The Northeast Collegiate Navigators seeks qualified candidates to join our regional staff team to reach students for Christ on secular campuses in New York and New England.
Long term openings at:
New York University
University of Maine—Orono
University of Massachusetts— Amherst
University of Southern Maine
University of Vermont
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Full-time, part-time, and bi-vocational positions are available commensurate with experience and willingness to raise financial support.
The Navigators (www.navigators.org) is an international, interdenominational missions organization. The Navigators is dedicated to training and walking with believers in Christ who will in turn do the same with others through authentic, purposeful relationships.
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. The Northeast Navigators serve on 20 campuses and seek to expand their ministry reach. Leadership, training and team-based structure provided.
An ideal applicant would have at least three years of work experience or graduate studies (post bachelors degree) and a demonstrated track record of significant achievement and leadership within their professional and/or academic career.
He or she would have a strong Biblical background, a proven commitment to evangelism and discipleship, and the ability to adapt to the culture of a college campus. In terms of work style, the candidate would need to be a self-starter, with the motivation to own tasks and work independently, but also the ability to collaborate effectively with others.
Strong personal motivation to invest in the vision and mission of The Navigators is highly valued, so candidates must be mature and growing Christians, with an understanding of campus ministry, a passion for connecting students with the person of Christ, and a grasp of the strategic role of the university in our culture.
Professional profiles of top candidates might include experienced youth or campus ministers; associate pastors, educators, engineers, business or non-profit leaders or strategy consultants.
Prior to long-term appointment with a campus ministry, candidates are required to complete at least two years of residential ministry training with a senior staff trainer. Current training locations include Boston University, New York University, University of Southern Maine, UMASS—Amherst, University of Vermont, and Yale University.
To apply for a position please submit a ministry resume and letter of inquiry to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
The Navigators began in 1933 with a simple aim to help others to know and follow Jesus Christ. More than 4,600 staff members of 70 nationalities serve in over 100 countries, over 170 languages, and among 220 peoples.
Navigators are equipped to disciple students, military personnel, businessmen and women, church leaders, inner-city families, and new believers from all walks of life to follow Christ as they navigate through life.
The International Calling of the Navigators:
To advance the Gospel of Jesus and His Kingdom into the nations through spiritual generations of laborers living and discipling among the lost.
The Core Values of the Navigators:
1. The passion to know, love, and become like Jesus Christ.
2. The truth and sufficiency of the Scriptures for the whole of life.
3. The transforming power of the Gospel.
4. The leading and empowering of the Holy Spirit.
5. Expectant faith and persevering prayer rooted in the promises of God.
6. The dignity and value of every person.
7. Love and grace expressed among us in Community.
8. Families and relational networks in discipling the nations.
9. Interdependent relationships in the Body of Christ in advancing the Gospel.