Reports To: Executive Director – Meros Center
Status: Full-time, Salaried
Open until filled
The Operations Director (OD) of the Meros Center will be responsible for overseeing implementation of the strategic plan of the Center leading to successful execution of research, training, partnership, and innovation in the context of community health ministry. The OD will create systems and processes to build global research partnerships and guide high-quality training programs for organizational staff, church leaders, and students. The OD, if qualified, may serve as a visiting professor at Wisconsin Lutheran College to support this work. In every aspect, the OD will work alongside the Executive Director to ensure the Center is accountable to its holistic mission while ensuring the Great Commission remains the priority.
Meros staff agree to the Kingdom Workers’ statement of faith and Wisconsin Lutheran College purpose and philosophy. Meros collaborates with all faith-based entities and works from a biblical worldview. Kingdom Workers and Wisconsin Lutheran College are affiliated with the Confessional Evangelical Lutheran Conference.
The Meros Center is a joint venture between Kingdom Workers and Wisconsin Lutheran College. Meros exists to proclaim the full ministry of Jesus through faith-based health innovation. We are a research and training community for Christian health ministry organizations, researchers, and students. The Meros Center promises to be a community where relationships and research work together to create gospel-centered strategies that reflect the ministry of Jesus. We all have a part to play in showing God’s love and each of us have been given gifts and abilities to act as the body of Christ in this world. This is Meros. We want to transform communities through faith-based health and development partnerships that engage the spiritually lost, improve health, and equip believers for works of service. The Meros Center provides access to relevant research, evaluation tools, training, and connections that are often difficult to find. Health ministry initiatives are empowered to innovate and improve outcomes while increasing credibility in the broader health community. Students, volunteers, and health professionals receive training to implement and evaluate gospel-centered community health strategies both locally and globally. In this vibrant hub of networking and discovery, believers work together to holistically transform communities. The Meros Center values discipleship, curiosity, dignity for all, transparency, and learning.