Director of Communications 

About Veritas Content: We extend our impact through online resources and publishing—producing video and podcast content, cultivating a website, publishing books through our InterVarsity Press imprint, and curating other content for internal and external purposes.

Our YouTube channel has over 46,000 subscribers and over 1.5 million views annually; our website ( attracts over 515,000 views annually; and our podcast ranks among the top 10% in terms of average downloads. Our weekly content email reaches over 10,000 subscribers. We believe this represents a small fraction of our potential.

Description: As Director of Communications, a successful candidate will:

  • Communications. Be excited everyday to tell our stories through online and print mediums in a way that successfully engages a wide audience—students, faculty, donors, and more.
  • Marketing. Develop a strategy for online and print engagement that significantly increases user acquisition and engagement with our content, website, social media, podcast, etc.
  • Management. Identify and build a lean team of service providers, junior staff, and contractors, to build the technology, media components, and day-to-day content creation needed to execute the strategy.
  • Team-Oriented. Support all areas of the organization (e.g., development, labs, forums, etc.), working to discover and tell stories from various programs to various audiences.

Qualifications: A qualified applicant should:

  • Faith. Be a mature and growing Christian, with a passion for connecting the big questions of life with the person and story of Christ.
  • Education. Have a bachelor’s degree (at minimum).
  • Experience. Have 5+ years of relevant work experience, ideally in online publishing.
  • Skills. Demonstrate (a) expertise in online user acquisition and engagement, leveraging search engine optimization and other marketing practices, (b) experience building sustained and successful social media engagements at scale, (c) excellent written and verbal communication skills as well as strong analytical thinking and problem-solving capabilities.
  • Relationships. Have a track record of cultivating trust-based relationships that allow him/her to influence and mobilize colleagues and partners.
  • Interests. Enjoy (a) working in a fast-paced, mission-driven, performance-oriented culture, (b) being highly entrepreneurial and self-directed with the potential to experiment, pilot, and scale significant new areas of online engagement, and (c) ideas-driven cultural engagement that seeks to serve and shape the culture through the gospel
  • Travel. Ability to travel 5–10% of the year to work closely with Veritas partners.

For a full job description, click here. Interested persons should email a cover letter and resume to Questions are also welcome.

University Engagement Director 

We are recruiting for a University Engagement Director who will serve campus ministry and student partners to host Forums at universities across the country. This role will be based in one of the following cities: Chicago, IL; Washington, DC; New York, NY; or Cambridge, MA (with a preference for Cambridge, where Veritas HQ resides).

The University Engagement Director will lead Veritas’s University Forums and related activities at campuses across the country. He or she will work closely with the VP of Forums and other Veritas staff and advisors. Regular travel to campuses is required, and all costs will be covered.

In addition to participating in the broader strategic and operational work of Veritas, as needed, the University Engagement Director will have three main responsibilities:

    • Lead team development and event execution of Veritas Forums on 15—20 campuses (where we already work) each academic year
    • Continue to cultivate strong, trust-based relationships with campus ministers and students on their campuses and, where appropriate, regional staff
    • Act as an engagement “consultant,” guiding the campus team’s decisions on engagement approach, outreach strategy, and Forum components (e.g., presenters, topics, formats) that will best serve their campuses
    • Act as a bridge between the campus team and national resources, e.g., drawing on best practices, engaging with campus trends, recruiting speakers, etc.
    • Launch 5 Forums each year on new campuses (where Veritas has not hosted a Forum in the past 5 years) and engage with these new campuses in the same way as outlined above for existing campuses
    • Identify 5 strong individual partners on campuses who may be interested in becoming a Veritas Fellow


  • The ideal candidate will have at least 3-5+ years of relevant work experience and a track record of excellence in a campus ministry and/or private sector environment (e.g., event planning, start-up experience, Teach for America, consulting, etc.).

For a full job description, click here. Interested persons should email a cover letter and resume to Questions are also welcome.

Operations Director, Augustine Collective

We are actively recruiting for an Operations Director to help us take the Augustine Collective, a rapidly growing network of 350+ students and 25 publications on colleges across the US, to its next level of scale and effectiveness. As Ops Director, this person will have substantial opportunity to shape AC’s learning programs (e.g. conferences, retreats, seminars, mixed-media resources, etc.) to equip students to engage their campuses well and become the next generation of Christian voices in our culture.

We’re looking for someone who combines a passion for delivering excellent student learning outcomes with expertise in detail-oriented program management and operations. Specifically, the Ops Director will have responsibilities in the following core areas:

  • Program design and delivery: Working with the Director of the Augustine Collective, the Ops Director will use design principles (empathy interviewing, rapid prototyping, etc.) to co-create and refine user-oriented programs that deliver high-level training to students across the AC network.
  • Event planning and coordination. The Ops Director will directly manage event coordination and planning for AC training events, including our flagship winter conference, the fall and spring student leaders retreats, and the summer institute.
  • Systems and database management. The Ops Director will coordinate and grow the underlying systems that support the publication network around the year, including: the coaching schedule for all student editors, the schedule of training webinars, the physical and online databases of publications and articles, the database of student writers and program participants, etc.
  • Additional Veritas Labs support. The Ops Director may be asked to provide assistance on additional Veritas Labs projects (i.e. Veritas Academies) that work alongside the Augustine Collective to advance student learning and formation on campuses nationwide.

Qualifications: A qualified applicant should have 3+ years of relevant work experience in program management and/or event planning, ideally in the education sector. They should demonstrate (a) strong detail-oriented, program and systems management skills, ability to multi-task and coordinate a national-level program (b) excellent written and verbal communication skills as well as strong analytical thinking and problem-solving capabilities, bias to optimize and refine (c) ability to be self-directed with the potential to experiment, pilot, and scale significant new areas of programming.

For someone passionate to grow a program, this role offers opportunity to move into a more senior role as the program expands. Complete job description here. Interested persons should email a cover letter and resume to Questions are also welcome.

Office and Operations Manager

The Veritas Forum is recruiting for an Office and Operations Manager for our Cambridge headquarters. This role will combine administrative and operational responsibilities for a rapidly growing, geographically-dispersed organization.

This role is equal parts execution of day-to-day office and administrative needs, and building and implementing processes and systems to improve overall operational efficiency and effectiveness.

The role will lead the design and day-to-day execution of select administration, operations, finance and HR needs including:

  • Providing ongoing operational and administrative support for the North American Forums team, ensuring timely completion of contracts, payments of honorariums and team expenses, purchasing and distribution of forum supplies, managing presenter agreements, updating reporting data, and managing printing needs etc.
  • Providing targeted operations support to additional Veritas programs and functions (Europe, Veritas Cities, Development, etc.)
  • Working directly with Veritas’ accounting, finance, audit service and HR provider(s) to provide needed finance, accounting and HR information
  • Overseeing and ensure timely renewals of licenses, trademarks, registrations and accreditations
  • Executing planning and logistics for select team-wide functions (e.g., for staff summits, board meetings etc.)
  • Handling general office needs including assisting with developing policies and procedures, maintaining a usable archive of Veritas documents and resources, managing subscriptions and purchasing new equipment etc.
  • Hiring and overseeing part time intern(s) to provide additional support for program needs during Veritas’ busy seasons (e.g., winter and spring matching the academic calendar)

Though not the primary focus, this role may on occasion provide additional operations and administrative support for the Executive Director and senior team, including:

  • Helping plan and oversee the ongoing organizational calendar
  • Proactively reminding leadership and staff of timelines for budgeting, audits, staff reviews, monthly reports and board meetings etc.

For a full job description, click here. Interested persons should submit a cover letter and resume to Questions are welcome.