Marriage Intensive Intake Specialist
Position title: Marriage Intensive Intake Coordinator
Status: Part-time salary based on 10hrs per week
Reports to: Executive Director
Description: The Marriage Intensive Intake Specialist is a valuable member of our ministry intake team; helping to fulfill our mission to help couples in crisis by sharing about and signing couples up to attend our Marriage Intensive Retreats. The Intake Specialist will alongside our Intake Coordinator and other Intake Specialists to aid the execution of our all “sales” related duties with regards to the Marriage Intensives. No lead generation is required – this is all follow-up with people reaching out to us. This position can be done remotely, expect for weekly in-person staff meetings on Tuesdays from 10am – noon.
~ Logging all prospect information into Trello
~ Sending and receiving Financial Payment Forms to couples
~ Intake and follow-up policies and procedures
~ Website maintenance – updates on openings and dates of intensives (in conjunction with IT staff)
~ Will personally be in contact with all couples inquiring about our Intensive program and follow-up with them appropriately
~ Will maintain our prospect database
~ In a Healthy Marriage
~ Must attend Staff Meeting in Elizabethtown Tuesdays in-person at 10am.
~ Strong Emotional Intelligence
~ Good listener
~ Willingness to talk about finances with couples
~ Strong emphasis on follow-up
~ Detail oriented (ability to keep our database accurate)
~ Background in business, sales, marketing and is also a plus
~ Phone / Email / Texting / Online Messaging Skills
~ Effective written and verbal communication skills
~ Ability to lead the discussions with a couple
~ Working in a team setting
~ Flexibility to interact with couples (there will be times you’ll need to make calls in the evening or over the weekend)
Not sure if our Marriage Intensives are the right fit for you? Download our quiz to find out.
We’ve helped couples of all different ages, stages, numbers of years married, re-married, educational, vocational and faith walk backgrounds. They come because they’ve “lost that loving feeling” due to the stresses and strains of jobs, kids, finances, pornography or unfaithfulness. Years of disillusionment and unresolved hurt have eroded their ability to communicate and emotionally connect.
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