Ignatian Volunteer Corps
New York Regional Director
The Ignatian Volunteer Corps (IVC), a national not-for-profit service organization that provides men and women aged 50 and over with opportunities to serve the poor and marginalized, grow deeper in their faith and transforms lives, seeks a full-time Director for the New York (Metropolitan) Region.
The responsibilities of the director include
- Recruitment and support of volunteers (in Metro NY, NJ, and Long Island)
- Partnering with non-profit agencies serving the materially poor in order to place volunteers with the agencies
- Fundraising and event planning
- Program management
The successful candidate will have
- Knowledge of Catholic social teaching, Ignatian Spirituality and adult faith formation
- Strong organization and administrative management skills
- Excellent communication and networking abilities
- Experience with budgeting, finance and computers
A letter of application and resume should be submitted by email to Tom Ulrich at firstname.lastname@example.org
Names and contact information for two references should be included. Deadline for submission is September 18, 2017. Links for more information about IVC, the job description and the New York Region are on the sidebar menu on the left side of this page.
IVC in the Metro New York area is a unique volunteer organization providing participants with opportunities for fulfilling and meaningful service to others and membership in a faith-sharing community united by a desire for spiritual development in the tradition of Ignatius Loyola.
Inspired to give back and partner with nonprofit agencies working with the poor and disenfranchised, Ignatian Volunteers offer hope and stability on a daily basis to individuals and families marginalized by the economic, educational and political realities impacting their lives.
By contributing their leadership skills and life experience in service, IVC volunteers improve their communities and create a more just society while deepening their spirituality and increasing social awareness.