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Development Coordinator – St. Louis Walk to Defeat ALS®, Ice Bucket Bash, Community Partner Events

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Education & Outreach Manager

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Digital Content Editor

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Development Associate –Annual Giving and Corporate Development

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Special Events Coordinator

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Senior Associate Director of Medical Development, Alumni and Development Programs

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Family Support Network Program Director

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Director – Illinois Region, Illinois Division

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Healthy Lifestyles Specialist

Purpose: The Healthy Lifestyles Specialist will be responsible for overseeing coordination, implementation, and management of the day-to-day operations of the following program areas: healthy lifestyles, recreation and athletics and aquatics, and character counts.

Reports to: Director of Programs

The Healthy Lifestyles Specialist is responsible for the following duties:

  • Design and implement creative youth recreation activities and organized sports for the Club
  • Maintain diversified daily lesson plans around physical education and team building activities
  • Health and safety- Ensure a healthy and safe environment. Ensure that facilities, equipment, and supplies are maintained; update inventory of sporting equipment
  • Manages athletic events including the set-up and clean-up, ensuring that events are safe.
  • Schedule all games and sporting events for every sport each season
  • Utilize/Maximize skills and abilities of auxiliary staff, interns or volunteers to diversify sports programs
  • Design and implement curriculum which incorporates activities that promote the development of social emotional skills
  • Observe and track youth goals and outcomes as it pertains to healthy lifestyles programming
  • Organize and conduct sports clinics, utilizing additional staff and volunteers as necessary
  • Develop, distribute, and enforce rules and practices for the club’s sports leagues
  • Monitor and evaluate participation, compile and report related data
  • Expose members to skill building, educational, and athletic opportunities
  • Collect & report ongoing data for evaluation, outcomes assessments, and program promotion; maintain accurate records
  • Build and sustain relationships with youth, parents, and staff
  • Actively participate in all training sessions and meetings
  • Collaborate with peers and supervision
  • Ensure that youth development principles are incorporated into all program activities
  • Understand and communicate the Club’s philosophy and goals to youth, parents, and community
  • Complete other duties as assigned for the overall operations of the club Coach Club basketball teams
  • Evaluate effectiveness of activity through measuring outcomes as well as through actively seeking feedback from participating youth
  • Promote health, wellness, social wellbeing, and safety
  • Develop sports camps
  • Develop a system to solicit team sponsors for sports teams
  • Implement physical education, healthy lifestyles, character counts, and physical health (fitness, nutrition, etc.) curriculum
  • Assist children with homework assignments and acquiring study and concentrations skills
  • Build and sustain relationships with youth, parents, and staff
  • Actively participate in all training sessions and meetings
  • Collaborate with peers and supervision
  • Ensure that youth development principles are incorporated into all program activities
  • Participate in all Sanctuary Model trainings and actively incorporate Sanctuary Model/Trauma-informed programming
  • Understand and communicate the Club’s philosophy and goals to youth, parents, and community
  • Complete other duties as assigned for the overall operations of the club

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s in Physical Education or BA in Parks & Recreation
  • Experience working within a Boys & Girls Club, YMCA, summer camp or school setting preferred
  • 2 years’ experience and relative skills for working with youth ages 6-18
  • Previous experience and demonstrated ability to coach organized sports for youth
  • Experience coaching both boys & girls
  • Must have demonstrated capacity to coach more than one sport (football, soccer, field hockey, softball/baseball, basketball, volleyball, etc.)
  • Knowledge of youth development and best practices
  • Strong communication skills both oral and written
  • Strong leadership skills including problem solving and program implementation
  • Ability to work with a team and individually
  • Experience developing and running Athletic leagues
  • Demonstrated experience implementing Health and Physical Education curriculum
  • Awareness of and sensitivity to cultural and socioeconomic characteristics of populations served
  • Experience with children and youth
  • Must be willing to obtain 23 passenger bus license

Please note: This position is a 90-day temporary hire, with the potential to be hired on permanently or for the summer season.

Salary Range: $15-20/hour depending on education and experience

Application Information:

To apply please send cover letter and resume to Elyse Kupfer at ekupfer@gsgbcstl.org

 

St. Louis Public Radio | 90.7 KWMU, St. Louis’ NPR member station and a service of the University of Missouri – St. Louis, is seeking an experienced, organized and creative problem solver to serve as our Fundraising Data Manager, who will manage the station’s donor database and its coordination with other integrated data systems.

We’re looking for someone who knows and loves fundraising. St. Louis Public Radio’s mission is to help people become deeply informed about the issues that affect their lives, better prepared to make decisions and more engaged in our community. The Fundraising Data Manager will further that mission through technical aptitude and a healthy sense of curiosity, along with the professional experiences in data management and fundraising that the job title asserts. Success factors for this position are the same as they are across our non-profit, member-supported organization: a great candidate will be able to work on deadline, prioritize, plan and communicate effectively.

The Fundraising Data Manager will work in the development department at STLPR and with others throughout the station to support multi-channel fundraising, stewardship efforts, events and multi-media marketing campaigns. They will also supervise data maintenance and entry standards and develop policies and procedures for donor and prospect data management and integrity. This is a mid-level position aimed at a fundraising professional who wants to work with a capable, thoughtful team. The Data Fundraising Manager job will provide ample opportunities to learn and to lead.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Substantial professional experience managing data and CRM systems in a fundraising or related setting;
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office suite, Google Office suite, Adobe Acrobat and social media platforms;
  • Excellent written and verbal communication and customer service skills;
  • Technical aptitude, forward-thinking curiosity and problem-solving skills;
  • Ability to exercise sound judgment, manage time effectively, prioritize and multitask;
  • Willingness to demonstrate initiative as a team member to achieve high performance goals and meet deadlines;
  • Ability to quickly become proficient in the station’s donor software and other industry-related software.

Knowledge of and appreciation for public radio is a plus.

The Fundraising Data Manager position is unique and vital to St. Louis Public Radio’s operation. If you have questions before applying, please do to reach out to our Associate Development Director, Denice Hamilton, with inquiries. Email dhamilton@stlpublicradio.orgor call (314) 516-6488.

Application Instructions:

St. Louis Public Radio is a service of the University of Missouri – St. Louis. In order to be considered for this position, you must visit UMSL’s employment site and complete an online application. Job ID: 28281.

DEPARTMENT:  Development

REPORTS TO:   Vice President, Development

CLASSIFICATION: FT, Exempt

Position Summary

The Director of Development will play a key role in overseeing and implementing a portfolio of annual revenue generating events and annual fund programs aimed at furthering the organization’s mission. The ideal candidate will be creative and entrepreneurial with the ability to execute high-quality special events that meet or exceed annual goals while leading the organization’s annual fund.  This position also oversees the organization’s Young Professionals committee, as well as third-party fundraising activities. The director will identify, cultivate and solicit donors; develop and strengthen positive relationships with donors and our corporate partners, friends, and volunteers; maintain accurate records and information on activities and donors.

Core Functions

  • Develop the overall planning and management of major fundraising and donor cultivation events.
  • Work closely with senior leadership, event chairs, committees, honorees and board members.
  • Oversee all event vendor management including vendor production schedules and contracts.
  • Participates in soliciting and cultivating corporate sponsorships and individual donors.
  • Creates and maintain an annual events calendar.
  • Identifies and creates post-event analytics/evaluation with a focus on sustainability and return on investment analysis.
  • Provides regular updates on event progress and financials to department partners.
  • Tracks event expenses and manages event budget in coordination with the finance department.
  • Contributes to the development of the quarterly and yearly fundraising budget and goals.
  • Oversees the design and production of materials, ensuring consistent branding.
  • Partners with other members of the external relations team on effective event marketing strategies and campaigns inclusive of acknowledgments, solicitations, and announcements.
  • Supervises the donor tracking and acknowledgment process.
  • Leads the annual appeal, tele-funding, online fundraising, and third-party fundraising efforts.
  • Supports the gift planning solicitations process as necessary.
  • Partners with Director, Corporate Relations particularly around special event support and corporate underwriting for events.
  • Builds a team of supporters and volunteers.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Core Competencies

  • Must have considerable knowledge of database management, capacity, and usage, preferably with Raiser’s Edge NXT.
  • Must be knowledgeable with computer software such as Microsoft Office and Excel.
  • Must have superior data analytics skills and the ability to produce and understand complex financial and fundraising reports.
  • Excellent attention to detail and the ability to produce accurate, thorough, and timely work
  • Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • Outstanding organizational skills: the ability to plan, to juggle many and varied priorities
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, including direct communication, and the ability to keep focused on the overall goals and mission.
  • The ability to work closely and effectively with senior and executive management, volunteers, and members of the Board of Directors.
  • Able to manage and embrace change.
  • Highly resourceful team-player, with the ability to also be extremely effective independently.
  • Proven ability to handle confidential information with discretion, be adaptable to various competing demands, and demonstrate the highest level of customer service.
  • Demonstrated ability to achieve high performance goals and meet deadlines in a fast paced environment.
  • Proven ability to work with volunteers, major funders, grantors and corporate underwriters.
  • Proven ability to direct successful annual fundraising campaigns.
  • Dedication to stewardship of donor gifts: prompt and accurate reporting of the uses of contributions; support of donor wishes; appropriate donor acknowledgment.
  • Ability to direct multiple vendors and staff to achieve specified goals; ability to translate programming opportunities into successful fundraising efforts as appropriate.
  • Ability to motivate staff and to enlist staff agency-wide in helping with development efforts.
  • Proven front-line fundraiser with the demonstrated skill in closing gifts and delivering outstanding special event programs.

Contacts

Internal:  Regular interaction with all development staff with regard to organization, administration and database integrity and maintenance.  Will interact with other program and administrative personnel with regard to development needs.

External:  Regular interaction with vendors, donor prospects and other organizations as a

Representative of the organization.  Will regularly interact with volunteers and donors at all levels.

Employees Supervised

Reporting Directly: Development Associate

Annual Budgetary Responsibilities:   Responsible for special event revenue and expenses including underwriting goals, annual fund goals, online fundraising goals, and Young Professional objectives.

Qualifications

Education:  Bachelor’s Degree

Experience: 4-6 years fundraising and special event experience and 6-10 years’ minimum professional experience. Experience with Raisers Edge NXT or comparable databases; experience with strong working knowledge of PC application software (word, excel, etc.)

Other: Certifications – CFRE, CMP, CSEP, preferred. Regular overnight travel involved.

ADA Requirements – Working Conditions

None Occasionally Frequently Constantly
X Lifting—max weight     25     lbs.
X Carrying—max weight    25     lbs.
X Pushing
X Pulling
X X Standing for extended periods
X X Moving about on foot
X Sitting for extended periods
X Climbing and/or balancing
X Stooping and/or kneeling and crawling
X Reaching above shoulder level
X Handling, seizing, holding
X Manipulating objects with fingers
X Communicating by speaking
X Hearing ability
X Clear vision beyond 20 feet
X Clear near vision
X Peripheral vision
X Adjust focus to changes in distance
X Full color vision to identify objects
X Twisting
X Grasping (Light/Firm)
X X Stressful Situations
X Driving Requirements
X Use Of Machinery Required (i.e. computer)
X Paid Overtime
X Strong Odors

 

Application Information:

Interested applicants should apply online at www.joineasterseals.com

DEPARTMENT:  Development

REPORTS TO:  Director of Development

CLASSIFICATION: FT, Exempt

Position Summary

The Development Associate, Special Projects is responsible for implementing special event fundraising and cultivation strategies, annual fund projects along with other administrative duties including database management.  This position will coordinate fundraising initiatives and activities for the entire Easterseals Midwest territory, which spans across the state of Missouri.  Responsibilities include budgeting, planning and executing a number of events to include: galas, golf tournaments, auctions, house parties, trivia nights, fundraising luncheons, cause marketing campaigns, and educational forums.  This position will also be cross-trained in maintaining and supervising the stakeholder database(s), for producing both basic and advanced reports, gift entry and letter processing, and for reconciling financial statements each month with the accounting department.  This position will also be the lead in managing any and all special event technologies.

Principle Function

  • Responsible for creating effective fundraising campaigns and tracking the results of the events. This involves contacting potential donors, maintaining relationships with existing donors, guiding fundraising events and creating and submitting reports that describe the progress and effectiveness of each campaign or event.
  • Maintains accurate records of donations particularly around in-kind and special project related activities.
  • Working with other team members, the Development Associate will be involved in identifying and reporting about possible events including third-party fundraising activities, annual fund operations and the like.
  • Provides administrative support for grant writing efforts, assists in organizing newsletters and other communication materials.
  • Will organization and maintain accurate records, communicate with donors and manage a calendar of events.

Core Functions

  • Coordinates day-to-day duties to support execution of the organizations fundraising events, annual fund, and special projects.
  • With support from the Director of Development, plans, budgets, and executes organizational events.
  • Partners with other members of the team to solicit event sponsors and supporters, including in-kind auction donations, while keeping detailed solicitation lists, donor outreach information and providing communication follow-up.
  • Partners in the coordination of event committee activities to ensure a quality volunteer experience.
  • Uses digital event and auction management tools, keeping the information up-to-date and accurate, to ensure a smooth donor experience.
  • Partners in obtaining, evaluating, and makes recommendations, on vendor proposals.
  • Serves as a contact for all special event vendors while supporting on-site management of event logistics.
  • Coordinates and supports third-party fundraising programs by serving as the main point of contact for inquiries and donor partners, and represents the organization at third-party events as needed.
  • Maintains special event and third-party contracts; ensures compliance with organizational guidelines and requirements while maintaining event donor history, attendance, and other event-related information in the stakeholder database.
  • Partners with marketing team on the design and production of event materials, including save-the-dates, invitations, programs, and various event collateral.
  • Provides general administrative support for the development department leadership team that includes but is not limited to submitting and tracking invoices and submits check requests to supervisors and accounts payable in a timely manner.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Core Competencies       

  • Must have knowledge of database management, capacity, and usage, preferably with Raiser’s Edge NXT, as well as digital event and auction management tools.
  • Must be knowledgeable with computer software such as Microsoft Office and Excel.
  • Must have superior data analytics skills and the ability to produce and understand complex financial and fundraising reports.
  • Excellent attention to detail and the ability to produce accurate, thorough, and timely work
  • Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills.
  • Outstanding organizational skills: the ability to plan, to juggle many and varied priorities
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, including direct communication, generous provision of assistance to fellow team members, readiness to ask for assistance and support, and ability to keep focused on the overall goals and mission.
  • The ability to work closely and effectively with senior and executive management, volunteers, and members of the Board of Directors.
  • Able to manage and embrace change.

Contacts

Internal:  Regular interaction with all development staff about the organization, administration, and special projects.  Will interact with other program and administrative personnel about development needs.            

External:  Regular interaction with vendors, other organizations, volunteers, advocates, and donors at all levels.

Employees Supervised/Reporting Directly: None

Annual Budgetary Responsibilities: Limited

Qualifications

Education:  Bachelor’s degree preferred with 2 years of experience or 4-6 years’ experience in nonprofit

special events in lieu of degree.

Experience:  Previous experience and demonstrated skill in fundraising event administration, planning,

and other general fundraising activities.

ADA Requirements – Working Conditions

None Occasionally Frequently Constantly
X Lifting—max weight     25     lbs.
X Carrying—max weight    25     lbs.
X Pushing/Pulling
X Standing for extended periods
X Moving about on foot
X Sitting for extended periods
X Climbing and/or balancing
X Stooping and/or kneeling and crawling
X Reaching above shoulder level
X Handling, seizing, holding
X Manipulating objects with fingers
X Communicating by speaking
X Hearing ability
X Clear vision beyond 20 feet
X Clear near vision
X Peripheral vision
X Adjust focus to changes in distance
X Full color vision to identify objects
X Twisting
X Grasping (Light/Firm)
X Stressful Situations
X Driving Requirements
X Use Of Machinery Required (i.e. computer)
X Paid Overtime
X Strong Odors

Application Information:

Interested applicants should apply online at www.joineasterseals.com

 

DEPARTMENT:  Development

REPORTS TO:  Director of Development, Corporate Relations

CLASSIFICATION: FT, Exempt

Position Summary

The Development Associate, Database is responsible for managing the development stakeholder database and the department’s administrative activities to ensure efficient development office operations.  This position is responsible for building, maintaining, and supervising the use of the stakeholder database(s), for producing both basic and advanced reports, for gift entry and letter processing, and for reconciling financial statements each month with the accounting department.

Principle Function

  • Maintains the development database is an accurate and up to date manner. Ensures that all donations are recorded properly and that acknowledgment of donations are sent to donors and funding agencies in a timely manner.  Will work with the accounting department to keep track of donations.
  • Create and track fundraising campaigns in the database.
  • Relationship building with potential donors, maintaining relationships with existing donors, partnering in organizing fundraising events and creating and submitting reports that describe the progress and effectiveness of each campaign.
  • Will research funding sources and work with other team members on donor research.
  • Provides administrative support for grant writing efforts, assists in organizing newsletters and other communication materials.
  • Will organization and maintain accurate records, communicate with donors and manage a calendar of events

Core Functions

  • Manages the fundraising database, ensuring gifts are entered, acknowledgments are processed according to department policies, and financial reports are submitted on time to internal and external partners.
  • Implements database policies and procedures, and develops new data management policies as technology or department needs evolve to ensure data is accurate and useful.
  • Provides high-level administrative support including maintaining calendars, processing invoices, arranging meetings and travel, and maintaining filing systems.
  • Works with the team members to coordinate projects with mail houses, telefunding and vendors.
  • Maintains excellent communications with other departments, vendors, donors, and volunteers by responding courteously to inquiries and providing information within the scope of responsibility while maintaining confidentiality.
  • Assists in event coordination including setting up events in multiple databases, tracking RSVPs, donations, and volunteers in the database. Will actively participate in events.
  • Prepares reports and other needed paperwork inaccurate and timely manner.
  • Tracks budget of department expenses and reconcile with accounting and budget regularly.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Core Competencies       

  • Must have considerable knowledge of database management, capacity, and usage, preferably with Raiser’s Edge NXT.
  • Must be knowledgeable with computer software such as Microsoft Office and Excel.
  • Must have superior data analytics skills and the ability to produce and understand complex financial and fundraising reports.
  • Must have the ability to understand and follow complex oral and written instructions.
  • Must have strong problem-solving skills and attention to detail.
  • Must be able to work with complex tasks and constantly changing priorities.
  • Must have the ability to manage and embrace change.

Contacts

Internal:  Regular interaction with all development staff about the organization, administration, and special projects.  Will interact with other program and administrative personnel about development needs

External: Regular interaction with vendors, other organizations, volunteers, advocates, and donors at all levels.

Employees Supervised/Reporting Directly: None

Annual Budgetary Responsibilities: Limited

Qualifications 

Education:  Bachelor’s degree preferred with 2 years of experience, or 3-5 years’ experience in nonprofit data management in lieu of degree.

Experience:  Previous experience and demonstrated skill in fundraising administration and operations.

ADA Requirements – Working Conditions

None Occasionally Frequently Constantly
X Lifting—max weight     25     lbs.
X Carrying—max weight    25     lbs.
X Pushing/Pulling
X Standing for extended periods
X Moving about on foot
X Sitting for extended periods
X Climbing and/or balancing
X Stooping and/or kneeling and crawling
X Reaching above shoulder level
X Handling, seizing, holding
X Manipulating objects with fingers
X Communicating by speaking
X Hearing ability
X Clear vision beyond 20 feet
X Clear near vision
X Peripheral vision
X Adjust focus to changes in distance
X Full color vision to identify objects
X Twisting
X Grasping (Light/Firm)
X Stressful Situations
X Driving Requirements
X Use Of Machinery Required (i.e. computer)
X Paid Overtime
X Strong Odors

Application Information:

Interested applicants should apply online at www.joineasterseals.com

Purpose of the Position:

Events sponsored by Mathews-Dickey Boys’ & Girls’ Club are designed to reflect the vision and mission of the organization: that of providing youth development opportunities to those children who are most in need.  The position is key to our success and requires a highly organized, creative, detail oriented and motivated person to serve as the lead for event planning and execution.

Events include two major fundraising events and a variety of events designed to engage our participants and their families including job fairs, career exploration workshops, trivia night, trophy showcase and donor events. The organization prides itself on bringing creative ideas to these events including an understanding of concert management and ticket sales for the two major fundraising events.

Major Duties and Responsibilities:

Serve as the lead for event planning, management and production.

Event Planning and Production Management includes, but is not limited to:

  • Create and manage the timeline, program and task list for all Mathews-Dickey hosted events.
  • Lead all event planning and production meetings and discussions.
  • Organize and lead collaboration with the Marketing Team on event concept, graphic design/production/printing, and event marketing.
  • Negotiate costs and services with vendors: book event space, arrange food and beverage, order all supplies/decorations, coordinate audiovisual equipment & operation, make travel arrangements.
  • Secure volunteers manage the staff and volunteers working the event.
  • Secure entertainment, review speeches, write scripts, coordinate rehearsals.
  • Work with the venue to create/revise room layouts/seating arrangements for each event as necessary.
  • Create event sponsorship packages and work with the development department in securing sponsorships.
  • Organize and manage the invitation, registration and attendee check in processes.
  • Manage the follow-up with vendors, sponsors and staff members following each event.

Event Administration includes but is not limited to:

  • Assist in preparing budgets and provide periodic progress reports to staff and board.
  • Keep track of event finances including requests, invoicing and reporting.
  • Research venue options, coordinate appointments and visit to see venue space; schedule events
  • Prepare and modify event contracts as requested.

Qualifications Required:

B.A./B.S. degree

  • 3 + years of prior experience coordinating large (500+guests) special events.
  • Experience with integrating social media into event planning and execution.
  • Experience in managing VIPs, C-level executives and celebrities.
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Superior time management skills, multi-tasking abilities.
  • Budget management and negotiation skills
  • Ability to work independently
  • Excellent interpersonal skills with a high level of professionalism.
  • Highly organized

The position reports to the Associate Development Director.  Please send cover letter and resume to Sara Paracha sparacha@mathews-dickey.com with subject “Application: Director of Special Events”.

 

 

 

General Administrative Office, St. Peters, MO

The St. Charles City-County Library has an immediate opening for a full time Development Specialist to work closely with the Director of Development on all aspects of fundraising. Primary responsibilities of this position will include managing the donor database, social media accounts and website for the Foundation and Friends of the Library. Will also assist with annual fundraising events.

Requirements:

  • Highly organized and detail oriented
  • Capable of managing multiple tasks and meeting deadlines with minimal direction.
  • Strong communication, presentation, and publication, skills
  • Proficiency with fundraising/donor databases, social media, Microsoft Office and Google applications

Full job description and requirements can be found on our website: youranswerplace.org

We offer a full benefit package which includes medical, dental and vision insurance, life & disability insurance, defined life-time benefit pension plan, deferred compensation (457) plan with employer contribution, and a generous amount of paid time off.

The starting salary is $37,512.00

The St. Charles City-County Library is a Kaleidoscope of Discovery! With an operating budget of over $19 million, our twelve library branches are located in some of the fasted growing communities in Missouri, and poised to grow right along with them. The future looks bright. Join us!

For immediate consideration, please submit resume with SCCCL employment application to HR@stchlibrary.org or by mail to Human Resources Office, 77 Boone Hills Drive, P.O. Box 529, St. Peters, MO 63376, by Monday, January 28, 2019.

The St. Charles City-County Library is committed to diversity and inclusion. The Library provides equal employment opportunities to all applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, national origin, sexual orientation, age, disability, or military status.

FLSA Status: Exempt

Reports to: Share Board of Directors

Summary/Objective

Share Pregnancy and Infant Loss (“Share”) is actively looking for a highly qualified person to succeed our retiring Executive Director. This is an exciting opportunity to lead a growing and influential national non-profit as we expand our reach and take the next steps in our growth.

For more than 40 years, Share has helped hundreds of thousands of parents who have suffered the tragic death of a baby. One in four pregnancies end in loss through miscarriage, stillbirth, or in the first few months of life. Share’s mission is to support those affected by a loss in their life-long journey of grief and healing.

Share’s next Executive Director will have a strong foundation upon which to build a vision for the future. A passion to work on behalf of bereaved parents, along with a strong track record of non-profit management, are critical competencies to bring to this important role.

The Executive Director provides strategic leadership for the organization by working with the Board of Directors and the staff to establish and execute long-range goals, strategies, plans, policies and bylaws.

Essential Functions

As the Share Executive Director, you will be expected to:

  • Direct and provide operational and financial management of the National Office.
  • Develop and implement strategies for executing Share’s mission and meeting strategic objectives.
  • Provide executive leadership to ensure awareness, mission and organizational relationships are effective and in place.
  • Drive fundraising efforts to grow available budget resources and achieve strategic goals and objectives. Proven history of successful fundraising is highly desired.
  • Represent and support the organization both locally and nationally. History of using existing networks as well as growing new networks to support an organization’s goals is highly desired.
  • Lead all diversity and inclusion efforts.
  • Perform other related duties as required.

Leadership Attributes and Competencies

  • Strategic thinking.
  • Mission drive.
  • Goal oriented and driven for results.
  • Operational and financial excellence.
  • Relationship and collaboration builder.
  • Visionary and effective decision maker.

Work Environment

Position operates in a professional office environment. Office equipment is used but not limited to; computer, phones, copiers and filing systems. Travel (approximately 15%) will be by automobile and air, including overnight. This is a full-time exempt level position and may require work on the weekends.

Reasonable accommodations may be made for individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.

Minimum Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree in health-related field, non-profit management, or business management.
  • Five years of senior management experience in non-profit or business management.
  • Five years of supervising teams and/or employees.
  • Five years of successful fundraising, development, and financial management.
  • Experience working with Board of Directors.

This position description does not state or imply that these are the only duties to be performed, functions and responsibilities may change at the discretion of the Board of Directors and when necessary.

Preferred Education and Experience

  • Graduate level degree in health-related field, non-profit management, or business management.
  • Ten years of senior management experience in non-profit or business management.
  • Ten years of successful development, fundraising and financial management.

Share is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Interested applicants should email their Resume and Cover Letter to Board President, Brian Henry at brian_j_henry@hotmail.com.

Growth minded, Entrepreneurial SENIOR LEADER For A Cause Driven Organization.

Do you know someone who is passionate about making a difference in the lives of youth in our community?

Do you know someone who is a strong leader ready to embark on their next career opportunity?

Do you know someone who would be energized by the opportunity to interact with high profile high net worth individuals in the St. Louis area?

With over 12,000 locations in over 119 countries, the YMCA has a staggering impact on the world’s youth.  Compared to most YMCAs, the YMCA of the Ozarks is a zebra among horses.

This is a rare opportunity to bring an entrepreneurial mindset and innovative approach into a non-profit cause driven organization.

If you are someone looking to go from success to significance, or grow beyond sales into leading an organization to greatness this is the opportunity for you!

The YMCA of the Ozarks is a hotel, corporate event facility, and youth camp located among 5,200 beautifully wooded acres with a private 360-acre lake, located just 90 minutes south of St. Louis.  Splitting time between both the facility and St. Louis, the ideal candidate will be leading a team of 40 FT, 150 PT and 140 seasonal staff serving over 40,000 guests and campers annually.

General Description

Since 1947, YMCA Camp Lakewood is where kids have come in the summer time to have fun, learn new skills, make new friends, and to simply be a kid. Today, Camp Lakewood provides a well-rounded outdoor experience for over 2,000 campers each year. With forest-covered hills, caves, creeks and more, there are many opportunities for natural exploration and experiential learning. Whether it’s campfires, swimming, archery, climbing tower, zipline, sports, canoeing, cookouts, fishing, kayaking or a multitude of camp games, every camper delights in waking up with a renewed sense of excitement as to what new activities each day at camp will bring.

YMCA Trout Lodge is a year-round recreational conference retreat center, including a 75 room hotel and 20 family cabins. Trout Lodge recently received $4.2M in renovations and has another $2.3M in capital improvements planned as part of our association’s $70M comprehensive capital campaign. Trout Lodge and Camp Lakewood combine to form the largest branch in the association with a $6.3M budget.

Overall, the YMCA of the Ozarks are supported by one of the largest branch endowments in the Association; currently over $5.4 million dollars in donations and pledges. The branch also generates $360,000 from annual contributions led by a passionate group of 30 volunteer board members. This is a wonderful opportunity for an experienced leader that is growth oriented and able to develop a team that will support the camp and conference center’s growth.  For more information about the YMCA of the Ozarks please visit www.gwrymca.org.

General Function:

The under the direction of the Executive Vice President and COO, the selected candidate will oversee the total operation of the YMCA of the Ozarks – Trout Lodge and Camp Lakewood, including operational leadership, volunteer and staff development, financial development and growing camp’s participation and retention along with increasing the conference center’s use by building strong community relations throughout the region.

The ideal candidate will possess a strong growth and entrepreneurial mindset. Candidates must demonstrate successful experience in executing growth strategies, sales process and generating top line revenues.  Preferably, this would be in camps, recreation facilities, resorts, event planning or hotel/conference center management. Candidates will also need to demonstrate success in developing major gifts, planned gifts and board development.

If you’re looking for an opportunity to grow not just manage something, this is for you.

If you’re looking for a team that is ready for the challenge, this is for you.

If you’re looking for some of the best scenery in the country, this is for you.

If you’re looking for a strong active board that has your back, this is for you.

If you’re looking for the most unique YMCA in the country, this is for you.

If you’re looking for the opportunity to change lives, this is for you.

If this is what you seek, we want you.

 COMPANY BENEFITS:

Along with a highly competitive pay structure, the Gateway Region YMCA provides exceptional benefits which include the following:

  • Affordable quality healthcare (medical, dental, vision options)
  • Short Term, Long Term Disability and Life Insurance provided at no additional cost
  • Employer funded retirement plan after two years of service with immediate vesting and the ability to add additional earnings from first day of employment
  • YMCA membership for employee, spouse and dependents
  • Generous paid time off package
  • Exceptional career opportunities
  • A challenging and fun work environment with creative, talented and diverse individuals

Flexible Housing

Selected candidate will have the flexibility to live off site and will be provided staff housing while at the branch. The expectation of time spent on site is approximately 50% of their time needs to be at the branch during the fall/winter/spring and 100% of their time in the summer months.

QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS

Education:  Bachelor’s Degree in recreation, human services, business or equivalent

Experience:  Executive level experience in a YMCA, Nonprofit Agency or Business

Special skills:

  • Excellent interpersonal, oral communication and writing skills
  • Sales and Marketing of services
  • Possess a high level of organizational knowledge, experience and proficiency
  • Ability to successfully lead, recruit and develop staff and volunteers of all levels
  • Possess and demonstrate commitment and passion for mission-centered objectives
  • Master conflict resolution skills and crisis management proficiencies
  • Demonstrate innovative thinking and change capacity

The Gateway Region YMCA is a Drug Free Workplace and is committed to the policy of Equal Opportunity prohibiting discrimination in employment because of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, sexual orientation, political affiliation, age, genetic information, disability or veteran status.

About the YMCA

The Gateway Region YMCA has been serving the bi-state region for more than 165 years as one of the leading health and human service organizations in the St. Louis metropolitan area.  The Gateway Region Y was formed by a strategic alliance of the YMCA of Southwest Illinois and the YMCA of Greater St Louis in 2015.  The Y has 24 traditional branch locations, 5 non-facility branches and Trout Lodge/Camp Lakewood and more than 120 program sites throughout the bi-state region covering St. Louis City, seven Missouri counties, and six counties in southwest Illinois. The Gateway Region Y has a $70 million budget, serves more than 270,000 members and program participants, engages more than 7,000 volunteers and provides safe, reliable childcare for nearly 4,600 children.  Y facilities provide community gathering and recreational areas, as well as fitness centers, swimming pools, childcare facilities, sports programming, student volunteer centers and learning labs for all ages.  The association provided more than $6 million in direct and indirect financial assistance last year to strengthen our communities.

The Gateway Region Y has an organizational focus on youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. Currently, our Y is embarking on a $70 million Comprehensive Capital Campaign to help us expand and support our strategic plan.  As one of the region’s largest non-profits, the Y provides a way for communities to come together and strengthen their foundation. For more information about the Gateway Region YMCA please visit www.gwrymca.org.

How to Apply: https://www.gwrymca.org/careers-y
Resumes Accepted Until January 31, 2019

 

 

MISSION OF GIRL SCOUTING

Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence and character, who make the world a better place. All employees are expected to fully support the work and mission of the organization.

SCOPE AND RESPONSIBILITIES 

This position is responsible for overseeing all fundraising activities of the Council. The Chief Development Officer (CDO) fosters a culture of philanthropy within and outside the organization, assures Council culture, systems, and procedures support fund development and vice versa, and leads staff and volunteers to incorporate philanthropy and fund development within the organization. Plans, coordinates, implements, and oversees strategies to develop donors and contributions to support the Council; assures development and maintenance of tracking systems, including but not limited to volunteer and donor management, research and cultivation, gift processing and recognition; and maintains accountability and compliance standards for donors and funding sources. The CDO is responsible for annually raising $2.7M–$3.5M in charitable contributions. Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence and character, who make the world a better place. All employees are expected to fully support the work and mission of the organization.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS and ACCOUNTABILITIES

  • The CDO, together with the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), staff and governing bodies, supports the mission and helps define the direction of the Council.
  • Serves on the Executive Leadership Team and provides vital input in short- and long-term strategic and operational planning and positioning within the Council
  • Prepares and administers the annual plan of work and related budget(s) for the department
  • Develops, carries-out and evaluates a balanced funding mix of donor sources and solicitation programs tailored to the Council that will attract, retain, and motivate donors and fundraising volunteers. Programs include, but are not limited to:
  • Annual Giving
  • Major Gifts
  • Corporate Sponsorships
  • Planning Giving
  • Grant writing (includes United Way)
  • Special Event fundraising
  • Constituent Engagement (Young Alumni, Young Professional Council, Women’s Leadership Network, Alumni Association)
  • Keeps abreast of philanthropic trends, industry issues, and changes in law pertaining to donations
  • Raises funds in support of strategic operational goals of the organization
  • Leads comprehensive effort to identify, cultivate, solicit, and steward donors
  • Collaborates with Finance Department to ensure cash flow from charitable giving is appropriately budgeted and operational expectations are met
  • Ensures attainment of Council fund development activities through the selection, development, motivation, supervision, and evaluation of Fund Development staff
  • Helps establish performance measures, monitors results, and helps CEO, development committees and the Board evaluate the effectiveness of Council’s Fund Development Program
  • Serves as primary staff liaison to Fund Development Committee, Constituent Engagement committees, Specialist Event committees: general liaison to programmatic committees such as Focus Area Advisory Committees
  • Attends Girl Scouts events/meetings as required
  • Supports the organizational diversity goals of the organization
  • Maintains Core Competencies’ standards
  • Consistently demonstrates a climate of courtesy, respect and professionalism to staff, volunteers, members, and the general public

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITY

Positions directly reporting to this position are:

  1. Senior Manager, Annual Giving
  2. Events and Alumni Relations Manager
  3. Grants and Sponsorships Manager

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Certified Fund-Raising Executive (CFRE) preferred or Master’s Degree
  • Knowledge of the St. Louis philanthropic community
  • Minimum of five (5) years of senior level fundraising experience
  • Ability to work with Board of Directors/Fund Development Committee in development, cultivation, and solicitation of donors
  • Accustomed to setting and achieving aggressive fundraising goals
  • Ability to develop and control budgets
  • Ability to lead and manage standard development techniques, including face-to-face solicitation, proposal and grant writing, special events, telephone solicitation and direct mail, database management (gift processing, prospect and donor histories and fundraising reporting)
  • Ability to manage and prioritize many projects of varying size, scale, and importance with competing deadlines
  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to establish effective relationships with volunteers, staff, major gift donors and prospects
  • Superior writing, verbal, and presentation skills
  • Technical knowledge of the laws related to donations
  • Proficiency in the use of computer-based fundraising management tools (Raiser’s Edge), as well as Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint
  • Demonstrated employment of diplomacy, integrity, confidentiality, creativity, enthusiasm, and dedicated work ethic
  • Ability to work closely with racially, ethnically, religiously, and economically diverse groups of volunteers, parents, girls, media representatives and the public, and participate as a member of the staff team
  • Belief in the mission of Girl Scouting

REQUIRED CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS

If your position requires that you drive an average of one (1) day per week or more, you must possess a valid state driver’s license and a driving record that is acceptable to our insurance carrier.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS

While performing the duties of this job, the incumbent:

  1. is frequently required to sit and operate a computer
  2. is frequently required to talk and hear, stand and walk, sit and use hands to manipulate and feel
  3. is occasionally required to reach with hands and arms
  4. must be able to regularly lift and/or move up to 25 pounds
  5. must have the following vision abilities: close vision, distance vision and depth perception
  6. is required to drive/operate an automobile

EXPOSURES

Work is performed in a normal indoor environment with limited exposure to outdoor weather conditions, dirt and/or dust.

If you would like to apply, please follow this link: https://www.girlscoutsem.org/en/about-girl-scouts/our-program/employment.html?gnk=job&gni=8a7887a9684a99ec01684d338ddc603b

SUMMARY OF POSITION
Community Outreach Program Specialists deliver educational programs in schools and at community partner sites to girls who may not otherwise receive a Girl Scout experience.

MISSION OF GIRL SCOUTING
Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence and character, who make the world a better place.
All employees are expected to fully support the work and mission of the organization.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS and ACCOUNTABILITIES

  • Facilitates and coordinates social-emotional learning, STEM and summer programs in K-12 school classrooms and community partner sites
  • Serves as Girl Scout advisor for several high school leadership groups- coordinating and running meetings/trainings and community service projects for leadership groups at elementary schools
  • Reaches target populations in under-served and not served Girl Scout areas
  • Is well-versed in the program’s curriculum and maintains the integrity of the curriculum during delivery
  • Maintains relationships with personnel at schools and community partner sites
  • Is compliant with all funding source and internal program requirements
  • Completes all required documentation in an accurate, thorough and timely manner
  • Meets or exceeds all assigned team goals and works to support the overall goals of the Council
  • Represents the organization in a professional manner at all times and communicates effectively
  • Works to advance the mission of Girl Scouts
  • All other duties as assigned

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Supports organizational diversity and Fund Development goals of Council
  • Bachelor’s degree in a Human Service field, or equivalent experience, required
  • Basic Microsoft Word and Excel knowledge and experience
  • Strong public speaking and presentation skills
  • Works collaboratively both internally and externally
  • Has a reliable vehicle that can be used for work purposes
  • Classroom teaching experience is a plus
  • Knowledge of social-emotional learning a plus
  • Ability to work occasional nights and weekends

REQUIRED CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS
If your position requires that you drive an average of one (1) day per week or more, you must possess a valid state driver’s license and a driving record that is acceptable to our insurance carrier.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS
While performing the duties of this job, the incumbent:

  • is frequently required to sit and operate a computer
  • is frequently required to talk and hear, stand and walk, sit and use hands to manipulate and feel
  • is occasionally required to reach with hands and arms
  • must be able to regularly lift and/or move up to 25 pounds
  • must have the following vision abilities: close vision, distance vision and depth perception
  • is required to drive/operate an automobile

EXPOSURES
Work is performed in a normal indoor environment with limited exposure to outdoor weather conditions, dirt and/or dust.

If you would like to apply to this position, please follow this link: https://www.girlscoutsem.org/en/about-girl-scouts/our-program/employment.html?gnk=job&gni=8a7885a9670aeb690167662decfe4208 

Job Status: Full-Time (40 hours/week; full benefits)

Purpose:

Perform and support functions necessary to complete accurate and timely presentation of financial data while protecting the assets of The OASIS Institute (Institute), a National Not-For-Profit organization, and all supporting and Network locations. This position reports to the Accounting Manager.

Responsibilities:

  • Prepare the month-end closings and the preparation of monthly financial statements for the national office as well as its affiliates, assuring quality, accuracy and efficiency.
  • Prepares monthly and other necessary reconciliation of various general ledger accounts such as cash, investments, receivables, equipment and payables;
  • Perform and support functions in the area of the accounts payable process for the national office as well as its affiliates, assuring quality, accuracy and efficiency.
  • Perform and support functions in the area of accounts receivable for the national office as well as its affiliates, assuring quality, accuracy and efficiency.
  • Assist in the monitoring and update of grant balances for grants awarded to The OASIS Institute and related entities;
  • Assist in the development and monitoring of operating and grant budgets for The OASIS Institute and its affiliates;
  • Reconcile and analyze general ledger accounts, prepare journal entries, related analysis and complete data entry;
  • Assist in cost analyses on various fundraising campaigns;
  • Assist in the preparation of numbers for annual report purposes;
  • Assist in preparation of 1099 tax forms and the annual 1096 filings;
  • Identify and correct errors and process errors as necessary based upon reconciliations and analysis;
  • Organize and maintain key records/documents.
  • Other accounting projects as directed.

Job Qualifications:

  • Four Year Accounting Degree
  • Five (5) Years work experience (bookkeeping/accounting) preferred; non-profit experience preferred.
  • 1-2 Years experience grant accounting preferred.
  • Must be an experienced Excel and Word user and be familiar with accounting software package(s) (FundWare or Financial Edge a plus).
  • Knowledge of general accounting and fiscal management principles.
  • Good analytical and communication skills.

Ability To:

  • Work with minimal supervision.
  • Work as an effective member of the OASIS Accounting Department team.
  • Communicate effectively orally and in writing.
  • Manage time well and follow through on commitments.
  • Willingly adapt to new work demands and new work roles.
  • Separate critical issues from inconsequential ones when problem-solving.
  • Seek and use feedback.

To Apply:

Oasis employees are leased employees of the BJC HealthCare system.  To apply for this position, please follow the link below.

https://bjc.jibeapply.com/jobs/1182153?lang=en-us

 

FLSA Status:              Full-Time, Exempt, 40 hours/week                                   

Supervisor:               Development Manager

POSITION DESCRIPTION

The development coordinator for the St. Louis Walk to Defeat ALS® and the Ice Bucket Bash is an integral part of the Chapter’s development team. This person leads the Chapter’s two largest fundraising events and is responsible for coordinating all efforts to generate $925,000 in revenue, with various team supports. Relationship-building through engagement of team captains, sponsors, event participants and volunteers is key to this position, as well as event logistics, with the support of volunteer committees. This person will also be responsible for Community Partner/Third Party Events.

CORE RESPONSIBILITIES

EVENT COORDINATION

Walk to Defeat ALS® – St. Louis

The Walk to Defeat ALS is the organization’s national signature event that takes place in June and hosts more than 4,500 people.

  • Work with Walk team captains and participants via face to face meetings, regular phone calls, emails and social media to develop their personal and team fundraising plans. Mentor, coach, and encourage their efforts, guiding them to success.
  • In collaboration with the development manager, help grow the Chapter’s corporate partnership initiatives by effective and successful sponsorship prospecting and fulfilling sponsorship benefits.
  • Follow strict timeline for event planning and production; manage and/or oversee the coordination of all event activities and logistics, including but not limited to, rentals, AV.
  • Staff and motivate a 10+ person Walk committee, serving as main point of contact. Hold monthly meetings and maintain regular correspondence in between.
  • Work with communications team to develop and implement a comprehensive marketing campaign for the event across social media, email and mailings.
  • Collaborate with volunteer coordinator and event volunteer leads for day-of volunteer needs.
  • Launch, edit, manage and troubleshoot the Walk website.
  • Work with Development Manager on all budgeting and strategic planning efforts by running benchmark reports and data sharing.

Ice Bucket Bash

The Ice Bucket Bash is a dinner event held in November with a “cool” twist – local celebrities take the Ice Bucket Challenge in front of audience of 400+.

  • Manage and/or oversee the coordination of all event activities and logistics, including but not limited to, live and silent auction recruitment, solidifying food and beverage, rentals, AV, and providing copy for collateral materials. Collaborate with event production company throughout entire process.
  • Follow strict timeline for event planning and production.
  • In cooperation with senior development staff, cultivate and steward event participants and corporate partners through a year-round stewardship program.
  • Work with communications team to develop and implement a comprehensive marketing campaign for the event across social media, email and mailings.
  • Communicate carefully with all key people including celebrity dunkees, honorary chairs, etc.
  • Lead and motivate Bash committee, serving as main point of contact. Hold monthly meetings and maintain regular correspondence in between.
  • Collaborate with volunteer coordinator and event volunteer leads for day-of volunteer needs.
  • Launch, edit, manage and troubleshoot Bash website.
  • Manage and adhere to all event budgets while working with senior staff to produce benchmark reports.

Community Partner Events

  • Support Chapter third party fundraisers through regular contact with event organizer, event attendance and providing direction as needed.
  • Assist with event promotion in collaboration with communications staff.
  • Manage budget process from creation and tracking along with sending benchmarks to senior staff.
  • Coordinate with volunteer coordinator as volunteers are needed.

POSITION SKILLS and REQUIREMENTS

  • A bachelor’s degree or higher.
  • At least one year of fundraising, event planning or related experience; Experience with Walk-related and/or dinner events highly desired.
  • Strong customer-service mentality; with key emphasis on relationship building. Listens and communicates effectively in person, in writing, and electronically to a variety of internal and external audiences.
  • Self-starter who is results-oriented with a commitment to accountability and follow-through.
  • Strong organizational skills, prioritizes and manages multiple priorities and projects.
  • Team player who is multifaceted, versatile willing to lead some projects while offering support on others.
  • Proficient with donor management systems and MS applications.
  • Comfortable with interacting with patients and families dealing with serious medical conditions, while being empathetic and compassionate.

WORKING CONDITIONS

  • Will work out of the Chapter’s main office, located at 2258 Weldon Parkway, St. Louis, MO 63146.
  • Flexibility needed to accommodate evening committee meetings, event prep, set-up.
  • Periods of high volume work and tight deadlines.
  • High volume of public contact.
  • Reliable transportation required for meetings within chapter territory and surrounding areas; some out-of-town travel required.

To apply, please email cover letter and resume to:

Natalie Pottebaum

Development Manager

npottebaum@alsastl.org

Reports to:      Director of Programs

Summary:

The Education & Outreach Manager is responsible for developing and leading Wings of Hope education programs, grant writing, volunteer management and event planning.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Core duties and responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

  • Embraces the mission, vision and culture statement of the organization;
  • Serves as grant writer, with responsibility to maintain the grant calendar and database, submit grants, and fulfill reporting requirements in a timely manner;
  • Researches new grant opportunities for Wings of Hope domestic and international programs;
  • Implements Wings of Hope’s education outreach program, including K-12 school visits and tours;
  • Attends outreach events at partner institutions and STEM fairs;
  • Leads the Soar into STEM pilot program, coordinating marketing efforts, logistical support, and program evaluation, while remaining faithful to developed curriculum;
  • Acts as the liaison with the volunteer Young Ambassadors of Wings of Hope, maintaining membership records and attending Executive Council meetings;
  • Shares event planning duties for a variety of events throughout the year with young professional volunteers;
  • Responsible for marketing educational activities and reaching out to new audiences, through print and social media;
  • Ensures implementation of Wings of Hope policies and practices;
  • Tracks expenditures/transactions;
  • Supports other program projects as necessary.

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:     

  • BA required; MA preferred in related field
  • Three to five years relevant nonprofit experience
  • Grant writing experience
  • Detail-oriented, efficient, with excellent time-management
  • Experience managing and cultivating volunteers

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

  • Skill in event-planning with a high level of organization
  • Cross-cultural communication skills and sensitivity to cultural difference
  • Outstanding oral and written communication skills
  • Proficient in MS Office, databases and social media technologies
  • A passion for humanitarian work and Wings of Hope’s mission

COMPENSATION:

Full-time position with benefits. Compensation is commensurate with experience.

APPLICATION INFORMATION:

To apply please send cover letter and resume to Angela Walleman at angela.walleman@wingsofhope.ngo

The St Louis Fed is one of 12 Reserve Banks serving all or parts of Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi and Arkansas with branches in Little Rock, Louisville and Memphis. The St. Louis Fed’s most critical functions include: promoting stable prices and economic growth, fostering a sound financial system, providing payment services to financial institutions, supporting the U.S. Treasury’s financial operations, and advancing economic education, community development and fair access to credit.

Overview

Do you enjoy distilling a variety of concepts down to simple, easy-to-understand language, giving folks an “Oh, now I get it!” moment? How about telling stories highlighting the great work being done by members of a prestigious institution? Or perhaps you like finding innovative and engaging ways to reach new audiences with important concepts?

The St. Louis Fed is looking for a Digital Content Editor to help further our St. Louis Fed’s transparency and outreach efforts in support of the Bank’s strategic goals. This position will help shape external communications to reach a general audience not as familiar with the work of the St. Louis Fed, and the Federal Reserve as a whole. This position will be a major contributor to the Bank’s blogging channels, various publications and other digital communications strategies, such as web and SMART technology and social media.

As part of the St. Louis Fed’s Public Affairs department, the digital communications and publications team performs a variety of vital functions at the Bank: organizing and distributing economic content on stlouisfed.org to a large and growing audience; consulting with various Bank departments on content strategy and display; working in an agile development environment to continuously improve our online presence; and playing a key role as the guardian of the Bank’s reputation, ensuring that content is proofed and presented with a diverse audience in mind.

Responsibilities

  • Serve as the managing editor of the Bank’s Open Vault blog, which is aimed at informing the general public about the St. Louis Fed, the Federal Reserve and the economy in general. This includes engaging collaboratively with departments around the Bank to solicit content and shepherding blog content from inception to completion by maintaining a content calendar.
  • Assist with the Bank’s On the Economy blog—including writing, editing and proofing content—and the Bank’s overall blogging content promotion strategy.
  • Assist with editing and proofing the Bank’s annual, quarterly and periodic publications.
  • Assist with editing the Bank’s podcast offerings, specifically Timely Topics and Women in Economics.
  • Write and edit marketing and outreach materials for internal Bank clients.
  • Support the Bank’s social media strategy through generating medium-appropriate content.
  • Assist with posting content to the public website.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree, emphasis in economics, journalism or communications, or commensurate experience
  • 5 years of digital content management experience
  • Strong writing and editing skills and working knowledge of AP style
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills, including the ability to clearly communicate technical concepts to nontechnical audiences.
  • Detail-oriented with excellent organizational and project management skills.
  • Advanced interpersonal skills, with the ability to collaborate and build consensus among teams.
  • Well-developed critical thinking skills, including sound judgment and the ability to juggle multiple tasks and priorities.
  • Ability to be proactive, innovative and creative in meeting customer and Bank needs.
  • Strategic thinking on connecting content with appropriate audiences.
  • Familiarity with Photoshop preferred.
  • Interested in the mission of the Fed and in communicating that story to the general public.
  • Travel (5%)

Ranked as a Top Workplace, the Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis is committed to building an inclusive workplace, where employees’ diversity—in age, gender, race and ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, as well as cultural traditions, religion, life experiences, education and socioeconomic backgrounds—are recognized as a strength. Embracing our diversity encourages employees to bring their valued perspectives to the table when generating ideas and solving problems, and promotes an environment where innovation and excellence thrive. Learn more about the Bank and its culture; check out our Careers Site.

The Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Click Link to apply: https://frb.taleo.net/careersection/08h_external/jobdetail.ftl?job=258487

 

 

POSITION OVERVIEW

Youth In Need, a leading non-profit organization that serves children, youth, and families in St. Louis and the surrounding counties, is seeking a full-time Grants Manager. This position is based out of St. Charles, MO. The Grants Manager is responsible for managing the development and marketing department’s annual cycle of foundation and corporate grants with an emphasis on developing long-term partnerships.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Manage annual request for funding submissions and other formal communications to corporations, corporate giving programs, and private foundations.
  • Manage the annual private grants calendar.
  • Conduct prospective funder research and identify new funding opportunities.
  • Help with various fundraising activities, events, and presentations as a member of the Development and Marketing team.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Candidates must have demonstrated 2-3 years of successful experience with grant writing and donor prospect research and donor relations
  • Knowledge of state/federal grants and the Missouri Common Grant application
  • Exemplary oral and written communication skills are necessary to be successful in this position
  • Candidates must have a minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in English, Communications, Social Work, Public Policy, or another related field.

Youth In Need provides our full-time employees with an excellent benefits package, including 401K, vacation, sick time, paid holidays and floating holidays, tuition assistance, affordable vision plans and paid dental, life, and disability insurance. We currently offer full-time employees two health insurance options – premiums are $0/month or $40/month.

Youth In Need serves children, young people and families of many racial and ethnic backgrounds, abilities, sexual orientations, gender identities, and religious beliefs, and we seek a workforce that reflects that diversity. People of color are strongly encouraged to apply.

TO APPLY:

Please visit our website at www.youthinneed.org, go to About Us, then go to Career Opportunities, and click on the position you are interested in to complete the online application and to attach your resume.

Department:  Research Quality & Improvement

Reports to:  Director of Quality Improvement    

Position Overview:  Parents as Teachers National Center is seeking a Quality Specialist.  This position resides within the Research and Quality Improvement Department. The Quality Specialist will assist in the implementation of the Quality Endorsement and Improvement Process and review of program data (quantitative and qualitative) to assess for compliance in the Parents as Teachers Essential Requirements and Quality Standards.  This position is part-time (26 hours per week) and can be an in-house or a remote position.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities: 

Assist in the implementation and facilitation of the Quality Endorsement and Improvement Process

  • Assess programs for model fidelity and adherence to the Parents as Teachers Essential Requirements based on data submitted annually and complete Essential Requirements Review Reports
  • Assess programs for adherence to the Parents as Teachers Quality Standards and complete summative reports on the results
  • Track programs through the Quality Endorsement and Improvement Process 

Prepare programs and materials for the Quality Endorsement and Improvement Process

  • Assist in updating and preparing materials and tools used to administer the Quality Endorsement and Improvement Process
  • Assist in the selection and notification of programs to go through the Quality Endorsement and Improvement Process 

Other projects/duties

  • Assist in preparing materials for the Parents as Teachers conference based on the results of the Quality Endorsement and Improvement Process
  • Data entry
  • Administrative tasks as needed 

Education and/or Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree, master’s degree preferred
  • 3-5+ years’ experience with and knowledge of the field of home visiting; particularly the Parents as Teachers model 

Other Abilities:

  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel and PowerPoint)
  • Highly detail oriented with a proven track record for managing details in a work setting
  • Ability to synthesize and summarize information accurately and clearly
  • Strong written and oral communication skills
  • Ability to effectively listen, write, speak and respond to questions from program staff
  • Experience and/or knowledge of accreditation processes preferred 

Our Organization: 

Parents as Teachers National Center is an international nonprofit organization that promotes optimal early development, learning and health of young children by supporting and engaging their parents and caregivers. We advance the delivery of high quality services for families through a comprehensive system of supports and innovative solutions.

Our internationally recognized network uses an evidence-based model to deliver parent education primarily through personal visits and group meetings. We equip parents with knowledge and resources to prepare their children, from prenatal through kindergarten, for a stronger start in life and greater success in school. Parents as Teachers programs operate in various settings, including schools, hospitals, faith-based organizations and housing communities.

Founded in Missouri in 1984, Parents as Teachers serves more than 195,000 children in all 50 U.S. states, more than 100 Tribal organizations, schools and communities, five other countries and one U.S. territory. 

Application Information 

Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume/curriculum vitae, along with names/contact information of 3 references, salary history and requirements, to jobs@parentsasteachers.org.

Organization Overview: The League of Women Voters (LWV) has been working to educate and empower voters since 1919. The LWV of Metro St. Louis, LWV of Missouri and LWV of Missouri Ed Fund are non-profit organizations that share an office and two-person staff.

Position Overview: Maintain files and financial records and provide staff assistance to volunteer League officers and board members.

Details: Office is located at 8706 Manchester Rd. in Brentwood. Hours are flexible, up to 18 hours per week, two to four days a week between 9:30 am and 3:30 pm (office hours). Hourly salary based on experience, with minimum pay of $15 an hour.

Financial Duties

  • Pay bills and enter all income and expenses into Quick Books using proper coding.
  • Work with treasurers to draft budgets and monitor expenses.
  • Record all financial donations and send appropriate acknowledgements.
  • Deposit checks into appropriate bank account and make transfers from PayPal accounts.
  • Review, record and file tax and payroll records.
  • Maintain petty cash and track receipts.

Office Operations

  • Open, sort and distribute mail and answer phones.
  • Process merchandise and calendar orders.
  • Proof and distribute publications and membership materials.
  • Coordinate bulk mailings of newsletters and other mailings, including fundraising appeals.
  • Keep office tidy, with files current and organized.

Program Support

  • Work with volunteers to update the various membership databases, Gmail groups and Excel lists.
  • Provide materials for board meetings, events and activities as directed.
  • Assist Executive Director, officers and board members as needed.

Public/Community Interaction

  • Provide courteous, prompt attention to callers, visitors and volunteers. Register event attendees.
  • Help voters with registration verification, election information and other requests.
  • Stay abreast of LWV positions, practices and policies.

Qualifications

  • At least two years of experience with basic bookkeeping and accounting practices.
  • Experience using Quick Books and Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Publisher).
  • Strong communication skills, both oral and written.
  • Ability to work in multi-faceted environment with many interruptions.
  • Minimum of two-year college degree; 4-year college degree preferred.

Physical Requirements to Perform Duties

  • Able to lift up to 20 pounds with relative ease.

How to apply: Candidates should send a letter of interest and resume to Jean Dugan at duganlwv@gmail.com

St. Louis Children’s Hospital Foundation supports St. Louis Children’s Hospital in its mission to ‘do what’s right for kids.’ The Foundation’s vision is to establish Children’s Hospital as the region’s charitable cause of choice. We inspire hospital donors and ignite their passion for helping children and families through expert pediatric care, impactful advocacy and outreach, and innovative research to treat and prevent childhood diseases and disorders.

Reporting to the Director, Audience & Channel Strategies. The Business Analyst is responsible for supporting the design, development and implementation of information technology solutions within St. Louis Children’s Hospital Foundation.

Responsibilities

  • Imports, exports, and manipulates data using SQL and Data Loader or Excel.
  • Runs reports and dashboards for users throughout the organization.
  • Assists in identifying, developing, and documenting database business processes, including workflow automation, training, etc. This may include participating in policy discussions regarding application usage to maintain data integrity and/or standardized processes.
  • Helps implement new workflows to enhance efficiency and maximize quality services.
  • Maintains data quality and integrity by removing duplicates, ensuring standards, enforce data governance using validation rules and other tools.
  • Provides support for application users. This would include troubleshooting for problem scenarios and escalation, as needed, to other internal or external resources to ensure successful resolution. This may also include training of application users.
  • Collaborates with all team members to streamline operations, enhance communication and resolve outstanding items.
  • Research, evaluate and recommends best practices and tools as appropriate.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

  • 2+ years’ experience using Raiser’s Edge (or comparable CRM) as a system administrator.
  • Self-starter that can use online training and videos to learn new material alone.
  • Must be proficient in Microsoft Office products, advanced Excel skills required.
  • Experience with data entry, auditing and reporting is required.
  • Experience with project management software is preferred.
  • Excellent analytic skills.
  • Must be well-organized and very detail oriented.
  • Ability to act with discretion and maintain confidentiality.
  • Ability to work collaboratively and settle disagreements amicably in a team environment.

Application Information

Apply online at https://bjc.jibeapply.com/jobs/1183296?lang=en-us

Reports to:                  Development Manager

Supervises:                  N/A

Position:                       Full-time (40 hours), Salary, Non-Exempt

Job Summary:           Responsible for executing fundraising strategies for the APA’s corporate, annual and monthly giving campaigns, which may include working with an established donor pool or soliciting new donors. A successful candidate will be extremely organized and able to encourage donors to increase their giving through communication methods that make the donors feel valued and important while highlighting the mission of the APA.

About the Organization

Founded in 1922, the APA Adoption Center is an open-admission organization dedicated to finding a safe, loving home for every adoptable animal. Each year, we find homes for nearly 4,000 homeless pets and provide care to thousands more through our wellness and outreach initiatives. Our staff is 100% dedicated to the quality of life for each and every animal while it’s in our care, and without exception, we live to the letter of our mission statement: The APA Adoption Center of Missouri is a nonprofit organization dedicated to bringing people and pets together, advancing humane education and creating programs beneficial to the human/animal bond.

Responsibilities

Development & Donor Relations

  • Identify, cultivate, and steward meaningful relationships with established and potential annual donors, seeking and securing gifts for the APA’s Annual Fund, as well as outreach to new donors.
  • Secure corporate partnerships and event sponsorships
  • Ensure effective cultivation and stewardship of corporate and annual fund donors through acknowledgment letters, telephone calls, recognition,and the delivery of impact reports and communications
  • Work collaboratively with members of the Development team to coordinate appropriate corporate and Annual Fund solicitations, including strategy and stewardship of donors and prospects
  • Manage a multidimensional appeal schedule that utilizes a variety of mediums (e.g., electronic solicitation, direct mail appeals, social media, events) to communicate with potential and current donors
  • Manage monthly giving programs and giving societies and coordinate with Development and Communications Assistant to ensure effective implementation of benefits and recognition
  • Work collaboratively with Development team to reconcile monthly reports and develop custom reports
  • Utilize DonorPerfect database to track donor contacts and conduct appropriate constituent stewardship
  • Enter corporate and annual donor contact reports into Donor Perfect database in a timely manner
  • Serve as liaison for APA Young Friends; manage YF membership and initiatives

Communications & Marketing

  • Manage and oversee content creation for donor communications, appeals, acknowledgements, newsletters, and social media, including creative writing, photography, and videos
  • Attend on- and off-site events, as necessary

General

  • Exemplify dedication to the standards and principles of animal welfare
  • Uphold APA policies and procedures
  • Perform all duties in a manner that ensures a positive image and improves the functioning of the APA
  • Participate in creating a thriving Culture of Philanthropy by:
    • Being knowledgeable and supportive of APA programs;
    • Sharing your passion for service to animals, people, and our community with guests and donors;
    • Serving as an inspiration to all guests and donors by providing an exemplary level of service
  • All other duties as assigned

Education/Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • 1-3 years previous paid development experience
  • Experience working in a nonprofit environment with understanding of best practices

Skills/Competencies/Values

  • Integrity, reliability, compassion, professionalism, respect, teamwork
  • Strong organizational and planning skills
  • Exceptional interpersonal skills and proven ability to effectively communicate and interact with high level team members, board members, volunteers, and donors.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills; technical knowledge a plus
  • Attention to detail and accuracy
  • Strong problem solving analysis and problem solving skills
  • Ability to represent the organization with professionalism and positivity
  • Capable of maintaining confidentiality
  • Exceptional time management, prioritization, and project management skills
  • Understanding the complex needs of diverse donors.
  • Capable of handling a variety of projects or assignments simultaneously to meet deadlines
  • The ability to work both independently and as a team player
  • Proficiency in MS Office programs.

 Physical Qualifications (including lifting and pushing)

  • Must be able to lift 15 lbs. and stand for long periods of time, when needed

 How to Apply

Qualified candidates can submit a resume, cover letter and salary requirements to Mandy@apamo.org or by mail at APA Adoption Center, 1705 S. Hanley Road, St. Louis, MO 63144. No telephone or social media inquiries, please.

Established in 1859 Guardian Angel Settlement Association (GASA) exists to serve people living in poverty by helping them improve the quality of their lives and become economically independent. Best known for Head Start and Early Head Start Programs, GASA also offers a wide array of social services including both emergency programs (rental, utility, prescription and food assistance) and long-term self-sufficiency services that provide pathways out of poverty. The Agency also operates a resale shop, the Angel Boutique. These programs help bring stability and hope to those in need. For more information about GASA, please visit our website at www.gasastl.org.

Guardian Angel Settlement Association is seeking a Special Events Coordinator. This is a full-time, exempt position, responsible for planning, organizing and executing the Agency’s fundraising and donor engagement events and supporting the development department with other functions including social media/website communications, the Young Professionals Board and special projects. This position is full-time with some flexibility to meet the demands of the position, including occasional evening and weekend hours. The position is supervised by the Director of Grants and Evaluation.

A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree with 2 years of non-profit development or other closely related experience. Ability to work with a broad range of staff, board and volunteer members in a positive manner. Excellent organizational skills, ability to manage multiple priorities, detail-oriented, and competent in the use of the Microsoft Office Suite also required. Prior experience with event planning and Raiser’s Edge strongly preferred. Ability and willingness to buy into the mission of the organization is essential.

Please send resume and cover letter indicating salary requirements to:

Guardian Angel Settlement Association

Special Events Coordinator

1127 N. Vandeventer Avenue

St. Louis, MO 63113

E-mail: hr@gasastl.org

Fax: 314-231-8126

Job # 42454

The Senior Associate Director of Medical Development is responsible for the identification and qualification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of individual major gift prospects within the medical alumni and former house staff constituencies of the Washington University School of Medicine. The Senior Associate Director will be focused on conducting a minimum of 175-200 personal visits annually with prospects and donors in the St. Louis region and in other key cities around the country. This position requires extensive travel.  The Senior Associate Director will solicit and secure major gift commitments for the priority needs of the School of Medicine and, in doing so, will develop and manage a portfolio of 250 major gift prospects.

Required qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree required.
  • Five years fundraising experience, with a track record of experience and achievement in fundraising.
  • Excellent organizational skills, oral and written communication skills; ability to learn and articulate the needs, interests, and accomplishments of the School of Medicine to a wide variety of individuals.

Benefits

– Retirement Savings Plan with Employer Match

– 22 vacation days

– 8 Paid Holidays

– Sick Time

– Tuition benefits for employee, spouse and dependent children

– Free Metro Link/ Bus pass

– Free Life Insurance

– Health, Dental, Vision

– Health Savings Accounts (HSA)

– Long Term Disability Insurance

– Flex Spending Plans

– Other Benefits

APPLICATION INFORMATION

Full position description at https://jobs.wustl.edu/. Job Opening ID: 42454

Or click below:

https://jobs.wustl.edu/psc/APPLHRMS/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_APP_SCHJOB.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST&REL_ACTION=Yes&SiteId=1&HRS_JO_PST_TYPE=E&HRS_JOB_OPENING_ID=42454&HRS_JO_PST_SEQ=1

To see the full list of A&D openings, along with the detailed job descriptions, please go to https://jobs.wustl.edu for opportunities across the University.  From there you can also easily filter for the A&D jobs by selecting “advanced search” and then location as “Alumni and Development Programs.”

To learn more about careers in Alumni & Development please visit http://alumni.wustl.edu/ContactUs/Career_Opportunities/

Washington University is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, genetic information, disability, or protected veteran status

LaunchCode is a non-profit solving the tech talent gap and paving new pathways to economic opportunity through education, apprenticeships and job placement in technology. We’re seeking a hyper-motivated Director to initiate, perform and lead People Operations duties across the organization.

Are you committed to the values of diversity, inclusion, and development of staff, and have experience building those efforts? Have a meticulous eye for detail plus skill creating, implementing and overseeing HR policy and procedure? A drive to continually improve processes? Does the thought of transforming the tech hiring landscape sing to your soul? Then you, my friend, should come work here.

The Director of People Operations manages LaunchCode human resources to best meet our mission of creating and deploying a skilled tech workforce. The job is fast-paced and multi-faceted and includes managing another full-time employee.

LaunchCode’s annual budget is approximately $10M; staff totals about 43 internal and 100 outsourced employees for whom LaunchCode is the employer of record.

This is a full time, permanent position based at our LaunchCode Mentor Center on Delmar Blvd. in St. Louis.

People Operations Responsibilities

  • Ensure equity : through hiring practices, structured salary reviews, implementation of organization-wide anti-bias / anti-racism programming, personal resolution of classroom or workplace issues, etc.
  • Strengthen culture : continually seek ways to reinforce LaunchCode values, via structured events such as staff retreats, plus continual activities and reinforcements
  • Drive talent : LaunchCode is full of scary-smart people. The Director is responsible for recruiting, hiring & onboarding staff, plus initiatives to evaluate & develop staff skills and professional experiences.
  • Benefits management: including open enrollment, review, and update of benefit policies, and resolving employee issues as they arise
  • Deal with the detail : such as registering to conduct business and hire staff in new locations to keep up with LC expansion, sponsoring immigration visas for a small number of employees, updating all HR policy at least annually, participating in payroll processing, conducting intern program, compliance with all applicable employment laws, preparing contractor agreements, ensuring background checks are conducted as required, continually improving vendor & internal systems and processes, etc.

Facility Responsibilities

  • Mentor Center: ensure LaunchCode’s St. Louis facility is properly equipped, maintained, & secured, and is welcoming for guests, students and staff

You’re perfect for this role if you:

  • Are an energetic extrovert who lights up at the opportunity to drive initiatives and engage colleagues in shaping their workplace
  • Have 5+ years experience in a combination of People Operations or human resources roles
  • Yearn to maintain and build a diverse, brilliant, inclusive and nimble staff, and have creative ideas to do it
  • Love detail, procedures, documentation, math, and have the organizational skills to multi-task
  • Possess the empathy & social acuity to deftly navigate difficult and confidential personnel issues
  • Have managed teams with demonstrated outcomes, plus have experience as a key member of a strong leadership team
  • Demonstrate a passion for the LaunchCode mission and want to change the world by opening doors to tech careers for those cut off from those opportunities traditionally

Our Bonus Skills Wishlist

  • Experience having taken part in building and maintaining a spectacular workplace culture at a company or institution regularly recognized as a “great place to work”
  • Experience working with a nonprofit board of directors

To Apply

Apply online at https://launchcode.aaimtrack.com/jobs/.  No phone calls please, we’re busy kicking butt and taking names (and tech jobs). Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the position is filled. We highly recommend applying as early as possible for the best chance of moving forward.

We Heart Diversity

LaunchCode supports and fosters leadership from underrepresented communities. We strongly encourage folks from immigrant communities and communities of color, as well as those who identify as women, LGBTQ or under-resourced to apply.

LaunchCode is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. Program and employment policies of LaunchCode are nondiscriminatory in regard to race, color, gender, religion, age, national origin, disability, veteran status or sexual orientation.

Reports To:                 Senior Program Director

FLSA Status:               Exempt

Purpose: The Program Director is responsible for the leadership and daily oversight of the Family Support Network Program, a program that provides cost free, trauma informed counseling services (family counseling, parent education) to families in St. Louis City, County and St. Charles County.  The primary goal of FSN is to strengthen families by equipping them with skills, and knowledge, and strengthening protective factors that decrease the likelihood of child abuse and neglect.  By providing in home counseling services, FSN removes financial, transportation and childcare barriers that would otherwise prevent families from accessing services. FSN primarily serves families with children from birth to age 13, with services extending to 19 years old for qualifying families who have children with a developmental disability.

In pursuit of Epworth’s mission to support clients to achieve self-sufficiency, the Program Director is essential to the success of the organization’s programmatic efforts. The Program Director influences and inspire Epworth staff teams and clients, shapes agency culture and drives outcomes and results driven programmatic efforts. In addition to leading their team’s daily efforts, they are responsible for cultivating a healthy workplace environment by leading with cultural awareness and humility, ensuring the workplace is diverse and inclusive, team oriented, promotes a culture learning and continuous quality improvement, values relationships with all stakeholders (clients, staff and partners), implements best practices, and leads change efforts to support client and community’s evolving needs.

Program Directors demonstrate a clear commitment to the mission, vision and values of Epworth by being accountable for providing services and ensuring safety of clients while empowering clients to achieve the agency’s mission.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities include the following: (Other duties as assigned.)

Staff Supervision and CoachingEnsure programs are properly staffed and team members are appropriately onboarded, and trained in agency policies and procedures and program operations.  

  1. Provide direct supervision to Clinicians, Supervisors, Program Assistant and Intake Coordinator
  2. Provide clinical supervision and back-up for all Family Support Network team members
  3. Monitor and evaluate performance including establishing performance and productivity standards, team and individual goals
  4. Review and approve monthly staff statistics reports, mileage reimbursement, time sheets and PTO.
  5. Facilitate team, supervisor and clinical team meetings

Hiring and OnboardingProvide 1:1 supports to team members including evaluating performance, providing ongoing feedback, facilitating team meetings and approving routine reports (expense reports, mileage, timesheets, etc).

  1. Hire, onboard and train FSN program staff
  2. Develop and regularly update onboarding procedures to ensure consistency and alignment with practice

Program DevelopmentRegularly assess and evaluate program operations to ensure approaches are updated with current best practices in the field, and evolving as needed to meet community and client needs.

  1. Create and adapt FSN programs, procedures and operations
  2. Develop processes, systems and procedures that support an effective clinical service delivery system

Grants Management Support the development of grant proposal and renewals, and ensure compliance with grant and contract reporting requirements

  1. In collaboration with the Development department, support the writing of grant proposal and renewals
  2. Maintain compliance with all grant and contract requirements, including establishing and monitoring program and individual performance benchmarks, tracking productivity and billable units.
  3. Complete grant and contract reporting requirements
  4. Manage program budget within grant and contract guidelines
  5. Coordinate funder site visits specific to FSN programming

Financial ManagementEnsure good financial stewardship of program budgets by regularly monitoring and for trends and utilization patterns

  1. Support development of annual program budget
  2. Monitor monthly financial statements to understand trends and utilization
  3. Monitor expenses to ensure good financial stewardship of program budget

Continuous Quality ImprovementFacilitate and implement PQI process that assure quality services are being provided

  1. In collaboration with Sr. Program Quality Manager, coordinate quarterly learning sessions
  2. Develop, monitor and ensure accountability of actions plans generated from case record reviews, learning sessions, and site visits.
  3. Facilitate quarterly case record reviews
  4. Collect and analyze program data including inputs, outputs and outcomes, and utilization, and make programmatic adjustments as necessary
  5. Prepare program for funder and other regulatory site visits
  6. Support development of program logic model
  7. Support the continued development and refining of an effective and efficient case record keeping system that interfaces with the agency’s client MIS system

Partner ManagementCultivate and nurture strong internal and external partnerships

  1. Develop and maintain strong working relationships with key partners including funder, referral partners and other community organizations.
  2. Work collaboratively across Epworth departments to achieve agency mission 

Additional Responsibilities:

  1. Complete annual training requirements
  2. Represent Epworth by speaking at public events in order to build brand awareness and promote programmatic efforts, as needed
  3. Completed required annual trainings to satisfy regulatory requirements and maintain licensure or certification status
  4. Follow agency policies and procedures
  5. Engage in Program Director, Leadership Cabinet and various other meeting forums to ensure alignment with agency strategic plans

Supervisory Responsibilities:  Family Therapists, Intake Coordinator, Program Assistant, Program Supervisors

Education and/or Experience:  Graduated from an accredited college/university with a Master’s degree in Social Work, Counseling, Human Services or closely related field.  Missouri Licensure in Clinical Social Work (LCSW), or Professional Counseling (LPC)

  • Minimum of 2-3years experience working with children, youth and/or families; previous supervisory and/or program management experience
  • Exceptional clinical knowledge including individual, group, child, and family therapy interventions, and ability to implement a wide range of evidence based/informed treatment modalities including TF-CBT Therapy.
  • Experience working with family systems in community based settings
  • Awareness of the role and impact of culture, race and equity on family functioning and systems
  • Comfortable and skilled with managing and leading through change
  • An ability to be flexible and comfortable with ambiguity
  • Exceptional leadership capabilities including the ability to manage and develop teams, work effectively with other organizational departments and programs, and ensure programmatic needs are balanced and aligned with larger organizational strategy.

Language Skills:  Ability to read, analyze and interpret general professional journals, fiscal reports or government regulations; ability to write reports, business correspondence and procedure manuals; ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, public groups and/or clients; ability to effectively present information to senior management, public groups and/or boards of directors.

Reasoning Ability:  Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts and draw valid conclusions, ability to deal with several abstract and concrete variables.

Computer Skills:  Email, Typing, Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel

Physical Demands:  While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to communicate effectively. The physical requirements of this job includes: sitting, standing, walking and climbing stairs on a regular basis; lifting up to 25lbs, pulling and/or pushing on occasion.

Work Environment:  Most of work is performed in an office setting; some evenings and weekends may be required on an as needed basis; may need to travel into the community.

Other:  Must be 21 years of age; must possess a valid driver’s license; must have consistent personal transportation to provide services; must have auto insurance when using own vehicle to transport clients to appointments and community meetings.

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty and responsibility satisfactorily, as well as possess the skills and meet the demands outlined in this job description.  Upon an individual’s request, reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential job duties and responsibilities, or related to the skills and demands outlined herein.  Epworth will determine if a reasonable accommodation can be made.

Application Information:

Interested candidates can apply online at https://epworth.aaimtrack.com/jobs/

 

About ECH-Every Child’s Hope

Every Child’s Hope is a child and family service organization with locations in St. Louis, Kansas City and Jefferson City.  ECH has a variety of campus and community-based programs serving youth of all ages and their families.  ECH has a long history of service within its communities, maintains stable operations, and anticipates future growth.  At this time, ECH seeks a Training Coordinator to be based within the St. Louis region.

About the Position

The Training Coordinator is a professional position with leadership and growth opportunities.  The position requires a background in training, excellent organization, data management and presentation skills, and proven ability to partner with a range of staff in supporting operational and strategic goals.  Periodic travel to in-state locations is necessary.

Responsibilities Include

  • Identify internal and external training opportunities responsive to regulatory requirements and ECH’s annual and strategic needs.
  • Directly provide and/or coordinate staff training by organizing materials, recruiting instructors, scheduling and publicizing events, arranging training sites, and documenting attendance.
  • Create trainings for classroom, on-line, and on-on-one applications.
  • Lead and coordinate co-instructors in training on agency’s behavioral management system.
  • Manage training database. Maintain information about training outputs and staff status relative to requirements.
  • Conduct annual review of training activities and implement plan to address unmet needs.
  • Perform other quality improvement activities as assigned.

Requirements Include

  • Bachelor’s degree and two years of relevant experience
  • Ability to attain Safe Crisis Management instructor credential
  • Proficiency in PowerPoint and spreadsheet management and other Microsoft Office utilities
  • Ability to interpret regulatory and technical standards and academic literature for applied meaning
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong organizational skills and attention to detail

Application Information

Qualified candidates should submit cover letter and resume to  LaTonya Thedford at Lthedford@echmail.org

Background

Established in 1867, Congregation Shaare Emeth is a compassionate and inclusive community that makes Judaism relevant, meaningful and joyful.  We accomplish this vision through:

  • Living in Community
  • Lifelong Jewish Learning
  • Acting as Agents of Social Justice and Change
  • Living with an Awareness of the Sacred in our Lives
  • The Land and People of Israel,
  • Acknowledging our Community
  • Managing our Resources

Congregation Shaare Emeth seeks an Accounting Department Associate to support its fundraising initiatives.  This position is full time, 40 hours per week, non-exempt employee.

Accounting Department Associate will be responsible for many aspects of financial record keeping at Congregation Shaare Emeth, a religious not-for-profit organization.  Congregation Shaare Emeth maintains a general ledger and utilizes multiple accounting programs.  The associate will perform a variety of clerical accounting duties according to established policies and procedures, reporting to both the Director of Accounting, as well as the Executive Director.

Essential Functions

  • Utilize computerized accounting and Microsoft Office software programs (MM 2000, CYMA, Excel and Word).
  • Prepare daily deposits (cash, checks, lockbox and credit cards).
  • Run monthly statements.
  • Control automated deposits (ACH).
  • Maintain contact with Congregation members.
  • Reconcile monthly credit card statements and import necessary information.
  • Maintain Accounts Payable files
  • Analyze Accounts Receivable aging reports for overdue payments
  • Research invoices that are in dispute and reconcile invoices issues.
  • Research and reconcile receivable discrepancies and coordinate with other accounting staff to record corrections in accounting system.
  • Answer telephone calls related to Accounting department.

Education and Experience

Education:

  • Must have a high school diploma or GED equivalent required
  • College level accounting classes a plus

Experience

  • 2-3 years accounting department experience

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Excellent oral and written communication skills and the ability to communicate with a variety of individuals within Congregation Shaare Emeth.
  • Ability to observe confidentiality of member accounts.
  • Ability to multi-task, organize, prioritize and work efficiently.
  • Ability to work independently; self-starter, energetic.
  • Ability to anticipate work needs and follow through with minimal direction.

Physical Demand and Work Environment

  • While performing the duties described above, the employee is regularly required to sit or stand for long periods of time.
  • Accounting Department Associate is required to use a computer for extended periods of time, resulting in frequent and repetitive hand/arm movement

Application Information

Candidates can send cover letter and resume to Kelly Laura at KLaura@sestl.org

Overview           

This full-time position provides financial assistance and guidance to collegiate chapters and supports Fraternity/Fraternity Housing Corporation volunteers and staff in chapter financial management.

Responsibilities

Provides direct support in managing finances of chapters as follows:

  • Reviews and approves annual budget for chapters, including required cash reserves as needed
  • Monitors the budget and accounting records in chapter accounting system
  • Reconciles monthly bank accounts in chapter accounting system as needed
  • Reviews annual agreements to ensure proper alignment of facility and chapter budgets
  • Reviews and reconciles housing contracts to chapter budgets
  • Ensures records are submitted to accountant, federal tax return is submitted to the IRS and state returns submitted as required
  • Supports new chapters by working with local resident Fraternity staff and serving as VPF and AAC Financial Advisor during the first-year chapter operations.
  • Assists chapters with US Bank program including changing officers on signature cards, reconciliations, opening/closing accounts, etc.
  • Serves as primary accounting system liaison to address system needs and enhancements.
  • Collaborates with membership team on financial implications of member related items.
  • Collaborates with finance/housing volunteers and additional volunteer teams as necessary to drive healthy chapter financial management practices.
  • Manages designated year-end financial review and tax preparation services as required by federal and state law.
  • Assists in preparation of finance section for the chapter newsletters.
  • Partners with Pi Beta Phi Foundation to ensure financially responsible decisions regarding large chapter gifts while balancing individual chapter needs, housing needs, and philanthropic goals.
  • Responsible for reviewing housing contracts to ensure accuracy and in accordance with state and local laws.
  • Supports organizational training needs such as chapter financial component of LDC/RLDC training, AAC Financial Advisor training, VPF training, etc.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Reporting Relationships:  Reports to FHC Finance Director

Travel:  Potential for moderate travel.   

Qualifications

Education/Knowledge/ Experience         

  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or related field of study with a minimum three years’ experience or any equivalent combination of experience and training that provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities.
  • Knowledge of and strict adherence to GAAP reporting procedures.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Presentation skills a plus.
  • Pi Beta Phi Fraternity membership desired but not required.

Skills and Abilities            

  • Servant Leader Role Model: sets the standard for and consistently demonstrates the behaviors of servant leadership; always adheres to Pi Phi values
  • Member Focus: is dedicated to meeting the expectations and needs of members; ensures first-hand information is obtained and used to improve programs and services
  • Collaborative Style: builds strong partnerships and alliances with others by identifying mutual goals and fostering open dialogue; easily creates virtual teams; shares wins and successes
  • Conflict Management: finds common ground and gets cooperation with minimum noise; reads situations quickly and is good at focused listening
  • Credibility: trusts others and is trusted, maintains confidentiality
  • Problem Solving: solves difficult and complex problems with effective solutions; is excellent at honest analysis
  • Effective Communication: possesses strong oral and written communication skills; makes effective presentations
  • Technical Skills: high level of proficiency with use of GreekBill, Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook), database software

Application Information

Candidates should submit cover letter and resume to Melissa Nagus at mnagus@pibetaphi.org  

Reports To:  Chief Administrative Officer 

By bringing people and organizations together to solve our region’s most pressing issues, United Way of Greater St Louis is making our community a better place to live, work, and thrive. It’s more than a day job.  It’s a mission.  Come work with us.

We are currently seeking a Director in our Illinois office.  This position is responsible for the implementation of the United Way of Greater St. Louis mission and strategy in the Illinois Division, to include Clinton, Monroe, Randolph and St. Clair Counties.  This position is responsible for fostering and maintaining positive, engaging relationships with corporate partners, board members, volunteers and community stakeholders.  Strong ties to the community are beneficial.

This position is responsible for securing support of corporations, individuals and foundations and analyzing and evaluating strengths and weaknesses of past workplace and leadership giving campaigns to affect improvement going forward.

The Director has responsibilities in the identification, recruitment, orientation and training of all levels of volunteers. This position will also manage relationships with a prospect list of donors and develop a fundraising strategy for each. The Director implements leadership giving in coordination with organizational strategies.

In addition, this position is responsible for the day to day management and operation of the Illinois Division office including providing oversight for the annual operating budget. This position supervises a volunteer staff.

General Responsibilities: 

  • Develop strategic partnerships to advance the role of United Way as a key partner on all matters pertaining to health and human services in the Region.
  • Help key companies achieve corporate social responsibility, community engagement and campaign goals.
  • Keep all internal and external stakeholders up to date on information that affects the campaign and United Way’s impact in the community.
  • Compile research data and prepare statistical reports and analysis. Responsible for accuracy of data maintained in computer/files in areas of responsibility, as well as for reviewing other fundraising and campaign programs and participate in the development of new or modified techniques for use by United Way.  May participate in a project either as part of a department team or in a matrix staff structure.
  • Represent United Way at community functions; Participate in some evening and weekend events.
  • Attend relevant meetings in other parts of the United Way of Greater St. Louis service area.
  • Manage daily operations of the Illinois Division office including preparation and monitoring of the annual budget in conjunction with the Chief Administrative Officer; supervise and coordinate the work of temporary employees who work in the Illinois Division office.
  • Maintain partnerships with United Way funded agencies and other non-profits in the region.
  • Contribute to the overall success of the United Way by performing other essential duties and responsibilities as assigned.

Key Accountabilities: 

  • Achieve increased visibility, awareness, and recognition of impact of United Way in the region by serving as the lead United Way representative in the Illinois Division, and participating in the activities of regionally based organizations and initiatives.
  • Serves the organization as an advisor on matters pertaining to the Illinois Division, communicating the needs and assets, issues and civic opportunities in organizations and initiatives based in the Illinois Division to other departments of the organization.
  • Recruit, develop and maintain an engaged Auxiliary Board of Directors that serves as an extension of the overall United Way Board, provides leadership to the regional office, and helps achieve the United Way Mission.
  • Monitor and provide leadership, as needed, for workplace campaign in assigned division. May be tasked with managing Illinois Division Campaign Chair; monitor division progress and project anticipated results.
  • Assist in the improvement of internal and external processes, keeping them in line with our strategic plan, mission, and needs of the campaign.
  • Fosters a highly collaborative and accountable environment with staff and encourages staff to participate in professional development opportunities.
  • Incorporate metrics in analyzing progress towards goals.

KSA (Knowledge, Skills and Abilities):

  • College degree in job-related area
  • 2-4 years of experience in leading a team
  • Minimum of 5 years relevant experience in job-related area
  • Extensive ties to the community would be beneficial
  • Demonstrate an understanding of United Way and its philosophy, goals and role in the community
  • Strong relationship, project management and customer service skills
  • Knowledge and familiarity with political, social, and economic environment of the geographical area is desirable
  • Prior fundraising experience is preferred. Background in a community organization and/or social services or general business experience involving personal contacts
  • Demonstrate ability to supervise and motivate staff
  • Ability to work with diverse populations and motivate volunteers
  • Demonstrated ability to maintain high-level and consistent work ethic in working relationships and all work related duties
  • Excellent organizational and time management abilities – must be able to prioritize and manage numerous projects and have attention to detail
  • Demonstrate poise, tact, diplomacy, and good judgment when handling difficult, sensitive and confidential situations
  • Some analytical ability is required in order to gather and summarize data for reports
  • Proficient in using Microsoft Excel and Word to produce professional reports and documents

To apply, please submit your resume and/or cover letter to Careers@stl.Unitedway.org.

The United Way of Greater St Louis is an Equal Opportunity Employer

 

  • St. Louis, MO, USA
  • Full-time

Company Description

JDRF International, the world’s leading charitable funder of diabetes research, was founded in 1970 by the parents of children with type 1 diabetes – a disease that strikes people suddenly, makes them insulin dependent for life, and carries the constant threat of devastating complications.

JDRF is the leading global organization funding type 1 diabetes (T1D) research. Our mission is to accelerate life-changing breakthroughs to cure, prevent and treat T1D and its complications. To accomplish this, JDRF has invested nearly $2 billion in research funding since our inception. We are an organization built on a grassroots model of people connecting in their local communities, collaborating regionally for efficiency and broader fundraising impact, and uniting on a national stage to pool resources, passion, and energy. We collaborate with academic institutions, policymakers, and corporate and industry partners to develop and deliver a pipeline of innovative therapies to people living with T1D. Our staff and volunteers in over 70 Chapters throughout the United States and our six international affiliates are dedicated to advocacy, community engagement and our vision of a world without T1D.

The Greater Missouri & Southern Illinois Chapter plays a vital leadership role in JDRF’s success, with a chapter revenue goal of $2.7 million in FY 2019. The Chapter has a strong, committed Board and other volunteers who are actively engaged and passionate supporters of JDRF.  The Executive Director reports to the area’s Regional Director at JDRF, and partners with and works very closely with the Chapter Board.

Job Description

The Executive Director is responsible for creating an atmosphere for the volunteers and staff to succeed in meeting the objectives of JDRF’s mission.  He or she will accomplish this through leadership, management and growth of the chapter including annual budget development, planning, implementation and evaluation of all operations and events in conjunction with the Regional Director and chapter Board of Directors.  To accomplish this, the Executive Director will develop and sustain an effective volunteer Board of Directors, lead relationship building with C-suite corporate executives and major donors, and provide inspired leadership and oversight to all assigned staff.

The Greater Missouri & Southern Illinois Chapter is based in St. Louis.  In addition to the Executive Director, the Chapter staff team (7 full-time and 1 part-time, including the Executive Director) consists of the following positions:

  • Director of Development – Signature Events
  • Director of Development – Peer-to-Peer
  • Development Manager (2)
  • Development Coordinator
  • Outreach Manager
  • Office Manager

The Executive Director’s responsibilities will include the following:

Strategic Leadership:

  • Provide inspired and motivating leadership to the staff and volunteers while planning for and delivering year over year growth by serving as a visionary for the region and assigned territory.
  • Marshall the varied talents and resources available in order to meet and exceed fundraising goals.
  • Develop overall goals, timelines and budgets in partnership with the Board and National Office/Regional Director, and ensure goals are achieved and performance meets or exceeds expectations.
  • Understand JDRF’s core program KPIs and effectively use JDRF systems to aggressively monitor year over year trends and impact on performance.
  • Maintain a comprehensive understanding of JDRF’s mission and research strategy.

Fundraising:

  • Consistently deliver against established revenue/expense targets.
  • Evaluate human and financial resources and develop plans which support maximum market penetration and increased efficiency.
  • In conjunction with the Regional Director and with support from the volunteer leadership, develop and implement annual operational/fundraising plan.
  • Develop a Stewardship plan for all levels of chapter positions to insure appreciation and ongoing relationships key to chapter success is achieved.
  • Develop and execute major donor fundraising initiatives across programs in partnership with the JDRF staff partners (Leadership Giving Director).  Working with volunteer leadership, actively develop and steward relationships with potential major donors.
  • Identify and develop opportunities to engage C-level and other senior corporate executives in order to grow and diversify corporate sponsorship income.  Provide year-round stewardship of corporate relationships, developing a more continuous approach to corporate relationships as opposed to transactional/event-specific engagement.
  • Direct the cultivation and meaningful involvement of volunteers at all levels of income.
  • Partner with volunteer leadership to solicit funding and other support from individuals, corporations, foundations and other sources of funding and/or influence.  Develop prospect solicitation strategies and proposals.
  • Provide leadership and professional staff support for donor-centered and special events fundraising programs.  Work to assure the fundraising priorities of the JDRF International Board are incorporated and successfully implemented.

Board & Volunteer Development:

  • Serve as the staff manager/partner to the Chapter Board, providing leadership, support, materials, reports and assistance in building and implementing annual plans and ensuring the on-going development of a strong and engaged Board.
  • Develop and maintain processes and procedures that promote a good working relationship between staff teams and volunteer leadership.
  • Serve as co-chair of the nominating process and provide direct support and leadership in attracting and retaining high-impact board members.
  • Keep Chapter Board leadership current on all JDRF International Office communications and programs.

Community Development and Public Outreach:

  • Serve as the Chapter’s primary staff representative of JDRF in the community; build strategic relationships with stakeholders and donors on behalf of JDRF and expand JDRF’s footprint in the philanthropic community.
  • Provide leadership for the cultivation of productive relationships with the media and various constituent and related groups including professional, educational and political leadership.
  • Through chapter staff, ensure support for JDRF’s Public Outreach Programs (e.g. Family Network activities, Bag of Hope, Coffees, etc.)
  • Assist the Government Relations Committee as a source of information about the market’s state/district and membership; provide assistance to the Advocacy team chair. Act as a liaison between the JDRF International government relations office and the local market.

Staff and Financial Management and Development:

  • Direct and manage resources including staff and volunteers. Cultivate and sustain a strong team-oriented culture, with an emphasis on collaboration, results and accountability.
  • Model JDRF Volunteer/Staff Partnership including staff to staff/volunteer to volunteer management.
  • Accountable for the development, management, and attainment of annual budgets, the maintenance of its fiscal records, and the timely and accurate submission of JDRF financial and forecast reports. Ensure efficient and appropriate utilization of JDRF equipment and facilities.
  • Ensure that staff and volunteers follow guidelines necessary to achieve no significant or repeat violations on Internal Audits.
  • Perform and/or facilitate personnel management functions in accordance with JDRF policies and procedures, including, but not limited to performance management, training, supervision and hiring/termination.
  • Ensure and oversee the preparation of Chapter status reports, plans and activities. Ensure confidentiality and security of all information under supervision.

Liaison with International Office:

  • Represent JDRF International Office at designated functions as a JDRF professional and attend meetings as requested.
  • Represent interests, professionalism and integrity of JDRF in all activities and relationships through a unified message of the JDRF mission and a commitment to organizational standards and leadership by personal example.
  • Ensure that the policies adopted by JDRF are understood and followed by all staff.
  • Provide leadership in building confidence and a strong working relationship between the field offices and the International office.

Qualifications

KEY CRITERIA:

  • Minimum of 10 years of professional non-profit fundraising experience, with a clear record of achievement in a complex, mission-driven organization; 5+ years in a supervisory capacity.  For-profit experience combined with non-profit experience will be considered.
  • Record of success in a fundraising leadership role, particularly in large scale events (walk, gala, etc.) and major gifts ($10,000+).  Consultative sales experience a strong plus.
  • Experience and ability to partner with strong and active volunteer leaders is critical, as is the ability to work successfully with a large network of passionate volunteers.
  • Strong skills in the identification, cultivation, solicitation and on-going stewardship of major individual donors and corporate partners. Strong sales aptitude- the ability to build rapport and trust, make the ask, and maintain long-term relationships.
  • Exceptional management skills and the ability to inspire, lead and motivate a talented staff team; develop and sustain an inclusive and respectful work environment through all interactions with staff. Commitment to staff development and ability to create career/development plans for staff, with a view toward retaining a talented team.
  • Team player that has the experience and ability to interface with all levels of staff and volunteers.  Must develop, grow, manage, and utilize relationships.  Capability to leverage relationships and negotiate agreements.
  • Ability to develop and successfully maintain an extensive network of strategic relationships (donors, volunteers, community partners, etc.) in the local market and other markets in the Chapter area.  Existing network in the local market a plus.
  • Experience leading through and managing change.
  • Knowledge of business and management principles involved in strategic planning, resource allocation, leadership technique, production methods, human behavior and performance, and coordination of people and resources.  Proficiency in non-profit fiscal and strategic management.
  • Bachelor’s degree required.

PERSONAL / PROFESSIONAL ATTRIBUTES:

  • High degree of energy, integrity, courage and creativity as well as the intellectual, organizational, and personal qualities to quickly earn respect and cooperation from all program constituencies.
  • High capacity to assess the value, importance, and/or quality of activities and people.
  • High level of comfort communicating complex information (e.g. JDRF research, goals, etc.) to a wide range of audiences, from high-net worth individuals to corporate and governmental leaders, the press and the public.
  • Superior active listening, analytical, and problem solving skills.
  • Effectively multi-task, establishes priorities, and work in a fast paced environment.  Highly efficient in time management and can meet deadlines under pressure.  Ability to work and make judgments independently and take initiative.  Well-disciplined and a self-starter that is extremely resourceful.
  • Talent for and commitment to working with and through others.
  • Executive presence.
  • Ability to be a passionate spokesperson/representative of JDRF’s mission.
  • Honesty, sincerity and authenticity.
  • High emotional IQ.
  • Proven track record of success and stability.
  • Evening and weekend work required as needed.
  • Ability to travel locally required.  Occasional overnight travel as needed.

Contact Information:

If you’d like to join our team, please submit your resume and cover letter with salary requirements to JDRF by clicking the job URL http://smrtr.io/TRWQ

JDRF is an Equal Opportunity Employer

 

 

Do you love helping businesses connect to increase their success?

Do you have a passion for developing and executing business plans?

The Northwest Chamber of Commerce President role may be the perfect opportunity for you!

The Northwest Chamber of Commerce is a 501(c)6 non-profit, voluntary organization that unites businesses and citizens who invest their time and money in a community development program – working together to improve the economic, civic, and cultural well-being of our area.  Our chamber of commerce is about people – a place for members to get involved and accomplish collectively what one could not alone!

We are seeking a dynamic individual with a passion for developing and executing a business plan while promoting our unique culture.  Key tenets of this culture include:

  • Leaving the community in a better place;
  • Being kind to others;
  • Creating a networking community without cliques;
  • Developing business through relationship building – being a farmer, not a hunter;
  • Promoting a Chamber without Borders;
  • Having fun!

In order to accomplish these goals, the President of the Northwest Chamber of Commerce is responsible for:

  • Leading the development and successful implementation of the Northwest Chamber of Commerce’s multiyear strategic plan and the corresponding annual business plans as approved by the Board of Directors;
  • Ensuring the effective and profitable operation for the Northwest Chamber of Commerce through optimum use of human resources, financial resources, equipment, technology, and processes in order to fulfill the goals of the organization;
  • Creating a positive and productive work environment for Chamber staff;
  • Identifying and securing revenue generation opportunities that provide benefits to the members.

The ideal candidate for this role will possess the following qualifications, skills and attributes:

  • Bachelor’s degree in business, marketing, public relations or related field is strongly preferred;
  • 3-5 years of experience developing and implementing strategic plans with accountability for budget and financial decisions;
  • 5 years of experience leading and managing a team of 3 or more employees required;
  • Experience as a Chamber of Commerce leader, business owner or as business leader in a corporate environment with responsibility for strategic planning and budgeting preferred;
  • For individual’s without Chamber of Commerce experience, preference will be given to candidates with experience serving on a Chamber Board of Directors;
  • Valid driver’s license and reliable transportation are required
  • This position will typically work 40+ hours per week with frequent night and weekends required

This role offers a competitive compensation package including:

  • $60,000 – $70,000 plus potential for bonus
  • 3 weeks paid time off

Qualified candidates should send a resume to hr@peoplesolutionscenter.com.

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