Date Posted Title Company Type Description  
Jan 25, 2019 Fund Development Director Over-the-Rhine Community Housing Full Time Job Title: Fund Development Director Responsible to: Executive Director Responsibilities: The Fund Development Director directs and oversees all fundraising and marketing efforts of Over-the-Rhine C Details
Katie Knipe

Over-the-Rhine Community Housing

kknipe@otrch.org

5133811171

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Full Time

Job Title: Fund Development Director

Responsible to: Executive Director

Responsibilities: The Fund Development Director directs and oversees all fundraising and marketing efforts of Over-the-Rhine Community Housing. The Fund Development Director identifies, cultivates and solicits donors; creates gift strategies and executes solicitations; and oversees stewardship of program donors. The Fund Development Director will also develop and coordinate efforts for marketing and public relations. This position supervises the Fund Development and Special Events Manager.

Over-the-Rhine Community Housing Background

Over-the-Rhine Community Housing (OTRCH), founded in 1978, is a not-for-profit community development corporation whose mission is to develop and manage resident-centered affordable housing and build inclusive community and benefit low-income residents. We provide the Property Management, Property Development, Resident Services and Tenant Advocacy that enable the thriving, diverse community we enjoy today.

OTRCH traces its roots back to RESTOC (1978) and Over the Rhine Housing Network (1988). Today OTRCH owns 102 buildings and manages over 475 units of housing. In 2017 OTRCH served 1,071 households.

Desired Capabilities/Qualities

  • 3-5 years of development experience
  • Minimum of bachelor’s degree
  • Experience in managing a multi-faceted Annual Fund (mail, phone, electronic and face-to-face)
  • Proven verbal and written skills
  • Experience in and an understanding of the Cincinnati philanthropic market
  • Grant writing expertise particularly with local Cincinnati sources
  • Ability to convey knowledge of and enthusiasm for the mission and goals of Over-the-Rhine Community Housing
  • Comfort working with volunteers, staff, board members and potential donors
  • Excellent presentation, listening and conversational skills
  • Experience and ease meeting and socializing with people from diverse backgrounds
  • Superb communication, organization, time management and administrative skills
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office required

Specific Responsibilities

  • Work in collaboration with the Board of Trustees to guide the strategic vision and goals of Over-the-Rhine Community Housing
  • Shape a development operation that will be sensitive to the long-term goal of positioning the organization for major, capital and endowment gifts
  • Identify and pursue opportunities to engage with potential donors
  • Develop and coordinate annual giving campaigns and donor recognition programs
  • Direct the planning and implementation of special events in collaboration with the Fund Development and Events Manager
  • Research, identify, and develop relationships with corporate and foundation contacts and new individual donors of major gift capacity
  • Develop specific solicitation strategies and solicit gifts accompanied by a volunteer or alone, as appropriate
  • Manage DonorPerfect database and use "best practice" procedures and systems to structure gifts, track, report and analyze all activity and trends
  • Schedule meetings, tours, briefings and asks; write/call visit reports; provide follow-up with donors and solicitor
  • Involve board members whenever possible in building relationships with both new and existing donors
  • Draft and produce compelling written materials including annual reports, newsletters, solicitation support materials and gift proposals

If you have the prerequisite experience and skills and a strong desire to make a difference please send your resume with a cover letter to Katie Knipe at kknipe@otrch.org or Over-the-Rhine Community Housing, 114 W. 14th St., Cincinnati, OH 45202. Respond by 5pm Thursday February 7, 2019.

Important – You must have a sincere commitment to social and economic justice. Only candidates with passion and energy need apply.

Over-the-Rhine Community Housing 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.

Jan 25, 2019 Human Resources Director The Jewish Federation of Cincinnati Full Time   JOB SUMMARY: Shared Business Services (SBS), managed by the Jewish Federation of Cincinnati with funding from The Jewish Foundation of Cincinnati is accepting resumes for a Human Resources (H Details
Denis Keegan

Jewish Federation of Cincinnati

dkeegan@jfedcin.org

5139831507

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Full Time

 

JOB SUMMARY:

Shared Business Services (SBS), managed by the Jewish Federation of Cincinnati with funding from The Jewish Foundation of Cincinnati is accepting resumes for a Human Resources (HR) Director to guide and manage the overall provision of HR services, policies, and programs for SBS’ non-profit client agencies. The HR Director brings strategy and process to SBS HR operations emphasizing quality, continuous improvement and high performance in support of the organization’s strategic objectives; provides key input to the strategic planning process for talent management in the Jewish community; and oversees HR functions for SBS clients, including compensation & benefits, performance, training & development, employee relations, recruiting & staffing, safety, and wellness & health.

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

HR Department Development & Responsibilities – Ensure a fully functioning HR department serving all client needs including the development and administering of programs, procedures, and guidelines to help achieve organizational strategic goals.

Organizational Development – Collaborate with leadership teams to establish plans and practices that maintain and improve the long-term health of clients including designing and overseeing the talent management program that addresses areas of organizational design & culture, succession planning, workforce development & retention, and change management.

KEY FOCUS AREAS:

  • Employee Relations – Maintain and facilitate positive relations between employees and management; communicate, and recommend HR policies; and investigate complaints.
  • Performance Management, Training and Development -- Lead and implement performance management processes and career development & training.
  • Employment/Staffing – Maintain and implement robust recruiting & hiring processes.
  • Compensation & Benefits – Ensure a competitive and equitable compensation and benefits structure using market research to establish pay and benefit practices; participate in salary surveys, and lead the development of orientations and trainings, and monitor compensation and benefits trends.
  • Employment Law – Drive legal compliance with relevant employment regulations.

IDEAL CANDIDATES’ QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:

  • Strategic thinker and ability to lead, manage and develop HR staff.
  • Knowledge and experience in compensation and benefits, organizational planning & development, employee relations, safety, and knowledge of employment laws.
  • Excellent organization, communication, interpersonal, communication, and coaching skills.
  • Ability to establish relationships and interact effectively with all organizational levels.
  • Excellent computer skills in a Microsoft Windows environment. Must include skills in database management and record keeping.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

  • Minimum of a Bachelor's or equivalent in HR, Business, Organizational Development.
  • Ten plus years of progressive HR leadership roles.
  • Specialized training in employment law, compensation, organizational planning, organization development, employee relations, safety, training, and preventive labor relations, preferred.
  • Active involvement with HR organizations and ongoing community involvement, preferred.
  • Affiliations with leaders of successful organizations that practice effective HR Management.
  • PHR, SPHR, SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP certification, preferred.

 

The formal and complete job description will be provided to candidates selected for the interview process.

Feb 5, 2019 Director, Development Strategy & Innovation United Way of Greater Cincinnati Full Time   The Director, Development Strategy & Innovation is responsible for the development and execution of innovative and emerging strategies for United Way of Greater Cincinnati’s (UWGC) R Details
Pam Haney

United Way of Greater Cincinnati

pam.haney@uwgc.org

5137627197

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Full Time

 

The Director, Development Strategy & Innovation is responsible for the development and execution of innovative and emerging strategies for United Way of Greater Cincinnati’s (UWGC) Resource Development and the achievement of assigned growth and revenue goals.  Manages and directs digital revenue strategies and donor engagement teams to increase financial support, and overall engagement of current and prospective donors.  Ensures the execution of cross-functional programs and initiatives necessary to position United Way as the primary philanthropic conduit for individuals and groups interested in reducing poverty through financial and in-kind support. Manages key donor committees as necessary.  

KEY AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY:

  • ·         Utilizes entrepreneurial and iterative approach to revenue generating program creation, implementation, evaluation and revision.
  • ·         Ensures New Revenue Strategies team executes on comprehensive strategies supporting the attraction, retention, and growth of donors to UWGC.
  • ·         Grows UWGC revenue generation through increasing the breadth and depth of digital strategies, including optimal utilization of charitable giving software programs, social media, websites and more.
  • ·         Oversees the promotion, content and implementation of Salesforce Philanthropy Cloud (SPC) with corporate partners. SPC is an online platform that facilitates employee engagement in philanthropy and volunteering.
  • ·         Oversees strong partnerships with entire development team to share and review information and reports to achieve mutual goals of increased participation and retention, ensuring the growth of UWGC revenue.
  • ·         Supports all development team members with digital tools and reporting, innovation, and engagement strategies to help meet individual and corporate fundraising goals.
  • ·         Ensures the Customer Relationship Management (CRM) database and process is managed and leveraged, regularly analyzing data and reports for opportunity and risk identification. Oversees the tracking and evaluation of the effectiveness of strategies, initiatives, and overall results. 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:        

  • ·         Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience is required.
  • ·         Eight or more years professional work experience, with five or more years previous experience in a fundraising, development, sales, communication and/or public relations capacity required. Thorough working knowledge of relationship-based fundraising procedures and philosophies.
  • ·         Proven track-record of creation and implementation of innovative programming, ideally in revenue generating programs.
  • ·         Prior management experience, including developing and monitoring budgets, required.
  • ·         Advanced computer skills, including experience with Microsoft office products (specifically Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and CRM programs, required.
  • ·         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.
  • ·         Proven ability to work with minimal supervision.
  • ·         Frequent local travel within the regional area, including evenings and weekends.
  • ·         Reliable personal transportation required. 

COMPETENCIES: Dynamic Leadership, Change Management, Innovation, Organizational/Strategic Planning, Sales/Marketing Skills, Communication Skills, Passion around Uniting Communities to Change Lives and Reduce Poverty. 

Applicants should apply by Friday, February 15, 2019 via the link below:  

http://www.uwgc.org/about-us/careers 

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

Feb 5, 2019 Relationship Manager-Eastern Area Center United Way of Greater Cincinnati Full Time     United Way is seeking an energetic team player to create, negotiate and   implement comprehensive relationship management strategies with individuals and companies within ass Details
Pam Haney

United Way of Greater Cincinnati

pam.haney@uwgc.org

513-762-7197

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Full Time

 

 

United Way is seeking an energetic team player to create, negotiate and   implement comprehensive relationship management strategies with individuals and companies within assigned portfolio for the Eastern Area Center of the United Way of Greater Cincinnati.  This associate level position will tailor and execute initiatives and activities to achieve growth, retention, participation, and revenue goals.  The Relationship Manager will work to position United Way as the primary philanthropic conduit between companies, their employees, and the communities in which they operate, through the development of a year-round engaging experience for donors and volunteers. 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:  A Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience is required.  Two year’s previous experience in a fundraising, development, sales, communication and/or public relations capacity preferred.  Advanced computer skills, including experience with Microsoft office products (specifically Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint) are required.  Solid interpersonal, negotiation, analytical, organizational, project and time management skills.  Demonstrated strong written and verbal communication skills required, including public speaking and presentation skills.  Excellent consultative selling skills required.  Reliable personal transportation required.  Ability to lift up to 20 pounds. 

Applicants should apply by Tuesday, February 19, 2019 via the link below:  

http://www.uwgc.org/about-us/careers

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

 

Feb 7, 2019 Manager of Stores Accounting St. Vincent de Paul Full Time ST. VINCENT DE PAUL STORES, INC. Manager of Stores Accounting St. Vincent de Paul Stores, a nonprofit organization consisting of seven thrift stores and donation centers, provides low-cost and free Details
Denise Jewell

St. Vincent de Paul

djewell@svdpcincinnati.org

5135628856

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Full Time

ST. VINCENT DE PAUL STORES, INC.

Manager of Stores Accounting

St. Vincent de Paul Stores, a nonprofit organization consisting of seven 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 $10 million and over 250 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 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
  • Provide 401k administration, including 401k plan annual audit
  • 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.

Feb 12, 2019 Director of Development International Rett Syndrome Full Time Director of Development February, 2019 The International Rett Syndrome Foundation is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit doing business as Rettsyndrome.org. Rettsyndrome.org makes strategic and significant in Details
Melissa Kennedy

International Rett Syndrome

mkennedy@rettsyndrome.org


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Full Time

Director of Development

February, 2019

The International Rett Syndrome Foundation is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit doing business as Rettsyndrome.org.

Rettsyndrome.org makes strategic and significant investments in research to find a cure for Rett syndrome, while also funding activities related to family empowerment, public awareness and advocacy programs. The foundation not only funds the highest quality research but is dedicated to helping develop better treatments to improve the quality of life of individuals with Rett syndrome. Rettsyndrome.org has been the primary funder of two recent clinical trials that have produced extremely promising results and sparked optimism that life changing treatments and eventually a cure for this debilitating disease will soon be a reality.

Position Summary:

The Director of Development is a mission-focused, fund-raising officer with responsibility for developing and successfully executing major gift and planned giving campaigns.  This position has responsibility for cultivating key regional relationships and supporting 3-4 major fundraising events annually.  This individual is a results-driven performer who demonstrates the ability to significantly grow income from contributions on a year over year basis.  

Rettsyndrome.org expects to see unprecedented progress in research over the next five years and this research will open the door for more effective treatment and an eventual cure for Rett syndrome. The Director of Development will have an opportunity to play a major role in transforming the lives of thousands of people living with Rett syndrome.

 

Job Outcomes

  • Develop effective annual and planned giving programs, with an emphasis on major gifts from individual and institutional donors.
  • Through prospect research, as well as Board and constituency contacts, develop a portfolio of high-level individual and institutional prospects for cultivation and solicitation outreach.
  • Effectively manage systems, processes, measurements and metrics to monitor, project, and guide fundraising results and activity.
  • Coordinate and successfully manage 3-4 major fundraising events annually, with success being measured by constituent satisfaction and significant, positive net income.
  • Maintain a working knowledge of developments and trends in the field and serve as counsel to the Executive Director on issues relating to fundraising and ethical standards of the profession.

  

Key Qualifications

  • Minimum of 5 years of successful, non-profit fundraising experience, personally cultivating and asking for major gifts.  Documented performance track-record required.
  • Baccalaureate degree required.  Advanced degree is a preferred.
  • Full understanding and ability to implement and work within a metrics-driven major gift program, leading by example and supervising other key members of the development team.
  • Must be a creative problem solver who enjoys working hard and does not shy away from challenges. Able to act and react as necessary, even if limited information is available. Is not afraid to take charge of a situation and take unpopular stands when necessary.
  • Familiarity with Raiser’s Edge, Wealth Engine, online giving and social media tools very helpful.
  • 25% travel required
  • High-caliber critical thinking skills, including the capacity to identify and appropriately assess and order competing organizational and external interests and priorities.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Ability to work effectively under pressure when facing extremely short deadlines.
  • Good judgment, diplomacy, discretion, tact and ability to converse, communicate and partner at all organizational levels within the foundation, and externally with families, volunteers, charitable, academic, government, and research partners

Salary is competitive and commensurate with qualifications. 

Email resume and cover letter:

Melissa Kennedy
Executive Director
International Rett Syndrome Foundation/ Rettsyndrome.org
4600 Devitt Drive
Cincinnati, OH  45246
mkennedy@rettsyndrome.org

Feb 13, 2019 Administrative Coordinator Girls on the Run Greater Cincinnati Part Time Details
Patricia Luna

Girls on the Run Greater Cincinnati

patricia@gotrcincinnati.org

513-321-1056

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Part Time

Feb 14, 2019 Leadership Giving Officer The Children's Home of Cincinnati Full Time The Children's Home of Cincinnati is a private, nonprofit organization and a leading provider of education and mental health treatment for children facing significant social, behavioral and learn Details
Gabrielle Moore, Recruitment & HR Specialist

The Children's Home of Cincinnati

gmoore@thechildrenshomecinti.org

513-527-7234

430 Full Link


Full Time

The Children's Home of Cincinnati is a private, nonprofit organization and a leading provider of education and mental health treatment for children facing significant social, behavioral and learning challenges. Since 1864, The Children's Home of Cincinnati has provided services and programs that transform the lives of children and their families. We are funded through a combination of program fees, government and granted funds, donations, and investment revenue.

Definition and Primary Objective:

The Leadership Giving Officer is responsible for developing, implementing and managing major giving programs while also executing the strategic processes of grant acquisition and grant management; and serving as a central member of agency capital campaign initiatives.

The Leadership Giving Officer must sustain positive and mutually-rewarding relations between the Agency and its donors; partner with members of the Advancement and Executive teams to determine best strategies for effective solicitation and stewardship of donors; and maintain ongoing and active networking with internal and external constituencies including foundations and corporations.

Reporting Relationships:

The Leadership Giving Officer directly reports to the Vice President of Advancement and Community Engagement (VPACE) and works collaboratively and strategically with the agency President/CEO, other executives, board members, fundraising professionals, employees and other campus leaders.

Minimum Education, Experience and Other Skill Requirements:

The Leadership Giving Officer
 shall be a person with at least five years in major or planned gift fundraising, or related experiences, and a Bachelor’s degree who has a dynamic personality, is organized, well-rounded, engaging, possesses a strong commitment to quality work, and one who is people-centered. 

Feb 19, 2019 Sr. Director of IT & Facilities The Children's Home of Cincinnati Full Time The Children's Home of Cincinnati is a private, nonprofit organization and a leading provider of education and mental health treatment for children facing significant social, behavioral and learn Details
Gabrielle Moore

The Children's Home of Cincinnati

gmoore@thechildrenshomecinti.org

5135277234

431 Full Link


Full Time

The Children's Home of Cincinnati is a private, nonprofit organization and a leading provider of education and mental health treatment for children facing significant social, behavioral and learning challenges. Since 1864, The Children's Home of Cincinnati has provided services and programs that transform the lives of children and their families. We are funded through a combination of program fees, government and granted funds, donations, and investment revenue. Our Mission: "Creating lasting results that strengthen families and our community by guiding individuals - from infancy to independence - through comprehensive education, behavioral, and health services."


Definition and Primary Objective:

Ensures streamlined and integrated operation of the IT and Facilities Departments in alignment with the business objectives of the organization. Responsible for oversight, direction, planning, implementation and coordination of all technologies, technical services and physical components of the operations of the organization. Has overall responsibility for the agency-wide information technology infrastructure and physical environments including maintenance, custodial and food service operations.


Minimum Education, Experience and Other Skill Requirements:

Requires a Bachelor's Degree and at least seven years of applicable management experience including five years of leadership experience. Strong technical knowledge of network and PC operating systems and strong interpersonal skills required. Knowledge in Windows, Active Directory, Cisco, Citrix, VMWare, LAN/WAN administration, Microsoft Office, Saas and Database management required. Strong technical knowledge of current network hardware, protocols, and standards required.  Ability to negotiate agreements and manage relationships with vendors, consultants and suppliers required.

 

Feb 19, 2019 Lead Teacher UC Early Learning Center/NKU Early Childhood Center Full Time Job Summary   The Lead Teacher will work cooperatively with a Co Teacher engaging with a diverse group of children ages three to five years. The UC Early Learning Center is a five star rated pr Details
Kelly Bigham

UC Early Learning Center

ucelc.director@gmail.com

513-961-2825

432 Full Link


Full Time

Job Summary

 

The Lead Teacher will work cooperatively with a Co Teacher engaging with a diverse group of children ages three to five years. The UC Early Learning Center is a five star rated program with Step Up to Quality and is NAEYC accredited. The NKU Early Childhood Center will be participating in Kentucky's stars program. Both programs are high quality early childhood programs.

 

Responsibilities and Duties

 

The Lead Toddler Teacher is responsible for implementing developmentally appropriate activities aligned with Ohio's Early Learning Development Standards, supported through a nurturing environment within a play based philosophy. The Lead Teacher is responsible for administering screenings and assessments and holding parent teacher conferences. Teachers have the opportunity to mentor college students.

 

Qualifications and Skills

 

A minimum of an Associate's degree in Early Childhood Education required, Bachelor's degree preferred.

 

Benefits

 

The UC Early Learning Center provides medical benefits to the employee at a small cost to the employee, free life insurance, paid holidays from start date, personal days, vacation days, bonus days, paid training and a retirement plan with a company match.

Feb 19, 2019 Development Coordinator Pro Bono Partnership of Ohio Part Time Pro Bono Partnership of Ohio is thrilled to expand its team and is seeking a part-time Development Coordinator (approx. 25 hours/week) to oversee its fundraising and development activities. Pro Bono Details
Erin Childs

Pro Bono Partnership of Ohio

info@pbpohio.org


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Part Time

Pro Bono Partnership of Ohio is thrilled to expand its team and is seeking a part-time Development Coordinator (approx. 25 hours/week) to oversee its fundraising and development activities.

Pro Bono Partnership of Ohio strengthens our community by engaging attorney volunteers to provide nonprofits with free legal services tailored to their business needs. More information about PBPO can be found at www.pbpohio.org.   

Part-Time Development Coordinator Position - Description

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Establish and implement an annual plan for fundraising and development activities in conjunction with the Executive Director and Development Committee of the Board of Directors, and other staff as appropriate.

  • Establish and manage PBPO development calendar and manage grants matrix of potential funders for grant applications and reports.
  • Perform prospect research to identify new revenue sources.

  • Conduct the full range of activities required to prepare, submit, and manage grant proposals and reports to foundation, community fund, private and corporate sources.

  • Manage development efforts in Salesforce database, including inputting donor and gift information and prospects. Produce reports. Maintain accuracy of database via frequent updates.

  • Draft donor and individual contribution letters and acknowledgements.

  • Assist with content maintenance of PBPO website and social media sites.

  • Maintain a good working relationship with board, staff, donors, volunteers and community sources.

  • Work closely and collaborating with other members of PBPO’s team.

  • Perform other duties as directed by the Executive Director.

Knowledge and Skills:

  • Excellent written communication skills; ability to write clear, structured, articulate, and persuasive proposals with strong attention to detail

  • Strong computer skills, including proficiency with Word, Excel, and other computer programs related to duties, as well as social media proficiency; Proficiency in a CRM is preferred. Specific experience in Salesforce is a plus;

  • Knowledge of basic fundraising techniques and strategies; and

  • A professional, customer-focused and responsive manner.

The successful candidate will be able to craft funding proposals in a clear and compelling manner. Excellent writing, analytical, and research skills are essential. Candidates must be self-motivated, detail oriented, highly-organized, and have experience using online databases and other sources to locate biographical, financial, and philanthropic information. Candidates must possess an ability to work well under pressure and the ability to seek and synthesize information and communicate in a compelling and succinct form.  Prior experience with data analytics preferred. Experience with Salesforce is a plus. A solid understanding of budgets as they relate to proposals and grants, and 2 -5 years of relevant experience are required.

Salary range $20-25/hour DOE. Benefits include PTO, a 401(k) plan (with 4% match after 1 year), flexible schedule and some teleworking. Application Guidelines:  Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume as a single PDF file (file name:FirstName_LastName.pdf) in confidence to info@pbpohio.org. In your cover letter, please indicate how you heard about this opportunity.  

Pro Bono Partnership of Ohio is an equal opportunity employer.

Feb 19, 2019 Director of Intake and Engagement Services The Children's Home of Cincinnati Full Time The Children's Home of Cincinnati is a private, nonprofit organization and a leading provider of education and mental health treatment for children facing significant social, behavioral and learn Details
Gabrielle Moore

The Children's Home of Cincinnati

gmoore@thechildrenshomecinti.org

513-527-7234

434 Full Link


Full Time

The Children's Home of Cincinnati is a private, nonprofit organization and a leading provider of education and mental health treatment for children facing significant social, behavioral and learning challenges. Since 1864, The Children's Home of Cincinnati has provided services and programs that transform the lives of children and their families. We are funded through a combination of program fees, government and granted funds, donations, and investment revenue. Our Mission:"Creating lasting results that strengthen families and our community by guiding individuals - from infancy to independence - through comprehensive education, behavioral, and health services."

 

 

 

Definition and Primary Objective:

 

The ideal candidate for the Director of Intake and Engagement Services will be responsible for coordinating, planning and executing system-wide client intake & engagement services. Oversee a data-driven program by collecting, tracking and analyzing trends for optimizing intake and patient engagement activities. Provides strategic oversight and integration of work related to client engagement from intake to discharge. Manages all inquiries/referrals into the agency and ensures proper triage and assessments occur, determines eligibility and benefits, assigns appropriate service/next step, manages utilization of medical management services, and related administrative activities. Ensures exceptional customer service internally and externally.

 

 

 

Reporting Relationships:

 

Reports to: Chief Strategy Officer (Primary); Sr. Director of Behavioral Health (Secondary)

 

Direct reports include: Medical Services Manager, (Olympus) Assessment Coordinator, Financial Specialist, Diagnosticians, Intake and Engagement Supervisor, Care Navigator

 

 

 

Minimum Education, Experience and Other Skill Requirements:

 

  • Masters in social work, counseling or related field who is independently licensed.  Supervision designation (LPCC-S or LISW-S) preferred or obtained during employment. At least 5 years working in children’s behavioral health care required and at least 3 years supervisory experience preferred.  
  • Must possess minimum technical skills including familiarity with Microsoft Windows and ability to use standard Microsoft Office applications.
  • Must have a valid driver’s license, use of a vehicle and proof of valid insurance

 

 

 

Feb 20, 2019 Parish Kitchen Weekend Manager Catholic Charities Part Time Parish Kitchen Weekend Manager(s) Catholic Charities, Diocese of Covington is accepting applications for qualified candidates to help manage and serve at Parish Kitchen on the weekends,  as part Details
Shannon Braun

Catholic Charities

sbraun@covingtoncharities.org

8595818974

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Part Time

Parish Kitchen Weekend Manager(s)
Catholic Charities, Diocese of Covington is accepting applications for qualified candidates to help manage and serve at Parish Kitchen on the weekends,  as part of a two person team.  Depending on your availability, you could be scheduled as little as once a month, or up to 4 or 5 times per month on Saturdays and/or Sundays.

Compensation: $12.25 per hour. Saturday and Sunday hours for Weekend Managers are 8:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m., as scheduled. Serving hours are 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.

Overall Purpose:
We are looking for individuals who feel a call to serve within the context of this ministry of the Catholic Church, and who are competent to work with the population we serve. The Weekend Managers oversee all aspects of this operation from opening to closing, including food preparation, dining room setup, offering hospitality and creating a welcoming environment, maintaining order in the dining room and respecting all guests, and clean up. Prior experience in one or more of the following would be a strong plus: food service, ministry and social work.

Specific Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Dining room setup, cooking and meal preparation before guests arrive.
  • Following all sanitation and safety guidelines as required by Public Health Department.
  • Supervising 5 – 6 volunteers, and assist in serving of food during serving hours.
  • Setting a welcoming environment and maintaining orderly flow, while respecting all guests and volunteers.
  • Overseeing and assist with final clean up, including utensils, equipment and bathrooms, mop floors, and takes out trash.
  • Communicating with the Parish Kitchen Director whenever issues or concerns arise.


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.

To apply, submit completed application to Shannon Braun at sbraun@covingtoncharities.org by. If you have question please call or email Maria Meyer, the Director of Parish Kitchen at 859-581-7745 or mmeyer@covingtoncharities.org.  

Catholic Charities is an equal employment opportunity.

Feb 20, 2019 Mental Health 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

Feb 20, 2019 Clinical Director 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

8595818974

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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

Feb 20, 2019 Parish Kitchen Associate Catholic Charities, Covington, KY Full Time Job Title:  Parish Kitchen Associate Catholic Charities, Diocese of Covington is seeking an Associate for Parish Kitchen. This position is full time, generally 5 days M-F from 7:00 am-2:00 pm bu Details
Shannon Braun

Catholic Charities

sbraun@covingtoncharities.org

8595818974

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Full Time

Job Title:  Parish Kitchen Associate

Catholic Charities, Diocese of Covington is seeking an Associate for Parish Kitchen. This position is full time, generally 5 days M-F from 7:00 am-2:00 pm but some evening or weekend coverage will be necessary.

Overall Purpose:                   

Parish Kitchen is a Catholic ministry, feeding a nutritious meal seven days a week in a welcoming environment to everyone who comes through our door, including the poor and homeless in our area. The Associate serves a key support role for an effective and well run operation for all our guests and volunteers.  It is critical that the Associate possess good people skills and is comfortable being part of a Catholic faith-based ministry.

 

Educational and Experiential Criteria:

  • Bachelors in a human service field or Associate Degree and 2 years experience
  • Ability to work with the poor and homeless, including those who have addiction and mental health issues. Prior experience desirable.
  • Ability to lift 35-50 pounds
  • Ability to stand for long periods of time
  • Ability to work well with volunteers
  • Ability to work independently but also as a team player
  • Must be practicing Catholic

 

Responsibilities:

  • Assist with meal preparation, including purchasing, planning, preparing and cooking
  • Assists in controlling food costs by watching food production and portions closely
  • Maintain cleanliness of the facility including sweeping, mopping, and organizing freezer and storage.
  • Receive and record donations of food and materials
  • Assist with ordering, recording and reporting government inventory
  • Coordinates and communicates with weekend staff, volunteers and cooks
  • Follow all sanitation and safety guidelines
  • Work with Assistant Manager and Manager in a team setting and cross train.

 

Compensation is based on education and related experience.

Applicant must have a valid driver’s license and insurance.

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.

Equal Opportunity Employer

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 or fax to Stephen Koplyay, SPHR skoplyay@covdio.org, 859/392-1589.

Feb 20, 2019 Legal Secretary Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati, and affiliate Legal Aid Society of Southwestern Ohio Full Time The Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati (Legal Aid) has an immediate need for a full-time Legal Secretary (37.5 hours/week) for its downtown Cincinnati office.   Together with its affiliate Details
Susie Barber

Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati, and affiliate Legal Aid Society of Southwestern Ohio

staffing@lascinti.org

513-362-2818

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Full Time

The Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati (Legal Aid) has an immediate need for a full-time Legal Secretary (37.5 hours/week) for its downtown Cincinnati office.

 

Together with its affiliate, Legal Aid Society of Southwest Ohio, LLC, Legal Aid serves Brown, Butler, Clermont, Clinton, Hamilton, Highland, and Warren Counties in Southwest Ohio. With two full-service offices (downtown Cincinnati and Hamilton, Ohio) and a staff of about 89 (including 40 attorneys and 16 paralegals), Legal Aid is Southwest Ohio’s largest non-profit law firm. Our mission is to reduce poverty and ensure family stability through effective legal assistance. Our attorneys represent individual clients in civil legal matters, and partner with community organizations and client groups. Please visit our website for more information: www.lascinti.org.

 

POSITION DESCRIPTION AND QUALIFICATIONS

 

This position provides support to several attorneys and/or paralegals. The successful candidate will possess the following minimum qualifications:

 

  • Three or more years of relevant experience. Preference will be given to candidates with experience in a legal setting.

  • Comfortable interacting with Legal Aid’s applicants/clients.

  • Demonstrated ability to type accurately at 60 wpm.

  • Ability to prepare and organize documents and files.

  • Excellent communication skills.

  • Experience with Microsoft Word-using styles and proper formatting.

  • Experience with Outlook-using shared calendars and setting appointments.

  • Experience with Excel - how to read and create formulas and charts.

  • Ability to work effectively in a fast-paced environment that is driven by project and client service.

  • Ability to anticipate needs.

  • Organized, accurate, attentive to detail, and positive attitude towards learning.

    This is a non-exempt position. Compensation will be based on the successful applicant’s level of experience. The Legal Aid Society offers a pleasant work environment, and an excellent benefits package.

    APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS

    To apply, please send all of the following as Word attachments: 

  •  a brief letter explaining the reasons for interest in this position

  •  salary requirement,

  •  a resume, and

  •  The names and contact information for two work references: 

    NOTE:  Please put “Legal Secretary Hiring Committee” in the subject line.Email your items to:  staffing@lascinti.org

    The Legal Aid Society is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All applications acknowledged. Interviews will be arranged by Employer. All applications acknowledged.

    PLEASE, DO NOT CALL.

 

 

Feb 20, 2019 Development Director Community Action Agency Full Time Details
Nikki Williams

Community Action Agency

NWilliams@cincy-caa.org

5135691840

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Full Time