We're Hiring!

Director of Operations

 

Applications due: June 23, 2021

Preferred Start Date: August 9, 2021

Lutheran Church of the Reformation seeks a creative leader and effective manager to serve as director of operations to help us worship God, serve our neighbors, and care for creation. The director of operations manages the facilities, office, and financial ministries. The director of operations collaborates with a great variety of people, communicates effectively with compassion, and manages projects with technical savvy.  

Lutheran Church of the Reformation is a spiritual community located in Washington, DC’s Capitol Hill neighborhood. Reformation enjoys an active, diverse, and engaged congregation of over 170 households. The Holy Spirit inspires and provokes us to keep reforming church and society. Since 1987, Reformation has welcomed and affirmed LGBTQ+ persons and their families. We work for racial equity and economic justice within our community and nation. The congregation has a large facility comprised of the sanctuary building, education building, and three rowhouses. We maintain several long-term space use agreements with approximately ten equally diverse, independent organizations that serve children and adults, including Hill Havurah, the Jewish community on Capitol Hill. Reformation also hosts many groups for other religious, cultural, and advocacy events—over 800 per year.

You're invited to read the complete job description below and then apply by sending a cover letter and resume to apply@ReformationDC.org​.

Please note: We will be using an anonymous (or "blind") process for reviewing applicant resumes to reduce bias within selection processes. Though this approach does not completely eliminate bias in hiring, we hope evaluating resumes anonymously and removing identifiable characteristics that are not related to the job or experiences needed for success will play an important role in reducing the possibility for bias in candidate selection. We invite you to learn more here.

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