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Date Posted Title Company Type Description  
Aug 16, 2022 Bookkeeper/Administrative Assistant Cooperative for Education Full Time Are you a detail-oriented individual looking to make an impact on the world through your career? Are you comfortable working with numbers and do you enjoy learning new ways to work with them? If you&r Details
Jennifer Archila

Cooperative for Education

resumes@coeduc.org

513-956-9500

1082 Full Link


Full Time

Are you a detail-oriented individual looking to make an impact on the world through your career? Are you comfortable working with numbers and do you enjoy learning new ways to work with them? If you’re reading this, nodding, and saying, “That’s me!” we'd love to talk with you!

Cooperative for Education (CoEd) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to breaking the cycle of poverty in Guatemala through education. CoEd accomplishes this mission by helping kids learn to read, graduate, and thrive throughout their lives. By providing sustainable education tools (like books and computers), teacher training, and scholarships, CoEd strives to address the root causes of poverty in Guatemala, rather than merely treating its symptoms.

We are looking for a Bookkeeper/Administrative Assistant who is motivated, well-organized, and detail-oriented. This position is responsible for:

Bookkeeping and Donation Processing Support

  • Assists CFO with finance and accounting related tasks including assisting with bank reconciliation, expense reporting, payroll, and other duties as assigned.
  • Processes received donations, wire transfers and checks on a weekly basis, entering information into Salesforce.
  • Maintains donor and account data integrity.
  • Communicates with donors regarding their donation including thank yous, receipts and messages about failed gifts.

Office Management

  • Acts as the frontline staff person answering the main phone line and email accounts.
  • Supports inner-office communications through compiling announcements and preparing staff meeting agendas.
  • Ensures the office is well stocked, orders any needed supplies and completes other office errands as needed.

Our IDEAL candidate will possess the following characteristics:

You’re filled with gratitude.

You love showing others the appreciation they deserve and recognize that thoughtfulness is key when communicating with donors.

You value attention to detail.

You care about the little things, and carry out your work with thought and integrity. Youre even watching for typos, and this sentence made your eye twitch.

You’re passionate about empowering students.

You recognize the importance of education, and long to make a difference by connecting promising students with supporters who can help them surmount the barriers to their success.

Skills/Experience Required:

  • Associate’s or Bachelor’s Degree in related field preferred. Please include your area of study on your resume.
  • 1-2 years of work experience in donation processing or bookkeeping is strongly preferred.
  • Detail oriented with strong organizational skills.
  • High level of critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to interact and work effectively with colleagues and donors.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office with excellent Excel skills. Database experience and/or tech savviness preferred. Experience with Salesforce and/or QuickBooks a plus.
  • Spanish speaking ability is a plus.

 Compensation: $38,000 - $40,000 annual salary

 Job Type: Full Time

 Benefits:

  • Medical/Dental/Vision Insurance
  • Employer HSA contribution
  • 401(k) plan
  • Flex time
  • 4 weeks Paid Time Off (PTO) and 10 observed paid holidays
  • Paid travel to Guatemala with option of additional 1 week PTO for Spanish study

This is a position based in our Cincinnati, Ohio office and starting in September 2022. This office currently operates with a hybrid in-person and remote schedule. This role will be required to come into the office at least one time per week.

This role also requires a reliable vehicle as occasional errands and food pickups must be completed.

How to Apply: Please apply through our website at coeduc.org/careers with resume and cover letter. No phone calls, please. 

Cooperative for Education is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not unlawfully discriminate on-the-basis of any status or condition protected by applicable federal or state laws.

 

Aug 9, 2022 Director of Development (Part-Time) Building Blocks for Kids Part Time Director of Development (Part-Time) Building Blocks for Kids Mason, OH The Director of Development supports all development efforts for Building Blocks for Kids (BB4K).  The individual leads l Details
Dynette Clark

Building Blocks for Kids

Dynette@bb4k.org

513-770-2900

1081 Full Link

bb4k.org

Part Time

Director of Development (Part-Time)

Building Blocks for Kids

Mason, OH

The Director of Development supports all development efforts for Building Blocks for Kids (BB4K).  The individual leads logistical support for BB4K fundraising events and assists in donor stewardship. Areas of responsibility include grant writing for operational funds, building donor relations and giving programs, and managing major BB4K events.  This position is hired by and directly accountable to the Executive Director.

Individual and Corporate Giving Management

  • Work with the Executive Director and Director of Operations to ensure proper notes are maintained on donor profiles and that stewardship plans are developed, up-to-date, and followed.
  • Develop and execute BB4K’s annual funding strategy including a fundraising plan for on-going operations and programs, incorporating the following key elements:
  • Secure financial support from individuals, foundations, and corporations
  • Create and execute a strategy for a large, sustained base of monthly and annual individual donors
  • Collaborate with the board to raise funds from the community.  This includes cultivating relationships and meeting with prospective funders.
  • Work with the other directors to develop and maintain ongoing relationships with major donors

Grants Management

  • Prepare and submit grant applications and funding proposals for operational grants as appropriate.
  • Develop and track proposals and reports for all foundation and corporate fundraising, and report to the Executive Director and Board of Directors.

Event Management/Support

  • Work with the Executive Director and Director of Operations to plan event budgets.
  • Manage all major BB4K special events by assisting with auction item acquisition, coordinating catering/food, planning of audio-visual requirements, and leading the event committees
  • Work closely with the Director of Operations to ensure seamless production of events, including volunteer recruitment and management.
  • Work with outside groups to support their fundraising efforts where Building Blocks for Kids is the beneficiary.  This includes providing resources, regular communication, and recognition.
  • In concert with other senior staff, provide oversight for and attend secondary events such as:  Hockey games, Reds games, Girls Night out Parties, Family Fundraisers, and all other miscellaneous events

 Qualifications and Skills

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Communications, Marketing, or related field (preferred)
  • 5+ years of fundraising experience (preferred)
  • Foundation relationship and grant writing experience
  • Familiarity with Donor/Customer Relationship Management software (CRMs)
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite
  • Excellent written, interpersonal, and verbal communication skills

 Benefits

  • Flexible/Hybrid Schedule
  • 25 hours per week 

Submit Resumes to: Dynette Clark at Dynette@bb4k.org

Aug 8, 2022 CEO, St. Vincent de Paul Gilman Partners on behalf of St. Vincent de Paul Full Time St. Vincent de Paul - Cincinnati CEO THE OPPORTUNITY:  Are you looking to grow your faith through meaningful work? Do you embrace being the face of an organization with neighbors, volunteer Details
Sarah Benner

Gilman Partners

sbenner@gilmanpartners.com

5138425338

1080 Full Link



Full Time

St. Vincent de Paul - Cincinnati CEO

THE OPPORTUNITY: 

  • Are you looking to grow your faith through meaningful work?
  • Do you embrace being the face of an organization with neighbors, volunteers, staff, community partners, donors, and public officials?
  • Are you a natural relationship-builder and a willing fundraiser?
  • Do you welcome the challenge of leading a complex organization in a dynamic, changing landscape?
  • This is a mission-driven leadership role for a well-established, financially solid, highly reputable community resource looking to its next phase of growth and impact.

 St. Vincent de Paul - Cincinnati (SVDP) is hiring a CEO to lead the organization to fulfill its mission and ensure continued growth and community engagement. (www.svdpcincinnati.org)

 

ABOUT ST. VINCENT DE PAUL - CINCINNATI:

For more than 150 years, St. Vincent de Paul – Cincinnati has compassionately cared for neighbors in need throughout Cincinnati and Hamilton County. More than 1,100 neighborhood-based volunteers, working through one of SVDP’s parish-based Conferences, provide personal, emergency assistance for needs such as food, clothing, rent and utilities, prescription medications and much more. SVDP’s services, including the Deaconess Health Check / Charitable Pharmacy and the Becky & Ted Catino Choice Food Pantry, are based in the Don & Phyllis Neyer Outreach Center, in the West End neighborhood of Cincinnati. 

 SVDP also operates eight thrift stores in the Cincinnati region that serve as both a form of service, providing clothing and furniture at no cost to neighbors in need, as well as the organization’s social enterprise, generating support to help provide programs and services. The heart of SVDP’s mission is to bridge the spiritual, emotional, and material gaps in peoples’ lives and to serve with dignity and respect. SVDP is one of hundreds of St. Vincent de Paul District Councils serving throughout the United States.

 OUR MISSIONA network of neighbors, inspired by Gospel values, growing in holiness, and building a more just world through personal relationships with and service to people in need.

 

WHAT YOU WILL BE DOING:

The CEO will provide overall leadership in the planning, design, implementation, and evaluation of all program components of SVDP. The CEO will represent the organization with diverse stakeholders and provide sound financial and organizational management. The CEO will lead a talented and passionate leadership team, a total staff of over 400 associates, and an annual budget of nearly $50 million.

The CEO is appointed by the Board of Directors, with overall responsibility to the SVDP Board of Directors and secondary responsibility to the SVDP Charitable Pharmacy Board. The CEO reports to the President of the SVDP Board.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:

 Organization leadership, goal setting, and evaluation:

  • Provide spiritual leadership and lead with compassion
  • Direct and guide strategic planning process and implementation
  • Ensure SVDP and its programs conform to internal and external performance standards and regulatory requirements
  • Cultivate Board engagement and lead recruitment process of new Board members as the opportunities arise

Organizational development:

  • Provide vision, motivation and leadership to employees and volunteers
  • Recruit, empower and evaluate a seven-person management team, using coaching and mentoring techniques; encourage and support developmental opportunities
  • Create succession plans to provide continuity of leadership

Fundraising and financial management:

  • Set goals, approve plans, and follow up and support the efforts of the External Relations team
  • Develop and maintain relationships with key donors
  • Oversee budgeting process and manage financial results accordingly
  • Provide strategic oversight of a multi-faceted revenue stream, including social enterprise

Communications: 

  • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with the members of the Board of Directors, volunteers, and staff. Assure adequate flow of information in all directions so that each group is well informed and well heard
  • Work with staff to plan and coordinate public relations programs to enhance public perception of SVDP
  • Represent SVDP in the community through speaking opportunities and presentations

Advocacy and collaboration:

  • Act as an advocate for unrepresented neighbors
  • Participate in key meetings/events in the community concerned with issues of the vulnerable populations
  • Collaborate and partner with community agencies to further the mission and impact of SVDP

 

THE KEY REQUIREMENTS:

  • Demonstrated passion for and commitment to the mission of SVDP
  • Must be a practicing Catholic
  • Experience being the face of an organization with a diverse set of stakeholders
  • Proven success managing and developing a senior team and providing day-to-day leadership
  • Robust network in the Greater Cincinnati community or proven ability to develop such a network
  • Demonstrated success leading a meaningful fundraising initiative
  • Solid financial acumen with previous P&L responsibility for a similar-sized or larger organization
  • Experience in creation and implementation of human resource policies and procedures
  • Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills, including a proven ability to engage and inspire a wide range of stakeholders, both internally and externally
  • Embraces diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives and has demonstrated the ability to create an inclusive culture
  • Experience working with Boards and engaging volunteers and donors to support a mission-driven organization
  • Has led or been an active participant in a robust strategic planning process
  • Familiarity with social services/service to vulnerable populations preferred
  • Bachelor’s degree required, MBA or a related field preferred
  • Five (5) or more years of successful experience in executive management and leadership within the private, public, or nonprofit sectors, demonstrating progressively greater responsibility

 

PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES:

  • A charismatic, inspiring relationship-builder
  • Equally comfortable in spiritual, financial, and social services conversations
  • Confident, decisive, natural leader and unifier
  • Comfortable engaging with multiple constituencies, including neighbors, volunteers, donors, community leaders, church leaders, elected officials, and the media
  • Visionary with an entrepreneurial spirit
  • Empathetic and passionate, with a heart for the mission; sees this work as a calling
  • Embraces a diverse and inclusive culture
  • Visible leader throughout the organization
  • Can manage conflict and navigate challenging conversations
  • Exhibits personal accountability and transparency
  • High integrity and work ethic; available occasional evenings and weekends
  • Strategic thinker with the ability to execute
  • Motivates and empowers staff; is not a micro-manager
  • Exceptional communicator and listener
  • Brings joy to work every day and celebrates success!

 

THE REWARD:

  • See the impact of your efforts every day in the lives of neighbors
  • Lead an experienced, passionate management team
  • Collaborate with an engaged and supportive Board and a dedicated volunteer base
  • Every day is unique with a wide variety of work/experiences
  • Grow your faith through your daily work

 

Please send resume submissions to:

Michele Plessinger mplessinger@gilmanpartners.com                    

Barry Elkus belkus@gilmanpartners.com

OR to apply online: https://gilmanpartners.com/current-searches/st.-vincent-de-paul-ceo.html 

 

Aug 5, 2022 Fund Development & Marketing Assistant Working In Neighborhoods Full Time The Fund Development & Marketing Assistant is a full-time position that works in collaboration with the Fund Development Director, Executive Team and Board in stewarding WIN’s development an Details
Hope E. Wilson

Working In Neighborhoods

hwilson@wincincy.org

513-541-4109

1079 Full Link



Full Time

The Fund Development & Marketing Assistant is a full-time position that works in collaboration with the Fund Development Director, Executive Team and Board in stewarding WIN’s development and marketing efforts.  Key responsibilities include: event implementation, database management and assisting in the production of print and electronic marketing materials.  The qualified candidate is committed to advancing WIN’s mission and vision. An Associate’s degree with 2-years’ of experience in fund development or related field is preferred.

Aug 4, 2022 Development & Marketing Communications Specialist Stepping Stones Full Time Title: Development Marketing and Communications Specialist Reports to: Director of Development Classification:  Hourly – Non-Exempt Overview: We have an immediate opening for a full-tim Details
Kelly Crow

Stepping Stones

kelly.crow@steppingstonesohio.org

5139655148

1078 Full Link



Full Time

Title: Development Marketing and Communications Specialist
Reports to:
Director of Development
Classification: 
Hourly – Non-Exempt

Overview:

We have an immediate opening for a full-time Development and Communications Specialist.  This position will provide support to all of the Development department’s fundraising campaigns, special events, stewardship, marketing and awareness efforts.  Target audiences include current donors, new prospective donors, volunteers and corporate partners, among others.

This position will be responsible for planning, organizing and executing fundraising and external communications. This person is also responsible for the planning and execution of a wide variety of print and digital marketing tactics to advance fundraising initiatives and the organization’s mission. Our ideal candidate will participate in creating new, effective and measurable channels for fundraising & marketing communications for development efforts.

Successful candidates will embrace the mission and ideals that Stepping Stones has been working towards since 1963.  We offer a variety of educational and recreational program opportunities for children, teens and adults with disabilities.  It is our mission to help those individuals find pathways to independence that improve their lives and enable them to be more fully participating members of the community.

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Work closely with the Director of Development to develop annual marketing plan for website communications.   
  • Measure long-range marketing objectives for development efforts in consultation with the Director of Development.  
  • Build partnerships that will allow for seamless collaboration between fundraising, programming and external partners.
  • Manage and maintain the Stepping Stones website as it relates to Development efforts.
    • Conceptualize, design and implement coding of agency web pages and navigation, specifically for: special events, online giving, planned giving, and access to other resources, such as photo gallery & calendar.
    • Design, maintain and develop any content and graphic material for any necessary new or modifications to development-related web pages.
    • Maintain accurate information across all development-related web pages, including: special event, ways to give, planned giving, & online giving.
    • Develop and manage the social media presence
      • Maintain social media presence in coordination with overall Stepping Stones marketing efforts to accentuate development-related posts and promote web traffic to website and other social media as requested.
      • Make use of social media analytics to measure progress in development goals and adapt reported information to improve social media strategy.
      • Develop an integrated communication plan and materials for bi-annual fundraising campaigns. 
      • Design and publish collateral materials for print mailing campaigns. 
      • Design and develop customized online giving pages for fundraising campaigns.
      • Develop engaging digital marketing materials to support and build engagement for fundraising campaigns. (I.e. email marketing, web postings, social media, and video content or other emerging collateral.)
      • Develop and measure campaign results to adapt strategy for optimal performance.
      • Edit and produce video collateral for Development and special events (i.e. Pre-special event videos, campership video, program features to support appeals, etc.)   
      • Develop and publish a variety of print and electronic communication materials including the occurrences each year that printed newsletters are mailed to supporters.
      • Develop and design brochures, programs, flyers, postcard, invitations and other materials as needed
      • Maintain the photo library used for the above objectives (edit, label & post)
      • Develop and manage e-mail communications through Constant Contact and manage key development lists such as donors, event attendees, etc.   
      • Create and publish standardized surveys for Development and special events.
      • Assist with the planning and communication for the organization as well as third-party events.  

Deliverables:

  • Develop annual marketing and communications plan for Development department.
  • Establish and measure long-term marketing goals
  • Manage, design and maintain web pages for development across the agency website.
  • Develop and publish biannual print and bimonthly e-newsletters to steward the organization’s donors, supporters and event attendees.
  • Implement integrated communication plan for fundraising campaigns such as the bi-annual appeals, Giving Tuesday and other Stepping Stones initiatives or third-party events as needed.
  • Develop multi-channel marketing communications for development, special events and fundraising campaigns (brochures, email communications, bi-annual appeal materials, videos, flyers, infographics, etc.)
  • Develop a strong, consistent social media presence across multiple platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, LinkedIn)
  • Utilize analytical tools and publish end-of-year reports on social media and web traffic progress relating to development goals.
  • Execute surveys for special events and development, as needed, and publish reports on survey findings.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree, preferably in marketing, communications, Public Relations, or related fields.
  • Knowledgeable about graphic design and ability to frequently create new pieces that will appeal to various stakeholders
  • Talented writer with experience crafting and editing pieces that are clear and concise and that will make emotional connections for the reader.
  • Video editing and photography experience
  • Experience with e-marketing tools and systems
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills.
  • Strong familiarity with social media
  • Knowledge of Adobe software, WordPress, Constant Contact and Canva
  • Experience with Raiser’s Edge is helpful, but not required

Compensation and Benefits:

  • Stepping Stones offers a competitive salary, pursuant to experience
  • Excellent benefits package including generous paid leave, comprehensive health benefits including medical, dental and vision, 403 (b) retirement plan, tuition reimbursement and more.
  • Preferably, this is a full-time position, approximately 40 hours/week, with occasional evening and weekend support required. While 40 hours is preferred, we are willing to accept applications from those looking for less than 40 hours/week.  Please be specific when applying.
  • Note: this is an in-office position.
  • Please share a desired hourly pay range when applying.
Aug 4, 2022 Substance Use Disorder Therapist Transitions, Inc. Full Time Position Summary: Transitions, Inc. is looking for a Social Worker or Counselor who is ready to become an expert in the field of Substance Use Disorder treatment. Transitions offers the opportunity a Details
Christina Tucker

Transitions, Inc.

ctucker@transitionsky.org


1076 Full Link


Full Time

Position Summary:

Transitions, Inc. is looking for a Social Worker or Counselor who is ready to become an expert in the field of Substance Use Disorder treatment. Transitions offers the opportunity and environment for passionate individuals to understand the complex nature of Substance Use Disorders, and how to effectively treat and manage the disease of addiction, in addition to other co-occurring mental health disorders. Nationally Certified by the American Society of Addiction Medicine as a Level of Care 3.5, the RTC provides immediate access to SUD treatment and care. Recognized as a Trauma Informed Organization, Transitions seeks individuals to join a team of compassionate professionals ready to make a difference in the Greater Cincinnati region. 

Qualifications:

New grads encouraged to apply! Master’s Degree in Behavioral Health with active Kentucky License including CSW or LPCA and/or Certified by the state of Kentucky as a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CADC). 

Benefits include:

  • FREE Supervision for Clinical License/Certification - no strings attached!

  • FREE Continuing Education and Training, including an annual training stipend.

  • Productivity incentives that can include up to $1500 added to your salary each year. 

  • Tuition/Student Loan Reimbursement

  • Highly competitive health insurance plan. 

  • Reimbursement for dual state licensure (if applying and currently hold a license outside of Kentucky), including request and application. 

Aug 4, 2022 Substance Use Disorder Technician Transitions, Inc. Full Time Position Summary:   The SUD Technician provides milieu management and ensures safety of individuals or groups in the Residential Treatment Center. As an integral member of the Treatment Team, h Details
Christina Tucker

Transitions, Inc.

ctucker@transitionsky.org


1077 Full Link


Full Time

Position Summary:
 
The SUD Technician provides milieu management and ensures safety of individuals or groups in the Residential Treatment Center. As an integral member of the Treatment Team, he/she is committed to enhancing lives every day by promoting and participating in a positive, supportive, cooperative team environment.
 
Qualifications:          
High School Diploma or Equivalent Required
Associates Degree or Peer Support Specialist Certification, with six months work experience in behavioral health or equivalent combination of education and experience preferred. 
 
Job Responsibilities:
  • Assists with planning, conducting and supervision of activities of the client population.
  • Documents all significant interactions with each client.
  • Identifies emergency signals and situations and reacts appropriately.
  • Interacts with client population in order to provide guidance, safety, stability and direction.
  • Assures client confidentiality.
  • May provide admission and discharge services, transportation of clients to appointments or recreation activities
  • Monitors milieu activity and ensures safety, remaining awake and alert throughout all scheduled shifts.
  • Monitors/observes Urinalysis (UA) or Breath Alcohol (BA) tests as needed and documents appropriately.
  • Supports other clinical staff as needed.
Jul 28, 2022 Development Manager Madisonville Education and Assistance Center Part Time Reporting the the Executive Director, the Development Manager will manage fundraising campaignsto support the Mission and Vision of the MEAC. The Development Manager will be responsible for the procur Details
Vashti Rutledge

Madisonville Education and Assistance Center

vashtirutledge@meaccincinnati.org

5132275501

1075 Full Link



Part Time

Reporting the the Executive Director, the Development Manager will manage fundraising campaignsto support the Mission and Vision of the MEAC. The Development Manager will be responsible for the procurement and management of major gifts, institutional giving and individual gifts, and will be the lead for the annual gala. Other duties include including grants management and reporting. The Development Manager must be a collaborative teammember who can work across programs to achieve success. 

Jul 28, 2022 Parent Child+ Site Coordinator MEAC Part Time The Parent Child+ Site Coordinator will be involved in all aspects of implementation of the evidence-based  Early Childhood literacy program. The Site Coordinator Site Coordinators, most oft Details
Vashti Rutledge

Madisonville Education and Assistance Center

vashtirutledge@meaccincinnati.org

5132275501

1074 Full Link



Part Time

The Parent Child+ Site Coordinator will be involved in all aspects of implementation of the evidence-based  Early Childhood literacy program. The Site Coordinator Site Coordinators, most often certified early childhood teachers or social worker are trained by the National Center and oversee all aspects of the local  site, including hiring/training/supervising community-based early learning specialists; recruiting/selecting families; maintaining demographic, programmatic, and assessment and evaluations data in the Management Information System; selecting appropriate curricular materials for the populations being served; and serving as the social service and community resource referral point person for all program families.

Jul 28, 2022 Financial Assistance Program Manager Madisonville Education and Assistance Center Part Time The Financial Assistance Program Manager will manage MEAC's  Emergency Financial Assistance programs for that support neighbors during times of emergency financial need and/or to provide access t Details
Vashti Rutledge

Madisonville Education and Assistance Center

director@meaccincinnati.org

5132715501

1073 Full Link



Part Time

The Financial Assistance Program Manager will manage MEAC's  Emergency Financial Assistance programs for that support neighbors during times of emergency financial need and/or to provide access to greater  financial stability and prevent homelessness.

Jul 27, 2022 Financial Wellness Coach Cincinnati Works Full Time Financial Wellness Coach The Financial Wellness Coach supports individuals participating in Cincinnati Works services through partnerships with Community Partner organizations & Employers.  Details
Mary Bennett Brown

Cincinnati Works

mbennettbrown@cincinnatiworks.org

15137445605

1072 Full Link



Full Time

Financial Wellness Coach

The Financial Wellness Coach supports individuals participating in Cincinnati Works services through partnerships with Community Partner organizations & Employers.  The Financial Coach will assist individuals in resolving current financial situations while providing a wide lens on their financial health to shift the approach to proactive financial management.

Key Responsibilities

1.  Promote successful employment and financial growth of participants through regular contact to monitor and encourage progress and provide coaching on any issues or needs that arise.

2.  Work with participants to complete a very detailed financial assessment by:

  • Documenting a budget and determine strategies for budget improvements.
  • Assessing their credit report/score and providing strategies for credit building.
  • Documenting their balance sheet and providing strategies for improving net worth.
  • Determining their readiness for credit building programs and other tools and resources.

3.  Proactively marketing financial coaching services in conjunction with on-site job coaches and company management, as appropriate.

4.  Track all participant data in Salesforce and other databases.

5.  Assist the Director of Financial Wellness in developing, maintaining, and delivering financial workshops.

JOB SPECIFICATIONS

•  Financial Coaching Certifications and/or training

•  At least 1 year of management experience

•  2-5 years’ experience in coaching and/or financial services, program development, educational counseling or career pathways, and/or job coaching.

•  Demonstrated experience in managing projects and coordinating the activities of multiple team members to complete a project.

•  Demonstrates strong experience with and understanding of personal finances, particularly in the areas of budgeting, asset building, and credit building.

•  Previous work experience with low-income individuals and those living below the poverty guidelines, and the ability to provide financial counseling/coaching services in a culturally sensitive manner.

•  Ability to work a flexible schedule (evenings and weekends may be required

Jul 27, 2022 Strategic Partnership Coordinator Cincinnati Works Full Time     Job Posting Strategic Partnership Coordinator   Cincinnati Works is a nonprofit organization that brings hope and encouragement to people living in poverty through a network o Details
Mary Bennett Brown

Cincinnati Works

mbennettbrown@cincinnatiworks.org

513.744.5606

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Full Time

 

 

Job Posting

Strategic Partnership Coordinator

 

Cincinnati Works is a nonprofit organization that brings hope and encouragement to people living in poverty through a network of comprehensive employment services and over 75 employer partnerships. Founded in 1996 by Dave and Liane Phillips, the organization has helped thousands of job seekers in poverty find employment and work toward economic self-sufficiency. 

We are seeking an individual who will be responsible for community partnership development & day to day management for our Strategic Partnership programs including Phoenix (CIRV), The Care Center and Dress for Success.  Each of these partnerships provides us the opportunity to serve additional individuals who may not traditionally access our Workforce Development programming.  Phoenix is a program of Cincinnati Works to reduce gun violence by offering alternatives to those living, or at risk of living, a life involved in crime and violence.   The Care Center serves individuals living in suburban communities and Dress for Success has a program focus of supporting women through community building.  This role will work extensively with external stakeholders and community partners involved in serving these populations as well as supporting the Phoenix Outreach Coordinator and Mentor and coordinating the day to day functions of the Career Center Coordinator.   We are looking for someone who possess the following education and skills.

  • 2-5 years’ experience in service or program coordination, coaching and/or career pathways or educational advising.
  • Demonstrates strong experience or understanding of the principles of networking, barrier mitigation, and education and skill exploration supported by good research techniques, analysis and planning skills.
  • Experience working with committees or partnerships involving multiple organizations/stakeholders.
  • Must be able to relate to those with lived experience related to poverty, foster care, gun violence, gangs, drugs and other illegal activities and be willing and able to support others along their journey out of ‘the lifestyle’. 
  • A Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experienced in human resources/services related disciplines, and/or training which demonstrates the ability to perform the duties as described.
  • Demonstrated experience in managing projects and coordinating the activities of multiple team Members to complete a project.
  • High attention to detail, excellent organizational skills, creativity and innovation.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills; ability to prepare correspondence.
  • Experience working with and an understanding of at-risk individuals, their lifestyle structures and dynamics, and a familiarity of community resources to support Members transition.
  • Ability to operate under pressure and meet deadlines.
  • Ability to utilize a variety of Microsoft Office Suite software, Salesforce, and others as identified to conduct research and document, produce business papers, reporting, and to create, maintain, monitor and execute communication through a variety platforms and formats.

 

  • Ability to manage work through effective time management techniques, able to work independently and meet deadlines and/or coordination of simultaneous projects with times of high levels of mental and/or emotional stress.
  • Good research techniques, analysis and planning skills.
  • Self-motivated and enthusiastic.

Qualified candidates should submit their cover letter and resume to Cincinnati Works Career Page

Jul 26, 2022 Artist Impact Education Manager ArtWorks Part Time ArtWorks, an equal opportunity employer, is strongly committed to building and retaining a diverse team that creates an inclusive workplace which harnesses each voice to collectively advance Artworks& Details
Jane Keller

ArtWorks

jane@artworkscincinnati.org

5133333612

1070 Full Link



Part Time

ArtWorks, an equal opportunity employer, is strongly committed to building and retaining a diverse team that creates an inclusive workplace which harnesses each voice to collectively advance Artworks’ mission.

 

Job Title: Artist Impact Education Manager

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

Compensation: Salary commensurate with experience. Comprehensive employee benefits package includes 401K, prorated paid time off, paid holidays based on work schedule, career development and a hybrid work model

Salary Range: $25,500 - $27,500 annually

Job Type: Part-Time, 25 hours per week, Exempt

Reports to: Director of Artist Impact

Start date: Early September

 

About ArtWorks: Now in its 26th year, ArtWorks is an award-winning Greater Cincinnati nonprofit that has pioneered public art and economic impact throughout the region with a mission to transform people and places through investments in creativity. ArtWorks co-creates public art with community leaders that builds civic pride and beautifies the region, creating jobs for more than 300 artists annually, including youth ages 14-21, to earn a living wage. The economic empowerment and mentorship that ArtWorks provides leads to upward mobility, which is critically important for youth who come from a majority of underserved households and who are underemployed. Since 1996, ArtWorks has employed nearly 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. Learn more at artworkscincinnati.org.

 

Job Description:

The Artist Impact Education Manager will serve as a core member of the Impact Team and will plan, develop, manage, and coordinate educational and professional development experiences for youth and artists. This is an exciting opportunity for someone who is passionate about education, the arts, and providing artists with programs and experiences that open career pathways. The Artist Impact Education Manager will provide key support and leadership for the following programs: Seasonal Youth Apprenticeship, the ArtWorks V2 Gallery, and Year-Round Junior Artist Employment. Core functions of the role include developing and implementing professional development, enrichment programming for youth and professional artists, program management, program participant communications, data collection, alumni outreach/engagement, and event execution.


Key Responsibilities:

 

Professional Development & Education

  • Support leading and coordinating onboardings for all seasonal employees (Teaching Artists, Apprentices, Junior Artists) and program participants in non-employment programs
  • Plan, schedule, and coordinate professional development workshops and leverage local creative professionals as facilitators and experts
  • Ensure all enrichment activities and professional development trainings and workshops are set-up with needed materials and technologies
  • Track seasonal employee and non-seasonal employee participation in enrichment and professional development programming
  • Work with the Director to analyze and improve programing based on participant feedback, participation, and trends in 21st century career readiness best practices

 

 Non-seasonal Employee Program Management (Currently V2 Gallery)

  • Lead recruitment efforts for the ArtWorks V2 Gallery, ensuring that equity, diversity, inclusion, and access goals are met
  • Work with the Gallery Manager and Director of Artist Impact to finalize participants for each show
  • Manage the distribution and retention of all forms, including gallery offer letters, sale agreements/exhibition contracts, etc.

 

Seasonal Employee Program Management

  • Communicate with Apprentices on a weekly basis during program sessions (communications include weekly recaps, reminders, etc.)
  • Act as project manager for projects that are led by external partners and ArtWorks only manages the hiring and training of youth

 

Data Collection

  • Support the collection of success stories from youth and creative professional alumni to support Communications Department ‘People First/Artist First’ marketing strategies and storytelling
  • Manage pre and post surveys for youth and professional artists for the ArtWorks V2 Gallery and any other non-employment program.

 

Artist Communications

  • Research, compile, and support distribution of creative opportunities to Artworks network of professional talent and Alumni
  • Collect information for and draft the Alumni Newsletter which goes out six times annually
  • Lead ongoing communications with program participants and the larger public that drive interest in on going professional development opportunities

 

Organizational Support, Community Outreach, & Events

  • Support the creation of presentations and present at schools, job fairs, and creative community events to build awareness about specific employment and education opportunities with ArtWorks
  • Support securing youth and artist volunteers for ArtWorks events (including, but not limited to: Fall Fundraiser, Mural Tours, Dedications, etc.)
  • Additional duties as assigned

 

Qualifications and Experience:

  • Associate, or higher degree
  • Experience working in education or youth development preferred
  • Program and curriculum development experience preferred
  • Strong organizational and problem-solving skills
  • Strong written and oral communications skills
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Power Point
  • Experience with welcoming people of diverse backgrounds
  • Available for special events, with occasional weekend/evening work

 

Skills and abilities:

  • Passion for developing youth and creative talent
  • Integrity and sensitivity when dealing with confidential information
  • Detail oriented with an ability to work on several projects simultaneously, balance priorities, and meet deadlines
  • Manage sensitive and confidential information with integrity
  • Adaptably to potential change in course
  • Adhere to the utmost ethical standards, intuitive
  • A team-player, hard-working and an independent achiever with a “can do” attitude, must be comfortable in a fast-paced environment
  • Inquisitive and imaginative
  • Flexible, optimistic, constructive with a good sense of humor

 

 

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
  • 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  Please submit a cover letter, resume and references