Foundation? For more than 200 years, the Presbyterian Foundation has been gathering, stewarding, and disbursing funds. The Foundation plays a unique role in the Church by ensuring that it can “do well and do good” at the same time—by managing funds in a manner consistent with the Presbyterian faith, preserving the legacies of faithful Christians, and helping to sustain an enduring ministry.

Let us tell you a little bit about what we are looking for in a Trust Officer to join our team.

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Major Duties and Responsibilities

This position is an integral part of the organization.  A Trust Officer has the responsibility for the oversight of third-party trustees and investment management administration assigned to them.  The Trust Officer must have extensive knowledge regarding the laws and regulations of trusts.  Incumbent ensures third party trustees are fulfilling their duties and directs administration according to the conditions of the trust or investment management agreement.  Establishes and maintains trustee and client histories through the administration of the trust and investment management accounts.

Relationships:

The Trust Officer is the primary contact for the third-party trustees and Foundation investment management clients.  The Trust Officer reviews all the documentation pertaining to the account and consults as necessary with the Foundation legal and investment departments.  In the case of the Investment Management account, the Trust Officer ensures that the administrative documents are signed and are in order prior to funding the account as well as administering the account per the directives of the client.

The Trust Officer is responsible for outside trusts that benefit agencies and institutions of the PCUSA.  The Trust Officer communicates with the third-party trustee to verify that the trust is being administered properly.  The Trust Officer ensures all disbursements, statements, fees, and investments are accurate.  The Trust Officer is responsible for reporting outside trusts to the Foundation, the proper agency or institution of the PCUSA and third-party beneficiaries.

Responsibilities:

  • Reviewing and assessing new business opportunities for Foundation investment management services in participation with the VP Managing Director of Investments
  • Ongoing administration for Investment Management Accounts
  • Oversight of third-party trustees for trusts and wills that benefit agencies of the PCUSA. This includes reviewing trust and will documents, ensuring payments and statements are received timely, and that the trustee is fulfilling their fiduciary duties.
  • Makes decisions affecting the ongoing administration of trust and investment management accounts of assigned accounts in accordance with Foundation policies and procedures.
  • Fiduciary responsibility to ensure that the recipient and the remainder beneficiaries are treated fairly in accordance with federal and state trust laws.
   Requirements:

  • College degree or equivalent experience required with a preference for a juris doctorate degree or paralegal experience
  • Minimum of 5-10 years working in a trust company as a trust officer required
  • Certified Trust Financial Advisor (CTFA) certification is preferred, must be obtained within 5 years
  • Must have extensive knowledge of laws and regulations regarding trusts and investment management services
  • Competence in estate planning, trust tax return review, and charitable giving issues and taxation
  • Excellent people skills required
  • Ability to respond to emerging needs, work on many diverse projects, and coordinate with diverse groups
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Proven organizational skills in computers, research, administrative and financial experience, specific planned giving vehicles, and tax benefits of outright and deferred gifts
  • Strong commitment to details regarding legal, tax, charitable giving options
  • Dedication to researching and pursuing legal/business decision-making, including reviewing trusts for potential business or legal problems, and resolving those issues with the correct personnel
  • Must be able to work well with inside and outside clients utilizing oral and written communications skills
  • Possess the ability to plan well and to handle multiple tasks
If you are interested in joining our mission, please take the following steps:

  • Read the job description thoroughly.
  • Email your cover letter and resume.
  • We look forward to reviewing your resume!
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 Fiduciary Tax and Charitable Gift Specialist

Department: Trust

Position Summary

New Covenant Trust Company is looking for a Fiduciary Tax and Charitable Gift Specialist to join our dynamic team!

 Can you join in our passion for doing everything to revolve around helping our community flourish? Do you want to make an impact around the world from your hometown – we are for you!

–  Are you passionate about developing strategies and building relationships to support the organization’s initiatives of charitable gift planning and fiduciary tax services of New Covenant Trust Company, N.A?  If you believe that you can lead our organization’s fiduciary tax services and our charitable gift planning services we are for you!

–  Do you want to be part of a culture where employees are seen and heard? If you want to be part of a global organization that respects and rewards their employees – we are for you!

Who Is New Covenant Trust Company? New Covenant Trust Company is a full-service financial planning, investment management and trust services firm. Using a consultative and collaborative approach, we help our clients customize investment planning and asset management solutions based on their specific needs and goals. Thanks to a unique blend of our expertise and as a wholly owned subsidiary of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Foundation, we have everything it takes to meet all our client’s investment, planning and fundraising needs. In all our work, we remain focused on the Reformed values that have guided our stewardship and investment for more than 200 years.

Let us tell you a little bit about what we are looking for in a Fiduciary Tax and Charitable Gift Specialist to join our team.



Responsibilities

  • Responsible for NCTC’s delivery of fiduciary tax services that include trust, common fund, partnership, investment, and other tax returns. This might include outsourcing certain aspects of this work while retaining oversight and responsibility for these duties.
  • Research and stay current on charitable gift planning legislation and best practices. Educate prospects, clients, their advisors, and internal staff about charitable giving, financial planning and estate planning options and techniques.
  • Consult with prospective clients and their advisors to facilitate new relationships and gather assets.
  • Work closely with trust officers, investment officer, legal counsel, and the operations area in all facets of gift, trust, and tax administration.
  • Work closely with clients, Presbyterian constituencies, and other interested prospects employing a servant style work ethic to fulfill the reasonable needs of the client and support and enhance the relationship.
  • Serve in a technical and advisory role regarding inquiries of gifts, taxes and charitable products and services.
  • Communicate relevant information on fiduciary tax services and charitable gift services to NCTC and Foundation staff.
  • Work with prospects to build trusted relationships
  • Support the efforts of the Ministry Relationship Officers and institutional and church clients.
  • Maintain strong technical knowledge of IRS regulations related to charitable giving, financial and estate planning, including tax planning. The incumbent uses this knowledge to help educate prospects, clients, and internal staff.
  • Keep abreast of current developments and trends in the financial planning, trust, charitable giving, and investment marketplace. Provide at least quarterly training to internal staff on trends and/or upcoming regulations. Provide at least quarterly communications to NCTC clients on topics of interest.
Requirements

  • Expertise in gift, finance, tax and estate planning options and regulations.
  • College degree required, CPA, CFP® or LLM tax preferred.
  • Position requires professional interpersonal skills inclusive of excellent oral and written communication.
  • Good reasoning ability is required to solve a wide range of business problems.
  • Ability to apply statistical and mathematical calculations required.
  • Able to understand and utilize financial reports and legal documents to conduct business.
  • Ability to travel up to 25% of the month is required.
If you are interested in joining our mission, please take the following steps:

  •  Read the job description thoroughly.
  •  Email your cover letter and resume.
  •  We look forward to reviewing your resume!
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Paralegal

Summary

Presbyterian Foundation is looking for a Paralegal to join our dynamic team!

– Can you join in our passion for doing well and doing good throughout the world? Do you want to make an impact around the world right here in Jeffersonville – we are for you!

–  Are you passionate about the details and keeping records pristine?  If you believe that you can provide detailed administrative support and record-keeping duties for our Legal Department we are for you!

–  Do you want to be part of a culture where employees are seen and heard? If you want to be part of a global organization that respects and rewards their employees – we are for you!

Who Is Presbyterian Foundation? For more than 200 years, the Presbyterian Foundation has been gathering, stewarding, and disbursing funds. The Foundation plays a unique role in the Church by ensuring that it can “do well and do good” at the same time—by managing funds in a manner consistent with the Presbyterian faith, preserving the legacies of faithful Christians, and helping to sustain an enduring ministry.

Let us tell you a little bit about what we are looking for in a Paralegal to join our team.

Responsibilities

  • Assist General Counsel with board and committee meeting preparation and board and committee meeting activities as needed, including drafting resolutions, drafting and reviewing meeting minutes, drafting meeting agendas, and organizing and maintaining board and committee minutes, materials, databases, and shared drives.
  • Serve as note taker for Foundation Board and committee meetings, meetings with other agencies of the PC(USA), and other legal department meetings.
  • Assist General Counsel and Counsel in managing and organizing documents related to pre-litigation matters, litigation, and cy pres actions.
  • Assist General Counsel and Counsel in providing in-house legal services, including research and preparation of memoranda.
  • Assist General Counsel and Counsel in preparing for, researching, and organizing materials related to Foundation’s Special Gifts Committee.
  • Organization, data labeling, and maintenance of Legal Department records and documents.
  • Maintain Legal Department policies and draft legal notices.
  • Assist with preparation and review of legal templates and agreements.
  • Prepare and file Annual Reports for various states and act as liaison with the Annual Report Service and Service of Process vendor
  • Assist with budget preparation.
  • Assist with recovery of improper payments, legal and/or filing fees, and related expenses.
Requirements

  • Five years of applicable experience preferred.
  • Associates Degree in Business or Legal education preferred.
  • Excellent interpersonal and professional communication skills – both written and verbal required.
  • Ability to manage multiple tasks and meet tight deadlines with minimal supervision.
  • Excellent research and problem-solving abilities.
  • Attention to detail and ability to prioritize deliverables is necessary.
  • Strong customer-oriented service skills are a must.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft applications (Excel, Word, etc.)
If you are interested in joining our mission, please take the following steps:

  •  Read the job description thoroughly.
  •  Email your cover letter and resume.
  •  We look forward to reviewing your resume!
Shared faith, shared values, shared vision. – www.presbyterianfoundation.org

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Human Resources Coordinator

Department: Human Resources

Overview

The Presbyterian Foundation gathers, stewards, and distributes funds for mission. We work hard to strengthen congregations and related mission and ministry efforts by developing gifts and managing funds on their behalf. We work with them to build communities of generosity among their members and constituents. And we provide all Presbyterians an avenue to realize their philanthropic goals through a variety of giving and investment options. In all our work, we remain focused on the Reformed values that have guided our stewardship and investment for more than 200 years.



About the role

As a HR Coordinator, you’re responsible for implementing and administering the day-to-day Human Resource policies and procedures in a manner that assists the organization in meeting critical business needs relating to the effective management and utilization of employee talents and skills in alignment with the Foundation’s strategic plan. This position implements effective HR policies and procedures to ensure the fair and equitable treatment of employees and compliance with local, state, and federal laws/regulations governing human resource management. Assists the department head in assessing the work climate and recommending written policies, clearly defined practices, training, and other programs to assist employees in making value added contributions to the company and increasing the quality of employees’ work lives. Continually reviews HR objectives to ensure internal counseling techniques align with the Foundation’s direction and business strategy to effectively advise management in expectations of the workforce and the appropriate resolution of employee relation issues.

Responsibilities

  • Assist with development and execution of annual performance reviews, job descriptions review, and employee training and development to ensure compliance and equity within the organization.
  • Coordinate job postings and recruitment efforts including conducting initial interviews based on D, E, & I initiatives.
  • Coordinate employee development plans and performance management.
  • Administrative responsibilities include tracking employee data, developing reports, maintaining HRIS system, updating personnel policies and procedures, and providing administrative assistance to department head.
  • Negotiate offers by partnering with hiring managers, HR, and senior management.
  • Secure training for management in interviewing, hiring, terminations, promotions, performance management, effective supervision, safety, and anti-harassment policies.
  • Maintain frequent and open communication with local and field staff, outside vendors, and representatives of other Presbyterian entities.
  • In conjunction with Employee Representation Committee, coordinate annual community philanthropic projects, Employee Appreciation Day events, and holiday/special event celebrations.
  • Stay abreast of current trends in the areas of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion and coordinate training for staff.
  • Work with HR Director to assess and coordinate ongoing training for middle managers.
  • Identify volunteer opportunities and activities to increase the positive impact of our organizations in the communities in which we reside.
  • Serve as back up to initiate payroll changes and exception reporting to Controllers Department.
  • Coordinate special events or programs.
  • Identify, coordinate, and conduct employee training programs.
Requirements

  • BA or equivalent job-related experience, plus an additional five years’ experience in HR administration.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office computer software; knowledge of payroll and HR systems a plus.
  • Organization and detail-oriented skills a must; ability to manage and prioritize multiple tasks; excellent oral and written communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Public speaking skills; independent thinker; flexible; innovative; must maintain confidentiality at all levels.
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Community Engagement & Administrative Operations Coordinator

Department: Trust

Summary

Restorative Actions is looking for a Community Engagement & Administrative Operations Coordinator to join our team. Restorative Actions is partnering with the Presbyterian Foundation and New Covenant Trust Company in administering this position. The Restorative Actions initiative will provide guidance and expectations on job responsibilities and the Presbyterian Foundation will administer the employment contract, benefits, and IT support.

– Will you join in our passion for restoring balance and advocating for Reparations for Indigenous and Afro-American communities in America? Do you want to make an impact in the area of economic equality? – we are for you!

–  Do you want to be part of a culture where employees are seen and heard? If you want to be part of an organization that respects and values their employees – we are for you!

What is Restorative Actions? Restorative Actions is an economic equity initiative born from the intersection of theology, justice, and economics. It allows white U.S. Americans who benefit from institutional racism, to provide credible witness for justice by surrendering ill-gotten gains toward the establishment of just relationships with our Afro-American & Indigenous communities.

Let us tell you a little bit about what we are looking for in a Community Engagement & Administrative Operations Coordinator.



Responsibilities

  • Be the point of contact and provide administrative support for trustees from the Afro-American Trusts and the Indigenous Trusts
  • Engage and work with investment management company on administrative actions
  • Develop, implement, maintain internal and external communication plan
  • Develop, implement, and maintain reporting
  • Maintain organization websites
  • Prepare research as requested by trustees, investment management company, and those interested in surrender
  • Answer and direct all incoming communication
  • Take direction from multiple leads
  • Coordinate and oversee work of volunteers
Requirements

  • Advocate of financial reparations for Afro-American and Indigenous people
  • 3-5 years’ of demonstrated experience leading in an Afro-American or Indigenous setting
  • 3+ years’ proven experience in an office administrative role
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong organizational skills and ability to multitask
  • General computer skills; proficiency in Google Suite (Drive, Docs, Sheets, Slides); proficiency in WordPress (or similar software systems)
  • Aptitude and willingness to learn new applications
  • Self-motivated, problem solver
  • Ability to develop and maintain an environment of trust and inclusion across the team
If you are interested in joining our mission, please take the following steps:

  •  Read the job description thoroughly.
  •  Email your cover letter and resume.
  •  We look forward to reviewing your resume!
To learn more about Restorative Actions go to: https://restorativeactions.org/.

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Forward resume to Lisa Pesavento
lisa.pesavento@presbyterianfoundation.org
Attn: HR Posting #22-3-04

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