Project Director


Minneapolis, Minnesota


Pulse is a prayer and evangelism movement on mission to make Jesus known. The ministry aims to bring the hope of Jesus to the next generation—whether it’s through live events or livestreams, local revival gatherings, raising up leaders, or creating digital resources—believing that this generation needs Jesus and that we, as believers, cannot afford to be silent.

The Project Director is a new role that will supervise the creative department as well as collaborate and coordinate with various directors throughout the organization to ensure a smooth workflow between the Creative, Communication and Marketing teams.


In his junior year of college at North Dakota State, Nick Hall wrote a paper about how to reach his generation with the Gospel. The paper went viral and exploded into a student-led movement that reached 8,000 students on his campus—and spread quickly to other campuses. At the pinnacle of Nick’s efforts at NDSU, he spoke to a crowd of 5,000 of his peers at Bison Sports Arena in Fargo. A thousand students made a commitment to Jesus that night. Within two years, more than 50,000 heard the Gospel. People prayed, God moved, and Pulse began, formally incorporated as a nonprofit organization in the state of North Dakota in August 2006.

Now in his late 30s, Nick Hall is a leading international voice in the cause of evangelism and is the primary evangelist and visionary for Pulse. Since the organization was founded sixteen years ago, the Gospel has been shared with more than 320 million people around the world, and nearly 2 million have responded to Jesus through their initiatives.

Today’s youth are the most biblically illiterate and unchurched generation in history. This generation struggles with depression, self-harm, and addiction at unprecedented rates. Suicide is the third leading cause of death for youth ages 10 to 24. The media they consume every day is saturated with sexual objectification, violence and greed. There is a collective longing for healing, hope and purpose—and despite the struggles, there is also a tremendous hope for their stories, because Jesus changes everything.

The call to share Jesus isn’t only for those called to be vocational evangelists … it is a call the Bible makes to everybeliever. Jesus said to His followers, “Go into all the world and preach the Gospel to all creation.” And yet, amid the most unchurched generation in history, the followers of Jesus have perhaps never shared the Gospel less than they do now. The Church can no longer afford to be silent about the hope we have in Jesus.

Pulse exists to share the message of Jesus and to mobilize more of His followers to do the same. Their desire is to bring a fresh expression of Jesus to this generation with a voice and media that resonate with youth culture. They’re not interested in making the Pulse name known; but rather, their heart is to have the name of Jesus be known. Since the organization’s founding, they have linked arms with hundreds of ministries, churches, artists and speakers around the world to fuel evangelistic movements. Whether hosting a big outreach event or providing the evangelistic voice at another organization’s event, whether training evangelists on American college campuses or overseas in Africa, the common goal of everything the organization does is to make Jesus known.


Pulse is reaching this generation. Through live events and digital media, we are seeing more people encounter the message of Jesus than ever before. Some of their current initiatives include:


Pulse wants to see a generation passionate about sharing their faith with the people that God has placed in their lives, which was the origin of the Make Jesus Known Training. The training is a 4-week series on evangelism that will push students and young adults out of their comfort zones and challenge them to make evangelism a lifestyle. The curriculum is geared toward students, university groups, and young adults with a focus on how to share the Good News of Jesus Christ with those in their spheres of influence. It talks about how their personal relationship with Jesus, their lifestyle, and their conversations all play a role in sharing their faith. This free, hands-on training includes four videos led by Evangelist Nick Hall and a leader guide that contains a teaching script, small group questions, presentation slides, and social media content.


Its vision is a generation coming back to Jesus. On June 24-25, Pulse is calling an entire generation to gather at the Cotton Bowl to meet with Jesus and be equipped to share Him with the world. The Cotton Bowl is more than a venue. They believe it’s an altar where a new Jesus movement will be unleashed. History was made here before, because in 1972, Billy Graham and Bill Bright rallied a generation for the largest evangelistic training in American history, called Explo ’72. Pulse believes that lives are going to be transformed again.


Launched by Nick Hall, the aim of Pulse 100 is to find one hundred young men and women each year who are on fire for God, long to preach the Gospel, and are desperate to see the lost know Jesus. Nick’s life was changed when he was mentored and discipled by leaders including Billy Graham, Luis Palau, Josh McDowell and their teams. The desire is to connect a new wave of evangelists with the best training available and exclusive access to experienced leaders to unleash a new generation to reach the world, equipping a new wave of preachers, evangelists and social media influencers.


Move Closer is a mobile app that meets the need for a simple, invitation-based discipleship process for this generation. It combines community, teaching, and a simple interface to empower everyday people to disciple everyday people using content from some of Pulse’s favorite artists and speakers.


The Pulse Internship exists to train emerging leaders to live a lifestyle of multiplication, and commission them to reach the world with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Whether it’s through live events or livestreams, local revival gatherings, raising up leaders or creating digital resources, Pulse takes its commitment to interns seriously. Each semester and summer is crafted to intentionally pour into each cohort of interns to help them spiritually thrive. Training includes evangelism, discipleship and leadership training with the goal of these interns leaving practically trained, closer to God and more on fire for Jesus.


Pulse is led by an eight-member Board of Directors and founder Nick Hall.  In addition to Nick, Vice President of Finance & Operations, Wes Oren, Vice President of Global Ministries Ebony Small, and Vice President of Donor Ministries Karen Berg-Johnson make up the Executive Team. There are currently 65 staff, and the organization’s budget for FY22 is just over $14 million.

In 2019, Pulse moved into a new office space in the heart of downtown Minneapolis, a city that boasts a metro population of 3.5 million, 16th largest in the USA. Pulse’s heart for this space is that it would become a training ground for pastors and young leaders around the world. Just as Minneapolis served for many years as the headquarters for Billy Graham, so they hope once again to make the Twin Cities a global center for evangelism. There are also offices located in Texas, New York, North Carolina and Eastern Europe.

Despite the “Twin” moniker of the Twin Cities, each city is an independent municipality with defined borders. Minneapolis is somewhat younger with modern skyscrapers, while St. Paul has been likened to an East Coast city, with quaint neighborhoods and a vast collection of well-preserved late-Victorian architecture. Minneapolis was influenced by its early Scandinavian and Lutheran roots, while St. Paul’s heritage is French, Irish and German Catholic.

There are numerous lakes in the region, as well as extensive park systems and bicycle trails. Minneapolis-St. Paul is home to the Vikings, Twins, Timberwolves, Minnesota United and Wild in addition to hosting the national headquarters of companies like United Health Group, Target, Best Buy, 3M, General Mills, Land O'Lakes, and Thrivent Financial. According to the Minneapolis Area Association of Realtors, the median sales price in the Metro area is currently $340,000, but home prices vary widely depending on the area.


The best way to describe the present culture of Pulse is, according to their team, healthy and excited about the future. The work environment is casual, fast-paced and interactive with a young and passionate team. And, as you can probably imagine, it is also a culture committed to prayer and deeply united around the mission. Each day starts in prayer and worship, and the Minneapolis team employs a hybrid work model with a beautiful HQ in downtown Minneapolis.

The organization enjoys an excellent reputation in the community and in the world of evangelism ministry due to their demonstrated passion and strong partnerships, and has a solid and consistent donor base. It is uniquely positioned as a bridge—trusted by older generations, but with a voice that resonates with the next generation—as it joins with others to pursue a movement of unity and authenticity.

The new Project Director will oversee and coordinate the process of production of all digital, print, and multimedia assets at Pulse, ensuring the vision of the President as well multiple department directors is executed. Working collaboratively with Creative Communications, Marketing, and the Operations Departments, the ideal candidate would be already working as a creative team manager or director at an agency or at a trend-setting mega church.

This role is a liaison between the Creative and Marketing Department and the Event Management Department and will lead a team as they work with the various directors throughout the organization. He or she will be a key contributor—responsible for the timelines, deadlines, sourcing, ordering, hiring, and management of contractor support and delivery of all projects that enter the production process. This individual will need to be able to translate requests for creative work into a thoughtful work plan while coordinating and collaborating with the requestor. Terms like executor, collaborative, communicator, emotionally intelligent, strategic thinker as well as analytical describe this person.

In order to be successful, the person in this role needs to have a heart and passion for the power of the Gospel and for the next generation. They cannot be intimated by big “God-sized” vision and goals. They need to be able to thrive in a young, fast-paced environment, be willing to “figure it out” and believe that God can do anything. Above all, they must love Jesus. This is an exciting opportunity to be a major contributor to a fast-growing ministry that is dedicated to helping bring a generation to Christ.


Title: Project Director

Reports To:  Currently: Vice President, Finance & Operations but will report to Director of Creative and Marketing

Direct Reports:  Art Director, Graphic Designers, Special Projects Manager, Creative Administrative Assistant

Position Location: Minneapolis, MN


  • Project management skills; ability to plan, schedule, and handle multiple projects for various organizational events, campaigns, and initiatives.

  • Leadership and supervisory experience and skills.

  • Exceptional communication and organizational skills with the ability to excel at details, multi-task, and thrive in a deadline-driven environment.

  • Ability to problem solve.

  • Great understanding of and appreciation for creative production.

  • A confident, yet humble leadership posture.

  • Deep value in both quality of work and efficient processes.

  • Work independently with little supervision and in a team environment.

  • Servant heart and attitude, serving as a team player and ready to help wherever needed.

  • Five (5) years minimum professional experience, preferably with a creative agency or related organization.

  • Experience in supervising a team.

  • Experience in using a project management system preferred.


  • Oversee the Project Request System (The Queue), working with the Department Directors to assign projects to various team members, facilitate the editing process, and ensure the timely completion of projects.

  • Provide work direction for members of the Creative Department, implementing systems and meetings to ensure workflow is effective and efficient.

  • Regularly meet with the Event & Operations Department around Queue projects in order to track progress, problem solve, and handle negotiations around deadlines and differing opinions.

  • Facilitate the proofing, editing, and print process for all creative deliverables—inclusive of ordering print pieces and ensuring on-time delivery that meets deadlines.

  • Oversee and manage all creative department subscriptions.

  • Hire and manage contractors for completion of projects assigned outside of internal Department; ensuring scope of work is inclusive of a clear budget, with a list of deliverables, and that timelines are met.

  • Work with our international offices as needed to execute certain creative deliverables.


  • A follower of Jesus, in agreement with Pulse’s Mission, Statement of Faith and Core Values.

  • Be a model of Christian integrity, diligence in work, and persistence in pursuing and exceeding objectives.

  • A passion for the cause for evangelism and respect for the Office of the Evangelist.

  • Professional demeanor and approach and behavior consistent with the standards contained in Pulse manuals (i.e. Employee Manual, Financial Management Policy, etc.).

  • Follow all policies and procedures outlined in the Pulse Employee Manual.


  • Engage in personal and team development opportunities presented by Pulse leadership.

  • Travel as needed (estimated 5%).

  • Assist and perform any and all other duties as assigned.


  • Salary: $80–90,000 annually, depending on experience.

  • Benefits: Medical (also covering spouse and dependents), and 403(b) match (50% up to 6% after 3 months of employment). Pulse also offers vision, dental, STD, LTD, life and AD&D insurance.

  • Vacation: Ten (10) days or more, depending on years of experience; paid holidays.

  • Hybrid Work Schedule: Allows some virtual days, as approved by management.

  • Relocation: Negotiable, based on location and circumstances.

To learn more about the ministry of Pulse, please visit their website at or view their latest Annual Report

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