Outh Carolina United Methodist Conference258 positions
Deep knowledge of, and commitment to, The United Methodist Church and how it functions at the local church, district, conference and general church levels.
Coordinate with the COO, CEO and VP of development regarding fund raising efforts which would benefit the Institute and its Centers.
For more information on the job, email Rev. Michael ritter at email@example.com.
o Work well with staff, members of the congregation and other people with whom she/he comes into contact during the performance of these job responsibilities.
Applicants should have a college or seminary degree and at least 4 years of full time youth ministry in a large church.
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