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Transfaith seeking Editorial Consultant for six-month contract (POSITION FILLED)


  

Transfaith is looking for someone who will be excited to work closely with our growing organization as we prepare to expand our staff.

As Editorial Consultant, you will work closely with staff and volunteers while leading the development of both editorial content and the systems through which editorial content is developed. Scope includes both content and strategic development.

A full job description is available online.

THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED.

This is a 6 month developmental opportunity to prepare for a new staff hire. The editorial consultant may apply for the new permanent position once it has been designed. Details of the new position will depend on discernment about the program area, financial capacity of the organization, and identified staffing needs at that time.

Transfaith is a national, multi-tradition, multi-racial, multi-gender nonprofit organization that is led by transgender people and focused on issues of faith and culture, spirituality and philosophy.

Non discrimination policy: Transfaith is an equal opportunity employer. Non-Christians, women, people of color, non-binary and transgender-identified people are encouraged to apply.

To apply: Send resume and cover letter and relevant writing sample to office@transfaithonline.org. The cover letter should highlight experience working with multi-tradition, multi-racial, multi-gender values and communities, as well as any experience in dealing with content development or editorial processes.

Application deadline: End of Day September 28, 2016

  

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