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May 21, 2024 Development Director Boys Hope Girls Hope Cincinnati Full Time Job Title: Development Director Job Information: Job Classification: Exempt Evaluation:  Annual Reporting/Supervisory Responsibility: Reports To: Executive Director Supervisory Responsibili Details
Julie Knapton

Boys Hope Girls Hope Cincinnati


1320 Full Link

Full Time

Job Title: Development Director

Job Information:

Job Classification: Exempt

Evaluation:  Annual

Reporting/Supervisory Responsibility:

Reports To: Executive Director

Supervisory Responsibility: None


Job Summary:

The Development Director, under the supervision of the Executive Director, is responsible for planning and implementing a diversified and innovative fund development program.  The Development Director is a mission driven individual that serves as an important member of the organization’s senior leadership team.  The Development Director is responsible for establishing and maintaining relationships with a wide variety of constituents including board members, volunteers, foundations, corporations, individual donors, and the general public and, with the help of the Executive Director, ensuring the organization maintains long-term and short-term financial stability.

Education and Experience- Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing, Communications, or related field
  • 2-4 years of fundraising experience or equivalent work experience
  • Knowledge of local charitable community
  • Strong organizational, interpersonal, and communication skills
  • Experience working with nonprofit management and/or working with governing boards
  • Experience working fundraising and/or relationship management software and applications

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
  • Ability to pass background checks in compliance with state licensing requirements
  • Driver’s license with current insurance
  • Minimum age of 21

Essential Functions, Duties and Responsibilities:

Donor Solicitation

    • Prepare and participate in solicitation of current donors; Identifies and cultivates future donors.
    • Prepare board members and other volunteers to solicit gifts from identified sources as required and participate, when appropriate.  Oversee the functions of all committees related to fundraising.
    • Plan and arrange for appropriate recognition of donors and other significant contributions.
    • Responsible for major gift solicitation efforts.

Development Plan

    • With Executive Director, responsible for drafting annual fundraising and balanced income plan to meet Board-established budgetary goals.
    • Develop, organize, and execute fundraising activities with the assistance and support of the Development Committee.  Fundraising activities include but are not limited to special event management, direct mail appeals, gift solicitations, board giving and gifts in kind solicitations. 
    • Research, prepare and submit corporate and foundation grant proposals
    • Monitors fundraising and strategic plan and regularly reports to Executive Director and Board.

 Special Events

    • Coordinate special events
    • Direct volunteer leadership to ensure success of events

Record Keeping

  • Ensures all gifts are properly recorded and acknowledged
  • Tracks and ensures all required reporting for contributions is done in accordance with donor requirements


    • Work with the Executive Director and Executive Board to create and implement a marketing plan designed to support the programming and fundraising goals of BHGH.
    • Conceive and develop pamphlets, brochures, presentations and other printed materials required for general or specific fundraising programs and suggest short-range and long-range public relations and publicity efforts.


    • Maintain professional affiliations and enhance professional growth and development to keep abreast of latest trends in nonprofit fundraising and management.
    • Serve as liaison to BHGH Cincinnati’s Young Professionals Board

 Other Competencies for success: 

  • Professional work habits and dress
  • Sharing sensitivity and understanding of individuals from all walks of life
  • Excellent personal interaction and communication skills to work with diverse populations
  • Ability to communicate sensitive information and to maintain confidentiality


Ability to effectively present information and respond clearly to inquiries from other staff members as well as scholars. Ability to draft reports and correspondence consistent with the duties of this job. Ability to interface effectively with scholars, staff, volunteers, stakeholders, donors, and community members.


Ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide in all units of measurement, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. Ability to compute rate, ratio, and percentage.


Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram or schedule form.


Ability to learn and utilize Windows based computers and a variety of other devices. Ability to learn and utilize various software programs or applications.


Ability to accurately perform assigned tasks satisfactorily. Ability to perform duties in full compliance with requirements of the organization. Ability to promote harmonious working relationships with staff, board members, donors, and other stakeholders. Possess excellent oral and written communication skills and interpersonal relationship skills.

Work Environment:

This is a professional position that requires some travel within the area. Occasional travel within the US may also be required to attend meetings and training. Some evening and weekend hours are required.

Physical Requirements:

While performing this job, the individual is regularly required to sit, stand, walk, talk, hear, see, reach with hands/arms, stoop, kneel, crouch, crawl, push, pull, grasp, and use repetitive motions. Individuals may also frequently lift and/or move up to 50 pounds of materials. Specific vision abilities include close vision such as reading handwritten or typed material, or computer/device screens, and distance vision such as reading a projector screen, and the ability to adjust focus.

Other Requirements:

Background Clearance

Fingerprint Clearance


This job description is designed for compliance with the American with Disabilities Act (ADA) and is not an exhaustive list of the duties performed for this job. Additional duties are performed by the individual holding this job and additional duties may be assigned. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this job.

May 3, 2024 Chief Financial Officer Greenacres Foundation Full Time Greenacres Foundation (GAF):  Greenacres Foundation offers a variety of experiences for everyone. Our campuses are living classrooms, where programming can explore the natural environment, hor Details
Alayzia Scherer

Greenacres Foundation


1319 Full Link

Full Time

Greenacres Foundation (GAF): 

Greenacres Foundation offers a variety of experiences for everyone. Our campuses are living classrooms, where programming can explore the natural environment, horsemanship, the arts, and generative agriculture. Whether it's an educational field trip, fun summer camps, farm-fresh products or events which blend learning and celebration, a quality experience awaits every guest. Our team at Greenacres is passionate and dedicated to our Mission and brings inspiration to all our endeavors.


Our unwavering commitment shines through in how we embrace our values - Grace, Generative, Giving, Good Neighbor Policy, and Green. Our team always aims for excellence, prioritizing Quality, Quality, Quality (QQQ) in every endeavor. We thrive in a collaborative environment where teamwork leads to achievements. More than a workplace, Greenacres is a career, a lifestyle and a place to wholeheartedly embrace the Mission and Values set forth by our visionary Founders, Louis and Louise Nippert. Here, dedication isn't just a requirement; it's a way of life.



The Chief Financial Officer position is being recruited as part of the current foundation’s Chief Financial Officer (CFO) retirement succession plan. The current CFO intends to retire by the end of 2024. During this transition period, this position will be titled Controller and will transition to CFO upon retirement of the current CFO. This position will manage the financial actions of Greenacres Foundation and recommend the financial vision for the foundation. The CFO/Controller duties include tracking cash flow, financial planning, ensuring IRS compliance for Private Foundations, as well as analyzing the organization's financial strengths and weaknesses and proposing corrective actions. This strategic role requires oversight of finance staff, collaborating well with peers and colleagues within the organization, and requires a strong level of strategic decision-making ability. 


The CFO/Controller position works as a unified member of the Executive Team under the supervision of the Audit Committee, Board Chair, and President/CEO. As a member of the Executive Team, the CFO/Controller may be asked to assist with other functions as needed to support the foundation’s success. This position will regularly attend Board Meetings, and report on the financial status. 


Job Responsibilities: 

  • Establishes finance operational strategies by evaluating trends; establishing critical measurements; determining production, productivity, quality, and customer-service strategies; implementing systems to improve efficiencies for the finance team and all staff; resolving problems; implementing productive change.
  • Forecasts Qualified Distribution, capital, and staff requirements; identifying monetary resources; developing action plans.
  • Monitors financial performance by measuring and analyzing results; initiating corrective actions; minimizing the impact of variances.
  • Reports financial status by developing forecasts; reporting results; analyzing variances; developing improvements.
  • Manage financial audits and liaise with external auditors.
  • Maintain and evaluate risk management processes pertaining to liabilities.
  • Updates job knowledge by remaining aware of new regulations; participating in educational opportunities; reading professional publications; maintaining personal networks; participating in professional organizations.
  • Lead and mentor finance team, fostering a culture of collaboration and continuous improvement.
  • Accomplishes finance and organization mission by completing related results as needed.
  • Provide support services to other departments for the advancement of the mission.
  • Other duties as assigned.
  • Bachelor’s degree in finance, accounting, business or equivalent.
  • Master’s degree in finance or business is preferred.
  • CPA certification is required.
  • CFA certification is preferred.
  • Private Foundation, Private Operating Foundation, or Non-Profit experience is preferred.
  • Minimum of 10 years’ experience managing and implementing financial systems.
  • Minimum of 5 years’ demonstrated leadership in a senior management role.
  • QuickBooks experience preferred.
  • Experience in budgeting, variance analysis, forecasting, cost management and cost analysis. 
  • Experience leading staff with respect and diplomacy, while acting as part of a strategic decision-making team.
  • Experience preparing, reviewing, understanding, analyzing and executing details of contracts.
  • Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills, with the ability to interpret complex financial data and trends.
  • Demonstrated success managing revenue, effectively planning, and maintaining effective systems of internal control.
  • Strategic mindset with the ability to think long-term and contribute to organizational growth and success.
  • Ability to successfully pass a post-offer pre-employment drug test and fingerprint FBI background screen.
  • Ability to work with both internal and external partners to ensure all who visit Greenacres get the highest quality experience.
  • Ability to internalize and reflect our values: QQQGraceGreen, Generative, and Good Neighbor Policy.


Why Choose Us?

As a company, we invest in our employees in all aspects of their life. We believe that the health and welfare of yourself and your family are very important. Listed below, you will find some of our top benefits and perks.

  • Market Competitive Salary
  • Generous PTO Package
  • 10 Paid Holidays
  • Paid Family Medical Leave
  • Comprehensive Medical, Dental, Vision and Life Insurance Plans
  • Employer-funded Simplified Employee Pension Plan
  • Short and Long Term Disability Insurance
  • Fun & Engaging Culture
  • Ongoing training, education, and industry partnerships that allow you to be up to speed on the latest innovations, technologies and processes.

Greenacres Foundation is an equal-opportunity employer and values diversity. All employment is decided on the basis of qualifications, merit, and business need. 


Salary - $180,000 - $225,000

May 3, 2024 Executive Director Ignite Peace (formerly Intercommunity Justice and Peace Center) Full Time Ignite Peace – Executive Director  Ignite Peace (formerly Intercommunity Justice and Peace Center - IJPC) is seeking a full-time Executive Director to lead the organization’s continu Details
Hayley Huge

Ignite Peace

1318 Full Link

Full Time

Ignite Peace – Executive Director 

Ignite Peace (formerly Intercommunity Justice and Peace Center - IJPC) is seeking a full-time Executive Director to lead the organization’s continued programmatic and financial success in alignment with its mission and vision. The ideal candidate is an experienced leader who is a self-starter, enjoys building relationships with diverse groups, and excels at fundraising. This position provides the opportunity to engage with community members in Greater Cincinnati, nonprofit leaders, and elected officials.

About Ignite Peace

Ignite Peace is a small, dynamic nonprofit organization whose mission is to educate and advocate for peace, challenge unjust systems, and promote the creation of a nonviolent society.We mobilize people of Greater Cincinnati to raise their voices, take action, and create change. For more information, visit

Job Responsibilities

The Executive Director reports to the Board of Directors and is responsible for:

  • Championing Ignite Peace’s mission and programs, and expanding the organization’s reach and influence; 

  • Modeling and reinforcing an inclusive, positive, accountable, and empowering workplace culture;

  • Hiring and supervising qualified staff and developing performance standards for use in annual evaluations; 

  • Partnering with Board and staff to create, plan, and coordinate long-term strategies for: fundraising and financial sustainability; donor retention and growth; programming; and Board Development;

  • Engaging staff in the translation of the Ignite Peace Theory of Change into measurable annual goals, priorities and work plans; and driving performance against those goals;

  • Planning and implementing, in conjunction with the Board, opportunities for financial support, including but not limited to, grants, fundraising events, program revenue, individual donor cultivation, and more;

  • Overseeing all financial and legal responsibilities including ensuring accuracy in financial planning, managing, and reporting; developing aligned budgets and work plans to support programmatic needs;

  • Cultivating relationships with faith Partners, donors, funders, and community partners; and

  • Assuring statistical data, records, reports, and database are maintained. 

You are a good fit for this position if you are an exceptional listener who builds authentic relationships with a wide variety of experts and practitioners; have a commitment to peace and justice and Ignite Peace’s mission; are able to work independently and collaboratively; can multi-task and see projects through to completion; and are able and willing to work flexible hours.


We’re seeking candidates with compelling written and oral communication skills. Desirable skills include:

  • Advanced degree in related field preferred;

  • Proven fundraising experience in nonprofits;

  • Ideally 5+ years’ experience in nonprofit leadership;

  • A demonstrated commitment to justice and a history of getting things done even in the face of obstacles;

  • Experience managing multiple projects and ability to collaborate with committee members and volunteers;  

  • Proficient with technology (ex: QuickBooks Online, Google Suite, Salesforce); and

Knowledge of Greater Cincinnati, anti-racism practices, and peace and nonviolence movements are helpful but not required. The small staff works collaboratively, shares office chores, and performs other duties as requested.

What Else You Should Know

This position is full time exempt and reports to the Board of Directors. Salary range is $65,000-$72,000 depending on experience. Benefits include generous time off and a reimbursement health benefit for full time employees covered by health insurance providing minimum essential coverage. Ignite Peace is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. We encourage applicants from marginalized and underrepresented communities.

How to Apply

Please submit a resume and cover letter via email to by May 31, 2024. Incomplete applications will not be considered.

Apr 30, 2024 Bilingual (Spanish/English) Advocate Women Helping Women Full Time POSITION TITLE: Bilingual (Spanish/English) Advocate  FUNCTION:Provides crisis intervention and support, advocacy, information, and referral to survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence, an Details
Da'Vonna Waller

Women Helping Women


1317 Full Link

Full Time

POSITION TITLE: Bilingual (Spanish/English) Advocate 

Provides crisis intervention and support, advocacy, information, and referral to survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence, and stalking with a focus on Hispanic and Latina survivors. This includes telephone, written, hospital, court, face-to-face and support group advocacy in both English and Spanish. Works consistently within the mission, vision, and values of the Agency.

Reports to Director of Hamilton County Services, serves survivors, collaborates and coordinates with community agencies, organizations to provide appropriate resource/referral sources.

BA/BS in Education or Human Service Related Field or equivalent experience required. Fluency in writing and speaking Spanish and English required. 1 year of experience in field (SA, DV, crisis intervention with victims, advocacy) preferred. 1 to 2 years of experience delivering direct services in field required. Experience in training / education delivery preferred. Computer literacy (MS Office, databases, email, etc.) required.

Provides direct crisis intervention services, in both Spanish and English, to survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence, and stalking.
• Provides telephone and one-on-one crisis intervention, hospital advocacy, civil and criminal court accompaniment, and support group facilitation.
• Answers the Hotline and provides other services as needed/assigned.
• Makes appropriate assessment of abuser and survivor lethality danger, assists client with safety planning and provides information and referrals with each client as appropriate.
• Makes needed assessment of abuser/primary aggressor, independently of assessments made by law enforcement or the courts, and ensures that all survivors of abuse are served regardless of their status as a Defendant, pursuant to Agency policy.
• Accompanies clients to proceedings/appointments/meetings as needed to provide information, advocacy, support, and safety.
• Advocates for survivors based on survivor-defined goals and with the consent of the survivor.
• Facilitates educational and/or support groups for clients, as assigned.
• Maintains access to reliable transportation and maintain insurance on vehicle(s) used for duties.

• Provides program services that are:
o Client focused to support and meet client/community needs.
o Excellent in quality and empowering to the clients.
o Affirms the value of diversity and inclusion, and is respectful to all survivors (e.g., gender identity, class, race, ethnicity, ability, religion/spirituality, cultural identity, immigrant or refugee status, and sexual orientation).
Outcome Analysis of Programs & Continuous Improvement
• Maintains highly accurate records / reporting systems / statistics and submits on time (e.g., documentation for WHW, for funders, for partner agencies).
• Participates in the on-going process of evaluation and revising policies, procedures, and forms as appropriate.
• Maintains file information that is usable and accessible to colleagues.
Agency Teamwork
• Establishes and maintains effective and professional working relationships with coworkers, volunteers, interns, donors, and board members.
• Participates in any additional training and development opportunities provided by the Agency.
• Provides training, support, and evaluation of volunteer and interns assigned to this position, including verification of observation logs, as requested by supervisor.
• Participates actively in Agency meetings and functions.
Community Leadership
• Develops and maintains effective, professional, and collaborative relationships with others in the community, especially in Hispanic and Latina communities.
• Collaborates with other Agency staff to ensure the provision of crisis intervention, support and advocacy is coordinated with other community systems.
• Exercises discretion when representing the Agency and maintains confidentiality in interactions within community as appropriate.
• Consistently advances the Agency and promotes positive public relations.
• Affirms the value of diversity, and is respectful of others in regards to/ does not discriminate based on gender, class, race, ethnicity, ability, religion/spirituality, cultural identity, immigrant or refugee status, and sexual orientation.

Supervision: N/A

OTHER REQUIREMENTS: To facilitate Agency effectiveness, may be expected to take on other duties assigned. Availability of transportation in order to provide service in the community is required.

ACCOUNTABILITY: Hamilton County Court Supervisor 



BENEFITS: As stated in the current Human Resources Policies

May be involved in confidential personnel, and interagency issues. Responsible for client confidentiality.
Women Helping Women complies with applicable laws requiring reasonable accommodations for individuals with disabilities.

Apr 30, 2024 Accounting Assistant Women Helping Women Full Time TITLE:                    Accounting Assistant   FUNCTION:      &n Details
Da'Vonna Waller

Women Helping Women


1316 Full Link

Full Time

TITLE:                    Accounting Assistant


FUNCTION:            The Finance Assistant’s primary responsibility is to provide support to the Finance and HR functions at the Agency. This position will assist with day to day operations to ensure accounts receivable, accounts payable and payroll are processed in a timely and accurately. This position helps to ensure all supporting documents needed to prepare monthly financial statements, monthly/quarterly customer invoices and annual audit are available timely and accurately.




  • Minimum 2+ years of experience with accounting systems is required
  • Previous experience with accounts receivable, accounts payable and payroll is required
  • Experience with Microsoft Office Suites and proficiency with Excel is required
  • Attention to detail is required
  • Associated Degree in accounting or related field is preferred
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
    • Non-profit accounting experience a plus RESPONSIBILITIES AND EXPECTATIONS:

Accounts Receivables

  • Prepare bank deposits and assist with monthly reconciliation to development systems as needed


Accounts Payable

  • Review vendor invoices and obtain appropriate approvals
  • Enter vendor invoices into accounting system for payment
  • Prepare vendor checks for mailing



  • Review employee timesheets for accuracy and approval
  • Resolve discrepancies with Managers as necessary
  • Enter hours into Paycor, reconciling any issues with employee time off


Monthly Closing and Invoicing

  • Prepare documentation for monthly/quarterly grant reimbursement invoices
  • Assist with retrieval of documents for year-end audit


Other Requirements

  • Promotes teamwork and cohesiveness with WHW’s positive work culture
    • Affirms the value of diversity, and is respectful of others in regards to/does not discriminate based on gender, class, race, ethnicity, ability, religion/spirituality, cultural identity, immigrant or refugee status, and sexual orientation
    • To facilitate Agency effectiveness, may be expected to take on other duties assigned



ACCOUNTABILITY:                Senior Accounting Manager HOURS: Full time

PAY BASIS:                           Hourly, Non-Exempt

BENEFITS:                            As stated in the current Employee Handbook


CONFIDENTIALITY: Will be involved in confidential personnel and/or other interagency issues. Responsible for client confidentiality.


WHW is an equal opportunity employer. WHW believes in equity and inclusion and welcomes diversity of experience and expression at the Agency in recruitment, hiring, training, compensation and promotion of diverse talent.