SACRAMENTO, CA–Community Relations Director: Regular full-time exempt position, salary DOE. We seek a qualified individual to assist in the dissemination of information and promote the understanding of The Salvation Army’s goals, policies, programs and services. Qualified candidates should possess a Bachelor’s degree (B. A.) from four-year college or university; or one to two years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. A knowledge of The Salvation Army Sacramento’s programs, services and events is helpful. Candidates must also possess organizational skills with ability to handle multiple tasks; the ability to work independently with a minimum of supervision; the ability to maintain a good rapport and communication with other staff members, corps personnel and the public; the ability to follow up with donors and seek new donors and partnerships; a valid California driver’s license; and be computer literate (MS Office and desktop publishing). To apply, please send a resume and cover letter with salary requirements to Dorothy Compton, Human Resources Manager, Sacramento Citadel Corps, 2550 Alhambra Blvd., Sacramento, CA 95817; Fax (916) 451-0526; E-mail: Dorothy_Compton@usw.salvationarmy.org
Final filing date: October 15, 1999.
PASADENA TABERNACLE, CA.–Coordinator of Children and High School Ministries. Creative Salvationist effective at conceptualizing and initiating high-impact ministries and activities for youth age 6-18. Responsibilities include directing/motivating volunteers, leading ministry programs/events, and creating multi-media promotional strategies to build awareness and interest in ministry programs. Experience in a full time ministry position is ideal, volunteer experience also considered. Requires successful experience working with children/teenagers and a BA/BS in Education, Child and Adolescent Studies or related field. Interested candidates should forward their resumes to: Sheri Wells, Identify, Inc.; 99 S. Lake Ave., Suite 201, Pasadena CA 91101. Fax: (626) 395-0440;email: >firstname.lastname@example.org<.
MARYLAND AND W. VA. DIV. HQ.–Divisional Music Director: Seeking individual with working knowledge of S.A. music, programs and the abilities to coordinate and organize both divisional and area bands as well as oversee summer music conservatory. A bachelor’s degree in Music Performance or Music Education is highly desirable. Must be able to travel, attend S.A. corps and promote banding programs. Immediate availability preferred. Qualified applicants should mail or fax resume to: Captain Art Penhale; The Salvation Army; 814 Light St.; Baltimore MD 21230. FAX: (410) 752-1095.
PHOENIX, AZ–Planned Giving Associate/Operations Manager, Southwest Division: Focus of work will be implementing gift promotion and marketing programs, conducting research and running day-to-day operations. Respon-sibilities include: development of a prospect and donor database; conducting marketing initiatives, targeted mailings, newsletters and seminar promotion; assisting Planned Giving Directors in analyzing results and exploring innovative new strategies; preparing gift and estate plan illustrations and proposals; must be able to work independently with little supervision; prioritize while managing several projects simultaneously, be flexible, task and detail oriented, have excellent written communication and organizational skills,and a cooperative spirit. Experience in fundraising or related field required, such as: direct mail/marketing, customer service, database management or project management. Send resume to: Planned Giving Department, P.O. Box 52177, Phoenix AZ 85072.
WESTERN THQ, RANCHO PALOS VERDES– Community Relations: Production Specialist/News Writer: Required qualifications: experience in graphics and editorial work. Minimum of two years experience in computer software technology and desk-top publishing. Strong verbal and writing skills. A strong interest in all phases of newsletter, brochure, news release and New Frontier production. An aptitude for computer applications and writing/proofreading skills. Self starter; highly motivated; detail oriented, conscientious, and able to meet deadlines. Ability to work accurately and reliably within the demands of a fast paced editorial production schedule. High standards of product quality and consistency. Knowledge of pre-press production work on the Macintosh and Linotype machines starting with desk-top publishing and ending with color separated film. Experience with page layout and graphic design software, including QuarkXPress and others. Experience with scanning and color correction software using Photoshop. Comprehensive knowledge of computer operations. Send application, résumé, and samples to: Search Committee Chair Dr. Robert Docter, Editor-New Frontier, 30840 Hawthorne Blvd., Rancho Palos Verdes, CA 90275. Deadline September 30, 1999.