Date Posted Title Company Type Description  
Oct 21, 2020 Manager, Community Impact/Coordinator of City of Cincinnati Human Services Fund United Way of Greater Cincinnati Full Time The Manager, Community Impact/Coordinator of City of Cincinnati Human Services Fund will lead all aspects of United Way’s role as facilitator of the City of Cincinnati Human Services Fund includ Details
Pam Haney

United Way of Greater Cincinnati

pam.haney@uwgc.org

5137627197

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Full Time

The Manager, Community Impact/Coordinator of City of Cincinnati Human Services Fund will lead all aspects of United Way’s role as facilitator of the City of Cincinnati Human Services Fund including government relations with City Council and Administration, volunteer relations with the Human Service Advisory Committee, and grantee relationships with funded organizations. In addition, the Manager will provide key leadership to United Way projects that support our mission and provide support to families in poverty. Responsibilities include administration of the City of Cincinnati Human Services program investments based on desired community outcomes and leading government relations and impact projects for United Way. 

Key Areas of Responsibility: 

  • Using established procedures and policies, manage operations of the City of Cincinnati Human Services Fund. Provide staff support to the Human Services Advisory Committee. Lead the proposal processes, including any new processes for new priorities. Provide strategic leadership for the Human Services Fund, in consultation with Community Impact and Public Policy leadership, to ensure that City expectations are met and the program is continually improving. 
  • Serve as program officer to Human Services funded agencies; provide technical assistance and coordinate agency site visits as appropriate. Lead outcome measurement and data collection processes to evaluate grantee performance and report that performance as required by United Way’s contract with the City of Cincinnati. 
  • United Way projects as assigned, including maintaining an in-depth knowledge of performance measurement systems, emerging social trends, and community concerns. Provide leadership and support for key projects related to United Way’s government relations and public policy efforts to improve systems to support family well-being across our region. 

COMPETENCIES: Measurable Impact - Achievement Oriented, Accountability,  

Communications Skills, Technology Proficient, Interpersonal Skills – Builds

Relationships 

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in public administration, planning or related disciplines or equivalent experience.
  • A minimum of five years’ experience in a non-profit or governmental setting required. 
  • Knowledge of the civic sector, government, and non-profit human service and community development systems required.
  • Knowledge of and experience with program evaluation is also required.
  • Strong analytic and research abilities required, as well as proficiency in oral and written communications.
  • Knowledge of and experience with the philanthropic investment approach and community impact strategies highly desired.  

Applicants should apply by Friday, November 6, 2020 via the link below: 

http://www.uwgc.org/about-us/careers?gnk=job&gni=8a78839f74e27dcd01753207e2b63c66&gns=Leadership+Council 

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

Oct 9, 2020 Director, Gift Planning United Way of Greater Cincinnati Full Time United Way of Greater Cincinnati (UWGC), has an immediate opening for a Director, Gift Planning who will be responsible for leadership of, and staff and volunteer support in developing, coordinating a Details
Pam Haney

United Way of Greater Cincinnati

pam.haney@uwgc.org

5137627197

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Full Time

United Way of Greater Cincinnati (UWGC), has an immediate opening for a Director, Gift Planning who will be responsible for leadership of, and staff and volunteer support in developing, coordinating and managing the Planned Giving program for UWGC and the United Way Worldwide system. 

 This includes, but is not limited to:

  • Identifying, cultivating, and expanding significant individual donor relationships across United Way’s portfolio. 
  • Ensuring development and execution of comprehensive relationship management strategies and the achievement of assigned growth, retention, participation, and revenue goals for the individuals within assigned portfolio. 
  • Tailoring and executing initiatives necessary to establish and preserve United Way as the primary philanthropic conduit between individuals, their employers, and the communities in which they operate. 
  • Ensuring delivery of year-round engagement experience for all donors and volunteers. 

Key Areas of Responsibility: 

Develops, implements and manages program of deferred/planned giving supporting UWGC:

  • Establishes goals, objectives, policies, procedures and timetable for program’s development and implementation.
  • Prepares and conducts quarterly Foundation Board meetings to manage Foundation monies and to develop strategies for increasing endowment;  manages follow up activities.
  • Assists in coordinating with and providing input to cross-functional UWGC teams with regard to planned giving work.
    • Works with IT/Data Analytics team to obtain, study, and utilize data on donors to assess opportunities.
    • Develops a marketing plan. Writes and coordinates the development of external marketing materials including brochures, web page, newsletters and other materials needed to promote the program and educate current and prospective donors.
    • Works with Community Impact team to create “products.”
    • Coordinates and integrates planned giving program with annual campaign, major gifts development and long-range strategic resource development goals.
    • Utilizes planned giving tools to enhance donor’s ability to make Roundtable gifts, Centennial gifts, Tocqueville, and other niche gifts.
    • Aids in Leadership Giving and Major Gift asks, and stewardship as needed.
    • Ensures Legacy Leaders recognition and engagement is integrated with Major Gifts/Leadership Giving activities.
    • Works with Relationship Managers to identify planned gift opportunities.
    • Works with Campaign Strategy Team to implement systems to identify, promote and record efforts.
    • Works with Finance Team as needed on receiving, recording and reporting of gifts.
    • Works with Volunteer Connection Team to identify and market quality, skill-based volunteer opportunities for donors.
    • Prepares reports and presentations to inform and train external stakeholders.
    • Works in partnership with the Greater Cincinnati Foundation (GCF) to implement a collaborative fundraising model that leverages the organization’s core competencies and to ensure accurate donor reports.
    • Stewards Legacy Members.
    • Participates in professional memberships and affiliations.
    • Engages in continuing education on planned giving platforms.
  • Works closely with UWGC Foundation volunteers, Philanthropy Team, UWGC Executive Team and other United Way volunteers and staff to identify, cultivate and solicit planned gifts. 
  • Trains and mobilizes volunteers to meet with prospects to present the case for deferred/ planned giving.
  • Solicits gifts personally in face-to-face meetings with prospects.
  • Maintains current files on donor contacts, commitments, and necessary follow-up.
  • Develops the recruitment and training of UWGC Foundation Directors.  

United Way Worldwide (UWW) Commitments

  • Serves as UWW Major and Planned Giving Council Member, identifying, developing and sharing strategies for “Best Practices.”  (May require travel.)
  • Participates and presents on Tocqueville Legacy Circle Group Calls.
  • Participates and presents on monthly/quarterly United Way Life Calls.
  • Mentors and advises other planned giving programs.
  • Ensures accuracy in reporting data to United Way Worldwide. 

Minimum Qualifications: 

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Business or similar discipline is required, master’s or other advanced degree preferred.
  • Eight or more years professional work experience, with five or more years previous experience in a fundraising, development, legal, sales, communication and/or public relations capacity required.
  • Thorough working knowledge of relationship-based fund raising and/or deferred giving procedures and philosophies.
  • Excellent negotiation, analytical, organizational, time management, and interpersonal skills.
  • Outstanding written and verbal communication skills required, including public speaking and presentation skills.
  • Excellent listening skills, with the proven ability to solicit information from others.
  • Proven project management skills, including the ability to balance multiple projects in varying degrees of implementation.
  • Proven ability to create, grow and retain strong customer relationships.
  • Proven ability to build strong collaborative relationships across organizations and work cooperatively and flexibly as part of a team.
  • Advanced computer skills, including experience with Microsoft office products (specifically Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint), required.
  • Proven ability to work with minimal supervision.
  • Ability to lift up to 20 pounds.
  • Frequent local travel within the regional area, including occasional evenings and weekends.
  • Reliable personal transportation required. 

COMPETENCIES: Integrity, Dynamic Leadership, Strategic Planning, Communication Skills, Exceptional Relationship Building, Demonstrated Ability to Drive and Achieve Significant Results, Technologically Proficient    

Applicants should apply by Friday, October 23, 2020 via the link below: 

http://www.uwgc.org/about-us/careers?gnk=job&gni=8a78879f74e27ddc017504350762231b&gns=Leadership+Council 

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

Oct 3, 2020 Executive Director Southwest Ohio Region Workforce Investment Board (SWORWIB) Full Time EXECUTIVE POSITION OPENING FALL-WINTER 2020 POSITION SUMMARY; EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, SWORWIB Responsible for providing strategic leadership for the Southwest Ohio Region Workforce Investment Board (SWO Details
Sherry Kelley Marshall

SWORWIB

smarshall@sworwib.org

513-612-3643

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Full Time

EXECUTIVE POSITION OPENING FALL-WINTER 2020

POSITION SUMMARY; EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, SWORWIB

Responsible for providing strategic leadership for the Southwest Ohio Region Workforce Investment Board (SWORWIB), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit workforce board serving Cincinnati and Hamilton County in the southwest corner of the State of Ohio and bounded by Northern Kentucky on the southern border, southeast Indiana on the western border and on the north border by three counties surrounding Hamilton County (Butler, Clermont, and Warren Counties comprising Ohio Local Area #12).  The Executive Director works with the Board of Directors recruited by the nominating committee and approved by the Mayor of the City of Cincinnati.  The Board oversees selection of the One-Stop Operator selected through coordinated procurement for managing and overseeing the one-stop center, known in Ohio as OhioMeansJobs center/Cincinnati-Hamilton County as well as in-school and out-of-school youth services providers.  Moreover, the Executive Director is also responsible for the management of a renewable five-years lease for the 1916 Central Parkway one-stop center of three stories, 45,000 sq. ft., a two level parking lot and back lot with about 100 parking spaces all of which are included within the One Stop Center Memorandum of Understanding for shared programmatic and expense management among 15-19 MOU partners at any one time.  The SWORWIB is responsible for establishing short and long-range goals, strategies, plans and policies.  The Executive Director and Board Members through Committees also lead all performance measurement, approval of eligible training providers, obtaining other resources through federal, state and local grants and awards and frequently is engaged in other parties’ applications as expected by federal, state and local requirements.  The Executive Director also works with the Mayor and Council of the City of Cincinnati and Hamilton County leadership and Board of County Commissioners through a variety of legal documents.  The Executive Director also maintains or oversees fiscal audits, grant audits, annual reports, monthly newsletters and www.SWORWIB.org.

POSITION ACCOUNTABILITIES:

  • Establishes credibility throughout the organization, community and with the Board of Directors as an effective developer of solutions to the organization’s challenges.
  • Provides leadership and management to ensure the mission of the organization is achieved.
  • Responsible for driving the organization, committees and procured service providers to achieve or exceed goals and objectives.
  • Motivates and leads the organization and service providers through high-performance team expectation and delivery.
  • Recruits, trains and supports all committees, board activities, contractors and all their related activities and obligations.
  • Oversees all financial operations from accounts payable & receivables, investments, invoicing for Hamilton County reimbursement and all budgeting and purchasing.
  • Attracts, recruits and retains the talent required to achieve organizational objectives.
  • Collaborates with partners, contractors, service providers, City and County departments to develop and implement operational plans, programs, processes and systems necessary to meet the goals and objectives of the organization.
  • Manages all state, federal and local policy implementation or adjustment to serve local area operations and results.
  • Ensures that an annual service plan and budget are prepared and presented to the Board of Directors with regular review throughout the year.  Expands the financial resources to serve the community through grant partnerships and applications.
  • Makes appropriate recommendations as necessary for review and expansion by the Board of Directors.
  • Organizes and supports all Board related activities, subcommittees, planning functions, meetings, nominations and records of attendance and all other Board related functions and actions.
  • Maintains the necessary contacts to keep abreast of emerging issues and trends of significance to the organization.
  • Selects and oversees monitoring activities from the State of Ohio, U.S. Department of Labor, and SWORWIB required fiscal and programmatic independent monitoring annually.
  • Assures conduct of SWORWIB annual audits, maintenance of nonprofit obligations for filing the annual IRS-990, maintaining tax exempt status and satisfying any other audits or monitoring reviews.
  • Provides a website presence for SWORWIB information and activities, including an Annual Report, Monthly Newsletters known as NewsWIB’s, special topic and research reports, inclusion in national projects reports, podcasts and other information.
  • Performs other duties as determined or assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, QUALIFICATIONS:

Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Management, Finance, Education or other related area with a Master’s Degree preferred.  Experience in leading a complex interrelated organizational structure of elected, governmental, educational, programmatic, employment/employers and others with a standard budget for the local area of $7-10 million dollars.  Able to communicate effectively on all levels.  Public sector experience at the county, state, or federal level would be beneficial.  Demonstrate high ethical standards.  Proficiency in basic computer skills in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint and Webex required.

COMPETENCIES:

Managing Vision and Purpose: Communicates a compelling and inspired vision or sense of core purpose.  Talks beyond today; is optimistic; and focused on performance results and next possibilities.  Creates mileposts and symbols to rally support behind the vision.  Makes the vision sharable by everyone.  Inspires and motivates organizations, customers, employers and the community at large.

Ethics and Values:  Adheres and promotes an effective set of core values and beliefs during both good and bad times.

Strategic Agility: Sees ahead clearly; can anticipate future consequences and trends accurately.  Has broad knowledge and perspective; is future oriented; can articulately paint credible ideas and visions of possibilities and likelihoods.  Can create, lead and build support for competitive and breakthrough strategies and plans.

Business Acumen: Knows how businesses work.  Stays abreast of current news and emerging trends in the business community.  Knowledgeable in how current practices, trends, technology and information may affect the organization.  Knows when to involve others with specific competencies (such as cyber security and investment).

Builds Effective Teams: Defines success in terms of the whole team.  Fosters open dialog.  Shares wins and successes.  Creates a feeling of belonging for all of the many teams and members.

Integrity and Trust: Is widely trusted to be forthcoming in response to requests for feedback, improvement, pitfalls and possibilities.  Is seen as a direct, truthful individual.  Can present the unvarnished truth in a helpful manner.  Keeps confidences; admits mistakes.  Doesn’t misrepresent for personal gain.

Command Skills: Relishes leading.  Takes unpopular stands when necessary.  Encourages direct and tough debate, but isn’t afraid to end it and move on.  Is looked to for direction in a crisis or a new opportunity.  Faces adversity head on.  Energized by tough challenges.  Keeps the focus on performance and results for those served by the SWORWIB and its contractors.

Political Savvy: Can maneuver through complex political situations effectively.  Is sensitive to how people and organizations function; anticipates where the land mines are and the plans the approach accordingly.  Views politics as a necessary part of organizational life, and works to adjust to that reality.  Understands dynamic tension and maximizes the opportunity for its use to breakthrough problems and moves changes forward.

Intellectual Horsepower: Is bright and intelligent; deals with concepts and complexity comfortably.  Described as intellectually sharp, capable and agile.

Energetic and Commitment Strength: Exhibits high levels of energy to fuel tough workloads, long hours and with high commitment to workforce development and assisting individuals and employers to be well-serviced by the SWORWIB and its contractors.

 

Location: Cincinnati, OH/Hamilton County, OH – WIOA Local Area #13

(surrounded by Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana comprising a tri-state region.)

Position Title: Executive Director

Organization: Southwest Ohio Region Workforce Investment Board (SWORWIB)

Job Function: Workforce Board Executive Leadership under federal workforce regulation

Job Type: Full-Time +

 

Please email your Cover Letter & Resume with References to Sherry Kelley Marshall @ smarshall@sworwib.org.

Oct 1, 2020 Geriatric Clinical Social Worker Therapist - Part Time Jewish Family Services Full Time POSITION SUMMARY: To provide individual psychotherapy and family caregiver counseling to the older adult population within the context of the philosophy and mission statement of Jewish Family Service Details
Gretchen Cogan

Jewish Family Services

gcogan@jfedcin.org


679 Full Link


Full Time

POSITION SUMMARY:

To provide individual psychotherapy and family caregiver counseling to the older adult population within the context of the philosophy and mission statement of Jewish Family Service. To provide a range of complex clinical and mental health services in the home or office to an older adult population or family caregivers including completing and reviewing initial paperwork, providing diagnostic assessments, developing treatment plans with the client and providing individual therapy with identified adults.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: 

  • Develop and nurture mutual relationship and confidence with clients. 
  • Care for clients with emotional challenges, including but not limited to anxiety and depression. 
  • Provide answers to client questions regarding services and initial paperwork. 
  • Review clients’ personal, social and health history to learn their background and needs. 
  • Work with clients to develop effective and realistic treatment goals and determine the best treatment approach to assure progress and success. 
  • Enhance clients’ cognitive and behavioral changes that are in line with the overall treatment. 
  • Evaluate the efficiency of treatments and identify the most effective ones. 
  • Understand the individuality of clients and develop specific treatments that benefit them. 
  • Attend courses and trainings on older adult issues and therapy issues to reinforce current knowledge and learn new skills and techniques to utilize with clients as approved by supervisor. 
  • Keep accurate records electronically and hard copy and documentation of clients’ information, conditions, treatments and progress and assure regulations are being met. 
  • Direct clients to available community resources which are beneficial to them, such as Council on Aging, medical providers and home health agencies.  
  • Ensure that clients are aware of financial, food and home assistance from the local agencies, state and federal programs, as well as help from case management services. 
  • Report changes in the client to care managers when appropriate. 
  • Check on clients after treatment, to avoid a relapse of their condition. 
  • Work with the family of patients and other service providers when appropriate to assure the client is supported successfully. 
  • Help clients adjust to serious, chronic or terminal illness. 
  • Support clients as they age in place or transition into higher levels of care. 
  • Encourage clients to grieve their losses in therapy. 
  • Counsel family members who are caregivers to assure they receive needed emotional support. 
  • Help people who have experienced traumatic events to overcome psychological and emotional stress they experience. 
  • Develop and maintain relationships with other professionals in the community serving older adults to promote the coordination of services and promote mental health services. 
  • Share expertise knowledge and skills in treating older adult clients with issues such as: loss, dementia, chronic medical challenges, family and relationship issues, loneliness, dying and death, abuse and neglect, post-traumatic stress, chronic pain, binge eating, gambling addictions, hoarding, suicide and homicide, complicated grief, etc. 
  • To communicate any changes in client’s health insurance. 
  • Provides high level of quality customer service to clients and their family members. 
  • Participates in assuring compliance to all agency and funder specifications and regulations. 
  • Provides counseling meeting ethics, standards and practices of profession. 
  • Works constructively as member of a departmental and agency team 
  • Participates in the development and implementation of a means of evaluating program effectiveness, client and caregiver satisfaction, etc. 
  • Participates in team meetings as approved by supervisor. 
  • Meets productivity goals 
  • Schedules clients to minimize travel whenever feasible 
  • Communicates clearly and precisely through oral and written means. 
  • Uses electronic client databases routinely as well as appropriate software and apps connected with care management duties. 
  • Participates in training, in-services, local conferences and workshops when approved by supervisor. 
  • Performs other relevant duties as necessary. 

POSITION QUALIFICATIONS: 

Master of Social Work, Licensed Independent Social Worker

One year experience providing therapy required.

Previous work with older adults preferred and understanding of common issues for older adults

The clinical social worker should have the following qualities: empathy, interpersonal skills, listening skills, problem-solving skills, time-management skills, assessment skills, communication skills, ability to intervene in crises, and flexibility with different conditions of the client and their home.

Proficient with Microsoft Office and use of desktop and tablet computer. 

Physical Requirements

This position requires walking, standing, and sitting in office and client home settings.  Position requires use of an insured vehicle. 

This position description is intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel in the above position.

 

 

 

 

Oct 1, 2020 Behavioral Health Biller Jewish Family Services Full Time POSITION SUMMARY:  Responsible for maintenance and monitoring of the claims process, including, eligibility checks, accurate and timely claim creation, and denial and insurance follow-up managem Details
Gretchen Cogan

Jewish Family Services

gcogan@jfedcin.org


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Full Time

POSITION SUMMARY: 

Responsible for maintenance and monitoring of the claims process, including, eligibility checks, accurate and timely claim creation, and denial and insurance follow-up management.  Will assist in establishing and maintaining billing and documentation procedures to support reimbursement and contract requirements, and performs liaison duties related to funders and customers. 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: 

  • Ensures counseling billing is completed weekly in OPEN PM and any errors are corrected within agency timeframes
  • Identifies and resolves patient billing problems
  • Establish and maintain billing and documentation procedures
  • Ensure rejected bills are corrected and resubmitted
  • Monitor, and follow-up on unpaid claims
  • Ensure the accurate and timely payment on account processing and collection reporting
  • Reviews accounts and makes recommendations to the director regarding non collectible accounts
  • Job duties may be increased, decreased, or combined as the needs of the agency dictate 

POSITION QUALIFICATIONS: 

  • Minimum of two years billing experience working with commercial insurance /Medicare required.
  •  CPT/ICD 10 coding experience required, certification preferred.    
  • Excellent computer skills required
  • Understanding of behavioral health treatment a plus. 

This position description is intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel in the above position.

Oct 1, 2020 Development Coordinator Jewish Family Services Full Time POSITION SUMMARY: The Development Coordinator is responsible for the oversight and integrity of the donor database, ensuring that the organization is effectively documenting and stewarding all donor Details
Gretchen Cogan

Jewish Family Services

gcogan@jfedcin.org


681 Full Link


Full Time

POSITION SUMMARY:

The Development Coordinator is responsible for the oversight and integrity of the donor database, ensuring that the organization is effectively documenting and stewarding all donor contributions, including Create Your Jewish Legacy commitments, in a timely and efficient way. This position is accountable for all database functions including gift processing, acknowledgment, reporting, and donor segmentation. They also ensure all donor data is collected, stored and properly used by all members of the organization. This position contributes to fundraising success by enhancing and implementing donor cultivation and stewardship, providing event support, donor prospecting, assisting with direct mail and email campaigns, assisting with grant compliance, and supporting the work of various committees. The Development Coordinator must be able to anticipate project needs, discern work priorities, meet deadlines, and be willing to work occasional evenings and weekends.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

Database Management (50%) 

  • Perform data entry and record management, ensuring accuracy and consistency
  • Manage gift acknowledgement processes, ensuring timely and accurate recognition of all gifts, ideally within 48 hours
  • Pull reports and create custom reports/queries as needed to support the development function
  • Respond to donor inquiries concerning gift history, receipts, and other documentation
  • Analyze fundraising trends/results and provide related analysis
  • Assess needs and provide training and support for all donor database users
  • Work with Finance staff to reconcile financial information between database and Finance Office on a monthly basis
  • Assist in providing documentation for annual audit
  • Make appropriate and timely recommendations on database expansion and/or enhancements to ensure the most effective and efficient use of the system
  • Coordinate and plan for future data conversions/upgrades as needed 

Development Support (30%)

  • Monitor, analyze, and interpret all donations on an ongoing basis, promoting donor retention and enhancing the donor experience
  • Support execution of donor communications by creating and managing targeted mailing/email lists for cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship
  • Support the CEO and Director of Development by incorporating all meeting notes/reminders in donor database.
  • Provide proactive reports on donors, including pledges and financial reports
  • Monitor and track department and grant deadlines
  • Support the cultivation process for the engagement of major donors and other prospects by the CEO, Director of Development, and Board Members.
  • Manage peer-to-peer campaigns/crowdfunding efforts.
  • Support fundraising targets through exceptional follow up, stewardship strategies and customer service
  • Use donor database, wealth screening software, networks, and external sources and publications, to identify and qualify individual and corporate prospects for major and planned gift solicitation
  • Collaborate on annual giving strategy, including calendar of cultivation, solicitation, stewardship and recognition activities of annual donors, and accurate data pulls. 

Event Support (15%)

  • Work closely with the Director of Development and event planning committees in execution of fundraising events. This includes keeping deadlines, tracking sponsorships and benefit fulfillment, identifying and working with venues and external vendors, execution of mailings, management of RSVPs and/or ticket sales, and day of logistics
  • Provide excellent donor and event participant support by answering and providing solutions to questions, concerns and training needs 

Other Tasks (5%)

  • Other duties as assigned, including general support of the activities of the Development Department 

POSITION QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor’s degree preferred
  • 1-2 years of development experience or transferable skills; database management experience preferred
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office suite and Google products; experience with fundraising databases strongly preferred
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Acute attention to detail and excellent organizational skills
  • Ability to work under pressure, prioritize duties and meet deadlines
  • Knowledge of fund development strategies and tactics, including donor cultivation, recognition and stewardship
  • Familiarity with donor research tools and search engines

 

 

This position description is intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel in the above position.

 

 

 

 

Oct 1, 2020 Geriatric Social Worker - Part Time Jewish Family Services Full Time POSITION SUMMARY: The Geriatric Social Worker provides care management and supportive services utilizing a Person-Centered approach to clients in the Greater Cincinnati region. Services performed are Details
Gretchen Cogan

Jewish Family Services

gcogan@jfedcin.org


678 Full Link


Full Time

POSITION SUMMARY:

The Geriatric Social Worker provides care management and supportive services utilizing a Person-Centered approach to clients in the Greater Cincinnati region. Services performed are relevant to the philosophy and mission of the Aging and Caregiver Services Department. 

PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: 

  • Provides comprehensive assessments of clients’ emotional, physical, functional, financial and environmental systems in order to establish need and eligibility for financial assistance and supportive services.
  • Compliant with agency policies and procedures. Develops knowledge about funding and eligibility guidelines for older adults, and sensitively communicates these policies, eligibility parameters and procedures to clients.
  • Knowledgeable of internal and external community resources, including State and Federal benefits. Makes appropriate community and social service referrals effectively linking clients’ needs with resources, and facilitates access and utilization of all available resources.
  • Provides home visits to clients on regular basis to conduct comprehensive needs assessments and care management.
  • Advocates and communicates with the client support system (family, adult children, caregivers and other significant people) as needed.
  • Documents clients’ cases in a timely manner including screenings, assessments, and case notes to ensure accurate record of services for funder reporting and client follow-up.
  • Provides crisis intervention.
  • Encourages clients to participate in social, pleasant, and physical activities to improve mood and functioning where appropriate.
  • Participates in staff meetings and supervision in order to enhance the quality of practice.
  • Participates in and promotes ongoing efforts towards Continuous Quality Improvement. 

POSITION QUALIFICATIONS: 

  • Master of Social Work preferred 
  • LSW (Ohio state license) required 
  • Works effectively independently and within the team. Seeks supervision and consultation when appropriate. 
  • Experience with and understanding of the psychosocial problems of older adults required. 
  • Demonstrates flexibility and a willingness and openness to enhance professional self and skills. 
  • Takes responsibility for own professional development, utilizing developmental opportunities within and outside of the agency to enhance skills and understanding. 
  • Shares knowledge and skills with other staff members. 
  • Knowledge of cultural competence and work with vulnerable populations preferred 
  • Exceptional communication and presentation skills relating to older adults, their support systems and health professionals 
  • Demonstrates case management skills and experience in the community health care delivery system 
  • Detail oriented with good problem-solving skills and the ability to prioritize multiple tasks 
  • Computer skills required which include Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, and Outlook); knowledge of Efforts to Outcomes (social work database) preferred. 
  • Valid driver’s license plus appropriate automobile insurance as determined by our liability insurance company. 

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: 

This position requires walking, standing and sitting. Additionally, the use of a car is needed to make home visits, provide transportation to appointments. Ability to use electronic documentation and online applications is also required.

 

 

 

 

 

 

This position description is intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel in the above position.

 

Sep 30, 2020 Manager, Sucess By 6 United Way of Greater Cincinnati Full Time United Way of Greater Cincinnati (UWGC) has an immediate opening for a Manager, Success By 6 to advance the work of Success By 6 as the backbone organization in the early learning space for kindergart Details
Pam Haney

United Way of Greater Cincinnati

pam.haney@uwgc.org

5137627197

677 Full Link



Full Time

United Way of Greater Cincinnati (UWGC) has an immediate opening for a Manager, Success By 6 to advance the work of Success By 6 as the backbone organization in the early learning space for kindergarten readiness by providing leadership for our Cincinnati and Hamilton County based partnerships. This work supports both internal projects aligned to organizational priorities and the broader early learning ecosystem aligned to the StriveTogether Theory of Action. Our community has many programs working in silos. The goal is break down those silos and move partners to working together as a system that better serves children and families with equity at the center. With the support of the Cradle to Career Cincinnati team, collaborating with practitioners and leaders across the ecosystem to continually assess its capacity to drive impact, and to identify, negotiate, and manage initiatives that have the potential to achieve transformative, sustainable outcomes on behalf of children.

Key Areas of Responsibility: 

  • Cincinnati Early Success Network Strategy and Learning: 70%
  • Collaborate with leaders, practitioners, students, families, schools and communities across the ecosystem to continually assess its capacity to drive impact for children birth to six.
  • Regularly meets with stakeholders to remain informed of activities and practices related to early learning.
  • Stay abreast of relevant research and best practices in the early learning space.
  • Provide leadership by building relationships, identifying/convening potential early childhood partners and defining needs and assets of prioritized communities.
  • Develop individual local action plans aligned to the Success By 6 strategic framework and StriveTogether Theory of Action; implement key tactics, connect key players and opportunities and measure progress/results ensuring a shared community vision, evidence-based decision making, collaborative action, and investment and sustainability.
  • Convene larger set of Hamilton County partners (of cross sector leaders across all priority communities) to ensure sharing of and learnings from experiences, resources and results. 
  • Strategic Support: 20%
  • Facilitate the ongoing engagement of diverse project teams, which include YMCA Cradle to Career staff and external stakeholders required to implement projects.
  • Works with the Director of Success by 6 to monitor progress toward meeting project objectives.
  • Communicate progress to community stakeholders and leaders.
  • Provide specific support in serving as primary connection to Community Impact Team on early childhood programming and collection and sharing of most up-to-date early childhood research and best practices across the nation.
 
  • Other External Opportunities/Professional Development:  10% 
  • Represent Success by 6, Cradle To Career Cincinnati and Early Success Network on key external committees where the work aligns.
  • Create and execute individual development plan.

Minimum Qualifications: 

  • Bachelor’s degree in the area of early childhood education or related fields.
  • Expertise in literacy is preferred but not required.
  • Minimum of five years of relevant experience required.
  • Strong communication, facilitation and leadership skills required.
  • Candidate must possess organizational skills and attention to detail.
  • Demonstrated proficiency in Microsoft Office products.
  • Ability to lift up to 20 pounds.
  • Occasional local travel to events within the regional area.     

COMPETENTCIES: Strategic Planning, Facilitation, Written and Oral Communication, Relationship Building/Interpersonal, Leadership, Strong problem-solving skills, Bias to Action, Continuous Improvement, “Yes” in Your Heart 

Applicants should apply by Tuesday, October 13, 2020 via the link below: 

http://www.uwgc.org/about-us/careers?gnk=job&gni=8a78839e7475f5000174d63bbf95697b&gns=Leadership+Council 

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

Sep 29, 2020 Grant Writer United Way of Greater Cincinnati Full Time United Way of Greater Cincinnati (UWGC) has an opening for a Grant Writer to manage the active grants calendar and for writing, reporting, and researching grants from foundations, corporations, and go Details
Pam Haney

United Way of Greater Cincinnati

pam.haney@uwgc.org

5137627197

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Full Time

United Way of Greater Cincinnati (UWGC) has an opening for a Grant Writer to manage the active grants calendar and for writing, reporting, and researching grants from foundations, corporations, and government funders. This position will require close collaboration with the Community Impact team and will ensure resources for United Way priorities are met or exceeded.

 Key Areas of Responsibility:  

  • Write funding proposals and prepare supporting materials for submission.
  • Research federal and state grant opportunities, private foundation requests for proposals, and foundation interests.
  • Research federal and state opportunities for public budget line items.
  • Manage staff process to identify projects and build relationships with national and community partners who are aligned and/or funding UWGC priorities.
  • Lead reporting process for all foundation, corporate and federal grants.
  • Maintain and grow Philanthropy team relationships with funders in portfolio and record activities and opportunities in donor database.
  • Collaborate with Community Impact team program staff to compile outcome data for necessary proposals and reports.
  • Collaborate with Finance team to gather financial information/documentation for proposals and reports. 

Minimum Qualifications:   

  • A bachelor’s degree in a related field or equivalent experience. 
  • Minimum of 3 years of direct experience in grant writing and grants management preferred.
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office (Word and Excel).
  • Strong Communication Skills – Verbal and Excellent Time/Project Management Skills.
  • Experience managing deadlines and collaborating with multiple stakeholders.
  • Highly developed attention to detail and organizational/strategic planning skills.
  • Positive and collaborative attitude. 

Competencies: Accountability, Integrity-Organizational Commitment, Communication Skills, Technologically Proficient, and Time/Project Management. 

Applicants should apply by Monday, October 12, 2020 via the link below: 

http://www.uwgc.org/about-us/careers?gnk=job&gni=8a78839f7475f4bc0174c1ba77d17cd9&gns=Leadership+Council 

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