Join Our Team
We’re hiring a Communications and Administrative Coordinator.
Are you a self-starting storyteller with extraordinary organizational skills? Can you pivot quickly in a fast-paced work environment between fine-tuned details and big-picture ideas? Do you approach work with a servant's heart? Are you a hawk for precision? Are click rates, footprint expansion, database management, and smart social media efforts part of your lexicon? Can you create brand-aligning copy under a deadline? Do you have a passion for growing brands, developing media campaigns, and pushing forward the voice and vision of an organization? If so, this could be the job for you.
What’s the Job?
Come join us where you will be responsible for producing rich communications for various audiences in digital and print formats. Strategic social media experience is necessary. The ability to create strong written copy under short time frames is a must.. Experience with Squarespace is ideal.. Comfort with some photography, videography, and editing is also helpful.
Additionally, this position also supports the small staff of the Institute administratively, meaning a servant's heart to precisely manage all organizational details is required. If you are not willing to print name tags and take out the trash, this probably isn’t the job for you.
If you are great with details, willing to work hard, and are excited to do whatever it takes to help a small team with a huge calling, then we want to hear from you. We look forward to connecting with you soon.
The Nashville Institute for Faith and Work is dedicated to helping individuals and groups integrate their Christian faith into their day-to-day work in a way that brings about human and organizational flourishing in Nashville and beyond. Considering that the average American will spend over 80,000 hours at work over his or her lifetime, it is important to view the workplace as an opportunity to renew individual hearts, communities, and the world. Some are energized by work while others deplore it; some see it as only a source of income while others see it as a source of self-definition and glorification. Understanding and embracing that all good work—not just ministerial, missionary, medical, or non-profit work—matters to God and is fundamental to joining Him in His redemptive plan for this world.
Bachelor's degree required
Minimum of 3 years work experience in a corporate environment
Communications, PR, or marketing background highly valued
In our offices in Nashville (not a telecommuting position)
Submit a resume, a color copy of assorted social media posts and email campaigns you have created in a former position, along with a one-page cover letter outlining why you are the ideal candidate to firstname.lastname@example.org.