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Communications & Marketing Coordinator

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
Boulder County AIDS Project
Job posted on:
26 Jul 2017
Job starts on:
27 Jul 2017
Contact Name:
David Gallegos
Email:
Phone:
303.444.6121
Fax:
 
Address:
2118 14th Street , Boulder, Colorado 80302
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Desired Qualities • Passionate about agency mission, vision and goals • Ensures messaging is presented in an inclusive and respectful manner • Strong people skills and collaborative work style • Energetic, motivational and inspiring communication style • Able to positively motivate diverse groups of people including volunteers • Conscientious, well-organized, detail-oriented and results-driven • Resourceful; good problem solving skills • Strategic and tactical approach to work plan • Proven time and project management skills • Demonstrable experience and commitment to digital communication/social networking Qualifications • Three years experience in marketing, advertising and social media or proof of successful, creative marketing work • BA in Communications, Marketing, Business, Journalism or related field • Experience creating and executing communications/marketing/advertising plan • Skilled using Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel, Outlook and Power Point • Experience with Adobe Creative Suite including Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator • Experience using Wordpress • Skills using Constant Contact, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram • Experience using Donor Perfect or other donor database • Able to work with frequent interruptions • Able to sit or stand for extended periods of time • Able to lift 50 pounds • Job offer contingent upon completion of background check
General Job Description:
JOB DESCRIPTION Title: Communications & Marketing Coordinator Reports To: Executive Director as member of the Development Team Part Time: 24 hours per week with benefits Status: Non-Exempt The mission of Boulder County AIDS Project is to provide support, advocacy, and education to those in our community who are living with or affected by HIV and AIDS, and to serve as an outreach and information center to prevent the further transmission of HIV. It is the responsibility of all BCAP employees to support BCAP’s mission and goals, to respect the confidentiality of all who come to us for information or assistance, and to personally maintain the dignity and integrity of one who is placed in a position of public trust. We share the responsibility to continuously improve the organization, strive for open communication and dedicate ourselves to work toward an inclusive workplace. Position Summary The Communications & Marketing Coordinator (CMC) is the primary organizational contact regarding communications, outreach in the community, marketing and public events. The focus of the position is to ensure the greater community receives accurate, current and inspirational information about HIV to support BCAP’s work in the community. The position requires experience in marketing, public relations, social media and website management. The Communications & Marketing Coordinator works closely with the Executive Director, the Individual Giving & Business Relationships Director and coordinates publicity efforts with the Development Committee. This position is part-time (24 hours per week) and is located in the Boulder office. This job description should not be construed to imply that the requirements listed are the exclusive standards of the position. The Executive Director reserves the right to assign or delegate other tasks as necessary. Successful candidates exhibit (1) clear, timely and motivational communication style; (2) strength in working as a collaborative member of a team; and (3) strong writing, visual and graphic design skills. Duties and Responsibilities The Communications & Marketing Coordinator serves as the agency’s primary support for external agency communications, which includes messaging, marketing and outreach to the greater community. The coordinator will produce brochures, posters, flyers and other collateral to raise awareness about HIV and BCAP. The CMC will create or update online content on two websites, produce e-newsletters and other e-blasts, collaborate in the production of the annual report, plan and implement strategic communications and direct appeals. This coordinator works closely with the Executive Director, Individual Giving & Business Relationships Director and contract Events Planner. Communication Strategy & Planning • Creates an annual communications plan which outlines clear goals and targets for communications • Determines frequency and content of communications • Establishes an agency branding style and ensures consistent use of the style guide across the organization • Develops marketing for the agency, including print ads, print materials and press releases • Produces regular communications for the agency • Provides communications support for campaigns such as the Sack the Stigma monthly giving and Colorado Gives Day campaigns • Collects and uses data to improve organization’s communication • Maintains relationships with printers, mail house, etc. • Adheres to marketing budget • Works with Individual Giving & Business Relationships Director to pull mailing lists for a variety of purposes Social Media • Helps to promote the Boulder County AIDS Project, its activities, programs and issues related to HIV • As part of communications plan, responsible for BCAP’s presence on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram • Monitors analytics to improve BCAP’s communications on social media platforms • Manages Google Ads to maximize this advertising resource On-Line Email Marketing • Uses Constant Contact and Donor Perfect to create a monthly e-newsletter to keep BCAP’s public current regarding BCAP’s work, HIV related topics and the relevance and need for on-going support of BCAP’s mission • Assists other departments to produce e-blasts related to agency and program needs • Supports agency advocacy efforts to inform the community of policy, advocacy and other needs related to HIV Web Management • Responsible for updating two agency websites (bcap.org) and (atlas.bcap.org) • Keeps website content current and harnesses social media to increase traffic to the website • Uses analytics to improve search engine optimization Print Media • Manages relationships with local media and encourages their involvement in agency activities • Tracks and maintains media library of all press results and current contacts • Supports production of annual report and other direct mail appeals Community Relationships Management • Works with Executive Director, Individual Giving & Business Relationships Director, and Management team to identify new leads for support in the community • Serves as point of contact for third-party benefits Fundraising & Outreach Events Support • Under the guidance of the Executive Director, works closely on communications needs related to events with both the Individual Giving & Business Relationships Director and the contract Events Planner. • Provides support for the management of logistics for events such room design, invitations, programs and collateral at event • Markets ticket sales and auction items prior to fundraising events • Uses development database to manage event and other donor related details Interested candidates should send both a cover letter and resume to: Boulder County AIDS Project 2118 14th Street Or email to HR@bcap.org Boulder, CO 80302 Attn: Human Resources If emailing, please write “Communications & Marketing Coordinator” in the subject line of the email. Incomplete applications will not be considered. Position is open until filled. Boulder County AIDS Project is an equal opportunity employer and seeks a diverse applicant pool. For more information about the work of the Boulder County AIDS Project go to www.bcap.org.

Individual Giving & Business Relationship Director

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
Boulder County AIDS Project
Job posted on:
26 Jul 2017
Job starts on:
27 Jul 2017
Contact Name:
David Gallegos
Email:
Phone:
303.444.6121
Fax:
 
Address:
2118 14th Street , Boulder , Colorado 80302
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Desired Qualities • Passionate about agency mission, vision and goals • Relational and donor focused fundraising orientation • Strong presentation skills • Commitment to diversity and inclusion • Able to lead and positively motivate diverse groups of people including volunteers • Strong collaboration and teamwork skills • Conscientious, well-organized, detail-oriented and results-driven • Proven time management, prioritization and project management skills • Strong verbal and written communication skills • High level of flexibility and adaptability • Commitment to promoting a culture of philanthropy across the organization Qualifications • Three to five years experience in fundraising, resource development, sales, or marketing • BA in Communication, Business or related area; Masters in Nonprofit Management a plus • Experience successfully securing funds for business, nonprofit, human service organizations • Experience creating and executing development plan • Familiarity and experience using Moves Management donor cultivation • Experience cultivating business relationships to secure partnerships and sponsorships • Skilled in using Microsoft Office including Word, Excel, Outlook and Power Point • Experience using Donor Perfect or other donor database • Able to work with frequent interruptions during the day • Able to sit or stand for extended periods of time • Able to lift 50 pounds • Job offer contingent upon completion of background check
General Job Description:
JOB DESCRIPTION Title: Individual Giving & Business Relationships Director Reports To: Executive Director as a member of the Development Team Full-time: 40 hours a week with benefits Status: Exempt Salary: $48,000 - $55,000 depending on experience The mission of Boulder County AIDS Project (BCAP) is to provide support, advocacy, and education to those in our community who are living with or affected by HIV, and to serve as an outreach and information center to prevent the further transmission of HIV. It is the responsibility of BCAP employees to support BCAP’s mission and goals, to respect the confidentiality of those who come to us for information or assistance, and to personally maintain the dignity and integrity of one who is placed in a position of public trust. We share the responsibility to continuously improve the organization, strive for open communication, and dedicate ourselves to work toward an inclusive workplace. Position Summary The Individual Giving & Business Relationships Director develops, evaluates, and leads, in coordination with the Executive Director and the Development Committee, the individual giving and business relationships fundraising strategy for the Boulder County ADIS Project. Manages all fundraising components including identification and acquisition of annual and major gifts, corporate outreach, and engages with donors who attend BCAP’s special events. Relationships This Director works closely with BCAP’s Executive Director and is a member of BCAP’s Management and Development Teams. This Director works in collaboration with a part-time Communications & Marketing Coordinator, a contract Events Planner and BCAP’s Program Directors. The Individual Giving and Business Relationships Director is a member of the Development and Finance Committees. This director holds a full-time salaried position and is based in the Boulder office. This job description should not be construed to imply that the requirements listed are the exclusive standards of the position. The Executive Director reserves the right to assign or delegate other tasks as necessary. Duties and Responsibilities BCAP relies heavily on individual and business relationships and support to sustain its mission. The Individual Giving & Business Relationships Director serves as the agency’s primary leader for all activities regarding donor recruitment and retention to meet specific budgeted and measureable goals. Areas of fundraising activities include: strategy/planning; individual giving; monthly giving; corporate/business relationships and identifying donors for fundraising events. Strategic Development & Planning • Partners with the Executive Director, Communications & Marketing Coordinator, Board of Directors, and Development Committee to plan and achieve fundraising strategies • Works closely with Communications & Marketing Coordinator to plan strategic messaging to donors and business partners • Manages individual giving fundraising budget Fundraising/Donor Relationships • Arranges meaningful first contacts, follows up to get interested people involved • Organizes direct appeals, asks for gifts, sends thank you letters • Familiarizes the Development Committee on fundraising techniques so that they are comfortable soliciting contributions • Plans donor contacts with a goal of deepening the relationship • Directs Executive Director and Board of Directors to call and meet with identified donors • Responds to connections and introductions secured by Executive Director and Board of Directors • Corresponds with donors regularly through in-person, telephone, and in writing • Collaborates with the Executive Director, Communications & Marketing Coordinator and Program Directors to produce direct appeals and the annual report • Grows the monthly giving program • Participates in agency events to access donors and inspire new supporters • With the Communications & Marketing Coordinator and Executive Director, produces sponsorship materials, ensures that sponsorship obligations are fulfilled, asks for gifts • Engages with the Board of Directors to cultivate meaningful participation in fundraising activities • Promotes a culture of philanthropy across the organization (board, staff, volunteers, donors) Development Management • Works collaboratively with Executive Director, Communications & Marketing Coordinator, and contract Events Planner to plan for fundraising activities • Develops donor lists for events and direct appeals from donor database • Manages accurate donor contact and giving information • Produces reports for funders, the Executive Director and the Board of Directors • Analyzes fundraising metrics from donor database and uses this information to inform goals, strategies and actions • Leads development and implementation of individual giving fundraising policies and procedures • Collaborates with the Business Manager to pull on-line monthly giving credit card reports • Provides information and support to board members to make regular thank you calls to donors • May supervise development interns and volunteers • Ensures timely recognition of donors Community Relations • Participates in community and agency events where new donors and corporate sponsors may be cultivated • Develops and cultivates on-going partnerships with local businesses to secure sponsorships • Shows leadership as representative of the organization Qualified candidates should send a cover letter and resume to: Boulder County AIDS Project or email to HR@bcap.org 2118 14th Street Boulder, CO 80302 Attn: Human Resources If emailing, please write “Individual Giving & Business Relationships Director” in the subject line of the email. Incomplete applications will not be considered. Position is open until filled. Boulder County AIDS Project is an equal opportunity employer and seeks a diverse applicant pool. For more information about the work of the Boulder County AIDS Project go to www.bcap.org.

Communications Coordinator

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
Community First Foundation
Job posted on:
25 Jul 2017
Job starts on:
27 Sep 2017
Contact Name:
Kayla Arnesen
Email:
Phone:
720.898.5900
Fax:
 
Address:
5855 Wadsworth Bypass, Unit A, Arvada, Colorado 80003
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Experience/Qualifications: • Strong writing, editing, and proofreading skills. • Knowledge of production, design and printing processes. • Advanced skills in Word, PowerPoint and Outlook; Basic skills in Excel. • Skilled with manipulating images in Photoshop. • Understanding of basic design principles. • Experience with social media pages such as Facebook and Twitter. • Bachelor’s degree with emphasis in Marketing, English, Public Relations or Journalism preferred, or equivalent experience. Technical Competencies: • Advanced problem solving skills and abilities. • Excellent planning and execution skills. • Ability to independently organize work and meet deadlines. • Demonstrate effective communication and responsive to customers/clients. • Takes personal responsibility for results. • Works well in a team environment and committed to shared success. • Flexible and adaptable. • Skilled in proofreading, editing, composing, rewriting and reformatting. • Excellent grammar skills. • Works well in a team environment and is committed to shared success. • Flexible and adaptable.
General Job Description:
The Communications Coordinator works with the Director of Strategic Communications and Senior Communications Specialist to support the activities of the communications department. The Coordinator is expected to understand and apply the Foundation’s brand messaging, graphic standards and mission in all visual, print and verbal communications. Essential functions include, but are not limited to, the following: Responsibilities: • Coordinates the Foundation’s special events, ensuring brand identity and messaging is reflected in all events. • Coordinates community events for the Foundation’s grantmaking program. This includes developing a marketing strategy, designing event agenda, organizing speakers and participants, coordinating invitations, managing media relations, assigning staff roles, and managing costs. • Develops newsletters through email-marketing tool to deliver on strategic goals. Edits newsletters. Designs and drafts templates, invitations and other emails, as needed. • Tracks analytics, implements improvements and develops content for the donor and nonprofit partner portal. • Supports the director of strategic communications with media relations. Assists with press releases, mailing lists and other duties as needed. • Assists with promotion of open grant opportunities. • Produces the annual report and other promotional materials, as assigned. This includes conceptualizing, developing content, designing, printing and distributing. Works directly with design consultants and manages costs. • Develops annual blog topic schedule that coincides with ColoradoGives promotions and activities. Writes blog articles or assigns to staff as appropriate. Posts on blog page and facilitates posting on Facebook and ColoradoGives newsletter. • Helps implement media relations strategies or Colorado Gives Day. Coordinates and creates marketing, promotional and advertising materials for Colorado Gives Day. • Contributes to the development of the Foundation’s website, plans and develops content, and makes updates. Helps ensure key projects; content and news are added to the sites. • Contributes to communications strategy and content development for the ColoradoGives.org website. • Coordinates and drafts nonprofit, donor and grant profiles for website, collateral, and other uses. • Ensures implementation of social media strategy. Writes content for Foundation and ColoradoGives Facebook and Twitter posts, as needed. Stays abreast of social media trends and makes recommendations for improvements. • Directs video projects for various Foundation programs. • Assist with special projects and other duties beyond those described above, as needed. To Apply: Go to http://ejob.bz/ATS/jb.do?reqGK=27031200&portalGK=1643 Please do not contact the Foundation directly. Community First Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Customer Service Coordinator

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce
Job posted on:
25 Jul 2017
Job starts on:
01 Aug 2017
Contact Name:
Stephanie Samano
Email:
Phone:
3036208021
Fax:
 
Address:
1445 Market Street, Denver, Colorado 80202
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
JOB REQUIREMENTS: EXPERIENCE: 1 year previous office or customer service experience. SKILLS: Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint, professional correspondence via phone and email with some prior experience in database maintenance. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: None EQUIPMENT TO BE USED: Computers, fax machines, calculators, telephones WORKING CONDITIONS: Those of a typical professional business office environment.
General Job Description:
POSITION SUMMARY: Ensure the provision of quality benefits and services to the general membership. Improve retention of Chamber members through education of available benefits and services they can receive and by effectively providing an awareness program. Build positive relations with members. Ensure membership data is maintained, current and updated timely in database. Assist Membership Director with projects and reporting. JOB RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. Maintain regular contact with members, including high level members, for the purposes of updating information, retention, membership benefits, disseminating pertinent Chamber information, encouraging participation and member-to-Chamber communication and thanking members for their membership. These calls are organized to ensure that each member is contacted at least four times a year, translating to a minimum of 200-250 calls each month by the Membership Customer Service Coordinator. Engaging members and renewing memberships. 2. Compile, organize and prepare reports and other administrative projects for the Membership Manager, COO, and Board of Directors. 3. Attend Chamber programs and/or events, as needed, such as monthly Chamber Member Orientations, Business After Hours, committee/council meetings and other Chamber events. 4. Provide backup support to Membership Database Coordinator including general database accounting, new member application input, cancellation requests and updating member information. Compile database reports for Membership department and other departments as needed. 5. Responds to calls and letters from members, answering questions, investigating and correcting errors (billing, events registration, contact information, etc.) or directing them to appropriate department. 6. Relay complaints to appropriate departments and staff for investigation and resolution. Follow up with those departments/staff members to ascertain resolution has been reached. Ensure member’s needs/concerns have been addressed and that adequate follow-up is received. 7. Ensure membership collateral and other information is stocked and available to Sales Representatives on a daily basis. Distribute Membership Department mail and faxes on a daily basis. 8. Update membership website when needed. 9. Write letters and emails to members as needed. 10. Provide backup support for reception desk and office services as necessary. 11. Other duties as assigned.

Grant Writer

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
Davis Phinney Foundation for Parkinson's
Job posted on:
21 Jul 2017
Job starts on:
05 Sep 2017
Contact Name:
Julie Buderus
Email:
Phone:
720.257.0740
Fax:
 
Address:
4730 Table Mesa Dr. Ste J-200, Boulder, Colorado 80305
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
• 2-5 years of grant writing experience with demonstrated success in securing funding from new and returning funders (bachelor’s degree required) • Experience with healthcare organizations and some knowledge of Parkinson’s highly desired • Knowledge of best practices of grant preparation and administration, plus working knowledge of fundraising information sources • Excellent persuasive writing skills, along with strong verbal communication skills • Must be well organized, detail oriented and able to multi-task • Experience with Salesforce or other donor databases a plus • Self-starter able to initiate work and meet deadlines with minimum supervision • Results oriented team player with the ability to work in a fast-paced environment and to produce high-quality work in a timely manner • Willingness to abide by basic professional fundraising ethics and principles, as defined by the Association of Fundraising Professionals • A positive and authentic approach to relationship building that is motivated by the organization’s mission and a genuine investment in improving the lives of individuals impacted by Parkinson’s
General Job Description:
Grant Writer The Davis Phinney Foundation seeks a part-time Grant Writer to research, develop and manage relationships with foundation and corporate grant makers. Working closely with the Vice President of Development and program staff, the Grant Writer will play a critical role in the growth of this strategic revenue stream. The Grant Writer is responsible for coordinating the entire life cycle of grants, which includes research, cultivation, writing and submission of LOIs, grants, reports, and ongoing donor relationship development with new and existing foundation and corporate funders. This position shares the responsibility of an annual $750,000 corporate and foundation grants and sponsorship goal. This part-time (24 hours per week) position will be based in Boulder, CO with the ability to work remotely. Specific Responsibilities • Research and qualify national corporate and foundation prospects for general operating and program-specific grant proposals • Develop strong and compelling applications, LOIs, grant and report language and materials, including budgets and other required attachments • Develop and maintain a grants pipeline and calendar for all grants including a continuously updated timeline indicating due dates for proposals/applications, reports and relevant information, as well as outcomes and reasons for acceptance/rejection • Cultivate grantors by sending acknowledgement letters, project updates, reports, and other applicable items (e.g. donor mention in publications, etc.) • Ensure that information related to grants and reports corresponds accurately to the proposal and that reports are completed prior to deadline • Ensure compliance with funder requirements, policies and procedures • Work with program staff to collect and report on previous and current year’s outcomes and achievements • Partner with events and programmatic staff by researching local, regional and national sponsorship and grant opportunities in host cities • Produce regular summary reports on all grant activity, including submissions, status of all proposals, and reasons for acceptance/rejection • Contribute to the maintenance of donor database • Other development and programmatic duties as assigned

Advocacy Associate

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
Siegel Public Affairs
Job posted on:
21 Jul 2017
Job starts on:
01 Sep 2017
Contact Name:
Becky Long
Email:
Phone:
3038632400
Fax:
 
Address:
1410 Grant St, Suite C-107, Denver, Colorado 80202
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Siegel Public Affairs provides consulting services primarily 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, assist in coalition building and grassroots organizing and electoral campaigns. Our work includes advocacy for full reproductive health care services, policies that assist low income people, workers' and civil rights, promoting conservation and protecting the right to vote. We are looking for an Advocacy Associate to begin work with us in the fall of 2017. Ideal candidates will have excellent written and verbal communication skills, grassroots or electoral campaign experience, and strong organizational skills. The position is full time and includes some evening and weekend work.
General Job Description:
Duties will include: • Helping to build and support coalitions to advance legislative or electoral campaigns. • Conducting outreach to organizations and individuals to support policy proposals and campaigns. • Assist in planning and organizing events such as community and coalition meetings, rallies, press conferences, canvass days and candidate briefings. • Assist our non-profit clients and volunteers in conducting lobby days and lobby activities. • Assist in advocacy trainings and provide volunteer management and development. • Maintain communications and reporting with clients on legislative and campaign developments. • Assist clients in developing advocacy plans and activities. • Develop written materials to assist clients in issue advocacy and community outreach • Mobilize voters and community members in grassroots activities to support policy and campaign goals. • Conduct administrative duties, including scheduling, computer and data organization and maintenance, etc. • Assist with tracking and supporting activities of the legislative session. Desired Experience and Skills Include: • Demonstrated commitment to promote social and economic justice • Strong written and verbal communication skills • Experience engaging individuals and organizations • 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 • Spanish language proficiency We are committed to building a diverse and inclusive organization to fully represent and engage all Coloradans and to build as powerful a movement for social and economic justice as we can. Recruiting staff that best reflect Colorado is a priority and we encourage applicants from all cultures, races, ethnicities, sexual orientations, gender identities and all other identities represented in Colorado or protected by law. No phone calls please.

NFP Program Coordinator

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
Invest in Kids
Job posted on:
19 Jul 2017
Job starts on:
01 Aug 2017
Contact Name:
Michelle Neal
Email:
Phone:
3038391808
Fax:
 
Address:
1775 SHERMAN ST, STE 2075, Denver, Colorado 80203
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
QUALIFICATIONS - Prior experience in administrative support - Ability to multi-task, handle frequent interruptions and competing priorities, manage time efficiently and meet deadlines - Strong desire to learn - Strong written communication skills, excellent spelling and grammar skills, and attention to detail - Experience with: Windows XP Operating System and Microsoft Office Suite including Outlook, Word, Excel, Publisher and PowerPoint. IT experience a plus.
General Job Description:
PURPOSE Every day, we prove the smartest investments are made in children. At Invest in Kids, we bring research-based, proven programs into communities across the state. Our efforts focus on the specific needs of children in low-income families, with the hope of seeing every child in Colorado thrive. The NFP Program Coordinator will contribute to this mission by providing staff with the support necessary to allow the organization to meet its goals. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES/FUNCTIONS This position serves as a support staff member for the Nurse Family Partnership at Invest in Kids staff. This position reports to the NFP Program Director. DUTIES - Provide support and assistance to the NFP Program Director (copies, mailings, editing, plan travel, etc.) - Support the NFP Program Director with scheduling requests, discrete projects, etc. - Schedule/coordinate all IIK-hosted meetings for NFP - Manage specific NFP projects assigned by the Program Director - Create and edit specific reports assigned by the Program Director - Work with NFP Program Director to develop NFP publications - Update NFP portion of the IIK website as needed - Maintain Medicaid referral distribution system, tracking, and quarterly reports - Coordinating with other NFP staff to help develop initiatives and projects

Copyeditor/Writer

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
Joining Vision and Action (JVA)
Job posted on:
18 Jul 2017
Job starts on:
15 Aug 2017
Contact Name:
Nora Welch
Email:
Phone:
(303) 477-4896
Fax:
 
Address:
2465 Sheridan Blvd, Denver, Colorado 80214
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
A minimum of three years of copyediting experience in a fast-paced, high-volume, deadline-driven environment Experience in editing a range of types of writing, including technical, academic, persuasive and marketing Bachelor’s degree in English, journalism or equivalent preferred Advanced proficiency in use of Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint, including styles and formatting Familiarity with Associated Press Stylebook, Chicago Manual of Style and the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA) Experience with Mac operating systems (we are an all-Mac office)
General Job Description:
Joining Vision and Action (JVA) is a Colorado-based social enterprise that works with clients across the United States. Our mission? Helping and inspiring social changemakers to succeed, sustain and scale. To do that, we help our clients assess community needs, develop strategies and business plans, create fundraising plans, write grant proposals, recruit the right leadership, train up everyone on the team, help nonprofits tell their stories, and evaluate and measure their impact. Read more about us at joiningvisionandaction.com. We are looking for an awesome and experienced copyeditor to edit and format grant proposals, strategic planning documents, evaluation reports, newsletters, business development proposals, web copy, articles for publication and myriad other documents for our clients (and for us!) For any given deliverable, there is often a team of three assigned: the lead writer, a senior associate who serves as a content reviewer and you as the copyeditor. In addition, many deliverables go through an initial edit, and then a final edit after the writer has incorporated client feedback. The copyeditor plays a crucial role in JVA’s work and impacts the success of hundreds of clients and deliverables each year. View the full job description at: http://joiningvisionandaction.com/job/copyeditor-writer/

Development Intern

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
Colorado I Have A Dream Foundation
Job posted on:
17 Jul 2017
Job starts on:
31 Aug 2017
Contact Name:
Andrea Eisinberg
Email:
Phone:
3038615005
Fax:
N/A
 
Address:
1836 Grant St, Denver, Colorado 80203
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
• Applicants must be currently enrolled in a degree program at the time of the internship, preferably at the Master’s level • A demonstrated commitment to CIHAD’s mission and values • Strong organizational and interpersonal skills with ability to work collaboratively • Strong written and verbal communication skills • Strong attention to detail with the ability to multi-task • Previous non-profit organization experience preferred • Experience, coursework or other training in fundraising practices and principles preferred • Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications • Experience with donor management databases is a plus
General Job Description:
This is an unpaid internship for students focused on non-profit management and fund development. The Development Intern will be supervised by CIHAD’s Development Associate, and will work closely with the senior management team on development initiatives. While this is an unpaid position, interns are exposed to numerous growth opportunities. The following are specific responsibilities and project opportunities of the Development Intern: • Support the communications team in developing compelling acknowledgement letters, social media posts, newsletters and other forms of communication to support fundraising • Maintain and update donor records in Donor Perfect, one of the most utilized donor management systems within non-profit fundraising, and assist in database management • Analyze key development metrics and create fundraising reports using DonorPerfect • Research corporate partners, employees and constituencies and create written communications for establishing partnerships • Assist with coordination of fundraising events; including supporting logistics, recruiting sponsors, ticket sales, and soliciting auction items • Support in cultivating, engaging and retaining new, existing, and lapsed donors • Assist with the stewardship and creation of impact reports for current donors • Research funding opportunities including grants, corporate partnerships, and prospective individual donors • Develop and maintain the grant submission calendar, ensure timely and accurate grant submissions, and identify new grant opportunities • Assist in the creation of planned giving and bequest program copy and collateral • Liaise to the Young Professionals’ Council and support their fundraising and event efforts • Develop a College Ambassador program to build awareness and support in universities • Support development efforts with other administrative projects as needed Hours, Start Date and Duration The position start date is flexible but could start as early as August. We ask for a commitment of at least 6 months. This internship requires a minimum of 10 hours per week up to 20 hours per week within the Monday-Friday schedule. The internship will start at a mutually agreed upon date and may continue through the 2017-2018 academic year depending on mutual interest and satisfactory performance. How to Apply To apply for the position, please submit a cover letter, resume, and one page writing sample by email to Andrea Eisinberg at aeisinberg@cihadf.org (please put “Development Intern” in the subject line). Applications will be considered on a rolling basis.

Patron Service Representative (Full-time)

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
Colorado Ballet
Job posted on:
14 Jul 2017
Job starts on:
31 Jul 2017
Contact Name:
Mark Chase
Email:
Phone:
3038378888
Fax:
 
Address:
1075 Santa Fe Drive, Denver, Colorado 80204
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Position Requirements • Minimum 3 years general office and ticketing experience • History of exceptional customer service in person, over the phone, and via email • Proven experience working with a CRM or database system • Bookkeeping and/or basic accounting experience • Flexibility to work evenings and weekends • Solid ability with Microsoft Office Suite products • Strong organizational skills • Dance background is a plus • Patience and the ability to remain positive and professional during stressful situations are essential
General Job Description:
Position Summary The Colorado Ballet Patron Representative is responsible for customer service for all of the departments of Colorado Ballet. Job duties include registering students for classes, selling tickets to performances, collecting/processing payments, interacting with all patrons in a professional way, answering phones and emails, and organizing various academy events. This position reports primarily to the Patron Service and Database Manager with dotted line reporting to the academy and development administration. This position is a full-time, benefited position with Colorado Ballet. (Monday-Friday 9am -5pm, with additional hours during performance weekends.) Position Duties and Functions • Primary contact for ticketing sales and subscriptions, development events and academy questions via phone and email • Responsible for on-line registering and tracking students, including data entry of customer information and processing payments • Providing administrative support to faculty and staff • Ability to work Box Office hours during show dates and times, which includes weekends and multiple dates in November and December. • Generating various management reports from the ticketing database • Other duties as assigned Application: Application deadline is July 31, 2017. Please send your resume, cover letter, and 3 professional references to: HR@coloradoballet.org Submissions without these required items will not be considered. No phone calls please. All submissions will be acknowledged. Colorado Ballet is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Executive Director

Job Type:
Director
Agency:
Adam's Camp
Job posted on:
13 Jul 2017
Job starts on:
31 Jul 2017
Contact Name:
Pat Colip
Email:
Phone:
3035638290
Fax:
3035638291
 
Address:
6767 S. Spruce St., Suite 102, Centennial, Colorado 80112
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
What We Are Looking For: ? Passion for the mission is uppermost, as is compassion and caring ? Integrity, honesty and dependability are essential ? The ability to balance visionary, big-picture thinking with a willingness to be “hands-on” with programs when needed ? A leader with a positive, motivational attitude who builds long-term relationships ? A proven fundraiser with a track record of success ? A skilled manager who motivates the team to deliver outstanding performance ? An excellent writer and speaker, comfortable in the role of public figure ? A strategic leader who applies persistence, determination and hard work to achieving goals ? A financially knowledgeable person who creates and utilizes budgets and financial reports to manage and plan ? Deep knowledge/understanding/experience of individuals with special needs and their families ? Commitment to utilizing technology to keep the organization functioning effectively and efficiently ? Understanding of the nonprofit sector through direct experience
General Job Description:
Position: Executive Director Position Status: Full Time Reports to: President of the Board of Directors Organization Overview When a child has special needs, the entire family has special needs. The mission of Adam's Camp is to realize the potentials and develop the strengths of children and young adults by bringing together families with professionals and volunteers to collaboratively provide customized, intensive therapy, family support, and recreation in a camp environment. Adam's Camp envisions a world where children with special needs and their families are empowered with the courage, hope, skills and tools for a lifelong journey of realizing potentials and developing strengths. The core culture of our organization is built upon these truths: 1. A child is best served within the context of the family 2. All individuals have life-long potential for growth 3. Our community is richer for the inclusion of all members. We value: > An environment that is supportive, caring, responsive and fun > Integrity, transparency, honest and respect > Fiscal responsibility > Innovation, quality and affordability > Community partnerships > Family. Job Overview The Executive Director is the chief person responsible for the successful implementation of our signature programs and for all aspect of the organization's systems and structures. By working with Board members and staff, the Executive Director leads the organization in areas including: 1. Financial Health 2. Personnel 3. Communications and Public Relations 4. Board of Directors 5. Planning and Implementation of Programs and Strategies 6. Fundraising and Community Development 7. Administrative. Specific Duties are described below but the list is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all tasks, responsibilities, or qualifications with this job. 1. Financial Health The Executive Director oversees the development of the annual budget, provides standard financial controls including annual audit, ensures compliance with all Federal and State tax laws, oversees production of the annual report, and maintains a balanced budget. The Director of Finance and the Board of Directors work closely along with the Executive Director in all aspects of financial management. Work with the Investment Committee to monitor investment management to maintain and maximize security and growth. 2. Personnel Effectively hire, manage and develop direct reports. Supervise indirect report personnel to ensure compliance with regulations and consistency with policies and procedures. Create an office culture consistent with our values statement. Employment policies and procedures, human resource strategies, and all legal requirements are to be maintained and compliance should be ensured. Training, evaluations, and professional development should be effective in recruiting, developing, and maintaining highly qualified staff. The Executive Director has the authority to conduct hiring and, if necessary, dismissal of an employee. The Executive Director provides support for all positions within the organization. 3. Communications and Public Relations Working with the Director of Communications and the Board, the Executive Director is responsible for the development and implementation of an effective broad-based communication plan which increases community awareness of our programs in a timely manner. The communication plan should generate exposure and provide opportunities for the development of relationships with community partners. Participation in public presentations, media releases, and speaking at events is key. 4. Board of Directors Provide leadership in the development of the Board of Directors including training, reports of programs and outcomes, presentations, and introduction to community leaders and partners. Assist the Board with long range strategic planning for the organization, committee work, and with fundraising. Work with the President to prepare for each Board meeting including creating agendas, materials and reports for discussion. Attend all Board meetings as an ex-officio member. Report to the Board on the performance of the organization including programs, finance, development, and community relations. Keep the President and Executive Committee apprised of progress on goals and objectives, and issues about employment, promotion, and disciplinary actions of employees in a timely fashion. 5. Planning and Implementation of Programs Ensure the necessary resources, procedures, training, and systems are accessible and effective for the daily operations and provision of Adam's Camp signature programs. Work with the Board of Directors and staff to provide direction and planning for program development and evaluation. Effectively and efficiently use committees, volunteers, financial resources and staff to produce programs consistent with our mission and vision. Ensure proper licensure, State and Federal requirements, and risk management policies and procedures are complied with at all levels. Work with Outreach sites to maintain a presence within the Outreach sites, and help lead, as a representative of Colorado, the broad goals and objective of the Outreach program. 6. Fundraising and Community Development Oversee with the Director of Development and the Board of Directors, a thriving fund development program. Ensure effective strategies nurture our core donor base, support and expand effective fundraising events, and successfully identify and develop new donors and sponsors. Develop business strategies to secure community partners committed to our growth. Provide resources and training for an effective development program. 7. Administrative Oversee management of the facilities. Update organizational policies and procedures routinely, work with Outreach among all Adam's Camp sites as determined with input from the Board, and effectively use available resources for maximum impact in programming and daily operations. Essential Skills and Knowledge This position requires demonstrable experience in managing staff, creating strategic plans and initiatives, managing a budget and overseeing communications and development. A heart-felt comfort and understanding of the special needs community is required. Excellent oral, written and public speaking skills is key. Business acumen in the workings of a non-profit organization are key, as is innovative and entrepreneurial thinking as it relates to creating programs and funding. A "corporate presence" balanced with a family mentality that will be flexible with organizational growth and new opportunities is vital. Skills in managing conflict and identifying priorities should be demonstrated. The ability to build trusting relationships with the staff, families served, and the Board of Directors is imperative. Being comfortable with a local as well as national presence is important. Education: A BA/BS is highly preferred. Required Experience: Minimum 5 years To Apply: Please forward, via email, your cover letter (addressing how you meet “What we are looking for”), resume, and salary requirements to our Search Committee Chair, Pat Colip, at colipgirls3@gmail.com. Please use “Executive Director Adam’s Camp” in the email subject line. All application information must be received via email – no hard copies will be accepted. No phone calls, please. ------

Health Case Manager

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
Urban Peak Colorado Springs
Job posted on:
13 Jul 2017
Job starts on:
01 Aug 2017
Contact Name:
Becky Saad
Email:
Phone:
719-630-3223
Fax:
719-630-3250
 
Address:
423 E. Cucharras St., Colorado Springs, Colorado 80903
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
QUALIFICATIONS Bachelor’s degree in public health, social work, psychology, sociology, or related field (required) and three (3) years’ experience in a health related field; or Master’s Degree in the fields listed above and two (2) years’ of experience in a health related field Ability to work independently and possess the ability to communicate with and coordinate effectively with a system of health service providers Experience with facilitating health related, alcohol and drug education classes preferred Ability to connect and work effectively with a diverse, resistant street youth population Consistent exercise of discretion and independent judgment Clear and appropriate boundaries with youth Understand issues of the homeless adolescent population, mental health issues and substance abuse among high-risk youth adults Provide services that are trauma informed, appropriate and effective Problem solving skills: multi-tasking, assessment, organization and prioritization Excellent written/verbal communication and interpersonal skills QMAP certified or be willing to become QMAP certified within three months Team oriented and able to coordinate with various departments and staff Must be computer proficient and possess experience of Microsoft Office Suite (e.g. Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, and Excel) Understanding of the provision of and commitment to trauma informed care and positive youth development Must be insurable as a driver on Urban Peak’s auto liability policy in order to conduct business on behalf of the agency and/or transport youth using an Urban Peak vehicle and an approved personal vehicle Must pass both federal and state background checks Must pass pre-employment TB screening
General Job Description:
JOB SUMMARY Under the supervision of the Program Supervisor, the Health Case Manager is responsible for fostering a network of health care professionals to assist in providing comprehensive health services to meet the needs of homeless youth and prepare them for a healthy lifestyle in the future. This position will specialize in health related services, coordinate the health service program, manage individual health plans in conjunction with each youth’s case manager, coordinate collaboration with health professionals, enroll eligible youth in CHP and Medicaid, and facilitate healthy lifestyle classes. This position will ensure that interactions, interventions and environments at Urban Peak are trauma informed and emphasize the physical and emotional safety of youth and staff.

School Nurse

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
Kids First Health Care
Job posted on:
10 Jul 2017
Job starts on:
07 Aug 2017
Contact Name:
Cammy Manning
Email:
Phone:
303-853-3281
Fax:
n/a
 
Address:
4675 E. 69th Ave., Commerce City, Colorado 80022
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Requirements for the Position: • Current Colorado RN license • Bachelor of Science in Nursing • Special Services licensure as a School Nurse through the Colorado Department of Education or application must be completed prior to employment • CPR/First Aid Instructor Certification or willingness to obtain it • Minimum of one year experience in pediatrics, community, and/or school health strongly preferred.
General Job Description:
Current opening for a School Nurse, working directly for non-profit agency, Kids First Health Care and providing services primarily for a preschool and elementary population in Commerce City. Competitive salary with benefits. .8 FTE-32 hrs./wk. Work schedule follows the school calendar. Monday through Friday. Flexible hours over 4 or 5 days may be considered. Preferred start date is August 7. We have a fabulous team of collaborative nurses who work very well together. Please send resume and questions to Cammy Manning, Director of School Nursing at clmanning@adams14.org.

Director of Finance & Human Resources

Job Type:
Director
Agency:
Kids First Health Care
Job posted on:
10 Jul 2017
Job starts on:
01 Aug 2017
Contact Name:
Norma S. Portnoy
Email:
Phone:
303-853-3281
Fax:
n/a
 
Address:
4675 E. 69th Ave., Commerce City, Colorado 80022
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Minimum Qualifications: • Bachelor’s degree in accounting, business administration, or a related field. An associate degree in business or accounting with extensive experience may be considered. • Minimum five years’ experience in accounting or finance. • Strong understanding of fund accounting. • Proficiency with QuickBooks accounting software and Microsoft Excel. • Experience in the administration of benefits and compensation programs. • Evidence of the practice of a high level of confidentiality. • Comprehensive knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles. • Highly organized, analytical, and computer-competent. • Strong skills in communication, problem-solving, and leadership. • Previous management responsibility. Preferred Qualifications: • Master’s degree in accounting, business administration, or a related field. • CPA, CMA, or related certification. • Previous experience in accounting or finance in a health care facility or nonprofit organization providing health care services.
General Job Description:
Kids First Health Care is currently seeking a full-time Director of Finance & Human Resources to join our team. The Director of Finance & Human Resources position reports to the Executive Director and is responsible for all financial and human resource operations of Kids First Health Care. Established in 1978, Kids First operates under the philosophy that every child deserves health care. We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization created specifically to meet the needs of children ages birth to 21 who otherwise could not afford health care and are governed by a volunteer board of directors. The mission of Kids First is to improve the health and well-being of infants, children, and youth through providing primary and preventative health care services in partnership with schools and other community organizations. Job Title: Director of Finance & Human Resources Overall Statement of Responsibility: The Director of Finance & Human Resources is responsible for all financial and human resource operations of Kids First Health Care. This position provides strategic management of the agency’s accounting and finance functions to ensure that the agency is financially sound. The Director of Finance & Human Resources ensures that Kids First financial and personnel policies, procedures, and internal controls are followed by all personnel. This position is crucial to ensuring that programs have the resources needed to provide quality care and to maximizing the efficient use of these resources. Essential Duties & Responsibilities: • Perform and/or supervise all bookkeeping functions, including accounts receivable, accounts payable, and payroll. Ensure that all accounting is performed in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles. • Prepare monthly and annual financial reports for the Board of Directors and other key stakeholders. • Coordinate and manage the annual budget process, including mid-year revisions, for organization and programs. • Assist external accountant in the annual preparation of audited financial statements and IRS Form 990. • Assist the Director of Development & Communications in preparation of grant applications and reports by providing financial information. Ensure that grant funding is expended in accordance with any donor restrictions. • Act as staff liaison to the Board’s Finance Committee. • Manage administration of health insurance, flexible spending, supplemental insurance, retirement plan, and other benefits. • Act as point-of-contact for staff on any questions regarding salary, paid time off, and benefits. • Perform and/or supervise other human resource functions, including quarterly unemployment filings and annual compensation analysis. • Maintain and update as needed organization policies and procedures related to finances and personnel. • Ensure organization and staff maintain adequate insurance coverage. • Oversee financial and human resource systems implementations and upgrades. • Supervise one staff member (Administrative Assistant) and outsourced contractors for medical billing and payroll administration. • Provide support to other departments with issues related to finances or personnel. • Other duties as assigned. Compensation: Salary commensurate with experience. Comprehensive benefits package includes health, dental, vision, 403(b) retirement plan, and paid holidays. To Apply: Submit resume and cover letter with salary requirements to Norma Portnoy: nsportnoy@adams14.org with Finance Director as the subject line. For additional information on Kids First Health Care, please visit www.kidsfirsthealthcare.org. No phone calls please.

Development Manager

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
The Action Center
Job posted on:
09 Jul 2017
Job starts on:
31 Jul 2017
Contact Name:
jobs@theactioncenterco.org
Email:
Phone:
3032377704
Fax:
 
Address:
8755 W 14th Ave, Lakewood, Colorado 80215
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
•Bachelor’s degree in appropriate field, or equivalent experience •Five years fundraising experience with at least three years significant fundraising experience with major gift level donors (gifts of $10k and above) •Solid fundraiser who knows cultivation and can close a gift •Three years of development staff supervisory experience with proven ability to build and guide a strong, dedicated and effective fund-raising team •A proven track record and successful experience in individual donor development and major gifts •Exceptional leadership to deliver on fundraising goals and ability to accomplish results individually and through development staff •Must have a passion for developing relationships and donor engagement, and able to mentor and train development staff in the cultivation of existing, new and prospective donors •Dynamic speaker that can inspire donors around the mission •Must have outstandingly strong interpersonal and communication skills and demonstrate professionalism and warmth when interacting with donor community, staff, volunteers, partners & others •Exceptional relationship and trust building, communication, listening and personal engagement skills •High degree of comfort and poise with a diverse group of stakeholders •Ability to work independently and manage multiple tasks simultaneously with thoroughness, accuracy, timeliness, professionalism and a positive spirit •Creative, innovative and entrepreneurial mindset and leadership style •High level of comfort with ambiguity and willingness to navigate new situations •Strong computer skills including, Google, MS Office, spreadsheets, databases, email and internet •Experience with the Benevon fundraising model preferred •Familiarity with eTapestry preferred, or similar donor software program •Ability to work collaboratively and across departments to achieve strategic goals
General Job Description:
This experienced fundraising professional is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of the development department staff and annual fund development, including identifying and cultivating major gift level donors, both individual and business, and leading the Benevon Fundraising team. This position does not oversee grants or agency communications. Full-time; exempt. Flexibility to work evenings and weekends is required. •Responsible for staff recruitment, training, performance feedback and development; and provide direction, leadership and guidance to department staff and volunteers •Ensure the successful implementation of the Benevon Fundraising model and Benevon related functions, and manage the priorities of the development team to ensure annual and long-term fundraising goals are met •Implement agency annual fund-raising/donor plan which includes donor acquisition strategies, appeal planning, annual giving plans, and donor management and retention strategies •Cultivate annual giving donors at all levels and maintain a donor portfolio •Leverage existing relationships to secure major gifts from individuals and businesses. This includes working with board and executive staff to identify, cultivate and solicit major gift prospects and donors. •Oversee development events such as the annual “Where Action Matters” Breakfast, After-Breakfast Celebration, Table Captain Training and all Free Feel Good Events •Lead, recruit, train and coordinate the Ambassador program with the volunteer leader •Lead planning committee and development staff for annual Betty Proctor Fund events •Ensure development staff are prepared and scheduled to support Beautiful Junk Sale events •Collaborate with the Finance team to ensure strong donor data management and integrity, ensuring consistent and timely data entry and reconciliation of gift and pledge information between the donor database and financial database •Oversee production of special letters, gift acknowledgements and other communications to donors and prospective donors. •Contribute to the development of strategic goals and objectives through participation on the agency leadership team

Marketing & Communications Coordinator

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
The Action Center
Job posted on:
09 Jul 2017
Job starts on:
31 Jul 2017
Contact Name:
jobs@theactioncenterco.org
Email:
Phone:
3032377704
Fax:
 
Address:
8755 W 14th Ave, Lakewood, Colorado 80215
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Currently interviewing - please apply as soon as possible but no later than July 23, 2017 •Bachelor’s Degree in marketing, communications, journalism or related field; or equivalent, relevant work experience •Minimum two years’ work experience in marketing, communications or public relations •Prefer one year experience and working knowledge with website content management systems (Wordpress) and Adobe Creative Suite including, but not limited to: Illustrator/InDesign and Photoshop •Excellent marketing and communication skills required, and proven ability to utilize imagination and originality in creating written and verbal communications •Excellent interpretive skills are essential (listening, reading, viewing) •Demonstrated experience working with social media platforms •Excellent public speaking skills •Ability to work effectively across departments to achieve strategic goals •Excellent computer skills including: photo editing, page layout and graphic design •Strong organization, time management and problem solving skills •Nonprofit experience preferred
General Job Description:
The Marketing & Communications Coordinator identifies and integrates strategies and key messages in the promotion and marketing of the agency’s mission and brand. This is accomplished through the design and production of internal and external communication materials including: press releases, web copy, newsletters, internal/external communications and presentations. Serve as primary media contact. Full-time; exempt; Flexibility to work evenings and weekends may be required. •Develop, maintain and execute agency strategic communications plan •Act as primary graphic designer for all agency media; design and create collateral materials across all departments •Create and maintain a comprehensive press list and serve as the agency’s primary media contact •Write and distribute press releases, story pitches, web copy and content and event media alerts •Maintain and update website content; manage and create content for social media sites in alignment with the agency’s brand standards and organization identity •Capture multimedia content •Write/produce monthly e-newsletters, bi-annual print newsletters and annual report as well as other organizational marketing materials •Liaise with external printers on a regular basis to ensure deadlines are met and material is printed to the highest quality •Prepare visual presentations by designing art and copy layouts. •Manage printing/mailing services/video production contractor relationships •Update and maintain agency Graphic Standards Manual •Assist in planning and execution of special events

Donor Relations Coordinator

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
The Action Center
Job posted on:
08 Jul 2017
Job starts on:
31 Jul 2017
Contact Name:
jobs@theactioncenterco.org
Email:
Phone:
3032377704
Fax:
 
Address:
8755 W 14th Ave, Lakewood, Colorado 80215
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 July 23, 2017 •Bachelor’s degree, or equivalent work experience required •Two years’ experience in donor cultivation/solicitation/stewardship and making the “ask” required •Excellent communication skills required; must be comfortable making presentations to individuals and groups •Experience with the Benevon fundraising model preferred •Experience with eTapestry donor software program or other donor management program •Proficiency with Microsoft Word and Excel required
General Job Description:
As an integral part of the fund raising team, participate in donor cultivation and gift solicitation where appropriate and support special events throughout the year. Responsible for overseeing tours and introductory cultivation aspects of the Benevon model including the Ambassador program. Full-time, non- exempt. Flexibility to work evenings and weekends may be required. •Responsible for a specific portfolio of donors, both individual and corporate, who are at Self Sufficiency Society giving level as well as those who are near that level •Participate in donor cultivation and gift solicitation including making the “ask” •Coordinate logistical aspects of agency tours •Conduct the tour portion of “Where Action Matters” tours and make follow up calls •Assist with planning the annual “Where Action Matters” breakfast •Coordinate special donor participation events •Identify prospective donors for planned giving cultivation •Assist with planning and preparation for the agency Annual Meeting •Attend community awareness meetings including workplace giving events and other fundraising and community presentations •Attend and occasionally assist with Benevon fundraising training

Development Officer

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
The Action Center
Job posted on:
08 Jul 2017
Job starts on:
30 Jul 2017
Contact Name:
jobs@theactioncenterco.org
Email:
Phone:
3032377704
Fax:
 
Address:
8755 W 14th Ave, Lakewood, Colorado 80215
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
•Bachelor's degree required, advanced degree or certification preferred •Five years of nonprofit fundraising experience with a demonstrated ability to secure individual and major gifts and meet objectives required •Must be a skilled fund-raiser, exceptional communicator and a person who works collaboratively with and through others to achieve success •Ability to successfully navigate prospect relationships •Must work independently and be self-motivated in initiating contacts with prospects •Skilled in using a donor database, prospect research and other wealth screening tools to aid the moves management process •Exceptional writing and speaking skills and the ability to use them to compel individuals to action •Must be organized, prepared, detail-oriented and follow through on commitments •Ability to inspire prospects and successfully engage them in our vison and mission •Must have outstandingly strong interpersonal and communication skills and demonstrate professionalism and warmth when interacting with donor community, staff, volunteers, partners & others •Must adhere to the highest ethical standards, demonstrate an empathetic disposition and perseverance, and convey sensitivity to the needs of donors •Exceptional relationship and trust building, communication, listening and personal engagement skills •High degree of comfort and poise with a diverse group of stakeholders •Ability to work independently and manage multiple tasks simultaneously with thoroughness, accuracy, timeliness, professionalism and a positive spirit •Creative, innovative and entrepreneurial mindset and leadership style •Strong computer skills including, Google, MS Office, spreadsheets, databases, email and internet •Familiarity with the Benevon fundraising model preferred •Familiarity with eTapestry or similar donor software program preferred
General Job Description:
Full-time; exempt; Flexibility to work evenings and weekends is required This critical position develops, cultivates and maintains major gift and planned giving level donor relationships. The Development Officer creates and implements annual and long-range plans to increase major giving and levels of donor participation, and plays a key role in in the identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of prospects as well as manages a portfolio of potential major gift prospects and donors. Responsible for direct solicitation of gifts as well as coordinates with staff and board members in additional cultivation and solicitation. This position will implement plans and make decisions related to major gift fund development and includes establishing and creating sponsorships, and raising money from individuals and corporations. •Implement identification, cultivation and stewardship activities that strengthen long-term relationships to current and new donors who have the capacity of making a major gift ($10,000 and higher) •Develop major gift and planned giving goals and objectives to achieve successful outcomes in line with the annual budget and strategic plan •Contribute to the development of strategic fund raising goals and objectives through participation in development team planning meetings •Create and regularly review the revenue budget for major gifts and planned giving. •Provide written monthly status to Director of Development regarding pending and successful solicitation efforts, and actual to budget revenue goals •Develop and execute successful major gift solicitation strategies •Collaborate with Director of Development to determine major gift prospects for cultivation •Build meaningful relationships with major donor prospects and inspire giving through engagement in the agency mission •Manage and expand a portfolio of donors who have the capacity for making a major gift •Make direct, face-to-face solicitations, and assist the board and with their solicitation (e.g. provide portfolio development support, strategic counsel, and help with donor communications) •Work in close partnership with the Executive Director, Director of Development, Development Manager and Grants Officer to ensure full communication and that any cross-over issues are quickly resolved •Utilize donor software systems to track and cultivate donors and prospects, including wealth screening tools •Create and implement moves management plan strategies •Ensure accuracy of major gift and planned giving donor information •Establish recognition programs with Director of Development •Attend and participate in agency events such as Thanksgiving distribution and the annual meeting, and visit seasonal prevention program sites •Participate in relevant meetings and represent the agency in the community as assigned

Systems Administrator

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
Hunger Free Colorado
Job posted on:
06 Jul 2017
Job starts on:
01 Aug 2017
Contact Name:
HR
Email:
Phone:
7203281284
Fax:
 
Address:
1801 Williams Street, Suite 200, Denver, Colorado 80218
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
- 2+ years of experience performing Salesforce.com configuration - Able to gather, document and execute detailed specifications from high-level requirements with little to average amount of supervision - Solid project management skills - Excellent verbal and written communication skills - Strong software application testing and issue evaluation skills - Experience leading and facilitating requirements discussions with individuals and groups - Experience developing and maintaining training materials and training curriculum - Ability to manage diverse projects and multiple priorities with high attention to detail - Innovative, strategic thinker who loves challenges and creating solutions - Ability to set goals and critically analyze activities to determine if goals were achieved - Strong interpersonal skills which include transparency, humor, patience, and intuition - Superior understanding of Microsoft Office products - Demonstrated experience building strength-based partnerships and collaborations with individuals from diverse backgrounds and skillsets - Bachelor’s degree in Business or Information Technology from an accredited university - Valid driver’s license and reliable transportation is necessary - Experience working for a nonprofit organization preferred - Salesforce.com Administrator Certification and experience working with Salesforce Nonprofit Starter Pack preferred
General Job Description:
Launched in 2009, Hunger Free Colorado has emerged as the leading statewide anti-hunger advocacy organization. Hunger Free Colorado works to create systems change from the federal to the local level by using the tools of policy, coalition building, collaborative programming, targeted awareness, and process measurements to support innovative solutions to Colorado’s hunger challenges. The Systems Administrator is a newly created position designed to provide systems and information technology support to the organization and its staff of 20. This role will be responsible for managing existing systems, the associated databases, and will create and manage our data extraction and reporting processes. The candidate should be skilled at project management process and tools (Trello, Google drive, Smartsheet). Candidate will be responsible for coordinating internal activities during a 4- month re-development project of a new Salesforce.com platform. Candidate will also be responsible for end user training on use of the new system, as well as ensuring data entry accuracy and integrity through appropriate staff training, support, and process oversight. The successful candidate will understand how to build technology solutions to support the ongoing expansion of the agency and its departments, increasing the value of benefits to all system users. To apply, please send a resume and cover letter, specifically demonstrating your qualifications, as one document titled “LAST NAME_FIRST NAME Systems Administrator” to hr@hungerfreecolorado.org by Friday, July 21. Applications that don’t specifically address the core required competencies above will not be considered. No phones calls, please.

Program Specialist

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
Laboratory to Combat Human Trafficking
Job posted on:
06 Jul 2017
Job starts on:
01 Aug 2017
Contact Name:
Craig Nason
Email:
Phone:
303-295-0451
Fax:
 
Address:
1031 33rd St., Denver, Colorado 80205
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
CANDIDATE ATTRIBUTES/SKILLS SOUGHT The ideal candidate should be a strategic, innovative, organized, energetic leader and a team player. • Endorse the LCHT mission • Excellent project management skills • Computer skills (including access, data entry and storage, data analysis, and research- related programs) • Experience with Salesforce data entry or similar CRM/online databases • Demonstrated knowledge of feminist (multidisciplinary and multi-method) methodologies, particularly participatory action research • Knowledge of social justice issues • Approachable leader with high energy, enthusiasm and excitement; ability to work with professionals and community members, staff and Board members • Ability to work effectively with a diversity of people and constituencies • Strong interpersonal skills including relationship and trust building, communication and listening, and personal engagement/networking • Demonstrated writing skills • Ability to communicate effectively to support marketing and fundraising programs • Willingness to roll-up her/his sleeves and “do the work” • Willingness to travel throughout Colorado, occasionally on short notice • Experience with healthcare and/or child welfare sectors preferred EXPERIENCE/EDUCATION SOUGHT • A bachelor's degree in a field of study related to the job description and two years full time professional experience. • Master’s degree in social science or equivalent research experience (academic setting strongly preferred), 3-5 years professional experience preferred.
General Job Description:
ABOUT the Laboratory to Combat Human Trafficking (LCHT) LCHT’s mission is to inform social change that eliminates human exploitation; our vision is the end of human trafficking. Since 2005, LCHT has trained more than 25,000 community members, law enforcement, and social service providers. www.combathumantrafficking.org. BASIC FUNCTION Reporting to the Executive Director, the Program Specialist is responsible for supporting core program activities for the Laboratory to Combat Human Trafficking (LCHT). S/he will utilize excellent communications and organizing skills to reach a variety of audiences by supporting LCHT’s five program areas (training/education, research, Action Plan, survivor leadership, and hotline). As a result of this individual’s efforts, LCHT will be viewed as an organization that is influencing and shaping the anti-human trafficking movement at the local, state, regional, and national levels. This specialist’s efforts will have a direct impact in sustaining and growing the reach of LCHT and to end human trafficking. SCOPE The Program Specialist supports the overall organization in daily operations and programs. This specialist will monitor Colorado Action Plan activities, develop curriculum and conduct trainings on human trafficking, and support hotline and leadership development programmatic efforts (including managing interns). KEY RESPONSIBILITIES • Assist LCHT’s Action Plan Manager to advance the Colorado Action Plan, specifically managing backend monitoring and evaluation of the online platform, the Anti-Trafficking Exchange • Deliver introductory trainings/presentations on human trafficking and collaborate on training curriculum, materials development, production and scheduling, including volunteers • Foster new partnerships and monitor existing partnerships through outreach (e.g., assist with updating and recruitment for membership in statewide resource directory) • Work with CoNEHT Hotline supervisors to on-board and manage volunteer advocates, conduct quarterly debriefings, and deliver reports to anti-trafficking coalitions/ task forces • Work with the Executive Director and Board Research Committee to identify and pursue research projects; collecting, analyzing and reporting on data; performing statistical analysis of data; and assisting in the publication of research findings • Support overall operations of the organization (i.e., admin, financials, communications, development, etc) LOCATION Denver, CO TRAVEL The job will require regular travel across the state as well as flexible work hours, including some weekend and evening hours. EXPECTED COMPENSATION $40,000 + health insurance, paid leave REQUIRED APPLICATION DOCUMENTS Interested applicants should submit a resume/CV, cover letter, list of 3 references, and short writing sample (e.g., Academic/ Research writing sample) to Accounts@Combathumantrafficking.org.

Office of Field Education Specialist

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
Metropolitan State University of Denver
Job posted on:
05 Jul 2017
Job starts on:
01 Aug 2017
Contact Name:
Aneesha Bharwani
Email:
Phone:
303-352-7098
Fax:
 
Address:
Campus Box 70, PO Box 173362, Denver, Colorado 80206
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Required: Bachelor’s Degree. 2 years of administrative support experience. At least two years of experience using Microsoft Office Suite to include Word, Excel, Power Point and Outlook. 1 year of experience with web-based database systems.
General Job Description:
The Field Specialist works to support the operations of The Office of Field Education. The Field Specialist will work in collaboration with both the Field and OSWSS teams to support the strategic direction of the Department of Social Work. The Field Specialist will primarily manage the day-to-day operations of the field office, serving as the point person on a daily basis for students and community professionals involved in the field education program, and developing and implementing processes to support the administrative functioning of the office. This position must be able to work in a fast-paced and dynamic environment and must have a strong ability to multitask with a commitment to professional development and ability to adapt to meet the needs of the Department of Social Work. The University is particularly interested in applicants who have experience working with students from diverse backgrounds and a demonstrated commitment to improving access to higher education for under-represented groups. Metropolitan State University of Denver is an equal opportunity employer. See job posting online for full job description: https://www.msudenverjobs.com/poswww.msudenver.edu Please do NOT email resumes and cover letters. Only online applications will be accepted.

Executive Director

Job Type:
Director
Agency:
Disabled Resource Services
Job posted on:
05 Jul 2017
Job starts on:
01 Oct 2017
Contact Name:
Dan Ashbaugh
Email:
Phone:
9702905573
Fax:
 
Address:
4032 Florence Dr., Loveland, Colorado 80538
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Position Summary: The Executive Director reports directly to the Board of Directors and is responsible for the overall success of Disabled Resource Services and its operation including planning, fiscal and personnel management, funding, governmental compliance and community relations as well as other functions in line with DRS’s mission. The Executive Director will provide leadership and vision, implement Board policies and supervise staff. Qualifications: • Master’s degree in disability studies, social work, counselling or a related field. (Note: A combination of Bachelor’s degree and experience may be considered in lieu of a Master’s degree.) • Minimum of 5 years of experience in a management position of a non-profit organization. • Understanding of and dedication to independent living philosophy. (personal experience with disability desired)
General Job Description:
The Board of Directors of Disabled Resource Services (DRS) in Fort Collins, Colorado announces the recruitment of a new Executive Director. Position: Executive Director Location: Fort Collins, CO Salary Range: $62,000 - $75,000 annually Anticipated Hire Date: October, 2017 To Apply: Please include: Cover Letter, Resume, Salary Requirements and 3 professional references to: Attention: ED Search Committee e-mail: drs@disabledresourceservices.org USPS: 1017 Robertson Street, Unit B Fort Collins, CO 80524-3915 Applications will be reviewed and interviews schedule beginning August 1, 2017. Position will remain in open status until the hiring process is complete. About Disabled Resource Services: Disabled Resource Services is a non-profit organization in northern Colorado serving individuals with disabilities in Larimer and Jackson counties. DRS was established in 1978 and is one of nine certified Centers for Independent Living in the state of Colorado providing a wide range of services including advocacy, information and referral, independent living skills training, peer support and transitions. DRS helps over 6,000 people annually through our Access to Independence program. Approximately 97% of those individuals living below the poverty level. DRS Mission Statement: Disabled Resource Services empowers individuals with disabilities to achieve their maximum level of independence through services supporting advocacy, awareness and access to their community. Goals of DRS: • Provide quality services efficiently and effectively • Be a reliable support system to people in need • Assist individuals with meeting identified goals • Ensure services increase independence • Enhance the quality of life of people served Principal Duties and Responsibilities: Fiscal Oversight • Responsible for the successful fiscal management of the organization. • Develops and executes the Organization’s operational plan that includes budget, financial analysis, team development and program needs in collaboration with staff, board of directors. • Ensures that all financial reporting and records are processed and maintained in a timely manner and in accordance with all governmental regulation requirements. • Ensures grant requirements are met. Managerial • Oversees organizational and programmatic operations. • Coordinates and facilitates meetings. • Supervises management staff. • Performs management staff performance reviews. • Oversees compliance for Independent Living Center certification. • Ensures agency meets contract compliance for grant awards. • Performs additional duties, as required. Resource Development • Consults, reviews and writes supplemental grant proposals. • Defends grant proposals before review panels. • Ensures execution of Wine Fest fundraiser. • Represents organization to Colorado Statewide Independent Living Council (SILC). • Maintains membership in Association of Colorado Centers for Independent Living (ACCIL). • Consults on and prepares reports to funders. Public Relations • Gives DRS presentations to the public/other agencies. • Promotes DRS through networking events. • Represents DRS/disability issues in the community. • Submits articles to media sources. • Reviews legislations, advocates for and educates on disability issues. • Participates in local organizations/groups as DRS representative. Board Relations • Responsible for overseeing, recruiting, and stewarding the board and future board development. • Works closely with the board chair, schedules board meetings and advises board on organization and program status and needs. • Track and report on DRS’s strategic plan goals • Plans board-staff meetings and functions. Disabled Resource Services is an equal opportunity employer providing opportunity to all people regardless of age, color, national origin, citizenship status, physical or mental disability, race, religion, creed, gender, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, genetic information, or marital status.

Program Manager for Intervention Services

Job Type:
Other Manager (CFO, Marketing, etc)
Agency:
The Action Center
Job posted on:
29 Jun 2017
Job starts on:
31 Jul 2017
Contact Name:
jobs@theactioncenterco.org
Email:
Phone:
3032377704
Fax:
 
Address:
8755 W 14th Ave, Lakewood, Colorado 80215
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 July 16, 2017 •Master of Social Work or related degree •Minimum of two years of staff management experience •Two years of casework experience related to working with high need populations •One year experience in program development and enhancement •Experience leading, managing and engaging volunteer teams preferred •Excellent organizational, crisis management, communication, and decision making skills •Problem solving skills, ability to assess situations, identify cause, generate solutions and make constructive recommendations •Ability to exercise initiative, relate well with others and build collaborations •Excellent computer skills including Word, Excel, and databases •Bilingual in Spanish a plus
General Job Description:
Full-time, exempt Are you passionate about helping others struggling to meet their basic needs? Do you have experience managing staff and administering programs? Are you detail oriented and a strategic thinker? Do you have experience working with and managing volunteers? If so, The Action Center has a job for you! We are looking for a program manager to lead our Intervention Services program. This person will lead a team of staff and volunteers in the daily operations of delivering basic needs services to up to 100 families a day. Our collaborative approach combines the distribution of food, clothing, personal hygiene items and household goods with direct connections to community partner resources co-locating at The Action Center. •Provide leadership, planning, direction and day to day supervision of the Intervention Services department to deliver effective and meaningful assistance for participants seeking services •Effectively select, manage, coach and evaluate the performance of Intervention Services staff to foster a caring, fully engaged team and ensure robust intervention services •Manage the daily activities of the Intervention Services program, responding to immediate crisis situations, working directly with participants as the situation warrants, as well as ensuring effective flow through service areas •Train and supervise all Volunteer Participant Advocates, working closely with the Volunteer Programs team on recruitment, support, and retention •Build Volunteer Participant Advocate corps to up to 45 volunteers, including the development of Lead Volunteer Participant Advocates and a substitute pool •Assist Grants Manager with grant reporting and documentation; provide oversight of expenditures of restricted funds •Contribute to the development of strategic goals and objectives through participation on the agency leadership team •Develop goals and objectives to achieve successful intervention service outcomes in line with the strategic plan •Create and manage the annual Intervention Services budget and regularly review department expenditures to ensure alignment with the budget •Coordinate internship programs with local graduate and undergraduate programs in conjunction with Human Resources; provide direct supervision of assigned intern(s) •Maintain and oversee daily records and program documentation •Develop, update and maintain all Intervention Services procedures and policies •Work in close partnership with the Manager of Pathways Program and Manager of Shelter Programs to ensure cross-over participant issues are effectively managed •Responsible for data collection systems (Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) and proprietary systems), including trainings, developing expertise, generating and preparing reports and program statistics. •Ensure accurate record keeping in various data entry systems •Recruit and oversee community outreach partners for internal and external services for program participants •Maintain effective working relationships with other departments, human services providers, donors and community, and represent the agency with county and other non-profits in human services collaborations •Attend and participate in agency events such as the annual meeting and seasonal prevention programs •Ensure Intervention Services staff and volunteers are trained on programs area safety and risk management procedures

ASPIRE Youth or Parent Trainer

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
PEAK Parent Center
Job posted on:
29 Jun 2017
Job starts on:
01 Aug 2017
Contact Name:
M. Rilling
Email:
Phone:
7195319400
Fax:
 
Address:
611 N. Weber St. Suite 200, Colorado Springs, Colorado 80903
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Do you enjoy meeting new people? Have great speaking skills? Would you like being a part of a progressive nonprofit organization that supports and empowers families of children and youth with disabilities? If so, consider joining PEAK Parent Center’s ASPIRE team!
General Job Description:
The ASPIRE team’s purpose is to train youth with disabilities concerning career achievement and educational attainment. The ASPIRE Youth Trainer is responsible for training groups of up to 30 youth, ages 14-21. Trainings include such topics as self-advocacy, self-determination, career building skills, and self-sufficiency. The ASPIRE Adult Trainer will train groups of up to 30 parents with youth with a disability. We are looking for an enthusiastic go-getter who values building community connections! This position is part time, 7-10 hours per month. Located in the Colorado Springs, Pueblo, or Denver areas. See https://www.peakparent.org/get_involved/employment for more information and to apply

Short-Term Operations Coordinator

Job Type:
Other Manager (CFO, Marketing, etc)
Agency:
PEAK Parent Center
Job posted on:
29 Jun 2017
Job starts on:
01 Aug 2017
Contact Name:
M. Rilling
Email:
Phone:
7195319400
Fax:
 
Address:
611 N. Weber St. Suite 200, Colorado Springs , Colorado 80903
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
The ideal candidate will have HR, executive assistant, or operations experience. We are looking for someone who is able to jump into ongoing projects and be positive, assertive, and flexible.
General Job Description:
The Short-Term Operations Coordinator will work closely with the Executive Director to support and coordinate several projects in direct support of the organization’s mission to ensure inclusion of people with disabilities. This position will also be responsible for managing the daily logistics of PEAK’s move to new office space. For more information and to apply please visit https://www.peakparent.org/get_involved/employment/job-posting-short-term-operations-coordinator

Development/Grants Manager

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
mpowered
Job posted on:
27 Jun 2017
Job starts on:
01 Aug 2017
Contact Name:
Lori Nolen
Email:
Phone:
3032332773
Fax:
 
Address:
2009 Wadsworth Blvd, Ste 100, Lakewood, Colorado 80214
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
To help us achieve our mission, mpowered is seeking a Development/Grants Manager with the demonstrated experience and skills to own the success of all aspects of mpowered’s grant proposal and grant management activities. Other qualities include: --At least 2 years of experience in nonprofit fundraising and development work, including proposal editing and review --Knowledge of the Colorado funding community --Extraordinary attention to detail --A track record of follow-through on projects and prompt responsiveness --At home in a fast paced, highly dynamic environment with multiple deadlines --Exceptional writing skills – must be clear, concise and compelling --Comfortable working directly with donors, corporate partners, and foundations; and with balancing multiple, concurrent fundraising initiatives --Ability to analyze, synthesize and present complex data --Resourceful and bright --Experience managing up/down and laterally --Ambitious, self-directed and goal-oriented --Bachelor’s degree in related field --Excellent working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite; ability to quickly learn and use a donor management database and dashboard
General Job Description:
mpowered is a Colorado-based nonprofit focused on creating Financial Security for All. Through holistic and relational financial education and coaching, our clients make choices and take actions that align with their personal goals and values. Employees successful within mpowered culture are highly proactive, optimistic, business-minded, entrepreneurial, flexible, and collaborative. All of our team members – regardless of their positions – help us to achieve our goal of empowering people to transform their financial futures. Organizational values – show up, get real, work together, be the change, move forward and steady on – guide all internal and external facing aspects of mpowered’s work. To Apply: At mpowered, our core values form the foundation of our culture and our success. If this sounds like the opportunity for you, please send a culture letter clearly defining your personal and professional values and how you anticipate your core values being reflected at mpowered, along with your resume and two writing samples, to Lori Nolen at lori@mpoweredcolorado.org. Please include “mpowered Development Manager” in the subject line. We look forward to hearing from you! mpowered is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Candidates of all backgrounds are encouraged to apply. Compensation: $42K-47K starting base salary plus benefits

Manager of Volunteer Programs & Special Events

Job Type:
Volunteer Coordinator
Agency:
The Action Center
Job posted on:
27 Jun 2017
Job starts on:
31 Jul 2017
Contact Name:
jobs@theactioncenterco.org
Email:
Phone:
3032377704
Fax:
 
Address:
8755 W 14th Ave, Lakewood, Colorado 80215
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
•Two years staff or volunteer managerial experience, preferably in a non-profit volunteer environment •Excellent organizational skills with strong attention to detail •Ability to work independently, exercise judgement and make decisions in a fast paced environment •Must be comfortable working with multiple, concurrent projects and deadlines •Ability to train individuals from all ages and walks of life on processes they are not familiar with •Exceptional communication skills and comfort with public speaking to diverse groups; must routinely communicate using tact, courtesy and judgment •Demonstrated ability to engage volunteers in the mission of an organization and foster donor development •Ability to function as a cooperative and effective team player •Basic computer skills including, MS Office, databases, email and internet •Able to lift 35 pounds
General Job Description:
Full-time, exempt; Work schedule will vary to accommodate volunteer groups and projects This position co-manages all aspects of volunteer program management for large contingent of volunteers including over 400 weekly volunteers and 4000 special event volunteers a year. Responsibilities include recruitment, interviewing, selection, scheduling, training, performance feedback, promotions and terminations. Also manages special volunteer programs such as community service, Service Employment Redevelopment (SER), Employment First and AmeriCorps. Responsible for leading, planning, directing, and organizing volunteer program special events such as School Supply , Thanksgiving and Santa Shop distributions and Beautiful Junk sales. Supports the growth and retention of our diverse and vibrant volunteer team. •Provide leadership, planning, direction, and supervision of all volunteer programs and volunteers •Effectively supervise and engage individuals from across a wide spectrum of ages, experience, skill levels and capacities, including volunteers, donors, staff and program participants •Effectively manage, develop, coach and evaluate the performance of volunteers to ensure the effectiveness of events and services. Foster an effective and caring, fully engaged volunteer force. •Recruit, interview, schedule and train all volunteers to ensure coverage of all agency and program areas and special events •Effectively provide performance feedback, including terminations •Identify, coach and develop volunteer team leaders •Lead in the development and execution of special events, develop new volunteer roles, monitor and incorporate best practices, and contribute forward thinking solutions •Manage special volunteer programs including community service, Service Employment Redevelopment (SER),Employment First, Adults with Disabilities, etc •Further develop and implement processes (people and product), volunteer trainings and appreciation events •Contribute to the development of strategic goals and objectives through participation on the agency leadership team •Develop goals and objectives to achieve successful volunteer program outcomes in line with the strategic plan •Ensure volunteers are trained on safety and risk management procedures for whatever location they are assigned to work; contribute to agency safety and risk management processes, procedures and training •Create and manage the annual volunteer programs budget and regularly review department expenditures to ensure alignment with the budget •Demonstrate flexibility and adaptability in an environment of rapidly changing priorities •Update and maintain volunteer programs procedures and policies •Partner with Program Services to ensure smooth functioning of the program service areas (clothing bank, grocery, lobby areas) •Partner with In-Kind Donations to ensure efficient sorting and distribution of food, product and donations •Update, manage and maintain the volunteer management database and create reports as needed, including annual audit of volunteers and volunteer hours •Generate comprehensive e-blast communication to volunteers •Securely store and maintain all confidential and/or sensitive information as designated by the agency

Executive Director

Job Type:
Director
Agency:
Augustana Arts
Job posted on:
27 Jun 2017
Job starts on:
01 Aug 2017
Contact Name:
Pete Hellyer
Email:
Phone:
303-388-4962
Fax:
111-111-1111
 
Address:
5000 E. Alameda Avenue, Denver, Colorado 80246
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
- Experience managing a non-profit organization - Experience in music performance production - Ability to understand a non-profit financial statement - Ability to be the face of Augustana Arts in public contact situations - Fundraising/development experience - Experience with SCFD - Social media skills
General Job Description:
Job is available immediately to be filled - Job Start Date field is not accurate. The Executive Director of Augustana Arts is a full-time, non-benefited, salary position that is responsible for human resources, development, fundraising, advertising, and fiscal management of the organization. Duties include, but are not limited to, hiring and managing employees and contractors, marketing and development strategies and implementation, Board development and management, and volunteer coordination and management. The position works closely with the Production Manager, Music Directors, and Boards of Directors to continue to grow a fantastic musical arts organization that serves more than 10,000 people annually. Summary of Executive Director Job Duties: Board Development: • Coordinate with Governing and Development Boards to recruit and train new and current members with the goal of an educated and well-rounded group of individuals in both the governing board and development board • Coordinate with Board President and Secretary to schedule and run Board meetings • Be prepared for all board meetings and communicate with Board at appropriate times to provide informational updates about the wellbeing of the organization • Build and maintain a skills matrix to identify areas of need for the Boards Marketing & Advertising: • Create and implement an annual marketing strategy for concerts, season ticket sales, and fundraising events • Build and maintain a robust online presence including social media and other new media • Organize a reasonable strategy for audience development utilizing the musicians of Stratus Chamber Orchestra and Colorado Men’s/Women’s Chorales • Maintain and/or hire help to keep organizational website up-to-date and relevant for patrons Fundraising & Development: • Grow the number and quality of patrons and donors for the organization through good development practices • Collaborate with Boards, staff, and musicians to target new potential patrons and donors for the organization • Collaborate with Development Board to formulate effective fundraising activities/events • Write grants to support the multiple programs for the organization. • Grow and maintain a robust group of volunteers to assist the organization for concerts, events, and other activities Concerts: • Collaborate with Production Manager and Music Directors to plan and implement all concerts • Attend all concerts and be the face of organization to patrons • Manage front of house and necessary volunteer activities for each concert including box office, ushering, ticket taking, clean up, etc. • Manage pre-sales and season ticketing for all performances • Maintain online ticketing platform (currently Patron Manager/SalesForce) City Strings: • Work with teachers, schools, and community sites to create an accurate schedule for each class • Create and maintain a substantial list of substitute teachers. Hire substitute teachers as necessary for classes • Post open teacher positions and hire new teachers as necessary • Prepare monthly payroll for teachers and substitutes • Perform annual inventory of instruments, check out instruments to teachers/students, and schedule repairs as necessary Human Resources: • Hire and manage the Production Manager and necessary independent contractors to provide adequate assistance for the organization’s success • As organization expands, make recommendations to the Governing Board for new employee and independent contractor positions • Collaborate with the Board of Directors to hire Music Director positions for Stratus Chamber Orchestra and Colorado Men’s/Women’s Chorales if/when necessary • Hire and manage City Strings teachers and program activities. Fiscal Management: • Collaborate with Production Manager, Music Directors, and Board to develop and manage an annual budget • Maintain accounting for organization, and/or hire bookkeeper to maintain the organization’s accounting • Prepare and pay monthly payroll for employees Other duties: • Stay current on best practices for organizations such as Augustana Arts. Make recommendations to staff and Board if significant changes are necessary. • Plan staff and musician gatherings to build camaraderie across the organization. • Other duties as required Starting wage for this position is at market equivalent based on candidate’s experience. Candidates with music background, development, and executive experience are encouraged to apply. Cover letter, resume, salary requirements, and references must be sent to: Augustana Arts, Executive Director EDsearch@AugustanaArts.org No phone calls please.

Youth Communications Manager

Job Type:
Other Manager (CFO, Marketing, etc)
Agency:
Rise Above Colorado (Colorado Meth Project Inc.)
Job posted on:
23 Jun 2017
Job starts on:
01 Aug 2017
Contact Name:
Kent MacLennan
Email:
Phone:
303-464-1469
Fax:
 
Address:
11880 Upham St., Suite F, Broomfield, Colorado 80020
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Minimum Experience and Qualifications • Bachelors degree required; graduate degree in related subject preferred • At least 3-5 years of similar experience with demonstrated success in outreach and teen engagement, including direct experience leading and coordinating youth groups or programs • Expertise in all forms of social media; experience with WordPress a plus • Excellent communication and presentation skills, including strong editorial writing experience • Knowledge of and experience with Positive Youth Development approach a plus • Exceptional interpersonal skills and demonstrated ability to work with people at all levels of an organization, including agency directors, program staff, and teens • Must be able to work independently and as a collaborative team member • Periodic statewide travel expected, as is working occasional evenings and weekends. Compensation Compensation will be commensurate with experience and competitive in the industry. Benefits include options for medical, dental, vision, life and disability insurance and participation in 401k plans with employer matching. To Apply Submit a résumé and cover letter to Jonathan Judge, Director of Youth Engagement (jonathan@riseaboveco.org) by 5:00PM on Fri. July 7th.
General Job Description:
Organization Background Rise Above Colorado is a drug abuse prevention organization that measurably impacts teen perceptions and attitudes about the risks of substance misuse to help youth make empowered, healthy choices. Unlike other organizations, Rise Above Colorado proactively collaborates with teens, educators, community leaders and partners to provide scientific, credible, teen-centered, drug prevention information and facilitates a virtual space for teens to have a safe way to connect, learn, dialogue and support each other to lead a life free of drug misuse and addiction. Position Overview This position is part of the youth communications and engagement team, reporting to the Director of Youth Engagement. The team develops, implements and manages a comprehensive outreach strategy to engage teens to provide young people information, skills and resources that impact youth attitudes and ultimately reduce substance misuse and addiction. The Teen Communications Manager is responsible for understanding, reaching and engaging teens throughout Colorado. The position develops and implements a variety of direct contact, promotional and social media strategies that most effectively help teens in their own (positive) development and to “rise above” substance use. The position significantly contributes to meeting substance use prevention targets among 12- 17 year olds, with an emphasis on middle school. The position works closely with the Director of Youth Engagement in developing and maintaining the virtual dialogue “space” for teens, and also serves as the primary liaison with the Rise Above Colorado Teen Action Council (TAC). Essential Duties and Responsibilities Position Reports to: Director of Youth Engagement Youth Engagement & Communications (75%) • Designs and implements a variety of direct contact, promotional, and social media strategies to engage teens in Rise Above Colorado (RAC) • Contributes to creation, delivery, and supervision of social media content across all platforms with Director of Youth Engagement • Collaborates with Youth Partner to ensure youth voice is represented in creation and execution of all RAC program messaging using a Positive Youth Development (PYD) approach • Works with Director of Youth Engagement to create, oversee and maintain virtual dialogue with teens through IRiseAboveCO.org website and social media platforms • Coordinates the editorial process of youth-generated content for the IRiseAboveCO.org website, including the management of a cadre of contract youth authors • Serves as the primary liaison to the Teen Action Council and supports their leadership and growth in all roles, as ambassadors, advocates, educators and amplifiers • Handles logistics planning and execution of all Teen Council meetings • Collaborates with Director of Educational Engagement and Youth Partner on the development of meeting content • Enables involvement of all staff in TAC meeting presentation to support TAC roles as ambassadors, advocates, educators and amplifiers • Manages and facilitates TAC participation in private “RAC atTACk” Facebook group and Snapchat page Community Programs (10%) • Coordinates with Director of Community Partnerships and AmeriCorps members to adapt and implement best teen engagement strategies in targeted communities • Develops and provides training and/ or resources for AmeriCorps members in their work with teens • When/where appropriate, designs, coordinates and executes youth-facing events as part of overall strategy, including school-based assemblies Research and Analysis- “Know the Audience” (10%) • Researches, analyses, and adapts best practice in substance use prevention and positive youth development for teens • Researches and analyses CO teen demographics to develop target market profiles • Stays current with trends relative to teen attitudes, perceptions, and behaviors- including (but not limited to) music, social media, buying patterns, social preferences etc. • Provides data and other relevant information on teens to inform RAC programs and activities, including: public relations, media, and communications campaigns Other (5%) • Supports delivery of RAC e-newsletter with Director of Youth Engagement • Represents RAC on statewide and/or community committees, programs and boards that have a clear focus on teens and PYD • Positions RAC as statewide experts on PYD and promotes RAC PYD expertise to other youth serving organizations • Supports overall growth, development and success of RAC.

Program Officer

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
The Colorado Health Foundation
Job posted on:
23 Jun 2017
Job starts on:
01 Aug 2017
Contact Name:
Alison Yanda
Email:
Phone:
3039533671
Fax:
 
Address:
1780 Pennsylvania St, Denver, Colorado 80203
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Do you have experience working in communities, especially those facing inequity and some of the toughest challenges that prevent us from being healthy? The Philanthropy team is seeking an exceptional individual with strong program management, implementation and leadership skills to provide on-the-ground execution of TCHF’s grantmaking strategy as a Program Officer. This position interfaces internally with all departments, while also developing and maintaining strategic external partnerships with colleague foundations, nonprofits, governmental agencies, and other key decision-makers to further the Foundation’s mission to improve the health of Coloradans.
General Job Description:
The Program Officer will be working in the Healthy Communities focus area and on the Foundation’s place-based initiatives. The ideal candidate excels at communicating across constituencies, works well in ambiguity, and proactively identifies opportunities to advance the Foundation’s mission while remaining grounded in the day to day execution of tasks and responsibilities. They will have a broad understanding of the field of health, precursors to health (i.e. social determinants such as poverty, affordable housing, etc.), and health philanthropy. This position requires a deep understanding of the communities we serve, including communities of color, rural communities, and/or and neighborhoods or regions that face equity issues. A Bachelor’s Degree in either social work, public health or administration, business administration or related field is necessary. Additionally, qualified candidates need five years’ experience in the nonprofit, public, or health sectors. Program officers spend a great deal of time in the community which requires a minimum of 40% travel throughout Colorado. This is an extraordinary opportunity for an experienced professional who wants a rewarding opportunity to improve the health of Coloradans you will want to visit www.coloradohealth.org to apply. All applications require a resume and cover letter. This position closes on Wednesday, July 12th. The Colorado Health Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer and invites qualified candidates from all backgrounds to apply.

Executive Director

Job Type:
Director
Agency:
mpowered
Job posted on:
21 Jun 2017
Job starts on:
15 Sep 2017
Contact Name:
Rick Zwetsch
Email:
Phone:
303.246.3733
Fax:
n/a
 
Address:
2009 Wadsworth Blvd #100, Lakewood, Colorado 80214
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
• Advanced degree preferred, preferably an MBA or MNM, with a minimum 5 years of executive nonprofit leadership experience • Knowledge of the Denver Metro community; community connections and networks • Subject matter expertise in the areas of low- to moderate-income families and / or personal finance • Transparent and high-integrity leadership; experience leading high-performing teams • Unwavering commitment to quality programs and data-driven program evaluation • Excellence in organizational management • Deep experience raising capital from various sources and across a variety of platforms • Past success working with a board of directors • Strong marketing and public relations experience • Solid, hands-on budget management skills, including budget preparation, analysis, decision-making and reporting • Strong written and verbal communication skills • Experience working effectively with conflict in ways that inspire others • Action-oriented, entrepreneurial, adaptable, and innovative approach to business planning • Ability to work effectively in collaboration with diverse groups of people • Ability to convey a vision of mpowered’s strategic future to staff, board, volunteers, partners and donors • Passion, idealism, integrity, positive attitude, mission-driven, and self-directed
General Job Description:
mpowered is a Colorado-based nonprofit focused on creating Financial Security for All, with a focus on low- to moderate-income communities. Through holistic and relational financial education and coaching, our clients make choices and take actions that align with their personal goals and values. Employees successful within mpowered culture are highly proactive, optimistic, business-minded, entrepreneurial, flexible, and collaborative. All team members – regardless of their positions – help mpowered to achieve its goal of empowering people to transform their financial futures. Learn more at www.mpoweredcolorado.org. To help us achieve our mission, mpowered seeks an executive director who is passionate, committed to and knowledgeable about the work of empowering people to transform their financial futures. This visionary, collaborative and creative leader will foster and direct mpowered toward a thriving and sustainable future. The executive director reports to the board of directors, supervises the director of programs, business development director and human resources director and is responsible for: • Organization mission and strategy • Leadership and management • Board governance • Financial performance and viability • Partnership and business development Compensation: mpowered offers a competitive total compensation package, including an annual base salary determined by skill set, experience and education, as well as comprehensive and competitive benefits Closing Date: July 28, 2017 For a complete job description and link to the online application, please visit: http://www.mpoweredcolorado.org/CCCS/media/SiteFiles/Icons/FINAL-ED-Job-Description.pdf

Program Manager

Job Type:
Other Manager (CFO, Marketing, etc)
Agency:
Davis Phinney Foundation
Job posted on:
20 Jun 2017
Job starts on:
01 Aug 2017
Contact Name:
Jackie Wood
Email:
Phone:
3037333340
Fax:
 
Address:
4730 Table Mesa Drive, J200, Boulder, Colorado 80305
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Our ideal candidate will be a proactive, self-directed and highly organized professional who possesses the following skills and attributes: • Bachelor’s degree • Minimum of 2 years’ experience working in event management • Minimum of 1 year experience supervising • Strong verbal and written communication • Proficient in Excel, Word and PowerPoint Physical Requirements Our ideal candidate in this job must be able to: • Remain in a stationary position for 50% of the time • Occasionally move about inside the office to access file cabinets, office equipment, etc. • Constantly operate a computer and other office machinery • Occasionally raise objects (equipment and boxes) weighing up to 35 lbs. from a lower to higher position or horizontally (lifting) • Occasionally use upper extremities to exert force in order to draw, haul or tug objects (pulling) in a sustained motion • Occasionally needs to push against something with steady force in order to move something Nothing in this position description restricts the Foundation’s right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this job at any time. The position description is subject to change at any time. Salary Salary range is between $42,000 - $48,000, commensurate with background and experience, plus paid vacation, sick time and health insurance benefits. The Davis Phinney Foundation is an equal opportunity employer and seeks a diverse applicant pool.
General Job Description:
Essential Functions of Role This position is accountable for all activities related to The Victory Summit educational event series Specifically • Manage event logistics: o Oversee development of event marketing materials, including program books, website content, etc. o Manage vendor agreements as necessary, including sourcing, bidding, budgeting and expense tracking o Nurture relationships with local partners throughout the planning process o Create budgets for upcoming events and reconcile budget upon completion o Navigate and evaluate event registration software • Develop robust event agendas: o Develop a deep understanding of Parkinson’s, with a specific focus on how current trends are applicable to our events o Develop a robust event agenda and coordinate experts to speak • Facilitate event wrap-up: o Develop or curate web-based educational content after the event concludes o Create an event report summarizing event highlights and learnings to be shared with partners and sponsors o Manage an attendee event follow-up email campaign • Lead program evolution: o Define metrics to measure program success, including but not limited to developing surveys, synthesizing data and compiling feedback. Collaborate with staff to integrate key learning from metrics into future programs. o Keep past event partners, speakers, volunteers and attendees engaged with one other and the Foundation. Evaluate long-term impact of The Victory Summit on communities. o Ensure that the program continues to evolve with regards to the cultural and demographic needs of the local communities in which The Victory Summit is held o Identify and research future host cities • Supervise program coordinator and interns as relevant General Responsibilities • Ability to travel and work evenings and weekends 10+ times a year for The Victory Summit site visits and events, as well as represent the Davis Phinney Foundation at Parkinson’s related events • Support and build the Foundation’s reputation as a leading resource for living well tools • Clearly communicate the importance and usability of each program at events • Assist in other activities on the behalf of the Foundation

Technology Officer

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
The LOR Foundation
Job posted on:
19 Jun 2017
Job starts on:
18 Sep 2017
Contact Name:
Mira Kline
Email:
Phone:
2025598736
Fax:
 
Address:
212 South Wallace St, #101, Bozeman, Montana 59715
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
The ideal candidate will have experience managing a variety of platforms and technological properties while ensuring that solution development efforts meet scope, quality, and grantmaking goals. S/he will have a strong orientation toward collaboration and will work effectively internally and externally across cross-functional project teams and with key partners both in industry and in communities. S/he will be proactive in identifying, developing, and delivering creative concepts to ensure the best use of technological tools that align with the vision and mission of the LOR Foundation including staying up to date on relevant cross-sector and industry insights. S/he will think about meaningful ways in which to use a variety of tools and emerging platforms to amplify the work of the LOR Foundation and serve as a resource to grantees and community partners. Finally yet critically, the Technology Officer will have a passion for preserving the natural resources of the Intermountain West and a commitment to advancing the livelihood and wellbeing of often overlooked, disenfranchised communities.
General Job Description:
Reporting to Chief Communications Officer, the Technology Officer will serve as the visionary and strategic thought leader for technical innovation at the foundation and in the communities it serves. S/he will work closely with LOR leadership, grantees, national subject matter experts and other key partners to the LOR Foundation as well with program and administrative staff across the organization to identify opportunities to increase the Foundation’s effectiveness through a variety of technology innovations and applications. The Technology Officer will craft strategies for the application of both new and existing technologies that can empower individuals and groups to address and solve local challenges more effectively and more quickly. S/he will manage all efforts to ensure the successful development and implementation of the foundation’s technology advancements, leveraging financial resources and relationships to support creative and sustainable solutions to regional problems. The Technology Officer will be based in the foundation’s Jackson, WY office and will travel regionally and nationally as needed.

Media Officer - Jackson, WY

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
The LOR Foundation
Job posted on:
19 Jun 2017
Job starts on:
18 Sep 2017
Contact Name:
Mira Kline
Email:
Phone:
2025598736
Fax:
 
Address:
212 South Wallace St, #101, Bozeman, Montana 59715
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
The ideal candidate will have deep knowledge of, and experience with, storytelling, social media, public relations and corporate communications. S/he will know how to leverage and nurture relationships and cover content related to community-driven solutions and technology-focused audiences. S/he will have exceptional communication skills including the ability to craft and disseminate compelling stories, both narratively and visually. S/he will be proactive in identifying platforms that can best amplify the foundation’s message and engage relevant audiences. Finally yet critically, the Media Officer will have a passion for preserving the natural resources of the Intermountain West and a commitment to advancing the livelihood and wellbeing of often overlooked, disenfranchised communities.
General Job Description:
Reporting to the Chief Communications Officer, the Media Officer will be an expert storyteller, will be skilled in creative design, and will have a breadth of experience in drafting, editing, and deploying internal and external communication materials. S/he will work closely with grantees, subject matter experts and other key partners to the LOR Foundation as well with program and administrative staff across the organization to amplify the work of local communities in accordance with the foundation’s mission. The Media Officer will be adept at crafting and executing a media and communications strategy. S/he will work with foundation leadership and community partners to write and distribute press releases, place impactful community stories in relevant outlets, and arrange media events. The Media Officer will build relationships with local and national audiences and will have the ability craft grants that support the foundation’s communications and programmatic goals. The Media Officer will be based in the foundation’s Jackson, WY office and will travel regionally and nationally as needed. APPLICATIONS AND NOMINATIONS More information about the LOR Foundation may be found at http://lorfoundation.org/ The search is being led by Katherine Jacobs, Tamar Datan, and Mira Kline of Nonprofit Professionals Advisory Group. Due to the pace of this search, candidates are encouraged to apply as soon as possible. Applications including a cover letter describing your interest and qualifications, your resume (in Word format), salary history and where you learned of the position should be sent to: LOR-MO@nonprofitprofessionals.com In order to expedite the internal sorting and reviewing process, please type your name (Last, First) as the only contents in the subject line of your e-mail. The LOR Foundation is an equal opportunity employer and proudly values diversity. Candidates of all backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

Next Generation Partners Manager and Coordinator

Job Type:
Program Director
Agency:
Sand Creek Regional Greenway Partnership
Job posted on:
16 Jun 2017
Job starts on:
01 Aug 2017
Contact Name:
Kate Kramer
Email:
Phone:
3034683260
Fax:
 
Address:
7350 E. 29th Ave. Suite 204, Denver, Colorado 80238
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
*Resumes will be accepted until July 9, 2017* Job Requirements: Degree: College/university education desired Salary: $30,000 to $40,000, vacation and health leave and health care stipend provided Deadline for Application: July 9, 2017 Fields of Interest Other Skills Preferred: Teaching and outdoor education enthusiast. Ability to interact with the public. Strong communication and interpersonal skills. Strong interest in communications, marketing, event planning, outdoor recreation, and the environment. Proficiency in Word, PowerPoint, the donor database (Salesforce), and Wordpress. Available for work on evenings and weekends. Spanish language skills are an asset. Ability to lift 25 lbs and to be active for multi-hour volunteer and teaching events. Preferred qualified candidates will have experience in environmental education and non-profit work and will be self-directed with strong organizational skills, excellent verbal and written skills, computer skills, event planning, and database experience. Candidates should be able to multi-task, meet deadlines, be team players, handle changing priorities, be willing to work evenings and weekends, and be enthusiastic about nature and outdoor recreation. Candidate must be a US citizen. Please read about Sand Creek Regional Greenway Partnership at www.sandcreekgreenway.org . Please send a resume to the address below.
General Job Description:
Primary Responsibilities: The Next Generation Partners Manager and Volunteer/Event/Office Coordinator of the Sand Creek Regional Greenway Partnership (SCRGP) shall be responsible for Next Generation Partner programming and office management, volunteer and event coordination, and communications/outreach associated with the operation of a not-for-profit corporation 501 (c) (3). The primary purpose of the position is to assist the Executive Director to carry out the directives of the Board of Directors to fulfill the mission, goals, and objectives set forth by the SCRGP and other duties as assigned by the Executive Director. Next Generation Partners (Next Gen) Manager 75%: This person will work under the grant from the GoWild Northeast Metro Coalition to provide outdoor and environmental education to Boys & Girls Clubs in four target neighborhoods. The person will develop a holistic, comprehensive curriculum for the Next Gen Program that includes new field trips, indoors presentations, and other experiential learning opportunities that have an emphasis on getting youth into the outdoors. The person will meet with students at the Boys & Girls Clubs weekly during the school year and at multiple times during the summer. The staff will investigate new partnerships with organizations in the target neighborhoods. This person shall maintain relations with non-profit groups that have participated in the Next Generation Partners youth outreach program. Volunteer/Event/Outreach/Office Coordinator 25%: The person in the staff position will coordinate volunteer events such as the monthly Neighborhood Partners Environmental Team (NPET), corporate, and other volunteer events. The position will include organizing tours and activities along the Greenway. The person shall maintain the web site, and social media sites, coordinate design and distribution of the e- newsletters. The person in this position will perform administrative tasks such as maintaining the donor database, preparing thank you letters, filing, emailing/mailing volunteers and supporters, managing office supplies and equipment and other tasks as assigned by the Executive Director.

Communications Associate

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
The Colorado Health Foundation
Job posted on:
09 Jun 2017
Job starts on:
30 Jul 2017
Contact Name:
Alison Yanda
Email:
Phone:
3039533671
Fax:
 
Address:
1780 Pennsylvania St, Denver, Colorado 80203
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Do you enjoy the power of social media, and the ability to write or tell stories of how life is taking shape in Colorado? Are you a storyteller at heart and passionate about inspiring others through stories? Do you have experience working in communities, especially those facing inequity and some of the toughest challenges that prevent us from being healthy? Do you have talent in translating difficult information to others and helping people understand complicated issues? Do you like and understand technology, and regularly use social media and email? Have you hosted events in communities or with nonprofits? Are you a learner and hard worker who has interest in how equity, diversity and inclusiveness can influence health?
General Job Description:
If you or someone you know is identifying with any of the above, you should consider applying to join our team at the Colorado Health Foundation. We are looking for an individual to join our Communications team, who is responsible for telling the story of our organization and making meaning of the work we engage in to improve the health of Coloradans. We seek someone with a strong background in community engagement and a passion for writing, storytelling and communicating about how health or important social issues affect people. The Communications Associate supports the team and advises Foundation staff in development and implementation of strategic communications that advance the Foundation’s priorities. Are you interested in helping others understand how communities are working to improve health for those who live there? This position requires a deep understanding of the communities we serve, including communities of color and/or and neighborhoods or regions that face equity issues (experience may be professional in nature or personal). The position requires: Demonstrated experience in storytelling (through volunteering, internships or paid roles) and deep interest in developing further strong communications skills. A Bachelor’s degree in English, marketing/communications, nonprofit management, technology or a related area is required. Eagerness, proactivity, flexibility and the ability to work in a fast-paced setting. Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of the use of social media platforms (especially Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube) to advance communications efforts is also required. Advanced proficiency in Microsoft Office suite.

Development Coordinator

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
COLOR
Job posted on:
08 Jun 2017
Job starts on:
01 Aug 2017
Contact Name:
Alicia Ybarra
Email:
Phone:
3033930382
Fax:
 
Address:
PO box 40991, Denver, Colorado 80204
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
SUMMARY OF POSITION: This position is key to ensuring that COLOR maintains and grows its annual organizational budget of nearly $1M. As a member of the Development Team, the Development Coordinator helps inform key staff on prospect opportunities and helps maintain hubs of information about our supporters while coordinating activities and special events that foster positive engagement with COLORistxs. This position reports to the Data and Development Manager. QUALIFICATIONS One to two years of demonstrated experience in nonprofit and/or customer service oriented fields Professional or volunteer experience in a political, health or social justice issues setting a plus Understanding reproductive rights, health and justice issues desired Experience creating, managing and updating spreadsheets Strong writing and verbal communication skills Strong customer service skills a must Perform duties with a high level of integrity Problem-solving and critical thinking skills a must Detail-oriented with excellent organizational skills Team player with strong interpersonal skills Must be able to function effectively in an ever changing environment Ability to organize, manage, and prioritize multiple tasks simultaneously Ability to set and achieve goals Ability to work flexible hours with weekends and evenings Ability to travel locally and nationally as necessary Creative and innovative thinking a must Working knowledge of technology necessary to perform job function, including Microsoft Office, Google Docs, Email, database programs Bilingual, English/Spanish a plus
General Job Description:
RESPONSIBILITIES Institutional Funding Support prospect research of grant opportunities Maintain accurate and timely records on prospective grants Maintain accurate and timely records on active grants Prepare submission materials and coordinate calendars with team members Work with team members on prompt and adequate gift correspondence and publicity of grants Contributions Support donor relation strategies as informed by the Development Plan Help coordinate active partnership with key partners, including Community Shares of Colorado, and maintain good standing status with ongoing requirements for the partnership Help identify and pursue new partnerships with ally groups Help support leadership ladder management and ongoing assignments on cultivation strategies distributed among staff and board members Work with team members on prompt and adequate gift correspondence Work with team members on maintaining appeal language on online and offline tactics, including collateral, website content, and other online presence Provide key support to phone banking and online tactics layered onto fundraising campaigns Special Events Provide support to key staff on event planning as well as execution of annual signature events, Viva La Diva and #COGives Fiesta & Mercado, and ad hoc fundraiser and house parties: vendor relations, themed communications, registration platforms, etc. Work with team members on prompt and adequate gift correspondence All Other Fundraising Efforts Participate in ongoing learning and skill development opportunities related to but not limited to the position Serve on or attend committees/board meetings as requested Other duties as assigned.

Director Philanthropic Services

Job Type:
Director
Agency:
Community First Foundation
Job posted on:
02 Jun 2017
Job starts on:
15 Aug 2017
Contact Name:
Valerie Brown
Email:
Phone:
720-898-5900
Fax:
720-898-5901
 
Address:
5855 Wadsworth Bypass, Unit A, Arvada, Colorado 80003
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Experience/Qualifications: • Bachelor’s degree and master’s degree preferred or equivalent experience. Study of business, finance, marketing, public administration and/or non-profit management is desirable. • A minimum of 10 years of successful fundraising experience among individuals, families, nonprofits, businesses and/or corporations. • A demonstrated ability to develop and steward productive, long-term relationships with individuals, families, nonprofits, businesses and/or corporations. • Ability to market charitable products and services to nonprofits, donors and professional advisors. • Experienced with planning events and promotional activities in support of fundraising goals. • Established relationships throughout the charitable community including among nonprofits, and professional advisors. Technical Competencies: • Demonstrated major gifts fundraising success • Knowledge of fundraising software and other tools that support fundraising initiatives (i.e. Raiser’s Edge and ResearchPoint) preferred. • Working knowledge of endowments, donor-advised funds, giving circles, field of interest funds, and planned gifts. • Understanding of financial markets and investments. • Self-starter, problem-solver and results-oriented. • Writing, public speaking, interpersonal, analytical and presentation skills. • Familiarity with budgeting, marketing and project planning/management. • Team-oriented and committed to shared success. • Adherence to Title VII practices and EEOC standards.
General Job Description:
As the Community First Foundation Director of Philanthropic Services is a member of the philanthropic services team, you will be responsible for implementing and managing activities that are in support of fund development. In this dedicated role, you will work with the philanthropic services team to grow the Foundation’s asset base by identifying, cultivating, soliciting and stewarding nonprofit and individual donor prospects. Responsibilities: • Work with the Vice President of Philanthropic Services and other senior staff to implement development initiatives in concert with other Foundation strategies. • Implement the Development Work Plan, establishing priorities to achieve short- and long-term fundraising goals and objectives, in a measurable and successful way. • Participate in the annual budget process, monitoring and evaluating the use of resources to maximize return on investment. • Maintain the moves management process with the support of technology and other resources, to create a dynamic pipeline of nonprofits and donors. • Collaborate with staff, including Communications, Finance, Colorado Gives, Data Team, as well as board members and professional advisors to target prospective nonprofits, individuals, families, businesses and corporations, for appropriate fundraising strategies. • Increase revenue by marketing and promoting those Work Plan strategies and tactics developed to attract new agency endowments and donor-advised funds, while also increasing contributions to existing funds. • Promote referrals and identify, cultivate, solicit and steward a portfolio of relationships among nonprofits, professional advisors, staff and board members. • Design and implement fundraising strategies to target giving among specific groups such as women, young philanthropists, ethnic or LGBT groups, or among supporters of specific charitable causes. • Create activities and promotions to encourage planned gifts (bequests, insurance, retirement plans, charitable gift annuities and endowed funds) and to increase the number of complex gifts, such as real estate. • Utilize technology such as Raiser’s Edge to expand and strengthen the fundraising pipeline, as well as to provide reporting and analysis for staff, the executive team and board of directors. • Collaborate with Chief Financial Officer and Vice President of Philanthropic Services to create endowment proposals based on the Foundation’s investment policy, structure, process, reporting, performance and pricing. • Work with the Vice President of Philanthropic Services and the communications team to gather donor stories, develop newsletter content, to create collateral materials and to plan events for nonprofit and donor audiences. • Promote a culture of fundraising among staff, board, donors and supporters. • Serve as a spokesperson for the Foundation, when appropriate, promoting the mission, products and services and serving as an ambassador in the community. • Work in concert with the Vice President of Philanthropic Services in the planning, implementation, administration and execution of development, donor and nonprofit engagement activities. • Maintain the highest ethical standards and integrity in representing the Foundation to nonprofits, donors, and all other parts of the community. • Take advantage of opportunities for professional development and career training. • Perform other duties as assigned. To respond to this opportunity, please go to: http://ejob.bz/ATS/jb.do?reqGK=27016394 Do not contact the Foundation directly.