Communication Management Fellowship

Philadelphia 19144, Pennsylvania

JoB Description

Under the provisions of the First Presbyterian Church in Germantown’s mission statement and with the guidance of the Holy Spirit

Responsibilities:

  • Maintain and update website, Facebook page, and other social media as needed
  • Maintain ServantKeeper database, including data entry
    • Run reports as requested for Clerk of Session and/or committees
  • Maintain church calendars (Church Event and Building Usage)
    • Receive and manage booking requests from Church Committees, Keystone Boychoir, AA, and other vetted organizations
    • Inform Committee/Project members via text, email, or preferred method of contact of impending meetings and locations
    • Prepare, print, and hang weekly schedule by the church office entrance
  • Format and print bulletins
  • “Windows” (church newsletter)
    • Obtain articles, organize, format, and create the monthly church newsletter
    • Print and/or email
    • Post on website and other appropriate social media venues
  • Answer phones from 1:00 - 5:00 p.m. daily (or other hours of work)
  • Build and maintain a presence on current social media platforms
  • Attend weekly staff meetings

 

Duration: 12 months January-December, M-F 20 hours a week

 

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree (or in final stages of education toward it) in Communication & Media or its equivalent

 

To Apply: Please send cover letter and resume to Mr. Ted Walkenhorst at tedwalkenhorst@yahoo.com

Contact: Ted Walkenhorst

Salary: $20K

E-Mail: tedwalkenhorst@yahoo.com

From the blog

I Give, Therefore I Am

Posted by Laura Otten, Ph.D., Director on 7 December 2018, 7:44 am

As nonprofits are pondering just how much money will come in over the remaining days of the calendar year, it seems fitting, in a sad, sadistic way, I suppose, to report on a study with the subtitle, “American donors are far less generous than they think they are.”  But maybe some donors will read this and as a result decide to go back to their checkbooks. This study, the second in a series of research called “The Donor Mindset,” looks at American donor’s actual generosity and in comparison to the donors’ self-assessment of their generosity.  While generosity can be defined.

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