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Ministry Support Specialist

The purpose of this role is to provide critical administrative support across the Operation Andrew Group team/ministry areas and serve as the organization’s primary CRM database software point person.

  • Major Duties and Responsibilities
  • Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
  • Working Conditions
  • More Details
  • How to Apply
Major Duties and Responsibilities
  • Maintain health and ensure the integrity of CRM database software for the organization.
  • Produce activity, summary, and status reports from database as needed.
  • Provide support to ministry areas to include mailings and daily support to ministry leaders as leaders, e.g., prepare and mail partner welcome packets, regular review of activity submission queue, prepare appeal mailings.
  • Provide event and internal/external meeting support to each ministry area, including logistics planning, material assembly, at-event hospitality, and follow-up.
  • Schedule development appointment calls for ministry directors.
  • Manage grant pipeline for the organization, including communication of deadlines and maintenance of submissions/ correspondence.
  • Send donor acknowledgment and donor care and cultivation touchpoint mailings.
  • Create PowerPoint presentations as needed to support ministry initiatives.
  • Assist with communications strategy in maintenance, monitoring, and updating website and social media channels.
  • Support Board and Board Committee meetings by assembling materials.
  • Create and encourage a culture and community of collaboration within the Operation Andrew Group team.
  • Other duties as organization adapts to meet the needs of our partners.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
  • Bachelor’s degree preferred
  • Three to five years of previous full time, similarly related experience
  • Experience working in an environment with diverse audiences, denominations, and cultures preferred
  • Self-starter, process and detail-orientated, able to manage multiple projects
  • Work on projects independently and as a member of a team
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Experience in or willing to learn Microsoft Office Suite, Google Workspace, MailChimp, Canvas, Vimeo, and Little Green Light
  • Self-starter with a motivation to work within a team
  • Work ethic aligns with organizational core values of integrity, flexibility, adaptability, grace, transparency, truthfulness, and respect, as well as furthering the mission of OAGroup to unite, partner and love
  • Be the embodiment of the OAGroup goals to listen well, pray consistently, relationship deeply, and equip thoroughly
Working Conditions
  • Occasionally represent Operation Andrew Group on Sundays at local church ministry fairs and other events as needed.
  • Hybrid work schedule of 4 days in office, one remote. Office days and hours are subject to change to adapt to needs of the ministries.
  • Office hours are 8:30 – 4:30.
  • Christ-centered team that thrives in partnering together.
  • Supportive leadership that encourages an office culture of celebration, authenticity, excellence, and occasional ice cream runs.
More Details

Applications open 10/26/21-01/31/22


You can find out more at:

Center for Nonprofit Management

How to Apply

Resumes may be mailed to:

Operation Andrew Group

PO Box 128045

Nashville, TN 37212

Attention: Human Resources

Resumes may be emailed to:

apply [at] operationandrew.org

OAGroup Church

Partnership Manager

The purpose of this role is to provide relational care for OAGroup churches and deepening their engagement to Operation Andrew Group’s ministry initiatives in support of our mission to unite, partner, and love.

  • Major Duties and Responsibilities
  • Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
  • Working Conditions
  • More Details
  • How to Apply
Major Duties and Responsibilities
  • Maintain and strengthen healthy relationships with church partners, including their pastors, staff, coordinators, and volunteers.
  • Provide consistent relational engagement with church partners across all OAGroup ministry initiatives and engage each partner’s areas of emphasis, prayer requests/needs, and the general life of their faith community. 
  • Develop and implement strategic church engagement and consistent partner touchpoint plan to develop and deepen church relationships and partnership opportunities, and to provide holistic care and compassion to OAGroup partners.
  • Implement strategic church partner recruitment plan.
  • Serve church partners by helping them move from initial ministry engagement into more OAGroup ministry program areas.
  • Collaborate with all OAGroup program staff on partner relationships and best ways to engage and deepen relationships.
  • Communicate shared partner needs and trends with OAGroup program staff and support services to express resourcing opportunities to maintain and expand excellent OAGroup programming.
  • Coordinate and facilitate missional opportunities and meetings between church partners and U4H schools, LOLN projects, Oak Project program, Pastor Engagement events, and other OAGroup events.
  • Deliver an exceptional relational experience to our partners as one of the public representatives of the OAGroup.
  • Other duties through participating in OAGroup programs as needed and adapting to meet the needs of our partners.
  • Encourage a culture and community of collaboration within the Operation Andrew team.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
  • Bachelor’s degree required in human services related field, Master’s preferred; lived and professional experience will be prioritized
  • 3-5 years partnership development and management in nonprofit field
  • Experience working in an environment with diverse audiences, denominations, and cultures preferred
  • Self-starter, process and detail-oriented and able to manage multiple projects and relationships
  • Work on projects independently as well as collaborating with the team
  • Excellent organizational, interpersonal, and time management skills
  • Excellent communicator, including solid written and oral communication skills
  • Experience or willingness to learn Microsoft Office Suite, Google Workspace, Canvas, Vimeo, and Little Green Light (CRM)
  • Work ethic aligns with internal organizational core values of integrity, flexibility/adaptability, grace, transparency, trustworthiness, and respect, as well as furthering the mission of OAGroup to unite, partner and love
  • Be the embodiment of the OAGroup goals to listen well, pray consistently, relationship deeply, and equip thoroughly
Working Conditions
  • This role is 40 hours a week with a schedule of 5 days in the office. Office days and hours are subject to change to adapt to the needs of the ministries.
  • Office hours are 8:30-4:30; additional time can be completed remotely.
  • Occasionally represent OAGroup on weekends and evenings at local church ministry fairs, other trainings, and events as needed.
  • Christ-centered team that thrives in partnering together.
  • Supportive leadership that encourages an office culture of celebration, authenticity, excellence, and occasional ice cream runs.
More Details

Applications open 11/01/21-

01/31/22

You can find out more at:

Center for Nonprofit Management

How to Apply

Resumes may be mailed to:

Operation Andrew Group

PO Box 128045

Nashville, TN 37212

Attention: Human Resources

Resumes may be emailed to:

apply [at] operationandrew.org

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