Are you interested in joining us in standing for faith, family, and freedom in Texas? Do you share our passion for securing religious liberty, protecting marriage and family, and defending the unborn?

The Texas Values team is seeking motivated individuals for a Communication Associate position, Director of Church Ambassador Network position, Internships and other volunteer opportunities for our growing efforts.

 

Communication Associate

Status: Full Time Employment

Summary:

Communications Associate is responsible for the creations, execution and grow of Texas Values’ presence in traditional media and social/new media.

Essential Job Functions:

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

Preferred Education and Experience:

Interested parties should email a resume and cover letter to [email protected] with the subject line “Communications Associate”

 

Director of Church Ambassador Network

Status: Full Time Employment

Summary:

The Director of the Church Ambassador Network (CAN) is a relationship maker. They work to fulfill the overall mission of Texas Values and to inspire the Church to engage government for the advance of God’s kingdom. They are the facilitator between the shepherds of God’s Church and the shepherds of God’s government. Coordinating with the elections and policy team, they work to build relationships that will not only help government carry out justice, but will also further the Gospel throughout the halls of government. It is essential the director has strong relationships with both pastors and elected officials that are centered around the Great Commission.

Pastor/Church Outreach

Development

Events and Promotion

Ambassador Network Objectives
To support the Texas Values mission through partnerships with pastors and churches across the state of Texas. The first objective being encouraging pastors to build intentional relationships with governing leaders with a goal of sharing the Gospel, making disciples, and promoting justice and righteousness in their personal and public lives. The second encouraging pastors to equip their congregation with biblical truths on government and societal issues of the day.

Reporting & Measurables
The Director of the Church Ambassador Network shall be prepared report to the president and vice president on the number of churches and pastors engaged with Texas Values across the state of Texas. And shall report specifically on the involvement of pastors in the civic and legislative process as measured by visits to governing leaders. The Director shall also track the giving of churches to the CAN with a goal of full support from churches.

Schedule & Availability
The Director of the Church Ambassador Network is a full-time position with normal working hours of 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday with occasional travel required at other times for events or outreach.

Interested parties should email a resume and cover letter to [email protected] with the subject line “Director of Church Ambassador Network”

 

Internships

Texas Values is seeking motivated university, graduate, and law school students to intern in our Austin office (or remotely with special approval) who have a passion to promote biblical values and have a desire to learn more about law, public policy and the political process in Texas.

Responsibilities of Interns:

Qualifications:

Interested parties should email a resume and cover letter to [email protected] with the subject line “Internship”. Internships are not paid, but we are available to assist you if necessary to secure academic credit.

 

Volunteer

Texas Values is seeking interested individuals that would like to volunteer time in our Austin office who have a passion to promote biblical values.

Volunteer Needs:

If you are interested in volunteering at our Austin office, please email [email protected] with the subject line “Volunteer”. Please provide information on your background and your availability to volunteer.