Date Posted Title Company Type Description  
Jul 15, 2019 Therapist Cancer Family Care Full Time POSITION SUMMARY: Counsel children and adults, handling the impact of cancer, through counseling, education, and  referral in individual, family and/or group settings.  SUPERVISION RECEIVE Details
Holly Eary

Cancer Family Care

heary@cancerfamilycare.org

5137313346

522 Full Link


Full Time

POSITION SUMMARY:

Counsel children and adults, handling the impact of cancer, through counseling, education, and  referral in individual, family and/or group settings. 

SUPERVISION RECEIVED:

Director of Clinical Services or Director of Children’s Services

SUPERVISION EXERCISED:

None

 MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:

  • Master's degree in Social Work or Counseling
  • LISW, LPCC – licensure in Ohio and Kentucky preferred
  • Valid driver's license and automobile with proof of automobile insurance

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Provide direct service: intake, diagnostic assessment and 3 modalities of counseling: individual, family   and group
  • Provide school based or office counseling to children, as needed
  • Coordinate client care with other service providers: advocacy, referrals and case management
  • Cover intake duties as assigned
  • Maintain written and electronic records as prescribed
  • Make educational presentations to community and professional groups as needed
  • Educate allied professionals about CFC services and the impact of serious illness on families
  • Contact prospective referral sources and provide them with information about CFC services
  • Other duties as assigned

 

            

Jul 12, 2019 Business Intelligence Analyst II United Way of Greater Cincinnati Full Time The Business Intelligence (BI) Analyst works with clients to determine business requirements, priorities, define key performance indicators (KPI), and develop BI and data warehouse (DW) strategy. This Details
Pam Haney

United Way of Greater Cincinnati

pam.haney@uwgc.org

5137627197

521 Full Link



Full Time

The Business Intelligence (BI) Analyst works with clients to determine business requirements, priorities, define key performance indicators (KPI), and develop BI and data warehouse (DW) strategy. This includes working with business and development teams to design, and document dashboards, alerts, and reports. This individual is accountable for providing leadership and independent initiatives (low to medium size and complexity) in facilitating and coordinating information gathering, structured documentation and dissemination across the United Way of Greater Cincinnati (UWGC), vendors and other third-parties. They will conduct analyses of functional business processes and functional business requirements and participate in the development of business cases in the support of agency initiatives, process changes and/or Accountability & Technology Services (ATS) projects. 

  1. Collaborates with internal and external customer and ATS partners to plan, design, develop and test BI solutions and analyze business intelligence needs.
  2. Provides input to business requirements, procedures and standards, for the design of solutions and the development of information quality metrics and data modeling.
  3. Designs agency-wide “views” and custom reports and performs analysis for a wide range of business problems and requests, using data in different formats and from various platforms.
  4. Reviews test plans and monitors testing process to ensure that business results are tested.
  5. Train and coach staff and agency partners in their use of Business Intelligence tools and data driving adoption of analytic best practices and self-service.
  6. Manage mission critical business applications with emphasis on data quality, serving as subject matter expert, training users, developing new features, and managing resolution of application issues. 

KEY AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY:

  • Collaborate to develop and improve the Analytics Program. Cultivate relationships with data analytics experts in the community and among vendors, developing working relationships to improve UWGC’s Analytics Program. 
  • Develop and improve Business Intelligence capabilities. Understand business information needs and develop BI capabilities accordingly and consistent with the assigned area of responsibility. 
  • Analyze data to evaluate business impact, identify trends, and identify process gaps to inform decision-making. Methods include statistical analysis, qualitative analysis, needs assessments, gap analyses, feasibility studies, cost analysis, return on investment, and impact evaluation. 
  • Manage mission critical business applications to meet UWGC business needs and improve data quality. Assist users with application issues, and manage issues escalated to vendors to resolution and closure.

COMPETENCIES: Highly self-motivated and directed; strong analytical and problem-solving abilities; absorbs new ideas and concepts quickly; effectively prioritizes and executes tasks in a high-pressure environment; conceptualizes solutions and carries through development to delivery and management of technical application issues; communication and presentation experience presenting ideas in business-friendly and user-friendly terms; works well in a team-oriented, collaborative environment; diversity and inclusion. 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor’s degree and two to five years of relevant experience, or three to seven years equivalent experience, preferably in Economics, Statistics, Informatics, Industrial Engineering / Operations Research, Quantitative Psychology or Sociology.
  • Excellent analytical and reporting applications experience in SAS, SPSS, SQL, Excel, MS Access, Data Visualization, and MS-CRM.
  • Proven analytic skills in analyzing and solving multi-dimensional problems, resulting in a successful track record of leveraging data and analytics to improve decision making.
  • Innovation-oriented and eager learner with a proven history of proposing and developing new solutions.
  • Strong communications skills, including data visualization and effective presentation skills. Proven ability to sell ideas to others.
  • Six Sigma or Lean experience is a plus.
  • Occasional local travel to events within the regional area and nationally. 

Applicants should apply by Friday, July 26, 2019 via the link below: 

https://jobapply.page.link/UB5v

UWGC is an Equal Opportunity Employer Committed to Diversity, Equity

and Inclusion

 

Jul 11, 2019 Clinical Director Cincinnati Union Bethel Full Time The Clinical Director position is full-time, offering a competitive salary and benefits package, including 401k profit sharing; contributory medical insurance; dental and vision insurance; supplementa Details
Lisa Curran

Cincinnati Union Bethel

lcurran@cubcincy.org

513-768-6901

520 Full Link


Full Time

The Clinical Director position is full-time, offering a competitive salary and benefits package, including 401k profit sharing; contributory medical insurance; dental and vision insurance; supplemental insurance; company paid life insurance and short-term & long-term disability; generous paid-time off; and an Employee Assistance Program.

Interested applicants should apply by cover letter and resume to Cincinnati Union Bethel’s Human Resources department:

E-mail: HR@cubcincy.org
Fax: 513-768-6922
Mail: 2401 Reading Road, Cincinnati, OH 45202

Please direct any questions about this posting to: HR@cubcincy.org.

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MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED:

Current possession of a valid LISW-S license in the State of Ohio and a Master’s degree in Social Work from an accredited institution. Minimum of 3-5 years’ experience in the mental health field, specifically working with trauma victims AOD. Cincinnati Union Bethel incorporates principles of trauma informed care in all areas of our Integrated Counseling services. Experience and/or training in these principles and in trauma treatment is required in applicants. Knowledge of a variety of treatment approaches and modalities including: trauma informed, psycho-dynamic, psycho-social, solution focused, family therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, systems approaches, strength based approaches, cognitive behavioral, substance abuse, sex abuse treatment and other evidence based approaches. Must have excellent organizational, time management, and communications skills; ability to work with a challenging population, manage conflict and crisis intervention. Maintain professionalism and good judgment at all times, emotional resilience and emotional stability, and able to collaborate well with others. Ability to gather, record and report clinical data effectively to meet the needs of the agency’s reporting requirements. Requires the demonstrated ability to successfully manage administrative and program tasks and details and effectively supervise staff. Working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications. Proof of valid driver license and auto insurance required for agency travel.

SUMMARY OF WORK PERFORMED:

Provide social work services, including clinical services such as the diagnosis of mental, emotional, behavioral, and addictive disorders, the development of treatment plans, and the provision of psychotherapy; supervise and train staff, and perform administrative work.

SPECIFIC DUTIES INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO:
  • Plan, organize and direct all aspects of clinical services to ensure necessary social work services are provided to inpatients, outpatients, and residents
  • Evaluate existing and future clinical social work service needs in order to develop and establish goals, objectives, and standards for the provision of clinical social work services
  • Direct and supervise Case Managers, interns, students, and clerical staff to implement and evaluate the effectiveness of the programs and policies & procedures
  • Develop programs, policies and procedures pertaining to the delivery of social work services to patients as well as those pertaining to the licensing and certification of professional staff
  • Conduct periodic quality assurance meetings with staff to establish, document, and review quality improvement trends and to implement plans for improvement
  • Develop in-service training activities to increase professional knowledge and skills of staff
  • Collaborate with schools of social work and determine placement of the students within the facility
  • Supervise and conduct mental health assessments, conduct group therapy/individual therapy
  • Oversee treatment plans and provide interventions such as clinical consultation for staff, skill development, and psycho-education for staff and residents
  • Keep detailed, compliant and confidential records of each patient during the course of their treatment
  • Assist Managing Director with compliance of Federal Grant requirements
  • Consult and collaborate effectively with physicians, medical professionals and therapists when appropriate
  • Ensure Off the Streets participant environment is safe, clean and appropriate at all times
  • Maintain confidentiality in all areas for residents, clients, and staff
  • Maintain flexibility in position to respond to priorities in a timely manner
  • Perform other related duties as assigned

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

  • Ability to quickly react and respond to emergency situations
  • Manual dexterity needed for operation of a computer and office machines
  • Move about in the building as needed using stairs and/or elevator when necessary
  • Move/transport items weighing 15-20 pounds
  • Use a vehicle to transport clients


Cincinnati Union Bethel is an equal opportunity employer. All applicants are considered for positions based on qualifications without regard to race, color, religion, ethnicity, sex, sexual orientation, disability, age, national origin or veteran’s status in any manner prohibited by federal and state law. An applicant’s right to privacy shall be respected and the results of inquiries shall be treated in confidence.

Jul 9, 2019 Communications and Outreach Coordinator The LAM Foundation Full Time The LAM Foundation is currently seeking a Communications & Outreach Coordinator. This individual's primary role is to produce and lead communications and outreach activities in support of The Details
Mary Kaser

The LAM Foundation

admin@thelamfoundation.org

513-777-6889

519 Full Link


Full Time

The LAM Foundation is currently seeking a Communications & Outreach Coordinator. This individual's primary role is to produce and lead communications and outreach activities in support of The LAM Foundation’s programs and services. This position will also be responsible for elements of the annual national conference and regional educational meetings. The ideal candidate will have experience with multi-channel communications (digital, print, event) in a healthcare setting. 

Download the full job description HERE. Qualified candidates may apply to ADMIN@THELAMFOUNDATION.ORG

Jul 9, 2019 Executive Director Churches Active in Northside - CAIN Full Time OVERVIEW The board of directors of Churches Active in Northside (CAIN), a faith-based nonprofit, is seeking an experienced nonprofit professional to grow the mission through community-driven partners Details
Anne Maxfield

Anne M. Maxfield, LLC

ammaxfield1@gmail.com

859-261-9677

516 Full Link



Full Time

OVERVIEW

The board of directors of Churches Active in Northside (CAIN), a faith-based nonprofit, is seeking an experienced nonprofit professional to grow the mission through community-driven partnerships. The executive director will report directly to the board of directors and has the responsibility to establish and implement agency strategy to ensure that CAIN remains operationally sound, stays on course with the mission, and sets the tone and culture for the staff, volunteers, funders, affiliated churches, as well as our external partners. He/she will grow the organization strategically – take it to the next level - and engage key stakeholders to achieve greater results.  In addition, the executive director will provide agency oversight, lead six part-time employees, develop/engage a corps of 118 volunteers and subcontractors (as needed), take charge of operations, and manage a ~$400,000 budget.

 

ABOUT CAIN

CAIN, a 501[c][3], faith-based nonprofit established in 1993, is a neighborhood-based ministry that transforms lives and inspires hope by providing nutritious food, crisis assistance, resources, and compassion in a way that respects human dignity and builds a more vibrant community. Our programs and services are designed to improve the lives of our guests -- the many men, women, children, and families we serve through our food pantry, shelter for families, weekly dinners and the myriad ways we support our guests. Learn more at www.cainministry.org or find CAIN on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram as @CAINcincy.

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

Community Engagement

  1. Serve as the “face” for CAIN with funders, affiliated churches, stakeholders, and with community leaders. Ensure that CAIN is involved and aware of local and national initiatives regarding poverty, food pantries, shelter best practices, and social services.
  2. Enhance CAIN’s image by being active and visible in the community; create and cultivate connections with other nonprofit leaders, current affiliated churches, and others who have an interest in CAIN’s mission.

 

Financial Management & Operations

  1. Oversee and implement actions to ensure that the actions of CAIN are consistent with best practices, including, but not limited to: balanced budget, proper operational and human resource policies/procedures and compliance to said policies, oversee the audit process, operate within the confines of each fiscal year budget, and other activities that ensure the fiscal integrity of CAIN.
  2. Evaluate budgetary needs of CAIN and connect these needs to the various programs/services so each has the proper resources to succeed.
  3. Responsible for the effective and efficient administration of CAIN’s operations including staffing requirements, performance management system, coach staff to performance, facilities, safety/security of staff, volunteers and guests.

 

Governance

  1. Collaborate and serve as the executive liaison to the board of directors in fulfilling CAIN’s direction as established by the board. This will be accomplished through communication, reporting, attending relevant meetings of the board and/or board committees, and the administrative function for the board (agendas, etc.).
  2. Provide reports to the board at regular meetings that illustrate progress to strategic plan goals and objectives.
  3. Maintain official board records and documents; ensure compliance with local, state and federal regulations (501[c][3]).
  4. Identify, assess and inform the board of internal and external issues that may affect CAIN’s funding, mission-fulfillment, image, and reputation.

Mission & Strategy

  1. Collaborate with board, volunteers, affiliate churches and staff to ensure mission-fulfillment through programs, strategic planning, and community outreach.
  2. Implement a robust outcome management system to track data and evaluate program effectiveness/impact (financial and otherwise). Incorporate best practices into the process and system.
  3. Provide oversight to all programs and services to ensure relevancy, effectiveness, and efficiency. Monitor day-to-day delivery of all services and ensure they continue to be reflective of the guests’ needs and board priorities.

 

Philanthropy, Volunteerism, & Development

  1. Nurture a culture of philanthropy where board, staff, and volunteers understand the importance of connecting people with charitable resources to CAIN’s mission. 
  2. Increase annual revenue consistent with strategic goals through fundraising.
  3. Research grant funding sources, oversee the annual development plan, write grants and proposals, cultivate donors, and participate in fundraising events.
  4. Identify, cultivate, steward, track, and request funds from donors and prospective donors.
  5. Ensure that there is a solid corps of volunteers to assist with mission-fulfillment.
  6. Learn and utilize nonprofit fundraising best practices to ensure donor intent, ethical fundraising, and raise needed funds for new programs and services.

 

POSITION REQUIREMENTS/EXPERIENCE

  1. Embodies the values of CAIN.
  2. Demonstrated success in nonprofit fundraising.
  3. Bachelor degree preferred with five years’ experience in the nonprofit sector. If candidate does not have a bachelor’s degree, consideration will be given to applicants with ten years’ nonprofit experience. All candidates must have demonstrated senior leadership experience and people management skills.
  4. Excellent communication skills, both oral and written; effective listener. Ability to tell the CAIN story to diverse audiences.
  5. Keen understanding of the important relationship between the executive director and the governing board.
  6. Proven experience with initiating, growing and cultivating strategic partnerships and collaborations.
  7. Operations experience (budget, staff management, facilities, policies/procedures, outreach, etc.).

 

TIMELINE & RECRUITMENT/APPLICATION PROCESS

7/08/2019 – 8/5/2019     Recruitment of potential candidates for executive director of CAIN

7/15/2019 – 8/23/2019   Phase I: Interview with Lucy Crane, search committee chair and Anne Maxfield, who is conducting the search

9/5/2019 & 9/11/2019   Phase II: Interview with the search committee

10/12/2019                    Phase III: Interview with the board of directors and key staff

Week of 10/14/2019       Offer made | reference check | background check

Mid-November                Onboard as the new executive director for CAIN

 

Note: The recruitment process, position description, dates, and processes may be adjusted as needed. Top candidates may be asked to take a trio of assessments – DiSC. DiSC is a personal assessment tool used to learn about work productivity, teamwork, and communication.

Cover Letter & Resume Submission Instructions

All candidates’ interest and submission will remain confidential

Qualified candidates should submit their cover letter and resume to:
Anne M. Maxfield at ammaxfield1@gmail.com, who is managing the search. ALL candidate cover letters and resumes will be carefully reviewed and each will receive confirmation of receipt from Anne. Only those candidates who will be invited to Phase I interviews will receive a second communication.

 

Again, this is a confidential process. Thank you for your interest in CAIN. 

 

CAIN provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.

Jul 5, 2019 College and Career Mentor Coordinator Cincinnati Youth Collaborative Full Time This exciting role partners the skills set of mentoring with that of the TRIO Talent Search program. As a full time opportunity it comes with a full benefits package including choice of medical, fsa/h Details
Billie Sue Toepfer

Cincinnati Youth Collaborative

btoepfer@cycyouth.org

5133635212

515 Full Link



Full Time

This exciting role partners the skills set of mentoring with that of the TRIO Talent Search program. As a full time opportunity it comes with a full benefits package including choice of medical, fsa/hsa availabilities, dental, vision, 401-K with company match, company paid life, short and long term disability insurances as well as extensive paid time off programs.   

Jul 5, 2019 Career Specialist Cincinnati Youth Collaborative Full Time Cincinnati Youth Collaborative has 2 openings for Career Specialists working within our Jobs for Cincinnati Graduates program. These roles are full-time and come with a full benefits package including Details
Billie Sue Toepfer

Cincinnati Youth Collaborative

btoepfer@cycyouth.org

5133635212

514 Full Link



Full Time

Cincinnati Youth Collaborative has 2 openings for Career Specialists working within our Jobs for Cincinnati Graduates program. These roles are full-time and come with a full benefits package including choice of medical plan, availability of fsa/hsa accounts, dental, vision, company paid life, short and long term disability insurances, 401-K with a company match, extensive paid time off programs and more. 

Jul 1, 2019 Volunteer Coordinator Cincinnati Youth Collaborative Full Time Cincinnati Youth Collaborative has an exciting opportunity for a Volunteer Coordinator. This full time position comes with a benefits plan including choice of medical, fsa, hsa, dental, vision, compan Details
Billie Sue Toepfer

Cincinnati Youth Collaborative

hr@cycyouth.org

5133635212

513 Full Link



Full Time

Cincinnati Youth Collaborative has an exciting opportunity for a Volunteer Coordinator. This full time position comes with a benefits plan including choice of medical, fsa, hsa, dental, vision, company paid life, short and long term disabiltiy insurances, 401-K with company match, extensive paid time off benefits and more. 

Jun 28, 2019 Manager of Special Projects World Affairs Council - Cincinnati & Northern Kentucky Full Time This is an extraordinary full time position for an individual with an interest in international affairs, event planning, and development. Details
Michelle Harpenau

World Affairs Council - Cincinnati & Northern Kentucky

apply@cincyworldaffairs.org

8594488984

512 Full Link



Full Time

This is an extraordinary full time position for an individual with an interest in international affairs, event planning, and development.

Jun 28, 2019 Director of Operations Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati Full Time Director of Operations / Law Firm Administration – Cincinnati, Ohio June 10, 2019   The Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati (“Legal Aid”) seeks a talented Director of Ope Details
Susie Barber

Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati

staffing@lascinti.org


511 Full Link



Full Time

Director of Operations / Law Firm Administration – Cincinnati, Ohio

June 10, 2019

 

The Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati (“Legal Aid”) seeks a talented Director of Operations/Law Firm Administrator to manage general office operations, technology, administrative support, and facilities for a 40+ attorney not-for-profit law firm. This is a full-time, exempt position, reporting to the Executive Director.Legal Aid serves clients in Brown, Butler, Clermont, Clinton, Hamilton, Highland, and Warren Counties in Southwest Ohio. With two full-service law offices (downtown Cincinnati and Hamilton, Ohio), a budget of $9 million, and a staff of about 95, including 40 attorneys and 15 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. This position offers a committed, hardworking professional the opportunity to apply skills and talents in an organization that helps over 10,000 families each year.

 

The Director of Operations is a member of Legal Aid’s senior management team. Success in the position requires strong leadership and project management skills, and the ability to motivate staff, nurture lateral relationships, and communicate effectively with all levels of staff, volunteers and Board members.

 

The Director of Operations also manages external relationships including vendors, tenants of the Community Law Center Building, consultants, and colleagues in the legal and non-profit communities.

 

Job Requirements

 

  • Bachelor’s Degree in related field; advanced degree preferred;

  • 6+ years management/leadership in professional or non-profit organization;

  • Supervisory and teambuilding experience;

  • Experience with and conversant in Information Technology;

  • Strong interpersonal skills;

  • Organized and able to prioritize work;

  • Able to effectively coordinate/carryout multiple projects and responsibilities, and   work ahead of deadlines;

  • Strong attention to detail and accuracy.

    Compensation and Benefits

    Competitive starting salary commensurate with background and experience. Excellent benefits including individual or family healthcare insurance, employer-paid life and disability insurance, employer-funded retirement plan, generous paid time off. 

    Application Process

                Qualified candidates must submit the listed items, as Word or pdf documents, by email to staffing@lascinti.org. The Subject Line should read: Operations Hiring Committee.

  1. Cover letter specific to interest in joining Legal Aid;

  2. Current resume, with best telephone and email contact information; and,

  3. Contact information for three professional references.

    This position is open until filled.

    All applications will be acknowledged; please do not call.­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­ The Legal Aid Society is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate because of age, race, sex, religion, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, or disability.

The Mission of the Legal Aid Society is to resolve legal problems of low-income people, promote economic and family stability, and reduce poverty through effective legal assistance. Additional information is available on our website, where you can also find the Legal Aid Society’s Annual Report, at www.lascinti.org.

Jun 25, 2019 Program Coordinator - Part Time Leadership Council for Nonprofits Part Time Do you enjoy working in/with the nonprofit sector?  Would you love to help other nonprofits fulfill their missions?  Are you good at managing details, planning events/programs, and meeting p Details
Jenny Berg

Leadership Council for Nonprofits

info@leadershipcouncil.us

5135543060

510 Full Link


Part Time

Do you enjoy working in/with the nonprofit sector?  Would you love to help other nonprofits fulfill their missions?  Are you good at managing details, planning events/programs, and meeting people?

Then the Program Coordinator position might just be the way to match your purpose with your skill set!

This part time position has built in flexibility both in hours, and working location.  We are a small and mighty team, and our programs and membership continue to grow.  So if you like a fast paced, and flexible environment, contact me!

Check out the details on the attached PDF.

Jun 24, 2019 Administrative Coordinator Mayerson Academy Full Time Details
Joe Moorman

Mayerson Academy

moorman.joe@mayersonacademy.org

5134754101

509 Full Link



Full Time

Jun 19, 2019 Communications Manager United Way of Greater Cincinnati Full Time The Communications Manager will be responsible for implementing the communications and marketing strategy including setting the organizational tone and voice; overseeing all copywriting and editing, w Details
Pam Haney

United Way of Greater Cincinnati

pam.haney@uwg.org

513-762-7197

507 Full Link



Full Time

The Communications Manager will be responsible for implementing the communications and marketing strategy including setting the organizational tone and voice; overseeing all copywriting and editing, while producing a variety of communication tools for multiple audiences. The Communications Manager will develop and manage trusting relationships with multiple external and internal stakeholders, including reporters/journalists and sector influencers, and oversee the strategic media relations in order to advance United Way’s story of community leadership and impact.   

KEY AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY:         

 Strategic Communications

  • Experience implementing holistic communications strategy across marketing, public relations, media relations, digital, event marketing, and crisis management
  • Ability to translate complex content into engaging messages that resonate with the target audience
  • Foster a data-drive decision making process within the Engagement and Marketing team, and the entire organization
  • Proven ability to build and execute strategies and driving revenue effectively and efficiently
  • Lead the media relations strategy for the organization

Digital Marketing

  • Able to drive and implement digital marketing strategies, with a special focus on customer engagement, social media, planning and analytics
  • Skilled to generate customer’s insights through research, digital experiments and data-collection

Corporate Communications

  • Develop a consistent organizational voice, brand standards, and messaging across all external communications
  • Experienced working with internal and external stakeholders

Content Creation and Management

  • Lead the creative process and development of all content across all communications mediums
  • Create compelling, emotional stories that inspire and motivate others to engage with United Way
  • Possess editor capabilities - write, present, modify copy, and proofread materials
  • Experienced producing a variety of content deliverables, including blog posts, articles, white papers, podcasts, videos, webinars, infographics, social media chatter and media relations materials

Customer Relations & Insights

  • Well-connected within our local community and capable of inspiring local influencers and community leaders
  • Effectively leverage communications to drive revenue, influence consumer behavior, and build relationships
  • Create authentic relationships, in person and in written form with multiple stakeholders
  • Proven experience on leveraging community engagement events to strategically grow an organization’s culture
  • Create captivating experiences to enable our audiences to engage in authentic dialogue about United Way

Leadership and management

  • The individual will be an experiential marketing leader and a change agent capable of driving growth
  • Create a collaborative environment for the Engagement & Marketing Team
  • Serve on and/or staff cross-functional committees and teams in support of the organization’s mission and goals
  • Demonstrated ability to work flexibly as part of a team with a strong consultant and service-oriented approach in project, time and budget management skills
  • Serve as a team facilitator, with proven ability to plan/prioritize, develop and deliver results
  • Experienced at engaging and inspiring audiences, along with excellent presentation skills

 MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience not required but preferred
  • 5 years of experience in similar editorial, content marketing, content strategy or content curation role; previous experience managing other employees
  • Journalism, PR/communication and/or professional writing/storytelling background
  • Agency or publishing experience preferred
  • Excellent interpersonal communications skills with an acute attention to detail
  • Demonstrated ability to apply marketing / communications tactics to broad organizational strategies
  • Advanced computer skills, including mastery of all major Microsoft office products (specifically Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
  • Superior writing and editing skills; knowledge of AP style; ability to write in a variety of styles/voices
  • Ability to exercise good judgment and work well under pressure; adaptable to changing priorities and demonstrated ability to mobilize resources and act quickly
  • Passionate to work with the community, street and popular cultures
  • Occasional local travel to events within the regional area

 COMPETENCIES:

Innovation and forward-thinking, Measurable Impact, Accountability, Communication Skills, Relationship Building, Time and project management, Initiative, Organizational and strategic planning

 Applicants should apply by Wednesday, July 3, 2019 via the link below:  

https://jobapply.page.link/71q8 

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

Jun 17, 2019 Digital Content Lead United Way of Greater Cincinnati Full Time The Digital Content Lead will lead digital content marketing strategy to ensure consistent and effective external messaging via all digital platforms through marketing and communications support for t Details
Pam Haney

United Way of Greater Cincinnati

pam.haney@uwg.org

5137627197

508 Full Link



Full Time

The Digital Content Lead will lead digital content marketing strategy to ensure consistent and effective external messaging via all digital platforms through marketing and communications support for the Impact 2020 business objectives.

KEY AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY:

Develops, manages, and monitors organization-wide digital media strategy

  • Creates documented tone and voice for consistent digital presence
  • Creates and curate content in accordance with strategic communications plan
  • Manages daily posts and engagement and monitors content daily
  • Provides or supervises live social media coverage at key events
  • Stays up to date on latest social media best practices and trends; advises latest platforms, tools
  • Trains staff on best practices
  • Develop and maintain relationships with digital media stakeholders such as influencers, bloggers, journalist, others 

Provides leadership and development on all external digital communication

  • Plans, writes, and builds monthly e-newsletter; creates quarterly editorial calendar
  • Supports Eventbrite builds and corresponding event emails via Click Dimensions; proofs all Eventbrite pages and event emails created by other staff; advises on best practices
  • Supports content and management for online giving platform 

Leads development of digital content and online giving platform (Salesforce Philanthropy Cloud - SPC)

  • Develops and oversees content to be curated for SPC
  • Creates quarterly editorial calendar
  • Writes and manages content for SPC posts; proofs and formats staff contributed content 
  • Creates sharing strategy for all posts to maximize exposure 

Serves as marketing lead on all SPC content and ensures up-to-date online presence

  • Develops and manages quarterly editorial calendar for SPC linked content to webmaster with focus on fresh, current, engaging content
  • Regularly audits all SPC content to ensure accurate and up-to-date; corrects and updates content as needed  

Tracks, measures, and reports all digital results and outcomes

  • Provides monthly updates to Marketing Dashboard on stats for SPC usage, readership, and activity 

COMPETENCIES: Manage internal and external relationships, Measurable impact, Accountability, Initiative, Time/project management, Communication 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: 

  • Bachelor’s degree in communications/marketing, journalism or related field and minimum five years experience with digital/social media communications with demonstrated results or equivalent experience not required but preferred
  • Minimum of three years creating social content
  • Minimum of two years of creative writing and experience in Community Management experience with marketing & analytics
  • Proven media planning/relations skills and social media content/channel management experience
  • Ability to set and sort priorities and maintain confidentiality
  • Strategic thinking and ability to apply marketing/ communications tactics to broad organizational strategies. Strong writing, editing, planning and relationship management skills
  • Excellent written/oral communication, presentation, editing, graphic arts, copywriting experience
  • Ability to work a flexible schedule that could include night, weekend and event hours
  • Proficient in Mac OS & Microsoft Office
  • Ability to work independently while keeping management informed of progress
  • Ability to multitask, prioritize work, and meet tight deadlines with a flawless result focus
  • Ability to lift to 20 pounds
  • Occasional local travel to events within the regional area 

Applicants should apply by Wednesday, July 3, 2019 via the link below:  

https://jobapply.page.link/8MDe 

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