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Jr. Nonprofit Manager


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


 


Duties:



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


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


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


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


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



 


You'll definitely:



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


  • Have a keen interest in the customer service industry


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



 


What's in it for you?



  • Competitive bonus packages


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


  • Opportunity to travel for work



 


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


 


 


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


Company Description

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


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Nonprofit Ambassador | Entry Level



Do you have what it takes to be a part of our team?

To join us as a Nonprofit Representative/Ambassador, all you need is…


Good Communication Skills
Drive to Succeed With A Stable Company
Desire to Exceed Your Current Earnings
The Quality Training and Support We Provide You With
Knowledge of a second language is a plus!


Job Description:
As a Promotional Representative, you will assist us in going out to our special events and helping with setting up, customer service, public relations, advertising, community outreach, interacting with the public, and marketing.

Cross-Training Includes:
• Product Representative
• Event Coordination
• Brand Ambassador
• Public Relations
• Management Training for those who qualify

This is a permanent position, so anyone ready for a stable career should apply today!


Requirements:


· Must have excellent communication skills.


· FULL TIME ONLY


· Must have reliable transportation!


· Must know how to have FUN!


· Must be able to work in team environment


PEOPLE WITH THE FOLLOWING EXPERIENCE ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY:


entry level, management, entry level management, entry level marketing, marketing, business development, entry level, customer service, sports minded, entertainment, advertising, public relations, management, sales, training, marketing, public relations, entry level, customer service, retail, restaurant experience, entry level, full time, internship, management, advertising, public relations, entry level, public relations, business, marketing, entry-level, promotions, direct marketing, promotional sales, business development, entertainment, sales - marketing, management, clients, account manager, campaigns, marketing, direct advertising, client relations, retail, hospitality, marketing, experience, college graduates, internship, entry level, management, entry level management, entry level marketing, marketing, business development, entry level, customer service, sports, entertainment, advertising, public relations, management, sales, training, marketing, public relations, entry level, customer service, retail, restaurant, entry level, full time, internship, management, advertising, public relations


Company Description

We develop company brands in order to create growth whether it be for a nonprofit or corporation. To be completely clear, nothing happens until target audiences are engaged on a personal level. This has nothing to do with production lines or distribution lines but everything to do with the fact that technology has taken the personal touch out of marketing. We put the human bond back into it alongside technological advancements.


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Job Description


Our client, a well-known non profit organization, is seeking a Senior Accountant to join their team. The position reports to the Director of Finance and supervises the Finance and Administrative Specialist. This position is a member of the Finance team that ensures the organization’s resources are managed efficiently and effectively. Responsibilities of the Senior Accountant include ensuring the sound development, implementation, maintenance and coordination of all policies and procedures within the finance and administrative operations.


 


Preferred candidates will be detail oriented with excellent analytical, problem solving and organizational skills coupled with strong interpersonal skills and a customer service focus.


 


Duties and Responsibilities


· Manage day-to-day accounting operations to ensure timely and accurate financial records including A/P, A/R, payroll, bank deposits and monthly reconciliations.


o Review and approve accounting activities of staff, recommending corrective action as needed.


o Review and approve hourly and semi-monthly payroll entry to payroll processor.


o Act as a liaison between departments, analyzing procedures, resolving problems, and recommending process improvements.


o Maintain data base security and accuracy, evaluating and recommending improvements to the transaction processing model.


· Oversee the monthly close, including the general ledger and all subsidiary ledgers, cost allocations, account reconciliations and financial statements.


· Create and maintain internal control and safeguards for receipt of revenue, expenditures and financial records.


· Manage fixed assets including review of purchases ensuring proper classification and available funding.


· Monitor emerging technology to increase efficiencies without sacrificing accuracy and accountability.


· Assist with annual budget process.


· Assist with preparation of year end external audit schedules and preparation of Form 990.


 


QUALIFICATIONS AND PREREQUISITES


Education:


· Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Business Administration or Finance.


Prior Work Experience:


· At least five years of general ledger accounting experience required.


· Interest in and/or understanding of the nonprofit community.


· Experience supervising/directing clerical and entry-level accounting staff.


Technical Knowledge Required:


· Knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) and understanding of management accounting methods and cost allocation procedures.


· Comfort with technology; experience working with various computer and financial programs and platforms.


· Excellent Excel skills.


· Familiarity with Form 990.


Other:


· Ability to work under pressure and handle multiple projects simultaneously while meeting deadlines.


· Excellent organizational skills.


· Strong attention to detail.


· Mature level of judgement and decision making in a changing environment.


· Well-developed oral and written communication skills with a customer friendly, responsive attitude for both internal and external stakeholders.


· Personal qualities of integrity, credibility and an ability to maintain strict confidentiality.


 


Company Description

Siino & Associates is a leading provider of search and staffing services for accounting and finance professionals.
You always work with a strategic partner who understands your sense of urgency as well as your objectives, technical skills, and culture. Our recruiters are armed with the in-depth industry knowledge and experience to properly qualify candidates and efficiently fill positions with candidates that are an ideal match.


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ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:


  • Responsible for the creations and management of the monthly financial closing process, ensuring that AP, AR and allocations are done in symmetry with GAAP based accrual accounting.

·         Prepare monthly financial reports, ensuring timeliness, accuracy, and compliance with agreement terms for review by the Controller and/or CFO.


·          Manages and maintains a synchronized system of reports for various grant funders, and program directors.



  • Interpret provisions in grant/contract documents relating to payment terms, billing, limitations on cost, and requirements for budget modifications and extensions.

  • Determine the correct allocation of expenses to funding sources, maintain documentation of decisions, and prepare allocation input.

  • Perform monthly and annual reconciliations of revenue, cash receipts, and other project activity against the general ledger and project ledgers.

  • Work closely with project staff to monitor spending, compliance, and the need for budget modifications and/or extensions.

  • Responsible for coordinating the claiming and grants process.

  • Provides support to Controller for ad-hoc budgeting, program audits and other day-to-day tasks.

  • Reviews the journal entries, account analysis and other aspects of the financial closing process.

  • Works closely with Staff Accountants to ensure that that all monthly entries are booked in accordance with actually spending.

  • Prepares and updates the monthly schedule of FTE's and allocations and ensures that these allocations are codified into the accounting system.

  • Maintains and effectively communicates any changes in the chart of accounts to all staff to ensure that there is clear communication in this area.

  • Offers support and overall quality assurance for the Consolidated Fiscal Report Preparation.

  • Responsible for Journal entries in accordance with allocations.

  • Assists with ad-hoc analysis as appropriate.

  • Establishes and trains staff as appropriate.

  • Leads and co-ordinates the annual independent audit process and manages all audit (external and internal) needs with the assistant of the Staff Accountants

  • Responsible for the preparation of the monthly cash flow report.

  • Interface with all finance areas to ensure accuracy and integrity of data flow

  • Preparation and review of all analytical submissions for Management

  • Assist in the overall operation of the department

  • Prepare multiple monthly reports and analysis


 


 



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Job Description


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


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


 


The successful candidate will:



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

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

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

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

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

  • Have a positive attitude and winning mentality

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

  • Be energetic, personable, and career-driven

  • Be extremely organized and detail-oriented


 


Top Event Coordinators will be considered for management roles as we continue to expand into new markets and add new clients to our portfolio.


 


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


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


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


Company Description

This Company is a newly established sales and marketing firm established in Austin TX. It has had unprecedented growth, month after month. With a wide range of Fortune 100 and Fortune 500 clients, its account portfolio is solid and sure to expand exponentially come 2019.


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Greenpeace is the largest global and independent nonprofit advocacy organization. As part of our mission, we challenge the systems of power and privilege that destroy our environment and place disproportionate burdens on vulnerable communities. We welcome, value, and rely on a diversity of people, cultural experiences, and perspectives to defend the natural world and promote peace. We investigate, expose, and confront environmental abuse, champion environmentally responsible solutions, and advocate for the rights and well being of all people.


Our movement is inclusive, people-powered, and collective, and we are hiring Frontline Representatives (canvassers) to join our grassroots face-to-face fundraising and member recruitment program! Team members work together in communities to connect with members of the public and provide them the opportunity to donate and support the work Greenpeace does. We work to expand our outreach by contacting people in areas that directly experience the effects of issues like Climate Change and empower them to stand with us to demand change!


We canvass to recruit Greenpeace donors, advocate for the environment, and build the people power necessary to resist and work on campaigns to save our forests, protect our oceans, keep our communities free of toxic chemicals, and defend democracy under an Administration that clearly does not respect environmental or human rights. We've been campaigning for a green and peaceful future for over 45 years — and we're not stopping now. It's time to rise up like never before and fight for our communities, our coasts, and our climate!


 


Compensation/Benefits:



  • $15 per hour plus performance bonus (with paid on the job training)

  • Medical, vision, and dental coverage as well as a 401k (after 90 days)

  • Life insurance, disability coverage and employee assistance programs for staff

  • Paid time off for sick, vacation, and personal leave (after 90 days)

  • Subsidies for employees that choose to ride mass transit to work


A qualified candidate has the following:



  • Dedication to social justice, and how it relates to environmental justice

  • Outstanding communication and listening skills

  • A commitment to non-violence as a means of affecting change

  • Fundraising, canvassing, sales, or customer service experience

  • A desire to try something new!

  • A passion for making a difference!


 


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


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


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Greenpeace is the largest global and independent nonprofit advocacy organization. As part of our mission, we challenge the systems of power and privilege that destroy our environment and place disproportionate burdens on vulnerable communities. We welcome, value, and rely on a diversity of people, cultural experiences, and perspectives to defend the natural world and promote peace. We investigate, expose, and confront environmental abuse, champion environmentally responsible solutions, and advocate for the rights and well being of all people.


Our movement is inclusive, people-powered, and collective, and we are hiring Frontline Representatives (canvassers) to join our grassroots face-to-face fundraising and member recruitment program! Team members work together in communities to connect with members of the public and provide them the opportunity to donate and support the work Greenpeace does. We work to expand our outreach by contacting people in areas that directly experience the effects of issues like Climate Change and empower them to stand with us to demand change!


We canvass to recruit Greenpeace donors, advocate for the environment, and build the people power necessary to resist and work on campaigns to save our forests, protect our oceans, keep our communities free of toxic chemicals, and defend democracy under an Administration that clearly does not respect environmental or human rights. We've been campaigning for a green and peaceful future for over 45 years — and we're not stopping now. It's time to rise up like never before and fight for our communities, our coasts, and our climate!


 


Compensation/Benefits:



  • $15 per hour plus performance bonus (with paid on the job training)

  • Medical, vision, and dental coverage as well as a 401k (after 90 days)

  • Life insurance, disability coverage and employee assistance programs for staff

  • Paid time off for sick, vacation, and personal leave (after 90 days)

  • Subsidies for employees that choose to ride mass transit to work


A qualified candidate has the following:



  • Dedication to social justice, and how it relates to environmental justice

  • Outstanding communication and listening skills

  • A commitment to non-violence as a means of affecting change

  • Fundraising, canvassing, sales, or customer service experience

  • A desire to try something new!

  • A passion for making a difference!


 


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


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


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Job Description


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


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


 


The successful candidate will:



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

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

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

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

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

  • Have a positive attitude and winning mentality

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

  • Be energetic, personable, and career-driven

  • Be extremely organized and detail-oriented


 


Top Event Coordinators will be considered for management roles as we continue to expand into new markets and add new clients to our portfolio.


 


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


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


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


Company Description

This Company is a newly established sales and marketing firm established in Austin TX. It has had unprecedented growth, month after month. With a wide range of Fortune 100 and Fortune 500 clients, its account portfolio is solid and sure to expand exponentially come 2019.


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Job Description


 NMSC – Nonprofit Management Services of Colorado, an affiliate of Developmental Pathways and Continuum of Colorado, is seeking a Lead Maintenance Technician to assist with the oversight of our Maintenance Department to assure that facility and maintenance operations are effective and efficient. You’ll get to prioritize and manage the workloads and projects of our Maintenance team including: basic plumbing, painting, carpentry, minor electrical, plasterwork, tiling, landscaping, drainage, utilities, appliances, HVAC systems, and repair/maintenance of our buildings and grounds. You’ll also get to assist with short-term and long-term planning for the department. Please note that this role is a working, hands-on maintenance position.


This is a full-time, 40-hr/week, 7:30a-3:30p, Mon-Fri, position with flexibility in your daily work schedule.  Our Maintenance team works at various locations throughout the Southeast Denver Metro, CO area (Arapahoe County, Douglas County, and parts of the city of Aurora) that are owned and operated by Developmental Pathways and Continuum of Colorado. The team's administrative office is in Centennial, CO (7325 S Revere Pkwy, Centennial, CO 80112).


More about what you’ll get to do as our Lead Maintenance Technician!



  • Manage, monitor, and inspect maintenance work to ensure all projects and services completed on residential and commercial facilities are completed per the terms of the agreement, on time, on budget, with the quality required by industry best practices, and are in compliance with applicable building code requirements of municipalities and other applicable facility compliance criteria

  • Coordinate vendors’ and contractors’ building access, scheduling, job site and condition as well as certificates of insurance

  • Train and orient staff to job responsibilities

  • Establish and maintain a program for the acquisition, storage and accountability of all operating materials, tools, equipment and inventory control system

  • Implement preventive maintenance programs tailored to each facility

  • Establish and maintain periodic operational testing schedules for critical systems and equipment

  • Develop, implement and monitor worksite specific safety and emergency procedures and evacuation plans

  • Assist with material and equipment acquisition and disposition

  • Assist with planning and monitoring Facilities and Operations budgets and approving expenditures

  • Participate in rotating weekly on-call for emergency schedule


Must have’s to be our Lead Maintenance Technician



  • Minimum of 10 years of applications (actual hands-on experience) of all aspects of building maintenance

  • Minimum of two (2) years’ supervisory experience

  • High School Diploma or GED equivalent

  • Possess thorough working knowledge of maintenance codes, rules and regulations

  • Ability to safely and proficiently operate and work with vehicles, tools, mechanical equipment

  • Ability to read and interpret equipment schematics

  • Ability to obtain and maintain licensures and certifications as required

  • Ability to lift approximately 80 lbs (without assistance)

  • Personal vehicle in good operating condition for use during work

  • Able to operate company vehicles

  • Valid Colorado driver license/proof of auto insurance

  • Meet our driving requirements: no suspensions/revocations in the past 3 years and no more than 2 tickets/moving violations in the past 3 years


The Good Stuff - Starting Salary and Benefits!

$23.46 - $28.13/hour




  • Health/dental/vision coverage

  • Employer paid and supplemental life insurance

  • Short- and long-term disability insurance

  • Generous paid time off and holiday pay

  • 401(k) investment plan, with an employer match of up to 4%

  • Mileage reimbursement

  • Tuition reimbursement program

  • Healthcare reimbursement via an HSA

  • Onsite gym for employee use at both office locations

  • Discounts on auto and homeowners’ insurance

  • Employee assistance program

  • Credit union membership

  • Employer-paid training


Company Description

Nonprofit Management Services of Colorado (NMSC) brings 50 years of quality experience to small and mid-size nonprofit agencies throughout the Denver Metro area, with the mission of providing an affordable foundation that allows your agency to flourish and reach its greatest potential. We understand the mission and the business of nonprofits. In 1964, we began management services within Developmental Pathways (www.dpcolo.org), a leading nonprofit agency serving individuals with intellectual disabilities and developmental delays. Over time, Developmental Pathways grew to become one of the largest nonprofit agencies in the state of Colorado. In 2013, recognizing the need of other nonprofits for support services, Nonprofit Management Services of Colorado became its own entity. NMSC provides professional, affordable, contracted management services to agencies seeking assistance in a variety of areas including property management and maintenance (www.nmscolo.org).


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Job Description


Full Time Management Training / Nonprofit Operations / Entry Level


Our opportunity will give you:


• Paid Training


• FT / PT / Permanent


• Networking Opportunities


• Potential for Travel


• Upward Mobility


• Merit-Based Promotions (no politics)


• Generous compensation structure


***Please give us 1-2 business days to review your application


 


Company Description

We aim to set every individual up with success. It's not just about developing marketing strategies or teaching our employee's management skills. For us it's about developing individuals to become great leaders and learning transferable skills to become successful in any field in the future. The plus is that we make the world a better place while we do it.


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Greenpeace is the largest global and independent nonprofit advocacy organization. As part of our mission, we challenge the systems of power and privilege that destroy our environment and place disproportionate burdens on vulnerable communities. We welcome, value, and rely on a diversity of people, cultural experiences, and perspectives to defend the natural world and promote peace. We investigate, expose, and confront environmental abuse, champion environmentally responsible solutions, and advocate for the rights and well being of all people.


Our movement is inclusive, people-powered, and collective, and we are hiring Frontline Representatives (canvassers) to join our grassroots face-to-face fundraising and member recruitment program! Team members work together in communities to connect with members of the public and provide them the opportunity to donate and support the work Greenpeace does. We work to expand our outreach by contacting people in areas that directly experience the effects of issues like Climate Change and empower them to stand with us to demand change!


We canvass to recruit Greenpeace donors, advocate for the environment, and build the people power necessary to resist and work on campaigns to save our forests, protect our oceans, keep our communities free of toxic chemicals, and defend democracy under an Administration that clearly does not respect environmental or human rights. We've been campaigning for a green and peaceful future for over 45 years — and we're not stopping now. It's time to rise up like never before and fight for our communities, our coasts, and our climate!


 


Compensation/Benefits:



  • $15 per hour plus performance bonus (with paid on the job training)

  • Medical, vision, and dental coverage as well as a 401k (after 90 days)

  • Life insurance, disability coverage and employee assistance programs for staff

  • Paid time off for sick, vacation, and personal leave (after 90 days)

  • Subsidies for employees that choose to ride mass transit to work


A qualified candidate has the following:



  • Dedication to social justice, and how it relates to environmental justice

  • Outstanding communication and listening skills

  • A commitment to non-violence as a means of affecting change

  • Fundraising, canvassing, sales, or customer service experience

  • A desire to try something new!

  • A passion for making a difference!


 


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


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


See full job description

Greenpeace is the largest global and independent nonprofit advocacy organization. As part of our mission, we challenge the systems of power and privilege that destroy our environment and place disproportionate burdens on vulnerable communities. We welcome, value, and rely on a diversity of people, cultural experiences, and perspectives to defend the natural world and promote peace. We investigate, expose, and confront environmental abuse, champion environmentally responsible solutions, and advocate for the rights and well being of all people.


Our movement is inclusive, people-powered, and collective, and we are hiring Frontline Representatives (canvassers) to join our grassroots face-to-face fundraising and member recruitment program! Team members work together in communities to connect with members of the public and provide them the opportunity to donate and support the work Greenpeace does. We work to expand our outreach by contacting people in areas that directly experience the effects of issues like Climate Change and empower them to stand with us to demand change!


We canvass to recruit Greenpeace donors, advocate for the environment, and build the people power necessary to resist and work on campaigns to save our forests, protect our oceans, keep our communities free of toxic chemicals, and defend democracy under an Administration that clearly does not respect environmental or human rights. We've been campaigning for a green and peaceful future for over 45 years — and we're not stopping now. It's time to rise up like never before and fight for our communities, our coasts, and our climate!


 


Compensation/Benefits:



  • $16.25 per hour plus performance bonus (with paid on the job training)

  • Medical, vision, and dental coverage as well as a 401k (after 90 days)

  • Life insurance, disability coverage and employee assistance programs for staff

  • Paid time off for sick, vacation, and personal leave (after 90 days)

  • Subsidies for employees that choose to ride mass transit to work


A qualified candidate has the following:



  • Dedication to social justice, and how it relates to environmental justice

  • Outstanding communication and listening skills

  • A commitment to non-violence as a means of affecting change

  • Fundraising, canvassing, sales, or customer service experience

  • A desire to try something new!

  • A passion for making a difference!


 


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


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


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Job Description


GPS Staffing is a nationwide preferred provider of staffing and recruitment services. GPS has over 25 years of dedicated staffing partnerships with organizations ranging from International Fortune 500 companies to Colorado startups. Our team is committed to Growth, People and Success!

Title: Grant Accountant
Job ID: 27560715
Industry: Healthcare
Location: Denver, CO


Duration: 6.5 months (w/possible extension or conversion to FTE)
Pay Rate Range: Depends on Experience


Responsibilities:


· Facility in Denver seeks F/T Grant Accountant for long-term contract opportunity to start ASAP.


· Assist with bookkeeping, invoicing, data entry and journal entries for Lawson upgrade.


Required Qualifications:


· Experience specific to Grant Accounting.


· Bachelor’s degree in Accounting.


· 3+ years of relevant experience.


· Proficient with all Microsoft programs.


Preferred Qualifications:


· CPA and/or Grant Management training


· Background in Lawson/Lawson General Ledger


 


To Apply:
We will not respond to everyone personally - qualified candidates will be contacted for a screening. Please submit your resume in a Word document.


 


 


 


 


 



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Job Description


ENTRY LEVEL POSITION, NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY


Nonprofit Representative Opening!
We work a little differently to most companies. We believe in training all of our people from the ground level up and giving people the opportunity they deserve based on their results, work ethic and attitude, rather than their experience.

Over the past years, we have had tremendous success in developing people with no experience into becoming sales and marketing experts and are looking to give up to 10 individuals the same opportunity.



About us:
We are a fast-paced sales and marketing company located in Phoenix, representing some of the worlds most loved Nonprofit Organizations. We generate new customers and brand awareness for our clients through use of our highly effective direct sales and marketing team.


Job duties:
- Increasing clients brand awareness through promotional events


- Working within a top performing team
- Maintaining and managing good customer relations
- Generating new customers on face to face basis



Don't miss this opportunity!

-Entry level full-time position, Monday through Friday schedule


-Base Salary + Uncapped Commissions +Bonuses


-W2

If you fit what we are looking for, we want to meet you ASAP.
Don't miss your chance to start a rewarding career today


Company Description

Our team is packed with individuals who are passionate and optimistic about what they do. Their energy will inspire you. Source MPC is changing the world by sparking personal conversations on behalf of companies and nonprofits with the drive to do serious social good. Our top priority is making the world better, and it drives us to succeed.
We create impact by building tailored person-to-person outreach initiatives that allow us to be an on-the-ground presence for nonprofits and other companies that aspire to do good. We take a multifaceted approach to all our campaigns, ensuring that we meet people where they are. This personal approach allows us to build strong bonds with people and increase the influence of the causes we represent.


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Greenpeace is the largest global and independent nonprofit advocacy organization. As part of our mission, we challenge the systems of power and privilege that destroy our environment and place disproportionate burdens on vulnerable communities. We welcome, value, and rely on a diversity of people, cultural experiences, and perspectives to defend the natural world and promote peace. We investigate, expose, and confront environmental abuse, champion environmentally responsible solutions, and advocate for the rights and well being of all people.


Our movement is inclusive, people-powered, and collective, and we are hiring Frontline Representatives (canvassers) to join our grassroots face-to-face fundraising and member recruitment program! Team members work together in communities to connect with members of the public and provide them the opportunity to donate and support the work Greenpeace does. We work to expand our outreach by contacting people in areas that directly experience the effects of issues like Climate Change and empower them to stand with us to demand change!


We canvass to recruit Greenpeace donors, advocate for the environment, and build the people power necessary to resist and work on campaigns to save our forests, protect our oceans, keep our communities free of toxic chemicals, and defend democracy under an Administration that clearly does not respect environmental or human rights. We've been campaigning for a green and peaceful future for over 45 years — and we're not stopping now. It's time to rise up like never before and fight for our communities, our coasts, and our climate!


 


Compensation/Benefits:



  • $15 per hour plus performance bonus (with paid on the job training)

  • Medical, vision, and dental coverage as well as a 401k (after 90 days)

  • Life insurance, disability coverage and employee assistance programs for staff

  • Paid time off for sick, vacation, and personal leave (after 90 days)

  • Subsidies for employees that choose to ride mass transit to work


A qualified candidate has the following:



  • Dedication to social justice, and how it relates to environmental justice

  • Outstanding communication and listening skills

  • A commitment to non-violence as a means of affecting change

  • Fundraising, canvassing, sales, or customer service experience

  • A desire to try something new!

  • A passion for making a difference!


 


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


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


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Job Description


Our client, a well-known non profit organization, is seeking a Senior Accountant to join their team. The position reports to the Director of Finance and supervises the Finance and Administrative Specialist. This position is a member of the Finance team that ensures the organization’s resources are managed efficiently and effectively. Responsibilities of the Senior Accountant include ensuring the sound development, implementation, maintenance and coordination of all policies and procedures within the finance and administrative operations.


 


Preferred candidates will be detail oriented with excellent analytical, problem solving and organizational skills coupled with strong interpersonal skills and a customer service focus.


 


Duties and Responsibilities


· Manage day-to-day accounting operations to ensure timely and accurate financial records including A/P, A/R, payroll, bank deposits and monthly reconciliations.


o Review and approve accounting activities of staff, recommending corrective action as needed.


o Review and approve hourly and semi-monthly payroll entry to payroll processor.


o Act as a liaison between departments, analyzing procedures, resolving problems, and recommending process improvements.


o Maintain data base security and accuracy, evaluating and recommending improvements to the transaction processing model.


· Oversee the monthly close, including the general ledger and all subsidiary ledgers, cost allocations, account reconciliations and financial statements.


· Create and maintain internal control and safeguards for receipt of revenue, expenditures and financial records.


· Manage fixed assets including review of purchases ensuring proper classification and available funding.


· Monitor emerging technology to increase efficiencies without sacrificing accuracy and accountability.


· Assist with annual budget process.


· Assist with preparation of year end external audit schedules and preparation of Form 990.


 


QUALIFICATIONS AND PREREQUISITES


Education:


· Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Business Administration or Finance.


Prior Work Experience:


· At least five years of general ledger accounting experience required.


· Interest in and/or understanding of the nonprofit community.


· Experience supervising/directing clerical and entry-level accounting staff.


Technical Knowledge Required:


· Knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) and understanding of management accounting methods and cost allocation procedures.


· Comfort with technology; experience working with various computer and financial programs and platforms.


· Excellent Excel skills.


· Familiarity with Form 990.


Other:


· Ability to work under pressure and handle multiple projects simultaneously while meeting deadlines.


· Excellent organizational skills.


· Strong attention to detail.


· Mature level of judgement and decision making in a changing environment.


· Well-developed oral and written communication skills with a customer friendly, responsive attitude for both internal and external stakeholders.


· Personal qualities of integrity, credibility and an ability to maintain strict confidentiality.


 


Company Description

Siino & Associates is a leading provider of search and staffing services for accounting and finance professionals.
You always work with a strategic partner who understands your sense of urgency as well as your objectives, technical skills, and culture. Our recruiters are armed with the in-depth industry knowledge and experience to properly qualify candidates and efficiently fill positions with candidates that are an ideal match.


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Greenpeace is the largest global and independent nonprofit advocacy organization. As part of our mission, we challenge the systems of power and privilege that destroy our environment and place disproportionate burdens on vulnerable communities. We welcome, value, and rely on a diversity of people, cultural experiences, and perspectives to defend the natural world and promote peace. We investigate, expose, and confront environmental abuse, champion environmentally responsible solutions, and advocate for the rights and well being of all people.


Our movement is inclusive, people-powered, and collective, and we are hiring Frontline Representatives (canvassers) to join our grassroots face-to-face fundraising and member recruitment program! Team members work together in communities to connect with members of the public and provide them the opportunity to donate and support the work Greenpeace does. We work to expand our outreach by contacting people in areas that directly experience the effects of issues like Climate Change and empower them to stand with us to demand change!


We canvass to recruit Greenpeace donors, advocate for the environment, and build the people power necessary to resist and work on campaigns to save our forests, protect our oceans, keep our communities free of toxic chemicals, and defend democracy under an Administration that clearly does not respect environmental or human rights. We've been campaigning for a green and peaceful future for over 45 years — and we're not stopping now. It's time to rise up like never before and fight for our communities, our coasts, and our climate!


 


Compensation/Benefits:



  • $15 per hour plus performance bonus (with paid on the job training)

  • Medical, vision, and dental coverage as well as a 401k (after 90 days)

  • Life insurance, disability coverage and employee assistance programs for staff

  • Paid time off for sick, vacation, and personal leave (after 90 days)

  • Subsidies for employees that choose to ride mass transit to work


A qualified candidate has the following:



  • Dedication to social justice, and how it relates to environmental justice

  • Outstanding communication and listening skills

  • A commitment to non-violence as a means of affecting change

  • Fundraising, canvassing, sales, or customer service experience

  • A desire to try something new!

  • A passion for making a difference!


 


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


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


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Job Description


Nonprofit Volunteer Coordinator


A Local, Non-Profit Organization Little Rock company is looking for a Volunteer Coordinator.


The candidate MUST have two years of college education or the equivalent in a social service related field.


The candidate will be working with staff to develop and maintain a volunteer culture, manage and maintain database and schedule, document process of volunteers, monitor volunteer inquiries, and oversee volunteer recruitment.


Must have good communication, people and phone skills as well as be familiar with computer programs such as Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook.


Hours will be varied Sunday through Saturday 8:00 AM until 6:00 PM


Pay will be $12.00 to $13.00 depending on experience


No Phone Calls - Please submit your resume for consideration


angelab@allaboutstaffinginc.com



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Job Description


Do you love nonprofits and the work they do?


Do you have tax preparation and/or bookkeeping experience?


Are you comfortable taking a leading, advocating role with a customer or client?


Do you like the idea of working with the best team anywhere?


If so, read on...


Foundation Group helps new nonprofits get started, and existing nonprofits to operate effectively and in compliance with both the law and best practices. The Tax Associate (TA) will work in Foundation Group’s Compliance Department, assisting our nonprofit, tax-exempt clients with state and federal annual information return (Form 990) preparation and other related services. The TA works within established procedures but with relative independence in carrying out duties under limited supervision. Advice and leadership are available from supervisor for complex or questionable matters or those requiring authorization. Detailed instructions are provided for difficult or unusual assignments.


The ideal candidate for this position will possess the following qualities:



  • Tax preparation and/or bookkeeping experience

  • Thorough understanding of standard financial statements

  • Strong interest in nonprofits

  • Excellent analytical skills

  • Strong time management ability

  • Keen attention to detail

  • Ability to work independently while comfortable asking for further direction or assistance

  • Ability to comfortably communicate directly with clients

  • Experience with investment accounting ideal


Responsibilities:



  • Prepare IRS Form 990 for clients

  • Research / knowledge of federal and state tax-exemption compliance requirements

  • Technology use for client management & workflow accomplishments

  • Paperless document management environment - create final filing documents for clients

  • Other duties as assigned (cross-training for all FG client support roles)


Other information:


  • This is an in-house position only...no telecommuting. We welcome applicants from outside the Nashville, TN area, but Foundation Group does not provide relocation assistance.

Minimum Qualifications:



  • 2 years of direct accounting/tax responsibilities, preferably working with external clients. Internal accounting experience will be considered.

  • Working knowledge of double-entry accounting and financial statements (balance sheet / P & L)

  • Experience working with nonprofit organizations is preferred, but not required.

  • Must be comfortable working with a large, remote client base (national clientele).


Minimum Education:


  • 2 years post-secondary education; Associate's or Bachelor's degree preferred.

Company Description

The Foundation Group provides professional formation and governmental compliance services to charities and other nonprofits. Founded in 1995, we have helped establish over 18,000 nonprofits from coast to coast and work with thousands annually, assisting them in incorporation, IRS tax-exemption and related services.

As a Christian-owned company of over 25 team members, this is not your typical corporate environment. We are a growing family of passionate professionals who are committed to giving a 110% effort for our clients and, in equal measure, to creating a workplace we look forward to coming to every Monday morning. If you share those ideals, we welcome you to apply.

Our Mission:
Inspiring and Empowering Nonprofit Success!

Foundation Group's core commitments :
- To advance the unique strength and effectiveness of America's nonprofits to positively impact the global community
- To provide a path for our clients to achieve their dream and their mission through establishing a firm foundation and adhering to the principles of transparency, compliance and best practices
- To work toward the long-term growth and success of our clients, our company, and our team members
- To encourage and honor through our efforts the Biblical principles of charity (Matthew 22:39, I Corinthians 13:13, Philippians 2:3, 1 Peter 3:8)


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Job Description


NonProfit Account Manager


 


We are a for-profit company that specializes in non-profit representation. Currently, we are seeking to expand our client base and extend our brand within the US.


 


We are looking for candidates to train at an entry level while cross-training to a management position in order to take on new clients and run their own team. We are looking for candidates with previous customer service experience and a passion of non-profits.


 


Our corporate culture is tight-knit and hard-working and values building personal relationships, not only with clients, but within our company as well.


 


NOTE: THIS IS NOT A CALL CENTER!!!


 


 


 


Best of luck!


 


Company Description

We are a boutique marketing firm specializing in non profit business development. We enjoy helping others while enjoying a fresh, positive work environment. We are enjoying a budget increase as business is booming and we are looking for fresh talent to take us to a higher level.


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Job Description


eLearning Content Developer


POSITION OVERVIEW


Nonprofit group located in Washington, DC area is seeking an on-site (not telecommuting) eLearning Content Developer to join their rapidly growing team. The eLearning Content Developer will focus on developing online training modules, partnering with subject matter experts, updating existing online content, managing the development timeline, and assessing the content relevancy to keep the content up-to-date. The ideal candidate will be comfortable creating eLearning modules, creating and editing eLearning elements, managing the course delivery through an LMS, and have a can-do attitude.


RESPONSIBILITIES


The eLearning Content Developer’s primary job responsibilities will include:



  • Developing new eLearning content and online course modules

  • Working collaboratively with SMEs in creating storyboards/scripts and production-ready content

  • Manage the annual updates for existing eLearning programs

  • Partnering with internal teams to produce high quality eLearning content

  • Assisting with managing the delivery of courses through the LMS

  • Collaborating with other members of the education development and training team to brainstorm, problem-solve, and review each other’s work

  • Partnering with the creative team to create new assets for courses and program delivery

  • Assisting with management of course development projects including scoping the required resources and timeline to meet project timelines with quality results

  • Producing quality eLearning course material, including course design documents, course outlines, course descriptions, PowerPoint slides, diagrams, interactive exercises, and assessments

  • Designing measurement instruments and creating advanced learning activities questions for quizzes and certification exams


REQUIREMENTS



  • Bachelor's Degree

  • 2-5 years eLearning experience

  • Intermediate knowledge of Articulate Storyline or similar elearning authoring tools

  • Intermediate knowledge of Learning Management Systems

  • Understanding of structured writing techniques, modular content development and the instructional development lifecycle

  • A track record of designing and creating compelling, training courses for audiences that include customers and employees

  • Strong communication, writing, design, and project management skills

  • Strong interpersonal skills; can interact professionally with varied audiences

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

  • Ability to multitask in a fast-paced team environment while seeking input from others

  • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail

  • Proficient in MS Office tools


We offer a great work environment, competitive salary and benefits package, and the opportunity to join a nonprofit industry leader. Are you ready to be challenged? If you are looking for an opportunity to join a company that possesses great stability, while ready to advance further into your career, rush your resume, salary expectations, and a link to your portfolio using this site’s application tool. We look forward to hearing from you!


 


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Our Client is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


 


Keywords: Instructional Designer, Instructional Designer, Articulate Storyline


Company Description

Our employee benefits include:

• Health and Dental insurance
• Life, LTD, STD insurance
• 401(k) plan
• Defined Benefit pension plan
• Flexible Spending Account
• 10 paid holidays
• Paid Time Off (18 days of PTO earned per calendar year)
• Two Hour Personal Allotment (the association provides two hours of allotted personal time per calendar month to each employee)
• Parental Leave, Bereavement Leave, Jury Duty Leave, Military Leave
• Commuting Expense Reimbursement (currently $90, covers monthly parking at 100%, or can be put onto a registered SmarTrip card for Metrorail, Metrobus, etc.)


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Greenpeace is the largest global and independent nonprofit advocacy organization. As part of our mission, we challenge the systems of power and privilege that destroy our environment and place disproportionate burdens on vulnerable communities. We welcome, value, and rely on a diversity of people, cultural experiences, and perspectives to defend the natural world and promote peace. We investigate, expose, and confront environmental abuse, champion environmentally responsible solutions, and advocate for the rights and well being of all people.


Our movement is inclusive, people-powered, and collective, and we are hiring Frontline Representatives (canvassers) to join our grassroots face-to-face fundraising and member recruitment program! Team members work together in communities to connect with members of the public and provide them the opportunity to donate and support the work Greenpeace does. We work to expand our outreach by contacting people in areas that directly experience the effects of issues like Climate Change and empower them to stand with us to demand change!


We canvass to recruit Greenpeace donors, advocate for the environment, and build the people power necessary to resist and work on campaigns to save our forests, protect our oceans, keep our communities free of toxic chemicals, and defend democracy under an Administration that clearly does not respect environmental or human rights. We've been campaigning for a green and peaceful future for over 45 years — and we're not stopping now. It's time to rise up like never before and fight for our communities, our coasts, and our climate!


 


Compensation/Benefits:



  • $15 per hour plus performance bonus (with paid on the job training)

  • Medical, vision, and dental coverage as well as a 401k (after 90 days)

  • Life insurance, disability coverage and employee assistance programs for staff

  • Paid time off for sick, vacation, and personal leave (after 90 days)

  • Subsidies for employees that choose to ride mass transit to work


A qualified candidate has the following:



  • Dedication to social justice, and how it relates to environmental justice

  • Outstanding communication and listening skills

  • A commitment to non-violence as a means of affecting change

  • Fundraising, canvassing, sales, or customer service experience

  • A desire to try something new!

  • A passion for making a difference!


 


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


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


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Job Description


About Tech Impact


Tech Impact is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to help other nonprofits use technology to better serve our community. Our services enable nonprofits to plan for, implement and effectively use technology tools to achieve their organizational goals. We have offices in Philadelphia PA, Wilmington DE, and Las Vegas NV and have been delivering services since 2003 to thousands of national and international nonprofit organizations. Tech Impact clients range from 5 to 600 staff.


 


Role and Responsibilities


The Sales Associate will be responsible for developing qualified client leads through online, phone and in person methods in order to sell Tech Impact services. The Sales Associate will utilize existing tools to nurture leads through the sales process and deliver proposals for technology services including Managed IT Support, network, and desktop projects, cloud planning and migration projects and VoIP phone services. The Sales Associate is responsible to follow up with prospects to win contracts. Sales goals will be set annually and reviewed quarterly.


Preferred Skills


The candidate must possess:


· Superb organizational skills and ability to work independently


· Excellent verbal and written communications skills


· Understanding of nonprofit community


· Ability to interface with a technical team to refine sales proposals


· MS Office and other standard office applications experience


· Microsoft Office 365 and other cloud technologies


· MSP experience is preferred


 


The Sales Associate will host events in DC Metro market and attend events outside of the area occasionally.


 


Please include Technology Services Sales Associate in the subject line of your email.


BENEFITS


We offer a generous benefits package!


Other Duties


Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change at any time with or without notice.


Employment Policy


As an equal opportunity employer, Tech Impact embraces diversity and does not discriminate in employment on the basis of age, race, color, creed, sex, gender identity, religion, marital status, veteran’s status, national origin, disability, or sexual orientation.


 


ADA SPECIFICATIONS (Physical demands that must be met in order to successfully complete the essential functions of the job) – must be able to lift up to 25 pounds.


The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by the individual(s) assigned to this position. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, and skills required. Management reserves the right to modify, add, or remove duties and to assign other duties as necessary. In addition, reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this position.


Company Description

Tech Impact is a nonprofit whose mission is to empower communities and nonprofits to use technology to better serve our world.
www.techimpact.org
www.itworks.org
www.cxworks.org
www.punchcode.org


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Job Description


Are you a Finance Professional open to temporary opportunities? 


Do you have experience in the nonprofit sector or are you passionate about working for a mission-driven organization? 


 


PNP STAFFING GROUP is here to connect you with your next opportunity!


We are currently in search of Finance Professionals for consideration in exciting temporary opportunities in the non-profit sector!


We are seeking individuals with prior experience in all levels of accounting with previous titles such as:



  • Accounting Assistant/Coordinator

  • Accounts Payable Clerk

  • Accounts Receivable Clerk

  • Bookkeeper

  • Controller

  • Staff Accountant

  • Senior Accountant

  • Grants Accountant

  • Chief Financial Officer


Company Description

PNP Staffing Group, also known as Professionals for Nonprofits, was one of the first recruiting and staffing firms providing Temp/Temp-To-Hire, Interim Professionals, Executive Search, Direct Hire, and Consulting Services exclusively to support the talent needs of nonprofits, associations & social good organizations around the country.

Our Recruiting and Client Service Teams are comprised of experienced staffing professionals and Account Managers with extensive knowledge of the nonprofit sector.

The principals of our firm have extensive careers in senior executive leadership positions in the sector and are thought leaders in the areas of human capital expansion, talent acquisition and nonprofit leadership.

Our goal is simple – to recruit the best talent to help nonprofits around the country do great things and advance their missions. We are driven, highly creative in our approach, resourceful in sourcing the marketplace for top talent, and diligent about providing the very best services to our clients who inspire us to do this work.


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Greenpeace is the largest global and independent nonprofit advocacy organization. As part of our mission, we challenge the systems of power and privilege that destroy our environment and place disproportionate burdens on vulnerable communities. We welcome, value, and rely on a diversity of people, cultural experiences, and perspectives to defend the natural world and promote peace. We investigate, expose, and confront environmental abuse, champion environmentally responsible solutions, and advocate for the rights and well being of all people.


Our movement is inclusive, people-powered, and collective, and we are hiring Frontline Representatives (canvassers) to join our grassroots face-to-face fundraising and member recruitment program! Team members work together in communities to connect with members of the public and provide them the opportunity to donate and support the work Greenpeace does. We work to expand our outreach by contacting people in areas that directly experience the effects of issues like Climate Change and empower them to stand with us to demand change!


We canvass to recruit Greenpeace donors, advocate for the environment, and build the people power necessary to resist and work on campaigns to save our forests, protect our oceans, keep our communities free of toxic chemicals, and defend democracy under an Administration that clearly does not respect environmental or human rights. We've been campaigning for a green and peaceful future for over 45 years — and we're not stopping now. It's time to rise up like never before and fight for our communities, our coasts, and our climate!


 


Compensation/Benefits:



  • $15.25 per hour plus performance bonus (with paid on the job training)

  • Medical, vision, and dental coverage as well as a 401k (after 90 days)

  • Life insurance, disability coverage and employee assistance programs for staff

  • Paid time off for sick, vacation, and personal leave (after 90 days)

  • Subsidies for employees that choose to ride mass transit to work


A qualified candidate has the following:



  • Dedication to social justice, and how it relates to environmental justice

  • Outstanding communication and listening skills

  • A commitment to non-violence as a means of affecting change

  • Fundraising, canvassing, sales, or customer service experience

  • A desire to try something new!

  • A passion for making a difference!


 


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


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


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Greenpeace is the largest global and independent nonprofit advocacy organization. As part of our mission, we challenge the systems of power and privilege that destroy our environment and place disproportionate burdens on vulnerable communities. We welcome, value, and rely on a diversity of people, cultural experiences, and perspectives to defend the natural world and promote peace. We investigate, expose, and confront environmental abuse, champion environmentally responsible solutions, and advocate for the rights and well being of all people.


Our movement is inclusive, people-powered, and collective, and we are hiring Frontline Representatives (canvassers) to join our grassroots face-to-face fundraising and member recruitment program! Team members work together in communities to connect with members of the public and provide them the opportunity to donate and support the work Greenpeace does. We work to expand our outreach by contacting people in areas that directly experience the effects of issues like Climate Change and empower them to stand with us to demand change!


We canvass to recruit Greenpeace donors, advocate for the environment, and build the people power necessary to resist and work on campaigns to save our forests, protect our oceans, keep our communities free of toxic chemicals, and defend democracy under an Administration that clearly does not respect environmental or human rights. We've been campaigning for a green and peaceful future for over 45 years — and we're not stopping now. It's time to rise up like never before and fight for our communities, our coasts, and our climate!


 


Compensation/Benefits:



  • $15 per hour plus performance bonus (with paid on the job training)

  • Medical, vision, and dental coverage as well as a 401k (after 90 days)

  • Life insurance, disability coverage and employee assistance programs for staff

  • Paid time off for sick, vacation, and personal leave (after 90 days)

  • Subsidies for employees that choose to ride mass transit to work


A qualified candidate has the following:



  • Dedication to social justice, and how it relates to environmental justice

  • Outstanding communication and listening skills

  • A commitment to non-violence as a means of affecting change

  • Fundraising, canvassing, sales, or customer service experience

  • A desire to try something new!

  • A passion for making a difference!


 


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


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


See full job description

Greenpeace is the largest global and independent nonprofit advocacy organization. As part of our mission, we challenge the systems of power and privilege that destroy our environment and place disproportionate burdens on vulnerable communities. We welcome, value, and rely on a diversity of people, cultural experiences, and perspectives to defend the natural world and promote peace. We investigate, expose, and confront environmental abuse, champion environmentally responsible solutions, and advocate for the rights and well being of all people.


Our movement is inclusive, people-powered, and collective, and we are hiring Frontline Representatives (canvassers) to join our grassroots face-to-face fundraising and member recruitment program! Team members work together in communities to connect with members of the public and provide them the opportunity to donate and support the work Greenpeace does. We work to expand our outreach by contacting people in areas that directly experience the effects of issues like Climate Change and empower them to stand with us to demand change!


We canvass to recruit Greenpeace donors, advocate for the environment, and build the people power necessary to resist and work on campaigns to save our forests, protect our oceans, keep our communities free of toxic chemicals, and defend democracy under an Administration that clearly does not respect environmental or human rights. We've been campaigning for a green and peaceful future for over 45 years — and we're not stopping now. It's time to rise up like never before and fight for our communities, our coasts, and our climate!


 


Compensation/Benefits:



  • $15 per hour plus performance bonus (with paid on the job training)

  • Medical, vision, and dental coverage as well as a 401k (after 90 days)

  • Life insurance, disability coverage and employee assistance programs for staff

  • Paid time off for sick, vacation, and personal leave (after 90 days)

  • Subsidies for employees that choose to ride mass transit to work


A qualified candidate has the following:



  • Dedication to social justice, and how it relates to environmental justice

  • Outstanding communication and listening skills

  • A commitment to non-violence as a means of affecting change

  • Fundraising, canvassing, sales, or customer service experience

  • A desire to try something new!

  • A passion for making a difference!


 


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


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


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Job Description


St. Mary’s Academy, Oregon’s premier college-preparatory Catholic high school for young women and oldest continuously operating high school in the state, is on the brink of launching the largest ever capital campaign in its 160-year history.  This campaign will double the current footprint of the St. Mary’s Academy campus in downtown Portland and create opportunities for expanded and enhanced academic programs across the curriculum and especially in the STEAM arena, state of the art athletic facilities, women’s leadership initiatives, and whole mind/body wellness. 


 


To support this endeavor, the St. Mary’s Academy will be adding a seasoned, motivated and creative fundraising expert to its existing team.  The development department offers a professional, team-oriented workplace, consisting of a group of specialists who work collaboratively, have high standards, and have fun supporting the mission of St. Mary’s Academy.


SUMMARY:


The Director of Annual and Individual Giving is an integral part of the St. Mary’s Academy development department and reports to the Vice President for Development. This position is responsible for the strategic leadership and implementation of all aspects of the individual giving program including multi-channel annual campaigns, stewardship of scholarship donors, foundation and corporate grant writing for scholarship support, and maintaining a portfolio of leadership gift prospects ($1000-$5000 donors).  This is a full-time, salaried, exempt, 12-month position.


Primary Responsibilities:


Working closely with the Director of Major Gifts and Director of Leadership Giving, design and implement a multi-year strategic development plan to grow unrestricted support for the school and increase participation across constituent types


Annual Campaign (60%)



  • Develop the annual strategy and lead the day-to-day work plan for the annual giving program

  • Lead volunteer recruitment, training and recognition for annual giving activities including alumnae, parents, and corporate partners

  • Develop and implement the strategy to improve acquisition, renewal and pledge fulfillment

  • Develop and implement the multi-channel (mail, phone, email, social media) mass solicitation strategies to increase giving and participation

  • Manage a portfolio of leadership level gift prospects and develop pipeline of major gifts prospects in coordination with Associate Director of Development and Major Gifts Officers

  • Develop and implement strategies to encourage increased leadership giving

  • Identify best practices, opportunity for capacity building and growth, solicitation strategies and stewardship for the annual giving program

  • Grow and expand the Reunion Giving program

  • Grow and expand corporate and small foundation grants program focused on scholarships


Leadership gifts (25%)



  • Manage a portfolio of leadership level gift prospects and develop pipeline of major gifts prospects in coordination with Associate Director of Development and Major Gifts Officers

  • Develop and implement strategies to encourage increased leadership giving

  • Identify best practices, opportunity for capacity building and growth, solicitation strategies and stewardship for the annual giving program

  • Grow and expand the Reunion Giving program

  • Grow and expand corporate and small foundation grants program focused on scholarships


Grants and other fundraising (15%)



  • Grow and expand the Reunion Giving program

  • Grow and expand corporate and small foundation grants program focused on scholarships ($5-$50,000)

  • Other duties as assigned by the Vice President for Development


Qualifications and Skills:



  • 5+ years of fundraising experience and bachelor’s degree

  • Strong writing skills, with experience in writing engaging and persuasive appeals

  • Proven record of successful annual giving results

  • Ability to build strong relationships with a range of individuals

  • Ability to manage and prioritize multiple tasks with attention to detail

  • Commitment to donor-centered fundraising and exemplary follow-through

  • Microsoft Office and web proficiency; Raiser’s Edge experience desired

  • Excellent communication skills; written and verbal

  • Desire to work under deadlines in a dynamic, fast-paced, entrepreneurial environment

  • Ability to maintain confidentiality of sensitive materials

  • Self-directed, team player, accountable for scope of responsibility

  • Willingness to work some evenings and weekends

  • Desire to support the mission of St. Mary’s Academy


Salary and Benefits:


Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience. Salary information is available through Nonprofit Professionals Now and in the interview process.  Excellent benefits include medical, dental and vision coverage, retirement (7%), life insurance, holidays, vacation and sick leave.


To Apply:


Nonprofit Professionals Now is happy to be working with St. Mary’s Academy on this important position.  Please review the full job description at:  www.wvdo-or.hiringthing.com and complete the application process with resume, cover letter and screening questions.  Application Deadline: April 29, 2019.  All applications will be thoroughly reviewed, and candidates contacted promptly. 



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Job Description


Program Management and General Operations


· Develop and execute program strategy for Adult Reentry Program.


· Manages staff and office structure including day to day functions to ensure the efficient operation of the office, helping to foster an environment of learning, teamwork, and cooperation throughout the organization


· Monitoring the production of agency-related documents such as procurement of contracts, workflow and deadlines, and record maintenance.


· Prepares all programmatic reports including data reports and evaluations along with narrative reports for timely submission.


· Develops and implements organizational procedures, practices and policies for staff.


· Conducts field visits with Case Managers, Mentor Coordinators, Job Developers, mentors, volunteers to stay abreast of all programmatic activities and to discuss and resolve any and all concerns.


· Performing the duties of a Case Managers and other staff members when necessary and provide quality assurance guidelines for program staff members.


· Works with the community, local businesses and business councils, educational and training institutions and consultants in completing agency projects.


· Ensuring that the leadership philosophy is maintained and practiced in the work place.


· Revising, updating, and ensuring the implementation of the program model.


· Develops and maintains a Standard Operation Procedures Manual for the Adult Reentry Program.


· Participates in all logistics/event planning for Board, staff, and member meetings and workshops, the annual retreat and planning meetings.


 


Accounting and Finance


· Develops financial recommendations and leads staff in long-term financial planning as needed.


· In coordination with the bookkeeper, reviews quarterly financial reports for the review and approval of the Executive Director. Ensures accuracy and timeliness of such statements.


· Reviews financial reporting with the bookkeeper and/or Executive Director as needed.


 


Human Resources (HR)


· Maintains employee policies, procedures, and employee files.


· Provides new hire training and employee evaluations.


· Ensures that all activities of the organization are in compliance with internal and external rules, regulations, policies, contracts, and laws.


· Signs off on all payroll timesheets prior to payout.


· Reviews and updates the Personnel Manual with the Executive Director on an annual basis or as needed.


 


Qualifications/Skills/Knowledge:


· 5 years of program development and execution in a nonprofit setting.


· Solid understanding of nonprofit programs, fundraising, and operations. Grant-writing experience preferred.


· Communication skills: Excellent presentation and writing skills. Excellent communication skills interfacing with members, staff, and Board; both written and oral. Plan and execute communication strategy. Develop weekly newsletters and maintain member database. Recruit and manage social media volunteer.


· Marketing skills: Experience developing, implementing and evaluation marketing strategies and campaigns. Market the program and recruit participants.


· Creativity/Innovation: Ability to translate the sustainability demands of the business community into cost-effective program offerings for Adult Reentry Program and other programs.


· Relationship Building: Experience in partnership development and management. Develop partnerships to advance Adult Reentry’s mission while meeting organizational fundraising goals.


· Contribute to fundraising activities such as grant-writing and sponsorship development.


· Organization: Detail-oriented with a strong work ethic and results- oriented attitude. Excellent organizational skills with strong attention to detail and accuracy. The ability to coordinate and present information in a consistent, organized, and accurate fashion.


· Leadership: Self-starter, entrepreneurial individual with strong passion for change and motivation, capable of leading projects and people.


· Computer skills: tech and web savvy and a quick learner. Proficient in MS Office, including MS Word, Access, Excel and QuickBooks.


· The ability to understand, analyze, and communicate financial data.


 


· Ability to multi-task, prioritize daily activities to meet competing deadlines and to work independently.


 


· Willingness and flexibility to take on new responsibilities and support duties of fellow staff members.


 


· Self-directed and organized individual.


 


· Ability to prosper in a team environment.


 


· Bachelor’s Degree and experience of at least 5 years of proven office administration, management, accounting



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Greenpeace is the largest global and independent nonprofit advocacy organization. As part of our mission, we challenge the systems of power and privilege that destroy our environment and place disproportionate burdens on vulnerable communities. We welcome, value, and rely on a diversity of people, cultural experiences, and perspectives to defend the natural world and promote peace. We investigate, expose, and confront environmental abuse, champion environmentally responsible solutions, and advocate for the rights and well being of all people.


Our movement is inclusive, people-powered, and collective, and we are hiring Frontline Representatives (canvassers) to join our grassroots face-to-face fundraising and member recruitment program! Team members work together in communities to connect with members of the public and provide them the opportunity to donate and support the work Greenpeace does. We work to expand our outreach by contacting people in areas that directly experience the effects of issues like Climate Change and empower them to stand with us to demand change!


We canvass to recruit Greenpeace donors, advocate for the environment, and build the people power necessary to resist and work on campaigns to save our forests, protect our oceans, keep our communities free of toxic chemicals, and defend democracy under an Administration that clearly does not respect environmental or human rights. We've been campaigning for a green and peaceful future for over 45 years — and we're not stopping now. It's time to rise up like never before and fight for our communities, our coasts, and our climate!


 


Compensation/Benefits:



  • $15 per hour plus performance bonus (with paid on the job training)

  • Medical, vision, and dental coverage as well as a 401k (after 90 days)

  • Life insurance, disability coverage and employee assistance programs for staff

  • Paid time off for sick, vacation, and personal leave (after 90 days)

  • Subsidies for employees that choose to ride mass transit to work


A qualified candidate has the following:



  • Dedication to social justice, and how it relates to environmental justice

  • Outstanding communication and listening skills

  • A commitment to non-violence as a means of affecting change

  • Fundraising, canvassing, sales, or customer service experience

  • A desire to try something new!

  • A passion for making a difference!


 


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


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


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