Date Posted Title Company Type Description  
Jul 20, 2018 Talent Search Advisor Cincinnati Youth Collaborative Full Time Cincinnati Youth Collaborative has an opportunity for an Educational Talent Search Advisor. This position provides academic, career, admission and financial advice to participating Cincinnati Public S Details
Billie Sue Toepfer

Cincinnati Youth Collaborative

btoepfer@cycyouth.org

5133635212

339 Full Link



Full Time

Cincinnati Youth Collaborative has an opportunity for an Educational Talent Search Advisor. This position provides academic, career, admission and financial advice to participating Cincinnati Public Schools students. Medical, dental, vision, company paid life, short and long term disability insurances, 401-k plan with a company match and paid time off benefits are among the many benefits available for this full-time position.   

Jul 18, 2018 Administrative Assistant Bethany House Services Full Time 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 p Details
Mary Bennett Brown

Bethany House Services

mbrown@bhsinc.org

513-557-2404

336 Full Link


Full Time

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.

Jul 18, 2018 Development Director Bethany House Services Full Time You will be a critical member of our leadership team. Create new fundraising programs and systems to track progress. Tell our story in the community, and help volunteers and donors connect with our mi Details
Mary Bennett Brown

Bethany House Services

mbrown@bhsinc.org

513-557-2404

337 Full Link


Full Time

You will be a critical member of our leadership team. Create new fundraising programs and systems to track progress. Tell our story in the community, and help volunteers and donors connect with our mission. Drive the growth of Greater Cincinnati’s largest shelter and housing organization for homeless parents and children

 

As you partner with the Executive Director, you will develop the development strategy and tactics; agree on the mix of corporate, individual, foundation and other forms of giving; advise annually on what to start, stop, and continue; develop and lead the donor outreach process.  You will be expected to take the initiative to collaborate with the program and other managers to understand the evolving needs of the organization and community; develop and execute the development plan with specific targets and timetables; oversee the planning and execution of special events, delegating appropriately to staff, volunteers, partners and board members.

 

You will be responsible for developing the corporate giving program in 2018 and you will be lead the development of a capital campaign as you create process/system. 

 

The most successful candidate should have a Bachelor’s degree; CFRE accreditation is a plus. Minimum five years professional fundraising experience with demonstrated success in expanding financial support, major gifts, corporate support and special events. Successful experience in capital campaigns, public relations and marketing desirable.

Jul 18, 2018 Special Events, Communications & Volunteer Coordinator Bethany House Services Full Time The Special Events, Communication and Volunteer Coordinator position is directly responsible for planning, managing, implementing and evaluating special events and volunteers.  Developing, implem Details
Mary Bennett Brown

Bethany House Services

mbrown@bhsinc.org

513-557-2404

338 Full Link


Full Time

The Special Events, Communication and Volunteer Coordinator position is directly responsible for planning, managing, implementing and evaluating special events and volunteers.  Developing, implementing, monitoring and evaluating the Annual Special Events Plan. 

 

For each event, you will provide concept development, budget management, event promotion, logistics, reservations, wrap-up and evaluation.  Coordinate special event volunteers including tracking hours and responsibilities.  Coordinate volunteer cultivation efforts including conducting interviews, tours, training, scheduling to assist staff and volunteer recognition.  Ensure volunteers meet BHS criteria prior to volunteering.  Coordinate volunteer projects in accordance with agency needs as well as ‘friend-raising’ while ensuring every volunteer feels needed and valued.  Follow up with volunteers for feedback and to extend the invitation to continue volunteering.  Ensure all volunteer groups have appropriate supplies and that all their needs are met to ensure a successful and fulfilling volunteer opportunity.  Market volunteer opportunities and donations on agency website, various social media, volunteer match, etc. needed for agency operations.   Post agency news/volunteer stories and pictures on social media.  Convert volunteers into GIK and financial donors.  Prepare monthly volunteer operations report for dashboard.  Track hours and cross-reference data (agency calendar, GIK’s and emails) to ensure best possible accuracy for end-of-year reporting.  Participate in all efforts to publicize the agency and its activities, services and events through publications, website and social media.

 The most successful candidate should have a Bachelor’s degree or any combination of education, training, and/or experience equivalent to completion of a Bachelor’s Degree in English, Communications, or related field.  Minimum of 3-5 years of work experience with a non-profit organization in special events management, development and/or marketing/PR.  Knowledge of information technology, computer systems, and software.  Proficiency in using Microsoft Office products and related tools and applications. Experience with Raiser’s Edge (RE) database or equivalent is preferred. Experience in social media and website management is required

 

Jul 16, 2018 Thriving Learning Communities Program Specialist Mayerson Academy Full Time Position: Thriving Learning Communities Program Specialist FLSA Status: Exempt Responsible to: Senior Program Manager We are a strengths-based group of diverse professionals who inspire educators Details
Patrick R. Benzick

Mayerson Academy

tlc@mayersonacademy.org.

5134754130

335 Full Link


Full Time

Position: Thriving Learning Communities Program Specialist

FLSA Status: Exempt

Responsible to: Senior Program Manager


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 the Thriving Learning Communities specialist, you will work closely with our Senior Program Manager to envision, design, and support professional learning and program delivery for the Thriving Learning Communities (TLC) initiative, our strengths-based approach to social and emotional learning. You are an organized go-getter who loves designing and delivering professional learning and supporting a wide variety of audiences to be successful.  People see you as someone with great judgement who works well under pressure, is adaptive and has a great sense of humor. Learn more about the TLC initiative on our website.

 

Key Responsibilities:

  • Build collaborative, action-oriented relationships with program partners.
  • Seek a deep understanding of each partner’s goals to expertly match the program development process to meet their precise needs.
  • Coordinate, plan, facilitate and deliver professional development and extension activities uniquely suited to partners’ goals.
  • Investigate, explore, advocate, and use evidence-based best practices to achieve beneficial results for the program.
  • Continually evaluate impact data to inform processes and content-development.
  • Define and deliver high quality key program outcomes.
  • Ensure that the necessary processes are in place to ensure best-in-class experiences with all program components. 

 

Ideal Qualifications and Requirements:

  • Ability to design and deliver quality and engaging professional learning experiences
  • Demonstrated experience successfully working and collaborating with a wide variety of audiences and stakeholders
  • Exceptional ability to build and execute a project plan, manage and plan around deadlines, and adjust/evolve plans as new information becomes available
  • Track record of thinking conceptually and mastering complex subject matter quickly
  • Driven by goals and outcomes and manages up and laterally to secure investment of others in achieving results

 

  • Superior acumen of current office technology and 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
  • Ability to travel 2-3 times per quarter and work evenings for occasional events
  • A Bachelor’s degree with a minimum of 4 years or more of job-related experience preferred
  • Work experience within public school systems and delivering professional development strongly preferred

 

Here’s a little bit more about who we are and what we value:

 

Our Purpose: Design, develop, and deliver extraordinary learning experiences so that individuals, teams and organizations can be their best every day.

Our Vision: Mayerson Academy is a sought-after partner to develop highly engaged and high performing schools, organizations and communities through strengths based practices, with services including:

 • Powerful, Effective School Programs for K-12 educators and students that accelerate and expand engagement, performance and learning by activating strengths to build social emotional learning competencies

• Customized and Transformative Consultation, Facilitation and Development for K-16 schools, organizations, and communities to accelerate and expand performance by leading strategic planning and advising, whole-scale change, and culture and program development www.mayersonacademy.org 4

• Unique and Practical Tools and Resources for learners of all ages to support, extend, and sustain learning and development

 

Our Beliefs about Diversity, Equity and Inclusion:

We are constantly striving to live out our commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion in our work – with each other and with our partners.  Here is how we have defined that commitment:

We believe that diversity matters because providing extraordinary learning experiences is only possible when we truly leverage the diverse thinking, perspectives and experiences of our staff, partners and community.

We believe that equity matters because it helps ensure high outcomes of access, opportunities, or self-determined success for all individuals, regardless of any social or cultural factor.

We believe that inclusion matters because it maximizes learning and creativity.  An inclusive culture allows everyone to be themselves and to be their best – two ingredients for valuable and authentic contributions from all.

 

 

Jul 13, 2018 Resource Coordinator Cincinnati Youth Collaborative Full Time CYC has an opportunity for a full time Resource Coordinator. This position comes with a full benefits package inclusive of medical, dental, vision, paid life, short and long term disability insurances Details
Billie Sue Toepfer

Cincinnati Youth Collaborative

btoepfer@cycyouth.org

5133635212

334 Full Link


Full Time

CYC has an opportunity for a full time Resource Coordinator. This position comes with a full benefits package inclusive of medical, dental, vision, paid life, short and long term disability insurances, critical illness insurance, 401K with a company match, paid time off benefits and more. See below for job description and if qualified, we look forward to you applying via our company website. hr@cycyouth.org.

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Jul 11, 2018 Development Director Ken Anderson Alliance Full Time About Ken Anderson AllianceKen Anderson Alliance ("KAA") is a nonprofit based in Cincinnati. We create live, work, play opportunities for adults with developmental disabilities, including integrated c Details
Mark Olson

Ken Anderson Alliance

mark.olson@kenandersonalliance.org

(702) 353-6540

333 Full Link



Full Time

About Ken Anderson Alliance
Ken Anderson Alliance ("KAA") is a nonprofit based in Cincinnati. 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 serves 165 adults with 21 outings per month. Our WORK program will employ 10-15 individuals by year-end in jobs that pay minimum wage or better. Our Strategic Plan calls for us to open our LIVE residential neighborhood in mid-2022.

Job Description
The Development Director position is responsible for planning, directing, and managing a comprehensive development program to raise $300-500,000 annually, or about half the budget needed to fund our program services and operational capacity. The position also will have a key role in a capital campaign, in collaboration with a campaign chairperson, that will raise more than $10 million to build our LIVE, WORK, PLAY community. The Development Director reports to the Executive Director.

Responsibilities and Duties

  • Translate current and emerging organizational priorities into achievable fundraising targets, develop plans of action, and lead the execution of those plans for donor development, annual giving, and a capital campaign of $10 million+
  • Serve on the Finance Committee to inform and guide the board of directors
  • Manage internal and external resources for grant-writing and development administration
  • Maintain the integrity of the Salesforce database and produce fundraising, donor analytic, and other reports as required by the board of directors

Job Qualifications/Requirements

  • A passion for and commitment to the mission and values of the organization; experience working with adults with disabilities and/or disability service organizations a plus
  • Minimum experience of 8 years in development for a nonprofit, including a proven track record of major gifts, annual fund campaigns, donor engagement and cultivation, and capital campaign execution ($1 million+) in the Greater Cincinnati area
  • Ability to generate enthusiasm and coordinate community and civic groups, businesses and individuals to work together to benefit Ken Anderson Alliance and its mission
  • Bachelor's degree or higher from an accredited college or university
  • Willingness to work flexible hours when needed, including evenings and weekends on occasion
  • Comfortable working in a small team atmosphere

Job Type: Full-time

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

How to Apply: An interested applicant should submit a resume and cover letter explaining the relevance of her/his background to our mission and to the qualifications/requirements of the position to: Mark Olson, Executive Director, mark.olson@kenandersonalliance.org

Jul 3, 2018 Youth Talent Development Specialist Brighton Center, Inc. Full Time Youth Talent Development Specialist   Brighton Center, Inc. is a private non-profit community-based organization with the mission to create opportunities for individuals and families t Details
Allison Williams

Brighton Center, Inc.

hrdept@brightoncenter.com

8594918303

329 Full Link


Full Time

Youth Talent Development Specialist
 
Brighton Center, Inc. is a private non-profit community-based organization with the mission to create opportunities for individuals and families to reach self-sufficiency through family support services, education, employment, and leadership. 
 
We currently have a  Full-Time, opportunity for an individual who would like to make a career in a not-for-profit organization.  We are looking for an individual to work in an organization that helps its customers become self-sufficient.
 
We are seeking qualified applicants for a Youth Talent Development Specialist. This position will be responsible for a caseload of Workforce Investment Opportunity Act eligible youth, assisting with educational and career exploration and assistance in selecting post-secondary education and/or employment or work preparation activities.  This position will serve 8 NKY counties, Bonne, Kenton, Campbell, Gallatin, Carroll, Owen, Grant and Pendleton.
  
Responsibilities
(Not Inclusive)
  • Development of an Individual Service Plan for each customer.
  • Determination of eligibility, basic skills and career assessment for participants.
  • Monthly participant monitoring
  • Follow up for all customers one year after program exit.
  • Community and employer relationships and interaction.
Requirements
(Not Inclusive)
  • Bachelor degree in a human services field or equivalent of 2 years direct service employment experience
  • Case Management knowledge, skills, and abilities
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
  • Public speaking ability and great customer service skills.
  • Ability to travel to the 8 northern counties in KY.
Pay Rate
$29,000 - $31,000 Annual Salary (Exempt)
 
 
We are an equal opportunity employer. Employment selection and related decisions are made without regard to gender, race, age, disability, religion, national origin, color, gender identity, sexual orientation, veteran status or any other protected class.
Jul 3, 2018 Senior Coordinator Brighton Center, Inc. Full Time Senior Coordinator   Brighton Center, Inc. is a private non-profit community-based organization with the mission to create opportunities for individuals and families to reach self-suffi Details
Allison Williams

Brighton Center, Inc.

hrdept@brightoncenter.com

8594918303

330 Full Link


Full Time

Senior Coordinator
 
Brighton Center, Inc. is a private non-profit community-based organization with the mission to create opportunities for individuals and families to reach self-sufficiency through family support services, education, employment and leadership. 
 
We currently have a  Full-Time, opportunity for an individual who would like to make a career in a not-for-profit organization.  We are looking for an individual to work in an organization that helps its customers become self-sufficient.
 
We are seeking qualified applicants for a dynamic senior coordinator for a multi-faceted program.  The senior coordinator will lead and provide program management, ensuring that effective service delivery is provided to meet the needs of job seekers and employers while maintaining a focus on the agency mission and core values. The senior coordinator will develop and strengthen Kentucky Career Center partnerships in the community inclusive of businesses, education providers, and community based organizations. Travel to all eight counties in our service area including office presence in the Kentucky Career Center locations of Carrollton, Grant County, Florence and Covington.
 
Responsibilities
(Not Inclusive)
  • Supervise and develop staff,
  • Provide mission and core value driven leadership that promotes new and innovative ideas that leads to effective service delivery.
  • Oversee daily program operations to ensure quality bundled services are being delivered,
  • Coordination of services, program evaluation, and contract compliance.
  • Maintain positive rapport among customers, employers and partnering agencies.
Requirements
(Not Inclusive)
  • Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s degree preferred.
  • Five years demonstrated applicable experience
  • Experience with budget development, program oversight, workforce development system, grant writing, community relations, and public speaking.
  • Proven commitment to creating a continuum of services that lead customers to self-sufficiency and employers to a quality workforce pipeline.
  • A leadership philosophy that is built on investing and developing talent, and a focus on Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI).
Pay Rate
$48,000 - $52,000 Annual Salary (Exempt)
 
 
We are an equal opportunity employer. Employment selection and related decisions are made without regard to gender, race, age, disability, religion, national origin, color, gender identity, sexual orientation, veteran status or any other protected class.
 
No Calls Please
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Jul 3, 2018 Leadership Brighton Center, Inc. Full Time Leadership   Responsibilities (Not inclusive) :   To provide leadership and departmental management in order to meet the needs of the community while maintaining a focus on the age Details
Allison Williams

Brighton Center, Inc.

hrdept@brightoncenter.com

8594918303

331 Full Link


Full Time

Leadership
 
Responsibilities (Not inclusive) :
 
To provide leadership and departmental management in order to meet the needs of the community while maintaining a focus on the agency mission. Managing department staff, developing high quality programs. Overseeing a budget and maintaining and submitting multiple reports. Ensuring contract compliance, developing comprehensive annual plans and ensuring that continuous improvement processes are in place. Must have a thorough understanding of the rights and needs of individuals served by the agency. Must have a thorough understanding of the rights & needs of the target community and be able to have well defined strategies to meet the needs.
 
Requirements: (Not inclusive):
 
Five years experience in the human services area. Bachelor's degree preferred, minimum five years of supervisory experience required.
 
Pay Scale: $49,000+
 
We are an equal opportunity employer. Employment selection and related decisions are made without regard to gender, race, age, disability, religion, national origin, color, gender identity, sexual orientation, veteran status or any other protected class.
 
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Jul 3, 2018 Financial Coach Brighton Center, Inc. Full Time Financial Services Coach   Brighton Center, Inc. is a private non-profit community based organization with the mission to create opportunities for individuals and families to reach self Details
Allison Williams

Brighton Center, Inc.

hrdept@brightoncenter.com

8594918303

332 Full Link


Full Time

Financial Services Coach
 
Brighton Center, Inc. is a private non-profit community based organization with the mission to create opportunities for individuals and families to reach self-sufficiency through family support services, education, employment and leadership. 
 
We currently have a  Full-Time, opportunity for an individual who would like to make a career in a not-for-profit organization.  We are looking for an individual to work in an organization that helps its customers become self-sufficient.
 
We are seeking qualified applicants for a Financial Services Coach. The Financial Services Coach will assist individuals and families to gain financial independence through education and one-on-one coaching.  Plan, organize, facilitate and market workshops relating to financial education, asset building, and other topics such as consumer lending.  Submit reports and billing to direct supervisor monthly. Maintain files for quarterly monitoring Establish relationships between Brighton Center and the community. Identify opportunities, gather information, and keep department informed via reports and staff meetings. Ensure appropriate referrals to internal as well as external agencies as needed. Assist in other duties, as may be assigned.
 
Responsibilities
(Not Inclusive)
  • Create, review, and analyze workshop curriculum on a quarterly basis.
  • Ensure that Financial Education curriculum is consistent across the agency, to best meet the needs of the target population.
  • Assist individuals and families to gain financial independence through education.
  • Attend workshops and trainings at other institutions to stay current on counseling, predatory lending, financial education and asset building issues and trends, as well as other necessary information applicable to the program.
Requirements
(Not Inclusive)
  • Bachelor’s degree preferred
  • At least 1 year experience with budgeting and credit; prefer banking experience and working in a community based setting
  • Knowledge, skills, and abilities with Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
  • Excellent customer service skills
  • Deep commitment to advancing the opportunities of individuals in our community
 
Pay Rate
$30,000 - $32,000 Annual Salary (Exempt)
 
 
We are an equal opportunity employer. Employment selection and related decisions are made without regard to gender, race, age, disability, religion, national origin, color, gender identity, sexual orientation, veteran status or any other protected class.
 
No Calls Please
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Jul 3, 2018 Workshop Facilitator Case Manager Brighton Center, Inc. Full Time Workshop Facilitator Case Manager Brighton Center, Inc. is a private non-profit community based organization with the mission to create opportunities for individuals and families to reach self Details
https://www.indeed.com/jobs?q=brighton%20center&l=Cincinnati%2C%20OH&vjk=27ced7a855d80520

Brighton Center, Inc.

hrdept@brightoncenter.com

8594918303

326 Full Link


Full Time

Workshop Facilitator Case Manager

Brighton Center, Inc. is a private non-profit community based organization with the mission to create opportunities for individuals and families to reach self-sufficiency through family support services, education, employment and leadership.

We currently have a Full-Time, opportunity for an individual who would like to make a career in a not-for-profit organization. We are looking for an individual to work in an organization that helps its customers become self-sufficient.

We are seeking qualified applicants for a Workshop Facilitator Case Manager (WFCM) position. The Workshop Facilitator Case Manager (WFCM) will be a trusted coach collaborating and partnering with job seekers on their journey to employment success. This position will serve 8 NKY counties, Bonne, Kenton, Campbell, Gallatin, Carroll, Owen, Grant and Pendleton.

 

Responsibilities
(Not Inclusive)

 

  • Assist individuals with obtaining a self-sufficient career via work readiness supports, training opportunities and employment leads.
  • Outreach and identification of service needs to all 8 counties served in NKY
  • Research and develop workshops including but not limited to the following topics; resume writing, soft skills, job search, and other work readiness topics
  • WFCM duties also include but are not limited to: case management, coaching, data entry, stats collection and reporting, employer support and outreach, workshop facilitation, and committee assignments.

 

Requirements
(Not Inclusive)

 

  • Bachelor degree in a human services field or equivalent of 2 years direct service employment experience
  • Knowledge, skills, and abilities with case management, data entry and reporting
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
  • Public speaking ability and great customer service skills.
  • Ability to travel to the 8 northern counties in KY.

 

Pay Rate
$30,000 - $32,000 Annual Salary (Exempt)



We are an equal opportunity employer. Employment selection and related decisions are made without regard to gender, race, age, disability, religion, national origin, color, gender identity, sexual orientation, veteran status or any other protected class.

No Calls Please
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Jun 26, 2018 Business Services Case Manager Brighton Center, Inc. Full Time Business Services Case Manager Brighton Center, Inc. is a private non-profit community based organization with the mission to create opportunities for individuals and families to reach self-suf Details
Allison Williams

Brighton Center, Inc.

hrdept@brightoncenter.com

8594918303

327 Full Link


Full Time

Business Services Case Manager

Brighton Center, Inc. is a private non-profit community based organization with the mission to create opportunities for individuals and families to reach self-sufficiency through family support services, education, employment and leadership.

We currently have a Full-Time, opportunity for an individual who would like to make a career in a not-for-profit organization. We are looking for an individual to work in an organization that helps its customers become self-sufficient.

We are seeking qualified applicants for a Business Services Case Manager (BSCM) position. The BSCM will be a trusted coach collaborating and partnering with job seekers on their journey to employment success. This position will serve 8 NKY counties, Bonne, Kenton, Campbell, Gallatin, Carroll, Owen, Grant and Pendleton.

 

Responsibilities
(Not Inclusive)

 

  • Assist individuals with obtaining a self-sufficient career via work readiness supports, training opportunities and employment leads.
  • Outreach and identification of service needs to all 8 counties served in NKY
  • Assist employers to provide solutions that help meet their workforce demands.
  • Connect employers with talented, energized, productive and engaged employees.
  • Employer outreach, including employer company visits, job seeker tours, hiring events, job fairs, and connection to innovative tools that strengthen employer’s abilities to attract and retain talent.
  • BSCM duties also include but are not limited to: case management, coaching, data entry, stats collection and reporting, employer support and outreach, workshop facilitation, committee assignments.

 

Requirements
(Not Inclusive)

 

  • Bachelor degree in a human services field or equivalent of 2 years direct service employment experience
  • Knowledge, skills, and abilities with case management, data entry and reporting.
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
  • Public speaking ability and great customer service skills.
  • Ability to travel to the 8 northern counties in Kentucky.

 

Pay Rate
$30,000 - $32,000 Annual Salary (Exempt)



We are an equal opportunity employer. Employment selection and related decisions are made without regard to gender, race, age, disability, religion, national origin, color, gender identity, sexual orientation, veteran status or any other protected class.

No Calls Please
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Jun 26, 2018 Talent Enhancement Case Manager Brighton Center, Inc. Full Time Talent Enhancement Lead Case Manager Brighton Center, Inc. is a private non-profit community based organization with the mission to create opportunities for individuals and families to reach s Details
Allison Williams

Brighton Center, Inc.

hrdept@brightoncenter.com

8594918303

328 Full Link


Full Time

Talent Enhancement Lead Case Manager

Brighton Center, Inc. is a private non-profit community based organization with the mission to create opportunities for individuals and families to reach self-sufficiency through family support services, education, employment and leadership.

We currently have a Full-Time, opportunity for an individual who would like to make a career in a not-for-profit organization. We are looking for an individual to work in an organization that helps its customers become self-sufficient.

We are seeking qualified applicants for a Talent Enhancement Lead Case Manager. The Lead Case Manager (LCM) will maintain program contractual compliance and performance outcomes. Provide leadership, vision, and daily program operations support. The LCM will demonstrate leadership that promotes innovation, creativity, commitment, efficiency, and customer-centered service delivery. This position will serve 8 NKY counties, Bonne, Kenton, Campbell, Gallatin, Carroll, Owen, Grant and Pendleton.

 

Responsibilities
(Not Inclusive)

 

  • Supervision of program staff
  • Support and delivery of work readiness activities.
  • Case management, data entry, stats collection and reporting.
  • Workshop facilitation.
  • Rural county outreach and identification of service needs.
  • Travel to all eight counties in our service area including office presence in the Carrollton, Dry Ridge, Florence and Covington Career Center offices.

 

Requirements
(Not Inclusive)

 

  • Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field or 3 years direct service experience.
  • At least two years leadership and supervisory experience.
  • Knowledge, skills, and abilities with Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
  • Knowledge of case management, data entry, stats collections and reporting.
  • Public speaking ability
  • Excellent customer service skills
  • Deep commitment to advancing the opportunities of individuals in our community
  • Independent problem solving skills and conflict management skills.
  • Ability to travel to the 8 northern counties in KY.

 

Pay Rate
$36,000 - $40,000 Annual Salary (Exempt)



We are an equal opportunity employer. Employment selection and related decisions are made without regard to gender, race, age, disability, religion, national origin, color, gender identity, sexual orientation, veteran status or any other protected class.

No Calls Please
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Jun 21, 2018 Director of Development and Marketing Hearing Speech & Deaf Center of Greater Cincinnati Full Time Director of Development and Marketing The Hearing Speech & Deaf Center of Greater Cincinnati has a great opportunity for a high performing individual to partner with the leadership team and our Details
Donna Wanstrath

Hearing Speech & Deaf Center

dwanstrath@hearingspeechdeaf.org

513-487-7733

325 Full Link



Full Time

Director of Development and Marketing

The Hearing Speech & Deaf Center of Greater Cincinnati has a great opportunity for a high performing individual to partner with the leadership team and our board of directors to champion the roles of development and marketing. 

The Hearing Speech & Deaf Center is a non-profit organization whose mission is to remove obstacles to communication through Audiology, Speech and Occupational therapy services as well as Community Services for the Deaf (interpreting and deaf advocacy).

This position is a leadership role reporting to the CEO and will interact with the Board of Directors, donors and volunteers.  Responsibilities will include overseeing and supervising grant processes, forming and developing relationships with donors, event planning, as well as directing the organization’s marketing and branding.

The successful candidate will have a Bachelor’s Degree and a minimum of 2 years’ relevant experience along with excellent written and verbal communication skills, the ability to build and maintain relationships, and knowledge of current development and marketing trends.

Interested parties should e-mail a letter of interest and resume to Donna Wanstrath, Director of Finance and Human Resources, dwanstrath@hearingspeechdeaf.org

Jun 21, 2018 Cet- Financial Aid Supervisor Brighton Center, Inc. Full Time The role of the Financial Aid Supervisor is to provide supervision and leadership to CET staff. Oversee the operations of the Title IV Financial Aid Program and assure compliance with all Federal and Details
Allison Williams

Brighton Center, Inc.

hrdept@brightoncenter.com

8594918303

324 Full Link


Full Time

The role of the Financial Aid Supervisor is to provide supervision and leadership to CET staff. Oversee the operations of the Title IV Financial Aid Program and assure compliance with all Federal and State requirements. Build relationships with customers and community partners.

The Financial Aid Supervisor will provide oversight to Success Skill cornerstone curriculum, ensuring competencies are relative, contextualized, and demonstrated in a clear and consistent manner.

The Financial Aid Supervisor will provide oversight to the Outreach/Recruitment Specialist to ensure Outreach/Recruitment and Marketing efforts for the CET Program are meeting or exceeding program goals. Additionally, the Financial Aid Supervisor will ensure the CET Outreach & Marketing Plan is in place and implemented, CET data is tracked, updated, & reported, and Information Sessions/Open Houses are conducted on a regular basis for trainees and community partners.

The Financial Aid Supervisor will provide orientation, supervision, development, evaluation, discipline and separation of employees in accordance with personnel policies and the law. The Financial Aid Supervisor will provide communication, delegation, oversight/monitoring, coaching, training, and overall effective leadership on a regular and consistent basis.

The Financial Aid Supervisor will possess an in-depth knowledge of all aspects of the Federal Pell Grant Program and will be responsible for interpretation of and compliance with regulations governing Pell Grants. It is the responsibility of the Financial Aid Supervisor to keep abreast of federal and state rules, regulations, statutes and mandates governing the various types of financial aid.

The Financial Aid Supervisor will assist trainees in making application for Federal Financial Aid; specifically for Pell Grants. The Financial Aid Supervisor will maintain complete and accurate files for each trainee who has applied for financial aid and will review trainee ISIRs to determine financial aid status.

The Financial Aid Supervisor is responsible to oversee the trainee verification process, responsible for making corrections to trainee data via EDExpress (DOE software). Additionally, the Financial Aid Supervisor will generate documentation to resolve conflicting and/or discrepant trainee accounts, document the facts in support of the utilization of “professional judgment” on behalf of trainees demonstrating need, and manage the trainees employed with FWS funds working within the agency and at external sites. The Financial Aid Supervisor will manage scheduling, timesheets, payroll forms, and monthly tracking of funds. Additionally will track FWS statistical information for annual reports.

The Financial Aid Supervisor is responsible to provide oversight of the Ability To Benefit Test. The Financial Aid Supervisor will be responsible to interface with the WD Director, CET Coordinator, and Brighton Center Accounting Department to assure accurate and consistent trainee record data—especially regarding Pell 2nd draws and refunds. The Financial Aid Supervisor will maintain and provide documentation of refund calculations and refund payments and will document evidence that the institution has properly credited trainee accounts where applicable.

The Financial Aid Supervisor will prepare the monthly billing spreadsheet and all necessary funder invoices and distribute to the Accounting Office by the 3rd work day of the month following the activity. As part of this responsibility the Financial Aid Supervisor will:

* Provide all necessary backup documentation as required per funders

* Monitor and measure trainee financial aid—tracking Pell 2nd Draws and Leave-of-Absence timeframes.

* Review trainee ISIR’s to determine financial aid status.

* Monitor and coordinate all entries into CET and agency databases ensuring reliability, completeness, and accuracy of all trainee information.

Jun 21, 2018 Cet- Financial Aid Supervisor Brighton Center, Inc. Full Time Details
Allison Williams

Brighton Center, Inc.

hrdept@brightoncenter.com


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