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Waverly, Pennsylvania, United States

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Lamplighter Ministries is a growing international nonprofit organization, headquartered in northeastern Pennsylvania, whose mission is making ready a people prepared for the Lord by building character, one story at a time.


Lamplighter is seeking an Operations Manager who will manage all Lamplighter staff operations including book production, shipping & inventory, Web & Information Systems, and marketing support. Key Skills: The lead candidate will be a competent manager who is organized with strong sense of detail; able to translate vision into action; high energy; confident; a team builder; results-oriented; has a systematic approach, a solid problem-solver, and would help if he/she can laugh once in a while.

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Personal style of management is described as follows: Builds high level of trust that creates a vulnerable and transparent work environment with a high degree of discipline thought and disciplined action. Willing to face conflict head-on with compassion and truth to promote a harmonious team. Brings clarity to the task and team in order to forge stronger commitments to the mission and vision. Can establish and convey the corporate standards and practices consistent with the standards of excellence of LLM, holding everyone accountable. Is consistently results-focused, evaluating and improving those results in every key area. Qualified Candidates must have relevant experience and a college degree is preferred; all exceptional applicants will be considered.
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Mark Hamby, hated reading as a child. When he became a Christian at age 22, he was introduced to Christian biographies, which ignited a passion in his heart for great Christian literature. He was always looking for a role model whom he could follow, someone from whom he could learn and who would inspire and motivate him in his new life of faith. When he read his first biographies of D. L. Moody, George Mueller, Hudson Taylor, Amy Carmichael, Gladys Alwardt, and Abraham Lincoln, he knew he had found his mentors. Today, thirty years later, Mark i More...