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Employment — School

  • HESSTON COLLEGE seeks applicants for the following faculty positions: English, Biology, Disaster Management, Music and Theater. Qualifications: master’s degree and teaching experience; innovative spirit; strong student rapport; commitment to Christian higher education and the mission and values of Hesston College. Positions begin August 2015. Review of applications begins Jan. 20, 2015. Further position-specific information and application details at hesston.edu/employment. EOE. (1-2)
  • HESSTON COLLEGE seeks a Director of Development to play a key role in leading the overall development effort, including organizing the roles, responsibilities and processes of the development team to achieve maximum fundraising results. This is a full-time role with full benefits available and will report to the Vice President of Advancement. The Director of Development will plan, lead and supervise all aspects of fundraising for the annual student scholarship fund and help ensure Hesston College meets its annual fundraising goals. Highly personable, detail-oriented professionals seeking to work in a missional organization like Hesston College are encouraged to apply. Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field and prior experience in fundraising is preferred. Applicant must demonstrate a commitment to Christian higher education and the mission and values of Hesston College. Send letter of interest, resume and application to Sheri Esau, Administrative Assistant in Advancement, Hesston College, Box 3000, Hesston, KS 67062 or email sheri.esau@hesston.edu. Position begins in early 2015 and will remain open until filled. EOE. (1-2)
  • HESSTON COLLEGE seeks applicants for an Admissions Counselor. The counselor will develop and implement a recruitment plan, build relationships with prospects and applicants, telemarket, travel, and represent Hesston College at churches, high schools and recruitment events. Key requirements include strong communication, organizational, public speaking and relational skills, and familiarity with youth culture, social media, and ideally the Kansas region. Applicants must demonstrate a commitment to Christian higher education and the mission and values of Hesston College (www.hesston.edu/about/mission). Bachelor’s degree and prior attendance or deep knowledge of Hesston College is required. Position begins in early summer 2015. To apply, send a letter of interest, resume and application found at www.hesston.edu/employment to Rachel Swartzendruber Miller, VP of Admissions, Hesston College, Box 3000, Hesston, KS 67062 or email rachelsm@hesston.edu. Review of applicants begins immediately and continues until the position is filled. EOE. (1-2)
  • EASTERN MENNONITE University (EMU) invites qualified candidates to apply for a tenure-track, continuing faculty position of Assistant or Associate Professor of Restorative Justice and Peacebuilding to begin Fall Semester 2015. The faculty member will teach both graduate and undergraduate courses in restorative justice, conflict analysis and community assessment, design of interventions into conflicted relationships and systems, and basic skills for working with individuals and groups in conflict. Faculty member will work closely with a team in providing leadership in core courses, explore new courses and majors in the restorative justice field, and will engage in mentoring and supporting graduate students and traditional undergraduate students in practicums and professional fields. PhD and three to six years of field experience required. Application review begins February 2015. Some applicants will be asked to respond to questions specific to EMU’s mission after the initial inquiry. Send letter of application, curriculum vitae, transcripts (unofficial acceptable), and three letters of reference to: Dr. Jim Smucker, Vice President and Dean of Graduate Studies, Eastern Mennonite University, 1200 Park Road, Harrisonburg, VA 22802 or jim.smucker@emu.edu. For more information, visit our website: www.emu.edu/humanresources. EOE. (2)

Employment — General

  • MENNONITE-OWNED Internet retailer of Amish furniture in Sarasota, Fla., seeks director of sales and service. Experience in sales management required to supervise staff of ten. Must have bachelor degree. Compensation includes salary plus bonuses, benefits. To apply, send inquiry to ceo@jmxbrands.com. (26-2)
  • MENNONITE-OWNED Internet retailer of Amish furniture in Sarasota, Fla., seeks portfolio manager to manage broad groups of products. Internet marketing experience preferred. Must have bachelor degree. To apply, send inquiry to ceo@jmxbrands.com. (26-2)

For Sale – Books

  • SAILBOAT: Three couples, members of Park View Mennonite Church, jointly own a sailboat kept on the Chesapeake Bay. One couple needs to sell their share. See tinyurl.com/meander4sale. (2-4)

For Sale – Books

  • A.D. & ANNIE . . . Wenger/Lehman family stories. Hardcover, 480 pages, 200 photos. $49.95; postage $6 (U.S.). Order by check: Lois Lehman, 24 N Charlotte St., Lancaster, PA  17603. (2-4)

Available

  • PHOENIX MENNO Guest House Bed and Breakfast welcomes families and business guests coming to the Phoenix area. Call 623-847-0314 or email phxmennoguest@gmail.com. (20-3)
  • GRADUATE STUDENTS in Healthcare Professions: Mennonite Healthcare Fellowship (MHF) offers scholarship funding for Anabaptist students to learn and serve in cross-cultural mission/service settings in developing countries. Deadline for 2015-16 academic year is May 15, 2015. For details and application form, see http://mennohealth.org/SET, email info@mennohealth.org, or call 1-888-406-3643. (26-3)
  • NORTH NEWTON, Serenity Silo and Woodland Hideaway guest apartments, daily rentals. Email or call for brochures: vadasnider@cox.net, 316-283-5231. (17-3)

Employment – Church

  • FRANCONIA MENNONITE Church is seeking a full-time youth pastor to work with the senior high youth of our congregation (grades 9-12) as well as our junior high youth (grades 6-8). We are looking for someone with energy and enthusiasm who exhibits strong Christian character that demonstrates a close relationship with Christ. Responsibilities include teaching Sunday school and Bible studies, leading and organizing service trips and working with a team of sponsors to plan and organize events to challenge youth to commit their lives to Christ. Send resume to Franconia Mennonite Church, Attn: Monique Kratz, 613 Har­leys­ville Pike, Telford, PA 18969 or mkratz@franconiamennonite.org. A complete job description will be made available upon request by calling 215-723-3220. (2-4)

Service Opportunities

  • MENNONITE CENTRAL Committee seeks MCC Nigeria Representatives. This international leadership position oversees all aspects of MCC’s program in Nigeria with special focus on peacebuilding. More information at serve.mcc.org or inq@mcc.org. Resume and letter of intent due by Feb. 15. (2)

Realty Services

  • MOVING TO or from metro Phoenix, Ariz.? Active Adult 55-plus offerings: Two bedroom/two bath, 1,211 square feet in Sun City, $101,900; two bedroom/two bath, den, kitchen island, granite, 1,445 square feet in Pebblecreek gated community with walking trails, tennis, 45 hole golf course, $218,999; two bedroom/two bath, 1,884 square feet move-in ready gorgeous home in Westbrook Village, $269,900; buyer broker representation for new home purchases. Call or text F. Jay Shetler, Realtor, 602-527-9632, Century 21 Northwest Realty. (1-7)

Wanted

  • LOOKING FOR: Beverly Stutzman (maiden name), attended Hesston College 1967-69. Married Sam (not sure of his last name), has two sons. Trying to reconnect with Beverly. Please contact Margaret Lehman 717-533-6064 or email mlehman@pinnaclehealth.org. Thank you! (2-4)
  • THREE OR FOUR bedroom house or apartment to rent in the Goshen College area. Must be available by July or as soon as April. Keenan Wenger, 260-215-5693.(2-4)

Coming Events

  • ARE YOU an Anabaptist-Mennonite survivor of clergy or religious professional (teacher, therapist, or agency administrator) sexual abuse? Are you a survivor of incest or rape inside the Anabaptist-Mennonite community? Find support and education at SNAP’s annual conference in Arlington, Va., July 31-Aug. 2, 2015. Conference registration is $74.00 until Feb. 1. See www.snapnetwork.org for more details. (1-2)

Travel

  • VISIT EUROPE the Mennonite Way! Multiple Hotel Tours focusing on Mennonite-Anabaptist history in Holland, Belgium, Germany, Switzerland, Poland and Ukraine. Organized by Mennonite Her­itage Tours, www.mennoniteheritagetours.eu. (21-14)
  • 2015 HUTTERITE European Tour. A 19-day Hutterite Heritage Tour to Europe is scheduled for June 23 through July 11. We will visit the beautiful countries of Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Italy, Slovakia and the Netherlands. Gary Waltner, who grew up in the Freeman, S.D., community and has been living in Germany for many years, will be the tour leader. Sites of interest will include Mennonite churches, castles where Anabaptists were imprisoned and persecuted, the Menno Simons Monument, the birthplace of Jacob Hutter and the Anne Frank House. We will visit Kleinsasserhof, Hoferhof and Wurzhof from where the ancestors with these surnames originated. The tour will also include a visit to a monastery, a drive through the Black Forest, a Rhine River cruise and a canal tour of Amsterdam. The tour is sponsored by the Hutterite Mennonite Centennial Committee of Freeman, S.D., in cooperation with MTS Travel of Pennsylvania. For further information, please contact Ardelle Kleinsasser at 605-321-4541. (2)