Date Posted Title Company Type Description  
Jul 26, 2019 Manager, Fund Development Cincinnati Youth Collaborative Full Time Cincinnati Youth Collaborative has an exciting full time opportunity for a Manager, Fund Development. This position encompasses fundraising, event planning and grant writing and comes with a benefits Details
Billie Sue Toepfer

Cincinnati Youth Collaborative

btoepfer@cycyouth.org

5133635212

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Full Time

Cincinnati Youth Collaborative has an exciting full time opportunity for a Manager, Fund Development. This position encompasses fundraising, event planning and grant writing and comes with a benefits package including choice of medical, fsa/hsa avaiability, dental, vision, company paid life, short and long term disability insurances, 401-K with company match, and liberal paid time off programs. 

Jul 30, 2019 Grant Billing Specialist YWCA Greater Cincinnati Part Time Job Title: Grant Billing Specialist I Revision Date: July 15, 2019 Incumbent:   Department: Finance Location: Cincinnati, OH FLSA Details
Angela J Jenkins

YWCA Greater Cincinnati

ajenkins@ywcacin.org

5133612125

540 Full Link



Part Time

Job Title:

Grant Billing Specialist I

Revision Date:

July 15, 2019

Incumbent:

 

Department:

Finance

Location:

Cincinnati, OH

FLSA Status:

Non-Exempt

Supervisor:

Finance Coordinator

 

 

Supervises:

N/A

 

 

 JOB SUMMARY 

 Responsible for handling grants and grant accounts receivables (A/R) including, but not limited to, preparing invoices and posting A/R and cash receipts for grant awards in accounting system. Develop various billing analysis and analytics including, but not limited to, completion of monthly grant billing and Accounts Receivable reports for management.

 1.       PRINCIPAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Prepare monthly grant reimbursement invoices in compliance with grant requirements.
  • Assist with subgrantee financial monitoring (collection, review and processing of financial reports from subgrantees; on-site and desktop monitoring) and ensure subgrantees compliance with rules and regulations.
  • Prepare all federal and funder required financial reporting and supporting schedules (quarterly/semi-annually/annually) per award agreements within specified timelines. (SF 425, FFR 9130, etc.) for grants assigned.
  • Assist with preparation of grant budgets, spending plans, budget modifications, subgrantees’ contractual agreements and amendments for grants assigned.
  • Develop a thorough understanding of awarding agencies guidelines and regulations (DOL, DOJ, etc.); maintain grasp of changing guidelines.
  • Generates and reviews grant billing reports from Financial Edge for completeness and accuracy.
  • Ensures that eligible grant expenses are coded to a grant code.
  • Track grant budget performance with agency staff relative to program goals and contract guidelines.
  • Understand all financial-related grant or contract financial compliance requirements for assigned programs.
  • Maintain appropriate grant related financial records.
  • Keep current on relevant grant information by attending conferences and trainings.
  • Provide data to Managers and Directors on an ongoing basis. Support program staff as necessary to maintain grant financial compliance.
  • Prepares various journal entries, including but not limited to, journal entries for account corrections, adjustments, grant match, and revenues.
  • Assists with the annual grant audit by providing support documentation as needed.
  • Cross train with other finance staff; able to backup and/or train on all specialist positions.
  • Secures confidential payroll information at all times.
  • Identifies changes that would promote ongoing process improvement.

 

  1. 2.       Other duties as needed or assigned by the Vice President Finance

  2. 3.       Support to Management, Supervisors, and Staff

  3. 4.       Clerical/General Administrative

·         Respond to routine emails, phone calls, etc.

This job description is not intended to be all inclusive and the employee will also perform other reasonably related business duties as assigned by the immediate supervisor and other management as required.

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

Education/Experience

·         Associate degree in accounting required or comparable experience

·         Fund accounting and government grant billing experience or equivalent preferred.

  • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail
  • Ability to work well under deadline pressures without sacrificing accuracy
  • Experience with local, State, and Federal grants preferred
  • Strong computer skills including a working knowledge of Financial Edge/Blackbaud preferred and Office 2010 or higher
  • Proficient with Microsoft Excel

Licenses/Credentials/Certifications

  • N/A

Skills/Specialized Knowledge/Abilities 

·         Calm, organized, patient, diplomatic, and confident demeanor in working with staff and vendors

·         Comfort in relating to all levels of management and diversity of personalities

·         Advanced attention to detail and accuracy in all work

·         Intermediate ability to prioritize own wide-ranging work load and work independently

·         Ability to maintain the highest levels of confidentiality regarding business and staff information

·         Intermediate ability to work collaboratively with colleagues and vendors.

·         Ability to recognize and analyze problems from an accounting perspective, identify and propose solutions.

 WORKING CONDITIONS:

Working Hours/Environment

·         Position is 25 hours/week; may require additional hours periodically, including evening and weekends depending on business needs

·         Work at various work sites

Tools and Equipment Used

·         Personal computer, copier, fax/scanner, phone, and other typical office equipment

Travel

·         Minimal – travel to various work sites in the Greater Cincinnati area

 

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

Jul 30, 2019 Finance Specialist I YWCA Greater Cincinnati Part Time Job Title: Finance Specialist I Revision Date: July 15, 2019 Incumbent:   Department: Finance Location: Cincinnati, OH FLSA Statu Details
Angela J Jenkins

YWCA Greater Cincinnati

ajenkins@ywcacin.org

5133612125

541 Full Link



Part Time

Job Title:

Finance Specialist I

Revision Date:

July 15, 2019

Incumbent:

 

Department:

Finance

Location:

Cincinnati, OH

FLSA Status:

Nonexempt

Supervisor:

Finance Coordinator

 

 

Supervises:

N/A

 

 

 JOB SUMMARY 

 Provides financial, administrative and clerical support by ensuring payments are completed and expenses are controlled by processing, verifying and reconciling invoices according to established policies and procedures in an efficient, timely and accurate manner. The Finance Specialist works directly with management staff and interacts with all employees on all finance and equipment matters. The Finance Specialist maintains confidence and protects operations by keeping information confidential.

PRINCIPAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

  •  Accounts Payable

-   Record and distribute invoices to appropriate departments.

-   Review and approve invoices entered by staff in online invoicing system.

-   Enter auto-pay invoices monthly.

-   Maintain files and documentation thoroughly and accurately, in accordance with agency policy, ensuring imaging of invoices and supporting documents is complete.

-   Prepare Aged Payables report for Vice President, Finance.

-   Process payments: print checks and enter ACH payments in bank portal.

-   Set up and maintain ACH templates for payments to employees, vendors and contract workers in bank portal.

-   Maintain W-9 forms, including 1099 maintenance, and Certificates of Insurance for vendors.

-   Send tax exemption forms as needed.

-   Reconcile vendor statements to verify charges and payments.

-   Research and resolve vendor statement past due amounts to ensure payments.

-   Maintain vendor files and file check stubs.

-   Assist with month and year end closings.

  • Maintain Shared Printer/Copiers

-   Keep 2nd floor printer stocked with paper.

-   Order & replace paper and toner as needed.

-   Coordinate service calls for repairs.

-   Create monthly report of printer charges.

  • Office Supplies

-   Fill supply requests for all YWCA departments using comparative pricing with approved vendors.

-   Maintain office supply storage room.

-   Create monthly reports on supply charges.

-   Perform yearly inventory.

  • Mailing

-   Order mailing supplies as needed.

-   Create monthly report of mailing charges.

-   Load funds onto postage meter.

  • Additional duties:

-   Attend meetings as necessary.

-   Archive files – prepare for storage according to policy.

-   Assists in pulling check requests, deposits, and other backup for annual financial statement audit and/or other audits upon request.

-   Identify changes/updates that will enhance existing Finance Department operations for efficiency and accuracy and submit to VP Finance for approval.

  1. 2.       Other duties as needed or assigned by the Vice President Finance

  2. 3.       Support to Management, Supervisors, and Staff

  3. 4.       Clerical/General Administrative
  4. ·         Respond to routine emails, phone calls, etc.

This job description is not intended to be all inclusive and the employee will also perform other reasonably related business duties as assigned by the immediate supervisor and other management as required.

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

Education/Experience

·         High School Diploma or GED; Associates Degree or equivalent from a two- year college or technical school is a plus

·         Microsoft experience, including Excel competency, is required.

·         High degree of accuracy, attention to detail and confidentiality

·         Excellent data entry skills

·         Excellent analytical, problem solving and decision making skills

·         Effective verbal, listening and written communication skills 

Licenses/Credentials/Certifications

·         N/A

Skills/Specialized Knowledge/Abilities 

·         Calm, organized, patient, diplomatic, and confident demeanor in working with staff and vendors

·         Comfort in relating to all levels of management and diversity of personalities

·         Advanced attention to detail and accuracy in all work

·         Intermediate ability to prioritize own wide-ranging work load and work independently

·         Ability to maintain the highest levels of confidentiality regarding business and staff information

·         Intermediate ability to work collaboratively with colleagues and vendors

 WORKING CONDITIONS:

Working Hours/Environment

·         Positions is 25 hours per week; may require additional hours periodically, including evening and weekends depending on business needs

Tools and Equipment Used

·         Personal computer, copier, fax/scanner, phone, and other typical office equipment

Travel

·         Minimal – travel to various work sites in the Greater Cincinnati area

Physical & Mental Demands

·         Frequently required to stand or sit for long periods of time depending on the project

·         Digital dexterity and hand/eye coordination in operation of equipment and machinery

·         Light lifting and carrying of supplies and tools, etc.

·         Ability to speak to and hear employees/clients via phone or in person

·         Body motor skills sufficient to enable incumbent to move around the office environment

·         Additional Mental Requirements: compare, decide, direct, problem solve, analyze, instruct, interpret

 

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

Aug 2, 2019 Volunteer Coordinator Cincinnati Youth Collaborative Full Time Be the go-to for planning, organizing and directing the volunteer programs at Cincinnati Youth Collaborative! This role comes with a full benefits package including choice of medical, fsa/hsa availabi Details
Billie Sue Toepfer

Cincinnati Youth Collaborative

btoepfer@cycyouth.org

5133635212

544 Full Link



Full Time

Be the go-to for planning, organizing and directing the volunteer programs at Cincinnati Youth Collaborative! This role comes with a full benefits package including choice of medical, fsa/hsa availability, dental, vision, company paid life, short and long term disability insurances, critical illness insurance, 401-K with company match, and a robust paid time off program. 

Aug 2, 2019 Program Support Administrative Assistant Cincinnati Youth Collaborative Full Time This is an opportunity to be a key contributor to the Jobs for Cincinnati Graduates Program! This full time opportunity comes with choice of medical plans, fsa/hsa availability, dental, vision, compan Details
Billie Sue Toepfer

Cincinnati Youth Collaborative

btoepfer@cycyouth.org

5133635212

543 Full Link



Full Time

This is an opportunity to be a key contributor to the Jobs for Cincinnati Graduates Program! This full time opportunity comes with choice of medical plans, fsa/hsa availability, dental, vision, company paid life, short and long term disability insurances, critical illness benefit, 401-K with a company match, and a robust paid time off program.   

Aug 2, 2019 Talent Search Advisor Cincinnati Youth Collaborative Full Time An opportunity to impact the lives of our youth by providing career and college access to students! This full time opportunity comes with a benefits package including choice of medical, fsa/hsa availa Details
Billie Sue Toepfer

Cincinnati Youth Collaborative

btoepfer@cycyouth.org

5133635212

542 Full Link



Full Time

An opportunity to impact the lives of our youth by providing career and college access to students! This full time opportunity comes with a benefits package including choice of medical, fsa/hsa availability, dental, vision, company paid life, short and long term disability insurances, 401-K plan with a comapny match, and a robust paid time off program.  

Aug 6, 2019 Psychiatrist/MD/ACT Team Member Full Time Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services (GCB) is a comprehensive integrated behavioral health care organization serving adults and children throughout Southwest Ohio and Northern Kentu Details
Claire McCandless

Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services

cmccandless@gcbhs.com

513-354-7035

545 Full Link


Full Time

Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services (GCB) is a comprehensive integrated behavioral health care organization serving adults and children throughout Southwest Ohio and Northern Kentucky. GCB is on the cutting edge of advances in treatment of mental illness and has won national recognition for the implementation of evidence-based services. We are seeking a Board Certified Psychiatrist to be a member of our new Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) team for adults in Amelia Ohio.

Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) is an intensive and highly integrated approach for community mental health service delivery. ACT teams serve individuals with the most serious forms of mental illness, predominantly but not exclusively the schizophrenia spectrum disorders. Many have histories of substance abuse, victimization and trauma, psychiatric hospitalization, arrests and incarceration, and homelessness. The symptoms and complications of their mental illnesses have led to serious functioning difficulties in several areas of life, often including work, social relationships, residential independence, money management, and physical health and wellness. As a member of the ACT team, the psychiatrist is available to all staff, participants and families to offer information and training on the course of illness and treatment, treatment options, primary effects and side effects of medications and other medical complications. The psychiatrist collaborates with other medical providers regarding the participant; including when hospitalized in medical and acute settings. The psychiatrist reviews the participant’s psychiatric and medical needs and either directly or through team members, offers and encourages the participant to utilize available services at the level the participant is willing to accept. The psychiatrist participates in daily team meetings, Individual Treatment Team planning meetings, and family meetings.

Position Description:

  • Provides psychiatric evaluation and ongoing psychiatric care of ACT clients by performing mental status examination, diagnostic assessments, supportive therapy, and pharmacological management.
  • Meets daily with the ACT team to review and direct staffs’ response to participant psychiatric or medical emergencies, emerging problems and ongoing treatment
  • Provides input, reviews and signs the Individual Service Plan
  • Provides information and education to staff, families and participants on the course of illness and treatment
  • Assesses the participant for benefits of medication intervention and provides medication monitoring and assessment.
  • Provides accurate, timely documentation of assessment and care provided to GCB clients.
  • Completes emergency psychiatric evaluations of ACT participants; as needed

Position Requirements:

  • Must be flexible, creative and adaptive in handling changing priorities
  • Ability to work as a team member in a collaborative manner with
  • Excellent communication, documentation, and time management skills
  • MD or DO degree from an accredited school of medicine or osteopathy in the US
  • Have a valid DEA number
Aug 6, 2019 Development Associate Community Matters Part Time Job Title: Development AssociateLocation: Community Matters, 2110 Saint Michael Street, 45204Hours: 30 hours/weekEmployee Classification: Non-exempt, part-time, salariedReports to: Director of Develop Details
Patty Lee

Community Matters

patty@cmcincy.org

513-244-2214 ext. 211

546 Full Link



Part Time

Job Title: Development Associate
Location: Community Matters, 2110 Saint Michael Street, 45204
Hours: 30 hours/week
Employee Classification: Non-exempt, part-time, salaried
Reports to: Director of Development & Communications

Job Overview
The Development Associate will work directly with Development and Communications Team to meet fundraising goals of Community Matters and Education Matters. This position will assist with donor development, including: grant writing (40%), in-kind gifts (20%), special events (20%), database management (10%), and donor communications (10%) for organization fundraising. The position will also assist with other development and communications projects, as needed.

Core Responsibilities
Grant Writing
• Work directly with Director to research and identify new grant opportunities; and
• Assist with grant writing, tracking, and foundation relationship management (tours, communications, etc.), especially new and small grant opportunities ($10,000 or less).

In-Kind Gifts
• Lead implementation of in-kind donations strategy for the Community Market food pantry, Opportunity Hub snack bar, LPH Community Gardens, and other general program in-kind needs; and
• Manage communication with current in-kind donors, solicit new donors, pick-up and/or receive donations, and track donations.

Special Events
• Assist with fundraising events, including managing solicitation of in-kind donations, organizing silent auction and raffles, serving lead role on event planning committees, event set-up, night of operations, etc.;
• Support all “friend-raiser” events; and
• Manage caused based events and related revenue goals.

Database Management/Donor Communications
• Manage donor database (donation entry, pledges, grant tracking, reports, etc.) to ensure accurate donor records;
• Issue thank you letters to donors and help update thank you letters, as needed;
• Manage updates of donor recognition on lobby displays and website;
• Work with Director to research and prepare prospective individual and business donor lists, and initiate and help develop relationships, as appropriate; and
• Assist with mailings and other communications collateral for individual giving campaigns, sponsorship packets, special events, and other department communication.

Position Qualifications
Experience
• 2+ years of nonprofit experience with development experience highly preferred;
• Demonstrated success in relationship building, both internally with colleagues
and externally with clients, donors, and volunteers;
• Demonstrated experience in event planning and management; and
• Demonstrated knowledge of data management.

Strengths and Skills
• Commitment to and enthusiasm for the mission of Community Matters and Education Matters;
• Strong written and verbal communication skills;
• Comfortable making a direct ask for support;
• Flexible, focused team player who is able to prioritize and multi-task;
• Self-motivated and well-organized; and
• Available to work some weekends and evenings.

To Apply
Please send a cover letter and resume to Patty Lee, Director of Development, at Patty@CMCincy.org by Friday, August 23rd at 5pm.

Aug 6, 2019 Education Outreach Coordinator Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati Full Time   EDUCATION OUTREACH COORDINATOR FULL-TIME July 29, 2019 Position Open Until Filled. The Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati and its affiliate (Legal Aid Society of Southwest Ohio, LLC) ( Details
Susie Barber

Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati

sbarber@lascinti.org

513-362-2818

547 Full Link



Full Time

 

EDUCATION OUTREACH COORDINATOR FULL-TIME

July 29, 2019

Position Open Until Filled.

The Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati and its affiliate (Legal Aid Society of Southwest Ohio, LLC) (“Legal Aid Society”) seek a full-time (40 hours/week) education outreach coordinator to work in our Cincinnati office. The Legal Aid Society is southwest Ohio’s largest non-profit law firm dedicated to reducing poverty and ensuring family stability through legal assistance. Legal Aid serves clients in Brown, Butler, Clermont, Clinton, Hamilton, Highland, and Warren Counties in Southwest Ohio.

Position Description

The successful candidate will have the opportunity to work with our nationally recognized Kids in School Rule! program and be part of our Children’s Practice Group. Position responsibilities include:

  • Communicating, coordinating, and problem solving with child welfare and school staff to support the education success of children in the custody of Hamilton County Job and Family Services;

  • Working closely with Legal Aid Society attorneys and paralegals to support the educational success of students involved with the child welfare system; and

  • Advocating for school success for students involved with the child welfare system by implementing interventions through attendance at school and provider meetings.

  • Compiling data and creating reports on education outcomes of students in KISR!


The Legal Aid Society offers a competitive salary with excellent benefits and a positive work environment.  The rate of pay is dependent on experience.


Qualifications


Applicants must possess a bachelor’s degree in education, social work or a related field.  A master’s degree is preferred.  Additional requirements include:

  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.

  • Demonstrated ability to handle multiple projects and meet deadlines in a fast-paced environment.

  • Demonstrated ability to effectively communicate and work in teams.

  • Experience working with school and child welfare staff.

  • Ability to pass a criminal background check.

  • Experience with Microsoft Office programs including Word, Outlook Excel, and PowerPoint.

  • Organized, accurate, and attentive to detail.

    Application Process

    Candidates must submit all of the listed items as Word or pdf documents attached to an email:

  • Cover letter explaining the reasons for your interest in this position;
  • Current resume; and

  • Contact information for three professional references.

    Email your materials to:  staffing@lascinti.org 

Please put “Education Outreach Coordinator” in the subject line. 

The Legal Aid Society is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Interviews will be arranged by Employer. Please do not call.

Aug 7, 2019 Digital Communications Coordinator ProKids Part Time ProKids is seeking a part-time (20 hours/week) digital communications coordinator who will focus on increasing brand awareness for the agency and volunteer recruitment by building our digital outreach Details
Kara Feltrup

ProKids

kfeltrup@prokids.org

5134876441

548 Full Link



Part Time

ProKids is seeking a part-time (20 hours/week) digital communications coordinator who will focus on increasing brand awareness for the agency and volunteer recruitment by building our digital outreach. We are looking for a professional who can identify new opportunities for engagement, educate the Greater Cincinnati community, execute content strategy and maintain/optimize the website.

To apply, please submit your resume and cover letter commdev@prokids.org by August 22, 2019. Note that ProKids does not accept phone call inquiries.

TITLE: Digital Communications Coordinator

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.

POSITION SUMMARY: Implements digital 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 maintaining and optimizing websites. Familiar with content management systems (ie. WordPress), Search Engine Optimization, analytics services (ie. Google), and HTML. Successful record of implementing social media to raise brand awareness, execute content strategy, and cultivate diverse audiences to increase engagement and growth in key tracking metrics. 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: Communications Manager

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

RESPONSIBILITIES

1. Develops and implements a comprehensive community outreach, content, and cultivation plan to identify and build relationships with diverse audiences through digital platforms.

2. Maintains prokids.org and finds ways to optimize the site based on SEO data and goals of reaching potential donors and volunteers.

3. Creates, produces, and publishes digital content on the website and through social media distribution channels, including but not limited to: Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

4. Quickly reacts to the needs of ProKids and its social media communities, establishing ProKids as a valuable, authentic voice within the child advocacy community and increasing value for our brand.

5. Maintains the website calendar and scheduled reminders.

6. Responsible for timely reporting of all social media data, tracking and communications.

7. Provides critical input to the setting and evaluation of agency goals and objectives with primary focus on the recruitment of volunteers, 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 & a comprehensive analysis of the impact of each goal.
• Communicating all financial needs and expenses.

8. 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.

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

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

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

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

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

SKILLS AND ABILITIES

1. Computer Skills required:
• Experience with content management systems (ie.WordPress), Search Engine Optimizations, analytics services (ie. Google) and HTML.
• Superior knowledge and experience of all social media channels, including but not limited to: Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
• Knowledge of MS Office software, including Excel, PowerPoint, and Word.
• 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.
• Strong proofreading skills.
• 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, 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.

Aug 7, 2019 Development Director St. Francis Seraph Mininstries Full Time Details
Annise Anderson

St. Francis Seraph Ministries

aanderson@sfsministries.org

513-549-0542

549 Full Link



Full Time

Aug 12, 2019 Business and Events Manager Community Matters Full Time Job Title: Business and Events Manager Location: Community Matters Administrative Office, 2110 Saint Michael Street Compensation Type: exempt, full-time, salary Reports to: Executive Director Appl Details
Mary Delaney

Community Matters

mary@cmcincy.org

5132442214

550 Full Link


cmcincy.org

Full Time

Job Title: Business and Events Manager

Location: Community Matters Administrative Office, 2110 Saint Michael Street

Compensation Type: exempt, full-time, salary

Reports to: Executive Director

Application Deadline: August 23, 2019

            

Job Overview

The Business and Events Manager oversees the operations, business development, and event coordination of The Sanctuary, a social enterprise event venue of Community Matters.  

Core Job Responsibilities

Business Development

  • Build market position by locating, developing, and maintaining business relationships;
  • Meet all business revenue goals by researching prospective clients in targeted markets, pursue leads, and follow through to successful bookings;
  • Manage revenue tracking and data reporting for The Sanctuary;
  • Manage business marketing including website, social media, The Knot, and all other forms of marketing;
  • Understand target markets, including industry, company, project, company contacts and which market strategies can be used to attract clients;
  • Build new vendor partnerships (preferred catering, lighting, sound, etc.) to advance revenue goals.

Event Coordination

  • Manage all event booking, coordination, and communications with renters;
  • Collect and manage all payments and agreement contracts;
  • Coordinate setup, planning, and all details for client use of Sanctuary;
  • Manage and collaboration with part-time Events Coordinator  to ensure highest quality of service, divide event schedule, and oversee coordination;
  • Hire and manage temporary event setup/clean up staff;
  • Coordinate access to the space for all events and ensure proper security and condition of space before, during and after events.

Facility Operations

  • Coordinate and manage all set up, clean up with janitorial and event staff;
  • Maintain proper licenses, permits, etc. (alcohol, commercial kitchen, occupancy);
  • Maintain proper condition of the Sanctuary and maintain compliance with the health department regulation of the commercial kitchen;
  • Manage all facility supplies and ensure space is properly prepared for events;
  • Manage pick up and setup of all rented event items;
  • Manage use of the space outside of paid events (Community Matters events, community usage, etc.)

 

IMPORTANT SKILLS AND ABILITIES

  • Must have strong customer service skills, organization skills, and the ability to troubleshoot and resolve problems.
  • Must be reliable and timely in attendance and have a flexible schedule.
  • Must have valid driver’s license and reliable transportation.
  • Must have regular evening/weekend availability.
  • The ability to work in a fast-paced environment and independent without constant supervision is required
  • Attention to detail, ability to work unsupervised while maintaining safety and quality standards, and confidence to speak up and act when safety and/or quality are compromised.
  • Comfort with multitasking and maintaining efficiency and productivity.
  • Effective and frequent communication with manager and support staff, regardless of department or shift.
  • Ability and willingness to adhere to and advance protocol in a diverse work environment.
  • Proficient in Google and/or Microsoft Office suites.

 

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS

  • Ability to frequently sit, stand, walk, stoop, kneel, crouch, crawl and climb.
  • Ability to frequently lift and/or move up to 50 pounds, occasionally lift and/or move up to 100 pounds.

 

To Apply

 Send cover letter and resume to Mary Delaney at Mary@cmcincy.org by Friday, August 23.

 

 

Aug 13, 2019 Senior Human Resources Manager (part-time) ProKids Full Time As ProKids continues to grow to serve our community’s children, we are seeking a part time (25 hours/week), Senior Human Resource Manager to join our team. The ideal candidate will have advanced Details
Kara Feltrup

ProKids

kfeltrup@prokids.org

5134876441

551 Full Link



Full Time

As ProKids continues to grow to serve our community’s children, we are seeking a part time (25 hours/week), Senior Human Resource Manager to join our team. The ideal candidate will have advanced knowledge of human resource management and at least 5 years of human resource experience. An advanced degree and HR certification are preferred for this new position, which will focus on employee and organizational development, maximizing our agency’s efficiency and strategic goals.

To apply, please submit your resume and cover letter to execdir@prokids.org by September 3, 2019. Note that ProKids does not accept phone call inquiries.

Posted 8/13/2019

POSITION TITLE: Senior Human Resources Manager

REPORTS TO: Executive Director

SUMMARY OF POSITION: The Senior Human Resources Manager is responsible for the overall development, administration, coordination and evaluation of human resource processes, and is a key partner in organization design, staffing, and structure.

POSITION ACCOUNTABILITIES:

  1. Assists with Employee and Organizational Development.
  • Drives and coordinates leadership development and succession planning.
  • Assesses employee retention and develops interventions as needed.
  • Facilitates employee communication and feedback.
  • Establishes and manages agency-wide committees/teams focused on employee and organizational development.
  • Assists with organization structure and design to maximize organization efficiency and results.
  1. Assists with employee training and development programs, including administration of the new employee orientation process.
  • Ensures completion of requisite new hire paperwork (W4, I-9, etc.).
  • Ensures an effective, consistent and structured agency orientation program is provided to all new employees. Schedules and monitors new hire orientations.
  • Coordinates orientation and mobility assistance for new hires as needed.
  • Provides recommendations for personnel training and development programs for employees. Coordinates, develops and conducts training as needed, in coordination with Professional Development team.
  • Develops, maintains and updates position descriptions.
  • Administers performance appraisal program. Reviews completed performance appraisals and provides recommendations for improvement and professional development.
  • Maintains performance appraisal calendar and advises supervising staff of pending appraisal due dates.
  • In coordination with Business Operations Director and Executive Director, conducts salary benchmarking for staff positions and provides recommendations for salary offers and adjustments.

3. Manages the recruitment, selection, and hiring functions for staff positions.

  • Coordinates recruitment and selection efforts for staff positions.
  • Assists managers in the analysis of needed staffing levels.
  • Assists managers with proper interviewing techniques.
  • Receives and reviews all applications/resumes, tracks applicant flow, evaluates qualifications, and recommends qualified applicants.
  • Schedules and conducts interviews in coordination with hiring manager.
  • Conduct reference checking in coordination with hiring manager.
  • Assists in hiring recommendations.
  • Prepare offer letters.
  • Ensures completion of all background checks in coordination with Business Operations.

4. Manages employee relations for all positions.

  • Responds to employee concerns and questions regarding agency policies, procedures, etc.
  • Assists managers with employee coaching and counseling. Develops employee performance improvement plans.
  • Works with directors regarding professional development, discipline and termination.
  • Conducts exit interviews.

5. Responsible for HR administrative functions.

  • Facilitates and guides development of agency Human Resource policies and implements all HR policies.
  • Prepares and distributes Human Resources communications.
  • Maintains all HR forms and records.
  • Maintains, updates, and ensures compliance of Employee Policy Manual and Volunteer Policy & Procedure Manual with ProKids objectives, relevant standards and requirements, and agency commitments.

6. Ensures compliance with all applicable federal, state and local employment laws.

  • Ensures dissemination and posting of all required notices.

7. General

  • Attends all staff meetings and establishes good teamwork with co-workers.
  • Assists with the setting and evaluation of all agency goals and objectives, including, but not limited to:
    • Recommendation for program changes and improvements.
    • Providing raw data.
    • Communicating all financial needs and expenses.
  • Communicates need for volunteers and provides assistance in designing and implementing volunteer training.  Supervises, manages, supports, evaluates, and communicates ongoing status of volunteers.
  • Performs duties in accordance with ProKids objectives and in compliance with relevant standards and agency commitments.
  • Provides assistance with events as requested.
  • Other duties as assigned by Supervisor.

SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

  • Advanced knowledge of human resources management required; advanced degree preferred.
  • A minimum of five years of experience in the HR field required.
  • Human Resources certification (PHR or SPHR) preferred.
  • Proficient in computer applications including Microsoft Office 365.
  • Strong interpersonal skills to allow for handling sensitive and confidential matters and strong written and verbal communication skills required.
  • Adherence to strict confidentiality of all employee related information and files.
  • Self-motivated with the ability to exercise considerable independence in the performance of day-to-day duties.
  • Ability to multi-task, work in a fast-paced office and manage multiple priorities and deadlines with accuracy.
  •  May be required to occasionally work irregular hours, nights and weekends as required for the operation of ProKids.
  • Excellent analytical, decision-making and problem-solving skills; solution-oriented.
  • Required to talk or hear, often in large crowds or busy environments.
Aug 13, 2019 Associate, Community Change United Way of Greater Cincinnati Full Time The Associate, Community Change is responsible for supporting the Community Impact Team to achieve the team’s shared outcomes in alignment with the overall Community Impact Opportunity Agenda. F Details
Pam Haney

United Way of Greater Cincinnati

pam.haney@uwgc.org

5137627197

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Full Time

The Associate, Community Change is responsible for supporting the Community Impact Team to achieve the team’s shared outcomes in alignment with the overall Community Impact Opportunity Agenda. Fully participate as a member of assigned project teams by demonstrating shared accountability for deliverables, participating in decision-making, communicating progress and challenges, proactively managing conflicts, and modeling a team culture of shared learning and accountability. In addition to supporting team goals,  may also lead 1-2 projects per year. Responsibilities may shift to adapt to new learnings and strategy.

 

KEY AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY: 

    • Participate as a team member to support the Family Centered Innovation Network to drive shared community efforts to meet holistic needs of low-income families.
    • Participate in 1-2 additional project teams within Community Impact to help achieve the team’s shared outcomes in alignment with the overall Community Impact Opportunity Agenda.
    • Manage relationships with agency and community partners and support capacity building of those partners.
    • Execute assigned activities and demonstrate shared accountability for deliverables.
    • Demonstrate open communications about progress and challenges.
    • Utilize the team’s project management tools/process/platforms.
    • Proactively surface and manage conflicts on the team towards a productive resolution.
    • Help develop a learning culture on the team to try new things, regularly reflect on what’s working and what’s not, pivot based on learnings, and share lessons learned.
    • Team assignments will be made based on need, strengths, and interests;  identify own strengths to contribute to the team.
    • Demonstrate adaptability and agility in balancing multiple and shifting activities and priorities.
    • While 50-80% of an Associate’s responsibilities may be clearly defined, considerable time will be kept flexible to adapt and shift towards emerging needs.
    • May also serve as a lead for a smaller project team to develop goals and workplans, share decision-making and accountability for deliverables, communicate progress within and across teams, surface and manage conflicts, and intentionally develop the culture of the team towards shared learning and accountability.

 MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor’s degree in a related field or equivalent experience.
  • One to three years of professional work experience in community organizations, community planning or related human service field desired.
  • Excellent oral and written communication and presentation skills.
  • Strong relationship building skills.
  • Strong project management & time management skills.
  • Adaptability and agility in balancing multiple and shifting activities and priorities.
  • Personal attributes: results driven, resilient, collaborative, tolerant of ambiguity, optimistic, possesses sense of urgency, humble, adaptable, entrepreneurial, inclusive, and courageous.

Applicants should apply by Tuesday, August 27, 2019 via the link below:

https://jobapply.page.link/B2Kc

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

Aug 13, 2019 Benefits Paralegal Advocate Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati Full Time Details
Susie Barber

Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati

sbarber@lascinti.org

513-362-2818

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Full Time

Aug 14, 2019 Development Department Coordinator Bethany House Services Full Time Development Department Coordinator Looking for a fun, energetic team to serving homeless families? Join our Team at Bethany House Services. We are looking for a member of the Development Department, Details
Mary Bennett Brown

Bethany House Services

mbrown@bhsinc.org

513-557-2404

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Full Time

Development Department Coordinator

Looking for a fun, energetic team to serving homeless families? Join our Team at Bethany House Services. We are looking for a member of the Development Department, who will be primarily responsible for administering, maintaining and updating Raiser’s Edge donor database system for the agency. 

You will provide assistance with coordinating social media platforms and website management by providing precise and accurate information for development projects to reach departmental goals.

This position will work closely with the Development Director, as well as Executive Director, to plan and execute marketing initiatives that meet program and fundraising goals. Knowledge of CRM systems, graphic design, social media management, website development and/or marketing skills will be critical in this position.

The successful candidate should have a Bachelor’s degree, preferably in marketing, communications, or other related disciplines; or equivalent years in experience.  You must be an expert with Raiser’s Edge and have impeccable attention to detail. And have strong quantitative, analytical and writing skills.