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Position: Development Associate

Classification: Non-Exempt, Full-Time

Work Schedule: 40 hours per week, Monday through Friday 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM that on occasion will require some evening weekends, and/or holiday hours. 

Worksite: On-site at La Casa de las Madres’ administrative office located at: 1269 Howard Street, San Francisco CA 94103. Adherence to COVID-19 preventative policies including but not limited to daily symptom self-screen and regular COVID-19 diagnostic testing will apply.

Agency:  La Casa de las Madres (La Casa) is a nonprofit provider of service for victims and their children.  Founded in 1976, La Casa is San Francisco’s oldest domestic violence program, providing comprehensive supportive services through an Emergency Shelter, 2-24 hour hotlines, non-residential Community Programs, and Community Education and Outreach Programs reaching 20,000 community members annually.   

Position Summary:  Drives interest in and engagement with La Casa's mission, the Development Associate is a key member of La Casa's fundraising team. Spearheads implementation of a wide array of fund development activities including donor database management, electronic and direct mail solicitations, special events, donor stewardship communications, and web/social media projects. Under the direct supervision of the Director of Community Partnerships and Philanthropy the Development Associate works collaboratively with the development team and across departments to identify, secure and grow individual and institutional donor relationships. 

Responsibilities:


  • Implement of a strategic calendar of fundraising appeals and donor stewardship communications including a bi-annual newsletter, in-kind and monetary campaigns.

  • Support and produce successful active and passive fundraising events, in collaboration with the director of community partnerships and philanthropy, like the annual redHOT party, one-time cultivation events, workplace campaigns, and third-party fundraisers.

  • Coordinate and support institutional advancement strategies through volunteer cultivation and engagement, prospect identification and research, and briefings and preliminary proposal drafting as requested.

  • Manage and maintain effective donor relationships and records, including confidential donor database, communication, and filing systems spanning receipt, entry and acknowledgement of all monetary and in-kind donations. 

  • Develop content and implement strategies across La Casa's email and social media platforms, in collaboration with the Outreach Department, to cultivate contributions and grow engagement.

  • Build donor relationships through presentations about domestic violence and La Casa's services to corporations, community groups, and business associations 

  • Assist the Director of Community Partnerships and Philanthropy in planning, implementing and evaluating annual fund development plan.

  • Build and maintain effective working relationships with all program and support staff.

  • Support accurate service data collection in compliance with grant reporting requirements.

  • Special Projects and other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:


  • Bachelor’s degree preferred – not required, with 2 to 4 years demonstrated and verifiable successful experience in nonprofit fundraising and donor/prospect development.

  • Direct experience planning and executing events and meetings.

  • Excellent organization and time management skills. 

  • Strong interpersonal skills and the proven ability to work independently and collaboratively.

  • Excellent communication skills and the ability to compose and articulate a clear, compelling case for support verbally and in writing.

  • Ability to work with and within diverse groups of people. 

  • Demonstrated knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and fundraising or database software applications.

  • Completion of The Fundraising School's introductory course or similar training strongly preferred

  • Understanding and sensitivity to issues of domestic violence, commitment to and ability to communicate the goals and philosophy of La Casa required.

  • Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously, in a fast-paced setting with shifting priorities and constant deadlines.  

  • Ability to meet physical requirements of the job including carrying, lifting, pulling and pushing 50+ lbs., and walking up and down stairs.

  • Clearance through fingerprinting may be required; La Casa de las Madres will consider applicants, including those with criminal histories, in a manner consistent with San Francisco’s Fair Chance Ordinance.

  • Valid California Driver’s License, clean driving record & insurable under agency policy. We will consider a non-driver with a valid California Identification Card.

Required Competencies: To perform the job successfully, an individual should demonstrate the following competencies in executing the essential functions of this position:


  • Problem solving – identify and resolve problems in a timely manner by gathering and analyzing information skillfully.

  • Interpersonal skills – maintain confidentiality, remain open to others’ ideas and exhibit a willingness to try new approaches.

  • Managing Up - Ability to exercise good judgment and manage communications with supervisor and/or agency leadership.

  • Oral communications – speaks clearly and persuasively in positive or negative situations, demonstrates group presentation skills and ability to conduct meetings.

  • Written communications – edits work for spelling and grammar, presents numerical data effectively and is able to read and interpret written information.

  • Planning/organizing – prioritizes and plans work activities, uses time efficiently and develops realistic action plans.

  • Quality control – demonstrates accuracy and thoroughness and monitors quality of own work.

  • Adaptability – adapts to changes in the work environment, manages competing demands and is able to deal with frequent change, delays or unexpected events.

  • Dependability – consistently at work and on time, follows instructions, responds to management direction and solicits feedback to improve performance.

  • Safety and security – actively promotes and personally observes safety and security procedures, and uses equipment and materials properly.

Other Information:  The Development Assistant position is non-exempt and full-time (40 hours per week) Monday through Friday 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM that on occasion requires the flexibility to work evening, weekend and/or holiday hours.

Compensation:  $58,000-$63,000 per year-DOE, commensurate with the successful candidate’s experience.  

Excellent benefit package includes:  Option between two Kaiser health plans, vision, dental, life insurance, long term disability, employee assistance program, tuition reimbursement, health savings account, employee funded 403(b) retirement plan with employer match option, 12 paid holidays, 2 additional paid days off for employee’s birthday and work anniversary, and generous vacation plan.

To Apply: Send resume with cover letter in PDF format to: hr@lacasa.org or send to: La Casa de las Madres – DAA, 1269 Howard Street, San Francisco, CA 94103, Fax: (415) 503-0301.

La Casa de las Madres is an Equal Opportunity Employer

 


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Net Impact is looking for a Program Manager to lead our largest and longest-running program, the Up to Us Campus Competition. Up to Us is a leadership development program that trains young people to lead campaigns about fiscal policy that encourage the next generation to think critically about economic opportunities and how to build a financial future that aligns with their generation’s values and priorities. Now entering its 10th year, the competition has a solid foundation and is ready for a Program Manager who will lead the project team to provide vision and fresh direction. 

The ideal candidate is passionate about empowering young people by developing their capacity to lead campaigns and become civically engaged throughout their lives. The Program Manager will oversee all aspects of the Campus Competition, from strategic planning to outreach to student trainings and measurement and evaluation of the program itself. By flexing strong people and project management skills, this person will lead an internal team to achieve the competition’s ambitious goals of engaging thousands of students across the U.S. on college campuses to create thoughtful and impactful public awareness campaigns. The Program Manager will hire and oversee a direct report who will be the student-facing day to day lead on all activities. 

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.

Net Impact values a diverse workplace and strongly encourages people of color, LGBTQ individuals, people with disabilities, members of ethnic minorities, and individuals of all socioeconomic backgrounds to apply for the position.

 

Key Responsibilities: 

 

Program management

● Program manager: Oversee the lifecycle of student engagement for the Up to Us program. Design and lead recruitment, selection, campaign management, final reporting, and judging in collaboration with the systems team to ensure program success 

● Financial management: Own budget management for the Up to Us competition. Collaborate with the finance team to manage spending and projections

● Project manager: Oversee and execute the Up to Us competition by designing work plans, creating dashboards, and leveraging other project management tools to keep the internal team organized, coordinated, and focused on goals

● Cross-functional coordinator: Coordinate with internal teams including marketing, finance and systems to achieve key deliverables 

 

Community engagement and event planning

● Transformative event planner: Lead the development and execution of virtual and in-person events that support the Up to Us program, including the intensive leadership development training, conference workshops, and career development trips 

● Data-driven decision-maker: Lead effective program management and continuous improvement by leveraging survey and other available data for program improvements and new opportunities

● Inspirational leader: Inspire audiences from higher-education professionals to college students to your fellow Up to Us team members and external funders about the program’s value and the importance of a strong fiscal outlook

 

People Management 

● Direct supervisor: Supervise 1 direct report to successfully manage all day-to-day aspects of the program and works directly with competition participants 

● Team lead: Supervise the performance of cross-functional team members who build relationships with campus stakeholders, recruit program applicants, and develop relevant systems and tools

● Inspirational leader: Lead internal meetings with contributors; identify and respond to areas for improvement

● Culture-builder: Actively cultivate a positive, productive, and inclusive culture

 

Overall Qualifications / Requirements: 

● 3-5 years in project/program management or education 

● Experience with program design, planning, and evaluation

● Interest and experience with economic or public policy topics

● Excellent self-management skills, including organizational abilities, attention to detail, and the ability to work independently with a high degree of autonomy 

● Outstanding public speaker and superb communications skills, both written and verbal, particularly with student audience

● Demonstrated ability to make data-driven decisions

● Excellent people management skills

● Computer proficiency, particularly organizing information using MS Office and Google Suite

● Comfort with Salesforce, Email Marketing Tools, Asana and Learning Management Systems a plus

● Ability to travel multiple times per year, as soon as it’s feasible to travel

 

To Apply: 

Please send the following application materials directly to careers@netimpact.org. Applications without all materials or submitted via other channels will not be considered. Please write your name and the title for this position (Your name – Program Manager, Up to Us) in the subject line of your email.

1)   Thoughtful cover letter explaining your interest in the position and Net Impact and your qualifications

2)   Resume

3)   Salary expectations

 

Hours: Full-time

 

Location: Currently remote due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Our office will remain closed or partially opened for staff upon request until it is safe to resume regular operations, at which point, it is preferred that the Program Manager, Up to Us will be able to be present in our Oakland, CA, USA offices . Net Impact continually assesses COVID risk, market convention related to work locale policies.

 

Compensation: The salary range for this position is $60,000 to $65,000 annually, depending on experience. Competitive benefits package available, including medical, vision and dental insurance, flexible vacation and more.

 

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.

 

About Up to Us

Up to Us is a program aimed at the next-generation leaders to raise awareness and generate non-partisan ideas around our country’s fiscal outlook. Since the launch of Up to Us in 2012 in partnership with the Clinton Global Initiative University and the Peter G. Peterson Foundation, student teams have engaged more than 200,000 of their peers through innovative and engaging campus activities. 

In each competition cohort, students receive campaign funding and training to turn their ideas into action, with full support from the Up to Us team. Our unique career tracks provide training in leadership, campaign management, digital advocacy and professional development. At the end of the program, students have the opportunity to apply for exclusive paid internships, Harvard Business School Online courses, and a chance at winning the $10,000 grand prize.

 

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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 The Community Engagement Coordinator will coordinate engagement and response efforts on Not In Our Town’s (“NIOT’s”) collaboration on the “LA vs Hate” initiative and support engagement, coaching, guidance, and strategy with local communities in the national Not In Our Town Network.

Los Angeles County - The Community Engagement Coordinator will provide or support the following services:


  • Social Media engagement on hate response and tools for prevention

  • Response to incidents

  • Information gathering and reporting

  • Participation in outreach events meetings and trainings 

  • Receive and evaluate referred response-to-hate 211-LA, or other agency referrals to NIOT on hate crimes and hate incidents to determine possible NIOT support or interventions

  • Coordinate Training sessions from NIOT  for constituent groups and/or community leaders and stakeholders

  • Report on progress and data collection

National - In collaboration with NIOT leadership, the Community Engagement Coordinator will implement and develop engagement strategies with communities across the U.S. through the following duties:


  • Initiate contact with communities and individuals seeking action support from NIOT

  • Provide resources,  coordinate coaching calls, and file online reports on local community actions and maintain ongoing communication with NIOT groups to keep them informed and engaged

  • Schedule and host (virtual) community, stakeholder and leadership screenings or events

  • Maintain database of constituents and key stakeholders

  • Organize and/or host a webinars for NIOT Network 

  • Report on progress and data collection

This is a part time position (25 hours per week). Compensation commensurate with experience. Please send your cover letter indicating your experience and interest in the position, your resume and two writing samples to jobs@niot.org.Not In Our Town is an Equal Opportunity Employer, with a commitment to diversity in the workplace. People of color and of all genders are strongly encouraged to apply 


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 Summary: Kara seeks an individual who desires to be an integral member of our team providing bereavement support in English and Spanish to grieving adults, children and families affected by the death of a significant relationship. Flexing service time between two growing programs, the Spanish Services & Community Outreach Associate will: a) work under the management of the Spanish Services Director to ensure efficient and effective client support is delivered through our Spanish Services program, and b) work under the supervision of the Community Outreach Director, participating in the preparation, execution, and follow-up of crisis response interventions in the community following a tragedy or death. A passion for our mission of serving the bereaved combined with proven interpersonal, organizational, and communication skills are keys for success.   

The duties of the Spanish Services & Community Outreach Associate will include but are not limited to the following:

Essential Job Duties/Responsibilities

▪ Facilitate intakes and consultations for Spanish services clients (within three months of initial training) 

▪ Facilitate individual and group grief support debriefings (within three months of initial training), for clients in the community impacted by death and loss.  

▪ Assist with training, supporting, and recruiting new Spanish services volunteers and  Community Outreach crisis response team volunteers. 

▪ Assists with the facilitation, implementation and coordination of Spanish services community peer support groups and workshops.  

▪ Organizes, attends and/or participates in special outreach events that promote and advocate the Spanish services program as well as educational trainings and presentations. 

▪ Assist in enlisting, coordinating, and preparing Kara’s crisis response team members in response to a service request

▪ During crisis response events, oversee and monitor the service team’s work, and ensure appropriate resources and materials are prepared & distributed. 

▪ After each crisis response event, debrief team members, and communicate with the Community Outreach Director.

▪ Conduct administrative and operational tasks related to crisis response and Spanish services requests, including follow up communications with clients and timely entry of organizational information, statistics, and service evaluations in the agency database.

▪ Manages and maintains all Spanish services related materials, supplies and site resources.

▪ Maintains current information on community and social services resources that supplement grief services and the needs in the community.

▪ Collaborates with interagency programs and utilizes additional resources to complete tasks in promoting and marketing Spanish services.

▪ Establishes, collaborates, builds and maintains strong partnerships with other grief support, wellness and community organizations.

 

Qualifications (Values, Skills, and Abilities)

▪ Keen understanding of Kara's mission and a commitment to our guiding values of empathy and compassion

▪ Bilingual (fluency) in Spanish and English. 

▪ A client-centered and culturally attuned appreciation for the challenges of individuals and families navigating loss and grief  

▪ Flexible, resourceful and innovative; strong initiative and follow-through skills

▪ Excellent interpersonal skills; a team player and a team builder 

▪ Positive attitude and sense of humor 

▪ Quick to learn, and devise or apply ideas; and willingness to ask for help

▪ Strong verbal and written communication skills 

▪ Ability to work successfully under pressure in unpredictable service locations and with minimal supervision 

▪ Excellent organizational, time management, planning and problem solving skills

▪ Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite, Google Apps Suite (mail, calendar, tasks, drive file stream, docs), Internet navigation, and Database (cloud & software) applications,

▪ Ability to embrace and maintain confidentiality 

▪ High standard of professionalism and integrity

▪ Ability to work evenings and weekends periodically

 

Education and Experience

▪ Bachelor’s Degree (or equivalent work experience)

▪ Experience working with Hispanic, at risk, underserved populations or understanding of cultural and social factors affecting these communities. 

▪ Experience conducting intakes or screenings a plus. 

▪ Experience working with community organizations a plus

▪ Experience as a Kara volunteer or similar program requiring understanding of grief and loss support structures a plus

 Work Hours / Status

▪ Non-exempt position

▪ 30 to 40 hours per week

▪ Flexible hours divided between two programs (Spanish Services and Community Outreach & Education Services) 

Cover Letter Should be Submitted for a Complete Application  

 


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Are you passionate about building a movement to make sure every student in the Bay Area has a world-class public school? Join us as a community organizer in San Jose, CA  to find, train and coach parents leaders so they can advocate effectively for more high-quality public schools in the Bay Area. Reports to VP, Organizing.

About Innovate Public Schools:

Innovate Public Schools is a nonprofit organization focused on ensuring that all Bay Area students, including low-income students and students of color, receive an excellent education. We're building a movement of families, educators, and business and elected leaders who together will make this vision a reality. We build the capacity of parents and educators to innovate and act together to create world-class public schools, and we publish easy-to-understand school quality data and research that highlights both problems and solutions.

Innovate Public Schools supports parents across the region to build powerful community organizations in their local communities that can successfully push for better schools and hold the system accountable to the needs of families and children. Innovate leads a network of grassroots community organizations led by passionate parent leaders from across the Bay Area in Santa Clara, San Mateo and San Francisco counties.

http://innovateschools.org/parent-action-network/

 

About the Position:

As an Innovate community organizer, you will work alongside of the most veteran community organizing staff in the country, including professional organizers who have built successful low-income, volunteer-driven education reform efforts throughout California. This is a full-time / exempt position located in San Jose, CA.

We offer a highly competitive salary and benefits package. Annual salary range begins at $63,000 and is dependent on the candidate's experience.

In this role, you will:

-Identify, train and develop community leaders in the principles and practices of community organizing in order to build powerful parent-driven organizations affiliated with Innovate Public Schools

-Develop and manage relationships with a broad base of constituents from targeted neighborhoods (including faith-based institutions, public officials, local government agencies, social service agencies, teachers and school leaders), and build their support for the reform efforts of Innovate's affiliated parent organizations.

-Conduct at least 15 one-to-one visits with parents and community members every week

-Over time, build and manage multiple parent organizations that drive local school reform work and bring new community leadership to communities in San Francisco or Santa Clara / San Mateo Counties

-Plan and coordinate large public forums and meetings, led by parent leaders

-Participate in local, regional and national staff development sessions with organization partners

-Participate in fundraising and administrative activities as required

Your Resources:

-Extensive formal training in community organizing through participation in Innovate's national, year-long Community Organizer Training Program (COTP)

-Membership in a national cohort community of organizers through the COTP, with the opportunity to learn from and share with others in your field

-Weekly coaching and development from veteran organizing team members and national experts in the field

-Learning about latest changes in education policies and cutting edge practices in designing new, world-class schools through collaboration with experts on Innovate's other teams

We offer a highly competitive salary and benefits package. Annual salary range begins at $63,000 and is dependent on the candidate's experience.

Sample "Week in the Life" of a Community Organizer:

-Meet 1-1 with one of your parent leaders to strategize about the next steps in your campaign to expand educational options in the district

-Prepare and then support your team of 15 parent leaders as they hold their first meeting with the local superintendent about the district's plans to improve outcomes for low-income students

-Meet with Innovate's Research and Policy Team to plan a powerful presentation on achievement gap data for a local congregation

-Role-play your upcoming training on power and leadership for the organizing team and receive feedback from your colleagues

-Train a parent to chair a meeting with her local school board president, and coach her to think through the appropriate tone and level of challenge the group should bring to the board member about their issue

-Make calls to invite parents to attend an upcoming meeting and schedule 1-1 visits with them for the next week

-Meet with your supervisor to evaluate your previous parent leader team meeting

-Schedule a 1-1 with a local nonprofit leader to learn more about their work with families and the changing political environment in local cities

-Read and reflect on a classic organizing text, like Saul Alinsky's Rules for Radicals

Qualifications (Required):

-Baccalaureate degree or equivalent work experience

-Proficiency in Spanish

-Work experience in low-income communities

-Demonstrated experience in community organizing or advocacy work (paid or voluntary)

-Demonstrated ability to build strong relationships with diverse stakeholders and communities

-Ability to write and speak clearly and persuasively, including speaking in small and large group settings

-Strong strategic thinking skills and an ability to analyze policies and institutions

-Experience with and sensitivity to multicultural work environments

-Willingness to work as member of and contribute to a team in a dynamic, learning environment

-Passion for creating more high-quality school options for working families

-Eagerness to learn and apply Innovate's approach to community organizing

-A valid driver's license and reliable, insured vehicle (needed to fulfill job requirements)

-Proof of eligibility to work in the United States

-Ability to work frequent evening meetings (average 3-4 per week) and some weekends

Qualifications (Preferred):

-Two to five years of professional community organizing or community development experience

-Understanding of the education reform landscape

-Academic or experiential knowledge related to building social capital and political power in low-income and multilingual communities

-Skills as a trainer with specialized knowledge in grassroots leadership development, political context, public policy development, and/or public education

-Experience developing and supporting public policy solutions to local or regional problems

-Experience working with African American and/or Latino communities

Work Environment / Physical Demands:

The work environment characteristics and the physical demands described here are representative of those an employee encounters while successfully performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools or controls; reach with hands and arms; and talk or hear. The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 10 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and the ability to adjust focus. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.

TO APPLY: Submit your resume and a cover letter explaining your interest in the position and what you would bring to Innovate Public Schools here: https://jobs.lever.co/innovateschools/6aac6d53-13f5-4f93-8656-cda0aa5cc829?lever-origin=applied&lever-source%5B%5D=LocalWise

Start date: ASAP

Application deadline: open until filled.

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by the person in this position. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills.

Innovate Public Schools is an equal opportunity employer, and takes pride in maintaining a diverse environment. We do not discriminate in recruitment, hiring, training, promotion or any other employment practices for reasons of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, marital or veteran status, disability, or any other legally protected status.


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  Program and Position Overview

Hamilton Families Transitional Housing in the North of Panhandle neighborhood houses and supports 20 families at high risk for chronic homelessness for up to 18 months. Families receive intensive social services to identify and address factors contributing to their homelessness to enable them to return to stable, independent housing and economic self-sufficiency.  The program provides case management, employment readiness activities, job retention support, intensive housing search support and substance abuse recovery support.

The Residential Counselor is primarily responsible for providing a safe and healthful environment, and welcoming atmosphere for program participants.

 

Primary Duties and Responsibilities 

• Set and contribute to a safe, dignified, and orderly atmosphere by enforcing program rules, policies, and procedures, as well as through observing stated DHS grievance policy. Act as a role model, guiding participants and facilitating appropriate behavior about daily living skills, self-care, personal interaction, social relationships, and constructive time management.

• Conduct regular rounds of the facility, and interact with participants to share information, provide supplies, conduct intakes, and facilitate interventions as necessary. Rounds include the interior (participant living quarters, bathrooms, and community rooms) and exterior of the building.

• Maintain appropriate professional boundaries with participants and staff, respond to participant requests in a professional and courteous manner, and observe and adhere to participant confidentiality standards.

• Ensure the safety of participants by limiting access to facility to participants, staff, and authorized visitors and service providers; help to ensure adequate health and safety standards are maintained throughout the facility.

• Perform daily maintenance, cleaning, and kitchen duties (assist in preparing living units for incoming families, cleaning and maintaining the kitchen and dining areas, daily upkeep, and cleaning of shelter and office areas); assist with serving resident meals as needed.

• Maintain thorough and accurate records, files, correspondence, and statistics; complete necessary documentation (both hand-written and computer-based/data entry) in a timely, accurate, complete and legible manner, which may include, but is not limited to: notations in the shelter log, bed roster, incident reports, late arrivals, sign-in sheets, referrals, showers and laundry schedules, and any other forms used or as directed by your supervisor.

• Respond appropriately to emergencies, including contacting appropriate staff and supervisor(s), interacting with police, fire, and medical personnel as needed.

• Perform intakes with new families, including reviewing the program agreement and rules; providing a tour of the building; and informing participants where they can gain access to employment, housing, medical, and counseling services.

• Maintain and promote the cooperative, harmonious, and teamwork environment that Hamilton Families strives to promote within the workplace; maintain and promote an atmosphere of dignity and respect in line with the philosophy and policies of HF.

• Ensure effective communication of priority information to all necessary staff and shifts.

• Provide front-desk and other reception duties in a professional and courteous manner, relay timely and accurate messages, and provide information upon request about available services offered.

• Provide varying shift coverage as needed and available.

• Complete designated program-specific, shift-specific tasks.

• Participate in staff and shift change meetings as required.

• This position is represented by OPEIU, Union Local 29.

• Other duties as assigned.   

 

Qualifications, Skills and Abilities

• High School Diploma or GED required; Bachelor’s degree in social work or related field of study preferred.

• Sensitivity to the needs of homeless families; able and willing to work with diverse staff and participants.

• Experience working in a residential facility providing support services and working with homeless families strongly preferred. Able to respond appropriately to emergencies including contacting appropriate staff and/or contacting and interacting with police, fire, and medical personnel as needed.

• Experience working with participants who have mental health related issues, substance abuse, domestic violence, and/or HIV/AIDS related issues strongly preferred; experience with Child Protective Service agencies, HIPAA requirements, and crisis intervention techniques preferred.

• Able to perform extensive charting, data entry and documentation.

• Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

• Proficient in Microsoft Office applications including Word, Excel, and Outlook, etc.

• CPR and First Aid certification required within first six months of hire.

• Essential job functions include using a telephone, working at a standard computer terminal; ability to follow reasonable ergonomic accommodations; sit and stand for long intervals; reach, bend, lift, and carry up to 40 pounds depending on position; and walk up and down stairs several times a day.

• Criminal background check, fingerprint imaging, TB (Tuberculosis) clearance, and documentation required post offer.


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The Director of Advancement is a visionary leader who inspires stakeholders to invest in 826 Valencia’s mission and programs. As a member of the leadership team and the staff member chiefly responsible for contributed revenue (approximately 95% of its annual income), the Director of Advancement is responsible for both strategic communications and fundraising (including major and annual gifts from individuals, foundations, corporations and government). Reporting to the Executive Director and working closely with the Board, the Director of Advancement oversees all aspects of comprehensive and strategic fundraising plans and awareness-building campaigns (from ideation to implementation and cycles of improvement) that meet both short- and long-term revenue goals. This position effectively manages and supports the Advancement Team, and helps build collaboration across the organization. The person in this role also spearheads an organization-wide culture of philanthropy, and champions our values of diversity, equity, and inclusion. This is an exciting opportunity for a skilled advancement leader to join this iconic, mission-driven, and stable organization on the eve of its 20th anniversary and define the next chapter in its evolution in service to its students.  

WHO WE ARE

826 Valencia is an award-winning nonprofit dedicated to supporting under-resourced students ages six to eighteen with their creative and expository writing skills, and to helping teachers inspire their students to write. Our innovative model has inspired more than 40 like-minded organizations world-wide.

REPORTING RELATIONSHIPS 

The Director of Advancement reports to the Executive Director of 826 Valencia and manages four staff members: the Director of Institutional Gifts, Director of Individual Philanthropy, Development and Annual Fund Coordinator, and Communications Manager. (The Advancement Team also includes a full-time Grants and Development Coordinator, and part-time Communications Associate, supervised by other team members.)  

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES 

Development and Fundraising 


  • Lead fundraising and communications efforts, including individual and corporate giving, foundation, and government grants, raising upwards of $4.5M annually

  • Develop and execute annual and long-term fundraising plans, employing best practices to maximize contributed revenue, scale the organization and provide for its future sustainability; for the 2022 calendar year, include special coordinated events, messaging, and fundraising opportunities in honor of 826 Valencia’s 20th Anniversary

  • Provide assistance and leadership to the Executive Director and Board members to build and maintain long-term relationships with donors and to cultivate effective, meaningful relationships with prospects that lead to measurable results

  • Manage a personal portfolio of major individual, corporate and foundation donors, with full responsibility for all cultivation, stewardship and progressive levels of engagement and giving

  • Design innovative and high quality opportunities for donor involvement and stewardship, leveraging best practices for community-centric fundraising and equity 

  • Evaluate and analyze the existing development program and implement effective changes, responses to changing environment, policies and procedures to increase overall development performance

  • Develop and cultivate relationships with donors, key decision-makers, staff, and a variety of stakeholders and audiences from diverse backgrounds

  • With the Director of Institutional Giving, oversee and participate in the preparation of high-quality, targeted grant proposals and reports that inspire deeper donor connection and investment

  • With the Development and Annual Fund Coordinator, oversee the management of the donor database and ensure the accuracy of donor records

  • With the Director of Individual Philanthropy, oversee the creation and execution of both high-level and low-level fundraising events

Communications


  • In collaboration with the Communications Manager, guide strategic, on-brand, and timely communications (publications, social media and publicity) to build audience and position the organization as a thought leader in topics including writing, educational equity, and student voice

Organizational Leadership


  • Build a culture of philanthropy: guide the Board, staff, and volunteers in understanding and implementing development best practices and integrating the work into all aspects of the organization

  • Serve on the 826 Valencia leadership team to support team members from diverse backgrounds and help build a collaborative, mission-driven, and effective work culture

  • Work collaboratively with the Executive Director and Department Heads to establish and support the strategic direction for 826 Valencia, and integrate the team’s work to support the organizational vision and mission

  • Collaborate across the 826 Network, supporting, teaching and learning from the cohort of 826 Development Directors across the country to build the strength of the network

Other Responsibilities


  • Attend staff meetings and meet all deadlines 

  • Attend National Conference and other professional development workshops, conferences, seminars, etc.

  • All other duties as assigned by the Executive Director

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS


  • Bachelor’s degree

  • At least 10 years of progressive responsibility in fundraising 

  • At least 5 years experience managing fundraising staff

  • Demonstrated ability to solicit and close major gifts, especially individuals in the six-figure range

  • Experience in best-practice protocols and systems, including creating development strategies and research profiles, data gathering and interpretation, and external environmental analysis

  • Proven experience and proficiency at developing and maintaining a large number and wide range of relationships, both externally and internally within an organization

  • Knowledge and commitment to addressing issues impacting youth from under-resourced communities, as well as advancing social justice generally

  • Public relations, media and communications experience (preferred) 

  • Planned giving training or experience (preferred) 

  • Excellent command of English language and grammar, both verbal and written

  • Proficient with computer applications – a thorough understanding of the Microsoft Office and Google suite and the ability to learn and master other computer technology/software programs as needed

  • Experience with Salesforce or similar CRM systems

Required Competencies


  • Designs enduring, scalable, and codified systems for sustainable development and fundraising that plan for interdependencies, risks and contingencies

  • Leads others in creative problem solving, applying project management and field best practices

  • Develops and implements systems to effectively support managers in developing and demonstrating management skills; develops and implements accountability and coaching structures to support managers as they coach and develop their teams

  • Develops and implements systems to take down silos within and across departments, creating formal/informal structures for cross-department collaboration that leverages differences and inspires trust among members

  • Demonstrates awareness of cultural values, biases and differences in self and others and tailors approach based on this understanding. Applies a culturally competent lens to work.

  • Demonstrates highly developed awareness of how one's leadership and behaviors directly and indirectly impact others; anticipates and understands implications and communicates these across the organization

  • Works with the Executive Director to confidently lead the department through times of change and transition, working with a team to identify opportunities for innovation and new possibilities amidst change

  • Identifies and understands stakeholder perspectives. Anticipates and embraces stakeholder reactions and works to address concerns in ways that resonate

  • Creates a culture of professional development, continuous feedback, and mutual support among staff within purview and in collaboration with other directors; provides a compelling career progression within the department and environment for growth and development; develops and implements systems to celebrate team accomplishments

OTHER DETAILS

This exempt role is based at Tenderloin Center at 180 Golden Gate Ave., San Francisco. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, currently remote with high-speed Internet access needed, but will return to the office when we reopen our centers. Candidates must be located in or willing to relocate to the San Francisco Bay Area, and able to work in an open-office environment where there may be substantial ambient noise and overheard conversations. Flexible work schedule Monday through Friday (e.g., 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.) with some evenings and weekends as required.

BENEFITS 


  • Paid Time Off: 15 Vacation days per year (increases to 20 days after two years), approximately 9 Wellness days per year, 12 Holidays, and winter office closure. (Additional COVID-19 paid time off available through federal and state COVID-19 leave regulations)

  • Health insurance coverage, Employee Assistance Program, group life insurance

  • Pre-Tax Savings: 401(k) plan with <1% employer match, Flexible Spending Account for health and dependent care expenses, Commuter Benefits

  • Professional development funds (budget permitting)

  • Reimbursement for local work-related travel expenses, such as between writing centers and school sites. While working remotely due to COVID-19, partial reimbursement for high-speed Internet and utilities

  • 30% discount at all 826 Valencia stores

TO APPLY 

Please fill out thisbrief application. Please submit your cover letter, résumé, and writing sample to hiring@826valencia.org by April 23. Write “Director of Advancement” in the subject line. This position is open until filled, with an ideal start date of June 1, 2021.

826 Valencia is an equal opportunity employer committed to achieving a diverse and inclusive workforce. Candidates who identify as Black, Indigenous or people of color are strongly encouraged to apply. 826 Valencia does not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, age, religion, sexual orientation, political orientation, disability, veteran status, or gender identity or expression. For more information, read the826 Stand.


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  Ashby Village  (www.ashbyvillage.org) is a community-based nonprofit organization that connects us with one another, offering support and opportunities for meaningful engagement that enable us to age with a sense of belonging and dignity. Together we are transforming aging in our East Bay communities.  Ashby Village is seeking a dynamic, outgoing person with a passion for building connection to join our small collegial staff as our program coordinator, reporting to the executive director.    

Job Description   

The Program Coordinator (PC) is responsible for program support and facilitation, specifically social and educational events, Neighborhood and Interest Groups.  This work is accomplished, in large part, through liaison with several teams of active engaged volunteers, but the PC must also take an active role in initiating programs. 

Key Responsibilities

· Coordinate, support and facilitate social and educational programming, ensuring that it vital, appropriate, and in close alignment with organizational mission.   

· Coordinate production of in-person and Zoom events, including scheduling, audio-visual, technical support, and occasional introduction and welcome 

· Provide support to ensure that the Neighborhood Groups play a vital role in building connections between members, disseminating information, and promoting the Village. 

· Assist and support the creation and ongoing functioning of Interest Groups   

Required Qualifications

· Experience supervising teams and volunteers. 

· Proven ability to be a highly productive and flexible team player with demonstrated organizational skills. 

· High proficiency in Windows based computer systems; mastery of Microsoft Office software. 

· BA/BS preferred; equivalent professional experience accepted in lieu of degree. 

· Demonstrated ability to coordinate individuals and teams 

· Ability to triage multiple problems and delegate promptly and appropriately. 

· Systems thinker who develops proactive process solutions to issues, not just responds to individual problems as they arise. 

· Excellent written and verbal communication skills · Proficient with computers and technology systems – comfort learning new tools 

· Set schedule with flexibility – able to support programs as needed, including weekends   

Desired (but not required) qualification, skills and experiences 

· Experience working in a grassroots, non-profit organization with under 10 staff 

· Familiarity with Salesforce, Microsoft Office, and Google Suite 

· Experience successfully engaging and managing volunteers in an organizational context   

To Apply 

Applications reviewed on a rolling basis until filled.  

Please send an email with a cover letter, resume, and a list of three references to jobs@ashbyvillage.org

Applications will not be reviewed without a cover letter, which should address the following questions: 


  1. What particularly attracts you to this job, and what strengths do you feel you bring?  

  2. From your past experience, what major issues are contemporary older adults facing? Suggest any ideas about what role Ashby Village might play in addressing them? 

  3. Ashby Village is an organization that is staffed largely by volunteers. What do you see as the key ways to motivate and guide a volunteer or team to get the job done? 

Please do not call us, but do review our website atwww.ashbyvillage.org  

 PLEASE NOTE: Ashby Village is also currently hiring for a 20 hour/week (.5 FTE) Social Support Manager.  If an applicant has the appropriate skills and qualifications for both positions, we will consider combining them into a one 40 hour/week (1 FTE) Exempt position.  


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RECRUITING NOW Urban Forestry and Outreach Specialist for 11-month starting September 7, 2021, through August 6, 2022.


  • Serve the communities of Silicon Valley for a year

  • Full-time commitment: 40 hours per week (7:30 AM – 4:00 PM Tues. - Sat., shifts may vary from 7 AM to 5 PM)

  • 11-month term start date is September 7th, 2021; receive a $20,000 living stipend and $10,000 in education awards (a combination of both the Segal, $6,345, and California For All, $3,655, education awards) upon completion of the term.

ABOUT OUR CITY FOREST: Our City Forest has been the leading urban forestry non-profit in the San José area since 1994. Our mission is to cultivate a green and healthy Silicon Valley by engaging community members in the appreciation, protection, growth, and maintenance of our urban ecosystem, especially our urban forest.  

POSITION SUMMARY for 11-month term

Our City Forest (OCF) Service Team Members are sponsored in part by the National Service organization, AmeriCorps, and are expected to commit to 1700 hours of service. Team Members will have two weeks of all- team training beginning on September 7th. Each Team Member will be assigned to a primary team by the 3rd week but will support other groups when needed throughout the year. The teams are Community Forestry (Planting, Tree Care, Lawn Busters), or Community Nursery. 

 All members will:  


  • be trained on the best practices of maintaining a green and healthy urban forest in Silicon Valley,

  • strive to build capacity in the community and maximize volunteer participation in their individual programs, acting as coaches and coordinators,

  • conduct outreach to residents and businesses to educate on best urban forestry practices and the importance of environmental stewardship,

  • provide friendly, professional customer service,

  • actively seek opportunities for greening projects,

  • organize and implement projects.

JOB DESCRIPTIONS PER TEAM Proportion of field-to-office work varies with program and team assignment. Each team will have anywhere between 5-10 members and different roles will be assigned depending on interests, skills, and the team’s needs as decided by the team manager. 

Nursery Team responsibilities and tasks (75-95% field, 5-25% office; approx. 10 members)  


  • Propagate and cultivate shrubs, grasses, and trees

  • Transplant various sizes of trees, shrubs, and grasses

  • Learn and execute best watering techniques for the nursery plants

  • Learn and execute best pruning and care techniques for young trees and shrubs in containers

  • Remove invasive species and execute best nursery care practices assigned by Nursery Manager

  • Plan weekly workday projects and lead volunteer groups 3 days a week

  • Provide friendly customer service to community visitors during weekly open hours, answering questions about trees and shrubs

  • Maintain tree and shrub inventory system

  • Recruit, train, and correspond with volunteers of all ages and abilities

  • Database volunteer hours and events

  • Assist team with special community events

  • Organize free community workshops throughout the year

Community Forestry Team responsibilities and tasks (50-85% field, 15-50% office; approx. 18 members divided into sub-teams)

Participate in fieldwork necessary for project preparation, and project day execution for the following sub-teams:

Planting: Work outside with team and volunteers at least once a week planting trees in neighborhoods, schools, and parks

Tree Care: Work outside watering and maintaining newly planted trees

Lawn Busters: Work outside with team on lawn conversion projects, which include trenching, sheet mulching, irrigation, and plant installation

Intake: 50% in the office, 50% in the field; predominantly customer service-oriented position; organize planting projects, call and email qualified residents, go on-site visits, work with city permit office, some landscape design for lawn conversion projects


  • Educate residents on best water-wise landscaping and planting practices

  • Correspond and schedule appointments with community members about their planting; plan logistics and enter data for each tree planting project 

  • Assist residents with tree planting and maintenance needs; provide excellent and professional customer service to accommodate their requests

  • Conduct classroom and/or community presentations and/or represent Our City Forest at various events

  • Conduct grassroots community outreach and organizing such as neighborhood door-knocking and calling schools and churches to advertise services

  • Recruit, train, and correspond with volunteers of all ages and abilities

  • Database volunteer hours and events

Communications & Outreach Team responsibilities and tasks (15-25% field, 75-85% office; approx. 2 members)


  • Oversee volunteer program and support each team’s volunteer coordinator

  • Create and maintain relationships with dedicated volunteers called Tree Amigos

  • Recruit new Tree Amigos and work with Volunteer Program Manager to prepare educational training courses throughout the year.

  • Sign up, manage tracker, and attend community outreach events; represent Our City Forest at various community outreach events and educate the public on OCF’s mission

  • Oversee outreach materials stocks and needs

  • Design flyers and brochures depending on program needs

  • Assist with the management of the Our City Forest website

  • Strategize and execute outreach techniques for promoting events, recruiting volunteers, and increasing community interest in our programs/services (i.e. through flyering, social media, newsletters, and/or community meetings)

  • Complete office tasks such as phone and email correspondence with volunteers and community partners, scheduling appointments or events, and planning logistics

  • Conduct classroom and community presentations, educating on urban forestry and services Our City Forest provides

  • Plan, implement and assist teams in various projects depending on each program’s needs

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS  


  • U.S. Citizen or legal resident, with a high school diploma or equivalent, minimum age: 18

  • Interest in affecting change through community organizing

  • Ability to work well with diverse groups of people

  • Must be available to work full time, 7:30am - 4pm, Tuesday - Saturday (shifts may start earlier, depending on team’s needs)

  • Must be able to commit through end of service term

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS


  • Strong written & oral communication skills

  • College degree is highly desirable

  • Vietnamese and Spanish speakers interested in reaching out to the communities of San José

  • Local, Bay Area residents are preferred but all are welcome to apply (Note: we do not provide housing)

  • Valid driver’s license. Proficient in driving manual transmission and towing small trailers

  • Current Commercial driver’s license (to drive Tree Mobile for community events)

  • Familiar with ornamental and native tree and shrub species identification

  • Knowledge or experience working with irrigation

  • Experience with landscape design and/or landscaping

  • FileMaker Pro, Microsoft Office Suite, Adobe CS, Sketch Up software knowledge

  • Graphic design, app development, programming, or website maintenance experience

Our City Forest 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, Our City Forest 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, college, and training.

AmeriCorps members at Our City Forest have a right to reasonable accommodations for any disability. If a member has a mental or physical disability or medical condition and needs accommodation made at his/her service site in order to perform the assigned responsibilities, the member should let the Host Agency AmeriCorps Program Manager know.


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Program Coordinator

Reports to: Executive Director 

FLSA Status: Non-Exempt  

The Jack London Improvement District is a community-based, creative, nimble, and publicly accountable non-profit organization. 

Our mission is to create, promote and maintain an inviting environment for people who visit, live or work in the Jack London District, and build an inclusive and resilient commercial community that values the diverse history, economies, culture and people of this place. Through programs focused on beautification, safety and promotion, we foster economic vitality and quality-of-life in Oakland’s unique, historic urban waterfront community.  

Position Summary  The Program Coordinator’s responsibility is to support the operation of the non-profit Jack London Improvement District (the District). He/She reports directly to the Executive Director and performs a supporting role in all aspects of the operations of the district in creating, promoting, and maintaining an inviting environment for people who visit, live and work in Jack London through creative marketing, projects, partnerships, and programs. 

The Program Coordinator is responsible for the day-to-day operational and administrative support of the District in addition to coordinating marketing, streetscape improvement/placemaking projects. The primary responsibilities of the Program Coordinator will be as follows:  

Administrative Duties

Financial Management Support in compliance with the regulations unique to the District’s 501(c)(3) non-profit status, Disbursement Agreement with the City of Oakland, and the Jack London Improvement District Public Trust Agreement including:   


  • Data entry and basic accounting 

  • Coordination of tax filings and year-end schedules.  

Preparation for meetings and maintenance of records in compliance with the Ralph M. Brown Act and Oakland Sunshine Ordinance including:   


  • Compilation of agendas and presentation materials 

  • Stakeholder communications

  • Accurate transcription and posting of minutes

General Responsibilities  


  • Management of contact information database of Jack London stakeholders including businesses, property owners, elected officials, and others as needed  

  • Office management including the organization of files and information; responding to correspondence; managing utilities and other building services

Project Management Support  


  • Project management support with attention to timeline and budgets

  • Marketing and communications support, including social media updates, direct outreach, webpage content maintenance, and preparation of mailings

  • Other duties as assigned

Position Qualifications  


  • Passion for urban community development

  • Excellent verbal and written skills 

  • Ability to work independently and prioritize in a fast-paced environment 

  • Prior administrative and general office experience a plus

  • Experience with Gmail, QuickBooks Online, Dropbox, and Microsoft Office 

  • Ability to lift and carry up to 20 pounds

 Jack London Improvement District • 333 Broadway Oakland CA 94607 • 510.267.0858     


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The AD, Programs will oversee the success of our largest and longest-running program, Up to Us. Entering its tenth year, Up to Us strives to inspire an advocacy-charged generation to be more fiscally minded. We do this by creating opportunities for young people to think critically about economic and fiscal topics to connect them to their values and to building a sustainable economic future. To do this, the AD of Programs will oversee both external programmatic elements (managing key relationships, ensuring messaging is compelling and deeply nonpartisan, developing clear user experiences) and internal functions (ensuring that staff is effective, aligned, and well-resourced to support programmatic goals).  

 

The AD, Programs will provide high-level oversight of the execution of all aspects of the program, including marketing, brand, programmatic activities, and systems. The AD will oversee our staff in running existing activities, and will focus considerable attention on the smart and efficient deployment of new activities as they launch. In particular, this person will ensure that the program’s engagement funnel initiatives and activities successfully attracts and retains audiences to meet the objectives of the program. Across all activities, the AD will also manage the connective tissue to ensure that all efforts are coordinated and that each activity drives the program’s overall efforts forward. The AD will also lead client communications and the annual grant renewal process. 

 

This role is ideal for a rising leader who is excited to make their mark by overseeing the execution of a large, complex, well-resourced program that is poised for growth and evolution. The AD, Programs will be comfortable collaborating on strategy and also leading key external relationships. Over time, the AD, Programs will grow to directly and indirectly supervise multiple staff across functions. 

 

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.

 

Net Impact values a diverse workplace and strongly encourages people of color, LGBTQ+ individuals, people with disabilities, members of ethnic minorities, and individuals of all socioeconomic backgrounds to apply for the position.

 

Key Responsibilities:

Team leadership:

● Participate in and lead the Up to Us Leadership Team to ensure it reaches its goal of fostering an engaged and informed project team 

● Use tools, systems, and strong people management skills to serve as the overall project manager of the grant 

● Support team members to ensure staff are engaged and using their full talents to drive the program’s success. This includes supporting people managers in creating role clarity, hiring new roles, trainings, and general resource management

● Serve as part of Net Impact’s leadership and contribute to org strategy, goal-setting, and culture

 

Project management:

● Develop a project plan that encompasses all programmatic activities, and use this plan to steer the team towards reaching Up to Us’s goals

● Provide general oversight of all workstreams to ensure that team members are managing their responsibilities with efficiency

● Develop and guide new initiatives during launch and initial implementation

● Ensure deep coordination and connection across workstreams to ensure that each team’s work supports the other grant activities 

 

Cultivate strong external relationships: 

● Lead relationship with Up to Us’s funder, through regular meetings, the annual planning and grant renewal process, and bringing a solutions-oriented mindset to respond to unexpected issues that arise

● Occasionally support and foster development of new relationships with key stakeholders from campus organizations, NGOs, think tanks, and more

● Be Market Sensing. Develop a pulse on relevant industries, issues and trends. Leverage this knowledge to position Up to Us well for new opportunities 

 

Strategy and innovation:

● Ensure the team is exploring innovative approaches, including use of new tools/systems, programmatic formats, partners, and internal management approaches 

● Co-lead the team in setting the annual strategy and related approaches. Lead the team in the execution of strategy and new approaches

 

 

You may be a good fit for the role if you:

● Enjoy bringing clarity and organization to complexity and, occasionally, ambiguity

● A methodical, organized, systems-inclined project manager who can keep apace with multiple simultaneous workstreams 

● A natural connector who enjoys thinking across activities and people to find opportunities to de-silo and coordinate

● Are a critical thinker who asks yourself questions like ‘how can we make our work simpler and more efficient?’ or ‘how can we leverage this tool, opportunity, partner organization, or theme across more things that we do?’ 

 

Overall Qualifications / Requirements:

● 8-10 years of experience managing projects or programs with demonstrated success. Experience managing programmatic formats that are complex and/or have varied formats (digital campaigns, communities, leadership development programs, partnerships) is a major plus. A background in policy, civic advocacy, or fiscal or economic topics is ideal 

● Excellent verbal and written communication skills

● Experience leading internal teams comprised of direct and/or indirect reports 

● Excellent partnership skills

● Demonstrated ability in change management

● Experience using systems to lead projects or initiatives in an organized, detail-oriented fashion

● Experience supporting and/or participating in internal leadership work such as goal-setting, culture-building, and cross-team collaboration

 

To Apply:

Please send the following application materials directly to careers@netimpact.org. Applications without all materials or submitted via other channels will not be considered. Please write your name and the title for this position (“Your name – Associate Director, Programs”) 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

 

Hours: Full-time

 

Location: Currently remote due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Our office will remain closed or partially opened for staff upon request until it is safe to resume regular operations, at which point, it is preferred that the AD, Programs will be able to be present in our Oakland, CA, USA offices . Net Impact continually assesses COVID risk, market convention related to work locale policies.

 

Compensation: The salary range for this position is $85,000 to $95,000 annually, depending on experience. Competitive benefits package available, including medical, vision and dental insurance, flexible vacation and more.

 

About Net Impact

Net Impact is not your traditional non-profit. In our nearly 30 year history, we have evolved from a grassroots network of business students who wanted to use their professional skills to build a better world into a complex, diverse network of young leaders all over the world. Our 160,000 person community is organized through 435 locally-run chapters. At Net Impact Central, we equip them with the skills, knowledge, connections, and platform to launch careers that will make our world more just and sustainable. Our constantly-evolving programming and support ensures that the Net Impact community is at the cutting edge of business and social impact. We are looking for an entrepreneurial, nimble business development professional who can convey all of the complexity of our network and our accomplishments to external funding partners who will fuel the next stage of our evolution and growth.

 

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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 Are you a skilled Coordinator who believes in lending your skills to end hunger? If so, consider being the Program Coordinator for the San Francisco Marin Food Bank.The SF Marin Food Bank is comprised of a dedicated team of approximately 150 staff working collaboratively to provide close to 50 million pounds of food to over 210,000 people in the Bay Area – a region where 1 in 4 people are at risk of hunger. We are currently looking for a Program Coordinator to help with sustaining a program, that delivers against the organizations mission to end hunger. See the job description below and apply today if you would like to join us in our mission to end hunger.POSITION PURPOSEJoin a collaborative team of motivated individuals designing and supporting food programs throughout San Francisco and Marin counties. We work with human service and faith-based organizations to bridge the gap between millions of dollars of donated foods and thousands of families and individuals struggling to make ends meet in two of the counties with the highest costs of living in the world. This position is a full-time, non-exempt position. Candidates should have experience working with community-based organizations and low-income communities in either San Francisco or Marin. Bilingual Cantonese and/or Spanish required. Position requires ability and willingness to work a flexible schedule, including periodic evening and weekend hours.ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND BASIC DUTIESNeighborhood Oversight


  • Provide support to member agencies in assigned neighborhoods to improve/expand/sustain food distribution programs and optimize utilization of Food Bank services

  • Perform outreach in neighborhoods to identify, recruit and train community-based organizations to establish food programs

  • Inform, monitor and follow up with partner agencies to ensure compliance with Food Bank policies

  • Conduct periodic trainings with partner agencies and their staff, both paid and volunteer

  • Promote the well-being of individuals seeking food assistance and adherence to confidentiality guidelines

  • Respect for the inherent dignity and worth of individuals seeking assistance while treating each person in a caring and respectful manner

Program Coordination


  • Administer Food Bank program policies, procedures, information collection, reporting and evaluations

  • Communicate program information with agency representatives and Food Bank staff

  • Coordinate program logistics

Contract/Grant Support


  • Assist with proposals, implementation and reporting for government contracts and private grants

Other duties as assigned.QUALIFICATIONSEducation:


  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent education and experience in social service experience required:   

  • Candidates should have experience working with community-based organizations and low-income communities in either San Francisco or Marin

skills/abilities:


  • Bilingual Cantonese and/or Spanish required

  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite and experience working with databases and data on multiple programs

  • Ability to work and interact well with individuals (staff, volunteers and participants) from a variety of socioeconomic backgrounds in a culturally diverse environment

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including comfort presenting in front of large groups

  • Experience and skill in conflict resolution, de-escalation techniques and having difficult conversations

  • Ability to maintain confidentiality, demonstrate professional ethics and diplomacy at all times

  • Interest in hunger or food issues

  • Excellent interpersonal, customer service and problem-solving skills

  • Excellent time management skills

  • Excellent team player who also works well independently and has a positive attitude about the department and the organization

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS:


  • Valid driver’s license

PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORK ENVIRONMENT:(The physical and environmental demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.)ENVIRONMENT:                                     Standard officeFINGER DEXTERITY:                             Requires typing on standard computer.TALKING:                                                Ability to speak on phone and face to face.HEARING:                                               Able to hear average or normal conversations and receive ordinary information. REPETITIVE MOTIONS:                         Frequent and regular movements using the wrists, hands, and fingers.AVERAGE VISUAL ABILITIES:             Average, ordinary, visual acuity necessary to view computer screens and documents.PHYSICAL STRENGTH:                        NOT APPLICABLE. COMMUNICATION AND COGNITIVE REQUIREMENTSREASONING ABILITY:                         Ability to apply principles of logical or scientific thinking to a wide    range of intellectual and practical problems.  Ability to interpret instructions.MATHEMATICS ABILITY:                       Ability to perform basic math skills, use decimals to compute ratios and percentages, and to draw and interpret graphs.LANGUAGE ABILITY:                             Bilingual Cantonese and/or Spanish preferred . Demonstrated excellence in writing and editing.SALARY:                                                  Competitive pay based on qualifications and experienceBENEFITS:                                              Medical, dental, life, long-term disability, and 403(b) retirement plan with employer base and matching contribution. Generous holidays, vacation, and sick time.The San Francisco-Marin Food Bank is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.Position covered by OPEIU Local 29 Bargaining Unit 


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Net Impact is looking for a leader who brings a passion for empowering next generation leaders to address the urgent problems that face us: climate change, racial inequity, and business practices that are unsustainable for people and planet. The Associate Director of Growth generates business value by building and deepening relationships with partners (public and private companies, foundations) across sectors and topical areas. The AD of Growth should be keenly curious about where the future of the ESG ecosystem is headed and ensure that Net Impact is leading the way there by developing offerings that offer transformational value to our next generation network and our funding partners. 

You’ll steward new and existing relationships to identify mutually desirable opportunities that advance our shared SDG and ESG goals. You will lead implementation of Net Impact’s revenue development strategy and will work with senior leadership to evolve that strategy over time. You will collaborate to ensure that our funded opportunities are compelling, market-sensing, and appropriately priced. 

This role is ideal for a rising leader who is comfortable collaborating on strategy and also being a relationship lead and making the ask when the time is right. The AD of Growth will provide organization and direction for the Development Team, and will supervise 1-2 direct reports. 

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.

Net Impact values a diverse workplace and strongly encourages people of color, LGBTQ+ individuals, people with disabilities, members of ethnic minorities, and individuals of all socioeconomic backgrounds to apply for the position.

 

Key Responsibilities:

Lead development team: 

● Lead all development team activities to facilitate the org to meet or exceed annual business development goals, including but not limited to proposal development, grant and program renewal management, and pitch deck/concept strategy document creation

● Serve as part of Net Impact’s Senior Leadership Team and contribute to org’s strategy, goal-setting, and culture

● Oversee communications, processes and execution for business development efforts. This includes creating pitch materials, sourcing leads, cultivating relationships, closing, and contract/scope of work development

● Drive Net Impact’s business development revenue generation strategy with the support of, and consultation with Net Impact leadership

● Lead productizing and pricing Net Impact’s offerings

● Provide timely and accurate business development status update to board and senior leadership team by establishing best practices and in-house protocols on management and tracking of pipeline opportunities in an organized, systematic, detail-oriented manner

 

Cultivate strong external relationships: 

● Lead relationship development with new partners, assist in the maintenance of existing partners and prospects

● Draw out and/or cultivate partners’ business needs and mutually desirable funded opportunities for Net Impact to address

● Be Market Sensing. Develop a pulse on relevant industries, issues and trends. Leverage this knowledge to position NI well for revenue generation and growth

● Represent Net Impact externally at key events

 

Strong internal collaborator: 

● Collaborate closely with marketing, systems, operations, programs, and non-profit finance/accounting to ensure Net Impact’s offering delivers on mission and strengthens our organization

● Use work plans, team meetings, and communication skills effectively to keep project and deal teams focused on efforts that drive high-quality and efficient results

● Draw insights from colleagues and use them to inform our business development efforts and positioning

 

You may be a good fit for the role if you:

● Enjoy bringing clarity and organization to complexity and ambiguity. Net Impact’s products and services must evolve to meet the interests of our next-gen audience and to address the most pressing issue areas. You enjoy bringing to life our core competencies, amplifying our network, and working with partners to create strategic initiatives. You are excited, not daunted, when a colleague asks you how we might launch a new, paid membership strategy or think through tiered pricing and benefits for a big, new multi-stakeholder funding campaign. You have proven experience selling complex offerings to business partners, ideally with a social impact focus.

● Cultivate relationships that drive business value and deliver on mission. You are not your typical non-profit fundraiser. You are able to listen to a potential partner, ask probing questions, and draw out the outcomes that matter to them. You are an advocate for our work and network and are excited to collaborate with colleagues to translate those outcomes to opportunities that Net Impact can deliver on with excellence. 

● Are organized and goal-oriented. You are driving to accomplish departmental and organizational goals, which means working in a methodical, organized way. You’re comfortable relying on systems and tools to keep everyone coordinated and to manage the many details inherent in this work. You always ‘know your numbers’ and on a given day, you have a keen sense of the highest-priority relationships to stoke to make progress towards your revenue goal. 

● Bring a strategic growth mindset. You consistently ask yourself and your colleagues questions like: is this approach meeting the moment and resonating with people? If not, can we tweak the approach, or are we better off taking a new course entirely? What changes might we make to unlock new revenue-generating possibilities? Not only do you ask the questions, you tap into your market-sensing strategic approach and are energized to help the organization translate big ideas into action. 

 

Overall Qualifications / Requirements:

● 8-10 years of experience managing external relationships that generate revenue in any sector with demonstrated success. Experience in the social impact field or with complex product offerings is a plus 

● Excellent verbal and written communication skills; capable of producing excellent written documents and pitch decks with a fast turnaround

● Experience leading internal teams comprised of direct and/or indirect reports 

● Excellent partnership skills

● Demonstrated ability in change management

● Experience using systems to lead projects or initiatives in an organized, detail-oriented fashion

● Experience supporting and/or participating in internal leadership work such as goal-setting, culture-building, and cross-team collaboration

 

To Apply:

Please send the following application materials directly to careers@netimpact.org. Applications without all materials or submitted via other channels will not be considered. Please write your name and the title for this position (“Your name – Associate Director, Growth”) 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

 

Hours: Full-time

 

Location: Currently remote due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Our office will remain closed or partially opened for staff upon request until it is safe to resume regular operations, at which point, it is preferred that the AD, Growth will be able to be present in our Oakland, CA, USA offices . Net Impact continually assesses COVID risk, market convention related to work locale policies.

 

Compensation: The salary range for this position is $85,000 to $95,000 annually, depending on experience. Competitive benefits package available, including medical, vision and dental insurance, flexible vacation and more.

 

About Net Impact

Net Impact is not your traditional non-profit. In our nearly 30 year history, we have evolved from a grassroots network of business students who wanted to use their professional skills to build a better world into a complex, diverse network of young leaders all over the world. Our 160,000 person community is organized through 435 locally-run chapters. At Net Impact Central, we equip them with the skills, knowledge, connections, and platform to launch careers that will make our world more just and sustainable. Our constantly-evolving programming and support ensures that the Net Impact community is at the cutting edge of business and social impact. We are looking for an entrepreneurial, nimble business development professional who can convey all of the complexity of our network and our accomplishments to external funding partners who will fuel the next stage of our evolution and growth. 

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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Maryland Department of Housing and Community DevelopmentCommunity Development AdministrationRecruitment #21-002247-0026Deadline: 04/13/2021Salary Range: $21.57-$27.87Location: Lanham, MarylandDHCD is looking for a Contract Management Officer to ensure compliance with HUD’s project-based section 8 program. Responsibilities include providing exemplary customer service to internal and external stakeholders, ensuring requirements of all affordable housing programs and related compliance are met and maintained completely and accurately, As an Asset Manager/Performance-Based Task Officer, this position is responsible for reconciling payments, processing contract renewals, rent increases and maintain up-to-date knowledge on federal regulations governing the program as outlined in HUD handbook 4350.3. Enforce compliance requirements by conducting on-site and desk audits, and assist in other duties as assigned. Candidates must have a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university. Candidates must also have three years of administrative or professional experience. Must provide college transcripts. For more information and to apply online, please visit:https://www.Jobapscloud.Com/MD/sup/bulpreview.Asp?R1=21& R2=002247&R3=0026 EOErecblid 8e6lawbf8mqx7fk7hsjd7zujsr7obl


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Maryland Department of Housing and Community DevelopmentRecruitment # 21-001206-0002Deadline:04/14/2021Salary Range:$24.44 to $31.72/hourLocation:Lanham, MarylandThe division of Neighborhood Revitalization of DHCD is seeking an enthusiastic individual to serve as a .This will be responsible foradministering grants, loans and other services provided to local governments and nonprofit organizations located in designated areas. The incumbent ensures compliance with federal, State and Departmental standards, and regulatory and statutory requirements.This position may also provide technical assistance, review applications for awards, approve disbursement and tax credit certification requests against project terms and funding guidelines and assist with the preparation of grant and loan documents.Candidatesmust have abachelor’s degreefrom an accredited college or universityand four years of administrative or professional experience to include one year of financing experience or providing technical assistance for development or rehabilitation of multifamily or single family housing; neighborhood revitalization and business development; community infrastructure development; or historic preservation programs.Those applicants who are not using U.S. Armed Forces military service to qualify must also have one year of experience with nonprofit organizations, foundations, or government program administration..Must provide college transcripts.For more information and to apply online, pleasevisit:https://www.Jobapscloud.Com/MD/sup/bulpreview.Asp?R1=21& R2=001206&R3=0002EOE.recblid zkxyu3pvagrjwham5wu5vkvxdx60mf


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About Devpost


Software developers use Devpost to discover and participate in the world’s software competitions (hackathons), and for finding inspiration to build their next project. Paying customers who trust us to reach these developers include Amazon, Google, TechCrunch, Microsoft, Atlassian, Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, DocuSign, and many others big and small.




Responsibilities


The Marketing and Community Director role involves inspiring, growing, and nurturing our community of software developers. You'll create and execute partnership programs with third-party developer communities, publish community-focused virtual hackathons, build community ambassadorships, highlight developers and their projects to the public and media/blogosphere, and whatever else you think will best achieve our goals. You'll work closely with every employee at the company and learn a lot.




You



  • Have 3+ years community marketing experience, including marketing directly to software developers

  • Are passionate about software development and developers

  • Are organized, reliable, creative, and a great communicator

  • Excel in a fast-paced environment where you're given freedom, resources, and clear goals




How We Operate


Our employees are empowered to take ownership of their initiatives, and to make decisions in line with our metrics and mission. That mission -- to inspire developers to build -- is firmly rooted in the belief that technology can bring about important change and improve lives.


We're small (~15 employees), growing, profitable, and the leaders in our space. Our office is in NYC but remote is welcome and we have several remote employees. We have a great culture with superb individuals who stay here an average of 6 years; the two biggest reasons employees say they stay are "the people" and "the impact."




Hours and compensation



  • This is a full-time position

  • We believe in work/life balance, and family/health always come first. Making an impact at work is a close second.

  • Salary is commensurate with experience and the market

  • Stock options

  • Great benefits


If this sounds like a great fit for you, please submit your resume and a cover letter outlining why you'd be a great candidate.



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Employment Type: Full Time


FLSA Status: Non-Exempt


Compensation: Min. $30.11/hour - Max. $38.55/hour


Application Deadline: Open Until Filled



MISSION STATEMENT:


Join Kings Community Action Organization (KCAO) and make a difference in Kings County, CA as a Community Development Manager. KCAO envisions a future where all people in Kings County are able to live with dignity, have access to available resources and have the opportunity, motivation and ability to live economically productive and satisfying lives.


Our Mission: Working as a team, KCAO will seek and provide programs that develop self-sufficiency in individuals, families, and communities within Kings County.


Our Vision: Kings County residents and communities will achieve self-sufficiency through the high quality and client-focused programs of KCAO.


We are a private nonprofit helping people and changing lives in Kings County since 1965. Do you see yourself as part of our team of passionate, committed, and caring people?



JOB SUMMARY:


Responsible for implementing and managing development, outreach, advocacy, and public relations activities that align with the agency's strategic plan and other planning documents. The Community Development Manager will be instrumental in assisting the agency to secure additional resources, build community awareness, communicate the needs of low-income individuals and families, and further the agency's standing in the community. This position is also responsible for completing the biennial Community Action Plan, coordinating public recognition events and activities for donors, and managing the agency's social media platforms and website.



DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:



  • Complete the biennial Community Action Plan and inform community stakeholders of the results.

  • Write and submit press releases.

  • Manage all KCAO social media platforms; including the posting of messages, responding to messages from the community, and coordinating an agency-wide strategy for programs to utilize social media.

  • Coordinate check presentations and public acknowledgement of donations and grants.

  • Manage a donor database that contains donor contact information, donor preferences, level of donation support, and communication efforts made towards the donor.

  • Manage mailing campaigns to solicit donations.

  • Develop, publish, and distribute the KCAO Annual Report.

  • Develop and maintain fact sheets about KCAO and Kings County to share with community stakeholders.

  • Maintain agency-wide branding of KCAO image.

  • Manage the Volunteer Coordinator and ensure volunteer activities comply with agency and funding requirements.

  • Maintain the KCAO English and Spanish websites with current and relevant information and images.

  • Support the implementation of the goals and strategies outlined in the KCAO Outreach Plan. Work with the Executive Director to update the KCAO Outreach Plan and track outcomes.

  • Conduct community presentations about KCAO.

  • Research and write grant applications to foundations and corporations. Support the efforts of KCAO departments when submitting grant applications to government agencies.

  • Prepare advocacy briefings for the Executive Director to help communicate with stakeholders about the socioeconomic conditions of Kings County.

  • Manage advocacy campaigns to inform stakeholders about the socioeconomic conditions of Kings County.

  • Assist Executive Director as required/requested.

  • Participate in staff meetings and attend other meetings and seminars as directed.

  • Perform all other duties as assigned.



EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:



  • Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration, Organization Development, Human Development, Public Administration, Marketing, Communication, or related field from an accredited institution of higher education.

  • One year work experience in community development, public relations, or outreach and marketing.



OTHER REQUIREMENTS:

  • Travel and attend out of area meetings and conferences as required per the funding source(s).

  • Work variable hours and days, including those outside regular Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. business hours.

  • Meet and maintain KCAO hiring requirements which include:

    • Criminal Record Clearance including California DOJ, FBI and Child Abuse Centralized Index (CACI).

    • Reliable, insured transportation and valid California Driver License.

    • Motor Vehicle Report (MVR) acceptable to KCAO's vehicle insurer.

    • Health examination with tuberculin clearance.



  • Ability to be contacted outside of regularly scheduled work hours in case of emergency.



KCAO is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a Drug Free Workplace


KCAO participates in the E-Verify program that electronically confirms an employee's authorization to work in the United States that complies with the I-9 form.




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We are obsessed with establishing long term, reliable relationships with our communities. Our mission is to deliver honest, transparent, and high-integrity promotional experiences to local communities that they not only want but deserve. Our company is searching for a fun and friendly Community Relations Agent to develop long-lasting relationships and communicate directly with community leaders.


We empower our Community Relations Agent to deliver a world-class and unique experience based on each community's needs. The best Community Relations Agent are genuinely eager to interact with community leaders and provide information on the clients and programs we represent. If you're reliable, empathetic, ambitious, and love to talk, this role is made for you!


We Need A Community Relations Agent​ Who Can:



  • Interact with consumers in a targeted community to promote new client campaigns and programs and determine the most efficient solutions to meet their needs

  • Assist with market research and community outreach in potential site communities

  • Communicate with consumers promptly regarding issues, concerns, estimates, pricing, order confirmations, or questions

  • Process purchase orders and maintain accurate consumer data

  • Collaborate and coordinate with colleagues in the customer service and outreach department to support community needs and reach outreach and acquisition trajectories

  • Attend company meetings for product knowledge, updates on new promotions, training, development, and networking (virtual)


Requirements & Skill Sets of a Community Relations Agent​:



  • Open to applicants with no college degree

  • Experience in customer service, retail sales, food service, sales, or related fields is a PLUS!

  • Ability to learn and apply general knowledge of the company, products, and services

  • Perceptive and disciplined demeanor

  • An infectious positive demeanor

  • Proven track record of over-achieving sales goals

  • Passion for delivering exceptional service


If you are seeking full time employment opportunities and have the following experience you are encouraged to apply today: Customer support, customer service, customer relations, customer service manager, customer success, direct customer service, customer service associate, customer service representative, customer retention, customer agent, community outreach, community engagement, community marketing, community management, or community coordinator



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Job SummaryThe Community Organizer assists the Community Organizing Team in achieving objectives related to civic engagement efforts and provides housing counseling to tenants through community education and outreach. The position organizes and empowers tenants on housing advocacy and tenant rights issues by providing education and technical assistance to the Community Tenants Association (CTA).


Status: Full-time, Nonexempt  


Location: Chinatown neighborhood, San Francisco  


Hours: Monday through Friday, flexible work hours needed, and some weekend and evenings  


Salary: DOE; Comprehensive benefits


The Organization: A private non-profit founded in 1977, Chinatown Community Development Center believes in a comprehensive vision of community. We own and/or manage approximately 30 affordable housing buildings serving over 3,800 low-income seniors, single adults, formerly homeless adults, and families of diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds in San Francisco’s Chinatown, Tenderloin, Western Addition, and Polk Gulch neighborhoods. We also build housing, develop grassroots leadership, and engage low-income residents and youth. Our employees are passionate about the mission; thrive in a family organizational culture; and embody values of empowerment, teamwork, and compassion. Chinatown CDC serves a diverse population and is committed to hiring practices that provide culturally competent services. We encourage people of color to apply.


General Job Responsibilities: 


Support civic engagement efforts



  • Assist the Community Organizing team in achieving strategic objectives for civic engagement efforts and promote civic engagement dialogues in the low-income community  

  • Develop and maintain positive working relationships with tenant groups and community agencies and work collaboratively to maximize civic engagement and voter turnout


Provide housing counseling and tenant rights education alongside the Housing Counseling team   



  • Coordinate work with Department of Building Inspection (DBI) code enforcement staff to maintain good condition of buildings  

  • Perform intake on and provide housing counseling to low-income tenants (primarily monolingual Chinese-speaking) by assessing housing problems, answering questions, providing information and education, offering support or translation services, and making referrals  

  • Maintain and keep current a system of tracking and reporting housing counseling casework and conduct follow-up work on individual cases 

  • Collect and disseminate subsidized housing information and opportunities (including translation of relevant information) to tenants 

  • Educate tenants on their rights through housing counseling and workshops


Work with the Housing Counseling team on tenant organizing and empowerment:


  • Conduct meetings, workshops, and provide community education and outreach materials (including translation of relevant materials) to tenant groups, community members, and city agencies on housing issues such as rent laws, tenant rights, proper eviction proceedings, current housing legislation, state initiatives, etc.

Provide technical assistance to CTA



  • Provide staffing support and translation services to CTA in areas including but not limited to: organizing and empowering tenants on tenant rights and community advocacy; educating tenants on community issues; and coordinating meetings, events, and activities  

  • Develop leadership alongside CTA by providing training in organizing, public speaking, and other leadership development skills  

  • Work with program staff to coordinate CTA input and support on other community related issues such as land use, transportation, public improvement, community facilities, etc.


Knowledge, Skills, and Experience:   



  • Strong public speaking and interpersonal skills, with the ability to conduct workshops and meetings in English and Cantonese  

  • Familiarity with and sensitivity to low-income immigrant neighborhoods and issues relevant to the community  

  • Ability to speak fluently in Cantonese  

  • Creative and comprehensive problem solving skills  

  • Ability to be flexible and perform variety of activities  

  • Good listening skills and ability to exercise patience  

  • Ability to work independently as well as in team structure  

  • Commitment to comprehensive vision of community development and improving the life for low-income people  

  • Capacity to work evening and weekends   


Minimum Qualifications:   



  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience in social service, sociology, psychology, or related field  

  • Bilingual and bi-literate in Chinese and English   

  • Ability to use Microsoft Word and Excel   


Preferred Qualifications:   



  • Experience or familiarity with the Chinatown neighborhood  

  • Ability to use Chinese software program  

  • Two (2) years of experience in a non-profit agency serving low-income clients


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St Clair Construction is hiring an experienced Senior Construction Superintendent to help us build new multi-family projects located in Detroit Michigan. If you are dedicated and ambitious, St Clair Construction is an excellent place to grow your career.


Responsibilities



  • Lead and manage the on-site construction team, coordinating and overseeing all work on-site, leading weekly progress meetings

  • Coordinate scheduling of subcontractors, consultants, inspectors and vendors to complete project on time

  • Monitor work and materials to ensure quality control standards are met at various stages of the project

  • Communicate with the project team and support each subcontractor to execute his job duties effectively and efficiently

  • Perform inspections or schedule inspectors to meet the varying compliance regulations

  • Maintain a written daily log of visitors, job actions performed, materials expended, manpower present and problems resolved (RFIs, field reports, field orders etc.)

  • Identify and resolve problems and conflicts, organizing meetings and cooperating with team members in various roles as necessary

  • Monitoring the job site so it is organized, clean and safe, free of hazards


Qualifications



  • 10+ years as a superintendent, 5 years leading multi-family projects

  • Basic knowledge of software programs, Procore, Outlook, MS projects, excel

  • Good reading comprehension for technical documents, such as plans and specification, safety regulations, assembly and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals

  • The ability to interpret and build according to drawings, specifications and other documents

  • Excellent communication, organization and interpersonal skills


Job Type: Full-time


Pay: $90,000.00 - $140,000.00 per year


Company Description

In 1980, Gerald A. Krueger founded Detroit-based American Community Developers, Inc. ACD has been primarily involved in the acquisition and rehabilitation of existing affordable housing developments in several states, and is recognized nationally as a leader in the affordable housing industry. ACD's team of highly-experienced real estate professionals with backgrounds in various disciplines assure the company's success and continued growth in an ever-changing development landscape. The ACD portfolio currently includes 100+ properties and 12,776 units in 11 states. Most properties have HUD Project Based Section 8 subsidy contracts. ACD is also the parent organization to St. Clair Construction Company, a general contractor that specializes in apartment rehabilitation.


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Join our team:


If you enjoy speaking with people from all over the country and can turn a regular conversation into revenue through sharing a story, ONEHOPE might have the perfect job for you. As a Community Development Representative, you will help convert leads into members for the direct sales division. You will be providing an unprecedented level of service and sales expertise via phone and email, and expected to schedule up to 15 meetings per day. A CDR must be passionate about what our company has to offer and truly believe in the vision we sell. This excitement must come through on every call to guarantee that prospective customers enjoy speaking to you and want to learn more about our company and brand. As a CDR, you can enjoy your day in the comfort of your home office while making connections all over the country.


About ONEHOPE:


ONEHOPE is a Napa Valley Winery built on hope and rooted in purpose. Through our technology, we enable a purpose-driven community of 5,000+ "Cause Entrepreneurs" to join us on our mission to share wine and give hope through wine tasting experiences nationwide (most are virtual currently). The Cause Entrepreneur opportunity is at the perfect intersection of “gig economy” and “work from home” and is well suited for the current unique environment we live in. As a Cause Entrepreneur, we give anyone the necessary tools to build a cause-centric business on their own terms.


To date, we’ve donated over $6M to partner non-profits and through wine sponsorships and thousands of events held we’ve helped nonprofit organizations raise tens of millions more for other meaningful causes. Our award-winning wines are produced by winemaker Mari Wells Coyle in collaboration with other great winemakers including Rob Mondavi Jr. Our Estate vineyard and winery is in the heart of Napa Valley. Since launching in 2007, ONEHOPE has grown from a public storage unit to one of the top 250 wineries of 10,000+ in the US. We aim to be the largest direct to consumer wine brand in the nation by 2022.


ONEHOPE is diverse in gender and thought; over 60% of the employees are women and over 35% associate with a minority race. Over 99% of Cause Entrepreneurs are women and over 50% are moms.


ONEHOPE is backed by some of the best investors and business builders in the world, including our Co-chairman Joe Lonsdale (co-founder of Palantir and 8VC), Co-chairman Erik Anderson (Chairman of Top Golf and Founder of West River Group), Board Member Jennifer Justice (The Justice Department), Sr. Advisors Richelle Parham (CMO of eBay) and Scott Maw (CFO of Starbucks), Wes Chan (Google Analytics and Voice Founder and Felicis Ventures), Mike Repole (Founder of Vitamin Water and Body Armor) and Ken Howery (co-founder of PayPal and Founders Fund), and other fun athletes and musicians including John Elway, Aaron Rodgers, Larry Fitzgerald, Nas, Charles Kelley (Lady Antebellum), Leann Rimes and Darius Rucker amongst many others.


What You’ll Be Doing:



  • You will become a leading expert on ONEHOPE and the opportunity.

  • Embody and develop the ONEHOPE brand and voice through lead communications.

  • Be the first touchpoint & introduction to ONEHOPE with Cause Entrepreneur leads.

  • Conduct exploratory conversations while using business acumen.

  • Consult, educate, and encourage inbound leads to join ONEHOPE as a Cause Entrepreneur so they can share ONEHOPE's award-winning wines with friends and family, hold online tastings, and earn an income while giving back to meaningful causes.

  • Adhere to proven sales processes.

  • Update the database with new information every time a customer connection is made.

  • Follow organization standards to maintain high-quality service and guarantee customers receive exceptional service.

  • Boost sales team morale by encouraging other CDRs and adopting a team mentality.

  • Diligently manage and maintain an exceptional pipeline throughout the entire sales cycle.

  • Work within sales management tools.


Experience and Skills Needed:



  • Sales experience

  • Exceptional writing abilities to provide clear and empathetic customer support through all communication channels.

  • Strong and concise communication.

  • Ability to be coachable.

  • Extensive software knowledge; ability to pick up new technology quickly.

  • Great interpersonal skills and the ability to thrive, multi-task, and prioritize in a high-volume, dynamic environment.


Technology Needed:


  • Ability to connect directly to a modem via Ethernet with stable internet connectivity and speeds sufficient to support voice calls and video conferencing.

Competencies Valued:



  • Heart, passion, and responsibility to the customer.

  • A track record of high achievement.

  • Previous successful sales experience OR a strong desire to begin a sales career.

  • Leadership through innovation in everything you do.

  • The ability and desire to work in a fast-paced, challenging environment with peers who challenge you to be better on a daily basis.

  • Passion for what you do and a drive to improve.

  • A strong drive to complete tasks.

  • Personal and corporate integrity.

  • The ability to deal with and thrive on objections and rejection on a daily basis.

  • Experience owning and/or operating a small business.


What’s In It For You:



  • A best in class team and company culture.

  • A fun, but very hard-working and dedicated environment.

  • Medical benefits

  • Paid vacation and holidays

  • Casual dress code

  • WFH / Remote Position


Sound Like a Good Fit?


We’d love to talk to you! Please submit the following to apply:



  • Resume (including months/years of employment for each position)

  • Cover letter

  • Video Recording of yourself reading a sales pitch. (Submitted during the interview)



*Must already be authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis for any employer.



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Summary of Position


The Lending Associate position is responsible for marketing of loans products and other services available from Communities Unlimited (CU); originations, underwriting and managing loan requests from throughout our target market; monitoring the performance of loan portfolios; and providing accurate and complete impact data for reporting. This position is responsible for developing and managing a variety of relationships, including with: borrower organizations; financial institutions; state and federal agencies; consultants and advisors; other public/private institutions; peers and team members; loan committees; and the CU Senior Leadership Team. The Economic Development Loan Officer will contribute data, stories and other information needed for marketing and/or fundraising efforts of the Senior Leadership Team.


Education/Certification Requirements


This position requires a minimum of Bachelor’s Degree in accounting, business, or related field. Must hold a valid drivers-license (state of residency) and have a reliable personal vehicle and maintain at least the state minimum personal automotive liability insurance required for job-related travel within a typical 50-300-mile radius from the assigned CU Field office location within seven state region.


Must be authorized to work in the USA.


Experience/Skills Requirements


A minimum of one year of experience underwriting and servicing small business loans is required. Preference is given to individuals who also have accounting experience.


Successful Economic Development Lenders typically have the following skills or experience.


· Excellent written and verbal communications skills


· Ability to work well with others, build and maintain strong professional and client relationships


· Ability to facilitate workshops and training both in person and virtually


· Excellent organizational and time management skills


· Ability to learn to use other computer software as required for this position


· Ability to work independently


· Excellent customer service skills and/or experience


 


Summary of Essential Job Duties


Small Business Lending, Environmental Lending, and Portfolio Management Responsibilities


- Meet with potential borrowers and originate new loans


- Underwrite loan requests, determine risk, identify risk analysis


- Document all loan decisions including minutes of loan committees; loan approvals and declines; loan modifications; monitoring; etc.


- Prepare written loan recommendations (credit memos) for the appropriate loan committee


- Coordinate and assist with loan closings, ensuring that documents are properly prepared and executed


- Maintain ongoing customer relationships and monitoring of lending portfolio.


- Coordinate managerial assistance for borrowers as needed with CU’s on-the-ground Consultants and Technical Assistance Providers


- Work with the lending team to evaluate new loan products and services that will support


CU’s long-term growth and sustainability and contribute to CU’s mission


Administrative and Programmatic Responsibilities


- Update loan software, client databases and other electronic reporting files


- Manage problem loans and make recommendations to supervisor and/or appropriate Loan


Committees to help borrowers be successful and control loan losses


- Assist in the preparation of reports and/or other documents required by partners, funders and others


- Participate in and support Loan Committee activities


- Provide required reports and other support for Board meetings


- Participate in internal meetings, reviews, and updates to Loan Policies and Procedures


- Work with supervisor to complete detailed work plans and action plans to manage work and performance.


- Manage lending data and produce accurate and timely reports upon request and per established timelines to meet internal and external needs for information by staff, board members, and investors.


- Monitor the lending environment for changes and ensure proper loan documentation and compliance with all legal, regulator, and funder requirements.


- Conduct research on legal, regulatory, and public policy issues related to CU’s lending activities and recommend revisions to current operating procedures and policies as appropriate.


Networking and marketing loan products and services


- Develop and expand CU’s loan referral and partner network


- Build relationships with banks and CDFI’s in CU’s region to increase referrals


- Maintain and grow relationships with state and regional partners


- Maintain and grow relationships with SBA and USDA


- Attend and participate in workshops, training and other marketing events


Tools Used in Job


Computer, internet, smart phone (texting, email, photos, videos, social media, and calls), web-based databases for data-entry, Microsoft Office suite including Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint is required. Use of additional software for loan fund management is required. Ability to use video conferencing tools (e.g. Zoom, Teams) and familiarity with Microsoft 365 cloud deployment, including SharePoint and TEAMs is a plus.


Work Environment


The work environment characteristics described above are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential job functions.


Company Description

Communities Unlimited serves seven states in the southern United States, an area with many rural communities, a high minority population, high poverty and food insecurity. This is the place that what you look like, or how much money you have should not determine access to opportunities.

This is where we live. This is where we work. These are our communities. We work side by side with individuals, communities and organizations to make opportunities accessible to everyone, everywhere.


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MetroNet has an immediate opening for an energetic; Community Development Manager in Lansing, MI!


At MetroNet, we pride ourselves on providing cutting-edge technology combined with outstanding customer care. We are a fast-growing telecommunication company, offering 100% fiber-optic technology. MetroNet specializes in fiber to the premise TV, voice and internet services that provide our customers with some of the fastest internet speeds in the world. Recognized for being one of the Best Places to Work in 2020 by Glassdoor. We are committed to revolutionizing the industry by enhancing the overall customer experience and optimizing the talent of our valued associates.


We’re looking for tech-savvy, innovative thinkers to join our team and help us create what’s next!


 


What is in it for you?



  • Competitive salary

  • 80% of Medical premiums paid for by company

  • Company paid Disability and Life insurance

  • 401(k) company match and 100% vested on day 1

  • Discounted MetroNet service in our serviceable area

  • Company paid logo attire

  • Flexible schedule

  • Company provided laptop or iPad

  • Cell phone allowance

  • Mileage Reimbursement

  • Annual performance and compensation review


 


Job Summary:


The Community Development Manager is responsible for seeking out new residential sales opportunities for MetroNet. They will develop, coordinate and implement market development plans designed to maintain and increase existing business. They will secure new opportunities through the development of relationships with, but not limited to, Multi-Dwelling Unit owners, residential housing contractors, homeowners associations and retail resellers. They will work with Customer Operations and OSP to maintain a timeline and schedule that provides efficiently delivery of MetroNet services to the end customer and partners.


 


What you will be doing:



  • Perform quality work within deadlines, with or without direct supervision.

  • Work effectively as a team contributor on all assignments.

  • Work independently while understanding the necessity for communicating and coordinating work efforts with other employees and organization.

  • Develop the business models that will be used to secure new residential customers through these relationships.

  • Work with Finance and Marketing to develop financial models for breakeven analysis, Cost-per-Acquisition and payback analysis to evaluate new opportunities

  • Secure and negotiate Utility Access Agreements and Service Provider Partnership agreements with MDU owners and working with Marketing to develop plans to secure new residential business through these partnerships

  • Create and maintain a weekly sales pipeline that consist of pertinent information related to the selling of services to new partners

  • Maintain existing and develop new relationships with local business entities with the purpose of elevating awareness of MetroNet within the community and thus, increasing sales

  • Respond and develop proposals in response to requests for proposals (RFPs) and, upon securing new business work with other department heads and staff to coordinate the delivery of MetroNet services to the business partners’ customers

  • Attend, as needed, local community, governmental and economic development events and meetings with the purpose of forwarding the agenda of MetroNet to increase our residential services to the community

  • Responsible for pass growth

  • Work with zoning boards, permitting authorities, MDU authorities, and market Supervisors


 


What You Need For This Position:



  • Bachelor’s degree preferred

  • 5+ years of experience managing other employees/associates

  • 5+ years of experience in business development, sales or marketing

  • Must be able to communicate clearly, both verbally and in writing

  • Must be detail oriented & maintain a high level of confidentiality

  • Must be able to handle multiple projects simultaneously


If you have a strong desire to impact, the success of our organization by ensuring we continue to attract and retain committed professionals, please apply today!


MetroNet is an EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER


 


 


 


Company Description

Headquartered in Evansville, Indiana, MetroNet is a customer-focused company providing cutting-edge fiber optic telecommunication services, including high-speed Fiber Internet, full-featured Fiber Phone, Fiber IPTV with a wide variety of programming, and a home security product called MetroNet SmartHome.

We got our start in 2005, with our first fiber optic network in Greencastle, Indiana, and have since expanded into 50+ communities throughout Indiana, Illinois, and Kentucky. All MetroNet services are delivered across our 100% fiber-optic network made up of thousands of miles of fiber optic cables connected directly to homes and businesses.

At MetroNet, we are committed to bringing state-of-the-art telecommunication services to the communities we serve by delivering services comparable or superior to those offered in large metropolitan areas. This commitment not only means better internet, television and telephone options for our customers today but also the capacity to continually provide additional products and services in the future as new uses for 100% fiber are developed.

Our commitment to our communities doesn’t stop at bringing exciting new technology. We’re also proud to have local retail stores, staffed with friendly associates and technicians who actually live in the communities we serve. We find it is always reassuring to see a familiar face when your services are installed or when you stop by our store. Our innovative store design allows customers to test drive MetroNet products at interactive kiosks, sign up for services, pay their bills, and much more.


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Health Connect America is dedicated to providing quality and affordable mental health services to individuals and their family members. We believe in individuality, safety, community, inclusivity, innovation and progress for our families and staff. We believe in empowering our clients and utilizing current and appropriate clinical treatment. We have found that our staff succeed when they are passionate about social services, helping at-risk communities and value collaboration with a team.


What will I be doing?


As a Family Development Specialist, you will be helping children and adolescents who are at risk of being removed from the home. Our goal is to preserve the family through intensive weekly in-home therapy sessions.


You will be working on:


Communication skills


Individual and family counseling


Crisis intervention and treatment


Case management activities


Creating individual treatment plans based on family’s needs


Am I a good fit?


In this position you will be travelling in the community to meet families where they are. A flexible schedule is important for this role, and allows you to have control over your session planning. You will have significant documentation and travel, so good time management is a must!


Qualifications-


Bachelor’s degree in Social Service field is required as well as 2 years’ experience with youth or families.


We offer competitive compensation and benefits to our team members including medical/dental, 401K, HSA with company contribution, Paid Time Off for full time staff.


Health connect is an Equal Opportunity Employer



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Commercial Lender
Develops and maintains working relationships with realtors, builders, CPAs, attorneys and individuals to solicit and originates commercial business. Identifies customer needs and recommends bank products and services.
RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Responsible for building positive relations within a community including realtors, builders, CPAs, attorneys and individuals

  • Solicits and originates commercial loan business

  • Assist commercial customers with commercial and applications as needed

  • Cross-sell bank deposit and mortgage products and services to existing and potential commercial customers

  • Assists in facilitating commercial loan closings and in loan processing.

  • Participates in marketing strategy for commercial loan originations

  • Develops and markets new commercial loan programs.

  • Expert in regulatory, legislative and technological changes that affect commercial lending

  • Promotes the bank's image in the community through participation in business, social and civic group activities

  • Maintains a thorough audit trail and accurate records


EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
Bachelor's degree or equivalent. Banking, finance or accounting degree preferred. Previous experience, sales training, and excellent communications skills required. Expertise with commercial banking and compliance.
JOB SPECIFICATIONS:
Ability to work in a team environment. Strong sales skills. Excellent communication skills with customers. Ability to work with minimal supervision. Problem solving skills.
Required experience:
  • Banking, Business or Finance : 3 years
Required education:
  • Bachelor's


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Are you looking for an opportunity to join a team that makes a real difference? Do you want to be part of a collaborative team that protects and strengthens communities and businesses? If you are looking for all these opportunities and more, then Witt OBriens is the right fit for you.




Position Summary:This position requires the following time and staffing commitment:This Sr. level opening is for a management consultant position to support State and Local Governments with design and implementation of federally funded programs focused on assisting organizations with overcoming the short-term and long-term impacts of COVID-19. The candidate will work on a dynamic team comprised of highly experienced policy and program design specialists, data analysts and highly engaged clients to meet fast-paced project requirements and provide end-user support. Every day, our team members work to inform decision makers how to best address their most complex challenges brought on by the COVID-19 public health crisis, and the associated budgetary impacts on operational continuity.Position Details:


  • Reports to: Project Manager


  • Position Location:Remote


  • Position Type: On-call


  • FLSA Classification: Non-Exempt


  • Compensation:Commensurate with experience


Responsibilities Include:

  • Work with government organizations to maximize federal assistance programs to mitigate long-term impacts of COVID-19

  • Perform research, apply appropriate analytical methodologies and summarize findings for eligibility of expenditures utilizing federal funds

  • Quickly research and provide guidance on emerging and/or changing federal policies for COVID-19 federal assistance programs, such as HHS Provider Relief Fund and the U.S. Treasury's Coronavirus Relief Fund

  • Assist State and Local government clients with expedient but compliant development of streamlined COVID-19 related grant programs with focus on economic revitalization, housing and food security, local community organization partnerships and public health/social services support initiatives.

  • Developing associated grant documentation to stand up programs including subrecipient agreements, grant agreements, performance reporting, subrecipient monitoring strategies and closeout checklists.

  • Creating policies, Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), and business process guidelines for use of federal funding received by State and local governments

  • Create performance metrics, collect performance data, apply appropriate analytical methodologies and visualization techniques to evaluate grant/program performance of State/Local government and associated subrecipients

  • Develop tailored briefing materials and reports to communicate concepts, analysis results, and recommendations to a diverse group of stakeholders

  • Be comfortable presenting your work to a small audience conveying results or facilitating discussion to support a client decision

  • Maintain a positive working environment, growth mindset, and can-do attitude to foster productive and healthy team and client relationships

  • Identify opportunities for enhancing service offerings and developing business within a client organization or business area

  • Support the development of proposals for new and existing work


Experience and Skill Requirements:

  • 7-10+ years of management consulting experience with emphasis on grant administrator and federal assistance or public policy

  • Strong proficiency with Microsoft Office (Word, SharePoint, Excel, PowerPoint)

  • Preferred experience with performance measures and process mapping

  • Ability to distill information, develop insights, and work alongside clients to solve complex challenges

  • Ability to be a self-starter, team player, and leader in a fast-paced environment

  • Must be detail-oriented and able to handle multiple priorities concurrently

  • Must possess strong interpersonal communications and teamwork skills

  • Takes ownership of projects and can prioritize assignments based on client's needs

  • Authorized to work in the US


Education Requirements:
  • Bachelor's degree required

Work Schedule:This position requires the following time and staffing commitment:
  • Regular work hours with potential for overtime

Job Description Disclaimer:
  • This position description incorporates the core responsibilities of the job. It recognizes that other related duties not specifically mentioned might also be performed, and that not all responsibilities may be carried out depending on operational needs.

Commitment to Diversity:

  • Witt O'Brien's is always looking for the most qualified and experienced professionals with a passion for public safety, emergency management, homeland security, disaster response, and continuity of operations.

  • We are an equal opportunity employer, and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.




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With you when it counts.


Company Description

Witt O’Brien’s is the leader in crisis and emergency management. We help our clients prepare for, respond to and recover from disaster. Our mission is to make them readyRESILIENT®.

Our highly skilled experts protect lives, communities and businesses in both the private and public sectors. We do that with innovative services that combine decades of front-line disaster experience with out-of-the-box thinking, to generate the best outcome for our clients. As the threat of disruption from both man-made and natural disasters increases, our solutions have never been in greater demand.

Are you looking for an opportunity to join a team that makes a real difference? Do you want to be part of a collaborative team that protects and strengthens communities and businesses? If you are looking for all these opportunities and more, then Witt O’Brien’s is the right fit for you.


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The newly created Warroad Community Development (WCD) non-profit organization is seeking an experienced and dedicated community development professional to assume the first-ever role of WCD President/Chief Executive Officer. The position will lead the continued transformation of the community and influence the future direction and economic development for Warroad, Minnesota. This highly influential and strategic individual will lead this 501(c) organization in realizing its long-term vision. As President/CEO of the organization, this person will leverage their years of relevant experience as they collaborate with community stakeholders including civic leaders, government agencies and legislative entities, and the WCD board of directors to develop and execute the strategic plan for Warroad’s community development.



Warroad Community Development is an Equal Opportunity Employer




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FRANKFORT, IL (population 20,077) a vibrant, desirable community located 37 miles southwest of Chicago is seeking an approachable problem solver with an engaging personality to join their management team as the Community and Economic Development Director.


Frankfort is an exceptional blend of high-quality lifestyle and small-town charm and is best known for its distinctive housing, award-winning schools, low taxes, stable political climate, vibrant historic district, numerous quality public festivals, and highly accessible location. The Village is located three miles south of I-80, six miles west of I-57, and in close proximity to multiple commuter train stations. People find Frankfort to be one of the most desirable places to raise a family.


Growth and development in Frankfort is guided by a Daniel Burnham award winning Comprehensive Plan. The residents and businesses of Frankfort have a vested interest in the community and continually monitor local policies to ensure quality remains a central focus. Frankfort’s bustling downtown business district is uniquely positioned as a historic, walkable urban center. The additional major commercial corridors of U.S. Route 30 and U.S. Route 45 run east-west and north-south through the Village. Frankfort’s industrial cluster is centered along Laraway Road and features many smaller industrial and commercial uses, with significant land available to accommodate future growth.


Frankfort is well known for its many high quality and locally owned restaurants, retail shops, and businesses. In addition, the community supports major national and international brands. Many of Frankfort’s businesses report that they outperform their peers, crediting the local economic marketplace. Through careful planning and development, balanced with a free market approach, Frankfort manages to preserve and enhance its quality identity while incorporating opportunities to welcome corporate partners.


The Community and Economic Development Director technically reports to the part-time Mayor and practically reports to the Village Administrator on a day-to-day basis. The position recruits appropriate development and directs the three (3) person department in the review of plans, negotiating agreements, and ensuring quality design and adherence to Village Code. Qualified individuals will be expected to have:



  • A minimum of five (5) to eight (8) years of community/economic development experience, including serving in a position in a community or organization of comparable size and complexity.

  • A bachelor’s degree in planning, land use, business management, or a related field is required. A master’s degree in a related field and/or related economic development certifications, an AICP certification, or GIS experience is preferred.

  • Considerable experience in collaborating with elected officials, staff, developers, businesses, and residents; and a desire to pursue modern concepts, community/economic development best practices, and innovative strategies and techniques.

  • Practice as a pragmatic problem solver who will help identify solutions and manage processes to facilitate effective community and economic development procedures, policies, and programs; an individual with a demonstrated history in promoting quality growth.

  • A hands-on leader with an open and friendly personality that encourages enthusiasm and creativity; an energetic professional with a can-do attitude; and an individual that can establish trust quickly with others.

  • An experienced communicator who is well versed in community engagement and facilitation and who commends well-developed interpersonal and oral/written communication skills.


The salary range for this position is $110,000 - $130,000 +/- depending on qualifications and experience. Residency in the Village of Frankfort is not required. Apply electronically at www.GovHRJobs.com with resume, cover letter, and contact information for five (5) professional references by January 22, 2021 to the attention of Rachel Skaggs, Senior Vice President, GovHR USA, 630 Dundee Road, Suite 130 Northbrook, IL 60062. Tel: (847) 380-3240


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The Opportunity


If you are looking to effect change through research and consulting and if you have experience in evaluation and/or strategic and program planning, we encourage you to explore our Consultant role. At Resource Development Associates (RDA), Consultants work as members of project teams on a wide variety of issues including, but not limited to, evaluations, planning projects, and grant writing on public health, behavioral health, housing and homelessness, social services, workforce development, juvenile and criminal justice, and many other disciplines. For this opportunity, subject matter fluency in health care coordination, integrated care, safety net programs, health equity, and quality improvement processes in California is preferred. Additionally, subject matter fluency in housing and homelessness is desirable. The Consultant position is intermediate level in our consulting career path and can lead to other levels of employment.


About RDA


For more than 35 years, RDA has provided consultation to public, private, and social sector organizations working across the public safety net system to address persistent social, health, and economic problems. Our services include research, assessment, planning, grant writing, organizational development, training and coaching, facilitation, data system development, and evaluation. We believe in working collaboratively with one another and with our clients and, as lifelong learners, we believe that people and organizations can grow and change.


What You’ll Achieve in Your First Year

As a Consultant, you’ll be at the center of our multidisciplinary teams, employing your analytical and creative thinking skills to deliver innovative and meaningful results for our clients. For this placement, you will primarily work with RDA’s clients on quality improvement initiatives and processes, collaborating with others who bring different backgrounds and skillsets. Every day and every project are different, and we are constantly learning, but here is a sample of what you can expect to experience and accomplish in your first year:

Turn Research into Meaningful Insights and Solutions



  • Conduct and lead participatory action research including drafting and managing analytic plans; finalizing data collection tools; spearheading survey design, stakeholder engagement and facilitation; and performing descriptive and statistical analyses

  • Conduct and lead the development of evaluation reports, strategic plans, grant applications, and/or needs assessments that are responsive to clients’ needs and goals and presents recommendations that help them shift from research to action


Collaborate with and Advise Clients and Their Stakeholders



  • Work directly with RDA clients to provide support and develop collaborative working relationships

  • Co-facilitate client stakeholder work sessions and public meetings


Support RDA’s Organizational and Team Development



  • Work as a team member with other staff on multiple projects and efforts

  • Mentor and train peers and junior staff

About You

  • Demonstrated experience in being a quick learner and self-directed team player

  • Demonstrated experience conducting and reporting on analyses for a variety of audiences

  • Experience working with culturally and ethnically diverse communities

  • Multilingual skills desirable

  • Strong attention to detail and time management skills

  • Commitment to social and economic justice

  • 2-5 years relevant experience in government, non-profit, research, planning, or evaluation 

  • Advanced degree preferred in public health, health care services, public policy, social sciences, or related field; additional work experience may substitute

Benefits of Working at RDA

  • Dynamic and collaborative workplace  

  • Family-friendly environment with flexible schedules

  • 100% RDA sponsored health, dental, and vision insurance for employees

  • 401k, with RDA discretionary match after 2 years 

  • Pre-tax flexible spending accounts for medical, dependent care, transit, and parking expenses

  • Individual stipends for professional development

  • Individual stipends for home office setup while RDA is 100% remote

  • Access to discounted retail products and services via ADP LifeMart

Celebrating Diversity and Inclusion

RDA is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to equitable and inclusionary hiring practices. We strongly encourage applicants to apply from all cultural backgrounds, religions, sexual orientations, genders, and ages.


When Applying


Please include a cover letter, writing sample, and references with your resume.




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Azion, a leading edge computing platform, enables companies to build and run serverless applications at the edge of the network, on-prem, and on any cloud, closer to end users and devices. Our platform is ideal foAzion, a leading edge computing platform, enables companies to build and run serverless applications at the edge of the network, on-prem, and on any cloud, closer to end users and devices. Our platform is ideal for applications that require low-latency response times and/or real-time data processing capabilities. We address some of the most complex computing and networking challenges in the industry, in the areas of availability, performance, scalability, and security of mission-critical services. We’re helping companies build the future in gaming, ecommerce, finance, media, IoT, AI, 5G, augmented reality (AR), and virtual reality (VR).


Azion is a fast-paced technology company that builds industry-leading cloud products and services. We’re looking for an experienced Community Manager to join the Product Marketing team. In this exciting role, you’ll combine your experience, passion, and enthusiasm for the developer community to create grass-roots attention and support for Azion's serverless, security, and networking solutions among developers, thought leaders, technologists, and key industry influencers.


The focus is to field questions from the developer community and build relationships with third-party developers who build applications on Azion's platform. This position is ideal for former and current technical professionals like software engineers, IT engineers, and staff in developer operations who enjoy connecting with the development community and speaking publicly about our innovative technologies in user groups, on conference panels, and on influential blogs.


The job responsibilities for the Community Manager center around outreach and education, both inside the company and within the larger IT community. This includes engaging with the developer community in meaningful ways, such as working cooperatively with them to earn their trust and respect; working hand-in-hand with various teams to understand developer priorities and create strategies for engaging the developer community; identifying, reaching out to, and building relationships with community members across different developer communities (Stack Overflow, Hacker News, Slack, and many others), and nurturing these members to turn them into Azion champions; attending major technology conferences (when things get back to normal) and representing Azion; and finding new channels for outreach in response to market trends and the ever-changing developer community landscape.


In addition, the Community Manager must be willing to get under the hood and learn about how to create edge applications with functions and perform tasks such as conducting presentations, workshops, webinars, training, and hackathons. Finally, the Community Manager must establish credibility as a subject matter expert, researching the latest trends, technologies, and competitors to keep Azion staff informed as well as creating engaging and informative content including whitepapers, videos, blog posts, documentation, and collateral to increase awareness of Azion products and services.


Minimum Qualifications:



  • Experience in software development or DevOops

  • Knowledge of backend systems and servers

  • Understanding of serverless, networking, and security technologies

  • Working knowledge of at least one or more cloud service platforms (AWS, Google Cloud, Azure, Cloudflare)

  • Proficient in writing scripts with one or more higher level languages

  • 4+ years experience as a Community Manager, Developer Relationship Manager, Technical Product Manager or held a technical role in professional services or customer solutions team

  • Excellent oral and written communication skills

  • Experience speaking at technology conferences and presenting technical concepts to technology communities

  • A demonstrated following on social media channels like Twitter, Youtube, or GitHub


Differentials:



  • Bachelor's degree or higher in fields of Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Information Technologies or any of the natural sciences

  • Experience in promoting SDKs, toolkits or other developer helper materials



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Summary of Position


The Lending Associate position is responsible for marketing of loans products and other services available from Communities Unlimited (CU); originations, underwriting and managing loan requests from throughout our target market; monitoring the performance of loan portfolios; and providing accurate and complete impact data for reporting. This position is responsible for developing and managing a variety of relationships, including with: borrower organizations; financial institutions; state and federal agencies; consultants and advisors; other public/private institutions; peers and team members; loan committees; and the CU Senior Leadership Team. The Economic Development Loan Officer will contribute data, stories and other information needed for marketing and/or fundraising efforts of the Senior Leadership Team.


Education/Certification Requirements


This position requires a minimum of Bachelor’s Degree in accounting, business, or related field. Must hold a valid drivers-license (state of residency) and have a reliable personal vehicle and maintain at least the state minimum personal automotive liability insurance required for job-related travel within a typical 50-300-mile radius from the assigned CU Field office location within seven state region.


Must be authorized to work in the USA.


Experience/Skills Requirements


A minimum of one year of experience underwriting and servicing small business loans is required. Preference is given to individuals who also have accounting experience.


Successful Economic Development Lenders typically have the following skills or experience.


· Excellent written and verbal communications skills


· Ability to work well with others, build and maintain strong professional and client relationships


· Ability to facilitate workshops and training both in person and virtually


· Excellent organizational and time management skills


· Ability to learn to use other computer software as required for this position


· Ability to work independently


· Excellent customer service skills and/or experience


 


Summary of Essential Job Duties


Small Business Lending, Environmental Lending, and Portfolio Management Responsibilities


- Meet with potential borrowers and originate new loans


- Underwrite loan requests, determine risk, identify risk analysis


- Document all loan decisions including minutes of loan committees; loan approvals and declines; loan modifications; monitoring; etc.


- Prepare written loan recommendations (credit memos) for the appropriate loan committee


- Coordinate and assist with loan closings, ensuring that documents are properly prepared and executed


- Maintain ongoing customer relationships and monitoring of lending portfolio.


- Coordinate managerial assistance for borrowers as needed with CU’s on-the-ground Consultants and Technical Assistance Providers


- Work with the lending team to evaluate new loan products and services that will support


CU’s long-term growth and sustainability and contribute to CU’s mission


Administrative and Programmatic Responsibilities


- Update loan software, client databases and other electronic reporting files


- Manage problem loans and make recommendations to supervisor and/or appropriate Loan


Committees to help borrowers be successful and control loan losses


- Assist in the preparation of reports and/or other documents required by partners, funders and others


- Participate in and support Loan Committee activities


- Provide required reports and other support for Board meetings


- Participate in internal meetings, reviews, and updates to Loan Policies and Procedures


- Work with supervisor to complete detailed work plans and action plans to manage work and performance.


- Manage lending data and produce accurate and timely reports upon request and per established timelines to meet internal and external needs for information by staff, board members, and investors.


- Monitor the lending environment for changes and ensure proper loan documentation and compliance with all legal, regulator, and funder requirements.


- Conduct research on legal, regulatory, and public policy issues related to CU’s lending activities and recommend revisions to current operating procedures and policies as appropriate.


Networking and marketing loan products and services


- Develop and expand CU’s loan referral and partner network


- Build relationships with banks and CDFI’s in CU’s region to increase referrals


- Maintain and grow relationships with state and regional partners


- Maintain and grow relationships with SBA and USDA


- Attend and participate in workshops, training and other marketing events


Tools Used in Job


Computer, internet, smart phone (texting, email, photos, videos, social media, and calls), web-based databases for data-entry, Microsoft Office suite including Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint is required. Use of additional software for loan fund management is required. Ability to use video conferencing tools (e.g. Zoom, Teams) and familiarity with Microsoft 365 cloud deployment, including SharePoint and TEAMs is a plus.


Work Environment


The work environment characteristics described above are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential job functions.


Company Description

Communities Unlimited serves seven states in the southern United States, an area with many rural communities, a high minority population, high poverty and food insecurity. This is the place that what you look like, or how much money you have should not determine access to opportunities.

This is where we live. This is where we work. These are our communities. We work side by side with individuals, communities and organizations to make opportunities accessible to everyone, everywhere.


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Job Summary: The Desk Clerk is responsible for maintaining safety and security of the building for all tenants. This position involves extensive interaction with staff, tenants, vendors, law enforcement, and visitors in compliance with Property Management Policy and House Rules.


Status: Full-time, Nonexempt, Regular


Location: Chinatown neighborhood, San Francisco


Hours: Monday – Friday; 4 PM – 12 AM


Salary: DOE; Comprehensive Benefits


The Organization: A private non-profit founded in 1977, Chinatown Community Development Center believes in a comprehensive vision of community. We own and/or manage approximately 30 affordable housing buildings serving over 3,800 low-income seniors, single adults, formerly homeless adults, and families of diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds in San Francisco’s Chinatown, Tenderloin, Western Addition, and Polk Gulch neighborhoods. We also build housing, develop grassroots leadership, and engage low-income residents and youth. Our employees are passionate about the mission; thrive in a family organizational culture; and embody values of empowerment, teamwork, and compassion. Chinatown CDC serves a diverse population and is committed to hiring practices that provide culturally competent services. We encourage people of color to apply.


General Job Responsibilities:



  • Sign- in all visitors who enter and leave building

  • Monitor all exits via surveillance footage + foot patrol of building during shift

  • Update the daily log in detail to pass on information

  • Report House Rules violations to the Property Manager

  • Take initiative in calling 911 or non-emergency police per protocol and report all building emergencies to the On Site Manager, Property Manager and/or Property Supervisor

  • Write up incident report and route to proper staff per protocol

  • Respond to all building emergencies in the absence of On Site Manager, Property Manager or Property Supervisor

  • Maintain orderliness of the front entrance, lobby, and adjoining rooms/areas


Knowledge, Skills, and Experience:



  • Pleasant and professional manner

  • Takes initiative to problem solve

  • Good written and verbal communication skills

  • Ability to function under stressful circumstances

  • Willingness to do varied tasks

  • Calm disposition


Minimum Qualifications:



  • Ability to work with people of diverse social, economic, and ethnic backgrounds

  • Sensitivity to issues facing Family, homeless, disabled, and elderly populations

  • Excellent interpersonal skills


Preferred Qualifications:



  • Prior experience with security and/or reception work

  • Excellent Customer Service Skills

  • Familiarity with Microsoft Outlook, Word and Excel programs

  • Bilingual in English and Chinese, Russian, and/or Spanish languages


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· Develops and executes strategies to identify and secure profitable sales volume from new and insisting accounts


· Develop creative business development/sales/marketing techniques for HOME HEALTH & HOSPICE


· Utilizes CRM to identify and contact leads, as well as develop a growing base of referral sources to achieve census growth


· Timely completion of administrative duties: expense reports, mileage reports, marketing reports, and other administrative actions by required times.


· Effective in professional verbal, written, and electronic communication


· Maintains professional relationships and collaborates with internal, clinical, and administrative team. Attends team meetings on regular basis.


· Resolves customer feedback by investigating opportunities for development; developing solutions; preparing reports; collaborates on resolutions with program management.


· Identifies the value of cold calls and prospecting to successful sales performance and growing our Hospice market position


· Must possess a "hunter" or "challenger sales" personality to meet/exceed goals and objectives


· Track sales metrics and reports data to management on a regular basis


· Responsible to become a subject matter expert on Medicare Home Health and Hospice Benefit, disease specific clinical criteria and evidence based medicine.


· Accountable for set goals and results. Focuses on providing solutions and executing them.


· Analyzes territory and develops call routing to establish correct targets, reach and frequency for maximal territory growth.


· Develops sales messaging and strategies that align to the customers’ needs to ensure home health and hospice appropriate patients gain access to services.


· Maintains professional and technical knowledge by reviewing professional publications; establishing personal networks; remaining current with changes in healthcare field in order to understand customer industry.


· Perform related duties as required. This position description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed by the employee occupying this position. Employees will be required to perform any other job-related duties assigned by their supervisor or management.


Qualifications


· Minimum 5 years sales experience or in healthcare services FOR HOME HEALTH & HOSPICE required


· Participated in competitive team environment that involved individual accountability and teamwork


· Able to demonstrate examples on critical thinking and created solutions


· Experience with volunteer organization a plus


· Hospice and Home Health Marketing experience is a must


· Evidence of achieving sales goals within the market and/or demonstrates track record of consistently exceeding agency goals


· Strong customer service, sense of urgency and problem solving skills


· Time Management and Organizational Skills


· Demonstrated knowledge and successful application of a need satisfaction selling process


· Ability to manage a territory, to conduct sales calls and to generate sales by building long term business partnerships


· Strong interpersonal skills within all levels of an organization


· Valid Driver's License and Auto Insurance


Expectations:


· Excellent presentation, negotiation and relationship-building skills


· Excellent oral and written communication skills


· Ability to work outside of normal business hours (8-5), evenings and weekends as needed.


· Ability to navigate within a CRM tool and proficiency in Outlook, Word and Excel—PowerPoint, Android devices


· Integrity and customer focus: ethical, moral conduct, customer services


· Reliable transportation


· Able to expense minimal (i.e. lunches, snacks, breakfasts) customer education when approved with expectation of reimbursement from company


Job Type: Full-time


Salary: $50,000.00 to $60,000.00 /year



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At Mission Health, our purpose is to enhance the lives of those we serve. We deliver on this promise by bringing the Mission Experience to life in everything that we do. Our team is dedicated to helping patients, residents, and families achieve better health and fulfilling lifestyles by hiring and developing professionals like you!


We are looking for an Area Director of Business Development in the Overland Park area. Through a centralized approach, referral source territories will be defined for the Overland Park market allowing for effective and efficient practices for ease of referral flow, admission processing, clinical program designation, and hospital-friendly practices.


This is a fast paced, dynamic, leadership position that will be responsible for leading and supporting the below expectations:



  • Meet budgeted revenue targets for communities assigned within the territory in collaboration with Regional Director of Business Development and Senior Director of Business Development.

  • Responsible for implementing sales strategies and tactics designed to drive business development in new and existing markets (hospitals, clinics, physicians, and other community referral sources). Strategies and tactics to be outlined in PCC CRM and 90-day business development plans.

  • Continually evaluate business development strategies, tactics, and plans to meet changing market and competitive conditions for the communities within the territory.

  • Manage and support community teams within an assigned territory. Support referral and admissions process, adherence to Mission Health standards and local regional business development efforts.

  • Support and attend trainings in accordance with identified strategies.

  • Cultivate and promote a business development culture and brand enhancement in assigned territory through a program of business development educational opportunities.

  • Ensure accountability for Mission Health standards for business development sales calls, referral flow and processing through field visits, census calls and weekly/monthly reporting.

  • Maintain up-to-date knowledge of Medicare/Medicaid and private insurance company reimbursement processes.

  • Ensure all required records and tracking reports are maintained and submitted in an accurate and timely manner.


Job Requirements



  • A self-motivated team player preferably with an associate degree in a related field.

  • Has experience in driving revenue and census development within a multi-site territory.

  • Must be familiar with senior care/health care profession and have experience in building business development effectiveness for referral sites.

  • Must have experience and capability to understand and assess market needs, customer dynamics and referral sources.

  • Someone with the ability to implement and execute successful sales and marketing programs, tracking systems and key performance metrics.

  • Substantial travel will be required. The ideal candidate will live in Kansas and will be able to travel to their assigned Kansas territory daily.

  • We are offering a competitive pay package with potential bonus and additional mileage.





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Join our team:


If you enjoy speaking with people from all over the country and can turn a regular conversation into revenue through sharing a story, ONEHOPE might have the perfect job for you. As a Community Development Representative, you will help convert leads into members for the direct sales division. You will be providing an unprecedented level of service and sales expertise via phone and email, and expected to schedule up to 15 meetings per day. A CDR must be passionate about what our company has to offer and truly believe in the vision we sell. This excitement must come through on every call to guarantee that prospective customers enjoy speaking to you and want to learn more about our company and brand. As a CDR, you can enjoy your day in the comfort of your home office while making connections all over the country.


About ONEHOPE:


ONEHOPE is a Napa Valley Winery built on hope and rooted in purpose. Through our technology, we enable a purpose-driven community of 5,000+ "Cause Entrepreneurs" to join us on our mission to share wine and give hope through wine tasting experiences nationwide (most are virtual currently). The Cause Entrepreneur opportunity is at the perfect intersection of “gig economy” and “work from home” and is well suited for the current unique environment we live in. As a Cause Entrepreneur, we give anyone the necessary tools to build a cause-centric business on their own terms.


To date, we’ve donated over $6M to partner non-profits and through wine sponsorships and thousands of events held we’ve helped nonprofit organizations raise tens of millions more for other meaningful causes. Our award-winning wines are produced by winemaker Mari Wells Coyle in collaboration with other great winemakers including Rob Mondavi Jr. Our Estate vineyard and winery is in the heart of Napa Valley. Since launching in 2007, ONEHOPE has grown from a public storage unit to one of the top 250 wineries of 10,000+ in the US. We aim to be the largest direct to consumer wine brand in the nation by 2022.


ONEHOPE is diverse in gender and thought; over 60% of the employees are women and over 35% associate with a minority race. Over 99% of Cause Entrepreneurs are women and over 50% are moms.


What You’ll Be Doing:



  • You will become a leading expert on ONEHOPE and the opportunity.

  • Embody and develop the ONEHOPE brand and voice through lead communications.

  • Be the first touchpoint & introduction to ONEHOPE with Cause Entrepreneur leads.

  • Conduct exploratory conversations while using business acumen.

  • Consult, educate, and encourage inbound leads to join ONEHOPE as a Cause Entrepreneur so they can share ONEHOPE's award-winning wines with friends and family, hold online tastings, and earn an income while giving back to meaningful causes.

  • Adhere to proven sales processes.

  • Update the database with new information every time a customer connection is made.

  • Follow organization standards to maintain high-quality service and guarantee customers receive exceptional service.

  • Boost sales team morale by encouraging other CDRs and adopting a team mentality.

  • Diligently manage and maintain an exceptional pipeline throughout the entire sales cycle.

  • Work within sales management tools.


Experience and Skills Needed:



  • Sales experience

  • Exceptional writing abilities to provide clear and empathetic customer support through all communication channels.

  • Strong and concise communication.

  • Ability to be coachable.

  • Extensive software knowledge; ability to pick up new technology quickly.

  • Great interpersonal skills and the ability to thrive, multi-task, and prioritize in a high-volume, dynamic environment.


Technology Needed:


  • Ability to connect directly to a modem via Ethernet with stable internet connectivity and speeds sufficient to support voice calls and video conferencing.

Competencies Valued:



  • Heart, passion, and responsibility to the customer.

  • A track record of high achievement.

  • Previous successful sales experience OR a strong desire to begin a sales career.

  • Leadership through innovation in everything you do.

  • The ability and desire to work in a fast-paced, challenging environment with peers who challenge you to be better on a daily basis.

  • Passion for what you do and a drive to improve.

  • A strong drive to complete tasks.

  • Personal and corporate integrity.

  • The ability to deal with and thrive on objections and rejection on a daily basis.

  • Experience owning and/or operating a small business.


What’s In It For You:



  • A best in class team and company culture.

  • A fun, but very hard-working and dedicated environment.

  • Medical benefits

  • Paid vacation and holidays

  • Casual dress code

  • WFH / Remote Position


Sound Like a Good Fit?


We’d love to talk to you! Please submit the following to apply:



  • Resume (including months/years of employment for each position)

  • Cover letter

  • Video Recording of yourself reading a sales pitch. (Submitted during the interview)



*Must already be authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis for any employer.



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