Job Opening — Development Assistant

The NC Council of Churches seeks a part-time Development Assistant to help grow our current outreach to donors including individuals, organizations, foundations, congregations, and other faith communities.

With nearly eight decades of progressive activism, the Councils remains the leading faith-based ecumenical voice for social justice in North Carolina. As an organization, we are particularly concerned about people who are vulnerable and may be marginalized. Our work includes programs dedicated to legislative advocacy, immigration, farmworkers, care of creation, voting rights, food, peace, and making churches and congregations healthier places for faith leaders and congregants. The person who fills this newly created position will play an integral part in advancing the Council’s work.

To apply, send résumé to info@ncchurches.org. Please include Development Assistant in the subject line. The position will remain open until filled. To guarantee consideration, please submit your application by the end of the day on April 11.

The North Carolina Council of Churches does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, ethnicity, age, or sexual orientation.

 

 

Aleta Payne, Deputy Executive Director

Along with coordinating the Council's fundraising, my work includes both external and internal communications, working with others on our staff to make sure their good work is visible and available. I have also been actively involved in our work on food as a social justice issue.

My family and I live in Cary where we are very involved with our church and the other activities and interests of our three sons. When there's spare time, I read, anything from entertainment magazines to histories, and enjoy dinner out with my "mom" friends.

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