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Our current openings are listed below. If you are interested in applying, please see the detailed application information contained in the job description.

Pendle Hill job opportunities

REPORTS TO: Dining Services Manager
GENERAL SUMMARY: The Sous Chef position shares in the responsibility for planning and cooking three meals a day, year round, for a community that varies in size from approximately 30 to 120 persons. The variance in the number of covers is due to our growing Conference Center business and our Short term Educational Programs.
DATE POSTED: 09/16/14
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POSITION: Bookkeeper
REPORTS TO: Director of Finance and Human Resources
GENERAL SUMMARY: The Bookkeeper is responsible for day-to-day bookkeeping, financial record keeping, cash receipts, cash disbursements, accounts payable, payroll, benefits administration and other financial management functions in the Business Office.
DATE POSTED: 09/09/14
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POSITION: Director for Advancement
REPORTS TO: Executive Director
SUPERVISES: Development Manager, Marketing Manager, Website Associate, Pamphlet Specialist, and Advancement Fellow
GENERAL SUMMARY: The Director of Advancement for Pendle Hill works with the Executive Director, senior staff members, and members of the Pendle Hill Board to expand and sustain a collaborative, organization-wide development and marketing effort.
One of the primary and over-arching responsibilities of the Director of Advancement is to facilitate and implement an advancement model that is “externally focused” – an office that is designed to be a primary point of interaction and engagement with Pendle Hill’s constituency. All internal operations will be designed to either directly or indirectly fulfill this primary obligation and purpose. To this end, the Director of Advancement is one of Pendle Hill’s primary representatives and a spokesperson relating to Pendle Hill’s many external constituents.
Pendle Hill is currently embarking on a capital campaign; specific responsibilities in this job description relate to that initiative. Upon completion of the campaign, duties and responsibilities of the Director of Advancement will shift to major donor work in a similar model as the campaign, and to other Advancement priorities.
DATE POSTED: 09/01/14
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POSITION:  Marketing Manager
REPORTS TO:  Director for Advancement
SUPERVISES: Website Associate
GENERAL SUMMARY:  The Marketing Manager works collaboratively and strategically with colleagues in the core program and service areas of Pendle Hill to determine current and emerging priorities and goals for the marketing and promotion of Pendle Hill – and to implement successful tactics to meet those goals. The manager crafts compelling messages regarding new and ongoing programs; identifies and reaches target audiences and successfully attracts new guests to campus for programs and services; uses media effectively, including social media, to raise the profile of Pendle Hill with new markets, while continuing to strengthen relationships with established constituents; makes effective use of resources to maximize impact while staying within budget.
DATE POSTED:  08/14/14
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POSITION:  Director of Education
REPORTS TO:  Executive Director
SUPERVISES: Education Coordinator, Young Adult Friends Conference Coordinator, Arts and Spirituality Teacher, adjunct faculty, and Friends in Residence (FIRs are long-term volunteers)
GENERAL SUMMARY:  The Director of Education is responsible for the successful delivery of all the educational programs and functions at Pendle Hill. The person in this role brings vision and ability to build programs and community while having active direct relationship with the support work involved. The work includes facilitation, planning, recruitment, implementation, outreach, assessment, budgetary oversight, promotion, assignment of scholarships, recordkeeping, supervision, and occasional teaching. Key among the areas of responsibility are: Lectures, Young Adult Friends Conference (YAFCon), a yearly month-long institute, Pendle Hill educational conferences that we design and deliver, weekend workshops and 5-day short courses, online learning (Learning Management System platform administration), encouraging opportunities for scholars on campus (including named scholarship recipients), and new programs as they are strategically developed. Additional function areas include the Library, Art Studio, Friends in Residence program, Chorus, and art exhibits.
DATE POSTED:  08/11/14
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Pendle Hill encourages the participation of all and seeks to appoint to its staff individuals of diverse backgrounds and to do so without discrimination on the basis of gender, race, color, age, sexual orientation or national origin.

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