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Available Opportunities

Manager of Shelter Programs

Job Type:
Other Manager (CFO, Marketing, etc)
Agency:
The Action Center
Job posted on:
29 Jul 2014
Job starts on:
25 Aug 2014
Contact Name:
Pam McPhee
Email:
Phone:
303-237-7704
Fax:
 
Address:
8755 W 14th Ave, Lakewood, Colorado 80215-4863
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Email resume and cover letter to: jobs@theactioncenterco.org Currently interviewing - please apply as soon as possible but no later than August 6, 2014. •Masters of Social Work or related degree OR Bachelors degree in a related field with a minimum of four years of full-time direct client work in human services •Minimum of one year staff management experience •At least two years of casework experience related to working with at-risk or homeless individuals and families AND 1-2 years experience in program development and enhancement •Excellent organizational, crisis management and decision making skills •Flexible and able to respond appropriately in challenging situations •Problem solving skills, ability to assess situations, identify cause, generate solutions and make constructive recommendations •Ability to manage crisis independently, exercise initiative, relate well with others and build effective collaborations •Excellent computer skills including Word, Excel, and databases •Bilingual in Spanish a plus •Computer skills necessary to enter client information into a computer database (HMIS), comfortable with Word and Excel
General Job Description:
Full-time, exempt. Mon/Tues/Thurs/Fri 1:00pm-9:30pm and Wed 8:30am -5:00pm. Schedule may vary. On-call as needed for phone consultations on weekends and overnights. Responsible for the management of the shelter program including the supervision of staff, volunteers, interns and clients. Oversee all client intakes and discharges from the shelter. Supervise clients in the program, provide case management, facilitate groups, maintain shelter policies and procedures, maintain records, prepare reports, manage facility, and coordinate programming. •Oversee and manage all aspects of the Shelter Program, including Self-Sufficiency Program, Saturday lifeskills groups, and Aftercare Program •Manage outcome-based program, continually refine case management and wrap around programs •Maintain daily operations of the Shelter Program, ensuring client safety and provision of all necessary items and services to clients •Provide daily consultation on cases and crisis management, on-call assistance as needed to weekend and overnight shelter staff •Maintain all shelter program policies and procedures, and revise as needed. •Responsible for staff selection, supervision, meetings and training for the Shelter Program Team, including overnight Shelter Coordinators and Case Managers •Responsible for all statistics and expenditures of restricted and grant funds for shelter programs. Assist in grant applications and on-going grant reporting (such as HUD, ESG, EFSP, and community foundations), •Responsible for data collection systems (HMIS and proprietary systems), including trainings, developing expertise, generating and preparing reports and program statistics. Full competency in HMIS is required in 60 days. •Provide 1:1 counseling and case management with residents and help them develop their individual self sufficiency plan •Represent the Action Center to the community to build support for the mission, vision and goals. Attend and participate in organizational events such as Annual Meeting and Seasonal Prevention Programs

Program Manager for Middle School

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
YESS Institute
Job posted on:
29 Jul 2014
Job starts on:
25 Aug 2014
Contact Name:
YESS HR
Email:
Phone:
7203834630
Fax:
 
Address:
1029 Santa Fe Dr, Denver, Colorado 80204-3950
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Qualifications: • Bachelor’s degree in a related field or equivalent work experience required • At minimum 3 years experience working with secondary-school youth in a professional setting (middle school experience preferred) • Experience working in underperforming schools • Demonstrated commitment to, and understanding of, high-risk adolescents, positive youth development, and not-for-profit work • Strong classroom management skills • Demonstrated success in Inclusiveness (http://www.nonprofitinclusiveness.org) and working with populations of color, especially Latino communities • Bilingual in Spanish preferred, not required • Ability to work in a fast-paced, dynamic, informal environment • Self-motivated and initiative-driven, able to work both independently and in conjunction with team members. Demonstrate “Make it Happen” attitude. • Can work with little direction and/or supervision in school setting
General Job Description:
The YESS (Youth Empowerment Support Services) Program Manager facilitates and supports cultivating positive peer mentor and mentee relationships. The Program Manager coordinates the peer mentoring program through the YESS Institute, a dynamic not-for-profit youth agency that focuses on combining peer mentoring with emotional intelligence skill development and academic skill building to support disenfranchized youth to be successful in school and in life. Over 90% of all students served by YESS are students of color. This position will work in an Adams County School District 50 middle school classroom. The YESS Mentoring Program will target 6th through 8th graders. 7th and 8th grade middle school students will mentor several cohorts of 6th grade students 5 times a week during the school day in a classroom setting in the fields of academics and social emotional behaviors. Program manager and peer mentors will be addressing academic challenges to reduce truancy, expulsion and suspensions. The mentoring class will focus on improving behavior, academic success, leadership and communications skills. YESS Mentoring uses a combination of strategies to create Inclusive Peer Accountability Communities within each YESS classroom, supportive groups of pro-social peers designed to help dis-engaged students re-connect successfully to their school culture. The YESS Institute is developing its innovative school-engagement model into an evidence-based practice. Key Job Responsibilities: • Recruit, match, develop and oversee multiple classes of students and their peer mentors • Select, screen and interview mentors • Facilitate every aspect of the YESS Mentoring Program, including the YESS Institute social-emotional curriculum, academic skill-building, and individualized tutoring • Acting liaison between the schools, youth, parents, and partnering agencies Essential Job Duties: • Learn, understand and demonstrate the YESS Institute’s inclusive curriculum and philosophy in positive youth development • Facilitate/Teach every aspect of the YESS Mentoring Program, including but not limited to the YESS Institute social-emotional curriculum, academic skill-building, leadership and individualized tutoring o Create new lessons and curriculum as needed o Provide varied hands on and experiential activities • Ensure safe learning environment that develops group cohesion, enthusiasm, cultural understanding and trust • Create a safe trusting classroom environment for all YESS students • Develop and maintain effective relationships with ALL students • Problem-solve and coordinate individual success plans for ALL students • Work closely with the school’s attendance, behavioral, intervention and prevention teams • Create publicity within school and community: highlighting peer mentors’ student engagement, leadership abilities, and impact with mentees • Act as an educational advocate for all students in YESS program, including past students when necessary • Coach and support peer mentors in delivering the YESS Institute social-emotional curriculum and serving as positive role models within the school • Match selected mentors and mentees effectively to ensure maximum program impact • Maintain and track records, participant database, evaluation data and other required documentation of each student of every class period. • Communicate impact of program to parent and school stakeholders • Enhance parent engagement through culturally responsive techniques • Support multicultural leadership development of peer mentors • Collaborate with community resource partners to provide support to peer mentors in their academic advancement • Seek affordable community resources to support programs such as in-kind donations etc. • Professionally communicate and maintain harmonious relationships with school staff, program stakeholders, including the participants, participants’ parents, partnering agencies, and participating schools • Perform other duties as assigned by supervisor Work Schedule: This is a full time position with set hours Monday-Friday and occasional hours outside normal business hours. Compensation/Benefits: • Mid to high 30’s depending upon experience • Health benefits • Paid days off Application Process: If you meet the above qualifications and can fulfill the essential job duties, please send your resume, salary history, and cover letter to yessinstitute.hr@gmail.com. Please title the subject line of your e-mail YESS Program Manager 2014. Please no phone calls! Further Information: For more information about the YESS Institute, please visit our Web site at http://www.yessinstitute.org All employees or contractors are hired in accordance with equal employment policies. The YESS Institute will not make any employment-related decisions on the basis of an applicant's age, marital status, race, color, religious creed, handicap or disability, gender, or sexual orientation.

Deputy Director

Job Type:
Director
Agency:
Colorado Organization for Latina Opportunity and R
Job posted on:
29 Jul 2014
Job starts on:
15 Sep 2014
Contact Name:
Alicia Ybarra
Email:
Phone:
303-393-0382
Fax:
303-316-7772
 
Address:
PO Box 40991, Denver, Colorado 80204
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
QUALIFICATIONS: The successful candidate will be discrete, energetic, agile-minded, strategic, proactive, a direct communicator with solid written and oral communication skills, organized, and committed to the vision and values of COLOR. • At least 3-5 years of experience demonstrating progressive responsibility in a closely related field • Significant and relevant education and/or experience needed for this position. • Focus and flexibility as well as willingness to play an active role in all aspects of the organization • Strong interpersonal skills with a high level of integrity and sound judgment, and ability to communicate and work collaboratively across the organization, openly and with respect • Strong emotional intelligence • Self-motivated • Strong analytical skills • Tact and diplomacy • Strategic and financial analysis skills • Superior written and oral skills required, including proposal writing • Willingness to work hard and take direction—but also creatively solve problems for which the answers aren’t always obvious COLOR’s team is passionate, fun and dedicated to the reproductive justice movement. We’re a growing organization that is steeped in an appreciative culture.
General Job Description:
Colorado Organization for Latina Opportunity and Reproductive Rights (COLOR) is a sisterhood of Latinas, dedicated to building a movement of Latinas, their families and allies through leadership development, organizing and advocacy to create opportunity and achieve reproductive justice. Job Announcement: DEPUTY DIRECTOR COLOR seeks a committed, experienced individual who is passionate about the intersections of social justice and reproductive rights to join COLOR’s team as the Deputy Director. This position is a critically important role, serving as a thought partner to the Executive Director, strengthening the internal foundation that supports the Executive Director's significant external responsibilities and commitments to COLOR’s partners, funders, and the Board of Directors. The Deputy Director will be responsible for overseeing COLOR’s core programmatic work, ensuring that it remains impactful, innovative and high quality. This person will plan and direct key activities of the organization and will play a leading role in developing and motivating staff in a collaborative environment. This role is highly strategic and facilitative. PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE: Strategic Planning • Work closely with the Executive Director to provide guidance and strategic direction to the organization overall. Stand in for the Executive Director as needed. • Project & Programs Coordination: Ensure alignment among COLOR’s programs by working with staff to align their actions and communications in support of agreed upon goals and, when such alignment is absent, sharing this fact with the ED and recommending mitigation approaches. • Monitor the implementation of the strategic plan. • Develop, in concert with the Executive Director, new and innovative strategies in support of the organization’s mission and vision in the next stage of growth. Capacity Building & Administrative Oversight • Organizational Capacity Building: Provide thought leadership in all aspects of organizational development and culture change; play a key role in organizational capacity building; plan and facilitate staff development activities; clarify and facilitate the decision-making processes throughout the organization. • Cultivate COLOR’s development into a “learning organization” by building processes/systems to share learning and knowledge; enhance and support staff’s continuous learning; strengthen staff’s ability to effectively execute strategy. • Provide administrative oversight of organizational operations, including human resources and financial management as specified below. • Financial Management: Assist in the budget process for each of the program areas and with overall organizational budget. Assist with annual audit. • Development & Fundraising: Work with the Executive Director, Office Manager/Development associate and Development Committee to ensure COLOR’s fundraising and development plans and priorities are implemented. Prepare grants proposal, reports and solicitation of new funding opportunities. Staff Supervision & Management Supervise the Office Manager/Development Associate and Community Organizers. The Deputy Director is supervised and reports to the Executive Director. The Deputy Director will serve as Interim Executive Director in the absence of the Executive Director. Special Projects • Leadership of special projects: Scope, plan, and execute strategic organizational projects as agreed upon. QUALIFICATIONS: The successful candidate will be discrete, energetic, agile-minded, strategic, proactive, a direct communicator with solid written and oral communication skills, organized, and committed to the vision and values of COLOR. • At least 3-5 years of experience demonstrating progressive responsibility in a closely related field • Significant and relevant education and/or experience needed for this position. • Focus and flexibility as well as willingness to play an active role in all aspects of the organization • Strong interpersonal skills with a high level of integrity and sound judgment, and ability to communicate and work collaboratively across the organization, openly and with respect • Strong emotional intelligence • Self-motivated • Strong analytical skills • Tact and diplomacy • Strategic and financial analysis skills • Superior written and oral skills required, including proposal writing • Willingness to work hard and take direction—but also creatively solve problems for which the answers aren’t always obvious COLOR’s team is passionate, fun and dedicated to the reproductive justice movement. We’re a growing organization that is steeped in an appreciative culture. BENEFITS: COLOR offers excellent benefits, including health insurance, vacation and sick leave. Salary is commensurate with experience. APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Please send your resume, cover letter and a brief writing sample, via email only. Examples of acceptable writing samples include grant proposal narratives, letter of interest to a funder, case statement, solicitation (fundraising) letter, and articles/letters to editor/blogs related to reproductive justice or closely related field. Email your application information to: info@colorlatina.org with “Deputy Director” in the subject line of the email. No hard copies or phone calls, please. Application deadline is 5 p.m. MT, Friday, August 15.

Office Manager / Accounting Assistant

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
One Colorado and One Colorado Education Fund
Job posted on:
29 Jul 2014
Job starts on:
18 Aug 2014
Contact Name:
Liz Carroll
Email:
Phone:
303-396-6170
Fax:
 
Address:
1490 Lafayette Street., Suite 304, Denver, Colorado 80218
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
CANDIDATE PROFILE Qualified individuals will possess excellent computer skills. Candidates with strong accounting, spreadsheet, and database program knowledge will be given preference. Experience with QuickBooks is a plus but we are willing to train the right person. Strong verbal and written communications skills are also essential. The successful candidate will have the ability to represent the organization publicly and professionally, will have exceptional “people skills” that will be used to interface effectively with Board members, colleagues, vendors, donors, and volunteers. Qualified individuals will bring a minimum of one to two years of office management and / or bookkeeping experience. They must also have the ability to maintain flexible work hours, which will occasionally extend to evening or weekend events. TO APPLY Salary is competitive with full health and dental insurance. To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to lizc@one-colorado.org and use the subject line: Office and Accounting Associate. No phone calls, please. Priority will be given to applications received by August 6th, but the position will remain open until filled.
General Job Description:
THE ORGANIZATION One Colorado is a statewide organization dedicated to securing and protecting equality and opportunity for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender Coloradans and their families. Our vision is a fair and just Colorado. THE POSITION The Office Manager / Accounting Assistant will work in collaboration with the Executive Director to ensure smooth functioning of the office environment as a whole. Additionally, the Office Manager / Accounting Assistant will be responsible for comprehensive bookkeeping support and is integral to maintaining accurate and useful financial records and reporting. The Office Manager / Accounting Assistant also will provide support to the Development Department by maintaining donor records and donor database reporting. EXPECTATIONS • An enthusiastic self-starter with high energy and a commitment to the mission of One Colorado. • He/she/ze must be self-driven and easily adapt to a fast-paced environment. • He/she/ze should possess a keen attention to detail and accuracy while also being able to manage multiple priorities, commitments and deadlines. DELIVERABLES Office Management – Facilitate Smooth Day-to-Day Operation of the Office Environment (45%) ? Act in the capacity of an executive assistant for the Executive Director, including managing calendars, tracking and recording of expenses, addressing travel needs, scheduling Board of Director meetings and functions, and other duties as requested ? Procure supplies for office and events, including management of supplies budget ? Manage office space, serve as primary contact with building management Accounting – Ensure accurate tracking and recording of contributions and expenses (45%) ? Manage accounts payable, including vendor communications ? Track, record, and code donations in the accounting records ? Prepare bank deposits, handle routine banking matters ? Provide weekly updates to accountant ? Manage Secretary of State Tracer Reporting ? Perform other accounting tasks and generate reports as requested Development – Donor Database Management (10%) ? Manage fundraising database ? Reconcile donor detail per database to the accounting records ? Provide monthly donor analytics and run regular database reports

Executive Assistant

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
Rose Community Foundation
Job posted on:
29 Jul 2014
Job starts on:
25 Aug 2014
Contact Name:
Emma Schwarz
Email:
Phone:
303.398.7431
Fax:
303.398.7430
 
Address:
600 S. Cherry Street, Ste 1200, Denver, Colorado 80246
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
• 7+ years of work experience performing administrative and support functions • Experience working in or with the nonprofit sector including stewardship of donors and partners • Knowledge of the Greater Denver community • An exceptional and proven passion for customer service and excellent interpersonal skills dealing with the public, staff, Trustees and committee members • A skilled user of technology including total comfort operating technology systems, Microsoft Office products (Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint and Word) and databases with the capacity to learn new applications • Experience using database and information systems to track contacts and develop meaningful reports • Excellence in written and oral communications including meticulous editing and proofreading skills, extraordinary attention to detail and discretion in handling sensitive and confidential information. • Strong organizational, planning and coordination skills • A proven history of managing projects, working across the organization while delivering quality work on time and within budgetary guidelines – all while remaining nimble and responsive to evolving priorities and needs. • The ability to work quickly and effectively with multiple tasks from multiple sources Personal Characteristics The ideal candidate will have a positive, enthusiastic, can-do attitude and a good sense of humor. Motivated and curious, he or she will be a life-long learner and excellent listener. A true team player and highly collaborative, the executive assistant must be excited by the opportunity to work as part of a team and well as independently – fostering positive working relationships along the way. An affinity for nonprofit work is a must.
General Job Description:
Compelled by our guiding principles and values of philanthropy, justice and nondiscrimination, Rose Community Foundation works to enhance the quality of life of the Greater Denver community through our leadership, resources, traditions and values. We are seeking an executive assistant who will work with the president and CEO and other staff to coordinate and handle administrative functions in a fast-paced and busy office. Responsibilities • Assist the president and CEO and other staff on a day-to-day basis with scheduling, travel arrangements, expense reports, correspondence, inquires, phone calls and updating database information. • Serve as the initial contact for community leaders, trustees and others in the community seeking to engage in activities with the Foundation. • Work with the Board of Trustees, committees and staff including arranging meetings, compiling and distributing meeting materials, attending meetings, preparing and maintaining official minutes and other corporate documents, and coordinating orientations. • Perform research and develop reports using the Foundation database and Excel. • Enter and maintain records in Foundation database related to CEO contacts, donors, Trustees and committee members. • Coordinate Foundation-wide subscriptions, and external event RSVPs and registrations. • Support planning and implementation of events. • Coordinate the support team to ensure this resource is being utilized effectively and that all administrative functions are operating smoothly. • Serve as a resource to staff across the Foundation for a variety of projects and tasks. Salary and Benefits This full-time position’s salary will be commensurate with background and experience. Rose Community Foundation provides a competitive benefits package. EOE Submission deadline is August 10, 2014. Interested candidates should email their cover letter, résumé and salary requirements to: Search Committee at hr@rcfdenver.org. No phone calls please.

One Action One Boulder Project Manager

Job Type:
Other Manager (CFO, Marketing, etc)
Agency:
Motus Theater
Job posted on:
28 Jul 2014
Job starts on:
25 Aug 2014
Contact Name:
Aicila Lewis
Email:
Phone:
720-278-8397
Fax:
 
Address:
4519 8th Street , Boulder, Colorado 80304
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Motus Theater One Action One Boulder Project Manager Mission: The mission of Motus Theater is to create inclusive and cohesive community by using original theater to facilitate dialogue on critical issues of our time. Title of Position: One Action One Boulder Project Manager Hours Per Week: Starting at five hours a week August 2014 and increase incrementally to 25-30 a week by September 2016 through June 2017. In July of 2017 decrease hours to 5-10 hours Purpose of Position: One Action-One Boulder (OAOB), a project of Motus Theater, is a creative community conversation based on learning about our history, talking about present issues, and taking action to create a stronger Boulder and Boulder County. The project reoccurs every 3 years. The next One Action project will occur from September 2016-June 2017and focuses on Immigration. The OAOB project amplifies the work of Motus Theater by engaging broad participation to stimulate cross-sector community conversation. Arts, cultural, and civic organizations form the steering committee to coordinate the year-long series of mutually reinforcing activities to engage Boulder and Boulder County in active community conversation. The OAOB participant organizations are cross-sector and include businesses, schools, faith-based organizations, arts and cultural groups, civic groups, and non-profits. The unifying thread for this collaboration is a commitment to leverage participant expertise to explore the OAOB issue and engage community conversation. The One Action Once Boulder Project Manager will lead, manage and coordinate Motus Theater’s One Action One Boulder Project on Immigration. Working Environment: The working environment is a small office in North Boulder. Building alliances between arts & civic organizations and immigration groups to foster collaborative events Getting commitments for One Action/One Boulder activities Developing marketing & branding aimed at new collaborators Updating social media and online calendars Updating the One Action/One Boulder website Evaluation of the One Action One Boulder Project Developing model contracts & protocols to ensure successful partnerships Ability to form and build relationships and partnerships with community members Knowledge of communities impacted by current immigration policy Able to manage competing priorities Knowledge and ability to create and implement contracts Knowledge and ability to create a cohesive logic model and evaluation structure for the One Action One Boulder project Familiarity with current immigration policy Knowledge and familiarity with Boulder and Boulder County arts and civic organizations Knowledge and familiarity with Boulder and Boulder County businesses, schools, faith based organization and nonprofits Ability to remain flexible and nimble as the project grows Knowledge and ability to develop a marketing plan and branding for One Action One Motus Theater Values and Working Culture: Motus Theater operates in alignment with its mission and vision. We approach our work with a social justice lens and know we will grow and evolve as the organization and the world around us grows and evolves. To Learn More about Motus Theater and the One Action project please visit: 3 minute trailer on Rocks Karma Arrows: https://vimeo.com/88480847 6 minute trailer on One Action: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o2bIblfYIJQ 3 excerpts on Do You Know Who I Am? https://vimeo.com/89208876 3. Name, contact information and relationship of three professional references No Phone Calls or Drop-ins, please. Motus Theater is an EOE. Our policy is to provide a fair and equal employment opportunity for all associates and job applicants regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status or disability. Motus Theater hires and promotes individuals solely on the basis of their qualifications for the job to be filled.
General Job Description:
Purpose of Position: One Action-One Boulder (OAOB), a project of Motus Theater, is a creative community conversation based on learning about our history, talking about present issues, and taking action to create a stronger Boulder and Boulder County. The project reoccurs every 3 years. The next One Action project will occur from September 2016-June 2017and focuses on Immigration. The OAOB project amplifies the work of Motus Theater by engaging broad participation to stimulate cross-sector community conversation. Arts, cultural, and civic organizations form the steering committee to coordinate the year-long series of mutually reinforcing activities to engage Boulder and Boulder County in active community conversation.

Development Director

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
Foothills Art Center
Job posted on:
28 Jul 2014
Job starts on:
29 Sep 2014
Contact Name:
Mary Ellen Williams
Email:
Phone:
3032793922
Fax:
 
Address:
809 15th Street, Golden, Colorado 80401
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
• Bachelor degree or equivalent experience; • Five years experience with proven track record to achieve quota of over $1 million annually; • Knowledge of donor identification, solicitation, cultivation, asking and closing major gifts; • Demonstrated leadership and management skills and experience; • Resourceful, resilient, and persistent; ability to thrive in spite of limited resources and capacity; • Ability to cultivate a broad spectrum of donors and memberships; • Able to travel along the Front Range (95%), outside the Front Range (5%); • Strong interpersonal and communication skills including writing, speaking and conversing; • Proficient in Microsoft Office and GiftWorks or other development software • Passion for the visual arts and arts education; prior experience in a visual arts organization a plus; • Member of Association of Fundraising Professionals. • Can lift 30+lbs
General Job Description:
Purpose: This position will create a sustainable development office and system for Foothills Art Center by setting fundraising goals and plans to achieve those goals; and work closely with the executive director and board of directors to build and steward relationships, identify prospects, schedule cultivation activities, make and close asks. Responsibilities: Strategic Planning and Implementation • Create a multi-year fundraising strategy and implementation plan to meet organizational goals. o Grow operating capacity from $700,000 to $1,000,000 o Establish an exhibition and education program working capital fund of $100,000 o Create a long term capital construction and maintenance campaign in the range of $500,000-$1,000,000 • Establish timelines and milestones, identifying roles and responsibilities, and track accountability. • Create metrics, report on progress; adjust fundraising plan to achieve results. Development Program Management: From the strategic plan, create a comprehensive development program and set priorities, schedules and procedures to attain fundraising goals. Work with staff and volunteers to support development activities. • Foster and lead an organizational culture for cultivation and stewardship of donors; • Establish and maintain fundraising programs for annual fund, memberships, major gifts, and legacy gifts; • Coordinate production of marketing and communication materials with staff and consultants including annual report, quarterly magazine, digital newsletters, and web site; • Produce cultivation and special events; • Manage and maintain development database; • Build a development team; • Report regularly on progress, achievements, obstacles, and difficulties; and • Institutionalize policies, practices and procedures through documentation and training staff and volunteers. Working Environment: Foothills Art Center includes a small, entrepreneurial staff with high performance capacity, ability to perform throughout a broad range of duties from administrative and operational tasks to high level donor cultivation and leadership activity.

Driver/Dock Coordinator

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
The Action Center
Job posted on:
26 Jul 2014
Job starts on:
04 Aug 2014
Contact Name:
Pam McPhee
Email:
Phone:
3032377704
Fax:
 
Address:
8755 W 14th Ave, Lakewood, Colorado 80215-4863
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
•Two years driving experience required, three years preferred; copy of current motor vehicle required •High School degree or equivalent required •Ability to regularly lift up to 50 to 75 pounds to a height of four feet •Experience using hand carts •Ability to load and unload vehicles using safe lifting and carrying practices •Excellent customer service and communication skills and relate well to staff, volunteers, vendors and donors •Good organizational skills, ability to exercise initiative, manage time and work constructively within a diverse team environment •Reliability, attention to detail and ability to follow tasks through to completion •Ability to work independently as needed •Ability to remain flexible in fast changing work environment •Experience working with volunteers and/or with in kind donations in a non-profit environment a plus
General Job Description:
Currently interviewing - please apply as soon as possible. Posting will remain open until filled. Make deliveries and pickups as assigned, load and unload vehicles, and provide outstanding customer service as a representative of the Action Center. Support warehouse processes and assist on receiving dock as needed. Demonstrate respect and safety awareness when operating vehicles and equipment on the road, receiving dock, warehouse and other areas at all times. Assist with special drives and events as required. 40 hours/week, Tuesday through Saturday, non-exempt •Make deliveries and pickups as scheduled or as needed •Load/unload deliveries safely, and in designated locations •Support warehouse processes including movement and proper storage of goods •Responsible for daily oversight and fueling of primary vehicle •Receive donations from vendors and donors, provide outstanding customer service, unload cars, provide receipts and collect donor information •May occasionally open/close the receiving dock area on Saturdays and accept deliveries/donations, and complete all assigned Saturday work duties •Assist with organization of donations in receiving dock area •Stock shelves in food pantry, on receiving dock and warehouse by crating, stacking and dollying the crates to designated locations •Assist with unloading and loading large trucks, semis, and vans •Demonstrate respect and safety awareness when operating vehicles and equipment on the road, receiving dock, warehouse and other areas at all times •Maintain excellent relations with staff, volunteers, vendors and donors •Assist with activities and special events as assigned

Executive Director

Job Type:
Other Manager (CFO, Marketing, etc)
Agency:
Data Services for Healthcare
Job posted on:
25 Jul 2014
Job starts on:
01 Sep 2014
Contact Name:
Cari Frank
Email:
Phone:
719-225-8866
Fax:
719-225-8867
 
Address:
503 N. Main Street Suite 123, Pueblo, Colorado 81003
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
JOB QUALIFICATIONS: Education: • Masters degree in a related field. • 10 years experience in an executive leadership role. Experience/Skills: • Demonstrated effective leadership skills. • Demonstrated ability to build and manage collaborative partnerships. • Demonstrated strong knowledge and experience of organizational budgeting and fiscal management. • Demonstrated sound analytical thinking, planning, prioritization and execution skills. • Entrepreneurial experience building a start-up company preferred. • Experience in non-profit management preferred. • Experience in health information technology preferred. • An understanding of rural health issues and HIT challenges preferred.
General Job Description:
The Executive Director (ED) is directly responsible for the viability and performance of the organization. The ED provides strategic direction and leadership towards achieving the organization's vision, mission, strategic plan, and annual goals and objectives. The ED establishes the organization's culture, builds and leads the senior management team, supports the Board of Directors in carrying out governance functions, and represents the organization externally by establishing and maintaining key relationships and partnerships to enhance the organization's visibility and success. RESPONSIBILITIES: • Develop and implement both short-term and long-term strategic plans in accordance with organizational goals and objectives set by the Board of Directors. • Meet regularly and collaboratively with the senior management team to carry out strategic plans for all aspects of the organization. • Provide leadership for strategic business development and key corporate planning issues on major business decisions. • Provide direct supervisory oversight to the senior management team in Operations & Analytics in order to achieve operational excellence and determining resource allocation among services. • Develop organizational policies, procedures and standards. • Regularly report to the Board of Directors on the organization's status toward, and ability to, meet its strategic and operational objectives. • Keep the Board of Directors informed about business activities, strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats (SWOT). • Manage organizational and grant budgets, forecasts, and long-term financial plans; ensure corporate adherence to annual operational budget. • Develop and maintain effective relationships with stakeholder agencies, partners and grantors at the local, State and Federal levels. • Oversee audit processes conducted by third parties to ensure resolution and expeditious closure of auditing activities. • Provide oversight on grants to ensure all objectives and requirements are met. • Provide leadership in the developing and implementing the organization's fundraising efforts to ensure smart growth and diversification. • Increase awareness about the organization and services through public relations activities such as written articles, personal appearances, conference presentations and interviews. • Provide leadership on technology issues for rural members and advocate on their behalf to external organizations. • Develop and maintain relationships with network members and ensure services are meeting their needs. • Evaluate new products, services, and funding opportunities to meet the organization’s sustainability goals and network member needs.

Executive Director

Job Type:
Director
Agency:
Judaism Your Way
Job posted on:
25 Jul 2014
Job starts on:
01 Oct 2014
Contact Name:
Search Committee
Email:
Phone:
303-320-6185
Fax:
 
Address:
600 Grant Street, Suite 308, Denver, Colorado 80203
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS • A passion for and demonstrated commitment to JYW’s mission, preferably with knowledge of and connections to the Denver Jewish community. • Eagerness to be part of a cutting edge organization at the forefront of the rapidly evolving world of Jewish outreach. • A successful track record of significant professional achievement in an innovative and successful non-profit environment. • Extensive experience in fundraising. The ideal candidate has built a high-performing fundraising operation that increases the recurrence and predictability of contributions, as well as long-term engagement of both institutional and individual donors. • Demonstrated success recruiting, retaining, and supporting the professional development of a highly diverse and talented team. • Exceptional relationship-building skills, with the ability to work with diverse groups. • Strong financial management skills including budget development and management, oversight of preparation of monthly statements, and delivery of clear reports. • Demonstrated success in developing, updating and implementing both strategic and fundraising plans. • Successful experience working with a volunteer Board of Directors. • Ideally, extensive networks of the region’s Jewish and philanthropic communities. • Strong communications skills including public speaking, written and verbal communication, and presentation skills. • Bachelor’s degree required. WORKING BEYOND TRADITIONAL HOURS This executive level position will require working beyond traditional office hours including some evening and weekend hours. Additionally, the Executive Director works on some Jewish holidays including Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, Hanukkah, the eighth night of Passover, and occasionally on Shabbat. As programming evolves, working on additional holidays may be necessary.
General Job Description:
POSITION JYW is seeking a passionate and strategic Executive Director. JYW has demonstrated effectiveness in delivering a range of outreach activities including holiday services attended by over 1,500 people, life-cycle events including weddings, funerals, and B’nai Mitzvah (coming of age) ceremonies, and a variety of educational programs. The new Executive Director will lead a team in building on this impressive history. This is an excellent opportunity for a dynamic and innovative leader with a successful track record developing, administering and evaluating high-impact programs, scaling fundraising efforts, and building broad-based, stable, sustainable and growing organizations. The ideal candidate will have a proven record of successful, proactive, change management taking organizations to the next level of growth and excellence. The ideal candidate will also have demonstrated success building and leading development programs that materially increased fund raising. The position reports to the Board of Directors. RESPONSIBILITIES • Works closely with the Board of Directors and the Rabbis to develop, implement, and evaluate JYW’s strategic vision, goals, objectives and policies including preparation and updating of JYW’s strategic plan and development plan • Provides executive leadership on all programs, services, and activities in fulfillment of JYW’s mission • Maintains effective communication and collaborative relationships with the Board, Rabbis, staff and donors • Leads the organization’s fundraising efforts and delivers on both short and long term objectives • Oversees budget development and fiscal management • Maintains effective relationships with Jewish community organizations POSITION DUTIES Operations Provide robust leadership to all professional and administrative staff; oversee all office operations and policy implementation; ensures sound Human Resource practices. Management Build, lead and maintain a high-performance team, and provide collaborative leadership and mentorship. Foster a culture that promotes collaboration and excellence while working closely with the Rabbis. Participate in key management processes such as interviewing, hiring, and training new employees, regular performance reviews, staff development, and retention activities. Programmatic Success Supervise JYW staff and volunteers to create programs that offer innovative opportunities to participate in meaningful Jewish experiences. Ensure programmatic and financial success by translating strategic plans into operational benchmarks / goals. Financial Management Work with Board and staff to develop and maintain a balanced annual budget, provide financial reporting. Engage deeply in reviewing and interpreting financial results and closely managing activities to ensure on-budget performance. Board Work effectively with the Board of Directors on all aspects of organizational stewardship. Support the Board of Directors in fulfilling its governance responsibilities, and implements Board adopted policies. Work with the Board to recruit and orient new Board members. Fundraising Develop and implement a comprehensive fundraising plan that addresses both JYW’s long and short term financial needs. Actively engage in all aspects of the development plan including but not limited to: creating a strong fundraising message, cultivating individual contributions, soliciting major gifts, building endowment/planned giving, grant writing, direct mail, on-line giving, and securing foundation grants. Special Events and Programs Oversee planning and implementation of all JYW community, educational and fundraising events. Marketing and Outreach Work with staff to develop and implement a marketing and outreach plan using online, social media, print, press release, word-of-mouth, and face-to-face approaches. Communicate to a wide variety of audiences about JYW. Tracking Implement and manage a tracking plan to garner valuable information about donors and program attendees that can be used in fundraising, marketing, program assessment and program development. Evaluation Create and manage program evaluation plans and tools to improve JYW’s effectiveness. Advocacy Advocate for the importance and uniqueness of JYW in the Jewish and interfaith communities. Develop and maintain relationships with the local nonprofit community. Establish collaborative relationships with individuals and organizations embracing diverse approaches to 21st century Judaism. COMPENSATION Compensation is commensurate with experience and includes health and dental insurance, and other benefits. TO APPLY: Email resume and cover letter with subject line: E.D. Position to: info@sturmgroup.com Applications are due by August 25, 2014

Fleet Manager

Job Type:
Other Manager (CFO, Marketing, etc)
Agency:
eGo CarShare
Job posted on:
24 Jul 2014
Job starts on:
18 Aug 2014
Contact Name:
Zach Swank
Email:
Phone:
3037201185
Fax:
 
Address:
1920 13th St Ste C, Boulder, Colorado 80302
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
QUALIFICATIONS Required: • Experience with or knowledge of basic automotive technology, maintenance, and repair. • Strong project, organization, and time management skills. • Partner and relationship management experience with the ability and desire to interact with members, co-workers, board members, and vendors with professional maturity and courtesy. • Experience making difficult business decisions backed up by data analysis and well thought-out reasoning. • Comfortable working in a small, dynamic, often fast-paced environment with minimal supervision. • Excellent team player – always willing to help out with any task at hand with a positive attitude. • Ability to respond to time-sensitive vehicle issues, occasionally outside of business hours. • An aptitude for troubleshooting and efficient problem-solving. • Proficiency in Microsoft Office; eagerness to learn new software applications. • A clean driving record and proficiency in driving manual transmission vehicles. Physical Requirements: • Physically capable and comfortable bicycling in urban traffic and transporting a bicycle on various public transportation systems. • Comfortable lifting 50 pounds and engaging in moderate physical activity (minor vehicle maintenance and cleaning). • Able to easily and efficiently access eGo CarShare vehicles year round without a car (i.e. walk, bike, bus, etc.). Preferred: • Live in or near the City of Boulder. • Previous experience in fleet management. • Avid bike-commuter, working knowledge of public transit system; you do NOT need to own a car. • Incorporates sustainability practices into daily lifestyle. • Passionate about eGo CarShare’s mission to provide and promote alternatives to individual car ownership, thereby reducing the environmental and social impacts associated with motor vehicle use. • Desire to grow in the position and take on additional responsibilities as time allows. • Knowledge of marketing best practices. COMPENSATION & BENEFITS • $12/hour, additional compensation for on-call shifts • Free eGo CarShare membership and discounted usage fees • Employer-paid RTD Eco Pass bus pass • $200/month toward health insurance • Paid vacation, sick time, holidays • $250/year for professional development eGo CarShare is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate based on sex, race, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability, or anything else. TO APPLY The position is open immediately, until filled. Interviews will be held on a rolling basis. Send cover letter and resume to jobs@carshare.org and include both the job title and your full name in the subject line. Incomplete applications will not be accepted. Only applicants selected for interviews will be contacted.
General Job Description:
eGo CarShare is immediately seeking a passionate Fleet Manager to join our small nonprofit team at our Boulder office. The Fleet Manager position will be split between overall fleet management of our growing 52 vehicle fleet with our Denver Fleet Assistant and direct field work for the 33 Boulder vehicles which includes regular inspections, cleaning, and taking vehicles in for maintenance. As time and the candidate’s interest allow, additional operations management roles may be added. The position will also share overnight and weekend on-call member support phone coverage with the rest of the staff, approximately two nights a week. All candidates must be eager and willing to use a bicycle and transit instead of a car as a primary mode of transportation during working hours. A bike is provided. RESPONSIBILITIES Office Work - approximately 20 hours/week • Day to day fleet management: regular maintenance tracking, damage tracking. • Vendor and partner relations management. • Insurance claim filing and tracking. • Coordination with the Denver Fleet Assistant. • Oversee our peer to peer shared vehicle program. • Location planning. • Long term fleet planning: procurement, retiring vehicles, forecasting. • Working to enhance the financial position and visibility of eGo CarShare. • Participating in long term planning and operational development of the organization. • Member support over the phone – including on-call up to two nights a week and once every other weekend. • Nurturing an environment of fun, creativity, and sharing. • Other duties and fleet-related responsibilities as needed. Field Work -approximately 20 hours/week • Scheduling and shuttling vehicles to and from service appointments. • Cleaning vehicles as needed: 33 vehicles cleaned 1-2 times per month. • Troubleshooting and resolving issues with our in-vehicle technology. • Performing minor repairs, buffing, and/or minor touch-up painting. • Providing emergency field / roadside assistance to disabled vehicles. • Regularly assessing vehicles for damage and maintenance needs. ABOUT EGO CARSHARE eGo CarShare is a local 501(c)(3) nonprofit carsharing organization serving the Denver-Boulder metro area. eGo CarShare is a local, affordable, sustainable, and innovative organization, committed to serving and improving our community. Our mission is to provide and promote alternatives to individual car ownership, thereby reducing the environmental and social impacts associated with motor vehicle use. Every car in our fleet replaces 9-13 privately owned vehicles. In 2014, eGo CarShare was recognized by Colorado Biz with the Inaugural Green Colorado Award. Visit our website at carshare.org for more information about our organization.

Bridges to Care Organizer

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
Together Colorado
Job posted on:
24 Jul 2014
Job starts on:
25 Aug 2014
Contact Name:
Donna B Roberts
Email:
Phone:
3033992425
Fax:
 
Address:
1980 Dahlia St., Denver, Colorado 80220
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Qualifications: 1. Bachelors degree or equivalent work experience 2. Strong public speaking, writing and analytical skills 3. Detail oriented, ability to coordinate volunteers and track projects with many moving parts 4. Strong interpersonal and relational skills and interest in people 5. Disciplined and able to work effectively in highly unstructured environment 6. Desire to learn and openness to challenge 7. Strong interest in community and social justice issues 8. Experience working in communities of color 9. Spanish fluency desired 10. Together Colorado is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.
General Job Description:
Job Announcement –Bridges to Care Organizer (1/2 time, bilingual English/Spanish Preferred) Together Colorado and Metro Community Provider Network are seeking an experienced organizer to join our Bridges to Care team! Bridges to Care provides clinical and social services to some of Aurora's most vulnerable--emergency room and hospital high utilizers. We are a partnership between clinical and community organizing, working to lift up patient voices and transform our healthcare system so that everyone in Aurora can get the care they need when they need it. Join our effort to develop community leaders who are working to strengthen and transform their communities through community organizing. RESPONSIBILITIES AND QUALIFICATIONS Responsibilities: The Bridges to Care Organizer with Together Colorado works to find and develop leaders through the Bridges to Care Program to improve the health system. This person will join a team of other community organizers and a team of clinical providers with Metro Community Provider Network. Wage: $14/hr Responsibilities include: • Conduct one-on-one relational meetings every week with Bridges to Care clients and collect their stories • Train and develop community leaders from Bridges to Care to act in the public arena. • Represent Bridges to Care in meetings with Health Care partners including policy makers and advocates • Work with MCPN Bridges to Care Team to support the program • Provide staff support for Together Colorado's Health Care campaign • Coordinate Together Colorado Volunteer program of visiting Bridges to Care clients Together Colorado has a strong learning culture, including staff development, supervision and coaching opportunities. We place a high priority on personal learning, relationship building and creating a respectful multi-racial, multi-faith and multilingual organization. This is a 1-year, half-time, non-exempt position with some night meetings, and occasional weekend work. All applicants email application to donna@togetherco.org. 1. RESUME (preferably PDF format) 2. COVER LETTER (outlining your qualifications for this position) **Subject Line of your email MUST READ: Bridges to Care Organizer Job Application

Education Programs Manager

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
Colorado Ballet
Job posted on:
23 Jul 2014
Job starts on:
04 Aug 2014
Contact Name:
Mark Chase
Email:
Phone:
303-837-8888
Fax:
 
Address:
1278 Lincoln St., Denver, Colorado 80203
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
The Education Programs Manager will work closely with children, teachers, school administrators, and other partners in education and the arts. Strong background in ballet and other dance styles and traditions required; ability to work with students of all ages and abilities and flexible evening and weekend availability a must. Experience working in public schools and Spanish proficiency desired.
General Job Description:
Reporting to the Director of Education & Community Partnerships, the Education Programs Manager is responsible for staffing and administrating after-school programming, as well as scheduling and teaching various dance classes and workshops. Specifically, the Education Programs Manager: Workshops and Residencies: Develops, schedules and teaches dance and dance integrated classes and workshops in a wide range of styles to a variety of age groups/abilities; studies trends in dance education and dance therapy for populations with special needs; After-School Programs: Recruits, hires, trains, schedules and evaluates teaching staff; serves as contact person for up to 15 teaching staff and numerous school teachers/administrators; collects attendance and payroll information and completes contracts and grant reports; orders and distributes dance clothing for 300+ students; Community Liaison: Represents Colorado Ballet and dance/dance education in the cultural, education, and human service communities at appropriate venues, meetings and events; and works with other organizations to develop collaborative projects and partnerships to enhance arts education. Please submit a resume and cover letter to hr@coloradoballet.org. Colorado Ballet is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Transitional Housing/Victims Assist Case Manager

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
Inter-Faith Community Services
Job posted on:
22 Jul 2014
Job starts on:
01 Sep 2014
Contact Name:
Paul Fitzgerald
Email:
Phone:
303-789-0501
Fax:
303-789-3808
 
Address:
3370 S. Irving Street, Englewood, Colorado 80110
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Requirements: Bachelor's degree in Human Services or related field desired. Minimum of two years’ experience in human services field required. Specific training in family systems, cultural sensitivity, domestic violence and other psycho-social issues of homeless populations required. Knowledge of community resources preferred.
General Job Description:
Responsibilities: Full-time - Non-Exempt •Conduct regular assessments to identify family's strengths and barriers to meeting the goals of the program •Develop short and long-term client service plans for each family •Provide information regarding community resources and assist families in accessing these resources •Advocate for families with community and government agencies •Submit monthly requests for funds and monitor the status of the designated agency funds •Attend monthly case management meetings and assist in the on-going development of program policy •Maintain appropriate paperwork and documentation for client files and tracking systems •Keep current with HMIS data entry •Provide financial assistance, advocacy and referrals to victims and witnesses of crime. •Coordinate assistance with other agencies. •Assist with special projects and events including but not limited to, holiday programs, and fundraising Benefits: Medical insurance, life and dental insurance, paid holidays, sick and vacation, and retirement Email, mail, or fax 1) A cover letter, 2) A resume, and 3) A salary history to: Program Director, email paulf@ifcs.org, fax 303.789.3808, or mail to 3370 S. Irving St., Englewood, CO, 80110 by 8/15/14. No phone calls please Visit us at www.ifcs.org

Executive Assistant

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
Cleo Parker Robinson Dance
Job posted on:
20 Jul 2014
Job starts on:
18 Aug 2014
Contact Name:
Malik Robinson
Email:
Phone:
303-295-1759
Fax:
 
Address:
119 Park Avenue West, Denver, Colorado 80205
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Knowledge, skills and ability • Proven record for strong ability to assess information, practices, and procedures, identify relevant concerns, formulate logical conclusions and recognize the implications of alternatives; • Ability to understand and apply basic accounting principles; • Solid analytical skills to read, interpret and prepare reports; • Excellent communication and business writing skills with ability to draft own correspondence; • High proficiency in using MS Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Outlook; • Must be able to work and set priorities independently to effectively balance competing deadlines; • Strong interpersonal and communication skills to establish effective professional working relationships and maintain collaboration with a wide variety of individuals; • Commitment to handling sensitive information with utmost confidentiality and professionalism; • Strong delegation skills; • Excellent communicator and a good problem-solver; • Highly organized; • Possess strong leadership skills and good management skills; • Proven record for strong ability to assess information, practices, and procedures; identify relevant concerns; formulate logical conclusions and recognize the implications of alternatives; • Solid analytical skills to read, interpret and prepare reports; • Ability to continuously improve and develop knowledge and skills, while adapting quickly to changing circumstances and processes; • Ability to work towards inclusion in all activities, and decisions through the solicitation and appreciation of diverse perspectives; • Ability to exercise personal accountability in all activities and decisions; • Ability to embrace a culture of operational excellence to ensure processes are continually evaluated and improved as necessary; • Ability to operate with a sense of integrity; • Ability to establish rapport with persons of diverse ethnic, racial, and cultural backgrounds. Experience/education Bachelor’s degree required. Minimum 3 years’ experience in bookkeeping and/or senior administrative support. Strong proficiency using Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint.
General Job Description:
Class: Full Time, Salaried, Exempt Purpose of position: To provide administrative and analytical support to both the Executive Director and Artistic Director of Cleo Parker Robinson Dance. Develops knowledge and insight into the areas and issues under the Executive Director’s oversight to be able to advise, interpret policy, anticipate problems and/or take action as appropriate. Manages the clerical and administrative responsibilities of the CPRD. Responsibilities include screening calls, making travel and meeting arrangements, preparing reports and financial data, training and supervising technical and other support staff, and member relations. Requires advanced computer and internet skills, along with the ability to supervise and train others. Also calls for flexibility, excellent interpersonal skills and project coordination experience. Acts as liaison and primary communications contact for a wide variety of individuals at all organizational levels within and external to CPRD, preparing reports and financial data, training and supervising other support staff, and customer relations. Requires strong computer and internet research skills. Also calls for flexibility, excellent interpersonal skills, project coordination experience, and the ability to work well with all levels of internal management and staff, as well as outside clients and vendors. Major Responsibilities • Performs basic administrative functions such as filing, calendars and coordination of activities for the Executive management, and screens and responds to telephone calls, mail, and visitors to the Executive management. • Performs bookkeeping functions such as the utilization of chart of accounts to track financial transactions; verifying, allocating, reconciling, and posting transactions and prepare basic financial reports by collecting, analyzing, and summarizing account information and trends • Assist in the development and management of CPRD budget • Reviews operating practices and policies in order to determine whether improvements can be made • May lead and/or assist in the planning and coordination of community and/or staff events • Acts as primary liaison with annual gala committee • Handles all arrangements for Executive and Board of Directors meetings, including room set-up, assembly and distribution of Board Packets, and preparation of meeting minutes • Researches and prepares materials for presentations; assists with drafting and editing grants, reports, etc. • Effectively leads and supervises technical and other support staff, and evaluates performance • Recommends measures to improve methods, performance and quality of services • Analyzes and resolves work problems or assists employees in solving problems • Responsible for membership and volunteer database and communication • Performs special projects as requested • Participate and contribute in all activities and/or projects that directly support CPRD in fulfilling its mission and achieving its vision through dedication to the community in which CPRD serves, operational excellence, and fiscal responsibility This job description is a general description of essential job functions. It is not intended as an employment contract, nor is it intended to describe all duties someone in this position may perform Please submit resume and cover letter.

Executive Assistant

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
Cleo Parker Robinson Dance
Job posted on:
20 Jul 2014
Job starts on:
18 Aug 2014
Contact Name:
Malik Robinson
Email:
Phone:
303-295-1759
Fax:
 
Address:
119 Park Avenue West, Denver, Colorado 80205
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Knowledge, skills and ability • Proven record for strong ability to assess information, practices, and procedures, identify relevant concerns, formulate logical conclusions and recognize the implications of alternatives; • Ability to understand and apply basic accounting principles; • Solid analytical skills to read, interpret and prepare reports; • Excellent communication and business writing skills with ability to draft own correspondence; • High proficiency in using MS Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Outlook; • Must be able to work and set priorities independently to effectively balance competing deadlines; • Strong interpersonal and communication skills to establish effective professional working relationships and maintain collaboration with a wide variety of individuals; • Commitment to handling sensitive information with utmost confidentiality and professionalism; • Strong delegation skills; • Excellent communicator and a good problem-solver; • Highly organized; • Possess strong leadership skills and good management skills; • Proven record for strong ability to assess information, practices, and procedures; identify relevant concerns; formulate logical conclusions and recognize the implications of alternatives; • Solid analytical skills to read, interpret and prepare reports; • Ability to continuously improve and develop knowledge and skills, while adapting quickly to changing circumstances and processes; • Ability to work towards inclusion in all activities, and decisions through the solicitation and appreciation of diverse perspectives; • Ability to exercise personal accountability in all activities and decisions; • Ability to embrace a culture of operational excellence to ensure processes are continually evaluated and improved as necessary; • Ability to operate with a sense of integrity; • Ability to establish rapport with persons of diverse ethnic, racial, and cultural backgrounds. Experience/education Bachelor’s degree required. Minimum 3 years’ experience in bookkeeping and/or senior administrative support. Strong proficiency using Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint.
General Job Description:
Class: Full Time, Salaried, Exempt Purpose of position: To provide administrative and analytical support to both the Executive Director and Artistic Director of Cleo Parker Robinson Dance. Develops knowledge and insight into the areas and issues under the Executive Director’s oversight to be able to advise, interpret policy, anticipate problems and/or take action as appropriate. Manages the clerical and administrative responsibilities of the CPRD. Responsibilities include screening calls, making travel and meeting arrangements, preparing reports and financial data, training and supervising technical and other support staff, and member relations. Requires advanced computer and internet skills, along with the ability to supervise and train others. Also calls for flexibility, excellent interpersonal skills and project coordination experience. Acts as liaison and primary communications contact for a wide variety of individuals at all organizational levels within and external to CPRD, preparing reports and financial data, training and supervising other support staff, and customer relations. Requires strong computer and internet research skills. Also calls for flexibility, excellent interpersonal skills, project coordination experience, and the ability to work well with all levels of internal management and staff, as well as outside clients and vendors. Major Responsibilities • Performs basic administrative functions such as filing, calendars and coordination of activities for the Executive management, and screens and responds to telephone calls, mail, and visitors to the Executive management. • Performs bookkeeping functions such as the utilization of chart of accounts to track financial transactions; verifying, allocating, reconciling, and posting transactions and prepare basic financial reports by collecting, analyzing, and summarizing account information and trends • Assist in the development and management of CPRD budget • Reviews operating practices and policies in order to determine whether improvements can be made • May lead and/or assist in the planning and coordination of community and/or staff events • Acts as primary liaison with annual gala committee • Handles all arrangements for Executive and Board of Directors meetings, including room set-up, assembly and distribution of Board Packets, and preparation of meeting minutes • Researches and prepares materials for presentations; assists with drafting and editing grants, reports, etc. • Effectively leads and supervises technical and other support staff, and evaluates performance • Recommends measures to improve methods, performance and quality of services • Analyzes and resolves work problems or assists employees in solving problems • Responsible for membership and volunteer database and communication • Performs special projects as requested • Participate and contribute in all activities and/or projects that directly support CPRD in fulfilling its mission and achieving its vision through dedication to the community in which CPRD serves, operational excellence, and fiscal responsibility This job description is a general description of essential job functions. It is not intended as an employment contract, nor is it intended to describe all duties someone in this position may perform

AmeriCorps Member - Financial Coach

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
Bayaud Enterprises
Job posted on:
17 Jul 2014
Job starts on:
15 Sep 2014
Contact Name:
Benn Stebleton
Email:
Phone:
303-830-6885
Fax:
 
Address:
2877 Lawrence St., Denver, Colorado 80205
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Candidates must have availability to serve full time or part time, Monday through Friday daytime hours and be able to commit to one year of service. Must be 18 and a high school graduate to serve. Good computer skills preferred. Spanish speaking a plus but not necessary.
General Job Description:
Apply now to join the AmeriCorps Financial Services program. You will serve 1 year providing financial coaching and money management services to low-income individuals and families. You will also provide general benefits education services and process tax returns as a VITA volunteer tax preparer. Candidates must have a strong desire to work as part of a team as well as perform considerable volunteer service. All positions receive a monthly stipend. An education award will be awarded upon successful completion of the program. EOE/AA Drug Free Work Place. Potential candidates will undergo a FBI fingerprint background check. Full and half time positions available. Contact Benn Stebleton (benn.stebleton@bayaudenteprises.org) for more information or to begin the application process.

Executive Director

Job Type:
Director
Agency:
Western Colorado Congress
Job posted on:
16 Jul 2014
Job starts on:
10 Nov 2014
Contact Name:
Brenda Williams
Email:
Phone:
970-210-5242
Fax:
 
Address:
134 N 6th St, Grand Junction, Colorado 81502
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Preferred candidate will have successful experience in: Foundation and major donor fundraising, Non-profit administration and management, Staff supervision, and Visioning and strategic planning; As well as having: Belief in and understanding of the principles of community organizing, Time management and prioritization skills, Familiarity with the western slope of Colorado, Excellent written and oral communication skills, and A Bachelor’s degree or higher, or equivalent experience.
General Job Description:
Responsibilities include: Developing and implementing a strategic plan with the Board of Directors; Working with Grant Writer and Development Coordinator to develop and implement a comprehensive fundraising plan; Developing working relationships with key foundation contacts and major donors; Preparing annual budget with board treasurer for Board of Directors’ approval; Overseeing financial management and cash flow to ensure fiscal responsibility; Determining staffing needs to meet operational goals, and overseeing staff hiring, orientation and training; Supervising staff and conducting annual performance evaluations; and Fostering an atmosphere of communication, cooperation, and community among WCC staff, board, and within organization.

Chief Financial Officer

Job Type:
Other Manager (CFO, Marketing, etc)
Agency:
Care and Share Food Bank for Southern Colorado
Job posted on:
16 Jul 2014
Job starts on:
31 Jul 2014
Contact Name:
Lori Kapu
Email:
Phone:
719-528-1247
Fax:
719-528-5833
 
Address:
2605 Preamble Point, Colorado Springs, Colorado 80915
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Required work experience: CPA; 3-5 years management experience; 3-5 years nonprofit experience. Desired skills: Demonstrated ability to organize, prioritize; Impeccable accuracy and problem solving ability; Strong verbal and written communication skills; Outstanding follow-through skills
General Job Description:
Serves as a critical member of the senior leadership team, providing strategic input and helping to guide the direction of the organization. MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES/ACTIVITIES * Provide management with regular financial reports. Supports President/Chief Executive Officer and Finance Committee in the preparation and presentation of financial reports. * Manage the financial/accounting administration; direct entire range of financial activity in organization, including treasury, general and funds accounting, financial reporting, reporting for government contracts and the annual audit. * Supervise accounting personnel. (more details on website hyper-linked above)

214-077 Wraparound Facilitator

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
Mental Health Partners
Job posted on:
15 Jul 2014
Job starts on:
29 Sep 2014
Contact Name:
Jimena Ugaz
Email:
Phone:
303 4136310
Fax:
 
Address:
1333 Iris Avenue, Boulder, Colorado 80304
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Minimal Qualifications: • Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree preferred • At least two years’ previous experience working with at-risk youth required, preferably with those who could benefit from mental health or substance abuse treatment and/or have been involved in the juvenile justice system • 3-5 years’ experience facilitating small groups, preferably with multiple system involvement, required • Personal experience with mental health, substance abuse, juvenile justice or child welfare issues a definite plus • Previous experience with case management database administration preferred Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: • Commitment to the Wraparound principles: family voice and choice, team based, natural supports, collaboration, community based, culturally competent, individualized, strengths based, unconditional and outcomes based • Knowledge of Boulder County’s services and resources for youth and their families, or ability to quickly learn about available resources in order to provide appropriate referrals • Ability to lead change in a positive, proactive and collaborative way • Excellent verbal and written communication skills • Ability to present educational materials to groups • Excellent problem solving skills • Ability and willingness to give and receive feedback • Experience with Motivational Interviewing is useful • Ability to work independently as well as in a team setting • Must be competent in working with people of diverse cultural and ethnic backgrounds • Demonstrated computer proficiency including use of Microsoft Office products and the ability to learn new tools as needed
General Job Description:
Mental Health Partners offers a diverse, quality work environment and a comprehensive benefit package MHP application and background check required Must be able to work flexible schedule to meet the needs of families. This will include some evenings and occasional weekends Required to work in clients’ homes and community environments, as necessary Job Description: The Wraparound Facilitator will engage high-need youth and their families in developing, implementing, and monitoring an intensive, individualized care plan. This position helps the youth and families to identify a support team who will collaboratively design a plan based upon family needs, strengths, and goals. The Wraparound Facilitator will support the team as they implement the plan and monitor its success. They will facilitate Wraparound team meetings including the development, implementation and monitoring of individualized care plans for high-need youth. Essential Duties: • Coordinates and facilitates Wraparound team meetings • Provides leadership in the development, implementation and evaluation of individualized plans using the phases and activities of Wraparound • Develops trust and mutual respect with youth and their teams • Assists teams to identifiy needs and create a shared vision • Assists families in identifying, recruiting and engaging natural supports • Enables teams to take ownership of the Wraparound process • Supports clients in identifying their strengths and building upon them • Develops the problem-solving skills and self-efficacy of the youth and team members • Identifies barriers to full participation in the Wraparound process and develops strategies to overcome them • Ensures the Wraparound processes is completed with high fidelity to the model and tracks progress toward goals • Provides support and advocacy for Wraparound teams • Prepares summary documents and final reports • Ensures that all required confidentiality and other compliance documents are current for each youth • Educates families, providers and the community about the Wraparound process • Contributes to and supports a positive, team-oriented work environment • Completes documentation of services and treatment plans consistent with clinical and administrative policies and procedures • Promotes and demonstrates MHP’s mission, vision and values through both behavior and job performance on a day to day basis • Effectively interacts and communicates with other MHP staff/clients/customers/partners/etc. • Regular and consistent attendance is required to perform other essential functions of the job • Other duties as assigned If you are interested and meet all minimal qualifications, please copy, paste and follow this link to apply online: https://www.hirebridge.com/v3/application/applink.aspx?cid=6993&jid=262146 Please note that the job start date is ASAP

214-077 Wraparound Facilitator

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
Mental Health Partners
Job posted on:
15 Jul 2014
Job starts on:
29 Sep 2014
Contact Name:
Jimena Ugaz
Email:
Phone:
303 4136310
Fax:
 
Address:
1333 Iris Avenue, Boulder, Colorado 80304
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Minimal Qualifications: • Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree preferred • At least two years’ previous experience working with at-risk youth required, preferably with those who could benefit from mental health or substance abuse treatment and/or have been involved in the juvenile justice system • 3-5 years’ experience facilitating small groups, preferably with multiple system involvement, required • Personal experience with mental health, substance abuse, juvenile justice or child welfare issues a definite plus • Previous experience with case management database administration preferred Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: • Commitment to the Wraparound principles: family voice and choice, team based, natural supports, collaboration, community based, culturally competent, individualized, strengths based, unconditional and outcomes based • Knowledge of Boulder County’s services and resources for youth and their families, or ability to quickly learn about available resources in order to provide appropriate referrals • Ability to lead change in a positive, proactive and collaborative way • Excellent verbal and written communication skills • Ability to present educational materials to groups • Excellent problem solving skills • Ability and willingness to give and receive feedback • Experience with Motivational Interviewing is useful • Ability to work independently as well as in a team setting • Must be competent in working with people of diverse cultural and ethnic backgrounds • Demonstrated computer proficiency including use of Microsoft Office products and the ability to learn new tools as needed
General Job Description:
Mental Health Partners offers a diverse, quality work environment and a comprehensive benefit package MHP application and background check required Must be able to work flexible schedule to meet the needs of families. This will include some evenings and occasional weekends Required to work in clients’ homes and community environments, as necessary Job Description: The Wraparound Facilitator will engage high-need youth and their families in developing, implementing, and monitoring an intensive, individualized care plan. This position helps the youth and families to identify a support team who will collaboratively design a plan based upon family needs, strengths, and goals. The Wraparound Facilitator will support the team as they implement the plan and monitor its success. They will facilitate Wraparound team meetings including the development, implementation and monitoring of individualized care plans for high-need youth. Essential Duties: • Coordinates and facilitates Wraparound team meetings • Provides leadership in the development, implementation and evaluation of individualized plans using the phases and activities of Wraparound • Develops trust and mutual respect with youth and their teams • Assists teams to identifiy needs and create a shared vision • Assists families in identifying, recruiting and engaging natural supports • Enables teams to take ownership of the Wraparound process • Supports clients in identifying their strengths and building upon them • Develops the problem-solving skills and self-efficacy of the youth and team members • Identifies barriers to full participation in the Wraparound process and develops strategies to overcome them • Ensures the Wraparound processes is completed with high fidelity to the model and tracks progress toward goals • Provides support and advocacy for Wraparound teams • Prepares summary documents and final reports • Ensures that all required confidentiality and other compliance documents are current for each youth • Educates families, providers and the community about the Wraparound process • Contributes to and supports a positive, team-oriented work environment • Completes documentation of services and treatment plans consistent with clinical and administrative policies and procedures • Promotes and demonstrates MHP’s mission, vision and values through both behavior and job performance on a day to day basis • Effectively interacts and communicates with other MHP staff/clients/customers/partners/etc. • Regular and consistent attendance is required to perform other essential functions of the job • Other duties as assigned If you are interested and meet all minimal qualifications, please copy, paste and follow this link to apply online: https://www.hirebridge.com/v3/application/applink.aspx?cid=6993&jid=262146 Please note that the job start date is ASAP

214-077 Wraparound Facilitator

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
Mental Health Partners
Job posted on:
15 Jul 2014
Job starts on:
29 Sep 2014
Contact Name:
Jimena Ugaz
Email:
Phone:
303 4136310
Fax:
 
Address:
1333 Iris Avenue, Boulder, Colorado 80304
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Minimal Qualifications: • Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree preferred • At least two years’ previous experience working with at-risk youth required, preferably with those who could benefit from mental health or substance abuse treatment and/or have been involved in the juvenile justice system • 3-5 years’ experience facilitating small groups, preferably with multiple system involvement, required • Personal experience with mental health, substance abuse, juvenile justice or child welfare issues a definite plus • Previous experience with case management database administration preferred Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: • Commitment to the Wraparound principles: family voice and choice, team based, natural supports, collaboration, community based, culturally competent, individualized, strengths based, unconditional and outcomes based • Knowledge of Boulder County’s services and resources for youth and their families, or ability to quickly learn about available resources in order to provide appropriate referrals • Ability to lead change in a positive, proactive and collaborative way • Excellent verbal and written communication skills • Ability to present educational materials to groups • Excellent problem solving skills • Ability and willingness to give and receive feedback • Experience with Motivational Interviewing is useful • Ability to work independently as well as in a team setting • Must be competent in working with people of diverse cultural and ethnic backgrounds • Demonstrated computer proficiency including use of Microsoft Office products and the ability to learn new tools as needed
General Job Description:
Mental Health Partners offers a diverse, quality work environment and a comprehensive benefit package MHP application and background check required Must be able to work flexible schedule to meet the needs of families. This will include some evenings and occasional weekends Required to work in clients’ homes and community environments, as necessary Job Description: The Wraparound Facilitator will engage high-need youth and their families in developing, implementing, and monitoring an intensive, individualized care plan. This position helps the youth and families to identify a support team who will collaboratively design a plan based upon family needs, strengths, and goals. The Wraparound Facilitator will support the team as they implement the plan and monitor its success. They will facilitate Wraparound team meetings including the development, implementation and monitoring of individualized care plans for high-need youth. Essential Duties: • Coordinates and facilitates Wraparound team meetings • Provides leadership in the development, implementation and evaluation of individualized plans using the phases and activities of Wraparound • Develops trust and mutual respect with youth and their teams • Assists teams to identifiy needs and create a shared vision • Assists families in identifying, recruiting and engaging natural supports • Enables teams to take ownership of the Wraparound process • Supports clients in identifying their strengths and building upon them • Develops the problem-solving skills and self-efficacy of the youth and team members • Identifies barriers to full participation in the Wraparound process and develops strategies to overcome them • Ensures the Wraparound processes is completed with high fidelity to the model and tracks progress toward goals • Provides support and advocacy for Wraparound teams • Prepares summary documents and final reports • Ensures that all required confidentiality and other compliance documents are current for each youth • Educates families, providers and the community about the Wraparound process • Contributes to and supports a positive, team-oriented work environment • Completes documentation of services and treatment plans consistent with clinical and administrative policies and procedures • Promotes and demonstrates MHP’s mission, vision and values through both behavior and job performance on a day to day basis • Effectively interacts and communicates with other MHP staff/clients/customers/partners/etc. • Regular and consistent attendance is required to perform other essential functions of the job • Other duties as assigned If you are interested and meet all minimal qualifications, please copy, paste and follow this link to apply online: https://www.hirebridge.com/v3/application/applink.aspx?cid=6993&jid=262146 Please note that the job start date is ASAP

214-077 Wraparound Facilitator

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
Mental Health Partners
Job posted on:
15 Jul 2014
Job starts on:
29 Sep 2014
Contact Name:
Jimena Ugaz
Email:
Phone:
303 4136310
Fax:
 
Address:
1333 Iris Avenue, Boulder, Colorado 80304
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Minimal Qualifications: • Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree preferred • At least two years’ previous experience working with at-risk youth required, preferably with those who could benefit from mental health or substance abuse treatment and/or have been involved in the juvenile justice system • 3-5 years’ experience facilitating small groups, preferably with multiple system involvement, required • Personal experience with mental health, substance abuse, juvenile justice or child welfare issues a definite plus • Previous experience with case management database administration preferred Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: • Commitment to the Wraparound principles: family voice and choice, team based, natural supports, collaboration, community based, culturally competent, individualized, strengths based, unconditional and outcomes based • Knowledge of Boulder County’s services and resources for youth and their families, or ability to quickly learn about available resources in order to provide appropriate referrals • Ability to lead change in a positive, proactive and collaborative way • Excellent verbal and written communication skills • Ability to present educational materials to groups • Excellent problem solving skills • Ability and willingness to give and receive feedback • Experience with Motivational Interviewing is useful • Ability to work independently as well as in a team setting • Must be competent in working with people of diverse cultural and ethnic backgrounds • Demonstrated computer proficiency including use of Microsoft Office products and the ability to learn new tools as needed
General Job Description:
Mental Health Partners offers a diverse, quality work environment and a comprehensive benefit package MHP application and background check required Must be able to work flexible schedule to meet the needs of families. This will include some evenings and occasional weekends Required to work in clients’ homes and community environments, as necessary Job Description: The Wraparound Facilitator will engage high-need youth and their families in developing, implementing, and monitoring an intensive, individualized care plan. This position helps the youth and families to identify a support team who will collaboratively design a plan based upon family needs, strengths, and goals. The Wraparound Facilitator will support the team as they implement the plan and monitor its success. They will facilitate Wraparound team meetings including the development, implementation and monitoring of individualized care plans for high-need youth. Essential Duties: • Coordinates and facilitates Wraparound team meetings • Provides leadership in the development, implementation and evaluation of individualized plans using the phases and activities of Wraparound • Develops trust and mutual respect with youth and their teams • Assists teams to identifiy needs and create a shared vision • Assists families in identifying, recruiting and engaging natural supports • Enables teams to take ownership of the Wraparound process • Supports clients in identifying their strengths and building upon them • Develops the problem-solving skills and self-efficacy of the youth and team members • Identifies barriers to full participation in the Wraparound process and develops strategies to overcome them • Ensures the Wraparound processes is completed with high fidelity to the model and tracks progress toward goals • Provides support and advocacy for Wraparound teams • Prepares summary documents and final reports • Ensures that all required confidentiality and other compliance documents are current for each youth • Educates families, providers and the community about the Wraparound process • Contributes to and supports a positive, team-oriented work environment • Completes documentation of services and treatment plans consistent with clinical and administrative policies and procedures • Promotes and demonstrates MHP’s mission, vision and values through both behavior and job performance on a day to day basis • Effectively interacts and communicates with other MHP staff/clients/customers/partners/etc. • Regular and consistent attendance is required to perform other essential functions of the job • Other duties as assigned If you are interested and meet all minimal qualifications, please copy, paste and follow this link to apply online: https://www.hirebridge.com/v3/application/applink.aspx?cid=6993&jid=262146 Please note that the job start date is ASAP

Development Coordinator

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
Book Trust
Job posted on:
15 Jul 2014
Job starts on:
01 Sep 2014
Contact Name:
Kelly McFarland
Email:
Phone:
720-459-6496
Fax:
 
Address:
789 Sherman Street, Suite 300A, Denver, Colorado 80203
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
EXPERIENCE AND ATTRIBUTES • Demonstrates a passion for the organization's mission. • Demonstrates ability to effectively communicate organizational mission. • Excellent organizational skills and detail-oriented focus. • Task oriented and deadline driven. • Professional demeanor with strong ethical standards and ability to adapt to change. • Thrives in a start-up environment. Sense of humor is a must. • An effective and open communicator, with high-level oral and writing skills. • Candidate must be a self-starter who can thrive working independently, as well as in a team environment. • Proactive problem-solver. Challenges ideas and raises alternative solutions as part of the decision-making process and supports team decisions once they have been made. • Takes full ownership of both individual and team responsibilities/goals and values truth and accuracy above achieving any specific goal. • Ability to work in shared workspace. • Willingness to learn and a desire to work in a growing and changing environment. • Willingness to work nights/weekends as needed for events. • Bachelor’s degree. Preferred Skills: • Previous non-profit experience working/interning in a development team. • Must have previous fundraising database experience. • Proficiency with software programs including: Microsoft Office Suite, Microsoft Windows and Microsoft 365. • Knowledge of and successful practice in fundraising/development practices, ethics, standards, and reporting.
General Job Description:
ORGANIZATION OVERVIEW Book Trust is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to empower children from low-income families to choose and own books, inspiring a passion for reading, developing literacy skills, and fostering life-long learning. Over 60% of low-income families have no books in the home and access to books is one of the leading predictors of success in school. For $70 per student per school year, participating students are empowered to order $7 worth of books each month of the school year from Scholastic Reading Club. Typically this is 2 to 3 books a month or 18 to 20 books over the course of the school year. Book Trust currently serves over 30,000 students in 12 states and is positioned to grow to serve 36,000 students in 14 states next year. POSITION SUMMARY The Development Coordinator is responsible for providing organizational support to the development team, including individual donor, foundation, communications, and event support. POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES • Full time- (40 hours/ week) Donor Database/Gift Processing • Utilize an online donor software package, Donor Perfect Online (DPO) to manage donor records. • Donor records management: adding donors, cleaning up records (eg. remove duplicate entries), updating records in DPO, scanning, and filing (electronic and hard-copies). • Proficiently execute weekly donor “batch” process: enter gifts into DPO, generate report for Finance Director, update batch, prepare and send thank you letters (electronically and printed). • Ensure donor communication (thank you letters) are fresh and up-to-date, as well as formatted online in DPO. • Assist with in-house bulk mailings: prepare envelopes, folding, stamping, and mailing. Special Events Support • Provide event support, e.g. collecting/picking up auction items, attend planning meetings, support and help coordinate volunteers, meeting minutes from event committees, pre-event day preparations, day of support at the event (set up, event tasks, break-down, follow-up). • Maintain calendar of events for fundraising and outreach activities General Development Support • Support Communications Director with e-newsletters, annual report, website maintenance, social media, and other communications pieces. • Coordinate and schedule meetings and appointments as requested by the Development Staff and Executive Director. • Assist with stewardship functions. • Other duties as assigned to support the Development Staff and Book Trust team. Other • Open mail daily and distribute. • Scan all cash/check donations and file appropriately. • Answer development team phones and forward as appropriate to other staff members. • Support development team by providing necessary documentation for annual audit. • Set up and attend weekly meetings, including all staff and development team meetings.

214-078 Bilingual Wraparound Facilitator

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
Mental Health Partners (IMPACT)
Job posted on:
14 Jul 2014
Job starts on:
01 Aug 2014
Contact Name:
Jimena Ugaz
Email:
Phone:
(303) 413-6310
Fax:
 
Address:
1333 Iris Avenue, Boulder, Colorado 80304
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Minimal Qualifications: • Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree preferred • At least two years’ previous experience working with at-risk youth required, preferably with those who could benefit from mental health or substance abuse treatment and/or have been involved in the juvenile justice system • 3-5 years’ experience facilitating small groups, preferably with multiple system involvement, required • Personal experience with mental health, substance abuse, juvenile justice or child welfare issues a definite plus • Previous experience with case management database administration preferred • Bilingual in English and Spanish required
General Job Description:
Mental Health Partners offers a diverse, quality work environment and a comprehensive benefit package. MHP application and background check required Requisito Bilingüe en español - Bilingual in English and Spanish required Must be able to work flexible schedule to meet the needs of families. This will include some evenings and occasional weekends Required to work in clients’ homes and community environments, as necessary Job Description: The Wraparound Facilitator will engage high-need youth and their families in developing, implementing, and monitoring an intensive, individualized care plan. This position helps the youth and families to identify a support team who will collaboratively design a plan based upon family needs, strengths, and goals. The Wraparound Facilitator will support the team as they implement the plan and monitor its success. They will facilitate Wraparound team meetings including the development, implementation and monitoring of individualized care plans for high-need youth. Essential Duties: • Coordinates and facilitates Wraparound team meetings • Provides leadership in the development, implementation and evaluation of individualized plans using the phases and activities of Wraparound • Develops trust and mutual respect with youth and their teams • Assists teams to identifiy needs and create a shared vision • Assists families in identifying, recruiting and engaging natural supports • Enables teams to take ownership of the Wraparound process • Supports clients in identifying their strengths and building upon them • Develops the problem-solving skills and self-efficacy of the youth and team members • Identifies barriers to full participation in the Wraparound process and develops strategies to overcome them • Ensures the Wraparound processes is completed with high fidelity to the model and tracks progress toward goals • Provides support and advocacy for Wraparound teams • Prepares summary documents and final reports • Ensures that all required confidentiality and other compliance documents are current for each youth • Educates families, providers and the community about the Wraparound process • Contributes to and supports a positive, team-oriented work environment • Completes documentation of services and treatment plans consistent with clinical and administrative policies and procedures • Promotes and demonstrates MHP’s mission, vision and values through both behavior and job performance on a day to day basis • Effectively interacts and communicates with other MHP staff/clients/customers/partners/etc. • Regular and consistent attendance is required to perform other essential functions of the job • Other duties as assigned Minimal Qualifications: • Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree preferred • At least two years’ previous experience working with at-risk youth required, preferably with those who could benefit from mental health or substance abuse treatment and/or have been involved in the juvenile justice system • 3-5 years’ experience facilitating small groups, preferably with multiple system involvement, required • Personal experience with mental health, substance abuse, juvenile justice or child welfare issues a definite plus • Previous experience with case management database administration preferred • Bilingual in English and Spanish required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: • Commitment to the Wraparound principles: family voice and choice, team based, natural supports, collaboration, community based, culturally competent, individualized, strengths based, unconditional and outcomes based • Knowledge of Boulder County’s services and resources for youth and their families, or ability to quickly learn about available resources in order to provide appropriate referrals • Ability to lead change in a positive, proactive and collaborative way • Excellent verbal and written communication skills • Ability to present educational materials to groups • Excellent problem solving skills • Ability and willingness to give and receive feedback • Experience with Motivational Interviewing is useful • Ability to work independently as well as in a team setting • Must be competent in working with people of diverse cultural and ethnic backgrounds • Demonstrated computer proficiency including use of Microsoft Office products and the ability to learn new tools as needed IF YOU ARE INTERESTED AND MEET ALL MINIMAL QUALIFICATIONS PLEASE COPY, PASTE AND CLICK ON THIS LINK TO APPLY ONLINE: https://www.hirebridge.com/v3/application/JobApplylogin.aspx?cid=6993&jid=262151 We are an Equal Opportunity Employer

Church Preschool Worker

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
NorthField Church
Job posted on:
14 Jul 2014
Job starts on:
01 Aug 2014
Contact Name:
Jeremy Conrad
Email:
Phone:
(720) 519-5973
Fax:
 
Address:
PO Box 202316, Denver, Colorado 80238
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
-Good communication skills -Ability to work with kids
General Job Description:
We are looking for individuals to work with our preschool children on Sunday mornings from 8:30 - 11:30. We would like to find 1 or 2 people who share both our passion for the gospel and our desire to see children's perspectives transformed by it. The ideal candidates would be students who desire to become a part of our church community. However, we also open to members of other churches whose service to our community does not interfere with his/her commitment to his/her own.

President and CEO

Job Type:
Director
Agency:
The Community Foundation Serving Greeley and Weld
Job posted on:
11 Jul 2014
Job starts on:
01 Nov 2014
Contact Name:
Search Committee
Email:
Phone:
970-304-9970
Fax:
970-352-1271
 
Address:
2425 35th Ave. Suite 201, Greeley, Colorado 80634
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
The ideal candidate must demonstrate success in reaching out to the community, participating with people of diverse racial and socioeconomic backgrounds and building rapport with those who have varying viewpoints and perceptions. High integrity and sound judgment are essential. We seek a leader who can demonstrate an ability to raise community awareness and to clearly articulate a message of vision and direction, particularly to those individuals, families and companies who have the desire and the capacity to make a significant philanthropic impact in the community. The position requires a bachelor’s degree in a related field with at least 5 years of top level foundation, business or nonprofit management experience.
General Job Description:
The Community Foundation Serving Greeley and Weld County (CFSGWC) was created in 1997 when the Greeley Area Community Foundation and the Weld Community Foundation merged. We now have 133 funds with an asset base of over $17.3 million. Reporting to the Board of Directors, the President/CEO will lead the continued and sustained growth of the Foundation assets, maintain and develop donor relationships, oversee the grant making program, supervise the staff, collaborate with community leaders and work with the Board to develop strategic direction for the Foundation.

Community Resource Manager

Job Type:
Other Manager (CFO, Marketing, etc)
Agency:
Jefferson County Library Foundation
Job posted on:
11 Jul 2014
Job starts on:
18 Aug 2014
Contact Name:
Natalie Martinez
Email:
Phone:
303.403.5077
Fax:
 
Address:
10790 West 50th Ave, Suite 200, Wheat Ridge, Colorado 80033
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
REQUIREMENTS OF THIS POSITION: • Professional organizational, interpersonal and communication skills (both verbal and written) • Volunteer management experience and ability to develop and cultivate key corps of volunteers • Ability to work independently • Detail-oriented • Good decision making abilities • Able to meet deadlines • Able to multi-task • Self-directed • Flexible • Work well in a team • Ability to prioritize, organize, be creative • Ability to handle stressful situations in a productive manner • Good computer skills, including competency with Microsoft Office Products • Event planning experience • Bachelor’s Degree • One to five years non-profit experience • Must be able to lift 25-40 lbs. • Love of books
General Job Description:
Jefferson County Library Foundation Community Resource Manager The Jefferson County Library Foundation is the fundraising arm of the Jefferson County Public Library, and we are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Our funding provides library-related services for which tax dollars are not available. Our mission is to support and enrich the capabilities, resources and services of the Jefferson County Public Library through fundraising and advocacy efforts that benefit our diverse community. Job Description Friends Gift and Book Shop Manager • Recruit, schedule, and train 24 volunteers for 7 day operation. Review training and book pricing guidelines annually. Ongoing training and annual training meeting for volunteers. • Buyer for gift inventory; 4-5 trips to Denver Merchandise Mart with majority of buying at the Gift expos in February and August. Phone and online orders. • Buys gift shop supplies. • Merchandising and display of books and gifts • Plans quarterly promotions • Cash handling, financial reports. • Develops and maintains a key corp of volunteers who assist in merchandising, pricing, training, buying and financial reports. Special Event Used Book Sales • Event Coordinator of two Whale Sales (June, October) and March Madness (March) at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds (100,000 books). Coordinate publicity, volunteer scheduling, fairground liaison, book residuals, set-up and break down, on-site management; crew chiefs, concessions, printed materials, signage, and pricing. Develop and maintain a key corps of volunteers critical to operation of large sales of 100,000 books. There is also a small Golden Romance Sale that needs to be coordinated. • Partner with Colorado Corrections for labor for set-up and partner with Jefferson County Community Service for labor during the sales. • Event Coordinator for three Holiday Whales in November and December at Belmar, Standley Lake and Golden Library (2,500 books) General Book Sale Operations/Used Book Sales in Libraries • Oversee four key volunteers re “vintage/collectible” books. These “vintage/collectible” books are sold at Curiosity Corner at Whale Sale and at silent auction at Rare and Novel. • Liaison with operation supervisors at the 10 libraries on book donations and book sorting training. • Review annually the book sorting guidelines. Schedule book sorting “trainings” for volunteers. • Handles requests for used book donations from individuals and nonprofit groups. Fundraising/Solicitation • Rare and Novel, our annual fundraiser: Responsible for coordination of silent auction “collectible books” and better books. • Assist in all fundraising events as needed Administration/Publicity • Read/respond to internal library emails/correspondence • Attend professional development trainings. • Make deposits; pick up supplies, make change for gift shop. • Page appreciation coupon program in April-May. • Submit articles to Friends (4x year); write copy for promotions. Work with Public Info Office and graphics on promotions and publicity. Community Partnerships • Maintain partnerships with Colorado Corrections Center, Jefferson County Fairgrounds, Jefferson County Justice Services Division (Community Service), and “Race to Read” Bandimere program. • Explore 3 new community relationships that will benefit the Foundation. Salary & Benefits $35,000-$43,000 with medical and vision benefits and vacation and paid time off

Speech and Language Therapist

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
Children's Outreach Project
Job posted on:
10 Jul 2014
Job starts on:
25 Aug 2014
Contact Name:
Danielle Meir
Email:
Phone:
303-429-0653
Fax:
 
Address:
8000 Pecos Street, Denver, Colorado 80221
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Master's Degree in speech and language pathology Current license with DORA Familiar with Medicaid documentation Experience with assessment and treatment Professional demeanor Comfortable working in a team office environment Clear written and oral skills Preferred experience with early intervention (Part B and C) Bilingual in English and Spanish strongly preferred
General Job Description:
Screen students Track monthly data and submit to Director of Programming and Therapeutic Services Participate in family meetings Write reports, observations and recommendations as needed Provide therapy to students in classroom, individual, and small group settings Maintain a schedule of service and student progress Consult with staff and parents Establish and maintain agency contacts Act as a resource, if needed, to the general public and students

Legislative and Project Associate

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
Siegel Public Affairs
Job posted on:
09 Jul 2014
Job starts on:
08 Aug 2014
Contact Name:
Carolyn Siegel
Email:
Phone:
3038632400
Fax:
 
Address:
1115 Grant St, Denver, Colorado 80203
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
• Experience and commitment to issues of social and economic justice • Strong written and verbal communication skills • Ability to take initiative, work well independently • Work well under pressure and be able to juggle multiple responsibilities • Confidence in public speaking and outreach • Excellent organizational and computer skills • Ability to work long hours and have a flexible schedule during height of the legislative and electoral seasons. • Comfortable analyzing and synthesizing information on wide range of policy issues • Experience in legislative or electoral work, or in the non-profit or labor community is helpful.
General Job Description:
Siegel Public Affairs provides consulting services to non-profits and labor unions committed to promoting social and economic justice. We assist in the development of policy, lobby for passage of legislation, conduct strategic and campaign planning and assist in coalition building and electoral strategies. Our work includes advocacy for choice on reproductive health, assisting low income people, defending workers' rights, ensuring civil and legal rights, promoting conservation efforts and protecting the right to vote. We are seeking a dedicated and talented individual in a full time permanent capacity to work with us to advance policy goals in the legislative and electoral arenas. Responsibilities Include: • Recruit organizations and individuals to support policy proposals • Provide support to advocacy coalitions • Conduct direct lobbying at the Capitol • Develop and maintain ongoing relationships with elected officials • Monitor legislation and attend relevant committee meetings • Track meetings and activities of relevant commissions, task forces and interim committees during the off session • Maintain communications and reporting with clients on legislative developments • Assist clients in developing legislative and policy plans • Develop written materials to assist clients in issue advocacy • Mobilize voters and community members in grassroots activities to support policy and campaign goals • Support administrative operations, including computer and data organization and maintenance, scheduling and other duties. Salary: This is a full-time permanent position. Salary is commensurate with experience. Benefits include employer paid health and dental insurance, paid vacation and holidays and paid sick days and family leave. Application Requirements: E-mail a cover letter and resume to info@siegelpa.com Deadline to apply is Wednesday, July 23rd. No phone calls please, we will let you know if you are selected for the interview process. Tentative start date between August 1 and August 15

Campaign Associate

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
Siegel Public Affairs
Job posted on:
09 Jul 2014
Job starts on:
08 Aug 2014
Contact Name:
Carolyn Siegel
Email:
Phone:
3038632400
Fax:
 
Address:
1115 Grant St, Denver, Colorado 80203
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
• Demonstrated commitment to protect reproductive health choices and promote social and economic justice • Strong written and verbal communication skills • Leadership to take initiative and work well independently • Comfortable working under pressure • Strong organizational and computer skills • Excellent attention to detail • Confidence in public speaking and outreach • Ability to work long hours and have a flexible schedule • Community or labor organizing or electoral campaign experience is helpful
General Job Description:
Siegel Public Affairs provides consulting services to non-profits and labor unions committed to promoting social and economic justice. We assist in the development of policy, lobby for passage of legislation, conduct strategic and campaign planning and assist in coalition building and electoral strategies. Our work includes advocacy for freedom of choice on reproductive health, assisting low income people, defending workers' rights, ensuring civil and legal rights, promoting conservation efforts and protecting the right to vote. We seek a Campaign Associate to work with us through the election cycle to assist us in our coalition building, organizing and electoral work this summer and fall. A main focus of this work will be working to defeat personhood efforts and protect reproductive choice in the 2014 election. In addition, the position includes administrative duties and possibly some work to prepare for the 2015 legislative session. The position requires evening and weekend work. Responsibilities Include: • Conduct outreach to organizations and individuals to build support for campaigns • Assist in planning events such as rallies, canvass days and information sessions throughout the state • Engage in direct voter outreach through door to door and phone contacts • Assist in volunteer training and management to conduct voter and community outreach • Disseminate campaign messaging and materials • Maintain database of outreach results • Schedule meetings with stakeholders and individuals • Perform various administrative duties Salary and Timeframe: This is a full time temporary position from early August 2014 through November 30, 2014. Salary is commensurate with experience. Application Requirements: E-mail a cover letter and resume to info@siegelpa.com Deadline to apply is Wednesday, July 23rd. No phone calls please, we will let you know if you are selected for the interview process. Tentative start date between August 1 and August 15

Executive Director

Job Type:
Director
Agency:
Mesa Verde Foundation
Job posted on:
09 Jul 2014
Job starts on:
15 Sep 2014
Contact Name:
Carolyn McCormick
Email:
Phone:
111-111-1111
Fax:
 
Address:
Perry St., Castle Rock, Colorado 80104
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Who We Are and What We Do The Mesa Verde Foundation is made up of a team of staff and board members whose main goals are to preserve, protect and enhance the rich natural and cultural heritage of Mesa Verde National Park. Mesa Verde Foundation acts as the main philanthropic partner for Mesa Verde National Park, which is located in Montezuma County, Colorado, near the southwestern corner of the state. Because only a small portion of entrance fees paid to the park actually go toward the preservation of Mesa Verde, extra funding is necessary to keep this ancient treasure intact for future generations. Mesa Verde Foundation exists to fund capital improvements, projects and educational endeavors for Mesa Verde National Park in order to promote an understanding of its cultural and natural resources. We do this through: • fundraising efforts, • special events that benefit the park, and • continued support from our donors and members of our Fellows program We believe that it’s essential to our collective cultural heritage to maintain the beauty of this ancient treasure, so we continuously work with Park staff to identify projects and programs that will preserve the legacy of Mesa Verde National Park for future generations. The Board of the Mesa Verde Foundation now seeks a dedicated, dynamic Executive Director to lead and enhance our efforts to preserve this unique resource for generations to come. Position Overview The Executive Director is the principal executive officer of the Foundation, and is responsible for the planning and execution of fundraising plans and activities; day-to-day operations; financial systems and reporting; and staffing of MVF, in accordance with the policy guidance and fiscal controls established by the Board of Directors. Mesa Verde Foundation is a small organization, requiring leadership that can focus on multiple tasks concurrently, while maintaining acute attention to numerous details. This position requires working closely and cooperatively with the members of the Board, the Superintendent and staff of Mesa Verde National Park and the National Park Service, and also working with the 24 American Indian Tribes culturally and/or historically affiliated with Mesa Verde. The Executive Director interacts with individuals at the highest levels of the federal, state and tribal governments, and of private and non-profit entities. The Foundation has two other part-time staff members and raises approximately $600,000/year in operating and special project funds. The Foundation currently has its offices in Castle Rock, Colorado, south of Denver. However, the board is flexible about the future location of the office and would support moving it to the metro Denver, Colorado Springs, or Cortez/Mancos/Durango areas as appropriate. Qualifications The Foundation seeks a dynamic, committed, proven fundraising leader who can direct our operations to increased results and impact. Specific qualifications for the position include: Leadership • 7-10 years of relevant experience and demonstrated success as a senior manager or director of a non-profit organization. Experience with National Park Service partners or other public agency support groups desirable. • Proven leadership and strategic planning skills demonstrating the ability to formulate and articulate both specific goals and long-term vision for MVF. • Strong and proven board governance knowledge. • Ability to maintain and foster strong and effective board relationships. Fundraising • Strong and proven fundraising background and skills with non-profit organizations, including donor prospect research, donor prospect cultivation, solicitations, the preparation of grant proposals, major gifts, event sponsorships, and the ability to effectively represent MVF in personal contacts with individuals, businesses, charitable foundations, and other funding organizations. • Strong and proven gift stewardship abilities. • Strong and proven event planning and execution abilities. Operations • Knowledge of and experience with financial management, budget planning, cash flow forecasting, and experience working with communications regarding financial statements and investment portfolios. • Computer skills including the ability to create presentations using visual aids and Word, Power Point, Publisher, and Excel. Understanding and skills relating to QuickBooks are desirable. • Ability to oversee and provide content for the Mesa Verde Foundation website and other Social Media. • Knowledge of and experience with training, counseling, evaluation, and coaching techniques to obtain the most efficient use of staff and volunteers. Personal qualities and Commitment to Mission • Sensitivity to and basic knowledge of the resources (cultural, historical and ecological) at Mesa Verde National Park, and the ability to communicate the regional, national and international importance of Mesa Verde National Park resources for the advancement of the goals of both the Mesa Verde Foundation and the Mesa Verde National Park. Experience in working in multi-cultural groups in the U.S. or abroad is desirable. • Excellent written and oral communication skills as well as demonstrable problem solving skills, initiative and the ability to be sensitive, flexible and creative when problems arise. • “A Team Player” in the face, at times, of complex federal policies and regulations governing the activities of the Mesa Verde Foundation. Above all, the board seeks a proven leader who can carry our message of historic and cultural preservation to interested investors in new and effective ways. How to Apply Qualified applicants are encouraged to apply for this exciting leadership position by sending a cover letter, resume, salary requirements, and three references to Carolyn McCormick of Peak HR Consulting, LLC at Carolyn.McCormick@peakhrconsulting.com. All applications are to be submitted electronically. To learn more about the Mesa Verde Foundation and this position, please visit www.mesaverdefoundation.org . The Mesa Verde Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
General Job Description:
The Executive Director is the principal executive officer of the Foundation, and is responsible for the planning and execution of fundraising plans and activities; day-to-day operations; financial systems and reporting; and staffing of MVF, in accordance with the policy guidance and fiscal controls established by the Board of Directors.

Operations Associate

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
Colorado Civic Engagement Roundtable
Job posted on:
08 Jul 2014
Job starts on:
15 Aug 2014
Contact Name:
Amanda Gonzalez
Email:
Phone:
720-608-4626
Fax:
 
Address:
450 E. 17th Ave. , Denver, Colorado 80203
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
- Previous experience in organizing an office and related systems - Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work across multiple communities and in diverse settings - An ability to think creatively and resourcefully to solve problems - Excellent organizational skills with a commitment to detail and accuracy - Ability to prioritize in a fast-paced environment and meet deadlines - Previous experience with Word, Excel, PowerPoint - Prezi experience a plus - QuickBooks experience a plus
General Job Description:
The Colorado Civic Engagement Roundtable, a 501(c)(3) is seeking a wonderful part-time Operations Associate to join our team! Based in Denver, the Operations Associate will report to the Executive Director and is responsible for the following: - Manage office—including supply orders, scheduling the conference room and maintaining internal systems - Maintain organization’s files (both online and offline) - Maintain office-wide and Roundtable group wide communications lists - Prepare all bank deposits. - Enter receivables into QuickBooks. - Prepare checks and pay invoices - Monitor the PO Box. - Work with accountant to set up tracking systems for grant reports. - Prepare grant financials. - Work with accountant and Executive Director on Audit preparation

Chief Executive Officer

Job Type:
Director
Agency:
BRIDGE Healthcare Partners
Job posted on:
08 Jul 2014
Job starts on:
15 Oct 2014
Contact Name:
Carolyn McCormick
Email:
Phone:
111-111-1111
Fax:
 
Address:
n/a, Denver or Minneapolis, Colorado 80230
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Affiliates of the Planned Parenthood organization have joined together to create a legal entity called a Managed Service Organization, operating under the corporate name of BRIDGE Healthcare Partners. The goal of the MSO is provide and manage services more efficiently and effectively together than they can apart. The MSO is known and recognized as a smart and strategic business organization providing superior services to generate revenue and cost savings for participating affiliates to invest back into client services and personnel. The MSO is innovative, collaborative, flexible at navigating big issues, and an excellent example of creativity coupled with practicality to achieve mission and margin. BRIDGE was founded in 2011 by Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains and Planned Parenthood of Minnesota, North Dakota, and South Dakota with a focus on sharing resources to provide a suite of IT services including Electronic Practice Management. The Electronic Practice Management System automates a number of core functions needed by both affiliates including patient appointments, patient billing, and clinical tracking of services provided by the two affiliates. Electronic health records have been added to the scope of services provided, and additional revenue management functions are now being incorporated into BRIDGE’s diverse offerings. Since its inception, BRIDGE has successfully expanded to provide IT support services to Planned Parenthood affiliates in Hawaii, Maryland, and Montana, and discussions are currently underway with additional affiliates to automate these functions for their operations. In two short years of operations, BRIDGE has built an annual operating budget of $2 million and employs 50 skilled and dedicated staff members primarily in Minneapolis and Denver. BRIDGE systems are based on NextGen software. The Board of Directors of BRIDGE now seeks a highly skilled Chief Executive Officer to direct its next chapter of growth and development. Position Overview The Chief Executive Officer is responsible for the design and implementation of the organizational strategy as well as leadership of professional staff in the execution of operations. The CEO has responsibility for the organization’s financial, compliance, and human resource functions. Additionally, the CEO is charged with developing positive relationships with BRIDGE clients and communicating and managing to performance expectations. As a provider of IT support in the field of healthcare, the CEO needs to understand the unique IT requirements and needs of healthcare. The successful CEO balances the demands of current product lines and service delivery expectations with organizational growth, without losing focus on a strong customer service orientation. In addition to the ongoing management of the services to the existing partners, this executive designs, develops, and executes a business strategy for expanding the service options and selling them to other organizations where appropriate both within the PPFA family and eventually outside, if appropriate. The CEO assures that the activities meet business unit, function and employee needs. S/he develops and manages the service delivery model, service level agreements and issue resolution for services delivered. This includes outside agreements with third party vendors and software providers. Qualifications Qualified candidates must have the following: • 10+ years of total business experience with multi-disciplinary experience across more than one functional area in either a program management or senior executive level capacity. • 5+ years’ experience with clinical operations and technology in a community health setting. Candidate will have successfully developed standards and protocols to deliver supporting business processes for IT, call centers, training and help desk functions. • 5+ years working in a Revenue Cycle Management environment. Proven understanding of working with third party payers including Medicaid and Insurance. • Proven record of accomplishment of success with measurable performance improvement programs, revenue growth, and ability to achieve cost reductions while increasing customer and employee satisfaction ratings. • Proven ability to function effectively in a complex, fast-paced, and growth-oriented organization with wide geographic distribution across multiple states and cultural diversity. • Outstanding communication skills and proven ability to build and nurture effective relationships with a variety of stakeholders, board members, and customers. • Must be willing and able to support the mission of Planned Parenthood. • Bachelor’s degree required. Master’s degree is preferred. We seek a dynamic, committed, entrepreneurial leader who can bring outstanding business and process skills coupled with a passion for and commitment to our mission of supporting comprehensive access to women’s healthcare to this MSO. We need a leader who is strategic, results-oriented, and with a bias for action. We are excited about the opportunity BRIDGE brings for the partnering affiliates to increase client service while being effective stewards of each affiliate’s resources, and we want a leader for the organization who is equally committed to these goals. Compensation The selected candidate will receive an attractive compensation package, which will be commensurate with experience and with existing BRIDGE compensation structures. The board of BRIDGE fully expects the incoming CEO to grow the business and has established a compensation level to attract the best talent to effect that growth. How to Apply To apply for this position, please send your resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to Carolyn McCormick of Peak HR Consulting, LLC at Carolyn.McCormick@peakhrconsulting.com. All applications are to be sent via email. Learn more about BRIDGE at http://www.linkedin.com/company/bridge-healthcare-partners. Equal Opportunity Employer.
General Job Description:
The Chief Executive Officer is responsible for the design and implementation of the organizational strategy as well as leadership of professional staff in the execution of operations.

Multi-family Property Manager

Job Type:
Other Manager (CFO, Marketing, etc)
Agency:
Thistle Communities
Job posted on:
08 Jul 2014
Job starts on:
25 Aug 2014
Contact Name:
Maureen Malone
Email:
Phone:
303-443-0007
Fax:
 
Address:
1845 Folsom Street, Boulder, Colorado 80302
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
The right candidate will be responsible for, and should be able to demonstrate experience in: *Resident Relations/Problem Solving *Personnel Management *Property Financial Performance *Business and Office Management *Customer Service *Manage all leasing activities Job requirements: *Five or more years' experience in multifamily property management *Five or more years' direct supervisory experience *Ability to Multi-task in a fast paced environment Preferred candidates will have: *Tax Credit Experience *Scattered site property management *Proficiency in Yardi or similar property management software
General Job Description:
Thistle Communities is a nationally recognized nonprofit providing affordable and workforce housing. We are looking for an outstanding Property Manager to direct operations for our busy Boulder Portfolio. The Boulder Property Manager will fill a critical role in our organization and we are looking for a dynamic leader that has the desire and ability to positively impact, manage and assume bottom line accountability for a $2M portfolio.

Development Director

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
PlaceMatters
Job posted on:
07 Jul 2014
Job starts on:
25 Aug 2014
Contact Name:
Kayla Gilbert
Email:
Phone:
3039640903
Fax:
 
Address:
1507 Blake Street, Denver, Colorado 80202
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
For full job description and to apply, please submit your information online via bit.ly/PMDevDir. Applications deadline: extended to July 31st, 2014.
General Job Description:
PlaceMatters is a small, high-impact and nationally known non-profit dedicated to building more vibrant and sustainable communities through better civic engagement and decision-making. We are seeking a Development Director to direct and manage PlaceMatters’ fundraising activities. The Development Director will work with the PlaceMatters President/CEO, board members, and staff to develop and execute fundraising strategies to realize the organization’s annual revenue goals. This includes generating significant foundation and corporate support, individual donations, and special events.

Director of Donor Relations

Job Type:
Program Director
Agency:
Catholic Charities
Job posted on:
07 Jul 2014
Job starts on:
31 Jul 2014
Contact Name:
Human Resources
Email:
Phone:
303.742.0828
Fax:
303.742.4431
 
Address:
4045 Pecos Street, Denver, Colorado 80246
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
QUALIFICATIONS •Degree in a related field with experience in fundraising, including demonstrated ability to identify, solicit and obtain large gifts and in implementing and executing a donor cultivation program that results in increased donor base and individual giving •Ability to understand and convey to others the values and social teachings of the Catholic Church as they relate to the mission and work of Catholic Charities. •Ability to work effectively within the framework of Catholic teachings. •Strong organizational, communication, interpersonal and presentation skills. •Intermediate knowledge of computers to input information, maintain client and program data, create and generate reports, and create communications, including Microsoft Office and donor databases. •Knowledge of the service population’s cultural and socioeconomic characteristics and the appropriate techniques and practices for the client population. •Ability to interact effectively as a team member and independently with Agency staff and with a diverse client base. •Ability to establish and maintain rapport with a variety of constituents through excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills and a variety of mediums •Demonstrated ability in project management and delivery, including meeting deadlines EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE Master's degree (MA/MS) from accredited college or university in a related field such as business or marketing; and four to six years related management experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
General Job Description:
SUMMARY: This position is guided by the mission, values and goals of Catholic Charities, and achieves fundraising goals through identifying, cultivating, soliciting and stewardship of current and potential high wealth donor through establishing and sustaining trusted relationships. Leads the planning, development, service delivery and evaluation, fiscal management, recordkeeping and documentation for donor relations. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES •Ensures appropriate techniques and standards are applied in program development and service delivery. •Works collaboratively in developing strategic plans, priorities and directing the implementation of practices consistent with our mission and Catholic teachings. •Provides leadership to program staff in administering the Agency’s goals and policies, and acts in a manner consistent with Catholic Charities’ mission and values and the teachings of the Catholic Church. •Develops and administers area budgets within the guidelines established by the Board and Administration •Analyzes program statistics to evaluate services and outcomes. Directs implementation of improvements as appropriate •Ensures that programs and services comply with licensing, accreditation, state and federal standards and other appropriate regulatory or professional requirements. •Develops and nurtures relationships with existing and prospective donors, particularly with high wealth donors, to increase their financial support •Manages process to build relationships with donors and solicit support, including researching potential donors, making initial contact, personal solicitations and other appropriate means •Manages a portfolio of current and potential high wealth donors, including trusts, foundations, high wealth families and individuals, to increase their giving levels •Keeps detailed and timely records of communication and interactions with donors. •Oversees and coordinates the planning, development, and implementation of events and associated activities that enhance or increase donations. •Makes personalized presentations to donors. •Communicates at least quarterly with donors to cultivate relationship, answer questions, inform about upcoming events and other areas which are relevant to them, using variety of communication techniques (in person, letter, email, etc.) •Manages financial and other resources effectively. •Coordinates and produces a range of financial, budget, and ad hoc reports, proposals, and analyses for management. •Promotes and adheres to Catholic Charities’ vision, mission, values and Code of Ethics. •Reflects Catholic Charities’ commitment to treating all persons with dignity and respect. TO APPLY: Please visit www.ccdenver.org and click on Careers or submit resume and cover letter by fax to 303-742-4431

Program Director

Job Type:
Program Director
Agency:
Boys Hope Girls Hope of Colorado
Job posted on:
02 Jul 2014
Job starts on:
01 Sep 2014
Contact Name:
Michelle Shanker
Email:
Phone:
3142981250
Fax:
 
Address:
7060 E. Hampden Ave, Denver, Colorado 80224
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
The Program Director must demonstrate problem solving and critical thinking skills as well as sensitivity to different religious backgrounds and cultures. Ideal candidates will have: • Experience managing a diverse and talented staff • Knowledge of and experience with youth residential care practice in Colorado • Understanding of child development • Computer proficiency with Microsoft Office and Internet applications • Familiarity with non-profit operations • The ability to manage several projects and activities at the same time • Read and speak Spanish Qualified applicants must be at least 21 years of age, have a Master’s Degree or PhD in Social Work, Guidance and Counseling, or Education from an accredited school, and a proven track record of program management in child welfare or youth development. Candidates with residential programming experience and experience supporting college prep for an underprivileged population are preferred. Qualified candidates will have knowledge of residential care practice and Colorado licensing regulations. The position requires the ability to supervise staff and ensure that the condition of program property is well maintained as well as certification in QMAP, First Aid, CPR and Therapeutic Crisis Intervention.
General Job Description:
Boys Hope Girls Hope of Colorado is seeking a Program Director to be responsible for management of two residential scholarship homes and the oversight of an Academy program in southeast metro Denver. This position requires a motivated, energetic individual who has the ability to manage diverse groups of people and communicate clearly and effectively with adolescents, their guardians or parents, co-workers, supervisees and supervisor, board members, teachers and other audiences verbally or in writing. Boys Hope Girls Hope helps academically capable and motivated children-in-need to meet their full potential and become men and women for others by providing value-centered, family-like homes, opportunities and education through college. For more information about Boys Hope Girls Hope, visit our website at www.boyshopegirlshope.org. Please submit your resume to execsearch@bhgh.org along with a cover letter with your salary history.

Database Development Coordinator

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
Mile High Ministries
Job posted on:
30 Jun 2014
Job starts on:
01 Aug 2014
Contact Name:
Karen Marchant
Email:
Phone:
3038395198
Fax:
 
Address:
913 N. Wyandot, Denver, Colorado 80204
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Development Database Administrator The Donor Database Administrator’s organizational purpose is to contribute to the successful implementation of the MHM mission: Mile High Ministries mobilizes its communities and equips leaders for God’s transformational work among the poor. Purpose: An integral member of the fundraising team, the Database Administrator reports to the Director of Strategic Development. This position provides donors with an excellent donor experience by delivering superior customer service. This position manages all aspects of data input and output to ensure the integrity of the database, trains all end users to ensure consistency, and implements processes and procedures consistent with industry standards and best practices. This position oversees all gift entry and receipting; and provides accurate financial and analytical reports for Development Directors, Program Directors, and Affiliate Directors, Executive Director and the Chief Financial Officer. Working with the Communications and Marketing manager, this position is responsible for the production and fulfillment of all Development in-house communications and provides technical support for all fundraising activities. Reports to: The Director of Strategic Development Primary Job Responsibilities • Maintain the overall integrity and quality of the donor database, including regular data hygiene and the enforcement of database processes and management • Oversee gift entry and receipting to ensure accurate and timely processing • Work with Development Directors to acknowledge all donations and pledges by written correspondence and other means • Fulfill data and reporting requests, including the generation of donor lists, regular progress reports, and extraction of data for analytical purposes for all programs and affiliates as needed • Create weekly, monthly, quarterly, bi-annual and annual reports for analytical and reporting purposes and train Development staff in their use • Track monthly donations and work with Development Directors to coordinate quarterly thank you calls and renew giving commitments • Responsible for DEZ quarterly filings for donors and year-end giving statements • Provide excellent customer service, responding to donors’ questions and requests in a timely manner • Track/highlight first gifts, upgraded gifts or special gifts for stewardship and cultivation • Work with the Development Directors to monitor lapsed gifts, including monthly gifts • Work with Development Directors and the Director of Strategic Development to actively identify prospects, target prospects for donor visits/calls and move annual fund donors to major donors. • Become familiar with donors to make creative connections between donors, prospects, events, programs, and their spheres of influence • Work with Communications and Marketing Manager to fulfill all in-house mailings • Reconcile all donations with accounting to ensure accuracy and consistency of reporting • Work with Development Directors, Program and Affiliate Directors, and Director of Strategic Development to track and record data for organizational and program reporting • Provide the Director of Finance with necessary information for the annual audit • Provide administrative support as needed • Work with the Director of Strategic Development to create budget and monitor development expenses for the General Fund • Provide assistance with invitation lists for donor events Additional responsibilities as the role expands • Optimize the use of the donor database by staying current on functionality enhancements and training staff to ensure consistency and accuracy of use • Create, develop and maintain efficient systems for data cleansing, data entry, gift processing, prospect research, and relationship management. Trains Development staff and other MHM staff to ensure organizational standards are met • Track campaign and appeal data for analyzing their success • Research other donor data base solutions to replace eTapestry with a more cost-effective solution with greater functionality • Oversee the migration of all data to the new system Hours/Benefits • This position is 30 hours per week and is not eligible for benefits • Salary information available upon request and DOE • Where not specifically stated, this position will have all the rights and responsibilities of MHM part-time employees per the MHM personnel standards Job Requirements • Bachelor’s Degree is preferred and must have a minimum of three years experience in non-profit donor database management and administration, including demonstrated proficiency in prospect and constituent management, data imports and exports, and reporting • Must be proficient in Microsoft Office, including Excel • Must possess excellent analytical, organizational, and communication skills • Must have knowledge of applicable tax laws, fundraising practices and donor relations • Must have a strong customer service orientation • Must be able to organize and prioritize work, be proactive, resolve problems and have good follow-through while managing multiple tasks • Must have some budget experience • Must have a desire to inspire generosity in our stakeholders and a desire to encourage donors in their spiritual journeys • Must be a collaborative team player • Must be a committed follower of Jesus Christ, actively involved in a local church or accountability group • Must have a heart for both the poor and the wealthy • Must be a committed member of the MHM staff, willing to attend weekly staff meetings, and actively participate in spiritual formation exercises and staff development activities
General Job Description:

Executive Director

Job Type:
Director
Agency:
PlatteForum
Job posted on:
27 Jun 2014
Job starts on:
01 Sep 2014
Contact Name:
Trish Thibodo
Email:
Phone:
3038930791
Fax:
 
Address:
1610 Little Raven St., ST 135, Denver, Colorado 80202
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR PlatteForum is a truly dynamic organization where all staff work collaboratively with trust, respect and shared values. Care is taken in selecting new staff to include people whose skill sets, work ethic, passion and inter-personal styles support each other in fulfilling PlatteForum’s mission. Please visit www.platteforum.org. The Executive Director reports to PlatteForum’s Board of Directors and works in partnership with the Artistic Director and the Board to develop and execute the strategic vision that supports PlatteForum’s artistic mission and values. The Executive Director will strive to enhance PlatteForum’s artistic and programmatic recognition nationally and internationally, and will implement strategies to seek continued growth while ensuring organizational sustainability. The ideal candidate will bring energy, tenacity and a passion for the arts, culture and young people while communicating and advancing PlatteForum’s vision, value and programming to the broader community. He or she will have a well-rounded set of competencies that places him or her ahead of other candidates in the field including: leadership experience, diplomacy, interpersonal skills, self-management, personal accountability and community focus. Primary Responsibilities: *Pursue the fulfillment of PlatteForum’s mission, in accordance with the artistic vision of the organization and in consultation with the Board.Maximize contributed and earned revenue. *Lead expansion of Board and donor base. *Increase the visibility, prominence, financial resources, relevance, growth and impact of PlatteForum. *Manage the day to day management, operations and finances of the organization. *Develop financial reports and review financial and operating performance. With staff expand marketing, communications, community development, and public image. *Supervise a staff team of Program Director, Development Director, Program Coordinator, contract staff, interns and twice-monthly book-keeper. *Oversee the retention plan for official records and documents. *Ensure PlatteForum’s compliance with federal, state, and local regulations as well as workplace employment law. Ideal Strengths: *Executive leadership: Organizes and motivates people to accomplish goals and empowers them by providing clear direction and purpose through a positive, dynamic example of leadership. *Entrepreneurship: Prioritizes activities to meet organizational goals and responsibilities, in a fast-paced and entrepreneurial environment. *Financial management: Oversee the financial status of the organization including setting financial priorities and the development of short- and long-term financial planning and budgeting in support of the strategic goals and program requirements. Manage day to day finances. *Results orientation: Identifies strategic initiatives and embraces a comprehensive organizational focus that most effectively mobilizes human, technical and financial resources to maximize results. Interpersonal skills: *Initiates and develops constructive and productive relationships, in support of PlatteForum’s misson, and collaborates with a diverse range of people both internally and externally. *Communication skills: Communicates and relates to others clearly and considerately, in order to effectively advocate for and transmit PlatteForum interests to a variety of stakeholders. *Teamwork: Contributes positively and productively to the team and builds trusting and supportive relationships with colleagues and stakeholders. *Self-starting: Initiates and sustains momentum independently and is proactive in seeking new opportunities. *Artistic appreciation: Has a passion for the arts, and appreciates its multiple values and social relevance. *Ability to develop strong and mutually supportive relationships with the Artistic Director and Board, in addition to the staff, artists, youth, community members and all those who make up the PlatteForum family. *Appreciate the PlatteForum’s past accomplishments, understand its present challenges, and envision its future potential. Candidate will have a and understand and appreciation of creative communities and the impact on the life of an organization and of the city. This position requires a Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of 5+ years of senior management experience. Candidates must have a proven track record of success in working with boards, staff, communities and donors to achieve goals. An advanced degree is desirable. A passion for and history of working with arts, culture, education, community and/or other not-for-profit organizations is required. The ideal candidate will also be a respected leader in the regional arts community. Candidates must have excellent oral and written communication skills. This position requires a leader with strong interpersonal skills and the ability to build excellent relationships with people of all ages and backgrounds. Proficiency in Macintosh computers, email communications and Quickbooks is a must, along with a basic understanding of Microsoft Office Suite, GoogleApps, WordPress, CRM (PlatteForum uses Little Green Light) and Adobe Suite. Salary range: $65,000 - $75,000 DOE PLEASE EMAIL RESUME, COVER LETTER AND THREE REFERENCES TO: jobs@platteforum.org Please put "Executive Director" in the subject line Applications accepted through July 25, 2014
General Job Description:

Director of Major Gifts

Job Type:
Director
Agency:
University Relations - Regis University
Job posted on:
26 Jun 2014
Job starts on:
04 Aug 2014
Contact Name:
Pat Sullivan
Email:
Phone:
303-458-4172
Fax:
 
Address:
3333 Regis Blvd. B-16, Denver, Colorado 80221
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
? Applicants MUST apply through the Regis University Jobs (Human Resources) website. Mailing documents directly will not constitute application. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS • Bachelor’s degree required. • Minimum of five years significant major gift fundraising experience, preferably in a University environment. • Minimum of three years significant staff leadership and management experience. • Demonstrated ability to work effectively with donors, volunteers, administrators, faculty and staff. • Strong verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills. • Ability to implement prospect strategies as well as identify problems, participate in discussions, and develop/recommend solutions. • Demonstrated project coordination, management, and delivery. • Administrative skills in planning and budgeting. • Ability to meet deadlines and work under pressure. • Willingness to travel at least 45% of the time both locally and nationally. Requires a valid driver’s license and insurability by the University’s auto insurance carrier. • Commitment to the vision, mission, and values of Regis University. PREFEERED QUALIFICATIONS • Knowledge of nonprofit resources, procedures, best practices and comprehensive fundraising campaigns. • Masters degree preferred.
General Job Description:
The Director of Major Gifts has both a fundraising and management role in University Relations. The Director works to secure 5-figure, plus current and deferred gifts for identified Regis University priorities. The Director plans and conducts the identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of prospects as well as manages a portfolio of potential major gift and planned gift prospects/donors. The Director leads/assists the Major Gifts Team with strategies for assigned major gift prospects, including intent, amount, timing, and solicitation method. (S)he provides leadership, training and guidance to the Team (3-4 staff) as well as administrative assistants. Regular assessment/reporting on team activities are essential to this role. The Director works with University Relations departments including Alumni Engagement/Communications as well as other colleges and Regis departments. Management and implementation of a campaign unit initiative will be part of this leadership role. MAJOR DUTIES and RESPONSIBILITIES • Fundraiser - Engages and solicits prospects with the interest, affinity, and capability to give at the major gift level. Successfully manages a portfolio of potential major gift donors. Builds and maintains effective relationships through local and national travel to engage with major gift prospects, resulting in significant support for University fundraising priorities. 45% • Team Manager - Provides leadership, goal setting, training and guidance to the Major Gift Team (3-4 professional, 1 to 2 administrative staff). 25% • Provides regular reports/assessment on team activities. 10% • Serves as University Relations liaison to an assigned dean/unit for fundraising strategy and coordination. Campaign planning and implementation for an assigned unit will be included. 15% • Other duties as assigned. 5%

Non-Profit Management

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
The Salvation Army
Job posted on:
24 Jun 2014
Job starts on:
01 Aug 2014
Contact Name:
Joe Herrera
Email:
Phone:
303-922-4549
Fax:
 
Address:
2821 W. 65th Place, Denver, Colorado 80221
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Must be genuine with children. Must care about rebuilding the academic structure in the USA.
General Job Description:
The Salvation Army is seeking a non-profit management graduate to work with children on a health-related TV show concerning obesity and illiteracy.

Marketing and Communications Director

Job Type:
Other Manager (CFO, Marketing, etc)
Agency:
The Women's Foundation of Colorado
Job posted on:
23 Jun 2014
Job starts on:
01 Aug 2014
Contact Name:
Jonathan Resnick
Email:
Phone:
3032852964
Fax:
 
Address:
1901 E. Asbury Ave., Denver, Colorado 80208
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
• Eight or more years of broad-based marketing and communications experience including development of overall strategy, brand stewardship, website/digital communications strategies and public relations • Excellent communications skills, both written and verbal • Understanding of the principles, theories and best practices underlying marketing and PR functions • Strong critical thinking and organizational skills • Exceptional relationship management and community engagement skills • Experience with social media implementation, strategy and monitoring techniques • Ability to be detail-oriented while also managing and prioritizing multiple projects and tasks simultaneously • Understanding of women’s and girls’ issues, nonprofit management and public policy/advocacy issues • Ability to work independently and with a team • Excellent interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills • Understanding of fundraising and communications principles • Ability to work effectively with volunteers • Ability to work flexible hours and travel locally and statewide as necessary • Supports a positive working environment
General Job Description:
Description: Marketing and Communications Director oversees the marketing and communications functions, including brand management, public/media relations, collateral development and The Women’s Foundation of Colorado’s (WFCO’s) website and other digital assets. Responsibilities: Planning, initiating, leading and executing the strategic marketing, public relations and communications activities for The Foundation to align with the overall mission, vision, strategic focus and annual operating goals, including the following: • Plans the overall marketing, communications and brand strategy for The Foundation • Develops and executes strategic communications campaigns • Proactively promotes The Foundation throughout the state across a variety of media channels including television, radio, blogs, social networks, digital sources and multi-cultural media outlets • Writes, edits and finalizes news releases, fact sheets and other key items for media relations activities • Oversees building, improving and maintaining the integrity of The Foundation’s brand experience at every brand touch point, including brand visual identity and messaging, paying special attention to its commitment to inclusiveness and diversity • Creates and/or oversees creation of high quality marketing collaterals, including newsletters, email communications, photography/video, annual reports, advertising, brochures, donor correspondence and other presentation materials. Ensures all materials clearly, consistently and accurately convey The Foundation’s brand and key messages to target audiences • Oversees ongoing website updates, both content and design. Advises on website updates, revisions and strategic engagement opportunities • Designs and leads The Foundation’s social media and mobile marketing strategies • Collaborates with WFCO staff in developing marketing materials, presentation decks and other support materials for consistent use across the organization by staff and all Foundation stakeholders • Leverages key relationships and opportunities to ensure the Annual Denver Luncheon and other Foundation events throughout the state are positive and visible marketing events for the organization • Builds collaborative relationships with the community, media and internal stakeholders to help further department and organization-wide goals • Partners with the VP of Philanthropy and VP of Community Initiatives and Investments in developing and providing marketing and communication strategies and materials to meet their departmental and organizational goals • Trains, coaches and supports organizational spokespersons • Develops key messaging and strategies around the release of research reports for public dissemination to target audiences • Supervises staff, contractors, vendors, interns and volunteers as required • Develops and manages marketing and communications budget to optimize return on expenditures • Serves as The Foundation’s communications contact for media and other organizations as needed to meet messaging goals • Other duties as assigned

Associate Director of Membership and Annual Fund

Job Type:
Program Director
Agency:
History Colorado
Job posted on:
19 Jun 2014
Job starts on:
01 Aug 2014
Contact Name:
Janet McFarland Burlile
Email:
Phone:
3038664737
Fax:
 
Address:
1200 Broadway, Denver, Colorado 80203
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
This position requires a bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Marketing, Communications, or a related field and 3-5 years of membership, annual fund or related experience. The position is required to make programmatic decisions, be involved in all strategic planning for the unit, and make high level financial decisions. ? A good knowledge of development and marketing and their application to successful membership recruitment and retention campaigns. ? Considerable knowledge of strategic planning, budgeting, finance, market research, sales, marketing, member relationship management, people management, and negotiation skills and techniques. ? Experience with data analysis and direct marketing. ? Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with other departments, senior staff, current and prospective members, vendors, volunteers and committees. ? Strong written and oral communication skills. ? Proficiency in Microsoft Office is required; knowledge of The Raiser's Edge and Galaxy by Gateway are preferred. Special events experience is a plus.
General Job Description:
The Associate Director of Membership and Annual Fund supports the achievement of History Colorado by leading efforts to acquire new members and renew current members and support annual fund giving. The position is responsible for developing near and long term strategies to acquire, retain and upgrade members and annual donors to History Colorado; increasing both the number of members and donors and the net profit. The position develops revenue goals and objectives; analyzes expense and revenue progress on a monthly basis; prepares regular financial progress reports and updates to the Senior Leadership team and Board of Directors; writes and develops timely member acquisition and renewal packages; writes membership collateral materials and member acknowledgment letters; develops, analyzes, and oversees administration of member benefits; coordinates, promotes, evaluates, and attends members' events; oversees member data entry; and responds to all member inquiries. This position reports to the Vice President of Development and Membership and supervises the staff in the Membership and Annual Fund unit. Applications must be received through the State of Colorado jobs website: https://www.colorado.gov/jobs

Enrollment Specialist

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
Clinica Tepeyac
Job posted on:
18 Jun 2014
Job starts on:
01 Aug 2014
Contact Name:
Lucille Rivera
Email:
Phone:
7202742929
Fax:
303-5830152
 
Address:
5075 Lincoln St, Denver, Colorado 80216-2015
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
A. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: 1. Education: • High school diploma or GED required or 3 or more years of customer service experience in a health care insurance setting. 2. Experience: • Three or more years of customer service in a health care insurance setting. 3. Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: • Knowledge of program rules for Medicaid, CICP, and CHP + • Ability to understand, keep up with updates and changes with all program regulations, policies and procedures. • Highly proficient computer skills to include MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook. • Excellent oral and written communication skills, to include presenting and speaking in public settings. • Customer service experience in working with people in one-on-one and group settings, community, organizations and insurance representatives. • Ability to explain and summarize detailed concepts such as Medicaid/CHP+ Enrollment Process, program benefits and policy and procedures that the general population can understand. • Sensitivity to low income and ethnic minority community is a must. • Ability to multitask, prioritize work and meet deadlines. • Basic knowledge of health insurance and health service delivery. • Bilingual English/Spanish. B. ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. Enrollment Specialist: • Deliver general education about Medicaid, CHP+, sliding fee scale, other insurance programs and services that patients may be eligible for with Clínica Tepeyac. • Follow policies and procedures as set forth by the Colorado Department of Health Care Policy and Financing and the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment to determine program eligibility and enrollment practices. • Enter accurate data into the Health Care Policy and Financing system, Colorado Access and PEAK. • Higher level math skills, self-motivated and able to achieve results through good organizational skills, ability to work independently, self-direct and be a functional team member, ability to organize and prioritize. 2. Patient Enrollment: • Aid individuals and families with program enrollment, follow-up communication and program case management. • Maintain, track and log all patient and program information. • Maintain knowledge about insurance programs, Medicaid, CHP+, CICP, Clinic Rate and/or other programs and services at Clínica Tepeyac. • Assist clients with renewing coverage during appropriate renewal periods. • Attend required meetings with counties, local insurance programs and community events. • Submit all Medicaid claims using the State Web Portal. • Post all Medicaid payments into eClinicalWorks. • Review and work Medicaid/CHP+ rejections and denials to pursue payment. • Follow up on all unpaid Medicaid/CHP+ claims. • Performs other duties as assigned. 3. Billing: • Attend required meetings with counties, local insurance programs and community events • Submit all Medicaid claims using the State Web Portal. • Post all Medicaid payments into eClinicalWorks. • Review and work Medicaid/CHP+ rejections and denials to pursue payment. • Follow up on all unpaid Medicaid/CHP+ claims. • Performs other duties as assigned. 3. Customer Service: • Provide utmost excellent, unbiased and culturally appropriate customer service to patients and the community. • Maintain a secure and trusting environment by not sharing information learned on the job except when necessary as determined by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). • Work as a team with Clinic Staff, County Medicaid Technicians, Program Enrollment Specialists and insurance representatives to create a seamless enrollment process in all programs and services offered at Clínica Tepeyac. • Must have excellent telephone technique with experience, excellent communication both verbally and in writing. Supervision: None Certification/Licensure/Registration Requirements: None PHYSICAL AND MENTAL REQUIREMENTS: Physical and Mental Requirements: Place the appropriate “Amount of Time” code for each of the following: 0 = None; 1 = less than 1/3; 2 = 1/3 to 2/3; and 3 = more than 2/3 PHYSICAL: 1 Lifting < 10 lbs. - Light 1 Lifting 10 - 20 lbs. - Light-Med 0 Lifting 21 – 40 lbs. - Medium 0 Lifting 41 – 80 lbs.- Med Heavy 0 Lifting 81 – 120 lbs. - Heavy 0 Lifting > 120 lbs. – Very Heavy 0 Pushing/Pulling < 20lbs 0 Push/Pull 20 – 50 lbs. Other: Describe: ACTIVITIES: 2 Sitting 2 Standing 1 Bending 0 Kneeling 0 Squatting 1 Walking (Distance) 2 Climbing (Steps, etc.) 1 Reaching (overhead, extensive, repetitive) MENTAL/SENSORY: 3 Strong Recall 3 Reasoning 3 Problem Solving 3 Hearing 3 Seeing/Sight 3 Talk/Speak Clearly 3 Write legibly 3 Reading 3 Concentration 3 Logical Thinking EMOTIONAL: 3 Fast pace environment 2 Steady pace 3 Able to handle multiple priorities 3 Frequent & intense customer interactions 3 Able to adapt to frequent change 3 Works under deadlines 3 Process complex info 3 Works as part of a team ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS: Environmental Requirements: Place the appropriate “Amount of Time” code for each of the following: 0 = None; 1 = less than 1/3; 2 = 1/3 to 2/3; and 3 = more than 2/3 0 Blood and body fluids 0 Biohazards (e.g., bacteria, funguses, viruses) 0 Radiation (ionizing, laser, microwave) 0 Toxins, cytotoxins, poisonous substances 0 Chemicals 0 Hazardous materials other than blood and body fluids 1 Communicable disease 1 Combative situations 1 Working Outdoors 0 Hot, cold, wet surroundings 0 Dust, fumes, gases, mist, powders 0 Loud or unpleasant noises 0 Electrical hazards 0 Grease and oil 0 Vibration 0 Heights 0 Moving mechanical parts 0 Wear protective clothing/equipment 0 Use hand or power tools 0 Operate vehicles/machinery DAILY ACTIVITIES? 3 Continuous keyboard use >2 hrs or intermittent keyboard use > 4 hrs 0 Performance of same motion/ motion pattern every few seconds greater than 2 hours at a time 0 Vibrating or impact tools/ equip-ment greater than a total of 2 hrs 0 Forceful hand exertions greater than a total of 2 hours Type of protective clothing, equipment, hand or power tools, vehicles and machinery used: None
General Job Description:
JOB SUMMARY:Enrollment Specialist will screen and determine patient eligibility for and facilitate enrollment in affordable health insurance coverage through the Health Insurance Marketplaces through the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHP+). Enrollment Specialist will also provide patients with information regarding Clínica Tepeyac’s Policies and Procedures, access to care and enrollment in other Clínica Tepeyac programs such as the sliding fee scale. Promote programs and services through community outreach.

Philanthropy Manager - Colorado Springs

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
Children's Hospital Colorado Foundation
Job posted on:
17 Jun 2014
Job starts on:
04 Aug 2014
Contact Name:
Patricia Winter
Email:
Phone:
720-777-1743
Fax:
720-777-1799
 
Address:
13123 E. 16th Avenue, B045, Aurora, Colorado 80045
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
• 1-3+ year of experience working in fundraising environment. Candidates should have a proven and successful track record of program management. Preference will be given to those candidates with knowledge of computer systems and databases, particularly Raiser’s Edge/Blackbaud. Comparable experience may be considered. • The position requires strong relationship-building, writing, and editing skills with the ability to articulate accurately and persuasively the themes and issues associated with a major academic pediatric hospital. Ability to establish and foster relationships and communicate effectively verbally. Strong organizational skills and the ability to establish priorities essential. Willingness to communicate and meet with donors and prospects on a regular basis. • High level of analytical ability. Multi-tasked manner of thinking. Self-motivated and directed. Excellent administrative skills, high motivation, and a proven ability to produce results in a highly deadline-oriented environment. S/he must have an energy level that ensures high quality productivity on a timely basis. The ability to set objectives, organize programmatic activities, and meet goals. An ability to enthusiastically advocate for children. Attentiveness to detail. Self-confidence leading to creativity and flexibility, and enthusiasm. Extremely strong interpersonal skills, particularly regarding the judgment, discretion, confidentiality, patience, and understanding necessary for dealing effectively with a diverse body of volunteers, donors, physicians and professional colleagues. Independence, reliability, accuracy, and expedience in addressing his or her duties. The ability to handle pressure, to meet deadlines. A strong team orientation toward both internal and external constituencies. Ability to work in a dynamic and changing environment. Ability to learn new software. College degree required.
General Job Description:
Mid-level fundraiser responsible for fundraising for the Annual Giving and Major Gift programs in the Foundation’s Colorado Springs office, including identifying, cultivating, soliciting and stewarding individual donors particularly in the $1000-10,000 range. Responsible for developing and planning strategies that nurture, solicit, steward and advance existing and prospective donors capable of giving on an annual basis. With leadership from the Annual Giving team, support annual giving campaigns in Southern Colorado. Travel within Southern Colorado and occasionally to other destinations, as needed. Serve as a strong contributor and exhibit a cooperative spirit as a member of the Philanthropy team. Equal Employment Opportunity It is our intention that all qualified applicants be given equal opportunity and that selection decisions be based on job-related factors. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability, or any other status protected by law or regulation. Be aware that none of the questions are intended to imply illegal preferences or discrimination based on non-job-related information.

Social Media Assistant

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
Redemptorists - Denver Province
Job posted on:
16 Jun 2014
Job starts on:
18 Aug 2014
Contact Name:
Brad Bishop
Email:
Phone:
3035655434
Fax:
3035655450
 
Address:
1230 S. Parker Rd, Denver, Colorado 80231
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
• Extensive familiarity with social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and WordPress • High competency with Microsoft Windows & Office • Competent with Adobe Creative Suite • Experience with Convio CMS/Luminate and Raisor’s Edge a plus • Excellent written communication skills • Ability to work independently • Detail-oriented • Ability to meet deadlines • Must pass a background check
General Job Description:
The Social Media Assistant will assist in creating and implementing strategies to gain and engage constituents as part of a comprehensive online campaign using social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, etc), websites, blogs and mobile messaging. The Redemptorists – Denver Province are a non-profit Catholic congregation of men ministering to the poor and most abandoned in the US, Brazil and Nigeria. The Social Media Intern will be positioned in the Development Office for the Province and work directly with the Direct Marketing Manager and Director of Mission Advancement. The Redemptorists – Denver Province current social media portfolio includes 4 websites (60,000 monthly visits), 3 Facebook pages (3.6 million followers), and 5 eNewsletter campaigns (75,000 subscriber list). This is a great opportunity for someone looking to build their resume in engaging and monetizing an online audience. Wages will be in the range of $15-18/hr, based on experience and qualifications, with working hours of 15-20 hours per week. Office hours are M-F 8a-4p, and the hours of the position are flexible within that time frame – adjustments can be made for student class schedules. To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to Brad Bishop, Direct Marketing Manager, at bbishop@redemptorists-denver.org. Essential Job Functions • Create, edit, and post content for website, eNewsletters and Facebook • Assist in creating and developing new engagement points such as Twitter and a blog • Assist in managing and creating reports from existing Convio Luminate and Raisor’s Edge constituent databases • Write and edit articles for eNewsletters • Assist in the design, developing, and coding of makeover for existing MaryPrayForUs.org website • Respond to constituent contacts as needed • Conduct research and strategize ways to engage and monetize online devotional-content-based constituency

Policy & Research Associate

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
Partnership for Working Families
Job posted on:
12 Jun 2014
Job starts on:
01 Aug 2014
Contact Name:
Betsy Miller Kittredge
Email:
Phone:
2022634543
Fax:
 
Address:
1825 K St. NW, Suite 210, Washington, District of Columbia 20006
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
• Demonstrated commitment to social, racial and economic justice. Community and/or union organizing experience a plus. • Capacity to utilize a wide array of research methods, including but not limited to: internet searches, public information requests, government reports, telephone inquiries and key informant interviews. • Background in planning, policy, land use, development processes and low-wage industries a plus. • Interest in local (municipal & county) government and policy, economic development and tools for fighting poverty. • Master’s degree in public policy, urban planning or related social sciences a plus. • Quick learner with strong critical thinking skills and ability to analyze complex information. • Effective verbal and communications skills, transforming complex ideas and concepts into easily accessible and useful information. • Proven ability to juggle multiple responsibilities, prioritize tasks to achieve goals and work well under deadlines. • Ability to successfully work in a team and independently. • Willingness and flexibility to travel to conferences or for technical assistance to affiliates. • Excellent computer skills, experience with spreadsheets, databases and presentations. • Investigative and/or strategic research experience preferred. • Must be based or willing to relocate to Denver, Colorado.
General Job Description:
The Partnership for Working Families, a national network of leading local advocacy organizations, is leading a national effort to solve urgent economic and environmental problems. We’re building an economy that works for everyone, by creating good family-supporting jobs for low-income communities and communities of color in the construction and transit sectors. We’re working to curb climate change and increase recycling by reshaping the way major cities manage their trash. And we’re maximizing the public’s investment in development and infrastructure projects by aligning public spending with community values. As the pioneers of the community benefits movement we combine insightful research, cutting edge policy and broad alliance building to transform industry practices and create a more sustainable and equitable future in our cities. In-depth research is critical to our strategy. Our researchers identify the best sources and develop compelling arguments that answer tough questions. They publish hard hitting reports framing national campaigns that transform industries that are essential to the economy. They help organize peer networking opportunities for our affiliates supporting the work of the dynamic leaders throughout our network. The Partnership is seeking a talented researcher with a passion for social, racial and economic justice. The ideal candidate will have strong research and writing skills, experience with policy analysis and the ability to translate complex ideas and research findings into concrete recommendations for policy change that would be based in Denver, Colorado. RESPONSIBILITIES: • Find and cultivate new sources of information that advance national and local campaigns. • Perform comprehensive and efficient searches of a variety of sources to provide quantitative and qualitative information on companies, industries, government agencies, individual interviews, etc. • Work with supervisor and campaign leads to manage and execute campaign and organizational research. • Communicate research results through a variety of mediums (presentations, memos, publications, infographics, etc.) that are persuasive, effective and at times creative. • Prepare high quality internal and external materials that support. • Work with campaign leads to convene affiliates and provide peer networking opportunities. • Work with supervisor on the production of publications, including writing, layout and design, production, dissemination and promotion. SALARY AND BENEFITS: The Partnership offers a highly competitive salary and benefits package, including full family health benefits, generous vacation and personal time, and employer-matched 401k. To apply, please submit a cover letter outlining relevant experience, resume, three work-related references, and a writing sample (5 pages or less) to: jobs@forworkingfamilies.org and include Policy & Research Associate in the subject line. We will begin reviewing applications on July 1, 2014, but we will continue to accept applications until the position is filled. No phone calls, please. The Partnership for Working Families is an equal opportunity employer and committed to a diverse and inclusive workforce. We strongly encourage and seek applications from women, people of color, including bilingual and bicultural individuals, as well as members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender communities. We do not discriminate in hiring or employment on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, gender, marital status, sexual orientation, age, disability, or veteran status.

Uniserv Director

Job Type:
Director
Agency:
Denver Uniserv Unit (Teachers Union)
Job posted on:
05 Jun 2014
Job starts on:
01 Aug 2014
Contact Name:
Pam Shamburg, Executive Director
Email:
Phone:
303-831-0590
Fax:
303-831-0591
 
Address:
1500 Grant Street # 200, Denver, Colorado 80211
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
• Bachelor’s degree • Public education and union values • Work experience in education associations; unions; other non-profit entities that organize and advocate for their constituents; or experience in local/state elected or appointed positions • Strong leadership skills and professional attributes, including the ability to prioritize work; exercise sound professional judgment; build and maintain effective working relationships; effectively manage multiple priorities, time, and financial resources; and, think creatively • Ability to work in a team environment • Excellent oral, written, and interpersonal communications skills • Effective listening skills • Knowledge of organizing principles and ability to develop and implement organizing plans • Ability to provide leadership in the areas of membership recruitment and organizational development • Ability to organize around issues, including motivation and mobilization of volunteers • Understanding of collective bargaining advocacy, including contract/legal issues • Conflict resolution skills • Project planning and management skills • Training and presentation skills • Understanding of membership-based organizations • Willingness and ability to advocate for the membership and goals of the organization • Interest/understanding of current education reform issues • Willingness and ability to expand knowledge and skills in a rapidly changing environment • Experience in using 21st century technologies including proficiency in basic computer technologies
General Job Description:
Provide primary and professional staff support to the leaders and members of the bargaining unit Union organizing (teachers and school office professionals) Assist local leaders and members with the development, implementation, and evaluation of local associations’ programs and activities that strengthen organizational capacity Consult, advise and assist members regarding rights issues and legal assistance Provide training for leaders and members to strengthen their organizing and advocacy skills lAssist in the coordination of local programs with state and national association programs Engage in organizing and capacity building efforts with leaders, members and staff Perform other duties as assigned

Deputy Director

Job Type:
Director
Agency:
Asian Pacific Development Center
Job posted on:
05 Jun 2014
Job starts on:
01 Aug 2014
Contact Name:
Christine Wanifuchi
Email:
Phone:
303-923-2920
Fax:
303-923-2951
 
Address:
1537 Alton Street, Aurora, Colorado 80010
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Key Qualifications: • 7+ distinguished years in a senior management position in a nonprofit organization, foundation, or for-profit corporation • Must have thorough knowledge of the non-profit arena; must have familiarity with grants, funding sources and regulations • Professional knowledge and experience in the healthcare systems, healthcare administration, and particularly integrated healthcare is a plus. • Masters degree in related field, licensure desired but not required • Track record delivering superior results, commanding respect, and assuming leadership roles • Success in roles requiring execution of multiple tasks while responding to multiple priorities • Proven ability to work with efficiency, flexibility, and good humor • Outstanding communication skills and demonstrated interpersonal savvy to build and maintain effective relationships with a wide array of people – junior and senior, for-profit and nonprofit, stakeholders including staff, volunteers, partners, donors, and beneficiaries from very diverse backgrounds • Ability to exercise tact and diplomacy in organizational settings • Operates with excellence in mind in all matters, with the confidence to defend/debate ideas without ego interfering • Transparent, direct, with substance • Self-starter, self-disciplined • Passionate, innovative, forward-thinker • Ability to maintain focus and balance in the face of pressure, deliver against timelines, not intimidated by tasks/time limitations Compensation: This is an outstanding opportunity for a highly motivated professional to assume a pivotal role in the evolution of a fast-growing, highly respected organization. We are seeking an individual of outstanding quality with a respected track record. APDC is prepared to offer an attractive compensation package, including a base salary as well as health and vacation benefits. Application: Position open until filled. Submit a letter of interest with a resume and three professional references to: Search Committee Asian Pacific Development Center 1537 Alton Street Aurora, CO 80010 Fax: 303-923-2951 Email: cwanifuchi@apdc.org Electronic applications preferred
General Job Description:
The Asian Pacific Development Center (APDC) is a community-based, nonprofit, 501 (c) (3) organization founded in 1980 to serve the needs of a growing population of Asian American and Pacific Islander (AA/PI) communities throughout Colorado. The agency provides programs and services in behavioral health, health care and human services. A trained professional staff of approximately 32 FTE provides culturally competent services that include: assessment and evaluation, individual and group counseling; navigation and case management services; victim assistance services; adult education, youth programs; health promotion and health screening, health literacy; interpretation/translation services. Services provided are linguistically and culturally appropriate. The Deputy Director will report to the Executive Director. The ideal candidate should be able to both think broadly and strategically about our work and also be detail oriented and organized about the implementation and structures necessary to move our mission and vision into reality. The Deputy Director will be charged with the day-to-day management of operations including facilities, grant and contract administration, human resources, information technology, fund development and special events functions. The Deputy Director will also support the Executive Director in fund development and communications. The Deputy Director will partner closely with the Executive Director to chart APDC’s future growth and strategic response to an ever-increasing demand for the organization’s services. Responsibilities: Project Development, Management, and Client Relations/Management • Structure and lead teams to deliver outstanding client work • Manage and coordinate individual, corporate, foundation, and events fundraising including proposal development and grant reporting • Build and maintain strong individual and community relationships; exceptional relationship-builder • Represent APDC in industry-group conferences, professional and community associations, and other public venues • Develop thought leadership around specific topics/emerging practice areas • Share in knowledge dissemination, reporting, and communications Agency Building • Partner with the Executive Director in essential internal firm leadership activities (human resources, administration, organizational planning, finance, and fund development) • Ensure sound fiscal and risk management and contract and legal compliance, including insurance coverage • Monitor budget, financial controls, cash, and investments in accordance with Board-approved policies • Oversee human resource functions and policies and maintain APDC as a great place to work and grow professionally • Supervise staff and consultants as determined • Identify best practices and improve internal systems with an eye toward future needs and budget realities • Cultivate the values of APDC within the organization • Mentoring, coaching; visible, approachable sounding board/resource • Work with the board of directors: attend monthly meetings and serve on several board committees

Chapter Development Manager

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
Gamma Phi Beta International Sorority
Job posted on:
04 Jun 2014
Job starts on:
31 Jul 2014
Contact Name:
Human Resources
Email:
Phone:
3037991874
Fax:
 
Address:
12737 E Euclid Dr, Centennial, Colorado 80111
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned. • Conducts research to provide chapter assessments and recommendations upon request by International Council. • Develops and executes program chapter action plans and measurement metrics in collaboration with the Collegiate Vice President. • Works directly with challenged chapters serving as the chapter manager, utilizing both volunteer resources and IH professionals as well as existing resources or tools specifically created to transition Chapter Development Program chapters from challenged to healthy. • Provides program chapters leadership, officer and program training, guide chapters in self-assessment, facilitate workshops, education on Gamma Phi Beta policies and procedures and assist recruitment preparations and processes. • Conducts regular communications with program chapter leadership and advisory boards. • Provides regular progress reports to and consults with the Collegiate Vice President and Executive Director. • Develops and delivers in-chapter programming in collaboration with the Sorority Programming department. • Travels as necessary to execute Program Chapter action plans and assess progress. • Identifies, directs and trains volunteers to serve as Chapter Development Specialists volunteers intended to support the chapter action plan. • Attends Sorority training events to assist chapter leadership in connecting content to chapter needs. • Collaborates with Sorority departments to develop program strategies, tools, resources and materials. • Monitors and evaluates chapter reporting trends. Tracks and analyzes data to identify trends and areas requiring attention. • Understands current campus issues and practices around the U.S. and Canada to and recommends strategy and plan adjustments. • Builds relationships and collaborations with campus-based professionals of Program Chapters. • Creates department procedures, policies and training materials. • Develops and manages department budget. Additional Job Functions • Participates in International Council and Collegiate department meetings upon request. • Provides periodic reports and recommendations to International Council upon request. • Participates in Sorority events, interfraternal conferences and extension presentations upon request. Supervisory Responsibilities: Directly supervises Sorority volunteers as described in Essential Duties and Responsibilities above. This position does not have employee supervisory responsibilities. Education and/or Experience: Bachelor's degree from four-year college or university in related degree program; and three to five years related experience and/or training in chapter operations, employment with sorority/fraternity headquarters or office of Greek life or higher education/student services; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Direct supervisory experience working with diverse direct report staff functions, preferred. Other Skills, Abilities and Qualifications: • Excellent organizational, verbal and written communication skills including presentation skills. • Excellent project management skills. • Detail-oriented and effective work practices under pressure while meeting all applicable deadlines. • Demonstrated ability to lead a team including supervising remote volunteers in a highly collaborative environment. • Professional, outgoing, guest-service oriented manner. • Ability to work a flexible schedule to include up to 50 percent travel including weekends and holidays. • Understanding of nonprofit organizations and/or working with volunteers. • Prior involvement in chapter operations a plus. • Gamma Phi Beta Sorority or Greek membership preferred. Computer Skills: To perform this job successfully, an individual should have knowledge of: Internet Software; Spreadsheet Software (Excel); Word Processing Software (Word); Electronic Mail Software (Outlook); Presentation software (PowerPoint); and publishing software.
General Job Description:
Based out of International Headquarters, this position is primarily responsible for furthering the mission, vision and values of the organization in developing and executing chapter action plans to improve challenged Gamma Phi Beta collegiate chapters by performing the duties outlined. This position consists of up to 50 percent travel. Candidates interested in this full-time, salaried position are asked to submit a cover letter, resume, references and salary history. The salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. Telecommuting requests will not be considered and relocation assistance is not provided. The review of applicants' credentials will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Gamma Phi Beta Sorority is an equal opportunity employer. The position is based at International Headquarters in Centennial, Colorado. Remote employment will not be considered.

Director of Sorority Growth

Job Type:
Director
Agency:
Gamma Phi Beta International Sorority
Job posted on:
04 Jun 2014
Job starts on:
31 Jul 2014
Contact Name:
Human Resources
Email:
Phone:
3037991874
Fax:
 
Address:
12737 E Euclid Dr, Centennial, Colorado 80111
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned. • Supports International Council collegiate extension strategy and the Membership Department’s extension recruitment including Initiation and Installation and recruitment initiatives. • Advises and collaborates with the Membership Vice President and International President regarding collegiate extension opportunities and recruitment issues for input to International Council. • Directs the collegiate extension process by responding to collegiate extension opportunity requests and developing collegiate extension packets and presentation materials. Works closely with the Membership Vice President and International President in selecting the collegiate extension team members for each presentation. Collaborates with membership department volunteers to ensure seamless sorority colonization and installation operations. • Develops, manages and executes marketing campaigns and materials for Sorority collegiate extension presentations. • Provides reports and updates for collegiate extension opportunities including exploratory visits, collegiate extension presentations and collegiate colonization recommendations. • Supports the development and revisions of recruitment strategies, tools, resources and materials. • Continually evaluate Gamma Phi Beta’s collegiate extension program including ROI to develop potential new collegiate chapters and re-colonized collegiate chapters. • Travels as necessary to execute the Sorority’s collegiate extension research and presentation efforts including collegiate extension exploratory visits, presentations and training opportunities. • Monitors and evaluates collegiate extension and recruitment trends. Tracks and analyzes data to identify trends and areas requiring attention. • Understands current campus issues and recruitment processes around the country and Canada to and recommends strategy adjustments to be competitive. • Researches potential campuses for collegiate extension including, but not limited to, available alumnae support, housing requirements, campus and community circumstances (environment), and potential for overall success of a new colony/chapter. • Initiates contact, cultivation and stewardship of campuses where Gamma Phi Beta is not currently established. • Responds to all National Panhellenic Conference bulletins as well as inquiries, including those from local sororities, interest groups and individuals, regarding the possible expansion of the Sorority to new campuses. • In collaboration with the Membership Vice President and Sorority Director – Colonization Projects creates training materials and opportunities for all collegiate extension and recruitment-related volunteer leaders about Gamma Phi Beta collegiate extension and recruitment philosophies, procedures and policies. • Develops and manages department budget. Additional Job Functions • Manages Sorority Growth department staff. • Trains and coaches department staff members. • Performs annual reviews for department staff. • Manages the hiring process for new departmental staff. • Serves as a member of International Headquarters’ leadership team. • Provides periodic reports and recommendations to Council as requested. Supervisory Responsibilities: Directly supervises employees in the Sorority Growth Department. Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization's policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities include interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems. Education and/or Experience: Bachelor's degree from four-year college or university in related degree program; and five to seven years related experience and/or training in sales, promotions and marketing, collegiate member recruitment and extension; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Four years of direct supervisory experience working with diverse direct report staff functions, preferred. Other Skills, Abilities and Qualifications: • Excellent organizational, verbal and written communication skills including presentation skills. • Excellent project management skills. • Proven success in outside sales functions. • Detail-oriented and effective work practices under pressure while meeting all applicable deadlines. • Demonstrated ability to lead a team in a highly collaborative environment. • Professional, outgoing, guest-service oriented manner. • Ability to work a flexible schedule to include fifty percent travel including weekends and holidays. • Understanding of non-profit organizations and/or working with volunteers. • Past involvement in Sorority’s extension opportunities a plus. • Gamma Phi Beta Sorority or Greek membership preferred. • Experience with InDesign (publishing software) or other design software desired. Computer Skills: To perform this job successfully, an individual should have knowledge of: Internet Software; Spreadsheet Software (Excel); Word Processing Software (Word); Electronic Mail Software (Outlook); Presentation software (PowerPoint); and publishing software.
General Job Description:
Based out of International Headquarters, this position is primarily responsible for furthering the mission, vision and values of the organization by directing the Sorority’s collegiate extension presentation activities and recruitment marketing tools and resources. The position specifically manages Sorority collegiate extension packet submission, presentations and all related communications and networking as well as supporting extension recruitment, Initiation and Installation and recruitment initiatives of established chapters by performing the duties outlined below. This position consists of at least 50 percent travel. Candidates interested in this full-time, salaried position are asked to submit a cover letter, resume, references and salary history. The salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. The review of applicants' credentials will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Gamma Phi Beta Sorority is an equal opportunity employer. The position is based at International Headquarters in Centennial, Colorado. Remote employment will not be considered.

Sunday School teacher

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
Simpson United Methodist Church
Job posted on:
03 Jun 2014
Job starts on:
01 Sep 2014
Contact Name:
Masami C Namba
Email:
Phone:
3034287963
Fax:
 
Address:
6001 Wolff St, Arvada, Colorado 80003
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Enjoys work with elementary age children and some teaching experience
General Job Description:
Sunday School Teacher in a 1-room Sunday School setting on Sunday mornings - September through May. If interested, contact pastor at: PastorSUMC@gmail.com for application and job description