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JVC is a full-time volunteer organization offering services to poor and marginalized people in the United States and in six foreign countries. The program's affiliation with the Society of Jesus (the Jesuits), its diversity of placements, the opportunity to live in a lay community, and the strong retreat and formation program are hallmarks of this pre-eminent Catholic lay volunteer program.
Our administrative offices are in Baltimore, Maryland, and we have program offices in Baltimore, Maryland; Detroit, Michigan; Houston, Texas; Santa Clara, California; and Washington, D.C.
As openings become available within JVC, they will be listed below. Salaries are competitive with a generous benefits package. To apply, submit your resume, along with a cover letter indicating the position in which you are interested to the address indicated with the particular listing. General inquiries can be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Program Director, Ignatian Formation
The Jesuit Volunteer Corps is hiring its first Program Director for Ignatian Formation. This position is a key member of the Program Leadership Team with primary responsibility for setting and implementing the formation goals for ALL Jesuit Volunteers, managing the multiple annual retreats for domestic and international volunteers, and providing strategic leadership around Ignatian spirituality to the whole of the JVC organization. The Program Director serves as primary oversight of the international program of JVC, supervising Program Coordinators and managing the work of a Program Coordinator focused on Formation. Interested applicants will have significant experience with both the international context of long term faith-based service and Ignatian spirituality.
Requirements: All applicants should have a degree in theology or pastoral studies, with a preference for a master’s degree, and at least 5 years of professional work experience and some supervisory experience.
Position is based in Washington, DC and will ideally begin in January, with interviews starting as early as mid-December. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis. The salary range is mid to upper 40’s.
International Program Coordinator
The Jesuit Volunteer Corps is hiring a Program Coordinator to join the International Program staff based in Washington, DC. The Program Coordinator is a field representative of JVC, responsible for implementing JVC’s mission through the screening and placement of volunteers, development and management of international sites, visits to Jesuit Volunteers and local partners abroad, and implementation of an Ignatian formation program, including retreats and ongoing accompaniment. Excellent benefits.
Requirements: All applicants must be available for extensive travel and must be fluent in Spanish. Experience as a Jesuit Volunteer or a volunteer in another full-time (min 1 year) volunteer program with community living is preferred. Strong intercultural communication and interpersonal skills required. Applicants must have 2 to 3 years international or cross-cultural work experience.
Priority deadline for application: Resumes will be reviewed on a rolling basis until position is filled.
The Administrative Associate provides administrative support to the Finance and Administration Department, the executive team, and board of directors and will be based in the Baltimore office. Responsibilities include accounts payable and receivable, payroll, and benefits. The position also includes responsibility for coordinating the flow of general phone, mail and email communication, and office management. Ideal candidate has a bachelor’s degree and minimum three years experience, preferably in accounting and/or human resources. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis. View the full job descriptions here.
To apply send your resume and a cover letter stating your interest in the position to email@example.com.
The Jesuit Volunteer Corps is an equal opportunity employer that encourages applications from candidates whose backgrounds are diverse in terms of culture, age, race, language, class, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, and ability.