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Director of Development

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
Intercambio Uniting Communities
Job posted on:
26 May 2017
Job starts on:
01 Jul 2017
Contact Name:
Lee Shainis
Email:
Phone:
3039960275
Fax:
 
Address:
4735 Walnut St Suite B, Boulder, Colorado 80301
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Required Skills and Experience: • 3-5 years in: o Serving as a Development Director o Achieving revenue targets greater than $1 million o Cultivating individual donors and major gifts o Managing staff in a non-profit setting • Proven experience and knowledge of fundraising principles and techniques for securing new, major donors with a successful track record of solicitations of major and planned gifts over $20,000 • Demonstrated ability to prospect, cultivate and manage new accounts. • Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously within budget and deadlines • Ability to work independently and also with a team with a high level of energy and can-do attitude • Good organizational and administrative skills with the ability to multi-task • Foreign language skills a plus
General Job Description:
Position Summary: The DD is a dynamic ambassador of the organization who works closely with the Executive Director, Board of Directors, staff and volunteers to strategize and execute all aspects of the development and marketing functions of the organization. The DD will be an inspirational leader with the skill, vision and drive to take this successful organization to the next level in major donor cultivation, stewardship, individual giving programs, corporate investment, foundation support, earned revenue streams and events. Other department duties include: coordinating Conversation Team events to involve donors in programming, event oversight and team management, speaking engagements and leadership of volunteer fundraising groups. This individual will help move this organization from great to excellent. Key Responsibilities: • Increasing revenues related to the short and long-term growth of Intercambio • Significantly raise the level of sophistication in fundraising programs to improve the results in major donor and planned giving to increase annual fund donor base and amounts raised • Ensure that every major donor has a clear strategy and timeline for cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship • Responsible for the development and execution of the strategic plan for fundraising and the budget and forecasting process throughout the year • Manage and supervise the Development team staff • Identify and build relationships with prospective major donors, as well as maintain and expand existing relationships with existing major donors • Supervise annual event coordination and ensure corporate sponsorships for events • Attend board meetings and serve as primary staff liaison to the Development Committee, and other Board level committees as assigned by the ED • Create and execute potential capital projects and planned giving program • Provide monthly revenue forecasts, reports, and analysis • With support of the ED, provide training regarding fundraising activities to Board and staff

Director of Leadership Gifts

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
Colorado Public Radio
Job posted on:
24 May 2017
Job starts on:
15 Aug 2017
Contact Name:
Carolyn McCormick
Email:
Phone:
111-111-1111
Fax:
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Address:
7409 S. Alton Ct., Centennial, Colorado 80112
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Summary Colorado Public Radio is a state-wide community resource, providing three diverse services to an audience who seeks to be informed, enlightened and entertained. With a 24-hour in-depth news and information service, as well as 24-hour classical music service and a 24-hour new and independent music service, as well as a robust on-line presence, CPR is reaching more than 800,000 users every week. (Source: Nielsen Audio Spring/Fall 2016 and Google Analytics) This growing and dynamic organization enjoys the support of more than 50,000 active member/ donors and more than 650 individual business and organizations from across Colorado. The current annual budget for Colorado Public Radio is just over $17 million, with about $1 million coming from a portfolio of 300 donors. Looking Forward The Colorado Public Radio Board of Directors has developed a five-year strategic plan that includes: 1. Assure CPR’s long-term financial sustainability. 2. Strengthen organization capacity in a period of extensive and internal change. 3. Increase production of CPR News, music and cultural content from and about Colorado to strengthen CPR’s mission to inform, enlighten and entertain Colorado audiences. 4. Increase the broadcast and digital accessibility of CPR programming. 5. Expand facilities to support increased program production, distribution, community connection and fundraising. Responsibilities & Duties The Director of Leadership Gifts directs the major gift function for CPR, and develops the capabilities of the Leadership Giving team. Specific duties include the following: • Responsible for the growth of major donor/planned giving donors and prospects. • Responsible for developing the major donor team, including staff development, training and implementing best-practices in major donor fundraising. • Provide leadership to the major donor team to implement identification, cultivation and stewardship activities that strengthen long-term relationships with major donors including all phases of donor development and moves management; from research, to cultivation, to engagement, to solicitation, to stewardship, to renewed engagement and new solicitation. • Oversee the planned giving program (Legacy Circle program), including the growth of Legacy Circle notifications and stewardship of Legacy Circle through all appropriate means such as on-air, direct mail, email, website, phone, events and personal visits. • Oversee relationships and activities associated with foundations and grant-making organizations. This will include the cultivation of relationships with these organizations and working with the appropriate CPR departments to write grants, as well as track and report on grant progress. • Manage a small portfolio of donors, with focus on helping the President and Sr. Vice President in management of board and key portfolio relationships. • Participate in relevant meetings as requested. • All other responsibilities as may be assigned from time to time. Ideal Candidate The ideal candidate will have a strong identification with the mission and purpose of Colorado Public Radio and will bring a minimum 10 years experience in major and planned giving fundraising and a minimum 5 years experience in a senior level major and planned giving position. In addition the successful candidate will bring: • Demonstrated leadership skills, resulting in achieved organizational goals • Demonstrated organizational skills managing a variety of activities efficiently and accurately • Hands-on knowledge of donor database systems • Demonstrated verbal and written communication skills • Ability to manage high level confidential information with integrity and sensitivity • Mastery of principles and techniques of successful fundraising as they pertain to the identification, cultivation, and stewardship of major donor prospects • Knowledge of fundraising best practices and procedures • Willingness to travel around Colorado as needed • Bachelor’s degree; advanced degree preferred. Core Competencies Successful members of the CPR team have these core competencies and value working in environments where these attributes are respected: • Change/Adaptability/Flexibility Adapts to change that benefits CPR, is open to new ideas, takes on new responsibilities, handles pressure, adjusts plans to meet changing needs. • Communication Communicates well both verbally and in writing, promptly shares information and ideas with others throughout the organization as appropriate, has active listening skills, can negotiate and persuade as needed. • Results Focus/Initiative Targets and achieves results, sets challenging goals, prioritizes tasks, overcomes obstacles, accepts accountability, sets high standards and takes responsibility, provides leadership/motivation. • Collaboration Working collaboratively with others to solve problems, achieve common goals and positive results. Listens to others and values opinions. Is open with other team members and expresses disagreement constructively. Seeks opportunities to work on teams as a means to develop experience, and knowledge. How to Apply To apply, please submit a cover letter, resume and salary requirements to Carolyn McCormick of Peak HR Consulting, LLC at Carolyn.McCormick@peakhrconsulting.com. Competitive salary and benefits. All applications are to be submitted electronically. To learn more about CPR and our diverse offerings, please visit us at www.cpr.org. Colorado Public Radio is an equal opportunity employer and encourages workplace diversity.
General Job Description:
The Director of Leadership Gifts is responsible for providing leadership of the major donor/planned giving department for donor development, communication and stewardship. At Colorado Public Radio, major (aka “leadership”) gifts are recognized at $10,000+. This person is highly disciplined, organized and goal oriented with demonstrated competencies in team development, information management, project support, donor research and verbal and written communication. This position reports to the Senior Vice-President of Development.

Executive Director

Job Type:
Director
Agency:
Voices For Children CASA
Job posted on:
24 May 2017
Job starts on:
15 Jul 2017
Contact Name:
Nia Wassink
Email:
Phone:
3034407059
Fax:
 
Address:
6672 Gunpark Dr. Suite 100, Boulder, Colorado 80302
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
The successful candidate will have: ? An undergraduate degree from an accredited college or university ? Seasoned leadership skills developed through a minimum of three years of progressive management experience ? Excellent written and oral communication skills ? Ability to respond quickly when necessary, to anticipate a wide-range of professional needs, and to work in a fast-paced environment ? Extensive experience managing volunteers ? Ability to work effectively with staff, the Board of Directors, and highly-trained volunteers ? Knowledgeable regarding child abuse and neglect, drug and alcohol abuse, and minority and cultural issues ? Strong supervisory skills and a management style that embodies respect, trust, teamwork, and collaboration ? Experience in dealing with the public and a broad array of government, community and private agencies ? The ability to lead VFC CASA with compassion and practical, strategic business sense ? A proven track record for nonprofit fundraising and development; grant writing; and commitment to cultivating, developing, and sustaining donors and sponsors; the ability to generate new revenue streams ? Demonstrated budget development experience, and the ability to interpret, forecast, and monitor the financial condition of the organization While no one person may possess all of the qualifications described above, the ideal candidate will exhibit many of these professional and personal qualities, attributes, and experiences.
General Job Description:
Overview – Voices For Children CASA VFC CASA is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide highly trained volunteers to advocate for abused and neglected children in Boulder County. As one of over 950 CASA programs throughout the country, our volunteers are appointed by the local courts to ensure that all children have safe and permanent homes where they can grow and thrive. During the past 30+ years, VFC CASA and its volunteers have provided advocacy and caring support services to more than 2,000 Boulder County abused and neglected children. We have recruited more than 500 members of our community to serve as Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA). These volunteers have received more than 35 hours of child welfare and juvenile-justice related training and in-service education to support their roles as the “eyes and ears” of the court in helping determine what is in the best interests of these children during their tenure in the court system. VFC CASA has grown steadily in budget size (approximately $425,000 during the current fiscal year), and volunteer recruitment and retention, with the goal of providing as many children as possible with the support and powerful advocacy of a CASA volunteer. We were selected by Social Venture Partners of Boulder County (SVP), during a rigorous diligence process, to be one of its investees. SVP provides VFC CASA with both financial and hundreds of hours of volunteer-based support. Our organization is financially strong with a dedicated team of staff, volunteers, and members of the board of directors. General Summary We are seeking a dynamic, innovative, and compassionate Executive Director to lead VFC CASA during its next phase of growth. This individual will have the opportunity to continue the growth of our organization, and to be a critical voice in VFC CASA’s strategic planning process that is currently underway. The Executive Director will be responsible for the overall management and day-to-day operations of VFC CASA, including maintaining a well-run organization, sound financial management, strong support of our volunteers, fundraising development, and board relationships. The ideal candidate will raise the profile and brand of VFC CASA within the Boulder community and cultivate and maintain strong, collaborative relationships with community and agency partners. Additionally, the Executive Director will represent VFC CASA at local, state, and national CASA meetings. The position is classified as exempt, regular full-time at 40 hours per week and reports to the President of the Board of Directors. Principle Duties and Responsibilities Program Management and Administration ? Manage staff, including hiring, regular reviews and support, and training opportunities ? Systems integration, making sure VFC CASA is part of the communities and agencies within Boulder County serving our population ? Maintain judicial, attorney, and county relationships ? Monitor CASA caseloads and growth model ? Ensure compliance with National CASA standards ? Handle high-profile needs cases and problem solve with staff ? Ensure program’s quality assurance ? Assess and monitor organization’s risk ? Member of Best Practices Court Team, Dependency and Neglect System Reform (DANSR) Steering Committee, Truancy Improvement Project, among others ? Participate in Colorado CASA Network meetings, activities, and committees Fundraising ? Create annual development plan ? Develop and execute fundraising goals ? Develop, cultivate, and sustain relationships with major donors and sponsors ? Put on at least two fundraising events a year ? Prospect for, write, and report on grants ? Ensure compliance with funding guidelines Finance ? Prepare annual budget, and monitor budget v. actuals and report to Finance Committee and board of any issues ? Confirm and review monthly financials along with bookkeeper ? Process payments, in-kind gifts and pledges ? Confirm payroll ? Monitor account balances Board of Directors ? Prepare monthly board package and meeting agenda with President of the Board ? Communicate regularly with the Board ? Coordinate committee activities Compensation and Benefits ? Salary commensurate with experience and comparable to similarly-situated nonprofit organizations in Boulder County ? Generous paid time-off policy ? Simple IRA with employer matching NOTICE All VFC CASA applicants are required to undergo a criminal background check in compliance with the Colorado Department of Human Services prior to hire. Voices for Children CASA is an equal opportunity employer. VFC CASA policy is to afford equal employment opportunities to all persons regardless of race, creed, color, religion, gender, national, social or ethnic origin, age, physical condition, marital status, disability, veteran status, or sexual orientation. Our employees and applicants will not be subject to sexual, racial, religious, or any other form of unlawful harassment of discrimination. How to Apply: Please provide a completed application (http://www.vfccasa.org/employment), cover letter (including answering the following question: “How would your experience support our volunteers?”), resume, and three professional references (including, but not limited, to supervisors, subordinates, and professional colleagues) with relationship and contact information. All applications must be submitted to VFC CASA via email to: vfcedsearch@gmail.com no later than June 12, 2017 at 5:00 p.m. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis as submitted. Applicants who have been selected for interviews will be contacted in late June and early July.

Controller

Job Type:
Other Manager (CFO, Marketing, etc)
Agency:
Metro Caring
Job posted on:
23 May 2017
Job starts on:
19 Jun 2017
Contact Name:
Mike Porter
Email:
Phone:
303-860-7200
Fax:
303-860-7400
 
Address:
1100 East 18th Avenue, Denver, Colorado 80218
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Qualifications: • Ability to work independently and manage time effectively, while also working collaboratively with other employees in the organization • Ability to multi-task and meet deadlines as required • Ability to develop and maintain positive and mutually supportive working relationships in a culturally and generationally diverse workplace. Excellent analytical and organizational skills. • Excellent analytical and organizational skills. • Excellent written and oral communications skills. Confidence in communicating with staff at all levels. Education & Experience: • Bachelor’s degree or higher in Accounting • Non-profit experience preferred • CPA preferred • 5-7 years’ experience in financial reporting and maintenance of the general ledger • Experience with QuickBooks and Raiser’s Edge preferred To Apply: Send resume, cover letter, and salary requirements with Controller in the subject line to job@metrocaring.org no later than June 9, 2017. No phone calls please. This position offers a competitive package of salary and benefits. Metro Caring is an equal opportunity employer. The organization is dedicated to the goal of building a culturally diverse staff and we encourage applications from qualified individuals of all backgrounds.
General Job Description:
Metro Caring is on the front lines of hunger prevention, meeting people’s immediate need for food while also addressing the underlying causes of hunger. Metro Caring provides comprehensive programming through its fresh foods market, Seeds for Success job training, nutrition education classes, and other holistic programs. In August 2014, the Hunger Relief Center at Metro CareRing (Hunger Relief Center) was formed to construct, finance and own the Hunger Relief Center building. The building is used by Metro Caring as its headquarters. Position Summary: The Metro Caring Controller is responsible for maintaining and overseeing Metro Caring and the Hunger Relief Center’s financial and accounting reporting. The position plays a critical role in ensuring financial reporting for Metro Caring and the Hunger Relief Center is accurate and maintained in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles. As Metro Caring continues to grow and expand its operations, this role will be critical in refining financial accounting processes and upgrading reporting systems. Essential Duties: • Monthly preparation of financial statements for Metro Caring and Hunger Relief Center for internal reporting purposes, as well as for reporting to the Board of Trustees and Finance Committee • Monthly reconciliation of all general ledger accounts, including preparation of supporting schedules • Monthly reconciliation of QuickBooks and donor database (Raiser’s Edge) each month • Preparation of the annual budget for Metro Caring and Hunger Relief Center, in conjunction with staff • Establish and enforce financial policies, procedures, controls and reporting systems • Preparation of checks for payment of invoices, including proper budget coding and ensuring proper approval before payment • Preparation of deposit slips for bank deposits • Communicate with various program leads regarding budget status • Collaborate with HR Generalist on benefits enrollment, payroll submission and payroll set-up for new employees • Serve as liaison to Metro Caring’s Finance Committee; preparing advance reports, sharing data as requested at meetings • Prepare materials for CPA firm to conduct annual audit and annual 990 for the Metro Caring and Hunger Relief Center • Properly allocate shared expenses between programming, fundraising and administrative • Other duties as assigned, including assisting with annual insurance renewals

Business Manager

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
Rose Andom Center
Job posted on:
22 May 2017
Job starts on:
03 Jul 2017
Contact Name:
Margaret Abrams
Email:
Phone:
7203374482
Fax:
 
Address:
1330 Fox Street, PO Box 40095, Denver, Colorado 80204
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Job Duties and Responsibilities: Business Management • All payroll responsibilities; prep and enter payroll data into both payroll and accounting programs (must have prior experience with accounts payable/receivable and payroll) • All bank deposits • Accounts payable twice a month. • All grant coding and entries in accounting program. • Manage grant allocations and assistance with grant financial reports. • Budget preparation (as requested), budget entry in account program, budget adjustments. • Month-end financial reconciliation with accountants. • Preparation and management of annual agency audit. • Preparation and distribution of manual checks. • Organization and maintenance of all financial files. • Attend all financial-related meetings, as requested. • Communicate financial matters/information/concerns with Executive Director. • Manage subleases to Rose Andom Center subtenants. Agency Documents and Organizational Management • Negotiate and/or renew and maintain all agency leases and insurances. • Management of agency contracts with professional and service providers. • Update all Secretary of State Registrations and required information on an annual basis. • Update agency licenses and memberships, annually. • Provide required data for 990 tax preparation by auditors. • Maintain organized and accessible agency files for above responsibilities. Human Resource Management • Create and maintain secure personnel files for staff. • Provide new hire paperwork for staff and contract providers. • Manage health/dental insurance policy, contract, enrollments, terms, and COBRA. • Update required employment law postings for legal compliance. • Prep required data/information for 1099 and W-2 tax documents. • Monitor and manage staff time sheet documentation, maintain accessible files. • Create and maintain current agency forms and documents, as needed. General Office Management • Respond to phone calls as needed. • Communicate with City Personnel for cleaning and maintenance issues. • Coordinate with city maintenance and other vendors regarding maintenance and repair of building. • Serve as liaison between building tenants and Rose Andom Center • Order office supplies and keep supplies organized and available. • Contact person for general operational or building questions/concerns/needs. • Attend all Board of Director’s meeting and take minutes. • Maintain files relating to general agency operational activity. • Awareness of overall agency operations for problem solving and/or intervention. Job Qualifications, Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: • Bachelor’s Degree • Five years of experience in related fields - Knowledge of and experience in non-profit operations. - Bookkeeping skills and knowledge of accounting principles and practices. - Knowledge of audit requirements and audit preparation. - Knowledge and experience in personnel management, training and supervision. - Donor database experience. • Excellent Communication Skills - Written and verbal. - Computer savvy with hardware & software - Detail oriented and organized - Maintain accurate financial and personnel files. - Ability to quickly access information. • Reliable and Dependable - Must meet strictly defined time frames and deadlines. - Ability to handle demands of daily work load management. • Multi-Task Abilities - Able to manage numerous tasks efficiently and responsibly. - Solid follow through on projects. • Liaison and Supervisory Experience - Contact person for off-site accountants and auditors and vendors. • Problem Solver - Ability to provide informed, diplomatic, and thoughtful solutions to daily problems. - Provide conflict resolution. - Maintain ethical communication.
General Job Description:
Job Summary: This position is integral in the overall agency financial management through bookkeeping, grants management, payroll, deposits, annual audit and insurance compliance. This position covers human resources responsibility to keep agency in compliance with Federal and State laws, unemployment insurance, required registrations, licenses and memberships. Responsible for facility management and leased space and tenants. This position also provides general office management support.

Senior Program Officer

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
The Colorado Health Foundation
Job posted on:
19 May 2017
Job starts on:
01 Jul 2017
Contact Name:
Alison Yanda
Email:
Phone:
3039533671
Fax:
 
Address:
1780 Pennsylvania St, Denver, Colorado 80203
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
The Colorado Health Foundation is happy to announce the position of Senior Program Officer, an exciting opportunity to support the Foundation’s mission to improve the health of Coloradans. This position provides leadership and oversight for on-the-ground execution of the Foundation’s strategy. Qualified candidates will have proven expertise in establishing and nurturing relationships with strategic partners, i.e. colleague foundations, nonprofits, governmental agencies, and key decision-makers. They will have a broad and deep understanding of the field of health, precursors to health (i.e. social determinants such as poverty, affordable housing, etc.), and health philanthropy. The ideal candidate has a proven record of getting results. They have led, developed, and implemented programs successfully and are known for this success across communities. They excel at communicating across constituencies, work well in ambiguity, and proactively identify opportunities to advance the Foundation’s mission while remaining grounded in the day to day execution of tasks and responsibilities.
General Job Description:
Applicants must have at least eight (8) years of experience in health philanthropy or related fields. Furthermore, they must demonstrate extensive experience in leading and executing multiple grantmaking strategies and review cycles. Experience working in the healthcare sector is a plus, as is experience working with philanthropy or the non-profit sector. Candidates must possess a Bachelor’s degree in social work, public health, public administration, business administration or related field.

Development and Special Projects Coordinator

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
Colorado Haiti Project
Job posted on:
18 May 2017
Job starts on:
17 Jul 2017
Contact Name:
Wynn Walent
Email:
Phone:
303-938-5021
Fax:
 
Address:
908 Main Street STE 245, Louisville, Colorado 80027
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
• Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s degree a plus • 2+ years relevant experience. Experience with non-profits and/or development work preferred. • Experience with project management preferred • Excellent organizational skills • Self starter who works well with others • Competence with fundraising software or similar database platforms • Consistently brings positive energy and constructive attitude • Demonstrates strong oral and written communication skills • Manages relationships with professionalism and warmth • Ability to thrive in environment requiring flexibility • Expertise in new media a plus; enthusiasm for managing Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn accounts to maximum effect, and running online crowdfunding campaigns • Web design, graphic design, e-newsletter experience a plus • Willing / eager to travel to Haiti once in 2017
General Job Description:
The Development and Special Projects Coordinator will take a leadership role in stewarding and growing CHP’s revenue and donor base. S/he will work with the Executive Director, a volunteer resource development committee, and the organization’s Board to strengthen development and fundraising efforts, develop and implement strategies to attract new donors, and strengthen efforts to retain existing donors through exemplary, relationship-based stewardship. In addition, candidate should demonstrate experience and capacity in management of special projects, these aimed at reinforcing and expanding CHP’s strategic goals, local footprint, and resource development. We seek a flexible, enthusiastic, and committed individual motivated to use his or her professional skills to fuel continued progress in Haiti. Key Duties and Responsibilities: This position reports directly to the Executive Director and will be focused on reinforcing fundraising, outreach, and operational effectiveness through the following: Development and Donor Management • In close collaboration with E.D., fundraising committee, and Board, develop and implement CHP fundraising plan • Assist ED in the development of marketing strategies, website content, newsletters, etc. • Assist in the development and implementation of specific campaigns, including direct mail, online giving / crowdfunding • Process online and cash donations and maintain donor database • Prepare, analyze and share donor reports and outcomes • Ensure accuracy of record keeping • Assist with annual audit, and ensuring of compliance with IRS donor acknowledgement requirements • Meet with donors and prospective donor groups as needed • Conduct research aimed at expanding major gift campaigns and donor pool • Assist and engage in other tasks as identified by E.D. Special Projects • Organize and coordinate daily office operations and procedures in order to ensure organizational effectiveness and efficiency; this may include answering of phones, opening mail, maintaining office supplies and overall cleanliness, these activities to be done as a team • Work with the bookkeeper to maintain and organize financial records • Management of social media and other new media platforms • Supervise, motivate and mentor a team of interns • Local outreach aimed at community engagement and increased awareness o Create local events and engagement opportunities aimed at targeting and engaging young professionals • Work with E.D. to identify and engage with local entities that present potential opportunities for engagement with CHP’s Haiti programs (i.e. education, clean water, agriculture, women’s empowerment) • Interest in non-traditional and out of the box thinking aimed at creating revenue streams and awareness in non-conventional ways • Assist and engage in other tasks as identified by E.D.

Adams Family & Consumer Sciences Extension Agent

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
Colorado State University Extension
Job posted on:
15 May 2017
Job starts on:
06 Jun 2017
Contact Name:
JoAnn Powell
Email:
Phone:
970-491-2806
Fax:
 
Address:
4040 Campus Delivery, Fort Collins, Colorado 80523
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Please see the general job description for complete information.
General Job Description:
Job Vacancy #12-17 Extension Agent Family & Consumer Sciences Adams County, Brighton, CO We are committed to increasing the diversity of our staff and providing culturally responsive programs and services. Therefore, we encourage responses from people of all backgrounds and abilities. We invite you to review Colorado State University’s Principles of Community (http://bit.ly/2loxmvE) that guide our mission and vision of access, teaching, service and engagement. Adams County offers the best of suburban and rural life – vibrant cities, quiet towns, and miles of recreation. Located in the Denver metro area, Adams is the state’s 5th largest county serving a population of more than 450,000 residents. Adams County is a fast growing county, and home to the cities of Arvada, Aurora, Brighton, Commerce City, Federal Heights, Northglenn, Thornton, Westminster, the town of Bennett and unincorporated communities of Henderson, Strasburg, and Watkins. The geographical area of the county is 18 miles by 72 miles. The eastern half of the county is agricultural; primarily cattle and dry land wheat production. The majority of the county’s population lives in the western half of the county. The urban rural interface is home to numerous 2 to 40 acre parcels and small farms. The county seat is Brighton and the Extension office is located in Henderson on the Adams County Fairgrounds campus. In addition to this position, the Adams County Extension office team includes: a county director/agriculture agent; four agents (4-H youth development, 4-H school enrichment and after school, horticulture, and family and consumer science); a small acreage coordinator; a horticulture technician/Master Gardener coordinator, and two administrative support staff. To learn more, visit the Adams County website at: www.co.adams.co.us, the Adams County Extension site at: www.adamscountyextension.org , or Colorado State University Extension at: extension.colostate.edu. APPLICATION PROCESS AND DEADLINE: All materials must be RECEIVED no later than11:59 PM Mountain Time on Tuesday June 20, 2017. Please submit the following to https://jobs.colostate.edu to apply: • Resume • Cover letter • Transcripts of college(s) course work showing degrees conferred. Please remove all references to birth date or social security number prior to submission. Only one document upload is allowed, no larger than 9 megabytes. Please convert all transcript pages into one PDF File to upload. • Special Required Documentation: o Statement (no more than 5 pages) of how you meet all the “Required” and “Preferred” criteria listed in the Vacancy Announcement. Please respond to each bullet point separately. Only one document upload is allowed, no larger than 9 megabytes. Please convert your Statement pages into one PDF file. For questions regarding the application process, contact https://jobs.colostate.edu/help. For questions regarding the job vacancy and responsibilities, please contact JoAnn Powell at (970) 491-7887 or joann.powell@colostate.edu. PURPOSE OF POSITION: This individual will provide leadership for the overall Extension family and consumer sciences program in Adams County and also provide support for regional and state programming efforts. This individual will be responsible for partnering with and working through a variety of county and community partners to assess needs, plan, coordinate, deliver and evaluate programming that meet local needs in human, family, and community development; family financial stability; food safety and preservation; nutrition, health, and wellness as they relate to individuals, families and communities. Program Planning, Development, Delivery, Evaluation and Reporting: (70%) • Provide leadership for an actively engaged family and consumer science program in Adams County. Seek out and develop local relationships, identify priority programming opportunities and develop, deliver, facilitate, evaluate and report outcomes to stakeholders. • Develop, market, deliver and evaluate non-credit educational family and consumer sciences programming in response to locally identified needs in Adams County. • Actively engage in community by developing relationships, facilitating programming, guiding conversations, promoting teamwork, and integrating university resources as appropriate to assist the community in addressing needs and interests. Maintain flexibility to address changing needs. • Actively participate on Extension program and reporting teams to help focus, develop and implement local, regional and statewide program efforts. • Collaborate with other Adams County and Extension staff to incorporate family and consumer science, community engagement and other expertise into community program efforts. • Effectively communicate program direction, engagement and program outcomes to diverse county stakeholders. Develop means to ensure that programming compliments and supports the county’s strategic plan. • Participate in professional development opportunities as appropriate or required by the position. • Assure compliance with civil rights and affirmative action policies including reaching out to underserved and underrepresented audiences. *Note: % of job assigned to this duty may be changed as the program develops. Initiate and Develop Relationships and Partnerships: (30%) • Participate in, convene and/or facilitate focus groups, coalitions, advisory groups and diverse community groups to build community capacity and interdisciplinary programming. • Work with advisory committees, community leaders, area agencies and non-profits to continually assess conditions and develop effective plans of work providing measureable program outcomes. • Develop strong working relationships and coordinate resources, programming and research with other Colorado State University and Extension personnel/staff, community leaders, Adams County government, agencies, and institutions to enhance program development, delivery, and evaluation and reporting. • Develop and partner in opportunities to generate external funding sources (grants, contracts, gifts, sponsorship’s, user fees, etc.) to help support programming efforts. *Note: % of job assigned to this duty may be changed as the program develops. SALARY: Starting salary for this position will be in the range of $43,500 – $60,000 and will be commensurate with education and experience. EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE REQUIRED: • Completed master’s degree. Degree must be completed before beginning the position. • Minimum of one degree conferred in family and consumer science, human development, social work, community health, family financial management, food science and nutrition, public health, food safety, adult or Extension education, community development and engagement, leadership, workforce development, or a closely related field. • Demonstrated commitment to and success in working with diverse audiences; this may include but is not limited to persistent effort, intentional programming, community engagement, allocation of resources and/or accountability for diversity outcomes. • Evidence of drive, initiative and leadership skills. • Experience in audience needs identification, program development, delivery, and evaluation of results. • Demonstrated use of facilitation skills in public settings, experience working in community engagement and/or community capacity building. • Demonstrated experience working with people as individuals and in groups; ability to forge equitable and successful partnerships with other professionals and organizations that produce results. • Must have a valid driver’s license or the ability to obtain a driver’s license or access to a licensed driver by the employment start date. EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE PREFERRED: • Ability to speak, write, and deliver programming in both English and Spanish. • Knowledge of and experience with conflict management. • Experience working with advisory committees, community coalitions and/or focus groups. • Experience marketing and/or delivering educational programming using online, mass media and/or social media methods. • Successful experience in developing financial support for educational programs including grant writing, contracting, or cost recovery efforts. BENEFITS: Based on full-time employment. Twenty-four working days vacation each year, 15 days sick leave. Enrollment in group health, life and accident insurance, various retirement plans, work injury benefits, and disability insurance are all available. Available personal transportation required, travel allowance provided. A full description of benefits is available at: http://www.hrs.colostate.edu/benefits/. Colorado State University does not discriminate on the basis of race, age, creed, color, religion, national origin or ancestry, sex, gender, disability, veteran status, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or pregnancy. Colorado State University is an equal opportunity/equal access/affirmative action employer fully committed to achieving a diverse workforce and complies with all Federal and Colorado State laws, regulations, and executive orders regarding non-discrimination and affirmative action. The Office of Equal Opportunity is located in 101 Student Services. Colorado State University Extension operates in compliance with the same laws and executive orders as the University as administered by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. As a part of the USDA regulations, the Extension Equal Employment Opportunity representative may be contacted at 1311 South College Avenue, Room 102, Colorado State University. BACKGROUND CHECK: Colorado State University is committed to providing a safe and productive learning and living community. To achieve that goal, we conduct background investigations for all final candidates being considered for employment. Background checks may include, but are not limited to, criminal history, national sex offender search and motor vehicle history. Application process and additional information may be obtained at: https://jobs.Colostate.edu/postings/45053. #12-17 Deadline 11:59 P.M. Mountain Time 6/20/17

Development Manager

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
The Action Center
Job posted on:
14 May 2017
Job starts on:
30 May 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:
Actively interviewing - please apply as soon as possible to be considered, but no later than May 28, 2017. Full-time; exempt. Flexibility to work evenings and weekends is required. 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. •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

Communications Coordinator

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
The Action Center
Job posted on:
14 May 2017
Job starts on:
30 May 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 immediately if interested, but no later than May 28, 2017 •Bachelor’s Degree in communications, journalism or related field; or equivalent, relevant work experience •Minimum two years’ work experience in communications/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 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 •Non- profit experience preferred
General Job Description:
This full-time exempt position 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. •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

Benefits Navigator

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
Bayaud Enterprises
Job posted on:
12 May 2017
Job starts on:
12 Jun 2017
Contact Name:
Lauren Patti
Email:
Phone:
3038306885
Fax:
7202666987
 
Address:
333 W. Bayaud Ave, Denver, Colorado 80223
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Specific Responsibilities • Manage an ongoing caseload including adults and children with disabilities • Request medical, physiological, school, work records once proper releases are obtained (HIPPA compliance). • Identify proper forms and obtain signatures on all the required forms and documentation. • Maintain regular contact with the claimants to assure customer satisfaction and to obtain updated medical and vocational information, including scheduling of medical/psychiatric exams, when no other records are available. • Maintain regular contact with Medical providers as well as DDS and SSA as needed. • Assist SSA in making sure claimants are aware of and attend Consultative Exams. • Provide referral to appropriate legal counsel for reconsideration applications. • Provide weekly reporting statistics to program supervisor. • Document all data and reporting requirements regarding consumer in the tracking database. • Be connected with allies, service agencies and critical decision makers within the systems and make appropriate and accurate referrals to partners as appropriate. Required Skills • Proper telephone etiquette including customer relation techniques. • Understanding modern office methods and practices and be efficient with computers. • Proper usage of English language including grammar, spelling and vocabulary. • Strong interpersonal skills, including the ability to establish working relationships with federal, state and county agencies as well as the general public. • Ability to recognize and maintain confidentiality of all materials in the work setting. This position will handle personal health information and will require compliance with HIPPA standards. • Knowledge and understanding of SSA’s laws/regulations and medical, mental and vocational criteria’s. • Knowledge and understanding of the relationship between SSI/SSDI and Medicaid/Medicare. • Ability to maintain a record keeping and follow-up system. • All other duties or special projects as assigned Position Requirements: • 2 years experience working in human services field • Experience in SSI/SSDI resource acquisition • Bachelor's degree (B. A.) from four-year college or university; or two years education plus four years related experience as outlined above • A commitment to agency mission and goals • Excellent program management skills, including strong administrative, computer and database skills • Ability to encourage, support and acknowledge consumers • Ability to communicate effectively with consumers and staff • Able to manage projects independently and to report outcomes effectively • Experience working with individuals with disabilities and mental illness preferred • Ability to collect data and statistics and measure project outcomes • Ability to travel to multiple job partner agencies throughout the community • Experience with SOAR application method and CBMS strongly preferred To Apply: Submit cover letter and qualifications via email to Lauren.Patti@Bayaudenterprises.org, by mail, or in person at 333 W. Bayaud Ave., Denver CO 80223. You must have Benefits Navigator in the email subject line. We are encouraging people of color, military veterans, and people with disabilities to apply for this position.
General Job Description:
Date Posted: 05/12/2017 Deadline: open until filled Position Type: Non-Exempt Hours Required: 40.0 hours Position Compensation: $40,000 + benefits About Bayaud Enterprises: Bayaud Enterprises is a community-based nonprofit organization, providing vocational rehabilitation and employment services to individuals with mental, emotional, physical and economic challenges. In addition, we provide valuable training for employers as well as viable, competitive business services to our community. Position Description: The goal of the benefits navigator is to provide Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) outreach, representation, and advocacy work for disadvantaged populations. This includes screening for SSI/SSDI eligibility, developing claims, providing medical and mental health assessment referrals, and assisting with SSI/SSDI applications. Responsibilities: Overall Responsibility A benefits navigator will work closely with claimants, Social Security Administration (SSA), and Disability Determination Services (DDS). This position will act as a claim developer and is responsible for obtaining all relevant medical and vocational evidence. He/she maintains contact with claimants throughout the application process to ensure customer satisfaction and to gather additional information pertaining to their case. This position will report directly to the Program Supervisor.

Program Supervisor

Job Type:
Other Manager (CFO, Marketing, etc)
Agency:
Bayaud Enterprises
Job posted on:
12 May 2017
Job starts on:
12 Jun 2017
Contact Name:
Lauren Patti
Email:
Phone:
(303) 830-6885
Fax:
(720) 266-6987
 
Address:
333 W. Bayaud Ave, Denver, Colorado 80223
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Essential Duties and Responsibilities: • Provide leadership and support for all staff reporting to position • Monitor operations of the program and supervise staff • Empower staff to effectively provide customer service while maintaining oversight • Maintain relations and assure government customer satisfaction. Attend all program related meetings and workgroups. • Assess needs of target populations served, through ongoing program evaluation and efficacy of service delivery model • Monitor and report on client satisfaction and outcomes. Monitor monthly financials and grant tracking statistics. Proper use and knowledge of CBMS and Bayaud database is essential • Network and participate in disability and SOAR related advocacy and ongoing education • Assure that reports are submitted timely to various regulators • Maintain awareness of resources, emerging issues, and public policy impacting our targeted populations, and our sector • Carrying a light caseload of SSI/SSDI claimants may be required. Knowledge of SOAR application method, Social Security guidelines and regulations, and Disability Determination Services’ determination process is essential • Other duties as assigned Position Requirements: • 4 years experience working in human services field • Experience in resource acquisition and familiarity with SOAR application model • Bachelor's degree in human services, social work, or related field from 4 year college or university is the minimum education requirement • A commitment to agency mission and goals • Demonstrated personnel and program management skills • Ability to communicate effectively with participants, staff, and management • Able to manage projects independently and to report outcomes effectively • Experience working with individuals with disabilities and mental illness preferred • Ability to collect data and statistics and meeet project outcomes • Ability to travel to multiple job partner agencies throughout the community • CBMS and working experience with the TANF population strongly preferred
General Job Description:
About Bayaud Enterprises: Bayaud Enterprises is a community-based nonprofit organization, providing vocational rehabilitation and employment services to individuals with mental, emotional, physical and economic challenges. In addition, we provide valuable training for employers as well as viable, competitive business services to our community. Position Description: The goal of the program is to provide Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) outreach, representation, and advocacy work for disadvantaged populations. This includes screening for SSI/SSDI eligibility, developing claims, providing medical and mental health assessment referrals, and assisting with SSI/SSDI applications. Expected program start date is June 2017. This position is responsible for the oversight and management of a partnership of Bayaud. It will include coordinating communication and services between the partner organizations. This will include facilitating program development, ensuring fiscal and data accuracy and compliance to grant administrator, facilitating the submission of timely reports, serving as primary liaison with grant administrator as a subcontractor, and assisting with problem-solving of program and client issues. This position will also assume a leadership role in developing meaningful partnerships with other agencies, subcontractors, and DDHS staff. This position will report directly to the Assistant Director of Navigation Services. To Apply: Submit cover letter and qualifications via email to Lauren.Patti@Bayaudenterprises.org, by mail, or in person at 333 W. Bayaud Ave., Denver CO 80223. You must have Program Supervisor in the email subject line. We are encouraging people of color, military veterans, and people with disabilities to apply for this position.

Direct Care Counselor - Overnight Weekends

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
Urban Peak Colorado Springs
Job posted on:
10 May 2017
Job starts on:
01 Jun 2017
Contact Name:
Becky Saad
Email:
Phone:
719-630-3223
Fax:
 
Address:
423 E. Cuchrras St., Colorado Springs, Colorado 80903
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
QUALIFICATIONS • A Bachelor’s degree in social work or psychology with experience working in a shelter environment is highly desired; or two (2) years of college in psychology, sociology or social work or a related field and some experience working with high-risk adolescent population; or high school diploma or equivalent and two (2) years’ experience working with high-risk, adolescent populations in a shelter, residential, or transitional housing environment • Able to connect and work effectively with a diverse, resistant street youth population • Exercise discretion and independent judgment, set clear and appropriate boundaries with youth • Knowledge and understanding issues of the homeless adolescent population, mental health issues, and substance abuse among high-risk young adults • Provide services that are trauma informed, appropriate, and effective • Problem solving skills (multi-tasking, assessment, organization and prioritization) • Team oriented and able to coordinate with various departments and staff • Understanding of the provision of and commitment to trauma informed care • Must be QMAP certified or eligible for QMAP certification • Must be insurable as a driver on Urban Peak’s auto liability policy to transport youth using an Urban Peak vehicle or 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 Shelter Supervisor, the Direct Care Counselor will be responsible for providing direct supervision of youth at Urban Peak Colorado Springs shelter. This includes assisting youth in increasing self-efficacy and reducing risky behavior, ensuring client safety, providing delivery of appropriate and effective program services and maintaining a safe and positive environment. Duties include supervision of youth in accordance with facility rules and regulations, crisis intervention, facilities maintenance, group facilitation, promotion of a therapeutic environment, accurate, timely and consistent data collection, and data entry. 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. 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.

President

Job Type:
Other Manager (CFO, Marketing, etc)
Agency:
CareerWise Colorado
Job posted on:
08 May 2017
Job starts on:
31 May 2017
Contact Name:
Lauren Master
Email:
Phone:
3033614964
Fax:
 
Address:
7501 E Lowry Blvd, Denver, Colorado 80230
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Knowledge, Skill & Ability Exemplifies CareerWise’s mission and values. Able to build credibility and establish trust with key corporate, educational and community partners and within all levels of the organization. Demonstrates exceptional leadership ability Casts a vision of a positive future, leading with passion and conviction. Creates followership; inspires others to excel; mobilizes individual commitment to objectives Leverages internal and external relationships to create value Builds and nurtures an organizational culture that is aligned with mission, vision and values Demonstrates empathy, respect and concern for others Communicates a compelling message and creates energy and enthusiasm for CareerWise’s vision of success. · Able to assess, analyze and integrate information from corporate, educational and community partners, and markets trend data to drive strategic and tactical decisions. Demonstrates excellent judgment and the ability to make clear, rational and timely decisions in the best interest of CareerWise consistent with available facts and applicable laws and regulations. Excellent verbal, written, presentation and public speaking skills with extensive experience as company spokesperson. Demonstrates strong leadership, influencing and execution skills. Demonstrates flexibility, innovation and ability to perform in a rapidly changing, fast-paced environment. Ability to negotiate solutions while acknowledging competing priorities. Education or Formal Training Bachelor’s degree in business, finance or related field. Graduate degree preferred. Experience Ten years of operational/management experience at the executive level strongly desired. Proven experience in a consulting capacity for implementing new programs which involves integration from diverse industries strongly desired.
General Job Description:
CareerWise is looking for a mission-focused, innovative, experienced leader to act as the organization’s President. The President will work closely with the founder of CareerWise, who serves as the Executive Chair of the Board of Directors and will report to the Board of Directors. This individual will be a strong strategic thinker and together with the Executive Chair and the Board, will continue to develop the organization’s strategic planning and growth. The President is charged with overseeing all key aspects of CareerWise, including the competency and curriculum development, the relationships with key educational partners, the identification and placement of apprentices, the oversight and evaluation of the program, and the fundraising and financial stability of the organization. The President will be responsible for leading the day to day operations of CareerWise, including supporting, continuing to develop and ensuring a high functioning team to devise, implement, communicate and sustain the organization’s plans. The President will, together with the Executive Chair, and assisted as appropriate by the Board, cultivate external relationships with key partners and funders and represent CareerWise and its mission on the national stage. The President will have the poise and gravitas to present thoughtfully and effectively at high level conferences, in meetings with senior political leaders and with C-suite executives from the largest companies and philanthropic organizations. The President will provide internal leadership and management, ranging from financial oversight (performance management, reporting), and human capital (recruiting, mentoring, career progression), administration (information technology, policy development, facilities) and guidance to the CareerWise team to deliver measurable, effective results to make the vision a reality. Responsibilities Strategy, Vision and Leadership Working in partnership with CareerWise leadership and the Board of Directors, maintain and update annually the long range strategic plan and implement new processes and approaches including a clear path to scaling up the size of the program • Refine and implement the CareerWise annual strategic and programmatic goals, and translate strategies into actionable and quantitative plans and programs • Ensure effective tracking and reporting on the progress of the strategic plan on a quarterly basis to the Board of Directors • Maintain continuous lines of communication with the Executive Chair and the Board of Directors • Maintain in words and in practice the core values of the organization. • Maintain proper board norms, procedures and on-boarding procedures for the Board of Directors. External Relationship Development: • In partnership with the Executive Chair, cultivate existing and develop new relationships with key industry and government partners and philanthropic organizations to secure program engagement, ensuring growth in apprenticeship placements to meet the program goals and expand revenue streams necessary to support the program • Cultivate and support high quality and reliable educational partners for the program • In coordination with the Executive Chair, publicly represent CareerWise with the media and constituency groups in the community to build understanding, engagement, participation and momentum for the CareerWise mission • Work closely with governmental officials and political leaders to gain consensus and support for additional funding and/or regulatory or legislative support as needed • In Coordination with the Executive Chair, represent CareerWise and its mission at conferences, professional associations, and other public venues • Coordinate and work closely with the Governor’s Business Experiential Learning Commission Co-Chairs in implementing the statewide Youth Apprenticeship System in Colorado Team Development/Leadership • Work with the Board and CareerWise leadership team to hire, structure and incentivize teams to deliver outstanding results • Ensure team priorities & work plans reflect organizational strategic priorities • Provide effective and inspiring leadership by being actively involved in all programs and services, developing a broad and deep knowledge of all programs • Mentor and develop staff using a supportive and collaborative approach: assign accountabilities; establish priorities; monitor and evaluate results; contribute to reviews; discuss career progression • Promote a culture of high performance and continuous improvement that values learning and a commitment to quality Operations • Lead the team in developing and executing the annual budget process • With CareerWise leadership ensure an appropriate system of HR policies, controls, & procedures • Ensure that the team continues to focus on identifying best practices and improving internal information technology, HR and accounting systems with an eye toward future needs • Ensure that the team has the necessary experience for receiving and managing federal grants • Over time as the organization grows, identify and secure cost effective options for office space

Communications Coordinator

Job Type:
Other Manager (CFO, Marketing, etc)
Agency:
SafeHouse Denver, Inc.
Job posted on:
08 May 2017
Job starts on:
19 Jun 2017
Contact Name:
Shannon Boltz
Email:
Phone:
303-302-6126
Fax:
303-318-9979
 
Address:
1649 Downing St, Denver, Colorado 80218
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Minimum Qualifications/Requirements: Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of one to two years experience in communications, public relations or journalism required. A communications or journalism-related internship may be considered as part of the experience requirement. Experience working with a non-profit Development Department desirable. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Strong editing and proofreading skills. Outstanding computer skills. Experience and skill in using Microsoft Office, including Publisher, Constant Contact or other email marketing service, and experience with a web-based content management system, highly desirable. Experience using Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and other social media platforms in a professional setting highly desirable. Working knowledge of graphic design best practices for both print and web. Self-motivated, team player with the ability to work with very minimal supervision to meet deadlines, while remaining flexible and adjusting to changing priorities. The ability to work collaboratively with all SafeHouse Denver constituents and the general public. The ability to organize/prioritize work to meet established communication goals.
General Job Description:
Position Summary: Under the general oversight of the Director of Annual Giving & Events, the Communications Coordinator is responsible for producing all communications pieces, maintaining the SafeHouse Denver website and managing the agency’s social media accounts. Please see full job description and details to apply: http://safehouse-denver.org/images/communications%20coordinator%20may%202017.pdf

Executive Assistant

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
The Colorado Health Foundation
Job posted on:
05 May 2017
Job starts on:
01 Jul 2017
Contact Name:
Alison Yanda
Email:
Phone:
3039533671
Fax:
 
Address:
1780 Pennsylvania St, Denver, Colorado 80203
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Qualified candidates have expertise in providing high level administrative support to executive staff. They enjoy the challenge of maintaining multiple schedules, coordinating complex meeting requests, handling multiple high-priority tasks and they have the proven ability to do these things with accuracy and efficiency. Candidate must have experience with coordinating and planning Board meetings. Additionally, candidates must work well in ambiguity and stay grounded through the constant fluctuation of essential duties. Applicants must have a high school diploma and at least three (3) years’ of experience providing executive-level administrative support in a busy professional office setting. Furthermore, they must have advanced proficiency in the Microsoft Office Suite. Experience working in a non-profit sector is a plus.
General Job Description:
The Colorado Health Foundation is pleased to announce the position Executive Assistant. This exciting opportunity provides support to the Vice President of Philanthropy and the Philanthropy Leadership Team. The main responsibilities includes maintaining multiple schedules, planning and scheduling a high volume of meetings and handling official and confidential correspondence. This position is responsible for a great deal of public contact, reaching across various constituencies including board members, grantees, and other partners.

Vice President of Strategic Initiatives

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
Denver Public Schools Foundation
Job posted on:
04 May 2017
Job starts on:
15 Jul 2017
Contact Name:
Kim Martinez
Email:
Phone:
7204233553
Fax:
 
Address:
1860 Lincoln St. 9th Fl., Denver, Colorado 80203
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Please see full job description and details on how to apply at https://dpsfoundation.org/who-we-are/careers/
General Job Description:
OVERVIEW Denver Public Schools Foundation (DPS Foundation) generates resources, builds relationships and champions Denver Public Schools (DPS) and public education to impact system-wide achievement in support of DPS’ bold and ambitious goal to ensure Every Child Succeeds. Building on our strong history and close alignment with DPS, DPS Foundation is aggressively accelerating our role in service to DPS and the more than 90,000 students served. DPS Foundation facilitates support from individuals, corporations and foundations to advance the five priority goals of the Denver Plan 2020. In partnership with the Superintendent, DPS leadership and the broader community, DPS Foundation is guided by our own strategic plan aligned to DPS. For more information, please visit www.dpsfoundation.org. JOB SUMMARY The Vice President of Strategic Initiatives is a new position, reporting directly to the President/CEO. This exciting opportunity is intended to strengthen DPS Foundation’s position as a strategic funding partner to Denver Public Schools. The Vice President of Strategic Initiatives will work closely between DPS and DPS Foundation to identify and cultivate funding initiatives aligned to the highest priorities of each organization. As a key member of Denver Public Schools Foundation’s executive team, this individual will actively participate in strategic decision-making. The Vice President of Strategic Initiatives will design and execute comprehensive development programs to support the long-term vision and annual fundraising goals of DPS Foundation. This skilled and visionary leader must be highly adept in fund development and have a proven track record of balancing a holistic fundraising strategy with tactical execution. This leader must develop new and creative funding initiatives while building on DPS Foundation’s past success. He/she thrives as an energetic, positive and organized multi-tasker who is able to strategically manage and lead a development team as well as manage a myriad of initiatives in a fast-paced and collaborative environment.

Driver/Dock Coordinator

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
The Action Center
Job posted on:
03 May 2017
Job starts on:
05 Jun 2017
Contact Name:
jobs@theactioncenterco.org
Email:
Phone:
3032377704
Fax:
 
Address:
8755 W 14th Ave, Lakewood, Colorado 80215
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES & REQUIREMENTS • Two years driving experience required hauling goods in a van, box truck or larger; three years preferred • Copy of current motor vehicle record required ? No more than 2 moving violations and/or accidents (or a combination of the two) within the past three years. ? No major violations during the past 5 years. Violations include (but are not limited to): ? Driving while intoxicated or under the influence (DWI/DUI/OWI/OUI) ? Leaving the scene of an accident (hit and run) ? Careless or reckless driving ? Manslaughter/homicide or assault through use of a motor vehicle ? Drivers who currently have a suspended, expired or revoked License ? Fleeing/eluding a police officer ? Commission of a felony •High School degree or equivalent required •Steel toed shoes required •Ability to regularly lift up to 50 to 75 pounds to a height of four feet •Experience using hand cart/pallet jack and forklift preferred •Ability to load and unload vehicles using safe lifting and carrying practices •Experience working with volunteers and/or with in kind donations in a non-profit environment a plus •Excellent customer service and communication skills and relate well to staff, volunteers, vendors and donors •Good organizational skills, ability to exercise initiative, work independently, manage time and work constructively within a diverse team environment •Reliability, integrity, attention to detail and ability to follow tasks through to completion •Ability to remain flexible in fast changing work environment
General Job Description:
Make deliveries and pickups as assigned, load and unload vehicles, and provide outstanding customer service as a representative of The Action Center. Support warehouse processes and assist on receiving dock as needed. Demonstrate respect and safety awareness when operating vehicles and equipment on the road, receiving dock, warehouse and other areas at all times. Assist with special drives and events as required. CLASSIFICATION Non-exempt; 40 hours/week •Make deliveries and pickups as scheduled or as needed •Load/unload deliveries safely, and in designated locations •Support warehouse processes including movement and proper storage of goods •Responsible for daily oversight and fueling of primary vehicle •Receive donations from vendors and donors, provide outstanding customer service, unload cars, provide receipts and collect donor information •May occasionally open/close the receiving dock area on Saturdays and accept deliveries/donations, and complete all assigned Saturday work duties •Assist with organization of donations in receiving dock area •Stock shelves in grocery, on receiving dock and warehouse by crating, stacking and dollying the crates to designated locations •Assist with unloading and loading large trucks, semis, and vans •Demonstrate respect and safety awareness when operating vehicles and equipment on the road, receiving dock, warehouse and other areas at all times •Maintain excellent relations with staff, volunteers, vendors and donors •Assist with activities and special events as assigned

Development Coordinator

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
Susan G. Komen Colorado
Job posted on:
28 Apr 2017
Job starts on:
01 Jun 2017
Contact Name:
Hiring Manager
Email:
Phone:
3037442088
Fax:
 
Address:
50 S. Steele St., Ste. 100, Denver, Colorado 80209
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
A bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience Minimum of two years of experience in development or sales Self-motivated, organized and flexible team player with the ability to meet deadlines and adjust to changing priorities Excellent written, oral and interpersonal communication skill Experience with database systems and Microsoft Office Goal driven, proactive and ability to work well in a team environment to achieve individual and Affiliate objectives Superior critical thinking skills Experience working with diverse populations Strong personal interest in Komen’s mission Willingness to work occasional evening or weekend hours to meet Affiliate needs Bilingual/bicultural preferred
General Job Description:
In Colorado, one woman dies every day from breast cancer. At Susan G. Komen® Colorado, we believe that all Coloradans deserve equal access to quality breast cancer care to reduce their risk of dying from this disease. That’s why 75% of the net funds we raise every year goes to meet the most critical needs of our communities. We support local non-profit health clinics, hospitals and community-based organizations to ensure all Coloradans can access mammograms to detect cancer early; follow-up diagnostic tests; and if diagnosed with breast cancer, the surgery, chemotherapy, or radiation services they need to fight the disease. And to ensure fewer women and men are at risk from the disease in the future, we continue to invest 25% of our net revenues into breakthrough research to prevent and cure breast cancer. We fundraise locally. We save lives locally. Susan G. Komen Colorado seeks a Development Coordinator who will be responsible for achieving fundraising goals by identifying, cultivating, soliciting and maintaining relationships with corporations, individuals, third-party coordinators, volunteers and event participants. The successful candidate will bring a track record combining meticulous attention to detail with an enthusiasm for meeting new people and empowering individuals to support a cause. Qualified part-time and full-time candidates will be considered, based on experience. Reports to: Director of Development Status: Non-exempt (Hourly) Essential Functions Donor Management • Steward top fundraisers for Race for the Cure and Snowshoe for the Cure to ensure fundraising goals for these events are met. • Manage and steward a portfolio of mid-level donors. Pink Tie Affair - Auction • Responsible for achieving financial goals attached to the silent auction at the Pink Tie Affair. • Solicit donations, follow up for contracts and coordinate item pickup/drop offs. • Manage the input and acknowledgement of donations. • Serve as primary staff liaison to auction committee, volunteers and the setup and execution of the auction portion of the event. 3rd Party/Rally Fundraisers • Responsible for meeting financial goals attached to 3rd Party/Rally events. • Create and execute a stewardship/cultivation plan for 3rd party fundraising events. • Identify and solicit new 3rd Party fundraisers. Workplace Giving/Matching Gift Programs/Corporate Engagement • Administer workplace giving campaigns to identify new ways to engage both individuals and companies. • Meet Race and Snowshoe corporate team goals by engaging corporate leads. • Lead corporate lunch and learns and other engagement presentations. • Administer Community Health Charities workplace giving campaigns, including: meeting registration deadlines, staffing employee fairs and tracking success of this program. Young Professionals • Implement year-long engagement opportunities for young professionals, including fundraising events. • Participate in Denver-based young professional groups. • Develop and implement young professional portion of the Pink Tie Affair and meet ticket revenue goals. Corporate/In-Kind Sponsors • Under the supervision of the Director of Development, meet corporate sponsorship goals for three major fundraising events. • Identify prospects and develop and propose strategies for the cultivation of corporations, including engagement in annual monetary or in-kind gifts, event sponsorships, and employee workplace giving. • Identify opportunities in the business community to promote awareness of Komen Colorado and to educate companies and their employees about Komen Colorado and ways to get involved. • Maintain a high quality of stewardship for active corporate prospects. Ensure that acknowledgement, event sponsorship benefits, stewardship and reporting requirements are met to sustain successful partnerships by maintaining detailed records of solicitation activities in the donor database and event matrix. • Identify and solicit in-kind contributions to offset organization costs. Other Responsibilities • Manage weekly acknowledgement letters. • Assist with recruitment and orientation of department interns. • Provide general administrative support for the Director of Communications. • Participate in Affiliate Staff meetings and team projects as scheduled. • Interact positively and effectively with all staff. • Participate in local continuing education opportunities as appropriate. • Attend national trainings and webinars as requested. • Other duties as assigned. Equal Employment Opportunities It is our intention that all qualified applicants be given equal opportunity and that selection decisions be based on job-related factors. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability, or any other status protected by law or regulation. Be aware that none of the questions are intended to imply illegal preferences or discrimination based on non-job-related information. Our compensation scale falls within the range of compensation and benefit packages offered in similarly situated local non-profit organizations. The organization uses the Salary Benefits Survey published by the Colorado Non Profit Association to determine salary ranges for equivalent positions with comparable scope of responsibility, organization revenues, and business line. To apply, send cover letter and resume with “Development Coordinator” in the subject line to: info@komencolorado.org.

Marketing and Communications Coordinator

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
Susan G. Komen Colorado
Job posted on:
28 Apr 2017
Job starts on:
01 Jun 2017
Contact Name:
Hiring Manager
Email:
Phone:
3037442088
Fax:
 
Address:
50 S. Steele St., Ste. 100, Denver, Colorado 80209
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Required Qualifications * Bachelor’s degree in marketing, public relations, communications, or related field * A minimum of two years of experience in nonprofit marketing, public relations and/or communications * Excellent written, oral and interpersonal communication skills * Outstanding organizational skills and the ability to multi-task * Ability to work in a fast-paced environment, managing multiple tasks on time and within budget * Ability to work well in a team environment to achieve individual and Affiliate objectives * Experience managing and creating content for social media platforms * Experience working with diverse populations * Strong personal interest in Komen’s mission * Qualities of integrity, creativity, accuracy, reliability, maturity and flexibility * Willingness to work occasional evening or weekend hours to meet Affiliate needs * Proactive, reliable, responsible and accurate * Team-centric mindset with a positive, professional approach * Exceptional organizational and project management skills and the ability to establish priorities and juggle multiple projects and deadlines Preferred Qualifications * Graphic design highly preferred * Bilingual Spanish/English
General Job Description:
In Colorado, one woman dies every day from breast cancer. At Susan G. Komen® Colorado, we believe that all Coloradans deserve equal access to quality breast cancer care to reduce their risk of dying from this disease. That’s why 75% of the net funds we raise every year goes to meet the most critical needs of our communities. We support local non-profit health clinics, hospitals and community-based organizations to ensure all Coloradans can access mammograms to detect cancer early; follow-up diagnostic tests; and if diagnosed with breast cancer, the surgery, chemotherapy, or radiation services they need to fight the disease. And to ensure fewer women and men are at risk from the disease in the future, we continue to invest 25% of our net revenues into breakthrough research to prevent and cure breast cancer. We fundraise locally. We save lives locally. Susan G. Komen Colorado seeks a Marketing and Communications Coordinator to be responsible for the collaborative implementation of a strategic marketing plan; keenly focused on producing deliverables that support the organization’s philanthropic and educational initiatives. This person will serve as a primary writer, content manager, and editor for a high-activity, regional nonprofit operating under the guides of a recognizable national brand. The Marketing and Communications Coordinator will also act as project manager for both digital and print projects and should demonstrate a successful track record of the skills needed to manage such projects from inception to completion. The Marketing and Communications Coordinator will also function as the front-line support for media relations at the organization, including intake of media inquiries for the Director of Marketing and Communications, proactively pitching stories, drafting press releases, media advisories and media kits, coordinating with media sponsors and helping to organize media events. Qualified part-time and full-time candidates will be considered, based on experience. Reports to: Marketing and Communications Director Status: Non-exempt (Hourly) Essential Functions Digital Communications • Production of email communication campaigns including writing and laying out of content in the organization’s email marketing platform, Blackbaud (Convio). • Collaborating with the Director of Marketing on audience segmentation and scheduling email campaigns strategically to avoid database fatigue. • Assist with the production and maintenance of digital publications and platforms, including eNewsletters, website content, and social media campaigns. • Responsible for generating compelling, strategic and brand quality content for social media platforms including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, YouTube, organization’s blog. Marketing • Assist with digital marketing efforts by analyzing metrics, making recommendations based on trends and helping to implement effective strategies. • Assist the Director of Marketing and Communications with implementation and fulfillment of media sponsorships. • Research and present new marketing opportunities for the Director of Marketing and Communication’s consideration. • Works closely with department leads and staff a project manager and support system on communications plans and tactical execution. Demonstrating a collaborative focus. • Ensures compliance with the Affiliate’s and National’s graphic standards. Media Relations • Proactively pitch stories, drafting press releases, media advisories and media kits. • Work with Director of Marketing and Communications to coordinate media sponsor deliverables and track fulfillment of sponsorship benefits. • Develops and cultivates relationships with press contacts at relevant local, regional, and national publications, news outlets, and influencers. • Produce quarterly media reports for earned media and paid advertising efforts; produce post-event media reports. • Helping organize media event logistics, as needed. • Build and manage media list. Other Responsibilities • Conduct interviews and prepare compelling stories to share constituent accounts, personalize the mission and community impact. • Collaborate with external vendors, as needed, to achieve desired outcomes. Act as project manager collaborating with digital design consultants, graphic designers, photographers, videographers, printers and mail houses. • Assist with recruitment and orientation of department interns. • Provide general administrative support for the Director of Marketing and Communications. • Participate in Affiliate Staff meetings and team projects as scheduled. • Interact positively and effectively with all staff. • Participate in local continuing education opportunities as appropriate. • Attend national trainings and webinars as requested. • Other duties as assigned. Equal Employment Opportunity It is our intention that all qualified applicants be given equal opportunity and that selection decisions be based on job-related factors. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability, or any other status protected by law or regulation. Be aware that none of the questions are intended to imply illegal preferences or discrimination based on non-job-related information. Our compensation scale falls within the range of compensation and benefit packages offered in similarly situated local non-profit organizations. The organization uses the Salary Benefits Survey published by the Colorado Non Profit Association to determine salary ranges for equivalent positions with comparable scope of responsibility, organization revenues, and business line. To apply, send cover letter, resume and three relevant writing samples to: info@komencolorado.org. Please include “Communications Coordinator” in your email subject line.

CEO

Job Type:
Director
Agency:
BRIDGE Healthcare Partners - PPRM
Job posted on:
27 Apr 2017
Job starts on:
01 Jul 2017
Contact Name:
Carolyn McCormick
Email:
Phone:
111-111-1111
Fax:
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Address:
7155 E. 38th Ave., Denver, Colorado 80207
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Affiliates of the Planned Parenthood organization have joined together to create a distinct legal entity called a Managed Service Organization (MSO), operating under the corporate name of BRIDGE Healthcare Partners. The goal of BRIDGE is provide and manage services more efficiently and effectively together than the affiliates can apart. BRIDGE is known and recognized as a smart and strategic business organization providing superior services to generate revenue and cost savings for participating affiliates to invest back into client services and personnel. BRIDGE is innovative, collaborative, flexible at navigating big issues, and an excellent example of creativity coupled with practicality to achieve mission and margin. BRIDGE was founded in 2011 by Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains and Planned Parenthood of Minnesota, North Dakota, and South Dakota with a focus on sharing resources to provide a suite of IT services including Electronic Practice Management. The Electronic Practice Management System automates a number of core functions needed by both affiliates including: • Patient appointments • Patient billing • Template development • Clinical tracking of services provided by the two affiliates. Electronic health records have been added to the scope of services provided, and additional revenue cycle management services are now incorporated into BRIDGE’s diverse offerings. Since its inception, BRIDGE has successfully expanded to provide IT support services to Planned Parenthood affiliates in Oregon, Maryland, and Montana, and other non-Planned Parenthood entities in Tennessee, Arkansas and Minnesota. BRIDGE is currently in discussions with three additional affiliates for revenue and IT services In six years of operations, BRIDGE has built an annual operating budget of $14 million and employs 55 skilled and dedicated staff members primarily in Minneapolis, Denver and Nashville. BRIDGE systems are based on NextGen software. The Board of Directors of BRIDGE now seeks a highly skilled Chief Executive Officer to direct its next chapter of growth and development. Business Goals Overall, the incoming CEO will drive activities at BRIDGE to achieve the following primary business objective: While supporting the Mission, BRIDGE will ensure regulatory healthcare mandate fulfillment through knowledge exchange, delivery of services and adherence to compliance standards for our partners, customers, and BRIDGE, thereby increasing BRIDGE business significantly and maintaining current customer base. Position Overview Reporting to the Chair of the BRIDGE Board of Directors on behalf of the full Board, the Chief Executive Officer is responsible for the design and implementation of the organizational strategy as well as leadership of professional staff in the execution of operations. The CEO has responsibility for the organization’s technology infrastructure, financial, compliance, and human resource functions. Additionally, the CEO is charged with developing positive relationships with BRIDGE clients and communicating and managing to performance expectations. As a provider of IT support in the field of healthcare, the CEO understands the unique IT requirements and needs of healthcare. The CEO balances the demands of current product lines and service delivery expectations with organizational growth, without losing focus on a strong customer service orientation. In addition to the ongoing management of the services to the existing partners, this executive designs, develops, and executes a business strategy for expanding the service options and selling them to other organizations where appropriate both within the PPFA family and eventually outside, if appropriate. The CEO assures that the activities meet business unit, function and employee needs. S/he develops and manages the service delivery model, service level agreements and issue resolution for services delivered. This includes outside agreements with third party vendors and software providers. Qualifications Strategic Leadership • Must be willing and able to support the mission of Planned Parenthood. • 10+ years of total business experience with multi-disciplinary experience across more than one functional area in either a program management or senior executive level capacity. • Proven record of accomplishment of success with measurable performance improvement programs, revenue growth, and ability to achieve cost reductions while increasing customer and employee satisfaction ratings. Healthcare Service Delivery • 5+ years’ experience with clinical operations and technology in a community health setting. Candidate will have successfully developed standards and protocols to deliver supporting business processes for IT, call centers, training and help desk functions. • 5+ years working in a Revenue Cycle Management environment. Proven understanding of working with third party payers including Medicaid and managed care organizations (MCO’s). • Experience in proactively monitoring healthcare reform and mandates as it relates to our service offerings while ensuring our organizational financials and functions are aligned. Professional Qualities • Proven ability to function effectively in a complex, fast-paced, and growth-oriented organization with wide geographic distribution across multiple states and cultural diversity. • Outstanding communication skills and proven ability to build and nurture effective relationships with a variety of stakeholders, board members, and customers. Other • Bachelor’s degree required. Master’s degree is preferred. • Willingness to be based in Denver, Colorado or Minneapolis, Minnesota and travel as needed to manage operations, develop effective relationships with customers, and lead growth of the core business of BRIDGE. We seek a dynamic, committed, entrepreneurial leader who can bring outstanding business and process skills coupled with a passion for and commitment to our mission of supporting comprehensive access to women’s healthcare to this MSO. We need a leader who is strategic, results-oriented, and with a bias for action. We are excited about the opportunity BRIDGE brings for the partnering affiliates to increase client service while being effective stewards of each affiliate’s resources, and we want a leader for the organization who is equally committed to these goals. Compensation The selected candidate will receive an attractive compensation package, which is commensurate with experience and with existing BRIDGE compensation structures. The Board of BRIDGE fully expects the incoming CEO to grow the business and has established a compensation level to attract the best talent to effect that growth. How to Apply To apply for this position, please send your resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to Carolyn McCormick of Peak HR Consulting, LLC at Carolyn.McCormick@peakhrconsulting.com. All applications are to be sent via email. Learn more about BRIDGE at www.bridgehcp.com, an Equal Opportunity Employer.
General Job Description:
The Chief Executive Officer provides high quality, accurate information and support which enhance the overall culture, vision and values of BRIDGE Healthcare Partners.

Part-time On Site Manager

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
Byers-Evans House Museum
Job posted on:
24 Apr 2017
Job starts on:
01 Jun 2017
Contact Name:
Jillian Allison
Email:
Phone:
3036204933
Fax:
 
Address:
1310 Bannock Street, Denver, Colorado 80204
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
experience working in museum setting, retail experience a plus, comfortable working independently, excellent communication skills required
General Job Description:
On Site Manager Position (primarily for Sunday afternoons) Duties include: -Opening and closing the museum by disarming/alarming the building, turning on/off all lights and opening/closing blinds, completing a visual check of all areas of the museum to check for anything out of the ordinary, reporting any concerns to the director -Ensuring that the museum is safe and tidy for visitors, this may include salting or shoveling sidewalks, clearing litter or debris, stocking the restrooms, taking out the garbage, vacuuming -Opening, closing and operating cash register and daily sales records, this includes counting the cash register at the beginning and end of the shift, recording all sales and reporting on the daily transactions and attendance -Coordinating and overseeing daily tours, programs and activities, supervising volunteers on duty, may give tours or assist with programs if necessary, may need to stack chairs, move tables, load and unload dishwasher to assist with teas and other programs -Stocking, dusting and tidying gift shop, stock room and packaging supplies Compensation: $10/hour Schedule: Sundays, 12:30-5:00, occasional Saturday and weekday shifts may also be available, schedule is flexible but usually set several weeks in advance Position Type: temporary, part time To apply, please send resume and cover letter to jillian.allison@state.co.us. No phone calls please.

Advancement Officer, Leadership Giving

Job Type:
Director
Agency:
Colorado Academy
Job posted on:
12 Apr 2017
Job starts on:
01 Jul 2017
Contact Name:
Barb Eckler
Email:
Phone:
303-986-1501
Fax:
 
Address:
3800 Pierce Street, Denver, Colorado 80235
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
• Bachelor’s Degree required. At least five years of experience in development/fundraising, including major gifts fundraising. • Must adhere to the highest ethical standards, maintain confidentiality, demonstrate an empathetic disposition and perseverance, and convey sensitivity to the needs of donors, parents, and students. • Excellent attention to details and follow through as demonstrated through effective project management experience. • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills; ability to persuasive and to motivate; ability to be diplomatic. • Demonstrated ability to handle sensitive matters with discretion and good judgment. • Experience and familiarity with Blackbaud Raiser’s Edge preferred. • Strong organizational, problem-solving and analytical skills. Highly self-motivated and directed. • Demonstrated writing and editing skills. • Familiarity with educational institutions, preferably independent schools.
General Job Description:
A steward of Colorado Academy’s mission and values, the Advancement Officer is responsible for the cultivation and solicitation of leadership level gifts to the school. Responsibilities include planning, coordinating, and implementing the Leadership Giving Program to meet CA’s major gifts fundraising goals and to build the school’s individual donor base. The person in this position is responsible for direct solicitation of gifts, for stewarding an active portfolio of major gift prospects and donors, and for coordinating with other staff and members of the Board of Trustees in additional cultivation. This position requires a high level of social interaction with the ability to nurture relationships, manage multiple projects and deadlines, and travel or attend evening events as needed on behalf of the school. The Advancement Officer serves as a member of the development team. An advocate for the school, the Advancement Officer will be asked to represent the institution among its senior volunteer leadership and key and influential donors and prospects. This full-time exempt position starts July 1, 2017. Key Responsibilities • Identify, research, qualify, cultivate, solicit, and steward a portfolio of prospects, including parents, alumni, parents of alumni, and grandparents. • Solicit individual gifts from prospective major donors as assigned, through regular personal contact, written appeals, follow-up, outreach events, face-to-face meetings, and special events. • Establish long-term relationships with major donors. • Develop portfolios of prospects for cultivation and solicitation by the Head of School, select members of the Board of Trustees, and other staff, and provide on-going support, appropriate accountability, and strategic counsel to each to support their successful cultivation and solicitation. • Assist in planning, budgeting, and development of goals and strategies for the Leadership Giving program. • Provide direct support to the Head of School for major donor related responsibilities, including scheduling meetings with donors, writing donor communications, etc. • Coordinate Annual Campaign solicitation of major donor prospects with the Director of Annual Campaign. • Play a lead or support role in drafting content for and/or submitting grant proposals. • Coordinate with the Parent Association to ensure that donor development plans and fundraising events feed into development of the Leadership Giving. • Plan, track, and report on individual and departmental work in support of organizational coordination and synergy. • Identify and implement opportunities for donor recognition, stewardship, and appreciation. • Contribute content for organizational communications and marketing materials, such as the website and monthly e-newsletter. • Other duties as assigned.

Grant Writer

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
Douglas Elbert Task Force
Job posted on:
31 Mar 2017
Job starts on:
01 Jun 2017
Contact Name:
Kurt Kaczor
Email:
Phone:
(303) 688-1114
Fax:
(720) 382-1249
 
Address:
1638 Park Street, Castle Rock, Colorado 80109
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
• Bachelor's degree required, preferably in English or Communications. • 3-5 years successful grant-writing experience required; additional non-profit fundraising experience strongly preferred. • Proven proficiency of professional writing experience including successful proposals to institutional donors, grant writing or other technical writing experience. Certificates, Licenses or Registrations • Possession of a valid driver's license and good driving record, as defined by Colorado. Other Competencies (skills, abilities, behavior) • Must possess a commitment to the belief that all people have the right to dignity, respect, opportunity and full community inclusion. • Must be proficient in Microsoft Word; some experience working in databases preferred. • Must have a philosophy that is consistent with the Mission, Vision, and Core Values of the organization. • Excellent writing, editing and problem-solving skills. • A proven leader who supports cross-functional engagement and problem solving. • Organizational skills and the ability to meet deadlines. • Ability to function independently but also see their role as a member of the Task Force team. • Ability to inspire, motivate and foster a sense of teamwork among staff. • Ability to manage sensitive and confidential information.
General Job Description:
The Grant Writer is responsible for conducting the full range of activities required to prepare, submit, and manage grant proposals to foundation and corporate sources. This includes researching, compiling, writing and editing grant applications, as well as developing templates to streamline the grant proposal process. Essential Job Functions: • Researches and identifies government, corporate, foundations and private funding prospects. • Works with other departments to obtain necessary information for proposals/grants and applications. • Develops and prepares proposals and grant applications according to guidelines; complies with all follow-up grant reporting as required by foundation/corporate donors. • Acquires and maintains sound knowledge of the organization, and uses that knowledge and understanding to better comprehend all projects and programs for which grants will be sought and to recommend the seeking of grants. • Works with staff to identify key foundation officers, trustees and other contacts and facilitate on-site meetings as needed. • Maintains master calendar for all grant activity, to include submitted proposals and grant requests; maintains current records in database and in paper files, including grant tracking and reporting. • Assists with other projects as requested. HOW TO APPLY: This position is part-time. Salary is commensurate with experience and other qualifications. Please send your letter of interest, resume, and 1-2 writing samples to kurt@detaskforce.org with "Grant Writer" in the subject line.