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Mar 20, 2019 Director, Development The Health Collaborative Full Time GENERAL DESCRIPTION The Director, Development will lead strategy and execute the organizations development plan with primary focus on Gen-H – our initiative for population health and wellness i Details
Nicci Weber

The Health Collaborative

nweber@healthcollab.org

513878-2870

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Full Time

GENERAL DESCRIPTION

The Director, Development will lead strategy and execute the organizations development plan with primary focus on Gen-H – our initiative for population health and wellness improvement. The Director will implement a multi-approach development plan to include annual and multi-year strategies and campaigns, individual donors, corporate, foundation, and major gifts and will have oversight for identifying and managing grant proposals. The Director, Development will work closely with the communications team to ensure our external brand identity is consistent with our development approach and in planning and hosting donor and community engagement events and fundraisers.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Serve as part of leadership team advising and collaborating closely with Board of Directors, Board Development Committee, Executive Leaders, Directors and Staff.
  • Enhance the awareness and reputation of the work of the Health Collaborative with primary focus on Gen-H and healthcare workforce initiatives.
  • Develop, oversee and manage implementation of a multi-year, multi-approach development plan in accordance with highest ethical fundraising principles and integrity.
  • Develop plans to identify and target planned giving opportunities for charitable and corporate sources.
  • Oversee creation and approval of an annual fundraising revenue and expense budget to support The Health Collaborative’s strategic priorities.
  • Coordinate prospect outreach efforts and prioritize in-person meetings.
  • Work with Events Manager to build awareness and raise dollars for organization programs, with an emphasis on Gen-H.
  • Identify and build opportunities to forge community partnerships with businesses, community organizations, and educational institutions with invested interests in Gen-H.
  • Implements donor relationship management strategy including gift processing infrastructure.
  • Investigate, manage and assist with writing grant proposal opportunities.
  • Achieve monthly, quarterly and annual activity & fundraising goals.
  • Monitor and enhance stewardship with current and perspective donors to create new development opportunities.
  • Works to minimize financial and other risks through data collection, analysis, and forecasting.
  • Responsible for the supervision of other development staff, including coaching./mentoring.
  • Ensures proper use and protection of information assets by complying with the organization’s information privacy and security policies to protect assets from unauthorized access and by reporting any security events or potential events or other security risks to the organization.

POSITION REQUIREMENTS

  • Ten years of experience in related area with demonstrated track record of achieving revenue targets in non-profit development
  • Knowledge of the Greater Cincinnati philanthropic community
  • Experience working with senior executives in a corporate environment
  • Experience with grant proposal writing and grant progress reporting
  • High energy, positive, attitude, flexible, and highly self-motivated
  • Organized and detail oriented
  • Good computer skills and experience with data base management
  • Strong communication skills including the ability to listen well, speak dynamically and write persuasively
  • Ability to create and deliver presentations
  • Strong partnership building skills
  • Ability to work independently and in small work groups with staff members and managers
  • Ability to generate innovative ideas to improve processes and create efficiencies
  • Extreme attention to detail
  • Ability to travel by car within the Tri-State area, up to 10 hours/week
  • Ability to sit for extended periods of time in meetings and in front of computer screens
  • Knowledge of healthcare desired but not required

EDUCATION/CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS

  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college/university or equivalent combination of experience and training
  • CFRE, preferred.

OTHER INFORMATION

  • A valid driver’s license and current auto insurance required. 
Mar 19, 2019 Employment Specialist/Behavioral Health Case Manager - Clermont County Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Full Time Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services (GCB) has an immediate opening for an Employment Specialist at our Amelia/ Clermont County office!  This position is a part of a new grant funded tea Details
Cassidy Siler-Smith

Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services

csiler@gcbhs.com

5133547088

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Full Time

Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services (GCB) has an immediate opening for an Employment Specialist at our Amelia/ Clermont County office!  This position is a part of a new grant funded team to serve persons with severe mental illness and substance use disorder in Clermont County.

Please watch this Video to learn more about GCB.

The ideal candidate will have a BA in Social Work or Psychology or a related Human Services field and experience working with individuals seeking employment.

This position involves working with behavioral health consumers in all phases of the employment process including: vocational assessment, job readiness, job development and job search,  and employment support.  The job duties require knowledge of the population served, vocational rehabilitation, educational resource connection, service coordination, inter-agency collaboration, and local job market.  The work hours for this position are Monday-Friday 12:30 pm - 9:00 pm.


Position Responsibilities:

  • Employment Specialist role on a team of clinicians and providers working with persons with mental health and substance use disorder.
  • Find and place individuals with severe mental illness and other related barriers into competitive community employment and providing job coaching services to those clients placed in employment utilizing the evidenced based supported employment principles.
  • Develop employment goals based on individuals strengths and needs, and work as part of an integrated treatment model to include marketing Vocational Programs to business, community, and referral agents, networking with HR Departments, development of individualized placement plans, building relationships with community employers, and providing job coaching/employment site support services to clients.
  • Provide the following services: one-on-one career exploration, job development sessions, resume development and critiquing, individualized job searches, job/task analysis, orientation and job training, collaboration with other service providers and/or treatment team,  and other supports as required to assist clients to obtain and maintain employment.


Position Requirements:

  • BA in Psychology, Social Work, or a related Human Services field and 1-3 years of experience working with persons seeking employment.

GCB has been named a Top Workplace in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky for the 9th straight year!  Please visit our website to learn more about GCB.   www.gcbhs.com  #lifechanging


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Mar 19, 2019 Direct Support Proffessional (DSP) Stepping Stones Full Time Do you enjoy getting up in the morning, knowing that you are independent and make your own choices in life? Do you enjoy doing things during the day that are important to you and make you feel like a Details
Jason Schweitzer

Stepping Stones

Jason.Schweitzer@steppingstonesohio.org


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Full Time

Do you enjoy getting up in the morning, knowing that you are independent and make your own choices in life? Do you enjoy doing things during the day that are important to you and make you feel like a valuable part of your community? If you said YES to both of these, consider turning these ideas into a reality for adults with developmental disabilities by becoming a Direct Support Professional for Stepping Stones!

The Adult Day Program at Stepping Stones, conveniently located in Norwood, OH, strives to provide meaningful daytime activities to adults with a wide variety of developmental disabilities. We are in search of the perfect person to add to our team of Direct Support Professionals who make every day the best it can be for the individuals who attend our program!

Responsibilities for Direct Support Professional:

  • Providing vigilant supervision and support for adults with disabilities.
  • Leading social and recreational activities (both at the program site and in the community).
  • Providing assistance with personal care, and helping individuals work through the various challenges they may face during the day with the guidance of an experienced and understanding supervisor.

Daily activities for the Direct Support Professional include:

  • Community involvement (i.e. volunteering, going out to eat, visiting museums, shopping, getting coffee, swimming at the Y, and much more!)
  • Technology, art, recreation, life skills, employment exploration, continuing knowledge, sensory communication, and wellness.
  • Other important duties include driving individuals to and from community activities and completing thorough and accurate documentation on a computer at the end of each day.

Requirements to be a Direct Support Professional:

  • High school diploma or equivalent. Associates or bachelors degree is preferred.
  • AT least 23 years of age with a valid driver’s license, proof of current car insurance coverage, ability to pass a basic physical and drug screening, as well as a willingness and ability to drive company vehicles for outings.
  • Ability to pass an FBI/BCII background check and provide three professional references.
  • Ability to lift 50 lbs.
  • Ability to communicate clear, accurate information verbally and in writing. Basic computer skills.
  • History of excellent attendance and punctuality.
  • Having an understanding of developmental disabilities is beneficial, as this is not a nursing home or a daycare and requires an additional skill set.
  • Availability every Monday-Friday, 8:15am-3:45pm. Part time hours are not currently available.

Salary and Benefits:

  • Starting rate of $12.00/hour
  • Full benefit package including: Health, dental, disability and life insurance for employees, generous PTO, paid holidays, tuition reimbursement, student loan forgiveness, and 403b savings plan.

Job Type: Full-time

Mar 19, 2019 Summer Camp Counselor - Residential/Overnight Stepping Stones Part Time COMPASSION, CREATIVITY, CONNECTION, COMMITMENT This isn’t your average camp job! We are looking for hard working relationship builders who want to make the world a better place by changing the Details
Jaosn.Schweitzer

Stepping Stones

Jason.Schweitzer@steppingstonesohio.org


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Part Time

COMPASSION, CREATIVITY, CONNECTION, COMMITMENT

This isn’t your average camp job! We are looking for hard working relationship builders who want to make the world a better place by changing the way the world interacts with people with disabilities. We are dedicated to empathy, self-direction and creating pathways to independence. As one of our Camp Counselors you will probably work harder than you have ever worked in your life and make better friends and memories that you can imagine.

At Stepping Stones,we are a family committed to the continued personal growth of each of us; participant and Camp Counselors. That relationship starts this summer and continues for a lifetime. The skills you learn here will help you throughout life, not just because of the experience you’ll receive but also because of the tangible trainings, skills and connections. If you’re looking for a great community and a meaningful, impactful job, let’s talk about working at Stepping Stones as a Camp Counselor. We can’t wait for you to join us this summer!

We currently have Summer Camp Counselor openings for:

  • Day Counselors - $200/week
  • Live In Lodge Counselors - $250-280/week
  • Specialists - $250-280/week
  • Lifeguards (live-in positions available) - $10/hour - Weekly stipend for live in

To qualify for any of the Summer Camp Counselor openings you must:

  • Be at least 16 years of age, 18+ with high school diploma or GED preferred
  • Successfully complete all background check requirements
  • Successfully complete all online and in person training
  • Be available to start May 27th and work until August 9th

For more information, please visit www.steppingstonesstaff.org

Mar 19, 2019 Psychiatric RN Case Manager (Amelia & Cincinnati) Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Full Time Are you a registered nurse and want to help individuals in the community? We have a full benefits package and hours are Monday-Friday 8:00 am - 4:30 pm.  We have a position available at our Details
Cassidy Siler-Smith

Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health

csiler@gcbhs.com

5133547088

469 Full Link


Full Time

Are you a registered nurse and want to help individuals in the community? We have a full benefits package and hours are Monday-Friday 8:00 am - 4:30 pm.  We have a position available at our Cincinnati/Hamilton County office as well as our Amelia/Clermont County office.  When applying, please indicate which location you prefer.

The ideal candidate will have a RN license BSN degree.  We will consider ASN applicants.  We offer rich tuition benefits to help you obtain your BSN or MSN degree.

ACT Team Members serve as members of a multidisciplinary team and provides services as both a specialist and a generalist to the all clients on the team. Clients on the ACT team are those who meet ACT Diagnostic criteria of severe mentally illness, whose functioning is significantly impaired by their mental illness and who have not been successful with traditional care management services. Clients may be dually diagnosed with a Co-occuring substance use disorder. The specialist role of the ACT Nurse implements and monitors a holistic plan of care for behavioral health patients.


Position Responsibilities:

  • Provides direct services to patients within a psychiatric nursing focus to include:
  • Medication education including names of medications, dosages, action, side effects, risks, visual identification of psychiatric medications and the affect of substance abuse, allergies, medical history and drug interactions.
  • Promotes holistic healthcare in collaboration with other disciplines. Takes the lead, along with the ACT Team Leader, in monitoring, collaborating and coordinating with Primary Care and Medical Specialists for chronic health conditions. Ensures medical appointments are scheduled and, along with team, ensures client attendance. Provides care coordination and attends medical appointments as needed. Assists patients with accessing/linking/utilizing community-based health and medical care resources. Works to ensure a smooth transition from inpatient care and recommends interventions to improve transition.
  • Gains knowledge of ACT, IDDT, IPS-SE and Housing First Evidenced Based Practices
  • Psychiatric medication administration including injections.

Position Requirements:

  • Licensed by the Ohio Board of Nursing as Registered Nurse required.
  • BSN strongly preferred.
  • Experience in working with persons who have a chronic mental illness preferred.
  • Position requires frequent driving of the employee’s personal vehicle.  A valid driver’s license, vehicle, and insurable driving record are required.

GCB has been named a Top Workplace in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky for the 9th straight year!  Please visit our website to learn more about GCB.  www.gcbhs.com
Please watch this video to learn more about GCB. GCB Video    #lifechanging
 
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Mar 19, 2019 Family Support Worker - Every Child Succeeds - FT Fee for Service Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Full Time Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services (GCB) has an immediate opening for a Family Support Worker at at our Cincinnati/Price Hill office!  Join our multidisciplinary treatment organiz Details
Cassidy Siler-Smith

Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health

csiler@gcbhs.com

5133547088

470 Full Link


Full Time

Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services (GCB) has an immediate opening for a Family Support Worker at at our Cincinnati/Price Hill office!  Join our multidisciplinary treatment organization as a member of Child & Family Services division working with the Every Child Succeeds team.

The ideal candidate will have a BSW or BA in Child & Family Studies or Human Services, or MSW or MA in Counseling.


Every Child Succeeds assists families in Southwest Ohio through home visits that help first-time parents create a nurturing, healthy environment. The home visits, which take place from pregnancy through the child’s third birthday, help kids get a good start in life, both physically and emotionally. A United Way and Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center-proven success, Every Child Succeeds is significantly changing the lives of at-risk children and their parents.

Position Responsibilities:

  • Works closely with parents, providing support in the areas of parent education, child development, and child safety.
  • Field-based position establishes supportive working relationships with the parent and baby through face-to-face interaction and visitation in the physical home setting.
  • Perform home visits with families, addressing the six domains of Parental Health, Parenting, Child Development, Personal/Environmental Safety, Social Supports, and Life Course Development.
  • Coordinate health, family support, and social services needed by family; provide referrals and linkage to other services.
  • Fee for Service position meaning you are paid for completing the home visits.

Position Requirements:

  • Bachelors Degree in Social Work, Counseling, Early Childhood Education or related field.
  • Ability to work independently. Ability to establish trusting relationships.
  • Open to reflective practice (i.e. has capacity for introspection, communicates awareness of self in relation to others, recognizes value of supervision, etc.).
  • Experience working with children and families.
  • Knowledge of infant and child development.
  • GCB incorporates principles of trauma informed care in all areas of our services. Trauma informed care includes cultural sensitivity and emphasizes a safe and respectful environment for all clients and staff. Experience and/or training in these principles and in trauma treatment is valued in applicants.

GCB has been named a Top Workplace in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky for the 9th straight year!  Please visit our website to learn more about GCB.  www.gcbhs.com
Please watch this video to learn more about GCB. GCB Video    #lifechanging
 
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Mar 19, 2019 Summer Camp Counselor- Day Program Stepping Stones Part Time This summer, spend your time helping an individual with developmental disabilities have the best summer of their life! Stepping Stones, a United Way Agency, offers a typical camp experience for i Details
Jaosn.Schweitzer

Stepping Stones

Jason.Schweitzer@steppingstonesohio.org


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Part Time

This summer, spend your time helping an individual with developmental disabilities have the best summer of their life! Stepping Stones, a United Way Agency, offers a typical camp experience for individuals that may otherwise not be able to participate in summer camp. Whether it is swimming, boating, sled riding down our hill of straw, or playing spaghetti baseball we know will be having a blast….will you be joining us?

Camp also offers an excellent opportunity to build skills that will last a lifetime. You will be working on your time management, problem solving, creativity, and conflict resolution skills on a daily basis as well as how to put the needs of others ahead of your own. We also offer a full week of intense training to get you familiar with all of the special skills that are required to keep our campers safe and enjoying camp. Camp is a place of endless possibilities for our campers, but it is often our Camp Counselors that grow and learn the most! You may start with the expectations of making a camper’s summer, but very often they end up making yours.

We currently have Summer Camp Counselor openings for:

  • Counselors $190-210 per week
  • 1 on 1 Counselors $210 per week
  • Specialists $240-250 per week
  • Lifeguards (certification/training provided) $10 per hour

To qualify for any of the Summer Camp Counselor openings you must:

  • Be at least 16 years of age, 18+ with high school diploma or GED preferred
  • Successfully complete all background check requirements
  • Successfully complete all online and in person training
  • Be available to start May 27th and work until August 9th

For more information, please visit www.steppingstonesstaff.org

Mar 19, 2019 Childcare Specialist (Part-Time/4 Days Per Week) - Batavia, OH Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Part Time Now Hiring! We are looking for someone who has a passion with working with kids, provide a fun environment, and also has knowledge of child development and socialization along with substance abuse and Details
Cassidy Siler-Smith

Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health

csiler@gcbhs.com

5133547088

467 Full Link


Part Time

Now Hiring! We are looking for someone who has a passion with working with kids, provide a fun environment, and also has knowledge of child development and socialization along with substance abuse and the effects on family systems. Provide short term care to children up to age 12 during 2 to 3 hour group times and scheduled doctor's appointments.  Provide back-up administrative support such as making folders, packets, etc.  Please watch this video to learn more about GCB.   GCB Video

Part Time Monday-Thursday 9:00 am - 2:30 pm

Position Responsibilities:

  • Supervises all children utilizing on-site childcare room.
  • Provides a safe, nurturing environment to children in the childcare room.
  • Develops and carries out appropriate children’s activities based on the ages and needs of the children.
  • Serves as back-up for administrative tasks for Program Support team when childcare is not scheduled, i.e. photocopying, entry-level data entry, assembling program packets and folders.

Position Requirements:

  • High school diploma or equivalent plus experience providing childcare.
  • Minimum 18 years of age.
  • CPR training required.
  • Basic knowledge of child development and socialization.
  • Basic knowledge of substance abuse and effects on family systems.
  • Basic knowledge of administrative functions.

GCB has been named a Top Workplace in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky for the 9th straight year!  Please visit our website for more information.  www.gcbhs.com   #lifechanging
 
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Mar 19, 2019 Counselor Aide for Persons with Substance Use Disorder (Overnight Position) Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Full Time This position is a great start for someone who is looking to get into the field of substance use disorder treatment.  Once you successfully complete 40 hours of online training, you can apply to Details
Cassidy Siler-Smith

Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health

csiler@gcbhs.com

5133547088

466 Full Link


Full Time

This position is a great start for someone who is looking to get into the field of substance use disorder treatment.  Once you successfully complete 40 hours of online training, you can apply to become a Chemical Dependency Counselor Assistant (CDCA) and you will be eligible to be promoted to the SUD Counselor position.  We also offer Tuition Assistance and access to a free learning system where you can get your education credits to obtain and renew your CDCA.

Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services (GCB) is looking for an Overnight SUD Counselor Aide for itsCommunity Alternative Sentencing Center (CASC). CASC provides individual and group treatment for substance use disorder as well as Medication Assisted Treatment and various community based supports such as AA.

We are looking for an entry-level candidate who wants to grown in the field of substance use disorder counseling.  This position p
rovides overnight coverage and residential management to organization residential / treatment programs / CASC program.  Room for advancement! 


Position Responsibilities:

  • Participates in day-to-day operation of the program; housekeeping; grounds keeping; facility management; chores; laundry; recreation time; and safety and security systems as necessary.
  • Provides program coverage and management of facility/program during assigned shift.  (Note: facility/program and/or shift assignment may vary on occasion.)
  • Provides crisis intervention, role modeling and limit setting.
  • Provides services to clients: medication training; individual goal plan implementation; independent living skills training; personal care training; personal and interpersonal skills development; program orientation; general supervision.
  • Provides basic care management services to clients including coordinating appointments and follow-up care.
  • Provide transportation to community appointments for CASC residents including medical, housing or treatment appointments.
  • Position may require evening, weekend and holiday coverage.

  Position Requirements:

  • High school diploma required.
  • 2 years of college in a human services field or equivalent combination of education and experience in a human services organization, preferred.
  • Knowledge of or experience in the substance use disorder field preferred.

GCB has been named a Top Workplace in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky for the 9th straight year!  Please visit our website to learn more about GCB.  www.gcbhs.com
Please watch this video to learn more about GCB. GCB Video    #lifechanging
 
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Mar 19, 2019 Psychiatric Nurse RN - Cincinnati, OH Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Full Time Are you a registered nurse and want to help individuals in the community?  We offer a full benefits package including Paid Time Off (17 days per year to start), Holidays, Health/Life/Disability I Details
Cassidy Siler-Smith

Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health

csiler@gcbhs.com

5133547088

465 Full Link


Full Time

Are you a registered nurse and want to help individuals in the community?  We offer a full benefits package including Paid Time Off (17 days per year to start), Holidays, Health/Life/Disability Insurance, Retirement with Employer Match, and Tuition Benefits!  No nights or weekends! 


Position Responsibilities:

  • Provides direct services to patients within a psychiatric nursing focus to include: medication education including names of medications, dosages, action, side effects, risks, visual identification of psychiatric medications and the affect of substance abuse, allergies, medical history and drug interactions.
  • Position is clinic based but may serve clients in the community.
  • Promotes holistic healthcare in collaboration with other disciplines.
  • Mental and physical health examination in relation to symptoms and psychiatric medications.
  • Assessment of psychiatric medication effectiveness; their actions, side effects and complications.
  • Psychiatric medication administration including injections.

 
Position Requirements: 

  • Ohio RN required.
  • BSN strongly preferred.  We offer tuition assistance benefits to help you obtain BSN or MSN.
  • Experience in working with persons with severe mental illness preferred. 
  • Position may require driving own vehicle to see clients in the community.


GCB has been named a Top Workplace in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky for the 9th straight year!  Please visit our website to learn more about GCB.  www.gcbhs.com
Please watch this video to learn more about GCB. GCB Video    #lifechanging
 
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Mar 19, 2019 Homeless Outreach Worker (Part-Time) - Clermont County Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Full Time Job Description: GCB has an immediate opening for a Part-Time (20 hours per week) Outreach Worker within the Clermont County PATH team in Amelia, OH.  This team focuses on helping individ Details
Cassidy Siler-Smith

Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health

csiler@gcbhs.com

5133547088

464 Full Link


Full Time

Job Description:

GCB has an immediate opening for a Part-Time (20 hours per week) Outreach Worker within the Clermont County PATH team in Amelia, OH.  This team focuses on helping individuals who are experiencing homeless and assesses them for mental health needs.

The ideal candidate will have experience working with individuals experiencing homelessness.  This position requires skills in outreach and engagement.

 

Position Responsibilities:

  • Makes face-to-face contacts with individuals who are experiencing homelessness throughout Clermont County to identify potential clients for program (includes making contact with persons on the streets, parks, soup kitchens, shelters, health care facilities, jails, etc.).
  • Assesses individuals for mental health needs.
  • Makes multiple contacts as needed and provides basic need items to engage individuals in services.
  • Interacts with agencies, service providers and other community contacts to solicit and receive referrals.
  • Develops psychosocial profile through interviews with individual and information collected from previous service providers.
  • Identifies and connects individuals served to services aimed at addressing mental health issues as well as other basic needs, including medical services and housing.
  • Prepares and submits all required reports of activity, maintain files and records of work activities to provide access to and retrieval of data.  Submits service documentation for outreach contacts by the next working day.
 
Position Requirements:
  • High School diploma required.
  • Two years related experience required.
  • BA in Human Services field preferred.
  • Position requires frequent driving of the employee’s personal vehicle.
  • Valid driver’s license, car insurance, and insurable driving record required.
 
GCB has been named a Top Workplace in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky for the 9th straight year!  Please visit our website to learn more about GCB.  www.gcbhs.com
Please watch this video to learn more about GCB. GCB Video    #lifechanging
 
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Mar 19, 2019 Behavioral Health Residential Specialist (Substitute Position/PRN) Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Full Time GCB is hiring for a pool of Sub Residential Specialists to provide coverage at our transitional living house in Walnut Hills, Cincinnati, OH.  This house provides temporary living arran Details
Cassidy Siler-Smith

Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health

csiler@gcbhs.com

5133547088

463 Full Link


Full Time

GCB is hiring for a pool of Sub Residential Specialists to provide coverage at our transitional living house in Walnut Hills, Cincinnati, OH.  This house provides temporary living arrangements for behavioral health clients transitioning from the hospital back into the community.  This position is on-call but can lead to a regular part-time or full-time position.  This position is ideal for students pursuing degrees in Psychology, Social Work, Human Services, and Addictions who are looking to get some experience in behavioral health on a part-time/on-call basis.  A lot of candidates will have a full-time job elsewhere and work in this position on-call when they are available to pick up shifts.


Position Responsibilities:
  • Provides residential coverage and management of facility/program during assigned shift.
  • Provides services to clients: medication training; individual goal plan implementation; independent living skills training; personal care training; personal and interpersonal skills development; program orientation; general supervision.
  • Participates in day-to-day operation of the program: menu planning and meal preparation; housekeeping; grounds keeping; facility management; and safety and security systems as necessary.

Position Requirements:
  • Requires 2 years of college in a human services field or equivalent combination of education and experience in a human services organization.
  • Familiarity with mental health population.
  • Good communication and organizational skills, basic computer knowledge, and good problem-solving skills.

CB has been named a Top Workplace in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky for the 9th straight year!  Please visit our website to learn more about GCB.  www.gcbhs.com
Please watch this video to learn more about GCB. GCB Video    #lifechanging
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Mar 19, 2019 Custodial Contract Site Coordinator (4:00 pm - 8:00 pm / 20 Hours Per Week) Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Full Time Part Time 2nd Shift position supervising behavioral health clients in a custodial/janitorial role.  Monday-Friday 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm. Position Responsibilities: Responsible for the daily manag Details
Cassidy Siler-Smith

Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health

csiler@gcbhs.com

5133547088

462 Full Link


Full Time

Part Time 2nd Shift position supervising behavioral health clients in a custodial/janitorial role.  Monday-Friday 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm.


Position Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for the daily management of personnel, supplies, and equipment at assigned contract sites.
  • Trains client workers in custodial work methods and techniques, including safety and equipment usage.  Provide consistent on-site training with workers.
  • Assures implementation of client treatment goals that involve intervention through work site supervision.  Works collaboratively with Employment Specialist in order to assist clients in meeting their rehabilitation objectives.
  • Performs direct labor in custodial services.
  • Provides quality floor care maintenance at assigned contract sites as specified and scheduled in contract language.  Includes:  stripping, waxing and buffing of various floor surfaces as well as carpet extraction/cleaning and miscellaneous special projects.

Position Requirements:

  • Associate’s degree in Human Services or Business Administration or High School graduate with two years of related experience or an equivalent combination of related experience and education.
  • A total combination of two years education and experience.  Previous experience as a lead worker or team leader in a contract custodial environment preferred. 
  • Experience working with persons with disabilities preferred. 
  • Position requires frequent driving of own vehicle. Valid driver’s license, vehicle and insurable driving record are required.


GCB has been named a Top Workplace in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky for the 9th straight year!  Please go to our website to learn more about GCB.  www.gcbhs.com
 
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Mar 19, 2019 Counselor for Persons with Substance Use Disorder (CDCA Required) - Batavia, OH Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Full Time GCB has an immediate opening for SUD Counselor (Substance Use Disorder) at the Community Alternative Sentencing Center (CASC).  CASC is a treatment facility located in the Clermont Details
Cassidy Siler-Smith

Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health

csiler@gcbhs.com

5133547088

461 Full Link


Full Time

GCB has an immediate opening for SUD Counselor (Substance Use Disorder) at the Community Alternative Sentencing Center (CASC).  CASC is a treatment facility located in the Clermont County Jail.  CASC provides individual and group treatment for substance use disorder as well as Medication Assisted Treatment and various community based supports such as AA. 

The ideal candidate will have a CDCA and experience working with individuals substance use disorder and/or mental health treatment.  We offer a pay differential for LCDCII or LSW/LPC.  We offer free continuing education credits to maintain your license and tuition assistance benefits to obtain your master's degree ($1,500 per semester for MSW or MA in Counseling).


Position Responsibilities:

  • Provide individual substance use disorder counseling services as well as facilitate groups in a therapeutic environment.
  • Provide screening and assessments for potential clients.
  • Position requires weekend and evening shift work.

  
Position Requirements: 

  • Ohio CDCA status required.
  • Pay differential for LCDCII, LSW, or LPC.
  • Demonstrated communication and counseling skills.


GCB has been named a Top Workplace in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky for the 9th straight year!  Please visit our website to learn more about GCB.  www.gcbhs.com
Please watch this video to learn more about GCB. GCB Video    #lifechanging
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Mar 19, 2019 Job Developer for Persons in Behavioral Health Treatment (Amelia & Cincinnati) Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Full Time Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services (GCB) has an immediate opening for a Job Developer/Employment Specialist! We are hiring for a position at our Cincinnati/Hamilton County office as well as Details
Cassidy Siler-Smith

Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health

csiler@gcbhs.com

5133547088

460 Full Link


Full Time

Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services (GCB) has an immediate opening for a Job Developer/Employment Specialist! We are hiring for a position at our Cincinnati/Hamilton County office as well as our Amelia/Clermont County office. When applying, please indicate which county you prefer to work in. Join our multidisciplinary treatment organization as a member of Employment and Recovery Services team. This team focuses on helping individuals receiving behavioral health services to obtain and keep employment in the community.


The ideal candidate will have a BA in Psychology, Social Work, or a related human services field and experience working with individuals to gain and keep employment. We are looking for an individual who wants to join a team of caring professionals who are dedicated to helping persons with mental health barriers.


This position involves working with behavioral health consumers in all phases of the employment process including: vocational assessment, job readiness, job development and job search, and employment support. The job duties require knowledge of the population served, vocational rehabilitation, educational resource connection, service coordination, inter-agency collaboration, and local job market.


Position Responsibilities:

Find and place individuals with severe mental illness and other related barriers into competitive community employment and providing job coaching services to those clients placed in employment utilizing the evidenced based supported employment principles.

Develop employment goals based on individuals strengths and needs, and work as part of an integrated treatment model to include marketing Vocational Programs to business, community, and referral agents, networking with HR Departments, development of individualized placement plans, building relationships with community employers, and providing job coaching/employment site support services to clients.

Provide the following services: one-on-one career exploration, job development sessions, resume development and critiquing, individualized job searches, job/task analysis, orientation and job training, collaboration with other service providers and/or treatment team, and other supports as required to assist clients to obtain and maintain employment.


Position Requirements:

BA in Social Work or Psychology or related human services field plus two years of related experience required. Pay differential for Master's degree.

Demonstrated skills in the following areas: self-direction/management, coordination of multiple tasks concurrently, interpersonal and communication skills, acquiring/evaluating information, crisis intervention and engaging/disengaging effectively with clients with severe mental illnesses and other barriers to employment.

Position requires frequent driving of own vehicle. Valid driver’s license, vehicle and insurable driving record are required.

GCB has been named a Top Workplace in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky for the 9th straight year! Please visit our website to learn more about GCB. www.gcbhs.com
Please watch this video to learn more about GCB. GCB Video #lifechanging


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Mar 19, 2019 Job Developer for Persons in Behavioral Health Treatment (Amelia & Cincinnati) Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Full Time Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services (GCB) has an immediate opening for a Job Developer/Employment Specialist! We are hiring for a position at our Cincinnati/Hamilton County office as well as Details
Cassidy Siler-Smith

Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health

csiler@gcbhs.com

5133547088

459 Full Link


Full Time

Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services (GCB) has an immediate opening for a Job Developer/Employment Specialist! We are hiring for a position at our Cincinnati/Hamilton County office as well as our Amelia/Clermont County office. When applying, please indicate which county you prefer to work in. Join our multidisciplinary treatment organization as a member of Employment and Recovery Services team. This team focuses on helping individuals receiving behavioral health services to obtain and keep employment in the community.


The ideal candidate will have a BA in Psychology, Social Work, or a related human services field and experience working with individuals to gain and keep employment. We are looking for an individual who wants to join a team of caring professionals who are dedicated to helping persons with mental health barriers.


This position involves working with behavioral health consumers in all phases of the employment process including: vocational assessment, job readiness, job development and job search, and employment support. The job duties require knowledge of the population served, vocational rehabilitation, educational resource connection, service coordination, inter-agency collaboration, and local job market.


Position Responsibilities:

Find and place individuals with severe mental illness and other related barriers into competitive community employment and providing job coaching services to those clients placed in employment utilizing the evidenced based supported employment principles.

Develop employment goals based on individuals strengths and needs, and work as part of an integrated treatment model to include marketing Vocational Programs to business, community, and referral agents, networking with HR Departments, development of individualized placement plans, building relationships with community employers, and providing job coaching/employment site support services to clients.

Provide the following services: one-on-one career exploration, job development sessions, resume development and critiquing, individualized job searches, job/task analysis, orientation and job training, collaboration with other service providers and/or treatment team, and other supports as required to assist clients to obtain and maintain employment.


Position Requirements:

BA in Social Work or Psychology or related human services field plus two years of related experience required. Pay differential for Master's degree.

Demonstrated skills in the following areas: self-direction/management, coordination of multiple tasks concurrently, interpersonal and communication skills, acquiring/evaluating information, crisis intervention and engaging/disengaging effectively with clients with severe mental illnesses and other barriers to employment.

Position requires frequent driving of own vehicle. Valid driver’s license, vehicle and insurable driving record are required.

GCB has been named a Top Workplace in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky for the 9th straight year! Please visit our website to learn more about GCB. www.gcbhs.com
Please watch this video to learn more about GCB. GCB Video #lifechanging


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Mar 19, 2019 Sex Offender Counseling Therapist - OH LSW or LPC Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Full Time GCB has an immediate full-time opening for a Counseling Therapist to provide provide mental health therapy to individuals who have perpetrated a sex offense.  The ideal candidate will have a Details
Cassidy Siler-Smith

Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health

csiler@gcbhs.com

5134428183

458 Full Link


Full Time

GCB has an immediate full-time opening for a Counseling Therapist to provide provide mental health therapy to individuals who have perpetrated a sex offense.  The ideal candidate will have a LSW or LPC and experience working with perpetrators of sex offenses.

GCB incorporates principles of trauma informed care in all areas of our services.  Trauma informed care includes cultural sensitivity and emphasizes a safe and respectful environment for all clients and staff. Experience and/or training in these principles and in trauma treatment is valued in applicants.  

Position Responsibilities:
  • Provides assessment, individual and group counseling services to clients with history of sexual offenses while adhering to agency policies and procedures.
  • Use of dynamic risk tools in treatment (STATIC 99, STABLE, etc.)
  • Provides clinical assessment for admission through clinical interviews, records review and contact with collateral and referral sources. 
  • Performs a variety of casework duties, including analysis of assessment data, formulation of treatment plan based on the clients specific needs and risk factors, and implementation of the treatment.

Position Requirements:
  • MSW or MA in Counseling required.
  • LPC or LSW working on independent license.
  • LISW or LPCC preferred (pay differential for independent license).
  • Prefer therapist who has experience working with adults who have perpetrated sexual offenses but willing to train the right person.
  • Pay differential for independent license.

GCB has been named a Top Workplace in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky for the 9th straight year!  Please visit our website to learn more about GCB.  www.gcbhs.com
Please watch this video to learn more about GCB. GCB Video    #lifechanging


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Mar 19, 2019 Behavioral Health Diagnostician/Clinician - LSW/LPC (Cincinnati & Amelia) Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Full Time Use your expertise to make a difference as a Diagnostician/Clinician helping Behavioral Health clients access services!  We have a position available at our Cincinnati/Hamilton Cou Details
Cassidy Siler-Smith

Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health

csiler@gcbhs.com

5133547088

457 Full Link


Full Time

Use your expertise to make a difference as a Diagnostician/Clinician helping Behavioral Health clients access services!  We have a position available at our Cincinnati/Hamilton County office and one at our Amelia/Clermont County office.  When applying, please indicate which location you prefer.

The ideal candidate will have an Ohio LSW or LPC or SWT or CT and experience working with individuals receiving treatment for individuals with severe mental illness and substance use disorder.  This is a great position for someone with a BSW/LSW or MA/LPC who wants to get experience and attain their independent license!  This is also a great position with a BA and SWT or CT license who is in school for a MSW or MA in Counseling.  We offer $1,500 per semester tuition assistance for a MSW or Counseling degree.  We also offer free license supervision hours and continuing education credits.

Position Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for providing diagnostic assessment, counseling services to individuals with severe mental illness and substance use disorder.
  • Provides diagnostic information, assesses overall level of functioning and develops individualized, medically necessary treatment recommendations for individuals.
  • Col­laborates with others, both in the professional community and within the client's natural environment, to assess the individual’s current needs for treatment.
  • Collaborates with other team members in identified program for assessment, crisis management and treatment planning. These treatments are provided in accordance with best practice, professional ethics and boundaries.

 
Position Requirements:

  • LSW or LPC required or SWT or CT license within 6 months of obtaining LSW or LPC.
  • Pay differential for LISW or LPCC.
  • Experience working individuals receiving behavioral health treatment.


GCB has been named a Top Workplace in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky for the 9th straight year!  Please visit our website to learn more about GCB.  www.gcbhs.com
Please watch this video to learn more about GCB.   GCB Video  #lifechanging
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Mar 12, 2019 Meals/Transportation Driver Wesley Community Services Part Time Job Title:Meals/Transportation Driver Wesley Community Services currently seeks motivated individuals to deliver meals to our clients and/or to provide transportation services for our clients. Mea Details
Barb Macke

Wesley Community Services

bmacke@wesleycs.org

513-661-2777

456 Full Link


Part Time

Job Title:Meals/Transportation Driver

Wesley Community Services currently seeks motivated individuals to deliver meals to our clients and/or to provide transportation services for our clients.

Meals Job Functions/ Duties

• Determine and pack meals and deliver them to clients as assigned.

• Complete safety checks on clients while delivering meals.

• Establish supportive, caring relationships with each client served.

• Through the supportive relationship and careful observation, become aware of additional needs of clients and/or other clients and report the observations to management.

• Thoroughly complete all assigned routes and duties.

• Maintain all regulatory requirements as specified by funders and contracts.

• Complete a daily log of activities and deliveries.

• Perform daily inspection of agency vehicle and report vehicle safety concerns that need to be corrected immediately.

Transportation Driver Job Functions/ Duties

• Provide transportation services to clients in the community as needed.

• Provide travel attendant services to clients going to medical appointments and/or other locations.

• Follow dispatched route and complete all necessary route documentation as assigned.

• Establish supportive and caring relationships with each client served.

• Perform daily inspection of vehicle and report vehicle safety concerns that need to be corrected immediately.

• Report any unusual incident immediately.

• Collect funds from private pay clients as needed.

• Secure participant signatures as needed.

• Transport and deliver meal route/s in an emergency situation.

 

Specific Requirements

• Must be a minimum of twenty-one (21) years of age.

• Possess a valid driver's license and a satisfactory driving record with less than 4 points.

• Must notify Wesley Community Services of any change in your driving record.

• Must be able to furnish own reliable transportation.

 

Wesley Community Services will provide employment opportunity without regard to race, color, sex, religion, national origin, age or handicap/disability as provided.

Every effort has been made to make this job description as complete as possible. However, it in no way states or implies that these are the only duties required of the position. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or is a logical assignment to the position.

Mar 11, 2019 Project Coordinator United Way of Greater Cincinnati Full Time   The United Way of Greater Cincinnati’s (UWGC) Eastern Area office is seeking an energetic team player to provide professional staff support for project management for specific local impa Details
Pam Haney

United Way of Greater Cincinnati

pam.haney@uwgc.org

513-762-7197

454 Full Link



Full Time

 

The United Way of Greater Cincinnati’s (UWGC) Eastern Area office is seeking an energetic team player to provide professional staff support for project management for specific local impact initiatives and community partner relations and general office procedures.   

KEY AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY:

  • ·                     Provide capacity building support, coordinate volunteer projects, and secure impact stories about agency partners and impact initiative in Clermont and Brown Counties. Provide support to agency partner campaigns. Support the coordination and implementation of UWGC impact initiatives strategies in Clermont and Brown Counties. Lead and/or support various community collaborations and projects (internal & external; local & regional). Manage and coordinate a volunteer committee to support the above efforts.
  • ·                     Provide customer service, communication, and operations support to Eastern Area office. Manage email and phone correspondence to the public, volunteers and others. Provide meeting support to the office and to internal/ external events (i.e., annual meetings, volunteer projects, Day of Action).  

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree in social work, community planning

or related field or equivalent experience. Four years work experience in community

organizations, community planning, public policy or related human service field is

desirable. Advanced computer skills, including experience with Microsoft office

products (specifically Office 365, Outlook, Word, Excel). Public speaking,

interpersonal skills, excellent written and verbal communication skills, and organizational

ability to manage work responsibilities is required. Personal transportation required.

Ability to lift 20 pounds 

Applicants should apply by Thursday, March 21, 2019 via the link below:  

https://goo.gl/8WM6yZ 

UWGC is an Equal Opportunity Employer Committed to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

Mar 6, 2019 Executive Director Madisonville Community Urban Redevelopment Corporation Full Time Do you have a passion for real estate development and community building experience? Help us grow one of Cincinnati's most dynamic neighborhoods by working with residents and leading housing and econo Details
Sara Sheets

MCURC

sara@mcurc.org

513-271-2495

453 Full Link


Full Time

Do you have a passion for real estate development and community building experience? Help us grow one of Cincinnati's most dynamic neighborhoods by working with residents and leading housing and economic development projects. This is a full-time position. More information can be found at www.mcurc.org. 

Mar 6, 2019 Direct Support Specialist Easterseals Serving Greater Cincinnati Full Time Do you want to make a difference in the lives of individuals with disabilities? Join the Easterseals team as a full-time Direct Support Specialist! As a Direct Support Specialist you will provide Details
Vicki Strole

Easterseals Serving Greater Cincinnati

vstrole@eastersealsgc.org

513-386-6805

451 Full Link


Full Time

Do you want to make a difference in the lives of individuals with disabilities? Join the Easterseals team as a full-time Direct Support Specialist!

 As a Direct Support Specialist you will provide daily supervision to individuals with disabilities.  Individuals are involved in vocational training at community sites where the Direct Support Specialist oversees assigned tasks, assist with daily living skills, and oversees the implementation of individualized plans.  Direct Support Specialists also transports individuals served to and from programming and to community sites in agency vehicle and may be required to transport in personal vehicle if needed. This is a floater position, as the Direct Support Specialist Floater you will be responsible for providing coverage to multiple job sites and will be assigned to sites based on staffing needs.  Responsible for documentation which will include initial assessments, goal and objective tracking and individual payroll.
Our Direct Support Professionals establish and maintain safe working environments, maintain confidentiality of the people we work with, and demonstrate flexibility with work assignments.

 
Minimum qualifications include:
  • High School diploma or equivalent
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Prior experience working with people with disabilities, preferred
  • Knowledge of interventions strategies, and general principles and methods for working with people with disabilities
  • Proficient in computer software, applications and programs
  • Excellent problem solving skills
  • Valid driver’s license & insurance & a good driving record
For eligible employees, we offer a comprehensive benefits package, including:
  • Medical insurance, including a PPO plan, and a HDHP plan that offers a company contribution
  • Employer paid Teladoc services, allowing participating employees and their family members access to a doctor free of charge for common medical conditions
  • Dental (including orthodontia coverage for children) and Vision
  • Employer-paid Life and Long Term Disability Insurance, with options for additional voluntary life insurance for employees dependents
  • 401k Retirement plan with up to a 4% match
  • Paid Time Off
  • Employee Assistance Program, hearing aid discounts and resources for free will preparation  
Mar 6, 2019 Direct Support Specialist, Work & Grow Program Easterseals Serving Greater Cincinnati Full Time Full-time, benefits eligible, Monday - Friday position! Do you want to make a difference in the lives of individuals with disabilities? Join the Easterseals team as a full-time Direct Support Speci Details
Vicki Strole

Easterseals Serving Greater Cincinnati

vstrole@eastersealsgc.org

513-386-6805

452 Full Link


Full Time

Full-time, benefits eligible, Monday - Friday position!
Do you want to make a difference in the lives of individuals with disabilities? Join the Easterseals team as a full-time Direct Support Specialist!
As a Direct Support Specialist you will provide daily supervision to individuals with disabilities.  Individuals are involved in vocational training at a community worksite where the Direct Support Specialist oversees assigned tasks, assist with daily living skills, and oversees the implementation of individualized plans. The Direct Support Specialist also transports individuals from Blue Ash facility to the worksite in an agency van.  Documentation will include initial assessments, goal and objective tracking and individual payroll.

Our Direct Support Specialists establish and maintain safe working environments, maintain confidentiality of the people we work with, and demonstrate flexibility with work assignments.
 
Minimum qualifications include:
  • High School diploma or equivalent
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Prior experience working with people with disabilities, preferred
  • Knowledge of interventions strategies, and general principles and methods for working with people with disabilities
  • Proficient in computer software, applications and programs
  • Excellent problem solving skills
  • Valid driver’s license & insurance & a good driving record
For eligible employees, we offer a comprehensive benefits package, including:
  • Medical insurance, including a PPO plan, and a HDHP plan that offers a company contribution
  • Employer paid Teladoc services, allowing participating employees and their family members access to a doctor free of charge for common medical conditions
  • Dental (including orthodontia coverage for children) and Vision
  • Employer-paid Life and Long Term Disability Insurance, with options for additional voluntary life insurance for employees dependents
  • 401k Retirement plan with up to a 4% match
  • Paid Time Off
  • Employee Assistance Program, hearing aid discounts and resources for free will preparation 
Mar 4, 2019 Development Assistant Legal Adi Society of Greater Cincinnati Full Time Details
Hiring Committe

Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati

staffing@lascinti.org

513-362-2818

450 Full Link



Full Time

Mar 4, 2019 Director of Programming Grant Us Hope Full Time Grant Us Hope is currently searching for a full-time, highly qualified individual to serve as the Director of Programming. This position involves working with the Executive Director and staff to deve Details
Keith Kline

Grant Us Hope

keith.kline@grantushope.org

513-984-4473

449 Full Link



Full Time

Grant Us Hope is currently searching for a full-time, highly qualified individual to serve as the Director of Programming.

This position involves working with the Executive Director and staff to develop, implement, and service programming for our client schools and school districts.

Grant Us Hope is the Ohio/Northern Kentucky sponsor of Hope Squad - a peer-to-peer, evidence based program that addresses suicide prevention and mental health in elementary, middle and high schools.  Hope Squad is now in 57 schools across Ohio and expects significant growth over the course of the 2019-2020 school year. 

Strong organizational skills, attention to detail, creativity, and positivity are essential to success in this role.  Successful candidates will have a background in education, mental health, social work and/or counseling.

A letter of interest and resume, with references, should be sent to:  

Dr. Keith Kline - Executive Director

keith.kline@grantushope.org

4010 Executive Park Drive, Suite 320

Cincinnati, Ohio  45241

Position will remain open until filled.

Mar 1, 2019 Communications Director United Way of Greater Cincinnati Full Time COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR     United Way of Greater Cincinnati (UWGC), has an immediate opening for a creative, dynamic, energetic leader to join the Marketing Team.    The Details
Pam Haney

United Way of Greater Cincinnati

pam.haney@uwgc.org

5137627197

448 Full Link



Full Time

COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR

 

 

United Way of Greater Cincinnati (UWGC), has an immediate opening for a creative, dynamic, energetic leader to join the Marketing Team.  

 The successful candidate will be responsible for:   

 Lead strategy in the marketing department to drive alignment across all copy and content in the manifestation of the communications direction and brand positioning of United Way Worldwide. 

  • Manage team of ten communications professionals. 
  • Manager Volunteer Connections Team overseeing UWGC volunteerism efforts.
  • Direct web/online engagement strategies and tactics and content creation and integration efforts across channels including uwgc.org, affiliated micro-sites, social media, etc. 
  • Direct and coordinate purchase and/or negotiate paid and donated media placements across multiple channels.  
  • Lead marketing and communications for all UWGC critical products and organizational positioning in the region. 
  • Develop strategy for all signature events for organization including kick-off, annual meeting and campaign finale. 
  • Lead in the development of all organizational campaign materials, major giving and individual engagement collateral. 
  • Lead and develop the United Way Speakers Bureau Training and Relationship Manager Training. 
  • Support to Senior Vice President in overall team management and leadership to the overall team in the absence of the Senior Vice President.   

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:  

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent, preferred. 
  • Minimum of eight years of art/creative direction, design, multimedia experience. 
  • Management experience, including recruiting, training and building teams required. 
  • Advanced computer skills, including experience with Microsoft office products (specifically Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint), required. 
  • Competency in Adobe Creative Suite and other design platforms for print and digital, web development, HTML and CSS experience preferred but not required. 
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills required, including public speaking and presentation skills. 
  • Demonstrated ability to listen effectively and solicit information from others. 
  • Excellent project management skills, including the ability to balance multiple projects in varying degrees of implementation and understand and manage priorities. 
  • Demonstrated ability to work cooperatively and flexibly as part of a team. 
  • Creative portfolio of results-oriented work that shows a diversity of experience across both online and offline media. 
  • Human-centric approach to design that evokes trust, collaboration and innovation. 
  • Various experiences building a brand in multiple markets, keeping in mind cultural differences across audience segments.  
  • Ability to work under deadline pressure and manage multiple projects simultaneously and set and execute on priorities is critical.   
  • Strategic thinking and ability to apply marketing/communications tactics to broad organizational strategies required. 
  • Demonstrated writing, editing skills required.
  • Must have strong planning and relationship management skills. 

 COMPETENCIES: Creativity, Marketing, Measurable impact, Leadership, People Management, Accountability, Initiative

 Applicants should apply by Friday, March 15, 2019 via the link below:

 https://goo.gl/S4VxSH

 UWGC is an Equal Opportunity Employer Committed to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

Feb 28, 2019 Sales Associate Portaluca (supporting Dress for Success Cincinnati) Part Time Job Description – Sales Associate, Portaluca (supporting Dress for Success Cincinnati) Organization Overview:Portaluca (formerly 4th Street Boutique) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that Details
Lisa Nolan

Dress for Success Cincinnati

lnolan@dfscincy.org

513.651.3372

446 Full Link



Part Time

Job Description – Sales Associate, Portaluca (supporting Dress for Success Cincinnati)

Organization Overview:
Portaluca (formerly 4th Street Boutique) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that supports
Dress for Success Cincinnati’s services for disadvantaged women. Portaluca, a boutique that
opened to the public in 2002, offers women’s new and new-ish fabulous fashions at affordable
prices. The boutique is open to the public and for special events at its downtown location at
209 West 4th Street, and it hosts pop-up shops at various locations throughout Cincinnati.

Dress for Success empowers women to achieve economic independence by providing a
network of support, professional attire, and career development tools to help women thrive in
work and in life.


Position Overview:
Sales Associates are responsible for helping to reach sales goals by assisting customers,
cashiering, answering phones, merchandising, and performing other retail tasks. Sales
Associates report to the Boutique Manager.


Responsibilities:
· Ensure each customer receives outstanding service by providing a customer-friendly
environment, including greeting and acknowledging every customer, maintaining
outstanding standards, solid product knowledge and all other components of customer
service.
· Responsible for helping to reach sales goals by taking an active sales approach
· Maintain an awareness of all product information and merchandise promotions
· Assist in floor moves, merchandising, display maintenance, and store housekeeping
· Adhere to all company policies and procedures, including signing, pricing, and loss
prevention
· Accurately and efficiently complete all sales transactions and maintain proper cash and
media accountabilities at POS registers


Qualifications:
· Prior retail experience preferred
· High school diploma or equivalent
· Excellent interpersonal skills
· Customer focus
· Communication proficiency
· Ethical conduct
· Ability to operate point of sale (POS) register system with proficiency
· Ability to work occasional evenings and weekends

Hours:
A typical workweek is anticipated to include 15-20 hours. Regular boutique hours are Tuesday,
Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, 10:00-3:00 and Thursday, 10:00-6:00. The boutique is closed
Sunday and Monday. Hours may occasionally include evenings or other hours outside the
typical boutique schedule for events.


Application Guidelines:
Interested candidates should apply via email to waka@dressforsuccess.org.
Portaluca is an equal opportunity employer.

 

Feb 28, 2019 Suiting Services Manager Dress for Success Cincinnati Full Time Job Description – Suiting Services Manager Organization Overview:Dress for Success Cincinnati (DFSC) is a not-for-profit affiliate of the Dress for SuccessWorldwide network. Having served more Details
Lisa Nolan

Dress for Success Cincinnati

lnolan@dfscincy.org

513.651.3372

447 Full Link



Full Time

Job Description – Suiting Services Manager


Organization Overview:
Dress for Success Cincinnati (DFSC) is a not-for-profit affiliate of the Dress for Success
Worldwide network. Having served more than 17,500 disadvantaged women across Greater
Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky since its founding in 1999, DFSC provides a continuum of
services to women that help them transition to employment and economic independence.


Position Overview:
DFSC seeks an energetic, organized, and compassionate Suiting Services Manager to lead Dress
for Success Cincinnati’s on-site and mobile suiting services, through which disadvantaged
women receive personal styling and interview and employment attire.
Reports to the Executive Director with oversight of programs by the Programs Committee. We
are currently evaluating and making some changes to our program offerings, so this is an
exciting time to have a voice in strategic planning and the future direction of our programs.
This position functions as part of a team. Areas of responsibility may fluctuate or change; other
duties may be assigned depending on the need of the organization. Specific duties shall include,
but are not limited to the following.


Responsibilities:
· Serve DFSC mission by empowering women to achieve economic independence by
providing a network of support, professional attire and tools to help them thrive in
work and in life.
· Manage on-site and mobile suiting services, including:
 Working with sensitive populations
 Scheduling suiting appointments and making reminder calls, with assistance of
intern or volunteer
 Designing and leading suiting orientations
 Training, assigning, managing, and providing feedback to over 20 suiting
volunteers
 Conducting suitings/personal styling
 Tracking client data and reporting outputs and outcomes
· Build relationships with existing and potential partner referral agencies to help drive
awareness of suiting services and increase referrals to suiting services
· Explore innovative ways to reach as many clients as possible through suiting services
· Participate in developing and is responsible for implementing the strategy for fulfilling the mission of DFSC by serving as an active member of the Programs Committee
· Manage inventory and maintain an organized suiting department and mobile unit
· Supervise and mentor work study students
· Work with Communications Coordinator to share client and program stories
· Serve as an advocate for DFSC’s mission and programs in the community and as a spokesperson, as agreed upon with Executive Director

Qualifications and Attributes:
· Passion for the mission of Dress for Success Cincinnati
· Proven ability to connect with the community and experience working with
sensitive populations
· Experience in program management
· Ability to regularly use independent judgement
· Proven leadership ability and experience working effectively with volunteers
· Excellent interpersonal, communications, and organizational skills
· General knowledge of community resources
· Computer competency and experience in Salesforce, a plus
· Valid driver license with a clean driving record. Must be comfortable driving a box
truck and have ability to lift up to 30 lbs. of clothing, supplies and equipment into
and out of truck.
· Must be available to work evenings, early mornings and weekends, as needed


Job Classification and Hours:
Salaried, exempt. The DFSC office is open to clients, Monday-Thursday, and, thus, most hours
are worked during this time. At least one evening and one Saturday morning per month are
also required.


Application Guidelines:
Interested candidates should submit a resume and a one-page cover letter as a single PDF file
(file name: FirstName_LastName.pdf) via email to Cincinnati@dressforsuccess.org with the
subject “Suiting Services Manager.” In your cover letter, please indicate how you heard about
this opportunity. Applications should be submitted by March 15.

Dress for Success Cincinnati is an equal opportunity employer.

Feb 28, 2019 Grant Administrator Cincinnati-Hamilton County Community Action Agency Full Time Details
Nikki Williams

Cincinnati-Hamilton County Community Action Agency

nwilliams@cincy-caa.org

5135694342

445 Full Link



Full Time

Feb 25, 2019 Director, Information Technology United Way of Greater Cincinnati Full Time The information technology (IT) director is responsible for the overall planning, organizing, and execution of all IT functions for United Way of Greater Cincinnati (UWGC). This includes directing all Details
Pam Haney

United Way of Greater Cincinnati

pam.haney@uwgc.org

5137627197

444 Full Link



Full Time

The information technology (IT) director is responsible for the overall planning, organizing, and execution of all IT functions for United Way of Greater Cincinnati (UWGC). This includes directing all IT operations to meet staff, donor, volunteer and agency stakeholder requirements as well as the support and maintenance of existing applications and development of new technical solutions.

 

KEY AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY:

Strategy:

  • ·         Work closely with UWGC SVP/CSO and IT committee chair to charter and recruit sub-committees needed to deliver the needed IT services.
  • ·         Drive continued optimization of IT solutions in support of functional and organizational business needs. Work with UWGC teams to understand their business needs and ensure that solutions are provided that fulfill them in a timely, cost effective manner.
  • ·         Generate and maintain an overall solution architecture that meets the needs of UWGC.
  • ·         Lead information technology projects including development of project plans, budgeting, tracking and implementation.
  • ·         Drive adoption of IT solutions through user enablement, communications and support
  • ·         Responsible for implementing the CRM and information management systems for the organization including establishing and monitoring standards with consistent delivery of CRM data and reports.
  • ·         Serve as the primary liaison and resource for all departments/divisions regarding the use and standards related to CRM and related databases.
  • ·         Implement an integrated analytics strategy to provide timely business results and insights on organizational priorities
  • ·         Provide operational, service desk, infrastructure, compliance, and other KPI reports to executive management on a continual basis.

 

Infrastructure:

  • ·         Ensure reliable, cost-effective delivery and maintenance of IT services, including those delivered by suppliers for IT infrastructure, business applications and analytics.
  • ·         Vendor management – identify needed services, obtain competitive bids, and negotiate contract terms including Service Level Agreements.
  • ·         Oversee the infrastructure which includes but is not limited to networking (LAN/WAN), voice services, servers, storage, workstations, security, e-mail, conference rooms, cabling, and cloud services.
  • ·         Identify security vulnerabilities and eliminate them with strategic solutions that increase data safety.
  • ·         Manage the financial aspects of Information Technology, including but not limited to formulating and managing budgets, maximizing ROI and capital expenditures and processing vendor invoices.
  • ·         Respond to off-hour alerts, calls, e-mails or notifications to ensure operational efficiency and uptime when needed.
  • ·         Oversee data integration for Digital Services between Salesforce and StratusLive.

 

Policy:

  • ·         Acts as primary liaison and resource for departments regarding the use and standards of UPIC applications.
  • ·         Set policy and procedures for configuration and maintenance of hardware (desktops, laptops, servers, switches, phones etc.).
  • ·         Maintain data security, data backup/recovery, network security and privacy policy.  
  • ·         Ensure on-going training and compliance of staff.
  • ·         Maintain UWGC’s personal productivity technology adoption and use policy, addressing mobility, including BYOD, while maintaining security.
  • ·         Develop/maintain relationships with companies and universities to support the UWGC data analytics strategy.

 

CORE COMPETIENCIES:  Accountability, Integrity, Leadership, Interpersonal communication skills, Time/project management skills, negotiation

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree in business, finance, computer science, information technology or equivalent experience required. Eight or more years of experience spanning IT infrastructure, business applications, database/analytics and collaboration tools. CRM experience highly beneficial. Proven track record that includes direct management of IT professionals, portfolio management, managing and overseeing complex, diverse, and large-scale information technology and business transformation projects, delivering IT services (including delivering results via suppliers), and reliably and cost-effectively running IT operations. Excellent conceptual, analytical, judgment, problem-solving and communication skills required.

 

Applicants should apply by Monday, March 11, 2019 via the link below:

 

http://www.uwgc.org/about-us/careers?gnk=job&gni=8a7887a8688e28cf0168e35458596d6c&gns=Leadership%20Council

 

UWGC is an Equal Opportunity Employer Committed to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

 

Feb 25, 2019 Thriving Learning Communities Program Specialist Mayerson Academy Full Time Join Us: Bring the WOW! Want to bring a WOW experience every day? At Mayerson Academy, we’ve made it our mission to celebrate strengths and inspire people to reach their greatest Details
Marissa Rowley

Mayerson Academy

TLC@mayersonacademy.org


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Full Time

Join Us: Bring the WOW!

Want to bring a WOW experience every day? At Mayerson Academy, we’ve made it our mission to celebrate strengths and inspire people to reach their greatest potential—one organization, one team and one person at a time. As forward-thinking learning services experts, we are pioneering innovative solutions designed to deliver results. Ultimately our goal is to inspire everyone we reach to be at their best every day and to help others do the same.

We are a strengths-based group of diverse professionals who inspire educators and organizations to realize their visions for success through extraordinary learning experiences. We would love for you to join our team.

Position: Thriving Learning Communities Program Specialist

FLSA Status: Exempt

Responsible to: Senior Program Manager

Apply: Email cover letter and resume to TLC@mayersonacademy.org


SUMMARY: 

As the Thriving Learning Communities specialist, you will work closely with our Senior Program Manager to envision, design, and support professional learning and program delivery for the Thriving Learning Communities initiative, our strengths-based approach to social and emotional learning for K- 12. You are an organized self-starter who loves designing and delivering professional learning and supporting a wide variety of audiences to be successful through progress monitoring. People see you as an instructional expert with great judgement, who works well under pressure, welcomes opportunities to work with educators, administrators, student focused organizations, is adaptive, and has a great sense of humor.

ABOUT THRIVING LEARNING COMMUNITIES:

Imagine schools where learners of all ages thrive. Positive learning environments are critical to student success, catalyzing high engagement and high performance. We know this is not the experience for all students, but we can change that.
Thriving Learning Communities™ (TLC) is a unique, research-based approach to improving students’ social and emotional competencies (SEL) through the lens of character strengths. As students come to understand their unique strengths and build SEL competencies, research shows that engagement, learning and performance all increase. We currently serve 75+ schools, 1000+ schools based staff, and are in multiple countries. Learn more about the TLC initiative on our website at www.mayersonacademy.org/thriving-learning-communities/.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Provide account management services through collaborative, action-oriented relationships with program partners and stakeholders.
  • Seek a deep understanding of each partner’s goals to expertly match the program development and support process to their precise needs.
  • Coordinate, plan, create, facilitate and deliver professional learning and supplemental activities uniquely suited to partners’ goals.
  • Investigate, explore, advocate, and use evidence-based best practices to achieve beneficial results for the program.
  • Continually evaluate impact data to inform processes, content development and school implementations.
  • Define and deliver high quality key program outcomes.

IDEAL QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS:

  • Bachelor’s degree with a minimum of 4
    years or more of job-related
    experience preferred
  • Work experience within public school
    systems and creating and delivering
    professional learning is strongly
    preferred
  • Demonstrated experience successfully
    working and collaborating with a wide
    variety of audiences and stakeholders
  • History of building and executing a
    project plan, managing and planning
    around deadlines, and
    adjusting/evolving plans as new
    information becomes available
  • Track record of thinking conceptually and
    mastering complex subject matter quickly
  • Results oriented: Driven by goals and
    outcomes, and driven to manage up and
    laterally to invest others in achieving those
    goals and outcomes
  • Adept in current office technology and
    outstanding written, oral and interpersonal
    communication skills
  • Capacity and desire to consistently operate in
    a manner that reflects our organizational
    vision and core values
  • Ability to travel 2-3 times per quarter and
    work evenings for occasional events

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

OUR PURPOSE
Utilizing a strengths-based approach, we create extraordinary learning experiences that maximize
learning, engagement and performance and ultimately transform cultures.

WHAT WE DO
Since 1992, we have designed extraordinary learning experiences, proven to transform organizational
and learning cultures. Our work is grounded in the science of character strengths – through this lens,
we help:

  • Schools become thriving learning communities
  • Organizations become workplaces where everyone flourishes, and
  • Neighborhoods become hubs of connected, community change makers.

Since our founding, we have reached more than ½ million students, and have worked with thousands
of schools and organizations in Cincinnati and across the globe.

OUR BELIEFS ABOUT DIVERSITY, EQUITY AND INCLUSION
We are constantly striving to live out our commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion in our work –
with each other and with our partners.
We believe that diversity matters because providing extraordinary learning experiences is only possible
when we truly leverage the diverse thinking, perspectives and experiences of our staff, partners and
community.
We believe that equity matters because it helps ensure high outcomes of access, opportunities, or self determined
success for all individuals, regardless of any social or cultural factor.
We believe that inclusion matters because it maximizes learning and creativity. An inclusive culture
allows everyone to be themselves and to be their best – two ingredients for valuable and authentic
contributions from all.

OUR CORE VALUES form the foundation of everything we do and shape who we are. We talk about
them, work them, and live them every day because we believe this is the best way to fulfill our highest
hopes for learners of all ages.

Feb 24, 2019 Development Manager Alzheimer's Association Full Time Development Manager - Chapter The Alzheimer's Association is the leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer care, support and research. We’re the largest private funder of Alzheim Details
Annemarie Barnett

Alzheimer's Association

anbarnett@alz.org

513-721-4284

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Development Manager - Chapter

The Alzheimer's Association is the leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer care, support and research. We’re the largest private funder of Alzheimer research and the premier source of information and support for the estimated 5.5 million Americans with Alzheimer’s disease, their families and caregivers.

At the Alzheimer’s Association, we are the brains behind saving yours®. Many of us who work for the Alzheimer's Association have some connection with Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia. It's what drives us to make the extra effort in the daunting task of modifying a disease that currently has no cure. With 78 million baby boomers entering the age of greatest risk for Alzheimer’s, we need passionate, hardworking people committed to helping the Association meet the increasing demand for care and support and fund vital Alzheimer’s research.

Why join us? We have been recognized as a Best Nonprofit to Work For by the Nonprofit Times seven consecutive years.

Position Summary
Serve as lead for the Art of Making Memories- Spring Benefit, Adams, Brown and Highland County Walk to End Alzheimer's, Chapter Appreciation Brunch and assist in the coordination of Reason to Hope.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities
* Coordinate all logistics of the Art of Making Memories- Spring Benefit, including budget, collateral materials, committee recruitment, venue, table, sponsorship and ticket sales, entertainment, raffle, auctions, food, packing, set-up/tear-down, Convio content, Gesture/mobile bidding and evaluation
* Coordinate all logistics of the Adams, Brown, Highland Walk to End Alzheimer's events, including budget, collateral materials, walker and team recruitment, Convio content, entertainment, prizes, raffle/auctions, food, packing, and evaluation
* Coordinate all logistics of the Chapter Appreciation event, including budget, collateral materials, volunteer and participant efforts, Convio content, prizes, packing, and evaluation
* Coordinate running/walking program partnership with local running groups or businesses
Serve as the clearinghouse for volunteer projects from the Development Team and ensure volunteers are brought in to accomplish tasks as needed
* In conjunction with the Development Director, execute event collateral as required.
* Develop and assist in managing Chapter Volunteer recruitment, on-boarding and event training.
* Pursue professional development opportunities through community resources
* Collaborate with the Development Assistant to manage donor data as it relates to assigned special events
* Manage Convio and other online giving and registration tools for assigned events
* Assist Development Director and Development Assistant providing data for stewardship plan for donors and event participants
* Function as a successful team member and coordinate streamlined systems, processes and procedures for events and volunteerism to ensure efficient use of resources and consistent communication with constituents
* Other duties as assigned

Minimum Requirements
* College Degree preferred or additional training & five plus years relevant experience considered
* Successful event fundraising experience
* Data entry or related computer experience essential; strong background with fundraising databases (Convio, Personify, Results Plus preferred)
* Analytical skills
* Able to coordinate projects independently, while integrating team/committee consensus and feedback
* Strong written, oral and interpersonal communication skills
* Exceptional level of integrity

Feb 22, 2019 Development Director The LAM Foundation Full Time Development Director The LAM Foundation OPPORTUNITY The LAM Foundation is seeking a Development Director to join an organization that is described by the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute ( Details
Mary Kaser

The LAM Foundation

admin@thelamfoundation.org


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Full Time

Development Director

The LAM Foundation

OPPORTUNITY

The LAM Foundation is seeking a Development Director to join an organization that is described by the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) as "a model for voluntary health agencies." The LAM Foundation was created in 1995 as a grass roots effort and is now the global leader in the fight against lymphangioleiomyomatosis (LAM). LAM is a rare and progressive lung disease that primarily affects women and has no known cure. In May 2015, the FDA approved Rapamune as the first effective treatment for LAM, based on research and patient engagement supported by The LAM Foundation.

Through the efforts of a committed Board of Directors and staff, the Foundation has raised more than $26 million in 24 years. Over 60% of this has been committed to research which further seeded an estimated $40 million in subsequent funding from federal sources to advance the field of LAM research. The research effort has produced more than 125 grant-related publications, a diagnostic biomarker that can obviate the need for lung biopsy, and a pivotal clinical trial that has identified the first treatment. In addition to its world-renowned Scientific Board, 60+ LAM Clinics have been established across the globe which focus referrals to expert regional centers and facilitate clinical trials. This ‘distributed expertise’ model fosters scientific interest in LAM at academic medical centers around the country and provides care close to home.  The annual International “LAMposium Conference” brings together 400 LAM patients, family members, clinicians and investigators to focus all efforts on silencing LAM in the shortest time frame.

Over the next five years, Foundation goals are focused on targeted scientific development to include the development of biomarkers to diagnose and predict disease progression, the identification of new drugs as possible treatments and driving the completion of all related clinical trials. Goals also include improved quality of patient care and support, increased global outreach to patients and scientists, and increased fundraising to support the needs of promising research and an ultimate cure.

MISSION

The LAM Foundation urgently seeks safe and effective treatments, and ultimately a cure, for lymphangioleiomyomatosis (LAM) through advocacy and the funding of promising research. We are dedicated to serving the scientific, medical and patient communities by offering information, resources and a worldwide network of hope and support.

Development Director Position Description

The Development Director’s primary role is to develop and expand the fundraising capabilities of the Foundation and to direct active fundraising programs.  Responsibilities include writing the annual development plan; donor identification, cultivation, and solicitation; event planning; grant writing; and oversight of the database, donor recognition and reporting.  The Development Director interfaces with donors and community leaders in conjunction with the CEO and the Board of Directors to achieve the goals and initiatives set forth in the Foundation’s strategic plan. Measurable annual objectives will be agreed upon each year.

Responsibilities:

  1. In partnership with the CEO, contribute to and implement The LAM Foundation Annual Development Plan:
    • Work in collaboration with the CEO to write the annual development plan with fundraising strategies, programs and events.
    • Implement and track progress toward goals and meet goals attached to components of the plan including: annual appeals, major gifts, corporation and foundation support, planned giving, special events and new programs.
    • Research and propose new and innovative fundraising techniques and programs with a goal to increase annual revenue and long-term sustainability of the Foundation.
  2. Lead Donor Cultivation Activities:
    • Work closely with the CEO, and members of the Board of Directors to cultivate donors and develop new and existing donor relationships.
    • Identify and nurture new major donor opportunities in partnership with CEO.
    • Maintain donor stewardship and donor recognition program.
    • Oversee and optimize all giving streams (digital, mail, phone, etc.).
  3. Lead Foundation and Community-based Event Management Activities:
    • Serve as the primary contact and coach for LAM Foundation advocates across the country related to community-based fundraisers. Cultivate new community fundraisers and challenge grant programs.
    • Lead all activities related to planning and fundraising for the 25th Anniversary Breath of Hope Gala in Spring 2020; and serve as team member in the management and operations of the International Research Conference & LAMposium.
    • Identify and solicit potential sponsors for the annual LAMposium conference and other Foundation events.
    • Initiate/introduce new collaborative relationships with partners, corporations and foundation to create special events such as the Million Dollar Bike Ride with University of Pennsylvania.
  1. Supervise Development and Data Management Coordinator.
  1. Database Management and Technology Optimization
    • Oversee Development & Data Coordinator to optimize the organization’s Salesforce Software and supporting plug ins.
    • Oversee management of the donor database and gift acknowledgment processes.
    • Report and analyze all development activities with a focus on growth, opportunities, and potential weaknesses.
    • Manage, research and implement new fundraising technologies such as mobile giving, online innovations (i.e., Facebook).
  • Manage Development & Data Coordinator on event webpage creation and event support.
  1. Communications, Grant Writing and External Partnerships
    • Direct and manage the grant writing process and applications in support of the Foundation’s goals.
    • Lead all fundraising-related Foundation publication efforts including design, content, mailing, and reporting.
    • Integrate development activities with communications team for united message to LAM community and donors.
    • Partner with CEO to identify new partnerships and expand existing partnerships with external organizations such as corporations, foundations, advocacy groups and healthcare institutions that will advance the Foundation’s mission.
  1. Other duties and projects as assigned.

Reports to: Chief Executive Officer

Direct Reports:  Development and Database Coordinator

Attributes and Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree preferred
  • Minimum 5 years of non-profit development experience; significant experience in business development in a healthcare related setting a plus
  • Compassion and empathy for individuals and families living with chronic disease; experience with a rare disease organization a plus
  • Salesforce software experience required, other CRM platform and plug-in experience preferred
  • Demonstrated success raising funds and awareness for health-related causes
  • Demonstrated ability to cultivate relationships and develop new partnerships
  • Excellent project management skills
  • Event planning experience
  • Peer to peer fundraising experience
  • Self-starter with strong desire to learn
  • Outgoing, can-do attitude and an ability to manage multiple tasks
  • Excellent writing skills and grant writing experience
  • Fluency with Microsoft Office
  • Ability to travel 10-15 times per year

Total Rewards

  • Excellent base salary commensurate with experience and position
  • Health and insurance benefits plus holidays and paid vacation and matching contributions to Simple IRA.

 

Qualified Applicants please forward resumes to:  admin@thelamfoundation.org

Feb 20, 2019 Development Director Community Action Agency Full Time Details
Nikki Williams

Community Action Agency

NWilliams@cincy-caa.org

5135691840

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Feb 20, 2019 Legal Secretary Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati, and affiliate Legal Aid Society of Southwestern Ohio Full Time The Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati (Legal Aid) has an immediate need for a full-time Legal Secretary (37.5 hours/week) for its downtown Cincinnati office.   Together with its affiliate Details
Susie Barber

Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati, and affiliate Legal Aid Society of Southwestern Ohio

staffing@lascinti.org

513-362-2818

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Full Time

The Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati (Legal Aid) has an immediate need for a full-time Legal Secretary (37.5 hours/week) for its downtown Cincinnati office.

 

Together with its affiliate, Legal Aid Society of Southwest Ohio, LLC, Legal Aid serves Brown, Butler, Clermont, Clinton, Hamilton, Highland, and Warren Counties in Southwest Ohio. With two full-service offices (downtown Cincinnati and Hamilton, Ohio) and a staff of about 89 (including 40 attorneys and 16 paralegals), Legal Aid is Southwest Ohio’s largest non-profit law firm. Our mission is to reduce poverty and ensure family stability through effective legal assistance. Our attorneys represent individual clients in civil legal matters, and partner with community organizations and client groups. Please visit our website for more information: www.lascinti.org.

 

POSITION DESCRIPTION AND QUALIFICATIONS

 

This position provides support to several attorneys and/or paralegals. The successful candidate will possess the following minimum qualifications:

 

  • Three or more years of relevant experience. Preference will be given to candidates with experience in a legal setting.

  • Comfortable interacting with Legal Aid’s applicants/clients.

  • Demonstrated ability to type accurately at 60 wpm.

  • Ability to prepare and organize documents and files.

  • Excellent communication skills.

  • Experience with Microsoft Word-using styles and proper formatting.

  • Experience with Outlook-using shared calendars and setting appointments.

  • Experience with Excel - how to read and create formulas and charts.

  • Ability to work effectively in a fast-paced environment that is driven by project and client service.

  • Ability to anticipate needs.

  • Organized, accurate, attentive to detail, and positive attitude towards learning.

    This is a non-exempt position. Compensation will be based on the successful applicant’s level of experience. The Legal Aid Society offers a pleasant work environment, and an excellent benefits package.

    APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS

    To apply, please send all of the following as Word attachments: 

  •  a brief letter explaining the reasons for interest in this position

  •  salary requirement,

  •  a resume, and

  •  The names and contact information for two work references: 

    NOTE:  Please put “Legal Secretary Hiring Committee” in the subject line.Email your items to:  staffing@lascinti.org

    The Legal Aid Society is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All applications acknowledged. Interviews will be arranged by Employer. All applications acknowledged.

    PLEASE, DO NOT CALL.

 

 

Feb 20, 2019 Parish Kitchen Associate Catholic Charities, Covington, KY Full Time Job Title:  Parish Kitchen Associate Catholic Charities, Diocese of Covington is seeking an Associate for Parish Kitchen. This position is full time, generally 5 days M-F from 7:00 am-2:00 pm bu Details
Shannon Braun

Catholic Charities

sbraun@covingtoncharities.org

8595818974

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Full Time

Job Title:  Parish Kitchen Associate

Catholic Charities, Diocese of Covington is seeking an Associate for Parish Kitchen. This position is full time, generally 5 days M-F from 7:00 am-2:00 pm but some evening or weekend coverage will be necessary.

Overall Purpose:                   

Parish Kitchen is a Catholic ministry, feeding a nutritious meal seven days a week in a welcoming environment to everyone who comes through our door, including the poor and homeless in our area. The Associate serves a key support role for an effective and well run operation for all our guests and volunteers.  It is critical that the Associate possess good people skills and is comfortable being part of a Catholic faith-based ministry.

 

Educational and Experiential Criteria:

  • Bachelors in a human service field or Associate Degree and 2 years experience
  • Ability to work with the poor and homeless, including those who have addiction and mental health issues. Prior experience desirable.
  • Ability to lift 35-50 pounds
  • Ability to stand for long periods of time
  • Ability to work well with volunteers
  • Ability to work independently but also as a team player
  • Must be practicing Catholic

 

Responsibilities:

  • Assist with meal preparation, including purchasing, planning, preparing and cooking
  • Assists in controlling food costs by watching food production and portions closely
  • Maintain cleanliness of the facility including sweeping, mopping, and organizing freezer and storage.
  • Receive and record donations of food and materials
  • Assist with ordering, recording and reporting government inventory
  • Coordinates and communicates with weekend staff, volunteers and cooks
  • Follow all sanitation and safety guidelines
  • Work with Assistant Manager and Manager in a team setting and cross train.

 

Compensation is based on education and related experience.

Applicant must have a valid driver’s license and insurance.

We offer an excellent benefit package including: 3 weeks paid vacation (adjusted upwards for longevity), 14 holidays, 10 sick days, 2 personal days, single health insurance plan, defined benefit pension plan and be eligible to contribute to the 403b savings plan,  long-term disability, life insurance, business travel mileage and reimbursement for approved expenses.

Equal Opportunity Employer

This job description should not be construed to imply that these requirements are the exclusive standards for the position.  Staff will be expected to perform other related duties as assigned by the supervisor.

Submit resume, including at least three references, along with cover letter and salary history by email or fax to Stephen Koplyay, SPHR skoplyay@covdio.org, 859/392-1589.

Feb 20, 2019 Clinical Director Catholic Charities Full Time Clinical Director of Counseling Programs The Diocese of Covington Catholic Charities is seeking to hire a Clinical Director for our faith- based Counseling Programs. The position is 40 hours per week Details
Shannon Braun

Catholic Charities

sbraun@covingtoncharities.org

8595818974

436 Full Link


Full Time

Clinical Director of Counseling Programs

The Diocese of Covington Catholic Charities is seeking to hire a Clinical Director for our faith- based Counseling Programs. The position is 40 hours per week or 100% FTE with some evening hours.

OVERALL PURPOSE:

Responsible for the administrative and clinical supervision of program staff, including, but not limited to staff coaching, training, accountability and evaluation; programmatic quality and quantity assurance measures, also responsible for some direct service.

 

Educational and Experiential Requirements:

  • Master’s degree with a minimum of five years’ clinical counseling experience. 
  • Licensed Clinical Social Worker – Supervisor by the State of Kentucky Social Work Board (LCSW-S) Certification preferred; or supervisor certification eligible.
  • Management/Supervisory experience required, minimum three to five years related experience preferred.
  • Experience with diverse populations including children, adults, couples, and families, those with mental illness and substance use disorders, life transitions, all income levels, various cultural backgrounds. In addition, interest in Pregnancy Counseling and Adoption Services strongly preferred.
  • Experience with DSM 5.
  • Performs all the duties of an independent therapist and demonstrates an ability to work independently as well as collaborating with other staff.
  • Practicing Roman Catholic.

 

Management and Administrative Duties 75%

Clinical Director of Counseling Services:         

  • Leads counseling programs (Individual/Family, Pregnancy/Adoption, and School Counseling) toward integration and continuous improvement and oversees the development of training and support systems which both strengthen skills and respond to internal and external accountability requirements.
  • Leads the United Way process for program outcomes, reporting and representing agency in meetings, leads the process of program reaccreditation for Council on Accreditation (COA).
  • Participates as a member of the Management Team.

 

Agency/Pregnancy/Adoption Program Supervisor:

  • Oversee staff monthly goal compliance, training, and annual staff evaluations.
  • Assure that clients’ needs are met to the highest degree possible to meet internal and external expectations (case assignment, schools, staff leaves, waiting list, non-traditional hours etc.). 

 

 

Clinical Supervisor

  • Provide ongoing clinical supervision to other Independent licensed staff. This may include group and/or individual supervision.  
  • Maintain an ongoing review of therapeutic services provided by supervised staff, including a quarterly review of service plans for ongoing cases and review of cases that are terminated. 

 

Licensed Clinical Social Worker Supervisor:

  • Provide, over approximately a three (3) year period, the required hours of clinical supervision to staff certified social workers as outlined in the Social Work State Boards.  The norm is generally one hour per week of individual supervision, per supervisee, but varies depending on the specific state board requirements and group hours provided by the trainer.

 

 

Individual/Family Counseling Direct Service Provider 25%  

  • Provide counseling within the outpatient program. Sessions will include screening, assessment, and therapy, with appropriate referral and follow up as needed per client.

We offer an excellent benefit package including: 3 weeks paid vacation (adjusted upwards for longevity), 17 holidays, 10 sick days, 2 personal days, single health insurance plan, defined benefit pension plan and 403b savings plan,  long-term disability, life insurance, business travel mileage and reimbursement for approved expenses.

This job description should not be construed to imply that these requirements are the exclusive standards for the position.  Staff will be expected to perform other related duties as assigned by the supervisor.

Submit resume, including at least three references, along with cover letter and salary history by email to Stephen Koplyay, SPHR skoplyay@covdio.org.

Equal Opportunity Employer

Feb 20, 2019 Mental Health Pregnancy Adoption Counselor Catholic Charities Full Time Job Title: Mental Health and Pregnancy/Adoption Counselor The Diocese of Covington Catholic Charities is seeking to hire a Counselor for our Mental Health and Pregnancy/Adoption Programs. The hours o Details
Shannon Braun

Catholic Charities

sbraun@covingtoncharities.org

8595818974

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Full Time

Job Title: Mental Health and Pregnancy/Adoption Counselor

The Diocese of Covington Catholic Charities is seeking to hire a Counselor for our Mental Health and Pregnancy/Adoption Programs. The hours of this position are negotiable.  A minimum of 24 hours (60% FTE) to 40 hours per week (100%FTE) depending on candidate and qualifications.

Overall Purpose:                  

Staff person performs all the duties of a Licensed Counselor for our general counseling practice serving individuals and families with a partial emphasis on pregnancy and adoption.

 

Educational and Experiential Criteria:

  • Master’s degree required plus three years related experience preferred. 
  • Advanced licensure or certification indicating ability to practice independently or be within one year of that certification, such as LPCC or LCSW. 
  • Experience with diverse populations including children, adults, couples, and families, those with mental illness and substance use disorders, life transitions, all income levels, various cultural backgrounds. In addition, interest in Pregnancy Counseling and Adoption Services strongly preferred.
  • Experience with DSM 5.
  • Performs all the duties of the independent therapist and demonstrates an ability to work independently other than with administrative oversight.
  • Participates in internal and external functions which advance the cause of human services at Catholic Charities and in the community including: advocacy, teaching, participation in planning processes, etc.
  • Practicing Roman Catholic.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Sessions will include assessment, case management, diagnose and therapy to children, families, and adults within the outpatient program; facilitate groups as appropriate.
  • Provide services to pregnant clients, their partners, and/or family including counseling, case management, parenting support, foster care coordination and supervision, referral and advocacy. 
  • Clients referred through labor and delivery, although infrequent, may require on-call flexibility and teamwork to cover evenings or weekends.
  • Provide services to adoptive and prospective adoptive parents, adoptive home studies, placements and follow-up.  Provide community education and training as well as networking with other agencies. 
  • Assist clients in complying with our policies and procedures including but not limited to payment of fees.
  • Maintain the best practices in counseling through consultation and supervision provided by Catholic Charities and other available resources.
  • Keep all records current and in compliance with the quality assurance program and accreditation standards.
  • May require delivery of services off site at collaborating community agencies or schools.
  • Assist with functions that further Catholic Charities’ mission including public speaking at special events, on radio, video, community coalitions, etc.

 

We offer an excellent benefit package including: 3 weeks paid vacation (adjusted upwards for longevity), 14 holidays, 10 sick days, 2 personal days, single health insurance plan, defined benefit pension plan and be eligible to contribute to the 403b savings plan,  long-term disability, life insurance, business travel mileage and reimbursement for approved expenses.

This job description should not be construed to imply that these requirements are the exclusive standards for the position.  Staff will be expected to perform other related duties as assigned by the supervisor.

Submit resume, including at least three references, along with cover letter and salary history by email to Stephen Koplyay, SPHR skoplyay@covdio.org.

Equal Opportunity Employer

Feb 20, 2019 Parish Kitchen Weekend Manager Catholic Charities Part Time Parish Kitchen Weekend Manager(s) Catholic Charities, Diocese of Covington is accepting applications for qualified candidates to help manage and serve at Parish Kitchen on the weekends,  as part Details
Shannon Braun

Catholic Charities

sbraun@covingtoncharities.org

8595818974

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Parish Kitchen Weekend Manager(s)
Catholic Charities, Diocese of Covington is accepting applications for qualified candidates to help manage and serve at Parish Kitchen on the weekends,  as part of a two person team.  Depending on your availability, you could be scheduled as little as once a month, or up to 4 or 5 times per month on Saturdays and/or Sundays.

Compensation: $12.25 per hour. Saturday and Sunday hours for Weekend Managers are 8:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m., as scheduled. Serving hours are 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.

Overall Purpose:
We are looking for individuals who feel a call to serve within the context of this ministry of the Catholic Church, and who are competent to work with the population we serve. The Weekend Managers oversee all aspects of this operation from opening to closing, including food preparation, dining room setup, offering hospitality and creating a welcoming environment, maintaining order in the dining room and respecting all guests, and clean up. Prior experience in one or more of the following would be a strong plus: food service, ministry and social work.

Specific Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Dining room setup, cooking and meal preparation before guests arrive.
  • Following all sanitation and safety guidelines as required by Public Health Department.
  • Supervising 5 – 6 volunteers, and assist in serving of food during serving hours.
  • Setting a welcoming environment and maintaining orderly flow, while respecting all guests and volunteers.
  • Overseeing and assist with final clean up, including utensils, equipment and bathrooms, mop floors, and takes out trash.
  • Communicating with the Parish Kitchen Director whenever issues or concerns arise.


This job description should not be construed to imply that these requirements are the exclusive standards for the position. Staff will be expected to perform other related duties as assigned by the supervisor.

To apply, submit completed application to Shannon Braun at sbraun@covingtoncharities.org by. If you have question please call or email Maria Meyer, the Director of Parish Kitchen at 859-581-7745 or mmeyer@covingtoncharities.org.  

Catholic Charities is an equal employment opportunity.

Feb 19, 2019 Director of Intake and Engagement Services The Children's Home of Cincinnati Full Time The Children's Home of Cincinnati is a private, nonprofit organization and a leading provider of education and mental health treatment for children facing significant social, behavioral and learn Details
Gabrielle Moore

The Children's Home of Cincinnati

gmoore@thechildrenshomecinti.org

513-527-7234

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The Children's Home of Cincinnati is a private, nonprofit organization and a leading provider of education and mental health treatment for children facing significant social, behavioral and learning challenges. Since 1864, The Children's Home of Cincinnati has provided services and programs that transform the lives of children and their families. We are funded through a combination of program fees, government and granted funds, donations, and investment revenue. Our Mission:"Creating lasting results that strengthen families and our community by guiding individuals - from infancy to independence - through comprehensive education, behavioral, and health services."

 

 

 

Definition and Primary Objective:

 

The ideal candidate for the Director of Intake and Engagement Services will be responsible for coordinating, planning and executing system-wide client intake & engagement services. Oversee a data-driven program by collecting, tracking and analyzing trends for optimizing intake and patient engagement activities. Provides strategic oversight and integration of work related to client engagement from intake to discharge. Manages all inquiries/referrals into the agency and ensures proper triage and assessments occur, determines eligibility and benefits, assigns appropriate service/next step, manages utilization of medical management services, and related administrative activities. Ensures exceptional customer service internally and externally.

 

 

 

Reporting Relationships:

 

Reports to: Chief Strategy Officer (Primary); Sr. Director of Behavioral Health (Secondary)

 

Direct reports include: Medical Services Manager, (Olympus) Assessment Coordinator, Financial Specialist, Diagnosticians, Intake and Engagement Supervisor, Care Navigator

 

 

 

Minimum Education, Experience and Other Skill Requirements:

 

  • Masters in social work, counseling or related field who is independently licensed.  Supervision designation (LPCC-S or LISW-S) preferred or obtained during employment. At least 5 years working in children’s behavioral health care required and at least 3 years supervisory experience preferred.  
  • Must possess minimum technical skills including familiarity with Microsoft Windows and ability to use standard Microsoft Office applications.
  • Must have a valid driver’s license, use of a vehicle and proof of valid insurance

 

 

 

Feb 19, 2019 Development Coordinator Pro Bono Partnership of Ohio Part Time Pro Bono Partnership of Ohio is thrilled to expand its team and is seeking a part-time Development Coordinator (approx. 25 hours/week) to oversee its fundraising and development activities. Pro Bono Details
Erin Childs

Pro Bono Partnership of Ohio

info@pbpohio.org


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Pro Bono Partnership of Ohio is thrilled to expand its team and is seeking a part-time Development Coordinator (approx. 25 hours/week) to oversee its fundraising and development activities.

Pro Bono Partnership of Ohio strengthens our community by engaging attorney volunteers to provide nonprofits with free legal services tailored to their business needs. More information about PBPO can be found at www.pbpohio.org.   

Part-Time Development Coordinator Position - Description

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Establish and implement an annual plan for fundraising and development activities in conjunction with the Executive Director and Development Committee of the Board of Directors, and other staff as appropriate.

  • Establish and manage PBPO development calendar and manage grants matrix of potential funders for grant applications and reports.
  • Perform prospect research to identify new revenue sources.

  • Conduct the full range of activities required to prepare, submit, and manage grant proposals and reports to foundation, community fund, private and corporate sources.

  • Manage development efforts in Salesforce database, including inputting donor and gift information and prospects. Produce reports. Maintain accuracy of database via frequent updates.

  • Draft donor and individual contribution letters and acknowledgements.

  • Assist with content maintenance of PBPO website and social media sites.

  • Maintain a good working relationship with board, staff, donors, volunteers and community sources.

  • Work closely and collaborating with other members of PBPO’s team.

  • Perform other duties as directed by the Executive Director.

Knowledge and Skills:

  • Excellent written communication skills; ability to write clear, structured, articulate, and persuasive proposals with strong attention to detail

  • Strong computer skills, including proficiency with Word, Excel, and other computer programs related to duties, as well as social media proficiency; Proficiency in a CRM is preferred. Specific experience in Salesforce is a plus;

  • Knowledge of basic fundraising techniques and strategies; and

  • A professional, customer-focused and responsive manner.

The successful candidate will be able to craft funding proposals in a clear and compelling manner. Excellent writing, analytical, and research skills are essential. Candidates must be self-motivated, detail oriented, highly-organized, and have experience using online databases and other sources to locate biographical, financial, and philanthropic information. Candidates must possess an ability to work well under pressure and the ability to seek and synthesize information and communicate in a compelling and succinct form.  Prior experience with data analytics preferred. Experience with Salesforce is a plus. A solid understanding of budgets as they relate to proposals and grants, and 2 -5 years of relevant experience are required.

Salary range $20-25/hour DOE. Benefits include PTO, a 401(k) plan (with 4% match after 1 year), flexible schedule and some teleworking. Application Guidelines:  Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume as a single PDF file (file name:FirstName_LastName.pdf) in confidence to info@pbpohio.org. In your cover letter, please indicate how you heard about this opportunity.  

Pro Bono Partnership of Ohio is an equal opportunity employer.

Feb 19, 2019 Lead Teacher UC Early Learning Center/NKU Early Childhood Center Full Time Job Summary   The Lead Teacher will work cooperatively with a Co Teacher engaging with a diverse group of children ages three to five years. The UC Early Learning Center is a five star rated pr Details
Kelly Bigham

UC Early Learning Center

ucelc.director@gmail.com

513-961-2825

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Job Summary

 

The Lead Teacher will work cooperatively with a Co Teacher engaging with a diverse group of children ages three to five years. The UC Early Learning Center is a five star rated program with Step Up to Quality and is NAEYC accredited. The NKU Early Childhood Center will be participating in Kentucky's stars program. Both programs are high quality early childhood programs.

 

Responsibilities and Duties

 

The Lead Toddler Teacher is responsible for implementing developmentally appropriate activities aligned with Ohio's Early Learning Development Standards, supported through a nurturing environment within a play based philosophy. The Lead Teacher is responsible for administering screenings and assessments and holding parent teacher conferences. Teachers have the opportunity to mentor college students.

 

Qualifications and Skills

 

A minimum of an Associate's degree in Early Childhood Education required, Bachelor's degree preferred.

 

Benefits

 

The UC Early Learning Center provides medical benefits to the employee at a small cost to the employee, free life insurance, paid holidays from start date, personal days, vacation days, bonus days, paid training and a retirement plan with a company match.

Feb 19, 2019 Sr. Director of IT & Facilities The Children's Home of Cincinnati Full Time The Children's Home of Cincinnati is a private, nonprofit organization and a leading provider of education and mental health treatment for children facing significant social, behavioral and learn Details
Gabrielle Moore

The Children's Home of Cincinnati

gmoore@thechildrenshomecinti.org

5135277234

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Full Time

The Children's Home of Cincinnati is a private, nonprofit organization and a leading provider of education and mental health treatment for children facing significant social, behavioral and learning challenges. Since 1864, The Children's Home of Cincinnati has provided services and programs that transform the lives of children and their families. We are funded through a combination of program fees, government and granted funds, donations, and investment revenue. Our Mission: "Creating lasting results that strengthen families and our community by guiding individuals - from infancy to independence - through comprehensive education, behavioral, and health services."


Definition and Primary Objective:

Ensures streamlined and integrated operation of the IT and Facilities Departments in alignment with the business objectives of the organization. Responsible for oversight, direction, planning, implementation and coordination of all technologies, technical services and physical components of the operations of the organization. Has overall responsibility for the agency-wide information technology infrastructure and physical environments including maintenance, custodial and food service operations.


Minimum Education, Experience and Other Skill Requirements:

Requires a Bachelor's Degree and at least seven years of applicable management experience including five years of leadership experience. Strong technical knowledge of network and PC operating systems and strong interpersonal skills required. Knowledge in Windows, Active Directory, Cisco, Citrix, VMWare, LAN/WAN administration, Microsoft Office, Saas and Database management required. Strong technical knowledge of current network hardware, protocols, and standards required.  Ability to negotiate agreements and manage relationships with vendors, consultants and suppliers required.

 

Dec 31, 1969 Community & Relationship Associate United Way of Greater Cincinnati Full Time   The United Way of Greater Cincinnati’s Southeast Indiana office is seeking an energetic team player to provide measurable impact, initiative and relationship building as part of their fu Details
Pam Haney

United Way of Greater Cincinnati

pam.haney@uwgc.org

5137627197

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The United Way of Greater Cincinnati’s Southeast Indiana office is seeking an energetic team player to provide measurable impact, initiative and relationship building as part of their fundraising efforts to grow local campaign results; provide partner agency support to realize community impact goals in Southeast Indiana.  

KEY AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY:

  • Provide campaign development, customer service, communication and operations support to current, elapsed, and new corporate partners. Develop and implement strategies within assigned portfolio to ensure campaign goals and objectives are attained. Cultivate relationships with key constituents of assigned companies within portfolio and provide ongoing leadership through establishing a campaign cabinet with local volunteers to obtain campaign goals. Participate in regional campaign cabinet meetings and development staff meetings as needed.  Manage email, phone correspondence to the public, volunteers and others related to campaign. Manage database (MSCRM) to meet overall development revenue and engagement goals in Southeast Indiana Counties.
  • Provide support for special events (Volunteer projects, revenue generating events, Day of Action, etc.) and other local efforts that elevate the United Way brand and increase revenue in Dearborn and Ohio Counties. Establish relationships with local agency/community partners to cultivate opportunities for growth in United Way revenue and awareness of collaborative impact in the community. 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent work experience

preferred. Two years of previous fundraising or sales experience preferred.

Demonstrated ability to work with minimal supervision. Ability to create, grow and retain

strong customer relationships. Advanced computer skills, including experience with

Microsoft office products (Office 365, Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint); MSCRM

desired. Public speaking, interpersonal skills, excellent written and verbal

communication skills, and organizational ability to manage work responsibilities is

required. Personal transportation required. Ability to lift 20 pounds. 

Applicants should apply by Thursday, March 21, 2019 via the link below:  

https://goo.gl/XJFwDq 

UWGC is an Equal Opportunity Employer Committed to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion