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POSITION TITLE: Community Resource Director

Job Description


HOURS: 30 hours per week, Mondays 9-4 & Tuesdays-Thursdays 9:30-4

We are looking for someone to fill this role for at least the next 2 years.



You are outgoing, warm, confident, and humble. You have a thick skin but a tender heart when interacting with individuals from all walks of life. You are excited about equipping, empowering and encouraging moms and dads to embrace their new role. You are passionate about helping volunteers find and use their gifting. You desire to resource and equip volunteers to work alongside our clients. You are organized, self motivated, teachable, collaborative and a team player. You get excited when you think about what Care Net does and desire to partner with us for the long haul.



You have a clear testimony and profession of faith in Jesus Christ. You have experience serving in a volunteer or paid role in ministry. You exhibit an active pursuit of spiritual growth. You agree with Care Net of Missoula’s statement of faith and the implementation of our vision.



You desire to see the team win, and you leverage your talents and leadership to that end. You cultivate healthy work rhythms that make it possible to manage your family well. You are dependable and professional, and you exhibit follow through. You have an obvious passion and desire to minister to those God brings through our doors. You would never refer or advise a woman to obtain an abortion. You are able to uphold strict confidentiality.



  • High School Diploma or equivalent.

  • Experience in leading volunteer or paid staff.

  • Bachelor's degree in nursing, psychology, social work, counseling, or related work experience equivalent.



The Community Resource Director will report to the Executive Director.




  • Check-in with volunteers to encourage, equip, and make sure they have the clarity and tools needed to use their gifts well.

  • Manage Bright Course clients to encourage continued progress through our parenting classes.

  • Coordinate with the Nurse Manager to provide seamless, integrated care for each client with necessary resources and referrals.



  • Create and maintain volunteer training and retention programs focused on shepherding, on-going training, and encouragement.

  • Represent the clinic in the community as delegated by the Executive Director.



  • Review and update volunteer policies and procedures in coordination with the Executive Director.

  • Create and execute an annual volunteer appreciation plan.

  • Attend and help put on annual fundraising events including but not limited to (laugh for life, fall fundraiser, baby bottle drive, donor dinner, etc)

  • Attend the annual Care Net conference with the staff.



  • Pursue continuing education in life affirming best practices.

  • Work with the team to maintain physical and electronic client & volunteer records.

  • Update the team on potential expansions and updates in resources, referrals and material services that would further the organizational mission or be beneficial to our clients.

  • Stay up to date on the Bright Course curriculum.

  • Oversee volunteer onboarding and training. 

  • Maintain and  develop new working relationships with agencies, churches and organizations that refer clients or accept referrals from the center.



  • Help plan and participate in all Care Net initiatives and events.

  • Assist with office wide tasks as needed.

  • Perform other duties as assigned by the Executive Director.



Interested candidates can email their resume and letter of interest to:

Jennifier Bartlett - Executive Director

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