March 14, 2023

Director, Christians for Armenia

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by Josefa Gonzalez

The Philos Project is searching for a qualified Director to manage programming efforts for a new initiative called “Christians for Armenia.” This full-time senior management position offers a competitive salary, healthcare benefits, and a hybrid work structure based in NYC or DC. The Director will be responsible for the delivery and overall success of Christians for Armenia, setting strategy for advocacy efforts and network growth, leading fundraising and development, and promoting the core messages of Christians for Armenia through digital and in-person engagement. He or she will supervise a Chief of Staff to maintain the new initiative’s administrative and organizational health. The Director will work closely with the Executive Director of The Philos Project, the Advocacy Associate, and key research fellows with expertise in relevant regions. The Director will report directly to the Deputy Director and Executive Director.


Oversee the creation of a new 501c3 aimed at building a strong base of support for Armenia and Artsakh among America Christians
Initiate and set goals for core programming according to the strategic objectives of the organization
Plan programs, trips, and campaigns from start to completion involving deadlines, milestones, and processes
Develop and approve budgets and operations
Develop a strategy for fundraising and development in collaboration with Philos’ leadership team
Oversee Christians for Armenia media campaign that targets a wide variety of print, audio, video, and digital platforms
Act as a strategic thought partner to The Philos Project leadership team to ensure alignment with the mission of The Philos Project
Supervise (and delegate responsibilities to) a Chief of Staff who ensures the administrative needs of the organization are met
Ensure key deliverables are met within the first year:
Media campaign, international trip, project launch event, and church campaign
Act as the main representative and stakeholder for the organization and ensure consistent messaging and branding throughout the organization’s programs and presentations
Present Christians for Armenia to potential partners, stakeholders, allied organizations, and strategic network-building events


Four-year Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree preferred
Personal familiarity with the Christian faith
Preferred familiarity with Armenian history, culture, and identity
4 or more years of professional management experience or proven experience in developing a new program from inception
Excellent verbal and written communication skills with exceptional attention to detail
Excellent public speaking skills
Personal qualities of integrity, credibility, and a commitment to and passion for The Philos Project’s mission


Competitive salary and benefits offered.

To apply, please send a resume, cover letter, and writing sample to Caroline Walker at and Dan Harre at