The International Pentecostal Holiness Foundation (IPHF) is seeking a skilled philanthropic leader with a demonstrated passion for the stewardship of God’s gifts and service to God’s people. The Foundation’s next executive director will serve as “relationship-builder in chief” of the IPHF as it seeks to realize a bold new vision and strategic direction in support of the beliefs, values, and ministries of the International Pentecostal Holiness Church. Primary among the objectives for growing the IPHF is the Foundation’s ability to promote contributions to the Foundation through philanthropic gifts and investments by local churches, church members, and others who care about the missions and ministries of the International Pentecostal Holiness Church (IPHC).
Working in partnership with the board of directors, the executive director will have overall responsibility for guiding IPHF’s operations and growth. He or she will be IPHF’s chief advocate, spokesperson, and representative given the opportunity to execute a philanthropic vision that will sustain and expand the IPHF’s commitment to the charitable needs of the International Pentecostal Holiness Church.
IPHC General Superintendent Doug Beacham states, “The person who will lead the IPH Foundation will be setting into place a significant financial platform for our future. I am very grateful we are at this door of opportunity.” According to Rev. Jim Whitfield, chairman of the Foundation board, “This is a pivotal moment in the future strength of the IPHC. We urge interested individuals to begin the interview process and help us move forward for the sake of souls and the kingdom of God.”
The executive director must be a person who has made a profession of faith in Christ Jesus and who shares the core values espoused by the International Pentecostal Holiness Church, Inc. Top candidates will be gifted relationship builders and strategists capable of bolstering confidence in the IPHF among the churches, clergy, laity, and leaders of the IPHC. The ideal candidate will have successful and verifiable experience in the cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of major and deferred gifts. In addition, the candidate must demonstrate a commitment to relationship-building that genuinely respects and honors the interests of donors seeking to achieve their own philanthropic goals.
The IPHF executive director can work virtually from any part of the United States. Extensive travel is required, including frequent trips to the IPHC’s headquarters in Oklahoma City and to various conferences and other denominational meetings.
The search is being conducted by Armstrong McGuire & Associates, a consulting and recruitment firm based in Raleigh, North Carolina. Review of candidates is underway and will continue until the position is filled. To view the complete position profile or to apply, visit www.armstrongmcguire.com/apply.
Since 2001, the International Pentecostal Holiness Foundation’s (IPHF) mission has been to offer financial services to International Pentecostal Holiness churches, ministry centers, missions, evangelism, discipleship, as well as the related ministries, institutions, and their staff. Governed by a 5-member board of directors and with more than $13 million in assets currently under management, IPHF envisions a philanthropic services program that will ignite extravagant generosity in support of the ministries and missions of the (IPHC). For more information on the IPHF and the IPHC, their mission, history, services, and relationship, please visit the www.iphc.org or www.iphfgiving.org.