North Carolina Council of Churches
Partners in Health and Wholeness Program
Immediate Position Opening: Program and Engagement Administrator
40 hr/wk; 3 weeks paid vacation; paid sick leave, HSA contribution,
Hybrid Position: 2-3 days in Raleigh office (subject to change)
3-month probationary period with option to extend an additional 3-month
Retirement benefits available when the probationary period concludes
Occasional travel required within North Carolina
Some nights and weekends
Must have proof of COVID-19 vaccination and first booster by the date of hire.
With more than eight decades of progressive activism, the North Carolina Council of Churches remains the leading faith voice for justice advocacy in North Carolina. We are particularly concerned about issues related to health care, farmworkers, eco-justice, voting rights, food security, peace, and making all congregations healthier places. The Council embraces ethnic, racial, gender, and sexual diversity, while standing within the Christian faith.
Partners in Health and Wholeness (PHW) provides faith communities across N.C. with tools, resources, and support to enhance their capacity and readiness to address the health priorities of their congregation and surrounding community, especially related to healthy aging, mental health, and healthy lifestyle choices. PHW Values Statement
The qualified candidate will join a dedicated team of professionals working directly with faith communities and health-related resource partners across North Carolina. You will play an essential role in ensuring that all office administrative functions are coordinated to achieve a high level of productivity for the program. In order to be successful in this position, you should be detail-oriented, self-motivated, and have excellent written and verbal communication skills with the ability to prioritize tasks. This position is grant-supported and subject to funding availability.
- Administrative oversight for the PHW programs. Includes: dissemination of information, oversee Collaborative Pledge, mini-grant, community grant, BIPOC Mental Health grant process, solicit renewals, maintain database, support special projects as needed
- Prioritize and respond to all correspondence
- Coordinate social media, newsletters, and website maintenance
- Lead monthly newsletter creation and distribution in collaboration with PHW staff
- Assist with program evaluations and reporting outcomes
- Coordinate and attend events
- Compile reports required by funders and NC Council of Churches directors
- Maintain inventory of resources for use by faith communities and partners
- Participate in resource partner events as needed
- Participate in PHW team meetings and ongoing strategic planning
- Develop social media, newsletter, and website campaigns
- Attend Council monthly communication meetings.
- Assume other tasks as requested by the Partners in Health and Wholeness Co-Directors and North Carolina Council of Churches’ Executive Director.
- Proficient in Google Workplace (docs, sheets, forms)
- Organizational and relational skills
- Strong communication skills (written and oral)
- Clear racial equity lens and commitment to ongoing cultural competency improvement.
- Ability to work within a team and independently
- Experience with social media, including familiarity with professional/organizational Facebook Page Management tools and Twitter posting and analytics.
- Experience with platforms and tools such as Canva and Slack.
- Bi-lingual, specifically Spanish
- Experience in a healthcare environment or passion for health issues
- Public speaking skills
- Experience with client relationship management software (specifically Powerbase)
To apply, send a cover letter, resume, and three professional reference letters as a single PDF file that has your name in its title and “PHW Program and Engagement Administrator” in the subject line to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This position is open immediately. The Council is an equal opportunity employer. People of color and individuals from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply. The Council does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, ethnic background, citizenship status, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, or disability.