Date Posted Title Company Type Description  
Jun 7, 2021 ACADEMY MANAGER MORTAR CINCINNATI Full Time ORGANIZATIONALBACKGROUND:Founded in May of 2014, MORTAR exists to help entrepreneurs build businesses and transform their cities. MORTAR accomplishes this goal by offering a 15-week business training Details
Allen Woods

MORTAR Cincinnati

wearemortar@gmail.com

5138884769

792 Full Link



Full Time

ORGANIZATIONALBACKGROUND:

Founded in May of 2014, MORTAR exists to help entrepreneurs build businesses and transform their cities. MORTAR accomplishes this goal by offering a 15-week business training course designed to teach community entrepreneurs the nuances of starting or growing a business. Post-graduation, our alumni program offers additional months of ongoing support. MORTAR operates a network of BRICK Pop Up Shops that entrepreneurs can utilize for various periods of time to provide entrepreneurs with the opportunity to pressure-test their ideas in real-time. Lastly, through the Iron Chest Fund, we’ve had the ability to deliver over a quarter-million dollars in the form of grants, low-interest loans, and equity investments directly into the hands of MORTAR alumni who are in need of start-up/growth capital.

Learn more about MORTAR here.

MORTAR is an equal opportunity employer and is strongly committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment where a variety of backgrounds, cultures, orientations, and talents can flourish.


POSITION OVERVIEW:

MORTAR is currently searching for a full-time program manager to focus on the implementation of our MORTAR Entrepreneurship Academy. This role involves working with prospective Academy participants to shepherd them through the process of applying, interviewing and entering the Academy. The Academy Manager will also supervise Academy facilitators while ensuring quality delivery & implementation of evaluation practices that will assist us in tracking the data on our participants during their Academy experience. A growth mindset is essential as we’re beginning to develop alternative variations of our Academy curriculum (including an online, self-guided version that will assist MORTAR in our expansion efforts while securing market share). The Academy Manager will be the catalyst behind making sure that these ongoing developments are moving forward.

 

WHO WE’RE LOOKING FOR:

MORTAR is undergoing a significant time of transition, growth, and expansion. For this reason, we’re adding to our high-performing team to meet these growing demands. In this role, the Academy Manager will be responsible for implementing MORTAR’s existing MORTAR Entrepreneurship Academy - and taking it to the next level.

The ideal candidate for this position must have a heart for building equitable entrepreneurial ecosystems and carving out space for entrepreneurs who are often overlooked. Experience in business development and access to the connections to assist our participants with building their businesses and relationships with city partners, mentors, suppliers, and liaisons are essential.

The person who fills this role will be carrying the baton of a high-performing team that has laid the foundation of MORTAR’s work over the course of the last 7 years.  They will inherit a program that has over 300 graduates - and take that program to the next level by developing enhanced systems for case management & data collection, workshop creation, curriculum creation, and more.

MORTAR currently delivers our programming in seven neighborhoods throughout Cincinnati and also in six additional cities outside of Cincinnati - but this is just the beginning. As we continue our expansion, the Academy Manager will also train the Academy staff in other cities, preparing them to have a true impact on their community entrepreneurs.

We’re looking for an ambitious leader who possesses the ability to build valuable relationships and empower our Academy participants to succeed in building their businesses. This will enable us to convert our vision, strategy, and processes that will lead to establishing MORTAR as the go-to organization for helping communities build equitable entrepreneurial ecosystems.  


REPORTS TO: MORTAR STRATEGIC DIRECTOR



STRATEGIC INITIATIVES:

Create an earned revenue system to develop the sustainability of MORTAR programs

Enhance community outreach efforts to find quality partners, participants, and program sponsors that will optimize the community impact that MORTAR has across the city & nation

Strengthen the entrepreneurial ecosystem by being a voice for micro-business entrepreneurs, always seeking to reach and include a diverse population; intentionally advocating for historically marginalized entrepreneurs

Build strategic relationships for long-term program and operational support



RESPONSIBILITIES:

Responsible  for the management of the MORTAR Entrepreneurship Academy

Serve as a community liaison between MORTAR participants and the regional business community, and as a liaison between MORTAR participants and the Leadership Team, Staff, and Partners

Develop and execute strategies, objectives, and action plans to assist MORTAR participants in growing themselves and their businesses through an engaging (yet challenging) program

Act as a representative of MORTAR at community events, meetings, and gatherings

Establish and leverage collaborative relationships with community partners to achieve organizational goals

Develop, implement, and facilitate initiatives that support responsive participant and mentor relationships, assist in recruiting and placing quality mentors, advisors, and partners

Support MORTAR’s goal of data collection, evaluation, and improvement

Track engagement with participants, keep their records updated and ensure appropriate transferral of records to Alumni Manager upon graduation

Work alongside Alumni Manager - serve as a partner to assist with MORTAR’s Alumni Program, special events, and participate in full-team objectives

Training Academy departments of expansion cities

Developing Academy programming - researching and developing workshops,  activities, convenings, field trips, group video chats, etc.

Managing short-term pop up shop locations in order to engage potential MORTAR Academy participants

Managing MORTAR merchandise sales, inventory, and online store



REQUIRED ATTRIBUTES & SKILLS:

Integrity

Critical thinking

Innovative

Be adaptive and proactive - a leader that is results-focused

Flexible, optimistic, constructive, with a good sense of humor; must be comfortable in a fast-paced environment with frequent deadlines

Expert level administrative, written, and verbal communication skills

Exceptional planning, time, and project management skills

Demonstrated proactive approaches to problem-solving with strong decision-making capability  

Passionate about the missions of MORTAR and Brick Pop Up Shops

Emotional maturity

Strong public speaking skills

Hard-working, highly resourceful team-player, with the ability to also be extremely effective independently  

Adhere to the utmost ethical standards, intuitive, considerate, and kind

Adaptable, versatile, forward-looking thinker, who actively seeks opportunities and proposes solutions

Has experience working with others (one-on-one & group coaching) and a background in personal/business development

High level of organizational skills and ability to multitask


PREFERRED EXPERIENCE:

Three to five years of professional experience in business development, consulting and/or entrepreneurship

Must show a thorough understanding of the local & regional entrepreneurial ecosystem

Basic knowledge in financial literacy (personal & business)

Proficiency in Salesforce or other CRM

Bonus points for candidates with experience in case management



SALARY & BENEFITS:

Salary Based On Experience

Parking and Competitive PTO package (including a paid day off for your birthday)

Health, Dental & Vision benefit plans available after 45-day probationary periodweare
May 24, 2021 Behavioral Health Consultant - GCBHS/Cincinnati Health Network Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Heallth Services Full Time Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services (GCBHS) is seeking a Behavioral Health Consultant to provide Behavioral Health Therapy for individuals seeking services with Cincinnati Health N Details
Damilola Onikoyi

Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Heallth Services

donikoyi@gcbhs.com

14046639397

789 Full Link


Full Time

Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services (GCBHS) is seeking a Behavioral Health Consultant to provide Behavioral Health Therapy for individuals seeking services with Cincinnati Health Network and McMicken Health Clinic.

New $4,000 Sign On Bonus for LISW/LPCC or $3,000 for LSW/LPC.

The Behavioral Health Consultant (BHC) role is embedded within Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services’ partnering health centers. The primary focus of the BHC is to deliver brief holistic, action-oriented, evidence-based services to primary care patients, as well as immediate concise consultation to medical providers. An active member of the primary care team, the BHC assists with implementation of primary care provider treatment plans, and supports diverse patients in achieving improved health outcomes, accelerating the patient’s experience of care, and efficiency of the practice. BHC identifies, triages, and empowers patients to make healthy lifestyle choices by activating self-management strategies, and motivational techniques to prevent or manage chronic physical and behavioral health conditions.

The ideal candidate for this role is a LISW or LPCC with counseling experience and must possess experience and skills working with individuals experiencing homelessness.  We will consider a LSW or LPC with the right experience and skills.  This is a full-time role with an excellent benefits package.

Position Responsibilities:

  • Assists primary health providers in recognizing and treating patients, understanding the connection between biological, psychological, and social health, and the ability to quickly collaborate with patient to formulate a plan of action toward well-being.
  • Performs targeted brief assessment and evaluation, including diagnostic impressions and functional status focused on presenting problem, engaging client in self-care and self-management strategies, lifestyle enhancements, and motivational techniques to prevent or manage chronic physical and behavioral health conditions.
  • Ensures the highest quality of care by working with an interdisciplinary team to: (a) develop and maintain program policies and procedures; (b) identify and eliminate barriers to care; (c) participate in quality assurance activities, including chart reviews, program evaluation, staff development trainings, and outcome analysis, as well as following a (d) shared ethical decision making model.

 Position Requirements:

  • Ohio LISW or LPCC required.
  • Ohio LSW or LPC may be considered
  • Must possess experience and skills to work with individuals experiencing homelessness.


GCBHS has been named a Top Workplace in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky since 2010!

Please visit our website to learn more about GCBHS. www.gcbhs.com


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May 24, 2021 Counseling Therapist - LSW/LISW/LPCC - $3,000 Sign On Bonus Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Heallth Services Full Time GCBHS has an immediate opening at our Cincinnati, Ohio office for a Counseling Therapist to help individuals, children, and families who are experiencing mental health and substance use diso Details
Damilola Onikoyi

Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Heallth Services

donikoyi@gcbhs.com

513-354-7088

788 Full Link


Full Time

GCBHS has an immediate opening at our Cincinnati, Ohio office for a Counseling Therapist to help individuals, children, and families who are experiencing mental health and substance use disorder.  This position is located in our outpatient clinic in Price Hill.  This job now offers a $3,000 Sign On Bonus for LSW or LPC and $4,000 for LISW or LPCC.

The ideal candidate will have an Ohio LSW, LISW or LPCC and experience working with individuals receiving treatment for mental illness and substance use disorder.

This is a great position for someone with a BSW/LSW or MSW/LSW  who wants to get experience and attain their independent license!  We offer free license supervision hours and continuing education credits.


Position Responsibilities:

  • Provides counseling, mental health, and substance abuse services to individuals and families in accordance with the agencies strategic plan while adhering to agency policies and procedures.
  • Provides face-to-face service hours based on agency productivity standards.
  • Provides individual, couple, family and group therapy as dictated by client needs.
  • Performs a variety of casework duties, including analysis of assessment data, formulation of treatment plan, and implementation of the treatment


Position Requirements:

  • Ohio LSW, LISW or LPCC required.
  • Please note:  we can only consider SW candidates or independent Counseling candidates due to license supervision.
  • Has knowledge of a variety of treatment approaches and modalities including:  psycho-dynamic, psycho-social, solution focused, family therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, systems approach, strength based approaches, cognitive behavioral, substance abuse, sex abuse treatment and other evidence or research based approaches.


GCBHS incorporates principles of trauma informed care in all areas of our Counseling services.  Trauma informed care includes cultural sensitivity and emphasizes a safe and respectful environment for all clients and staff.   Experience and/or training in these principles and in trauma treatment is valued in applicants.


GCBHS has been named a Top Workplace in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky since 2010!  Please visit our website to learn more about GCBHS.  www.gcbhs.com

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Jun 7, 2021 DEVELOPMENT MANAGER MORTAR CINCINNATI Full Time ORGANIZATIONAL BACKGROUND: Founded in May of 2014, MORTAR exists to help entrepreneurs build businesses and transform their cities. MORTAR accomplishes this goal by offering a 15-week business traini Details
ALLEN WOODS

MORTAR CINCINNATI

WEAREMORTAR@GMAIL.COM

5138884769

794 Full Link



Full Time

ORGANIZATIONAL BACKGROUND:

Founded in May of 2014, MORTAR exists to help entrepreneurs build businesses and transform their cities. MORTAR accomplishes this goal by offering a 15-week business training course designed to teach community entrepreneurs the nuances of starting or growing a business. Post-graduation, our alumni program offers additional months of ongoing support. MORTAR operates a network of BRICK Pop Up Shops that entrepreneurs can utilize for various periods of time to provide entrepreneurs with the opportunity to pressure-test their ideas in real-time. Lastly, through the Iron Chest Fund, we’ve had the ability to deliver over a quarter-million dollars in the form of grants, low-interest loans, and equity investments directly into the hands of MORTAR alumni who are in need of start-up/growth capital.

Learn more about MORTAR here.

MORTAR is an equal opportunity employer and is strongly committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment where a variety of backgrounds, cultures, orientations, and talents can flourish.

POSITION OVERVIEW:

MORTAR seeks a full-time Development Manager.  This role supports all fundraising initiatives including but not limited to working with board members, staff, and volunteers as well as building relationships with donors in an effort to support the financial well-being of the organization. The ideal candidate will be an accomplished grant writer, as well as a forward and strategic thinker who enjoys seeing projects through from conception to completion both independently and with a team.
 

WHO WE’RE LOOKING FOR:

MORTAR is experiencing significant growth and expansion. For this reason, we’re adding to our high-performing team to meet the growing needs of our organization.

We’re looking for a compelling communicator and writer to increase our capacity to attract, cultivate, and maintain individual, corporate, and foundation partnerships that yield the necessary support to scale MORTAR’s impact across the nation.

The successful candidate will join our high-performing team, which has laid the foundation of MORTAR’s work over the course of the last 7 years,  as we continue our work toward our vision,  strategy, and establishing MORTAR as the go-to organization for equipping communities to build more equitable small business ecosystems for Black and minority entrepreneurs.

Success in this role requires a propensity for developing meaningful partnerships with donors, meticulously managing grants and fundraising campaigns from ideation to completion, and the ability to work both within a dynamic team and independently.

Our ideal candidate will join MORTAR’S team of all-stars to work closely with the Development Director, to meet or exceed the fundraising goals as established in the annual fundraising plan. ensure MORTAR’s long-term fiscal sustainability in accordance with the organizational strategic goals, as well as the annual organizational budget.

If you have a passion for building relationships, a mind for fundraising & development, the chops for sales, and a heart for building equitable entrepreneurial ecosystems, this might be the perfect opportunity for you.

REPORTS TO: DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR


STRATEGIC INITIATIVES:

Ensure MORTAR storytelling is consistent across all staff, board, stakeholders and media

Diversify MORTAR’s philanthropic revenue streams to meet/or exceed the organization’s fundraising goals as forecasted in the annual fundraising plan and organizational budget

Improve and increase MORTAR’s donor engagement practices

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Grant research, writing, management, and reporting

Implementation, management, and tracking of annual fundraising campaigns and fundraising events

Cultivate and retain a robust portfolio of donors and partners; building relationships  to help further MORTAR’s mission in accordance with department engagement plan

Act as a representative of MORTAR at community events, meetings, and gatherings



REQUIRED ATTRIBUTES & SKILLS:

Integrity

Flexible, optimistic, constructive, with a good sense of humor; must be comfortable in a fast-paced environment with tight deadlines

Strong written, verbal, and interpersonal skills

Exceptional planning and time management skills

Demonstrated proactive approaches to problem-solving with strong decision-making capability  

Passionate about the mission of MORTAR

Emotional maturity

Creative, self-starter attitude

Hard-working, highly resourceful team-player, with the ability to also be extremely effective independently  

Adhere to the utmost ethical standards, intuitive, considerate, and kind

Adaptable, versatile, forward-looking thinker, who actively seeks opportunities and proposes solutions



PREFERRED EXPERIENCE:

Two years of professional or volunteer nonprofit fundraising

Database entry and management

Extra credit for being bilingual (English & Spanish) - as we think about the future of MORTAR, the ability to read, write, and speak both languages without limitation or assistance is a highly beneficial skill

Bonus points for candidates with an extensive understanding of local and national entrepreneurial ecosystems and barriers



SALARY & BENEFITS:

Salary Based On Experience

Parking and Competitive PTO package (including a paid day off for your birthday)

Health, Dental & Vision benefit plans available after 45-day probationary period

 

Jun 7, 2021 EXPANSION MANAGER MORTAR CINCINNATI Full Time ORGANIZATIONAL BACKGROUND: Founded in May of 2014, MORTAR exists to help entrepreneurs build businesses and transform their cities. MORTAR accomplishes this goal by offering a 15-week business traini Details
ALLEN WOODS

MORTAR CINCINNATI

WEAREMORTAR@GMAIL.COM

5138884769

795 Full Link



Full Time

ORGANIZATIONAL BACKGROUND:

Founded in May of 2014, MORTAR exists to help entrepreneurs build businesses and transform their cities. MORTAR accomplishes this goal by offering a 15-week business training course designed to teach community entrepreneurs the nuances of starting or growing a business. Post-graduation, our alumni program offers additional months of ongoing support. MORTAR operates a network of BRICK Pop Up Shops that entrepreneurs can utilize for various periods of time to provide entrepreneurs with the opportunity to pressure-test their ideas in real-time. Lastly, through the Iron Chest Fund, we’ve had the ability to deliver over a quarter-million dollars in the form of grants, low-interest loans, and equity investments directly into the hands of MORTAR alumni who are in need of start-up/growth capital.

Learn more about MORTAR here.

MORTAR is an equal opportunity employer and is strongly committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment where a variety of backgrounds, cultures, orientations, and talents can flourish.

 POSITION OVERVIEW:

MORTAR seeks a full-time Expansion Manager. We are searching for a naturally outgoing relationship manager with a passion for project management. The ideal candidate will have a growth mindset, while deeply dedicated to and engaged in the entrepreneurial space. (Perhaps you’re a current or former entrepreneur?) Your attention to detail allows you to juggle multiple projects and sales leads at one time. If you thrive in ambiguity, problem-solving, and want to play a key role in the acceleration of our organization, this may be the role for you.


WHO WE’RE LOOKING FOR:

MORTAR is undergoing a significant time of transition, growth, and expansion. For this reason, we’re adding to our high-performing team to meet these growing demands. In this role, the selected candidate will join our team of all-stars, and the head Expansion, in implementing MORTAR’s strategy in this area, one of the organization’s main income streams. If you have a passion for building relationships, a mind for growth strategies, the chops for sales, and a heart for building equitable entrepreneurial ecosystems, this might be the perfect opportunity for you.

The person who fills this role will be carrying the baton of a high-performing team that has laid the foundation of MORTAR’s work over the course of the last 7 years.  They will join forces with our Expansion Director to grow our organizational revenue streams. This extremely collaborative role is responsible for meeting and/or exceeding the organization’s goals for expansion efforts into new neighborhoods and cities across the nation.

MORTAR currently delivers our programming in seven neighborhoods throughout Cincinnati and also in six additional cities outside of Cincinnati - but this is just the beginning. The ideal candidate will become an important part of the MORTAR team, researching the needs of communities around the nation to determine who would benefit from having access to MORTAR’s culturally competent programming, tools, processes, and curriculum. The Expansion Manager will work on building and cultivating relationships with prospective MORTAR expansion cities, assisting them in asset mapping, educating and guiding anchor partners & funders through the sales process, and closing deals that bring MORTAR to other regions.

We’re looking for someone with the ability to build a robust sales pipeline & attract funding to scale our impact. This will enable us to convert our vision, strategy, and processes into action that establishes MORTAR as the go-to organization for helping communities build equitable entrepreneurial ecosystems.

REPORTS TO: MORTAR EXPANSION DIRECTOR

STRATEGIC INITIATIVES:

Enhance our replicable system for MORTAR’s partnering communities, organizations, and cities while developing/implementing a national expansion plan that incorporates sharing the system with new partners. This also includes updating the MORTAR toolkit, building & coaching local community advisory councils, and project management of MORTAR sites

Build strategic relationships for long-term program and operational support


RESPONSIBILITIES:

Develop and execute strategies, objectives, and action plans to support MORTAR’s presence in various Cincinnati neighborhoods and across the nation

Project managing specific expansion site(s) and ensuring they have what they need to be successful

Set up and attend routine meetings with community stakeholders and major donors to build relationships  to help further MORTAR’s mission

Working with targeted communities and organizations to further develop equitable entrepreneurial ecosystems

Lead advocacy and policy work with the Expansion Director and partners as needed

Act as a representative of MORTAR at community events, meetings, and gatherings


REQUIRED ATTRIBUTES & SKILLS:

Integrity

An adaptive and proactive leader that is results-focused

Flexible, optimistic, constructive, with a good sense of humor; must be comfortable in a fast-paced environment with tight deadlines

Communicate in an effective and timely manner with internal and external contacts.

Superb written, verbal, and interpersonal skills

Exceptional planning and time management skills

Demonstrated proactive approaches to problem-solving with strong decision-making capability  

Passionate about the mission of MORTAR  

Comfortable spending up to 75% of your time in the community with partners and community members (may also include a large volume of travel to the markets that we work in)

Emotional maturity

Creative, self-starter attitude

Hard-working, highly resourceful team-player, with the ability to also be extremely effective independently  

Adhere to the utmost ethical standards, intuitive, considerate, and kind

Adaptable, versatile, forward-looking thinker, who actively seeks opportunities and proposes solutions

High level of organizational skills and ability to multitask

Ability to manage multiple client needs through a provided CRM

Proficiency in Microsoft Office & Google Suites equivalent programs

Work in Partnership with the Leadership and Expansion Operations to understand and effectively communicate brand and quality standards and effectively communicate the value proposition throughout the sales process.

Facilitate site visits and other connections with prospective city partners

You will be required to work outside of traditional office hours.

Self-starter

PREFERRED EXPERIENCE:

Three to five years of professional experience in community engagement, business development and/or entrepreneurship

Two years of project management

Must show a basic understanding of the national entrepreneurial ecosystem, personal & business financial literacy, and advanced knowledge of the national fundraising landscape.

Proficiency in Salesforce or other CRM

Extra credit for being bilingual (English & Spanish) - as we think about the future of MORTAR, the ability to read, write, and speak both languages without limitation or assistance is a highly beneficial skill

Bonus points for candidates with experience in sales and/or franchising

SALARY & BENEFITS:

Salary Based On Experience

Parking and Competitive PTO package (including a paid day off for your birthday)

Health, Dental & Vision benefit plans available after 45-day probationary period

Jun 10, 2021 Family Case Manager Islamic Center of Greater Cincinnati (ICGC) Full Time The Islamic Center of Greater Cincinnati's Social Services team is looking for a Family Case Manager for its Success@Life program. Reporting to the Social Services Manager, this position will be respo Details
SAMIRA JAWEED

Islamic Center of Greater Cincinnati (ICGC)

sjaweed@icgc.us

5137579146

796 Full Link



Full Time

The Islamic Center of Greater Cincinnati's Social Services team is looking for a Family Case Manager for its Success@Life program. Reporting to the Social Services Manager, this position will be responsible for providing holistic case management services to families in the Greater Cincinnati area by focusing on household stabilization and self-sufficiency through a combination of strengths-based approach, trauma informed care, and 2-Gen model. This is a full-time hourly position with a minimum time commitment of 37.5 hrs./wk.  The pay range is $18 to $22/hr. (Commensurate with experience and credentials). ICGC offers health and retirement benefits in addition to paid time off. Office hours will be Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. Qualified candidates may apply online or send their resumes to sjaweed@icgc.us

See attached pdf for the full job description. 


Jun 7, 2021 FINANCE DIRECTOR MORTAR CINCINNATI Full Time ORGANIZATIONAL BACKGROUND: Founded in May of 2014, MORTAR exists to help entrepreneurs build businesses and transform their cities. MORTAR accomplishes this goal by offering a 15-week business traini Details
ALLEN WOODS

MORTAR CINCINNATI

WEAREMORTAR@GMAIL.COM

5138884769

793 Full Link



Full Time

ORGANIZATIONAL BACKGROUND:

Founded in May of 2014, MORTAR exists to help entrepreneurs build businesses and transform their cities. MORTAR accomplishes this goal by offering a 15-week business training course designed to teach community entrepreneurs the nuances of starting or growing a business. Post-graduation, our alumni program offers additional months of ongoing support. MORTAR operates a network of BRICK Pop Up Shops that entrepreneurs can utilize for various periods of time to provide entrepreneurs with the opportunity to pressure-test their ideas in real-time. Lastly, through the Iron Chest Fund, we’ve had the ability to deliver over a quarter-million dollars in the form of grants, low-interest loans, and equity investments directly into the hands of MORTAR alumni who are in need of start-up/growth capital.

Learn more about MORTAR here.

MORTAR is an equal opportunity employer and is strongly committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment where a variety of backgrounds, cultures, orientations, and talents can flourish.



POSITION OVERVIEW:

MORTAR is seeking to hire a full-time Finance Director.  This role encompasses the traditional financial responsibilities as well as additional responsibilities within the broader MORTAR operations.  MORTAR is rapidly growing and expanding into other cities.  The organization needs strong financial leadership to help guide revenue generation and wise spending choices to continue to fuel that growth.  This role also provides the leadership in instilling strong processes and “tone from the top” to drive a robust governance culture. The Finance Director also plays an invaluable role as the trusted counsel to the Executive Director in dealing with opportunities and decisions that span the entire organization. Finally, the Finance Director interfaces directly with the Board and its Finance Committee to keep them informed on the financial health of the organization as well as organizational governance work and policy development.  


WHO WE’RE LOOKING FOR:

MORTAR is undergoing a significant time of transition, growth, and expansion. For this reason, we’re adding to our high-performing team to meet these growing demands.  The ideal candidate for this position exemplifies the qualities that drive the MORTAR mission – entrepreneurship, business acumen to help lead the organization to productively grow nationally, connection and understanding to driving business ownership in the marginalized parts of the community, and agility to thrive in a highly dynamic work environment.

The ideal candidate must also have a strong skill set, experience, and interest beyond the financial responsibilities.  A Finance Director is most effective and valuable when they are immersed in the operations of the organization.  A broader role increases understanding of the core work, fosters credibility with the rest of the organization and drives insight into the decision-making so critical for strong financial results.

Finally, the role encompasses multiple avenues for interfacing and presenting outside of the organization.  Examples include foundations and corporations from a business development standpoint, organizations in other cities that are sponsoring MORTAR expansion, accounting firms and other third-party relationships, and our Board of Directors.  

REPORTS TO: MORTAR EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

STRATEGIC INITIATIVES:

Lead the ongoing development of the organization’s financial strategy and the multi-year glide paths that support the long-term goals

Lead organizational efforts for strong, sustained, and diversified revenue growth

Drive win-win financial models for expansion cities

Lead strong decision-making on spending choices that effectively drive mission achievement and organizational growth

 RESPONSIBILITIES:

Develop monthly financial forecasts and annual budgets that provide strong financial guidance and Board engagement

Work with an external accounting firm to ensure strong accounting processes and quality data

Develop and strengthen the organization’s financial processes to ensure strong controls and governance culture

Develop necessary policies that guide the organization’s financials and align them with the Finance Committee and Board

Provide guidance to our bookkeeper and manage the relationships with our accounting firm and external auditors

Lead an area of the organization outside of Finance to more effectively expand your impact and influence across the organization.  The targeted area would be the best fit of business needs and personal skills and experiences

Develop strong relationships external to the organization through Development and Expansion efforts

Financial coaching to assist the organization, staff, reach personal finance goals, and achieve financial stability

Act as Financial Liasion for MORTAR Entrepreneurship Academy participants and alumni




REQUIRED ATTRIBUTES & SKILLS:

Integrity

Be adaptive and proactive - a leader that is results-focused

Flexible, optimistic, constructive, with a good sense of humor; must be comfortable in a fast-paced environment with frequent deadlines

Expert level administrative, written, and verbal communication skills

Exceptional planning and time management skills

Demonstrated proactive approaches to problem-solving with strong decision-making capability  

Passionate about the mission of MORTAR

Emotional maturity

Hard-working, highly resourceful team-player, with the ability to also be extremely effective independently  

Adhere to the utmost ethical standards, intuitive, considerate, and kind

Adaptable, versatile, forward-looking thinker, who actively seeks opportunities and proposes solutions

Has experience working with others (one-on-one & group coaching) and a background in personal/business development



PREFERRED EXPERIENCE:

Five to  seven years of professional experience in Finance and Accounting

Strong background and set of experiences in the Finance and Accounting area

Demonstrated business acumen

Experience working outside of the organization – other companies, government or community organizations, foundations



SALARY & BENEFITS:

Salary Based On Experience

Parking and Competitive PTO package (including a paid day off for your birthday)

Health, Dental & Vision benefit plans available after 45-day probationary period

 

Jun 7, 2021 Finance Manager 4C for Children Full Time         FINANCE MANAGER The Finance Manager is tasked with overseeing many aspects of the accounting and finance function for the organization in coordination with and under t Details
Ann Thomas

4C for Children

athomas@4cforchildren.org

5137581206

790 Full Link


Full Time

 

 

 

 

FINANCE MANAGER

The Finance Manager is tasked with overseeing many aspects of the accounting and finance function for the organization in coordination with and under the supervision of the organization’s CFO. Responsibilities will be dependent upon the organization’s needs at a given time and the background of the candidate, but may include:

 

  • Regular reconciliation of bank and investment accounts
  • Preparation of billings under federal and state grant programs
  • Oversight of the accounts payable and treasury management functions
  • Supervision and review of payroll processing
  • Maintenance of supporting details and reconciliations for various balance sheet accounts (e.g., prepaid expense amortization schedule and fixed asset detail)
  • Assistance with budgeting and preparation of regular budget-to-actual reporting
  • Review, oversight, and training of staff accountant
  • Assisting the CFO with implementing best practices and processes to increase the efficiency and accuracy of the organization’s financial reporting function

 

Recognizing candidate skill sets and backgrounds may vary, the ideal candidate would possess some combination of the following (though not all are required):

5+ years of experience in a Finance Manager or comparable function, or an equivalent combination of education and professional experience – preferably at an organization that receives an annual financial audit

  • Though not required, accounting education in a university or comparable setting is a plus
  • Comfort with recording basic journal entries
  • Budgeting experience – preferably in environments with budgets segmented by cost center or department
  • Experience running and managing payroll (an added plus would be managing payroll for organizations that allocate payroll costs across multiple departments)
  • High level of comfort with Microsoft Excel, including advanced functions
  • Experience with Financial Edge (or a propensity to pick up a new accounting system quickly)
  • Experience supporting annual financial statement audits
  • High attention to detail and a drive to get things right rather than settling for “close enough”
  • An interest in working collaboratively to support staff and other departments throughout the organization
  • A work mentality rooted in professionalism and ethical behavior
  • Comfort with oversight, training and regular review of accounting staff
  • A problem-solving mentality focused on addressing problems quickly and at their root cause versus settling for band-aid solutions
May 24, 2021 Mental Health Case Manager Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Heallth Services Full Time Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services (GCBHS) is looking for Case Manager candidates for our outpatient behavioral health clinics located in Cincinnati, Ohio to serve indiv Details
Damilola Onikoyi

Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Heallth Services

donikoyi@gcbhs.com

513-354-7088

785 Full Link


Full Time

Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services (GCBHS) is looking for Case Manager candidates for our outpatient behavioral health clinics located in Cincinnati, Ohio to serve individuals in Hamilton County.  This is a great starting point for a recent Social Work or Psychology graduate and students in a MSW or Master's in Mental Health Counseling program

We offer a $3,000 sign on Bonus, $1,200 annual bonus ($300 per quarter) in addition to our competitive salary ($34,521-$36,930 to start) and excellent tuition assistance benefits ($2,500).

We are now offering our Case Management Training Academy again with start dates every month!  No experience required!  We also offer the opportunity to start throughout the month on one of our teams.

We are looking for BSW or Psychology or Sociology or Criminal Justice or related Human Services degree graduates.  GCBHS offers great career advancement opportunities and a rich benefits package including Tuition Assistance ($2,500 per semester for a MSW or MA in Counseling).  We also provide practicum supervision, license supervision, and continuing education credits.

Responsibilities for Case Manager: 

  • Provides case management - Community Psychiatric Support Treatment (CPST) services and Therapeutic Behavioral Services (TBS) to persons with severe mental illness in an outpatient facility and in the community.  May provide treatment to persons with substance use disorder as a secondary diagnosis.
  • Provides services to individuals in Cincinnati and Hamilton County.
  • Provides face to face services in the office and in the community along with telehealth services.
  • Establishes therapeutic relationships, assesses complex problems, selects problem-solving interventions, and helps clients to function effectively.
  • Develops an Individual Recovery Plan and coordinates access to the recommended medical treatment services, employment assistance, housing assistance, and other targeted services.
  • Coordinates, conducts or participates in assessments; provides crisis assistance services; delegates recovery plan tasks to appropriate service providers; and monitors overall service delivery.


Requirements for Case Manager:  

  • BSW (Bachelor of Social Work), Bachelor in Psychology, Criminal Justice, or a related Human Services field.
  • Experience in social services and behavioral health preferred but not required.
  • Position requires frequent driving of own personal vehicle.  A valid driver’s license, vehicle, and insurable driving record are required.


We have been named a Top Workplace in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky every year since 2010!

Please visit our website www.gcbhs.com  to learn more about GCBHS.

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Nov 30, -0001 School Based Therapist - Ohio/Cincinnati Public Schools Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Heallth Services Full Time Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services (GCBHS) is seeking a School Based Therapist to work in Cincinnati Public Schools!  Join our multidisciplinary treatment organization a Details
Damilola Onikoyi

Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Heallth Services

donikoyi@gcbhs.com

513-354-7088

787 Full Link


Full Time

Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services (GCBHS) is seeking a School Based Therapist to work in Cincinnati Public Schools!  Join our multidisciplinary treatment organization as a member of School Based Services team.  Through counseling, care management, and group services, GCB’s licensed therapists help students and families realize their potential and overcome challenges.  Schools see better academic performance, and the community at large benefits from having healthier children and families.

Full Time Position During School Year (Summers Off)

Position Responsibilities for School Based Therapist:

  • Provide mental health therapy services to children and families in a school based setting.
  • Connect with principals, teachers, students and parents to develop rapport and trust to grow caseload.
  • Document services for billing.

Position Requirements for School Based Therapist:

  • Master’s degree in social work or counseling required.
  • Licensed as Ohio LSW, LISW, LPC, or LPCC.
  • Prior experience working with children and families through work experience and/or internships.
  • Be flexible to negotiate the politics of the school.
  • Must be available to counsel families after school hours.


GCBHS incorporates principles of trauma informed care in all areas of our services.  Trauma informed care includes cultural sensitivity and emphasizes a safe and respectful environment for all clients and staff.   Experience and/or training in these principles and in trauma treatment is valued in applicants.

GCBHS has been named a Top Workplace in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky every year since 2010!

Please visit our website to learn more about GCBHS.  www.gcbhs.com

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May 24, 2021 School Based Therapist - Ohio/Cincinnati Public Schools Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Heallth Services Full Time Details
Damilola Onikoyi

Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Heallth Services

donikoyi@gcbhs.com

513-354-7088

786 Full Link


Full Time

Jun 7, 2021 Volunteer Coordinator Crayons to Computers Full Time Crayons to Computers is seeking a Volunteer Coordinator responsible for all aspects of Crayons’ volunteer program. The program includes providing a welcoming sense o Details
Adam Fischer

Crayons to Computers

afischer@crayons2computers.org

513 482-3290

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Full Time

Crayons to Computers is seeking a Volunteer Coordinator responsible for all aspects of Crayons’ volunteer program. The program includes providing a welcoming sense of community and appreciation for volunteersscheduling, and supervision of a robust crew of “family” regulars and episodic individuals and groups. This full-time role includes early evening and weekend hours and reports to the Director of Programs. 

Principle Duties and Responsibilities include:  

  • Recruit, orient, and train all volunteers as needed to fulfill organizational needs. 

  • Plan and collaborate with pertinent staff to oversee daily volunteer activities throughout the building. 

  • Celebrate and recognize volunteer efforts to continue excellent retention history. 

  • Maintain regular communication through various methods with “family” and other volunteers. 

  • Provide support to Teacher Resource Center and online distribution channels.  

 Requirements: 

A Bachelor’s Degree and three years’ work experience (preferably working in a volunteer setting) is required. The ideal candidate:  

 Possesses a passion for Crayons’ mission and holds a belief that education is key to breaking the cycle of poverty. 

  • Is skilled at customer service and building and maintaining positive relationships 

  • Possesses excellent oral and written communication skills  

  • Multi-tasks with ease and flexibility amidst changing priorities  

  • Is skilled at time management for productivity 

  • Maintains impeccable attention to detail 

  • Able to be calm and adaptable in all circumstances 

  • Is self-motivated and does not require close supervision  

  • Is a team-player and collaborator 

  • Is proficient with Microsoft Office 

  • Has reliable transportation to and from work  

  • Is physically able to participate in setup, clean up and moving of product (may require lifting 30 or more pounds) 

  • Successfully completes a background check and drug test 

 Salary and Benefits:  

  • Salary range: $36, 000 - $39,000 

  • Benefits include comprehensive insurance plan, retirement plan with employer match, generous paid time off, purpose-filled organization and team 

 How to Apply: Send an e-mail with “Volunteer Coordinator” in the subject line to afischer@crayons2computers.org by June 21. Include cover letter and resume.