Information Technology: Responsible for helping CWSC understand and employ the latest technology for productivity and multi-tasking solutions in communications, data processing, networking and information management, website architecture and administration.
Social Media: Responsible for helping manage CWSC online presence via current and emerging social media platforms, i.e. facebook, twitter, instagram, google+, etc.
Legal Affairs: Preferably an attorney or paralegal who can research and address nonprofit governance issues.
Media Relations/Public Affairs: Excellent communicators in print, video and other forms of message dissemination; anticipate public contact, editing & submitting articles for publication off and online. Serve as media liaisons.
Professional Fundraising: Grant writing, professional fundraising and philanthropy professionals who can help integrate professional fundraising strategies including matching corporate and federal combined campaign matching program.
Recruitment & Volunteer Programs: Should be experienced in developing strategic approaches to increase CWSC national talent pool. Helps develop leadership, management, operations and administrative support guidelines to welcome and assist new volunteers with orientation and assignment to an intelligentsia area.
Project Management: Project analysts with experience in long and short-term projects development and oversight…visionaries.
Events & Venue Planning: Professional event planners with experience in all aspects of national events planning, including local host team interfacing, event promotion, group benefits, site selection, negotiation and contracting.
Administration: Persons with experience in administration and record keeping familiar with nonprofit board operations and corporate document preparation and management.
Speakers Bureau:. Administrative and operations team responsible for interfacing with speakers and requesting organizations, media, and other institutions. Develops procedures for quality assurance and feedback systems to continually improve bureau operations. Conducts periodic public speaker development sessions to enhance skills, share best practices and lessons learned. Formats and improves the speaker request form. Promotes the speakers bureau as it principal spokesperson.
International Relations. Manage CWSC’s international outreach through building international relationships and instituting educational, diplomatic and cultural exchange initiatives and trade delegations and cultivating CWSC’s participation as an NGO with the United Nations.
Recognition & Awards Program: Responsible for designing individual and organizational awards to recognize contributions and achievers helping to fulfill the CWSC mission and model community excellence.
Scholarships: Administrators for all CWSC Scholarships. Assists with review and selection of qualified applicants, promotes CWSC scholarship programs, interfaces with schools, applicants, and scholarship committee.
Internships: Assists with recruiting, welcoming, assigning, evaluating CWSC interns and working to improve the internship experience.
Corporate Sponsorship Programs: Responsible for designing corporate sponsorship program and marketing for CWSC broadcasting (AM360). Promotes AM360 and interfaces with business and other organizations to garner financial support for AM360.
Human Resource Management: Responsible for designing CWSC human resource programs supporting recruiting, ansar program, orientation, training and development, and administering the MCNRD Volunteer Resource Network.
Learning Labs: Coordinates the scheduling, promotion, and continual process improvement for CWSC Learning Labs. Conducts periodic sessions to help presenters improve communication skills.
National Leadership Advisory Council (NLAC): Assists the NLAC director with intra-faith relationship operations.
Model Communities National Resource Directory (MCNRD): Director responsible for interfacing with volunteers and organizations registered in the MCNRD to provide instruction, customer service and quality assurance in implementing and assessing the MCNRD and the resource network.
Other: Broadcasting/Communications/Journalism interns and leaders.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org letter of interest with resume/cv or call (910) 317-0297.
CWSC is a national faith-based nonprofit intelligentsia, think tank & volunteer resource network helping associated institutions and the historically disadvantaged communities they serve assess challenges, research solutions, and match skilled volunteers and resources to aid in community outreach and development projects across America. We’re looking too for your skill sets, talents, and training to join us in this work…together we can remake the world.