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Nov 30, 2023 Photo and Video Studio Manager ArtWorks Part Time ArtWorks is an equal opportunity employer and is strongly committed to building and retaining a diverse team. We believe in creating an inclusive workplace which harnesses each voice to collectively Details
Greg Sunderhaus



1273 Full Link

Part Time

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


Job Title: Photo and Video Studio Manager

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

Salary Range: $25,000 (25hrs per week)

Job Type: Part-Time Exempt 

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

Reports to: Director of Creative Studios

Start date: January 1st, 2024


About ArtWorks: Now in its 27th year, ArtWorks is an award-winning Greater Cincinnati nonprofit that has pioneered public art and economic impact throughout the region to create community-based public art that provides career opportunities for artists of all ages. ArtWorks works alongside community leaders to build civic pride with art that beautifies the region, creating jobs for more than 300 artists annually, including young artists ages 14-24, to earn a living wage. The economic empowerment and mentorship that ArtWorks provides leads to upward mobility, which is critically important for young people who come from a majority of under resourced and underemployed neighborhoods and households. Since 1996, ArtWorks has employed over 4,000 youth and 3,500 creative professionals. The organization has completed more than 14,000 public and private art works of art, including public sculpture, light-based installations and more than 200 permanent outdoor murals, contributing to the region’s global reputation as an arts destination. Now headquartered in Walnut Hills, ArtWorks is part of the burgeoning arts district in Cincinnati’s historic second downtown. Learn more at

 ArtWorks is expanding to include a Photo and Video production studio to fulfill a range of client services with a focus on photo and video production, while providing youth, ages 18-24, with mentorship and guidance. The role offers a talented photo and video professional with expertise documenting events and art to work alongside an emerging creative team to maximize their social impact through ArtWorks’ mission.


The Photo and Video Studio Manager is responsible for the execution of ArtWorks’ program mission and overseeing the Photo and Video Studio’s projects. The Photo and Video Studio Manager focuses on managing photography and videography projects, both internal and external. Most projects are client commissioned and provide sustainability income for the Studio. 


This role requires the ability to inspire a diverse group of young people with high energy and strong organizational skills. The role requires the ability to engage young people in the photo and video production process by communicating and breaking down tasks into steps that help the Studio Artists uncover their best ideas and strengths.


Key Responsibilities: 

Lead projects and teams from start to finish by managing client communication, presentations, production schedules, team delegation and collaboration, image capture process, quality control, onsite or studio production logistics and coordination, and final delivery/completion of projects.


Production & Studio Management

  • Apply a strong understanding of photo and video shoot production to internal and external client projects. 
  • Identify, create, and implement strategies and systems for studio management, maintenance, studio layout, and equipment/prop organization. Ensure all aspects of the project are uploaded, accessible, and maintained through to project closing.
  • Develop a team workflow with a strong sense of deadline and time management.
  • Delegate the image capture and editing process to the team.
  • Monitor project budgets: human and material resources against project budget parameters and create solutions that maximize efficiency and produce quality results. Ensure all materials and equipment are purchased, available and ready for use as needed in the production schedule.

Young Adult Workforce Development

  • Create and communicate clear expectations to Studio Artists by making project goals, shot lists, production plans, shoot schedules, files, and equipment accessible. 
  • Design curriculum that strengthens Studio Artists’ understanding of client management, the creative direction and photo and video shoot production process, photo and video editing, problem solving, and interpersonal communication skills. 
  • Build individual relationships with Studio Artists through active conversation and one-on-one instruction, ensuring their professional development. 
  • Track Studio Artists attendance/lateness, approve hours worked, and evaluate performance. 
  • Support the Impact Department in compiling qualitative data; Photo/Video Studio Artists evaluations and surveys are completed.

Client Management

  • Establish and maintain positive client relationships to determine project scope, expectations, deadlines, pricing and budget development, and invoicing of clients.
  • Lead the development and pitching of project proposals/presentations and creative briefs.
  • Facilitate ongoing communication amongst the client, Studio Artists, and ArtWorks Impact Team during the project cycle.



Qualifications and experiences:

  • Commitment to ArtWorks’ mission, values, culture and Equity, Diversity, Inclusion & Accessibility Plan
  • Preference is a Bachelor of Fine Arts or equivalent job experience.
  • Minimum 5+ years experience in photo and video shoot production, image capture, and editing strongly preferred.
  • Demonstrated track-record of leading, mentoring and managing a diverse team; preference is with young adults.
  • Experience leading, mentoring and managing a diverse team; preference is with young adults.
  • Proficiency in digital editing and post-production software: Photoshop, Lightroom, CaptureOne, PremierePro preferred.
  • Excellent project management skills (time management, verbal and written communication, presentation)
  • Must be willing to work outside of normal business hours when needed.

Skills and abilities:

  • Builds effective relationships through formal and informal networks, internally and externally
  • Collaborates by building internal and community partnerships with shared objectives
  • Champions diversity that recognizes the value of different perspectives and cultures
  • Embraces change by adapting approach and demeanor to match the shifting demands of different situations
  • Is resourceful in securing and deploying resources effectively and efficiently
  • Plans and aligns work to meet commitments aligned with organizational goals
  • Communicates effectively in a variety of communication modes: groups, 1-1 and virtual.
  • Excellent organizational, problem-solving and decision-making skills
  • Proficiency with MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and information management systems
  • Adhere to ethical behavior and business practices

 Apply with cover letter, resume, 10 portfolio samples, and references. For the portfolio samples, please include photo and video projects that you have worked on and photography and films (please include links) of your own. Please combine all images and links into one PDF document no larger than 4MB. Upload using the additional materials button.

Nov 29, 2023 Executive Administrator Last Mile Food Rescue Part Time Position Purpose: Last Mile Food Rescue is a Greater Cincinnati food rescue organization on a mission to save good food and get it to those who need it most. By using the power of volunteers fuel Details
Eileen Budo

Last Mile Food Rescue


1272 Full Link

Part Time

Position Purpose: Last Mile Food Rescue is a Greater Cincinnati food rescue organization on a mission to save good food and get it to those who need it most. By using the power of volunteers fueled by technology (a mobile app called Last Mile), we connect Food Donors with Nonprofits Agencies who serve the region’s food insecure with volunteer drivers, fighting food waste and helping to end the hunger. Since opening our doors in November 2020, Last Mile Food Rescue has seen incredible growth, rescuing well over 7 Million pounds of desirable food. Volunteers love the simplicity of the app and accessibility of volunteering close to home. Food Donors and Non-profit Agencies see Last Mile as a critical partner in the effort to eliminate food waste and hunger in our region.

The LMFR Executive Administrator is a part-time position that provides administrative and clerical support to the Chief Executive Officer.

Major Responsibilities:

The Executive Administrator will magnify the impact of the work of Last Mile Food Rescue through assisting with a variety of administrative and development tasks. 

The EA is a natural relationship-builder and taskmaster who thrives in a creative, fast-paced, impact-oriented environment and is deeply aligned with our mission to end food waste and food insecurity in our community. This position requires the ability to work well with the CEO, staff, and the public in an active environment, and efficiently accomplish multiple duties and tasks successfully. 

Responsibilities will include: 

Administrative Support

  • Provide support for the CEO including managing communications, scheduling, and calendars, generating reports, filing, making copies, etc. 
  • Prepare CEO for meetings as needed; may include research, assembling and analyzing data, reports, presentations, and documents.
  • Help manage the upkeep and appearance of office and public spaces including maintaining equipment and supplies.


  • Generate and maintain correspondence related to general donors, including thank you letters, responses to inquiries, end of year letters, etc. as directed by the VP of External Relations.
  • Input, update and maintain data in Salesforce as needed.
  • Upkeep confidential payroll information and ‘run’ payroll in Paychex system (training available).
  • Assist HR manager with new employee on-boarding, including adding new employee to Paychex.


  • Work with staff to manage and update communications.

Board Support

  • Serve as liaison for the Board of Directors and committees. This includes distributing minutes and other documents for the Board, managing board files and directory, and arranging and scheduling Board, committee and staff meetings.

Qualifications & Competencies:

  • Passion to make a difference in the areas of hunger relief, food rescue and food waste reduction.
  • 2 years of experience in administrative support or 1 year as an executive assistant
  • Office management and Accounting experience a plus
  • Superior organizational and time management skills
  • Proficiency in office digital technology and a willingness to learn and employ new technology 
  • Driver’s license and personal transportation 


Work Environment & Culture:

  • Hybrid, part-time work structure based in Norwood depending on demand of the day. 
  • Start-up environment, we do what it takes to be successful.
  • Target base compensation of $18/hr and will be commensurate with experience and physical location.

Start date: January 15, 2024 or sooner. 


Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, current resume, references, and a writing sample via email to with the subject line LMFR Executive Administrator 2024. Applications are due Friday, December 15. Relocation sponsorship is not available.

Nov 27, 2023 Program Manager Boys Hope Girls Hope Cincinnati Full Time Job Title: Program Manager Job Information: Job Classification: Exempt Evaluation:  Annual Reporting/Supervisory Responsibility: Reports To: Program Director Supervisory Responsibility: Yes Details
Gina Kirk

Boys Hope Girls Hope Cincinnati


1271 Full Link

Full Time

Job Title: Program Manager

Job Information:

Job Classification: Exempt

Evaluation:  Annual

Reporting/Supervisory Responsibility:

Reports To: Program Director

Supervisory Responsibility: Yes


Job Summary:

In alignment with the Boys Hope Girls Hope mission and values and under the supervision of the Program Director, the Program Manager (PM) sets a clear course for the functioning and activities of the program, supervises the residential and academy team by example and guidance, provides support to the Program Director in implementing various administrative tasks in all program areas, and ensures that appropriate services are effectively delivered to each scholar and collegian for their full development according to the BHGH Program Model.

 Education and Experience and Certifications- Minimum Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in social work, psychology, counseling, education, or related field
  • Minimum of 2 years full time experience working with youth
  • 1-2 years supervisory experience, 3-5 years preferred
  • Prior successful experience working in a residential and afterschool programing setting (preferred)
  • Ability to pass background checks in compliance with state licensing requirements
  • Driver’s license with current insurance
  • Minimum age of 21

Job Requirements- Minimum Qualifications (Knowledge, Skills & Abilities):

  • Ability to work flexible hours when required, occasionally including weekends and evenings
  • Must be able to produce quality, error-free work and take initiative to complete projects as needed or assigned
  • Willingness to pitch-in and fill the needs of team including interacting with youth

Essential Functions, Duties and Responsibilities:

Program Administration

  • Serve as the first point of contact with referrals, informing them of the program, opportunities, and taking critical contact information for future application resources. Directs candidates with greater service needs to other organizations
  • Discuss the program, gather preliminary paperwork for review for the program committee, sign releases for continues admissions process. and serves as form of contact throughout the admissions and onboarding process. Collects information for review of the Program Committee from schools, doctors, references, and families throughout process
  • Input initial data on candidates into PPM Community in Salesforce for future admissions needs. Updates information as needed and monitors PPM for new referrals
  • Print, organize, and arrange the scholar case record for newly admitted scholars to complete the placement agreement and maintain ODJFS record keeping requirements
  • Consistent and regular community networking to recruit candidates for admission
  •  Identification, screening, and selection of children for the program according to Boys Hope Girls Hope admission standards

Program Licensing

  • Work with Program Director to maintain communication with ODJFS rep for licensing to cover employee training, youth records and maintain onsite standards within ODJFS standards. Coordinate bi-annual review of records (employee and scholar) for consistency, continuity of information, and organization

Residential Staff and Community Volunteer Supervision

  • Responsible for assisting Program Director with evaluation, support and training of Residential Educators including ongoing meaningful training, professional development and staff recognition.
  • Ensuring all evaluations for team members are completed timely and uploaded into PPM, Salesforce or SharePoint
  • Mentor and support the residential and academy team members in excellent performance expectations and meaningful goals. Conduct the annual evaluation process for both residential and academy team members with Program Director, with formal periodic check-ins throughout the year. Manage team member scheduling, coordinate coverage as needed and delegate staff duties such as grocery shopping, managing in-kind donations and donor thank you letters, dinner hosts, coordination of community tours or parties.
  • While the PM is not expected to live in either house, the PM is expected to attend and participate in house meetings and reflections, and to provide coverage as needed.
  • Facilitate monthly program team meetings, foster effective staff communication and coordination, and ensure that each member of the team has the information they need to effectively fulfill his or her responsibilities.
  • Coordinate and supervise community volunteers as they carry out service with the scholars and provide regular feedback to the Program Director and/or Volunteer Coordinator.

Program Operations

  • Establish, maintain and coordinate consistency across program, develop routines and schedules for the houses to provide high expectations, structure, stability, and guidance for the benefit of the scholars.
  • Ensure that all program vehicles are well-maintained in function and appearance and that appropriate maintenance records are kept according to ODJFS guidelines.
  •  Maintain “donor ready” facilities inside and out.
  • In collaboration with Program Director, oversee expenditures and manage the petty cash account for academy and residential program.
  • Oversee compliance with and document regular disaster preparedness drills in accordance with established policies.
  • Reviews and ensures that scholar files are accurate and maintained in accordance with licensing and Boys Hope Girls Hope standards. Submit training documentation to office staff for employee files.
  • Ensure residential and academy service plans are completed timely and have all necessary signatures and approved by Program Director
  • Make sure that the scholars receive regular and nutritious meals and snacks based on licensing guidelines and that other basic needs are met and services are secured.
  • In collaboration with the Program Director, ensure that the home operates according to all BHGH Network Head Quarters standards and State of Ohio Residential Care Licensing Standards. Prepare for and participate in yearly licensing visits.

Residential Services Delivery

  • Collaborate and coordinate with Program Director to ensure effective communication between the residential and academy program and governing body of the organization.  
  • Lead all program team members in ensuring that each scholar receives comprehensive and effective interventions for developmentally appropriate growth in all aspects of physical, emotional, intellectual, social, and spiritual dimensions in accordance with the BHGH Program Model.
  • In every aspect of both residential and academy scholar, engage each scholar in their own holistic development so that they become increasingly responsible, self-sufficient, and skilled as they prepare for college life and independent living. This includes ensuring all scholars are actively participating in My Road and other cohort specific programming.
  • Foster the engagement of the parents and guardians of all scholars by ensuring regular communication and the planning or coordinating of regular meetings and social opportunities by residential and academy coordinators.
  • Ensure that child welfare and best practice safeguards are in place in the residential homes and academy, including recognizing and acting on signs and symptoms of addiction, mental health, and physical health issues.
  • Oversee quarterly service planning, monthly progress meetings, and all aspects of behavioral and crisis intervention and ensure that thorough and prompt documentations are maintained.
  • Ensure that the house Scholar Case Files and Program Participant Manager (PPM) database records are complete for each residential scholar.  
  • Assist the Program Director in the scholar recruitment and interviewing process, including active participation in outreach and development of referral sources.

Other Competencies for success:

  • Professional work habits and dress.
  • The ability to develop appropriate relationships with different populations, including scholars and their families.
  • Able to maintain composure while under stress.
  • Sensitivity to and cultural education/competency regarding different religious backgrounds, gender, and cultures.
  • Pursues professional and personal development, both for self and for the team.
Nov 20, 2023 HR Generalist St. Vincent de Paul Full Time Human Resources Generalist Job Posting  St. Vincent de Paul – Cincinnati (SVDP) has served residents of greater Cincinnati for over 150 years with basic needs such as food, medicine, and h Details
Christine Zumwalde

St. Vincent de Paul


1270 Full Link

Full Time

Human Resources Generalist Job Posting

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

 We are seeking an experienced HR Generalist to join our dynamic team who can navigate with agility and compassion during a high growth period. As part of the SVDP HR team, you will play a key role in helping to shape practices that encourage employee engagement and service excellence.  You will work closely with managers and staff at the stores to support their Human Capital needs.

 Our Mission: 

A 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.

Position:       Human Resources Generalist (full-time)

Reports to:   Director of Human Resources

Hours:           Monday -Friday 8am-4:30. Occasional Saturday or evening hours

Work Environment:  Office Environment – Adequately lit, heated and ventilated.

Scope of Position:

The optimal candidate for this position will possess competency of the following traits/skills:

  • Organization
  • Computer literacy
  • Verbal and written communication
  • Attention to detail
  • Interpersonal communication
  • Confidentiality
  • Compassion
  • Creativity
  • Decision-making

Job Responsibilities  

Recruitment and Onboarding Ownership of the end-to-end recruitment life cycle including sourcing, recruitment, job postings, screening resumes, scheduling and conducting interviews, and assisting with orienting and onboarding new employees.

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

Employee Relations Function as a point of contact for employee complaints and concerns seeking solutions and promoting a positive work environment. Contribute ideas and promote employee engagement and well-being through various programs and initiatives. Collaborate with supervisors to address performance issues.

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

Performance Management Supporting the performance appraisal processes, providing guidance and support to managers when addressing performance issues.

Training and Development Collaboratively identifying training needs, organizing training sessions, and supporting employee development initiatives. Facilitate and support continuous learning and growth.

HR Data and Records Assist with maintaining accurate HR metrics, generating HR related reports, and utilizing HR software systems. Providing HR-related data and analytics for HR activity to support decision-making. Maintain accurate HR records. Analyze data to pinpoint trends and make recommendations for process improvement.

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

Job Requirements:

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

 Physical Requirements:

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

Join our team and become a member of a faith-based community where your input is valued, and your viewpoints are included.  At St. Vincent, de Paul you can experience the reward of contributing to the growth and success of our mission while advancing your HR career.

Qualified candidates are encouraged to forward a cover letter, resume & compensation expectations letter outlining their qualifications and relevant experience. Please include "HR Generalist Application" in the subject line of your email addressed to Deadline to apply is November 27, 2023. 

Thank you for considering us as a potential employer of choice.

The Society of St. Vincent de Paul-Cincinnati District Council provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, St. Vincent de Paul complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities.


Nov 15, 2023 Senior Development Manager St. Vincent de Paul Full Time SENIOR DEVELOPMENT MANAGER  Reports To: Vice President of External Relations Hours: 40 hours/week with occasional evening and weekend hours Location: Liz Carter Center, 1125 Ban Details
Kaytlynd Lainhart

St. Vincent de Paul


1269 Full Link

Full Time


Reports To: Vice President of External Relations

Hours: 40 hours/week with occasional evening and weekend hours

Location: Liz Carter Center, 1125 Bank Street, Cincinnati, OH 45214

Accepting applications until end of day Friday, December 8.

Background: St. Vincent de Paul – Cincinnati (SVDP) has served residents of greater Cincinnati for over 150 years with basic needs assistance such as food, medicine, and homelessness prevention (rent and utilities) through the organization’s Neyer Outreach Center in the West End and through 56 parish-based volunteer Conferences. SVDP provides holistic direct assistance and systemic change services while serving neighbors in need with dignity and compassion. In the past year, St. Vincent de Paul gave out more than $4.8MM in housing/utilities assistance, helped feed more than 90,000 individuals through our pantries, and provided more than 80,000 life-saving prescriptions to our neighbors in need throughout the Greater Cincinnati region.

Mission: A network of neighbors, inspired by Gospel values, growing in holiness and building a more just world.

Scope of Position: The Senior Development Manager is responsible for the strategic creation of and implementation of all components of the organization’s gift processing, events/drives, grant funding, and planned giving. This position is a management position providing oversight, coaching, and mentorship to three development team members. Reporting to the VP of External Relations, this role works collaboratively with the Senior Marketing Manager, Giving Officer, and the team at the Outreach Center to maximize our impact through development efforts and events.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Oversee and support Events & Partnerships Manager, Gift Processing Coordinator and Grants Manager
  • Create and implement organization’s Planned Giving strategies; manage individual donors who are in the Ozanam Legacy of Hope Society
  • Develop and oversee organization’s grant calendar to ensure all grant proposals and reports are submitted in an organized and timely manner; cultivate and steward relationships with foundations/government funders; oversee and Grant Manager; review drafted grants and reports; write grants, as needed
  • Oversee all processes related to the donor database, act as backup to the Gift Processing Coordinator
  • Manage a select portfolio of major donors that relate to grant funding and planned giving
  • Support team strategy for giving solicitations throughout the year, preparing all mail lists for direct mail efforts in coordination with the Gift Processing Coordinator
  • Creation and execution of development strategies and proactive timelines to support the Events and Partnership Manager through recurring events and drives
  • Collaborating with Senior Marketing and Communication Manager and Creative Manager on donor stewardship materials and community engagement events
  • Oversee impact reporting and quarterly development updates
  • Support of Relationship Building Committee oversee elements of “Better Together” SVDP Strategic Plan
  • Perform other duties as assigned within the External Relations Department


  • Demonstrated drive for success with project management, problem solving and organizing.
  • Exceptional communication skills
  • Competence with planned giving
  • Strategic agility with process management and prioritization
  • Mission-driven leadership and passion for helping neighbors in need.
  • Proven success with initiating and cultivating sustainable donor relationships
  • Exceptional active listening skills.
  • Proven success with building effective teams and developing direct reports
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office including Word, Excel and PowerPoint
  • Understanding of and commitment to the mission of St. Vincent de Paul
  • Experience with Donor Perfect or similar CRM database, preferred


  • Bachelor’s degree
  • 5+ years supervisory experience
  • 5+ years successful development experience
  • Foundation, Corporate, and Government Grant management experience

Physical Requirements: Job duties can primarily be performed from a desk using standard office equipment. Occasional requirement to lift items of 20 pounds for special events.

Travel within the Greater Cincinnati region may be required for events and stewardship of donor relationships. Fundraising events/drives may occasionally occur on evenings and weekends.

Qualified candidates are encouraged to forward a cover letter, resume & compensation expectations letter outlining their qualifications and relevant experience by Friday, December 8 end of day. Please include “Senior Development Manager Application” in the subject line of your email addressed to

Nov 13, 2023 Support & Volunteer Coordinator Sweet Cheeks Diaper Bank Full Time Volunteer and Support Coordinator  Full-Time: 40 hours a week Reports to: Director of Community Engagement  Compensation: $23/hr ; non-exempt Location: Cincinnati, OH (1400 State Ave. 45 Details
Megan Fischer

Sweet Cheeks Diaper Bank


1268 Full Link

Full Time

Volunteer and Support Coordinator 

Full-Time: 40 hours a week

Reports to: Director of Community Engagement 

Compensation: $23/hr ; non-exempt

Location: Cincinnati, OH (1400 State Ave. 45204)

Start Day: Flexible, by 1/9/24 preferred 

Education Requirements: High School Diploma. College degree preferred (Associates or higher). 

About: COVERD Greater Cincinnati runs the programs Sweet Cheeks Diaper Bank, Tidal Babe Period Bank, and Fly & Dry Basic Needs Bank. Through 50 partner social service agencies, the programs provide free diapers and period supplies to low-income families while raising awareness of the basic health need for these items. Our mission is to promote dignity and health for people in need by increasing awareness of the need for, and access to, essential hygiene products. We were started in October of 2015 and have been experiencing rapid growth and success since then.

Essential Duties

The Volunteer & Support Coordinator is a critical role for the organization, providing consistent administrative support to all staff and helping manage the thousands of volunteers we welcome each year.

Office Management (25%)

  • Greet all visitors and ensure they are properly signed in/out

  • Field phone calls and return voicemails.

  • Respond to general emails and schedule some appointments for staff.

  • Accept deliveries during business hours (Tues-Thurs, 9am-3pm).

  • Organize incoming and outgoing mail; take things to the post office.

  • Purchase office and other business supplies as needed.

  • Other office support duties as needed.

Volunteer & Program Coordination (50%)

  • Lead 1-5 volunteer groups per week and up to one evening and one weekend volunteer group per month.

  • Reply to volunteer inquiries and book groups using our volunteer scheduling system.  

  • Assist Director of Community Engagement with off-site mobile wrapping events, as needed.

  • Manage community diaper drives by answering questions, providing information or documents, scheduling deliveries of donated products, and sending thank you notes. Help pick-up as needed.

  • Enter product donations using our inventory management system.

  • Assist with filling and distributing monthly partner agency orders as needed.

  • Organize inventory in the warehouse using pallet jacks and a forklift.

  • Help unload inventory on delivery days.

Marketing/Communications/Data Entry (25%)

  • Manage social media accounts (Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn) and use Meta Business Suite to post regularly to all our channels for all brands/programs.

  • Build our community of support through interacting with comments, other accounts, and messages in our social media accounts online. 

  • Create content in Canva or other design programs for use in our marketing efforts.

  • Assist the Director of Community Engagement with volunteer data entry and reports.   

  • Work in our CRM database to accurately enter information related to all aspects of our organization.

  • Assist with addressing envelopes and writing thank you notes and other mailing tasks.

Skills & Experience Needed:

  • Minimum 1-2 years working in a non-profit setting, preferably as administrative assistant, office manager, volunteer coordinator, educator, social media coordinator, or other qualifying position (preferred but not required). 

  • Excellent public speaking skills and ability to lead a group of 20 or more volunteers, give tours, and provide clear instructions on how to wrap diapers, pack period kits, and other volunteer duties as needed. 

  • Proven ability to multi-task and manage multiple projects and priorities in deadline-intensive situations

  • Comfort working in a fast-paced environment

  • Minimum 1 year experience with data entry/Microsoft products/Google Drive preferred

  • Proficiency in social media platforms preferred (Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Meta Business Suite)

  • Experience creating content in Canva preferred

  • Extreme attention to detail

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

  • Excellent customer service skills

  • Willingness to learn new systems and processes

  • The ability to handle conflict, confrontation, and uncomfortable situations head-on and with grace

  • Should be able to lift, carry, push, and pull up to 40 pounds and stand or walk for extended periods of time

  • Willingness to operate a pallet jack & forklift (we will pay for your training and certification—don’t let this discourage you from applying!)

  • Willingness to assist in mobile events and drive a box truck, as needed.

  • Ability to flourish in a creative team environment as well as operate independently

  • Willingness to talk to community members about our mission

  • Ability to demonstrate and uphold our core values (Integrity, Intentionality, Insight, and Innovation)

  • Access to reliable transportation and a current driver’s license


  • Our Volunteer & Support Coordinator will need to be in the office Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 9am-3pm (18 hours per week). 

  • Other 22 hours may be worked remotely (at Manager’s discretion). 

  • Full-time employees have the potential to have a 4-day work week if all tasks are completed (at Manager’s discretion). 

  • Must be available for at least one evening and one weekend shift per month.

  • Additional evening and weekend hours will occasionally be required to assist with large events. 

Benefits:This position is an opportunity to join a quickly-growing nonprofit in Cincinnati’s Lower Price Hill community! Benefits include:

  • Up to 22 hours remote work 

  • 403(b) retirement plan

  • Universal Benefits account funded by employer

  • Up to 120 hours PTO; 16 hours floating holiday; 40 hours of sick time each year 

  • 8 paid company holidays 

  • Paid leave the week of July 4th and the week of December 25th through January 1st

  • Paid parental leave

  • Dog-friendly office 

Questions? Contact Megan Fischer:

To Apply: Email your resume, cover letter, and three (3) references to

COVERD Greater Cincinnati does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations. These activities include, but are not limited to, hiring and firing of staff, selection of volunteers and vendors, and provision of services. We are committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all members of our staff, clients, volunteers, subcontractors, vendors, and clients.

Nov 8, 2023 Marketing & Engagement Coordinator Karen Wellington Foundation Full Time Marketing & Engagement Coordinator This role will report directly to the Executive Director and will lead strategy and implementation of the foundation’s marketing, events, and overall bra Details
Emily Murray

Karen Wellington Foundation

1266 Full Link

Full Time

Marketing & Engagement Coordinator

This role will report directly to the Executive Director and will lead strategy and implementation of the foundation’s marketing, events, and overall brand engagement. The right candidate should be skilled in event work, understand holistic marketing strategies, and enjoy community engagement.

 Minimum of 3-5 years of experience in marketing and event planning.

Salary Range $40,000 - $50,000


  • Strategy, planning and execution of ownable KWF events (Karen’s Gift, Golf Outing & FUN RUN)
  • Leads the planning, facilitation & execution of all third party events and partnerships (Pink October, FUNds events, chapter cities etc)
  • Works to identify new partnerships as well as creates growth opportunities with existing event partners
  • Assists with marketing and promotional needs associated with events

Community Engagement:

  • Researches underserved communities and prioritizes areas of focus for outreach
  • Leads outreach efforts, as well as the planning and execution of engagement across communities
  • Coordinates event opportunities with various community partners to help the foundation generate awareness around nominations

Digital & Print Communication:

  • Manages relationships with partners/vendors including the foundation’s graphic designer, Creatives on Call, Michael Holder video, etc…
  • Oversees the production and management of all print communications
  • Works with marketing team on timelines, creative briefs, and communications to ensure all projects are delivered on time and to standard
  • Works alongside the ED to create annual communications calendars/overall strategy

 Public Relations:

  • Works alongside marketing team to develop + execute quarterly PR strategies (Q1 - Karen’s Gift, Q2 - Summer Events, Q3 - October/ Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Q4 - Holiday and end of year giving)
  • Works alongside local and national media partners, orgs and corporations to market the mission to a wide audience
  • Point person for TV & Radio Appearances


  • Leads the production of merchandise with third party vendors to ensure quality and consistency in product
  • Regularly tracks and fulfills orders within a timely manner
  • Manages consumer feedback and engagement in relation to KWF merchandise


Please submit resumes and cover letters to

Nov 8, 2023 Operations Associate Karen Wellington Foundation Part Time Job Title: Operations Associate  Position: Part-Time/Hourly, 5-10 hours/week at $18-$20/hour (Shifts will be Monday- Friday during normal business hours.)  Report to: Operations Director&n Details
Emily Murray

Karen Wellington Foundation

1267 Full Link

Part Time

Job Title: Operations Associate 

Position: Part-Time/Hourly, 5-10 hours/week at $18-$20/hour (Shifts will be Monday- Friday during normal business hours.) 

Report to: Operations Director 

Primary Purpose: To assist the Operations Director in maintaining accurate data and reporting across systems while assisting in development efforts. Includes donation processing, record keeping, pulling reports, data management and more. 

Role Description:

The Operations Associate provides support for the Operations Director (OD) by maintaining data integrity, producing custom and scheduled reports, and managing the donation/gift documentation process. They will work with the OD to ensure all systems are accurate, efficient and updated as necessary.  

Position requires minimum of one shift in-office per week to process mail-in donations and to complete donor acknowledgements, other hours can be spent remotely as long as you are available to the team. 


  • Develop and produce regularly scheduled reports and on-demand reports as requested
  • Process and record all monetary donations into databases and make weekly bank deposits; ensure all gifts are acknowledged in accordance with policy
  • When needed, serve as back up to OD in limited accounting needs including accounts receivable & accounts payable
  • Assist OD with data analysis in support of program or development team efforts
  • Ensure data integrity for all databases, including producing and analyzing appropriate reports, data management, and completing corrective actions as-needed.
  • Management of online donation platform 

Necessary Skills

  • Experience with QuickBooks Online and Salesforce a plus.
  • Initiative: Taking ownership of own work, doing what is needed without being asked, following through, and bringing new ideas or solutions to the team
  • Data collection and management experience
  • Attention to detail
  • Confidentiality

Please submit resume and cover letter to