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Feb 21, 2024 CEO Journey to Hope Full Time TITLE: CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER, JOURNEY TO HOPE (JtH)   POSITION SUMMARY: The Chief Executive Officer, using strong fundraising, networking and visionary skills, is responsible for creating the Details
Dale Elliott

Journey to Hope

office.jth@gmail.com

5139315777

1299 Full Link


Full Time

TITLE: CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER, JOURNEY TO HOPE (JtH)

 

POSITION SUMMARY: The Chief Executive Officer, using strong fundraising, networking and visionary skills, is responsible for creating the framework, structure, outreach, funding, staffing model and programs to achieve the mission, vision and strategic direction of JtH.

 

REPORTS TO: Board of Directors

 

RESPONSIBILITIES:

A. Development and Fundraising

  • Identify funds needed to meet the budget and strategic vision.
  • Identify the goals, strategies and framework for the annual fundraising plan, including planned and unplanned gifts, grants and events.
  • Leverage relationships and partnerships in the community to enhance JtH’s standing and name recognition and overall brand awareness.
  • Utilize marketing and social media to connect with ideal demographics and expose them to JtH’s messaging.
  • Achieve JtH’s image as the gold standard in the Cincinnati community for small group coaching.

B.  Strategic         

  • Provide vision, leadership, and strategic insight to the board and EOS for fulfilling Journey to Hope’s mission and new strategic direction, utilizing input from multiple sources, including all board members.
  • Assist in expanding board membership and board committees to add needed areas of expertise.
  • Establish structure for coordinating between new sites to ensure smooth communications, consistency, and reduce redundancy.
  • Attend meetings, conferences, review literature and confer with other organizations to maintain current knowledge of the thinking, issues and people influencing issues important to our organization’s mission.
  • Establish and foster collegial relationships with all entities where JtH serves, to perceive ongoing needs and issues within those organizations.
  • Increase the number of programs offered and number of participants served by 20% each year in the first five years.
  • Create and implement a strategy for effective and ongoing program evaluation within the first twelve months.
  • Increase earned income by 50% in the first five years.

 

C. Visionary

  • Lead EOS team in L10 meetings and strategic planning process.
  • Create framework for JtH to successfully transform to a multi-location model by 2026.
  • Create and demonstrate a compelling value proposition to the community and to funders.
  • Assist in building new curricula in emotional, spiritual, physical, and financial well-being that reflects the needs and interests of people within the communities we serve.

 

 

D. Administrative-

  • Create a staffing model that is programmatically and financially sustainable.
  • Oversee the proper execution of operations for the organization.
  • Identify and assemble the staff needed to successfully carry out the organization’s programs and support its mission. Hire and coach staff members as necessary.
  • Propose annual budgets for the organization’s operations and programmatic activities
  • Ensure that the organization operates within the financial parameters set by the board and monitor monthly financial transactions.

 

E. Programming-

  • Provide oversight and guidance on the development of the curricula and program materials for small groups, coordinate programs (e.g., support groups; classes; seminars; workshops), and continually evaluate and research new programming and partnerships that fosters the organization’s mission. 
  • Convene and lead staff discussions as needed regarding strategic, operational and tactical issues.
  • Oversee recruitment and training of new coaches and volunteers who meet JtH standards.

 

F. Representation and Accountability-

  • Advance the mission and image of the organization by serving as the chief representative of the organization to all stakeholders, including the board, staff, donors and/or members of the media and the general public.
  • Oversee the design and when appropriate develop (or review) reports, publications, presentations, articles and other communications (e.g., Web-based and other media) to disseminate and promote the organization’s activities.
  • Report regularly to the board on the activities of the organization and progress toward meeting strategic objectives.
  • Identify issues and policies that require the action of the board.
  • Meet with the chairperson of the board before each board meeting to structure and guide the upcoming board meeting, allowing the opportunity for discussion and input.

 

Evaluation

  • The Executive Director’s annual performance review will be conducted by the board of directors at the end of each year. In addition to submitting a personal statement assessing recent achievements and future goals, the Director may be asked to provide two letters of support from different people he/she has worked with over the year. 
Feb 16, 2024 Manager, Communications The Health Collaborative Full Time Reports to:    Chief Executive Officer and Chief Engagement Officer Level/Grade Sr. Professional Type of Position Full Time Hours/Week 40 hrs/week; exempt Details
Nicci Weber

The Health Collaborative

nweber@healthcollab.org

5138782870

1298 Full Link


Full Time

Reports to:    Chief Executive Officer and Chief Engagement Officer

Level/Grade

Sr. Professional

Type of Position

Full Time

Hours/Week

40 hrs/week; exempt

JOB SUMMARY

The Manager of Communications plays a crucial role in advancing the mission and goals of The Health Collaborative by developing and implementing effective communication strategies.  This position involves 1) producing a wide variety of compelling content including press releases, creative briefs, slide decks, talking points and presentations, and creating collateral. 2) managing various communication channels, some requiring light technical tasks: layout, design, photography, video, video editing 3) developing ways to engage members and stakeholders to enhance the organization’s visibility and impact 4) collaborates internally with staff to effectively communicate priorities and initiatives 5) serves as public information officer for incident-related needs public relations manager in collaboration with the CEO and Chief Engagement Officer and 6) leads and participates in stakeholder meetings and events.  

 

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES

CONTENT CREATION

  • Collaborate with key stakeholders to ensure consistency and effectiveness in messaging.
  • Write, edit, and produce high-quality content for various channels, including press releases, newsletters, social media, website, articles, reports, talking points, collateral messages, fact sheets, briefs, presentations, press releases, and op-eds.
  • Ensure all content reflects the Organization’s values and resonates with the target audience.
  • Collaborate with teams to create materials that support grant submissions.

MEDIA RELATIONS

  • Cultivate relationships with media outlets to secure coverage and promote the Organization’s initiatives.

SOCIAL MEDIA MANAGEMENT

  • Oversee the Organization’s social media presence, including content creation, posting schedules, and community engagement.
  • Monitor social media trends and analytics to optimize content strategy.

WEBSITE MANAGEMENT

  • Maintain and update the Organization’s website with current information, engaging visuals, and user-friendly design.
  • Coordinate regular updates, newsletters, and meetings to promote internal cohesion.
  • Leverage analytics to promote and drive content to most accessed channels.

INTERNAL COMMUNICATIONS

  • Coordinate regular updates, newsletters, and meetings to promote internal cohesion.
  • Create internal communication to ensure shared knowledge and engagement across the staff.
  • Work closely with other departments to gather information and insights for communication initiatives.

EVENT SUPPORT

  • Plan and execute events, including but not limited to large convening sessions with members and stakeholders and community outreach activities.
  • Coordinate logistics, secure sponsorships, and ensure the smooth operation of events.

EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS & COORDINATION

  • In collaboration with the Director, Emergency Preparedness and Response and the Chief Engagement Officer, serve as the Public Information Officer (PIO) responsible for interfacing with the public, the media, and with other jurisdictions/organizations with incident-related information needs.
  • Interface with PIOs from other agencies and jurisdictions to ensure the release of accurate information to the public and media.
  • Convene hospital system Public Information Officers.
  • Specific training is required and must be completed within 1 year of hire date.

 

 

METRICS AND REPORTING

  • Establish key performance indicators (KPIs) and regularly report on the effectiveness of marketing and communication efforts.
  • Use data-driven insights to make informed decisions and optimize strategies.

OTHER

  • Ensure proper use and protection of information assets by complying with the organization’s information privacy and security policies to protect assets from unauthorized access and by reporting any security events or potential events or other security risks to the organization.
  • Perform additional tasks as directed.

POSITION REQUIREMENTS

  • A minimum of three years related experience in brand strategy and implementation, copywriting, digital and print production, public relations, and social media and website content.
  • Demonstrated ability to use personalized news distribution platforms (Cerkl) or other email marketing platforms
  • Self-directed and self-motivated with excellent planning, organizing and project management skills to meet deadlines.
  • Willingness for scope-of-work to range from high-level strategy needs to day-to-day copywriting, social media posting, and other end-to-end tasks.
  • Strong technical abilities (proficient in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Salesforce as a CRM) and familiar with other design software, media design and placement, as well as website content management software.
  • Experience in managing multiple priorities and tasks simultaneously.
  • Excellent writing skills with high attention to detail.
  • Exceptional relationship-building and development skills.
  • Works well given direction and able to take lead on projects with minimum supervision.
  • Ability to ask for help when needed and communicate professionally and effectively when challenging situations arise.
  • Demonstrates knowledge of the health care sector.
  • Demonstrates creative thinking and a passion for storytelling.
  • Availability for occasional event support, including morning, evening and weekend hours outside of normal operating hours.
  • Must be able to withstand prolonged periods sitting at a desk and working on a computer, up to 90% of the time.
  • Must be able to lift up to 10lbs, up to 10% of the time.

EDUCATION/CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS

  • Bachelor’s degree in communications, journalism, media, business administration, or a related field.

OTHER INFORMATION

  • Salary range: $60,000 - $75,000
  • Highly qualified candidates may be considered for a Senior Manager title and elevated salary range depending on experience and expertise.
Feb 15, 2024 Thriving Services Manager Dress for Success Cincinnati Full Time Do you believe all people have ability and value and should be treated with dignity and respect? Do you want to be part of an organization that believes in the transformational power of work? Do you Details
Megan Zarnitz

Dress for Success Cincinnati

HumanResources@dfscincy.org

1513322178

1297 Full Link


Full Time

Do you believe all people have ability and value and should be treated with dignity and respect?

Do you want to be part of an organization that believes in the transformational power of work?

Do you want to join a team that truly cares about each other and every client they serve?

Do you want the opportunity to be at the leadership level with opportunities for continued growth and development?

 

If you answered yes to those questions,

Dress for Success Cincinnati could be a great place for you!

 

Dress for Success Cincinnati (DFSC) has a mission to empower women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire and development tools to help them thrive in work and in life.

 

We are looking for candidates who want to help women dream and reach their potential. We want candidates who want to work for an organization that demonstrates compassion, and kind accountability, and where diversity is valued, and inclusion is a priority in an equitable environment both for employees and clients.

 

Thriving Services Manager

As the Thriving Services Manager, you will work hard and have to manage competing priorities, while overseeing the launch of new program initiatives to support women on their path to self-sufficiency and thriving. DFSC is an organization that values and leverages its small staff and its strong volunteer base. It is a busy place where we like to have fun while digging into the business of helping women reach self-defined success. You will have the exciting opportunity to think strategically and act tactically to meet the challenges of working with a variety of internal and external groups.

 

In this role, you will be accountable for how well you perform against specific metrics, and your ability to:

  • In partnership with VP of Programs, develop and launch relational, women-centered trauma responsive programs with the goal of increasing self-sufficiency, economic mobility, and well-being
  • Provide direction, supervision, and coaching to a team of Coaches/Advocates who will support women on their journey to self-sufficiency
  • Promote impact measurement culture and oversee/monitor data collection and evaluation systems to ensure results.
  • Utilize impact measurement results to inform program evolution and implementation strategy
  • Assist in maintaining relationships with community partners and in developing a “rolodex” of service partners for referrals and care coordination
  • Oversee hiring process and training of direct coaching staff.
  • Launch peer support circles and train staff/volunteer facilitators for diverse women’s cohort seeking community, resiliency building, and peer support in their journey to thriving
  • Be a fearless and consistent advocate of equity, inclusion, and diversity throughout every program and at all levels of the organization

 

The skills and experiences you need to help you be successful as the Thriving Services Manager include:

  • A bachelor’s degree in social work or a related field with a minimum of 5 years of relevant experience or 8 years of progressive experience in nonprofit programming, mentoring, coaching, or personal/professional development.
  • Experience supervising and/or implementing strengths-based interventions and programs.
  • Demonstrated self-starter who can manage self and team with high levels of autonomy
  • Experience working inclusively with marginalized populations

 

At Dress for Success Cincinnati we offer a competitive salary and benefits package and

a place you can be proud to work!

 

To apply for this position please complete follow this link to an application form: https://forms.office.com/r/xSaUcB6y89

We will follow up with you within two business days.

 

Dress for Success is an equal opportunity employer, and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law.

Feb 12, 2024 Program & Advancement Manager Magnified Giving Full Time Job Title: Program & Advancement Manager  Location: Magnified Giving | 9940 Reading Road, Evendale, OH  Hybrid position with flexibility to work in-person or remotely. Hours: Hourly Details
Kelly Collison

Magnified Giving

kelly@magnifiedgiving.org

5137339727

1296 Full Link



Full Time

Job Title: Program & Advancement Manager 

Location: Magnified Giving | 9940 Reading Road, Evendale, OH 

Hybrid position with flexibility to work in-person or remotely.

Hours: Hourly position - 32 hours/week with opportunity for overtime hours with approval. 

Rate of Pay: $24.00 per hour, non-exempt

Reports to: Director of Programs and Director of Advancement

The Program & Advancement Manager manages the day-to-day operations of programs, advancement and administration for the Magnified Giving team. The team member in this role provides critical support to the Director of Programs and Director of Advancement by establishing and maintaining systems and records that support program and advancement activities and goals. Our ideal candidate will make Magnified Giving stronger by passionately developing strong systems and ensuring smooth operations to support the success of our mission.

Key Areas of Responsibility

Strengthen Our Programs

  • In coordination with the Director of Programs, provide support for 130+ facilitators of Magnified Giving’s Youth Philanthropy Programs and cultivate relationships with educators and partners who carry out our programming.

  • Develop and maintain systems for efficient record-keeping of information relating to participating Youth Philanthropy Programs, grant recipients, and impact. 

  • Manage and schedule speaking engagements for Roger Grein, Founder of Magnified Giving, to empower and encourage youth participants, and accompany him.

  • Cultivate positive and supportive relationships with nonprofit partners, and foster greater collaboration to further our mission.

  • Be a highly informed advocate for the Magnified Giving mission of youth philanthropy and service-learning.

Support Advancement

  • In coordination with the Director of Advancement, continue and cultivate positive relationships with donors and community partners, and utilize your creativity to connect each individual to our mission.

  • Work with the Director of Communications to develop and prepare necessary and meaningful materials for meetings with donors and community members.

  • With the Director of Advancement and Director of Communications, seek and enact unique and meaningful ways to express gratitude to our supporters and demonstrate impact.

Manage Foundational Administrative Routines

  • Process donations by entering them into the necessary systems and preparing the acknowledgement letters to be mailed or emailed. Prepare bank deposits for CEO.

  • Produce Donor software and Quickbooks reports and provide data to support strong decision-making for the Magnified Giving team.

  • In coordination with the Director of Communications, produce and coordinate general and bulk mailings in support of donor engagement.

  • Maintain confidential records in donor relations systems as needed.

Collaborate Enthusiastically

  • Communicate with all team members on a regular basis, specifically in oral and written reports to direct report supervisors upon request.

  • Other special projects and committees as assigned. 

  • Attend a weekly team meeting to share workflow and project progress.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in a related field. 

  • Minimum two years of administrative, program, and/or advancement experience.

  • Proficiency in Microsoft Windows software and applications is required, especially Microsoft Excel. 

  • Google Workspace proficiency.

  • Familiarity with nonprofit CRM and donor management platforms, or proven ability to master new software. Experience with DonorSnap is a plus.

  • Familiarity with QuickBooks, or proven ability to master new software.

  • Possesses strong organization skills and demonstrates attention to detail.

  • Possesses strong project coordination, customer service, and problem-solving skills.

  • Demonstrated ability to collaborate with a variety of volunteers, staff, and agency/community partner representatives.

  • Ability to establish and deliver on priorities and maintain confidentiality as required.

  • Possess an interest and passion for Magnified Giving’s mission.

Core Competencies

Communication/Interpersonal Skills, Technological Proficiency, Time/Project Management, Accountability, Confidentiality, Ability to multitask.

Working Conditions

  • This job is hybrid, with a primary workspace at the Magnified Giving office but with opportunity to work up to half of hours remotely  based on preference and coordination with supervisors.

  • Hourly position - 32 hours a week, with opportunity for overtime hours with approval.

  • Monday through Thursday are normal operating hours for the organization - dependent on the calendar and workflow, Friday if necessary.

  • Office space provided with office tools needed to manage the responsibilities of the position.

  • This role will involve extended viewing of a computer monitor. 

  • Must have flexibility to attend special events and meetings which may include working evenings and weekends, as necessary.

  • Ability to lift up to 20 lbs; occasional physical exertion may be required in setting up meeting spaces.

  • Must be able to provide own transportation to occasion events and meetings within the regional area, including some evenings and weekends.

Compensation and Benefits

Rate of Pay: $24 per hour. Benefits: Flexible work location; flexible work schedule; ten paid holidays per year; one week paid vacation (40 hours) during first year of employment if hired prior to July 1st, prorated after July 1st; PTO with approval.

About Magnified Giving 

Magnified Giving is a nonprofit educational organization located in Evendale, OH. Our mission is to educate, inspire and engage youth in philanthropy, and to touch the hearts and minds of teens, lighten the concerns of others, and magnify the impact of philanthropy. For more information, visit https://magnifiedgiving.org/

Our core values are Collaboration, Empathy, and Youth Empowerment. These core values are emphasized in our workplace: 

  1. We strive to collaborate in a manner that uplifts each member of our team and engages their strengths and passions; 

  2. We demonstrate empathy and care for our teammates and their life circumstances as we help each other learn and grow professionally and personally; 

  3. And we work together to empower youth! We foster a culture of joy and celebration that each day, we get to work together with a resilient and fun team to empower thousands of youth to be philanthropists!

To Apply 

Please send a cover letter and resume to Kelly Collison, CEO, at kelly@magnifiedgiving.org. Deadline to apply is April 15th.

Feb 7, 2024 Director, Food Innovation Corporation for Findlay Market Full Time Position Overview The Director will be responsible for all Findlay Market Food Innovation programs and the development of future Food Innovation initiatives to support independent food entrepre Details
Jackson Wantz

Corporation for Findlay Market

jwantz@findlaymarket.org

5137448001

1295 Full Link



Full Time

Position Overview

The Director will be responsible for all Findlay Market Food Innovation programs and the development of future Food Innovation initiatives to support independent food entrepreneurs to start, grow, and scale. Current programs and initiatives include Findlay Kitchen, Findlay Launch, and Findlay Learn. 

 

The Director will have responsibility for ensuring the growth and sustainability of the Food Innovation programs and initiatives, and the appropriate cross-promotion and leveraging to ensure success across all programs. 

 

In addition, the Director will be directly involved in casting a vision for future programs and identifying the best approach to leveraging and integrating existing resources and developing new resources, furthering our focus on Findlay Market serving as an anchor for a diverse community and continuing growth as a leader in education and support of the independent food industry ecosystem.  

 

The Director supervises the Associate Director of Findlay Kitchen, Associate Director of Entrepreneur Support, and Entrepreneurship Project Manager and is responsible for oversight of the Findlay Kitchen, Findlay Launch, and Findlay Learn teams. The Director serves on the leadership team of the Corporation for Findlay Market, and reports directly to the CEO.

 

Director, Food Innovation Role Description

 

Findlay Market is Ohio’s longest-running public market and a historic landmark.  Key to its current and future success is the support of a robust environment for food-related businesses to start, grow, and scale.  This is one of the key objectives of the Corporation for Findlay Market’s strategic plan.  

 

With Findlay Kitchen, Findlay Launch, Findlay Learn and future initiatives, Findlay Market has established its role as the region’s only entrepreneurial support ecosystem for independent food-related businesses and has a growing role as a national leader in this field of interest. Our Food Innovation programs create a pipeline of emerging and growing businesses both for Findlay Market and for the greater Cincinnati region.

 

A commitment to supporting diversity, equity and inclusion is a core organizational value for the Corporation for Findlay Market, and our Food Innovation work has been a key driver in increasing engagement with diverse business owners and community partners. These programs place special emphasis on cultivating women, immigrant, and minority-owned businesses, which currently comprise 83% of our Findlay Kitchen member community, 95% of Findlay Learn participants,  and 100% of our Findlay Launch participants. It is important to our Food Innovation programs, and Findlay Market, that we continue to play a positive role in growing a dynamic and inclusive entrepreneurial ecosystem that is truly representative of our changing community. By partnering with like-minded organizations and donors, we are able to lower barriers to  entry and provide scholarships and business-building growth opportunities.

 

Findlay Kitchen must continue progress toward financial sustainability through strategic member growth and management, effective and efficient team and facility management, and impactful fundraising efforts. Findlay Kitchen's growth focus is on strengthening entrepreneur support services including facilitating growth opportunities for members and further development of support and educational programming and facility functionality.

 

Findlay Learn programs and initiatives must continue to create sustainable, accessible, and actionable education and support programs and initiatives of CFFM. Current growth focus areas include collaboration with Findlay Kitchen, support of Findlay Market House vendors and outdoor market vendors, and establishing an educational system that can expand impact and outreach beyond Findlay Market and the immediate region.  

 

Findlay Launch is poised for strategic assessment of program impact and potential growth. The current focus is assessing program objectives, strengthening program implementation, and partnership development.  

 

Integral to all Food Innovation programs is the need to understand the system challenges and trends of the food industry as well as the individual needs of the independent food entrepreneurs with whom we work. The Director  must be proactive in networking and communication efforts to build recognition of the Corporation for Findlay Market and our Food Innovation programs’ growing impact on the independent food industry ecosystem.

 

Integral to this is growing awareness, fundraising expansion, and movement towards national impact for our programs and initiatives. 

 

General Description:

The Director, Food Innovation’s success will be measured in part by the following goals:

 

  • Continued strategic and sustainable growth of Findlay Kitchen, Findlay Learn and Findlay Launch programs
  • Support cultural and income diversity as part of Food Innovation programs and initiatives
  • Build a sustainable, accessible, knowledgeable, responsive Food Innovation program.

 

The Director, Food Innovation will have the following detailed responsibilities:

 

Principal Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Findlay Kitchen 
    • Operational Oversight - Establish goals and objectives of staff, facility, and programming in collaboration with Associate Director.
    • Financial Performance - Lead strategy for the development and maintenance of a detailed set of metrics and progress indicators to move towards sustainable and profitable operations for Findlay Kitchen. Additionally, focus on increasing awareness and exploring further fundraising opportunities to support the ongoing growth of the program.
    • Program Development - Oversight of development of programming, partnership and external relations for Findlay Kitchen. 

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  • Findlay Launch
    • Project Oversight - Establish vision, goals, and objectives in collaboration with the Associate Director.
    • Financial Performance -  Identify strategic growth of earned revenue opportunities. Additionally, focus on increasing awareness and exploring further fundraising opportunities to support the ongoing growth of the program.
    • Program Development - Oversight of program reviews, partnerships, and implementation. 

 

  • Findlay Learn
    • Program Oversight – Establish the visions, goals, and objectives of programs and initiatives in collaboration with the Associate Director.  
    • Financial Performance  – Identify strategic growth of earned revenue. Additionally, focus on increasing awareness and exploring further fundraising opportunities to support the ongoing growth of the program.
    • Project Development – Identification of industry trends, assessment of program impacts, and determination of education and support needs for program and initiative development. 
    • Fundraising – Set budget targets, and support Development team efforts to connect with potential funders and secure funding to advance the goals of the program.  
  • Food Innovation Initiatives
    • Vision Casting – Drive the vision for Food Innovation programs and initiatives as a whole. Leverage the community of Findlay Market businesses to pilot solutions for systematic industry issues. 
    • Consulting - Establish parameters for consulting support with external partners, with the goal of growing paid consulting opportunities.
    • Large-scale Events - Drive partnerships and responsible for overall execution of large-scale events including Taste of Cincinnati, Asian Food Fest)
    • Evaluation – Determine gaps in the Food Innovation offerings to support food entrepreneurs and their ability to start, grow and scale.  Lead feasibility studies to determine partners or new programs to fill those gaps. 
    • Network and Promotion - Leverage exposure opportunities to understand the state of local, regional, state and national industry conditions and build awareness of our programs.
    • Advocacy and systems support - participate in public policy and outreach work to grow community recognition and resources for local food entrepreneurs. Explore avenues for businesses associated with Findlay Market to play a constructive role in advancing placemaking efforts and contributing to the ongoing development of Over-the-Rhine as a hub for successful food enterprises. 

 

Values, Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:

  • Knowledge of organizational & management practices and budgeting & accounting principles.
  • Demonstrated ability to recruit, train, manage, supervise, and lead a staff team.
  • Continual investment in the independent food ecosystem through education, networking, leadership.
  • Skill and experience in program development and execution, coordinating activities, evaluating data, and establishing priorities.
  • Previous involvement in food-related businesses preferred.
  • A commitment to supporting diversity and demonstrated ability to work in a proactively diverse and inclusive organization.
  • Entrepreneurial mindset with an eye towards expanding earned revenue opportunities.
  • Understand and thrive in the mission of a public market and the community it serves.
  • Excellent, proven interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills.
  • Effective problem-solving and mediation skills.
  • Demonstrated ability to share skills and knowledge with others.
  • Proficiency with office computer equipment and software.
  • Demonstrated ability to multi-task and work in a fast-paced, demanding environment.
  • Proven ability to cope with conflict, stress, and crises. 
  • Continual on-the-job learning is required.
  • Must be able to work some non-traditional hours, including evenings and weekends.

 

Qualifications

Values, Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:

  • Knowledge of organizational & management practices and budgeting & accounting principles.
  • Demonstrated ability to recruit, train, manage, supervise, and lead a staff team.
  • Continual investment in the independent food ecosystem through education, networking, leadership.
  • Skill and experience in program development and execution, coordinating activities, evaluating data, and establishing priorities.
  • Previous involvement in food-related businesses preferred.
  • A commitment to supporting diversity and demonstrated ability to work in a proactively diverse and inclusive organization.
  • Entrepreneurial mindset with an eye towards expanding earned revenue opportunities.
  • Understand and thrive in the mission of a public market and the community it serves.
  • Excellent, proven interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills.
  • Effective problem-solving and mediation skills.
  • Demonstrated ability to share skills and knowledge with others.
  • Proficiency with office computer equipment and software.
  • Demonstrated ability to multi-task and work in a fast-paced, demanding environment.
  • Proven ability to cope with conflict, stress, and crises. 
  • Continual on-the-job learning is required.
  • Must be able to work some non-traditional hours, including evenings and weekends.
  • Please have a copy of your resume, a cover letter, and 3 references prepared for the application, with at least 1 reference being a former manager.

Application Information 

  • Deadline: Friday, Mar 1, 2024. Please apply via the link below with a resume, cover letter, and 3 references: https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=86963&clientkey=0BB6FCEC14A878399A79C975D1AC06B9
  • Salary: $70,000 - $80,000
  • This is a year-round, full-time position with an attractive benefits package that includes: 4 weeks of PTO (5 weeks after 2 years; 6 weeks after 10 years), 9 paid holidays, paid parental leave, health insurance (medical, dental, vision, life, short-term disability, long-term disability), CFFM pays 85-90% of health insurance premiums for the staff member and all qualifying dependents, CFFM HSA contribution for those enrolled in medical insurance, partial cell phone reimbursement or work phone, work computer, discounted parking pass, Sabbatical Program after 5 years of service.

CFFM is an equal opportunity employer.

 

Jan 31, 2024 Human Resources Generalist St. Vincent de Paul Full Time Human Resources Generalist Job Description   St. Vincent de Paul – Cincinnati (SVDP) has served residents of greater Cincinnati for over 150 years with basic needs such as food, medicine, Details
Gretchen Long

St. Vincent de Paul

glong@svdpcincinnati.org

513-763-2985

1294 Full Link



Full Time

Human Resources Generalist Job Description

 

St. Vincent de Paul – Cincinnati (SVDP) has served residents of greater Cincinnati for over 150 years with basic needs such as food, medicine, and homelessness prevention through its outreach center in the West End and through fifty-six parish-based volunteer Vincentian Conferences (chapters). SVDP provides holistic direct assistance and systemic change services while treating neighbors in need with dignity, and compassion.  At St. Vincent de Paul, diversity is a fact and inclusion I an act. Every person is valued and made to feel.

that they belong.

 

Job Title:               Human Resources Generalist

 

Reports to:            Director of Human Resources

 

Job Status:            Exempt

 

Location:                  Office Environment

 

Job Summary:      

The Human Resources Generalist will be a key team member who supports our SVDP’s HR department's day-to-day operations.  The ideal candidate should have a strong understanding of HR principles and be committed to fostering a positive work environment.

Responsibilities and Duties:

Recruitment and Onboarding Ownership of the sourcing and recruitment process, including job postings, screening resumes, scheduling and conducting interviews, and assisting with onboarding new employees.

Termination and Offboarding Managing the termination process, conducting exit interviews, and managing related documentation.

Employee Relations Fielding complaints seeking solutions and promoting a positive work environment. Contribute ideas and promote employee engagement and well-being through various programs and initiatives.

HR Policies and Compliance Ensuring that the organization complies with all labor laws and regulations and maintaining HR policies and procedures. Educating employees and fielding inquiries on benefit programs, including health insurance, retirement plans, and leave policies. Addressing compensation-related inquiries. Ensuring the organization adheres to all relevant employment laws and ethical standards.

Performance Management Supporting the performance appraisal processes, providing guidance to supervisors and employees, and addressing performance issues, assisting with development and implementation of performance improvement plans.

Training and Development Collaboratively Identifying training needs, organizing and facilitating training sessions, and supporting employee development initiatives.

HR Data and Records Assist with maintaining accurate HR metrics, generating HR related reports, and utilizing HR software systems. Providing HR-related data and analytics to support decision-making.

Maintain Professional Relevance Research and remain abreast of new industry trends via continuing education, professional subscriptions, professional organization membership, involvement, and participation.

Job Qualifications and Requirements:

  • ·        Bachelor's degree in Human Resources, Business Administration, or a related field.
  • ·        3-5 years proven experience as an HR Generalist or in a similar HR role.
  • ·        Strong knowledge of HR laws, regulations, and best practices.
  • ·        Excellent communication and people skills.
  • ·        Detail-oriented with exceptional organizational abilities.
  • ·        Proficiency in HRIS software and Microsoft Office Suite.
  • ·        Ability to manage sensitive and confidential information with discretion.
  • ·         SHRM-CP, or PHR preferred.

Physical Requirements

 

  • Must have the ability to sit and/or stand for extended periods of time.
  • Ability to lift and carry up to 35lbs.
  • ·        Ability to speak, hear, and engage in effective communication, both in person and over the telephone.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jan 25, 2024 Chief People & Belonging Officer Girl Scouts of Western Ohio Full Time Chief People & Belonging Officer  Are you a visionary leader with a passion for cultivating an exceptional organizational culture and empowering a diverse and talented workforce? If so, we h Details
Cheryl Engel

Girl Scouts of Western Ohio

cherylengel@gswo.org

5136191390

1292 Full Link


Full Time

Chief People & Belonging Officer

 Are you a visionary leader with a passion for cultivating an exceptional organizational culture and empowering a diverse and talented workforce? If so, we have an exciting opportunity for you as our Chief People & Belonging Officer (CPBO) . As the CPBO, you will play a pivotal role in shaping our organization’s human resources strategy, driving employee engagement, and fostering a people-centric environment where every team member can thrive.

 Girl Scouts of Western Ohio is shaping the future of girl leadership!  Our core strengths are rooted in our agile teams, our innovation and our belief that learning never stops. Joining Girl Scouts means you will be part of an inclusive team-centric organization where the girls and communities we serve are our top priority.  Working at Girl Scouts of Western Ohio gives you the opportunity to build a meaningful career while you grow personally and professionally! If you would like to empower girls to make the world a better place - you belong at Girl Scouts!  Join the movement!  

 What you’ll be working on:

  • Own and advance GSWO’s Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging vision and strategy.
  • In partnership with Senior Leadership, create and implement plans to promote diversity and enable an inclusive culture.
  • Manage relationship with Professional Employer Organization (PEO), insurance broker and other vendors.
  • Manage staff communications to cultivate an engaged workforce and inclusive culture.
  • Manage the employee benefits portfolio and the total compensation strategy for all staff.
  • Oversee the recruitment and hiring process for the purpose of maintaining a highly qualified staff.
  • Create workforce retention strategies and tools, including staff training and mentoring, based on council needs, career pathing, and succession planning.
  • Administer the council’s performance management program. Support supervisors on coaching and feedback techniques.
  • Plan, execute, and monitor programs that promote health, safety, and well-being for employees.

 What you’ll need:

  • Bachelor’s degree and equivalent work experience in all functional areas of Human Resources as well Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging. 
  • Minimum of ten years’ experience in previous Human Resource Leadership roles.
  • Thorough knowledge of federal, state, and local laws affecting human resources administration.
  • Ability to work in a team environment with commitment to contributing to the organizational goals.
  • Excellent abilities with MS Office, applicant tracking systems, pay, and HRIS applications.
  • Proven track record in talent acquisition, developing associates, team building, engagement, employee relations, and aligning business objectives with management and employees.
  • Excellent communication skills: written and oral.
  • Implementing HR strategies that sustain growth and success.
  • Other requirements as determined by Girl Scouts of Western Ohio.

 The perks:

  • Competitive pay and generous benefits package.
  • Supportive environment for learning and development.
  • Flexibility for work/life balance.
  • Opportunity for hybrid teleworking arrangement.
  • A high-achieving and fun team.
  • Casual dress code.

 Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging (DEIB) Statement:  The Girl Scouts fosters belonging and respect for all girls. We empower all girls, volunteers, and staff to fulfill their potential and make the world a better place. Our Girl Scout Promise drives us to provide diverse, equitable, and inclusive experiences where all girls, volunteers, and staff are confident they belong. We stand firm in these commitments and are united by these ideals.

 We are an equal opportunity employer, and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

Jan 22, 2024 Artist Career Development Specialist ArtWorks Full Time ArtWorks is an equal opportunity employer and is strongly committed to building and retaining a diverse team. We believe in creating an inclusive workplace which harnesses each voice to collectively a Details
Greg Sunderhaus

ArtWorks

greg@artworkscincinnati.org

5133333601

1293 Full Link


Full Time

ArtWorks is an equal opportunity employer and is strongly committed to building and retaining a diverse team. We believe in creating an inclusive workplace which harnesses each voice to collectively advance ArtWorks’ mission. We strongly encourage applications from people of color, persons with disabilities, LGBTQ+ individuals and other marginalized applicants.

 

Job Title: Artist Career Development Specialist

Compensation: Competitive salary commensurate with experience. Comprehensive employee benefits package includes health insurance (80% paid by ArtWorks), life insurance with AD&D, ST and LT disability (100% paid by ArtWorks), generous paid time off, up to12 weeks for individual/family leave fully paid, 401k plan with ArtWorks match of 100% on first 4% of salary, 11 holidays and a year-end winter break of 5 days, $25 per month of cell phone reimbursement, and investment in career development. Vision and dental provided at employee cost.

Salary Range: $22.00 - $26.00 per hour

Job Type: Exempt – Part Time, 30 hours

Location: ArtWorks Administrative Office, 2460 Gilbert Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45206

Reports to: Senior Director of Impact

Start date: March 1, 2024

 

About ArtWorks: Now in its 28th year, ArtWorks is an award-winning Greater Cincinnati nonprofit that has pioneered public art and economic impact throughout the region to create community-based public art that provides career opportunities for artists of all ages. ArtWorks works alongside community leaders to build civic pride with art that beautifies the region, creating jobs for more than 300 artists annually, including young artists ages 14-24, to earn a living wage. The economic empowerment and mentorship that ArtWorks provides leads to upward mobility, which is critically important for young people who come from a majority of under resourced and underemployed neighborhoods and households. Since 1996, ArtWorks has employed over 4,000 youth and 3,500 creative professionals. The organization has completed more than 14,000 public and private art works of art, including public sculpture, light-based installations and more than 200 permanent outdoor murals, contributing to the region’s global reputation as an arts destination. Now headquartered in Walnut Hills, ArtWorks is part of the burgeoning arts district in Cincinnati’s historic second downtown.


Job Description

ArtWorks seeks an Artist Career Development Specialist that will play a pivotal role in shaping the professional trajectories of youth and teaching artist participants in ArtWorks’ apprenticeship program, gallery fellowship program, and creative service studios program. The primary responsibilities include designing and implementing workforce development curriculums for both youth and artists, leading engaging workshops on career-related and youth development topics and collaborating with subject matter experts to enhance training sessions.

 

Key Responsibilities:

  • Design and develop a comprehensive workforce development curriculum tailored to youth and teaching artist participants across the apprenticeship program, the gallery fellowship program, and creative service studios program.
  • Lead workshops and training sessions on career-related topics and ensure high participant engagement.
  • Identify, collaborate, and coordinate with subject matter experts and professional facilitators to enhance training sessions.
  • Evaluate participant progress and skill development through assessments and feedback.
  • Maintain detailed and organized records of curriculum content, training schedules, and participant outcomes, with all documentation up-to-date and readily accessible throughout the year.
  • Execute ongoing communications with program participants, including sending weekly program update emails and reminders during active programming.
  • Plan and execute artist talk events for the public that support the growth and development of youth and artists.
  • Understand industry trends and best practices in career development, as well as demonstrate alignment with national and expert recommendations, and incorporate new industry-relevant elements into the curriculum annually.
  • Establish an alumni tracking system, to ensure ongoing support and engagement of youth and artists and understand long term program impacts.
  • Implement an external job placement program for youth artists in the creative service studios.
  • Design and implement two successful public art training programs, focusing on project development skills and community engagement skills for professional artists.
  • Additional duties as needed.

 

Qualifications and experiences:

  • Commitment to ArtWorks’ mission, values, culture and Equity, Diversity, Inclusion & Accessibility Plan
  • Bachelor's degree in Arts Administration, Education, Career Counseling, or a related field.
  • Three to five years of experience in curriculum development, workshop facilitation, and career development, preferably in an arts or education-related context.
  • Strong skills in evaluating participant progress using data to adjust programming as needed.
  • Excellent organizational skills with a track record of maintaining detailed and well-organized records of curriculum content, training schedules, and participant outcomes.
  • Previous experience in planning and executing public events, particularly artist talk events, that result in a positive participant experience.
  • Experience in establishing and managing alumni tracking systems, with a focus on ongoing support and engagement strategies.
  • Previous success in implementing job placement programs, particularly in securing placements for program graduates within the arts or related fields.
  • Familiarity with public art initiatives and best practices in project development and community engagement for artists.
  • Must be willing to work outside of normal business hours when needed.

 

Skills and abilities:

  • Builds effective relationships through formal and informal networks, internally and externally.
  • Collaborates by building internal and community partnerships with shared objectives.
  • Champions diversity that recognizes the value of different perspectives and cultures
  • Embraces change by adapting approach and demeanor to match the shifting demands of different situations.
  • Is resourceful in securing and deploying resources effectively and efficiently.
  • Plans and aligns work to meet commitments aligned with organizational goals.
  • Communicates effectively in a variety of communication modes.
  • Excellent organizational, problem-solving and decision-making skills
  • Proficiency with MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and information management systems
  • Adhere to ethical behavior and business practices.

 

The Payoff:

  • Be part of an amazing mission and make a mark in transforming the Greater Cincinnati region with public art, building community, and investing in young artists.
  • Help build a future home for ArtWorks with a site for permanent art studios, gallery, and event space to build a more vibrant community.
  • Be part of a dynamic team that embraces a growth mindset and has fun.
  • Be part of a collaborative, creative and flexible work culture that is people centered.
  • Join a team that values diversity, equity, and inclusion in community-centered work that creates positive change. Read our full commitment here.

 

To Apply: Click Here with cover letter, resume and references