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PLANET BEE IS SEEKING AN ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION/NONPROFIT INTERN FOR SPRING SEMESTER 2020 **We are also looking for Summer 2020 interns as well**

Receive 3 undergraduate credits with your college! We are pre-approved at San Francisco State University.

We work with schools, educational institutions and tech companies in the Bay Area like Google, SAP, Stanford University, The Oakland Zoo and the California Academy of Science!

Our office is located in SF and is walking distance from SF State.

We currently have an internship program at San Francisco State University, UC Berkeley, Diablo Valley College, Cal Poly, UC Santa Barbara where students earn up to 3 undergraduate credits in the biology, environmental science, design and marketing departments. Planet Bee will work directly with your professor or university to help implement a similar program. This is an unpaid internship.

We are seeking responsible, creative, energetic interns for the spring 2020 semester. Your duties will include assisting us at fun hands-on events such as honey harvests, tabling events and working in our San Francisco office.

Ideally, we would like you to have an interest or experience in environmental science, science education, entomology, and/or non-profits.

We are a 501(c)(3) environmental education dedicated to creating a green-minded generation by inspiring environmental stewardship and individual action through the teaching lens of the struggling honey bee. We work with schools, nonprofits, and businesses to build long lasting care of the struggling honey bee and the environment by presenting educational workshops on location - and bring live bees in our observation hive to events!

The ideal candidate is passionate about environmental education and conservation, has good writing and editing skills, works well in a collaborative environment, and loves working with youth. Along with assisting in delivering our educational programs at public events, interns will also help with daily administrative and development tasks that support the operations of programs. We work closely with schools, nonprofits, educational institutions, and museums around the Bay Area, such as Google, the Academy of Sciences, Earthjustice, Clif Bar and many more!

Please include a resume, and a cover letter explaining what you are interested in and any relevant experience that aligns with our mission, or describing why you would like to be a part of Planet Bee.

Responsibilities and Duties



  • Outreach: Participate in outreach events, volunteer opportunities and meetings on behalf of Planet Bee Foundation


  • Education/Tabling: Work our our educational tabling events at science fairs and help out with corporate honey spinning event at corporations like Google, SAP and Clif Bar


  • Administrative Duties: Assist with Planet Bee Foundation office tasks to expand program efficacy, such as creating letter templates, fundraising efforts, thanking donors, designing posters (if experience permits), data entry, writing notes, and other administrative tasks


  • Research: Research new data on honey bee decline, pollinator conservation, and educational strategies


  • Social Media: Post on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram

Qualifications and Skills


  • Working towards a BA or BS in a related field (sciences, nonprofit or education)

  • Passionate about the environment

  • Energetic and enjoys working with diverse youth in an outdoor science education setting

  • Some teaching experience

  • Teach in a motivational and supportive, inquisitive manner

  • Self-motivated, independent worker

  • Strong verbal and written communication skills

  • Proficient in social media

  • Willing to work some weekends/off hours for events or workshops

  • Ability to work collaboratively with a team

Job Type: Part-time

Salary: $0.00 /year

Work Location:


  • One location

Working days:


  • Monday

  • Tuesday

  • Wednesday

  • Thursday

  • Friday

Hours per week:


  • Less than 10

Typical start time:


  • 9AM

Typical end time:


  • 5PM

Schedule:


  • Monday to Friday

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Net Impact is currently seeking a fast-moving, highly organized, and thoughtful professional to serve as its Senior Finance Associate. The Senior Associate will partner with the Associate Director, Finance and Operations to execute all aspects of finance at Net Impact.

This is an exceptional opportunity for those who are interested in nonprofit or small business financial management and have the aspiration to develop in a fast-faced organization positioned for significant growth. The ideal candidate will be a system-oriented thinker who enjoys working with numbers, ideally with 1 to 3 years of experience in financial projections, budget management and data analysis in any industry.

At this time, Net Impact can only consider applicants with authorization to work in the United States on a permanent, full-time basis. Unfortunately we cannot provide visa sponsorship.

Major responsibilities include: 


  • Work with Associate Director to execute all finance and accounting operations including but not limited to supporting the annual budgeting process, monthly and quarterly financial projection process, restricted grant management and reporting, expense tracking, cash management, budget to actual board reporting and the annual audit

  • Produce internal financial management reports, including key financial metrics and regular reporting

  • Support Associate Director in conducting financial analysis on Net Impact’s largest initiative, Up to Us, to drive program financial efficiency and effectiveness

  • Support Associate Director in developing and managing program budgets and developing ongoing projections with staff

  • Support the preparation of the outsourced annual tax filings

  • Support the management of Net Impact system of policies, internal controls, accounting standards, and procedures and educate and assist team with the stated policies

  • Conduct ad hoc financial analysis as required and complete ad hoc projects as needed

Overall Qualifications / Requirements:

Our ideal candidate is someone who is passionate about efficiency and effectiveness, and has a background executing finance activities at a similar sized or larger organization. Direct nonprofit finance/accounting experience is preferred but not required. Candidates without nonprofit experience but has had exposure to financial projection or budget management through academics or volunteer positions in any industry are welcome to apply.


  • 1 to 3 years of experience in financial projections, budget management and/or data analysis in any industry (could be concurrent with school)

  • High standards for excellence and exceptional attention to detail

  • Proven analytic abilities, including quantitative analysis, proficiency with Excel

  • Motivated self-starter with ability to establish and meet goals and objectives

  • Shows great personal discretion and ability to maintain confidentiality on financial information

  • Deep commitment to Net Impact’s mission to inspire and equip emerging leaders to build a more just and sustainable world

To Apply

Please send the following application materials directly to careers@netimpact.org. Applications submitted via other channels or without all materials will NOT be considered. Please write your name and the title for this position (“Your name – Senior Finance Associate”) in the subject line of your email. 


  1. Thoughtful cover letter explaining your interest in the position and your qualifications

  2. Resume

  3. Salary expectations

About Net Impact

Net Impact inspires and equips emerging leaders to build a more just and sustainable world. Today’s students and emerging professionals will bring positive change to the world’s most pressing challenges. Net Impact is a leadership accelerator for these future change makers. Our programs help new leaders broaden their thinking, build their networks, and scale their impact beyond just individual actions. Simple ideas become powerful initiatives with real impact. In addition, the annual Net Impact Conference is renowned as a premier inspirational gathering for next-generation leaders who want to transform the world. With more than 400 chapters in nearly 50 countries, the Net Impact network is a diverse and determined force for good. Their local actions create ripples that reach tens of thousands of individuals and make an impact on some of the most pressing issues of our time. Please visit www.netimpact.org to learn more about our work.

Commitment to Diversity and Equal Opportunity Employment Policy

Net Impact encourages individuals of all ethnic, racial, and socioeconomic backgrounds to apply for this position. We are committed to maximizing the diversity of our organization, as we want to engage all those who can contribute to our mission and making impact.

Net Impact is committed to providing equal employment opportunities to all qualified applicants and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ethnicity, religion, sex, gender, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, age, marital status, veteran status, pregnancy, parental status, genetic information or characteristics (or those of a family member) or any other basis prohibited by applicable law. 

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We are currently seeking an Auditor / Accountant to join our non-profit team in the Edina office. With a fun work culture and excellent growth opportunities, this position will give you a unique opportunity! You will have the ability to engage with firm leaders and peers, while immersing yourself in challenging work that directly impacts Abdo, Eick & Meyers and our clients!The Auditor / Accountant performs a variety of professional auditing work. Primary responsibility includes auditing non-profit and other non-business entities, ensuring that all financial data is recorded consistent with established policies and procedures. This position will also have the opportunity to assist on special projects. Key responsibilities include:Build on knowledge acquired through education and prior volunteer or job experiences to gain a functional level of technical and operational knowledge to proficiently perform assigned tasksPrepare and review workpapers in conformity with standards including scope/objective/procedure/conclusion, adequate supporting documentation, tickmark and workpaper cross referencesCommunicate with clients on-site, by phone, or e-mail to obtain accurate information and relevant supporting documentation to support workpaper conclusionsDraft, foot, and proof audit reports and other engagement documentsPerform analytical and detailed work with numerical data efficiently and accuratelyUtilize and develop a functional understanding of firm software and internal work flow/procedures to manage binder documentation and maintain client informationExercise discretion and judgment when working with confidential client mattersAccurately report and release billable and non-billable time consistently and understand its importanceMeet productivity standardsProvide assistance as needed to the department teamParticipate in regular department team meetingsIdeal Auditor / Accountant has:Bachelor’s degree in Accounting with appropriate GPA or equivalent work experienceCPA certification or plans to pursue certification preferredDesire to work in an environment of trust and mutual respectCommitment to actively seek growth and learning opportunitiesExcellent client-service orientationAttracting, developing, and retaining the best employees are our highest priorities at Abdo, Eick & Meyers, LLP. Ranked as the 6th fastest growing firm in the U.S. by Accounting Today’s Top 100 Firms and Regional Leaders, we are always seeking talented individuals who can contribute to the success of our firm. So, if you are looking for an opportunity with a growing, collaborative firm, that values teamwork, relationships and growth & development please apply TODAY!EEO Policy: Abdo, Eick & Meyers, LLP and its subsidiary companies are committed to providing equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to any legally-recognized basis “protected class” including but not limited to: veteran status, uniform service member status, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation or marital preference, genetic information or any other protected class under federal, state, or local law.


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LOCATION: Can be remote anywhere in the United States. POSITION SUMMARY: The Senior Compensation Analyst, as a key member of the Total Rewards (TR) Team, collaborates with HR consultants and clients to design, analyze and implement components of the full compensation life cycle; including job descriptions, job matching to market data, salary structure creation, benchmarking, salary planning and communications. The Analyst will advise on complex compensation matters with in-depth analytics and strategic alignment to business goals. The Analyst role is primarily client-facing and aligned to the consulting teams to support their clients’ unique needs. Internally, will collaborate with the TR Team to develop tools, templates and trainings for the consulting team. DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES Client Leadership Lead on the full lifecycle of compensation work; creating/reviewing job descriptions, job matching to market data, salary structures, benchmarking, education and communication. Collect and analyze compensation information to determine market competitiveness and internal equity in support of project-based and outsourced client engagements. Partner and collaborative with consultants to develop and deliver compelling compensation recommendations and program reports. Build a consultative and collaborative relationship with HR consultants, client leaders and staff on compensation programs evolution and compensation initiatives. · Analyze data sets to distill insights, convey findings and make recommendations to client leadership and consultants. Also, support internal client data capture efforts and provide analytical perspective to leveraging data for consultant’s supporting clients. Collaborative with client’s Boards of Directors in support of Executive Director/CEO compensation benchmarking project. Proactively research best practices and trends. Present findings and thoughtful alternative solutions that are aligned with client’s established philosophy with an understanding of fulfilling business need and impact on client’s employee base. Ensure timely and relevant information to stay abreast of trends, inform consultants so that they may inform and educate their clients. Administer and evolve firm’s market pricing tools and benchmarking methodology. Build and deliver compensation-related training and education materials for client and internal teams. Subject Matter Expertise and Thought Leadership In collaboration with the Total Rewards Team ensure that TR Library maintains up to date and relevant. Partner with Total Rewards Team to identify opportunities to improve the accuracy and efficiency of core compensation business processes. Actively listen to gain understanding of clients’ changing business and operational needs in order identify opportunities to deepen the client engagement. Collaborate with consulting practice leadership to upsell and cross-sell client service solutions to ensure achievement of existing client objectives and firm revenue goals. Develop and deliver public speaking opportunities in specific subject matter expertise which aligns with Nonprofit HR’s marketing and business development strategies including client roundtables and firm-sponsored events and webinars Keep abreast of HR best practices and trends and participate in creating collateral to share and market expertise (e.g., blogs, case studies, white papers) Champion and embody the Nonprofit HR culture, mission and values. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES: · College degree in Business or related field plus a minimum of 10 years of experience in compensation, finance or consulting with an in-depth knowledge of core compensation terminology and best practices. · CCP certification highly desired. · Experience with maintaining and administering domestic compensation and incentive plans (international experience a plus not a requirement) · Extremely strong analytical and quantitative skills and a track record for executing and auditing work · Ability to gain alignment and represent a common point of view across multiple stakeholders. · Excellent attention to detail. · Willingness to roll up sleeves and be hands on. · High-level proficiency in Excel and Microsoft Office · Solid eye for business and the ability to influence and develop strong working relationships with multiple partners, including client executives and peers. · Prefer experience in a client-facing role · Strong project management skills · Strong written, presentation, and verbal communication skills · Ability to periodically travel domestically – less than 15% ADA SPECIFICATIONS: This position is largely sedentary in nature however one must possess the ability to speak, hear, and write as well as the ability to use a computer and related software programs, and lift up to 20 lbs. Ongoing local and/or national travel periodically required. The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by the individual(s) assigned to this position. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, and skills required. Management reserves the right to modify, add, or remove duties and to assign other duties as necessary. Please email your resume and cover letter to careers@nonprofithr.com with "Senior Compensation Analyst" in the subject line.


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This entry-level position is a great opportunity for anyone interested in environmentalism, sustainability, animal rights, and social justice! Greenpeace Frontline is our national grassroots fundraising and membership recruitment program, and our Frontline Representatives canvass in local communities to educate the public about Greenpeace campaigns and recruit monthly contributing members. With the power of our members, we are currently targeting some of the biggest corporate polluters in the world to ban single-use plastics, halt pipeline production throughout the US and Canada, and protect our ancient forests.


Responsibilities:



  • Recruit Greenpeace members, with expectation to meet a weekly fundraising quota

  • Attend skills trainings as required by Senior City Coordinator

  • Provide a positive experience for current, past, and new members

  • Develop a detailed understanding of Greenpeace campaigns


Requirements:



  • A passion for and dedication to environmental and social justice

  • Strong communication and listening skills

  • Demonstrated ability to handle rejection

  • An openness to receive and implement feedback

  • An ability to work outside, standing/walking for up to eight hours per day

  • A demonstrated respect of and to all personal identities


Additional Qualifications:



  • Previous fundraising, field organizing, or sales experience

  • Bilingual competency

  • Political canvassing experience


Salary and Benefits



  • $15 per hour plus weekly performance bonus (after one week training wage)

  • Competitive benefits package for employees including medical, dental, and vision coverage and 401k matching program (upon completion of 90 days)

  • Paid time off for sick, vacation, and personal leave (upon completion of 90 days)

  • Subsidies for employees that choose to ride mass transit to work or commute by bicycle.


 


Only applicants 18 years or older and eligible to work and live in the United States without any legal restrictions need apply for this opportunity. 


We strongly encourage applications from individuals that reflect the communities most affected by climate change, including but not limited to PoC, LGBTQIA, disabled and other marginalized, underrepresented persons within the fight for climate justice. 


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Job Description


You are mission driven and action oriented. You love to get involved, and work as part of a team to accomplish something great. Any job is your job if it helps the team succeed, and you thrive on variety. Today, you’re looking for a role where you can use those traits to make a real difference in the world by advancing the most important social issues facing humanity today.


 


If that sounds like you, Arabella Advisors can’t wait to meet you.


 


In this entry level role, our team needs dynamic and enthusiastic individuals that can jump in and support our accounting needs.  If you want the opportunity to work with a fast-growing and entrepreneurial team reshaping the charitable sector, then this job is for you.  We incubate new and innovative nonprofit projects, and the accounting associate helps our clients manage their resources for positive societal impact. We need you to be highly organized, and have a demonstrated ability to manage several projects simultaneously. Our accounts payable team processes over 4,000 expense transactions a month. The worked is fast paced and mission-driven.


 


Essential Responsibilities:



  • Review all invoices for appropriate documentation and approval prior to payment


  • Process check and wire requests


  • Match invoices to checks, obtain all signatures for checks and distribute checks accordingly


  • Reconcile  and process monthly credit card statements and payments


  • Reconcile and process employee expense reimbursements


  • Reconcile vendor statements; research and correct discrepancies


  • Respond to all vendor inquiries


  • Assist with month-end close


  • Maintain files and documentation thoroughly and accurately, in accordance with company policy and accepted accounting practices


  • Assist with annual Form 1099 reporting and associated record-keeping requirements



 


Other Responsibilities:



  • Assist with preparation of annual audit and tax reconciliation schedules


  • Maintain supplies for finance team operations


  • Assist the Controller and finance staff with general ledger reconciliations and special projects as needed



 


To be successful in this role you’ll need:



  • Associate's/Bachelor’s degree in Accounting


  • One to three years of work experience in an accounting role


  • Basic knowledge of accrual accounting


  • Proficiency with basic Microsoft Office applications (Excel, Word, Outlook)


  • Experience or familiarity with general accounting software


  • Must have a strong work ethic, be well-organized and a self-starter


  • Strong problem-solving skills, documentation skills, data analysis, research and resolution skills


  • Excellent verbal and written communication, including the ability to report on complex data in an easily understandable manner


  • Ability to work independently and within teams in a fast-paced and high-volume environment with emphasis on accuracy and timeliness


  • Ability to manage and make progress on multiple projects simultaneously  


  • Ability to perform mathematical computations such as percentages, fractions, addition, subtraction, multiplication and division quickly and accurately


  • Strong entrepreneurial spirit and resourcefulness that spurs innovation and problem solving


  • Emotional maturity



 


Other Highly Preferred Knowledge, Skills and Experience



  • Experience in philanthropy, nonprofit management and/or business


  • Experience with Microsoft Dynamics GP


  • Experience or familiarity with Salesforce or Adobe Pro


  • Advanced Excel skills



 


Our Core Competencies:



  • Ability to provide excellent, reliable service, including the ability to efficiently and independently address routine service matters, to suggest effective client-centered solutions when elevating challenges or concerns, and to understand how the team can operate to maintain high-quality service

  • The ability to complete complex tasks, to use a work plan to undertake projects, and to understand how those projects impact the client, team, and/or firm’s objectives

  • The ability to understand stakeholders’ perspectives and circumstances, and to build and manage strong relationships that reflect that understanding

  • The ability to communicate clearly, concisely, and professionally, including the ability to adapt style, tone, and content to various audiences; to make technical information assessible to broader audiences; and to collaborate with others to produce strong written deliverables

  • The ability to work cooperatively and inclusively with others to achieve shared goals, including knowing when and how to compromise, being willing to proactively help colleagues, and sharing knowledge in various mediums

  • An enthusiasm for taking on stretch and development opportunities, including the ability to accept feedback and use it to improve performance

  • The ability to take ownership and be creative and solutions-oriented when encountering challenges that don’t have obvious answers, including knowing when to elevate challenges along with possible solutions


 


About Arabella Advisors


 


Arabella Advisors helps foundations, philanthropists and investors who are serious about impact achieve the greatest good with their resources. We work on issues ranging from the social and economic advancement of women and girls, and conservation of our climate and planet, to reducing poverty and inequity in the United States and around the world. Our staff members are mission-driven and action-oriented, and have a unique combination of experience in philanthropy, business, nonprofits, government, finance, law, and other fields. We combine creative, strategic thinking with knowledge and networks developed through decades of hands-on experience. The fastest-growing philanthropic advisory firm in the nation, Arabella is also a certified B Corporation.


 


About Arabella's Managed Nonprofit Organizations Team


 


Arabella Advisors provides operations and management support to multiple nonprofit organizations, including the New Venture Fund, the Windward Fund, and the Hopewell Fund—all 501(c)(3) public charities—and the Sixteen Thirty Fund, a 501(c)(4). These managed organizations house new and innovative public interest projects and nonprofits, as well as coordinate collaborative initiatives between donors and administer grants programs. This type of structure is commonly referred to as fiscal sponsorship, and candidates are highly encouraged to research fiscal sponsorship prior to a first interview. The managed organizations provide support to a diverse range of projects, including many focused on conservation, global health, and civic engagement.


 


Working with Us


 


We are committed to having a passion-driven, inclusive, transparent, collaborative, healthy, and fun culture. We invite you to visit our careers website to learn more.


 


To encourage work/life balance we offer flexible work options. Our office is an open space with cubicles and informal work areas. Our salaries are closer to the range of a nonprofit and our benefits are excellent. You’ll start with three weeks of vacation, 80 hours of personal time, and 20 hours of paid time to volunteer at an organization of your choice. In addition to seven federal holidays, you get to pick four more from a list of inclusive religious holidays and your birthday.


 


We have a competitive health package that includes medical, vision, dental, and prescription insurance. We also provide funds for professional development, a fitness benefit, and cover part of your personal cell phone plan.


 


How to apply


 


Submit a resume and a one-page cover letter online. The cover letter should address why you’re excited to work at Arabella and why you’re qualified for this specific job.


 


We value diversity and inclusion and encourage all qualified people to apply. If we can make this easier through accommodation in the recruitment process, please let us know.


 


While Arabella is open to individuals from various locations applying to join our team, please note that we generally are unable to pay for relocation expenses.


 


We will review applications as they are received and look forward to hearing from you.


Company Description

Arabella Advisors helps foundations, philanthropists and investors who are serious about impact achieve the greatest good with their resources. We help our clients imagine what is possible, design the best strategies, learn what works best, and do the work necessary to realize their visions.

Our staff is a team of passionate problem-solvers who are mission-driven and action-oriented with a unique combination of experience in philanthropy, business, nonprofits, government, finance, law, and other fields. We combine creative, strategic thinking with knowledge and networks developed through decades of hands-on experience.

The fastest-growing philanthropic advisory firm in the nation, Arabella is also a certified B Corporation. Our leadership team, advisors, colleagues, and staff are fundamentally concerned with social change. We share a desire to make a difference and apply an outcomes-focused approach. Our internal culture supports employee passions, enables continuous learning, and fosters innovation, risk taking, and fun even as it emphasizes excellence.

We have a fun work environment that includes Snackabella Wednesdays (Wednesday afternoon treats) and periodic wine tasting after hours. Come join us!


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The Public Interest Network is hiring Research Associates to help launch a multi-year research project in support of our advocacy and campaign work and to help shape the future directions of the environmental and public interest movements.


What Is The Public Interest Network?


The Public Interest Network is a network of more than a dozen nonprofit groups working to save the planet, advocate for the public interest, and protect consumers. We grew out of the PIRG movement (Public Interest Research Group), which started in 1972. Over the years, we have added hundreds of staff, multiple state offices, and launched new organizations like U.S. PIRG, Environment America, Green Corps, the National Environmental Law Center, and the Bold Alliance.


Research Team Mission


Research Associates will advance The Public Interest Network’s mission, which is to get people thinking about how the world is changing rapidly, and how society could be radically different; to concentrate on new problems arising from our changing world; and to advocate and campaign for policy solutions to those problems.


Research Associates Job Description


We are looking for 2-4 Research Associates to complete research projects into a variety of topics, culminating in reports, datasets, white papers, and other content that would be suitable for presentation at academic conferences or publication in outlets such as The Atlantic or Vox.


Representative responsibilities of a Research Associate would include:



  • Producing surveys of the academic literature on assigned research topics on a deadline. Associates will need to be able to summarize the key arguments in the literature and make the case for and against different perspectives.


  • Primary source research in fields as varied as philosophy, religion, art, music, and pop culture.


  • Gathering data from a variety of sources to be used in reports and white papers.


  • Regularly surveying publications and articles on topics related to the new paradigm shift. Maintaining an archive of this content.


  • Updating and locating new material for Public Interest Network staff training and development on the new societal paradigm shift.



Qualifications


Research Associates should have a strong undergraduate background that includes research-based academic report writing. No professional experience is required, though 1-2 years of professional work in writing or research-based positions is a plus.


Candidates should have excellent writing skills, a problem-solving orientation, the ability to thrive under deadlines, and the ability to think critically and present persuasive arguments. We’re looking for individuals with a track record of academic success and proven leadership ability. Familiarity with quantitative analysis is a plus; as is experience in debate, public speaking, journalism, political campaigning, fundraising, and/or grassroots political organizing.


Compensation


Target annual compensation for this position is $27,000. The Public Interest Network offers a competitive benefits package.


Location


Denver, CO and Santa Barbara, CA


Start Date


We are accepting applications for immediate-start positions and for positions starting in August 2020.


To Apply


Fill out our online application here: https://workforprogress.org/the-public-interest-network/?id=256&utm_source=ZipRecruiter&utm_medium=web-ad&utm_campaign=TPINfall2019&utm_term=256&utm_content=C1


The Public Interest Network is an equal opportunity employer.



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This entry-level position is a great opportunity for anyone interested in environmentalism, sustainability, animal rights, and social justice! Greenpeace Frontline is our national grassroots fundraising and membership recruitment program, and our Frontline Representatives canvass in local communities to educate the public about Greenpeace campaigns and recruit monthly contributing members. With the power of our members, we are currently targeting some of the biggest corporate polluters in the world to ban single-use plastics, halt pipeline production throughout the US and Canada, and protect our ancient forests.


Responsibilities:



  • Recruit Greenpeace members, with expectation to meet a weekly fundraising quota

  • Attend skills trainings as required by Senior City Coordinator

  • Provide a positive experience for current, past, and new members

  • Develop a detailed understanding of Greenpeace campaigns


Requirements:



  • A passion for and dedication to environmental and social justice

  • Strong communication and listening skills

  • Demonstrated ability to handle rejection

  • An openness to receive and implement feedback

  • An ability to work outside, standing/walking for up to eight hours per day

  • A demonstrated respect of and to all personal identities


Additional Qualifications:



  • Previous fundraising, field organizing, or sales experience

  • Bilingual competency

  • Political canvassing experience


Salary and Benefits



  • $15 per hour plus weekly performance bonus (after one week training wage)

  • Competitive benefits package for employees including medical, dental, and vision coverage and 401k matching program (upon completion of 90 days)

  • Paid time off for sick, vacation, and personal leave (upon completion of 90 days)

  • Subsidies for employees that choose to ride mass transit to work or commute by bicycle.


 


Only applicants 18 years or older and eligible to work and live in the United States without any legal restrictions need apply for this opportunity. 


We strongly encourage applications from individuals that reflect the communities most affected by climate change, including but not limited to PoC, LGBTQIA, disabled and other marginalized, underrepresented persons within the fight for climate justice. 


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 Position Description


Coordinator for Non – Profit:


This is an excellent growth opportunity for the right individual to make an impact on the education and environment on the west side of Atlanta.  The position reports to the CEO.  Duties require a generalist including coordination of events, special projects and working in the field.


Responsibilities

Event Planning and Execution 


·        In conjunction with the CEO, this position will oversee, manage and monitor special events and projects, including budgets, timelines,           logistics and other plans. 


·        Develop and execute a volunteer plan including recruitment, management and stewardship 


·        Supervise all day-of-event activities and volunteers. 


 


Volunteer Management 


·        Coordinate and provide support to volunteer committees for assigned events and special projects.


·        Build and maintain positive relationships with volunteers, local sponsors, fundraisers, vendors and participating families.
 


Stakeholder Engagement


·       Work with residents and key stakeholders establishing and maintaining relationships.


 


Marketing and Promotion 


·        Promote awareness within community and among the general public through public speaking presentations at priority fundraising                   events and meetings. 


·      Work with local volunteers to secure media partners and identify other promotional opportunities within the  market. 


·        Additional duties as required by the CEO.


 



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Center for Volunteer & Nonprofit Leadership (CVNL) is seeking a Marketing & Communications Assistant. Reporting to the Director of Marketing & Communication, the assistant is responsible for supporting the development and implementation of CVNL’s communication strategies. This position will be working out of our Santa Rosa office.


Working closely with the Marketing & Communications Director, the assistant is responsible for helping with the planning, development, and implementation of CVNL’s marketing strategies, marketing communications, and public relations activities (both external and internal) that promote, enhance, and protect the organization's brand reputation. This individual will help ensure proper technologies are implemented, up-to-date, and functioning to support marketing and communication goals to grow CVNL’s base of clients, members, volunteers, and business leads. The Assistant will support digital channels and platforms (social media, websites, e-communications, etc.).  


 


RESPONSIBILITIES:


·        Support development of all CVNL print communications and collateral including: brochures, flyers, mailers, postcards, print ads, branded materials/presentations, and event/service-specific materials


·        Using key technologies, oversee electronic communications; track performance indicators and metrics; relay appropriate data to department heads and staff; manage relationships with associated vendors


·        Working with the Director, oversee CVNL’s website(s); manage copy, layout, and visual identity; support online events calendar and CVNL blog; ensure plugins and integrations are functioning properly and up-to-date; manage back-up’s and updates


·        When requested manage multimedia assets, creative partners and contributors, including photography and videography


·        Provide support and oversight to staff in the development and execution of the communications strategy


·        Guide email audience segment development and integration with CRM


·        Work with the leadership team to create and publish resources, print and online, to advance CVNL’s image as a go-to resource for nonprofit leaders


·        Maintain marketing communications records


QUALIFICATIONS:


·        Bachelor's degree in graphic design, journalism, communications, or related field


·        Minimum two years’ experience in marketing and/or communications


·        Demonstrated digital marketing experience; must be familiar with Google Ads, Analytics, SEO, and basic customer acquisition principles/tactics


·        Demonstrated experience managing strategic communications and marketing programs to advance an organization's mission and goals


·        Experience in planning, writing, editing, graphic design and production of newsletters, press releases, annual reports, marketing literature, and other print publications and directories


·        Self-reliant, good problem solver, results oriented


·        Energetic, flexible, collaborative, and proactive


·        Strong skills using communications software including: Microsoft Office (PowerPoint, Excel, Word), Adobe Creative Cloud (InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator), WordPress


·        Knowledge and understanding of social media platforms, promotions, and engagement methods


·        Passion for CVNL’s mission


Salary and Benefits:


Salary will be commensurate with experience. This is a part-time non-exempt position with benefits.


To be considered as an applicant:


Email resume and cover letter to: ljacobs@cvnl.org.  Include in the subject: “CVNL Marketing & Communications Assistant”


 


Company Description

Serving the Bay Area for over 50 years, CVNL knows that passion alone isn’t enough when it comes to creating strong nonprofits. With a mission to advance nonprofits and volunteerism by strengthening leadership, encouraging innovation, and empowering individuals in our community, CVNL works with aspiring and established leaders every day to help them build the skills and connections that can take their impact to the next level. www.cvnl.org


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About the Job


This entry-level position is a great opportunity for anyone interested in environmentalism, sustainability, animal rights, and social justice! Greenpeace Frontline is our national grassroots fundraising and membership recruitment program, and our Frontline Representatives canvass in local communities to educate the public about Greenpeace campaigns and recruit monthly contributing members. With the power of our members, we are currently targeting some of the biggest corporate polluters in the world to ban single-use plastics, halt pipeline production throughout the US and Canada, and protect our ancient forests.


Responsibilities:



  • Recruit Greenpeace members, with expectation to meet a weekly fundraising quota

  • Attend skills trainings as required by Senior City Coordinator

  • Provide a positive experience for current, past, and new members

  • Develop a detailed understanding of Greenpeace campaigns


Requirements:



  • A passion for and dedication to environmental and social justice

  • Strong communication and listening skills

  • Demonstrated ability to handle rejection

  • An openness to receive and implement feedback

  • An ability to work outside, standing/walking for up to eight hours per day

  • A demonstrated respect of and to all personal identities


Additional Qualifications:



  • Previous fundraising, field organizing, or sales experience

  • Bilingual competency

  • Political canvassing experience


Salary and Benefits



  • $15 per hour plus weekly performance bonus (after one week training wage)

  • Competitive benefits package for employees including medical, dental, and vision coverage and 401k matching program (upon completion of 90 days)

  • Paid time off for sick, vacation, and personal leave (upon completion of 90 days)

  • Subsidies for employees that choose to ride mass transit to work or commute by bicycle.


 


Only applicants 18 years or older and eligible to work and live in the United States without any legal restrictions need apply for this opportunity. 


We strongly encourage applications from individuals that reflect the communities most affected by climate change, including but not limited to PoC, LGBTQIA, disabled and other marginalized, underrepresented persons within the fight for climate justice. 


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About the Job


This entry-level position is a great opportunity for anyone interested in environmentalism, sustainability, animal rights, and social justice! Greenpeace Frontline is our national grassroots fundraising and membership recruitment program, and our Frontline Representatives canvass in local communities to educate the public about Greenpeace campaigns and recruit monthly contributing members. With the power of our members, we are currently targeting some of the biggest corporate polluters in the world to ban single-use plastics, halt pipeline production throughout the US and Canada, and protect our ancient forests.


Responsibilities:



  • Recruit Greenpeace members, with expectation to meet a weekly fundraising quota

  • Attend skills trainings as required by Senior City Coordinator

  • Provide a positive experience for current, past, and new members

  • Develop a detailed understanding of Greenpeace campaigns


Requirements:



  • A passion for and dedication to environmental and social justice

  • Strong communication and listening skills

  • Demonstrated ability to handle rejection

  • An openness to receive and implement feedback

  • An ability to work outside, standing/walking for up to eight hours per day

  • A demonstrated respect of and to all personal identities


Additional Qualifications:



  • Previous fundraising, field organizing, or sales experience

  • Bilingual competency

  • Political canvassing experience


Salary and Benefits



  • $15 per hour plus weekly performance bonus (after one week training wage)

  • Competitive benefits package for employees including medical, dental, and vision coverage and 401k matching program (upon completion of 90 days)

  • Paid time off for sick, vacation, and personal leave (upon completion of 90 days)

  • Subsidies for employees that choose to ride mass transit to work or commute by bicycle.


 


Only applicants 18 years or older and eligible to work and live in the United States without any legal restrictions need apply for this opportunity. 


We strongly encourage applications from individuals that reflect the communities most affected by climate change, including but not limited to PoC, LGBTQIA, disabled and other marginalized, underrepresented persons within the fight for climate justice. 


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Job Description


BECOME AN ENVIRONMENT AMERICA FELLOW


Environment America’s mission is to transform our ideas and imaginations into change that makes our world a greener and healthier place.


We build support for clean, renewable energy. In just the past year, we helped convince California, New Mexico, Washington state and Maine to commit to 100 percent zero-carbon electricity.


We campaign against pollution and climate change. We’ve won $250 million in penalties and actions from ExxonMobil and other polluting companies, and programs to reduce carbon pollution, from Colorado to Massachusetts.


We protect wildlife and wild places. We won the nation’s first statewide bans on single-use plastic bags in California and single-use polystyrene foam in Maine.


We do what it takes to turn public opinion and political momentum toward a greener, healthier world. If that’s what you want to do, visit jobs.EnvironmentAmerica.org.


WHAT YOU’LL DO



  • Build powerful coalitions: Reach out to small business owners, farmers, public health officials and others to demonstrate support for our policy goals


  • Earn traditional media and social media attention: Organize news conferences and write opinion pieces. Build a following on Facebook and Twitter for your campaigns


  • Lobby elected officials: Coordinate strategy with a champion in Congress. Make a convincing case to a legislator who is undecided on a particular vote. Work the “inside game” to complement our outside field operation, where most of our power is derived


  • Research and write reports: Catalogue and analyze sources of carbon pollution in the U.S. Detail the success of the Clean Water Act in our reports. Help influence public debate and earn media attention for our cause


  • Identify and cultivate donors: Reach out to foundations and major donors and ask them to fund our work to tackle global warming, promote clean energy, and protect our most spectacular natural areas


  • Run a grassroots campaign office each summer during your fellowship: Hire and manage a staff of 20 canvassers. Raise money, build our organization and membership, and help win one of our key campaigns



Check out this interview with one of our current fellows on ProFellow to learn a bit more about the job: https://www.profellow.com/announcements/advocating-for-a-greener-world-the-environment-america-fellowship/.


COMPENSATION & BENEFITS


The target annual compensation for this position is $27,500 in the first year. Environment America offers a competitive benefits package. We also offer an excellent training program and opportunities for advancement.


LOCATION & START DATES


We’re currently hiring for positions in multiple locations across the country. If you’re flexible, you can apply for multiple locations. We accept applications on a rolling basis. Positions start in August 2020. Visit jobs.EnvironmentAmerica.org to see our immediate openings.


Environment America is part of The Public Interest Network—a group of organizations that share a vision of a better country, a set of core values, and a strategic approach to getting things done. Visit publicinterestnetwork.org to learn more.


Environment America is an equal opportunity employer.



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About the Job


This entry-level position is a great opportunity for anyone interested in environmentalism, sustainability, animal rights, and social justice! Greenpeace Frontline is our national grassroots fundraising and membership recruitment program, and our Frontline Representatives canvass in local communities to educate the public about Greenpeace campaigns and recruit monthly contributing members. With the power of our members, we are currently targeting some of the biggest corporate polluters in the world to ban single-use plastics, halt pipeline production throughout the US and Canada, and protect our ancient forests.


Responsibilities:



  • Recruit Greenpeace members, with expectation to meet a weekly fundraising quota

  • Attend skills trainings as required by Senior City Coordinator

  • Provide a positive experience for current, past, and new members

  • Develop a detailed understanding of Greenpeace campaigns


Requirements:



  • A passion for and dedication to environmental and social justice

  • Strong communication and listening skills

  • Demonstrated ability to handle rejection

  • An openness to receive and implement feedback

  • An ability to work outside, standing/walking for up to eight hours per day

  • A demonstrated respect of and to all personal identities


Additional Qualifications:



  • Previous fundraising, field organizing, or sales experience

  • Bilingual competency

  • Political canvassing experience


Salary and Benefits



  • $15 per hour plus weekly performance bonus (after one week training wage)

  • Competitive benefits package for employees including medical, dental, and vision coverage and 401k matching program (upon completion of 90 days)

  • Paid time off for sick, vacation, and personal leave (upon completion of 90 days)

  • Subsidies for employees that choose to ride mass transit to work or commute by bicycle.


 


Only applicants 18 years or older and eligible to work and live in the United States without any legal restrictions need apply for this opportunity. 


We strongly encourage applications from individuals that reflect the communities most affected by climate change, including but not limited to PoC, LGBTQIA, disabled and other marginalized, underrepresented persons within the fight for climate justice. 


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Jr -- Nonprofit Manager


Here our values are one of the things that set us apart. They influence our partnerships, making sure they are flexible and focused on clients, creative and innovative, and exhibit a care and responsibility that extends further than a mere business relationship.


 


Duties:



  • Contribute to your team’s success by bringing to life our ethos of providing excellent customer and sales advice through the delivery of an amazing service.


  • Be responsible for skillfully retaining customers and sales, through positive customer relationship building


  • Take ownership of donors’ queries and act as a primary contact


  • Act as a trusted intermediary between donors and charity departments to ensure complete customer satisfaction


  • Maintain an excellent knowledge of our products and services to understand customers’ needs.



 


You'll definitely:



  • Have a strong background in engaging and delighting customers within a service-focused environment


  • Have a keen interest in the customer service industry


  • Enjoy being part of a team but still have the drive to work on your own initiative.



 


What's in it for you?



  • Competitive bonus packages


  • Excellent on the job training and on-going core skills development


  • Opportunity to travel for work



 


If this role sounds like the ideal opportunity for you, then we would like to hear from you, please send us your resume to be considered. We have already begun our interviewing process, and due to large volumes of applicants, our managing directors have opened up some spaces this week.


 


 


It would be a huge plus if you have following work experiences: Customer Service Adviser, Customer Service Representative, Customer Service Officer, Customer Service Associate, Customer Service Assistant, Customer Service Supervisor, Customer Service Coordinator, Customer Service Consultant, and Customer Service Agent. Sales Adviser, Sales Representative, Sales Officer, Sales Associate, Sales Assistant, Sales Supervisor, Sales Coordinator, Sales Consultant, and Sales Agent. Marketing Adviser, Marketing Representative, Marketing Officer, Marketing Associate, Marketing Assistant, Marketing Supervisor, Marketing Coordinator, Marketing Consultant, and Marketing Agent. General Business, Entrepreneurship, Summer Job Experience, Entry Leve Role, Promotions, Retail, Direct Advertising, Sports Minded, Sports Enthusiast, Competitive Mindset, Business Development, Business, Internship, Management Trainee, Full Time, Part Time, Bilingual


Company Description

Nonprofit Organizations partner with us for the opportunity to take their brand outside of the digital world. After working with a number of our clients, we have found that being direct with our target audiences in real life vs. technology allow us to not only make a better impact on our clients' generated revenue, but also allows us to put a much more personal touch on their brand.


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Teaching & Tutoring Experience is Great for Entry Level Nonprofit Work


At our company, our objective is to internally create a strong team environment and supportive culture that invests in our new hires and junior partners which in turn reflects in our high quality and effort to want to provide our clients with the best outcomes.


We aspire to deliver a strong return on investment for our clients and uphold quality assurance to ensure strong brand representation.




  • Leadership: Ongoing mentorship in business, sales, marketing, management to ensure a culture of continuous growth.

  • Performance: Achieving superior business results through rigorous training, exceptional work ethic and goal-oriented individuals who strive to push their capabilities daily


  • Respect: Embracing a team culture where transparency, trust, diversity, and genuine relationships are the foundation.


  • Accountability: Defining goals, accepting responsibility and delivery on our commitments. We aspire to deliver a high return on investment for our clients.



Our client base includes world renowned nonprofit and charity organizations. Through quality brand representation, we have been able to penetrate markets previously not reached. Our firm a diverse client portfolio, offering consulting services and project management services. All of our staff receives extensive hands on training.


Role Duties:



  • Handle donor inquiries

  • Provide information about the nonprofits and campaigns

  • Troubleshoot and resolve sponsorship account issues and concerns

  • Document and update donor records based on interactions

  • Develop and maintain a knowledge base of the evolving charity clientele and campaign causes


Role Criteria:



  • We do NOT require previous experience in nonprofit, marketing, customer service, sales, public relations, or other related fields

  • Ability to build rapport with clients

  • Ability to prioritize and multitask

  • Positive and professional demeanor

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills


Company Description

Here at FOCUS SOUTH, we pride ourselves on the ability to provide intimate development programs for all of our team members. We are able to break down the common complexities of nonprofit campaigns and our own business development to basic steps that are replaceable across every charity that we work with. By implementing these programs, we have created a whole new framework for our industry. We are able to constantly push the boundaries and create a personal connection to our people and market. This creates the perfect ratio of brand awareness and customer acquisition. We have successfully achieved our goals of creating a culture that not only encourages the growth of our company, but also the group of our team members and our clients. It is our drive, ambition and dedication that has guaranteed a return on investment for all of our clients.


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Jones & Associates is the largest accountancy in California serving the nonprofit industry exclusively. We have been expanding rapidly over the last few years, and are now looking for a team member to help us take our organization to the next level. Centrally located in the mid-Wilshire area, J & A recently was recognized by the market research firm Inavero as a recipient of their “Best of Accounting” award, based on client satisfaction. More information on the firm can be found at www.charityaccounting.com.Responsibilities:  Maintain payroll and reporting schedule for firm and multiple clients, and develop systems for tracking payroll and benefit workflows for multiple pay periods and processing systems.Interface with clients to address questions about payroll, benefits, and other HR-related questions.· Review time sheets, work charts, wage computation, and other information to detect and reconcile payroll discrepancies to ensure pay integrity, verify sick and/or vacation time or other paid benefits. Monitor and correct payroll system to ensure legal compliance.· Process and issue employee paychecks and statements of earnings and deductions.· Perform full auditing procedures pre and post-payroll cycle, creating reports and validations regarding identified occurrences.· Train managers, employees, clients and others on proper use of punch clocks or payroll systems.· Process bi-weekly, monthly, quarterly, and annual payroll reports, tax payments, or any other report as required, or requested by executive management.· Set-up off-cycle payrolls, perform manual check functions, or other functions as requested.· Assist employees and process employee benefits/enrollment for health, dental, vision, life, 401k or any other employee benefits.· Administer, reconcile monthly billing, and/or process payments for all insurance benefits or other benefits such as employee uniforms.· Retrieve and process 401k data and make proper adjustments in the payroll system (including such changes as new enrollments, loans, auto-escalation percentages, or other payroll 401k contribution changes).· Coordinate and conduct “Annual Open Enrollment” meetings or other annual events to promote employee benefits, employee relations, or other company events.· Administer and process all wage garnishment orders in the payroll system, communicating with the employee identified in each order.· Administer all COBRA processes.· Assist with hiring duties such as recruiting, background pre-hire screens, E-Verify, drug/alcohol screens, reference checks, orientations, and on-boarding.· Oversee and administer LOA’s in the payroll system and ensure LOA insurance payments for missed deductions, and provide proper documentation and paperwork to employees.· Maintain and file HR documents and/or HR employee files.Specific preferred skills & experience include:· 3+ years payroll processing and benefits administration· Proficiency with ADP a must; familiarity with Paychex, Quickbooks Payroll, or other payroll systems a plus· Associates or Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, HR, Business or related field preferred· Minimum one-year payroll department experience· Proficiency with Microsoft Office, Excel in particular· Strong attention to detail required· Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail· Ability to juggle multiple projects in a fast-paced environment to meet changing requirements and deadlines· Deep commitment to the success of our staff, our clients and their missionsDue to the confidential nature of our work, the individual must be able to maintain confidential information and exhibit a high level of professional integrity, meet professional standards and exercise good judgment at all times.


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Position Summary


To oversee the overall maintenance of health care for IWC clients per ICF/IDD, federal, state and facilities regulations.


Essential Duties & Responsibilities


1. Provide quality nursing care to all clients and residents.


2. Assist with all healthcare policies, procedures, and services


3. Teach Medication Administration classes.


4. Observe med passes and qualify or disqualify medication passers.


5. Perform monthly Quality Assurance checks of all houses’ med rooms and review electronic Medication Administration Records (MARs).


6. Participate in assessing daily health care and medical care needs of clients


7. The Nursing Director will participate in the identification of clients’ needs related to the findings of the nursing assessment; including: a) participation in making decisions regarding implementation of nursing intervention, medical orders, and plan of care


8. Assist with scheduling of doctor’s lab work, dental visits, and visits for clients as needed.


9. Respond appropriately in cases of emergency. The primary responsibility of the Nursing Director is to care for the client. Also, make necessary arrangements. Contact the Residential Coordinator/QIDDP and notify appropriate administrative personnel.


10. Provide input into nursing programmatic policies and procedures.


11. Assist in implementing nursing policies and procedures.


12. Keep comprehensive and accurate nursing-related records and keep records up-to-date to meet all local, state, and federal laws, and ICF/IID regulations.


14. Assist in determining equipment and supply needs and keep equipment in good repair and sanitary condition.


16. Participate as a member of the interdisciplinary team as needed and attend annual Hab plan meetings for residents.


18. Participate in on-call and on-call back-up system as per agency policy.


19. Participate in data collection for quarterly assessment and progress notes for clients and other related duties as assigned, i.e. 90-day review of orders.


20. Serve as a liaison between programs, doctors, and parent/guardian, concerning health needs of clients as needed.


21. Assist in orientation and training of new staff in the areas of health care issues, roles of the nurse, shift assignments.


25. Participate in resident admissions, transfers, and discharges.


27. Monitor direct care staff for compliance with infection control measures.


28. Be an active member on the Executive Team offering ideas and supporting decisions made for the organization.


29. Attend Executive Team meetings and participate in policy creation and review for the organization.


30. Other duties as assigned.


 


Education/Training


BSN or greater. Current North Carolina Registered Nurse License. Must adhere to all ethical standards as set forth by the Board of Nursing and IWC Code of Ethics.


Necessary Special Qualifications


Must maintain valid North Carolina Driver’s License


 


Company Description

The Irene Wortham Center is a 57 year old non-profit organization that provides residential and day services to adults and children with intellectual and developmental disability, in an inclusive environment that values people of all abilities.


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Job Description


Out client is a nonprofit organization making a huge difference!

Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer is responsible for overseeing the accounting and day-to-day financial function of the organization to ensure accurate and timely accounting records and reports, while considering the adequacy and efficiency of procedures and internal controls. The CFO will oversee all of the cash management. The CFO works across all departments, building close relationships to help department leaders identify and meet their needs for financial data, ensuring proper accounting needs are for the organization.

Duties & Responsibilities:



  • Demonstrate commitment to the organization's vision, mission, and values.

  • Ensure the accuracy of the accounting records while maintaining or improving internal controls and efficiency of staff.

  • Determine the financial and operational impact of policy and procedure changes.

  • Supervise the recording and reporting of unusual and significant transactions.

  • Work with the Controller to ensure the monthly close is completed and detailed reports reviewed.

  • Oversee the staff analyzing monthly departmental and organization financial reports for deviations from budget and emerging trends.

  • Oversee the preparation of the annual audit and tax filings.

  • In partnership with CEO and senior leadership, develop annual plan in alignment with organization strategy and targets.

  • Oversee investments to ensure opportunities are maximized.

  • Assist in the preparation of reports to the Board of Trustees and management.

  • Recommend the budget for the Accounting Department.

  • Assist in the development and preparation of the overall organization budget and forecasts.

  • Review payroll and accounts payable processing.

  • Monitor contracts with significant vendors and contracts.

  • Work with the Controller to ensure the preparation of the monthly sales tax and transaction tax returns is completed.

  • Monitor cash balances and schedules inter-fund transfers to ensure short-term cash needs are met.

  • Work with staff to ensure appropriate monitoring of grant status, projects, restricted contributions, and contracts, including compliance with financial requirements.

  • Provide accounting information to other departments as requested.

  • Monitor debt outstanding, calculate accrued interest, and initiate the transfers of funds to be available for payments.

  • Ensure continued compliance with solicitation registration.

  • Support the activities of Board Committees.

  • Perform other duties as assigned.


Qualifications:
Education:



  • Minimum Bachelor's Degree with a major in Accounting

  • CPA is preferred


Experience:



  • Minimum of 10 years of experience working in accounting, with at least 5 years in a supervisory role

  • Non profit experience preferred but not required

  • High level of computer proficiency required, including advanced experience with computerized accounting systems, spreadsheets, and word processing.

  • Strong analytical skills including the ability to work independently

  • A flexible self-starter able to multi-task while also being highly detailed

  • A collaborative approach with a strong service approach; a team player

  • Effective interpersonal/communication skills. Ability to build relationships with external and internal partners, and communicate effectively (written/oral). Able to communicate effectively with senior leadership and suggest workable solutions

  • Demonstrated ability to partner and influence at all levels in the organization as a credible, valuable source of information and integral part of the management team

  • Highly organized with demonstrated ability to handle large amounts of data and priorities


Company Description

CFS is a leading, employee-owned staffing firm. With more than two decades of experience helping companies locate, attract and hire exceptional accounting & finance professionals, CFS has unique resources to better understand hiring needs, attract higher-caliber candidates and assess candidate potential. Established in 1994, CFS today operates 30+ offices across 21 states and the Caribbean. Serving most major U.S. markets and beyond, CFS connects companies with candidates, from entry-level to executive level, temporary to direct hire and project support to interim management.

CFS has twice been named to Forbes’ list of “Best Professional Recruiting Firms” and twice cited by LinkedIn as one of the “Most Socially Engaged Staffing Agencies."

www.cfstaffing.com


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The National Nonprofit Tax Practice is seeking a motivated, proactive individual looking to join our team in Dallas. They will be working closely with NFP leadership in Texas and California as we continue to expand our practice. What You'll Do: Tax Managers are responsible for taking a lead role in effectively managing multiple clients and engagements of the nonprofit tax practice, resulting in high quality tax deliverables that include, but are not limited to tax returns, projections, planning, and resolving tax controversy issues involving federal and state taxing authorities. A Manager’s responsibilities extend beyond project management to more participation in practice management such as engaging in activities to improve department and niche economics, developing individual expertise, enhancing overall client service and developing department and niche professional staff. While being competent in their technical and job management skills, Managers are also expected to be sought by their clients in order to bring added value to them and to engage in other activities to grow the tax practice and firm. Essential Functions: Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Manage all facets of the engagement and work flow of multiple clients and related deliverables to minimize risk and surprises, maximize engagement economics, meet internal and external deadlines and develop less experienced engagement personnel Develop into a trusted advisor by being the primary point of contact for client throughout the year to discuss updates in their organization, needs and potential solutions, tax related issues and potential solutions, in addition to engagement management matters Lead technical person on the engagement Determine and approve staffing and other resource needs, and related engagement work schedules Work with management team to delegate and balance assignments to supervisors and staff considering their skills, development needs, schedule and engagement economics (as applicable) Perform technical reviews of engagement work papers and related deliverables Continually build on technical expertise in nonprofit taxation by attending continuing professional education courses or utilizing other training resources Review or conduct research on complex tax issues and prepare memorandums to support solutions Lead role in resolving IRS and state taxing authority audits, inquiries and notices Keep the partners informed about client updates, engagement status, and technical issues Substantial involvement in practice management by setting budgets, preparing client billings and collection of accounts, and helping to optimize staff utilization Participate in developing or improving department or niche business processes and methodologies to improve operating efficiencies Be knowledgeable about the services and capabilities of partners and other service lines, and seek to identify other services that will benefit clients Start to engage in practice development efforts including developing a professional network or referral sources, assisting in proposals and assisting partners in their practice development activities or writing articles for publication Participate as an instructor in firm, department and/or niche training programs and meetings Provide formal performance feedback, career counseling and mentoring to those below manager Meet annual billable hours goal What You'll Bring Undergraduate or Graduate Degree in Accounting preferred CPA license Technical expertise in Nonprofit Tax At least 5 year of practice in Public Accounting and Taxation At least 3 years of supervisory experience, including the review of tax returns and accompanying work papers, and supervision of staff assisting in the preparation of client deliverables Solid background in Nonprofit Tax Strong verbal and written communication skills Ability to lead teams and individuals Highly organized, including ability to prioritize and multi-task Strong analytical and critical thinking skills Strong project management skills Broad business knowledge Ability to teach and train others Adept in using business software, including MS Office Our Interview Process normally consists of: A phone interview with one of our Rockstar Recruiters 1-2 Rounds of On-Site Interviews with the Hiring Team Offers typically go out within 24-48 hours after your interview Now, the fine print... Armanino LLP provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, Armanino LLP complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training. Armanino LLP expressly prohibits any form of workplace harassment based on race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, genetic information, disability, or veteran status. Improper interference with the ability of Armanino LLP’s employees to perform their job duties may result in discipline up to and including discharge. For positions based in San Francisco, consistent with the SF Fair Chance Ordinance, an arrest and conviction record will not automatically disqualify a qualified applicant from consideration.


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Part-TimeNonprofit Event Coordinator Internship available at Charity Advertising and Marketing Partners, a marketing and consulting firm located in North Dallas specialized in donor acquisition and retention for large, reputable, nonprofit organizations. Our clients range from organizations that help our wounded veterans to organizations that help protect endangered species and their habitats. Our goal is to expand our event planning team and to fully train an intern in Nonprofit Events Coordinating. We pride ourselves in bringing a strong value proposition to-soon-to-be graduates with hands on experience in working with nonprofit organizations and event planning. Responsibilities Would Include: Setting up daily and weekly events to promote nonprofit clients Networking with businesses in the DFW metroplex Understanding nonprofit clientele and their missions Keeping a detailed calendar of event dates, times and contact information Working directly with upper management to learn the ins and outs of Nonprofit Event Planning Qualifications: Experience in Customer Service, Event Planning, Event Marketing, or Sales is preferred but not required. Positive Upbeat Attitude Exceptional Work Ethic A drive and ambition to grow the current event portfolio Outstanding communication skills This is an unpaid internship where interns can gain experience in the field of event coordinating. We are willing to work with school schedules if currently enrolled. Submit your application now for immediate consideration!


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Summary Statement The President of the Coalition For The Homeless of Central Florida (Coalition) is responsible for providing strong, innovative leadership and maximizing the role of the Coalition in achieving measurable results for our clients, partners, and donors in the Central Florida community. The President is responsible for developing strategies that will increase financial resources in an effort to relieve homelessness and to create and build awareness of the services and assistance provided by the Coalition in the community. The President/CEO is accountable for the overall operational and fiscal integrity of the organization within policies set by the Board of Directors and for leading, managing and administering all aspects of the organization. This includes supervising and developing staff; managing campus facilities and operations; communicating effectively with all partners, donors, agencies, elected officials, public and the media; directing and encouraging development efforts; and directing strategic planning for the organization. The President is responsible for assuring compliance with policies set by the Board of Directors. The President will report directly to the Board Chair and staff will report to the President. Expectations As a Leader, the President is required to foster and maintain liaison and influence within the organization by empowering, guiding, helping, persuading and directing individuals in the execution of tasks required to meet the organization’s goals. A key responsibility of this position is to positively influence the Central Florida community model addressing homelessness, including the spectrum of services and housing needed . In fulfilling this responsibility, the President will act as the primary spokesperson for the Coalition’s goals and objectives and be an active participant in key community organizations and serve on organizational Boards of Directors as appropriate. As a Strategist, the President is directly responsible for working with and through the Board of Directors to formulate the overall direction and purpose of the Coalition and to develop a long-term strategic plan and annual operating plan. This includes research and evaluation of external social, community and economic factors impacting the future direction of the organization. The President shall be the change agent responsible for assisting all organizational entities to adapt to a changing environment. This includes the Board of Directors, staff, volunteers, agency directors and the Central Florida community at large. A candidate will also have experience in a heightened need to develop a strategic long term plan for the facilities needed to support the Coalition’s vision. As a Solutions Developer, the President is responsible for creating an environment wherein logical thinking and structured flexibility allow individuals to deal effectively with critical issues, problems and opportunities. As an Administrator, the President is required to create, implement and maintain effective systems and processes that help people work effectively and communicate and collaborate efficiently. This requires an individual capable of providing guidance to support internal and external processes by means of effective and clearly understood policies, procedures and work standards, The candidate must positively invest in and influence the community approach to homelessness while positioning the Coalition as a key participant in the community solution to homelessness. Summary Of Duties Identify, develop and foster strategies to ensure long-term awareness of, as well as financial and volunteer support for, the homeless among the business community, governmental organizations, philanthropic organizations, religious groups and private individuals throughout Central Florida. Serve as primary spokesperson and public advocate on behalf of the homeless population throughout Central Florida. Communicate and collaborate with the leadership of homeless service providers and governmental agencies advocating regional solutions to Central Florida’s homeless service needs. Lead the preparation of the annual operating budget including operations, personnel, administrative and maintenance expenses and a capital budget reflective of the long-term needs of the Coalition. Ensure the economic viability and serve as the primary fundraising spokesperson for the Coalition. Utilize empowering leadership style to guide the operations at all Coalition facilities by maximizing the ability of the staff to deal successfully with the effects of homelessness in a caring and effective manner that provides for both individual initiative and accountability. Ensure the development of effective and viable programs for residents designated to break the cycle of homelessness and create personal independence, and incorporate appropriate accountability and reporting measurements. Ensure that the Coalition is able to attract and retain bright, caring and capable staff to meet current and future needs. Develop staff through training and experience, maintaining sound management practices and policies that provide a consistently fair and respectful work environment. Ensure the implementation of policies enacted by the Board of Directors. Perform other duties as assigned by the Board of Directors. Qualifications Minimum of 10 years experience in a senior level executive non-profit management capacity. Prior budget administration experience at a minimum of $1million annually. Demonstrated ability to manage a complex fiscal environment including management of existing resources, diversification of funding sources and strategic fundraising initiatives. Proven track record of strong community leadership including the development of working relationships with governmental, community, & media representatives. Proven ability to develop, motivate, empower & retain employees. Dedicated focus to fostering a work environment that enables the organization to attract future highly qualified personnel. Significant experience with successful fundraising and development efforts. Ability to develop strong working relationships with donors, partners, local service providers, volunteers and Board of Directors by demonstrating a blend of leadership presence and cooperative work style. Exceptional oral and written communication skills. Compensation Competitive compensation package commensurate with experience including health care, 401K Plan & vacation benefits.


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This entry-level position is a great opportunity for anyone interested in environmentalism, sustainability, animal rights, and social justice! Greenpeace Frontline is our national grassroots fundraising and membership recruitment program, and our Frontline Representatives canvass in local communities to educate the public about Greenpeace campaigns and recruit monthly contributing members. With the power of our members, we are currently targeting some of the biggest corporate polluters in the world to ban single-use plastics, halt pipeline production throughout the US and Canada, and protect our ancient forests.


Responsibilities:



  • Recruit Greenpeace members, with expectation to meet a weekly fundraising quota

  • Attend skills trainings as required by Senior City Coordinator

  • Provide a positive experience for current, past, and new members

  • Develop a detailed understanding of Greenpeace campaigns


Requirements:



  • A passion for and dedication to environmental and social justice

  • Strong communication and listening skills

  • Demonstrated ability to handle rejection

  • An openness to receive and implement feedback

  • An ability to work outside, standing/walking for up to eight hours per day

  • A demonstrated respect of and to all personal identities


Additional Qualifications:



  • Previous fundraising, field organizing, or sales experience

  • Bilingual competency

  • Political canvassing experience


Salary and Benefits



  • $15 per hour plus weekly performance bonus (after one week training wage)

  • Competitive benefits package for employees including medical, dental, and vision coverage and 401k matching program (upon completion of 90 days)

  • Paid time off for sick, vacation, and personal leave (upon completion of 90 days)

  • Subsidies for employees that choose to ride mass transit to work or commute by bicycle.


 


Only applicants 18 years or older and eligible to work and live in the United States without any legal restrictions need apply for this opportunity. 


We strongly encourage applications from individuals that reflect the communities most affected by climate change, including but not limited to PoC, LGBTQIA, disabled and other marginalized, underrepresented persons within the fight for climate justice. 


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Send resume and cover letter to LWhetzel@britepaths.org The ideal candidate will be an outgoing relationship-builder that is responsible for all partnerships and fundraising related to the organization. You will identify prospects and build a pipeline of talent that will help accelerate the company's financial growth. ResponsibilitiesDevelop and execute a plan for growth across multiple funding streamsTake ownership of fundraising eventsAct as a public representative for the organizationWork cross-functionally with other teamsAnalyzes donor dataSolicits and cultivates donorsServes on leadership team to ensure effective fundraising planGuides organization and board to achive goalsQualificationsProven track record of producing resultsBachelor's degree in Business or equivalentStrong organizational skillsFluency in Microsoft Office suite (Outlook, Excel, Word, PowerPoint, etc.)tech savvy ability to use database technology for donor tracking, moves management, etc.


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This entry-level position is a great opportunity for anyone interested in environmentalism, sustainability, animal rights, and social justice! Greenpeace Frontline is our national grassroots fundraising and membership recruitment program, and our Frontline Representatives canvass in local communities to educate the public about Greenpeace campaigns and recruit monthly contributing members. With the power of our members, we are currently targeting some of the biggest corporate polluters in the world to ban single-use plastics, halt pipeline production throughout the US and Canada, and protect our ancient forests.


Responsibilities:



  • Recruit Greenpeace members, with expectation to meet a weekly fundraising quota

  • Attend skills trainings as required by Senior City Coordinator

  • Provide a positive experience for current, past, and new members

  • Develop a detailed understanding of Greenpeace campaigns


Requirements:



  • A passion for and dedication to environmental and social justice

  • Strong communication and listening skills

  • Demonstrated ability to handle rejection

  • An openness to receive and implement feedback

  • An ability to work outside, standing/walking for up to eight hours per day

  • A demonstrated respect of and to all personal identities


Additional Qualifications:



  • Previous fundraising, field organizing, or sales experience

  • Bilingual competency

  • Political canvassing experience


Salary and Benefits



  • $15 per hour plus weekly performance bonus (after one week training wage)

  • Competitive benefits package for employees including medical, dental, and vision coverage and 401k matching program (upon completion of 90 days)

  • Paid time off for sick, vacation, and personal leave (upon completion of 90 days)

  • Subsidies for employees that choose to ride mass transit to work or commute by bicycle.


 


Only applicants 18 years or older and eligible to work and live in the United States without any legal restrictions need apply for this opportunity. 


We strongly encourage applications from individuals that reflect the communities most affected by climate change, including but not limited to PoC, LGBTQIA, disabled and other marginalized, underrepresented persons within the fight for climate justice. 


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About the Job


This entry-level position is a great opportunity for anyone interested in environmentalism, sustainability, animal rights, and social justice! Greenpeace Frontline is our national grassroots fundraising and membership recruitment program, and our Frontline Representatives canvass in local communities to educate the public about Greenpeace campaigns and recruit monthly contributing members. With the power of our members, we are currently targeting some of the biggest corporate polluters in the world to ban single-use plastics, halt pipeline production throughout the US and Canada, and protect our ancient forests.


Responsibilities:



  • Recruit Greenpeace members, with expectation to meet a weekly fundraising quota

  • Attend skills trainings as required by Senior City Coordinator

  • Provide a positive experience for current, past, and new members

  • Develop a detailed understanding of Greenpeace campaigns


Requirements:



  • A passion for and dedication to environmental and social justice

  • Strong communication and listening skills

  • Demonstrated ability to handle rejection

  • An openness to receive and implement feedback

  • An ability to work outside, standing/walking for up to eight hours per day

  • A demonstrated respect of and to all personal identities


Additional Qualifications:



  • Previous fundraising, field organizing, or sales experience

  • Bilingual competency

  • Political canvassing experience


Salary and Benefits



  • $15.84 per hour plus weekly performance bonus (after one week training wage)

  • Competitive benefits package for employees including medical, dental, and vision coverage and 401k matching program (upon completion of 90 days)

  • Paid time off for sick, vacation, and personal leave (upon completion of 90 days)

  • Subsidies for employees that choose to ride mass transit to work or commute by bicycle.


 


Only applicants 18 years or older and eligible to work and live in the United States without any legal restrictions need apply for this opportunity. 


We strongly encourage applications from individuals that reflect the communities most affected by climate change, including but not limited to PoC, LGBTQIA, disabled and other marginalized, underrepresented persons within the fight for climate justice. 


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Due to increased client demand and recent growth, we are excited to be opening a BRAND NEW events division!! We are looking to fill FIVE event coordinator positions! This is an ENTRY LEVEL ROLE with the potential for advancement and management opportunities based SOLELY on personal performance!


ONLY local, DFW-based candidates will be considered for the role, and candidates MUST be able to start within two weeks of receiving a job offer.


The successful candidate will:


- Be responsible for comprehensive knowledge of our clients' causes and/or services


- Have great communication skills and be confident speaking to potential donors face-to-face at our events


- Take initiative to reach out to local venues and develop and maintain professional relationships with the appropriate contacts


- Be comfortable cold-calling and setting up appointments with contacts at venues


- Represent our company and clients in a professional and courteous manner at ALL times


- Have a positive attitude and winning mentality


- Be responsible for coordinating with contacts, setting up events, and ensuring their successful execution (this includes transporting collateral and other materials from the clients, making sure the event is staffed with other representatives, and participating in fundraising at the event)


- Be energetic, personable, and career-driven


- Be extremely organized and detail-oriented


 


Top Nonprofit Event Promotions will be considered for management roles as we continue to expand into new markets and add new clients to our portfolio and move into a Client Coordinator position.


 


NO experience is required. We are willing to provide the necessary training to anyone who displays a superior work ethic, a desire to learn and develop new skills, and the utmost integrity necessary to represent a nonprofit client.


IF YOU FEEL THAT YOU HAVE THE NECESSARY QUALITIES, SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION TODAY. OPENINGS ARE LIMITED AND WILL BE FILLED IMMEDIATELY.


Candidates from all backgrounds are encouraged to apply, particularly those with experience in: events, event planning, brand ambassador, event coordinator, fundraising, nonprofit, charity, volunteer, community service, customer service, hospitality, restaurant, bartender, sports, management, sports marketing, marketing, marketing management, direct marketing, host, hostess, communications, public relations, PR, administration, leadership, public speaking, fundraiser, athletics, coaching, teaching, training, representative, cold calling, client relations, customer care, event management, trade show, cashier, food service, travel, account sales, Nonprofit Event Promotions, Nonprofit Event Promotions, Nonprofit Event Promotions, Nonprofit Event Promotions, Nonprofit Event Promotions, Nonprofit Event Promotions, Nonprofit Event Promotions, Nonprofit Event Promotions, Nonprofit Event Promotions, Charity and Nonprofit Event Promotions, Charity and Nonprofit Event Promotions, Charity and Nonprofit Event Promotions, Charity and Nonprofit Event Promotions, Charity and Nonprofit Event Promotions, Charity and Nonprofit Event Promotions, Charity and Nonprofit Event Promotions, Charity and Nonprofit Event Promotions


Company Description

We are a direct promotional, marketing, and Sales firm dedicated to improving team members to be cross trained and moved into leadership and management roles. Team Members gain experience in marketing and sales through events, promotions, product launches, and demonstrations. Our focus is to grow the team and promote growth for our clients and our company. We represent some of the largest organizations and charities worldwide. Our unique and innovative approach to marketing our clients' services has afforded us explosive growth within a highly competitive industry. Our mission is to create lucrative partnerships through a personal commitment to profitability for our clients and employees.


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NONPROFIT EXPERIENCE W/CPA IS A MUST!!!


My client is a Nonprofit Foundation geared towards preserving the history of immigration in NYC.  Aside from the amazing mission of the organization, the CFO opportunity comes with excellent compensation, benefits and perks. They need a CFO who can be a tremendous asset in their growth plan, assume oversight of the financial management of the foundations operating budget as well as the capital budget for a major upcoming renovation. The CFO has a primary responsibility for planning and managing all finance activities, including budget, forecast, and audit. 


The Must Have’s for the position are as follows:



  • Minimum of 10 years of progressive accounting experience required 

  • Bachelor’s Degree, CPA required, MBA a plus

  • Not for profit experience required

  • Highly experienced working in tactical situations

  • Preparing financial statements in accordance to GAAP, forecasting monthly cash flow and operating P&L. 

  • Collaborate with department heads and others to prepare and maintain timely and accurate budgets and projections.  

  • Prepare, review, and analyze monthly financial reports to ensure that the institutions financial condition matches expectations, including maintaining sufficient liquidity and bond covenant compliance at all times.  

  • Present to Board of Trustees and its Finance and Audit Committees with detailed, accurate financial information

  • Manages and negotiates the renewal of insurance policies to maintain coverage.  

  • Responsible for hands on management of audits (Pension, Workers’ Comp, Financial Statements, etc.) including preparation of audit schedules and statements.  

  • Serve as liaison with NYC EDC and other government agencies in negotiating and assuring compliance with Funding and Grant Agreements 

  • Work closely with Development Department to track grants 

  • Provide monthly schedules of metrics for revenue and expenses. 

  • Experience managing capital projects a plus 

  • A record of successful oversight of government contracts a plus 

  • Experience with FundEZ, Blackbaud & Altru Ticketing a plus


 


Peter L. Pappas


SVP of Executive Recruiting  - Finance & Accounting 


Tier 1 Executive Recruiting


Specializing in Private - Nonprofit - Public 


Direct: (516) 342-9198


Email:  Tier1er.pappas@gmail.com


Website:  https://tier1executiverecruiting.com/



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In October 2018, Marcum merged in Raffa, which is now known as Raffa Marcum's Nonprofit and Social Sector Group! Marcum is actively seeking high energy and self-motivated Human Resources Manager to join our growing Human Resources Managed Services (HRMS) team in Washington, DC. HRMS supports the HR functions for a variety of highly diverse clients, primarily in the nonprofit sector. The client-facing position is based out of the Marcum Washington, DC office but will involve travel to local client sites. This is a great opportunity for an HR professional who is looking for challenging, yet highly rewarding work. In this role, you will manage a variety of HR projects and ongoing work by providing consulting, support and HR expertise to multiple clients around the DC metro area. As a strategic partner to our clients, you will work closely with professionals and executives at all levels. What you will do: Handle employee relations matters, in addition to acting as a coach/counsel to client employees and supervisors in highly sensitive, confidential or complex situations; Administer, maintain and ensure compliance in areas that may include affirmative action, anti-discrimination, health and safety programs as well as federal and state law s and regulations; Recommend new approaches, policies and procedures to effect continual improvements in efficiency of the department and services performed; Manage all aspects of HR and benefits administration including enrolling and terminating employees in HRIS systems and benefit plans, processing retirement plan remittances and completing annual data collection for compliance testing and 5500 preparation; Manage full cycle recruitment for clients; Manage the payroll process for clients, establishing best practices that capture and prevent errors while maintaining a high level of accuracy in client payroll processes. Minimum Requirements: Bachelor's Degree and 5+ years of Human Resources experience. Human Resources certification (must be an active certification from SHRM and/or HRCI) desired. Proficient using and learning a wide variety of software programs. Hands-on payroll experience. Experience as a sole HR practitioner and/or prior consulting experience highly desirable. Ideal candidate is a self-starter who thinks on his/her feet and thrives in a fast-paced, ever-changing environment. Exemplary customer service skills; ability to deftly manage multiple client assignments and priorities. Well-developed interpersonal skills; exceptional organizational skills. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Independent thinking; self-assessing and self-correcting behaviors. Ability to use systems by conceptualizing and implementing needed processes. Acute attention to detail. Must work well independently in a matrixed environment. BENEFITS: Marcum works hard to keep our compensation and benefit programs competitive with today’s market. At Marcum, you'll find a competitive salary, benefits and 401(k) retirement savings plan. Therefore, the firm offers a comprehensive employee benefits package that in part, includes: Medical Insurance Dental Insurance Life Insurance & AD&D Coverage Short-Term Disability Insurance Long-Term Disability Insurance Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account Holidays and Paid Time Off Employee assistance program (counseling) Smart Benefits program (WMATA) Firm-paid training Various health and wellness programs


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We have been engaged by a nonprofit client in Washington, DC with an immediate opening for a Staff Accountant due to a resignation. This position is located in Northeast DC. Free parking will be provided, but the office is not easily accessible by metro/public transportation.



Responsibilities:



  • Accounting entries (high volume)

  • Account reconciliations

  • GL accounting

  • Ac hoc projects - may be delegated some systems related projects



Requirements:



  • 3-5+ years accounting experience

  • Ability to pick up accounting software quickly (Great Plains is the system used - previous experience a plus but not required)

  • Strong Excel skills - Candidate should know pivot tables, VLOOKUP's

  • Nonprofit accounting experience is a plus, but not required



Personality Fit:



  • Quick learner

  • Someone who is tech savvy and picks up systems quickly

  • Hard worker

  • Diligent


Our client is seeking someone who will be able to hit the ground running in assisting in various areas of accounting. The ideal candidate enjoys working in a collaborative team environment. Please apply today for immediate consideration.


Company Description

CFS is a leading, employee-owned staffing firm. With more than two decades of experience helping companies locate, attract and hire exceptional accounting & finance professionals, CFS has unique resources to better understand hiring needs, attract higher-caliber candidates and assess candidate potential. Established in 1994, CFS today operates 30+ offices across 21 states and the Caribbean. Serving most major U.S. markets and beyond, CFS connects companies with candidates, from entry-level to executive level, temporary to direct hire and project support to interim management.

CFS has twice been named to Forbes’ list of “Best Professional Recruiting Firms” and twice cited by LinkedIn as one of the “Most Socially Engaged Staffing Agencies."

www.cfstaffing.com


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