Date Posted Title Company Type Description  
Aug 27, 2019 Volunteer Coordinator Society of St Vincent de Paul Part Time Details
Jamie Hahn

St. Vincent de Paul

jamie.hahn@svdpnky.org

8594467724

562 Full Link



Part Time

Aug 21, 2019 SUD (Substance Use Disorder) Case Manager Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services Full Time SUD Case Manager - New Position within our Break Free Cincinnati program!Provides Case Management Services to individuals experiencing homelessness and substance abuse using a Housing First / Harm R Details
Claire McCandless

Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services

cmccandless@gcbhs.com

513-354-7035

558 Full Link


Full Time

SUD Case Manager - New Position within our Break Free Cincinnati program!

Provides Case Management Services to individuals experiencing homelessness and substance abuse using a Housing First / Harm Reduction Model.  Participates in outreach and engagement, establishes therapeutic relationships, assesses complex problems, selects problem-solving interventions, and helps clients meet basic needs to function effectively.   Coordinates, conducts or participates in assessments, provides access to recommended treatment services (behavioral health, medical), employment services, housing assistance, and other targeted supportive services. 

Position Responsibilities:
  • Completes face-to-face contacts with individuals who are homeless throughout Hamilton County to identify potential clients for program (includes making contact with individuals who are homeless on the streets, parks, soup kitchens, shelters, health care facilities, jails, etc.).
  • Initiates, coordinates, and monitors evaluations necessary to identify each client's needs in life areas including:  living arrangements, financial issues, benefit status, legal status, physical/psychiatric health, ac­tivities of daily living, vocational/educational, social supports, leisure and recreation.
  • Assists clients in using applicable resources to meet basic needs, including housing.
  • Provides support services to assist clients in obtaining housing through the Coordinated Entry process and maintaining housing through the Critical Time Intervention model.
  • Gains knowledge of the following: homelessness, substance abuse and mental health treatment and basic needs resources, informal and formal linkages with agencies that provide services, the client’s use of services, and applicable costs of use, and the opportunities for alternative resources.
  Position Requirements: 
  • CDCA Required.
  • Bachelor's degree in one of the specified fields of study plus two years of specialized education, training, or experience in one of the specified fields of study. 
  • Master's degree in mental health, social work, counseling or other health related field, preferred. 
  • Experience working with individuals who are experiencing homelessness and/or struggling with substance abuse.
  • Credentialed as a licensed Social Worker, Counselor or Chemical Dependency Counselor, preferred. 
GCBHS has been named a Top Workplace in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky for the 10th straight year!  Please visit our website to learn more about GCBHS.  www.gcbhs.com
Please watch this video to learn more about GCBHS. GCB Video    #lifechanging

 
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Aug 22, 2019 Senior Associate, Donor Relations United Way of Greater Cincinnati Full Time The Senior Associate, Donor Relations will coordinate and implement the donor engagement strategies set for individual donors and prospects in assigned portfolio and associated donor networks that pos Details
Pam Haney

United Way of Greater Cincinnati

pam.haney@uwgc.org

5137627197

560 Full Link



Full Time

The Senior Associate, Donor Relations will coordinate and implement the donor engagement strategies set for individual donors and prospects in assigned portfolio and associated donor networks that position United Way of Greater Cincinnati (UWGC) as the philanthropic choice through relationship building and engaging experiences.  Under minimal supervision, plan and execute tactics necessary to achieve recruitment, retention, growth and engagement goals. 

KEY AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY: 

  • Implement the tactics as defined in the strategic plan for individual engagement, establishing UWGC as the primary philanthropic resource for the donors in their relationship with the community.
  • Engage with donors in assigned portfolio, developing and deepening donors’ ties to UWGC, striving for donor growth through a pipeline of increased annual giving, and identify prospects for advancement along the donor pipeline.
  • Educate and cultivate donors year-round by developing relationships between the donors and UWGC through one-to-one, digital, and event touchpoints that will attract, engage, grow, and retain donors in assigned portfolio and donor networks.
  • Plan and execute events with focused activities that attract, engage, grow, and retain donors, including but not limited to, women, African American, and retiree segments.
  • Recruit, orient, advise, and support key volunteers in executing tactics that support engagement with United Way.
  • Partner with Relationship Managers to identify, nurture and solicit key segments within the top workplace campaigns.
  • Ensure the Customer Relationship Management (CRM) database and process is managed and leveraged.
  • Track and evaluate effectiveness of strategies, initiatives, and overall results.
  • Monitor membership and performance of segments.
  • Use data analysis to identify trends and solutions, troubleshoot, and ensure the timely achievement of goals.  Use the strategic analysis of data to drive decision-making and performance. 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:        

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience.
  • Two to five years professional work experience required, with two or more years previous experience in a fundraising, development, sales, communication and/or public relations capacity preferred.
  • Advanced computer skills, including experience with Microsoft office products (specifically Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint), required.
  • Excellent negotiation, analytical, organizational, time management, and interpersonal skills.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills required, including public speaking and presentation skills.
  • Demonstrated ability to listen effectively and solicit information from others.
  • Demonstrated project management skills, including the ability to balance multiple projects in varying degrees of implementation.
  • Demonstrated understanding of the process of creating, growing and retaining strong customer relationships.
  • Demonstrated ability to work cooperatively and flexibly as part of a team.
  • Demonstrated ability to work with minimal supervision.
  • Ability to lift up to 20 pounds.
  • Frequent local travel within the regional area, including evenings and weekends.
  • Reliable personal transportation required. 

COMPETENCIES: Communication Skills, Relationship Building, Technologically Proficient.

Applicants should apply by Friday, September 6, 2019 via the link below: 

https://jobapply.page.link/fLiu 

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

 

Nov 30, -0001 Senior Associate, Community Impact/Coordinator of City of Cincinnati Human Services Fund United Way of Greater Cincinnati Full Time   The Senior Associate, Community Impact/Coordinator of City of Cincinnati Human Services Fund will provide professional staff leadership for the City of Cincinnati Human Services Fund (HSF) and Details
Pam Haney

United Way of Greater Cincinnati

pam.haney@uwgc.org

5137627197

564 Full Link



Full Time

 

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

We are currently contracted with the City for this role through July 31, 2020 and the  position is contingent upon continued external funding for the project beyond that date.  

KEY AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY: 

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

COMPETENCIES: Measurable Impact - Achievement Oriented, Accountability,  

Communications Skills, Technology Proficient, Interpersonal Skills – Builds

Relationships 

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

Applicants should apply by Wednesday, September 11, 2019 via the link below: 

https://jobapply.page.link/YHqR 

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

Aug 21, 2019 School Based Team Supervisor Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services Full Time Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services (GCB) has an immediate opening for a School Based Team Supervisor!  Join our multidisciplinary treatment organization as a member of School Base Details
Claire McCandless

Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services

cmccandless@gcbhs.com

513-354-7035

556 Full Link


Full Time

Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services (GCB) has an immediate opening for a School Based Team Supervisor!  Join our multidisciplinary treatment organization as a member of School Based Services team.  Through counseling, care management, and group services, GCB’s licensed therapists help students and families realize their potential and overcome challenges.  Schools see better academic performance, and the community at large benefits from having healthier children and families.

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

Position Responsibilities:

  • Possesses knowledge of a variety of treatment approaches and modalities including:  trauma informed care, psycho-social, solution focused, family therapy, systems approach, strength based approaches, cognitive behavioral, motivational interviewing, DBT techniques, TF-CBT substance abuse and sex abuse treatment and is able to provide supervision to staff using these techniques.
  • Functions as a liaison with school personnel.
  • Maintains established procedures and identifies and solves problems.
  • Knows and refers to the SBS policy manual to make decisions
  • Provides ongoing supervision for SBS staff.
  • Is responsible for attaining program goals.
  • Provides mental health treatment to a reduced caseload.
  • Attends agency training as well as ongoing professional seminars and conferences to increase professional knowledge in specific areas agreed upon with supervisor, and obtains sufficient CEU’s to maintain licensure.

Position Requirements:

  • Master’s degree in social work or counseling required at the independent level.
  • Licensed by the appropriate Board to provide supervision in the state in which they work
  • Prior experience working with children and families through work experience and/or internships.
  • Be flexible to negotiate the politics of the school.
  • Proficient at medical records documentation.

GCBHS has been named a Top Workplace in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky for the 10th straight year!  Please visit our website to learn more about GCBHS.  www.gcbhs.com
Please watch this video to learn more about GCBHS. GCB Video    #lifechanging

 
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Nov 30, -0001 Psychiatrist/MD/ACT Team Member Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services Full Time Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services (GCB) is a comprehensive integrated behavioral health care organization serving adults and children throughout Southwest Ohio and Northern Kentu Details
Claire McCandless

Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services

cmccandless@gcbhs.com


563 Full Link


Full Time

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

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

Position Description:

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

Position Requirements:

  • Must be flexible, creative and adaptive in handling changing priorities
  • Ability to work as a team member in a collaborative manner with
  • Excellent communication, documentation, and time management skills
  • MD or DO degree from an accredited school of medicine or osteopathy in the US
  • Have a valid DEA number
Sep 13, 2019 Prevention Coordinator Abuse & Rape Crisis Shelter of Warren County Full Time Prevention Coordinator  Abuse & Rape Crisis Shelter (ARCS) of Warren County is a community based, independent nonprofit agency that supports survivors of domestic violence and sexual assaul Details
Lori McColley

Abuse & Rape Crisis Shelter of Warren County

admin@arcshelter.com

5136951185

570 Full Link


Full Time

Prevention Coordinator

 Abuse & Rape Crisis Shelter (ARCS) of Warren County is a community based, independent nonprofit agency that supports survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault so that they can lead safe, healed and empowered lives.  Our focus is providing domestic violence and sexual assault victim advocacy, crisis intervention, education, prevention and programs that promote personal empowerment and mutual respect.

 ARCS is currently seeking a full-time Prevention Coordinator who will provide prevention focused healthy relationships and safe dating curriculum to middle and high school students in Warren County, as well as, work on community level initiatives.  This position will work in tandem with other prevention programs and the overarching mission of creating a social climate that holds domestic, youth, intimate partner and sexual violence as unacceptable and preventable.

 Required Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Social Services, Education and/or Criminal Justice and at least two years related work or internship experience
  • Experience in providing groups and/or teaching youth or adults
  • Ability to communicate and positively influence and connect with middle and high school students
  • Commitment to respecting individual differences, self-determination, and serving a diverse population
  • Ability to communicate and connect with community partners and school administration
  • Valid Ohio Driver’s License with a good driving record
  • Ability to provide dependable transportation to travel to schools and other presentation venues

Competitive starting wages + employee benefits. Application and a complete Job Description are available at:   www.arcshelter.com  Please submit your cover letter and resume to:  admin@arcshelter.com  or 27 N East Street, Lebanon, OH   45036.

 

Sep 6, 2019 Manager, Grant Writing & Fund Development Cincinnati Youth Collaborative Full Time This exciting opportunity combines the best of all worlds in the non-profit arena...grant writing, fund development and event planning. The position comes with a full benefits package including choice Details
Billie Sue Toepfer

Cincinnati Youth Collaborative

HR@cycyouth.org

5133635212

567 Full Link



Full Time

This exciting opportunity combines the best of all worlds in the non-profit arena...grant writing, fund development and event planning. The position comes with a full benefits package including choice of medical, dental , vision, fsa/hsa availability, company paid life, short and long term disability insurances, retirement plan with a company match, and extensive paid time off benefits. 

Sep 6, 2019 JCG Program Support Administrative Assistant Cincinnati Youth Collaborative Full Time One of our City's premier programs helping youth with the 3 E's (Education, Employment & Enlistment), the Jobs for Cincinnati Graduates, has an opportunity available for a program support administ Details
Billie Sue Toepfer

Cincinnati Youth Collaborative

HR@cycyouth.org

5133635212

568 Full Link



Full Time

One of our City's premier programs helping youth with the 3 E's (Education, Employment & Enlistment), the Jobs for Cincinnati Graduates, has an opportunity available for a program support administrative assistant. Be a part of this great team! As a full-time employee, you will receive a full benefits package including choice of medical, dental, vision, fsa/hsa availability, company paid life, short and long term disability insurances, retirement plan with a company match, and extensive paid time off benefits. 

Aug 23, 2019 Crafts with Conviction Coordinator Crayons to Computers Full Time   Job Posting   Crayons to Computers is seeking a Crafts with Conviction Coordinator to oversee a complex partnership between Crayons and the Ohio D Details
Adam Fischer

Crayons to Computers

afischer@crayons2comptuers.org


561 Full Link



Full Time

 

Job Posting 

 Crayons to Computers is seeking a Crafts with Conviction Coordinator to oversee a complex partnership between Crayons and the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections. The program includes budgeting, planning, coordination, production, and administration. This full-time role includes early evening and weekend hours and reports to the Director of Programs. 

Principle Duties and Responsibilities include: 

  • Raw materials/supplies ordering, movement of materials, and tracking of all aspects of inventory. 

  • Manage facility relationships, including communication, visits to facilities and appreciation of the contributions of the facilities. 

  • Communication related to new products information and highlights as well as stocking product in the store and through Mobile Outreach Program. 

  • Strategic and administrative functions including new product development, budgeting, grant support, involvement in community relationships. 

 Requirements: 

A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree and 3 years of work experience are required. The ideal candidate: 

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

  • Multi-tasks with ease amidst changing priorities 

  • Is skilled at time management for productivity 

  • Is knowledgeable about program/project management 

  • Maintains attention to detail 

  • Is a strong problem-solver and exhibits creativity 

  • Is self-motivated and does not require close supervision 

  • Possesses excellent oral and written communication skills 

  • Is a team-player and collaborator 

  • Is skilled at customer service 

  • Is proficient with Microsoft Office 

  • Has reliable transportation to and from work 

  • Has a valid driver’s license, is comfortable driving a 16 ft. box truck and cargo van and meets our insurance requirements 

  • Is physically able to pull and restock store inventory (may require lifting up to 50 lbs.) 

  • Successfully completes a background check and drug test 

 Salary and Benefits: 

  • Salary range:  $34,000 - $36,000 

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

 How to ApplySend an e-mail with “Crafts with Conviction Coordinator.” in the subject line to afischer@crayons2computers.org by September 6. Include cover letter and resume. 

 About Crayons to Computers 

Cincinnati nonprofit Crayons to Computers works to level the playing field in the classroom by providing students in need the tools to succeed in school. The Teacher Free Store enables teachers from eligible schools to “shop” 10 times per school year for classroom supplies while the Mobile Outreach Program transports a subset of the store to distant schools. All product is 100% free of charge. Since its inception in 1997, Crayons to Computers has distributed more than $160 million worth of basic school supplies, educational tools and incentive items. With more than 450 schools and nearly 12,000 teachers eligible to shop, Crayons strives to serve nearly 119,000 children in need across 16 counties in the Greater Cincinnati area. 

Aug 21, 2019 Counselor for Persons in Substance Use Disorder Treatment - LCDC III or LSW/LPC Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services Full Time GCB has an immediate opening for a SUD Counselor (Substance Use Disorder) at our Glenway location! This position is part of Break Free Cincinnati. This position is a full time job and eligible fo Details
Claire McCandless

Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services

cmccandless@gcbhs.com

513-354-7035

557 Full Link


Full Time

GCB has an immediate opening for a SUD Counselor (Substance Use Disorder) at our Glenway location! This position is part of Break Free Cincinnati. This position is a full time job and eligible for a full benefits package! 

The ideal candidate will have a LCDC III or be licensed as a LPC or LSW and have experience working with individuals substance use disorder and/or mental health treatment.  We offer free continuing education credits to maintain your license and tuition assistance benefits to obtain your master's degree ($1,500 per semester for MSW or MA in Counseling).

Position Responsibilities for SUD Counselor:   

  • Completes diagnostic assessments and treatment planning with individuals seeking services for concerns regarding addiction.  
  • Facilitates therapeutic cognitive behavioral based groups for substance use treatment.
  • Conducts individual and family counseling sessions to identify the needs/challenges of the client which may be interfering with the recovery process as well as establishing strong support systems beyond the treatment team. 
  • Makes referrals for additional counseling needs as indicated and/or other services that may enhance the client’s quality of life and improve the likelihood of recovery.
  • Provides linkage and/or referrals to community resources such as school, employment, housing, health facilities, or other identified necessary services to enhance the client’s quality of life and improve likelihood of recovery.
  • When needed, provides case management services for the client including contact and coordination of care within the community such as with family members, probation officers, courts, other providers, health insurance companies etc…
  • Meets appropriate standards for service delivery as defined within the organization as well as from regulatory/accrediting bodies. 
  • Pursues adequate and appropriate training so that skills in counseling are enhanced and requirements for certification and/or licensing are met.


Position Requirements for SUD Counselor:

  • Ohio LCDC III, LSW, or LPC required. 
  • Bachelor’s degree in Human Service or Addictions Field preferred.
  • Master’s Level in Social Work or Counseling preferred. 
  • Position requires occasional driving of the employee’s personal vehicle. Valid driver’s license, vehicle, and insurable driving record are required.

GCB has been named a Top Workplace in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky for the 10th straight year!  Please visit our website to learn more about GCBHS.  www.gcbhs.com

Please watch this video to learn more about GCBHS. GCB Video    #LifeChanging
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Nov 30, -0001 Controller Full Time We are currently seeking a detail oriented professional who enjoys working as part of a team for the Controller position.GCB’s mission is to ensure that people with mental illness, add Details
Claire McCandless

Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services

cmccandless@gcbhs.com


565 Full Link


Full Time

We are currently seeking a detail oriented professional who enjoys working as part of a team for the Controller position.

GCB’s mission is to ensure that people with mental illness, addiction, and related challenges live healthy and productive lives.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Oversee the Accounting activities for the accurate and timely issuance of monthly financial reports.   
  • Establish and maintain the accounting software including controls that verify the integrity of all systems, processes and data.
  • Responsible for month-end close activities and financial and account analysis.
  • Oversee the work and manage Accounting staff and their related responsibilities.
  • Responsible for the coordination of work for completion of the annual financial audit.
  • Manages agency financial policies; maintaining compliance with the IRS, GAAP and CARF Standards.
  • Review and/or complete reconciliations of account balances on a monthly basis.
  • Ensures properly reporting of GCB consolidation activity.
  • Prepare reports as directed by the CFO with accuracy and timeliness.
  • Participate in a wide variety of special projects and committees. Assist in implementing necessary processes and procedure improvements as directed by the CFO.
  • Performs other related duties as assigned.

SKILL COMPETENCIES:

  • Knowledge of accounting software and other financial applications.
  • Advanced Excel skills to include creation of pivot tables, VLookup and dashboards.
  • Strong oral and written communications skills with the ability to work well with all levels of colleagues. 
  • Ability to analyze data and document and explain variances.
  • Excellent time management skills for timely completion of data requests.
  • Able to work independently and efficiently.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting. CPA certification preferred.
  • A minimum of three years’ experience in a GAAP environment.
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office products, especially Excel.
  • Strong analytic and analysis skills. 
  • Position requires occasional driving of own vehicle.  Valid driver’s license and vehicle may be required.


GCB has been named a Top Workplace in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky for the 10th straight year!  Please visit our website to learn more about GCBHS.  www.gcbhs.com

Please watch this video to learn more about GCBHS. GCB Video    #LifeChanging
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Nov 30, -0001 Associate, Donor Research United Way of Greater Cincinnati Full Time The Associate, Donor Research is responsible for donor database management and analytics, donor research and tracking, fundraising campaign setup and evaluation, and management of innovation processes Details
Pam Haney

United Way of Greater Cincinnati

pam.haney@uwgc.org

5137627197

569 Full Link



Full Time

The Associate, Donor Research is responsible for donor database management and analytics, donor research and tracking, fundraising campaign setup and evaluation, and management of innovation processes and execution. 

KEY AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY: 

  • Partner with Resource Development (RD) team members to understand and produce insightful reporting and analysis around giving, retention, engagement, demographics, etc. to identify trends and opportunities and support strategic planning leveraging Customer Relationship Management (CRM) databases.
  • Develop and maintain dashboards, scorecards and other reporting necessary to monitor current results and measure progress toward goals.
  • Assist in the development and implementation of a year-round strategic tracking platform that ensures visibility to the effectiveness of RD revenue generation and donor engagement strategies. Collaborate with other RD and IT staff to conduct in-depth analysis when necessary.
  • Partner with the Director, Revenue Innovation & Strategy to develop and execute a revenue innovation program. Coordinate with outside research agencies and manage relationships. Track budgets and provide up-to-date status reports when requested.
  • Manage donor research programs and processes as directed.
  • Ensure the CRM database and process is managed and leveraged, analyzing data and reports for opportunity and risk identification.
  • Collaborate with the Development team to maintain integrity of donor data.
  • Effectively and efficiently complete activities and meet target deadlines in order to execute successful events.
  • Organize and facilitate additional projects and ongoing organizational activities.
  • Attend functions and conferences on behalf of the organization to build relationships and connections. 

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: 

  • Bachelor’s degree in a related field or equivalent experience.
  • Two to three years previous experience in database management.
  • Demonstrated experience leveraging CRM a plus (SalesForce and/or StratusLive preferred).
  • Strong analytical skills, using multiple data sources.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Ability to multi-task and make sound decisions quickly and accurately.
  • Ability to work independently.
  • Detail oriented with strong database management skills.
  • Familiarity with consumer research preferred.

 

RELATED CORE COMPETIENCIES:  Accountability, Integrity, Leadership, Interpersonal communication skills, Time/project management skills 

Applicants should apply by Friday, September 20, 2019 via the link below: 

https://jobapply.page.link/nLKG 

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

Sep 4, 2019 Administrative Assistant, GEAR UP e Cincinnati Youth Collaborative Part Time Details
Billie Sue Toepfer

Cincinnati Youth Collaborative

HR@cycyouth.org

5133635212

566 Full Link



Part Time

Aug 22, 2019 Administrative Assistant ProKids Full Time ProKids is seeking a full-time Administrative Assistant to serve on the Community Development team. To apply, please submit your resume and cover letter to commdev@prokids.org via email by Sept. 19, Details
Kara Feltrup

ProKids

kfeltrup@prokids.org

5134876441

559 Full Link



Full Time

ProKids is seeking a full-time Administrative Assistant to serve on the Community Development team.

To apply, please submit your resume and cover letter to commdev@prokids.org via email by Sept. 19, 2019. Note that ProKids does not accept phone call inquiries.

POSITION FOCUS: Provides administrative support to ProKids office staff and and volunteers. Creates an aesthetically pleasing and supportive environment to help maximize outcomes for children and cultivation of volunteers and donors.

EXPERIENCE REQUIRED: Basic office management and administration duties required. Superior knowledge of Microsoft Office software, including Excel, PowerPoint and Word required. Knowledge of child welfare issues, nonprofit, fundraising and volunteer management preferred.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Will operate a PC; required to talk and hear in large crowds or busy environments; regularly required to walk and reach with hands and arms; will occasionally lift and/or move up to 20 pounds.

SUPERVISED BY: Events & Creative Manager

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

RESPONSIBILITIES

1. Responsible for coverage of all receptionist duties between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., including, but not limited to:

   Answering, transferring, and relaying of all phone calls.
    Receiving and directing all visitors.
    Processing and distribution of all mail.
    Delegating and/or securing coverage when not available.
    Maintaining the appearance and usefulness of all common areas.

2. Maintain the office calendar and room reservations.

3. Provides administrative support to ProKids office staff and volunteers.

4. Attend & provide support with all development activities and events.

5. Responsible for planning/organizing monthly staff meetings.

6. Responsible for the distribution of monthly CASA Update and Insider Update.

7. Responsible for “This Week at ProKids.”

8. Responsible for printing, packaging and distribution of all Perfect Gift sales.

9. Responsible for updating and maintenance of general office forms and files.

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

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

12. Assists with the setting and evaluation of all agency goals and objectives, including, but not limited to:

    Recommendation for program changes and improvements.
    Providing raw data.
    Communicating all financial needs and expenses.

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

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

15. Other duties as assigned by Supervisor.

PROGRAM: COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT TEAM

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