Education Coordinator, Pendle Hill – Oct 20
Posted by Pendle Hill on September 27, 2022
PENDLE HILL is a Quaker study, retreat, and conference center that seeks to create peace with justice in the world by transforming lives through learning opportunities, retreat, and community created on our beautiful 24-acre campus in unceded Lenni-Lenape territory and in virtual settings. At Pendle Hill we commit to being a living testimony to a social order that manifests God’s love for everyone. We work to be inclusive, respectful, and supportive of all people. We strive courageously for peace and justice.
This is a highly collaborative staff community featuring responsive leadership and partial work-from-home arrangements for office-based employees. Community-building among staff is highly prized with monthly fun activities as part of staff meeting and two longer staff retreat days a year for fun, growth, and connection among all staff. The monthly community work morning provides variety with the opportunity to lend a hand on another team’s project or lead one for staff in your own work area. Learn more about Pendle Hill.
POSITION SUMMARY: The Education Coordinator (EC) is responsible for a range of educational programs that reflect Pendle Hill’s mission and vision, serving the needs of Friends and other constituents. Our educational programs (Programs) include on-campus workshops of varying lengths as well as online learning programs. The EC both envisions programs and coordinates their details in a timely and budget-conscious manner, such that: each program is strong and well-aligned in content and vision; the leaders are well prepared and in good relationship with Pendle Hill from initial contact through final wrap-up and payment of fees; the descriptions of programs are accurate and compelling; program participation meets goals; all efforts have been made to publicize them effectively; all details of recordkeeping, document improvement, communication, and data flow are accurate and up-to-date; interactions with all leaders, staff, and program participants are conducted warmly, professionally, and efficiently. The EC works collaboratively within the Education department and across departments to meet Education-specific and broader Pendle Hill goals.
Review of applications will begin on October 20, 2022 and continue until the position is filled, with an anticipated start date in November 2022.
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