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The Fellowship of Evangelical Baptist Churches in Canada

Guelph, Ontario, Canada

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CEO/Executive - Missions/Int.
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The Fellowship of Evangelical Baptist Churches in Canada
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The National Fellowship of Evangelical Baptist Churches in Canada invites applications for the position of Fellowship International Associate Director.  The Associate Director provides operational management and administration of the Fellowship International department, partnerships, deployed personnel and candidates.

Reporting to the Director of Fellowship International, key areas of accountability include :

· Department operations    

· Inter-organizational partnership management

· Placement, management, and supervision of field personnel

· Facilitation of recruitment

· Financial management of Fellowship International personnel and partnerships.


Educational Qualifications:

· Diploma in Theology

· Missiology Studies (preferred).


The ideal candidate should have proven experience managing operations and personnel in a mid-size organization and cross-cultural context. 

The individual will be detail oriented; analytical; team player with a collaborative approach; coupled with cross cultural sensitivity.

Position start date: July 2014.  

 Closing date for applications:  February 28, 2014.
All enquiries and applications should be directed to :
Dan Baetz, Director of Fellowship International.  P.O. Box 457 Guelph, Ontario N1H 6K9, dbaetz@fellowship.ca.   
For more information:  www.fellowship.ca/AssociateDirectorPosition


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The Fellowship of Evangelical Baptist Churches in Canada

The Fellowship is a denomination of nearly 500 Evangelical Baptist Churches scattered across Canada from the Yukon to the tip of Nova Scotia. More...