Ravi Zacharias International Ministries seeks to reach and challenge those who shape the ideas of culture with the credibility and the beauty of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. To questions of the skeptic and the believer we offer an apologetic – we give an answer – to the counter claims of secularism and other worldviews. We address the intellectual and existential assumptions of our culture, realizing that for some, the door to the heart is through the mind, and for others through the imagination. Our vision is threefold: evangelism, apologetics and training. One of the great losses of our time is critical thinking and RZIM is committed to reaching this generation around the world. We seek to remove the barriers to the cross for the skeptic and we prepare Christians to give a reason for the hope within. If you would like to be part of this effort, consider whether your skills and calling match any of the open positions listed here. All positions are regular, full-time jobs unless noted otherwise.

If you are interested in applying for a position please submit your resume and complete the RZIM Application for Employment and send these both to [email protected].

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We are currently looking to fill the following position(s):

Research Coordinator, Zacharias Institute


To serve and assist the Zacharias Institute and the US Speaking Team through research, critical analysis, and writing.

The Research Coordinator reports to the Director, Zacharias Institute.

The Research Coordinator works closely with the Director of the Zacharias Institute, as well as the Assistant Director and the Dean of Studies.


    • Assist in guiding the research focus of the Zacharias Institute’s Academy In-Sight: A National Summit for Campus Ministry Leaders, to be held in February 2018.
      • Research the state of Christianity on university campuses in the U.S.—percentage of Christians in the student body, university evangelism efforts, concerns raised by participating campus ministries, students’ common objections to Christianity, etc.—and write a comprehensive brief on your findings, to be distributed to speakers and participants prior to the summit.
      • After the summit, produce a paper outlining the primary focus and outcome of the conference—popular questions, ideas for strategic evangelism, overall conclusions, etc.
    • Provide research support for other conferences and programs of the Zacharias Institute.
    • Produce written content and assist in curricular design for resources of the Zacharias Institute, including pre-program manuals and post-program material for continued learning.
    • Draft written content for website and marketing communications.
    • Assist in turning Zacharias Institute talk content into written articles.
    • Critically review the arguments and findings of articles, academic journals, books, etc. for use in internal and external speaking engagements and/or publications on behalf of the Zacharias Institute.
    • Provide research support to the RZIM US Speaking Team, as requested by the Director or Assistant Director.
    • Attain appropriate permissions for the use of copyrighted materials.
    • Respond to emails pertinent to current research projects or requiring research expertise on behalf of the Zacharias Institute.
    • Take the initiative to be conversant with key apologetic issues of the day.
    • Assist in other areas as needed, under the discretion of the Director or Assistant Director.
    • Take an active part in the devotional life of the team.


    • Must be in agreement with and committed to upholding RZIM’s Statement of Faith and Statement of Values, as well as its stated Mission and Vision
    • Must have a broad knowledge and understanding of various theological issues and practice discernment
    • Strong, effective written and spoken communication skills with an ability to communicate cross-culturally with an internationally diverse team
    • Must be a team player and be willing to receive and act on direction
    • Evidence of and a commitment to practice a high level of confidentiality
    • Must have organizational skills and ability to focus on strategic areas of responsibility
    • Must be proactive in learning new ideas and procedures that may be required as the ministry grows

    • Bachelor’s Degree required; Master’s Degree in relevant field preferred (Theology, Philosophy, Religion, etc.)

Employment Type:  Employee

Employment Status: Full-time, Exempt

Relocation Assistance:  None

If you are interested in applying for a position please submit your resume and complete the RZIM Application for Employment and send these both to [email protected].

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