Posts Tagged ‘Ministry’

Director of Ops Manheim, PA

Now Recruiting For: Director Of Operations Manheim PAClosed


Position Closed 

Looking to make a difference in our world? It’s time to use all of your education and experiences to be an instrument of change.

In HIS Name HR is honored to have been retained by Men of Iron to seek their next Director of Operations.

The leadership of Men of Iron believes men are distinctly called to be Godly leaders in their families, their churches and their communities. Men of Iron equips men and grows Godly leaders through creating and sustaining 1-to-1 and micro group mentorships. They partner with leaders, influencers, churches and communities to implement and execute a culture-changing men’s ministry.

Step up to the plate and be part of changing a culture, one man, one family, one church and one community at a time.

Director Of Operations

The Director of Operations is a core function of Men of Iron, responsible for leading, growing, scaling and organizing the ministry by overseeing its programs and services (Strong27™). He creates and provides strategic guidance to grow a regional model and is expected to develop and execute creative strategies, operations and systems to grow and scale men’s mentorships around the world.

He is the leader of ministry staff and representatives through his leadership, management and accountability characteristics. He is the 2nd most senior manager of Men of Iron’s operational hierarchy and holds the position of Integrator.

Some Essential Responsibilities

  • Lead, grow, scale and organize all programs and services (Strong27™)
  • Create and provide strategic guidance to grow a regional model
  • Develop and execute creative strategies, operations and systems to grow and scale Men of Iron’s programs and services around the world
  • Develop and manage quantitative and qualitative metrics based around sharpening men and strengthening families, churches, and communities, as well as growth of the ministry
  • Provide leadership, management and accountability to all operations staff
  • Work with Executive Director to create vision for all Men of Iron programs and services and to create and execute a strategic plan
  • Develop and manage annual budget for all programs and services
  • Develop systems and operations to efficiently increase the number of active mentors and protégés each year
  • Develop systems and operations to efficiently increase the number of church and community partners each year
  • Develop a professional training and development program for all ministry ambassadors and directors

Some Position Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree in Business, Ministry and/or other related education AND 7-10 years related experience and/or training in the following area:
    • Business and management experience
    • Business or ministry operations in medium to large setting with qualitative and quantitative metrics

Or equivalent combination of education and experience.

  • Successfully leading, growing and scaling a business or business operations.
  • Must be computer literate. Working knowledge of Apple operating  systems and Microsoft 365. Able to navigate and become familiar with CRM software.
  • Must be able to produce a statement of Faith.
  • Complete support of and willing adherence to Men of Iron’s mission, vision and core values, applicant must hold these standards as his own.

Cover letters should include why you should be considered for the position and what would make you the best candidate.

Serious and confidential inquiries:  Apply Through Indeed

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Why Faith In The Marketplace Is So Important


Unfortunately today’s churches are empty. More than any other time in history your employees are spending an increased amount of time commuting to and from work, working in their workplaces, working in the evenings and on the weekends, disengaged from their families and communities.  These increased hours have resulted in employees spending more waking hours at work than they are spending time at home with their families, with friends or volunteering in their communities. Because of this, we have an opportunity and a mission; a mission to reach those who need saved. This is America’s untapped harvest, a field of opportunity. And as God proclaims, we need more workers into his fields.

Matthew 9: 35-38 says, “ Jesus went through all the towns and villages, teaching in their synagogues, proclaiming the good news of the kingdom and healing every disease and sickness.  When he saw the crowds, he had compassion on them, because they were harassed and helpless, like sheep without a shepherd.  Then he said to his disciples, “The harvest is plentiful but the workers are few.  Ask the Lord of the harvest, therefore, to send out workers into his harvest field.”

According to a December 2008 Gallup poll, 42 percent of U.S. residents (about 128 million Americans) say they attend religious services at least once per week. This number is probably misleading because many people may have embellished their attendance a bit out of a sense of guilt or obligation! However, assuming it is accurate that would leave a whopping 58% of U.S. residents not attending any religious services each week. This is a concern, because it clearly proves that, statistically speaking, your employees are probably not spiritually grounded.

That is where Christian business owners and executives should step in to help God fill the void.

As a human resources professional with 20 years of experience in both public and private companies, I can tell you from firsthand experience that the lack of faith in our workplace affects every aspect of the workplace.  Employees’ lack of time to focus on their own spiritual needs will undoubtedly affect productivity, quality and safety. Harder to measure but just as important, it affects their and their coworker’s morale.  Employees lacking in faith will bring far more problems to the workplace than those who are Christ followers.

Therefore, those of us that are hesitant to embrace Christianity in the workplace must really look at it not only from a spiritual perspective, but from a business perspective as well.  Far from being self-serving, this shows the attitude of a responsible business owner, attempting to prosper their business for the financial security and future of their employees and employees’ families.

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Mark A. Griffin is the founder and chief consultant of In His Name HR LLC. Connect with him on LinkedIn or Twitter.