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Feb 15, 2020 Program Coordinator Leadership Council for Nonprofits Part Time Leadership Council For Nonprofits is looking for a person who loves details, is organized and can plan ahead and follow up on the plan, loves to work in and with nonprofit leaders, wants the flexibili Details
Jenny Berg

Leadership Council for Nonprofits

jennyberg@leadershipcouncil.us

5136071820

627 Full Link


Part Time

Leadership Council For Nonprofits is looking for a person who loves details, is organized and can plan ahead and follow up on the plan, loves to work in and with nonprofit leaders, wants the flexibility of working from home, wants flexible hours, and enjoys knowing that our nonprofit leaders have had a good experience at our programs and events. 

Feb 13, 2020 Early Matters Coordinator Down Syndrome Assocaition of Greater Cincinnati Part Time Early Matters Coordinator, Down Syndrome Association of Greater Cincinnati   This is a multifaceted role as the needs of our families who have a child with Down syndrome are complex and diverse Details
Jim Hudson

Down Syndrome Assocaition of Greater Cincinnati

jimh@dsagc.com

513-761-5400

626 Full Link


Part Time

Early Matters Coordinator, Down Syndrome Association of Greater Cincinnati

 

This is a multifaceted role as the needs of our families who have a child with Down syndrome are complex and diverse. The DSAGC Early Matters Coordinator is the main support services provider for all of our Early Matters families.  Oftentimes, the person in this role is the first representative from the DSAGC with whom new parents come in contact.  In addition to providing support services, this person will collaborate with the Empowerment Center Coordinator on the ideation of programs that we offer Early Matters families.  The person in this role needs to be a visionary leader with strong interpersonal and organizational skills.  He/she will also need to have the ability to empathetically connect with and walk alongside these new parents wherever they may be emotionally and practically as they begin to raise their baby or young child with Down syndrome.  We envision this position averaging 30 – 35 hours/week. 

To see a full job description outlining the responsibilities, please visit www.dsagc.com/careers.

Qualifications:

  • Background in providing emphatic personal support to others going through challenging seasons of life is critical to this role.
  • Proven track record in public speaking, networking, empowering others and multitasking.
  • Strong interpersonal, communication and organizational skills.
  • Demonstrated ability to both lead individuals and teams of people as well as be an effective team player.
  • Experience working with Cincinnati area African-American and/or Latino communities strongly preferred.  Fluency in Spanish would be helpful, but is not required.
  • Computer competency in Microsoft Office Suite products and experience with databases.
  • Must have a valid driver’s license, reliable automobile and appropriate insurance coverage.
  • Four-year degree preferred.
  • Flexibility to work 30-35 hours per week, including occasional evenings and weekends.

If you are interested in the Early Matters Coordinator position, please email a cover letter stating why you feel like you would be a good fit for the position as well as why you are passionate about our mission.  Please send your cover letter and resume to Amie Lefebvre at amiel@dsagc.com. 

Feb 10, 2020 Staff Accountant St. Vincent de Paul Full Time SOCIETY OF ST. VINCENT DE PAUL Staff Accountant The Society of St. Vincent de Paul Cincinnati, a charitable organization providing basic necessities to people in need, is looking for a Staff Account Details
Denise Jewell

St. Vincent de Paul

djewell@svdpcincinnati.org

5139072859

625 Full Link


Full Time

SOCIETY OF ST. VINCENT DE PAUL

Staff Accountant

The Society of St. Vincent de Paul Cincinnati, a charitable organization providing basic necessities to people in need, is looking for a Staff Accountant.  This position will be responsible for the following accounting functions for all three entities of Cincinnati St. Vincent de Paul, including thrift stores, charitable pharmacy and district council office.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Perform all tasks related to accounts payable function
  • Perform monthly closing activities, including preparation of journal entries, financial statements, and management reports
  • Perform bank account and balance sheet account reconciliations on a timely basis
  • Process daily bank deposits and credit card transactions
  • Manage reporting of all business credit card activity and prepare monthly journal entry
  • Responsible for fixed asset accounting and tracking
  • Assist with preparation of required schedules and documentation for annual audit
  • Assist with preparation of annual budgets
  • Perform various analysis and ad hoc projects as required

 

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree in accounting
  • 2-4 years accounting experience, not-for profit experience a plus
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office, especially Excel, and general accounting systems
  • Experience with accounts payable and general ledger accounting; exposure to complete financial statements
  • Valid driver’s license
  • Strong analytical, organizational, problem solving, and follow up skills; detail oriented
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Self-motivated, capable of taking initiative, successfully handle and prioritize multiple competing priorities, and effectively manage deadlines

 

Send cover letter and resume to Denise Jewell at djewell@svdpcincinnati.org.

No phone calls please.

 

Feb 6, 2020 Administration & Events Coordinator Keep Cincinnati Beautiful Full Time Keep Cincinnati Beautiful is looking for an upbeat individual to join our team as an Administration & Events Coordinator. This individual is responsible for being the lead planner of KCB's annual Details
Jonathan Adee

Keep Cincinnati Beautiful

jonathan@keepcincinnatibeautiful.org

5133524382

624 Full Link



Full Time

Keep Cincinnati Beautiful is looking for an upbeat individual to join our team as an Administration & Events Coordinator. This individual is responsible for being the lead planner of KCB's annual events including The Cincy Block Party, Earth Day OTR, Love Thy 'Nati, and the KCB Breakfast of Champions. The Administration & Events Coordinator will work closely with the Communications & Development Manager to aid public awareness events and fundraising. The Administration & Events Coordinator will also be responsible for completing office administrative tasks as well as administering our community resource programs.

Feb 6, 2020 Director of Operations Wesley Chapel Mission Center Full Time Details
Becky Costello

Wesley Chapel Mission Center

becky.costello@fuse.net

5137216204

621 Full Link


wcmcotr.org

Full Time

Feb 6, 2020 Benefits Paralegal Advocate Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati Full Time   February 6, 2020   BENEFITS PARALEGAL ADVOCATE, FULL-TIME   The Legal Aid Society’s mission is to solve the serious legal problems of low-income people in our community, to Details
Cathy Rafales

Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati

staffing@lascinti.org

513-241-9400

620 Full Link



Full Time

 

February 6, 2020

 

BENEFITS PARALEGAL ADVOCATE, FULL-TIME

 

The Legal Aid Society’s mission is to solve the serious legal problems of low-income people in our community, to promote economic and family stability, and to reduce poverty through effective legal assistance.  Legal Aid attorneys, paralegal advocates, and support staff provide direct and impactful assistance to the most vulnerable in our community facing legal crises ranging from eviction, domestic violence, abuse and neglect, loss of benefits, immigration problems, foreclosure, education issues and more.  

 Legal Aid provides a full range of legal services to our client community. We represent clients in civil legal cases, as well as carry out advocacy for low-income groups. We participate with social services agencies and other groups to improve public policy affecting low-income people. Legal Aid provides exemplary legal assistance to our vulnerable neighbors in Hamilton, Butler, Clermont, Warren, Brown, Clinton, and Highland counties.

We seek to hire a full-time paralegal advocate for the Income, Work and Health (IWH) Practice Group. Attorneys and paralegal advocates in this practice group represent clients in cases with administrative agencies like the Department of Job and Family Services and Medicaid, the Unemployment Compensation Review Commission, Social Security, the Bureau of Motor Vehicles and the Veterans Administration. We help people with employment issues like criminal record sealing, suspended driver’s licenses, and loss of professional licenses or certification.  Through legal advocacy, we help individuals and families access benefits like Food Stamps and Medicaid, child care vouchers, SSI and Social Security Disability, Veterans benefits, and others. We help people with disabilities plan a return to employment, and access programs to maximize their income.  We also work in our communities to improve the systems that our clients must engage in to secure employment and benefits. 

 Under the supervision of an attorney, the IWH paralegal advocate will carry their own caseload of clients and advocate for the legal rights of those clients. The advocate will learn and practice in a few areas of focus within the practice group.   This position requires someone who knows, or who can learn, administrative law and regulations, and develop advocacy skills necessary to represent clients in administrative hearings.  If you want to make a difference in our community through dedicated service to our most vulnerable neighbors, we want to hear from you.           

 Minimum education requirement is a Bachelor’s degree.  Prior employment experience in a social justice/social service setting is preferred. Candidates who are proficient or fluent in a second language are encourage to apply.  In addition, successful candidates will have: 

  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • The demonstrated ability to handle multiple projects and meet deadlines
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • Reliable transportation – travel within our 7-county service is required

 The Legal Aid Society offers a competitive salary with excellent benefits, including dental, vision, life, disability, retirement and parking/transportation reimbursement.

 Applicants should email the following information to staffing@lascinti.org:

  • A cover letter explaining the reasons for their interest in the position
  • A resume, and
  • Contact information for two professional references

 Note: Subject line should reference “IWH Paralegal Advocate Hiring Committee.” Resumes without a cover letter will not be considered.

 

This position is open until filled.

 

Legal Aid is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Interviews will be arranged by Employer.

Please do not call.

Feb 4, 2020 Community Cultivation Manager ProKids Full Time Community Cultivation Manager   ProKids is seeking an energetic and enthusiastic recruiter who can mobilize and support our volunteers as they begin their journeys toward becoming Court Appoint Details
Chris Browning

ProKids

cbrowning@prokids.org

5135033842

616 Full Link



Full Time

Community Cultivation Manager

 

ProKids is seeking an energetic and enthusiastic recruiter who can mobilize and support our volunteers as they begin their journeys toward becoming Court Appointed Special Advocates, known as a CASA Volunteers. This community cultivation manager will find ways to tailor the onboarding experience to participants, track their experiences and provide encouragement along the way. We are looking for a collaborator who can work across the organization, an organized and strategic thinker who can find ways to encourage growth in volunteer numbers and a skilled communicator who can make presentations at introductory sessions and interact via email and phone calls with prospective volunteers. Please send a cover letter and resume to apply, please submit your resume AND cover letter to ProKids.

Applications must be submitted by February 15, 2020. Note: ProKids does not accept phone call inquiries.

Experience needed: Superior customer service, public speaking, and/or volunteer management is required. Recruitment and cultivation experience preferred. Excellent organization and computer knowledge required. Experience with database management software and Microsoft Office a must. Knowledge of child welfare issues, non-profit, and marketing preferred.

Responsibilities include:

  1. Manages the Benevon Point of Entry process including but not limited to:
  2. Participates in or conducts external presentations and/or outreach opportunities and follows up with those interested with the intent to engage them further with ProKids.
  3. Participates on ProKids internal committees as assigned.
  4. Acquires and maintains sound knowledge of ProKids programs and practices, community need, and other research pertaining to ProKids work. Uses and applies that knowledge and understanding with little to no direct supervision. Benchmarks with other CASA programs and organizations for best and leading practices.
  5. Provides critical input to the setting and evaluation of agency goals and objectives with primary focus on the impact to volunteer and donor cultivation of each goal or objective, including but not limited to:
    • First point of contact for interested community members;
    • Ensures the assignment and utilization of all volunteers;
    • Collects and analyzes data that tracks volunteers through the volunteer lifecycle;
    • Participates in all Point of Entry (POE) presentations;
    • Identifies barriers, researches solutions, and informs changes to the POE process, presentation, and literature;
    • Maintains 100% follow-up call rate and collects and distributes feedback of attendees focusing on presentation improvement and Know Thy Donor information;
    • Schedules and coordinates all POEs and manages the data collected from each.
  • Input on the impact of each goal on the agency’s strategic marketing, recruitment, cultivation, volunteer engagement, and development plan;
  • Raw data and a comprehensive analysis of the impact of each goal;
  • Assisting in the development of a plan to meet the financial need of each goal;
  • Communicating all financial needs and expenses. Attend and provide assistance with all development activities and events.
  1. Ensure the effective representation of ProKids to external organizations and individuals.
  2. Communicates need for volunteers and provides assistance in designing and implementing volunteer training. Supervises, manages, supports, evaluates, and communicates on-going status of volunteers.
  3. Performs duties in accordance with ProKids objectives and in compliance with relevant standards and agency commitments.
  4. Attends all staff meetings and establishes good teamwork with co-workers.
  5. Other duties as assigned by Supervisor.

Program/Team: Community Development

Team Responsibility: Development and implementation of Benevon methods and fundraising plans and activities to reach budget objectives. Provides a variety of opportunities to learn about the children ProKids serves and the outcome of the services provided by ProKids. Informs the community about various ways to become involved with ProKids. Monitors the entire experience of ProKids committed community with a specialized focus on deepening and broadening their involvement through cultivation activities and events.           

Position Summary: Oversees the Benevon Point of Entry process. Participates in the recruitment and cultivation of donors and volunteers.

Supervisor: Community Director

Supervision Exercised: Delegation of responsibilities to volunteer(s) as necessary for the operation of ProKids.

 

Jan 24, 2020 Events and Marketing Assistant Community Matters Part Time The Events and Marketing Assistant role assists the Social Enterprise and Events Manager in event planning, coordination, and day of event responsibilities of The Sanctuary. The Sanctuary is a social Details
Mary Delaney

Community Matters

mary@cmcincy.org

5132442214

610 Full Link



Part Time

The Events and Marketing Assistant role assists the Social Enterprise and Events Manager in event planning, coordination, and day of event responsibilities of The Sanctuary. The Sanctuary is a social enterprise event venue operated by Community Matters.

See link for more details. 

Jan 23, 2020 Design Manager United Way of Greater Cincinnati Full Time United Way of Greater Cincinnati (UWGC) has an immediate opening for a creative, dynamic Design Manager to join the Marketing Team.    Key Areas of Responsibility:  Lead strategy an Details
Pam Haney

United Way of Greater Cincinnati

pam.haney@uwgc.org

5137627197

609 Full Link



Full Time

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

Key Areas of Responsibility: 

  • Lead strategy and execution to drive alignment across all design, copy and content in the manifestation of the creative direction and brand positioning of United Way Worldwide.
  • Manage creative strategist and outside vendors/agencies.  
  • Develop new website and direct web/online engagement strategies and tactics, and content creation and integration efforts across channels including uwgc.org, affiliated micro-sites, social media, etc.
  • Use original and creative thinking to develop concepts and finished design solutions from rough ideas and present creative concepts to internal clients.
  • 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.
  • Direct photography and video creation to align with creative direction. 

Minimum Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent, preferred.
  • Minimum five years’ experience in art/creative direction, design, multimedia experience.
  • 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 required.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills required
  • 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, including video development.
  • Ability to work under deadline pressure and manage multiple projects simultaneously and set and execute on priorities is critical. 
  • Ability to be discreet and maintain confidentiality.
  • 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.
  • Ability to lift up to 20 pounds.
  • Occasional local travel to events within the regional area.

 

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

Applicants should apply by Wednesday, February 6, 2020 via the link below: 

http://www.uwgc.org/about-us/careers?gnk=job&gni=8a7887a86fc35d64016fc9498ee95cca&gns=Leadership+Council 

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

Jan 21, 2020 Senior Research Associate UC, Evaluation Services Center Full Time Location: Victory Parkway Campus, Cincinnati, OH, US Req ID: 43002  Background The University of Cincinnati, founded in 1819, is a premier, public, urban research university located in th Details
Regina Coates

University of Cincinnati

coatesrl@uc.edu

513-556-5036

608 Full Link


Full Time

Location: Victory Parkway Campus, Cincinnati, OH, US

Req ID: 43002

 Background

The University of Cincinnati, founded in 1819, is a premier, public, urban research university located in the heart of Cincinnati, Ohio. The university is built upon a strong interdisciplinary research culture that encourages collaboration across colleges

The University of Cincinnati Evaluation Services Center (UCESC) has functioned as an independent service center within the College of Education, Criminal Justice, and Human Services (CECH) at the University of Cincinnati since 1996. UCESC provides research, evaluation, assessment, and consulting services to equip clients and partners to make data-informed decisions for accountability, continuous quality improvement, program planning, and program and policy development. UCESC employs a collaborative model and has provided comprehensive services to schools and school districts, higher education, professional development providers, community partners, and health-related and social service organizations. 

Please use the following link: http://www.uc.edu/hr/benefits.html for more information about the university's benefits plans, benefits summaries, as well as information about employee discounts, professional training, and much more.

Position Description

The University of Cincinnati Evaluation Services Center (UCESC) is seeking a Senior Research Associate to join our evaluation and applied research team. The Senior Research Associate (SRA) will participate in the development, coordination and execution of applied research as well as program and policy evaluations in education, human services, public health, and other related fields. 

 The SRA will lead and collaborate on proposals; provide research, program and policy evaluation expertise to university faculty and staff as well as local, regional, state, and federal organizations; and conduct all aspects of studies (e.g., idea generation, instrument development, research design, data analysis, report and publication writing, and presentations).The SRA will participate as a member of applied research and evaluation project teams, actively promote and contribute to the Center’s continuous improvement, and initiate business development, including proposal writing. Securing funding to support the existing and new research and evaluation agendas is a major responsibility of an SRA.

Preference will be given to individuals with demonstrated expertise in quantitative data analysis (e.g., higher level statistical modeling), data visualization, biostatistics and research methods including study design and proposal development.   

Major Duties and Responsibilities:

Responsibilities will include conducting research to evaluate the effectiveness of local, state, and federal educational, public health, and social justice projects (proposal development, project management, data analysis, and findings dissemination).

Specific responsibilities will include the following: research and evaluation design; data collection and cleaning; data analysis; creation of evaluation reports and/or other deliverables; and formulation of recommendations for improving program effectiveness. The SRA will actively engage with research partners from a variety of academic disciplines, non-profit organizations, and governmental entities to conduct local, state, and federal evaluation projects to inform continuous improvement and provide avenues for further research and evaluation. Responsibilities will also include leading team-based projects and training initiatives along with working with graduate and undergraduate assistants as needed for project work.

 Minimum Qualifications:

Bachelor's degree in statistics, health sciences, data sciences, demography, economics, political science, psychology, public policy, sociology, or a related field at time of appointment.

Knowledge and Skills:

  • Ability to communicate with persons possessing a wide range of data expertise.
  • Ability to simultaneously work on multiple projects.
  • Ability to work independently and be flexible to changing priorities in a fast-paced environment.
  • Thrives in a team environment and values personal growth.
  • Ability to contribute to the initiation of business development and proposal writing.
  • Strong interpersonal and teamwork skills.
  • Experience with statistical analysis and statistical software (e.g., SAS, SPSS, and R) and data management software.
  • Experience with academic and technical writing in applied and academic contexts.
  • Strong Microsoft Word skills, excellent writing, editing, and proofreading skills

Ideal Qualifications:

  • Earned doctoral or master’s degree in statistics, health sciences, data sciences, demography, economics, political science, psychology, public policy, sociology, or a related field at time of appointment; experience and education must be in a related field.
  • Four (4) or more years of a leadership role within an organization.
  • Five (5) or more years demonstrated experience in project management.
  • Five (5) or more years demonstrated experience in conducting program evaluation, measurement, or assessment.
  • Identification of funding opportunities and successful proposal writing history.
  • Demonstrated experience with statistical analysis and statistical software (e.g., SAS, SPSS, R) and data management software.
  • Demonstrated ability to analyze small to large datasets.
  • Familiarity with qualitative and/ or mixed methods research methods.
  • Proficiency with either (1) geographic information (GIS) software or (2) interactive data visualization software.

NOTE:  Salary will be commensurate with experience and qualifications. 

Based on the nature of this position and the available funding for this position, the university is unable to provide sponsorship for work visas

Application Procedure:

Please visit our website to complete the online application. The following are required to be attached / included:

  1. Cover letter: Please describe reason for interest in the position.
  2. CV or resume. Include employment dates, and full or part-time status.
  3. Professional references: Three professional references, one of them a current or former supervisor. Include names, business title, and contact information.
  4. Writing Sample: All submitted samples will be held in confidence.
  5. Contribution to Diversity and Inclusion statement.
  6. Evaluation and Research statement.

 PLEASE NOTE YOU MUST ATTACH ALL DOCUMENTS BEFORE CONFIRMING SUBMISSION. Once you have confirmed submission of documents, you CANNOT go back and attach more documents.

Incompletes applications will not be considered.

 REQ ID: 43002

The University of Cincinnati, as a multi-national and culturally diverse university, is committed to providing an inclusive, equitable and diverse place of learning and employment. As part of a complete job application you will be asked to include a Contribution to Diversity and Inclusion statement.

The University of Cincinnati is an Affirmative Action / Equal Opportunity Employer / M / F / Veteran / Disabled.

To apply:

 https://career8.successfactors.com/sfcareer/jobreqcareer?jobId=43002&company=UCPROD&username=

 or visit https://jobs.uc.edu/ and search for requisition 43002.

 

Nov 30, -0001 Director of Corporate Relations Great Parks Full Time Great Parks of Hamilton County is currently accepting applications for a Full Time Director of Corporate Relations. The Director of Corporate Relations develops and manages a successful corporate spon Details
Alicia Culman

Great Parks

aculman@greatparks.org

513-245-7456

611 Full Link


Full Time

Great Parks of Hamilton County is currently accepting applications for a Full Time Director of Corporate Relations. The Director of Corporate Relations develops and manages a successful corporate sponsorship program including identifying, soliciting and stewarding corporate sponsorships and gifts for events, programs, projects and special campaigns in support of the Great Parks’ comprehensive master plan.

This position is based at Winton Centre in Winton Woods Park. 

Job Skills/Requirements

To perform this job successfully an individual must be able to satisfactorily perform each essential duty listed below.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  

Designs sponsorship packages in collaboration with program staff, marketing staff, and other relevant staff that leverage the value and reach of the park district and engage corporate partners in Great Parks’ mission. With the Marketing and Public Engagement Department, develops collateral materials in promotion of the corporate sponsorship program, including brochures, web pages, and sponsor deliverables. Works collaboratively with relevant staff to ensure the proper acknowledgement of all corporate supporters through deliverables as agreed upon in proposals.

Establishes and manages a detailed annual budget for the corporate sponsorship program that links to overall fundraising goals.

Attends and actively participates in local business programs and events, including but not limited to business and community networking events, diversity and inclusion networking events, conservation and parks events.  Positions Great Parks as the philanthropic partner of choice in conservation and parks.   

Collaborates with the Chief Executive Officer to develop relationships with the Park Commissioners and their corporate contacts in the business community.

Speaks to outside groups and prepares presentations to raise awareness of Great Parks as a philanthropic partner.  

Develops and presents internal corporate relations training for staff. 

Collaborates with the Grant Writer in soliciting corporate philanthropic gifts and with the Chief of Philanthropy in identifying donors with corporate connections and capacity.

Supports major initiatives of the Philanthropy division outside the corporate sponsorship program, including cultivation and fundraising events.

Manages prospect tracking and action reports using eTapestry or other related software.

Manages effective communication of division goals and objectives with other departments, leadership, and peers.

Performs job duties in accordance with Great Parks of Hamilton County’s policies, procedures, and performance expectations.

Accounts for cash transactions.  Complies with all cash handling policies and enforces cash control procedures.

Manages expenditures, submits purchase requests, and approves invoices and purchasing card transactions in accordance with agency standards.

Maintains confidentiality of confidential and sensitive information.

Works assigned schedule, exhibits regular and punctual attendance and works outside of normal schedule as required. 

Other Duties and Responsibilities

Attends and participates in meetings, serves on committees and completes required training as directed.

Provides direction, trains, resolves routine problems and ensures work is completed by park district staff in relationship to corporate sponsorship program.    

Occasionally works weekends, evenings and holidays.

Utilizes and promotes environmentally sustainable practices and processes.

Performs other job duties as assigned.

Scope of Supervision

None

Contact With Others

Board of Park Commissioners, staff and volunteers; Great Parks Forever Board of Directors; corporate leadership; consultants; sales representatives; community groups; sponsors; donors; vendors; general public and other job contacts.

Working Conditions

Normal office working conditions; occasional exposure to normal outdoor conditions when visiting various parks and facilities; occasional exposure to typical traffic conditions and hazards.

Usual Physical Demands

The following physical demands are typically exhibited by position incumbents performing this job’s essential duties and responsibilities.  These physical demands are not, and should not be construed to be job qualification standards, but are illustrated to help the employer, employee and/or applicant identify tasks where reasonable accommodations may need to be made when an otherwise qualified person is unable to perform the job’s essential duties because of an ADA disability.

 The employee regularly exhibits manual dexterity performing job duties, and frequently talks and hears when working and interacting with guest contacts.

The employee regularly sits for extended periods of time, and regularly walks.

Employee typically exhibits normal vision demands.

Employee regularly lifts items up to 10 pounds, and occasionally lifts items up to 25 pounds.

Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

Knowledge of: standard office practices and procedures; corporate partnership and sponsorship principles and practices; local giving community; Great Parks policy, procedures and objectives; budget development and management; computer software, programs and applications.

Ability to: cultivate, solicit, and steward corporate prospects; exhibit excellent communication skills in written and oral presentation, including the ability to articulate the Great Parks’ mission and vision to a diverse audience; work in a collaborative setting that involves shared decision making and program responsibility; set clear priorities; exhibit good problem solving skills and good judgement in keeping with the mission of the park district; maintain confidential and sensitive information; understand and demonstrate respect for cultural and socio-economic differences; support a working atmosphere consistent with Great Parks’ equal employment opportunity; embrace and support constructive change; consistently follow safety and security procedures and practices; contribute toward building a positive team working environment; establish and maintain an effective working relationship with associates, officials, general public, and other job contacts.

Skill in: relationship building; verbal and written communication; preparing financial, operational and written reports; planning, scheduling and organizing work; maintaining good public relations; customer service; application of job hardware and software programs.

Qualifications

An appropriate combination of education, training, course work and experience may qualify an applicant to demonstrate required knowledge, skills, and abilities.  An example of an acceptable qualification is:

Bachelor’s Degree with seven years of fundraising experience, five of which the primary responsibility is corporate relations and a successful track record of securing new sponsors and retaining current sponsors.

Ability to document identity and employment eligibility within three (3) days of original appointment as a condition of employment in compliance with Immigration Reform and Control Act requirements.

License or Certification Requirements

State Motor Vehicle Operator’s License that meets GPHC current carrier guidelines.

The salary is negotiable based on experience. Typical starting salary range for the position is between $57,913-$72,393/year, full salary range for the position is $57,913-$86,870/year.

Applications must be received by 11:59pm, Monday, February 24, 2020.

Please apply online by visiting www.greatparks.org/jobs.

Great Parks is an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin, ancestry, disability, military status, or any other classification protected under applicable law.