Date Posted Title Company Type Description  
Sep 19, 2018 Development Coordinator Lighthouse Youth & Family Services Full Time Lighthouse Youth & Family Services has a full-time Development Coordinator position available. If you have a passion for coordinating events and fundraising to benefit youth in need, this may be Details
Jessica Wabler

Lighthouse Youth & Family Services

jwabler@lys.org

513-487-7101

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Full Time

Lighthouse Youth & Family Services has a full-time Development Coordinator position available. If you have a passion for coordinating events and fundraising to benefit youth in need, this may be the job for you. The schedule for this shift is Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. There will be some weekend and evening work as well.

Lighthouse Youth & Family Services is a nonprofit agency that is dedicated to serving at-risk youth from 0-24 years old primarily in the greater Cincinnati area. The Development Coordinator will be responsible for managing fundraising events as well as assisting with donor development and other development projects.

Essential Functions:

  1. Oversee all major event details, including committee relationship building and engagement, execution of all event elements and arrangements, venue selection, committee involvement, staff involvement, managing budgets, and overall donor programming, including broad responsibilities of design and execution.
  2. Build relationships and oversee event planning meetings with chairpersons of the Fall Event and Beacon Gala.
  3. Assist the VP of Development & Grants with the development and implementation of an annual fundraising plan and other strategic endeavors.
  4. Manage a portfolio of donors using moves management and Raiser Edge.
  5. Collaborate with the CEO, VP of Development & Grants, and Volunteer Coordinator to identify new potential volunteer leadership and donors.
  6. Help identify, qualify, build relationships with, and determine solicitation strategies for annual donors.
  7. Support the donor stewardship process.
  8. Assist with smaller fundraising opportunities as they arise (internal or third party fundraisers).
  9. Consult on fundraising marketing materials and other supporting materials for development department, including thank you letters, agency programs/brochures, annual reports, newsletters, website consultation, branding, etc.
  10. Oversee the creation of event print and electronic materials, including invitations, programs, signage, etc.
  11. Handle donor inquiries and help to resolve issues when necessary.
Qualifications:
  1. Bachelor's degree in Communications, Marketing, or a related field.
  2. Two (2) years of professional work experience in fundraising, marketing, event planning, or related work experience. Experience with non-profits preferred.
  3. Graduate degree in a related field preferred.
  4. Demonstrated experience successfully planning and executing major fundraising events.
  5. Knowledge of Raiser’s Edge and Raiser’s Edge NXT preferred.
  6. Experience using Moves Management for donor development preferred.

Apply for this position here: https://goo.gl/KbnXHe


Sep 13, 2018 Shelter Director Abuse & Rape Crisis Shelter Full Time Shelter Director: Benefits: holidays, PTO and a retirement plan PURPOSE:   To oversee day to day operations of the Emergency Shelter while simutaneously providing trauma informed response Details
Lori

ARCS

admin@arcshelter.com


369 Full Link


Full Time

Shelter Director:

Benefits: holidays, PTO and a retirement plan

PURPOSE:   To oversee day to day operations of the Emergency Shelter while simutaneously providing trauma informed response and advocacy services to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault by supporting the mission, vision and values of the Abuse & Rape Crisis Shelter of Warren County.

Please visit our website for further details along with a job appilcation.

Sep 7, 2018 Executive Director Ken Anderson Alliance Full Time About Ken Anderson Alliance – Overview:Ken Anderson Alliance ("KAA") is a nonprofit based in Cincinnati, OH. We create live, work, play opportunities for adults with developmental disabilities, Details
Search Committee

Ken Anderson Alliance

kenandersonalliance@gmail.com

(513) 831-8321

368 Full Link


Full Time

About Ken Anderson Alliance – Overview:
Ken Anderson Alliance ("KAA") is a nonprofit based in Cincinnati, OH. We create live, work, play opportunities for adults with developmental disabilities, including integrated community-based, supportive housing, real paid employment, and small group social experiences in the community. We are on an aggressive growth plan. Our PLAY program launched November 2017 and currently serves 175 adults with 21 outings per month. We’re actively working to develop the WORK program so it is up and running by year’s end. Our Strategic Plan calls for us to open our LIVE residential neighborhood in mid-2022.

Job Description – General:
The Ken Anderson Alliance is engaging in a Board search committee to find a visionary leader who will continue the work of KAA as the Executive Director. The candidate for this position will be an experienced professional advocate for people with intellectual/developmental disabilities and their families. The Executive Director will answer to and execute the vision and the mission of the Board of Directors. Additionally, S/he will have a demonstrated ability to cultivate relationships with adults with disabilities and their families, other disability providers, associations, funders, and political leaders. The ED ensures fiscal responsibility, oversees fundraising efforts led by the development team, compliance with internal policies, insures strong internal and external communications and positive public relations with a key focus on growing awareness for the mission of KAA. The Executive Director will ensure that the highest quality of services to adults with disabilities are being provided and that compliance with appropriate regulatory governing agencies is meeting or exceeding standards respectively.

Knowledge and Experience:
Experience with the following is desired:

  • Working with not-for-profit boards
  • Ability to translate current and emerging organizational priorities into achievable targets
  • In-depth knowledge of leadership in the nonprofit sector
  • Working with complex, rapidly changing regulatory and funding environments
  • Serving as senior management of a human service organization
  • Overseeing Marketing and/or fundraising
  • Working with and understanding communities designed for individuals with developmental disabilities on a local and national level
  • Budget development and monitoring
  • Dealing with uncertainty or ambiguity, and managing in a challenging climate of change
  • Commitment to person-centered principles and leadership
  • Understanding of Ohio developmental disabilities sector and an understanding of Medicaid and state and federal policies.
  • Ability to generate enthusiasm and coordinate community and civic groups, businesses and individuals to work together to benefit Ken Anderson Alliance and its mission
  • A passion for and commitment to the mission and values of the organization; experience working with adults with disabilities and/or disability service organizations plus either a Bachelor’s Degree and eight plus years of management experience or a Masters degree with six plus years of experience
  • Required to live in or relocate to Cincinnati

Job Responsibilities:
POLICY MANGEMENT: Assist the Board of Directors with development of policies and, in conjunction with the Development Director and Program Directors, develop procedures to implement policies. Assure internal compliance with Board approved policies.

STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT: Oversee and lead the organization’s strategic planning efforts through local and/or systemic change processes with focus on fulfilling the organization’s mission.

PROJECT MANAGEMENT: Ability to design and execute live, work, and play opportunities for adults with disabilities.

FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT: Oversee the fiscal stability of the organization by working closely with the Finance Committee to develop and submit an annual budget and provide regular reports of the financial condition of the organization to the Board of Directors. Oversee the prioritization of expenditures within budget and effectively translate fiscal information into operational decision making. In conjunction with Development Director, monitor external sources for potential expansion of funding opportunities and identify and respond to concerns related to existing funding sources.

PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT: Ensure effective and efficient personnel practices and procedures are utilized throughout the organization. Manage performance of department directors and other assigned staff positions.

PERSON CENTERED ORGANIZATION: Promote, support and utilize person centered principles and practices in every phase of the organization’s operation. Assist in developing, promoting and implementing opportunities for people supported, their families, staff and community. Provide for person centered organization sustainability.

GOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS: Develop and maintain relationships with local, state and federal government representatives and entities and work to positively influence matters of policy and legislation pertaining to persons and families receiving or waiting for services. Maintain awareness of current or proposed legislation and regulations that may affect organization operations and services, reporting to the Board of Directors on as needed basis (or as appropriate).

COMMUNITY ADVOCATE AND LIAISON: Serve as a community leader, coalition builder and primary spokesperson with visibility to community collaborators, media, advocacy groups and other interested external organizations. Assure marketing and development programs reflect the mission and policies set forth by the Board of Directors.

PROGRAM MANAGEMENT: Oversee planning, development and implementation of programs providing services and supports within policy set by the Board of Directors. Provide leadership to staff to ensure provision of quality services for people and families supported through the organizations.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS INVOLVEMENT: Attend all regularly scheduled and special meetings of the Board of Directors and established committees of the Board. Collaborate with the Board leadership in setting agendas and facilitating meetings. Regularly communicate pertinent information to the Board of Directors in writing and electronically as needed to include verbal follow-up as needed. Perform additional duties as may be assigned by the Board of Directors.

Salary:
Competitive with similar positions in Cincinnati and commensurate with experience and qualifications.

How to Apply:
Email cover letter and/or resume to kenandersonalliance@gmail.com

Sep 6, 2018 Vice President, Clinical Services Lighthouse Youth & Family Services Full Time Details
Human Resources

Lighthouse Youth & Family Services

employment@lys.org


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Full Time

Sep 6, 2018 Marketing and Communications Specialist Easterseals Full Time Marketing and Communications Specialist The Marketing and Communications Specialist is a critical role in a fast-changing organization. Under the leadership of the Vice President Development & Ma Details
Vicki

Easterseals

vstrole@eastersealsgc.org

513-386-6805

364 Full Link


Full Time

Marketing and Communications Specialist
The Marketing and Communications Specialist is a critical role in a fast-changing organization. Under the leadership of the Vice President Development & Marketing, the Marketing and Communications Specialist works closely with program and development staff and executive leaders to advance the Easterseals brand through all communication channels.
 
Essential Responsibilities
  • Facilitate internal and external communications including marketing and public relations activities, ensuring consistent communication of image and message both internally and externally.
  • Ensure that all communications, both internal and external, are true to the overall national Easterseals brand.
  • Manage creation, distribution, and maintenance of all print and electronic materials, including e-newsletters and e-blasts, annual report, marketing, development, and solicitation materials, presentations and speeches, consistent and engaging postings and conversations on social media outlets, website, press releases, event announcements, invitations, programs, and signage.
  • Work with leadership to identify media opportunities and implement media campaigns around key programs and issues. Work closely with VP Development and Marketing to ensure appropriate response to media requests.
  • Manages relationship with Easterseals national headquarters regarding communications and public relations.
  • Submit regular reports on communications activities, engagement levels, and progress.
  • Work with staff, including working closely with the special events leader, to understand and support their communications needs, while maintaining an overall organizational strategic perspective.
  • Keep informed of developments in the fields of marketing, communications, public relations, not-for-profits and the disability services. Use this information to assist with initiative and innovation.
  • Ensure adherence to program policies and other requirements.
  • Perform other duties as necessary.
     
Required Experience, Competencies and Skills  
  • Bachelor’s Degree in journalism, marketing, communications, PR or related field
  • 3-5 years of experience in communications and/or marketing a must
  • Demonstrated skills, knowledge and experience in the design and execution of marketing, communications and public relations activities
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Strong creative, strategic, analytical, organizational, time management, interpersonal and customer service skills
  • Demonstrated knowledge and skill in computer applications relevant to this position, i.e. data base management, MS Office, MS Publisher, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop
  • Goal orientation with a high level of energy, enthusiasm and dedication to the mission and goals of Easter Seals
  • Ability to lead and manage multiple projects at a time and meet deadlines
  • Ability to effectively plan, focus, and execute to bring improvement to current ways of doing business and motivate colleagues, volunteers, partners and donors
  • Sound judgment and integrity
  • Proven success in working with diverse populations
  • Maintain the highest standards of ethical conduct and practice in day to day interaction
  • Requires some evening availability
  • Detailed oriented
  • Positive attitude
  • Valid driver's license & automobile insurance and a good driving record
Sep 6, 2018 Job Coach - Project SEARCH Easterseals Part Time Would you like to make a difference in the lives of individuals with disabilities?As a part-time Job Coach you will be responsible for coaching and supporting transitional youth participatin Details
Vicki Strole

Easterseals

vstrole@eastersealsgc.org

513-386-6805

366 Full Link


Part Time

Would you like to make a difference in the lives of individuals with disabilities?
As a part-time Job Coach you will be responsible for coaching and supporting transitional youth participating in the Project SEARCH programs and students placed in competitive community employment following the Project SEARCH program at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. Our Job Coaches encourage independent work skills and teach job tasks/skills and/or assesses individuals work strengths and weaknesses to assist with soft skills and relationship development with coworkers/managers and program staff.

Specifically, our Job Coaches provide orientation and training, assist with duties and job related issues, demonstrate job functions, assess and identify work strengths and weaknesses, and make recommendations based on results of assessment. In this position you will assist individuals in completing work assignments if and when they are unable to independently perform tasks, and encourage and teach interpersonal skills, stress management, communication skills and other job related activities. In this position you will play an integral role as a liaison for each individual with the employer, case managers, funding agencies and others by facilitating effective communication and collaboration. You will identify and assist employers and individuals with implementing any needed job modifications. You will provide transportation by driving individuals to and from work sites for orientations, training, and community based work assessment sites and other activities, as needed. Job Coaches complete appropriate documentation in a timely manner, attend meetings and trained as scheduled, and maintain confidentiality of individuals.

Our job coaches work in the community, and the location and hours can vary. You will be expected to be available to work evenings and weekends, as we are supporting people in entry level employment.

Minimum qualifications include:
  • High School diploma or equivalent
  • Knowledge of interventions strategies, emotional, mental and physical disabilities
  • Proficient in computer software, applications and programs
  • Excellent communication & problem solving skills
  • Flexibility in work schedule & job tasks
  • Valid driver’s license & insurance & a good driving record
Sep 6, 2018 Assistant Retail Manager Easterseals Full Time Building Value is an Easterseals social enterprise that salvages reusable materials for sale to the public. We are sustainability: Our efforts help the environment, reduce the cost of d Details
Vicki Strole

Easterseals

vstrole@eastersealsgc.org

513-386-6805

365 Full Link


Full Time

Building Value is an Easterseals social enterprise that salvages reusable materials for sale to the public. We are sustainability: Our efforts help the environment, reduce the cost of disposal, invest in the local workforce, and give architectural gems a second life.
As the Assistant Retail Manager for the Building Value Retail Store you will be responsible for the daily operations of the store; maintaining an organized, well merchandised, clean and profitable retail store and providing customers with a pleasant shopping experience by maintaining good relationships with customers by anticipating and meeting customer expectations
The Assistant Retail Manager must be able to determine acceptable donations on the spot, and assist the store Manager in establishing the pricing structure for donated & salvaged materials as well as monitoring the items rate of turnover. The Assistant Retail Manager will be responsible for end-of-day accounting for retail operation.
In addition the Assistant Retail Manager will be responsible for training  store Associates and the development of the training curriculum, establishing efficient work methods, taking into account the needs and abilities of trainees and documenting trainees work hours to submit to payroll. 

Minimum qualifications include:
  • Bachelor's degree in relevant field such as business management, construction or equivalent  
  • At least 5 years’ experience in retail sales and/or building products, home improvement and hardware
  •  Ability to perform visual and tactile inspections of available product and to make quick determinations on value, ease of sale and cost of transportation 
  • Ability to tolerate a work environment consistent with material salvaging, deconstruction and manufacturing, including dust, extremes of heat and cold, and noise
  • Ability to lift 50 lbs. in weight, and up to 200 lbs. with assistive equipment
  • Thorough understanding of shipping and receiving procedures including “dock to stock” processes, reducing freight damage and coordinated stock replenishment
  • Ability to operate a forklift
  • Knowledge of computer software, applications and programs
  • Skilled in verbal and written communication
  • Ability to exhibit flexibility in work schedule & job tasks
  • Exceptional organizational, planning, scheduling & problem solving skills
  • Ability to maintain good public relations
  • Valid driver’s license & insurance, a good driving record & reliable transportation

We offer a comprehensive benefits package, including:
  • Medical insurance, including a PPO plan, and a HDHP plan that offers a company contribution
  • Employer paid Teladoc services, allowing participating employees and their family members access to a doctor free of charge for common medical conditions
  • Dental (including orthodontia coverage for children) and Vision
  • Employer-paid Life and Long Term Disability Insurance, with options for additional voluntary life insurance for employees dependents
  • 401k Retirement plan with up to a 4% match
  • Paid Time Off, as well as paid time for extended illnesses for eligible employees
  • Employee Assistance Program, hearing aid discounts and resources for free will preparation
Sep 5, 2018 Receptionist Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati Full Time Details
Phil Harmon

Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati

pharmon@lascinti.org

513-362-2849

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Full Time

Sep 5, 2018 Behavioral Health Service Director Holly Hill Child and Family Solutions Full Time Holly Hill Child and Family Solutions is a non-profit providing mental/behavioral health and substance abuse services for children, youth, and families in the schools, outpatient, intensive outpatient Details
Connie Freking

Holly Hill Child and Family Solutions

cfreking@hollyhill-ky.org

8596350500

362 Full Link


Full Time

Holly Hill Child and Family Solutions is a non-profit providing mental/behavioral health and substance abuse services for children, youth, and families in the schools, outpatient, intensive outpatient, and case management.  Director is responsible for the direction, coordination and overall management of Behavioral Health Services. Determine operating strategies for the clinical direction and day-to-day operations of Behavioral Health Services. Responsible for planning, staffing and designing behavioral health services, and develop effective outcomes. Responsible for ensuring compliance with all federal, state and local government regulations, BHSO and AODE Contracts and COA Accreditation standards as related to Behavioral Health Services.

Master’s degree and current KY licensure in Social Work, Counseling, Psychology, Marriage & Family or related mental health. LPCC-S or LCSW-S required with minimum of 6 years’ experience, managerial and program development experience preferred. Strong leadership, excellent critical thinking skills, management and organizational skills.  Grant writing experience is a plus.

Located at 2816 Bluegrass Drive, Highland Heights, KY 41076

Aug 28, 2018 Client Services Specialist Mayerson Academy Part Time Position: Client Services Specialist FLSA Status: Exempt Responsible to: Director of Operations   We are a strengths-based group of diverse professionals who inspire educators and organizatio Details
Beth D'Amico

Mayerson Academy

damico.beth@mayersonacademy.org

(513) 475-4178

361 Full Link



Part Time

Position: Client Services Specialist

FLSA Status: Exempt

Responsible to: Director of Operations

 

We are a strengths-based group of diverse professionals who inspire educators and organizations to realize their visions for success through extraordinary learning experiences. We would love for you to join our team.

 

Summary:

As a Client Services Specialist, you work closely with the Director of Operations and other members of the Learning Management System team to handle all incoming phone calls and customers in an efficient, professional, and courteous manner.  As the “point of first contact” at Mayerson Academy, you exemplify high quality customer service, modeling teamwork while promoting the development of an exemplary learning environment.  You also provide accurate, timely administrative support to the President and CEO of Mayerson Academy.

 

Key Responsibilities:

  • Provide exemplary service as a liaison between customers and Mayerson Academy staff and programs by answering/directing incoming phone calls and greeting/directing visitors.
  • Respond to customer inquiries in a timely and efficient manner, referring more complex issues to the appropriate administrator for resolution.
  • Assist with daily facility maintenance issues, verify that the monitor is correct, lock/unlock all rooms, add door signs, call for custodial or kitchen assistance, close out office at the end of the day.
  • Process Applications for Professional Development (APDs): setting up classes, positing classes, sending confirmation letters.
  • Assist with processing and maintaining accurate and timely class records, including registration of class participants, processing of class evaluations and updating course database.
  • Provide administrative support to the President of Mayerson Academy, including but not limited to, travel arrangements, calendar management and document preparation.

 

Ideal Qualifications and Requirements:

 

  • Highly successful clerical and administration experience, with evidence of increasing responsibilities
  • Working knowledge of public school systems
  • Ability to receive and implement feedback in order to learn and continuously improve
  • Demonstrated capacity to take initiative and manage competing organizational priorities
 
  • Excellent judgment and ability to build collaborations with staff members, internal, and external partners
  • Track record of thinking conceptually and mastering complex subject matter quickly
  • Superior acumen of current office technology, including Office 365
  • Outstanding written, oral and interpersonal communication skills
  • Capacity and desire to consistently operate in a manner that reflects our organizational vision and core values
  • Adaptability, flexibility and a sense of humor
Aug 24, 2018 Administrative Assistant Bethany House Services Full Time We are hiring! We are looking for individuals who have a desire to make a difference in serving families who are experiencing homelessness.  Come check us out and join our Team at Bethany House Details
Mary Bennett Brown

Bethany House Services

mbrown@bhsinc.org

513-557-2404

360 Full Link


Full Time

We are hiring!

We are looking for individuals who have a desire to make a difference in serving families who are experiencing homelessness.  Come check us out and join our Team at Bethany House Services.

Administrative Assistant

The Administrative Assistant position in this nonprofit agency is directly responsible for the quality administration, support of a variety of administrative programs including office operations and procedures.  The job responsibilities include providing administrative support to the Executive Director including correspondence, reports, minutes and scheduling meetings.  This position is responsible for working with the Executive Director and other members of the Leadership Team to achieve our mission and business goals.  In addition, this position is responsible for positively responding to internal and external audiences; and proactively working within the organization and in our communities to make our agency be both the “provider and the employer of choice.”

 

The successful candidate should have an Associate degree and a minimum of 3-5 years of work experience in the field of office administration and management; knowledge of information technology, computer systems, and software; proficiency in using Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Internet, Raiser’s Edge is a plus and related tools and applications.


 

Qualified candidates should submit their resumes to

 

 Mary Bennett Brown

 

Human Resources Director

 

Bethany House Services

 

513-557-2404

 

Mbrown@bhsinc.org


Aug 24, 2018 Program Coordinator (P/T) Leadership Council for Nonprofits Part Time Leadership Council is growing!  A part time program coordinator is needed to help coordinate, setup, and manage our growing number of programs and members.  Benefits include part-t Details
Jenny Berg

Leadership Council for Nonprofits

info@leadershipcouncil.us

513-554-3060

359 Full Link


Part Time

Leadership Council is growing!  A part time program coordinator is needed to help coordinate, setup, and manage our growing number of programs and members.  Benefits include part-time work, work from home, flexible schedule and getting to know many nonprofits and their leaders.

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