Date Posted Title Company Type Description  
Nov 19, 2018 Administrative Assistant Bethany House Services Full Time Administrative Assistant The Administrative Assistant position is will provide administrative support to the Executive Director and Leadership Team, including correspondence, reports, minutes and sch Details
Mary Bennett Brown

Bethany House Services

mbrown@bhsinc.org

513-557-2404

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Full Time

Administrative Assistant

The Administrative Assistant position is will provide administrative support to the Executive Director and Leadership Team, including correspondence, reports, minutes and scheduling meetings.  This position includes answering and directing phone calls; organizing and scheduling appointments; planning meetings and taking detailed minutes; writing and distributing email, correspondence memos, letters, faxes and forms; assisting in the preparation of regularly scheduled meetings and reports; acting as the point of contact for Board members, donors and volunteers; etc. 

The successful candidate should have an Associate degree and a minimum of 3-5 years of work experience in the field of office administration and management; knowledge of information technology, computer systems, and software; proficiency in using Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Internet, Raiser’s Edge is a plus and related tools and applications.


 

Qualified candidates should submit their resumes to

 

 Mary Bennett Brown, Human Resources Director

 

Bethany House Services

 

Mbrown@bhsinc.org


Nov 19, 2018 Case Manager Bethany House Services Full Time Case Manager Case Manager provides case management assisting ages 18-24 year olds to achieve self-sufficiency and stable housing. This Case Manager will be responsible for collaborating with communit Details
Mary Bennett Brown

Bethany House Services

mbrown@bhsinc.org

513-557-2404

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Full Time

Case Manager

Case Manager provides case management assisting ages 18-24 year olds to achieve self-sufficiency and stable housing. This Case Manager will be responsible for collaborating with community partners service community homeless youth 18-24 years old; ensuring youth centered services are implanted across homeless services in Cincinnati and Hamilton County; and documenting required services for outcome and data management reporting. 

The most successful candidate should have a Bachelor’s degree in social work, psychology or related field, with a minimum of two years’ experience working with homeless individuals and other disadvantaged populations in crisis. Master’s Degree a plus.  A LSW license is a plus; clinical supervision toward licensure is available.

 

Qualified candidates should submit their resumes to

 

 Mary Bennett Brown, Human Resources Director

 

Bethany House Services

 

Mbrown@bhsinc.org

 

Nov 19, 2018 Development Assistant Care Net Pregnancy Services of Northern Kentucky Part Time Care Net Pregnancy Services of Northern Kentucky is seeking to advance it's development efforts and is in search of a part-time (30 hour) Development Assistant.   The Development Assistant i Details
Lyndi Zembrodt

Care Net Pregnancy Services of Northern Kentucky

Lyndi@carenetnky.org

8594319178

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Part Time

Care Net Pregnancy Services of Northern Kentucky is seeking to advance it's development efforts and is in search of a part-time (30 hour) Development Assistant. 
  The Development Assistant is responsible for supporting the events, tasks and reporting as outlined in the the annual development plan. Bi-annual newsletter production and social media interaction required. The Development Assistant  is responsible for attending and managing event committee meetings . The Development Assistant recruits and supervises volunteer support and works in close partnership with the Development Director Executive Director and Event Committees.  
Candidate must posses strong verbal and written communication skills and demonstrate advanced PC skills  in Microsoft Office including publisher and excel.  
 Applicants should include resume, cover letter and salary requirements to info@carenetnky.org

Dec 3, 2018 Development Coordinator The First Tee GCNKY Part Time Description: Reporting to the Chapter Executive Director, the Development Coordinator supports all administrative aspects of fundraising, including increasing individual, foundation, and business inc Details
Alicia Lawrence

The First Tee of Greater Cincinnati & Northern Kentucky

alicia@thefirstteegcnky.com

513-377-0715

407 Full Link


Part Time

Description:

Reporting to the Chapter Executive Director, the Development Coordinator supports all administrative aspects of fundraising, including increasing individual, foundation, and business income; engaging staff, coaches, volunteers and board members; creating and managing events and other appeals to engage a range of target audiences; and developing marketing and communication tools and resources to increase the visibility and long-term viability of the organization.

Responsibilities:

  • Manage all administrative aspects of the Chapter’s stewardship plan, Club Ambassador Program, Sponsorship Program, and annual fundraising activities.
  • Ensure effective documentation and maintain accurate and complete records in the Chapter’s donor database (eTapestry), track and acknowledge contributions, run queries and reports, coordinate donor communications and solicitations, and ensure prospect management records are updated in a timely fashion.
  • Work with the Executive Director to support board member fundraising efforts, prospecting and cultivation strategies.
  • Support the Executive Director in the development and enhancement of the existing sponsorship program to secure support from area businesses through writing proposals and assisting with sponsor communications.
  • Write and organize the Chapter’s fundraising appeals (e.g., events, direct mail, annual fund, etc.).
  • Develop marketing/communication materials for special events, fundraising and outreach efforts and help coordinate organization-wide communications to ensure consistency and clarity.
  • Provide administrative assistance for grant writing activities that supports the Executive Director in building and maintaining relationships with grantmakers.

Requirements:

The Development Coordinator is a part-time position that may require occasional evening and weekend hours. A Bachelor's degree, along with a minimum of 3 years of fundraising, administrative and/or equivalent work experience are required. The ideal candidate will…

  • Be self-motivated, detail-oriented, very organized;
  • Be able to multi-task with changing priorities, and have a proven ability to meet deadlines;
  • Have excellent oral and written skills including a proven comfort level with interpersonal communications;
  • Have strong expertise using technology, including Microsoft Office applications, fundraising databases and social media. 

General

Benefits: Generally flexible work schedule, including work-at-home hours, determined by mutual agreement; two weeks paid vacation and 10 holidays.

References on request. Hiring will be subject to completion of successful security background check.

 


To apply

Please email a resume and cover letter to Alicia Lawrence, Executive Director, alicia@thefirstteegcnky.com 


About The First Tee:

Founded in 1997 as a joint initiative of the PGA Tour, the USGA, PGA of America, the LPGA and The Masters, The First Tee is among the country’s leading youth development organizations. Today, it comprises a network of some 175 chapters nationwide.

All The First Tee chapters are independent non-profits responsible for their own governance and fundraising. But all share a mission to help grow great kids through a unique, proven program that seamlessly integrates important character-development lessons with golf instruction to help young people acquire the fundamental life skills, core values and healthy habits that will help them flourish throughout their lives.

Operating since 2006, The First Tee of Greater Cincinnati & Northern Kentucky is a top-performing chapter in the network, serving children 7 to 18 years old in Hamilton, Clermont, Boone, Campbell and Kenton counties. 

To learn more about our Chapter visit our website: www.TheFirstTeeGCNKY.org

Dec 5, 2018 Development Coordinator The First Tee GCNKY Part Time Description: Reporting to the Chapter Executive Director, the Development Coordinator supports all administrative aspects of fundraising, including increasing individual, foundation, and business inc Details
Alicia Lawrence

The First Tee of Greater Cincinnati & Northern Kentucky

alicia@thefirstteegcnky.com

513-377-0715

406 Full Link


Part Time

Description:

Reporting to the Chapter Executive Director, the Development Coordinator supports all administrative aspects of fundraising, including increasing individual, foundation, and business income; engaging staff, coaches, volunteers and board members; creating and managing events and other appeals to engage a range of target audiences; and developing marketing and communication tools and resources to increase the visibility and long-term viability of the organization.

Responsibilities:

  • Manage all administrative aspects of the Chapter’s stewardship plan, Club Ambassador Program, Sponsorship Program, and annual fundraising activities.
  • Ensure effective documentation and maintain accurate and complete records in the Chapter’s donor database (eTapestry), track and acknowledge contributions, run queries and reports, coordinate donor communications and solicitations, and ensure prospect management records are updated in a timely fashion.
  • Work with the Executive Director to support board member fundraising efforts, prospecting and cultivation strategies.
  • Support the Executive Director in the development and enhancement of the existing sponsorship program to secure support from area businesses through writing proposals and assisting with sponsor communications.
  • Write and organize the Chapter’s fundraising appeals (e.g., events, direct mail, annual fund, etc.).
  • Develop marketing/communication materials for special events, fundraising and outreach efforts and help coordinate organization-wide communications to ensure consistency and clarity.
  • Provide administrative assistance for grant writing activities that supports the Executive Director in building and maintaining relationships with grantmakers.

Requirements:

The Development Coordinator is a part-time position that may require occasional evening and weekend hours. A Bachelor's degree, along with a minimum of 3 years of fundraising, administrative and/or equivalent work experience are required. The ideal candidate will…

  • Be self-motivated, detail-oriented, very organized;
  • Be able to multi-task with changing priorities, and have a proven ability to meet deadlines;
  • Have excellent oral and written skills including a proven comfort level with interpersonal communications;
  • Have strong expertise using technology, including Microsoft Office applications, fundraising databases and social media. 

General

Benefits: Generally flexible work schedule, including work-at-home hours, determined by mutual agreement; two weeks paid vacation and 10 holidays.

References on request. Hiring will be subject to completion of successful security background check.

 


To apply

Please email a resume and cover letter to Alicia Lawrence, Executive Director, alicia@thefirstteegcnky.com 


About The First Tee:

Founded in 1997 as a joint initiative of the PGA Tour, the USGA, PGA of America, the LPGA and The Masters, The First Tee is among the country’s leading youth development organizations. Today, it comprises a network of some 175 chapters nationwide.

All The First Tee chapters are independent non-profits responsible for their own governance and fundraising. But all share a mission to help grow great kids through a unique, proven program that seamlessly integrates important character-development lessons with golf instruction to help young people acquire the fundamental life skills, core values and healthy habits that will help them flourish throughout their lives.

Operating since 2006, The First Tee of Greater Cincinnati & Northern Kentucky is a top-performing chapter in the network, serving children 7 to 18 years old in Hamilton, Clermont, Boone, Campbell and Kenton counties. 

To learn more about our Chapter visit our website: www.TheFirstTeeGCNKY.org

Nov 19, 2018 Director of Development Care Net Pregnancy Services of Northern Kentucky Part Time Care Net Pregnancy Services of Northern Kentucky is seeking to advance it's development efforts and is in search of a part-time (30 hour) Development Director.  The Development Director is r Details
Lyndi Zembrodt

Care Net Pregnancy Services of Northern Kentucky

Lyndi@carenetnky.org

8594319178

401 Full Link



Part Time

Care Net Pregnancy Services of Northern Kentucky is seeking to advance it's development efforts and is in search of a part-time (30 hour) Development Director. 
 The Development Director is responsible for planning,  management, and execution of development strategies as outlined in the annual development plan: annual banquet, fundraiser events, major gifts, planned giving, grant writing and capital campaign . This entails active engagement with donor base including prospecting, development and procurement of financial gifts. The Development Director is responsible for managing special events and donor marketing. The Development Director supervises the Development Assistant and works in close partnership with the Executive Director, Development Committee and Board members. Candidate must posses strong verbal and written communication skills and demonstrate advanced PC skills  in Microsoft Office including publisher and excel.  
 Applicants should include resume, cover letter and salary requirements to info@carenetnky.org

Dec 7, 2018 Fund Development and Special Events Manager Over-the-Rhine Community Housing Part Time Job Title: Fund Development and Special Events Manager Responsible to: Fund Development Director Responsibilities: The Fund Development and Special Events Manager is responsible for the management a Details
Katie Knipe

Over-the-Rhine Community Housing

kknipe@otrch.org

5133811171

408 Full Link


Part Time

Job Title: Fund Development and Special Events Manager

Responsible to: Fund Development Director

Responsibilities: The Fund Development and Special Events Manager is responsible for the management and coordination of all fundraising and awareness-raising events at Over-the-Rhine Community Housing. This position will lead the event planning committee in soliciting event sponsorships and organizing event details and logistics, and will create marketing plans to publicize events. The Fund Development and Special Events Manager will also provide general support to the Fund Development department in the execution of fundraising and marketing efforts. This position does not supervise staff.

Over-the-Rhine Community Housing Background

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

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

Desired Capabilities/Qualities

  • 2-3 years of event planning, nonprofit fundraising or related experience
  • Minimum of bachelor’s degree
  • Proven verbal and written skills
  • Ability to convey knowledge of and enthusiasm for the mission and goals of Over-the-Rhine Community Housing
  • Comfort working with volunteers, staff, board members and potential donors
  • Excellent presentation, listening and conversational skills
  • Excellent attention to detail and ability to manage multiple facets of a project over an extended planning period
  • Experience and ease meeting and socializing with people from diverse backgrounds
  • Superb communication, organization, and administrative skills
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office required, experience with Adobe InDesign a plus

Specific Responsibilities

  • Work with the Fund Development Director to manage fundraising and awareness-raising events, with emphasis on identifying, developing and implementing the special events to meet organizational objectives
  • Planning, implementing, managing and evaluating signature event
  • Identify opportunities to organize new special events
  • Cultivate and expand corporate sponsorship development and fulfillment
  • Manage all aspects of  the Event Planning Committee, including but not limited to volunteer recruitment, supervision, training and acknowledgment
  • Maintain event management software
  • Coordinate event logistics, publicity, including public relations, advertising and collateral material design, production and distribution
  • Responsible for development and fulfillment of event budgets
  • Other fundraising and marketing duties as assigned

Work Schedule

  • 20 hours per week
  • Must be flexible to work during events
  • Occasional evenings and weekends required

If you have the prerequisite experience and skills and a strong desire to make a difference please send your resume with a cover letter to Katie Knipe at kknipe@otrch.org or Over-the-Rhine Community Housing, 114 W. 14th St., Cincinnati, OH 45202 by Friday, December 21, 2018 at 5pm EST.

Important – You must have a sincere commitment to the inner city. Only candidates with passion and energy need apply.

Over-the-Rhine Community Housing provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.

Nov 26, 2018 Part-Time Pediatric Therapist -Trauma Informed First Step Home, Inc. Part Time Part Time Trauma-Informed Pediatric Therapist Needed First Step Home is seeking to contract with a part-time trauma-informed pediatric therapist who will identify children needing this service throug Details
Cindy Fischer

First Step Home, Inc.

Cindy.Fischer@firststephome.org

(513) 961-4663 Ext:111

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Part Time

Part Time Trauma-Informed Pediatric Therapist Needed

First Step Home is seeking to contract with a part-time trauma-informed pediatric therapist who will identify children needing this service through an assessment and develop weekly goals to enhance the behavior of these children serviced.  

Must be a LISW or a LPCC with experience with children as a scope of practice.

First Step Home is a residential and outpatient treatment program dedicated to women's centered care for addictions and co-occurring mental health and trauma related issues. The agency is nationally accredited by CARF and certified to provide services by the Ohio Mental Health Addiction Services Board.  The agency is focused on bringing best practices, collaborative partnerships and diversification of funding needed to address the needs of women of all ages and life stages that bring complex issues to the recovery program.

First Step Home was founded in 1993 in response to the need for a residential treatment facility that would permit children, ages 0 through 12, to live with their mother during treatment. This facility increased participation in substance abuse treatment and reduced the barrier of women being forced to place their children in foster care for extended periods of time. Clients of First Step Home include single women, pregnant women, women with criminal justice involvement and women with long histories of abuse. Please visit our website at www.firststephome.org. EOE

We are an exciting, talented, diverse group dedicated to women’s sustained recovery from substance abuse, mental health issues and trauma.

Please contact Cindy Fischer at Cindy.Fischer@firststephome.org for additional information