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Job Openings

Development Director


SOUL is a pro-life Christian nonprofit ministry that provides support, mentoring, and housing assistance for pregnant and new moms in the South Carolina Lowcountry.


SOUL endeavors to create a safe haven that provides emotional support and spiritual encouragement as well as life management counseling, career skills, and financial assistance for expectant mothers.



  • Motivated self-starter who is able to work independently

  • Highly organized, detail oriented, and able to multitask multiple projects at a time

  • Good verbal communication and interpersonal skills; professional and personal

  • Good written communication skills

  • Able to stay calm and positive under pressure

  • Computer and internet literacy

  • Creative in new ideas, assessing what might work and what can be improved


Education and Experience

  • High School Diploma or GED required

  • Associates Degree or higher preferred.

  • Minimum one year experience in human services, nonprofit, social work, public health, business, marketing, graphic design, fundraising, and/or ministry preferred.


License Requirements

Must have a valid driver’s license and carry automotive insurance.


Summary of Main Duties:


Leadership & Relations

  • Represent the ministry in the community in a manner consistent with SOUL mission, vision, and faith-based values.

  • Respond to public connection requests within 1 business day.

  • Donor / volunteer personal communications, gratitude, and follow-up.


Volunteer Coordination

  • Bring potential volunteers through the application, screening, and initial training process.

  • Coordinate, recruit, and supervise non-mentor volunteers.



  • Plan, organize, lead, promote, and execute events:

    • Annual Tea with SOUL fundraiser

    • Other fundraisers

    • Volunteer Appreciation event


Community Awareness

  • Make ongoing intentional efforts to find new supporters (donors/volunteers) in the community

  • Represent SOUL at community events

  • Coordinate with SOULcial Media Volunteer and Executive Director on creative promotions


Tea Room

  • Research the legal processes and budget for opening and operating a Tea Room, pursuing opportunities as approved.

  • Research potential locations and resources within budget.

  • Provide leadership oversight for the development, recruitment, and initial implementation of the Tea Room.


Various administrative duties: spreadsheets, records, etc.


Starting Position:

  • Part-time at 10-15 hours per week (responding to public / SOUL nonprofit need)

  • Work from home, in SOUL office/storage, and in the community

Not your best role? A couple other options:


Volunteer for Now

Submit an application here: Volunteer with SOUL

Future Leadership Positions


If you'd like to be considered for future leadership positions at SOUL (staff or volunteer), please submit your resume and a letter of interest to Stefanie at

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