A Bachelor’s degree is required.
Juris Doctor, J.D., degree preferred.
Equivalent years of experience may substitute for education requirement.
Four (4) years of public policy, government relations or related experience monitoring legislative and regulatory issues is preferred.
Two (2) years of advocacy experience preferred.
Two (2) years of supervisory/management experience with increasing responsibility preferred.
Equivalent years of education may substitute for experience requirement.
When you join Immanuel, it's not for the benefits, the t-shirts, or the food (all of which there are plenty). You join Immanuel to work with people who will change your life. Together, our mission is to provide Christ-centered services to seniors, the community, and each other. Since our founding in 1887, we have blazed the trail by believing every person, resident, participant, and staff member deserves dignity regardless of creed, race, or identity.
Immanuel is built on the idea that you should love what you do, have balance in life, work with the best talent available, and experience a nonprofit culture that values people over profit. We invest in our people, immerse ourselves in our communities, and ensure every person has a voice that is heard. We will challenge you to do the right thing in every situation, and we expect you to hold us to the same. We expect the best, and so should you.
The secret behind our plethora of multi-year tenured employees (some as long as 25 years) is our desire for you to come here and make your mark on Immanuel. Innovate, participate, experience our dedication to serve others, and work with people who will make your work life meaningful.
If you want to work in a culture that values Compassion, Honor, Relationships, Integrity, Service, and Teamwork, our doors are open. Immanuel is the place for you.