December 18, 2021
Mennonite Disaster Service job openings
Mennonite Disaster Service (MDS) has job openings in the U.S. and Canada for people who have a knowledge of and passion for the MDS mission, vision and values and a commitment to the Anabaptist church.
Mennonite Disaster Service recruits, organizes and empowers volunteers to repair and rebuild the homes of those impacted by disasters in the United States and Canada. Responding with Christian love, our goal is to restore hope as we bring people back home.
If you want to make a difference and you thrive in an exciting, fast-paced disaster response environment, one of these jobs might be for you!
Current job openings in the U.S.
Social Media Coordinator. Based in Central Pennsylvania, this creative position coordinates, creates, and monitors content, including graphic design, on MDS social media channels and the MDS website to share the MDS story, mission, vision, and values. See full description and qualifications
Communications Administrative Assistant. Based in Lititz, Pennsylvania, this fast-paced position provides communications support for volunteers within units and regions, the media and the communications department. See full description and qualifications
Volunteer Development Coordinator. Based in the coordinator’s home and serving a region west of the Appalachian Mountains and east of the Mississippi River, this collaborative position creates a pipeline of qualified and diverse applicants for leadership volunteer roles within the MDS network. See full description and qualifications
Volunteer Training Specialist. Based in the specialists’ home, this job develops, administers, and conducts training programs and activities to ensure that MDS is equipped with trained leadership volunteers. See full description and qualifications
Current job openings in Canada.
Mennonite Disaster Service Canada values of Faith in Action and Caring Relationships. That means we work to provide caring services and resources to our volunteers so they can put their faith to work on the front lines of disaster recovery.
While the accounting role is largely behind the scenes, this position also involves supporting and resourcing volunteer treasurers from 6 provinces/regions within Canada, as well as office managers who keep the financial records at our larger projects.
As a member of the staff team at MDSC, you will be comfortable – perhaps even prefer – a small office environment. Currently the staff team is comprised of 2 full time and 2 half time positions. While we would prefer someone who can work onsite at our office, we do have flexibility to work remotely, with a minimum of ½ day a week onsite.
If this position interests you, we’d love to hear from you. Please submit a cover letter and resume addressed to Ross Penner and sent to [email protected]. We plan to do a first review of applicants on Jan. 3, 2022 and will keep the posting open until it is filled. See full description and qualifications.