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Available Opportunities

Manager of Individual and Corporate Philanthropy

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
Seniors' Resource Center
Job posted on:
15 Dec 2017
Job starts on:
01 Jan 2018
Contact Name:
Human Resources
Email:
Phone:
303.238.8151
Fax:
303.238.8497
 
Address:
3227 Chase Street, Denver, Colorado 80212
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Seniors’ Resource Center (SRC) is seeking an enthusiastic and experienced development professional to cultivate relationships with individuals, thereby increasing the philanthropic support from individuals and corporations to ensure that SRC is able to help the growing population of seniors in the Denver area age in the place they call home. Must be a self-starter who works effectively on multiple projects in a fast paced environment, as well as demonstrates persistence and overcomes obstacles to achieve results. The ideal candidate will enjoy initiating and engaging with a wide variety of people, and be able to efficiently manage high level contacts with staff, board members, corporate executives and individual donors with a friendly, professional demeanor. Exceptional oral and written communication skills are a must. Strong computer skills are essential, including being able to manage data related to individual and corporate contacts and donation history. (Experience using Raiser’s Edge is preferred.)
General Job Description:
Essential duties and responsibilities include: 1. Research and analyze information about individuals and businesses to identify potential sources of funding for operating support, capital projects and new initiatives. 2. Develop and implement plans to cultivate relationships with individuals and corporate representatives, working closely with SRC’s CEO and board of directors to engage them in those efforts. 3. Initiate relationships with prospective donors, cultivate their knowledge of SRC and its programs, and invite them to become philanthropic partners. 4. Write direct mail appeals, create corporate sponsorship materials and develop other materials to solicit philanthropic support. 5. Lead SRC’s efforts to create points of entry and other events to introduce individuals and corporations to SRC and cultivate their interest and involvement. 6. Direct a major gifts program to increase funding from major donors, which includes setting and achieving goals. 7. Partner with SRC’s Development and Marketing staff, its Leadership Team and the SRC staff to achieve development and marketing goals. 8. Must have reliable transportation with the ability to travel throughout the metro area to meet with donors. Good MVR required. Please email cover letter and resume to hiring@srcaging.org by 12/29/2017. EOE. Drug Free Workplace.

Program Services Manager

Job Type:
Other Manager (CFO, Marketing, etc)
Agency:
The Action Center
Job posted on:
13 Dec 2017
Job starts on:
02 Jan 2018
Contact Name:
jobs@theactioncenterco.org
Email:
Phone:
303-237-7704
Fax:
 
Address:
8755 W 14th Ave, Lakewood, Colorado 80215
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Currently interviewing - please apply as soon as possible but no later than December 30, 2017 • Master of Social Work or related degree • Minimum of two years: - staff management experience - program management experience - experience working with individuals experiencing homelessness, poverty and/or other vulnerable populations •One year of experience leading, managing and engaging volunteer teams •Understanding of Trauma Informed Care required •Mental Health First Aid certification required (training will be provided if needed) •CPR/First Aid certification required (training will be provided if needed). Must be willing and able to perform CPR and First Aid as needed. •Competency in boundary setting with participants and volunteers required •Excellent organizational, crisis management, communication, and decision-making skills •Must have ability to effectively engage in assessment, de-escalation, and authoritative decision-making as needed •Effective problem solving skills, ability to assess situations, identify cause, generate solutions and make constructive recommendations •Ability to exercise initiative, relate well with others and build collaborations; ability to take direction while participating in a team environment •Must work independently, exercise initiative, and demonstrate flexibility in managing time •Must be proficient with the information system and building management system used by the agency within 30 days (training will be provided) •Excellent computer skills including Word, Excel, Google and databases •Bilingual in Spanish a plus
General Job Description:
This full-time, exempt position is responsible for the management of assigned program staff and volunteers, and for overseeing the day-to-day activities of the first floor of the program services building to ensure smooth participant flow into and through relevant program service areas. The position involves very dynamic, active physical work associated with delivering program services and will interact with a diverse population of participants, often in crisis, and will engage in assessment, de-escalation, and authoritative decision-making as needed. Will serve as first responder or back-up to escalated participant situations. •Provide leadership, planning, direction and day to day supervision of staff and volunteers working on the first floor of the program services building which includes: intake, appointment scheduling, open/close of the building and provision of services in the self-select grocery, clothing bank, and household areas •Make decisions as needed for program service delivery; including the scheduling of participants and the placement of volunteers and staff •Manage building flow throughout all service areas, responding to immediate crisis situations and working directly with participants as the situation warrants. Engage in assessment, de-escalation, and decision making as needed. •Become proficient in, and support staff and volunteers in the use of electronic management systems including: Q-Flow System, Service Slip System and Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) •Supervise data entry volunteers and review reports to ensure accurate data collection for all participants and services delivered •Ensure assigned staff and volunteers are thoroughly trained on programs area safety, emergency, and risk management procedures •Serve as the first responder or back-up to escalated participant situations (both observed and as signaled by alert buttons) using program services emergency response procedures and involve management response team quickly •Work in close partnership with other managers in the program services building to ensure cross-over participant issues are effectively managed •Assist in the training of first floor volunteers, working closely with the Program Manager, Intervention Services and the Volunteer Programs and Product team •Schedule and support lobby volunteers, ensuring adequate coverage for the effective delivery of services •In partnership with the Program Manager, Intervention Services, facilitate twice daily shift meetings with volunteers •Maintain regular and consistent communication with program services and volunteer management staff and volunteers •Contribute to the development of strategic goals and objectives through participation on the agency leadership team •Develop goals and objectives to achieve successful program service outcomes in line with the strategic plan •Participate in the annual budgeting process •Consistently demonstrate a positive and supportive approach to the participants and the community we serve •Attend and participate in agency events such as the annual meeting and seasonal prevention programs

WorkLife Navigator - Bilingual

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
WorkLife Partnership
Job posted on:
13 Dec 2017
Job starts on:
20 Dec 2017
Contact Name:
Mary Russell
Email:
Phone:
3032981625
Fax:
 
Address:
99 Inca Street, Denver, Colorado 80223
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
• Bilingual - Spanish • 4-year or 2-year degree preferred in a Human Behavioral related field, Public Administration, or Business field. Equivalent work experience will be considered • Experience working in direct services (e.g., case management, career counseling, financial coaching, etc.) and experience using strengths-based approaches • Understanding of financial asset-building programs • Familiarity with government assistance programs, regulations, and local non-profits and agency’s • Valid Driver’s License; reliable transportation to accommodate meetings outside the office on a daily basis • Proficiency in MS Office applications and basic databases • Ability to learn and utilize new technology quickly • Experience capturing data in case management databases; attention to detail, demonstrates consistency and accuracy in data entry • Comfortable reading data charts, tables, and identifying trends • Willing and able to accommodate a flexible schedule and ability to make meetings outside the office daily.
General Job Description:
Level: Full time, Permanent, Benefits available Pay: Range from $20.43 to $21.15 per hour Location: Denver metro area, Local travel 50% Position Summary WorkLife Partnership is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to creating socially sustainable communities and thriving workplaces in Colorado. WorkLife deploys The Sustainable Workforce Model to minimizes work disruptions, decreases absenteeism, improves workers’ financial stability, and ultimately increases employee retention and engagement by offering personalized, immediate, one-on-one assistance when workers need it most. Our values include brave, cultivating potential, industrious, calm resilience, data story tellers, enthusiastically entrepreneurial. The Navigator provides direct services and financial coaching to employees of employer member companies, facilitating access to community resources, government programs, and underutilized employer benefits. The Navigator works alongside the Program Director to partner with employer members to engage their frontline employees and craft supplemental programming that drives results. Core Competencies Managing Work: Effectively manages time and resources to bring daily tasks and projects to completion. Identifies critical and less critical activities and tasks and prioritizes daily workload accordingly. Decision Making: Identifies and understands issues; compares information to make a choice; chooses a course of action carefully and wisely; takes action. Communication: Clearly expresses information and ideas through a variety of modalities; helps individuals understand and retain key messages. Organizes communication by clarifying the purpose and importance. Checks for understanding when communicating. Contributing to Team Success: Actively participates as a member of a team to drive the team’s completion of goals. Makes suggestions, contributes ideas, and demonstrates a personal commitment to the team’s success. Motivates others. Work Standards: Sets high standards of performance for self and others; takes responsibility and accountability for successfully completion work. Establishes criteria and/or work procedures to achieve a high level of quality, productivity, or service. Admits mistakes and refocuses efforts when appropriate. Adaptability: Maintains effectiveness when major changes to job or office environment occur; effectively handles and adapts to new structures or processes. Actively seeks to understand changes in work tasks, situations, and environments. Quickly modifies behavior to deal effectively with changes. Customer Focus: Makes customers and their needs the focus of daily work. Develops and maintains customer relationships. Actively seeks information to understand customers' circumstances, problems, expectations, and needs. Responds quickly to resolve problems. Duties and Responsibilities Resource Navigation: Connect employees with individualized services and community resources to overcome work and life issues that interfere with holding and keeping jobs. Build a strong body of knowledge around housing, transportation, food assistance, childcare, health/mental health, career and financial coaching resources. Work to expand the network and variety of resources available to employees. Organize multiple schedules to meet deadlines; impeccable time management. Outreach: Introduce Navigator services to both employers and employees by providing and delivering engaging content to encourage participation in the program. Participate in business meetings and functions and assist with the development of outreach and marketing strategy. Build a deep understanding of employer members’ human resources policies and workforce concerns. Motivational Coaching: Utilize a strengths-based approach to working with employees of employer member companies. Provide timely, consistent and clear communication using the modality most appropriate to the situation and individual employee’s needs (e.g., phone, email, text, and in-person appointments). Support employees to address both workplace and non-work issues. Develop competency in career and financial coaching techniques. Data Collection and Utilization: Consistently collect and accurately enter data on service delivery; contribute to developing and administering surveys for program monitoring and evaluation purposes; utilize data to continually improve services and programming; collect qualitative data and employee stories to provide context and deepen understanding. Maintain confidentiality of employee data. Team Contribution: Enthusiastically contribute to creating a robust network of resources, referrals, and/or training opportunities by working collaboratively with the Program Director and a diverse set of internal and external partners and stakeholders. Share failures, successes and lessons-learned with a focus on honest assessment and continual improvement. Demonstrates passion and positivity, questions how it can be done better. CONTACT Please send resume and cover letter to Mary Russell, Program Director at mrussell@worklifecolorado.org by December 20, 2017. In your Cover Letter, please include the following points in no particular order (keep to 1 page): 1) Why you are a good fit for our WorkLife model 2) Your experience using Motivational Interviewing and Strengths-based case management 3) Your experience in working within private industry (businesses, employers, aside from nonprofit work) 4) Your experience in evaluating data (if any)

Annual Giving Manager

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
Energy Outreach Colorado
Job posted on:
11 Dec 2017
Job starts on:
15 Jan 2018
Contact Name:
Jennifer Gremmert
Email:
Phone:
303-226-5052
Fax:
303-825-0765
 
Address:
225 E 16th Ave, Ste 200, Denver, Colorado 80203
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Proficiency in MS Office, MS Access (including query criteria expressions), MS Excel (including logical and text functions), Ability to work independently. Must be highly motivated, organized and able to multitask. Mature, responsible and trustworthy. Experience working in a nonprofit development office. Experience with Raiser’s Edge is an advantage
General Job Description:
A. Annual Giving • Develop and lead a comprehensive annual giving program, including strategies to incorporate direct mail, focus on new donors, donor retention and increasing annual gift amounts of individual donors. • Responsible for planning and implementing multiple direct mail appeals and newsletters (both print and digital), including mail-house and mailing schedule. Coordinate theme and creative concept with Director of Marketing and Director of Development. • Responsible for preparing and sending year-end tax letters • Evaluate every appeal and newsletter to develop analysis on past giving trends and program results, and plan for market segmentation for future mailings and/or cultivation activities. • Manages the monthly donor program including stewardship and appeals • Online Engagement -Strategically maintain and upgrade donor engagements through such online tactics as e-newsletters, welcome series, advertising, testing etc. • Support the Director of Development in developing and implementing a recruitment and retention plan, for individual donors and corporate partners to further cultivate relations and annual financial donations. • Assists with the development of budgets and monitoring expenses related to the fundraising department. Maintain complete and accurate records of all fundraising events and/or activities. • Responsible for updating and maintaining organization’s website as well as working with the Development Director around strategies to increase digital engagement • Responsible for the development and mailing of the Annual Report • Assists with content creation including videos, infographics, and interviewing clients when needed. • Responsible for organizations Twitter account. B. Database Management • Act as the system administrator for the donor management database and the donor communication database, overseeing daily operations ensuring the security, accuracy and integrity of the data, including technology management and staff liaison with vendors. • Generates regular reports related to donations and program metrics. • Work in partnership with the Director of Administration to complete monthly reconciliations of all gifts entered into the donor management database and the accounting software. • Prepare necessary reports for auditors. • Ensure thorough gift processing of all donations into the donor management database. C. Event Management • Oversee planning of special events including the annual golf tournament • Develop other events as determined by organization needs D. Organizational Support • Assists development department with special events • Attend staff, program and community meetings, as required • Responsible for answering questions and providing needed information for individual donors, partner agencies and staff. • Complete other projects and tasks as requested.

Program Manager

Job Type:
Program Director
Agency:
Earth Force
Job posted on:
08 Dec 2017
Job starts on:
01 Feb 2018
Contact Name:
Donna Power Stowe
Email:
Phone:
303-433-0016
Fax:
 
Address:
135 Park Ave West, Denver, Colorado 80205
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Education: Master’s degree or equivalent experience in environmental education (particularly water quality knowledge), civic education, or a related field is preferred. Qualifications: Partnership development and support and/or community organizing experience Knowledge of and experience with problem solving, inquiry-based and project-based learning action projects Professional development and/or adult education experience Experience working in corporate and/or school district environments Excellent written and oral communication skills Proven ability to produce high quality projects, ahead of deadline and on budget Ability to prioritize and manage multiple tasks and duties Knowledge of environmental science, particularly water quality knowledge, is strongly preferred Solution oriented with a problem solving mindset Required to pass a background check Must provide personal, insured transportation for reimbursed business use Must provide personal cell phone for reimbursed business use Regular travel required in Denver metro area and Larimer County with occasional (5-10%) overnight travel
General Job Description:
We are looking for an experienced educator and/or educator trainer who believes in engaging young people directly in our civic system as the means to develop environmentally aware and civically engaged people and has the ability to work with adults in both nonprofit and corporate settings. The successful candidate has the ability to work independently while being a part of a virtual team and is able to work with people from a wide range of backgrounds. The position requires a highly organized and dynamic leader and strategic thinker who has the initiative to grow, enhance, and maintain current programs in order to achieve the organization’s strategic goals. Essential Duties: Duties generally include but are not limited to the following areas: Recruiting educators to participate in local Earth Force programs in the Denver metro area and Larimer County; Conducting educator training and program delivery support in a blended learning format, throughout the implementation of the Community Action and Problem-Solving Process; Identifying and connecting educators with experts and content resources on environmental topics to support the implementation of the program; Supporting and expanding existing relationships with schools, institutions, program partners, and organizations that conduct or provide expertise and resources to Earth Force programs, Ensuring students engage in the full Community Action and Problem-Solving Process Supporting special events through planning, facilitation, maintenance, and resource development; Helping to identify and build community organization, agency and corporate partnerships for program collaboration and expansion; and Other duties as needed.

Part-Time Shelter Coordinator

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
The Action Center
Job posted on:
07 Dec 2017
Job starts on:
18 Dec 2017
Contact Name:
jobs@theactioncenterco.org
Email:
Phone:
303-237-7704
Fax:
 
Address:
8755 W 14th Ave, Lakewood, Colorado 80215
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
•High School degree or equivalent required •One year experience in social work or related field required •Residential experience, particularly in a shelter setting, preferred •Excellent communication and organizational skills •Effective problem solving skills •Knowledge of strength-based perspective •Ability to exercise initiative, judgment, flexibility and work independently •Ability to maintain a safe, clean and positive environment •Ability to maintain confidentiality and security of sensitive information •Relate well to residents, staff, volunteers, and professional service providers •Relate well to people with varied experiences and backgrounds •Experience and/or knowledge in conflict resolution •Ability to establish appropriate professional boundaries •Basic computer skills
General Job Description:
Part time, non-exempt; evening and overnight shifts available Interested in helping individuals and families experiencing homelessness find their pathway to self-sufficiency? Interested in part-time work? Join our team! The Action Center is looking for energetic, compassionate, and responsible people to work in a unique shelter program. This 45-60 night stay shelter provides a safe haven for individuals and families experiencing homelessness through program support and case management. Looking for Shelter Coordinators to support residents staying in the shelter; enforce shelter policy and procedures, maintain records, safeguard resident safety and contribute to the on-going positive environment in the shelter facility. •Responsible for monitoring daily activities of shelter and providing support to residents staying in the shelter, including enforcing shelter policies and procedures, and maintaining records and daily logs •Ensure safety and well-being of residents, resolve resident conflicts and ensure adherence to policies and procedures •Attend to necessary operation tasks such as facility upkeep, completing non-resident house laundry, ensuring residents complete chores expected of them, supporting set-up of meals, and facilitating residents’ daily entry and exits •Provide resources from community service providers such as housing programs, employment assistance, mental health and educational institutions, in conjunction with case manager and manager of shelter programs requests •Offer support and assistance with homeless specific issues to aid in resident self-sufficiency in conjunction with case manager and manager of shelter programs requests •Assist with new incoming residents, including giving tours of the shelter, explaining procedures and distributing personal items •Assist residents by encouraging their self-sufficiency, such as resume writing and job/housing searches •Complete shelter communication log throughout shift, relaying pertinent shift information to case manager, manager and other shelter coordinators at the end of every shift •Consult with the Manager of Shelter Programs in the event of crisis situations and emergencies

Bilingual Program Coordinator

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
Metro Caring
Job posted on:
05 Dec 2017
Job starts on:
31 Jan 2018
Contact Name:
Helen Katich
Email:
Phone:
3033503699
Fax:
 
Address:
1100 East 18th Ave, Denver, Colorado 80203
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
REQUIREMENTS: • Strong interpersonal skills with ability to quickly develop productive and cooperative relationships • Effective written and verbal communication skills • Ability to work well independently, highly motivated and a self-starter • Skills to train, support, and supervise a wide variety of volunteers • Flexibility and capacity to balance and prioritize many different tasks, with frequent interruptions in a busy environment • End user office-related computer skills; preferably experience with Microsoft Office applications • Bilingual in Spanish, Arabic, Mandarin, (or other language present in Denver’s immigrant and refugee community) required • Understanding of equity and inclusivity issues and competence with transcultural communication
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. This is a direct services position that administers Metro Caring’s ID voucher and utility assistance program, working closely with Metro Caring’s diverse participant population. RESPONSIBILITIES: ID Project Support (35%) • Administer ID and Birth Certificate vouchers distributed at Metro Caring and partner organizations • Administer out-of-state birth certificate orders • Distribute ID vouchers at outreach events • Manage ID Project partnerships • Monthly program budget reconciliation and data entry Community Navigation Support (25%) • Provide back up support to 5-10 volunteers on a daily basis conducting basic intake for participants at Metro Caring’s market. • Provide Community Navigation coverage as needed • Create and deliver weekly Area-Specific Trainings SNAP Enrollment (15%) • Continue to develop SNAP enrollment program plan and oversee day-to-day activities • Train and mobilize volunteers to implement program • Assist Program Manager with tracking outcomes and reporting • Submit Quarterly Reports to Kaiser Permanente Front End Support (10%) • Cover Welcome Desk once a week. • Provide back-up coverage for staff absences Financial Literacy Classes and Utilities Assistance (10%) • Manage all financial literacy and utilities assistance programmatic activities including: o Checking participants for EOC eligibility o Scheduling appointments for EOC classes o Updating EOC database and preparing check requests • Train new full-time volunteers to assist with program administration; serve as volunteer task supervisor • Update manuals and all materials as needed • Prepare weekly invoices • Reconcile weekly budget invoices Culture of Engagement (5%) • Attend weekly team meetings and monthly all-staff meetings/retreats • Collaborate with Volunteer Resources Department on recruitment and retention tactics • Attend at least one volunteer gathering per week and mingle with volunteers • Refer highly engaged volunteers to the Development team and coordinate on donor and prospect cultivation • Attend a Planting Seeds tour within first month of employment and invite at least 2 contacts per year to attend EMPLOYEE BENEFITS: • Metro Caring offers a fulfilling workplace and comprehensive benefits package • Join a passionate, enthusiastic and collaborative team • Generous paid time off; paid sick leave; paid holidays • IRA retirement plan with an employer-paid match • Health, vision and dental plans TO APPLY: Send cover letter and resume to job@MetroCaring.org by Monday, December 18th, 2017. Include Program Coordinator in the subject line. Only those candidates who are selected for interviews will be contacted. No phone calls, please.

Volunteer Resources Coordinator

Job Type:
Volunteer Coordinator
Agency:
Metro Caring
Job posted on:
05 Dec 2017
Job starts on:
31 Jan 2018
Contact Name:
Megan Maes
Email:
Phone:
3033503699
Fax:
 
Address:
1100 East 18th Ave, Denver, Colorado 80203
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
REQUIRED SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS • Extremely warm and welcoming personality; energized by interacting with a wide variety of people from septuagenarians from WashPark to youth of color in leadership programs and making them feel welcome on the team and maximizing their contributions • The ability to communicate with, supervise, and empower diverse volunteers to be effective in their role while maintaining an even-keel • Flexibility and capacity to balance and prioritize many different tasks with frequent interruption in a busy environment • Strong logistical and organizational abilities • Understanding of equity and inclusivity issues and competence with transcultural communication • Ability to work well independently, highly motivated and a self-starter • Effective written and verbal communication skills • Strong computer skills necessary; proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite, Volgistics, and social media preferred • Bilingual in Spanish, Arabic, Mandarin, or other language (or other language represented in Denver’s diverse refugee and immigrant community) strongly preferred • 1-2 years experience in volunteer coordination, shift leadership, or similar preferred • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience
General Job Description:
Title: Volunteer Resources Coordinator Reports to: Volunteer Resources Manager Classification: Non-Exempt, Full-time Pay Rate: $17.50-19.50 per hour ORGANIZATIONAL SUMMARY 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 and advocacy efforts. POSITION SUMMARY As a high capacity leader, the Volunteer Resources Coordinator is tasked with organizing, coordinating and mobilizing 400 diverse weekly volunteers. Specifically, they will support the logistics, coordination, relationship management and on-going operations of the Volunteer Resources Department. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Duties and responsibilities for the Volunteer Resources Coordinator include, but are not limited to the following: Day to Day Operations (50%) • Supervise job-readiness, court ordered, and SNAP/TANF volunteers, submitting time sheets in accordance with their program requirement • Ensuring adequate volunteer coverage • Maintain volunteer scheduling and manage volunteer communication utilizing Volgsitics • Schedule and manage volunteer groups, ensuring their volunteer experience is superior • Review and administer policies and procedures which guide the volunteer-driven programs and services, and reflect the overall values of the organization • Provide coaching to volunteers while promoting compassion, respect and dignity • Facilitate the onboarding of new volunteers • Provide programmatic support when needed Volunteer Recruitment and Appreciation (25%) • Assist in Metro Caring’s volunteer recruitment efforts to recruit a diverse pool of volunteers to meet Metro Caring’s dynamic needs • Plan and execute volunteer appreciation tactics to maintain strong retention Volunteer Training (20%) • Assist in the development of Metro Caring’s new volunteer training; plan and execute continuing volunteer education opportunities • Ensure Metro Caring volunteers receive the industry best training in order to serve the organization’s participants with the utmost respect, compassion, and dignity and that volunteers fulfill their jobs with excellence • Facilitate new volunteer orientations weekly Culture of Engagement (5%) • Attend weekly team meetings and monthly all-staff meetings/retreats • Refer highly engaged volunteers to the Development team and coordinate on donor and prospect cultivation • Attend a Planting Seeds tour within first month of employment and invite at least 2 contacts per year to attend EMPLOYEE BENEFITS • Metro Caring offers a fulfilling workplace and comprehensive benefits package • Join a passionate, enthusiastic and collaborative team • Generous paid time off; paid sick leave; paid holidays • IRA retirement plan with an employer-paid match • Health, vision and dental plans TO APPLY: Send cover letter and resume to mmaes@MetroCaring.org. Include Volunteer Resources Coordinator in the subject line. Only those candidates who are selected for interviews will be contacted. No phone calls, please. Metro Caring is an equal opportunity employer. The organization is dedicated to the goal of building a diverse team and we encourage applications from qualified individuals of all backgrounds.

Membership - Associate Program Director

Job Type:
Director
Agency:
YMCA of Boulder Valley
Job posted on:
04 Dec 2017
Job starts on:
02 Jan 2018
Contact Name:
Jessica A Clay
Email:
Phone:
(303)807-3291
Fax:
 
Address:
2800 Dagny Way, Lafayette, Colorado 80026
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
- Bachelor's degree in related field preferred or equivalent combination of education and experience - Previous supervisory experience in customer service preferred, minimum 1 year - Excellent personal computer skills and experience with standard business software - Ability to relate effectively to diverse groups of people from all social and economic segments of the community
General Job Description:
The Associate Program Director of Membership directs all aspects of membership for the branch including recruitment of new members, retention of existing members and supervision of assigned staff. Develops, plans and implements new procedures and methods to achieve strategic goals. The Associate Program Director of Membership: -Implements membership strategies that support recruitment of new members and retention of existing members. Creates a member-focused culture and models relationship-building skills (including Listen First) in all interactions. Fosters a climate of innovation and resolves problems to ensure member satisfaction. Provide quality customer service and Y relationships with current and potential members and volunteers. - Recruits, hires, trains, develops and directs personnel and volunteers as needed. Supervises and schedules CRS staff team and Child Watch Coordinator, and operations therein. Reviews and evaluates staff performance. Develops strategies to motivate staff and achieve goals. - Promotes program and membership enrollment in interactions with existing and potential members. Coordinates program registration, including logistics to support phone, walk-in and web registration. Coordinates with marketing efforts to maximize enrollments and provides ongoing support to Program Directors on related issues. - Participates in the planning of the annual budget; manages and implements the approved budget for membership and takes appropriate action to correct variances. - Ensures proper implementation of front desk procedures, adjusting as necessary to meet the needs of the community being served. Reviews and updates desk procedures and communicates changes to staff. Coordinates with the business office as necessary on financial transactions. - Organizes membership events at the YMCA and represents the YMCA at community events to promote the YMCA. By understanding members and connecting them to programs, services, and other members that meet their needs, fostering a sense of community. - Leads assigned aspects of the fund-raising campaign. - Participates in staff meetings and/or related meetings. - Direct supervision at customer relations desk, supporting the membership team as needed including but not limited to staying up to date with member management systems, documenting and monitoring needs for the membership department at your branch. - Participates in required Manager on Duty shifts. - Maintains inventory for Front Desk equipment, communicating with appropriate staff when there is anything that needs attention. - Implements agreed upon marketing strategies and sales initiatives to obtain established membership goals. Salary Pay Range: $37,000-40,000/year We are proud to offer a full benefits package, including medical, dental, vision, life, and LTD insurance, paid vacation, sick and holiday time, free Y membership, and reduced fees on Y programming. Our YMCA contributes 10% to the Y Retirement Plan for qualified individuals. Applications accepted thru December 15th. Please submit your application on our website https://www.ymcabv.org/careers. Send cover letter and resume as described on site after completing application. We were founded as the Young Men’s Christian Association in 1844. But today, we are The Y, an association that values, and is made stronger by, its diverse people. At the YMCA of Boulder Valley, we are committed to equal opportunity employment regardless of gender, age, disability, ethnicity, sexual orientation or religious affiliation.

Campaign and Fundraising Director

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
YMCA of Boulder Valley
Job posted on:
04 Dec 2017
Job starts on:
02 Jan 2018
Contact Name:
Jessica A Clay
Email:
Phone:
(303)807-3291
Fax:
 
Address:
2800 Dagny Way, Lafayette, Colorado 80026
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
The YMCA of Boulder Valley is hiring a Campaign & Fundraising Director to work within our Development Department. This position will oversee four major annual events: our Community Support Campaign, fundraising luncheon, Hall of Fame/Appreciation event and our Y Splash Gala. Through a variety of campaigns and fundraising efforts, this position will be responsible for raising upward of $1 million each year to help us support, strengthen and serve our neighbors in need. You might be the right candidate it you… You are detail oreinted. You are so detail oriented that you realized we spelled “oriented” wrong. You know how to balance multiple projects, tiny details and lofty goals. This position will need to juggle projects, meetings, committees, volunteers, planning menus and interviewing auctioneers, and updating campaigners and soliciting donations (extra points if you can actually juggle). You will work to ensure that deadlines are met, goals are reached and money comes rolling in. You are a people person, and you work easily with a diverse array of people. From volunteers, board members and high net-worth donors to DJs and caterers, you don’t simply make conversation. You make advocates, champions and supporters. You like asking people for money. You have no qualms about requesting cash, checks, silent auction items and sponsor support from individuals and businesses. At the same time, you know that appreciation is essential to the giving cycle, and you enjoy looking for creative ways to thank and honor donors and volunteers. You love the Y, you once worked out in a Y or you’ve heard of the Village People. OK, let’s be honest, you may not be an expert in the YMCA’s cause, but that’s OK. You are eager to learn about and champion an organization that provided over $800,000 in financial assistance to local families, children and individuals this year. You know that with every event, you are giving children opportunities to jump the achievement gap, families access to affordable childcare and seniors life-saving chronic disease prevention programs. You are enthusiastic, driven and motivational. You can play coach, teammate and cheerleader all at the same time. And you know how to communicate your expectations, inspire others and celebrate victories. Lastly, you can throw one heck of a party. You have experience planning events that stay on budget, motivate potential givers and raise big bucks. Requirements/Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in business or equivalent preferred. Five or more years of related experience working as a development department assistant or events manager. Proficient in all standard business software. Knowledgeable about office processes and procedures. Ability to work with integrity, discretion and a professional approach. Prefer knowledge of, and previous experience with, diverse populations (language, culture, race, physical ability, sexual orientation, etc.). Ability to speak any language in addition to English may be helpful. Hiring Salary Range: $45,000-55,000/year based on experience. Benefits include medical and dental coverage, life and disability insurance, 10% retirement contribution (after 2 years qualification), paid vacation, sick, holiday time as well as free membership to the YMCA and reduced rates on programs. Please submit on line job application at https://www.ymcabv.org/careers then send resume and cover letter to email address specified Resumes will be accepted thru December 10th, 5pm.
General Job Description:
The Campaign & Fundraising Director will: Manage fundraising campaigns including but not limited to Community Support, Fundraising Luncheon, Hall of Fame/Appreciation, and Y Splash Gala. Maintain donor and event databases. Ensure all donor names, pledges, donations and contact information are entered correctly and all correspondence with donors happens within 48 hours. Stay within budget for all expenses related to the campaign. Assist with securing donation items and sponsorships for events. Manage pre- and post-event responsibilities, including supervising staff and volunteers for event duties as assigned. Be staff liaison to all development department committees Complete other duties as assigned.

Grants Administrator

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
Adams County Housing Authority
Job posted on:
04 Dec 2017
Job starts on:
02 Jan 2018
Contact Name:
Deb Vizzard
Email:
Phone:
303-227-2075
Fax:
720-230-5017
 
Address:
4430 South Adams County Parkway, Brighton, Colorado 80601
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Grant Administration & Responsibilities ? Coordinate the preparation, assembly, delivery and tracking of the status of proposal documents according to funder requirements and agency procedures; this includes writing, formatting, proofing, and editing. ? Review, correct, develop, and document policies and procedures for grant management to fulfill grant requirements and federal, state, and local regulations. ? Collect and maintain up-to-date research on potential grant-making organizations and grant/contract opportunities; determine and assess eligibility criteria and deadlines; schedule implementation in coordination with pertinent program staff ? Develop, publish and monitor grant reporting schedule for all department managers. Approve all required grant program reports prior to submission of said report to appropriate funder. ? Maintain complete, accurate and timely hard and electronic files for proposals, awards, and other communication with funders. ? Design and maintain hard copies and electronic database tracking systems for proposals, grant/contract awards, deadlines, and reporting requirements; communicate with staff when reports are due. ? Create, verify and disseminate reports on grants/contract activity for internal use and/or funder requirements. ? Develop close working relationships and coordinate with program managers, accounting, and administration to collect and provide information, review and update as necessary, grant policies and procedures, communicate deadlines, and work collaboratively on grant and contract proposal writing and management. ? Create and disseminate program-related or target population-related statistics, best practices, or other trends relevant to proposal or program development and improvement. ? Develop and maintain an expert working knowledge of both HUD regulatory requirements and industry best practices in order to assess and correct, if necessary, ACHA’s compliance with compliance requirements and to promote best practices within the organization (i.e. HUD’s debarred list).
General Job Description:
Adams County Housing Authority (ACHA) is seeking an intellectually curious, passionate and dynamic individual to join our team as Grants Administrator. Working in concert with ACHA leadership across programs and services the Grants Administrator role is a highly collaborative one, coordinating with department heads to lead, foster and facilitate ACHA’s grants and proposal development pipeline. The Grants Administrator will plan, implement, monitor, and report out to both internal and external stakeholders including funders, ensuring compliance with all partners both public and private. Additionally, the Grants Administrator is tasked with, ensuring ACHA remains a vibrant and growing organization, driving the successful attainment of our mission to “Empower People and Strengthen Communities.” This position will be located at the Adams County Government Center until early 2018 when we move into our new headquarters at 71st/Federal by Westminster Station in Westminster.

Executive Director

Job Type:
Director
Agency:
Cathedral Ridge Camp and Conference Center
Job posted on:
28 Nov 2017
Job starts on:
01 Mar 2018
Contact Name:
Carolyn McCormick
Email:
Phone:
3038371173
Fax:
 
Address:
1300 Washington St., Denver, Colorado 80203
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Strategic Leadership Operational Leadership Community and Partner Outreach Revenue Generation Board Development and Support
General Job Description:
Reporting to the Missioner for Faith Formation, and partnering with the Cathedral Ridge Board of Directors, the Executive Director oversees all operations and strategic development of the Cathedral Ridge property and facilities. The Executive Director is responsible for effectively managing Cathedral Ridge’s infrastructure, development, human and financial resources, as well as creating systems that efficiently support daily operations. The Executive Director represents Cathedral Ridge and the Office of the Bishop with external audiences locally, regionally, and nationally. The Executive Director is an active member of the Woodland Park/Colorado Springs communities and supports the vision for faith formation and evangelism across The Episcopal Church in Colorado.

Director of Project Implementation&Data Analytics

Job Type:
Director
Agency:
Tri-County Health Network
Job posted on:
28 Nov 2017
Job starts on:
02 Jan 2018
Contact Name:
Rasa Kaunelis
Email:
Phone:
9707087096
Fax:
 
Address:
238 E. Colorado Ave, Suite 8, Telluride, Colorado 81435
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
The Director must have 8 years of experience in project management, systems ownership, or data analytics and be an advanced user of business intelligence tools (COGNOS, Tableau, SAS). The ideal candidate will have a master's degree and project management certification. The candidate must live or be willing to relocate to San Miguel, Ouray, or Montrose County, Colorado.
General Job Description:
Tri-County Health Network (TCHNetwork) is hiring a full-time Director of Project Implementation & Analytics to join our team! Under the general direction of the Executive Director, the Director will take projects from original concept through final implementation. She/he will be responsible for developing project scope and objectives, determining the best approach to complete projects, creating and maintaining project documentation, building detailed workflows, delivering status reports, and transitioning projects to ongoing operations. The Director will lead all technical aspects of implementation, which includes creating queries and reports to track program participation; identifying opportunities for program improvements; and conducting data analysis. Please visit tchnetwork.org/jobs for more information! To apply, email a cover letter, resume, and 3 professional references to info(at)tchnetwork.org.

Communications & Outreach Manager

Job Type:
Other Manager (CFO, Marketing, etc)
Agency:
Tri-County Health Network
Job posted on:
28 Nov 2017
Job starts on:
02 Jan 2018
Contact Name:
Rasa Kaunelis
Email:
Phone:
9707087096
Fax:
 
Address:
238 E. Colorado Ave, Suite 8, Telluride, Colorado 81435
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
The candidate must possess 5 years of public relations and community outreach experience and previous experience managing staff. Proficiency in WordPress, social media messaging, digital communications, and graphic design is required. The ideal candidate will be fluent in Spanish and have nonprofit or healthcare experience. The Communications & Outreach Manager must live or be willing to move to San Miguel, Ouray or Montrose County, Colorado. Visit tchnetwork.org/jobs for a full job description.
General Job Description:
Tri-County Health Network (TCHNetwork) is searching for a professional with experience in marketing, public relations, and community outreach to join our team as a full-time Communications & Outreach Manager ! Under the general direction of the Director of Strategic Initiatives, the Communications & Outreach Manager will support the continued growth and development of TCHNetwork programming by building community relationships and creating/implementing a comprehensive marketing strategy. She/he will also lead TCHNetwork’s Outreach Team, which is responsible for community outreach and engagement, cultural inclusivity, and advocacy activities. Please visit tchnetwork.org/jobs for a full job description.

Development Director

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
Denver Public Schools Foundation
Job posted on:
28 Nov 2017
Job starts on:
01 Feb 2018
Contact Name:
Denver Public Schools Foundation
Email:
Phone:
720-423-3553
Fax:
 
Address:
1860 Lincoln St. 9th Fl., Denver, Colorado 80203
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Please see full job description at https://dpsfoundation.org/who-we-are/careers/ for preferred qualifications and skills.
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 92,000 students served. DPS Foundation facilitates support from individuals, corporations and foundations to advance the five priority goals of Denver Plan 2020. In partnership with the Superintendent, DPS leadership and the broader community, DPS Foundation is guided by our own strategic roadmap aligned to DPS. For more information, please visit www.dpsfoundation.org. JOB SUMMARY The Development Director is an integral member of the DPS Foundation team who is primarily responsible for leading the organization in raising its annual unrestricted fundraising goals through the cultivation and stewardship of donors, managing donor portfolios, setting strategy for annual campaign and oversight of the fundraising aspects for the annual Achieve Gala. This position reports to the Vice President of Strategic Initiatives and manages a full-time Database Specialist and a part-time Annual Giving Manager. Please see full job description at https://dpsfoundation.org/who-we-are/careers/ for further details on primary responsibilities. Key areas include Donor Management and Annual Fund, Annual Gala and Other Events and Management.

Development Coordinator

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
Beaver Ponds Environmental Education Center
Job posted on:
28 Nov 2017
Job starts on:
01 Jan 2018
Contact Name:
Paul Alexander
Email:
Phone:
719-838-0143
Fax:
 
Address:
2234 Busch Run Road, PO Box 995, Fairplay, Colorado 80440
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
• 3 years minimum experience in development, fundraising and marketing • Demonstrated excellence in organizational and managerial skills, and verbal and written communication • Capable of using all common relevant software tools • Familiar with using social media to obtain desired results • Proven excellent people skills • Very independent minded, high energy and a self-starter • Skilled with initiating fundraising efforts • Solid demonstrated background in raising money from donors- small and major • Background in private foundations • Excellent writing skills
General Job Description:
Beaver Ponds is looking for a dynamic, results-oriented individual who is a self-starter. The person will develop and spearhead the development and fundraising activities for the organization. The person will report to and work in partnership with the Executive Director. The Development Coordinator will be expected to significantly contribute to the organization’s financial growth and ensure that all fundraising events and initiatives have well-articulated goals and measures of success and are in alignment with the organization’s mission. Beaver Ponds has primarily been funded by our founders and is seeking to shift our development strategies to significantly increase our revenue stream to mid-sized and major donors. .The position is initially up to half time but could be more depending upon the individual. (especially if the individual has experience in business and revenue generating activities.) Most activities can be done remotely although the person should reside within Colorado and be available for onsite events and regular staff meetings.

Program Associate

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
Community First Foundation
Job posted on:
20 Nov 2017
Job starts on:
10 Jan 2018
Contact Name:
Noah Atencio
Email:
Phone:
7208985900
Fax:
 
Address:
5855 Wadsworth Bypass Unit A, Arvada, Colorado 80003
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Experience/Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience. 3+ years’ work history in nonprofits or related fields preferred. Demonstrated excellent analytical, organizational, and project management skills. Broad knowledge of grants management. Advanced in MS Word and Excel. Familiarity with grants administration software, preferably Raiser’s Edge/Blackbaud and GrantedGE. Demonstrated leadership and community networking skills. Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal skills. Comfort level with public speaking.
General Job Description:
This is an exciting opportunity to join Community First Foundation’s Community Impact department as a Program Associate. This newly created position is responsible for coordinating important programs and activities to advance the funding strategies and priorities of Community First Foundation. The Program Associate is responsible for managing a portfolio of grants and ensuring that internal systems are developed and utilized to their highest potential with quality results. Responsibilities: Grants Portfolio: Maintain in depth knowledge and resource materials with funding areas of the Foundation. Keep management apprised of grantee and community relationships and help to design and develop grant opportunities. Analyze grant requests to determine the merit and fit with strategies. Formulate recommendations within context of budget, collaborating closely with management. Maintain grantee relationships and related workflow needs throughout the grant request and grant term, including working within grants administration system in collaboration with Grants Administrator. Program Support: Provide project coordination and support in the areas of establishing goals, timelines, and tasks for project implementation; support volunteer community advisory groups; support logistics and event planning for program activities; create an inventory of potential investment opportunities, and actively engage in the implementation of program and marketing materials. Support in the data development of the Foundation’s evaluation framework for grantmaking. This includes researching indicators and trends, investigating performance measures that demonstrate impact around strategy areas, and performing root cause analysis of issues related to strategy areas. Will be responsible for developing a strong understanding of the Results Based Accountability framework. Please use the Job Applicant Portal at Insperity: http://ejob.bz/ATS/jb.do?reqGK=27052137&portalGK=9134&refresh=true Do not directly contact Community First Foundation.

Manager of Donor Relations

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
American Red Cross
Job posted on:
18 Nov 2017
Job starts on:
26 Dec 2017
Contact Name:
Cindy Ferris
Email:
Phone:
2023034146
Fax:
 
Address:
444 Sherman Street, Denver, Colorado 80203
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Education: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience required. Advanced degree highly desirable. Experience: Minimum three years sales and/or fundraising experience required. Proven experience in developing strategies for donor retention growth and recapture and proven success with complex requests is required.
General Job Description:
As our Manager of Donor Relations in Denver, you will identify, engage, cultivate, solicit, and steward current and prospective donors in expanding their financial support of the work of the American Red Cross. You will be responsible for meeting an annual revenue target by working with an assigned portfolio of donors (individual and foundations) and prospects to advance the mission of the organization and assist donors in creating meaning in their lives through giving to the American Red Cross. Responsibilities 1. Strategy: Develops and executes ongoing strategy for qualifying donors to ensure retention, growth of donor contributions as well as recapture from previous donors. Works collaboratively with other departments and partners with development staff at the National Office to create customized solicitation strategies matching the objectives of the organization and interests of the donor/prospect. 2. Fundraising Targets and Portfolio Management: Manages an assigned portfolio of donors and prospects with intent to form deep relationships. Develop donor management plans for entire portfolio resulting in strategic, knowledgeable and complex asks. Personally solicits assigned donor portfolio through face to face visits, including preparation of personalized materials. 3. Prospect Development: Implements programs/activities to identify, cultivate, solicit and steward donors at the $2,500 level or higher. Works with community Board members and other leadership volunteers to cultivate, solicit and steward appropriate donors. Updates donor records in region and/or district database and Salesforce.com following donor contacts. The American Red Cross is a diverse nonprofit organization offering its employee’s professional development and growth opportunities, a competitive salary, comprehensive benefits, and a collaborative team spirit environment. To be considered for this position, please visit www.redcross.org/jobs to apply.

Assistant Supervisor

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
Bayaud Enterprises, Inc.
Job posted on:
17 Nov 2017
Job starts on:
02 Jan 2018
Contact Name:
Walter Craig, MS, LPCC
Email:
Phone:
303-393-4658
Fax:
303-393-4656
 
Address:
1055 Clermont St, Denver, Colorado 80220
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
• Ability to communicate effectively in writing and orally with consumers or customers in a face-to-face, one-on-one or group setting or by telephone. • A commitment to agency mission and goals • B.A. or equivalent work experience • 1 year of experience as working in a mailroom, warehouse, copy center or administrative services environment • 1 years of supervisory experience preferred • Experience working with individuals with disabilities and/or a diverse workforce preferred • Possess a valid driver’s license and have a good driving record • Able to work independently, manage time, and to report outcomes effectively • Professional, creative, flexible and open to new ideas • Ability to encourage, support and acknowledge diverse populations • Ability to pass a Federal security clearance and background check • Ability to lift 50 pounds and potentially operate all equipment used on the contract • Ability to bend, reach, and stand for extended periods of time
General Job Description:
Under the direction of the Contract Supervisor, the Assistant Supervisor will work side by side with employees in a production environment; providing supervision and coaching, while ensuring job safety and systems oversight, for a large mailroom contract. The Assistant Supervisor must build and maintain solid relationships with participants, as well as Federal customers and management. The goals of this position include: maintaining/improving efficiency, reinforcing operational procedures, mentoring, giving constructive criticism and providing feedback on progress to management. The Assistant Supervisor will act as the Contract Supervisor, as needed. Responsibilities: • Directly supervise Bayaud employees to deliver excellent customer service as outlined in the Statement of Work requirements. • Train, assign, schedule and cross train employees to respond to mail and copy requests • Provide administrative support for the contract including; maintaining reports, payroll/records management, billings and oversight of operational budget. • Interface and coordinate with the Federal customer to ensure excellent customer service and follow up. • Provides rehabilitative services, counseling, and follow up for employees with disabilities to include progress notes, performance plans, community resources, reasonable accommodations and supported employment services. • Identifies on-going staff development and training needs and ensures that training is obtained. • Manages and maintains the equipment and supplies necessary to fulfill our contractual obligations to include office supplies storage and inventory for federal employees. • Performs mail distribution through sorting and delivery of incoming and outgoing mail, using prescribed operational procedures and expectations • Operation of Mail Systems Management Equipment to include Mail Metering Machines, letter inserters, package handling system and UPS system. • Operation of photocopy equipment including high and low volume, black and white and color copiers, book binding machine, paper cutters and lamination machines • Conducts inspections of Bayaud work, investigates customer complaints, corrective actions and preventative actions. • Provides on-call coverage and responds to afterhours emergencies at the jobsite • Coordinates activities by scheduling work assignments, setting priorities, and directing the work of subordinate employees.

Director of Strategic Partnerships

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
El Porvenir
Job posted on:
17 Nov 2017
Job starts on:
08 Jan 2018
Contact Name:
Jenna Saldana
Email:
Phone:
3038611499
Fax:
 
Address:
80 Garden Center, Ste 135, Broomfield, Colorado 80020
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
EDUCATION AND SKILLS: • Bachelor’s degree and 5-10 years of experience in fundraising in the non-profit sector • Computer skills involving Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and similar software products • Excellent organizational, analytical, written, oral and interpersonal communication skills • General knowledge of international water issues, international development and organizations associated with these issues • Spanish language proficiency highly desired • Demonstrated success in reaching fundraising goals • Ability to work independently and collaboratively • Ability to manage multiple high-priority projects and deadlines • Ability to maintain confidentiality PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS NECESSARY TO PERFORM THIS JOB: • Ability to work at a computer for long periods of time • Ability to travel to and from meetings and appointments in locations and times when public transportation is unavailable • Some weekend and evening hours required • Ability to lift and carry 25 lbs
General Job Description:
POSTION TITLE: Director of Strategic Partnerships (Part-Time 75% to Full-Time) BASED IN: Broomfield, Colorado REPORTS TO: Director of US Operations, El Porvenir TRAVEL: 10-25% SUMMARY OF POSITION OBJECTIVES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: This position’s primary responsibility is to raise funds for El Porvenir’s program. El Porvenir is an international nonprofit that partners with rural Nicaraguans to improve their standard of living through sustainable water, sanitation, and reforestation projects. In order to grow our program, we are looking for someone who is outgoing, motivated, and able to develop and deepen relationships with supporters. The Director of Strategic Partnerships (DSP) is responsible for sourcing, cultivating, and stewarding individual, faith, corporate, and foundation donors. The DSP will have responsibility for managing several fundraising initiatives, including fundraising campaigns and events. The DSP will work with the development team to ensure that development processes are implemented and effective. We are looking for someone who shares our vision to create change with the people of Nicaragua. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO: FUNDRAISING: • Develop fundraising strategies and programs to support the organization’s objectives and fundraising goals in coordination with the Director of US Operations • Work with the Director of US Operations to develop and implement a comprehensive, strategic, goal-based development plan to attract, build, and maintain effective and mutually beneficial relationships with individuals, faith communities, foundations, and corporations capable of contributing significantly to El Porvenir. o Methods may include but are not limited to regular correspondence, phone communication, personal invitations, special tours of projects in Nicaragua, reports, and face-to-face meetings o Strengthen and expand our network of Friends of El Porvenir groups • Develop ways to keep donors and returned work trip participants involved and move to higher levels of giving • Creatively source, analyze, cultivate, solicit, and steward new funding sources as well as deepen existing relationships with foundations, corporations, individuals/major donors and religious funders in coordination with the development team and Board of Directors • Travel within the US and to Nicaragua • Plan, coordinate and implement all special events with assistance from Communications Coordinator • Partner with the development team on marketing and public relations to ensure consistent, quality marketing and materials for the organization • Conduct presentations to potential and existing donors • Management retains the discretion to add or to change the duties of the position at any time COMPENSATION: • Salary commensurate with experience. • Benefits including Flexible Spending Account, 401k retirement plan, sick leave, vacation leave, and 11 paid holidays. APPLICATION PROCESS: Using "Director of Strategic Partnership" in the subject line, please e-mail a cover letter, resume and salary requirements to hr@elporvenir.org. Applications will be reviewed immediately until the position is filled.

Investor Relations Associate

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce
Job posted on:
14 Nov 2017
Job starts on:
02 Jan 2018
Contact Name:
Stephanie Samano
Email:
Phone:
3036208021
Fax:
 
Address:
1445 Market Street, Denver, Colorado 80202
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
EXPERIENCE: Minimum of 2 years of assisting or working with executives and corporate community. REQUIRED SKILLS: 1. Excellent interpersonal and telephone skills. 2. Excellent computer skills required. Proficient with Word, Excel and Power Point, database management. 3. Demonstrated ability to work well with diverse groups. 4. Excellent business writing skills required with capability to draft own correspondence. 5. Demonstrated organizational skills. PREFERRED SKILLS: 1. Sales experience 2. Familiarity with Economic Development 3. Familiarity with Colorado industries SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: None EQUIPMENT TO BE USED: Computer, telephone, copier, fax, calculator and AV equipment. WORKING CONDITIONS: Position requires flexibility of scheduled work hours for meetings inside and outside the Chamber. Must be able to interact well with others and actively seek out work.
General Job Description:
The Metro Denver Economic Development Corporation (Metro Denver EDC) An affiliate of the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce, is the nation’s first and only truly regional economic development entity in which many area economic development groups have joined together to represent, and further, the interests of an entire region. Our partners include 70 cities, counties and economic development organizations in the seven-county Metro Denver and two-county Northern Colorado region. POSITION SUMMARY: Provides support for senior team and Director of Investor Relations in research, recruitment, and meeting scheduling with potential new investors. The Investor Relations Associate will work with the EDC staff to research, qualify and source new investors that contribute to the organization’s mission and vision. JOB RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. Identify target investors with senior team and generate leads. 2. Coordinate and schedule prospective investor meetings for senior team. 3. Research Colorado companies and coordinate with economic development team to cultivate new investment. 4. Represents the EDC at appropriate meetings, conferences and functions. 5. Maintains and updates investor database. 6. Participates in departmental strategic planning. 7. Assist with EDC event sponsorships and logistics in conjunction with the EDC team lead. 8. Timely administration of monthly invoices, investment acknowledgement and investor communication. 9. This individual will need to assist with front desk coverage for breaks and lunches on a rotating schedule. 10. Other duties as assigned. DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION: Close of Business November 28, 2017 SALARY: $40,000 + Annual Bonus Opportunity APPLICATION PROCESS: Qualified applicants send a complete application to include: cover letter, resume, salary expectations to: careers@denverchamber.org Attention: Stephanie Samano. Incomplete applications will not be considered.

Assistant General Manager

Job Type:
Program Director
Agency:
Blue Sage Center for the Arts
Job posted on:
02 Nov 2017
Job starts on:
02 Jan 2018
Contact Name:
Brian Wegner
Email:
Phone:
9705277243
Fax:
 
Address:
226-228 Grand Avenue, PO Box 700, Paonia, Colorado 81428
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Non-profit, small business, or volunteer experiences helpful Familiarity with social media platforms, Microsoft software and Office Suite, working knowledge of Quickbooks and Salesforce helpful Technical aptitude in learning new computer programs and database software Energetic and vibrant, with outgoing social engagement skills for frequent public/member interactions Can demonstrate proficiency in written and spoken communications Ability to work effectively and complete tasks independently or with minimal supervision
General Job Description:
Administration, • Ensure effective execution of programs and events; • Carry out plans and policies authorized by the Board; • Some supervisory duties with respect to oversight of volunteers, part-time employees and rental customers; • Maintain official records and documents, ensuring compliance with government regulations; • Administer operational systems and processes in support of the Blue Sage’s mission; • Maintain accurate financial records and sound administrative practices; • With guidance from the Board, prepare official correspondence. Communications, • Keep the Board fully informed of the administrative and operational status of Blue Sage financial and organizational records and Blue Sage programs and events; • Publicize the activities of the organization verbally, in print, and online; • Foster sound working relationships with community groups and organizations; • Professionally represent the Blue Sage and its programs to outside organizations, the membership, and the general public. Customer Service, • Answer phones and emails, and respond to inquiries; • Greet guests to the Gallery and address their needs; Fundraising, • Develop and manage timelines for planned fundraising activities to ensure timely promotion and effective preparation and execution; • Maintain a donor mailing list and database which respects the privacy and confidentiality of donor information; • Provide required organizational information to grant writer/s and monitor the timeliness of submitting grant applications. IT and Facilities, • Working knowledge of Microsoft software and Microsoft Office products; • Aptitude to learn new software and database applications; experience with Adobe Creative Suite products and/or Salesforce helpful; • Troubleshoot office hardware and network problems, arrange for assistance with appropriate vendor or volunteer provider; • Oversee the upkeep of office equipment and supplies; • Assist the Facilities Committee by coordinating maintenance, repairs, and renovation projects; • Ensure the facilities are cleaned and presentable at all times.

Public Affairs Intern

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce
Job posted on:
31 Oct 2017
Job starts on:
08 Jan 2018
Contact Name:
Stephanie Samano
Email:
Phone:
3036208021
Fax:
 
Address:
1445 Market Street, Denver, Colorado 80202
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
SKILLS: - Experience with web-based technology and audio/visual technology for communication purposes and strong computer skills, including word processing and presentations. - Must exhibit competency in MS Office, especially Word, Outlook, Publisher and Excel as well as membership database. - Well-organized and detail-oriented. - Must be self-driven and able to manage long-term projects without repeated direction, versatile, flexible and able to manage numerous constantly changing issue environments. - Demonstrate high degree of professionalism and ability to contribute positively to a strong team environment. - Must build absolute trustworthiness and confidence with department and department’s volunteer members and project a positive and professional image to Chamber members. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: None EQUIPMENT TO BE USED: - Typical office equipment, including personal computers and printers. - Must be familiar with Microsoft Office and related software. WORKING CONDITIONS: - Professional office environment. - Weekly Legislative Policy Committee meetings on Tuesdays at 7:30 a.m., as well as other meetings as necessary.
General Job Description:
POSITION SUMMARY: This position runs from January through June 2018 and will assist the Public Affairs department with the daily activities of coordinating our Colorado General Assembly vote tracking project; planning and coordinating meetings and special events; and assisting with database and website updates. This position provides excellent experience in the Public Affairs field and the opportunity to work with one of the highest profile Public Affairs shops in Denver. RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. During legislative session (January–May), the main responsibility will be to input and update data in the Chamber’s legislative bill tracking system. This will require navigating the general assembly website to gather all legislators’ committee/floor votes, tracking the votes in a proprietary database and assisting with compiling the final “scorecard” report. 2. During the months of May and June, intern will finalize data gathered over the session, work with the Public Affairs team to create the legislative scorecard presentation and report. Intern will present an overview of the legislative session’s work to the Chamber’s Legislative Policy Committee, offering an excellent opportunity for face time in front of leading Denver metro executives and public policy experts. 3. Assist with Public Affairs events and meeting logistics, including the Legislative Policy Committee meetings, the annual State of the State Luncheon and committee meeting if available. 4. Manage other projects as assigned by the Public Affairs team. JOB REQUIREMENTS: EDUCATION: Student with one year of education and/or experience and interest in public relations, public affairs, government affairs or business.

Director of Development

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
Denver Film Society
Job posted on:
23 Oct 2017
Job starts on:
01 Jan 2018
Contact Name:
HR Manager
Email:
Phone:
303-595-3456
Fax:
 
Address:
1510 York Street, 3rd Floor, Denver, Colorado 80206
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
General Job Description:
POSITION The Director of Development will have an exciting and rewarding opportunity to chart the next phase of philanthropic growth for the Denver Film Society. Reporting to and partnering with the Executive Director, the Director of Development also works closely with the board of directors to engage in the identification, cultivation, and solicitation of major donors and leveraging the potential for significant gifts. As an integral member of the senior management team, the Director of Development plays an active role as a thought-partner in planning for the organization’s overall advancement. The Director of Development is charged with conceptualizing and implementing a plan to grow the Denver Film Society’s philanthropic support and donor base. The Director of Development will be responsible for developing and establishing strong relationships with all segments of the community. The Director of Development manages a team of five full-time staff whose responsibilities include major gifts, membership, volunteers, annual fund, foundation grant writing, corporate sponsorship, special events, research, and database administration. ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES Fundraising Management: - Oversee the Development department, including individual giving, annual fund, endowment building, membership, grants, government support, corporate sponsorship and special events, and supervise the development staff by setting clear expectations, motivating the team, and assisting with their professional development. - Proactively support the Board, development committee, and Executive Director to drive fundraising activity and personal engagement with top prospects. - Work with the Executive Director and Board of Directors to develop and implement long- and short-term strategies for fundraising, and help members of the board expand their fundraising capabilities. - Provide leadership to the Development department with a focus on the expansion of the donor base and major gifts. - Maintaining a personal portfolio of donors, cultivating and soliciting major gifts for the annual fund, special events, capital projects, endowments, and special programs. - Develop, cultivate and enhance Denver Film Society’s relationships in the community. - Establish solicitation priorities, manage prospect lists and research, and develop and execute targeted cultivation plans and solicitation strategies for a range of prospects. Strategic Planning and Operational Effectiveness - Create, implement, and manage a strategic develop plan designed to significantly increase contributed revenue from current levels of approximately $1.34 million annually. - Guide and mentor the Development team’s successful achievement of contributed revenue goals for individual, corporate, foundation, and government funding and special events, with a personal emphasis on identifying, cultivating, and securing new sources of funding. - Ensure that the department adheres to long-term strategic and operational plan goals, coordinating and presenting regular progress reports to the Executive Director and board. - Manage the department’s staffing needs, including interviewing, hiring, evaluating, and mentoring team members. Administration and Oversight - Direct all aspects of membership and patron benefits program, including stewardship, special events, cultivation, benefits fulfillment, daily donor interaction, and volunteer management. - Prepare and monitor revenue and expense budgets; provide accurate reporting, analysis, and integration of data; and oversee the maintenance and integrity of membership, donor, and prospect records. - Develop partnerships with all key departments to support annual giving programs, sponsorships, special projects, and events, and create customized donor stewardship and recognition opportunities to support expanded fundraising activities. - Lead and mentor the Development staff in utilizing available data to analyze and document fundraising needs and opportunities. - Assess current technology and refine development practices to ensure maximum efficiency and results. TRAITS & CHARACTERISTICS The successful Director of Development is a proactive and collaborative leader, skilled fundraiser, and an experienced manager with the vision to think big, pursuing the Denver Film Society’s ambitious goals with creativity and determination. This individual possess superlative interpersonal and communication skills and articulate compelling messages for support, both verbally and in writing. The Director of Development is self-sufficient and self-managed with a highly organized approach and the ability to achieve organizational objectives. This key member of the senior management team also enjoys working collaboratively with staff, volunteers, donors, and prospective supporters. The Director of Development possess the leadership skills to effectively build consensus with a sense of immediacy in achieving significant fundraising goals as well as an appreciation of the teamwork required to succeed organizationally. This individual brings an affinity for the Denver Film Society’s mission and a passion to positively impact the organization’s long-term success, complemented by highly-developed skills and an efficient, best practices approach. Other core competencies which are part of the culture of the Denver Film Society include the following: Personal Accountability – Accepts responsibility for actions and outcomes of development and development-communication efforts. Inspires others, builds trust, and demonstrates loyalty while acknowledging one’s own responsibility to be accountable for personal actions and professional decisions. Customer Focus & Interpersonal Skills – A commitment to customer satisfaction with a high value on multiple stakeholder needs and the ability to anticipate challenges and develop appropriate solutions. Builds rapport and relates well to all kinds of people regardless of cultural differences. Planning & Organizing – Works within established timeframes and determines top priorities for optimum productivity with procedures, processes, and systems that result in order, accuracy, and efficiency. Goal Achievement – Establishes goals that are relevant and attainable and initiates activity without delay. Leadership – Organizes and motivates others to accomplish goals while creating a sense of order, direction, and active participation among a variety of stakeholders. Presenting – Communicates persuasively and effectively to groups of all sizes through presentations, discussions, remarks, and written communications. QUALIFICATIONS A minimum of seven years of experience with increasing responsibility, and proven success in a fundraising leadership role, ideally with an arts focus, are required. A strong track record in the identification, cultivation, and solicitation of donors and potential donors at all levels, particularly major gift donors, and the ability to develop budgets and staff teams are necessary. Candidates must be highly self-motivated, metrics-driven, and goal-oriented. Superior presentation and written and verbal communication skills are required. Experience working with boards and high-level volunteers is essential. Candidates must possess a flexible and adaptable style to positively impact both strategic and tactical fundraising initiatives. This individual must exhibit a passion for understanding the influence of the arts and humanities in empowering others to realize their potential and for inspiring stakeholders to invest in the future of the Denver Film Society. Strong computer skills, including Microsoft Office, donor database software, traditional, electronic, and social media, and use of advanced tools for donor prospecting and research are necessary. SALARY & BENEFITS The Denver Film Society offers a competitive salary commensurate with the experience of the senior level candidate we seek. Benefits include medical, dental, and vision insurance; and paid time off. APPLICATION INFO The deadline to apply for this position is November 17, 2017, with a start date in January 2018. To apply, please send a cover letter, resume and references to: Email – jobs@denverfilm.org with “Director of Development – 2017 Application” in the Subject line USPS – Denver Film Society Attn: Hiring Manager 1510 York St., 3rd Floor Denver, CO 80206 Be advised that due to high volume of applicants that only those applicants whose skills and background best fit the needs of the position will be directly contacted. Please be sure to check your inbox and spam for appropriate correspondence. It is the policy of the Denver Film Society to prohibit discrimination against any person or organization based on age, race, sex, color, creed, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, transgender status, gender identity, gender expression, ancestry, marital status, gender, veteran status, political service, affiliation or disability. ABOUT THE DENVER FILM SOCIETY Since 1978, the Denver Film Society has worked to promote the medium as both an art form and a civic forum, developing a program that includes year-round screenings, community outreach projects and renowned special events. It is in fact the only nonprofit organization in Colorado dedicated to engaging both its members and the public in an engaging relationship with and understanding of film and film culture. The twin pillars of the DFS are the Sie FilmCenter, our year-round theater, and the annual Denver Film Festival. Now in its third decade, the Festival presents a 12-day roster of international screenings and red carpet premieres. In addition, the DFS organizes such popular annual festivals as Film on the Rocks, a cinema/concert series held throughout the summer at Red Rocks Park & Amphitheater. For more information about the organization, visit www.denverfilm.org.