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Here Are All The Nonprofit Jobs for May 2019 We Could Find

Artie Shlykov 30 April 2019 0 comments

Nonprofit JobsEvery month, we compile a list of nonprofit jobs within the United States.


Are you looking for a career in the nonprofit space?


Or looking for a change from your current nonprofit work?


Maybe just browsing opportunities and unsure if nonprofit work is right for you?


Regardless of why you’re here, if you’re looking for nonprofit jobs, you’ve come to the right place! This month Wild Apricot brings you a compiled list of job postings from America’s top nonprofits, listing websites and social media groups, all categorized by region.


Due to popular demand, this month we’ve included a section for remote jobs, so those looking to work from home won’t get left out!

 

So sit back and read through all the listings we could find!

 

Remote Jobs

Northeast

Southeast

Midwest

Southwest

West


Remote Jobs

 

Disaster Preparedness Instructor Consultant


Habitat for Humanity


Responsibilities:

  • Review existing course material: Instructor’s guides, PowerPoint decks, exercises, and resources

  • Business Continuity Planning

  • Foundations of Habitat and Disaster Risk Reduction and Response

  • Designing and Managing a Disaster Response Program

  • Participate in training of trainers

  • Conduct outreach to priority high risk affiliates, in coordination with HFHI DR3

  • Facilitate webinar and/or in-person trainings (#, location, and dates TBD)

  • Facilitate feedback from participants based on MEAL plan, follow up on questions or challenges affiliates may experience in developing their plans after training

  • Collect and analyze feedback from participants

  • Provide feedback on course content and methods with a focus on the appropriateness and feasibility of objectives for a US affiliate audience

 

Senior Director, Global Foundation Partnerships


Heifer International


Responsibilities:

  • Design, implement and manage a comprehensive and proactive development plan focused on expanding US foundation relationships to reach an annual revenue target and future goals.

  • Establish long-term partnerships to expand domestic and international funding relationships and strengthen existing relationships.

  • Manage a portfolio of high-value foundation relationships.

  • Travel both domestically and internationally to establish and strengthen relationships with current and prospective foundation donors.

  • Maintain records and data related to the management of accounts in the organization’s CRM and document management systems.

  • Manage the proposal development process for foundation donors. Serve as lead writer for proposals in the portfolio of accounts.

  • Develop and review proposal budgets, logical frameworks, work plans, etc.

  • Coordinate with program staff to develop and review the tracking and monitoring of reporting deadlines, implementation, and grant expenditure. Work with country offices and Practice Area teams to coordinate reporting for foundation accounts.

  • Manage systems and protocols for knowledge management, including tracking systems, donor relations database, document retention and filing systems.


Analytics Manager


Habitat for Humanity


Responsibilities:

  • Identify key performance metrics and scorecard for affiliate experience

  • Develop, maintain and steward scorecard to measure and drive improvements in affiliate experience

  • Analyze scorecard, pull together executive summary with key insights

  • Work with U.S. Office and IT to configure inputs and outputs from Salesforce to ensure actionable data

  • Develop and implement reporting tools that help HFHI staff understand trends (e.g. common call center questions or concerns; frequency of requests for a given type of resource, etc.)

  • Develop affiliate-facing reports that model transparency and trust-building (e.g. feedback loops that share what HFHI heard in a given survey and what is happening as a result of that feedback)

  • Collaborate with Collaborative Operating Model team on overall metrics for the U.S. Support Model.

  • Support Salesforce training efforts focused on greater adoption and usage of Salesforce (including reporting)


Office Assistant


The Aviation Information Sharing and Analysis Center


Responsibilities:

  • Support quarterly Workshops, annual summit, and other internal and external events in scheduling, logistics, registration management, speaker management, facility coordination, event research & planning, and attendee support

  • Provide coordinator support to include scheduling and minutes taking, to community working groups and other meetings as directed.

  • Metrics tracking in support of the association

  • General administrative tasks and special projects as assigned.

 

 

Northeast

 

Development Associate

 

United Way of the Greater Lehigh Valley

 

Allentown, Pennsylvania


Responsibilities:

This position is a mix of donor prospect research and general administrative support for UWGLV’s fundraising team.  The Development Associate will manage prospect research and data integrity strategy, manage the data integrity of Tocqueville Society members and perform prospect research in order to make recommendations on qualified leads to fundraising professionals.  Our data sources for prospect research includes Wealth Engine, our internal CRM dataset as well as general external resources. This is an internal facing position that plays a behind-the-scenes supporting role for our resource development team. During campaign season this position provides general support to the workplace campaign staff which may include some errand running in Lehigh, Northampton and Carbon counties.

 

Medical Receptionist

 

Penn Medicine Princeton Health

 

Princeton, NJ

 

Responsibilities: The Float Medical Receptionist is responsible for scheduling patient appointments, receiving and processing outpatients, collecting and communicating patient demographic/insurance information, data entry of patient services and co-payments, payment reconciliation and deposit, processing referrals and pre-certification of procedures for the practices within Princeton Medicine Physicians. This position requires the Float Medial Receptionist to travel to all of our locations and work a variety of shifts (between the hours of 7:15 am-8 pm). Requires flexibility due to changing coverage needs. Position may also require Saturday and Sunday coverage from time to time based on coverage needs.


Community Ambassador


United Way of Massachusetts Bay and Merrimack Valley


Boston, Massachusetts


Responsibilities:

  • Coordinate processes within assigned corporate accounts, including: creating campaign timelines, ordering and delivering campaign materials, creating reports, tracking results, collecting donor detail, and other administrative duties.

  • Inform United Way staff of progress, challenges, and opportunities throughout the campaign.

  • Using skills learned during professional training, develop and execute specific strategies for maximizing performance in each assigned account, with a primary focus on increasing donor gifts, retaining previous donors, and recruiting and engaging new donors.

 

Director of Finance


New Britain Museum of American Art


New Britain, Connecticut


Responsibilities:

  • Analyze and present financial reports in an accurate and timely manner; clearly communicate monthly and annual financial statements; collate financial reporting materials for all donor segments, and oversee all financial, project/program and grants accounting.

  • Oversee and lead annual budgeting and planning process in conjunction with the Director and CEO and Deputy Director; administer and review all financial plans and budgets; monitor progress and changes; prepare mid-year projections; and keep senior leadership team abreast of the organization’s financial status, including problem areas and opportunities.

  • Manage organizational cash flow and forecasting.

  • Implement a robust contracts management and financial management/reporting system; ensure that the contract billing and collection schedule is adhered to and that financial data and cash flow are steady and support operational requirements.

  • Update and implement all necessary business policies and accounting practices; improve the Finance department’s overall policy and procedure manual.

  • Effectively communicate and present critical financial matters to the board of directors.

  • Support and advise on strategic and long-term financial planning and opportunities.

  • Maintain accurate shop and equipment inventories for audit and insurance purposes.

  • Coordinate and lead the annual audit process, in full compliance with generally accepted accounting principles and funder requirements; liaise with external auditors and the audit committee of the board of directors; assess any changes necessary.

  • Negotiate and maintain all Museum financial contracts.

  • Manage the Museum’s relationships with banks, insurance companies and other vendors.

  • Supervise the acquisition and maintenance of all Museum insurance programs, including benefits.

  • Monitor investment account and manage investment rate negotiations and renewals.

  • Provide financial data for grant applications and interim and final reports.

  • Work with Development staff to ensure accuracy for fundraising auction checkouts.

  • Archive financial records in accordance with Museum, Federal, and State requirements.

  • Supervise and train personnel associated with the Finance Department.

  • Oversee day-to-day operations, bi-weekly payroll, benefit processing, and accrued time off.

  • Report at and serve as liaison for Finance, Audit and Investment Committees.

  • Manage compensation and benefits programs, including health insurance, 403 (b).

  • Prepare payroll and administer pension.

  • Provide general administration and management support to the Deputy Director in the areas of Human resources, Information technology, and office maintenance, including repairs and service contracts for office equipment and systems as necessary.

 

Donor Relations Manager


United Way of Hampshire County


Northampton, Massachusetts


Responsibilities:

  • Participate in all aspects of the gift cycle – initiate contacts with potential leadership and major gift donors, develop appropriate cultivation strategies, move potential donors in an appropriate and timely fashion toward fund creation, and maintain stewardship contact with donors.

  • Work collaboratively with colleagues, volunteer leadership, and professional advisors (attorneys, wealth advisors, accountants, and trust officers) to cultivate and expand current giving by planned gift donors.

  • Oversee process of establishing new funds by assisting donors in selecting charitable giving products that complement and enhance donors’ charitable goals.

  • Plan, implement, and evaluate donor cultivation and stewardship events such as small gatherings, luncheons, cocktails, and educational sessions to build partnerships with donors.

  • Plan, implement, and evaluate professional advisor educational outreach events to continually update and guide professional advisors in the charitable and planned giving arena.

  • Work with the entire UWHC staff and board to strengthen relationships throughout our region.

  • Participate regularly in community activities and events to enhance the image and position of UWHC. Activities include speaking to groups, participating in civic engagement, and overall immersion in the community by networking to foster the culture of philanthropy.

 

Manager, Food and Benefits Access     


United Way of New York City


New York, New York


Responsibilities:

  • Serve as the primary point of contact for FSC and EFSP partners to provide technical assistance and guidance to ensure partners can meet deliverables and remain in compliance.  

  • Oversee the Trax 8 data management system and internal fiscal management system (FMS) in collaboration with IT and Finance departments for FSC partners.

  • Develop Trax 8 and FMS training materials and use materials to conduct trainings for FSC partners.

  • Develop outreach materials for FSC partners.

  • Prepare quarterly and yearly grant, budget and expense progress report documents for FSC partners.

  • Develop and distribute program reports for FSC partner organizations in order to share performance outcomes, best practices and project relevant information across the SNAP outreach network.

  • Stay informed of SNAP policies on the local and national level.

  • Participate in SNAP Taskforce meetings with external partners.

  • Assist in the development of funding allocation guidelines as well as with creating scoring and tracking tools for EFSP partners.

  • Review interim and final grant reports for EFSP partners.

  • Other projects and duties as assigned.

 

Resource Development Specialist

 

Upper Manhattan Empowerment Zone Development Corporation


New York, New York


Responsibilities:

  • Assist in developing and identifying new funding opportunities with corporations, foundations, banks and government sources by providing recommendations and briefings to the CEO

  • Under the direction of the CEO, prepare letters of interest and grant proposals for funding opportunities

  • Prepare funding reports, prospect research, tracking, and collecting necessary data for reporting purposes to funders; update tracking spreadsheet for funding, including deliverables to ensure timely fulfillment of funding requirements

  • Prepare funding requests, overseeing proposal coordination, including research, grant writing and editing funding proposals

  • Work with the Senior Management to coordinate information for proposals

  • Supports strategic planning and proposal development phases working collaboratively with Senior Management

  • Cultivate and maintain relationships with funders such as other funders, corporate, foundations and other philanthropic organizations

 

Staff Attorney


Foundation for Individual Rights in Education


Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


Responsibilities:

  • Litigating on behalf of students and professors at public colleges and universities in furtherance of FIRE’s mission;

  • Drafting demand letters, pleadings, discovery responses/requests, motions, and other documents;

  • Assisting in drafting amicus curiae briefs when requests are received;

  • Assisting in case development and analyzing potential litigation matters;

  • Communicating with student and faculty plaintiffs;

  • Reviewing documents received in response to discovery requests/FOIA requests;

  • Attending depositions, hearings, trials, and other proceedings;

  • Working with the communications team;

  • Editing and drafting posts for FIRE’s Newsdesk;

  • Attending student conferences.

 

Southeast

Outreach Coordinator

 

United Way of Broward County


Fort Lauderdale, Florida


Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for the recruitment of veterans for the SSVF program

  • Responsible for screening process and enrolment of clients into the SSVF Program.

  • Responsible for linking veterans to services available in the community.

  • Conducts and participates in street outreach to identify homeless veterans and present the SSVF Program as an alternative to homelessness.

  • Conduct the day to day operations of the SSVF outreach component.

 

Senior Vice President, Community Engagement


United Way of Greater Atlanta


Atlanta, Georgia


Responsibilities:

  • Oversee 60+ staff in the Community Engagement (CE) Department and 2-1-1 by providing leadership, strategic direction, administrative supervision, and professional development.

  • Develop strong and sustainable relationships with a broad spectrum of individual and organizational stakeholders, including funders, policy-makers, community leaders, volunteers and partner agencies.

  • Identify and introduce strategic solutions to achieve and advance CWB goals by incubating innovative practices, scaling strategic projects and initiatives across the region and transferring internal knowledge of incubated projects to partners who can assist in achieving sustainable impact

  • Identify external partners and influence regional leaders in aligning and accelerating existing collaborative work that advances CWB agenda

  • Oversee the broader CWB Movement strategies and goals, including facilitation of external committees such as Child Well-Being Steering Committee.

  • Harness and utilize data in furtherance of community outcomes in collaboration with UWGA’s CIO and IT functions.

  • Advance learning and continuous improvement by tracking, measuring and evaluating processes and outcomes, and leading course corrections.

  • Support and staff CE’s volunteer leaders, including the Community Engagement Council and its sub-committees.

  • Coordinate with UWGA leadership, volunteer committees and staff to advance the vision and mission of the organization, including effective and optimal community engagement, communication, resource development, volunteerism, and fiscal accountability.

  • Participate as member of the President’s Cabinet in driving overall organizational strategies.

  • Provide direct supervision to the Vice President of Strategy and Knowledge Development, Vice President of RCOH & Place Based Initiatives, Vice President of Learning and Development, Vice President of 2-1-1, Sr. Director of Advocacy & Public Policy, Sr. Director of Operations and Investments, and Operations Manager.

 

Marketing Project Manager

 

United Way of Metropolitan Nashville


Nashville, Tennessee


Responsibilities:

  • Conceptualizes and executes innovative techniques to increase community awareness, fundraising and volunteerism through marketing and advertising efforts

  • Coordinates the development and production of all internal and external marketing collateral, advertising campaigns and related marketing materials

  • Works with CMO and marketing and communications teams to ensure consistent voice and brand across all UWMN communications

  • Negotiates and purchases print ad placements and works collaboratively with Digital Content Specialist to support digital advertising efforts

  • Serves as a key member of the UWW Digital Services and Salesforce Philanthropy Cloud teams to ensure successful implementation, maintenance and effectiveness of the products

  • Supports the Chief Marketing Officer in research, development and implementation of new marketing and communications initiatives, products and/or tools

  • Processes submitted project request forms from internal departments to ensure requests are fulfilled and to accomplish the desired goals of those who request the project

  • Works collaboratively with the Marketing, Workplace Giving and Community Impact teams to keep all marketing projects moving and ensuring all projects are delivered on time and on budget

  • Is responsible for the routing and approval process of all marketing and communications projects

  • Takes ownership of, and responsibility for, the organization-wide project management software/tool

  • Provides weekly project management reports and communicates status reports to all parties on a timely basis

  • Is attentive to project deadlines and communicates status to appropriate team members to ensure awareness of upcoming and critical deadlines

  • In collaboration with Chief Marketing Officer, provides leadership and guidance in creating and executing marketing, advertising and development plans and project activities to ensure brand integrity and consistent organizational voice

  • Responsible for performing external market/donor research through setting up focus groups and sending surveys with key stakeholders to create informed marketing strategies and allow key stakeholders to feel the partnership with UWMN

  • Works with Chief Marketing Officer to develop and operate within the financial budget for the Marketing Department to help ensure the financial stability of the organization

  • Processes all vendor invoices and tracks spending against budget for all marketing and communications projects

  • Provides a superior level of customer service to internal and external customers, delivering high-quality products on time, within budget and with the highest level of courtesy and professionalism

  • Takes initiative in working across teams and functional areas of the organization, and stays abreast of current impact work taking place within, and supported by, the organization

  • Researches emerging marketing trends and applies knowledge to marketing strategies and activities to keep the image and brand of UWMN relevant which allows UWMN to reach toward its vision

  • Explores and identifies marketing best practices, techniques, and advancements to ensure that products, resources, and tools from the Marketing department are the best products, resources, and tools to continue to advance UWMN’s mission and to guarantee UWMN’s standards are being maintained

 

Marketing and Communications Director


United Way of York County, SC


Rock Hill, South Carolina


Responsibilities:

  • Develop and implement an integrated strategic communications plan to advance United Way’s brand identity; broaden awareness of its programs and priorities; and increase the visibility across key stakeholder audiences.

  • Identify challenges and emerging issues. Work with leadership team and staff to recognize internal and external communications opportunities and solutions and define and execute appropriate strategies to support them.

  • Create and manage Affinity Groups to fulfill United Way’s mission.

  • Function as an effective brand steward, providing peer-to-peer leadership, training, and support to help all staff to deliver the ideal messaging at all times.

  • Coordination with development of marketing support for annual donor campaign including printed materials, donor communication plans, digital presentations, direct mail and events.

  • Work with all departments to integrate marketing and communications strategies.

  • Follow progress of United Way Worldwide in branding, marketing and communications tools, and research.

  • Proactively develop targeted stories for placement in all communications channels, including print, internet, radio, and television outlets.

  • Provide talking points for staff and volunteers that reflect feedback from donor research and current-year business plans, and clearly support the mission of United Way.

  • Develop and assist in implementation of new opportunities to raise awareness of the United Way brand locally.

  • Develop and assist in implementation of year-round communications, advertising, printing, and publications.

  • Develop and assist in implementation of annual report, monthly newsletter, campaign video and other marketing material as needed.

  • Participate in on-line training, webinars, and when possible, attend seminars to keep abreast of industry and system best practices and enhancements.

  • Develops, manages, and monitors organizational-wide social media strategy that aligns with United Way of York County, SC’s Strategic Plan.


Senior Director, Business Development


United Way Worldwide


Alexandria, Virginia


Responsibilities:

  • Drive LUW SPC sales performance.

  • Close net new SPC partnerships.

  • Train LUW Development personnel on SPC value proposition, sales strategy, selling platforms and tools to achieve goals.

  • Engage with and support the Investor Relations and GCL teams to drive SPC sales performance and goal achievement.

  • Be able to clearly articulate United Ways brand value, mission and vision and its unique positioning to solve some of the most critical challenges that impact the communities we serve.

  • Assist in developing distribution strategy, market feedback and competitive analysis to continuously improve goo to market approach.

 

Chief of Staff


National Board for Professional Teaching Standards


Arlington, Virginia


Responsibilities:

  • Advance Senior Leadership Team Effectiveness and Organizational Success

  • Manage and support the process for developing and tracking annual organizational strategic goals and strategies as well as departmental strategic plans and budgets

  • Oversee and coordinate Senior Leadership Team meetings and retreats, including agenda creation, preparation, facilitation, and follow-up

  • Assist the Senior Leadership Team in leveraging the expertise, counsel, and relationships of the National Board’s Board of Directors

  • Shepherd time-sensitive priorities, engaging staff across the organization as necessary (such as external partner engagement opportunities)

  • Act as a key thought partner, brainstorming & identifying solutions to challenges, to the President / CEO and the Chief Operating Officer, as well as the Senior Leadership Team, on matters of priority to the National Board

  • Strengthen Internal Communications and External Relationship Management

  • Implement internal communication norms and best practices among National Board Senior

  • Oversee the creation of briefings and associated materials in preparation for priority external meetings

  • Support effective and efficient communications with the Board of Directors, in collaboration with the Corporate Secretary

  • Strengthen structures for role clarity and decision-making clarity across the organization

  • Coordinate structures for effective collaboration across the organization, especially on cross-functional projects or topics

  • In collaboration with Human Resources, lead the design and implementation of staff engagement and feedback structures

  • In collaboration with Human Resources, strengthen internal feedback processes, including entry and exit interviews, and assist with talent searches

  • Provide support and leadership to special projects as appropriate, especially new projects and cross-functional projects

 

Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

 

United Way of South Hampton Roads


Norfolk, Virginia


Responsibilities:

The CEO serves as the principal resource to the Board of Directors and its key committees and gives strong direction in policy formulation and interpretation.  S/he partners with the Board of Directors and the United Way senior leadership team to craft organizational goals and develop strategies that align to the organization’s strategic direction and ensures that they are achieved. S/he cultivates a strong and transparent relationship with the Board, while working with the Board to build a diverse and inclusive Board membership that is representative of the community, is highly engaged, and willing to secure and leverage resources.


The CEO ensures the financial viability of the organization by meeting or exceeding annual fundraising goals specified by the Board of Directors. S/he identifies, cultivates and solicits prospective donors and key leaders of prospective new corporate partners; leverages personal and professional contacts and relationships into fundraising opportunities. S/he ensures that comprehensive marketing, branding, and development strategies that provide consistency throughout the organization and enhance revenue from major donors, foundations, government agencies, and corporations are formulated and executed.


The CEO is a thought leader in community-wide collective impact initiatives and is responsible for the overall impact of United Way on the community, with particular emphasis on increasing its capacity to drive the impact agenda.  S/he sets the direction for the implementation of rigorous collective impact disciplines, emphasizing a common agenda, shared measurement systems, mutually reinforcing activities, continuous communications, and evidence-based solutions that are analytically sound. S/he works closely with the Board to craft and adapt the strategy to achieve this increased impact, including raising the funds to support it.  S/he will establish and build relationships with top leaders in the community, including those representing the highest levels in business, government, high net worth individuals, foundations and non-profit sectors.


The CEO is accountable for leading high-performing teams, ensuring all teams are aligned and collaborating to achieve organizational results. S/he provides leadership that models organizational values and fosters an inspirational, motivational, supportive operating environment that sustains a positive and productive organizational culture.  The CEO ensures United Way’s goals of inclusiveness and diversity among staff and volunteers are met.


The CEO maintains accountability for the operational and fiscal integrity of the organization within policies set by the Board of Directors.  The CEO ensures the necessary organizational capacity exists to implement measure and evaluate identified strategies. S/he supervises, establishes individual goals, and supports professional development of the Senior Team. S/he works with the Vice President, Finance & Administration to manage organizational spending, monitor budget compliance, and mitigate financial risks.

 

Director of Marketing and Communications


United Way of Southern Kentucky


Bowling Green, Kentucky


Responsibilities:

  • Develop, oversee and implement marketing strategy for all business segments including campaign, special events, community impact, DPIL and 2-1-1 to position the UWSK brand as the most recognizable non-profit in the region, focusing on increasing support and deepening relationships with our target audiences.

  • Develop and foster media relations and secure in-kind media support.

  • Create and execute comprehensive PR & communications plan including e-newsletters by market segment, media interviews, broadcast and radio PSA’s, news releases., etc. designed to achieve organization’s strategic objectives.

  • Oversee design and maintain the organization’s website.

  • Create and implement a comprehensive social media plan through multiple social networks.

  • Execute development of organization’s annual report.

  • Recruit and maintain a year round Marketing Committee to help direct organization’s marketing efforts.

  • Ensure proper brand alignment within guidelines set by United Way Worldwide.

  • Develop overall plans, including volunteer recruitment & management, for key volunteer events like Feed the Need and Day of Caring with a focus on impacting the organization’s Education, Income, Health & Safety Net goals.

  • Lead execution of marketing related elements of the organization’s Strategic Plan.

  • Provide support to the annual fundraising campaign process as needed including account management, Speaker’s Bureau training and account presentations.

  • Develop, create and publish all campaign materials including campaign video that successfully promotes the brand and community need.

  • Manage and execute key organization events.

  • Work with Resource Development to develop stewardship and acknowledgement program to ensure timely recognition for donor support.

  • Develop advocacy efforts designed to impact Education, Income, Health and Safety Net platform as appropriate.

  • Serve as backup 2-1-1 contact specialist as needed.

  • Compile UWW reports related to volunteer program and marketing.

  • Develop and provide appropriate oversight of Marketing department budget.

  • Complete other projects/tasks as assigned by Executive Management.

 

President/CEO


United Way of the Blue Grass


Lexington, Kentucky


Responsibilities:

The President & CEO provides strong, innovative and collaborative leadership in developing financial resources and in identifying and responding to community priorities in education and health and human services; creates and builds awareness of United Way’s role in the region including involvement of its diverse constituencies; and maintains accountability for the overall operational and fiscal integrity of the organization with the policies set by the Board.

 

2-1-1 Contact Specialist

 

United Way of Southern Kentucky


Bowling Green, Kentucky


Responsibilities:

  • In a call/contact center environment, receive telephone calls and communications via other channels from individuals seeking information and assistance to solve their health and human service needs.  Interview inquirers to fully assess their situations; search the resource database and other sources to determine what assistance may be available. Provide inquirers with specific detailed information on accessing public and private resources.  Conduct follow-up calls and advocacy as appropriate, especially for those inquirers who are incapacitated by age, physical or mental illness or handicap, or who are otherwise unable to communicate with various service delivery systems effectively. Record detailed contact information in computerized transaction database.

  • Collect and record data on community agencies, programs, and service providers, and otherwise assist in developing and maintaining the 2-1-1 resource database.

  • Acquire and provide ongoing staff education by doing assigned and/or appropriate reading, participation in regular staff meetings, attending training and/or workshops, writing reports on meetings attended and maintaining a network of communication with UWSK staff.

  • Work assigned shift as scheduled, but available in times of community disaster and emergency crisis situations to provide accurate and reliable information to inquirers.

  • Perform customer service surveys and track gaps in community services/resources.

  • Meet call volume and quality standards (KPI’s).  Prepare for and pass the professional certification exam (CIRS) offered by the National Alliance of Information and Referral Systems (AIRS) as determined by management.  Adhere to AIRS standards when performing all job functions.

  • Protect consumer and client confidentiality by discussing all concerns and reactions only with designated agency employees, and within the physical confines of UWSK offices, unless otherwise approved by the inquirer, agency, or defined by state and federal laws.

  • Develop and maintain proficiency in use of all computer, telephone, and contact center equipment and software.

  • Other duties and tasks as assigned by 2-1-1 Contact Center Director.


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Fund Development Associate

 

United Way of Johnson County


Franklin, Indiana


Responsibilities:

  • Staff the campaign cabinet committee and other subcommittees that report to the campaign cabinet.

  • In conjunction with the campaign chair, develop goals and measurable objectives for the annual fundraising campaign and ensure these goals and objectives are carried out.   

  • Create a mechanism by which UWJC obtains and organizes relevant background information on current and prospective corporate accounts.  This would include working with UWW on NCL companies.

  • Responsible for making sure accurate information is maintained on corporate and employee givers in the campaign database.

  • Develop and implement volunteer training programs for campaign volunteers.

  • Responsible for developing and implementing the account executive packets to be used when calling on corporate accounts.

  • Where appropriate, make calls with the volunteer account executive on corporate accounts.  When a volunteer is not available, make calls on corporate accounts.

  • Work with the campaign coordinators to set-up and organize the employee campaigns including scheduling agency tours, employee presentations, delivery of supplies and other requests of the campaign coordinators.

  • Make employee presentations.

  • Follow-up with CEO’s and campaign coordinators to ensure prompt reporting on results.

  • Follow-up with companies that might occur throughout the year.

  • Responsible for researching and writing grants to supplement the income stream for the various programs United Way supports.

  • Be apart of the United Way team that plans, coordinates and implements special events such as the kick off, annual celebration etc.

  • Attend board of directors meetings.

  • Attend executive committee meetings when necessary.

 

Communication Manager - Media Relations


Feeding America National


Chicago, Illinois


Responsibilities:

  • Supports the Director of Communications, Consumer Media, with media outreach for the organization’s national consumer media strategy, from story ideation to media placement.

  • Manages the organization’s thought-leadership communications strategies, collaborating with research and programs teams, to support organizational objectives while maintaining and increasing the organization’s awareness among key constituencies, including mass and trade media, grass-top influencers, and potential new donors.

  • Works with senior management to identify topics of interest for keynote, panel and session speakers at major association, education, government meetings and issue-oriented conferences.

  • Develops briefing materials for executive subject matter experts for thought-leadership-related activities and media events.  

  • Drafts and edits communication materials including media statements, topline messages, issue backgrounders, fact sheets, speeches/presentations, press releases, media pitches, editorial pieces, social media content and other communication materials for various targeted audiences.

  • Collaborates with teammates, government relations team, and network member communicators on consumer or mass media story development, local advocacy strategies and issues management, as needed.

  • Manages media monitoring and analysis, including the creation of reports related to Feeding America campaigns as well as composing weekly e-newsletter.

  • Works in partnership with the Advocacy team on the social media strategy for specific channels and target audiences.

 

Managing Director, New Partnerships


Feeding America National


Chicago, Illinois


Responsibilities:

  • Set business development strategy and annual operating plans to deliver approximately $15 million in revenue annually from new corporate partners, spanning corporate philanthropic giving, cause marketing, donor employee engagement and in-kind support.

  • Develop, monitor and evaluate pipeline of prospective donor partners across high priority industry sectors to align resources and ensure appropriate prioritization of business development efforts.

  • Establish processes and protocols to guide new business development cycle and relationship management across team, including both proactive prospecting and inbound lead response.

  • Manage team of six regional business development leaders.

  • Serve as primary relationship manager on 3-4 emerging high-priority, strategic partnerships that are strongly aligned with organization’s strategy and priority initiatives.

  • Oversee the donor employee engagement function, encompassing workplace giving, corporate volunteerism, online fundraising and skills-based volunteerism among both existing and new corporate partners.

  • Provide donor cultivation and engagement strategy guidance to team members to enhance effectiveness of new partnership cultivation efforts.

  • Ensure strategic alignment with Feeding America network food banks, development, food sourcing and other Feeding America departments on partner engagement strategies.

  • Develop productive, collaborative relationships with network food bank leaders to identify, cultivate and develop mutually beneficial corporate partnerships benefiting both national and local organizations.

  • Represent business development function in strategy and planning meetings with internal Feeding America teams, network food banks and new/prospective corporate partners.

  • Actively participate in leadership development team for Corporate Partnerships.


Specialist, New Partnerships


Feeding America National


Chicago, Illinois


Responsibilities:

  • Support Corporate Partnerships’ relationship managers in meeting the team’s annual fundraising revenue goal (Fiscal Year 2019 = $90 million) with specific focus on helping New Partnerships team meet its annual fundraising revenue goal of $15M+

  • Manage all new, inbound inquiries to Feeding America’s Corporate Partnerships team through a dedicated inbox and phone line with a focus on responsiveness, donor stewardship and thorough vetting of potential partnerships. Help ensure that inbound leads are efficiently and effectively handled and converted into new partnerships for the organization; and help ensure that those who are not viable candidates are treated with respect and data is documented appropriately in our database for future cultivation or consideration. Coordinate referral of potential partners to appropriate inter-departmental leads or network food banks, as needed.

  • Responsible for tracking, reporting and analyzing inbound inquiry stream on regular basis. Identify and implement process improvements to inbound leads process to increase efficiency and impact, working in conjunction with their supervisor and the New Partnerships team.

  • Responsible for providing account management support to members of New Partnerships team as needed; support may include gift/contract processing, financial reporting, member grant distribution process oversight, grant tracking and reporting, scheduling and preparing materials for meetings, drafting briefing documents, donor follow up, donor stewardship execution, back up support when team members  are out of office/traveling, database entry and other tasks.

  • Responsible for updating New Partnerships team resources on organizational intranet (HungerNet) both for internal and Network reference; help ensure network and other stakeholders’ questions about new/emerging partnerships are addressed thoroughly and promptly.

  • Interest in and desire to secure fundraising donations and resources for Feeding America

  • Follow department's standard operating procedures for donor recruitment and stewardship, relationship management and network engagement.

  • Represent the Corporate Partnerships and New Partnerships team on internal, cross-functional teams and task forces as well as at external meetings where appropriate with donors and/or volunteer events.

  • Other duties as assigned.

 

Community Benefit Plan Coordinator


United Way of the Plains


Wichita, Kansas


Responsibilities:

This position will engage and assist non-profit organizations and their clients throughout the State of Kansas with enrolling qualified individuals into a dental benefit plan that is being provided through a partnership with an organization with a proven record of community leadership.


Data Manager


United Way of Greater St. Louis


St. Louis, Missouri


Responsibilities:

  • This position is the lead contributor of our data team which oversees and supports all data systems across the organization.

  • Works as part of the Data team to develop and implement Data Governance and Data Standards for the entire organization.

  • Day-to-day management of information technology including databases, integration services, and business intelligence tools.

  • Consults with business staff to understand requirements and opportunities to support data informed decision making.

  • Creates and maintains documentation as required to facilitate departmental and corporate operations and completes miscellaneous paperwork including check requisitions, timesheets, etc. in a timely and accurate manner.

  • Trains data analyst and business staff in the use of reporting and BI tools.

  • Responsible for facilitation and support of cross organizational data needs by creating and improving data, reporting, and BI processes.

  • Responsible for creating, documenting, and managing data integration between database systems.

 

Director - IT


United Way of Greater St. Louis


St. Louis, Missouri


Responsibilities:

Keeping polices and guidelines up to date, monitoring technology systems, and making recommendations regarding future changes to those systems.  Significant effort is involved with managing third party vendor relations related to servers, network, telecommunications, software, and related systems maintenance. The Director will work with departments to develop, expand, and integrate technologies into the organization’s business practices.  Areas include, but are not limited to, Constituent Relationship Management (CRM), e-commerce, inter/intra/extranet sites, etc. as needed to support organizational processes. This role will oversee technical projects in alignment with organizational goals, direct the effective delivery of networks, development, and disaster recovery systems and processes, and have Significant input in the creation of annual capital and operating budgets for department while considering longer term organizational needs.  The Director will supervise team members while working closely with management, external vendors and advisors, research and recommend new products, and lead efforts identify and improve IT and business processes.

 

Vice President of Donor Strategy


Heart of West Michigan United Way


Grand Rapids, Michigan


Responsibilities:

  • Envision, plan, create, and execute key resource development and donor strategies.

  • Build relationships with key corporations, donors and prospects to understand their needs, leverage their gifts and communicate appreciation.

  • Oversee the development and implementation of a strategic annual and community campaign fundraising plan that draws resources from multiple sources (current and new) in public and private sectors – corporations, individuals, foundations, government, and nonprofits. Assist and build the organization’s capacity to diversify and expand its funding sources.

  • Maintain an in-depth knowledge of fundraising best practices and strategies including research of peer and comparable local United Ways and utilize these best practices to attract/retain donors and new businesses.

  • Provide budget projection and oversight on all department activities to include deploying resources within budget restrictions.

  • Lead change management strategies and practices, as necessary, to meet department’s goals and objectives.

  • Communicate effectively across multiple stakeholder groups - both internal and external.

  • Provide leadership, coaching, and direction to staff.

  • Institute an encouraging and innovative culture that enables staff to support United Way’s long-term vision.

  • Hire, develop, and retain talent at all levels within the department to ensure quality and consistency.

  • Oversee CRM Donor Services to elevate the use of CRM among the development team.

  • Provide oversight to ensure all data privacy and security policies are current and enforced.


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Accountant

 

Operation Homefront


San Antonio, Texas

Responsibilities:

  • Maintains financial records to include Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Credit Card charges, Inventory and contract files

  • Prepares monthly reconciliations

  • Maintains in-kind goods and gift card inventory financial data to include the verification of documentation

  • Answers accounting and financial questions by researching and interpreting data and provides support to the responsibility center

  • Prepares monthly financial reports for areas of responsibility by gathering and analyzing information from the accounting system

  • Assists with annual audits and annual budgets in conjunction with other organizational departments

  • Performs other duties as assigned

 

Manager, Foundations and Grants


United Way of Greater Houston


Houston, Texas


Responsibilities:

Responsible for renewing, increasing and securing new grant support, submitting grant proposals, grant reports and engagement of grant making organizations and foundations. Coordinates the application, reporting and recording of grants and foundation gifts organization-wide. Tracks and maintains calendar of submission and other deadlines.


Fundraising: In conjunction with internal partners, responsible for drafting initial grant proposals for review by appropriate staff. Develop and achieve established goals for organizational grant and foundation giving as well as personal portfolio goals for annual fundraising and engagement. Work with other members of the UWGH team to ensure goals reflect and align and contribute to the broader goals of the organization. Ensure all grants are applied for and reports are submitted on time.


Constituent Relationships:  Work with UWGH’s Community Impact team to identify, develop and implement opportunities to communicate community impact work, UWGH goals and priorities to constituents with a focus on grantmaking organizations and foundations.  Be knowledgeable about UWGH’s work in Greater Houston and an effective and compelling communicator of the same to advance engagement and brand value. Coordinate tracking and receipt of gifts with accounting; ensure thank you, application and reporting communication is sent in timely manner.  Ensure activity is recorded in CRM database in a timely manner.


Executive Director


United Way of Payne County Inc. ES


Stillwater, Oklahoma


Responsibilities:

  • Directs and coordinates annual fundraising campaign, including special events

  • Directs, oversees and maintains the prudent and proper fiscal management of the agency, including budgeting, cash management, payroll, payment and accounting, financial reporting, forecasting, analysis and audit

  • Coordinates allocation process for UWPC partner agencies, grant requests and appropriations and policy implementation/compliance

  • Coordinates general board and board committee activities, including orientation, policy development, agenda and business activities

  • Prepares annual calendar and goals

  • Manages agency employees (paid and unpaid) and related personnel issues

  • Manages office and agency, including building, capital needs assessment, systems and process

  • Builds and promotes positive and supportive relationships with UWPC partner agencies, and assists them in their resource, leadership and development needs

  • Fosters continued support from UWPC donors/friends and seeks out new potential UWPC donors

  • Coordinates and monitors accreditation process

  • Promotes the value/importance/impact of UWPC programs and services to the community at-large (business leaders, civic organizations, etc.) and seeks out new partnerships for the annual campaign

  • Serves as referral and clearinghouse for community services

  • Provides regular needs assessment for community

  • Maintains positive, proactive and professional public relations with the media, employers and the general community, so as to promote the positive goodwill of the UWPC and its partner agencies

  • Promotes positive, proactive and professional communications with Board of Directors and UWPC partner agencies

  • Understands the changing social, competitive, economic and giving environment facing the United Way

  • Develops innovative approaches to meet the challenges of the changing environment

  • Assists Board of Directors in establishing the strategic plan for effectively operating the UWPC

  • Acts as a catalyst for needed change and leads staff, volunteers and the community to accept and implement new initiatives


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Cold Chain Associate


DirectRelief


Santa Barbara, California


Responsibilities:

  • Assist in the monitoring of temperatures throughout Cold Room and Freezer units to ensure compliance to set requirements.

  • Ensure correct supply inventory is on hand to maintain an uninterrupted process of orders.

  • Ensure proper conditioning of Cold Chain packaging meets Vendor and Compliance requirements.

  • Audit the storage of product ensuring safety and compliance to established requirements.

  • Follow instructions and guidelines for the proper use and construction of Cold Chain packaging materials.

  • Pick, pack, verify and stage orders per proper procedures.

  • Ensure temperature tracking devices are validated, configured to meet shipment duration requirements and are placed properly in shipments.

  • Provide input to the Operations Manager about daily issues that could present potential risks to the Cold Chain process.

  • Assist in the Cycle Counting of inventory.

  • Adhere to company-wide, and departmental, policies and procedures.

  • Provide backup assistance to other outbound areas when required.

  • Conduct pre-operation inspection of motorized equipment, as assigned.

  • Assist in general housekeeping.

  • Other duties as assigned by management.

  • It is the responsibility of every employee to contribute to a positive work environment through cooperative and professional interactions with co-workers, vendors, and constituents.

 

Executive Director


Johnstown Milliken Chamber of Commerce


Johnstown, Colorado

Responsibilities:

  • Create & deliver the mission, vision, values and goals of the organization and assist the board in achieving these goals.

  • Managing & training employees or contractors.

  • Oversee all communication strategies internally and externally including marketing, public relations, and community outreach.

  • Outreach Efforts

  • Overall Ambassador program monitoring

  • Working closely with the Board of Directors

  • Event planning and coordination. Includes monthly and large-scale events

  • Budget & Planning and Collaborate with the Chair to monitor funds and budgets to increase revenue and support the strategic direction of the client.

 

Development Associate


American Humane


Washington, DC


Responsibilities:

  • Support the development and maintenance of portfolios of major gift, corporate and foundation prospects capable of giving significant contributions to American Humane for gift officers and leadership.

  • Help tee up meetings and phone conversations as needed for CEO, CMO and other members of the fundraising team.

  • Prepare philanthropic research, including background reports, sector research, and prospect biographies.  Facilitate proactive research initiatives as needed.

  • Produce high quality proposals, reports and other cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship materials as needed.

  • Work with gift officers to develop and maintain an effective moves management strategy for moving prospective and current donors in an appropriate and timely fashion toward solicitation and closure.

  • Support the entering and tracking of all activities, actions, call reports and deadlines in Raisers Edge Database and other tracking systems.

  • Grant writing and proposal writing as needed.

  • Performs other duties as assigned.

 

Senior Accountant


DirectRelief


Santa Barbara, California


Responsibilities:

  • Maintain vendor data, process accounts payable invoices, create and process weekly vendor payments

  • Prepare and post daily revenue journal entries

  • Prepare and post month-end journal entries

  • Reconcile balance sheet accounts

  • Assist with year-end audit preparation

  • Prepare and submit various reports/surveys to external agencies

  • Provide backup support for semi-monthly payroll, utilizing ADP payroll system

  • Other duties as assigned


Quality Manager


DirectRelief


Santa Barbara, California


Responsibilities:

  • Develop and maintain all aspects of the Quality Management System that supports the organization’s mission and strategic objectives.

  • Monitor and analyze key metrics for trends indicating effectiveness of the QMS and identify areas for improvement. Report on the performance of the QMS (e.g., results of quality audits, corrective actions) to management.

  • Lead continuous improvement activities including contributing to system level procedural requirements/updates as needed.

  • Resolve discrepancies, including customer or internal complaints, in a timely manner by providing leadership to teams for corrective actions and root cause analysis and solution implementation and documentation. Follow-up on the corrective action, and preventative action to assess effectivity.

  • Assist in creation and revision of process, SOPs, work instructions and other GxP documentation.

  • Participate and/or lead risk assessments. Collaborate with operations to assess transportation lanes and packaging for safe distribution of medicine and medical supplies.  

  • Ensure appropriate validations are complete.

  • Promote use of Six Sigma tools in root cause analysis, development, and problem-solving activities.

  • Support activities related to the internal audits and 3rd party audits.

  • Support activities related to supplier qualification.

 

Director of Patient Services


National Psoriasis Foundation


Portland, Oregon


Responsibilities:

Overseeing the NPF’s call center (called the patient navigation center); overseeing the staff responsible for patient education programs; providing leadership on connecting patients with NPF programs; reviewing call center data to adjust programs and improve engagement; creating reports on call center utilization and designing new strategies to encourage use of the NPF call center; and coordinating medical review of education programs and resources. Additionally, this position will be a member of the NPF management team and will be responsible for presenting to colleagues and partners on NPF services and programs. He or she will also will work closely with other departments at NPF to integrate patient service activities and outcomes.


Foundation Associate/Grant Writer


UnidosUS


Washington, DC


Responsibilities:

  • Conduct the full range of activities required to effectively manage grant proposal process, to include: preparation, drafting, and submission of grant proposals and reports to foundation and corporate sources.

  • Research grant programs and potential areas for expanding current fundraising strategies.

  • Cultivate and maintain relationships with potential and current foundation program members and funders, providing ongoing updates on our policy and advocacy work.

  • Organize all general component materials and information for distribution to funders.

  • Assist with fundraising projects as requested, effectively sharing information across components to ensure Policy and Advocacy efforts are aligned and integrated in institutional fundraising strategy and goals.

  • Assist with budget as needed.

  • Assist with a series of monthly and/or quarterly reports as needed, including component budget reports and grant tracking and reporting.

  • Coordinate meetings with foundation and corporate program officers and other prospects. Maintain current records in database, including grant tracking and reporting.

 

That’s all for now, folks! If you have a job opening at your nonprofit, or you’ve filled a position listed in this post, please contact ashlykov [@] personifycorp [.] com.

 

Artie Shlykov

Posted by Artie Shlykov

Published Tuesday, 30 April 2019 at 4:27 PM

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