Date Posted Title Company Type Description  
Oct 29, 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

400 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 at least 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

 

Oct 29, 2018 Operations Manager Ohio Justice and Policy Center Full Time About OJPC The Ohio Justice & Policy Center creates fair, intelligent, and redemptive criminal justice systems through zealous client-centered advocacy, innovative policy reform, and cross-sector Details
Devorah Waesch

Ohio Justice & Policy Center

dwaesch@ohiojpc.org

5137877488

399 Full Link



Full Time

About OJPC

The Ohio Justice & Policy Center creates fair, intelligent, and redemptive criminal justice systems through zealous client-centered advocacy, innovative policy reform, and cross-sector community education. We focus our energies primarily on reducing the size of the prison system, improving conditions for those inside prison, and expanding the freedom of people with criminal records to fully contribute to their communities. We are a non-profit law office founded in Cincinnati, Ohio in 1997, and our work is statewide.

What we are looking for:  A bright generalist with common sense and a strong financial analysis bent; someone who is passionate about growing with this dynamic, small non-profit; someone ready to punch above his/her weight.

 You will thrive in this position if this describes you:

                       
   

Inform and Clarify

You provide the information people need to do their jobs and feel good about being a member of the team; provide individuals information so that they can make accurate decisions; are timely with information; you transform massive amounts of data into usable information.

 
 
   

Planner

You accurately scope out length and difficulty of tasks and projects; set objectives and goals; break down work into process steps; develop schedules and task/people assignments; anticipate and adjust for problems and roadblocks; measure performance against goals; evaluate results.

 
   

Get the Job DONE

You know how to manage a large and complex set of tasks; set and, as needed, renegotiate priorities to ensure the most important work gets done; get more done in less time than others; can attend to a broad range of activities with a focus on completion.

 
 
 
   

 Natural Organizer

You marshal resources (people, funding, material and support) to get things done; orchestrate multiple activities at once to accomplish a goal; use resources effectively and efficiently; arrange information and files in a usable manner.

 
 

Resilient & Persevering

You pursue everything with energy, drive, and a need to finish; focus on delivering goals; when faced with a roadblock, you find a way around it.

 

 
   

Have Perspective

You look toward the broadest possible view of an issue/challenges; have broad-ranging personal and business interests and pursuits; can easily pose future scenarios; can think globally; can discuss multiple aspects and impacts of issues and project them into the future.

 
 
 

 Job responsibilities:

This position will:

  • With input from staff, accountant and historical records, develop and execute a $1M+ annual budget, including restricted and non-restricted grant funding;
  • Prepare monthly financial analysis as well as frequent “what-if” drills;
  • Serve as liaison to contracted accountant, pay agent and auditor;
  • Manage Human Resources for a staff of 14 with plans to grow;
  • Support the Board of Directors;
  • Perform general office management (supplies; Executive travel; vendor contracts; etc);
  • Other duties assigned.

Required qualification:

  • Bachelor’s degree, preferably in related major such as Economics, Business Management, Accounting or Human Resources.  We are looking for a creative generalist with common sense!
  • Expertise in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel and PowerPoint).
  • Ability to work independently; exercise judgement and discretion; and set priorities in a rapidly changing environment.
  • Strong interpersonal skills, tact and humor.
  • Strong communications skills, both verbal and written.
  • Three years’ experience in similar position.

 Additional experience that would make you an even stronger candidate:

  • Master’s degree in related major such as Economics, Public or Business Administration.
  • Knowledge of criminal justice issues.   
  • Five years’ experience in similar position(s).
  • Experience in QuickBooks.

 Details about the position

  • $45 - $62K salary based on experience and qualifications.  
  • Competitive benefits package, including 27 PTO days, PTO carryover and PTO Sharing; Parental Leave; 13 Holidays plus Christmas to New Year’s paid leave; Flextime; Health, vision and dental insurance; Simple IRA (up to $12.5K) with corporate matching; membership in professional associations; corporate support for professional training and professional exams.
  • We intend to have this position filled by January 2, 2019.
  • OJPC is an equal opportunity employer. People from historically disadvantaged groups, based on race, ethnicity, religion, gender, and/or sexual orientation / identification, are strongly encouraged to apply.

How to apply

  • Send a cover letter, résumé, three references, and responses to the 3 questions listed below, all in PDF format to:  OJPC’s Human Resources at ojpcHR@ohiojpc.org.
  • Applicants who have been out of university less than 4 years should also send university transcripts.
  • Applications will be accepted until 5 p.m., Friday, 16 November 2018.

 Questions (respond to each with no more than ½ page).  Essays and/or bullet responses acceptable.

1.     As the Operations Manager, you receive a late night phone call from the Executive Director regarding a financial matter.  He says, “I expect to get litigation fees for the Smith case of at least $30K when the case closes and settles.  But in the meantime, the Smith family is really hurting.  They need cash now.  What if we write a check from OJPC’s funds for oh, $12K, to the Smith family?  We could charge it to A&G*.  And when the litigation fee comes in, we could pay the A&G account back.”  As the senior financial advisor, how would you respond to the Executive Director? {*A&G = Admin and General, the broad overhead account}

2.  The Board’s Financial Committee wants a simple “dashboard report” for monthly financial metrics.  What are some critical metrics you would include in that dashboard?

3.  OJPC’s policies state that our compensation is “competitive.” What are some steps you would take to assure employees that this is a true statement?

Oct 25, 2018 Job Developer Easterseals Full Time Do you want to help make a difference in the lives of youth in our community by connecting them to employment?  Join our team as a Job Developer! The Job Developer with our Career Connectio Details
Vicki Strole

Easterseals

vstrole@eastersealsgc.org

513-386-6805

398 Full Link


Full Time

Do you want to help make a difference in the lives of youth in our community by connecting them to employment?  Join our team as a Job Developer!
The Job Developer with our Career Connection youth program establishes and maintains activities to develop, locate and secure job openings for participants. The Job Developer does this by contacting employers to establish leads, market the program, and coordinate the job resource bank. Additionally, this position will research and maintain current job listings and develops resources for youth to identify current job openings related to their identified career goal. This position will take the lead on planning marketing and outreach services to bring awareness to employers, serving as an advocate and liaison for youth to utilizing employer incentives designed to help applicants on public assistance. The Job Developer will collaborate with other staff members to assist youth achieve employment, and identify solutions to employment barriers. This position ensures that required program data is properly maintained and reported, and keeps accurate records by completing and maintaining required documentation including case notes, monthly reports, intake forms, activity logs, unified written plans, mileage/expense reports, etc. Additionally, the Job Developer gathers, analyzes, and maintains data and statistical information to evaluate effectiveness of services and identifies goals for individuals served and program needs. Employees in this department attend meetings as required by supervisor, vice-president or agency, and maintain confidentiality of youth records and other sensitive subject matter.

Minimum Qualifications Include:
  • Knowledge of: case management; public assistance rules, disabilities and working with individuals with disabilities; behavior management and redirection techniques; computer software programs and applications; statistics; report writing.
  • Ability to: exhibit flexibility in work schedule and job tasks; develop and maintain effective working relationships with associates; maintain and promote good public relations; maintain confidentiality of sensitive subject matter; to have attention to detail; to handle multiple tasks and prioritize work; adapt quickly to changing environments; apply public assistance rules to work participation requirements.
  • Skill in: verbal and written communication skills; organizational skills; operating general office equipment; planning scheduling and organizing work; maintaining good public relations; behavior management techniques; computer applications.
  • Valid Driver License with current auto insurance, as well as a good driving record
  • Requires at least two years previous experience in a marketing or communications role. Prior experience with community outreach a plus.
  • Bachelors degree preferred. 
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
Oct 25, 2018 Maintenance Assistant, Crew Leader Easterseals Full Time Do you want to work for an organization that helps people reach their full potential? Bring your skills and expertise to an organization with national recognition and resources, and a local focus Details
Vicki Strole

Easterseals

vstrole@eastersealsgc.org

513-386-6805

397 Full Link


Full Time

Do you want to work for an organization that helps people reach their full potential? Bring your skills and expertise to an organization with national recognition and resources, and a local focus on the specific needs of our community.
The Maintenance Assistant Crew Leader supervises youth participants by providing one-on one task training to youths, helping them organize their work, and teaching appropriate work behaviors and employer requirements.  Identifies and assists with modifications to assist youth with being able to perform the job. Assists with youth program plans by identifying youth goals and providing feedback regarding progress and other issues that arise as part of youth’s overall program.
Advocates and support youth while on work-sites by assisting with problem solving and mediation.
Maintains attendance data for youth payroll and customer billing. Establishes and maintains safe working environment for youths.  Also responsible for general clean up of work area.
Responsible for general safety and security of facility, furnishings, and equipment with maintenance management. Operation of light machines and maintain equipment. Inspects all equipment for proper functioning on a regular basis.
Completes all daily maintenance/landscaping requests and reports any unfinished work to maintenance management.
Supports facility maintenance inspection processes forwards feedback to maintenance management. Complete light maintenance tasks. Such as changing light tubes and bulbs, etc. Assists with maintenance and repair including the sewage system, HVAC, Electrical and Plumbing. Complete general landscaping tasks at various Easterseals locations.

Minimum qualifications include:
  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • Knowledge of building and equipment maintenance/repair/landscaping techniques, and skill in applying these techniques.
  • Ability to use power and hand tools to perform repair and maintenance work, ability to work with a minimum of supervision, exhibit flexibility in work schedule and job tasks; develop and maintain effective working relationships with youth, associates, and supervisors; to handle multiple tasks and prioritize work.
  • Skill in verbal communication skills; operating job related equipment; planning scheduling and organizing work; problem solving; attention to detail.
  • Excellent communication & organizational skills
  • Valid driver’s license & insurance & a good driving record
Oct 25, 2018 Retention Coach Easterseals Part Time         Do you want to make a difference in the lives of individuals with disabilities?  Join the Easterseals Team as a part-time Retention Coac Details
Vicki Strole

Easterseals

vstrole@eastersealsgc.org

513-386-6805

396 Full Link


Part Time

 

 
 
 
Do you want to make a difference in the lives of individuals with disabilities?  Join the Easterseals Team as a part-time Retention Coach!
Part-time position, average 20 hours/week
As the Retention Coach you will be responsible for providing support to individuals with disabilities as they work in the community maintaining communication between the individual, employer, funding agency and other community support personnel. 
Providing job coaching to individuals at community job sites by providing orientation, task training and assisting with job related issues and/or problem areas, working closely with site employer providing education on disability  and modifications needed, implementing modifications and utilizing training techniques such as modeling, verbal prompting, visual prompting etc., assisting individuals in completing work assignments when they are unable to independently perform tasks, encouraging individuals independence and working towards fading support. Provides follow along support to individuals by regularly visiting work sites, meeting with employment supervisors and contacting supervisors not available during site visits by phone to check on individuals progress and identify any issues, intervening and coaching or implementing modifications as needed with follow along case load, ensuring clear, effective communication has taken place between individuals and site supervisors. Meets with individuals on a regular basis to review progress toward established goals and to discuss vocational, work adjustment and personal issues as necessary, assists individual in obtaining, learning or maintaining a job by identifying problem areas and working with employers and other support personnel to resolve, making referrals to funding agency (i.e. OOD) for new or different job and advocates for the individual for funding support. Attends job development and job coaching staffing's with the individual. Maintains contact with service providers and members of the community support team.  
Conducts intake meetings as directed by supervisor. Completes Acuity Assessment Instrument as directed by supervisor.  Organizes yearly social activities for individuals working in the community. Writes progress reports for each individual on the caseload, completing and filing all required service documentation. Maintains confidentiality of personnel files, individual service record and other sensitive subject matter. Works assigned schedule, exhibits regular and predictable attendance and works outside of normal schedule as needed to meet workload demands.  
 
Minimum qualifications include:
  • High School diploma or equivalent
  • Flexibility with schedule and ability to work nights and weekends. The schedule varies.
  • Prior experience working with people with disabilities, preferred
  • Knowledge of interventions strategies, emotional, mental and physical disabilities
  • Ability to lift up to 25-50 lbs on occasion
  • Ability to work in various work environments 
  • Proficient in computer software, applications and programs
  • Excellent communication & problem solving skills
  • Valid driver’s license & insurance & a good driving record
Oct 25, 2018 Transportation Specialist Easterseals Part Time         Do you want to work for an organization that helps people reach their full potential? $12.00/hr Part-time, split shift position: Monday- Friday; Details
Vicki Strole

Easterseals

vstrole@eastersealsgc.org

513-386-6805

395 Full Link


Part Time

 

 
 
 
Do you want to work for an organization that helps people reach their full potential?
$12.00/hr
Part-time, split shift position: Monday- Friday; 6:30am-9:00am & 2:30pm-5:00pm   
In this position you will be responsible for transporting individuals with disabilities to and from program and work sites. Assisting individuals with entering and exiting van as well as during emergency situations Performs external maintenance check daily on van and reports to supervisor any needed maintenance. May be required to learn additional van routes in order to provide coverage during absences and vacations.
 
Minimum qualifications include:
  • High School diploma or equivalent
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Valid driver’s license & automobile insurance & a good driving record
  • Experience transporting passengers a plus
Oct 24, 2018 Program Manager - Death Penalty and Peace & Nonviolence Intercommunity Justice and Peace Center Full Time Intercommunity Justice and Peace Center Program Manager Intercommunity Justice and Peace Center (IJPC) was founded in 1985. IJPC educates and advocates for peace, challenges unjust local, national a Details
Allison Reynolds-Berry

Intercommunity Justice and Peace Center

allison@ijpccincinnati.org

5135798547

391 Full Link



Full Time

Intercommunity Justice and Peace Center

Program Manager

Intercommunity Justice and Peace Center (IJPC) was founded in 1985. IJPC educates and advocates for peace, challenges unjust local, national and global systems, and promotes the creation of a non-violent society.IJPC is a 501c3 nonprofit organization. For more information, visit IJPCcincinnati.org

The Anti-Death Penalty Program and Peace & Nonviolence Program Manager position is full time exempt and reports to the Executive Director. Salary range is mid-30s. Benefits include paid vacation, sick, and personal time off. Insurance benefits not currently offered. 

Primary Responsibilities

Anti-Death Penalty Program

  • Communicate with death row inmates, their families, lawyers and friends as needed or requested
  • Organize petitions, rallies, press conferences, and vigils
  • Plan and implement educational programming
  • Collaborate with state and national organizations to develop education and advocacy campaigns
  • Plan and facilitate grassroots and direct lobbying efforts with local and state officials

Peace and Nonviolence Program

  • Prepare presentations and seek opportunities for public speaking
  • Lead lobby visits with elected officials
  • Lead trainings in nonviolence and dialogue facilitation
  • Convene and facilitate programs like Rethinking Racism and the Nonviolence Alliance of Greater Cincinnati
  • Maintain a broad knowledge and awareness of peace and justice issues

Organizational Support

  • Create, update, and implement annual program planning and goals
  • Connect, network, and outreach with faith, labor, and community partners
  • Create visual and written communication
  • Reach out to and productively engage media/press of all forms
  • Contribute written content to IJPC newsletter, website, social media, and e-list action alerts
  • Facilitate Anti-Death Penalty Committee and Peace Committee Meetings
  • Support other program and non-program work as needed
  • Mentor and retain volunteers

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree preferred
  • Commitment to peace and justice and IJPC’s mission
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Excellent computer skills including proficiency in Microsoft and Google Suites
  • Proficient in social media
  • Prior experience working with the press is desirable
  • Some experience in grassroots organizing is desirable
  • Organized and able to organize others
  • Experience working with and managing volunteers and works well with a variety of people
  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively, to multi-task and see projects through to completion.
  • Skilled in meeting and group facilitation
  • Experience in event planning
  • Good listening skills and compassion for persons in crisis
  • Some knowledge of death penalty issues and commitment to ending the use of the death penalty in Ohio
  • Be trained in nonviolent communication
  • Able to promote her/his nonviolent philosophy
  • Ability and willingness to work flexible hours
  • Collaborative spirit

The small IJPC staff works collaboratively, shares office chores, and performs other duties as requested.

IJPC is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer who is committed to providing equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, disability, national origin, age, genetic information, marital status, sexual orientation, family responsibilities, matriculation, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law.

Please submit resume and cover letter via email to Allison Reynolds-Berry, Executive Director, at allison@IJPCcincinnati.org by November 18, 2018. Please make clear the position for which you are applying. Incomplete applications will not be considered.

 

Oct 24, 2018 Scripps Howard Communications Intern Grant Us Hope Internship Grant Us Hope is looking for a Scripps Howard Communications Intern for the Spring Semester 2018-19.  Responsibilities include posting and maintenance of various social media platforms, working w Details
Keith Kline

Grant Us Hope

keith.kline@grantushope.org

5136159281

394 Full Link



Internship

Grant Us Hope is looking for a Scripps Howard Communications Intern for the Spring Semester 2018-19.  Responsibilities include posting and maintenance of various social media platforms, working with the Director of Marketing to execute the organization's mission, and assist in the production of various print materials.

Candidates must be in their junior or senior year at the University of Cincinnati, Xavier University or Northern Kentucky University.

Interested individuals should submit a cover letter and resume to keith.kline@grantushope.org.  Please include "Communications Intern" in the subject line.

Oct 24, 2018 Client Engagement/Office Manager Grant Us Hope Full Time The Client Engagement/Office Manager will play a key role in the creation of a highly motivated team who is focused on student mental wellness, trauma support and suicide prevention.  Founded in Details
Keith Kline

Grant Us Hope

keith.kline@grantushope.org

5136159281

393 Full Link



Full Time

The Client Engagement/Office Manager will play a key role in the creation of a highly motivated team who is focused on student mental wellness, trauma support and suicide prevention.  Founded in 2015, Grant Us Hope engages with schools in Cincinnati, Columbus and Dayton to bring Hope Squad, a peer-to-peer, evidence-based suicide prevention program to students at all grade levels.  We are experiencing rapid growth across the State of Ohio and are looking for a detail-oriented, mission-driven individual who can assist our team with a variety of functions.  Successful candidates will have office manager experience as well as knowledge and experience with team scheduling, client relations and management, and general acocunting.

Interested individuals should send a cover letter and resume to Keith.Kline@grantushope.org. Please title your email "Client Engagement/Office Manager".

Oct 24, 2018 Community Development Project Manager Madisonville Community Urban Redevelopment Corp. Full Time Details
Sara Sheets

Madisonville CURC

sara@mcurc.org

5132712495

392 Full Link


Full Time

Oct 24, 2018 Operations Manager Intercommunity Justice and Peace Center Full Time Intercommunity Justice and Peace Center Operations Manager Intercommunity Justice and Peace Center (IJPC) was founded in 1985. IJPC educates and advocates for peace, challenges unjust local, nationa Details
Allison Reynolds-Berry

Intercommunity Justice and Peace Center

allison@ijpccincinnati.org

5135798547

390 Full Link



Full Time

Intercommunity Justice and Peace Center

Operations Manager

Intercommunity Justice and Peace Center (IJPC) was founded in 1985. IJPC educates and advocates for peace, challenges unjust local, national and global systems, and promotes the creation of a non-violent society.IJPC is a 501c3 nonprofit organization. For more information visit IJPCcincinnati.org

The Operations Manager position is full time exempt and reports to the Executive Director. Salary range is mid-30s. Benefits include paid vacation, sick, and personal time off. Insurance benefits not currently offered.  

Primary Responsibilities

Communication

  • Coordinates writing, editing, printing and distribution of quarterly newsletter and annual report
  • Has oversight of MailChimp and IJPC website including blog, and social media

Donor Relations

  • Coordinates all fundraising campaigns and events including: Phoneathon, Flying Pig Marathon, Annual Gathering, and Love of Justice
  • Serves on development committee of the IJPC Board
  • Coordinates transfer of donations & donor information from online platforms (ex: Classy, PayPal)
  • Utilizes SalesForce to track donors and donations; sends regular donor acknowledgements
  • Implements strategic communication to share impact to IJPC supporters

Volunteer Coordination

  • Recruits and interviews prospective volunteers and interns; Plans and coordinates orientation
  • Assigns tasks in collaboration with program staff

Office Management

  • Seeks out new methods and principles to incorporate into organizational practices
  • Serves as recording secretary at Board meetings

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree preferred
  • Commitment to peace and justice and IJPC’s mission
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Excellent computer skills including proficiency in Microsoft and Google Suite
  • Experience with basic graphic design
  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively
  • Ability to multi-task
  • Experience with CMS (WordPress), Facebook and Twitter management
  • Experience in event planning and fundraising
  • Experience in donor relations including donor stewardship
  • Experience working with and managing volunteers
  • Works well with a variety of people
  • Organized and able to organize others
  • Collaborative spirit

The small IJPC staff works collaboratively, shares office chores, and performs other duties as requested.

IJPC is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer who is committed to providing equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, disability, national origin, age, genetic information, marital status, sexual orientation, family responsibilities, matriculation, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law.

Please submit resume and cover letter via email to Allison Reynolds-Berry, Executive Director, at allison@IJPCcincinnati.org by November 18, 2018. Please make clear the position for which you are applying. Incomplete applications will not be considered.

Oct 23, 2018 Planned Giving and Grants Manager St. Vincent de Paul Full Time Reports To: Director of Development  St. Vincent de Paul has been serving residents of the Cincinnati area for 149 years.  More than 950 volunteers and staff provide assistance with basic n Details
Denise Jewell

St. Vincent de Paul

djewell@svdpcincinnati.org

5135628856

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Full Time

Reports To: Director of Development 

St. Vincent de Paul has been serving residents of the Cincinnati area for 149 years.  More than 950 volunteers and staff provide assistance with basic needs such as food, clothing, furniture and homelessness prevention to neighbors in need through the agency’s outreach centers in the West End and Winton Hills, and through 56 parish-based volunteer conferences.  When the poor and vulnerable of our community have no other place to turn, St. Vincent de Paul is there for them. 

Scope of Position: The Planned Giving and Grants Manager is responsible for soliciting funding for the organization through foundation, corporate, individual and government sources.  This role organizes all components of the organization’s grant funding and planned giving programs.  This role supervises all processes related to the donor database in order to ensure proper identification, cultivation, solicitation, acknowledgement and stewardship of each donor.

 Job Responsibilities

 Research potential grant and planned giving opportunities.

  1. Write compelling grant proposals and reports in collaboration with the Director of Development and appropriate program staff members.
  2. Compile output and outcome data required for the grant writing and reporting process. 
  3. Manage a grants calendar to ensure all proposals and reports are submitted in an organized and timely manner.
  4. Develop and execute marketing plan to expand donors’ and advisors’ awareness of St. Vincent de Paul’s planned giving options.
  5. Maintain planned giving policies and serve as a planned giving resource for the development team.
  6. Manage relationships, from identification to stewardship, with current and prospective planned giving donors and other major donors.
  7. Create and facilitate engagement opportunities and recognition for planned giving donors.
  8. Oversee all processes related to the donor database, including reporting (financial and contacts) and maintenance.  Act as a backup to the Development Assistant.
  9. Support and serve as a member of the organization’s external Relationship Building Committee.
  10. Assist in executing all special events.    
  11. Participate in networking and community events as a representative of St. Vincent de Paul to develop and maintain community relationships.
  12. Perform other duties as assigned.

 Qualifications: 

  • Bachelor’s degree and 3-5 years experience in development or related field
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Familiarity with planned giving options
  • Highly developed attention to detail
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills
  • Strong project management skills
  • Ability to multitask and work well under deadlines
  • Positive and collaborative attitude
  • Experience working with a donor database, preferably Donor Perfect
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office including Word, Excel and PowerPoint 

Physical Requirements: 

Job duties can primarily be performed from a desk using standard office equipment, however, there will also be some walking, standing, bending, and carrying light items up to 35 pounds.  Travel by automobile is required.

Send cover letter and resume to Denise Jewell at djewell@svdpcincinnati.org

No phone calls please.

Oct 19, 2018 Outpatient Behavioral Health Clinical Manager Lighthouse Youth & Family Services Full Time Lighthouse Youth & Family Services has an immediate opening for an Outpatient Behavioral Health Clinical Manager who will provide clinical oversight and utilize business acumen to achieve financia Details
Human Resources

Lighthouse Youth & Family Services

employment@lys.org


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Full Time

Lighthouse Youth & Family Services has an immediate opening for an Outpatient Behavioral Health Clinical Manager who will provide clinical oversight and utilize business acumen to achieve financial success.  This position will manage a team of supervisors and staff providing clinical services to clients in the home, school, and community settings.

 

Functions:

  • Manages the financial performance of the Outpatient Behavioral Health Clinical service area.

  • Ensures that all services within the assigned service area are operating at maximum potential to meet community needs in a cost effective manner.

  • Compiles appropriate financial and clinical outcome metrics, making adjustments to programs and services as needed.

  • Ensures clinical documentation is completed in a timely manner and adheres to all applicable clinical standards.

  • Serves as clinical expert within the Clinical Services team.

  • Holds regular supervisory meetings to coach for success and/or deliver appropriate performance feedback.

     

Qualifications:

  • LISW or LPCC required with Supervisor designation

  • At least five (5) years of professional experience

  • Proven leadership/supervisory skills

  • Proven ability to manage and direct interdisciplinary teams

 

About Lighthouse Youth & Family Services:

Lighthouse Youth Services is a leader and pioneer in developing and delivering services, some of which are national models of innovation and effectiveness. From a solid financial base, the agency provides early childhood services; behavioral health and psychiatric services; home-based services to families; services to youth engaged with the juvenile justice system; community residential treatment facilities; foster care and adoption; independent living services; and opportunities through education. Its mission is to advance the dignity and well-being of children, youth and families in need. Programs are provided at numerous facilities throughout the Greater Cincinnati community by over 500 staff, 200 foster parents and an active network of over 475 volunteers. Lighthouse is a multi-service United Way Agency Partner with an annual operating budget of $30M.

 

How to Apply:

To apply for this position, please visit www.lys.org/careers

Oct 15, 2018 Early Intervention HIV/Substance Abuse Case Manager Caracole, Inc Full Time Job Description: Provide assertive, community based interventions and case management, HIV testing and education for individuals who inject drugs and who are HIV+ or at high risk for HIV.  Link i Details
Rina Saperstein

Caracole, Inc.

resume@caracole.org


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Full Time

Job Description: Provide assertive, community based interventions and case management, HIV testing and education for individuals who inject drugs and who are HIV+ or at high risk for HIV.  Link individuals experiencing drug abuse/dependence with resources, facilitate client access to medical care and medications, drug or alcohol treatment, syringe exchange programs, holistic care resources, advocacy and psychosocial interventions.  Use bio-psychosocial and harm reduction models related to successful HIV/AIDS care and engagement of people who inject drugs.  Work independently and as a strong member of a small team. This is a new program that we will create together based on best practice models. 

Qualifications: Requires bachelor’s degree in social work or related field; LSW licensure or Chemical Dependency certification or eligible to achieve licensure/certification within six months of hire. Demonstrated sensitivity to persons living with chronic diseases (HIV/AIDS and addiction) and co-existing social, mental and physical health conditions. Reliable transportation and daily travel within our region, working in SW Ohio, N. Kentucky and SE Indiana. 

About us: Caracole, Inc. is a relentless force for health equity; our mission is to positively change lives in the fight against HIV/AIDS through prevention, housing and care. We are a progressive, dynamic human services organization and a great place to work!

Employment Type: Full-Time. Benefits include Medical, Dental, Life and Disability Insurance, 401K.

Contact Details

Name:Human Resources
Company:Caracole, Inc
Email:
resume@caracole.org
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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


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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.

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