The Accountant position is responsible for financial and operating data integrity including; maintenance of general ledger, ensuring compliance with financial policies, Generally Accepted Accounting Principles, Uniform Grant Guide and other requirements as determined by funders. The Accountant is responsible for grant billing and expense reporting and will assist with financial reporting and budgeting.
Essential Job Functions:
Maintain the general ledger and facilitate timely and accurate reporting, including:
Ensuring every financial transaction is recorded and is accurate, timely and in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles and in compliance with federal contract requirements, donor designations, laws, regulations and other contractual terms and conditions.
Assisting with the timely and accurate processing of financial transactions, including revenues, expenses, payroll processing, accounts receivable, invoicing, cash receipts, accounts payable, cash disbursements, credit card disbursements, prepaid expense.
Maintaining proper allocation of shared expenses by functional expense categories in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles and in compliance with federal contract requirements, donor designations, laws and regulations and other contractual terms and conditions.
Ensuring the proper accounting for all fixed assets, including recording the cost of newly-acquired fixed assets, tracking existing fixed assets, recording depreciation, and accounting for the disposition of fixed assets.
Maintaining the general ledger in an efficient and effective manner, including system configuration; internal controls; interfaces with subsidiary ledgers and applications; on-going systems support and maintenance; and system security and access.
Conduct accurate and timely monthly financial close including month-end journal entries and account reconciliations including:
Reconciliation of significant general ledger account to supporting documentation and schedules each month in a timely and accurate manner.
Recording all investment transactions, including dividend and interest income and realized and unrealized gains and losses.
Ensuring that program revenue and expenditures are properly coded in compliance with grant requirements.
Assist CFO with preparing monthly financial statements.
Develop and maintain a grant/contract management process which will centralize, control and streamline reporting and billing for the various funding sources of agency programs; this includes requests for funding, interim and final reporting to funders, and billing. Responsibilities include:
Preparation of invoices, assist with preparation of financial and operating reports, assist with contract audits.
Provide ongoing progress reports on the use of funds compared to budget for program managers.
Ensure invoices are timely and that accounts receivable are current and accurate.
Ensure integrity of financial data provided in reports and compliance with all requirements.
Assist with maintaining formal written accounting policies and procedures.
Conduct research on accounting policies and standards to determine appropriate recording and reporting treatment.
Assist in implementing any new accounting policies and standards that may arise from time to time.
Ensure compliance with the Uniform Grant Guide for federal grants.
Assisting with training initiatives on appropriate accounting policies and processes.
Assist with other important Finance department duties and functions, including the annual audit; IRS Form 990; internal and external reporting; annual budgeting and forecasting; cash management and forecasting; computer application and business process improvement projects; and providing accounting and other advice and counsel.
Performing additional duties, special projects and analysis as assigned.
Minimum Qualifications and Skills Required:
Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, Finance, or a related field or equivalent education and experience.
2+ years of experience in a general accounting environment,
Proficient in Microsoft Office including Excel and Word; excellent keyboarding
Proven track record in financial system development/maintenance
Proven organizational and time management skills with ability to prioritize workload
Excellent communication skills both written and verbal with ability to work collaboratively
Attention to detail
Preferred Qualifications and Skills:
Experience with Paylocity payroll processing
Typical office environment with minimal exposure to excessive noise or adverse environmental issues.
Must be able to meet the following physical requirements, with or without reasonable accommodation:
Use hands to manipulate, handle, feel, and control items or equipment
Talk to other employees/clients and hear them
See and be able to read, write, and interpret written documents
Occasionally lift and move objects weighing up to 15 pounds
About Catholic Charities and Organizational Responsibility:
For more than 100 years, Catholic Charities has served the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. Our programs have changed over the years, but our commitment to serve the poor, protect the vulnerable and welcome the stranger has not wavered. Our mission is to Serve, Engage and Empower. We serve local families and change local lives.
Employees of Catholic Charities Southwestern Ohio will have knowledge of the Catholic faith, a willingness to work for a Catholic, faith-based agency and adhere to the policies of Catholic Charities. Employees will not publicly oppose the teachings of the Catholic Faith nor publicly advocate for any position in conflict with Catholic teaching, or the specific positions of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati or the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops. This requirement includes any public speech, demonstration or writing including the use of social media or other digital technologies.
Catholic Charities Southwest Ohio is proud to be an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. M/F/Disabled/Vets.
Please submit resumes to email@example.com. Resumes will be accepted until the position is filled.
Jan 27, 2023
Greater Cincinnati Foundation President & CEO
Greater Cincinnati Foundation
Greater Cincinnati Foundation President & CEO
Are you passionate about making Greater Cincinnati a more vibrant, equitable and inclusive community?
Do you embr
Are you passionate about making Greater Cincinnati a more vibrant, equitable and inclusive community?
Do you embrace being the leader of an organization with staff, community partners, donors, business leaders and public officials?
Are you a natural relationship-builder and strong fundraiser?
Have you reported to a Board or served as a Board member of a philanthropic organization?
Have you developed and led a talented, passionate, and driven leadership team?
The Greater Cincinnati Foundation is hiring a President & CEO to lead the organization and ensure continued growth and community impact. www.gcfdn.org
ABOUT THE GREATER CINCINNATI FOUNDATION
As the region’s leading community foundation, Greater Cincinnati Foundation (GCF) connects people with purpose in an eight-county region in Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana. GCF is leading the charge toward a more vibrant and equitable Greater Cincinnati for everyone – now, and for generations to come. A staff of 61 passionate team members steward approximately $900 million in assets and made grants of $112 million in 2022 in the areas of human services, the environment, education, arts and culture and economic development. GCF is a leader and convenor in advancing community progress around racial justice, economic mobility, impact investing and affordable housing.
The President & CEO has primary responsibility for positioning and developing GCF as the philanthropic resource for the Greater Cincinnati community. Working in partnership with the Governing Board, the President & CEO establishes GCF’s vision and strategic plan. The President & CEO translates GCF’s strategic plan into a coherent course of action for the organization, providing leadership and motivation for staff and the various constituencies of GCF, including donors, grantee partners, and community leaders and residents. The President & CEO is the chief spokesperson for GCF, taking the lead to promote GCF within the community as a visible catalyst and advocate for creative community problem solving. The President & CEO is accountable to the Governing Board for effectively managing the organization and achieving successful results.
Asset Development (Giving Strategies): With the Chief Philanthropic Officer and Development Committee, develop comprehensive plans for asset development. Participate directly and actively in promoting the Foundation’s benefits and services to current and potential donors. Spearhead the effort to double the amount of GCF’s assets under management in the next five years.
Communications and Public Relations: With the Vice President of Marketing and Integration, guide the communications strategy to promote GCF’s goals for community impact, regional relationships, and asset growth. Serve as GCF’s primary spokesperson. Represent GCF with local and national organizations as well as at a variety of events.
Community Leadership: Convene and/or engage in collaborative efforts with other grant makers and community organizations, creating and supporting programs and initiatives in which GCF has a mutual interest. Have a seat at the table for critical community conversations.
Donor Services: Develop and oversee the Foundation’s strategy for continuously expanding and improving philanthropic services to donors. Cultivate and steward relationships with prospects and existing donors. Serve as relationship manager for key donors as part of the Foundation’s overall donor services strategy.
Finance and Investment: With the Chief Financial Officer and Finance/Audit & Investment Committees, oversee GCF’s financial operations, including preparation of the annual operating budget, monitoring and control of expenditures, and periodic reporting to the Governing Board. Provide oversight to ensure that the investment strategy is providing attractive returns.
Administration: Ensure that the Foundation establishes and operates under policies, procedures and accreditation standards to guide efficient operations. Ensure GCF complies with all regulatory and legal requirements and reports the activities of the Foundation in a timely manner. Recommend new policies that warrant Board approval.
Community Investment: With the Vice President for Community Strategies Committee, oversee the design and development of GCF’s responsive and strategic grant making programs. In collaboration with program staff, investigate special areas of program interest. Keep abreast of trends and developments in the fields representing the Foundation’s primary focus areas.
Governance and Board Relations: Serve as primary liaison to the Governing Board and ensure alignment with the Board. Staff the Governance Committee.
Organizational Management: Develop an effective organizational structure to carry out the organization’s strategic plan. Establish a structure for employee compensation and performance evaluation. Directly manage the leadership team comprised of the Chief Financial Officer, Chief Philanthropic Officer, Vice President Civic Advancement, Vice President Community Strategies, Vice President Marketing and Integration, and Executive Assistant
Strategic Planning: Establish the Foundation’s strategic plan in collaboration with the Governing Board and staff who currently use the Entrepreneurial Operating System (EOS). Communicate the Foundation’s vision and strategic plan to the community. Provide leadership to design, develop, and launch new programs and initiatives. Provide accountability reports to the Governing Board to track achievement of the plan.
THE KEY REQUIREMENTS:
Proven leader whose successful career has been distinguished in large part by passion for community service and engagement
Experience being the face of an organization and building authentic relationships with a diverse set of stakeholders
Significant fundraising experience, either as a chief executive officer or development officer, or as a key volunteer for a substantial program; preference for major and planned gift solicitation experience
Experience working with Boards and engaging volunteers and donors to support a mission-driven organization
Evidence of creating an equitable and an inclusive culture
Ten (10) or more years of successful experience in executive management and leadership within the private, public or nonprofit sectors with a track record of significant growth and impact
Experience recruiting, managing, developing and empoweringa collaborative, driven and accountable leadership team
Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills, including a proven ability to engage and inspire a wide range of stakeholders, both internally and externally
Robust network in the Greater Cincinnati community or proven ability to develop such a network
Able to convene diverse stakeholders to achieve community impact
Solid financial acumen with previous P&L responsibility for a complex organization
Uses metrics to measure progress and communicate results
Has led or been an active participant in a robust strategic planning process
Working knowledge of the Entrepreneurial Operating System (EOS) a plus
Experience leading advocacy efforts around a key community issue (such as affordable housing) with public officials and community partners a plus
Foundation experience helpful but not required
Bachelor’s degree required
DESIRED PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES:
A charismatic, inspiring relationship-builder
Confident, decisive, natural leader and unifier
Able to connect with and relate to people across multiple sectors
Visionary with an entrepreneurial spirit; bold & courageous
Empathetic and passionate, with a heart for racial equity
Embraces and cultivates a diverse and inclusive culture
Puts the community and the organization ahead of themselves
Wired for growth and expanding community impact
Can manage conflict and navigate difficult conversations
Motivates and empowers staff; is not a micro-manager
Exceptional communicator and listener; speaks from the heart
Accessible to staff and community partners
Be the steward of a reputable, financially sound organization with even greater community impact
Lead an experienced, passionate and talented management team and staff
Work with a Board that is supportive, engaged, connected and a willing collaborator
Partner with the community’s top leaders to shape the future of our region
Live in a city that is more vibrant, equitable and inclusive
GCF will offer a competitive salary and provide a comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental, vision, life, and disability coverage. There is a 401-K program with an 8% employer match. Relocation assistance will be provided.
To apply please send your resume and a brief cover letter to:
YWCA USA is on a mission to eliminate racism, empower women, stand up for social justice, help families, and strengthen communities. YWCA has been at the forefront of the most pressing social movements for more than 150 years — from voting rights to civil rights, from affordable housing to pay equity, from violence prevention to health care reform. Today, we combine programming and advocacy in order to generate institutional change in three key areas: racial justice and civil rights, empowerment and economic advancement of women and girls, and health and safety of women and girls. YWCA Greater Cincinnati was founded in 1868 and was the fifth YWCA association in the United States.
We are looking for a self-motivated, organized, and dedicated candidate to fill our role as the Director of Grants Administration for our team.
Salary Range: $75,000 - $80,000
The Grants Administration Director is the lead writer and compliance monitor for YWCA government grant funding and funding from the United Way. The Grants Administration Director manages grants from prospect to fulfillment, tracking and reporting requirements in coordination with Program and Finance staffs.
PRINCIPAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
Writes or coordinates the submission of government grant proposals for YWCA programs.
Manages (fiscal and programmatic) assigned grant awards in coordination with Program and Finance staffs.
Prepares grant closeout and other necessary reports.
Coordinates programmatic, financial and statistical reporting for YWCA grants.
Provides oversight of government grant-related activities after initial award is made, including compliance
Researches new funding opportunities for YWCA programs in coordination with Executive management and development staff.
Assists with YWCA annual budget process and monthly financial statement preparation as needed.
Attends meetings and hearings related to funding sources for YWCA programs.
Maintains appropriate financial and statistical records.
Networks with state and local coalitions, area agencies and other related organizations for possible joint proposals and/or for information about relevant funding sources.
Researches statistical information related to YWCA program areas.
Oversight for the development, implementation and management of evaluation tools for YWCA programs, including monthly reporting of programmatic metrics and outcomes.
Oversight of training for YWCA Program Directors and staff to utilize data collection, evaluation tools, and grant reporting requirements.
Oversight of the evaluation and monitoring of YWCA program outcomes, including data analysis.
Manage performance measurement tools and communicate with internal (staff, executives, Board) and external stakeholders on a quarterly basis.
Management of System Administrator for YWCA database (train staff on use, confidentiality, and best practices; administer passwords; coordinate updates to programs/reports as needed with software vendor or STEH)
Other duties as assigned by the Executive Vice President
Responds to routine email, phone calls, etc.
Makes copies, prints documents, etc.
Provides information related to government awards as needed to assist with budget preparation
Support to Management, Supervisors and Staff
Interacts with Executive Vice President, President/CEO, Vice President of Finance and staff, YWCA program directors, various government entities and community organizations and general public
Master’s degree in related field or the equivalent combination of education and experience.
Experience in government funding and grant writing, researching and reporting required.
Experience in financial and grant recordkeeping experience preferred.
Prior experience with Raiser’s Edge preferred.
Political and social sensitivity
Ability to multi-task and work independently.
Strong organizational skills including careful attention to detail and ability to meet deadlines, prioritize and manage multiple projects.
Adept at process improvement.
Ability to utilize data system tracking and reporting functions.
Strong research skills and an ability to manage large amounts of information and keep accurate and well-organized records and files.
Demonstrated professionalism to successfully work with board level volunteers and high-level donors.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Ability to work with individuals across the spectrum of gender, race, religion, ethnicity, national origin, sexual orientation and socioeconomic background.
Ability to maintain highest confidentiality standards according to social service best practices, including program and/or organizational strategic information, personnel and client information.
Ability to reflect the YWCA mission to empower women and eliminate racism in work performance.
Full time; 37.5 hours per week
Flexible hybrid schedule with on-site and at-home work
Tools and Equipment Used
Personal computer, copier, fax/scanner, phone, and other typical office equipment
As required with respect to job responsibilities and business needs.
This job description does not constitute a written or implied contract of employment. This job description is not intended and should not be construed, to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, skills, efforts, or work conditions associated with the job. Furthermore, the employer reserves the right to revise or change job duties and responsibilities as the need arises.
The YWCA Greater Cincinnati provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.
This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training.
Jan 23, 2023
DCCH Center for Children & Families
Part-time 20 hours/week
DCCH Center cares for survivors of child abuse who have been removed from their homes by the Commonwealth of Kentucky and referred to us for specialized re
DCCH Center cares for survivors of child abuse who have been removed from their homes by the Commonwealth of Kentucky and referred to us for specialized residential treatment. DCCH provides life-changing services for children who have endured the most severe forms of physical, sexual, and emotional abuse and require a level of care beyond traditional programs and facilities. DCCH also has Foster Care & Adoption, Targeted Case Management, and Independent Living programs in addition to operating an Outpatient Therapy center which is open to the public.
We are seeking a dynamic, driven person to serve in the part-time role of Grants Coordinator. The Grants Coordinator will report directly to the Development & Marketing Director in all areas of job performance and responsibilities.
The Grants Coordinator will have a minimum of a bachelor’s degree in writing and/or communications or related field or have equivalent work experience in writing for publications or grants. Must possess excellent oral and written communication skills. Experience with Microsoft Office programs and database software preferred.
The Grants Coordinator must be proficient in written communication. This position includes building relationships with grant funders. Ability to be diplomatic, a good listener, and work with a diverse population. Possess the ability to work with various deadlines and support multiple projects at the same time. Is detail oriented, strong planner, organized, and has good administrative skills.
As an employee at DCCH Center for Children and Families, they shall be sensitive and responsive to cultural differences, which are present in the organization’s service population. They will participate in the support and activities of the Performance Quality Improvement Program.
Implement the annual goals for the Development Office along with the Development & MarketingDirector.
Research and write foundation, government, and corporate grants to gain support for DCCH’s programs and capital needs.
Represent the agency in meetings with potential funding sources.
Utilize the donor database management system as related to grants.
Maintain excellent records and follow up with grant reporting.
Participate as an integral member of the Development team. This includes assisting with planning, written content, and strategic planning.
Assist with development and content of press releases and two newsletters per year.
Provide support forAnnual Dinner Meeting, and Swing into Spring.
Maintain knowledge about the external environment as it relates to DCCH’s mission and values.
Assume other duties as assigned by the Executive Director and Development & Marketing Director.
Jan 23, 2023
Gallery & Creative Projects Manager
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&r
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: Gallery &Creative Projects Manager
Compensation: Salary commensurate with experience. Comprehensive employee benefits package includes health insurance including vision and dental, generous paid time off, 401k plan, and investment in career development.
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.
ArtWorks seeks a Gallery and Creative Projects Manager to manage the ArtWorks V2 Gallery program and a selection of creative projects (public and non-public artworks).
ArtWorks V2 Gallery (70%)
The ArtWorks V² Gallery enables teen and young adult artists to work directly with professional artists as mentors. Through the program, teen and young adult artists study the materials and methods of professional artists to inform the creation of their own unique and individual works of art. Each program session culminates in a cohesive group exhibit with all works for sale and proceeds going directly to the participating artists. The Gallery & Creative Projects Manager collaboratively curates artists for the program, design and install shows, collaborates with the Artist Impact team to create program curriculum, and supports professional artists as they develop their goals and plans for working with young artists.
Creative Projects Manager (30%)
The Gallery & Creative Projects Manager manages projects that result in large scale works of public art. This role collaboratively works within the Impact Team, as well as other departments, to manage projects from design to production, while nurturing and retaining artist relationships and diverse partnerships with community organizations, corporate clients, etc.
Oversee and implement the ArtWorks V2 Gallery Program through artist curation, exhibitions, recruitment, program curriculum, etc.
Manage other department specific projects (may include public art and non-public artworks) and initiatives
Serve as the primary point of contact for Artists, Community Partners, City Administrators, and Vendors
Lead meetings with stakeholders to guide productive discussion, planning, and resource coordination (may include project presentations, community engagement sessions, and other project-specific demonstrations and events)
Manage internal workflow process to ensure resources and content are delivered on time and on budget, and according to project needs
Work directly with other team members and departments to support artist recruitment and hiring, fundraising, and marketing/promotional efforts
Constructively critique artists’ work to ensure highest quality results
Administer, track, and report project outcomes and impact measurements
Support Impact Department through direct captainship of key department initiatives
Support Organizational priorities, as determined with Creative Projects, Director
Other duties as assigned
Qualifications and experiences:
Commitment to ArtWorks’ mission, vision, values, culture and Equity, Diversity, Inclusion & Accessibility Plan
Minimum of BA degreeor may consider equivalent job experience
Demonstrated track-record of successfully installing and deinstalling artwork for gallery exhibitions
Proven ability to build and produce impactful supplemental materials for gallery exhibitions (wall text, booklets, etc.)
Experience managing projects with artists
Must be willing to work outside of normal business hours when needed, especially for gallery opening and closing shows
Experience collaborating with diverse audience stakeholders
Driver’s license and reliable transportation means
Ability to lift and transport loads of 25+ lb. materials (transportation of misc. project materials and equipment)
Skills and abilities:
Basic understanding of the materials, techniques, and installation methods for fine art in a gallery setting
Strong design sensibility and familiarity with contemporary art
Strong project management skills
Strong problem-solving and decision-making skills
Strong organizational and time management skills with a focus on planning, implementation, and collaboration
A self-starter with ability to manage time and projects well with some oversite or direction
Strong written and verbal communications skills with capacity to present to public
Proficiency with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook) and information management systems
Adhere to ethical behavior and business practices
Detail-oriented with an ability to work on several projects simultaneously
Curious about facts and trends; a continuous learner
Set priorities, develop work plans and schedules, monitor and report progress
Comfortable working with community partners, youth, artists and across departments
Manage sensitive and confidential information with integrity
Work cooperatively and effectively with others to set goals, solve problems and make decisions that improve team/organizational effectiveness and drive results
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.
Apply: Click here with cover letter, resume and references
Jan 16, 2023
May We Help
May We Help’s staff is small but our passion for the mission has resulted in a lot of recent growth. We’re looking for a Development Director seasoned at creating and imp
May We Help’s staff is small but our passion for the mission has resulted in a lot of recent growth. We’re looking for a Development Director seasoned at creating and implementing a comprehensive and sophisticated fundraising plan that can sustain that growth to help ensure the unique and critical services of May We Help’s highly-skilled and dedicated volunteers reach as many people as possible.
May We Help touches a lot of lives in profound ways, meaning there’s no shortage of material to share with stakeholders! It does mean, though, that - in order to capture these moments and communicate them to donors, sponsors and partners - the Development Director must be able to work evenings and weekends. That said, the position is part-time (30 hours) and there’s a lot of work flexibility.
The Development Director is expected to create and implement a fundraising plan that includes but isn’t limited to:
Individual Donors. May We Help prizes the work of its volunteers, and it’s the Development Director’s responsibility to meaningfully and regularly communicate the impact the volunteers are making to May We Help’s donors, sponsors, partners and stakeholders. A thorough understanding of the philanthropic landscape is expected to help guide the development of strategies to retain and re-gain supporters and discover new donors, sponsors and partners.
Grants. The Development Director writes all the grants for May We Help. We’re growing so quickly and meeting new needs that, with good writing skills, it’s pretty easy to keep the grants fresh and exciting while communicating the unique and critical role May We Help plays. We’re also looking for the Development Director to have an eye on opportunities at a larger, national level.
Events. The Development Director is responsible for envisioning, planning and leading all details of all events, plus leading the securing of sponsors, auction items and attendees to help ensure each event’s success! The Development Director is also responsible for special, smaller events.
Five years experience in a Development role preferred.
Bachelor’s degree in related field required. Master degree preferred. CFRE preferred.
Strong written and verbal communication skills, people skills, empathy, organization, marketing skills and computer literacy, including CRM, communication/marketing platforms, pics and video editing.
Experience establishing a comprehensive ever-growing network, designing and managing special events, and directing prospect research while managing every facet of the fundraising process.
Jan 13, 2023
Health Center/Practice Manager
Planned Parenthood Southwest Ohio Region
Are you a crusader for reproductive health care?
You found the right place! Planned Parenthood Southwest Ohio Region (PPSWO) is searching for individuals who are energetic, creative, and highly passi
You found the right place! Planned Parenthood Southwest Ohio Region (PPSWO) is searching for individuals who are energetic, creative, and highly passionate about reproductive rights and health care. PPSWO is the area’s largest provider of reproductive health care and education. We have been named a Top Workplace in Cincinnati for 7 of the past 8 years. Be a part of an organization that is on the leading edge of sexual health care, education, and advocacy.
Our benefits include:
11 paid holidays per year
Generous Paid Time Off plan
Medical, dental, vision, flexible spending accounts, life and disability insurance and a generous Parental Leave program
401k (with matching up to half of a 7% contribution after one year)
Healthy work/life balance
Employee Assistance Program
Subscription to the Calm app for you and your family
We are seeking a Health Center Manager for our Mt. Auburn Health Center in Cincinnati, Ohio. As a practice manager you will direct the operations of the family planning center. You will co-lead the health center team of six professionals in conjunction with the Advanced Nurse Practitioner. This health center is open Monday-Friday plus one Saturday per month. The latest we are open is 7:00 p.m. two days per week. This gives you a balanced schedule with no holidays or Sundays. You will be supported by a team of five other health center managers, the Director of Family Planning, and the Vice President of Patient Services with depth of knowledge and experience.
What you will do:
Direct the operation of the health center to reach optimal functioning, maximize productivity and provide high-quality patient care.
Establish and maintain a respectful, professional atmosphere in the health center that is in line with PPSWO and PPFA values and mission.
Support a patient-focused service model with staff and patient schedules that will maximize access, minimize wait time, ensure efficient center flow, and meet productivity goals.
Manage and develop the staff of the center including the administrative supervision of clinicians.
Collaborate with the Director of Family Planning to effectively hire, orient, train, coach, develop and evaluate health center staff.
Responsible for managing the center budget in collaboration with the Vice President of Patient Services, Director of Family Planning, and Finance in developing the health center’s budget, including patient and visit projections, staffing plan, productivity goals, scope of services, outreach, and facilities upgrading.
Actively participates in patient-focused and other improvement projects such as Title X, service expansion, HCA school, Online Appointment Scheduling, staff and patient surveys, etc.
Fully participate in health center efforts to offer all patients superior customer service, improve clinic flow, and enhance the patient experience.
As desired, extend your experience to the multitude of Employee Resource Groups, committees, and workgroups available within the organization.
What you will bring:
Passionate commitment to PPSWO’s mission and values related to health equity, especially centering on racial equity, and a deep sense of accountability to community. Demonstrated understanding of the role that racial inequity plays in our society and its impact on healthcare systems and care delivery.
Demonstrated ability to be responsive to changing priorities and simultaneously handle multiple complex initiatives. Strong attention to detail.
Proven leadership ability including teambuilding, staff development, motivation and clearly communicated goals/expectations.
Demonstrated excellent customer service, verbal, and written communication skills.
College degree in health care field and experience in a healthcare setting and/or family planning clinic preferred, but not required.
Able to speak and write English. Bilingual (Spanish/English) preferred.
Ability to operate a computer, keyboard, and multi-key telephone.
Ability to maintain confidentiality and exercise sensitivity in dealing with clients’ sexuality and reproductive healthcare choices.
Ability to work flexible hours including evenings and Saturdays.
Excellent relationship building and communication skills, including a high level of self-awareness, empathy, and humility in interpersonal interactions.
A demonstrated ability to work and build trust across cultural differences as well as to effectively communicate across differences related to race, class, age, gender, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity, national origin, or ability.
Are you ready to talk about whether PPSWO is the right place for you? Apply at www.ppswo.org/jobs today.
Jan 12, 2023
Advanced Nurse Practitioner
Planned Parenthood Southwest Ohio Region
Advanced Nurse Practitioner
In collaboration with the overseeing physician, function within Planned Parenthood protocols, policies and guidelines to provide comprehensive reproductive h
In collaboration with the overseeing physician, function within Planned Parenthood protocols, policies and guidelines to provide comprehensive reproductive healthcare. With the center manager and physician, provide clinical leadership to ensure efficient, high quality service delivery. Perform in this position in accordance with the agency’s expectations for teamwork, interpersonal relations, and actively contribute to improving customer service, communication, and consistency.
Works collaboratively with physicians, clinicians, management, and ancillary health center staff throughout the affiliate to ensure adherence to the organization’s high standards of patient care and compliance with PPFA, OSHA, CLIA, and State procedures, policies and regulations
Assess patients based on health history, physical examination and laboratory reports. Following PPSWO protocols, develop, implement, and evaluate treatment plans, including referral processes.
Provide accurate, appropriate information regarding patient’s healthcare needs, concerns, and questions.
Maintain clinical records with appropriate findings and recommendations.
Monitor medical aspects of all medical services offered at the health center for quality and quantity of services provided to ensure best practices.
Provide clinical leadership in collaboration with physician and center manager and work cooperatively with staff to assure efficient, high quality service delivery.
Provide ongoing clinical training as directed.
Maintain up-to-date knowledge of current developments and research related to reproductive healthcare.
As scheduled, rotate after-hours call with other advanced practice nurses to manage patient emergencies (full-time and part-time advanced practice nurses only).
Fully participate in health center efforts to offer all patients superior customer service, improve clinic flow and enhance the patient experience.
Utilize PPSWO’s practice management system and electronic medical record system effectively.
Perform other duties as assigned by the supervisor.
KNOWLEDGE AND SKILL REQUIREMENTS:
Registered nurse with appropriate nurse practitioner or nurse midwifery education and current appropriate license. Prescriptive authority preferred.
Two (2) years OB/GYN or family planning experience with at least one year of prenatal experience preferred.
Able to write and speak English
Ability to function well as a team member.
Ability to communicate professionally with individuals of diverse backgrounds in a non-judgmental manner.
Ability to treat patients and staff with respect and sensitivity
Ability to maintain confidentiality and exercise sensitivity in dealing with clients sexuality and reproductive healthcare choices.
Good verbal and written communication skills.
Ability to operate a computer, keyboard and multi-key telephone.
Must be able to work flexible hours.
Commitment to PPSWO’s mission, goals and objectives.
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS/WORKING CONDITIONS:
Ability to lift and /or move up to 25 pounds, sit, talk, hear, stand, bend, walk; use hands and fingers, handle or operate objects, reach with hands and arms; climb and balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, crawl, and use repetitive motions of the hands and wrists.
Ability to get to the work site; also other PPSWO health centers and meetings when required.
May be exposed to communicable diseases and blood and body fluids that may contain HIV and/or HBV.
May be exposed to cleaning chemicals, offensive odors, and hazardous materials.
Jan 11, 2023
RN Instructor for State Tested Nurse Aide Training Program
Mercy Neighborhood Ministries
Position Title: RN Instructor for State Tested Nurse Aide Training ProgramReports to: Caregiver Training Program Director
Position Purpose: To provide program instructional and coaching expertise in
Position Title: RN Instructor for State Tested Nurse Aide Training Program Reports to: Caregiver Training Program Director
Position Purpose: To provide program instructional and coaching expertise in the workforce development of candidates for employment as state tested nurse aides. This includes classroom and skills lab instruction and coordination of clinical practicum.
Qualifications and Requirements: • Current Ohio nurse RN license required; current Train-the-Trainer certificate preferred • Minimum of two years of nursing experience in the field of which at least one involved instruction of nurse aides or home care aides. • Demonstrated proficiency with aide training curriculums and practicums coupled with expertise in adult learning needs and teaching models for persons with limited education and/or training experience • Proven skills working with a diverse student population; sensitivity to persons in crisis and commitment to assisting students with barriers to entering and staying in the workforce • Competent oral, written, and computer communication skills including Microsoft Office applications and email. • Knowledge of and commitment to the values and mission of MNM including a progressive understanding of cultural diversity and the pervasive impact of poverty • Physical, mental and technical capabilities to full job accountabilities • Ability to pass a criminal background check
Accountabilities and Weighting Criteria:
1. Participate in instruction of content and skills practice, coordination of clinical practicum, program evaluation and graduation ceremony. (65%)
2. Maintain current professional knowledge of relevant subject matter. (10%)
3. Work in a collaborative, cooperative manner with the Program Director and other team members as appropriate to exchange views regarding recruitment, operational issues, referrals, workforce development and the like. (10%)
6. Assist with facility, equipment and supply management. (5%)
Jan 11, 2023
Caregiver Training Coordinator
Mercy Neoghborhood Ministries
Position Title: Coordinator, Caregiver Training
Reports to: Director, Caregiver Training
To provide coordination, instructional, and nursing expertise in the wor
To provide coordination, instructional, and nursing expertise in the workforce development of candidates for employment as home health aides and state tested nurse aides. Providing curriculum input, problem-solving, prioritizing and organizational support in fulfilling the outcome measures identified in the agency strategic plan is expected. Coordinating delegated aspects of the program, supervising personnel, scheduling classes and testing, promoting the program as guided by the Director of Caregiver Training is required.
Qualifications and Requirements:
Current Ohio nurse (RN) license; current Train the Trainer certificate preferred
Minimum of one-year experience working in long-term care facility; two years of classroom instruction of state tested nurse aides or home health aides
Demonstrated proficiency in caregiver training curriculums and practicums coupled with expertise in adult learning needs and teaching models for persons with limited education and/or training experience
Proven behavioral coaching skills with diverse student population facing episodic life crisis and multiple barriers to success in the work force
Strong interpersonal skills in working with staff and students
Team work and creative problem-solving skills
Proficiency in Microsoft Office, client data base software programs ands other office equipment with minimal oversight
Professional knowledge of community contacts, especially potential employers
Knowledge of and commitment to the values and mission of MNM including a progressive understanding of cultural diversity and the pervasive impact of poverty
Physical, mental and technical capabilities to full job accountabilities
Accountabilities and Weighting criteria:
Coordinate delegated aspects of the program: application process, orientation and scheduling, home health/STNA curriculum updating, instruction of content and skills practice, supervising clinical experience, recruitment and orientation of volunteers, policy and procedure administration, staff supervision, data tracking, program evaluation and graduation ceremony. (50%)
Participate in the revision of training curriculum and teaching materials to address multiple adult learning and life skills needs of a widely diverse student population; maintain current professional knowledge of relevant subject matter: nursing, home health care, adult education, special needs of at–risk individuals; retain updated information and understanding of the training requirements from Ohio Departments of Aging and Health. (20%)
Oversee accuracy and timeliness of outcomes and data tracking. (5%)
Support public relations/marketing for the program in order to build he applicant pool and establish additional community partners and employment opportunities for program graduates.(10%)
Work in a collaborative, cooperative manner with the Executive Director and other team members as appropriate to exchange views regarding recruitment, operational issues, referrals, workforce development and the like. (10)
Coordinate facility, equipment and supply management. (5%)
Other duties as assigned.
Jan 10, 2023
Fund Development & Marketing Assistant
Working In Neighborhoods
Mission of Working In Neighborhoods: Empowering people to make informed choices for themselves and their neighborhoods through community building, home ownership and economic learning.
Job Title: Fun
Mission of Working In Neighborhoods: Empowering people to make informed choices for themselves and their neighborhoods through community building, home ownership and economic learning.
Job Title: Fund Development & Marketing Assistant
Accountable to: Fund Development/Marketing Director
Position: The Fund Development & Marketing Assistant is responsible for assisting the director with stewarding the organization’s development and marketing efforts. Key responsibilities include, event implementation, database management and assisting in the production of print and electronic marketing materials.
Responsibilities: Event • Works with staff and committees to coordinate successful fundraising events • Develops and implements event timetable • Serves as agency liaison with event venue • Solicits auction and raffle items -writes auction item descriptions • Prepares correspondence for sponsors and other donors • Coordinates the packaging of raffle and auction items • Assists in producing event printed and electronic materials • Coordinates event volunteer activities • Manages event registration, online auction, event seating and event payout with GiveSmart • Documents practices and procedures for use in future fundraising efforts • Assist with other donor recognition and friend-raising events. Database Management • Core responsibilities include ensuring accuracy of Salesforce database by entering and updating information • Provides timely donor gift acknowledgements and pledge reminder • Generates donor reports • Works with director to increase annual gift through direct mail and ongoing donor stewardship Marketing • Helps develop content for the website and social media • Implements the social media strategy • Assists in producing print and electronic newsletters • Assist in producing collateral pieces (i.e. brochures, invitations, flyers, event booklets)
Qualifications: • Commitment to advance the mission and vision of WIN. • Associates degree preferred 2 years’ experience in fund development or related field. • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite essential, experience in Publisher, donor software a plus • Strong interpersonal communication and writing skills • Skilled at project management • Ability to work with diverse staff, volunteers, and the community to further WIN’s mission
Compensation: Salary is $45,000 and includes health insurance benefits, vacation, flexible spending account, and employee assistance programs.
Application process: Applicants should email a letter of interest, resume, and salary requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org or submit by mail to Working In Neighborhoods, Attention: Personnel Committee 1814 Dreman Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45223
Jan 2, 2023
Gift Officer-Individual and Planned Gifts
Job Description Summary
Identify, qualify, solicit, close and steward major gifts ($5,000+) with a focus on high net-worth individuals. Create strategic requests and reports for donors by worki
Identify, qualify, solicit, close and steward major gifts ($5,000+) with a focus on high net-worth individuals. Create strategic requests and reports for donors by working with external affairs team staff to integrate into the overall department goals and plans.
Essential Job Functions
Identify, qualify, solicit, close and steward major and planned gifts from high net-worth individuals as well as gifts from corporations and foundations through visits and other forms of direct personal contact
Execute moves management approach to the portfolio and a custom strategy for each donor to develop approaches to generate new and higher levels of giving
Enlist senior management, volunteers and board members in the cultivation and solicitation of major donors and prospects that integrates into the overall department goals and plans
Promote and close complex sales such as campaign, endowment and sponsorship gifts
Collaborate with the Database Manager, Mid-Level and Major Gift officers, Director of Leadership Gifts, and other staffers to analyze portfolios, strategize upgrades and establish goals for outright and planned giving
Coordinate cultivation, recognition and stewardship activities, as needed, with other staff members
Develop customized communications for donors and supporters in order to deepen their understanding and support of Freestore Foodbank’s mission
Meet annual goals for personal visits, solicitation proposals developed and secured, and planned gift asks
Monitor and report relationship management activity using constituent relationship management system including identification, qualification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of prospective and current individual, corporate and foundation major donors
Assist in short and long range planning activities to support and implement fundraising goals and objectives
Independently maintain a schedule to support 150+ relationships
Represent the organization externally, providing consistent and positive customer service
Education: Bachelor’s Degree in related field with Master’s preferred
Experience: Minimum of 5 years of successful portfolio management experience in a similar field with proven success record in major and/or corporate relations and/or planned gift fundraising.
Skills & Abilities:
Ability to work effectively across all departments and teams.
Strong critical thinking to align organizational needs and donor opportunities
Strong organizational and problem solving skills with the ability to multi-task, handling many relationships at once. Strong planning skills, including the ability to anticipate tasks, set priorities, meet deadlines and function smoothly under deadlines and shifting priorities.
Strong listening and interpreting skills in order to respond to donor needs.
Strong writing, oral and presentation communication skills with demonstrated ability to persuade others.
Proficiency in writing solicitation letters, proposal and stewardship materials.
Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite with ability to learn Raiser’s Edge, Power Plan and other relevant tracking and reporting systems.
Must remain knowledgeable of all Freestore Foodbank programs, services and events
Must be comfortable with speaking to the public and making presentations
Expectation of ability to work some nights/weekends.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Standing: Up to 1/3 of the time
Sitting: 2/3 of the time or more
Talking: 2/3 of the time or more
Hearing: 2/3 or more
Office environment with some travel expected to visit donors, work between buildings and attend organizational events. Must be able to transport themselves.