Our Ministry is Growing!
Austin Disaster Relief Network and Hope Family Thrift Store are looking for candidates to fill several important positions within our organizations. Join our teams, and work alongside like-minded individuals in a spirit-filled, Christian environment serving survivors of disaster, unifying churches of Greater Austin, and building infrastructure to advance our mission and vision. This is an exciting time to make an eternal impact by joining our team. Apply below for open positions.
All those who apply to work within our Christian ministry and organization must be in agreement with our Ethical Standards.
Volunteer Staff Positions...
We are looking for skilled and experienced volunteers who are able to serve in several unique areas within our organization. Click the button below to view these job listings and contact information.
Software Developer - Full Time Exempt
Austin Disaster Relief Network is looking for a full-time software developer to perform development, maintenance, and support of ADRN support systems. These systems provide a critical link between ADRN staff, volunteers, and survivors, ensuring we are providing appropriate services to survivors of disasters in an efficient and timely manner. The systems also serve as a portal for volunteer opportunities, training courses, and critical updates in times of disaster. We are looking for an individual with a creative spirit, an eye for design, and knowledge of backend database systems and infrastructure to drive us forward in the design and capabilities of these systems. Bring your creativity, ability, and drive to help us serve those impacted by disasters. Read the full listing. Email resumes to HR@ADRNTX.ORG.
Church Development Executive Administrator - Full Time Exempt
Reporting to the Associate Director (AD), the Executive Admin (EA) serves as an important
leadership team member. The EA is responsible for providing senior-level administrative duties for the AD, and providing support to the teams the AD works closely with, to help ensure organizational success at every level. This role is highly relational as well as highly administrative, as the EA will often act on behalf of the AD to church leadership, other Executive Staff, volunteers, and survivors. Read the full listing. Email resumes to HR@ADRNTX.ORG.
Shepherd Program Coordinator - Full Time Exempt
The Shepherd Program Coordinator’s (SPC) primary responsibility is to ensure that every ADRN registered family affected by disaster is sponsored by a church from the Greater Austin area of churches. This includes assuring the emotional, spiritual, and physical needs of survivors are met in a timely manner. The SPC reports to the Shepherd Program Manager. The SPC will be a key member of ADRN’s disaster response team, providing long-term recovery for families affected by disaster. Read the full listing. Email resumes to HR@ADRNTX.ORG.
Training Director - Full Time Exempt
Reporting to ADRN Network Development Operations Director, the Training Director (TD) serves as a key leadership team member and an active participant in making strategic decisions affecting ADRN’s Training program. The TD’s main objective is to oversee training personnel, platforms, content and materials, training event planning and coordination (including securing training facilities,) manage training calendars, coach and support class trainers and core teams, train and lead a team of administrative volunteers, inventory management, and collaborate with other ADRN departments and stakeholders to accomplish strategic initiatives for the Training Department. Read the full listing. Email resumes to HR@ADRNTX.ORG.
Executive Administrative Assistant - Full Time Exempt
Reporting directly to the Executive Director (ED), the Executive Administrator provides executive support in a one-on-one working relationship. The EA serves as the primary point of contact for internal and external constituencies on all matters pertaining to the ED. The EA also serves as a liaison to the board of directors, executive leaders, and senior management teams; organizes and coordinates executive outreaches and external relations efforts; and oversees special projects. The EA must be creative and enjoy working within a God-centered, prayer environment that is mission-driven, and family and community-oriented. The ideal individual will have the ability to exercise spirit-led judgment in a variety of situations, with strong written and verbal communication, administrative, and organizational skills, and the ability to maintain a realistic balance among multiple priorities. The EA will have the ability to work independently on projects, from conception to completion, and must be able to work under pressure at times to handle a wide variety of activities and confidential matters with discretion. Read the full listing. Email resumes to HR@ADRNTX.ORG.
Volunteer Development Director - Full Time Exempt
The Volunteer Development Director designs, plans, and directs the volunteer program to support response and recovery operations, mission-critical CORE Teams ( CISM, CERT, Chaplain), Field Operations), the augmentation of the services of regular staff. The Volunteer Development Director oversees Basic Training implantation and provides oversight to the CISM, CERT, and Chaplain CORE Team. The volunteer program led by the Volunteer Development Director ensures that internal departments and core teams are able to request and obtain trained volunteers required to carry out their functions during both non-deployment mode (NDM) and deployment mode (DM). The volunteer program must ensure that ADRN’s volunteers are kept informed of opportunities within ADRN and to notify and activate trained volunteers to accomplish ADRN’s mission and vision. The Volunteer Development Director reports to the Chief Operations Officer (COO) during non-deployment mode (NDM) and to the Field Operations Manager (FOM) during deployment mode (DM). Read the full listing. Email resumes to HR@ADRNTX.ORG.