Date Posted Title Company Type Description  
Dec 13, 2019 CEO Adopt A Class Full Time POSITION TITLE: CEO, Adopt A Class THE OPPORTUNITY:  Are you ready to lead an organization into its next phase of growth and community impact? Are you committed to inspire hope and a future Details
Michele Plessinger

Gilman Partners

mailto:mplessinger@gilmanpartners.com


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POSITION TITLE: CEO, Adopt A Class

THE OPPORTUNITY: 

  • Are you ready to lead an organization into its next phase of growth and community impact?
  • Are you committed to inspire hope and a future vision of possibilities for the PreK-8 student population in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky?
  • Do you enjoy being the face of an organization with business leaders, school districts, community partners and donors?
  • Can you develop and execute strategy with a talented and passionate team and committed Board of Directors?

CLIENT SUMMARY:

The Cincinnati region has the 5th highest rate of childhood poverty in the US.  Our client, Adopt A Class Foundation (AAC), is working to end this epidemic by bringing career-focused, school-based mentoring to 6,000+ children every year.  AAC’s mission is to facilitate personal, sustained connections between members of the business and civic community and the students in PreK-8th grades.  The purpose for doing this is two-fold: provide positive role models who help develop practical and social skills with the students and enhance their knowledge and understanding of career and educational opportunities; Mentors do this while building a culture of philanthropy and teamwork for businesses.   The group mentoring experience inspires hope and a future vision of what is possible for the youth in our community.

AAC has 2,500+ volunteer mentors from companies throughout our community and serves 32 schools in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky.  AAC seeks to transform lives and strengthen communities through the engagement of tomorrow’s workers.

 

JOB SUMMARY:  

The CEO of Adopt A Class Foundation is a high energy, sales/development focused individual who leads and manages all aspects of the organization.  He/she is responsible for the organization’s consistent achievement of its mission and financial objectives. The CEO achieves this through consistent high engagement at the C-Level within companies and through the team of 4 full-time staff members.   This position has one direct report (COO) and reports to a 19-member Board of Directors. 

 

KEY JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

Leadership & Management

  • Develop and implement the next strategic plan, in conjunction with the Board, which achieves the organization’s mission and demonstrates sustainability and consistent and timely progress
  • Provide leadership in developing programs, organizational and financial plans with the Board and staff, and carry out plans and policies authorized by the Board
  • Keep the Board fully informed on the condition of the organization and all-important factors influencing it; work cooperatively with the Board, including participation in Board and Executive Committee meetings (and other Board sub-committees as requested and/or appropriate)
  • Responsible for overseeing the recruitment, employment, record keeping, management, and evaluation of all staff 
  • Maintain an effective team of staff with an eye towards succession where applicable; encourage staff development and education
  • In conjunction with the Board, recruit and orient potential Board members

Programs

  • Oversee all programs to ensure they are meeting stated objectives, following applicable policies, and effectively furthering the organization’s mission
  • Work with Program Director and other staff and/or volunteers on evaluating, improving, and expanding programming
  • Maintain a working knowledge of significant developments and trends in the field

Development

  • Ensure that adequate funds (including money from grants, individual donations, events, and other fundraising efforts) are available to permit the organization to carry out its work
  • Responsible for grant writing, donor solicitation and engagement efforts, events, and other fundraising efforts

Communications

  • Represent, publicize, and advocate AAC and its programs to agencies, organizations, the press, and the general public, including through presentations, media interviews, and meetings with individual and groups 
  • Establish sound working relationships and cooperative arrangements with community groups and organizations
  • With the marketing communication team lead, manage the creation of marketing and external communications, including Annual Reports, promotional materials, and newsletters

Operations & Administration

  • Develop and maintain annual operating budget; responsible for ensuring the organization is operating within budget guidelines
  • Develop and maintain sound financial practices.  Responsible for financial and accounting matters, including accounting of all revenue and expenses and review of monthly and annual financial reports
  • Ensure that sound human resource practices are in place and with the COO, handle all human resources matters
  • Ensure maintenance of official records and documents, and ensure compliance with federal, state and local regulations

IDEAL CANDIDATES’ QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:

  • Demonstrated passion for the organization’s mission
  • Strong business acumen, with overall management and P&L responsibility for a non-profit agency or business entity
  • Experienced and comfortable with being the face of an organization with business leaders, school districts, community agencies, donors, students, and a variety of stakeholders to increase awareness and commitment
  • Meaningful fundraising success with major gifts, capital campaigns, and foundations
  • Robust network of business and community leaders in the region
  • Multiple years of demonstrated leadership experience, including experience leading and developing staff
  • Demonstrated success working with an engaged board
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including strong public speaking
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Superior organizational and planning skills, including the ability to multi-task and complete a    varied set of tasks in a timely manner (willingness to wear multiple “hats”)
  • Comfortable working in small team atmosphere
  • Strong computer skills, including proficiency with Word, Excel, and other computer programs related to duties, as well as social media proficiency
  • A Bachelor's degree
  • Experience and a proven track record in development, including grant research/writing, annual funds, donor engagement and cultivation, donor databases, and/or event planning

Preferred

  • Experience with program evaluation and development
  • Experience with strategic planning and execution
  • Nonprofit experience

PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES:

  • Driven
  • Flexible
  • Passionate
  • High EQ
  • Good listener

For more information, send a brief cover letter and resume to:

Michele Plessinger   mplessinger@gilmanpartners.com or

Barry Elkus              belkus@gilmanpartners.com

Dec 12, 2019 Practice Facilitator The Health Collaborative Full Time GENERAL DESCRIPTION The Practice Facilitator reports to the Sr. Manager, Practice Transformation and is responsible for the ongoing training, support, consultation and monitoring for practices as eac Details
Nicci Weber

The Health Collaborative

nweber@healthcollab.org

513-878-2870

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Full Time

GENERAL DESCRIPTION

The Practice Facilitator reports to the Sr. Manager, Practice Transformation and is responsible for the ongoing training, support, consultation and monitoring for practices as each strives for clinical and operational changes necessary to achieve optimal quality and efficiency improvements for delivery of health-oriented, patient-centered, value-based care. This position requires the ability to work with cohorts using QI methods and clinical expertise to identify opportunities for improvement as well as teach, coach and monitor progress aligned to various contracts and initiatives. The position requires the ability to work with various data sets to interpret and analyze clinical quality outcomes, review data collection processes for standardization and optimization, and promote data efficacy for improvement at the practice level. This position requires the ability to function as a liaison between each of the partner practices, the Practice Facilitation Team, and other technical assistance consultants associated with the program and other practice improvement initiatives.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES

Dec 6, 2019 Researcher Design Impact Full Time Researcher Role The researcher serves as an essential member of our team, leading the development and implementation of DI’s research capabilities. Specifically, the researcher is responsible f Details
Design Impact

Design Impact

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Researcher Role

The researcher serves as an essential member of our team, leading the development and implementation of DI’s research capabilities. Specifically, the researcher is responsible for weaving Community Based Participatory Action research (CBPAR) methodology into the body of larger social change processes, producing deep insights into human behavior and systems that inform strategic action. The researcher also manages projects from start to finish, including leading teams, managing partner relationships, and ensuring that projects meet partners’ needs and achieve equitable outcomes.


Responsibilities

The core responsibilities of this position are outlined below. However, because we are a small team, every member must be comfortable wearing many hats, including some administrative responsibilities.

Research Design + Implementation

• Develop appropriate research strategy and methods per project goals with partners
• Conduct in-depth interviews, ethnographies, focus groups, participant observations and more
• Weave Community Based Participatory Action Research (CBPAR) methodologies into broader, interdisciplinary social change processes
• Apply CBPAR and other research methodologies to deepen equitable approaches
• Collect and make sense of insights, identifying opportunities for strategic action

Staff and Organizational Development

• Identify gaps in staff capabilities related to research, insights, and sensemaking practices
• Train and advise staff and others on appropriate research methods and activities; particularly best practices in CBPAR and other inclusive and creative research methodologies
• Develop new processes, tools, or practices that improve the quality of DI’s research insights and practices

Facilitation + Consultation

• Work closely with DI staff to design and deliver program content
• Create engaging learning environments
• Facilitate participant growth and skill development
• Provide oversight and feedback to program participants
• Consult partners on research-related issues and processes, redirecting as necessary

Program + Process Design

• Adapt DI’s current processes and content to specific organizational and community environments
• Design the content of new tools and materials including presentations, workbooks, and facilitator guides
• Develop new processes that increase the impact of work
• Co-design programs and projects with partners

Partnership Development

• Build and grow professional relationships with clients and program partner
• Deepen the trust between DI and community partners and strengthen DI’s role as bridge-builders
• Identify and develop relationships with potential partners
• Participate in creating proposals outlining the scope of work and deliverables

Project Management

• Maintain clear and consistent communication with all stakeholders
• Manage multiple projects simultaneously (budget, hours, stakeholder relationships, timeline)
• Meet or exceed deliverable expectations as outlined by client
• Keep all project stakeholders on task, moving in the right direction
• Evaluate project progress on an ongoing basis, see gaps, and adjust activities accordingly
• Delegate to and engage DI staff members and volunteers effectively

All DI team members are expected to contribute to the whole, including things
such as:

• Stepping in where needed, willingness to be flexible
• Building strong relationships with the rest of the team and with partners
• Maintaining clear and consistent written, verbal, and visual communication with all team members
• Actively engaging in internal learning sessions, staff check-ins, and all project-related work


Qualifications

We’re looking for someone flexible, resourceful, and thrives in a fast-paced, non-traditional environment. This person demonstrates a learning mindset and the ability to receive feedback, self-reflect, and pivot. The right candidate is excited by cross-disciplinary collaborations and is comfortable working across all areas of our Theory of Change, including equity, leadership, and creativity.

In addition to research capabilities, ideal candidates will also bring a deep skill that is relevant to our theory of change and adds value to our approach and practice (ex: evaluation, socially engaged art and design, organizational change, process facilitation, leadership development, etc.)

Finally, we’re seeking a teammate that strives towards equitable systems, more connected communities, and relationships with people from various economic and geographic backgrounds.

Ideal candidates have:

• A minimum of 8+ years of relevant, professional experience
• A master’s or doctoral degree with a focus on community-based research
• Significant fieldwork completed in community-based research practice
• Deep working knowledge of systemic inequity and/or social change practices
• Experience working with nonprofits, philanthropy, policymakers, and/or communities affected by poverty
• A passion for change at community, organizational, and systems levels
• Experience in facilitating creative learning environments with large and small groups
• Experience consulting and/or advising groups on change processes
• Excellent written communication skills; fluency in Spanish is a plus
• Strong verbal communication skills with large groups and interpersonal
• A genuine and demonstrable interest in interdisciplinary work and intercultural collaborations
• Ability to lead diverse teams
• Ability to work independently; self-motivated and responsible with minimal supervision
• A positive attitude with the desire to work with people from various backgrounds
• Ability to work through conflict honestly and openly
• Ability to provide and accept clear, direct feedback


Timing, Compensation, and Benefits

The position would begin in mid-March 2020 and is a full-time position. This position currently pays $60-70,000 per year, depending on experience. Selected candidates are eligible for health, vision, dental, and retirement benefits upon the start date. DI takes pride in cultivating a healthy and balanced work culture, including a 36-hour, 4-day workweek, a casual and collaborative office environment, and yearly professional development funds.


Equal Employment Opportunity Policy

DI is an equal opportunity employer. We enthusiastically accept our responsibility to make employment decisions without regard to race, color, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, ancestry, religion, disability, veteran/military status, citizenship status, pregnancy, childbirth and related medical conditions, lactation/breastfeeding, genetic information all as defined by applicable law and or any other classification protected by applicable federal, state, and local laws and ordinances. Our management is dedicated to ensuring the fulfillment of this policy with respect to hiring, placement, promotion, transfer, demotion, layoff, termination, recruitment advertising, pay, and other forms of compensation, training, and general treatment during employment.


Apply

Visit d-impact.org/jobs for instructions on submitting your application. Candidates
with lived experience of those most impacted by inequities strongly encouraged to
apply. We look forward to hearing from you.

Note: Design Impact cannot sponsor applicants for work visas at this time

Dec 6, 2019 Part-Time Administrator Design Impact Part Time Part-Time Administrator Role The Part-time Administrator serves as an essential member of our team to perform tasks related to general operations, communications, and partnership development. The adm Details
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Design Impact

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Part-Time Administrator Role

The Part-time Administrator serves as an essential member of our team to perform tasks related to general operations, communications, and partnership development. The administrator works in collaboration with our internal squads, including Run a Tight Ship (general operations), Share Our Stories (communications), and Develop Strong Partners (partnership development).

 

Responsibilities

Team Support

• Manage data entry for Salesforce and ClickTime
• Support the management of Box, DI’s internal tool and activity library
• Provide copy editing support for proposals
• Coordinate project logistics as needed, such as recruiting for interviews and ordering food
• Book staff travel as needed
• Manage ClickTime updates (adding vacation balances annually, closing projects, loading projects to forecast, pulling monthly forecast report)

Communications/Partnership Development

• Work with the Share Our Stories squad to provide content creation and copy editing for social media, website, blog, newsletter
• Support event planning and coordination for community events
• Manage relationships with printing vendors and obtain pricing for print collateral, etc.
• Take photos at DI events
• Manage communication mailing lists through MailChimp and Salesforce

Office Administration

• Order and maintain supplies
• Support hiring processes, including establishing a timeline and rubric, responding to applicants, and coordinating staff calendars
• Support new hire orientation processes
• Lead celebration committee, which includes planning staff birthdays, anniversaries, etc.
• Record donations and sending thank you letters to donors
• Capture board minutes at meetings
• Check, sort, prepare, and distribute mail/deliveries daily
• All DI team members are expected to contribute to the whole, including things such as:
• Stepping in where needed, willingness to be flexible
• Building strong relationships with the rest of the team and with partners
• Maintaining clear and consistent written, verbal, and visual communication with all team members
• Actively engaging in internal learning sessions, staff check-ins, and all project-related work

Qualifications

We’re looking for someone who is flexible, resourceful, and thrives in a fast-paced,
non-traditional environment. This person demonstrates a learning mindset and
comfort with self-reflection. Finally, they strive towards equitable systems, more
connected communities, and relationships with people from various economic and
geographic backgrounds.

Additionally, candidates will bring:

• High school diploma, Associates degree, or Bachelor degree in Business,
• Communications, or a related field
• Experience working in an office environment (a plus if you have previous experience working in a nonprofit, design, or social justice organization)
• Strong written and verbal communication skills; fluency in Spanish is a plus
• A genuine and demonstrable interest in interdisciplinary work and intercultural collaborations
• Ability to work independently; self-motivated and responsible with minimal supervision
• A positive attitude with the desire to work with people from various backgrounds
• Ability to work through conflict honestly and openly
• Ability to provide and accept clear, direct feedback
• Familiarity with QuickBooks Online, Box, ClickTime, Salesforce, or Mailchimp a plus

Timing, Compensation, and Benefits

The administrator role is a part-time position (roughly 18 hours/week). While we are flexible how these hours are spent during the week , a predictable, set schedule is required. This position is exempt and currently pays $25,000 per year. We also take pride in cultivating a healthy and balanced work culture, including a compressed workweek, a casual and collaborative office environment, and yearly professional development funds.


Equal Employment Opportunity Policy

DI is an equal opportunity employer. We enthusiastically accept our responsibility to make employment decisions without regard to race, color, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, ancestry, religion, disability, veteran/military status, citizenship status, pregnancy, childbirth and related medical conditions, lactation/breastfeeding, genetic information all as defined by applicable law and or any other classification protected by applicable federal, state, and local laws and ordinances. Our management is dedicated to ensuring the fulfillment of this policy with respect to hiring, placement, promotion, transfer, demotion, layoff, termination, recruitment advertising, pay, and other forms of compensation,
training, and general treatment during employment.


Apply

Visit d-impact.org/jobs for instructions on submitting your application. Candidates
with lived experience of those most impacted by inequities strongly encouraged to
apply. We look forward to hearing from you.

Note: Design Impact cannot

Nov 26, 2019 Chief Operating Officer Great Parks of Hamilton County Full Time Want to work with a great group who is passionate about outdoor education, recreation, and conservation? Then you should join the Great Parks team! Great Parks of Hamilton County is seeking a Chief O Details
Jill Frazer

Great Parks of Hamilton County

jfrazer@greatparks.org

513-521-7275

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Full Time

Want to work with a great group who is passionate about outdoor education, recreation, and conservation? Then you should join the Great Parks team!

Great Parks of Hamilton County is seeking a Chief Operating Officer to serve as mentor and team builder to the senior leadership team and to plan the overall operation of assigned divisions and departments. The COO works with the Chief Executive Officer to implement the Great Parks' vision through the mission and comprehensive master plan and supports the CEO in the execution of Board policies. Other responsibilities include developing goals and strategies for park district funding, land management, conservation, operations, safety, and guest experiences.  

This position is based in Winton Woods Park.

Nov 25, 2019 Office Manager Friars Club Inc Full Time Details
Raynal Moore

Friars Club Inc

rmoore@friarsclubinc.org

5134888780

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Full Time

Nov 20, 2019 Facilities/Transportation Manager Easterseals Serving Greater Cincinnati Full Time Easterseals is currently in seeking a hands on Facilities/Transportation Manager to direct the running of our facilities and creating a safe and efficient work environment that improves business perfo Details
Vicki Strole

Easterseals Serving Greater Cincinnati

vstrole@eastersealsgc.org

513-386-9805

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Full Time

Easterseals is currently in seeking a hands on Facilities/Transportation Manager to direct the running of our facilities and creating a safe and efficient work environment that improves business performance and optimizes staff productivity. The Facilities/Transportation Manager will be responsible for overseeing routine maintenance, responding to emergencies, managing risk, managing contractors, overseeing security, and conducting site inspections.
Duties will include directing facilities and transportations functions, implementing policies and safety procedures, engaging with vendors and contractors, minimizing hazards, preparing facilities budgets and monitoring expenditure, designing and planning workstations, coordinating remodeling and refurbishment initiatives, testing equipment, forecasting space needs, ensuring compliance with zoning laws, coordinating relocations. Create and implement preventative maintenance schedules. RFP process and purchasing.
Transportation duties will include providing leadership to the Transportation department on day-to-day operations, and directing major projects within the department. Responsible for transportation budgeting and fleet strategy,  conducting discussions with stakeholders about strategic direction, analyzing financial reports, profitability and other agency data to be well equipped to spot trends and opportunities, constantly researching and testing software tools, management methodologies and workflow processes. Establish compliance of all programs with state and federal regulations, including those imposed by the Department of Transportation (DOT), addressing safety concerns and customer complaints promptly.
The ideal candidate will be well-organized and able to optimize the use of space and equipment while reducing operating costs. Leadership abilities and phenomenal efficiency can set you apart among our candidate pool. Primary point of contact 24/7 for security, police, fire and all emergency situations.
 
Responsibilities
  • Plan and coordinate all installations (telecommunications, heat, electricity etc.) and refurbishments
  • Manage the upkeep of equipment and supplies to meet health and safety standards
  • Inspect buildings’ structures to determine the need for repairs or renovations
  • Review utilities consumption and strive to minimize costs
  • Supervise all staff facilities staff (custodians, technicians, groundskeepers etc.) and external contractors
  • Control activities like parking space allocation, waste disposal, building security etc.
  • Allocate office space according to needs
  • Handle insurance plans and service contracts
  • Keep financial and non-financial records
  • Perform analysis and forecasting
 
Requirements
  • Bachelor’s degree in business with 3 to 5 years-related work experience
  • Proven experience as facilities manager or relevant position
  • Well-versed in technical/engineering operations and facilities management best practices
  • Knowledge of safety standards, laws, codes, rules, regulations relating to transporting individuals
  • Knowledge of basic accounting and finance principles
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Excellent organizational and leadership skills
  • Good analytical/critical thinking
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