World Renew Seeking Co-Director (U.S.)

Seeking nominees and applicants for Co-Director (U.S.) for World Renew

Responsible to provide overall direction and administration of World Renew (U.S.) in concert with the Co-Director (Canada) to carry out the mission of World Renew:

Compelled by God’s deep passion for justice & mercy, we join communities around the world to renew hope, reconcile lives, and restore creation.

All nominees and applicants should possess a faithful, vibrant, personal faith, grounded in Scripture and shaped by the Reformed confessions and related Christian Reformed Church in N.A. faith declarations and testimonies.

He or she will demonstrate spiritual humility and moral integrity, welcoming challenges with professional maturity and leading others with a servant’s heart. Reporting to the World Renew U.S. Board of Directors and Director of Ministries and Administration of the CRCNA, he or she will lead the specific work of World Renew and work collaboratively among CRCNA agency directors, cultivating understanding and commitment to the shared mission of the CRCNA throughout the world.

For more information visit www.crcna.org/WorldRenewSearch

Direct inquiries to Ms. Michelle DeBie, Director of Human Resources
worldrenewsearch@crcna.org

Application deadline February 6, 2015

Position to remain open until filled.

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