Job Opportunities

Below are specific job listings, including positions at Duke Divinity School, that have been submitted to the school.

February 04, 2015
Church, Ministry
Senior Pastor
International Church of Karachi
Full time
Karachi, Sindh Pakistan
http://internationalchurchkarachi.org

International Church of Karachi

Karachi, Pakistan, CA
ICK is looking for a pastor who has, or is seeking experience, in an international church.

The main duties of the pastor are to
* Lead Sunday worship
* Hold prayer and Bible Study meetings
* Encourage/shepherd church members in their ministries
* Reach out to the expatriate and local communities.
The pastor is accountable to the Church Council (CC) and major decisions are made in cooperation with the CC.

The Pastor Search Committee feels the following qualifications are important for a successful ministry in Karachi at ICK:
* Possess a degree in some area of Biblical Ministry.
* Have experience in ministering to a culturally diverse community with many people who do not speak English as their native language.
* Have experience in living outside the United States of America.
* Be willing to work with ICK’s leadership in solving the problem of financial support with flexibility and creativity.
* Have some outside financial support.
The following remuneration is what is planned for the Pastor:
* Salary
* Fully furnished house with rent
* Car provided
* Return airline ticket with spouse yearly

If you think you possess the above qualities and wish more information about ICK and the Pastor position, please send us your resume including references. We are open to your comments and any questions you may have.


Contact
Debra Lobo
icofk@yahoo.com
+923002536105

February 04, 2015
Church, Ministry
Lead Pianist/Dir. of Children's Music
Soapstone UMC
Part time
Raleigh, North Carolina USA
http://soapstoneumc.org/2014/01/staff-opening-lead-pianistdir-of-childrens-music/

North Raleigh church, Soapstone United Methodist, with a dynamic and active music program is seeking a Lead Pianist/Accompanist and Director of Children’s Music. While one employee would be ideal, we are willing to break these duties into two positions based on the applicant’s strengths. Hours per week are approximately 15 (12 for pianist duties and 3 for children’s music.)

Lead Pianist/Accompanist:
Responsibilities
  *   This individual will provide piano accompaniment/solo playing for the following:
     *   Two Sunday worship services (8:30 am service with a Praise Team, and 11:00 am service with a Chancel Choir); this includes solo prelude and offertory pieces as needed.
     *   Three weekly rehearsals: one Sunday after the 11:00 am service; Chancel Choir on Wednesday evenings; and Praise Team on Thursday evenings.
     *   Special services throughout the year (funerals, Ash Wednesday, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, Christmas Eve).
     *   Occasional special rehearsals in the fall and spring for our Christmas and Easter cantatas, which we perform with orchestra.
  *   Although our music groups perform in service year-round, we do take many weeks of rehearsals off in the summer.
  *   The lead pianist, in coordination with the Director of Music Ministries, will be responsible for finding a substitute for rehearsals and services for which they cannot play.
  *   Applicants invited to interview for the position will be asked to play with our Praise Team and Chancel Choir, as well as sight read.

Qualifications
  *   Heart for worship and a desire to inspire the spiritual growth of others
  *   A Bachelor’s Degree in Music with an emphasis on piano and/or accompanying, or equivalent experience.
  *   2+ years related experience playing for worship in a program-sized church.


Director of Children’s Music:
This individual will prepare and conduct rehearsal on Sunday evenings for our children’s program, Kids Rock. He or she will work in coordination with the Director of Music Ministries to choose music, curricula, a spring children’s musical, and to schedule the children to sing in worship. Our children’s program meets September through May.

Qualifications
  *   Heart for worship and a desire to inspire the spiritual growth of others
  *   A Bachelor’s Degree in Music with an emphasis on piano and/or accompanying, or equivalent experience.
  *   2+ years related experience playing for worship in a program-sized church.
  *   Proficiency in keyboard.
  *   Experience working with children.

Salary is negotiable, based on experience. Please click here for an application. Completed applications and introductory letters should be sent via email to hr@soapstoneumc.org; faxed to 919-846-7161, Attn: Rev. Karen H. Whitaker; or mailed to Soapstone UMC, Attn: Rev. Karen H. Whitaker, 12837 Norwood Road, Raleigh, NC 27613. No phone calls, please.


Contact
Karen Whitaker
hr@soapstoneumc.org
9198462212

February 04, 2015
Church, Ministry
Director of Family Ministries
Tinity UM Church
Full time
Greeneville, TN USA
http://www.trinity-um-church.org

Trinity UM Church in Greeneville, TN. seeks an energetic person with proven ability to connect to young adults and young families along with their children and youth.  The position is a full-time ministry position, which will give direction to and coordinate volunteers for our ministry to children, youth and young families.  Candidates with Theological education and experience in this type of ministry are preferred.  A Bachelor's Degree, commitment to small group and team based ministry are required. Interested candidates should send resumes to the Church office 524 Tusculum Blvd. Greeneville, TN. 37745 or as an attachment to email: trinity8888@embarqmail.com


Contact
Pastor Stuart Albee
trinity8888@embarqmail.com
423-638-7521

January 13, 2015
Church, Administration, Church, Ministry
Media Center Intern
North Carolina Conference of The United Methodist Church
Part time
Garner, NC USA
http://nccumc.org/mediacenter/

The North Carolina Conference of The United Methodist Church seeks a Media Center Intern for the summer of 2015. The Intern will be trained on OPALS, an open source automated library system in use at hundreds of school libraries, as well as some public, academic, and special libraries. Duties will include cataloging new resources using RDA, MARC 21, DDC, LCSH, and BISAC Subject Headings, updating old catalog records from a non-MARC system, circulating and mailing loaned resources, and recommending resources for patrons. The Intern will also have the opportunity to attend the North Carolina Annual Conference in Wilmington, NC during June 9-13. This gathering provides an inside look into the structure, leadership, and decision-making procedures of clergy and lay leaders from every church in the conference, as well as conference leaders. It is a great time of training, innovation, and fellowship. The Intern will benefit from extensive cataloging practice and experience learning OPALS, knowledge of Christian resources and the needs of ministry leaders, building connections with clergy and laity in the NC Conference, close work with the supervisor, and independent work in a slow-paced and quiet environment. This position should prepare the candidate well for work in libraries or Christian ministry.

The North Carolina Conference is organized under the leadership of a bishop who is responsible for appointing pastors to serve local churches, performing ordinations, and safeguarding the doctrine and discipline of the Church. The NC Conference is also the administrative body and ministry leader for over 800 United Methodist churches in 56 counties in Eastern North Carolina. The Media Center is located in the 5-year-old United Methodist Building in Garner, easily accessible from I-40 and US-70. The Media Center serves as a resource center for every church within the NC Conference with its collection of over 3,000 items. Resources include video-based bible studies, curriculum, and non-fiction books targeted to ministry leaders in all aspects of ministry including adult, youth, and children's ministries, as well as special populations. Although many of the resources are written by Methodist authors, many other popular Christian authors are included as well. With an average of 5 requests and 2 in-person visits per day, careful time can be spent to provide top-notch service to patrons and become familiar with the resources. The Media Center Director is the only person on staff and will therefore be readily accessible and fully invested in the work of the intern.

The preferred candidate will possess the following qualifications, but specific skills can be learned on the job:
•    Interest in Christian resources and/or The United Methodist Church
•    Basic knowledge of cataloging in RDA and MARC 21
•    Basic knowledge of the Dewey Decimal System
•    Basic knowledge of classification systems such as Library of Congress (LCSH) and Book Industry Standards and Communications (BISAC) Subject Headings
•    Detail-oriented
•    Good judgment, analysis and decision-making skills
•    Friendly and professional demeanor
•    Independent and innovative

The Media Center Intern is a part-time, temporary position starting as early as May 2015 and continuing through August 2015 with a flexible schedule during the hours of 8:00am-4:30pm, Monday-Thursday at the United Methodist Building, 700 Waterfield Ridge Place, Garner, NC 27529. The Intern will be paid a $1,000 stipend.

To apply for this position, please send a cover letter and resumé to:
Mrs. Laura Dallas, MLS
Media Center Associate
ldallas@nccumc.org


Contact
Laura Dallas
ldallas@nccumc.org
919-779-6115

January 08, 2015
Ministry, Non-Church
Campus Minister/Wesley Foundation Director - University of Hawaii at Manoa
California-Pacific Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church
Full time
Pasadena, CA USA
https://www.calpacumc.org

The California-Pacific Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church is looking for a Campus Minister/Wesley Foundation Director located at the University of Hawaii at Manoa.  Under general direction of and in conjunction with the Board of Directors, the Director will provide oversight to Wesley Foundation’s programs and services, monitor and assess the effectiveness of campus ministry offerings, participate in the development of resources to support the ministry, and promote and support campus ministry in higher education among student leaders, board members, and local churches in the Hawaii District. This position is full-time, non-exempt and located in Honolulu, Hawaii.  

 
THE MISSION OF THE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH IS:  “To make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world.”

THE VISION OF THE CALIFORNIA-PACIFIC ANNUAL CONFERENCE IS: “Inspiring the world as passionate followers of Jesus Christ so all may experience God’s life-giving love.”

ORGANIZATION OVERVIEW

The Wesley Foundation at the University of Hawaii is a ministry to higher education of the California-Pacific Annual Conference of The United Methodist Church serving college students, faculty, and staff primarily on Oahu, Hawaii.  While located across the street from the University of Hawaii at Manoa (UHM), the outreach of Wesley Foundation also extends to other private higher education institutions in the Honolulu metropolitan area including Hawaii Pacific University & Chaminade University.  

The Wesley Foundation was chartered by thirty-seven students in September of 1949 and has provided a United Methodist presence to the University community for the past 66 years.  Our ministry facilities are located on a double-lot campus and has two buildings: a three-level student center with a fellowship hall, kitchen, chapel, offices and parking; and a student residence, the White House, with a capacity for ten residents.  Historically, Wesley Foundation has included, as a part of its programs and activities, students from a variety of denominational and faith backgrounds.  The Wesley Foundation also strives to be an inclusive community that invites participation of individuals regardless of their ethnicity, religious affiliation, gender, sexual orientation, or physical ability.

In January 2009 the Board of Directors adopted the following mission statement, “The Wesley Foundation at the University of Hawaii is a United Methodist campus ministry that journeys with students as they discover, embrace and share their God-given gifts of intellect, compassion and leadership; living out Christ’s call to be disciples.”

The University of Hawaii at Manoa is part of a statewide, public higher education system that includes three four-year university campuses and seven community colleges throughout the Hawaiian Islands.  Founded in 1907, the Manoa campus is the “flagship campus” of the UH system comprised of 14 Colleges and Schools offering Bachelor’s degrees in 97 fields, Master’s degrees in 85 fields, and Professional & Doctoral degrees in 57 fields.  This 320 acre campus has a student enrollment of 20,000 students: 67% Hawaii (in-state) students, 27% out-of-state students, and 6 % international students representing over 119 countries.  UH Manoa is known for its pioneering research in such fields as oceanography, astronomy, Pacific Islands and Asian area studies, linguistics, cancer research and genetics.  The University’s motto is “Maluna a’e o nā lāhui a pau ke ola ke kanaka” (Above all nations is humanity.)


Supervised and evaluated by: Executive Director of Connectional Ministries, in consultation with the Higher Education and Campus Ministry Council (HECMC) and the Board of Directors of the Wesley Foundation.  

Supervision responsibility for:
Employees
Bookkeeper; building manager; and outside contracted service providers such as custodial service, yard care and facilities related contracted workers.
Volunteers
Student Peer Ministers; Summer Seminary Intern; White House (student resident) Officers; Board Officers and members; and community volunteers.

Evaluation based on:

 
•Alignment with the mission of The United Methodist Church, the vision of the California-Pacific Annual Conference and the purpose of the Leadership Essential Ministries Team.
•Teamwork and decision-making habits consistent with Conference core values and expectations.
•Skills and competencies that include strategic planning and organizational leadership, financial management, and evaluation and assessment.  
•Level of integrity in the modeling of conference core values.
•Progress toward and achievement of goals.

PRIMARY ROLES, ACTIVITIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Strategic Planning and Organizational Leadership
•Develop and implement strategic planning in conjunction with the Wesley
Foundation Board, that is consistent with and complimentary to that of the mission and
goals of the ministry.
•Create a vision for the planning and implementation of programs and services.
•Organize, develop and implement student-oriented programs and services that
include, but are not limited to, student leadership development, spiritual development, fellowship & worship, community service, interfaith communication/collaboration, pastoral counseling, and social justice.
•Develop strategic alliances with administration and on-campus departments to provide ppropriate programs and services to students.
•Develop strategic alliances with United Methodist Churches to participate in a supportive campus ministry.
•Mentor, supervise and provide work direction to the Student Peer Ministers and the Summer Seminary Intern.
•Identify and implement best practices and policies for serving student needs.
•Represent Wesley Foundation on the University of Hawaii at Manoa Religious Council and on other university committees and councils, as requested.


Financial Management
•Work with the Wesley Foundation Board to develop, fundraise and manage the annual operating budget to meet organizational needs and objectives. Work with Board Officers/ members and the bookkeeper, to prepare an annual budget.  Additionally, work with the aforementioned to monitor the budget monthly and quarterly to insure proper expenditures and resource needs.
•Collaborate with the annual fundraising campaign chairperson in developing an effective organizational structure that will ensure the financial sustainability of Wesley
Foundation.
•Initiate and comply with financial audits required by The United Methodist Church structure.
•Work with the Board of Directors to comply with financial reporting under 501 c (3)
when appropriate.

Evaluation and Assessment
•Conduct routine assessment of all Wesley Foundation programs, and provide evaluation and feedback to the Wesley Foundation Board.
•Complete timely evaluation tools required by HECMC.
•Comply with United Methodist and University of Hawaii requirements related to safe practices related to student contact and pastoral counseling.
•Comply with rules and guidelines for membership as a Registered Independent Organization (RIO) religious student group within the University of Hawaii system.

The activities and essential functions listed in this job description are not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, and qualification required of employees assigned to this job, and may be subject to changes in the future.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

•While performing the duties of this job the employee is regularly required to use hands to grasp, handle or feel.
•The employee frequently is required to walk, sit, stand, talk and hear.
•The employee is occasionally required to climb or balance, stoop, kneel, or crouch.
•The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds.
•Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.

WORK ENVIRONMENT
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations will be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

•While performing the duties of this job, the employee is exposed to weather conditions prevalent at the time.
•The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.
•If telecommuting is elected for this position, a safe environment must be established in keeping with the guidelines of the Conference.

The individual must possess the following knowledge, skills and abilities, and be able to explain and demonstrate that he or she can perform the essential functions of the job, with or without reasonable accommodation.


SPECIFIC JOB KNOWLEDGE, SKILL AND ABILITY
•Knowledge of United Methodist history, polity, liturgy, and Annual Conference structures directly associated with campus ministries.
•Ability to live and communicate in an Interdenominational and Interfaith world.
•Knowledge of unique aspects of campus climate at UH at Manoa and the needs of contemporary students.
•Ability to utilize electronic forms of communication for promoting campus ministry and communicating with students.
•Excellent communication and listening skills.
•Demonstrated self-motivation and self-starter skills.
•Demonstrated conflict resolution skills.
•Ability to work flexible hours, including evenings and weekends.

EDUCATION
Master of Divinity degree or equivalent
Significant and relevant life experience will be considered.

EXPERIENCE
Minimum of 2 years’ experience in campus ministry or equivalent.

HOW TO APPLY:
To apply for this position and request the application paperwork, please send your cover letter and resume to hr@calpacumc.org and reference Campus Minister/Wesley Foundation Director - University of Hawaii at Manoa.  Position is open until filled.


Contact
hr@calpacumc.org
hr@calpacumc.org
626-568-7300

January 07, 2015
Church, Ministry
Children's Minister
First Baptist Church of Greensboro
Full time
Greensboro, NC USA
http://www.fbcgso.org/childrens_minister_search

The Children’s Minister will work as a part of the Church’s existing pastoral team, assuming primary leadership of and responsibility for the spiritual formation and pastoral support of the Church’s children and their families (birth through 5th grade). 
The Children’s Minister also will be responsible for ongoing and new community outreach initiatives, all of which should be designed to foster continued growth in the Church’s ministry to children and their families. Minimum qualifications:  Bachelor’s degree (although a Masters of Divinity is preferred); prior experience working with children; prior experience working in a congregational or organizational setting (prior experience serving a church as the children’s minister or its equivalent is preferred). If interested, please contact the Children’s Minister Search Committee at cmsearch@fbcgso.org.  Applicants should include an updated résumé with cover letter. 
Applications will be accepted through January 31, 2015.


Contact
Steve Cothran
cmsearch@fbcgso.org
336.274.3286

January 01, 2015
Church, Ministry
Youth Director - First United Methodist Church
First United Methodist Church
Full time
Midland, TX USA
http://www.vanderbloemen.com/jobs/first-united-methodist-church-youth-director-search

First United Methodist Church has been part of Midland’s history from the earliest days of the city, when a small group gathered to meet with a Methodist minister of the West Texas Conference to “organize a church.” From that humble beginning over 125 years ago, First Methodist has grown into the vibrant, multifaceted church it is today. The current facility sits in the heart of downtown Midland and is one of the last churches to remain on its original site.

First Methodist is seeking a relational Youth Director who loves students and will model a growing relationship with Jesus to them. The Youth Director is directly responsible for the oversight of all junior and senior high Youth Ministry activities, including Sunday School, Sunday evening worship (led by Youth Praise Team), and junior and senior high small groups. Events such as retreats, outreaches, and mission trips are also part of the scope of this role.

The successful candidate will demonstrate an ability to love and relate to a wide diversity of students. This candidate will have a proven track record of developing the growth of students in both numbers and depth in a way that reflects the overall vision of First United Methodist Church. The Youth Director will be directly responsible to recruit, train, and develop Youth Ministry volunteers, and the ideal candidate will demonstrate a proven track record of reaching goals through a collaborative team approach. The Youth Director will create momentum in the Youth Ministry through relationships with students, parents, volunteers, and ministry colleagues.

Midland, Texas is a city in the county seat of Midland County and a component of the larger Midland-Odessa area. The city is located in the Permian Basin in the West Plains of Texas. Midland was originally founded as the midway point between Fort Worth and El Paso on the Texas and Pacific Railroad in 1881. The economy of Midland is heavy influenced by the oil and gas industry. It is said that over 16% of the nation's oil reserves are contained in the Permian Basin and accounts for over 61% of Texas oil production.

However, Midland is not only synonymous with oil and gas, but also with high school football. The show "Friday Night Lights" was inspired by the Midland-Odessa area. The city has received national recognition as the hometown of former First Lady Laura Bush and the onetime home of former President George H. W. Bush, former President George W. Bush, and former First Lady Barbara Bush. President George W. and Laura Bush were married in the beautiful chapel at First United Methodist Church.

To Apply, please email your resume to Resumes@Vanderbloemen.com OR Apply through our website: http://www.vanderbloemen.com/jobs/first-united-methodist-church-youth-di...


Contact
Caroline Carthey
resumes@vanderbloemen.com

December 11, 2014
Church, Ministry
Director of Worship and Creative Arts
Riviera United Methodist Church
Part time
St. Petersburg, FL United States
http://www.rivieraumc.org

Riviera United Methodist Church in St. Petersburg, FL is seeking to fill a part-time Director of Worship and Creative Arts position.   This role includes leading the Worship Design Team to creatively plan worship, providing musical leadership for our Praise Team in performing a contemporary worship service, and recruiting and training volunteers for other worship creative arts elements, including Video/Sound components as well as Youth worship opportunities.  Requirements include the ability to play keyboard and/or guitar, take on the role of lead vocalist, and encourage participation from members of the congregation through song and prayer.  

Riviera UMC is a growing church of approximately 365 members whose mission is Growing to be like Christ, Sharing the Hope of Christ, and Transforming Lives through Christ.  If you feel your gifts and experience fit this role, please send the following to the address below:
1.    Resume – Please submit your resume outlining your education, experience and qualifications for the position of Director of Worship and Creative Arts.
2.    Statement of Faith – Please submit a brief statement on your relationship with Christ.   As with all of long-term relationships, there are rewards and challenges.   Please share your thoughts on what you would consider your life’s ‘autobiographical spiritual journey with Jesus.’
3.    Vocal/Musical Samples – Please provide a video file or link to website where we can view a recording of your musical performance, including vocal as well as instrumental.   While it would be nice to see a sample in a worship setting, we will also consider other performances if they provide a more in-depth illustration of your musical ability.


Contact
Bonnie Culotta
bonnie@rivieraumc.org
(727) 527-6466

December 01, 2014
Church, Administration, Other
Worship Director
Vertical Church
Part time
Hillsborough, NC US

Vertical Church is seeking out a passionate and energetic Worship Director to oversee and manage our contemporary and diverse worship experience. Preferably Strong vocal skills along with a proficiency with lead or acoustic guitar. Flexibility, diversity, and a teachable heart are essential.

Purpose of the Job:
•    The role of the Worship Director is to serve the serve the Lead Pastor alongside Production Director in overseeing and coordinating the worship ministry at Vertical Church. The Worship Director takes on the responsibility of guarding the spiritual culture and character of the worship ministry and its contract musicians (“Staff”), Vertical Dream Team and other people or groups as assigned by the Worship Director.

Experience and Knowledge Required:
•    Ability to handle multiple projects effectively.
•    Excellent verbal and interpersonal skills.
•    Proficiency in Word, Excel and Power Point.
•    Ability to learn and use Church Community Builder software.
•    Ability to learn and use Planning Center Online software.
•    Proficiency in voice and piano or guitar.
•    Ability to carry worship experience in a solo format if needed.
•    Ability to create, coordinate and lead a worship experience with a team.
•    Excellent verbal and interpersonal skills.

Essential Functions and Responsibilities:
•    Worship Leader of Vertical Church.
•    Lead and manage the Vertical Worship Ministry.
•    Oversee the coordination of Vertical Worship Team fellowships.
•    Oversee the scheduling of all singers, songs, musicians, and rehearsals.
•    Oversee the structures and systems of Vertical Worship.
•    Plan and implement Vertical Worship projects and department goals.
•    Recruit and Grow Vertical Worship Team
•    Display Vertical Values

Other Duties and Responsibilities:
•    Team Care
•    Conduct research at other churches regarding their approach to worship/music ministry.
•    All other duties as assigned.

Attributes:
•    Positive attitude
•    Heart of a servant
•    Fun/enjoyable
•    Loyal
•    Share the vision of Vertical Church to fulfill the Great Commission with integrity and passion.
•    High capacity multi-task individual comfortable working independently without constant supervision.
•    Strong written/oral communication and interpersonal skills.
•    Highly self-motivated and directed.
•    Ability to effectively prioritize and execute tasks in a high-pressure environment.

Extent of Public Contact:
•    Daily contact with members of Vertical Worship Ministry.
•    Weekly contact with Lead Pastor and Production Director.

Supervisory Responsibilities:
•    Provide direct leadership, discipleship and management to Worship Team Leaders.


Contact
Ryan Brooks
ryanb@verticalnc.org
(919) 328-9293

November 20, 2014
Ministry, Non-Church
Campus Minister - Northeast Navigators
The Navigators
Full time
Boston, Massachusetts USA

The Navigators® is an international, interdenominational Christian ministry that helps people grow Christ who in turn will help others.  Having begun in 1933, the Navigators are currently in over 100 nations.  Navigators minister on college campuses, on military installations, among business & professionals, and among the urban poor.

The Northeast Collegiate Navigators seeks qualified candidates to join our regional staff team to reach students on secular campuses in New York and New England.

The Northeast hosts over 500 colleges and universities campuses.  Of the 1.8 million college students, it is estimated that less than 4% are committed followers of Jesus Christ. Countless opportunities abound for evangelism, discipleship and missions. Currently, the Northeast Navigators serve on 20 campuses and seek to expand their ministry reach.

Immediate openings at:

• University of Maine—Orono
• University of Vermont
• University of Massachusetts— Amherst
• Cornell University
• Dartmouth College
• Boston University
• New York University
• Yale University

Full-time, part-time, and bi-vocational positions are available commensurate with experience and willingness to raise financial support.


Contact
Mr. Craig Parker
craig.parker@mac.com
(603) 359-1776

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