POSITION: Promoter for Mission
Job Status: Full Time, Exempt
Date: January 3, 2019
The role of the Promoter for Mission supports the Leadership in developing vision and strategies for advancing the Congregation’s mission and charism. The Promoter for Mission works in collaboration with other members of the Executive Team and the Leadership Team in implementing the Strategic Initiatives articulated by the General Chapter.
- Supervisory oversight of The Mariandale Center, digital media, development and new membership
- Overseeing the budget of Mission promotion and all reporting entities
- Seeking opportunities to collaborate with organizations or individuals outside the Congregation to advance its mission, charism and values
- Initiating and coordinating the process for strategic mission planning, decision making and implementation of initiatives within the parameters of demographic and financial realities
- Promoting formation of lay partners in the charism of the Dominican Sisters of Hope
- Advocating for the sources necessary to enhance and support the infrastructure required for promoting the Congregation’s Mission
The primary responsibility of the Congregational Promoter for Mission is to identify strategies and resources for implementing the Vision and Mission objectives and promoting the core values of the Congregation, as set forth by the Chapter and articulated by the Leadership.
The Promoter for Mission is a member of the Executive Team, and reports to the Leadership Team (Board of Directors).
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES REQUIRED, include:
- Master’s degree in Theology, Ministry, Communication, Public Relations or related field
- Understanding of and sensitivity to the life of Catholic women religious
- Able to create meaningful relationships, internal and external to the Organization, in support of the mission
- Able to create and work collaboratively in a team environment
- Able to create, modify, and implement structures based on a systems-thinking perspective
- Strong interpersonal skills
To learn more about this position, or to apply: send resume, cover letter and salary expectations to Careers@ophope.org by January 31, 2019