The team at the National Association of Evangelicals is highly collaborative, committed and engaged in our vision to see a thriving evangelical community in the United States that navigates complexity with biblical clarity. This is a big task, and we need the most talented, ambitious and thoughtful individuals with us.
If you are interested in joining our team, we encourage you to review the NAE’s Mission and Vision, Statement of Faith, and “For the Health of the Nation” to ensure that your personal values and beliefs are in alignment with those of the organization.
The Director of the NAE Partnership for Faith & Flourishing is a full-time exempt professional position. The Director works collaboratively with all NAE staff to help evangelicals foster thriving communities and navigate complexity with biblical clarity.
The Director will guide the implementation of the NAE’s newly established Partnership for Faith & Flourishing (PFF), which aims to foster the discipleship of everyday evangelicals with a comprehensive gospel for our common life in complex times.
- Personal faith in Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord
- Agreement to and affirmation of the NAE Statement of Faith
- Regular attendance at an evangelical church
- Member of the National Association of Evangelicals
- Familiarity with and relationships in the evangelical community
- Minimum of four years of professional experience (ministry or otherwise)
- Baccalaureate degree required, Masters degree preferred
- Demonstrated ability to apply theology to public matters
- Experience with the dynamics of discipleship or spiritual formation
- Ability to lead others to achieve project goals
- Self-starter and ability to work with minimal supervision
- Strong written and verbal communication skills
- Strong relational and interpersonal skills
- Careful attention to detail
- Willingness to work as part of a team and flexibility to adjust to needs of a growing organization
- Capability and experience to fulfill responsibilities listed below
- Guides, develops, implements and evaluates NAE efforts to foster the discipleship of everyday evangelicals with a comprehensive gospel for our common life in complex times
- Works with NAE staff and partners to create and disseminate resources, convene gatherings, create experiences, develop programs and utilize communications tools to inform and inspire evangelicals
- Writes and speaks in support of the work of the PFF to the church and broader society
- Carefully and intentionally builds relationships across the evangelical spectrum
- Creates reports for NAE leadership and project funders
- Travels for connection and relationship building
- Other responsibilities as assigned