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Date Posted Title Company Type Description  
Aug 30, 2021 Executive Director St. Francis Seraph Ministries Full Time ABOUT ST. FRANCIS SERAPH MINISTRIES A plea from Archbishop Purcell to the Franciscans of St. Leopold Province in Austria lead to the formation of The Franciscan Friars in 1854 located in Over-the-Rhi Details
Anne M. Maxfield

St. Francis Seraph Ministries

ammaxfield1@gmail.com


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Full Time

ABOUT ST. FRANCIS SERAPH MINISTRIES

A plea from Archbishop Purcell to the Franciscans of St. Leopold Province in Austria lead to the formation of The Franciscan Friars in 1854 located in Over-the-Rhine. During the 1980’s, the Friars launched two of the signature programs - Sarah Center and The Dining Room. In 2012, St. Francis Seraph Ministries (SFSM) was established as a separate nonprofit organization and is governed by a board of directors. Today, SFSM is seen as a catalyst for resource development and communication for the urban poor. They are the creator of the St. Anthony Center, a nonprofit hub located at the corner of Liberty and Republic Streets. Visit https://www.sfsministries.org for more information.

 

SUMMARY

The board of directors of SFSM, a faith-based nonprofit, is seeking an experienced, visionary, and passionate nonprofit professional to grow the mission through the implementation of the 2020-2023 strategic plan. The executive director will establish and implement agency strategy to ensure that SFSM remains operationally sound and stays on course with the mission. The executive director will inspire, and set the tone/culture for the staff, volunteers, funders, food sources, as well as our external partners. He/she will grow the SFSM strategically and intentionally – take it to the next level - and engage key stakeholders and staff to achieve greater outcomes. While the new executive director does not have to be a practicing Catholic, he/she must understand the tenets of Catholicism and embrace the charism of the Friars.


ESSENTIAL JOB RESPONSIBILITIES
Strategic Vision and Leadership

  1. Serve as the top leader for implementation of any existing strategic plan, as well as future plans.
  2. Collaborate with the board of directors and update the existing succession plan on a regular basis.
  3. Develop and maintain a collaborative working relationship with the Franciscan Friars and the St. Anthony Center partners.
     

Community Engagement

  1. Serve as the “face” of SFSM with funders, stakeholders, and with community leaders.
  2. Ensure that SFSM is involved and aware of local and national initiatives that relate to food insecurity, poverty, and programs that teach people to how to empower themselves.
  3. Enhance SFSM’s image by being active and visible in the community; create and cultivate connections with other

nonprofit leaders, funders, partners, and anyone who has an interest in the mission and purpose of SFSM.

 
Philanthropy

  1. Ensure the flow of funds allows SFSM’s important mission to advance.
  2. Continue to engage foundations, individual donors, and corporate partners to raise funds for current and future programs and activities.
  3. Actively engage and energize SFSM volunteers, board members, and event committees to raise funds.

 

Operations

  1. Set the tone and culture for the SFSM staff in terms of learning and development, regular staff meetings, adherence to core values.
  2. In the operations role, serve as the liaison to the board of directors and staff related committees. Prepare for board meetings, serve as a strong partner with the chair and the executive committee, understand the role difference between governance and operations.
  3. Collaborate with the finance director for yearly operating budgets and ensure SFSM operates within the confines of the approved budget.
  4. Once the board of directors approves a policy, ensure there are procedures written around these policies so that staff and volunteers understand the implementation process and the proper alignment with the policy and the mission.

 

Mission: Programs & Services

  1. Improve/enhance program-delivery through existing partnerships and collaborations.
  2. Develop and implement new and/or standardized programs and services
  3. Ensure effective and efficient systems to regularly evaluate program components, measure success, and communicate effectively to the board, funders, and other constituents/stakeholders.

 

QUALIFICATIONS
Key and Necessary Skill-Sets

  1. Leadership (empathy, listening, organizational management, people-management, hold staff accountable, board liaison, oversee entire SFSM operations, commitment to DEI).
  2. Entrepreneurial (self-motivated, innovative, creative).
  3. Strategic (vision, mission, critical-thinking).
  4. Outcome (measurements, outputs, inflows, reporting).
  5. Resource development (community-building, community connections, financial/in-kind resources, philanthropy, people-resources).

 

Other Qualifications

  1. Bachelor of Arts or Science in any discipline, minimum.
  2. Minimum of eight years’ experience in a leadership capacity - preferably all, or in part - in the nonprofit sector.
  3. Minimum of five years’ experience leading a team; ability to coach direct reports and help them coach their team.
  4. Demonstrated communication skills (Friars leadership, staff, school, donors, foundations, key stakeholders, community partners, St. Anthony Center partners, and volunteers).

 

TIMELINE & RESUME SUBMITTAL PROCESS

August 30 – Oct. 3, 2021  Recruitment of potential candidates for executive director

Sept. 6 – Oct. 8, 2021     Phase I: Virtual or in-person interviews (45 minutes to 1 hour) with Anne Maxfield, nonprofit consultant and/or search committee chair

October 18 & 19, 2021    Phase II: Virtual or in-person Interviews (1.5 hours) with SFSM search committee and Anne Maxfield

October 25, 2021            Phase III: Virtual or in-person interview (1.5 to 2.0 hours) with board of directors and key staff

End of October               Extend offer contingent upon reference checks, etc.

December 1, 2021           Onboard as the new executive director

 

The search committee reserves the right to adjust the timeline and the process at any time.

Cover Letter & Resume Submission Instructions - all candidates’ interest and submission will be held in confidence.

Qualified candidates should submit their cover letter and resume to: Anne M. Maxfield at ammaxfield1@gmail.com, who is assisting the board with this search. ALL candidates’ cover letters and resumes will be carefully reviewed and each will receive confirmation of receipt from Anne. Only those candidates who will be invited to Phase I interviews will receive a second communication. Thank you for your interest in St. Francis Seraph Ministries and driving its purpose.

Sep 1, 2021 Chief Operating Officer La Soupe Full Time Chief Operating Officer La Soupe is a 501 (c)(3) food rescue organization that bridges the gap between food waste and hunger.Our chef based model utilizes a large volunteer network to rescue perishab Details
Laura Connelly

La Soupe

employment@lasoupe.org


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Full Time

Chief Operating Officer

La Soupe is a 501 (c)(3) food rescue organization that bridges the gap between food waste and hunger.
Our chef based model utilizes a large volunteer network to rescue perishables from farms, grocers and
wholesalers. Our highly talented Transform Team of chefs and volunteers transform this food into healthy
soupes and meals. These items are distributed to roughly 100 share partners across the Tri-State area
that feed the food insecure.
We have a well established program of rescuing prepared overages from restaurants and catering and
deliver directly to agencies that feed the hungry. Since inception in 2014, La Soupe has rescued over two
million pounds of food and has shared over one million servings to the community.


Responsibilities
The successful candidate for this position must have a passion for addressing food waste and food
insecurity in our community through a dedicated team (of employees and volunteers) which is financially
supported by grants, generous donors, and retail sales.
Guided by La Soupe’s mission and core values, the COO will provide leadership and strategic vision to
the organization. They will bring operational, managerial, and administrative procedures, reporting
structures, and operation controls to the company. The COO will effectively communicate and foster
growth of the La Soupe team. This is a vital leadership role that will drive results, spur growth, and
increase the overall efficiency of La Soupe. This position reports directly to the Board of Directors.

This position is responsible and accountable for the following:
● Manage and implement La Soupe’s strategic initiatives
● Set challenging and realistic goals for growth, performance and productivity and leading our
current group of 28 employees to success, in a culture of collaboration and accountability
● Create effective measurement tools to gauge the efficiency and effectiveness of internal and
external processes
● Provide accurate and timely reports outlining the operational condition of La Soupe
● Partner with the CFO to achieve favorable financial results with respect to development, cash
flow, program expansion or capacity increases
● Insuring La Soupes programs and operations are run effectively and within budget
● Recruiting, supervising and motivating staff
● Spearhead the development, communication and implementation of effective growth strategies
and processes
● Foster a growth oriented, positive and encouraging environment
● Advocates for La Soupe’s mission with the organization’s partners and community at large
● Overseeing the recruitment process, planning and implementing training programs for staff and
ensuring that employees follow best practices and La Soupe’s policies
● Is fully accountable for the workplace safety at La Soupe
● Acts as the official representative of La Soupe to volunteers, those visiting the facility, vendors
and suppliers, and accrediting bodies

Qualifications and Experience Needed
● A proven track record of managing a two to three tier organization
● Five or more years in a food service organization or like experience, such as, manufacturing or
distribution
● Strong Leadership, Communication and Operational skills
● Non profit experience is a plus, but not required
● Experience building a high performance team
● Sound judgment and self-confidence to enable others to excel in their individual programs

La Soupe, Inc. values a diverse and inclusive work environment where every team member matters. All
qualified applicants for this position will receive consideration for employment without regard to race,
color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics,
disability, age, or veteran status.

Please send your resume, bio, any other helpful documents, or questions to: employment@lasoupe.org

Sep 7, 2021 Research Associate University of Cincinnati Evaluation Services Center Full Time University of Cincinnati Evaluation Services Center (UCESC) is seeking a research associate to lead data and evidence-based evaluation projects that change lives, systems, and communities. UCES Details
Rachel Smith

UC Evaluation Services Center

SMITHRR@ucmail.uc.edu


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Full Time

University of Cincinnati Evaluation Services Center (UCESC) is seeking a research associate to

lead data and evidence-based evaluation projects that change lives, systems, and communities.

UCESC’s team of specialists provide evaluation design and technical assistance, collect and analyze

data, and report results for local, state, and national partners. UCESC conducts 30-40 projects

annually in the fields of public health, education, and related human services using specialized

technology. UCESC’s team includes staff with masters and doctoral degrees in research, education,

or related fields as well as support staff, graduate and undergraduate students.

 

Job Overview

The UCESC Research Associate conducts all aspects of studies (e.g., idea generation, instrument

development, research design, data analysis, report and publication writing, and presentations),

ensuring that results are useful for the project stakeholders. The Research Associate will work

collaboratively in a team environment, actively promote and contribute to the Center’s continuous

improvement, and contribute to the initiation of business development, including proposal writing.

Responsibilities also include supporting graduate assistants and junior employees in growth and

development for project work (as needed).

 

UC is an AA/EOE-M/F/D/V.

 

For additional information on how to apply go to:  https://bit.ly/3DA7Ic4

Sep 8, 2021 Chief Financial Officer Caracole, Inc. Full Time Chief Financial Officer (CFO) sought by Caracole, Inc. a well-respected nonprofit with a 34-year-history. The CFO  is responsible for all aspects of agency financial management and works  closely Details
Natalie Thompson

Von Lehman CPA

nthompson@vlcpa.com

5136736831

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Full Time

Chief Financial Officer (CFO) sought by Caracole, Inc. a well-respected nonprofit with a 34-year-history. The CFO  is responsible for all aspects of agency financial management and works  closely with the Executive Director, Board, and senior leadership to  ensure the mission is fulfilled as effectively and efficiently as  possible. The CFO develops the agency budget and produces  financial reports for management staff, Board and funders. Maps funding  sources for strategic planning, and manages government grant budgets. Develops and monitors all financial policies and  procedures, and leads on all agency and grant audits.

Caracole,  Inc. is Greater Cincinnati tristate region's nonprofit AIDS Service  Organization, devoted to positively changing lives in the fight against  HIV/AIDS. 

VonLehman CPA & Advisory Firm has been retained to conduct  the Chief Financial Officer search. 

RESPONSIBILITIES: 

  • Prepare and monitor activity against all budgets as requested by Executive Director or Board Treasurer.
  • Manage cash flow and use of the Line of Credit
  • Produce financial reports for Board meetings.
  • Coordinate the collection and analysis of data for internal evaluation, outcomes and grant reporting.
  • Maintain records on the purchase, location and disposal of all grant-funded agency equipment.
  • Staff Board Finance Committee.
  • Maintain and update Agency Financial Policy and Procedure Manual.
  • Coordinate all activities with accounting firm performing annual audit.
  • Produce monthly financial reports for each program.
  • Oversee all grant budgets and billings in line with all applicable regulations, processes and best practices.
  • Work with all program directors and Executive Director in projecting annual and bi-annual budgets.
  • Be an active member of administrative team and participate in all financial matters concerning agency.
  • Assure that all financial activities are consistent with Caracole mission.
  • Participate, train and develop financial tracking/updating for all programs.

 Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree in accounting or equivalent experience.
  • Minimum three years’ experience of financial management in non-profit arena with multi-program budgets.
  • Demonstrated ability in designing systems for tracking financial activity, producing reports which track multi-program revenue and expense, and management.
  • Experience in creating reports to meet accountability requirements of private and public funders.

 SALARY AND BENEFITS

This position is full time, salaried, from $85,000 year. Benefits include Medical, Dental, Vision, Life and Disability Insurance, 401K. We are a progressive, dynamic human services organization and a great place to work!

Reflective of our strategic and client needs, we are proactively seeking a diverse applicant pool including applicants who are African American, Spanish speakers, immigrants, veterans, LGBTQ+, individuals with disabilities and/or people with lived experience of HIV or homelessness.  We are a progressive, dynamic human services organization and a great place to work! 

 

Sep 8, 2021 Volunteer Manager Women Helping Women Full Time Recruits, manages, trains, and supports volunteers  Establish and implement effective recruitment processes to actively engage individuals and community partners to ensure volunteer support is ava Details
Cheryl Thomas

Women Helping Women

cthomas@womenhelpingwomen.org

513-977-5543

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Full Time

Recruits, manages, trains, and supports volunteers 

  • Establish and implement effective recruitment processes to actively engage individuals and community partners to ensure volunteer support is available to meet agency needs.
  • Develops and implements policies and practices for volunteers.
  • Initiates, plans and delivers trainings for volunteers and interns.
  • Maintains regular communication with volunteers to keep them updated on the agency, events, trainings, and policy changes related to their volunteer tasks.
    • Trains volunteers and interns to provide services that are: client focused, excellent in quality and empowering to the clients, and affirms the value of diversity and inclusion, and is respectful to all survivors (e.g., gender identity, class, race, ethnicity, ability, religion/spirituality, cultural identity, immigrant or refugee status, and sexual orientation).

 Outcome Analysis of Programs & Continuous Improvement

  • Using volunteer database, maintains highly accurate records / reporting systems / volunteer hours and submits on time (e.g., documentation for WHW, for funders, for partner agencies).
  • Participates in the on-going process of evaluation and revising volunteer procedures as appropriate including programmatic changes to meet the needs of the agency and volunteers.
  • Ensure volunteer database files and accurately updated and information usable and accessible to colleagues.

Agency Teamwork

  • Establishes and maintains effective and professional working relationships with coworkers, volunteers, interns, donors, and board members.
  • Participates in any additional training and development opportunities provided by the Agency.
  • Work with team members to determine volunteer/program needs.
  • Participates actively in Agency meetings and functions.

Community Leadership

  • Develops and maintains effective, professional, and collaborative relationships with others in the community to assist with strategic volunteer recruitment and engagement.
  • Exercises discretion when representing the Agency and maintains confidentiality in interactions within community as appropriate.
  • Consistently advances the Agency and promotes positive public relations.

Supervision

  • Provides general management and oversight to volunteers and interns to ensure success of staff and Agency, and efficient use of resources.
  • Conducts interviews with potential volunteers. Reviews existing and recommends new criteria, develops interview questions and interviews candidates, makes selection recommendations and matching volunteers to appropriate volunteer roles.
  • Assigns tasks and responsibilities to volunteers.
  • Facilitates volunteer meetings regularly.  Insures teamwork and cohesiveness among team members, as well as with teams throughout the Agency.
  • Makes recommendations and provides documentation for volunteer disciplinary and termination actions. Takes appropriate steps with prior approval.

Requirements

BA/BS in Education or Human Service related field or equivalent experience required. 2-3 years of experience in social service field with demonstrated management and/or recruitment and supervisory experience required.  Demonstrated ability to design, deliver, and evaluate training/education required.  Proven experience with relationship and coalition building both internal and external a must.  Ability to work evening hours when facilitating trainings and/or meetings required.  SA, DV, crisis intervention with victims, advocacy experience preferred.

Sep 8, 2021 Executive Director Holly Hill Child & Family Solutions Full Time The Executive Director reports to the Board of Directors and is responsible for delivering high-quality professional services, the fiscal integrity of the agency, and the development of competent and Details
Gregory Nielsen

DCM Associates

gregory@dcm-associates.com

502-472-5367

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Full Time

The Executive Director reports to the Board of Directors and is responsible for delivering high-quality professional services, the fiscal integrity of the agency, and the development of competent and engaged staff. This person is the face of Holly Hill in the community, in frequent contact with key stakeholders. S/he is responsible for understanding trends in the field and having the vision to recommend new strategies consistent with the mission. The Executive Director also strives to maintain the strength and continuity of the Board of Directors.

Community Engagement and Strategic Growth

• Represents and advocates for the agency in its relationship with clients, vendors, funding sources, other agencies, and the community.

• The organizational spokesperson representing Holly Holl with the media, government officials, and other public entities.

• Keeps a pulse on trends in community services and healthcare to recommend strategic growth opportunities for the agency, including partnerships with other entities.

• Helps to increase the agency’s visibility and awareness in the community through effective marketing, public relations, and community engagement.

Program Management

• Works with Program Directors to develop and execute programs.

• Monitors programs in such a manner as to ensure maximum benefit to the client and community.

• Identifies ways to demonstrate impact and outcomes to key stakeholders.

Personnel Management

• Develops and maintains a sound plan of organization and provides for management development that will ensure the continuing effectiveness of the agency.

• Develops and administers sound personnel practices.

• Builds authentic, trusting relationships with Board members, staff members, and other partners and stakeholders.

• Oversees the personnel function of the agency, including active participation in or approval of personnel actions and volunteer/staff activities.

• Responds respectfully and effectively to people of all cultures, classes, races, ethnic backgrounds, and religions in a manner that recognizes, affirms, and values the worth of individuals, families, and communities and protects and preserves the dignity of all.

• Adheres to ethical standards of professionalism, including maintaining the confidentiality of each child and their family, in compliance with HIPAA regulations and agency policies.

Personnel Management

• Develops and maintains a sound plan of organization and provides for management development that will ensure the continuing effectiveness of the agency.

• Develops and administers sound personnel practices.

• Builds authentic, trusting relationships with Board members, staff members, and other partners and stakeholders.

• Oversees the personnel function of the agency, including active participation in or approval of personnel actions and volunteer/staff activities.

• Responds respectfully and effectively to people of all cultures, classes, races, ethnic backgrounds, and religions in a manner that recognizes, affirms, and values the worth of individuals, families, and communities and protects and preserves the dignity of all.

• Adheres to ethical standards of professionalism, including maintaining the confidentiality of each child and their family, in compliance with HIPAA regulations and agency policies.

Financial Management

• Prepares agency budget and arranges for presentation and interpretation of budgetary requirements.

• Administers the agency program within the budgetary provisions.

• Sets financial priorities and directs all financial operations.

Development & Fundraising

• Provides overall coordination and supervision of all fundraising and development activities in collaboration with development staff.

• Oversees and directs all grant applications and identifies other sources of funding.

• Oversees and directs any future expansion.

Board Relations

• Acts as an advisor to the Board of Directors, keeping it informed of agency operation, community needs, and developments in practice to have adequate information for carrying out its policy-making responsibility. This includes ex-officio membership on all committees.

• Ensures implementation of policies approved by the Board.

• Provides opportunities for Directors to make a maximum contribution to the agency; works to maintain the strength and continuity of the Board.

IDEAL CANDIDATE QUALIFICATIONS AND COMPETENCIES

The ideal candidate will be a passionate, savvy, and business-minded executive who will be deeply committed to the organization’s mission. The organization is seeking applicants with a minimum of 8 years of progressive leadership experience, including prior nonprofit and executive leadership experience. In addition, the ideal candidate will have a proven track record demonstrating:

• Transformational executive leadership with a proven track record as a change agent in either for-profit or nonprofit organizations.

• Charismatic leadership style coupled with initiative and follow-through to effectively develop trust and respect with all internal stakeholders: leadership team, clinical staff, board members, donors; and external stakeholders.

• Visionary thinking with demonstrated ability to assess an organization’s current performance and champions ideas and people towards a common strategic vision and culture of success.

• Entrepreneurial spirit with experience to seek investors and donors in support of the organization’s programs and services.

• Ability to become the “chief external officer” for developing positive and collaborative relationships with community and corporate leaders, state and regional elected and appointed officials, and behavioral healthcare agencies.

• Strong organizational and personal integrity with a positive outlook on life, a sense of humor and strong compassion for others.

COMPENSATION PACKAGE

Holly Hill is offering a competitive salary in the $125,000+ range for this position. In addition, the organization is pleased of provide:

• Medical Insurance through United Healthcare - 2 plans offered

• Dental Insurance through Delta Dental of Kentucky

• Vision Insurance through EyeMed Vision • FSA, HSA & HRA Plans dependent upon which medical plan is chosen

• Company Paid Life, AD&D and LTD through Standard Life

• 401k - Company contributes 4% of salary after 90 days. Fully vested after three years

• Tuition reimbursement of up to $2,000 per year,

• Funds budgeted for Professional Development for staff on a case-by-case basis Holly Hill and its employees demonstrate reciprocal trust and pride in being equal partners working toward growth and success.

CONTACT INFORMATION FOR INTERESTED CANDIDATES AND NOMINATIONS

If you would like to express your interest in this position or would like to nominate a candidate, please send a cover letter and resume to Gregory Nielsen, Managing Director, Southeast Region, DCM Associates at gregory@dcm-associates.com or 502-472-5367 or Dennis C. Miller, Founder & Chairman at dennis@dcm-associates.com or 201-956-1810.

 

 

Sep 9, 2021 Development Office, Foundation Relations YWCA Greater Cincinnati Full Time JOB SUMMARY  Provide foundation grants management to meet agency needs PRINCIPAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES Compile and monitor agency needs through ongoing needs assessments with program Details
Brooke Warren

YWCA Greater Cincinnati

jobs@ywcacin.org

513-361-2147

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Full Time

JOB SUMMARY 

Provide foundation grants management to meet agency needs

PRINCIPAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Compile and monitor agency needs through ongoing needs assessments with program staff and leadership
  • Work with VP of Finance, Executive Director and VP of Development to understand and meet agency funding gaps, and annual fundraising goals
  • Identify, research, and evaluate prospective family, corporate, and community foundations
  • Cultivate and develop relationships with new foundation donors
  • Develop and manage annual comprehensive grant plan and calendar with VP of Development
  • Assist with identification and tracking of relationships in Raiser’s Edge
  • Write, manage and submit all foundation grant requests for the agency as detailed in the annual grant plan, as well as opportunities that arise throughout the year
  • Provide the Finance and Development Committees of the Board with monthly updates
  • Understand and persuasively communicate to funders the organization’s mission, purpose, program initiatives, and greatest needs
  • Work with program staff to obtain information needed for grant proposals and reports as well as to understand components of their program that may appeal to specific funders
  • Work with finance and program staff to ensure project budgets, and organizational financials meet proposal requirements
  • Track moves management of proposals and maintain gift records in Raiser’s Edge
  • Build outcome and evaluation tracking measures for proposals with YWCA Program Directors and Data Systems Manager when applicable
  • Work with YWCA Program Directors and the Grant Manager to ensure compliance with grant awards
    • Ensure foundation donors are promptly acknowledged and recognized appropriately
    • Develop and facilitate quarterly stewardship communication with foundation donors
    • Work with program staff to complete, and provide reports to funders as needed
    • Facilitate communication between development, finance, and programs regarding application statuses and grants awarded
      • Assist with major fundraising events, letter writing, and proposals to other major gift prospects as needed
      • Other duties as assigned by the Vice President of Development

CLERICAL/GENERAL ADMINISTRATIVE

  • Responds to routine emails, phone calls, etc.
  • Makes copies, prints documents, etc.
  • Files paperwork.

Key Relationships:

  • VP of Development,VP of Finance,CEO/Executive Director,Director of Grants Administration, Data Systems Manager, YWCA Program Directors and Program Staff

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

Education/Experience

  • Bachelor's degree required with at least 2 years of experience in writing, researching and reporting. Master’s degree preferred.
  • Strong organizational and writing skills; basic understanding of data collection, database systems, and budgets; ability to work in a fast paced, multi-tasked environment; deadline driven; and proficiency in Excel and Word. 
  • Ability to work independently and manage projects.
  • Commitment to the YWCA mission of the elimination of racism and the empowerment of women.

Licenses/Credentials/Certifications

  • N/A

Skills/Specialized Knowledge/Abilities 

  • Calm, organized, patient, diplomatic, and confident demeanor in working with staff
  • Comfort in relating to a diversity of personalities
  • Advanced attention to detail and accuracy in all work
  • Intermediate ability to prioritize own wide-ranging work load and work independently
  • Ability to maintain the highest levels of confidentiality regarding business and staff information
  • Intermediate knowledge of Microsoft Office applications: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook
  • Intermediate ability to work collaboratively with colleagues
  • Strong verbal, written and organizational skills required
  • Flexibility, mature judgement, and confidence

WORKING CONDITIONS:

Working Hours/Environment

  • 37.5 hours per week 
  • Work typically performed in an indoor office setting, remotely and/or at various work sites 

This job description does not constitute a written or implied contract of employment.  This job description is not intended and should not be construed, to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, skills, efforts, or work conditions associated with the job.  Furthermore, the employer reserves the right to revise or change job duties and responsibilities as the need arises.

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

This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training.


Sep 9, 2021 Director, Racial Justice & Equity YWCA Greater Cincinnati Full Time JOB SUMMARY  The Director of Racial Justice and Equity is responsible for coordinating and developing programs, services, and initiatives designed to promote racial justice, diversity, equity a Details
Brooke Warren

YWCA Greater Cincinnati

jobs@ywcacin.org

513-361-2147

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Full Time

JOB SUMMARY 

The Director of Racial Justice and Equity is responsible for coordinating and developing programs, services, and initiatives designed to promote racial justice, diversity, equity and inclusion as essential elements of the mission. This is inclusive of all aspects of social justice programming, community engagement and communication, and staff development and equity programming including planning, organizing, staffing, and leading program activities.

PRINCIPAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

Program Development

  • Coordinate agency Toward Equity program
  • Create marketing plan and implement promoting the Toward Equity program to community partners
  • Oversight of Toward Equity curriculum evaluation process and update
  • Coordinate facilitators and logistics
  • Communication with community partners receiving Toward Equity
  • Provide Toward Equity facilitation as needed
  • Represent agency on various community collaboratives/committees focused on equity
  • Involvement with YWCA internal equity efforts and organizational change processes
  • Invoicing and coordinating payments with finance department
  • Research, identify and implement best practices of equity and diversity, assist in establishing a culture of inclusive excellence
  • Develop forms and records to document program activities
  • Support and contribute to Racial Justice Program processes and infrastructure, including meetings and events
  • Collaborate with various Departments interested in furthering their own programming related to racial/social justice.
  • Create, analyze and monitor outcomes to enhance services.
  • Provide vision, creativity and “big picture thinking” to define organization strategy
  • Shaping and participating in internal and program presentations, including weekend and evening events and workshops

Administration

  • Establishes budgets in conjunction with Executive Vice President & Finance Vice President and provides close oversite and assures that expenditures are aligned to available resources.
  • Ensures all necessary reports are completed in a timely manner.
  • Ensures that Executive Vice President is aware of program activities, problems or concerns.
  • Works with Executive Vice President and other Directors on coordination/integration of other YWCA programs, training, in-services and events.
  • Oversight of Advocacy and Racial Justice committees.

Community Involvement

  • Represent YWCA and provide leadership on various community coalitions and committees in order to promote best practices and advance community and agency goals.
  • Conveys the YWCA and program philosophy at community functions
  • Participates in special events and activities relative to racial justice and equity.
  • Provides training to community partners.

Other Assignments

  • Attends YWCA staff meetings, training or outside functions
  • Media contact and representation on issues related to racial justice/equity
  • Other duties as assigned by the Executive Vice President

Budget Responsibility

  • Assists in development of budget and provides on-going monitoring of expenditures and revenues
  • Identify and represent agency for potential funding opportunities as they arise in community

Support to Management, Supervisors and Staff

Key Relationships

  • Interacts with YWCA Executive staff, Board, staff, volunteers, consultants, other social services agencies, and various communities and outside organizational representatives.

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

Education/Experience

  • Bachelor Degree in related field of study and significant experience with a social justice organization or in racial justice work
  • Three years of management experience and expertise with diversity, equity, and inclusion
  • Management experience in project/program coordination
  • Management experience in facilitating social justice-oriented conversations, trainings, or workshops to varied audiences.
  • Experience in developing curriculum-based trainings and workshops related to social justice.
  • Professional presenter and trainer

Skills/Specialized Knowledge/Abilities 

  • Calm, organized, patient, diplomatic, and confident demeanor in working with staff and vendors
  • Comfort in relating to all levels of management and diversity of personalities
  • Advanced attention to detail and accuracy in all work
  • Intermediate ability to prioritize own wide-ranging work load and work independently
  • Ability to maintain the highest levels of confidentiality regarding business and staff information
  • Intermediate ability to work collaboratively with colleagues and vendors
  • Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain close, collegial and effective working relationships with colleagues and grantees of diverse backgrounds and perspectives,
  • /Deep knowledge and understanding of criminalization of communities of color and the criminal justice system personal experience with criminalization or the criminal justice system is a plus,
  • Ability to think and work intersectionally, particularly about race, class, gender, sexual orientation, and gender identity,
  • Familiarity with organizing and power building strategies,
  • Strong research, analytic, problem solving and writing skills, and ability to synthesize information clearly and concisely,
  • Close attention to follow-up and detail,
  • Ability to communicate clearly and persuasively, orally and in writing,
  • Ability to plan and manage multiple priorities on different timelines,
  • Ability to handle confidential information with complete discretion,
  • Understands and values social justice, including racial and gender equity as an organizational operating mission and is committed to continued learning on issues related to race, gender, equity, diversity, and inclusion.
  • Computer skills including Microsoft Office/Office 365 expertise.  Internet and virtual platform expertise.

WORKING CONDITIONS:

Working Hours/Environment

  • Office hours are 37.5 per week; may require additional hours periodically, including evening and weekends depending on business needs
  • Work at various work sites

Tools and Equipment Used

  • Personal computer, copier, fax/scanner, phone, and other typical office equipment
  • Travel
  • Minimal – travel to various work sites in the Greater Cincinnati area

This job description does not constitute a written or implied contract of employment.  This job description is not intended and should not be construed, to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, skills, efforts, or work conditions associated with the job.  Furthermore, the employer reserves the right to revise or change job duties and responsibilities as the need arises.

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

This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training.


Sep 13, 2021 External Relations Coordinator St Vincent De Paul Society Part Time Reports to: Events and Partnerships Manager & Marketing and Communications Manager Hours: 20 hours/week (TBD), Non-Exempt Location: SVDP’sLiz Carter Center (1125 Bank Street)   Back Details
Denise Jewell

St Vincent De Paul Society

djewell@svdpcincinnati.org

15135628856

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Part Time

Reports to: Events and Partnerships Manager & Marketing and Communications Manager

Hours: 20 hours/week (TBD), Non-Exempt

Location: SVDP’sLiz Carter Center (1125 Bank Street)

 

Background: St. Vincent de Paul – Cincinnati (SVDP) has served residents of greater Cincinnati for over 150 years with basic needs such as food, medicine, and homelessness prevention through its outreach center in the West End and through 53 parish-based volunteer Conferences. SVDP provides holistic direct assistance and systemic change services while treating neighbors in need with dignity and compassion.

SVDP’s mission: A network of neighbors, inspired by Gospel values, growing in holiness and building a more just world through personal relationships with and service to people in need.

 

Scope of Position: The External Relations Coordinator is responsible for supporting the efforts of the External Relations team to promote and engage the community in the mission of SVDP. Specifically, the External Relations Coordinator will support the planning and execution of SVDP’s three main fundraising events, as well as smaller stewardship events, facilitate donation drives (coats, food, toys, etc.) with community partners and source and create content for social and owned media (newsletters, annual reports, etc).  

 

Responsibilities include:

  1. Create and schedule posts for SVDP’s four social media platforms in accordance with SVDP’s social media calendar; source content, write language and find/design images 
  2. Identify neighbors and volunteers willing to share the story of their engagement with SVDP; arrange interviews and draft stories to be featured through SVDP’s different communication channels
  3. Support fundraising and stewardship event coordination, from the initial, conceptual planning stage to day-of logistics
  4. Manage the silent auction/raffle components of SVDP’s events: solicit donations of gift cards, experiences and items; develop communications for auction; package items; train volunteers 
  5. Create communications and signage for events, as needed; this may include communications through SVDP’s email marketing system and simple graphic design of signage for event
  6. Serve as a main point of contact for select community partners who are supporting SVDP through a donation drive (to collect items like food, coats and personal care items for SVDP); facilitate logistics of these efforts
  7. Support maintenance of SVDP’s WordPress website; including simple graphic design work, drafting copy and updating existing copy, as needed
  8. Provide support and perform other duties as needed for the External Relations Team

  

Qualifications: 

  • Understanding of and commitment to the mission of St. Vincent de Paul
  • Highly developed attention to detail
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills
  • Adaptability to a fast-paced and fast-changing work environment
  • Ability to communicate effectively with different constituencies
  • Familiarity with social media platforms and event planning
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office, including Word and Excel, and preferred proficiency with Canva or Adobe InDesign, WordPress and Constant Contact
  • High school or equivalent diploma required; associates or bachelor’s degree preferred
  • Availability to work some event-related evenings and weekends

 

Physical Requirements:Job duties can primarily be performed from a desk using standard office equipment. Occasional requirement to lift items of 20 pounds for special events.

 

Applicants should send resume and cover letter to djewell@svdpcincinnati.org by September 22nd.

 

 

Sep 13, 2021 Manager of Stores Accounting St Vincent De Paul Society Full Time St. Vincent de Paul Stores, a nonprofit organization consisting of eight thrift stores and donation centers, provides low-cost and free clothing, household items and furniture to low-income individual Details
Denise Jewell

St Vincent De Paul Society

djewell@svdpcincinnati.org

5135628856

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Full Time

St. Vincent de Paul Stores, a nonprofit organization consisting of eight thrift stores and donation centers, provides low-cost and free clothing, household items and furniture to low-income individuals and families.  It also supports the mission of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul - Cincinnati to provide emergency assistance to those in need throughout Cincinnati and Hamilton County.  SVDP Stores, which has retail sales exceeding $13 million and over 300 employees, is looking for a Manager of Stores Accounting to support its operations. 

Primary Responsibilities

  • Perform monthly closing activities, including preparation of journal entries, bank and balance sheet account reconciliations, financial statements, and management reports
  • Reconcile daily cash and credit card deposits for each store to daily sales reports
  • Process accounts payable, including sales tax filings, annual 1099 filings, and credit card administration
  • Serve as backup for payroll processing with third-party service provider
  • Prepare bank deposits as needed
  • Maintain petty cash
  • Prepare required schedules and documentation for annual audit and assist with the preparation and compilation of data necessary to complete annual informational tax returns
  • Prepare annual budgets
  • Prepare national annual reporting
  • Maintain and improve appropriate accounting controls

 

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree in accounting or equivalent experience
  • 3-5 years accounting experience, not-for profit experience a plus
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office, especially Excel, and general accounting systems
  • Financial reporting experience including complete financial statements and all aspects of general ledger accounting; experience with accounts payable processing; payroll processing experience desired
  • 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.

Sep 15, 2021 Manager, IT ArtsWave Full Time ArtsWave’s Manager, IT will serve as a key member of the Data/IT team, helping to ensure ArtsWave’s capacity to successfully conduct the Annual ArtsWave Community Campaign which raises mor Details
Kate Kennedy

ArtsWave

kate.kennedy@artswave.org

5136320114

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Full Time

ArtsWave’s Manager, IT will serve as a key member of the Data/IT team, helping to ensure ArtsWave’s capacity to successfully conduct the Annual ArtsWave Community Campaign which raises more than $10 million annually from tens of thousands of donors.

The role will manage a roster of e-pledge campaigns and serve as an administrator for ArtsWave’s CRM system. This role also serves as an IT generalist and is responsible for a variety of tasks including support of initiatives led by the Senior Director, Information Technology.

Extreme attention to detail, great organizational skills, and strong interpersonal skills are required as well as a willingness to do whatever it takes to get the job done. The candidate must also be willing to regularly perform certain tasks which are not necessarily IT related.

Essential Functions and Responsibilities

StratusLIVE CRM System

  • Administer StratusLIVE CRM system including security administration, system configuration, and the development of report specs and queries
  • Workplace Giving Portal administration including:
    • Set up company campaigns, including preparing, cleansing, and importing data from corporate partners
    • Support companies while their employee campaigns are running including email communications
    • Processing and posting the transactional data
    • Give Now site administration including:
      • Managing changes and enhancements to the site
      • Supporting transactional processing
      • Manage and execute the process to send email acknowledgements to donors who give less than $500 and have an email address on file
      • Manage and execute process to distribute donor benefits that are delivered electronically including ArtsWave Pass and Team Cincinnati
      • Identify opportunities for improving business processes and implement the changes
      • Assess new functionality with an attentive focus on developing tools to aid the DevCom team in maximizing fundraising results
      • Process pledges and payments which arrive in spreadsheet form vs. electronically from workplace giving portals and our Give Now sites
      • Compile the necessary data to support producing IRS letters annually
      • Take part in the batch data entry review / correction process as needed

General IT / Administration

  • Administer the building security system and occasionally review logs and tape as needed
  • Administering phone system including:
    • Adding and removing users
    • Troubleshooting and working with Cincinnati Bell to support and resolve issues
    • Administer SharePoint site and address questions from team members
    • Assist with the setup of new laptops
    • Occasionally assume the role of liaison between users and Emerge
    • Occasionally work with hardware and software vendors to resolve ArtsWave Pass site and ArtsWave.org site issues as well as other software and managed hardware to resolve IT related issues
    • Contribute to team effort by accomplishing related tasks and requests as needed
    • Take part in additional projects which may include ArtsWave Pass, general website improvements, etc.
    • Other duties as assigned, including occasional help on weekends or evenings at ArtsWave-sponsored events.
    • Assist fellow ArtsWave employees with technology related questions and issues.

 Required Competencies

  • Strong problem-solving skills
  • Ability to understand and analyze reporting needs of internal and external program teams
  • Willingness to excel at a variety of work, not just IT related
  • Willingness to collaborate with others to resolve problems
  • Comfortable working with new technologies
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment
  • Desire to learn new processes and procedures to become more proficient and to help the team
  • A strong work ethic and a high degree of reliability

 Required Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in computer science or equivalent work experience
  • 2 years hands on experience working with large relational databases, experience with Microsoft Dynamic CRM systems is a strong plus
  • Excellent analytical, troubleshooting, and organizational skills
  • Detail oriented with exceptional accuracy
  • Strong command of Office 365 with a thorough knowledge of advanced Excel functions
  • Action oriented with a desire to proactively seek solutions and to function independently
  • Strong teamwork skills with experience working collaboratively and sharing information
  • Ability to work within and adhere to deadlines
  • Ability to multi-task
  • Excellent interpersonal and customer service skills, including good written and oral communication
  • High degree of confidentiality
  • Proven ability to work in a team environment
  • Capable of utilizing policies and procedures for accurate and independent decision making with minimal supervision

 Compensation & Benefits

 Salary range:  $55,000 - $65,000, commensurate with experience

  • Health, dental, vision, and life insurance available
  • 401(K) retirement plan with employer match
  • Paid holiday schedule
  • PTO accrual based on years of service

 About ArtsWave

With the help of tens of thousands of donors, ArtsWave supports more than 100 arts and community organizations that make our region an amazing place to live. We believe that the arts — music, dance, theatre, museums, festivals, and more — create a vibrant regional economy and a more connected community. ArtsWave is an equal opportunity employer and is strongly committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment where a variety of backgrounds, cultures, orientations, ideas, and talents can flourish.

To Apply

Qualified candidates should submit a cover letter and resume in one document to hroffice@artswave.org Subject Line: IT Manager by October 1, 2021. Incomplete applications will not be considered. No calls, please.

Sep 17, 2021 Development Director COVERD Greater Cincinnati Full Time Development DirectorFull-Time: 40 hours a week Reports to: Megan Fischer, CEOSalary: $24-26/hr (Salaried position)Location: Cincinnati, OH (1400 State Ave. 45204) Start Day: 11/2/2021Education Require Details
Megan Fischer

COVERD Greater Cincinnati

megan@sweetcheeksdiaperbank.org

5134021450

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Full Time

Development Director
Full-Time: 40 hours a week
Reports to: Megan Fischer, CEO
Salary: $24-26/hr (Salaried position)
Location: Cincinnati, OH (1400 State Ave. 45204)
Start Day: 11/2/2021
Education Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree or higher preferred but not required

About: COVERD Greater Cincinnati operates 3 programs: Sweet Cheeks Diaper Bank, Tidal Babe Period Bank, and Fly & Dry Basic Needs Bank. All programs work with local social service agencies to provide free basic hygiene items to low-income families while raising awareness of the basic health need for them. Our mission is to eliminate the existence of basic needs poverty in our community so that all members have a chance to be healthy, happy, and safe. We were founded in October of 2015 and have been experiencing rapid growth and success since then.

Role Description: The Development Director will work with the CEO to strengthen the financial sustainability of COVERD and its programs by helping our donors and prospects accomplish their philanthropic goals and ambitions through a relationship with the organization. Responsibilities will be both strategic and tactical, including the cultivation of new donors through development and execution of an overall development plan, donor strategies, managing prospective donor pipeline, foundation research, donor database management, grant applications and reports, grant and gift stewardship, and maintaining accurate and up-to-date information on donors, foundation funding opportunities, and prospects. The Development Director will also oversee our Support Coordinator who assists with many fundraising tasks. The Development Director’s role requires tact, diplomacy, and interaction with staff and the Board. Strong communications skills, written and verbal, are a must. Proven success in the nonprofit fundraising sphere is required. This role will be a key player in the success and continued rapid growth of COVERD Greater Cincinnati. CFRE preferred.

Essential Duties
Corporate & Foundation Relations (35%)
• Identify, qualify, and prioritize funders.
• Facilitate the development of relationships with funders through regular communications and arranging and prepping for meetings and presentations.
• Oversee tracking and meeting of grant submission and reporting deadlines.
• Draft and oversee the development of funding proposals and ensure proper submission.
• Coordinate the gathering of information (budgets, materials, evaluation reports, etc.) to support
• grant requests and reporting.
• Track the fulfillment of grants with program staff and serve as ongoing liaison to donors.
• Track the implementation of sponsor benefits according to level selected.

Individual Donor & Major Gifts Development (30%)
• Help develop system of policies, procedures, and practices that direct the actions of SCDB towards bringing in donors, forging relationships, and generating major gifts.
• Implement and maintain robust documentation of the relationship between donors and SCDB.
• Communicate with donors regularly through targeted updates about their gifts at work.
• Design and implement annual appeal.

Administration & Infrastructure (15%)
• Create annual fundraising calendar of activities.
• Maintenance of donor and foundation records and ensure accuracy and efficacy of donor database.
• Create monthly and annual fundraising reports.
• Serve as Development Committee staff liaison to the board.
• Sorting and handling of donor receipts.
• Management of donor acknowledgement, including thank you notes and phone calls.
• Rigorously evaluate all efforts and progress toward goals.

Marketing & Communications (10%)
• Send out monthly communications via emailed Newsletter.
• Write creative copy for promotional items in tandem with marketing contacts, including content for annual reports, planned giving, case for support, our website, and appeals.

Training (10%)
• Research potential training opportunities and attend several per year to improve and enhance development skills.

Skills needed:
• Attention to detail
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
• Proven ability to manage multiple duties and priorities in deadline-intensive situations
• Proven ability to raise funds in the nonprofit space, with demonstrated growth year over year
• Able to gather and synthesize information, draw insights, and summarize issues.
• Experience with Excel
• Experience with Google Drive
• The ability to handle conflict, confrontation, and uncomfortable situations head-on and with grace
• Proven ability to delegate and manage workloads and projects across functions
• Able to flourish in a creative team environment as well as operate independently
• Demonstrated ability for public speaking and delivering a compelling message (which would be about our organization, mission, and goals.)
• Strong analytic skills and a strategic thinker who is open to different perspectives and new ways of doing things
• Ability to demonstrate and uphold our core values (Advocacy, Engagement, Inclusion, Innovation, and Respect)

Schedule and Flexibility: In general, the schedule is extremely flexible with the option to have a balance of working from the office and working remotely. We are closed (with pay) between Dec. 25th and Dec. 31st.

Benefits: This position is an opportunity to join a quickly-growing nonprofit in Cincinnati’s Lower Price Hill community. Our board of directors, donors, and volunteers are very hands-on and energized around the success of COVERD. We offer:
• A flexible schedule
• Health Reimbursement stipend
• 403(b) retirement plan
• 15 vacation days each year
• 5 sick days each year
• 6 company holidays
• Paid holiday break between Dec. 25th-Dec. 31st
• 2 floating holidays
• 6 weeks paid parental leave
• Dog-friendly office
• Bus pass provided if main transportation is public

Process: First-round Zoom interviews will begin in late September. Second-round in-person interviews will begin in early October.

Questions? Contact: info@sweetcheeksdiaperbank.org

To Apply: Email your resume to info@sweetcheeksdiaperbank.org

COVERD Greater Cincinnati does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations. These activities include, but are not limited to, hiring and firing of staff, selection of volunteers and vendors, and provision of services. We are committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all members of our staff, clients, volunteers, subcontractors, vendors, and clients.

Sep 21, 2021 Donor Engagement Specialist 4C for Children Full Time   Purpose of Job: Supports the Agency Advancement team in 4C for Children’s fundraising and community engagement efforts by leading the creation and implementation of comprehensive, mass-m Details
Ann Thomas

4C for Children

athomas@4cforchildren.org

5137581206

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Full Time

 

Purpose of Job: Supports the Agency Advancement team in 4C for Children’s fundraising and community engagement efforts by leading the creation and implementation of comprehensive, mass-market donor engagement plan, as well as cultivating key relationships.

Qualifications:
 Previous fundraising experience and/or training required.
 Experience within donor CRM databases preferred.
 Executive level professionalism.
 Ability to maintain donor confidentiality.
 Ability to organize and prioritize time and accurately complete multiple varied tasks.
 Excellent customer service, organizational and communication skills.
 Ability to manage a large portfolio of engagement events and communications
 Ability to flex schedule to support occasional evening or weekend events or meetings.
 Must be able to safely lift and transport up to 25 lbs.

Key Areas of Responsibility:
 Creation of a donor and volunteer engagement plan consisting of frequent and strategic events and communications
 Execute strategic engagements (in-person or virtual) that will appeal to prioritized key audiences
 Facilitate the execution of mass-communications touchpoints for prioritized donor and community audiences, both digital and print
 Track event participation of all individuals and corporations within database
 Track progress and meet the determined revenue and participation goals through donor and volunteer engagement plan
 Collaborate with development team members regarding customized plans for funders within their portfolios
 Maintain records with a high level of accuracy.