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Date Posted Title Company Type Description  
Dec 29, 2021 Agency Development Officer Jewish Federation of Cincinnati Full Time WHO ARE WE?:   The Jewish Federation of Cincinnati (“JFC”) ,the backbone Jewish organization, is hiring an Agency Development Director. The JFC connects our community, solves big pr Details
Gretchen Cogan

Jewish Federation of Cincinnati

gcogan@jfedcin.org

5134791738

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Full Time

WHO ARE WE?:
 
The Jewish Federation of Cincinnati (“JFC”) ,the backbone Jewish organization, is hiring an Agency Development Director. The JFC connects our community, solves big problems, and stewards community resources. We welcome all cultural backgrounds and faiths including those of every socioeconomic status, race, gender, national background, sexual orientation, gender identity, and physical, mental, and developmental ability. Grounded in Jewish values, together with you, our volunteers, and partner organizations, we support the vulnerable, nurture connections with Israel and Jewish communities globally, and protect and energize Jewish life. We feed the hungry, comfort the sick, care for elderly, and educate our youth. We are your community’s organization problem-solvers and opportunity-makers, committed to ensuring the strength and quality of Jewish life for our children and our children’s children.
 
The Agency Development Director will serve Jewish Federation of Cincinnati and Jewish Family Service.  Jewish Family Service is a human services agency that assists people experiencing food insecurity, poverty, mental health challenges and complex challenges facing older adults.
 
POSITION SUMMARY:
 
The Agency Development Officer (“Officer”) fulltime position presents a unique opportunity to work within the Development Department at the Jewish Federation of Cincinnati (“JFC”) and also serve a dual role as a development professional for a partner agency. This individual will be responsible for creating strategic development plans and stewardship plans for donors related to Jewish Family Service (“JFS”).  The Officer will also develop and maintain relationships with key donors, engage and show appreciation for donors and show appreciation toward donors for JFC and JFS. This Officer will report to the Director of Agency Fundraising at JFC. 
 
This Officer position requires an individual with the ability to support more than one organization and their fundraising needs.  Workload includes annual and supplemental project assistance, coaching and donor connections.  As a member of the JFC team, this individual will help JFS collaborate and coordinate with JFC to foster greater donor connections and stewardship.  Developing and executing strategies for donor engagement, solicitation and stewardship for JFS is crucial to this position. 
 
MORE ABOUT THE ROLE:
 
Jewish Federation of Cincinnati (50%)
  • Manage a portfolio of donors who contribute $1,000-$9,999 to the annual community campaign and serve as their relationship manager to “upgrade” their annual giving to the Major Donor level of $10,000 or more
  • Manage relationships with community partners
  • Collaborate with the JFC team to optimize total resource development for 2030 priorities using a donor-centered approach that includes supplemental gifts, one-time designated gifts, planned giving and endowment gifts
  • Assist Director of Agency Fundraising with supplemental/special project gift processing and acknowledgment
  • Assist development team with grant writing
Jewish Family Service (50%)
  • Create, manage, and implement an annual fundraising plan
  • Manage the development budget in collaboration with finance
  • Secure financial support from individuals, foundations and corporations through face to face solicitations and direct mail
  • Direct donor identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship activities to meaningfully engage and motivate donors to meet development goals, including planned giving
  • Oversee staff responsible for data entry, gift processing, and reporting through the Bloomerang (donor CRM software)
  • Work directly with staff leadership, board members, and volunteers, including overseeing the Development Committee, in order to maximize impact and fundraising
CANDIDATES SHOULD HAVE THE FOLLOWING SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:
  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • Master’s degree and/or CFRE certification a plus
  • 5-7 years or more of experience in a development role or complementary community role
  • Professional confidence to navigate and be comfortable with multiple responsibilities for one or more partner agencies
  • Strong communication, organization and time management skills focused on planning, implementation and collaboration
  • Emphasis on experience working in donor relations, donor stewardship, event planning and sponsorship sales
KEY QUALITIES AND CHARACTERISTICS
  • A driven self-starter with ability to work without direction or prompting and attention to frequent deadlines
  • Excellent organization, problem-solving and decision making skills
  • Detail oriented with an ability to work on several projects simultaneously
  • Comfortable working with, managing and encouraging and presenting to trustees, volunteers, individuals and staff
  • Excellent written, verbal, telephone and presentation skills
  • Proven ability to raise significant funds from diverse constituencies
  • Unique position requires ability to successfully represent both JFC and JFS in donor asks and be able to coordinate with both agencies to avoid donor fatigue
  • Ability to work with donor management system databases
  • Willing to work occasional evenings and weekends.
  • Relationships within the Cincinnati Jewish community as a professional or lay leader a plus
BENEFITS WE OFFER:
  • Robust Medical, Dental, and Vision insurance with employee health and wellness plan
  • Talent Management & Professional Development programs and learning opportunities
  • Competitive 401(k) program with company match and additional contribution opportunities
  • Complimentary single membership to the Mayerson JCC Fitness Center + Discounts to the onsite Café and Spa
  • F.S.A, Employer Matched H.S.A, life insurance, Voluntary Short-Term/Long-Term Disability Insurance, 529 College Savings Plan, Legal Shield plan
  • Incredible Paid Time Off: 15 days vacation, 12 days of sick, and up to 10+ paid Jewish Holidays per year (in addition to federal holidays)
  • Fun, collaborative, business-casual work environment
 
This position description is intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel in the above position.
 
"The successful candidate must be completely vaccinated against COVID-19 (either complete single dose or complete two step dose) by date of hire. Proof of vaccination may be required upon hire”
 
 
 
 
 
 
Jan 19, 2022 Behavioral Health Therapist Holly Hill Child & Family Solutions Full Time Behavioral Health Therapist – Highland Heights, KY - $1500 sign on Bonus!*    Holly Hill Child & Family Solutions is a private non-profit community-based organization Details
Jac Holland

Holly Hill Child & Family Solutions

jholland@hollyhill-ky.org

8596350500106

946 Full Link



Full Time

Behavioral Health Therapist – Highland Heights, KY - $1500 sign on Bonus!*
 
 
Holly Hill Child & Family Solutions is a private non-profit community-based organization with the mission to strengthen the lives of children through its programs and services focused on the child. If your passionate about changing lives on a daily basis, you'll want to join our team!! We value our team members, their contributions and their passion for excellence. We are looking for team members who too are passionate about our mission & core values, and those who are committed to performing the organizations work at the highest standard.

We currently have part and/or full-time Behavioral Health Therapist opportunities for individuals who have the passion to make a difference with a not-for-profit organization in Northern Kentucky.

The ideal candidate will be a team player who takes initiative and has excellent communication skills.

Responsibilities:
(Not Inclusive)
This position is responsible for providing clinical therapy services for children, parents and/or groups with psychological or emotional problems.
  • Supports and directs the treatment team which includes the behavioral health professional (BHP), case manager, parents and/or guardians, the child (when appropriate) and other individuals identified by the parents/guardians in the development and ongoing implementation of each client’s individual service plan, goals and objectives.
  • Intensive Out-Patient Experience
  • Interviews, assesses and completes all intake documents for new clients and their families.
  • Develops a Treatment Plan for each client outlining strengths, barriers, treatment goals, objectives and a crises intervention plan.
  • Provides all necessary individual and family therapy as indicated by the goals and objectives outlined on the Service Plan and the Individual Treatment Plan for each client/family in keeping with Medicaid regulations.
  • Participates, supports and oversees all clinical aspects of service planning meetings as required and in keeping with Medicaid regulations.
  • Evaluates clients’ progress on treatment goals and objectives in conjunction with the treatment team, client and family.  Modifies and updates Treatment Plan as needed.
  • Provides referral and linkage to other community resources to ensure that treatment goals are met.  Acts as a liaison between Holly Hill and those community resources.
  • Maintains regular contact with each client and their family as dictated by the Service Plan and Medicaid regulations. 
  • Completes documentation including intake and assessment forms, individual and collateral therapy notes, treatment plans, within regulation guidelines and time frames.
  • Submits Contact Logs and coordinating clinical notes, time sheets and Individual Treatment Plans and assessments as required and in keeping with Medicaid to the Director of Clinical Services.
  • Provides clinical direction and support to therapeutic support workers, case managers and other staff in all decisions that affect the client’s treatment.
  • Assists in crisis intervention efforts to maintain the safety of the clients.
  • Coordinates discharge planning as an ongoing process of treatment.  Provides referrals to alternative aftercare prior to discharge of clients.
  • Keeps Director of Clinical Services apprised of all significant treatment issues within the program.
  • Maintains on-call responsibilities for crisis intervention and clinical direction as needed.
  • Attendance is crucial to position

Qualifications/Requirements:
(Not Inclusive)
  • Must be 21 years of age
  • Master’s degree and current Kentucky licensure in Social Work, Counseling, Marriage & Family Therapy, Psychology or related mental health field or license eligible as required and approved by Medicaid
  • Minimum 2-3 years’ experience working with children and/or families
  • Have a current valid driver’s license with a good driving record for at least the past 5 years
  • Must have reliable transportation
  • Must have current auto insurance (required coverage limits do apply).

Skills:
(Not Inclusive)
  • Strong communication and organizational skills. 
  • Intensive Out-Patient Experience.
  • Overall sound critical thinking and decision-making skills with the ability to carry out decisions and tasks. 
  • Requires excellent written and oral communication skills. 
  • Must be able to independently manage time and be flexible.
  • Provide treatment services while maintaining clear, professional boundaries.
  • Therapeutic and crisis intervention skills needed.
  • Knowledge of mental health diagnosis (DSM V) and ability to utilize effectively a range of therapeutic techniques. 
  • Must be able to function in a leadership capacity while working as part of a team. 
  • Ability to liaison with other professionals is essential.
  • Computer skills are required

We offer a culture of learning and many opportunities for professional development and growth. We offer a competitive salary and benefit package.
 
We are an equal opportunity employer. Employment selection and related decisions are made without regard to gender, race, age, disability, religion, national origin, color, gender identity, sexual orientation, veteran status or any other protected class.
 
DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
 
*$750 Paid at sign on, $750 paid after 90 days
Jan 13, 2022 Business Service Representative Brighton Center Full Time Business Services Representative Brighton Center, a not for profit agency, has a full-time Business Services Representative opportunity for an individual who would like to make a career in Details
Danielle Montgomery

Brighton Center

dmontgomery@brightoncenter.com

859-491-8303 ext:2426

936 Full Link


Full Time

Business Services Representative

Brighton Center, a not for profit agency, has a full-time Business Services Representative opportunity for an individual who would like to make a career in a not-for-profit organization.  We are looking for an individual who has a passion to work in an organization that helps its customers become self-sufficient.

Position Purpose: Assist employers at CVG airport by providing solutions to help meet their workforce demands and support the economic development of the NKY Region. Assist job seekers that come into CVG airport job and assist them with their job search, questions related to online job portal platforms, information relating to workshops, hiring events, and job fairs, as well as general questions about available positions at CVG. Manage CVG airport office and associated administrative tasks. 

Job Responsibilities: Job responsibilities will include but are not limited to;

  • Building relationships with employers, strengthening employer engagement, posting job orders, applicant screening, hiring events, job fairs, company tours, labor market information, outreach/engagement, training needs and Rapid Response services.
  •  Assist job seekers by partnering with case management staff, providing Workforce Investment and Opportunities Act (WIOA) Core services, primarily employment resources, resume services, cover letter development, job matching/referrals, employer leads and career readiness assessments.  Services provided will help individuals achieve self-sufficiency and meet the workforce needs of local employers. 

Job Qualifications:

  • A Bachelor's degree and/or combination of education /training and experience (professional or lived) is valued and will be highly considered
  • 2-3 years experience in Workforce Development and/or Non profit work
  • Customer service experience

Pay Rate: $15.86-$17.30 per Hour Non Exempt

Please apply to: www.brightoncenter.com/careers. 

No Phone Calls Please
We are an equal opportunity employer. Employment selection and related decisions are made without regard to gender, race, age, disability, religion, national origin, color, gender identity, sexual orientation, veteran status or any other protected class.
 
DRUGFREE WORKPLACE
Jan 12, 2022 Catino Women's Self Sufficiency Program Manager St. Vincent de Paul-Cincinnati Full Time   The Society of St. Vincent de Paul – Cincinnati District Council (SVDP) has been providing innovative and practical basic needs assistance and systemic change advocacy for Cincinnati res Details
Sunnie Johnson-Lain

St. Vincent de Paul-Cincinnati

slain@svdpcincinnati.org

513-345-4966

935 Full Link



Full Time

 

The Society of St. Vincent de Paul – Cincinnati District Council (SVDP) has been providing innovative and practical basic needs assistance and systemic change advocacy for Cincinnati residents in need for over 150 years. The organization works personally with those in need, regardless of race or creed, to bridge the gaps in their lives through home visits provided by neighborhood-based volunteer groups (Vincentians in Conferences); groundbreaking Outreach Center initiatives like the Charitable Pharmacy and Homelessness Prevention program; a network of 12 food pantries; and eight thrift stores across Cincinnati.

SVDP has an immediate opportunity for a women’s stability, employment, and empowerment manager to play an integral role in providing services and uplifting engagement to our neighbors.

 

Job Title: Catino Women’s Self-Sufficiency Program Manager

 

This position is designated salaried and exempt

 

REPORTS TO:  Senior Director of Services   

 

SCOPE OF POSITION: The Catino Women’s Self Sufficiency Manager is responsible for advancing St. Vincent de Paul’s mission through the development, administration, and facilitation of the Becky Catino Women’s Stability, Employment, and Empowerment Program.  This program, which will be rolled out in 2022, seeks to encourage women to achieve stability and self-sufficiency through coaching, mentoring, skill development and material support. The prompt and effective delivery of service engagement and responsible stewardship are the expectations of this team member’s work. Efficient extension of services to ensure programmatic and financial accountability and concrete outcomes is a key aspect of this role.  This leader must consistently model the mission and values of St. Vincent de Paul. This position is an integral member of the Services leadership team.

  

 

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. 1.      Program Administration:
    1. Development and administration of an individualized curriculum that may include referrals to non-SVDP services/agencies as needed, referrals to employers, soft skills/workplace expectations training, testing (aptitude/personality/interest) and financial literacy programming, including connection with banking services
    2. Mentoring and career counseling with program participants
    3. Management of program budget, including ensuring compliance with spending/budgetary guidelines
    4. 2.      Relationship Cultivation:
      1. Developing and maintaining relationships with employers, schools and training programs, and service organizations that will serve as sources for referrals of candidates, professional development, and employment
      2. Identifying appropriate candidates for the program; these candidates will be highly motivated women who face barriers to self-sustaining employment that this program will address
      3. 3.      Extension of Support Services:
        1. Administration of assistance for participants that may include childcare funding, payment for job-specific supplies, payment for education, educational supplies, and/or training programs for identified career path, and assistance with transportation barriers
        2. Coordination with and referral to basic assistance resources within and beyond SVDP as needed
        3. 4.      Other duties as assigned
    1. Collecting, recording, analyzing, and reporting on data needed to evaluate services provided
    2. Facilitation of participant group meetings

 

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

A minimum of a bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Education, or a related field, and three years of relevant experience are required. The ideal candidate for this position has a history of successful program implementation and development; strong organizational and interpersonal skills; an ability to communicate well orally and in writing; and the ability to effectively relate to people of different cultural and economic backgrounds. Familiarity with adult learning processes and assessment tools as well as solid computer skill proficiency including Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, Outlook and PowerPoint) are essential.  This position requires some schedule flexibility.  A current valid driver’s license and the ability to travel offsite are required.

 

WORK ENVIRONMENT:Office environment; adequately lighted, heated and ventilated

 

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Job duties can primarily be performed from a desk; however, there may be some walking; standing; bending; carrying light items up to 35 pounds; ability to drive or otherwise commute to/from and participate in off-site meetings & events is required     

 

Mission: A network of neighbors, inspired by Gospel values, growing in holiness and building a more just world through personal relationships with and services to people in need.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Qualified candidates are encouraged to forward cover letter, resume & compensation expectations to slain@svdpcincinnati.orgThank you.

 

Jan 14, 2022 Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Bethany House Services Full Time Chief Executive Officer (CEO)  Bethany House Services About Bethany House Services Bethany House Service, established in 1983, empowers homeless and at-risk families with the solutions to achi Details
Anne Maxfield

Anne Maxfield

ammaxfield1@gmail.com

859-261-9677

939 Full Link



Full Time

Chief Executive Officer (CEO) 

Bethany House Services

About Bethany House Services

Bethany House Service, established in 1983, empowers homeless and at-risk families with the solutions to achieve housing stability and long-term self-sufficiency. Staff who are experts in the homelessness field support the region’s most vulnerable families – those without a home. This is accomplished through a focus on holistic empowerment of both parents and their children. Goals are achieved through strategic collaboration and relationships with change makers in housing, education, healthcare and more.

Summary

The board of directors of Bethany House Services, a 501[c][3] nonprofit, is seeking an experienced nonprofit professional to grow the mission and capacity. The chief executive officer is accountable for setting the next strategic direction of the organization, which will advance engagement in the community. The person will ensure successful operation of Bethany House Services, Inc. in keeping with the stated purpose and mission of the agency per the Articles of Incorporation and the Code of Regulations. The chief executive officer will continue to innovate and take the agency to the next level in mission responsiveness through engagement of staff, board members, collaborators/partners, key stakeholders, effective PR/marketing/communications, and funder relations.  

Essential Job Responsibilities

Mission

  1. Serve as an advocate for improved public policy in support of homeless families.
  2. Collaborate with shelter and housing directors for implementation of all programs and services and ensuring that there are no operational deficits.
  3. Identify community gaps and work with community collaborators to fill the void.
  4. Advance affordable and supportive housing opportunities for families in Hamilton County.

Operations/Leadership

  1. Design a change management plan to transition Bethany House Services from a multi-site agency to a state-of-the-art facility that will centralize operations and service delivery.
  2. Lead direct reports through coaching, team-building, collaboration, clear direction, and effective management so that yearly outcomes are achieved in key metric areas.
  3. Collaborate with the chief operating officer and human resources director for the day-to-day operations of the new facility and talent management and acquisition.
  4. Serve as the liaison to the board of directors and staff related committees. Prepare for board meetings, serve as a strong partner with the chair and the executive committee, understand the role difference between governance and operations.
  5. Ensure the strategic plan is sharply focused while also being visionary and creative. Ensure everyone has clarity on their part to execute the plan and that the organization implements the tactics and achieves milestones. Maintain focus on the agency strategic plan while bringing vision, creativity and flexibility to stabilize and stretch the agency in keeping with the mission.
  6. Advocate for housing opportunities such as supportive housing, rapid re-housing, and affordable housing.
  7. Provide leadership and strategic direction to implement and advance agency commitments to gender and racial equity in the Queen City Certification process and the Continuum of Care Action Plan.
  8. Advance plans and communicate clearly with staff in order to provide leadership on the advancement of strategic direction in all areas of employee life at Bethany House.

Finance

  1. Collaborate with chief financial officer to ensure there is an annual operating budget, monthly income statements, annual audit, IRS 990, and that the agency operates within the confines of each years’ budget.
  2. Engage the CFO to identify trends and the right levers to continuously improve the organization.
  3. Ensure the necessary resources to cover operational expenses, grow the mission, and add to the reserve account.
  4. Ensure a diverse revenue stream.  
  5. While the chief financial officer manages the budgetary process, the chief executive officer “owns” the budget and is responsible for operating within the confines of annual operating budgets.
  6. Understanding of and ability to manage multiple government funding sources including reporting, auditing and outcomes.

Fundraising/Capital Campaign/Philanthropy

  1. Collaborate with the development director to ensure a revenue flow for operations, donor engagement, programs and continue the work on the capital campaign in terms of invoicing pledges, stewardship, cultivation, and more.
  2. Ensure disciplined system of philanthropy so the experience is consistent for donors, staff and board.
  3. Ensure an annual fundraising strategy that is aligned with an active strategic plan. Within this yearly strategy, include the capital campaign tasks, annual appeal, and other fundraising methods.

Community

  1. Serves as the “face” of Bethany House Services on community coalitions, committees, funders, and more.
  2. Expand mission awareness and increase community connections.

Qualifications/Skill-Sets

  1. Minimum of Bachelor’s degree in social work, administration or related field with Masters, preferred.
  2. Ten or more years in administration and program development in a social service agency, preferred.
  3. Fund development experience, personnel management, public speaking, marketing, grantsmanship and leadership development experience is required.
  4. Superior knowledge of business matters and personnel management with proficiency and expertise to direct and evaluate a diversified staff in all phases of the service programs and agency activities.
  5. Knowledge and ability to develop, coordinate and maintain accountability with a governing board, and numerous standing and ad hoc committees comprised of qualified staff and recruited community professionals.
  6. Highly polished and professional with a strong level of organizational skills and follow-through with staff, board, volunteers, stakeholders.
  7. Sensitivity to, and understanding of, causes and solutions to family homelessness.
  8. Problem-solving, negotiating, decision-making with an entrepreneurial spirit.

Timeline & Resume Submittal Process

Recruitment: January 17, 2022 – February 17, 2022.

Phase I (screening interview): January 17, 2022 – February 20, 2022.

Phase II (interview with the search committee): March 2 & 3, 2022.

Phase III (interview with the full board and key staff): March 12, 2022.

On-board new CEO May 1, 2022 or earlier.

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

Cover letter and resume submission instructions - all candidates’ interest and submission will be held in confidence.

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

Bethany House Services is an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran or disability status.

Jan 4, 2022 Client Services Coordinator Saint Francis Seraph Ministries Part Time Develop, maintain, and promote the wide range of local resources and services available for our clients’ needs. Establish and maintain a complete resource directory of the various agencies,or Details
Annise Anderson

Saint Francis Seraph Ministries

aanderson@sfsministries.org

513-549-0542

924 Full Link



Part Time

  • Develop, maintain, and promote the wide range of local resources and services available for our clients’ needs.
  • Establish and maintain a complete resource directory of the various agencies,organizations, and services which serve the poor in the Tri-state area.
  • Visit and tour various local agencies to learn more about the programs and services available for clients.
  • Network with other local professionals within various agencies and organizations and utilize this network to help clients access assistance.
  • Schedule and work breakfast Monday-Friday, 6:30 to 9:00 am, in the lobby. Greet, meet, and get connected to clients every day.
  • Breakfast shift lobby responsibilities include: Meet and greet every client using VESTA; provide meal tokens; schedule meetings with clients to review available services; monitor the lobby restroom; provide information/support to the security guard; assist other staff and volunteers, as needed, during breakfast service; and pass out bag lunches.
  • Meet with clients on Monday-Friday, 9:00 to Noon, to develop client service plans.
  • Assist with management/support tasks for other SFSM programs.
  • Use social media and other technologies when appropriate to meet client needs.
  • Survey clients and provide data for analysis, to improve the resources and services offered.
  • Attend staff meetings and trainings.  
Jan 24, 2022 Coordinator, Donor Benefit Services & Engagement ArtsWave Full Time ArtsWave’s Coordinator, Donor Benefit Services & Engagement will serve as a key member of the Marketing, Engagement and Communications team, helping to grow the relationship with ArtsWave do Details
Kate Kennedy

ArtsWave

kate.kennedy@artswave.org

+51 5136320114

949 Full Link



Full Time

ArtsWave’s Coordinator, Donor Benefit Services & Engagement will serve as a key member of the Marketing, Engagement and Communications team, helping to grow the relationship with ArtsWave donors.

This role will be the primary customer service and communications point person for donor benefits, with an eye to strengthening overall donor engagement. In addition, this role will be responsible for helping encourage donor engagement through a subset of social media responsibilities (under direction of the Marketing & Communications Manager) and other ad hoc communications. The Coordinator will organize and manage various donor and engagement events and be the key point person for setting up ad hoc performances that support the Development Communications teams.

The ideal candidate will be a skilled project coordinator who sees their organizational skills and detail orientation mindset, combined with their love for communications, as a powerful set of skills they can use to create the most comprehensive arts calendar possible. They will thrive at the challenge to use donor benefits and engagement events as an opportunity to grow the relationship with ArtsWave donors. They will be entrepreneurial the ArtsWave Pass program in growing the number of experiences on it and driving usage among donors.

This role reports to the Vice President, Marketing & Engagement with dotted line reporting to the Vice President, Community Campaign and strong collaboration with the Assistant Director of Marketing & Engagement and Marketing & Communications Manager.

Essential Functions and Responsibilities:

Campaign and Community Engagement

  • Grow, provide support and project management of the ArtsWave Pass program, including interface with ArtsWave Pass partners including all sustaining impact grantees, retailers, restaurants and other partners such as the Reds and FC Cincinnati to ensure all have experiences on the Pass. Responsible for fulfillment of ArtsWave Pass bulk sales and ArtsWave Pass donation requests.
  • Serves as lead person for ArtsWave Pass and all other donor benefit customer service providing excellent customer service in responding to all donor inquiries about their benefits, gift status, online account access, etc.
  • Responsible for growing the usage of ArtsWave Guide, the Cincinnati region’s arts calendar, by monitoring and interacting with the arts sector and updating ArtsWave Guide so that all grantees and the larger universe of arts organizations have event postings on the Guide, ensuring a best-in-class arts calendar for the region.
  • Responsible for updating and sending weekly Jobs email each Monday morning.
  • Coordinate and update all Campaign website materials so that Development team has what they need to effectively implement the Community Campaign.
  • Serve as point person for ArtsWave Artist at Your Meeting and entertainment speakers for workplace campaigns.
  • Work on process of matching arts speakers and performers to workplace campaign requests, seeking ways to innovate around this integral campaign communications function so that our speakers compel action among donors.
  • Provide project management and coordination for external/engagement events as well as donor events, especially any events that need performance components. Spearhead and collaborate with Development and Marketing leadership on implementing donor benefit and signature events (like CincyJams, Campaign Kickoff, Finale, Reds and FCC events, etc.).

 Technology and Data Analytics

  • Serve as a key social media team member and back-up for Manager, Marketing & Communications for social media implementation.
  • Work with the IT/Data team to develop and maximize efficiency in sign-up and delivery of ArtsWave Pass to members.
  • Help evolve the technology and further business strategies to grow ArtsWave’s signature donor-benefit program, ArtsWave Pass, as well as ArtsWave Guide.

 Other

  • Prepare and/or send ad hoc communications as a key member of the Marketing, Engagement and Communications team.
  • Other duties as assigned, including event management on weekends and evenings as scheduled, help in covering social media at events, and representing ArtsWave as needed at key meetings and community events and depending on the individual, the media.

Culture and Behavior for Success

  • Can-do, positive and over-the-top customer/donor-centric mindset is required.
  • Flexible attitude and willingness to go the extra mile to help leverage opportunities, especially to grow ArtsWave Pass and ArtsWave Guide. Promote a culture of high performance, teamwork and innovation so that marketing, engagement and communications department can have a strategic impact on the organization.

Required Competencies:

  • Strong interpersonal, customer service, and teamwork skills
  • Love of writing/excellent written and oral communications skills.
  • Detailed and accurate approach to all projects
  • Ability to multi-task, meet deadlines, work independently, and stay calm in a fast-paced environment
  • Problem solver and entrepreneurial spirit in getting work done
  • Ability to gain the respect and support of community partners
  • Maturity, sound judgment and professional appearance and demeanor
    • Commitment to the mission, vision and values of ArtsWave, along with all internal policies

Required Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in related field of study strongly recommended.
  • Two or more years of experience in marketing, administration, or other related roles.
  • Proficiency in all MS Office programs including Excel skills (for project management), PowerPoint and Word.
  • Experience working with online tools and databases.
  • Social media proficiency, with skills in Tik-Tok.
  • Knowledge of Cincinnati arts sector is helpful.
  • Must be willing to work occasional nights and weekends at ArtsWave events and represent ArtsWave at the performances and events of our arts/cultural partners.
  • Track record of successful project management involving multiple projects and multiple stakeholders.

 Compensation & Benefits 

  • Salary range:  $40,000 - $50,000, commensurate with experience
  • Health, dental, vision, and life insurance available
  • 401(K) retirement plan with employer match
  • Paid holiday schedule
  • PTO accrual based on years of service
  • Hybrid (Remote and In-person) work environment

To Apply:

Qualified candidates should submit a cover letter and resume in one document to hroffice@artswave.org Subject Line: Engagement Coordinator. Incomplete applications will not be considered. No calls, please.

About ArtsWave

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

Jan 11, 2022 Coordinator, Gift Processing & Stewardship ArtsWave Full Time The Coordinator, Gift Processing & Stewardship is responsible for a variety of tasks focused primarily on review of donor and pledge data, donor acknowledgements, and various donor data rel Details
Kate Kennedy

https://artswave.org/

kate.kennedy@artswave.org

+51 5136320114

932 Full Link



Full Time

The Coordinator, Gift Processing & Stewardship is responsible for a variety of tasks focused primarily on review of donor and pledge data, donor acknowledgements, and various donor data related projects and customer support. Success in this role will depend on attention to detail, great organizational and interpersonal skills, the ability and drive to meet deadlines, and a strong work ethic.   

Reports to: Senior Director, IT 

Essential Functions and Responsibilities  

  • Review donation and payment data and post it per policies and procedures  

  • Analyze and problem solve when necessary when entering pledge and payment data, including communicating directly with donors and/or ArtsWave team members to resolve issues and questions 

  • Enter donor pledge and payment data per policies and procedures as needed   

  • Maintain donor database by accurately entering new and updated donor and account information per policies and procedures 

  • Maintain donor confidence and protect operations by keeping information secure and confidential 

  • Coordinate acknowledgement letter process including stock and IRA letters 

  • Process, monitor and address questions related to stock gifts 

  • Assist with setup of custom online giving pages as needed 

  • Work as part of our phone support team and occasionally act as primary support 

  • Work as part of backup support for ArtsWave Pass Customer Service as needed 

  • Monitor and answer questions in the e-pledge help inbox 

  • Assist with database integrity clean-up projects 

  • Contribute to team effort by working on additional projects as needed 

  • Other duties as assigned, including occasional help on weekends or evenings at ArtsWave-sponsored events. 

Required Competencies 

  • Willingness to ask questions, make suggestions, and work with others to resolve problems 

  • Ability to follow procedures and business rules accurately 

  • Enthusiasm about new technologies and continuously improving our processes 

  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment where priorities frequently change, and multitasking is required 

  • A strong work ethic and a high degree of reliability 

  • Excellent communication skills and confidence when communicating with donors and staff 

 Required Qualifications 

  • Excellent analytical, troubleshooting, organizational, and multi-tasking skills 

  • Detail oriented with exceptional accuracy 

  • Strong command of Microsoft Office with a thorough knowledge of Word and Excel  

  • Able to work independently and take initiative while also working as a part of a team 

  • Ability to work within and adhere to deadlines  

  • Excellent interpersonal and customer service skills 

  • Strong data entry skills, attention to detail, high degree of confidentiality 

  • Capable of utilizing policies and procedures for accurate and independent decision making with minimal supervision 

  • Ability to accumulate knowledge about our donors and recall that information when making data entry decisions   

  • Willingness to take on additional responsibilities as needed 

 Compensation & Benefits 

  • Salary range:  $40,000 - $45,000, commensurate with experience 

  • Health, dental, vision, and life insurance available 

  • 401(K) retirement plan with employer match  

  • Paid holiday schedule 

  • PTO accrual based on years of service 

About ArtsWave  

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

To Apply 

Send resume and cover letter in one document to hroffice@artswave.org. Please use the words "Gift Processing" in the Subject line. Incomplete applications will not be accepted. No calls, please.  

Jan 3, 2022 Development Manager Keep Cincinnati Beautiful Full Time Duties and Responsibilities: Collaborate with the Executive Director and Board of Trustees to create and execute a Development Plan which increases brand awareness to support the strategic directio Details
Jonathan Adee

Keep Cincinnati Beautiful

jonathan@keepcincinnatibeautiful.org

5136145194

923 Full Link



Full Time

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Collaborate with the Executive Director and Board of Trustees to create and execute a Development Plan which increases brand awareness to support the strategic direction of KCB.
  • Organize and lead all agency fundraising events, working with KCB staff, Development Committee, vendors and community partners to ensure the success of the event.  Quarterback event logistics to ensure maximum revenue and participant satisfaction.
  • Secure financial support from individuals, foundations and corporations.
    • Coordinate and execute individual mailing/digital campaigns quarterly.
    •  Prepare and submit grant requests and report forms in collaboration with program staff.
  • Solicit corporations for sponsorship opportunities and in-kind donations.
  • Develop and execute a major gifts campaign for the organization.  Prospect and cultivate major donors.
  • Manage and input donor information, generate necessary reports for the Executive Director and the Board of Trustees.
  • Create and execute a strategy for donor cultivation and retention.
  • Oversee organization of special events with KCB Staff and Board of Trustees.
  • Develop and execute matching gifts program and corporate giving program.
  • Support and grow Board of Trustees fundraising capability and performance.
  • Design and execute a volunteer to donor conversion program in collaboration with Volunteer Programs.
  • Design and execute tiered donor recognition program.
  • ●            Establish strategic plan to communicate with donors including cadence, form and content.
  •  

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Experience working directly with a volunteer Board of Trustees.
  • Successful donor cultivation and solicitation experience and aptitude for planning and executing a fundraising campaign.
  • Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills.
  • Ability to balance competing priorities, complex situations and tight deadlines.
  • Appreciation and respect for the confidentiality of highly personal information.
  • Driven self-starter dedicated to making everything she/he touches  to be the best it can be.

Characteristics of a Strong Candidate:

  • Respectful – We take great pride in our team, therefore start with a foundation of trust and respect.
  • Problem Solver – We anticipate problems, seek new solutions, and always do our best.
  • Community Minded – We take great pride in our work and community.
  • Mindful – Practice warmth and genuine connection with others.
  • Relentless – We love life and work and know our purpose in it.
  • Team Player – We step up and ask, “How can I help?”
  • Clear Communications – We value open and honest communication as a means of creating efficiency, understanding and progress.
  • Reliable – We hold ourselves and others to high standards and are serious about our culture.
  • Inclusive – We celebrate diversity and welcome inclusivity to foster belonging.
  • Trustworthy – We say what we mean and do what we say.

Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s Degree or higher in a related field.
  • Three or more years of experience in development, including working knowledge and experience with individual, foundation and corporate giving.

Send resume, cover letter and salary requirements as a pdf to jonathan@keepcincinnatibeautiful.org

Keep Cincinnati Beautiful is a not for profit corporation whose mission is to educate and encourage individuals to take greater responsibility for their community environments.

Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or national origin.

Jan 5, 2022 Director, Marketing & Development OneSource Center for Nonprofit Excellence Part Time Make an impact while working a flexible part-time schedule! OneSource Center for Nonprofit Excellence helps nonprofits thrive!  Join the OneSource team, the only resource center for nonpro Details
Kathleen Grady

OneSource Center for Noneprofit Excellence

gradyk1952@gmail.com

513-702-2709

931 Full Link



Part Time

Make an impact while working a flexible part-time schedule!

OneSource Center for Nonprofit Excellence helps nonprofits thrive!

 Join the OneSource team, the only resource center for nonprofits in our region, providing services, products and connections that strengthen the capacity of nonprofit organizations and are vital to the Greater Cincinnati community!

 

OneSource Center is seeking a part time Director, Marketing and Development.  This person is responsible for philanthropic efforts and building brand awareness of OneSource in the nonprofit community.  This is a part-time position in a growing organization, with flexible hours, reporting to the CEO.

 

OneSource Center provides a wide variety of services, products and connections to help nonprofits be productive and accomplish more.  We offer expert consulting on a broad range of topics, monthly seminars and leadership development classes to build skills and knowledge.  Nonprofit staffs can shop in our warehouse of donated furniture or in the marketplace for retail store donations or get a referral to other free or low-cost resources.

This position will be responsible for managing and growing OneSource’s strong support base, grant solicitations, fundraising events and other activities supportive of the financial needs of the organization.  The Director will also market OneSource to the nonprofit community, building awareness of the resources available.  The part-time Director, Marketing & Development, reports to the CEO.

 

EXPERIENCE:

Five or more years of experience in various aspects of development for a nonprofit organization.

Demonstrated success in solicitation of grant funding

Experience in development of new donors

Excellent written and oral communication skills

Experience in marketing is a plus

Experience in social media intensification programs is a plus

 

Apply:hire2@onesourcectr.org

Jan 19, 2022 Education Coordinator Gorman Heritage Farm Full Time Gorman Heritage Farm Foundation  Job Title: Education Coordinator (Field Trips)  Reports to: Director of Education Category: Fulltime Classification: Non-Exempt - Hourly Pay Range: $12. Details
Krystal Gallagher

Gorman Heritage Farm

kgallagher@gormanfarm.org

5135636663

944 Full Link


Full Time

Gorman Heritage Farm Foundation 

Job Title: Education Coordinator (Field Trips) 

Reports to: Director of Education

Category: Fulltime

Classification: Non-Exempt - Hourly

Pay Range: $12.00 - $13.50 per hour (based on experience)


Purpose: Develops and implements innovative interpretive experiences for GHFF educational programs. Directly coordinates school year field trips, summer tours, and preschool-aged programs. Working with other GHFF staff, assists with other programs as needed, including leading guided tours, scouting programs, and off-site programming. Supports the mission, promotes membership, and acts as an advocate for GHFF. 

Essential Job Responsibilities:  

  • Manage day-to-day operations of the GHFF school field trip, summer tour, and preschool-aged programs to build and continue their development.  Daily responsibilities include:

    • designing and implementing interpretive experiences on the topic of farm-based education

    • scheduling schools, organizations, and families to attend programs

    • scheduling staff and volunteer educators to lead programs

    • creating invoices, accepting payment, and operating within budget. 

  • Assist with teaching and leading groups for other department programs, as needed, including but not limited to off-site programs, other guided tours, and scouts programming.

  • Working with the Director of Education, assist with evaluating education programs for impact and customer satisfaction to support grant applications and annual reports.

  • Handle and train others to handle farm animals in the safest way for people and animals. Assist with the daily care of our educational farm animals.

  • Work annual GHFF fundraising events.

  • Other duties as assigned.


Education/Skills:


  • A background education in science, environmental studies, education, child development or a related field is desired, or at least 3 years experience in a related position .

  • Demonstrated experience working with children in an educational or interpretive setting.

  • Proficient in developing and conducting environmentally related programs 

  • Strong written and oral communication skills. Proficient in public speaking. 

  • Collaborative leadership style. Ability to teach, motivate and work with all ages.

  • Experience with animals, in a garden, or on a farm is desired.


Physical demands:This position requires the following physical activities: walking, climbing, bending, lifting, standing, sitting, reaching, finger dexterity, repetitive motions, talking, hearing and visual acuity. The work is performed indoors and outdoors. 


Equipment operated:Personal computer with knowledge of G Suite, copier, and other office equipment found in the teaching environment. Utility vehicles (“gators”) for transporting materials around the farm.  


Other requirements:Positive attitude, team player, flexibility, comfortable on a farm and with animals, willingness to work in a small staff setting/non­profit environment, willingness and availability to work occasional evenings and weekends, and enthusiasm for learning. 

About GHFF: The Gorman Heritage Farm Foundation is a non-profit foundation that operates the 122-acre historical, educational, working farm known as Gorman Heritage Farm. In 2021, Gorman Heritage Farm served about 2,500 people through its field trips, summer tours, and preschool-aged programs, educating about agriculture, nutrition, sustainability and environment. Please visit our website (gormanfarm.org) to learn about our vision, values, and all of our educational programs.

To apply: Send cover letter and resume in PDF format to Director of Education, Krystal Gallagher, kgallagher@gormanfarm.org.  Application deadline is February 4, 2022, with a desired start date of March 7, 2022.  


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Jan 12, 2022 Environmental Education Manager Keep Cincinnati Beautiful Full Time KEEP CINCINNATI BEAUTIFUL ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION  MANAGER Description: Looking for an Environmental Education Content Manager to join a forward-thinking, growing Cincinnati non-profit that Details
Jonathan Adee

Keep Cincinnati Beautiful

jonathan@keepcincinnatibeautiful.org

5136145194

942 Full Link



Full Time

KEEP CINCINNATI BEAUTIFUL

ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION  MANAGER


Description:

Looking for an Environmental Education Content Manager to join a forward-thinking, growing Cincinnati non-profit that makes our region cleaner, safer, healthier and more connected.  Our mission is to empower all Cincinnatians to build community and create a positive future through neighborhood revitalization, education and mobilization.  This position will work closely with the Executive Director to ensure that all stakeholder groups are sufficiently educated to embrace the ideals of a clean, green and healthy Cincinnati!

Program Manager Responsibilities:


Management:

  • Supervise and lead an Environmental Educator.

  • Coordinate larger environmental education initiatives with primary school programming.


Outreach Program Development:

  • Create, maintain and evaluate a holistic and comprehensive KCB education outreach program.

  • Prepare and execute feedback loops for all educational cohorts.


Presentation/Virtual Development and Execution:

  • Add to Keep Cincinnati Beautiful’s existing virtual educational content.

  • Create virtual content for all KCB audiences, including adult populations.

  • Produce age and audience appropriate supplemental materials for all video content.

  • Digital media and content creation with an education focus.


Outreach Program Implementation:

  • Conduct in-person and virtual educational presentations across all stakeholder groups.

  • Engage students throughout the program, tailoring specifics to the needs of the student.


Classroom Presentations:

  • Assess and maintain each of the 12 programs ensuring they align with Ohio Learning Standards and align with each presentation's goals and targets for the grade levels provided.


Service Learning:

  • Responsible for the development, recruitment, and implementation of the Growing Green Habits Program including coordinating with the high schoolers and neighborhood elementary schools.


School Recycling Programs:

  • Support Green Teams through the Green Team Challenge and the Green Team Quarterly Awards. Recruit, register, and give in-person support and supplies.

  • Maintain the Green Team Challenge by identifying schools, distributing special school-specific signage, coordinating audits, and assisting Green Team leaders in troubleshooting.


Educational Events:

  • Coordinate Earth Day OTR and the GCEE Ultimate Educator Expo including planning, marketing, implementation, and recruiting & managing vendors.

  • Manage the Green Team for the Ohio River Paddlefest fundraiser including attending planning meetings, recruiting volunteers, coordinating recycling & composting disposal, and set-up, sorting, and tear-down during the event.


Zero Waste Event Assistance Program:

  • Offer assistance to local events pursuing zero waste.

  • Market program and educate the public on recycling and organic waste disposal.


Administrative

  • Create a yearly budget for the program and control expenses to stay within budget.

  • Process and maintain records for all invoices from program expenses to spreadsheet and book-keeper.

  • Manage budgets and expenses for individual grants.


Grants:

  • Assist the Development Manager in identifying grants, forming relationships, writing applications, and sending grant reports by deadlines.

  • Ensure the program’s budget and fundraising match.


Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Experience working directly with both youth and adult learners.

  • Experience with Adobe Premiere Pro is a must.  Youtube, Google Sites and Analytics preferred.  

  • Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills.

  • Ability to balance competing priorities, complex situations and tight deadlines.

  • Appreciation and respect for the confidentiality of highly personal information.

  • Driven self-starter dedicated to making everything she/he touches to be the best it can be.

Characteristics of a Strong Candidate:

  • Respectful – We take great pride in our team, therefore start with a foundation of trust and respect.

  • Problem Solver – We anticipate problems, seek new solutions, and always do our best.

  • Community Minded – We take great pride in our work and community.

  • Mindful – Practice warmth and genuine connection with others.

  • Relentless – We love life and work and know our purpose in it.

  • Team Player – We step up and ask, “How can I help?”

  • Clear Communications – We value open and honest communication as a means of creating efficiency, understanding and progress.

  • Reliable – We hold ourselves and others to high standards and are serious about our culture.

  • Inclusive – We celebrate diversity and welcome inclusivity to foster belonging.

  • Trustworthy – We say what we mean and do what we say.

Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s Degree or higher in a related field.  Science communication or journalism skills desirable.

  • Two or more years of experience working with creating content, preferably within the environmental field.

Send resume, cover letter and salary requirements as a pdf to jonathan@keepcincinnatibeautiful.org

Keep Cincinnati Beautiful is a not for profit corporation whose mission is to educate and encourage individuals to take greater responsibility for their community environments.

Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or national origin.

Jan 14, 2022 Executive Director Leadership Council for Nonprofits Full Time LEADERSHIP COUNCIL for NONPROFITSEXECUTIVE DIRECTORCincinnati, OH Leadership Council for Nonprofits maximizes the impact of nonprofit organizations, develops their leaders and strengthens the communi Details
Lesli Brower

Leadership Council for Nonprofits

lbrower@rmhouse.org


941 Full Link



Full Time

LEADERSHIP COUNCIL for NONPROFITS
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Cincinnati, OH


Leadership Council for Nonprofits maximizes the impact of nonprofit organizations, develops their leaders and strengthens the community. Leadership Council plays an integral role in supporting local nonprofit agencies to build capacity, connect, collaborate with and learn from each other in order to meet the needs of the community. Leadership Council has experienced significant growth in recent years to include nonprofits from all sectors - arts, education, health, community development, human services, environment and more.

Under the longtime leadership of our Executive Director Jenny Neyer Berg, we have grown from a small human services association of 85 agency members, providing a few services to help reduce members’ overhead, to a strong, large nonprofit network with over 260 members. Programs have expanded to include important nonprofit capacity development efforts such as board development and placement (BOLD), Leaders Circles, the Securing the Future conference, mentoring for ED/CEOs and the Leadership Challenge. We also offer important member benefits such as compensation and benefits surveys, a job board and no-cost retirement programs.

The success of Jenny’s focus on growth and improvement can be seen in two ways: the growth of Leadership Council for Nonprofits and the personal growth of its member organizations and their leaders. Jenny will be stepping down from her role in May 2022 after ten years at the helm of the organization.

Leadership Council for Nonprofits now seeks a new leader who can build on the organization’s transformative momentum to reach new heights. The next Executive Director will be:

  • Responsible for overseeing and carrying out the Leadership Council for Nonprofits mission and strategic plan, advancing a vision for the future, and ensuring that the strategic plan is in focus and understood by stakeholders
  • Intricately involved in all functional areas of the organization, including but not limited to fundraising, communications, program oversight, board governance, financial management and viability, organizational operations and human resources.

What’s in it for you?

  • Make an impact on the lives of nonprofit leaders and the sector while driving systemic change
  • Lead an engaged and talented staff and collaborate with a passionate and energized Board
  • Take a well-regarded, financially stable organization to its next level of growth and impact
  • Base salary of $84K -$96K depending on experience
  • Flexible schedule in a hybrid work environment (home or office), healthy culture and variety
  • Health insurance, generous Paid Time Off, 9 paid holidays, 403b retirement plan match

To Apply: Due to the pace of this search, candidates are strongly encouraged to apply as soon as possible. Candidates may submit their cover letter, outlining their interest and qualifications, along with their resume to Lesli Brower at lbrower@rmhouse.org.

KEY ROLES:
Strategy & Vision

  • In collaboration with the Board, shape the vision and strategic plan to achieve LC’s mission of maximizing the impact of nonprofits, developing leaders, and strengthening the community

Leadership & Management

  • Hire, coach and retain competent, qualified staff aligned with LC’s values and passion
  • Recruit, cultivate, maintain and support a Board of Directors. Serve as ex-officio of all committees. Seek and build Board involvement with strategic direction.

Community relations, membership growth and marketing

  • Seek and develop stakeholder relationships (for-profit/nonprofit) for funding & community engagement
  • Represent LC in public speaking engagements, interviews, articles etc.
  • Develop & implement strategies to recruit, grow, retain, communicate and satisfy member agencies
  • Establish and implement marketing efforts to deepen and refine all aspects of communications - from web presence to external relations with the goal of continuing to strengthen the brand
  • Identify, cultivate and expand diversified funding streams (grants, sponsors, donors, programmatic revenue, affinity programs, other) to ensure financial health and future expansion of the organization

Programs & Operations

  • Oversee all programs, services and activities, ensures quality, improvement, and accountability for funding
  • Ensure signature programs, mentoring, summits, capacity-building, surveys, and member benefits are relevant, supported and evaluated

Finance & Administration Oversight

  • Oversee finances and policies and procedures to ensure fiscal integrity and financial health
  • Monitor budget, cash flows and investments and implement course correction as needed
  • Manage human resources needs and benefit administration
  • Ensure LC conforms to all applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations
  • Identify and manage organizational risks

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Strong mission alignment
  • Dynamic, collaborative, respected and creative leader with a history of leading and growing an organization
  • 10 years’ relevant work or nonprofit volunteer/board experience
  • Track record in marketing and fundraising (grant writing, donor solicitations and special events)
  • Strong presence and able to communicate effectively
  • Proficient in use of MS Office Suite, CRM software and social media
  • Demonstrated commitment to making diversity and inclusion a top priority
  • Demonstrated excellent oral & written communication skills (public speaking & presentations)

Competencies:

Behaviors

Leadership effectiveness -

  • Initiative
  • Goal orientation
  • Influence

Self-starter, Self-reliant, Problem solver, Persuasive
Models the way; Inspires a shared vision
Challenges the process
Ability to multi-task and meet deadlines

Expressive relationships -

  • Presentation style
  • Instructiveness
  • Communication

Enables others to act
Encourages the heart
Involves people in setting goals
Provides clear direction, useful information

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

Jan 20, 2022 Executive Director Flywheel Social Enterprise Full Time Flywheel is on a mission to equip richly diverse, impact-focused entrepreneurs with knowledge, strategies, skills, and connections to develop and expand their impact-focused businesses.We’re loo Details
Bill Tucker

Flywheel

hiring@flywheelcincinnati.org

513-202-3209

947 Full Link



Full Time

Flywheel is on a mission to equip richly diverse, impact-focused entrepreneurs with knowledge, strategies, skills, and connections to develop and expand their impact-focused businesses.

We’re looking for a highly skilled Executive Director to help us fulfill this important undertaking.

Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director will oversee the strategic and operational efficiency of our programs and staff. This seasoned leader not only understands current trends in the startup space and entrepreneurship, but has proven experience developing a fundraising plan and implementing it. Prior experience managing and hiring staff is essential, and established relationships with local community groups is a plus.

Above all, they will be comfortable in a leadership role that demands clear communication and decisiveness.

If you or someone you know would be a great fit for the role, click the link below to learn more/apply!

 

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Jan 21, 2022 Executive Director Hope's Closet Full Time Hope’s Closet Executive Director  The Executive Director is responsible for day-to-day management of the organization and reports to the elected Board of Directors. They understand that Details
Erika Kalnai

Hope's Closet

erika@hopesclosetohio.org

5135948805

948 Full Link



Full Time

Hope’s Closet

Executive Director 

The Executive Director is responsible for day-to-day management of the organization and reports to the elected Board of Directors. They understand that the position is a very important, highly visible position. They lead the organization in partnership with the board and the staff, striving to achieve the overall strategic and operational goals identified in our mission.  The Executive Director must be thoroughly committed to the organization’s nonprofit mission and its foundation as a faith-based organization.

Key Qualifications

  • Excellence in organizational management and detail oriented.
  • Highly articulate, confident communicator, who inspires engagement.
  • Forward-looking, strategic thinker with a high level of business acumen.

Responsibilities

  • Lead the organization through effective program development and maintenance, community outreach, and staff management.
  • Engage with all stakeholders in strategic planning development and execution.
  • Maintain a working knowledge of significant developments in the trends in area nonprofits.
  • Maintain official records and documentation to ensure compliance with state requirements for contractual agreements.
  • Establish and maintain trusting working relationships with community partners.
  • Develop and maintain sound financial practices in accordance with laws, regulations, agency partnership agreements, and Board-approved policies.

Leadership and Management

  • Ensure ongoing program excellence, rigorous program evaluation, and consistent quality of finance and administration, fundraising, communications, and systems; recommend timelines and resources needed to achieve the strategic goals.
  • Actively engage and energize volunteers, event committees, partnering organizations, and funders.
  • Support, engage, and effectively communicate with the Board of Directors.
  • Hire, lead, coach, develop, and retain talented staff members.
  • Maintain a professional, positive workplace culture.
  • Accurately track progression in and regularly evaluate program components. Additionally, communicate such progress to the board, volunteers, funders, and other constituents regularly.

Fundraising and Communication

  • Develop and maintain revenue-generating and fundraising activities to support existing program operations and grow new programs.
  • Ensure all aspects of communications, from web presence to external relations, are professional and effectively promote the mission of Hope’s Closet.
  • Use external presence and relationships to garner new opportunities when and where possible.
  • Develop, expand, and maintain partnerships in current and new markets, as well as relationships with funders, donors, and political and community leaders.
  • Ensure Hope’s Closet continues to be an external local and regional presence that publishes and communicates program results with an emphasis on the successes of the local program as a model for regional and national replication.

 

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree with a track record of effectively leading and scaling a performance- and outcomes-based organization and staff; ability to point to specific examples of having developed and operationalized strategies that have taken an organization to the next stage of growth.
  • A minimum of seven years’ relevant and/or equivalent experience.
  • Ethical leadership with idealism, integrity, a positive attitude, and confidentiality.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills; a persuasive and passionate communicator.
  • Excellence in organizational management with the ability to hire and coach staff, manage, and develop high-performance teams, set and achieve strategic objectives, and manage a budget.
  • Stellar organizational skills with a strong orientation towards project completion and follow-through, and robust time management and prioritization skills.
  • Humble, servant-leader with exceptional interpersonal skills, emotional intelligence, and proven success with inspiring and managing close-knit work teams and volunteers.
  • Action-oriented, adaptable, and has an innovative approach to business planning.
  • Unwavering commitment to quality programs and data-driven program evaluation.
  • Marketing, public relations, and fundraising experience with the ability to engage a wide range of stakeholders and diverse cultures.
  • Ability to work effectively in collaboration with diverse groups of people; particularly those from underserved communities.
  • Previous success working with a Board of Directors with the ability to cultivate existing board member relationships, including transparent, open information-sharing.
  • Personal or professional experience with the foster care system preferred.

 

Dec 29, 2021 Financial Wellness Tax Expert Brighton Center Full Time Financial Wellness Tax Expert-Temporary Brighton Center, a not for profit agency, has a part time, temporary Financial Wellness Tax Expert opportunity for an individual who would like to ma Details
Danielle Montgomery

Brighton Center

dmontgomery@brightoncenter.com

859-491-8303 ext:2426

920 Full Link


Full Time

Financial Wellness Tax Expert-Temporary

Brighton Center, a not for profit agency, has a part time, temporary Financial Wellness Tax Expert opportunity for an individual who would like to make a career in a not-for-profit organization.  We are looking for an individual who has a passion to work in an organization that helps its customers become self-sufficient.

The purpose of this position is to assists families with tools and resources so they can build knowledge and make better financial decisions leading to asset building strategies.  Co-manage the operation of Free Tax Preparation services. The Financial Wellness Tax Expert will provide guidance and assistance to site greeters, screeners  and preparers. This will include supporting them with completing their tax returns and empowering them to build skills which leads to them completing their retuns themselves.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Recruit volunteers for the Tax Preparation sites
  • Provide quality control to all tax refunds being processed and submitted
  • Create marketing materials for outreach
  • Manage operations of site, this includes ensuring adequate volunteer coverage(greeters, screeners, and preparers) and resources (supplies, computers, forms, and software)
  • Adhere to sites procedures and policies including IRS Quality Site requirements(QRS)
  • Maintain confidentiality of customer information and consumer privacy at this site is maintained
  • High quality of customer service

Job Qualifications:

  • Excellent organization skills
  • Experience with Tax preparation(preferred)
  • Completion of the following IRS VITA certifications: 
    • Volunteer Standards of Conduct(VSC), Intake/Interview and Quality review, and Site Coordinator
    • Completing Basic and/or Advanced tax law training is helpful but not required
  • Effective communication
    • Problem Solver
    • Friendly
    • Dependable
    • Flexible/able to adjust to new situations and circumstances quickly
    • Managerial experience is helpful for this position.

Pay Rate: $14-$15 per hour Non Exempt

Jan 5, 2022 Formation and Service Learning Director St. Vincent de Paul-Cincinnati Full Time Job Title: Formation and Service Learning Director    This position is designated salaried and exempt  REPORTS TO:  Senior Director of Services    SCOPE OF POSITI Details
Sunnie Johnson-Lain

St. Vincent de Paul-Cincinnati

slain@svdpcincinnati.org

513-345-4966

928 Full Link



Full Time

Job Title: Formation and Service Learning Director  

 This position is designated salaried and exempt

 REPORTS TO:  Senior Director of Services   

SCOPE OF POSITION: The Formation and Service Learning Director is responsible for advancing St. Vincent de Paul’s mission through the development and facilitation of formation and training content and events for Vincentians, staff, retreatants, and volunteers as well as offering strategic oversight of the Service Learning program, made up of the Ozanam Center for Service Learning and the Vincentian Volunteers of Cincinnati programs.  The Formation and Service Learning Director values and models Vincentian spirituality, friendship and service and acts as a spiritual animator for the District Council.  

 JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. 1.      Conferences Formation:
    1. Work closely with the Senior Director of Services and the Director of Conferences to define the annual formation and training offerings for the Cincinnati District Council, supporting the needs of Vincentians as identified by Conference assessments, the Upward Together Strategic Plan, and the foundational documents of the Society
    2. Plan, promote and deliver formation and training events, including the Ozanam Orientation, retreats, spiritual celebrations, and liturgies for the Cincinnati District Council
    3. Assist the Conferences Manager in the planning and execution of other Cincinnati District Council events (e.g., Fellowship Mass & Reception, District Meetings)
    4. Evaluate each formation and training event, working toward continual improvement in the events themselves and in the schedule overall
    5. Lead the Cincinnati District Council Formation Committee, including identifying new Committee members and managing quarterly Committee meetings
    6. Identify potential new presenters and formators and participate in their formation and training
    7. Support and advocate for growth in Vincentian spirituality throughout the District to include creating spiritual content for Council communications 
    8. Provide any necessary formation and training to support Conference Spiritual Advisors 
    9. Maintain Cincinnati District Council formation and training records and report results as requested
    10. Maintain and make available a library of support materials to enrich Vincentian experience
    11. Attend Conference meetings as needed in order to reinforce Vincentian spirituality and values
    12. Prepare prayers, reflections and retreats for Society Board meetings as requested
    13. Collaborate and support the formation and training needs of the Hamilton and St. Martin Districts as time permits

 Service Learning:

  1. Supervise Service Learning staff; including coordinating and developing a cohesive team, planning for and coordinating hiring processes, conducting evaluations and developing plans to develop employees’ skills
  2. Develop and oversee strategic planning for Service Learning Department programs
  3. Serve as an active participant on the Service Learning Advisory Committee
  4. In collaboration with the Service Learning Program Manager, prepare and manage budget for programs within the Service Learning Department
  5. Assist in developing and facilitating retreats and workshops as needed, ensuring that retreat programing meets the needs of the community, including involving and supporting Conference Vincentians
  6. Develop and oversee strategic planning and outcomes measures for the VVC program
  7. Collaborate with the Service Learning Program Manager to oversee marketing, promotion and recruitment for the VVC program
  8. Ensure the VVC program is in compliance with AmeriCorps and Catholic Volunteer Network rules and regulations
  9. Other duties as assigned

 QUALIFICATIONS:

A minimum of a bachelor’s degree and three years of relevant experience are required. A degree in Pastoral Ministry, Theology, Religious Education or related field of study is preferred.  Vincentian experience is preferred, as is experience leading faith formation and/or retreats for youth and young adults. While SVDP Cincinnati values a diverse workforce, this position’s uniquely Catholic nature requires that the ideal candidate be an observant Roman Catholic with a commitment to the beliefs and culture of the Catholic faith. The ideal candidate for this position has a history of successful program implementation and development ; strong organizational and interpersonal skills; experience with leading and supervising staff; an ability to communicate well orally and in writing; and the ability to effectively relate to people of different cultural and economic backgrounds. Familiarity with adult learning processes, as well as solid computer skill proficiency including Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, Outlook and PowerPoint) are essential.  This position requires schedule flexibility to support weekend and evening activities. A current valid driver’s license and the ability to travel offsite are required; applicants must be Safe Environment certified or achieve this certification prior to start date.

 WORK ENVIRONMENT:Office environment; adequately lighted, heated and ventilated

 PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Job duties can primarily be performed from a desk; however, there may be some walking; standing; bending; carrying light items up to 35 pounds; ability to drive or otherwise commute to/from and participate in off-site meetings & events is required.    

Jan 5, 2022 Gift Processing Coordinator St. Vincent de Paul Full Time Job Title: Gift Processing Coordinator                                            Details
Denise Jewell

St Vincent De Paul Society

djewell@svdpcincinnati.org

15135628856

927 Full Link


Full Time

Job Title: Gift Processing Coordinator                                                                                                     

Reports to: Senior Development Manager

Hours: 40 hours/week (Non-exempt)

Location: SVDP’sLiz Carter Center

 

Background: St. Vincent de Paul – Cincinnati (SVDP) has served residents of greater Cincinnati for over 150 years with basic needs such as food, medicine, and homelessness prevention through the agency’s outreach centers in the West End and Winton Hills and through 56 parish-based volunteer Conferences. SVDP provides holistic direct assistance and systemic change services while treating neighbors in need with dignity and compassion.

Scope of Position: The Gift Processing Coordinator is responsible all tasks related to the organization’s donor database including gift processing, donation acknowledgments, mailing lists, online donation and registration forms, reporting, and more. This position will work closely with SVDP’s Development and Finance Departments.

 Job Responsibilities

  1. Accurately process all donations made to SVDP and reconcile donor database records with accounting records from Finance Department
  2. Manage all components of donor acknowledgement process including thank you letters, tax exemption wording, memorial acknowledgements, and personal messages and signatures for select donors.
  3. Oversee donor database tasks including but not limited to creating and updating donor records, removing duplicate records, establishing new gift codes, creating new fields, integrating data from other sources, assigning staff/volunteer usernames and securities, and training new users.
  4. Manage online donation and registration forms and ensure compatibility between donor database and organizational website.
  5. Assist with donor mailings by pulling mail lists from database and coordinating in-house processes.
  6. Assist in executing drives and special events, especially by managing online and in-person registration for all events and training all registration volunteers.
  7. Produce and ensure accuracy of regular development reports through the database.
  8. Record notes at relevant Committee meetings and transcribe notes into minutes.
  9. Manage email lists and distribution capabilities of SVDP’s email marketing software and its integration with donor database.
  10. Lead prospect research for individual donors, corporations, and foundations and ensure all research is integrated into donor database.
  11. Supervise development-focused, high school and college student interns
  12. Provide support and perform other duties as needed for the External Relations Department.

  Qualifications: 

  • Highly developed attention to detail
  • Excellent organizational, clerical, and time management skills
  • Strong ability to think creatively and strategically while problem solving
  • Adaptability to a fast-paced and fast-changing work environment
  • Ability to communicate clearly with different constituencies including donors, volunteers, and colleagues
  • Experience doing data entry or working with/running reports from databases (especially DonorPerfect), CRMs, or other similar systems
  • Ability to perform simple accounting procedures
  • Positive and collaborative attitude
  • Understanding of and commitment to the mission of St. Vincent de Paul
  • Availability to work some event-related evenings and weekends
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office including Word and Excel
  • High school or equivalent diploma

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

Applicants should send resume and cover letter to djewell@svdpcincinnati.org


Jan 19, 2022 Grants and Events Manager Gorman Heritage Farm Full Time Gorman Heritage Farm Foundation Job Title: Grants & Events Manager Category: Full time, Exempt Salary:$45,000 - $50,000 commensurate with experience Reports to:Executive Director  To a Details
Nicole Gunderman

Gorman Heritage Farm

ngunderman@gormanfarm.org

5135636663

943 Full Link


Full Time

Gorman Heritage Farm Foundation


Job Title: Grants & Events Manager

Category: Full time, Exempt

Salary:$45,000 - $50,000 commensurate with experience

Reports to:Executive Director 

To apply:Send resume and cover letter to Nicole Gunderman, Executive Director, 

ngunderman@gormanfarm.org


As the Grants and Events Manager, you will be raising funds critical to the support of the mission of Gorman Heritage Farm: to educate about agriculture, nutrition, sustainability and the environment. Our team is passionately dedicated to providing engaging programs, growing nutritious, sustainable food, and stewarding our beautiful, historic, agricultural site. Your role not only ensures our successful operations, but it helps create the margin for excellence, allowing the organization to surpass expectations and achieve its goal to be a leader of farm-based education in our region.


Benefits:

  • Salary range $45,000 - $50,000

  • Accrual of 80 hours paid vacation per year, 40 hours sick time, 16 hours personal time

  • Thirteen paid holidays annually, plus the week between Christmas and New Years with minimal work requirements (check email and phone messages remotely)

  • 60% of Medical Insurance premium paid by organization for staff (60% for spouse/family if not eligible elsewhere)

  • Paid parental leave (after one year of employment)

  • Life Insurance, Short/Long-Term Disability Insurance provided

  • Opportunity for flexibility to work from home during some seasons

  • A dynamic, creative, team-oriented work environment

  • An important nonprofit mission that “Builds Healthy Futures”

  • You get to work on a Farm!


Job Responsibilities

  • Management of GHFF Grant program including grant research, grant writing, working with staff to identify program alignment, developing metrics and evaluation measurement tools, implementation oversight, and grant reporting

  • Event planning and execution. Leading a team of staff and volunteers in the successful completion of GHFF’s two annual fundraising events: the Row by Row Farm-to-Table Dinner and the weekend-long Sunflower Festival

  • Provide support to and communicate with the Development Committee of the GHFF Board of Directors

  • Contribute to the creation and execution of the organization’s annual development plan in partnership with the Executive Director and Development Committee

  • Maintain a focus on ongoing communication, cultivation and stewardship of donors, corporate partners, and event sponsors as part of the Development Team

  • Contribute to the development of annual fundraising campaigns

  • Stay abreast of trends and new developments in the field

  • Work with an manage volunteers and interns in development efforts

  • Staff community outreach events as needed

  • Other duties as assigned


To be successful in this role, the ideal candidate will bring:

  • Bachelor's Degree or equivalent experience 

  • 2-3 grant-writing and nonprofit fundraising experience, or equivalent

  • Outstanding verbal and written communication skills

  • Strong social, organizational, and analytical skills

  • Ability to prioritize tasks, manage time, and meet deadlines

  • Experience with fundraising software and basic data analysis

  • Knowledge of the funding landscape in Greater Cincinnati

  • Professional attitude, sense of humor, and the ability to interact well with a wide variety of people

  • A passion for the mission of Gorman Heritage Farm and ability to serve as an ambassador of the organization


Gorman Heritage Farm is an equal opportunity employer and values diversity. In our commitment to making sure our applicant pool is diverse we reserve the right to extend the application period or seek additional candidates if it is not.


Jan 4, 2022 Jewelry Instructor Saint Francis Seraph Ministries Part Time The Sarah Center Jewelry Instructor will plan, maintain and evaluate the necessary components of the Jewelry programs for ST. Francis Seraph Ministries. The Jewelry Instructor will support the mission Details
Annise Anderson

Saint Francis Seraph Ministries

aanderson@sfsministries.org

513-549-0542

926 Full Link



Part Time

The Sarah Center Jewelry Instructor will plan, maintain and evaluate the necessary components of the Jewelry programs for ST. Francis Seraph Ministries. The Jewelry Instructor will support the mission, vision and the values of the organization and will work in concert with the other SFSM staff members to effectively advocate for the clients SFSM serves.

JOB RESPONSIBILITES:

  • Develop and implement objectives, plan and goals of the Jewelry program at Sarah Center
  • Direct, manage and document all of the necessary supplies and equipment associated with the Sarah Center jewelry program.
  • Manage and maintain the physical space associated with the Jewelry space.
  • Assure compliance with standard s for safety, best practices and overall aesthetics for the Sarah Center staff, members and volunteers
  • Supervise other Sarah Center staff, members and volunteers assigned to Sarah Center staff, members and volunteers
  • Complete all necessary paperwork in a timely manner including turning in receipts, completing timesheets and logging volunteer hours when necessary
  •  Must be able to work flexible hours when Sarah Center programs are underway in order to properly supervise staff, members or volunteers.
  • Must be able to work some flexible hours when needed in other SFSM areas and/or programs
  • Must have reliable transportation and a valid driver’s license
  • Must be able to travel to meetings and/or trainings upon request
Dec 29, 2021 Lead & Assistant Teachers Brighton Center Full Time  Assistants and Lead Teachers:  Early Childhood Education   Great Opportunity if you enjoy making a difference in the lives of children! Brighton Center, Inc. is a private non-profit Details
Danielle Montgomery

Brighton Center

dmontgomery@brightoncenter.com

859-491-8303 ext:2426

919 Full Link


Full Time

 Assistants and Lead Teachers:  Early Childhood Education
 
Great Opportunity if you enjoy making a difference in the lives of children! Brighton Center, Inc. is a private non-profit community based organization with the mission to create opportunities for individuals and families to reach self-sufficiency through family support services, education, employment and leadership. We are currently seeking qualified applicants for Full-time Assistant and Lead Teachers at our high-quality Early Childhood Educational programs Bright Days and Early Scholars in Newport, Kentucky. Successful candidates will ensure center compliance with federal and state laws and regulations, supervise children during all activities and individualize classroom instruction to prepare participating children to be successful in school.
 
Candidates must be passionate about teaching and caring for young children, flexible and energetic.
 
Responsibilities (Not Inclusive):
  • Assist and supervise children during all activities.
  • Develop and maintain positive communication with parents.
  • Assist and participate in developing classroom activities.
  • Implement appropriate behavior management techniques.
 
Qualifications(Not Inclusive):
 
Assistant Teachers:
  • High School Diploma or equivalent, Early childhood teaching experience preferred.
  • Ability to carry 20-35 lbs.
Lead Teachers: 
  • Child Development Associate (CDA) or a degree in Early Childhood Education and/or combination of education/training and experience (professional and/or lived) is valued and will be highly considered
  • Minimum of one year of experience in early childhood development.
  • Ability to carry 20-35 lbs.
 
Pay Rate
 
$10-$10.50 (Assistant Teachers) and $12.50-$13.00 Lead Teachers (based on position and education).
 
Please apply to: www.brightoncenter.com/careers
 
To the qualified candidate we offer:
  • Medical and Dental Insurance
  • FSA Medical & FSA Childcare
  • Employer paid Life and Long Term Disability Insurance
  • 403(b) with up to 6% match
  • Paid holidays, vacation and sick time.
  • Discount Childcare
 
We are an equal opportunity employer. Employment selection and related decisions are made without regard to gender, race, age, disability, religion, national origin, color, gender identity, sexual orientation, veteran status or any other protected class.
 
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Jan 5, 2022 Manager of Communication OneSource Center for Nonprofit Excellence Part Time Make an impact while working a flexible part-time schedule! OneSource Center for Nonprofit Excellence helps nonprofits thrive!  Join the OneSource team, the only resource center for nonpro Details
Kathleen Grady

OneSource Center for Nonprofit Excellence

gradyk1952@gmail.com

513-702-2709

930 Full Link



Part Time

Make an impact while working a flexible part-time schedule!

OneSource Center for Nonprofit Excellence helps nonprofits thrive!

 Join the OneSource team, the only resource center for nonprofits in our region, providing services, products and connections that strengthen the capacity of Greater Cincinnati’s nonprofit organizations.

 

 

The Manager of Communications is responsible for creating and coordinating communications to volunteers, clients, funders and the public and for supporting agency fundraising and marketing efforts.  This position reports to the Director, Marketing and Development and works closely with the Vice President, Operations to ensure effective communication to all stakeholders on the services and resources available for local area nonprofits.  This is a part-time job, with flexible scheduling.

 

OneSource Center provides a wide variety of services, products and connections to help nonprofits be productive and accomplish more.  We offer expert consulting on a broad range of topics, monthly seminars and leadership development classes to build skills and knowledge.  Nonprofit staffs can shop in our warehouse of donated furniture or in the Marketplace for retail store donations or get a referral to other free or low-cost resources.

 

Skills and Specialized Knowledge:

  • Strong written and oral communication skills
  • Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree in Communications or related work experience
  • Ability to work both independently and collaboratively in a fast-paced environment
  • Knowledge of fundraising strategies and donor relations 
  • Experience in optimal use of social media
  • Preferred: experience with DonorPerfect and Constant Contact 
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Experience in Microsoft Office and QuickBooks

 

Apply:  hiring3@onesourcectr.org




 

Jan 11, 2022 Office Manager Hearing Speech + Deaf Center Full Time Job Description Title: Office Manager – Katie’s House Reports To: Director of Clinical Services Department: SLP & OT Services Location: Katie’s House FLS Details
Melanie Nipper

Hearing Speech + Deaf Center

mnippert@hearingspeechdeaf.org

513-487-7720

933 Full Link


Full Time

Job Description

Title: Office Manager – Katie’s House

Reports To: Director of Clinical Services

Department: SLP & OT Services

Location: Katie’s House

FLSA: Non-exempt

Purpose:

Provides administrative assistance primarily to the Speech, Language, & Occupational Therapy departments ensuring that all tasks are completed in a timely and efficient manner in order to allow therapist to provide the highest quality services to clients.

Major Duties and Expectations:

  • Provides in-take support to families and therapists: coordinates schedules for primary office as well as assisting office managers and their locations when needed.
  • Calls insurance to verify insurance benefits for every patient and advise patient/parents of benefit via telephone or e-mail prior to appointments
  • Maintains accurate and thorough records including demographics (verifies current information at every visit) and patient accounts including verification of insurance coverage, prior authorizations, physician referrals as needed & tracks authorized visits.
  • Greets all clients and visitors in a professional, courteous and gracious manner
  • Answers all incoming calls in a professional, courteous and gracious manner
  • Assists billing department with any and all support requested including clinician credentialing, contracts with insurance companies, demographics, etc. if needed.
  • Provides administrative support to Clinical Services
  • Processes credit card payments and co-pays as needed
  • Completes all paperwork associated with transactions.
  • Oversees office facilities: arranges for the opening and closing of the physical office ensuring proper security is maintained.
  • Maintains waiting room/bulletin board/including maintaining appropriate reading materials for children and parents and agency publications.
  • Provides back-up coverage for office managers as needed.
  • Submits supply requests according to agency protocol as needed.
  • Meets productivity standards of the agency
  • Adheres to all agency/department policies and procedures.
  • Other duties as assigned.

 

Education/Skills/Experience:

 

  • High school degree or its equivalent required.
  • Excellent phone and computer skills required
  • Experience with Counsel Ear preferred but not required
  • Previous experience working as a receptionist and administrative assistant in a high call volume setting is preferred.
  • Previous experience with precertification and insurance verification
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills are required.
  • Strong professional, courteous and gracious manner is required.
  • Ability to multi-task, high degree of organizational skills.
  • May need to work evenings and flex schedule.
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office Products such as Word and Excel required.

     Benefits:

  • 401(k)
  • Dental insurance
  • Employee assistance program
  • Employee discount
  • Flexible spending account
  • Health insurance
  • Life insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Professional development assistance
  • Vision insurance
Jan 14, 2022 President & CEO Cincinnati Works Full Time THE OPPORTUNITY Do you understand the culture of poverty and have the passion to work with a leading organization that is eliminating poverty in our region? Do you believe in the tenacity of the Details
Michele Plessinger

GilmanPartners

mplessinger@gilmanpartners.com

513-842-5321

938 Full Link



Full Time

THE OPPORTUNITY

  • Do you understand the culture of poverty and have the passion to work with a leading organization that is eliminating poverty in our region?
  • Do you believe in the tenacity of the human spirit to overcome significant challenges?
  • Can you leverage your strategic acumen to lead Cincinnati Works into the future while executing a strategic plan?
  • Are you a leader who creates a culture of employee development, accountability, and one who supports diversity, inclusion and belonging?
  • Do you enjoy being the face of an organization with community partners, donors, business leaders and public officials?

THE ORGANIZATION

Cincinnati Works is a nonprofit organization that brings hope and encouragement to people living in poverty through a network of comprehensive employment services and over 75 employer partnerships. Founded in 1996 by Dave and Liane Phillips, the organization has helped thousands of job seekers below the federal poverty guidelines find employment and work toward economic selfsufficiency. Once a Member is established in a stable job, coaching services are provided to enable advancement to higher paying jobs. This provides the community a previously untapped source of entry- and mid-level workers, decreased need for public resources, and a solution-focused strategy to eliminate poverty in the region. These changes lead to the reduction in related problems including crime, poor health, and lack of education. With over 30% of the Cincinnati population living in poverty, the acute need for the organization’s services is clear. Cincinnati Works is primarily privately funded with support from the city; the FY2022 budget is approximately $5.1 million.

WHAT YOU WILL BE DOING

The mission of Cincinnati Works is to partner with all willing and capable people living in poverty to assist them in advancing to economic self-sufficiency through employment. Building on the great work that has been accomplished over the past 25 years, the President & CEO will lead Cincinnati Works into the future. The President & CEO will execute the five pillars of the newly created strategic plan. The President & CEO will be the face of the organization and focus on fundraising/revenue generation, maintain a strategic and forward-thinking approach, and further build a culture of employee development and accountability while deepening the value of diversity, inclusion and belonging across the organization, its members and the community.

The President & CEO serves as chief executive of Cincinnati Works (CW), and, in partnership with the Board, is responsible for the success of the organization. Together, the Board and President & CEO assure CW’s relevance to the community, the accomplishment of CW’s mission and vision, and the accountability of CW to its diverse constituents. The Board delegates responsibility for management and day-to-day operations to the President & CEO, and the President & CEO has the authority to carry out these responsibilities, within these major areas of responsibility:

Mission and Strategy, Fundraising & Revenue Generation, Governance/Board Relations, Community Relations, Administration, Personnel & Culture, Financial Management

The Leadership Team reporting to the President & CEO includes the VP of Development and External Relations, CFO, VP and GM Workforce Connection, Senior Director of HR, and VP of Workforce Development. Together, they will ensure CW’s fiscal, operations, fundraising, marketing, human resources, technology, and programmatic strategies are effectively implemented across all segments of the organization.

KEY REQUIREMENTS

  • Demonstrated commitment to the mission of Cincinnati Works.
  • Solid strategic acumen with deep involvement in the strategic planning process and execution of the plan for a complex organization.
  • A Bachelor’s degree or comparable work experience is required; advanced degree a plus.
  • Minimum of 15-20 years of overall professional experience, with minimum 5 years in an executive leadership position.
  • Some experience in the field of philanthropy, not-for-profit management, governance, and community relations is preferred, particularly in the human services sector. Some general knowledge of fund development is also preferred.

LEARN MORE & APPLY
This executive search is being led by Michele Plessinger and Barry Elkus. Click the
link below to confidentially apply now through the Gilman Partners website or use the
contact information below to reach out with any questions. Please reference the position
title and organization in the email header.

 

Click Here to Apply Online

Jan 19, 2022 Residential Clinical Supervisor Holly Hill Child & Family Solutions Full Time Residential Clinical Supervisor– California, KY Holly Hill Child & Family Solutions is a private, non-profit, community-based organization with the mission to strengthen the lives of ch Details
Jac Holland

Holly Hill Child & Family Solutions

jholland@hollyhill-ky.org

8596350500106

945 Full Link



Full Time

Residential Clinical Supervisor– California, KY 

Holly Hill Child & Family Solutions is a private, non-profit, community-based organization with the mission to strengthen the lives of children through its programs and services focused on the child. If you're passionate about changing lives on a daily basis, you'll want to join our team!! We value our team members, their contributions and their passion for excellence. We are looking for team members who are passionate about our mission & core values, and those who are committed to performing the organization's work at the highest standard.

We offer a culture of learning and many opportunities for professional development and growth plus a competitive salary and benefit package.  

Essential Duties
(not inclusive)

The ideal candidate would be responsible for the day to day oversight and development of clinical services in the Residential Program. Will provide clinical and administrative supervision to Residential Therapists and Case Managers and will carry a therapy caseload as needed.  
  • Actively adhere to the six core principles of trauma informed care and promotes a trauma informed culture.
  • Provides leadership to the clinical team in assuring that each child’s treatment needs are met with the highest quality of services possible.
  • Creates, monitors and ensures compliance with quality improvement measures.
  • Provides clinical supervision to all members of the treatment team regarding treatment directions, decisions and any therapeutic services provided.
  • Performs clinical interviews, assessments, groups, family and individual therapy on an as needed basis. Carries a caseload of up to 5 clients as needed.
  • Reviews all treatment plans and ensures that treatment plans are being developed and carried out in a timely manner.
  • Participates in the process of referral management and admission decisions.
  • Coordinates and oversees all intakes for residential treatment.
  • Coordinates children’s needs for psychiatric treatment and medication with consulting psychiatrist and treatment team.
  • Ensures compliance regarding documentation and treatment planning.
  • Oversees aftercare services ensuring compliance with QRTP requirements.
  • Ensures that the essential job functions of all reports are completed and maintained at a satisfactory level of performance. Participates in rotation for 24 hour clinical on call coverage.
  • Coordinates with Human Resources to recruit, hire and orient new employees.
  • Represents the agency in conferences, meetings and committees to improve and enhance the functioning of the agency.
  • Conducts presentations and tours of the agency.
  • Liaison with DCBS, schools and other agencies in order to advocate for the needs of the children. Maintains positive relationships with contract agencies, other social service agencies and professionals.
  • Participates in Holly Hill’s Performance Quality Improvement (PQI) activities as assigned.
  • Ensures that responsible financial decisions are made within the respective departments.
  • Participates in training and professional development in order to maintain professional licensure, enhance skills and knowledge base and comply with training regulations.
  • Responds respectfully and effectively to people of all cultures, classes, race, ethnic backgrounds, and religions in a manner that recognizes, affirms, and values the worth of individuals, families, and communities and protects and preserves the dignity of each.
  • Adheres to ethical standards of professionalism including maintaining confidentiality of each child and their family, in compliance with HIPAA regulations and agency policies.
  • Seeks to fulfill Holly Hill’s mission by providing quality services to children served.
  • Complies with all agencies policies & procedures
  • Must have a valid driver’s license and auto insurance.
  • Attendance is crucial to position.
  • Performs other related duties as assigned.
Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:
  • Requires excellent written and oral communication skills. 
  • Must be able to independently manage time and be flexible.
  • Provide treatment services while maintaining clear, professional boundaries.
  • Therapeutic and crisis intervention skills needed. 
  • Knowledge of mental health diagnosis (DSM 5) and ability to utilize effectively a range of therapeutic techniques. 
  • Must be able to function in a leadership capacity while working as part of a team. 
  • Ability to liaison with other professionals is essential. 
  • Computer skills are required.  Requires leadership skills.  
  • Ability to maintain accurate records, including financial and statistical records.  
  People Management/Department Management/Business Unit Management:
  • Demonstrates professional conduct and leadership as a representative of the organization.
  • Provides oversight, guides, directs, and ensures departmental goals are met.
  • Ensures departmental strategies are met to support the organizations strategic plan.
  • Builds and maintains a superior departmental support team serving all employees in a manner that is consistent with the organizations Core Values.
  • Leads complex organizational change efforts in a positive manner.
  • Selects personnel for hire and promotion; takes appropriate actions regarding performance improvements, disciplinary actions, demotion and termination per human resources policies.
  • Directs, supports and coaches direct report’s professional goals.
  • Responds proactively to employee needs and concerns
  • Develops “experts” and “expertise” and cross training throughout the department and seeks employee input
  • Minimizes staff turnover
  • Acknowledges and rewards employees’ strengths and accomplishments
  • Evaluates assigned staff performance and competency, providing direct feedback
  • Assesses learning needs, develops competency plans and provides opportunities for learning
MINIMUM EDUCATION:    Master’s Degree and independent Kentucky licensure in social work, counselling, psychology, or marriage and family therapy, with the ability to supervise.  Must meet Medicaid requirement for Behavioral Health Professional ( BHP).
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE:    Two (2-3) years’ experience working with children and/or families.  Prior experience providing Medicaid funded services.  
REQUIRED CERTIFICATE/LICENSURE: LPCC-S OR LCSW WITH SUPERVISORY TRAINING REQUIRED. Must be in good standing with respective KY licensing board and ability to provide supervision toward licensure of employees. 
 
We are an equal opportunity employer. Employment selection and related decisions are made without regard to gender, race, age, disability, religion, national origin, color, gender identity, sexual orientation, veteran status or any other protected class.

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Dec 29, 2021 RSVP Education Advocate Brighton Center Part Time Brighton Center, a not for profit agency, has a part-time SMP/RSVP Program Specialist opportunity for an individual who would like to make a career in a not-for-profit organization.  We Details
Danielle Montgomery

Brighton Center

dmontgomery@brightoncenter.com

859-491-8303 ext:2426

921 Full Link


Part Time

Brighton Center, a not for profit agency, has a part-time SMP/RSVP Program Specialist opportunity for an individual who would like to make a career in a not-for-profit organization.  We are looking for an individual who has a passion to work in an organization that helps its customers become self-sufficient.

Purpose:

The SMP/RSVP Program Specialist is an important part of the SMP/RSVP team that supports the program by educating community seniors about fraud and abuse in relation to Medicare.  

 

Job Responsibilities (not inclusive):

  • Recruit and onboard volunteers for SMP Program
  • Plan and facilitate community events to educate seniors about Medicare fraud & abuse
  • Actively participate in social media efforts for both SMP and RSVP
  • Collect volunteer data, data entry into database, and complete reports
  • Create a monthly newsletter

 

Job Qualifications (Not inclusive):

  • High School diploma or equivalency
  • Computer skills including excellent Microsoft Word and Excel ability
  • Social media knowledge and ability 
  • Experience working with volunteers and community partners
  • Strong organizational skills
  • The ability to work on and complete multiple tasks simultaneously  

  

Hourly Range: $14.00 to $15.00 per hour 24 hours weekly

Jan 4, 2022 Sewing Instructor Saint Francis Seraph Ministries Part Time The Sarah Center Sewing Instructor will take care of maintaining the #STITCHED# Job training program, the quilting and sewing schedules. The Sarah Center Instructor will support the mission, vision an Details
Annise Anderson

Saint Francis Seraph Ministries

aanderson@sfsministries.org

513-549-0542

925 Full Link



Part Time

The Sarah Center Sewing Instructor will take care of maintaining the #STITCHED# Job training program, the quilting and sewing schedules. The Sarah Center Instructor will support the mission, vision and the values of the organization and will work in concert with the other SFSM staff members to effectively advocate for the clients SFSM serves.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Implement objectives, plans and goals of the #STITCHED# job training program
  • Direct, manage and document all the necessary supplies and equipment associated with the job training program and the other programs of quilting and sewing
  • Assist in the maintenance and physical space of the sewing area
  • Assure compliance with the standards of safety, best practices and overall aesthetics for the Sarah Center staff, members and volunteers
  • Complete all necessary paperwork in a timely manner including turning receipts
  • Must be able to work flexible hours when Sarah Center programs are underway
  • Must be able to work some flexible hours when needed in other SFSM areas and/or programs
  • Must have reliable transportation and a valid driver’s license
  • Must be able to travel to meetings and/or trainings upon request
Jan 13, 2022 Talent Development Specialist Brighton Center Full Time Talent Development Specialist Brighton Center, a not for profit agency, has a full-time Talent Development Specialist opportunity for an individual who would like to make a career in a not-for-p Details
Danielle Montgomery

Brighton Center

dmontgomery@brightoncenter.com

859-491-8303 ext:2426

937 Full Link


Full Time

Talent Development Specialist

Brighton Center, a not for profit agency, has a full-time Talent Development Specialist opportunity for an individual who would like to make a career in a not-for-profit organization.  We are looking for an individual who has a passion to work in an organization that helps its customers become self-sufficient.

Position Purpose: Work with job seekers to achieve economic stability through the connection to quality education and employment services.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Assist individuals with obtaining a self-sufficient career via work readiness supports, training opportunities and employment leads.
  • The Talent Development Specialist will be a trusted coach collaboration and partnering with job seekers on their journey to employment success.
  • This will be accomplished by provision of services to customers via the Workforce Innovation and Opportunitites ACT.
  • Specialist duties also include but are not limited to:
    • Case Management
    • Data Entry
    • Stats collection and Reporting
    • Employer Support and Outreach
    • Workshop Facilitation
    • Committee Assignments
    • Outreach and identification of service needs to all 8 counties served in NKY

Job Qualifications

  • A Bachelor's degree and/or combination of education /training and experience (professional or lived) is valued and will be highly considered.
  • Knowledge, skills, and abilities with case management, data entry, and reporting.
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
  • Public speaking ability and great customer service skills.
  • Ability to travel to the 8 northern counties in KY.

Pay Rate: $15.20-$16.00 per Hour Non Exempt

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We are an equal opportunity employer. Employment selection and related decisions are made without regard to gender, race, age, disability, religion, national origin, color, gender identity, sexual orientation, veteran status or any other protected class.
 
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Jan 5, 2022 Vice President of Operations OneSource Center for Nonprofit Excellence Full Time Make an impact in your community!OneSource Center for Nonprofit Excellence helps nonprofits thrive!Join the OneSource team, the only resource center for nonprofits in our region, providing services, p Details
Kathleen Grady

OneSource Center for Nonprofit Excellence

gradyk1952@gmail.com

513-702-2709

929 Full Link



Full Time

Make an impact in your community!
OneSource Center for Nonprofit Excellence helps nonprofits thrive!
Join the OneSource team, the only resource center for nonprofits in our region, providing services, products and connections that strengthen the capacity of nonprofit organizations and are vital to the

Greater Cincinnati community!

OneSource Center for Nonprofit Excellence seeks a candidate for the newly created position of Vice President Operations. This position will be responsible for all operational and administrative functions of the organization. 

OneSource Center provides a wide variety of services, products and connections to help nonprofits be productive and accomplish more. We offer expert consulting on a broad range of topics, monthly seminars and leadership development classes to build skills and knowledge. Nonprofit staffs can shop in our warehouse of donated furniture or in the Marketplace for retail store donations or get a referral to other free or low-cost resources. 

OneSource seeks to build on its current offerings and expand the resources available to area nonprofits. The VP Operations will play a key role in that growth and development. 

Primary responsibilities are the growth and enhancement of the retail operation, including on-site and on-line sales, and oversight and growth of the consulting and training services provided to the nonprofit community by a pool of more than 100 volunteer consultants. In addition, the VP Operations will oversee the development of OneSource as a one-stop shop for nonprofits, through creation of a broad spectrum of services supporting more efficient and cost-effective operations for the nonprofit sector. 

This is a full-time job reporting to the CEO with competitive salary and benefits package. 

Qualifications: 

Five plus years of experience in a management position in a nonprofit, with supervisory responsibilities
Strong written and oral communication skills
Demonstrated results in growing revenue in a nonprofit 

Demonstrated ability to successfully manage multiple priorities Experience in new business development is a plus 

Apply: hiring1@onesourcectr.org