Podcast and Video Producer

At Veritas, we don’t just host events; we create conversations that shape people’s thinking —and hiring the right podcast and video producer is key to making that happen!

We believe this role will place you in a high-energy environment with some of the most talented individuals in the industry, where you’ll be inspired to use your gifts to start conversations that matter all over the world. Although Veritas was founded in 1992, we operate like a scrappy startup trying to solve difficult problems, sprint quickly, and scale globally.

We want you to imagine what you could do here. At Veritas, new ideas have a way of becoming extraordinary programs quickly. We need a podcast and video producer who loves to think big and strategically but who also loves to be in the trenches. This is a role for someone who wants to help create something big and important for the world and who isn’t phased by the amount of work it’s going to take.

What You’ll Do:

  • Produce a weekly podcast episode. You’ll conceptualize programming—pitch and research ideas with curiosity-driven angles, book and prepare hosts and guests, construct segments and provide clear scripts, edit and score episodes.
  • Produce videos. You’ll receive, edit, and upload videos and clips from our campus partners; you’ll produce original video interviews with our speakers, researching content and preparing guests and hosts; you’ll create clips for social content from our videos; and you’ll work with freelancers to make video production happen.
  • Be superbly responsive. You’ll work closely with our team and campus partners to ensure that our content is accurate, timely, and trusted.
  • Collaborate with the Content team. Alongside the Content team, you’ll plan strategic content development, propose new and original ideas for timely and relevant content, and learn what types of content do well on different social media platforms.
  • Use data to inform our production strategy. You’ll know and track the right metrics, analyze what works, adjust where necessary, and share your findings.
  • Embrace an entrepreneurial mindset. You’ll be a self-motivated self-starter who comes up with new ideas, seeks to solve problems, takes risks, and tests solutions.
  • Be a team player. Serve colleagues and their program areas (e.g., Forums, Augustine Collective, Development, Riff, etc.) with a positive, proactive, problem-solving attitude, and complete additional duties as identified and assigned.
  • Ensure that all journalistic and legal standards are followed at all times.
  • Challenge assumptions. You’ll ask questions to understand a perspective and are comfortable respectfully challenging assumptions. You’re not turned off by constructive conflict to get to the right answer.
  • Own your outcomes. You’ll set clear, ambitious goals, anticipate obstacles, persevere, and hold yourself accountable for your commitments.
  • Get better every day. You’ll welcome the gift of feedback, never settle in your quest to grow and develop, and make our organization stronger.

What You’ll Bring:

  • 3+ years experience as an editor or producer for film, television, online, or music
  • A passion for Christ grounded in the regular disciplines of Bible study, prayer, and fellowship with other believers in the context of a local church, and a mature and growing faith evidenced by the fruit of the Spirit in your life
  • Proficiency in all relevant video and podcast production/publication tools and platforms (e.g., YouTube, Zencastr, iTunes, ProTools, etc.)
  • The perspective of a voracious learner who loves asking life’s big questions, embraces curiosity, and is well-versed in philosophy (preferably)
  • A highly organized and dogged approach to book, schedule, and catalog video and podcast production
  • A portfolio that demonstrates an instinct for compelling conversations and inventive approaches to storytelling and/or thought leadership
  • An ability to adapt well in changing situations and environments
  • Familiarity with using data to guide a strategy
  • A “just figure things out” attitude that invents ideas to accomplish our objectives
  • Exceptional communication skills (oral and written)
  • An ability to multitask and prioritize ruthlessly

Other Information:

  • This role reports to the VP of Forums and Content, Bethany Jenkins.
  • Preferred candidates are based in one of the following cities: Chicago, IL; Washington, D.C.; New York, NY; or Boston, MA (with a strong preference for Boston).
  • Compensation is commensurate with experience.

For a full job description, click here. Please send your resume and cover letter to burgundee@veritas.org . Your cover letter should tell us why you’re a great fit for Veritas and why Veritas is a great fit for you.


Social Content Strategist

We’re looking for a creative, social-obsessed individual to build our social content. Do you love connecting with people and telling stories? Do you always think of the right words (images, GIFs, emojis, or memes)? Do you value good content and making sure it gets out in the world? If your answers are yes , we want to meet you!

We believe this role will place you in a high-energy environment with some of the most talented individuals in the industry, where you’ll be inspired to use your gifts to start conversations that matter all over the world. Although Veritas was founded in 1992, we operate like a scrappy startup trying to solve difficult problems, sprint quickly, and scale globally.

We want you to imagine what you could do here. At Veritas, new ideas have a way of becoming extraordinary programs quickly. We need a social content strategist who loves to think big and strategically but who also loves to be in the trenches. This is a role for someone who wants to help create something big and important for the world and who isn’t phased by the amount of work it’s going to take.

What You’ll Do:

  • Develop social media campaigns that grow our community. You’ll follow the latest trends and think creatively about online affiliation and engagement.
  • Plan, write, and publish all social media updates across our networks. You’ll make sure our social presence reflects our brand, voice, and values.
  • Be superbly responsive. You’ll work closely with our team and campus partners to ensure that our content is accurate, timely, and trusted.
  • Collaborate with the Content team. Alongside the Content team, you’ll plan strategic content development, propose new and original ideas for timely and relevant content, and learn what types of content do well on different social media platforms.
  • Use data to inform our social media strategy. You’ll know and track the right metrics, analyze what works, adjust where necessary, and share your findings.
  • Embrace an entrepreneurial mindset. You’ll be a self-motivated self-starter who comes up with new ideas, seeks to solve problems, takes risks, and tests solutions.
  • Be a team player. Serve colleagues and their program areas (e.g., Forums, Augustine Collective, Development, Riff, etc.) with a positive, proactive, problem-solving attitude, and complete additional duties as identified and assigned.
  • Challenge assumptions. You’ll ask questions to understand a perspective and are comfortable respectfully challenging assumptions. You’re not turned off by constructive conflict to get to the right answer.
  • Own your outcomes. You’ll set clear, ambitious goals, anticipate obstacles, persevere, and hold yourself accountable for your commitments.
  • Get better every day. You’ll welcome the gift of feedback, never settle in your quest to grow and develop, and make our organization stronger.

What You’ll Bring:

  • 3+ years experience managing social media for a brand, company, or organization
  • A passion for Christ grounded in the regular disciplines of Bible study, prayer, and fellowship with other believers in the context of a local church, and a mature and growing faith evidenced by the fruit of the Spirit in your life
  • Proficiency in all relevant social media platforms (e.g., Twitter, Instagram, etc.)
  • A highly organized and dogged approach to create and produce social content
  • A portfolio that demonstrates an instinct for “speaking social”—for creating compelling, inventive, and engaging social content
  • The perspective of a voracious learner who loves asking life’s big questions, embraces curiosity, and is well-versed in philosophy (preferably) – An ability to adapt well in changing situations and environments
  • Familiarity with using data to guide a strategy
  • A “just figure things out” attitude that invents ideas to accomplish our objectives
  • Exceptional communication skills (oral and written), especially in 140-280 characters
  • An ability to multitask and prioritize ruthlessly

Other Information:

  • This role reports to the VP of Forums and Content, Bethany Jenkins.
  • Preferred candidates are based in one of the following cities: Chicago, IL; Washington, D.C.; New York, NY; or Boston, MA (with a strong preference for Boston).
  • Compensation is commensurate with experience.

For a full job description, click here. Please send your resume and cover letter to burgundee@veritas.org . Your cover letter should tell us why you’re a great fit for Veritas and why Veritas is a great fit for you, as well as any links to relevant social media accounts you have run.


Lead Event Strategist

Our first event—the Forum—was hosted at Harvard in 1992, and it remains our flagship program. Today, however, we host many other events—from faculty training sessions to intimate salon discussions to large city-based dialogues—and we need someone who can both strategize and execute our top-level events. The right candidate will do more than just manage logistics; he or she will be in tune with how events can propel our growth and vision.

We believe this role will place you in a high-energy environment with some of the most talented individuals in the industry, where you’ll be inspired to use your gifts to start conversations that matter all over the world. Although Veritas was founded in 1992, we operate like a scrappy startup trying to solve difficult problems, sprint quickly, and scale globally.

We want you to imagine what you could do here. At Veritas, new ideas have a way of becoming extraordinary programs quickly. We need an event strategist who loves to think big and strategically but who also loves to be in the trenches. This is a role for someone who wants to help create something big and important for the world and who isn’t phased by the amount of work it’s going to take.

What You’ll Do:

  • Innovate event programming. You’ll imagine what new events might further our mission and vision, streamline and simplify our campus events, and design custom, one-of-a-kind experiences for students, faculty, and other thought leaders.
  • Deliver remarkable event experiences that meet objectives and exceed expectations. You’ll create event concepts, select venues, set and manage budgets, organize lodging and transportation, co-create (alongside the Content team) event marketing and amplify brand awareness, manage event timelines, coordinate technical aspects, negotiate with vendors, process invoices, manage risk, and evaluate event effectiveness.
  • Use data to inform our event strategy. You’ll know and track the right metrics, analyze what works, adjust where necessary, and share your findings.
  • Embrace an entrepreneurial mindset. You’ll be a self-motivated self-starter who comes up with new ideas, seeks to solve problems, takes risks, and tests solutions.
  • Be a team player. Serve colleagues and their program areas (e.g., Forums, Augustine Collective, Development, Riff, etc.) with a positive, proactive, problem-solving attitude, and complete additional duties as identified and assigned.
  • Challenge assumptions. You’ll ask questions to understand a perspective and are comfortable respectfully challenging assumptions. You’re not turned off by constructive conflict to get to the right answer.
  • Own your outcomes. You’ll set clear, ambitious goals, anticipate obstacles, persevere, and hold yourself accountable for your commitments.
  • Get better every day. You’ll welcome the gift of feedback, never settle in your quest to grow and develop, and make our organization stronger.

What You’ll Bring:

  • 3+ years experience in event management or hospitality
  • A passion for Christ grounded in the regular disciplines of Bible study, prayer, and fellowship with other believers in the context of a local church, and a mature and growing faith evidenced by the fruit of the Spirit in your life
  • Technical event experience, e.g., basic A/V, stage and lighting knowledge
  • An orientation toward process with a deep love for organization and details
  • A highly organized and dogged approach to project and event management
  • Superior interpersonal and communication (oral and written) skills
  • Critical and strategic thinking with the ability to evaluate every aspect of an event
  • A portfolio that demonstrates an instinct for professional event execution and inventive approaches to event planning, management, and creation
  • An ability to adapt well in changing situations and environments
  • Familiarity with using data to guide a strategy
  • A “just figure things out” attitude that invents ideas to accomplish our objectives
  • An ability to multitask and prioritize ruthlessly

Other Information:

  • This role reports to the VP of Forums and Content, Bethany Jenkins.
  • Preferred candidates are based in one of the following cities: Chicago, IL; Washington, D.C.; New York, NY; or Boston, MA (with a strong preference for Boston).
  • Compensation is commensurate with experience.

For a full job description, click here. Please send your resume and cover letter to burgundee@veritas.org . Your cover letter should tell us why you’re a great fit for Veritas and why Veritas is a great fit for you.


Development Coordinator

We’re looking for a detail-oriented, execution-obsessed individual to help Veritas engage and grow our cohort of funding partners. Do you love crossing items off of your to-do list? Do you value a beautifully composed letter? Do you enjoy managing multiple projects concurrently? If your answers are yes, we want to meet you!

We believe this role will place you in a high-energy environment with some of the most talented individuals in the industry. You’ll be inspired to use your gifts to help grow Veritas as we start conversations that matter all over the world. Although Veritas was founded in 1992, we operate like a scrappy startup trying to solve difficult problems, sprint quickly, and scale globally.

We want you to imagine what you could do here. God has brought many faithful funding partners to our work. We work hard to steward those relationships well, while also introducing new partners to our mission. We need an execution-oriented tactician to help us do all of this with world-class excellence and professionalism. This is a role for someone who wants to help create something big and important for the world and who isn’t phased by rolling up their sleeves to do the tactical work required to make that possible.

What You’ll Do:

  • Manage our donor information system, making sure we can connect with and serve our donors with excellence, each and every time
  • Receive, process and receipt gifts to Veritas
  • Compose donor communications, fundraising collateral, and grant applications and reports that tell the Veritas story with clarity and conviction
  • Help us identify new and future donors by analyzing data and performing research to help Veritas sustain a robust funding partner pipeline
  • Manage our monthly reporting, helping assess our team’s performance and to change course where needed
  • Help design and execute events that enable current and future partners to connect with, and be inspired by, the Veritas mission
  • Be a team player; serve colleagues with a positive, proactive, problem-solving attitude, and complete additional duties as identified and assigned. (e.g., managing the development team calendar, keeping the team on task, helping book travel on occasion etc.)
  • Embrace an entrepreneurial mindset; you’ll be a self-motivated self-starter who comes up with new ideas, seeks to solve problems, takes risks, and tests solutions
  • Challenge assumptions; you’ll ask questions to understand a perspective and show comfort respectfully challenging assumptions. You’re not turned off by constructive conflict to get to the right answer
  • Get better every day; you’ll welcome the gift of feedback, never settle in your quest to grow and develop, and make our organization stronger

What You’ll Bring:

  • 2+ years experience in a professional, performance-driven company or organization
  • A passion for Christ grounded in the regular disciplines of Bible study, prayer, and fellowship with other believers in the context of a local church, and a mature and growing faith evidenced by the fruit of the Spirit in your life
  • Strong organizational, problem-solving and project management skills, precise attention to detail, high standards for the quality of deliverables, an understanding of the importance of deadlines and the ability to complete multiple tasks under pressure.
  • An ability to adapt well in changing situations and environments
  • A “just figure things out” attitude that proactively adapts to accomplish our objectives
  • Exceptional communication skills (oral and written)
  • An ability to multitask and prioritize ruthlessly
  • Proficiency in office software, including Word and Excel

Other Information:

  • This role reports to the VP of Development and will work closely with the rest of the development team
  • This role is based in Boston, MA
  • Compensation is commensurate with experience

For a full job description, click here. Please send your resume and cover letter to Jessica.Presley@veritas.org. Your cover letter should tell us why you’re a great fit for Veritas and why Veritas is a great fit for you.


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 jobs@veritas.org. Questions are welcome.


Video Archivist Intern: Paid Student Internship in January 2019

The Veritas Forum seeks to hire a Video Archivist Intern to watch, catalog, classify, archive, and upload Veritas Forum videos. The internship is paid ($13/hour), time-bound (ideally, four weeks in January 2019), and based at Veritas’s Boston headquarters (Downtown Crossing).

A qualified applicant should:

  • Be a mature, growing Christian with a passion for God and a life marked by the Spirit
  • Be currently pursuing a bachelor’s degree
  • Be able to transfer video files from various media formats to YouTube
  • Exhibit a professional demeanor and a positive, collaborative attitude
  • Have strong organizational and problem-solving instincts
  • Pay attention to detail with a high personal standard for quality of deliverables
  • Demonstrate excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Be proficient with Google Drive (e.g., Docs, Sheets)
  • Have video editing experience (preferred but not required)

For a full job description, click here. Interested students should email resumes to burgundee@veritas.org . Questions welcome.