CarePortal (CP), a ministry initiative of The Global Orphan Project (GO Project), is a connective technology platform uniting an interdenominational network of Christian churches collaborating with each other and child welfare systems for the good of children and families in crisis in their community. This network is supported by a team that develops relationships, infrastructure, and technology to empower each participating church. The goal is transformation in the lives of hurting children/families, the Church, and child welfare. Learn more at www.careportal.org.
CarePortal is currently seeking a Part-Time Regional Manager to oversee Atchison, Johnson, Leavenworth, and Wyandotte Counties in the Greater Kansas City Metro area.
This part-time key position on the CarePortal team will develop and maintain a network of child serving agencies as requesters, church and community responders, and Implementing Partners in their assigned county(ies). The Regional Manager’s primary focus is to facilitate training and support for church collaboration, agencies, and ministry partners in the region. This is done by developing and leading a CarePortal Team of community volunteers and church leaders, facilitating relationships within the CarePortal Network and monitoring the CarePortal platform to encourage and facilitate meaningful connections. This position is highly relational and requires strong communication and interpersonal skills. Prior knowledge and/or experience working collaboratively alongside the child welfare system is preferred. The Regional Manager is supported by the Area Director overseeing the assigned region.
Who is the Global Orphan Project?
The Global Orphan Project, Inc. is a Christian nonprofit ministry with a mission to break the orphan cycle through the power of community, commerce, and the love of Jesus Christ. We carry out our mission by equipping and empowering local churches to care for children and families in crisis. We are seeking candidates who understand and are enthusiastic about advancing our organizational mission.
The above description is not intended to be comprehensive, but rather a focused list of priorities. Success provides the opportunity to not only build a career, but also bring much-needed support and care to local children and families in crisis in the United States and around the world. Successful candidates, like all GO Project members, are expected to live and work consistent with GO Project’s vision, mission, and values.
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