Date Posted Title Company Type Description  
May 20, 2019 Director, Eastern Area United Way of Greater Cincinnati Full Time The Director, Eastern Area will provide leadership to and coordination of the Eastern Area Center of United Way of Greater Cincinnati (UWGC). Responsibilities include providing staff support to volunt Details
Pam Haney

United Way of Greater Cincinnati

pam.haney@uwgc.org

5137627197

497 Full Link



Full Time

The Director, Eastern Area will provide leadership to and coordination of the Eastern Area Center of United Way of Greater Cincinnati (UWGC). Responsibilities include providing staff support to volunteers and local decision-making body; lead implementation of local impact strategies as aligned to the organizational priorities; implementation of local annual campaign and year-round engagement efforts. The qualified candidate will also manage the daily operations and represent UWGC in the Eastern Area community (includes Brown and Clermont Counties with total estimated population of 242,000).

 KEY AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY: 

Development

  • Oversee implementation of the Eastern Area campaign (just over $1 million) including providing staff leadership, managing small portfolio of large campaign accounts, implementing campaign strategies, cultivating local relationships with individual and corporate donors.  

Community Impact

  • Advance the community impact work of United Way by seeking partnerships with multiple sectors and aligning resources toward program and initiatives that reduce poverty in the Eastern Area community. Maintain relationships with funded agency partners and support capacity building and development of agency partners in conjunction with the UWGC Community Impact team. Provide staff leadership to the Action Council and other Eastern Area committees. 

Community Engagement

  • Provide staff leadership to United Way led or supported local and regional initiatives. Develop ways to connect the impact of United Way to year-round engagement opportunities. Represent United Way on various local committees (business and non-profit) that assist in advancing our mission of reducing poverty. Provide local coordination with UWGC regional team for areas of marketing, government, agency and donor relations. 

Administration/Operations

  • Select, train and supervise support staff, conduct annual performance reviews as appropriate and manage operational budget. Participate in UWGC internal activities, all-team events and volunteer opportunities. 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor's degree is preferred; master’s degree is desirable; or equivalent experience. A minimum of five years’ work experience in human service organizations, including United Way (or equivalent). Community problem-solving, agency and community relations, financial management, fundraising and supervisory experience preferred. High proficiency in oral and written communication and excellent interpersonal skills. Strong proficiency in MS Office: Word, Excel, Outlook. Ability to lift up to 20 pounds. Occasional local travel to events within the regional area.

 

CORE COMPENTENCIES:  Accountability, Organizational Commitment, Interpersonal skills, Time/Project Management, Integration, Communication/Interpersonal Skills, Strategic Planning and People Management. 

Applicants should apply by Tuesday, June 4, 2019 via the link below: 

https://jobapply.page.link/jxZF

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

 

May 23, 2019 Senior Manager of Strength Based Initiatives Mayerson Academy Full Time   Position: Senior Manager of Strengths-Based Initiatives FLSA Status: Exempt Responsible to: Senior Director of Organizational and Community Development   We are a strengths-based grou Details
Joe Moorman

Mayerson Academy

jobs@mayersonacademy.org

5134754101

498 Full Link


Full Time

 

Position: Senior Manager of Strengths-Based Initiatives

FLSA Status: Exempt

Responsible to: Senior Director of Organizational and Community Development

 

We are a strengths-based group of diverse professionals who inspire educators and organizations to realize their visions for success through extraordinary learning experiences. We would love for you to join our team.

 

SUMMARY:

The Senior Manager of Strengths-Based Initiatives will work alongside a team of innovative and committed change-makers at Mayerson Academy to build a growing movement of strengths-based organizations across Greater Cincinnati and beyond. Through skillful facilitation, design and consultation, you will activate strengths in teams and organizations across multiple sectors to boost their workplace engagement, performance and wellbeing and maximize their impact in our city. People see you as a strategic thinker who is a deft relationship-builder, problem-solver and self-starter. You embrace challenges, operate well in a fast-paced and ever-changing environment, and believe it is possible to both work hard and have a lot of fun at the same time.

 


ABOUT OUR WORK:

Stronger workplace culture leads to better results – for employees and for those they reach through their efforts. In fact, research shows that strengths-based cultures lead to outcomes that matter in any workplace - higher job satisfaction, better performance, and increased employee well-being. 

 

Our Strong Cincinnati initiative is activating the strengths of individuals, teams and organizations across our city to transform their workplace culture and amplify their impact in the community. Through innovations in design, facilitation, consultation, and program integration, we are growing a community of organizations across multiple sectors – including youth and civic services, government, higher education, and the arts – that are transforming the way they do their work.  We are excited to deepen impact for our more than 30 existing partners and expand our reach within our community and beyond. The bottom line – it’s all about helping individuals and organizations be at their best so they can do their most meaningful work in the world.

 

 

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Design and deliver engaging, energizing and creative professional learning workshops that catalyze participant learning.
  • Facilitate strategic conversations with teams and organizations to support ongoing culture implementation and change efforts.
  • Consult with individual leaders and teams to drive sustained engagement, learning, and culture growth.
  • Build trusting partner relationships that allow for deep collaboration and influence.
  • Maintain focus on critical outcomes to inform programmatic improvements and client results.
  • Contribute to ongoing learning and innovation around research-based, best practices for strengths-based organizational development and program integration.
  • Model the culture we are seeking to build by embodying our core values and continually strengthening our Mayerson Academy culture.

 

IDEAL QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS:

  • Bachelor’s degree required with a minimum of 6 years or more of job-related experience preferred.
  • Demonstrated experience with skillful facilitation, presentation and design of program content.
  • History of successfully navigating complex relationships in a variety of settings to build trust and lead to desired outcomes.
  • A desire to manage a flexible portfolio of programs, projects and partners through ongoing collaboration with teammates.
  • A willingness to embrace an atmosphere of growth and change in a fast-paced work environment.

 

  • A track record of continuous learning and growth, including an openness to feedback.
  • Demonstration of outstanding written, oral and interpersonal communication skills.
  • A commitment to engage in conversations around diversity, equity and inclusion and integrate insights into the work.
  • Experience leading and/or influencing organizational development and culture initiatives as a consultant or internal staff member preferred.
  • Willingness and ability to work occasional evenings and/or weekends for special events.

 

 

Here’s a little bit more about who we are and what we value:

OUR PURPOSE

Utilizing a strengths-based approach, we create extraordinary learning experiences that maximize learning, engagement and performance and ultimately transform cultures.

 

WHAT WE DO

Since 1992, we have designed extraordinary learning experiences, proven to transform organizational and learning cultures.  Our work is grounded in the science of character strengths – through this lens, we help:

  • Schools become thriving learning communities
  • Organizations become workplaces where everyone flourishes, and
  • Neighborhoods become hubs of connected, community changemakers.

 

Since our founding, we have reached more than ½ million students, and have worked with thousands of schools and organizations in Cincinnati and across the globe.

 

OUR BELIEFS ABOUT DIVERSITY, EQUITY AND INCLUSION

We are constantly striving to live out our commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion in our work – with each other and with our partners.

We believe that diversity matters because providing extraordinary learning experiences is only possible when we truly leverage the diverse thinking, perspectives and experiences of our staff, partners and community.

We believe that equity matters because it helps ensure high outcomes of access, opportunities, or self-determined success for all individuals, regardless of any social or cultural factor.

We believe that inclusion matters because it maximizes learning and creativity. An inclusive culture allows everyone to be themselves and to be their best – two ingredients for valuable and authentic contributionsfrom all.

OUR CORE VALUES form the foundation of everything we do and shape who we are. We talk about them, work them, and live them every day because we believe this is the best way to fulfill our highest hopes for learners of all ages:


We Learn Everyday:
Grow. Learn. Invent.

We Go Farther Together: Celebrate others. Pay it forward. Together, we change the world.

 We Spread Joy:Find your passion and share it. Laugh. It’s a good thing.

We Lead Through Service: Take initiative. Activate others’ strengths. See the impact.

We WOW Every Time: Every moment. Every act. At our best.

 

Compensation and Benefits

 

The position will begin in August 2019 and is a full-time position with a salary range of $70,000 - $80,000 per year.  Salary offers will be commensurate with experience, and selected candidates are eligible for a benefits package.

May 24, 2019 Fund Development Director Working In Neighborhoods Full Time Mission of Working In Neighborhoods: WIN has a 40 year track record of empowering people to make informed choices for themselves and their neighborhoods through community building, home ownership and Details
Hope E. Wilson

Working In Neighborhoods

hwilson@wincincy.org

513-541-4109

499 Full Link



Full Time

Mission of Working In Neighborhoods: WIN has a 40 year track record of empowering people to make informed choices for themselves and their neighborhoods through community building, home ownership and economic learning.

Position: The Fund Development Director is responsible for planning, organizing and implementing fund development strategies for WIN, especially the cultivation and stewardship of our donor base. The director directs and coordinates all fund development initiatives, including planned giving, annual giving, donor development and recognition, and special events. In coordination with other team members identify and develop targeted grant proposals.

 Responsibilities:

  • On-going communication and relationship building with current and past donors.
  • Ensure accuracy and timeliness of Sales Force data base, including gift receipting, acknowledgements, and pledge reminders.
  • Write and edit quarterly e-newsletter for donors and friends of WIN.
  • Responsible for Annual Giving Campaigns and development of a strategy to increase the number of annual donors.
  • Develop new sponsorships for WIN’s special events.
  • Grant/foundation research, proposal writing, and outcome reporting in collaboration with other WIN staff.
  • Provide presentations about WIN to potential supporters.
  • Develop donor recognition programs.
  • Commitment to collaborate with the Executive Director to fulfill fund development strategies that advance WIN’s mission and values.
  • Maintain a working knowledge of current fundraising trends

 Qualifications:

  • Commitment to advance the mission and vision of WIN.
  • Bachelor’s degree with 2 years’ experience in fund development or related field.
  • Strong interpersonal communication and writing skills.
  • Capacity to utilize appropriate technology to reach fund development goals.
  • Focus on team-building and motivating our diverse staff, board members and other volunteers to be ambassadors for WIN and expand our philanthropic opportunities.

 Application process: Applicants should email a letter of interest, resume, and salary requirements to winfo@wincincy.org or submit to:

Working In Neighborhoods

Personnel Committee

1814 Dreman Avenue

Cincinnati, Ohio 45223

May 29, 2019 Part-time Data Base Administrator ProKids Part Time To apply, please submit your resume and cover letter to commdev@prokidscasa.org by June 21, 2019. Note that ProKids does not accept phone call inquiries. Database Administrator ProKid Details
Community Development

ProKids

commdevprokidscasa.org

5132812000

500 Full Link



Part Time

To apply, please submit your resume and cover letter to commdev@prokidscasa.org by June 21, 2019. Note that ProKids does not accept phone call inquiries.

Database Administrator

ProKids is seeking a part-time (20 hours/week) database administrator who will maintain and update the CRM system as well as act as the primary data resource for the organization. We are looking for a collaborative, strategic problem-solver who can help the organization utilize fundraising data to further current and future goals and objectives. The ideal candidate will have experience with Raiser’s Edge or a similar system.

Position Summary: Responsible for maintaining, updating, and usability of organization’s CRM system and acting as the primary resource and knowledge base for this system. The Database Administrator supports the organization’s strategic use of data to further current and future fundraising goals and objectives.

Experience: Knowledge and experience with Raiser’s Edge or other donor management database software required. Superior knowledge of Microsoft Office software, including Excel, PowerPoint, and Word. Experience with Constant Contact preferred. Knowledge of child welfare issues, nonprofit, fundraising, and volunteer management preferred.

Supervisor: Community Director

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

Responsibilities

1. Responsible for ProKids donor CRM system, currently Raiser’s Edge and Raiser’s Edge NXT. Duties include but are not limited to:
• Donations
o Process all incoming gifts, including making deposits.
o Ensure the timely mailing and tracking of all acknowledgement letters.
o Collaborate with Business Operations for monthly reconciliation, reporting, and budgeting.

• Events
o Ensure appropriate invitation lists are created, segmented, accurate, and set up prior to need.
o Ensure the timely mailing of all invitations.
o Coordinate and track all event registrations.
o Coordinate the tracking of all event expenses and revenue for accurate analysis and reporting.
o Provide reports on attendance, projections, analysis and Moves Management for future decisions.

• Cultivation & Solicitation Mailings
o Ensure appropriate mailing lists are created, segmented, accurate, and set up prior to need.
o Gather all necessary cultivation or solicitation materials and ensure they are merged, printed, collated and mailed to all constituencies on schedule.
o Track all mailings.
o Provide reports on attendance, projections, analysis and Moves Management for future decisions.
o Identify and conduct prospect research to support cultivation efforts.

• Reporting
o Create, manage, and initiate all development queries and needed reports that deliver actionable data to Development staff. Including campaign and event analysis.
o Create, manage, and initiate dashboards and folders within the CRM for easy access.

2. Train new and existing staff on best use of database and data entry procedures. Provide ongoing coaching and support to ensure the database is used effectively. Manage all user accounts and troubleshoot issues as they arise.

3. Maintain sufficient knowledge of the work of the Development Team to be able to answer questions and predict needs.

4. Maintain data integrity and accuracy, as well as implementing all global changes, imports and other global database functions. Ensure that the database provides the required information for planning and is used to its fullest capacity.

5. Ensure database security is maintained and updated as indicated.

6. Maintain documentation on all procedures and best practices. Update existing documentation as new processes are discovered, changes are requested, or issues are found. Ensure that all documentation is stored and archived in appropriate places. Translate documented workflow and process into end user documents and training materials.

7. Ensure the effective representation of ProKids to external organizations and individuals.

8. Communicate need for volunteers and provide assistance in designing and implementing volunteer training. Supervise, manage, support, evaluate, and communicate on-going status of volunteers.

9. Assist with the setting and evaluation of all agency goals and objectives, including but not limited to:
• Recommendation for program changes and improvements.
• Providing raw data.
• Prospect and donor movement and cause analysis.
• Communicating all financial needs and expenses.

10. Attend & provide assistance with all agency activities and events as required or requested.

11. Perform duties in accordance with ProKids objectives and in compliance with relevant standards and agency commitments.

12. Attend all staff meetings and establish good teamwork with co-workers.

13. Other duties as assigned by Supervisor.

Skills and Abilities

1. Computer skills required:
• Knowledge and experience with Raiser’s Edge or other donor management database software.
• Superior knowledge of MS Office software, including Excel, PowerPoint, and Word.
• Experience with Constant Contact.
• Ability to maintain skill level as technology changes and advances.

2. Other skills and abilities preferred:
• Strong interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills.
• Self-motivated with the ability to exercise considerable independence in the performance of day-to-day duties.
• Superior attention to detail.
• Highly organized, especially as it relates to time management and prioritization.
• Ability to multi-task, work in a fast-paced office and manage multiple priorities and deadlines with accuracy.
• Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills; solution-oriented.
• May be required to occasionally work irregular hours, nights and weekends as required for the operation of ProKids.
• Adherence to strict confidentiality of volunteer and donor related information, as well as all gift information, files, documents, and reports.

3. Physical demands:
• Will operate a PC.
• Required to talk or hear, often in large crowds or busy environments.
• Regularly required to walk and reach with hands and arms.
• Rarely lift and/or move up to 10 pounds.

Program: Community Development

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

 


May 29, 2019 Part-time Community Engagement Manager ProKids Part Time To apply, please submit your resume and cover letter to ProKids via email to commdev@prokidscasa.org by June 21, 2019. Note that ProKids does not accept phone call inquiries. Community Enga Details
Community Development

ProKids

commdev@prokidscasa.org

513-281-2000

501 Full Link


Part Time

To apply, please submit your resume and cover letter to ProKids via email to commdev@prokidscasa.org by June 21, 2019. Note that ProKids does not accept phone call inquiries.

Community Engagement Manager

ProKids is seeking a part-time (20 hours/week) community engagement manager who will focus on increasing brand awareness for the agency and volunteer recruitment with an eye on diverse audiences aligning with agency goals. We are looking for a professional who can build relationships, identify new opportunities for engagement and educate the Greater Cincinnati community about how they can personally change the lives of abused and neglected children. 

Position Summary: Implements community outreach focusing on the cultivation of diverse individuals, businesses, and community organizations for increased brand awareness, volunteer recruitment, retention, and funding.

Experience: Successful record of recruitment, community engagement, sales, and/or marketing to a diverse audience. Proven relationship-building professional, who is energized through finding and building new relationships. Knowledge of social media to recruit, engage, and cultivate a diverse audience. Proficient in the dynamics of cultural norms of our diverse clients, volunteers, and community. Knowledge of child welfare issues, nonprofit, fundraising, and volunteer management preferred.

Supervisor: Community Director

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

Responsibilities
1. Develops and implements a comprehensive community outreach plan to identify and build relationships with diverse organizations to provide a robust pipeline of potential volunteers and donors. This plan will align with Snapshot attendee and diversity, equity, and inclusion goals set by the agency each year.
2. Develops and conducts presentations to educate prospects or constituents on how to become involved with ProKids. Including, but is not limited to:
• Providing data, analysis, and recommendations in a compelling manner to inform decisions and track progress;
• Following up with prospective volunteers with the intent of involving them and gathering their feedback to integrate into ProKids strategies.

3. Participates in, or conducts, all external Snapshot presentations.

4. Participates in ,or conducts, all external outreach opportunities.

5. Acquires and maintains sound knowledge of ProKids programs and practices, community need, and other research pertaining to ProKids work. Uses and applies that knowledge and understanding with little to no direct supervision. Benchmarks with other CASA programs and other organizations for best and leading practices.

6. Provides critical input to the setting and evaluation of agency goals and objectives with primary focus on the recruitment impact of each goal or objective, including but not limited to:
• Providing input on the impact of each goal on the agency’s strategic marketing, recruitment, cultivation, and development plan.
• Providing raw data and a comprehensive analysis of the impact of each goal.
• Communicating all financial needs and expenses.

7. Attends, networks and cultivates volunteers and donors at all development activities and events.
• Demonstrates the ability to influence high-level decision makers and generates results in donor and community relationship development.

8. Ensures the effective representation of ProKids to external organizations and individuals.

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

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

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

12. Special projects, assignments, and other duties as necessary for the operation of ProKids.

Skills and Abilities

1. Computer skills preferred:
• Superior knowledge and experience of all social media channels, including but not limited to: Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
• Superior knowledge of MS Office software, including Excel, PowerPoint, and Word.
• Experience with donor management software.
• Ability to maintain skill level as technology changes and advances.

2. Other skills and abilities preferred:
• Strong interpersonal, written, verbal communication skills.
• Self-motivated with the ability to exercise considerable independence in the performance of day-to-day duties.
• Adaptable, able to network and meet new people with ease.
• Highly organized, especially as it relates to time management and prioritization.
• Ability to multi-task, work in a fast-paced office and manage multiple priorities and deadlines with accuracy.
• Highly detail-oriented; with superior organizational skills.
• Ability to think creatively and strategically.
• Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills; solution-oriented.
• May be required to occasionally work irregular hours, nights and weekends as required for the operation of ProKids.
• Adherence to strict confidentiality of volunteer and donor related information, as well as all gift information, files, documents, and reports.

3. Physical demands:
• Will operate a PC.
• Required to talk or hear, often in large crowds or busy environments.
• Regularly required to walk and reach with hands and arms.
• Will regularly lift and/or move up to 20 pounds.

Program: Community Development

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


Jun 3, 2019 Part-Time Office Manager Madisonville Community Urban Redevelopment Corporation (MCURC) Part Time Objective:  To oversee organization’s financial management and reporting practices; manage office administration tasks; and assist with communications initiatives and events.  Hours: Details
MCURC Board of Directors

Madisonville Community Urban Redevelopment Corporation (MCURC)

mcurcjobs@mcurc.org

513-271-2495

502 Full Link



Part Time

Objective

To oversee organization’s financial management and reporting practices; manage office administration tasks; and assist with communications initiatives and events. 

Hours: 

The position of Office Manager is part-time (up to 20 hours/week) with potential to grow into a full-time role. 

Background:

The Madisonville Community Urban Redevelopment Corporation (MCURC) is a nonprofit community development corporation focused on improving the quality-of-life for all in Madisonville. Our mission is to advance comprehensive community development in the neighborhood. We lead economic development and community engagement efforts while advancing health and wellness, arts and culture, beautification, and education and youth strategies in partnership with other organizations, businesses, and neighborhood groups.

Job Responsibilities: 

Financial Management

  • Working with staff, track measures for a variety of grants and outcomes and assist with grant reporting.
  • Coordinate and enhance the finance, accounting, and processes at MCURC.
  • Process checks in Quickbooks, ensure accurate and timely manual and computer records.
  • Review receipts and ensure accurate manual and computer records. Includes taking regularly scheduled deposits to bank.
  • File checks, bills, and deposits after they have been recorded by accountant.
  • Organize annual files and assist accountant with annual audit and 990 preparations.
  • Work with Executive Director to prepare and present annual budget.
  • Tracking grants, contracts, and construction loans. 

Office Management

  • Maintain up-to-date files on leases, contracts, and grant agreements.
  • Ensure that federal and state filings and postings are up-to-date and that required postings are made.
  • Oversee the phone, computer, and copier systems and be the point of contact when repairs or upgrades are needed.
  • General management of Office.

Fund Development

  • Work with Executive Director and Board to expand fund development efforts.
  • Prepare sponsorship and solicitation mailings.

Communications/Events Coordination

  • Greet visitors to the office and serve as point-of-contact at the front door.
  • Coordinate MCURC’s email communication platform through Constant Contact.
  • Update online shared calendar with community events and meetings.
  • Assist with the preparation of print communication pieces.
  • Point person to work with event planners (Jazz and BBQ Fest, 5K, Tuesday’s in the Park).

Qualifications:

  • Demonstrated experience and proficiency using accounting software (e.g., Quickbooks), Google Drive, Excel, and Word programs. Experience using a communication program such as Constant Contact, as well as In Design or Illustrator is highly desired.
  • Strong organizational skills and financial management skills.
  • Exceptional written and verbal communication skills, organizational skills, and attention to detail required.
  • High level of motivation, initiative, and perseverance.
  • Ability to work in a team and independently.
  • A strong sense of and respect for confidentiality involving neighborhood partners and fellow employees.
  • Friendly and with the ability to relate and communicate well with a diverse group of people, including neighborhood residents, Board members, staff, and volunteers.
  • An interest in learning about and participating in neighborhood development and community organizing work.
  • Ability to work occasional evenings and weekends to assist with community meetings or events.

Physical Requirements:

  • Must be able to sit for moderate periods of time, with occasional activity changes, usually at a computer or desk.
  • Must be able to lift or carry up to 20 pounds.
  • Must be able to stand or walk for moderate periods of time.
  • Must be able to drive for moderate periods of time.

To apply, please submit cover letter outlining qualifications and interest in the position and resume to: MCURC Board Search Committee, 6111 Madison Road, Cincinnati, OH 45227 or mcurcjobs@gmail.com.

MCURC is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin, disability, or veteran’s status.  

Jun 3, 2019 Executive Director Madisonville Community Urban Redevelopment Corporation (MCURC) Full Time The Madisonville Community Urban Redevelopment Corporation (MCURC) is a 501c3, nonprofit, community development corporation focused on improving the quality-of-life for all in Madisonville through eco Details
Board of Directors

Madisonville Community Urban Redevelopment Corporation (MCURC)

mcurcjobs@gmail.com

513-271-2495

503 Full Link



Full Time

The Madisonville Community Urban Redevelopment Corporation (MCURC) is a 501c3, nonprofit, community development corporation focused on improving the quality-of-life for all in Madisonville through economic and community development activities. MCURC seeks a visionary and dedicated Executive Director with experience, creativity, and a collaborative approach to lead the organization into the next phase of its work. Building on the organization’s strong neighborhood relationships, committed staff and Board, and dozens of partners, the Executive Director will work with the community to advance neighborhood priorities, support resident leadership, and continue efforts to revitalize Madisonville, recognizing the neighborhood’s deep history and commitment to diversity and equity. The successful candidate will show demonstrated success in the areas of real estate development, equitable community development, community engagement, fundraising, communication, and collaboration.
Responsibilities:


Community Development
 Develop and maintain effective relationships with community members and stakeholders through proactive and attentive outreach.
 Maintain and support MCURC programs: homeownership development, commercial corridor revitalization, community programming, parks and trail improvement, residential and commercial real estate development.
 Advance MCURC’s role through housing and economic development real estate projects.
 Foster strategic and effective working relationships with residents, civic and community groups as well as the business community and anchor institutions within Madisonville and surrounding areas.
 Promote existing MCURC investments and advance further coordination of resources within the neighborhood/community.
 Actively participate in organizations at the local, state and national level to keep apprised of community development trends and inform public opinions on relevant issues.
 Foster relationships with local government and other non-profit and community organizations.
 Ensure MCURC-led community events are well organized and well executed.
 Represent MCURC through public speaking opportunities.


Administration & Finance
 Oversee and monitor day-to-day operations and finances, including developing and administering annual budget, and overseeing the annual audit process.
 Responsible for overseeing all grant agreements and ensuring grant requirements are met and all necessary reports and documents are submitted accurately and on-time.

 Oversee all fiduciary responsibilities by providing required tracking, reporting, communication, and other processes, as required by the Board, stakeholders, and other entities.
 Facilitate the development and coordination of Board/Committee meetings not limited to agenda setting and logistics.
 Assist in building the Board with a diverse combination of experienced individuals who bring the knowledge, perspectives and commitment necessary to run the organization efficiently and responsibly.
 Hire, manage, develop, and evaluate staff and interns.
 Manage professional services including accounting, insurance, consultants, and contractors.
Fundraising and Sustainability Development
 Explore potential sources of funding to sustain the organization and enable it to meet obligations, and to develop and fulfill projects in accordance with its mission.
 Cultivate relationships with individuals, institutional, and governmental funding sources.
 Work closely with the Board to develop fundraising strategies.
 Understand and communicate effectively the goals and mission of MCURC and its alignment with neighborhood planning and goals.
 Develop grant proposals and oversee effective implementation of awarded funds based on funding source requirements. Be responsible for grant writing and reporting efforts.
 Act as the organization’s spokesperson to press contacts and through speaking engagements.
 Develop strategic financial plans and oversee their implementation.
 Create systemic change in Madisonville through physical, economic, and social impact.


Desired Qualifications:
 Experience as the Executive Director of a non-profit organization, or equivalent executive skills.
 4+ years of experience in neighborhood development work.
 Bachelor’s degree in relevant field required (urban planning, real estate development, public administration) or related experience. Master’s Degree preferred.
 Demonstrated ability to attract and sustain philanthropic funding from a variety of sources.
 Experience in staff supervision and the development of high performing teams.
 Marketing, public relations, and fundraising experience with the ability to engage a wide range of stakeholders.
 Strong written and verbal communication skills.
 Demonstrated experience managing multiple projects requiring a fine attention to detail.
 Proven ability to work in culturally and ethnically diverse environments. Understanding of race, class, and gender dynamics, and a willingness to work through complex social issues.
 A commitment to equitable community development and asset-based community development.
 Commitment to the MCURC mission and the Madisonville Quality-of-Life Plan.

 Willingness to work outside the “9-5” expectation, such as weeknight and weekend commitments.
 Working knowledge of nonprofit real estate development, from project conception to completion, including knowledge of urban planning, zoning, real estate finance principles.
 Ability to inspire trust and to motivate staff and partners.
 Other duties as assigned.
Compensation
Dependent upon the applicant’s qualifications, our compensation package is commensurate with the applicant’s level of education and experience.


Application Process
To apply for the position of Executive Director, please submit: (1) a cover letter describing your unique background, experience, and/or skill set that qualify you for this position; (2) resume, and (3) at least three references to mcurcjobs@gmail.com with “Search Committee” in the subject line. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.


The Madisonville Community Urban Redevelopment Corporation is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Jun 7, 2019 Manager, Fund Development Cincinnati Youth Collaborative Full Time Great opportunity at Cincinnati Youth Collaborative to help empower students to overcome obstacles and succeed in education, career and life, while applying your skill set in a variety of ways. This p Details
Billie Sue Toepfer

Cincinnati Youth Collaborative

btoepfer@cycyouth.org

5133635212

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Full Time

Great opportunity at Cincinnati Youth Collaborative to help empower students to overcome obstacles and succeed in education, career and life, while applying your skill set in a variety of ways. This position involves grant writing, marketing as well as fund development. Our organization provides a great benefits program including choice as to a medical plan, fsa/hsa availability, dental, vision, company paid life, short and long term disability insurances, 401-k with a matching contribution, paid time off benefits just to mention a few. 

Jun 7, 2019 Senior Associate, Community Impact/Coordinator of City of Cincinnati Human Services Fund United Way of Greater Cincinnati Full Time The Senior Associate, Community Impact/Coordinator of City of Cincinnati Human Services Fund will provide professional staff leadership for the City of Cincinnati Human Services Fund (HSF) and support Details
Pam Haney

United Way of Greater Cincinnati

pam.haney@uwgc.org

5137627197

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Full Time

The Senior Associate, Community Impact/Coordinator of City of Cincinnati Human Services Fund will provide professional staff leadership for the City of Cincinnati Human Services Fund (HSF) and support the United Way opportunity agenda through impact related projects. Responsibilities include administration of the City of Cincinnati Human Services program investments based on desired community outcomes; and leading the Emergency Food and Shelter program process.

 KEY AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY: 

  • Using established procedures and policies, manage operations of the City of Cincinnati HSF. Provide staff support to the Human Services Advisory Committee. Lead the proposal processes, including any new processes for  new priorities. Lead the planning and strategy for the HSF, in consultation with Community Impact and Public Policy Leadership. 
  • Serve as relationship manager to Human Services funded agencies; provide technical assistance and coordinate agency site visits as appropriate.  
  • Administer Emergency Food and Shelter program to distribute funding to local emergency assistance funding and track monitoring and reporting. 
  • United Way projects as assigned, including maintaining an in-depth knowledge of performance measurement systems, emerging social trends, and community concerns. 

COMPETENCIES: Measurable Impact - Achievement Oriented, Accountability, Communications Skills, Technology Proficient, Interpersonal Skills – Builds Relationships 

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

Applicants should apply by Friday, June 28, 2019 via the link below: 

https://jobapply.page.link/BghW 

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

Jun 14, 2019 Resource Coordinator Cincinnati Youth Collaborative Full Time This is a great opportunity to support youth and their families in a positive manner by utilizing our many available community resources. This position is located at Gamble school. It is full-time and Details
Billie Sue Toepfer

Cincinnati Youth Collaborative

btoepfer@cycyouth.org

5133635212

506 Full Link



Full Time

This is a great opportunity to support youth and their families in a positive manner by utilizing our many available community resources. This position is located at Gamble school. It is full-time and comes with a full benefits package including choice in medical plan, fsa/hsa account availability, dental, vision, company paid life, short and long term disability insurances,various paid time off programs to name a few.