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Ignatian Volunteer Corps Job Announcement

The Ignatian Volunteer Corps, a national non-profit organization serving the needs of the poor through the volunteer work of experienced women and men aged 50 or better, seeks a full-time regional director for Northern Virginia to plan, develop and manage the regional program and office.

Application information is available here on the Ignatian Volunteers Corps' website. The job description is below.

Job Description:

Ignatian Volunteer Corps – Northern Virginia Regional Director 

IVC, a national non-profit organization serving the needs of the poor through the volunteer work of experienced women and men aged 50 or better, seeks a full-time regional director for Northern Virginia to plan, develop and manage the regional program and office. 

Successful candidate will have a commitment to meeting the needs of the poor, preferably lives in Northern Virginia, and will have broad experience in: 

  • Ignatian spirituality, retreat and small group facilitation Recruitment, training/orientation of and support to volunteers 
  • Recruitment of and support to partner non-profit agencies 
  • Organizational, program, and network development and office management 
  • Fundraising, budget and finance, and computer competencies 
  • Work with diverse groups in Northern Virginia 
To Apply: 1-page letter of application and 2-page resume should be submitted by June 4, 2018 to jameskelley6912@cox.net and tulrich@ivcusa.org. Please include also the names and contact information for two references.





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