Position: Project Developer Location: Wheaton, IL
Job Id: 652 # of Openings: 1 Project Developer Spiritual LifeThe Chaplain’s Office is responsible for fostering the spiritual environment and vitality of Wheaton students, faculty, and staff. We believe that the spiritual well-being of those we serve rests in large measure on the spiritual life of our team personally and corporately. To reflect this priority, each member of the Chaplain’s Office will start their work day with 30 minutes of time alone with God. There are no rules for how this time is spent, but it is expected that the time be used for communing with God in prayer, Bible reading, meditation, journaling, and any other spiritually formative practices. Job Overview Responsible to the Chaplain 1) to help design and then move forward a plan to relaunch Life with God Together (LGT) and, following that, 2) to further LGT as the foundational framework for the spiritual formation of the faculty, staff, and students. Duties and Responsibilities
- Evaluate existing material – review whether the material is appropriate for furthering God’s work in a community committed to kingdom diversity.
- Connect with those committed to spiritual formation ministry on campus – share the vision and then engage in deep listening.
- Redesign material in light of input received, including rethinking the branding of the initiative to place its focus on Jesus-followers “becoming” what Scripture promises we will ultimately become.
- Draft an implementation plan for launching LGT campus-wide.
- Support the work of those engaging in LGT – providing input and developing resources as it seems wise and needed.
- Develop intra-campus networking venues – E.g., training sessions, seminars, retreats, etc.
- Develop vehicles by which those outside the Wheaton College community might benefit from LGT – E.g., podcasts, conferences, spiritual retreats, published materials, etc.
- Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s degree preferred.
- 5 years of relevant experience preferred.
- Detail oriented, well organized, and able to manage multiple tasks.
- Professional presence with strong interpersonal and communication skills.
- Strong writing and editing ability with excellent computer skills.
- Independent decision-making ability, providing resource management and financial leadership.
- Ability to take the lead in strategic and project planning.
- Cross-cultural competencies, especially regarding race and gender.