Date Posted Title Company Type Description  
Mar 26, 2019 Mental Health and Pregnancy/Adoption Counselor Catholic Charities Full Time Job Title: Mental Health and Pregnancy/Adoption Counselor The Diocese of Covington Catholic Charities is seeking to hire a Counselor for our Mental Health and Pregnancy/Adoption Programs. The hours o Details
Shannon Braun

Catholic Charities

sbraun@covingtoncharities.org

8595818974

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Full Time

Job Title: Mental Health and Pregnancy/Adoption Counselor

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

Overall Purpose:                  

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

 

Educational and Experiential Criteria:

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

 

Responsibilities:

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

 

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

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

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

Equal Opportunity Employer

 

Mar 26, 2019 Clinical Director of Counseling Programs Catholic Charities Full Time Clinical Director of Counseling Programs The Diocese of Covington Catholic Charities is seeking to hire a Clinical Director for our faith- based Counseling Programs. The position is 40 hours per week Details
Shannon Braun

Catholic Charities

sbraun@covingtoncharities.org

859-581-8974

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Full Time

Clinical Director of Counseling Programs

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

OVERALL PURPOSE:

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

 

Educational and Experiential Requirements:

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

 

Management and Administrative Duties 75%

Clinical Director of Counseling Services:         

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

 

Agency/Pregnancy/Adoption Program Supervisor:

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

 

 

Clinical Supervisor

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

 

Licensed Clinical Social Worker Supervisor:

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

 

 

Individual/Family Counseling Direct Service Provider 25%  

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

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

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

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

Equal Opportunity Employer

Apr 5, 2019 Grant Writer Cincinnati Youth Collaborative Full Time Cincinnati Youth Collaborative has an opportunity for a Grant Writer. This position goes to the very heart of our mission of empowering children and young adults to overcome obstacles and succeed in e Details
Billie Sue Toepfer

Cincinnati Youth Collaborative

btoepfer@cycyouth.org

5133635212

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Full Time

Cincinnati Youth Collaborative has an opportunity for a Grant Writer. This position goes to the very heart of our mission of empowering children and young adults to overcome obstacles and succeed in education, career, and life. The benefits package for this full time position comes with the employee's choice between 2 medical plans; availability of an FSA or HSA plan; dental; vision; company paid life, AD&D, short and long term disability insurances; critical illness insurance; 401-K plan with a company match up to 4%; and other perks such as paid time off benefits, etc.   

Mar 25, 2019 Chief Finance Officer Easterseals Serving Greater Cincinnati Full Time If you are a finance superhero in search of a way to use your powers for good, look no further. Easterseals serving greater Cincinnati seeks a dynamic CFO to drive business goals and growth strategies Details
Vicki Strole

Easterseals Serving Greater Cincinnati

vstrole@eastersealsgc.org

513-386-6805

475 Full Link


Full Time

If you are a finance superhero in search of a way to use your powers for good, look no further. Easterseals serving greater Cincinnati seeks a dynamic CFO to drive business goals and growth strategies in our portfolio of programs, social enterprises and contributed support. If you love nothing more than finding the answers in the numbers and leading a talented team; if you thrive in an autonomous and deadline-oriented workplace, and enjoy the challenges of managing in an ever-changing funding environment; if you are energized by working with smart and committed colleagues and board members, you may be the leader we are looking for.  

 At Easterseals, we believe in the power of work to make life better; every day, we remove barriers to employment for people with disabilities, veterans, and people with economic disadvantages. We aren’t afraid to take a risk or make a stand, and we seek a Chief Financial Officer with the same drive and values.  You will impact our growing agency by providing the leadership, management and vision to ensure Easterseals has the proper operational controls, administrative efficiency measures, and internal financial reporting to ensure our financial strength and operating efficiency.

 Snapshot of key accountabilities for the position:

  • Work collaboratively with CEO, the Board of Directors, and other members of the senior leadership team to establish the strategic plan for the business, annual operating objectives, organizational policies and procedures for attaining business objectives.
  • Develop and utlilize forward-looking predictive models and activity-based financial analyses to provide insight into the organization’s operations and business plans
  • Oversee cash flow planning and ensure availability of funds as needed.
  • Develop company financial performance measures to support the company’s strategic plan
  • Prepare monthly forecast updates and modeling
  • Engage the finance, audit and endowment committees of the Board of Directors
  • Manage company financial resources and represent the company in relationships with financial partners including banks, public officials and auditors
  • Help improve and build internal control systems
  • Lead the preparation of annual financial statements and filings of 990 and A133; coordinate work with external auditors.
  • Ensure that record keeping meets the standards of GAAP and government agencies, including the OMB Circular
  • Lead the accounting department to ensure proper accounting and transaction process systems for Easter Seals and its subsidiary operations

Skills/Experience/Knowledge required:

  • Ten+ years of experience, including minimum five years as CFO or senior level financial position
  • MBA in Finance and/or Certified Public Accountant or Certified Management Accountant designations preferred but not required.
  • Advanced applications software expertise in Excel, Salesforce and Blackbaud Financial Edge preferred

Traits required for success:

Our ideal candidate is a strong leader who sees the big picture and is able to make strategic decisions that are well thought out and analyzed.  You thrive in a fast-paced environment. You enjoy using your analytical and technical abilities in developing new ideas or systems.  Controlling the work process from beginning to end is critical as well as the ability to spot and correct errors.  You demand the highest quality work from your team with a communication style that is factual and direct.

We offer a comprehensive benefits package, including:

  • Medical insurance, including a PPO plan, and a HDHP plan that offers a company contribution
  • Employer paid Teladoc services, allowing participating employees and their family members access to a doctor free of charge for common medical conditions
  • Dental (including orthodontia coverage for children) and Vision
  • Employer-paid Life and Long Term Disability Insurance, with options for additional voluntary life insurance for employees dependents
  • 401k Retirement plan with up to a 4% match
  • Paid Time Off
  • Employee Assistance Program, hearing aid discounts and resources for free will preparation

 

Mar 28, 2019 Assistant Artist Keep Cincinnati Beautiful Part Time Position: Assistant Artist Cincinnati is beautiful. We’re committed to keeping it that way. KCB’s education, revitalization and environmental initiatives build community and foster pride Details
Katie Davis

Keep Cincinnati Beautiful

info@keepcincinnatibeautiful.org


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Part Time

Position: Assistant Artist

Cincinnati is beautiful. We’re committed to keeping it that way. KCB’s education, revitalization and environmental initiatives build community and foster pride in the places where we live, work and play. Our grassroots network of neighbors, sponsors and volunteers put passion to work across all 52 neighborhoods, creating safer, cleaner spaces and a higher quality of life for all Cincinnatians.

Keep Cincinnati Beautiful is seeking an Assistant Artist to support Arts Program Directors.

This is a temporary position with the possibility for longer term employment. We are looking for a candidate that can provide approximately 24 hours per week.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Daily operations of the Future Blooms program
    • Design and on-site execution of painted doors & windows on barricades of vacant buildings
      • Work alongside Arts Program Directors and/or other Assistant Artist(s)
      • Engage with the community while painting on-site
  • Documentation and maintenance of painted buildings
  • Provide assistance for other Arts & organization-wide projects
    • Assist with the execution of community murals
    • Assist with the design of digital/print media
    • Assist with construction, fabrication and execution of other major projects:
      • BLINK 2019—An interactive light art festival
      • Mini Murals—Small community murals fabricated in-house
  • Assist with KCB Volunteer events and Corporate events
    • Preparing tools, supplies
    • Team lead on the day of the event
    • Provide assistance with cleaning and organizing, and maintaining supplies

Skills and Attributes:

  • Enjoys multi-tasking
  • Self-motivated
  • Works well on a team and collaborates with others
  • Enjoys working with the community
  • Passionate about KCB’s mission
  • Strong communicator
  • Experienced in Adobe products (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign)
  • Artistic, good craft (works in a tidy and precise manner)

Other Requirements:

  • Reliable transportation and valid driver’s license
  • Experienced in Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, and Google Apps

To Apply:

  • Please email cover letter and resume to info@keepcincinnatibeautiful.org

Keep Cincinnati Beautiful is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Mar 26, 2019 CASA Manager/GAL ProKids Part Time ProKids is seeking a full or part-time CASA Manager/GAL who will assign, supervise, manage and support CASA Volunteers serving the best interests of children. This position serves as Guardian ad Litem Details
Charlotte Caples

ProKids

ccaples@prokids.org


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Part Time

ProKids is seeking a full or part-time CASA Manager/GAL who will assign, supervise, manage and support CASA Volunteers serving the best interests of children. This position serves as Guardian ad Litem on all cases assigned as well.

To apply, please submit your resume and cover letter to ccaples@prokids.org via email by April 8, 2019.

Note that ProKids does not accept phone call inquiries.

PROGRAM: Advocacy

TEAM RESPONSIBILITY: Provides CASA/GAL and legal advocacy to achieve good outcomes for children. Develops capacity within the child welfare community to serve our children and their families.

POSITION FOCUS: Supervises and assigns volunteers for maximum impact.

SUPERVISED BY: CASA Team Leader

SUPERVISION EXERCISED: CASA Volunteer(s).

RESPONSIBILITIES

1. Assigns, supervises, manages, supports and evaluates CASA(s) in the completion of their duties, including but not limited to:

     * Contact at least once per month with CASA(s) to review cases.
     * Contact prior to each court hearing to prepare the CASA and their report.
     * Ensures that court reports are written and submitted timely.
     * Attends court hearings.
     * Attends team meetings or other meetings to provide support as needed.
     * Provides advice, resources and help to the CASA in the best interest of children.
     * Completes an annual evaluation of each CASA.
     * Keeps CASA(s) informed of continuing education opportunities and helps CASA(s) find creative ways         to obtain required continuing education requirements.
     * Maintains files on cases and keeps basic current information on child, such as address, phone                   numbers of team members, school, etc., accessible to supervisor.


2. Maintains a caseload serving as GAL and in that capacity has ultimate responsibility for all cases assigned.

3. Communicates need for volunteers and provides assistance in designing and implementing volunteer training. Supervises, manages, supports, evaluates, and communicates on-going status of volunteers.

4. Attends all staff meetings and establishes good teamwork with co-workers.

5. Performs duties in accordance with ProKids objectives and in compliance with relevant standards and agency commitments.

6. Represent a strong model of child advocacy to Committed Community and general community. Including but not limited to:

     * Providing information and guidance for essential stories.
     * Developing capacity within child welfare community to serve children and families.
     * Establish and maintain strong, close working relationships with the court and service community.

7. Assists with the setting and evaluation of all agency goals and objectives. Including but not limited to:

     * Input, review, and evaluation of all research findings.
     * Recommendation for program changes and improvements.
     * Providing raw data.
     * Communicating all financial needs and expenses.

8. Provides assistance with events as requested.

9. Other duties as assigned by Supervisor.

10. As GAL, performs all duties in compliance with Rule 48 of the Rules of Superintendence for the Courts of Ohio and is subject to the approval of Hamilton County Juvenile Court.

Apr 4, 2019 Administrative Assistant PROKIDS Part Time To apply, please submit your resume and cover letter to Dstultz@prokids.org via email by April 30, 2019. Note that ProKids does not accept phone call inquiries. TITLE: Administrative Assistant (part Details
Kara Feltrup

ProKids

kfeltrup@prokids.org

5134876441

482 Full Link


Part Time

To apply, please submit your resume and cover letter to Dstultz@prokids.org via email by April 30, 2019.

Note that ProKids does not accept phone call inquiries.

TITLE: Administrative Assistant (part time 20 hours per week)

This role requires a belief in the ProKids vision of a safe, permanent, and nurturing home for every child. If you want to advocate for abused and neglected children in a culture that mobilizes our community, ProKids is a place where you can make a difference.

PROGRAM: Professional Development Team

TEAM RESPONSIBILITY: Ensures appropriate training and certification for ProKids CASA volunteers and staff. Develops capacity within the child protection community to enhance and expand the skill level of child protection professionals in order to effectively serve children across the child protection system.

POSITION FOCUS: Provides administrative support to the Professional Development Team including data entry, requesting documents, filing, and scheduling.

EXPERIENCE REQUIRED: Ability to work a flexible schedule including occasional early mornings, evenings, and Saturdays. Attention to details. Excellent organizational skills, oral and written communication skills, and knowledge of database management and Microsoft Office. Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work collaboratively on internal and external teams.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Regularly required to sit and stand for prolonged periods; frequently required to talk or hear, often in large crowds or busy environments; regularly required to walk and reach with hands and arms; occasionally lift and/or move up to 10 pounds; ability to occasionally work irregular hours and nights and weekends as required for the operation of ProKids.

SUPERVISED BY: Professional Development Team Leader

SUPERVISION EXERCISED: Volunteer(s)

RESPONSIBILITIES

1. Provides administrative support to the Professional Development Team.
2. Supports the recertification process for all CASA Volunteers including, but not limited to:
• gathering and processing background check forms,
• gathering and processing all necessary information,
• maintaining database records and entry,
• maintaining all paper and electronic files.
3. Supports all ProKids training including, but not limited to:
• room setup,
• securing, copying and ensuring materials and supplies are available and ready,
• maintaining online training entry, registration and reminders,
• maintaining database records and entry.
4. Responsible for gathering and submitting all reimbursement paperwork to funding sources including Ohio CASA.
5. Ensure the effective representation of ProKids to external organizations and individuals.
6. Communicates need for volunteers and provides assistance in designing and implementing volunteer training. Supervises, manages, supports, evaluates, and communicates on-going status of volunteers.
7. Assists with the setting and evaluation of all agency goals and objectives, including but not limited to:
• Recommendation for program changes and improvements.
• Providing raw data.
• Communicating all financial needs and expenses.
8. Attend & provide assistance with all development activities and events.
9. Performs duties in accordance with ProKids objectives and in compliance with relevant standards and agency commitments.
10. Attends all staff meetings and establishes good teamwork with co-workers.
11. Other duties as assigned by Supervisor.

Apr 17, 2019 Senior Vice President, Engagement & Marketing United Way of Greater Cincinnati Full Time The Senior Vice President, Engagement & Marketing, will lead the organization’s marketing, communications, volunteer engagement, community engagement, and government relations functions in o Details
Pam Haney

United Way of Greater Cincinnati

pam.haney@uwgc.org

5137627197

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Full Time

The Senior Vice President, Engagement & Marketing, will lead the organization’s marketing, communications, volunteer engagement, community engagement, and government relations functions in order to enhance the organization’s brand reputation, donor engagement and community support with a strong emphasis on digital engagement, content, and analysis of data toward audience stewardship and growth.  Directs the activities of staff and volunteers in maximizing engagement and marketing opportunities that positively position United Way of Greater Cincinnati as a leader and convener of multiple community partners to achieve United Way’s strategic goal of breaking the cycle of poverty. Serves as the official media spokesperson.   

KEY AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY: 

  • ·         Create and provide a visible presence in the community, publicize the organization’s
    activities and create awareness of, support for and engagement with the organization year-round and during the annual campaign/other resource development efforts.
  • ·         Promote a digital-first approach toward engagement and technology, seeking first to maximize efficiencies and eliminate redundant campaigns, systems, platforms, and tools.
  • ·         Direct and coordinate implementation of customized communications, media marketing, individual and online strategies and programs targeted at key target audiences and the general public throughout the 10-county, 3-state region, within and beyond the workplace.
  • ·         Ensure the coordination and brand consistency of communications activities within the organization and network by managing the creation and production of digital, print and audio/visual materials.
  • ·         Lead the development and implementation of all volunteer and community engagement efforts that are aligned to United Way’s impact goals, demonstrate authenticity in bringing the community together, and support deeper donor and corporate engagement. Direct the Volunteer Connection team in developing and executing volunteer engagement opportunities for target audiences that build awareness of and connection to United Way’s work.
  • ·         Direct all media and public relations to build brand reputation and trust. Direct the goals, objectives and work of the market research program, including determination of approaches, analyses, reports, management of research data, and selection of both paid and pro bono vendors. Lead crisis communications as needed.
  • ·         Oversee government relations efforts aimed at mobilizing advocates and influencing public policy change in support of United Way’s impact priorities.
  • ·         Work in collaboration with agency, community and initiative partners to present the collective impact we make together in improving the lives of children, families and individuals.
  • ·         Provide managerial leadership to direct reports. Ensure ongoing training and development. Inspire teamwork, within the team and across the organization, and serve as a positive presence as an advocate for change and business transformation. 

COMPETENCIES: Marketing & Branding, Digital and Media Literacy; Effective and Engaging Communicator; Embracing and Managing Change; Community or Government Relations; Product Development; Diversity, Equity & Inclusion; Data Driven Decision Making; Focus on Managing Customer Experience; Personal Accountability 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • ·         Master’s Degree in Business or Marketing preferred or bachelor’s degree in one of the aforementioned disciplines, or equivalent experience.
  • ·         At least 8 years of experience in increasingly responsible marketing and communications positions.
  • ·         Communication Skills: Excellent writing, editing, presenting and verbal interpersonal communication skills.
  • ·         Excellent relationship building skills and ability to engage and influence a variety of diverse groups/individuals.
  • ·         Strategic thinking and planning skills.
  • ·         Strong management and change leadership experience. Ability to recruit, manage, lead and motivate the work of employees and volunteers.
  • ·         Stress Management: Ability to keep calm under pressure in crisis management.
  • ·         Strong organizational, analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • ·         High level knowledge of regional community, all communications media and United Way fundraising desired. 
  • ·         Strong Proficiency in MS Office: Word, Excel, Outlook, PP, etc.
  • ·         Occasional travel to events within the regional area. 

Applicants should apply by Friday, May 10, 2019 via the link below:  

https://jobapply.page.link/8CSn 

UWGC is an Equal Opportunity Employer Committed to Diversity and Inclusion

Apr 18, 2019 Director, Planned Giving United Way of Greater Cincinnati Full Time   The Director, Planned Giving is responsible for leadership of, and staff and volunteer support in developing, coordinating and managing the Planned Giving program for United Way of Greater Cin Details
Pam Haney

United Way of Greater Cincinnati

pam.haney@uwgc.org

5137627197

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Full Time

 

The Director, Planned Giving is responsible for leadership of, and staff and volunteer support in developing, coordinating and managing the Planned Giving program for United Way of Greater Cincinnati (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; and 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. 
  • ·         Assists in coordinating with and providing input to cross-functional UWGC teams regarding planned giving work.
  • ·         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.
  • ·         Stewards Legacy Members.
  • ·         Establishes and maintains good working relationships with professional advisors.
  • Works closely with UWGC Foundation volunteers, Development 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. 

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

MININUM QUALIFICATIONS: 

  • ·         Master’s degree in Business or similar discipline preferred or bachelor’s degree in one of the aforementioned disciplines, or equivalent experience.
  • ·         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.
  • ·         Frequent local travel within the regional area, including occasional evenings and weekends. 

Applicants should apply by Friday, May 10, 2019 via the link below:  

https://jobapply.page.link/bhCr 

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

 

Apr 3, 2019 Real Estate Development Coordinator Working In Neighborhoods Full Time REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR Organization Background Working In Neighborhoods’ (WIN) is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to Empower people to make informed choices for themselv Details
Hope E. Wilson

Working In Neighborhoods

winfo@wincincy.org

513-541-4109

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Full Time

REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR

Organization Background

Working In Neighborhoods’ (WIN) is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to Empower people to make informed choices for themselves and their neighborhoods through Community Building, Home Ownership, and Economic Learning. Since 1978, WIN has revitalized communities and helped families build equity by providing home buyer and credit counseling, sponsoring financial literacy classes, renovating and building homes for first-time home owners,  and training neighborhood residents to work together to improve their own communities.  WIN works closely with neighborhood groups and other stakeholders to ensure all homes are a welcome and integral part of the community.  Since 1981 WIN has been involved in the construction and rehab of over 165 units of housing.

Position Description

WIN is seeking an individual with a strong commitment to increasing housing opportunities and community development to join our team.  The Real Estate Development Coordinator is responsible for the development of WIN’s housing opportunities and community revitalization in targeted areas to achieve WIN’s mission.  Responsibilities include all aspects of the development process including but not limited to: project feasibility, site acquisition, financing, construction, and sale of the property.  The Real Estate Development Coordinator will interact and collaborate with neighborhood groups, community partners, funders, and public officials to achieve WIN’s housing development goals.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field required. Masters preferred.
  • Minimum of three years’ experience in real estate project management.
  • Multifamily development experience or training preferred.
  • Strong oral and written communication skills.
  • Must be proficient in Microsoft programs (Excel, Work, PowerPoint)
  • Working knowledge of nonprofit real estate development from project conception to completion, including knowledge of urban planning, zoning, and real estate finance principles.   Alternative Energy Technology knowledge preferred.
  • Familiarity with government housing programs, construction lending process, and planning process.
  • Ability to work with a diverse group of people including agency staff, community partners, contractors, funders, and residents.

 To Apply

Applications will be accepted until April 30, 2019.  Applicants should email a letter of interest and resume to winfo@wincincy.org or submit to:

 Working In Neighborhoods

Personnel Committee

1814 Dreman Avenue

Cincinnati, Ohio 45223

 Working In Neighborhoods is an Equal Opportunity Employer.