Grant Writer, New York Project

Redeemer City to City’s New York Project seeks a grant writing consultant to serve the Executive Director of the New York Project. The New York Project is a joint venture with Redeemer Churches and Ministries for the flourishing of New York City through new churches, new leaders and new buildings.

The work is seasonal dependent on when grant proposals are required to be submitted. We are looking for someone who is competent with messaging and vision casting. The ideal candidate will have strong research skills as it relates to specific foundations and philanthropic priorities and experience writing grants and donor reports.

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Advancement and Communications Coordinator

The Advancement and Communications Coordinator will be a humble, hungry and smart leader who will play a central role in building momentum to a complicated and ambitious 10-year strategy. In partnership with the Executive Director of The New York Project, s/he will be a donor-centric professional who will be a significant player in the design of the strategy, systems, and processes needed to ensure that fundraising and related events are carried out to meet the goals of the New York Project.

Skills and experience for this role include:

  • 2+ years of professional experience in New York in an advancement and/or communications role

  • Has produced print or digital collateral to communicate fundraising messaging

  • Has managed or been involved in projects with many stakeholders and complexity

  • Fluent or near fluency in Salesforce, the Google Suite of products and Excel

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Executive Director/Vice President, Global Faith & Work Initiative

Redeemer City to City (CTC) was born out of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in 2008 to further a vision to see a movement of gospel-centered, city-loving churches planted in cities around the world. In the following decade, CTC has helped plant 632 churches in more than 140 cities worldwide, having influenced and trained more than 24,000 church leaders. Its global network of Regional Affiliates supports collaborative city networks of established and newly-planted churches in an ecosystem working together to help the city and its people flourish.

The initial focus for the Executive Director/Vice President role will be on the following three activities:

  1. Growing the Gotham Fellows programs from 12 to 50 cities in the next 5 years. This 9-month intensive discipleship program has been extremely effective in preparing young professionals in city centers for deep faith and work integration

  2. Prototyping and contextualizing regional Faith and Work Collaboratives in Europe, India and Asia, to support their center-city professionals

  3. Creating a global collaborative of faith and work ministry leaders – resourced by CTC’s FWI online content and courses, as well as content from TOW, MTF and other sources; collaborative will also share best practices and develop new case studies and discipleship tools

Immediate responsibilities for this role include:

  • Gotham Fellowship management and coordination – supporting the existing 13 Fellows programs and growing the network to 20 cities in 2 years

  • Guide resource development – online courses, modules of in-person training programs, print workbooks, and web-based content

  • Manage the integration of improved faith and work modules in existing CTC training programs

  • Work with Regional Affiliates or city leaders to prototype city-based Centers for Faith & Work in 3 cities

  • Develop an approach to train and build out a network of credentialed global trainers and coaches

  • Serve on the CTC Senior Leadership Team and contribute strategy and wisdom

There will be significant global travel and communications required for this position. We recommend that the leader live in NYC or spend significant time there in the first two years to build deep relationships with broader CTC staff and fully understand the theological vision and core values of the organization.

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