The state’s largest shelter and solution based ministry for the homeless in Oklahoma is recruiting a Christ-centered individual to lead its ministry of changing lives and ending the cycle of homelessness through a solution-based program. The selected candidate will oversee a $6 million ministry, 35 staff members, cultivate relationships with leaders, donors, and churches throughout the city, and provide solutions to end homelessness to more than 5,000 men, women, and children each year.
The President is responsible for serving as the spokesperson for the Mission; leading and inspiring a team of co-workers devoted to serving the homeless and impoverished, and to foster a Christ-honoring organization that exemplifies transparency, integrity and accountability.
Statement of Faith:
CRM considers every position one of ministry. Therefore, it is essential that the President, like all other employees, has a personal relationship with Jesus Christ and subscribes to the Mission’s Statement of Faith. The President must also be willing to lead and/or participate in chapel service and prayer with the clients, public events and throughout our community.
In conjunction with the Executive Team and the Board, the President creates and communicates the vision, purpose, and objectives of the Mission to staff, board members, volunteers, media and our community. The President encourages individuals, churches and businesses to embrace and support the Mission’s vision.
The President oversees the establishment and implementation of ministry services to foster the transformation of lives by developing a relationship with Christ, ending addictions, and gaining the knowledge and skills necessary in assisting the client to regain self-sufficiency.
The President oversees fundraising activities and securing the required resources, both financial and material. The President is also responsible for developing relationships with churches, businesses, community leaders and individuals to foster community support and financial stability.
The President is responsible for protecting and cultivating the assets of the ministry, to include the development of professional staff, operation within approved budgets, and adherence to all financial policies established by the board.