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Available Opportunities

Program Evaluation Manager

Job Type:
Program Director
Agency:
The Gathering Place
Job posted on:
24 Mar 2017
Job starts on:
17 Apr 2017
Contact Name:
Julia Stewart
Email:
Phone:
303-996-9033
Fax:
 
Address:
1535 N High Street, Denver, Colorado 80218
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Knowledge, Skills and Ability: • Knowledge and understanding of best practices in both qualitative and quantitative data collection methods • Ability to compile and analyze both qualitative and quantitative data, including statistical analysis where appropriate • Ability to identify creative approaches to measuring impact in drop-in model programming • Enthusiasm for evaluation and the role of evaluation in non-profit organizations • Detail-oriented • Excellent teaching skills in evaluation • Excellent problem-solving and critical thinking skills • Ability to train staff, interns, and volunteers in database use and database collection; ability to inspire about the importance of quality data collection • Self-starter with excellent time management skills • Able to work independently and as part of a team • Advanced skills in Microsoft Excel, including use of advanced formulas, and creation and use of pivot tables Education or Formal Training: • Bachelor's Degree in Program Evaluation, Social Sciences or related field. Directly relevant experience may be substituted for degree on a case-by-case basis. Experience: • Minimum 2 years' experience in program evaluation • Minimum 1 year experience in database management/administration • Experience with Social Solutions a plus
General Job Description:
General Purpose: To lead and guide the agency in evaluating its programs by creating, refining, and maintaining systems to track program outcomes, enabling us to improve services for the people we serve and demonstrate to donors the impact of their support. This is accomplished through effective and on-going communication with key stakeholders, maintaining current knowledge of best practices in program evaluation, administering and managing our program database, and providing technical assistance to staff to ensure proper data collection. Essential Duties/ Responsibilities: • Provide agency leadership and expertise in data collection, data analysis, and developing new methods for measuring outcomes as needed • Lead the evaluation committee in assessing agency evaluation needs and identifying opportunities for improving evaluation methods • Conduct focus groups, one-on-one interviews, and other qualitative data collection efforts • Report evaluation data in various formats to meet a variety of agency needs, including internal decision-making, grant reports, public relations materials, website, and other publications • Work with staff to review program needs and update data collection processes on a regular basis to ensure they reflect current agency goals and needed information • Provide site administration for Social Solutions Efforts to Outcomes (ETO) database, and stay current with changes to the system • Develop and maintain agency logic models and measurable outcomes for all agency programs • In conjunction with the agency's Data Coordinator, provide on-going support and training to staff in accurate data collection and data entry • Provide guidance and technical assistance in maintaining compliance with government contract funding requirements • In conjunction with the agency's Data Coordinator, ensure the routine updating of member files and provide support to staff and volunteers for this activity • Other duties as may be assigned

Board Tresurer

Job Type:
Other Manager (CFO, Marketing, etc)
Agency:
Colorado Firefighter Calendar
Job posted on:
24 Mar 2017
Job starts on:
15 May 2017
Contact Name:
Tim Schuetz
Email:
Phone:
(720) 231-2114
Fax:
 
Address:
6400 S. Fiddlers Green Cir., Suite 1000, Greenwood Village, Colorado 80111
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
• Must have working knowledge of Quickbooks, including accounting-specific skills such as understanding of journal entries • Demonstrated capability in budgeting and forecasting • Working knowledge of GAAP and not for profit accounting • Sales and use tax experience preferred • Excellent Microsoft Office skills, especially Excel • Previous nonprofit experience a plus • Desire to make an impact on Children’s Hospital Colorado and children and families of burn injuries
General Job Description:
About Colorado Firefighter Calendar: The purpose of the Colorado Firefighter Calendar (CFC) is to raise funds to support the Burn Center and Burn Camps Program at Children’s Hospital Colorado and to educate children on fire prevention. We are a 501(c)(3) organization that produces an annual calendar featuring male and female fighters from throughout the state. Through sales of the calendar, special events and other fundraising efforts, we have contributed $475,000 to Children’s Hospital Colorado since our inception in 2011. Fire Critic recently named the 2017 Colorado Firefighter Calendar the number one firefighter calendar in the world. About The Position: The Board Treasurer reports to the President and the Board of Directors and is responsible for the care and custody of monies generated, reporting on the financial condition of the organization, planning and budgeting for the ongoing operations, and regulatory compliance. Job Tasks and Responsibilities: • Manage operational finances including cash management, accounts payable, banking, investments, sales tax. • Prepare monthly financial reporting and present to Board via written materials and presentations at monthly meetings. • Lead annual budget process; conduct periodic variance analyses and make recommendations for improvements. Make recommendation to the Board for annual donation to Children’s Hospital. • Support various sub-committees through special project or event budgeting and financial analysis. • Manage tax compliance including monthly/quarterly sales tax calculations and filings; work with tax accountant to prepare annual filings to include Form 990. • Obtain, manage, and periodically evaluate insurance policies. • Prepare and file the Company’s annual registration renewal with the Colorado Secretary of State Office of Charitable Solicitations, and other charitable filings as required. • Work with the Board to develop and implement internal controls. • Member of the Executive Committee which establishes the organization’s goals, strategies, and operational decision-making and management. • Participate in fundraising activities that primarily generate revenue through calendar sales and donations. • Time commitment averages 30 hours per month, with seasonal increases and decreases. Interim Treasurer, May 15 – August 31, Specific Tasks and Responsibilities: • Manage operational finances including cash management, accounts payable, banking, sales tax filing. 1. Signature Events require substantial financial organizational follow-up to adequately track ticket sales, merchandise sales, and donations. 2. Coordinate with Calendar Production team on logistics of photo shoot, which requires specific payments and insurance. • Prepare monthly financial reporting and present to Board via written materials and presentations at monthly meetings. • Manage liability insurance requests for fundraising partners who require an association as “additional insured.” Title: Board Treasurer Time Commitment: Averages 30 hours per month, with seasonal increases and decreases. Some evenings and weekends required. Must be 21 years or older (due to event venues). Attendance at monthly Board meetings requested (usually from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m.). Compensation: This is a board-level volunteer position. No compensation is provided. How to Apply: The deadline to apply is April, 28, 2017. Please submit resume and cover letter by email to Tim Schuetz, Executive Director, to: tschuetz@cofirefightercalendar.org. Please include CFC Board Treasurer in the subject line. No phone calls, please. For additional information about CFC, please visit cofirefightercalendar.org.

Summer Facilitator for Transform Youth Program

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
Building Bridges
Job posted on:
22 Mar 2017
Job starts on:
29 Jun 2017
Contact Name:
Liz Hamel
Email:
Phone:
720-382-3010
Fax:
 
Address:
PO Box 101958, Denver, Colorado 80250
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Building Bridges equips young people with the leadership and communication skills to address root causes of hatred, discrimination, and violence. In addition to supporting our mission, facilitator applicants should: -Be over 18 years of age -Demonstrate emotional intelligence and emotional maturity -Demonstrate strong communication skills -Have a positive attitude -Be responsible and dependable -Be a team player AND also have the ability to work independently -Be able to accept and integrate feedback -Be flexible and able to change with the needs/flow of the program -Be committed to working towards more just and inclusive communities and understand that this means different things to different people -Attend the facilitator program in full, from June 29-July 4 and July 7-22 -Attend scheduled activities and all facilitator meetings during the Transform Summer Intensive -Be able to work in the unique nature of a residential program Full application packet available at: bit.ly/FacilitateTransformInfo2017
General Job Description:
BUILDING BRIDGES Founded in 1994, Building Bridges brings together young people across divisions and equips them with the leadership and communication skills to address root causes of hatred, discrimination, and violence. Alumni describe their experience with Building Bridges as life-changing. Many continue to be involved in social change efforts locally and around the world. TRANSFORM 2017-2018 Building Bridges: Transform, now in its third year, brings together 50 young women from across Metro Denver for a full year of dynamic and meaningful experiences. Together they develop self-awareness, authentic relationships, and leadership skills. Participants connect with others who are both alike and different from them to transform divisions, discrimination, and conflict in their lives and communities. Transform Summer Facilitator Program The success of the Transform Program depends on the critical role of a diverse, experienced, and skilled facilitator team. We prioritize facilitator training as a key program area that creates mutual benefits for the organization, individual facilitators, and the community. Building Bridges’ facilitator programming creates transformative spaces for adults to develop, build relationships, and gain lifelong skills that can be used in various personal and professional settings. Program Dates The Building Bridges: Transform Summer Facilitator Program commitment is from June 29 to July 22, 2017 and includes: • Facilitator Training: June 29-July 4 in Silverthorne, Colorado • Summer Intensive: July 7-21 at Magic Sky Ranch in Red Feather Lakes, Colorado • Facilitator Closing: July 22 in Denver, Colorado Compensation and Benefits • A stipend ranging from $1200-$1500 • Meals and lodging during the Facilitator Training (June 29-July 4) and the Summer Intensive (July 7-July 21) • Professional development including extensive facilitator training and direct experience • Support and supervision from experienced Building Bridges staff/lead facilitators • A unique and transformative experience as part of a facilitator team • Certificate of completion How to Apply -Full application packet available at: bit.ly/FacilitateTransformInfo2017 -Please submit your completed application as soon as possible, by ONE of the following ways: 1. Fill out the application online at this link: bit.ly/FacilitateTransform2017 2. Download the fillable form at bit.ly/FacilitateTransformInfo2017. Email a digital version of the completed application to Liz@buildingbridgesshift.org with the Subject line: Facilitator Application (Your Name). 3. Download the fillable form at bit.ly/FacilitateTransformInfo2017. Complete and mail a paper version to: Building Bridges PO Box 101958 Denver, CO 80250 Applications due on April 5 by 8 pm. www.buildingbridgesshift.org

Director of Development

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
The Arc - Jefferson, Clear Creek & Gilpin Counties
Job posted on:
21 Mar 2017
Job starts on:
01 May 2017
Contact Name:
Genni Williams
Email:
Phone:
3032321338
Fax:
3032329370
 
Address:
13949 W. Colfax Ave, Ste 150, Lakewood, Colorado 80401
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
General Job Description:
The Arc – Jefferson, Clear Creek & Gilpin Counties (The Arc) is pleased to announce that we are seeking applicants for the full time position of Development Director.

As a local chapter of The Arc, we are a nonprofit organization dedicated to creating opportunities for people with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, and other intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) so that they can lead full and satisfying lives in their communities. The Arc is here to provide direct advocacy, resources, education and community that empower people to achieve their dreams. We serve individuals of all ages who reside in our tri-county area, assisting them and their caregivers with a wide variety of issues, including those related to education, health care, residential options, employment, legal concerns, and systems navigation, as well as social, recreational, and religious inclusion. For more information, visit www.arcjc.org.

The Development Director will be part of The Arc’s Development Team, working collaboratively with the Development & Events Manager and the Communications & eContent Director, as well as the Executive Director, to whom this position reports. The Development Director is responsible for the planning, implementation, and execution of all fundraising and development activities for the organization.

After first dedicating development resources in a part-time capacity in 2006, The Arc is excited to be able to expand our development work through a dedicated full-time position that will strengthen and grow our development program. The Development Director will promote and support giving through a variety of channels, including special events, peer-to-peer fundraising, monthly giving, major gifts, planned giving, sponsorship, and grant-seeking.

The ideal candidate will have:

• Experience with many areas of development and fundraising • A passion for developing relationships with stakeholders • Excitement to build a robust development program • Strong computer and organizational skills to manage behind-the-scenes development needs • Excellent communication skills, especially writing and story-telling

The Development Director, along with all staff at The Arc, must embody the organization’s Core Values and Guiding Principles and infuse them into all aspects of his or her work. (Available at www.arcjc.org-->What We Believe)

Visit http://www.arcjc.org/whoweare/employment.html to view additional information about this position.

Executive Director - CHAC Gallery

Job Type:
Director
Agency:
CHAC (Chicano Humanities & Arts Council)
Job posted on:
20 Mar 2017
Job starts on:
01 May 2017
Contact Name:
Monica Valdez
Email:
Phone:
3035710440
Fax:
 
Address:
772 Santa Fe Dr, Denver, Colorado 80204
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
POSITION SUMMARY - EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR The Executive Director is the key management leader of CHAC. The Executive Director is responsible for overseeing the administration, programs, and strategic plan of the organization. Other key duties include fundraising, marketing, and community outreach. The position reports directly to the Board of Directors. JOB RESPONSIBILITIES - Planning and operation of annual budget. - Establishing employment and administrative policies and procedures for all functions and for the day-to-day operation of the nonprofit. - Serving as CHAC’s primary spokesperson to the organization’s constituents, the media and the general public. - Establish and maintain relationships with various organizations throughout the city and state and utilize those relationships to strategically enhance CHAC’s Mission. - Report to and work closely with the Board of Directors to seek their involvement in policy decisions, fundraising and to increase the overall visibility of the organization. - Supervise, collaborate with organization staff. - Strategic planning and implementation. - Oversee organization Board and committee meetings. - Oversee marketing and other communications efforts. - Review and approve contracts for services. - Other duties as assigned by the Board of Directors. -----------See a full description of this position at:-----------http://www.chacweb.org/2017/03/now-hiring-executive-director/
General Job Description:
HOW TO APPLY: No phone calls please. This position is part-time with an average commitment of 20-25 hours per week. Salary is commensurate with experience and other qualifications. Please send your cover letter, including salary requirements, and your resume to the CHAC Board of Directors at chacgallery@gmail.com.

Sales/Outreach Associate

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
Artisans Thrive by Women's Partnership Market
Job posted on:
18 Mar 2017
Job starts on:
01 May 2017
Contact Name:
Women's Partnership Market
Email:
Phone:
2546449647
Fax:
 
Address:
2394 S. Lincoln St., Denver, Colorado 80210
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
For consideration, please send your CV and a brief paragraph of why you’re interested in this position, what makes you qualified, and how long you can commitment to info@wpmarket.org. Applicants are encouraged to apply quickly. Applicants will be accepted until the position is filled.
General Job Description:
Position: Sales Associate (part-time; averaging 10 hours/week) Duration: April 2017 start (at least a 9-month commitment is required (through December 31 2017)) Compensation: Paid Location: Denver Metropolitan Area, Colorado About Us: Female economic empowerment is a catalyst for sustainable community development and reduced poverty. Founded on this belief, WPMarket accelerates female artisans and the grassroots organizations working with them in developing countries. We primarily do so by developing products, training artisans, and sourcing clients’ unique, high-quality products to a global market and then investing a portion of the sales back into our partners to continue life-changing programming. As a result, 70% of all sales go to women worldwide. \Learn more about us at www.wpmarket.org. About the Position: WPMarket is an exciting established organization that’s looking to expand our reach and presence in Denver and surrounding areas, and we’ve gotten the energy behind us to do so! This is your chance to get involved and help build our organization. We are looking for a part-time Sales Associate. This position is expected to work roughly 10 hours per week, largely running events and other sales activities (e.g., pop-ups and wholesale development) in the Denver/Boulder area. Events are largely held on the weekends, and while he/she will not need to be available to work every event or weekend, he/she should be available at least two weekends per month. He/she will take direction from the Co-Founders and Managing Director but will need to manage him/herself, creating and meeting his/her own goals that contribute to the business’ along the way. He/she will have a training and trial period before managing events on his/her own. Tasks include but are not limited to: Events Management Setting up, managing, and taking down the WPMarket event booth. Interfacing with customers and telling the WPMarket story. Recording sales and managing money including depositing cash into bank account. Reporting on event activities, changes in inventory, etc. to team members. Overseeing the event schedule with team members. Identifying new events and assisting with application processes. Updating the events display/setup. Cultivating new relationships around town. Additional tasks as needed. Inventory and Order Management Holding the inventory. Picking-up new inventory from partners in Denver and/or receiving (via shipment) inventory from international partners. Tagging inventory, ordering new tags when needed. Tracking inventory, alerting team to when more is need more. Facilitating payments to partners in coordination with team members. Fulfilling online orders in a timely fashion. Additional tasks as needed. Additional Sales Responsibilities Developing relationships/opportunities for pop-up shops. Developing relationships/opportunities for wholesale opportunities. Exploring trade shows and helping prepare us. Assisting with photoshoots. About You: Live in the Denver/Boulder area. Experience in sales, retail, and/or customer service. Interested and ideally has a background in business. Enjoys talking to and working with people. Self-starter, takes initiative. Able to manage one’s self. Able to lift at least 50 lbs. Have reliable access to a large enough car to transport materials and be able to man events around the Denver/Boulder area as needed. (Mid-sized cars will be considered, but cars with large trunks like station wagons or SUVS are preferable.) Have reliable access to your own smartphone with the savviness to post about our events on social media. Commitment to the mission and social enterprise model. Strong sense of integrity and honesty. Sense of humor. Compensation: This position is paid hourly not to exceed 10 hours per week. The rate will be depending on experience. Additionally, a percentage of sales sold may also be included.

Executive Director

Job Type:
Director
Agency:
Baroque Chamber Orchestra of Colorado
Job posted on:
18 Mar 2017
Job starts on:
01 Jul 2017
Contact Name:
Michael Schlut
Email:
Phone:
303-864-1260
Fax:
 
Address:
1105 York St., #8, Denver, Colorado 80206
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Title: Executive Director Employee Classification: Half-time position, approximately 20 hours per week. Salary: $25,000-$30,000 based on education and experience. Job Summary: The Baroque Chamber Orchestra of Colorado (BCOC) is the premier historically informed performing ensemble in the Rocky Mountain Region, regularly attracting the leading early music performers from across the country. Now in its eleventh year, the organization is in midst of an exciting five-year growth plan and is seeking an Executive Director to help pursue new opportunities and expand its impact in the Rocky Mountain region and beyond. The executive director will be responsible for the development, implementation and expansion of the organization’s fundraising efforts, overseeing all business aspects of the organization, managing the day-to-day operations, and working closely with the board of directors and the artistic director on strategic planning. Our vision is to ultimately expand this half time position, increasing hours as the organization grows under the leadership of the executive director.
General Job Description:
Key Responsibilities: -Fundraising and Development: in collaboration with the board, the executive director will develop, implement, and expand the BCOC’s fundraising efforts and revenue generation through the cultivation of donors, ticket sales, grants, and other special campaigns. (60%) -Marketing and Promotion: The position will work to expand the BCOC’s audience and the ensemble’s regional and national profiles through the coordination of the organization’s marketing and promotion efforts. The executive director, in collaboration with the board, will develop creative approaches to attracting larger and more diverse audiences to BCOC performances. (30%) -Concert Production and Program Support: The executive director will coordinate and manage the production of concerts and other related events, in some cases with the help of volunteers and contracted staff. This includes organizing rehearsal and performance dates with various venues, coordinating musician travel, housing arrangements, and payment, and ensuring proper staffing at all events; and coordinating technical needs. (10%) Qualifications: -Undergraduate degree in the arts, business, or administration; and/or at least five years of professional experience in non-profit arts administration. -Proven experience and success in fundraising, grant writing, and marketing (both traditional approaches and with digital and social media). -Fluency on basic computer programs such as Microsoft Office and Quickbooks, with the ability to quickly learn and utilize other programs as necessary. -The ability to communicate effectively, including both verbally and in writing, and the ability to respond and communicate in a quick and efficient manner. -The ability to work as part of a team.

Health Case Manager

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

Activity Bus Driver

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
Arrupe Jesuit High School
Job posted on:
16 Mar 2017
Job starts on:
03 Apr 2017
Contact Name:
Eve Vaccaro
Email:
Phone:
3033495889
Fax:
 
Address:
4343 Utica Street, Denver, Colorado 80212
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Applicants must be responsible, have an excellent driving record and be willing to work with high school students. A commercial driver's license is not required.
General Job Description:
Arrupe Jesuit High School has an opening for a part time activity bus driver. Hours are Monday through Friday, 7:30AM-9:30AM and 3:30-5:30 PM. Applicants must be responsible, have an excellent driving record and be willing to work with high school students. A commercial driver's license is not required. If interested, please contact: Eve Vaccaro.

Substitute Shelter Coordinator

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
The Action Center
Job posted on:
15 Mar 2017
Job starts on:
10 Apr 2017
Contact Name:
jobs@theactioncenterco.org
Email:
Phone:
3032377704
Fax:
 
Address:
8755 W 14th Ave, Lakewood, Colorado 80215
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Part-time, substitute position Currently interviewing - please apply immediately if interested - but no later than March 31, 2017 •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 clients, volunteers, professional service provider staff, other staff and general public •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 – hours will vary; substitute primarily on holidays and weekends; some weekday coverage Shelter Hours of Operation: Mon -Thurs 5pm to 7am Fri - 5pm-8am Sun – all day (24 hrs) This position is not routinely assigned a shift, but provides coverage when regularly assigned staff are unable to work. Coverage is most often needed on holidays and occasional weekends. Supervise residents staying in the shelter, enforce shelter policy and procedures, maintain records, and ensure resident safety and the on-going positive conditions of 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 client conflicts and ensure client adherence to policies and procedures •Attend to all necessary operation tasks, such as completing house laundry, ensuring residents complete chores, supporting set-up and clean-up of meals, and facilitating residents’ program entry and exits. •Provide referrals to community service providers, such as the Department of Human Services, housing programs, employment assistance, mental health and educational institutions •Offer support and assistance with homeless specific issues to aid in client’s self-sufficiency •Assist with new incoming clients, including giving tours of the shelter, explaining procedures and distributing personal items •Enter client data in computer database: Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) •Assist clients with self-sufficiency processes, such as resume writing and job/housing searches •Complete shelter communication log throughout shift •Consult with the Manager of Shelter Programs in the event of crisis situations and emergencies

Part-Time Shelter Coordinator

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
The Action Center
Job posted on:
15 Mar 2017
Job starts on:
03 Apr 2017
Contact Name:
jobs@theactioncenterco.org
Email:
Phone:
3032377704
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 clients, volunteers, professional service provider staff, other staff and general public •Relate well to people with varied experiences and backgrounds •Experience and/or knowledge in conflict resolution •Ability to establish appropriate professional boundaries •Physical activity includes climbing stairs, lifting up to 25 pounds and standing for extended periods of time •Basic computer skills
General Job Description:
Part-time 8 hours/week: Thursday & Friday 5pm to 9pm Currently interviewing - please apply immediately to be considered, but no later than March 27, 2017 This part-time, non-exempt position supervises residents staying in the shelter, enforces shelter policy and procedures, maintains records, and ensures resident safety and the on-going positive conditions of the shelter facility. The work involves some physical activity including climbing stairs, being able to lift up to 25 pounds and stand for extended periods of time. •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 client conflicts and ensure client adherence to policies and procedures •Attend to all necessary operation tasks, such as completing house laundry, ensuring residents complete chores, supporting set-up and clean-up of meals, and facilitating residents’ program entry and exits. •Provide referrals to community service providers, such as the Department of Human Services, housing programs, employment assistance, mental health and educational institutions •Offer support and assistance with homeless specific issues to aid in client’s self-sufficiency •Assist with new incoming clients, including giving tours of the shelter, explaining procedures and distributing personal items •Enter client data in computer database: Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) •Assist clients with self-sufficiency processes, such as resume writing and job/housing searches •Complete shelter communication log throughout shift •Consult with the Manager of Shelter Programs in the event of crisis situations and emergencies

Development Coordinator, Grants and Communications

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
Metro Caring
Job posted on:
15 Mar 2017
Job starts on:
03 Apr 2017
Contact Name:
-N/A-
Email:
Phone:
(303) 860-7200
Fax:
(303) 860-7400
 
Address:
1100 E. 18th Ave., PO Box 300459, Denver, Colorado 80203
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Bachelor’s degree plus minimum of 2 years of successful development experience Proven success in fundraising activities and grant writing Outstanding written communication skills with ability to write for different audiences and for various purposes; technical, creative, and persuasive writing skills a must Self-starter, able to work independently, but also good judgement in seeking guidance and direction, and strong interest and ability to work collaboratively Ability to multi-task and balance multiple projects at once while meeting deadlines Strong organizational and analytical skills Proficient in data management, Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook), and donor databases Creative, yet meticulous and detail-oriented; adhering to timelines
General Job Description:
SUMMARY: Under the direction of the Vice President of Development and Communications, the Development Coordinator, Grants and Communications will be responsible for meeting or exceeding budgeted annual revenue from foundations through grant writing. In addition, the position will assist with writing corporate proposals and revenue generating appeals. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Acquires and maintains sound knowledge of the organization to generate revenue through the timely submission of well-researched, well-written and well-documented grants, fundraising proposals, and direct-mail campaigns; Researches, explores, and cultivates new funding opportunities from government agencies and private, corporate, faith-based, and family foundations; Maintains a grant calendar to ensure timely submission of letters of inquiry, proposal deadlines, and reports; Accurately tracks all proposal and grant activity, and prepares monthly reports for the Board of Trustees; Complies with all grant reporting and evaluations as required by foundation and corporate donors; Ensures prompt acknowledgement of foundation gifts; Maintains accurate database records of corporate and private foundation donor files; Works closely with the Controller to ensure fund accounting standards and grant restrictions are tracked met; Writes direct mail campaigns and other revenue-generating appeals; Develops outcome-measurement systems for reporting the organization’s impact to constituents; Other duties as assigned.

Man. of Individual Giving, Faith Comm. Engagement

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
Metro Caring
Job posted on:
13 Mar 2017
Job starts on:
03 Apr 2017
Contact Name:
-N/A-
Email:
Phone:
(303) 860-7200
Fax:
(303) 860-7400
 
Address:
1100 E. 18th Ave., PO Box 300459, Denver, Colorado 80203
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
In addition to commitment for the goals and mission of Metro Caring and an entrepreneurial spirit for finding resources and generating community support, the ideal candidate will have the following qualifications: Outgoing personality and ability to initiate and enjoy direct communication with donors and potential donors; customer-service oriented; able to plan and solicit donations, identify donor interests and challenges; Proven ability and comfort using vernacular familiar to people of faith; Skilled at establishing and cultivating strong relationships with diverse constituents; Strategic thinking with a growth mindset; Outstanding public speaking ability; Ability to network, persuade, and prospect; Excellent written skills; Ability to demonstrate and set standards for professionalism in appearance and interactions; Superb organization skills and detail orientation with strong follow-through and the ability to meet tight deadlines; Demonstrated knowledge of Excel and Word; familiarity with fundraising databases a plus.
General Job Description:
Under the direction of the Vice President of Development and Communications, the Manager of Individual Giving and Faith Community Engagement is responsible for meeting or exceeding budgeted annual revenue from individual donors (<$2,500, annually) and faith communities. JOB RESPONSIBILITIES: Grow annual revenue from individuals donors who currently give less than $2,500 and lead all stages of engagement including: strategy, implementation, donor identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship; Oversee individual giving programs including direct mail campaigns, online giving (ColoradoGives, Amazon Smile, etc.), stock transfers, car donations, and Denver Enterprise Zone tax credits; Develop donor retention plan through a giving society, and inspire current and new donors to participate. Plan will include appreciation and recognition process, and ensure a high quality donor experience; Create and execute a planned giving program, including identifying prospect pools, developing a comprehensive communication and solicitation strategy, and creation of print and electronic materials; Cultivate prospective donors by conducting tours and site visits; assists current donors in becoming next-level contributors; Grow and steward a portfolio of faith communities to meet revenue goals; execute strategies that include grants, special offerings, tithing, budgeted monthly giving, food drives, and volunteer opportunities; Create compelling and educational content for newsletters, online publications, bulletins, and presentations. Manage donor acknowledgement activities for individuals and faith communities according Metro Caring’s gift processing policy; Promote organization at area speaking engagements including corporate worship gatherings and adult forums. TO APPLY: Send cover letter and resume to job@MetroCaring.org by March 24, 2017. Include Manager of Individual Giving and Faith Community Engagement in subject line. Only those candidates who are selected for interviews will be contacted. No phone calls, please.

Extension FLTI Assistant Program Coordinator

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
Colorado State Univ/Family Leadership Training Ins
Job posted on:
10 Mar 2017
Job starts on:
07 Apr 2017
Contact Name:
Jan Carroll
Email:
Phone:
970-491-6102
Fax:
n/a
 
Address:
State Extension Administration Office, Fort Collins, Colorado 80523
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE REQUIRED: • Completed bachelor’s degree. Degree must have been conferred in social work, human development, education or closely related field. • Course work and/or professional experience must provide a broad and significant understanding of family engagement and/or civic engagement. • Three years or more experience with leadership, family and community education, or civic engagement initiatives. • Demonstrated skill working with people as individuals, and in groups, and the ability to develop and maintain relationships with local FLTI sites, FLTI alumni, and other professionals and organizations to accomplish goals. • Demonstrated computer literacy, including experience working with Microsoft Office, social media platforms, and other computer based programs such as Form Site, Survey Monkey, Drop Box, One Drive, and/or Mail Chimp. • Evidence of drive and initiative. Must be a self-starter. • Ability to communicate through digital relationships, public speaking/presentation and writing as demonstrated through application materials and experience. • Personal or professional commitment to diversity as demonstrated by persistent effort, active planning, allocation of resources and/or accountability for diversity outcomes. • Demonstrated leadership ability. • Understanding of different ethnic and socioeconomic audiences, a commitment to include diverse voices in engagement planning, and a commitment to developing and delivering both inclusive and targeted programming. • 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: • Experience with Colorado Family Leadership Training Institute (FLTI) as a graduate of the program, a staff member, or a volunteer. • Ability to speak Spanish.
General Job Description:
Extension FLTI Assistant Program Coordinator State Extension Administration Office Campus, Fort Collins, Colorado This position is grant-funded. FLTI is a community-based program that utilizes an evidence-based curriculum whereby participants learn about child development, leadership, and civics in order to be effective leaders on behalf of children. The curriculum is a 20-session program that also features an intensive retreat, a Day-At-The-Capitol, completion of a community leadership project, offered at no cost to participants. The class meets once a week for four hours of adult-learning based instruction. Several sessions and class discussions focus on child development, nutrition, and preventative health care. FLTI trains families to understand how local policies affect the wellness of children and how families can take an active role in policy and program development, implementation and evaluation. FLTI targets families who demonstrate a readiness to make positive change in their community for children. Based on data from FLTI pilot communities, participants range in age from 13 to 65 and have included single parents, fathers, grandparents, blended families, foster parents, homeless individuals and individuals without children. Current FLTI data show participants’’ educational experiences range from non-high school graduates to advanced degrees. Twenty percent of participants report incomes less than $20,000 with another twenty percent having incomes greater than $80,000. The office for this position is in the State Extension Administration Office in University Square, 1311 South College Avenue, Fort Collins, CO. APPLICATION PROCESS AND DEADLINE: All materials must be RECEIVED no later than 11:59 PM Mountain Time on Thursday April 6, 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 Jan Carroll, search chair, at 970-491-6201 or jan.carroll@colostate.edu. PURPOSE OF POSITION: Provide continual education, mentoring, and coaching from a “family perspective” to Family Leadership Training Institute (FLTI) of Colorado sites (11 FLTI sites are currently offering 14 separate classes, which includes two youth classes. The projected number of graduates in 2016 will be close to 200). FLTI trains family leaders and connects them to leadership opportunities so that they may improve the health and well-being of children, youth and families throughout Colorado. This position is the education resource for site selection, community integration, and program implementation for sites considering adopting FLTI, and sites currently running the 20-week program. For example, this position created, updates, and provides the Site Implementation Guide and teaches integration of best practices regarding collaborating with families from diverse backgrounds to assure cultural relevance throughout the FLTI process. This position participates with FLTI team in coordinating annual events and supporting activities. The individual in this position works as an assistant state coordinator with a statewide team of program staff, site coordinators, facilitators and a growing number of alumni and community partners. The individual is a representative of both FLTI and Colorado State University Extension, meeting with local and state elected officials (including county commissioners, school board members, and city council representatives, members of Congress, the State Attorney General, and others). Extension’s FLTI Project Coordinator provides guidance and supervision. This position must be able to perform work and solve problems independently. Using his/her knowledge of the FLTI curriculum, this position must be able to provide recommendations and program fidelity expertise to a variety of stakeholders across Colorado. DECISION MAKING: The FLTI Assistant State Program Coordinator will work independently under the general supervision of the FLTI State Coordinator. S/he will gather and report outcomes associated with program responsibilities. S/he chooses with whom to work, what resources to use, which learning/teaching strategies will meet site needs, what cost recovery is possible, and how to engage volunteers and partners. S/he is responsible for developing and maintaining relationships with community partners including families, businesses, faith leaders, elected officials, community organizers, state and local government, and philanthropists. S/he independently manages her time, scheduling programming and events to meet participant and partner availability and preferences. S/he will be responsible for a programmatic budget of approximately $20-25,000 per year under the general supervision of the State FLTI Program Coordinator with whom s/he will consult if/when questions arise. EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE REQUIRED: • Completed bachelor’s degree. Degree must have been conferred in social work, human development, education or closely related field. • Course work and/or professional experience must provide a broad and significant understanding of family engagement and/or civic engagement. • Three years or more experience with leadership, family and community education, or civic engagement initiatives. • Demonstrated skill working with people as individuals, and in groups, and the ability to develop and maintain relationships with local FLTI sites, FLTI alumni, and other professionals and organizations to accomplish goals. • Demonstrated computer literacy, including experience working with Microsoft Office, social media platforms, and other computer based programs such as Form Site, Survey Monkey, Drop Box, One Drive, and/or Mail Chimp. • Evidence of drive and initiative. Must be a self-starter. • Ability to communicate through digital relationships, public speaking/presentation and writing as demonstrated through application materials and experience. • Personal or professional commitment to diversity as demonstrated by persistent effort, active planning, allocation of resources and/or accountability for diversity outcomes. • Demonstrated leadership ability. • Understanding of different ethnic and socioeconomic audiences, a commitment to include diverse voices in engagement planning, and a commitment to developing and delivering both inclusive and targeted programming. • 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: • Experience with Colorado Family Leadership Training Institute (FLTI) as a graduate of the program, a staff member, or a volunteer. • Ability to speak Spanish. ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES: Program Planning, Development, Delivery, Evaluation and Reporting: 70% • Teach, mentor, and coach local sites (currently 11 implementing 14 cohorts) as they plan, implement, and evaluate the FLTI in communities across Colorado. • Plan and coordinate state efforts to ensure fidelity to the research-based curriculum. This includes training facilitators (currently twice/year) and providing on-going education and coaching for maximum program effectiveness. • Manage communication between and among local sites to assure curriculum fidelity and program effectiveness. For example, contact is provided as needed and includes monthly site coordinator calls, weekly office hours (by phone), site visits, and host agency meetings. Visits to all FLTI sites were coordinated in 2016 to inform sustainability planning including alumni activities. • Oversee design, planning and implementation of statewide FLTI programs and events, including Day at the Capitol. • Provide leadership and assistance with other activities as assigned by the FLTI State Coordinator, including potential design and integration of additional FLTI programs (currently in pilot: youth/two gen and children’s leadership training institute). • Assure the potential and current FLTI sites have access to all relevant and/or required resources and curriculum materials. This included graduation certificates signed by dignitaries (currently CSUVPE and Governor Hickenlooper). • Contribute to the generation and maintenance of information, resources and announcements for the FLTI website. Note: Percentage of job assigned to this duty may be changed as the program develops. Program Administration/Technical Oversight: 20% • Provide oversight and regular verbal and written feedback for 11 - 15 sites in local communities across Colorado. One site coordinator and four site facilitators staff each site. • Provide guidance and resources to local FLTI sites regarding the development of their local Civic Design Team (CDT), including composition, organization, plan of work, etc. • Understand and promote Family Leadership principles and practices. Note: Percentage of job assigned to this duty may be changed as the program develops. Initiate and Develop Relationships and Partnerships: 10% • Promote FLTI through coaching and providing guidance for local meetings and events. Present at local “Taste of FLTI” events as communities are considering adopting the program. • As needed, attend stakeholder meetings and communicate with agency officials to serve as an education resource for site selection, community integration, and program implementation when exploring adopting FLTI in their area, • Assure diverse perspectives are represented in all FLTI sites regarding composition of staff, CDT, and participants. • Assure compliance with civil rights and affirmative action policies including reaching out to underserved and underrepresented audiences. Note: Percentage of job assigned to this duty may be changed as the program develops. SALARY: Salary range is $39,500 - $49.500. Starting salary will be commensurate with education and experience. 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/42739. #06-17 Deadline 11:59 pm Mountain Time 4/06/2017

Education Coordinator

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
The Hudson Gardens & Event Center
Job posted on:
10 Mar 2017
Job starts on:
01 Apr 2017
Contact Name:
Amanda Accamando
Email:
Phone:
303-797-8565
Fax:
303-797-8647
 
Address:
6115 South Santa Fe Dr, Littleton, Colorado 80120
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Qualifications: Education: Bachelor’s degree preferred. Educational background in education, environmental science, or related field preferred. Experience: 2+ years of experience working with children or working in a non-formal education setting. Certificates, Licenses and Registrations: Valid Colorado driver’s license and clean motor vehicle record, access to a motor vehicle, personal motor vehicle insurance,CPR/First Aid Certification.
General Job Description:
The Education Coordinator will be primarily responsible for coordinating daily operations of Hudson Gardens’ field trip programming and serving as the main customer service representative for all educational programming. This position will also provide logistical and development support to all aspects of educational programming, including, but not limited to, field trips, family programs, adult classes, outreach and special events.

School Partners Program Manager

Job Type:
Other Manager (CFO, Marketing, etc)
Agency:
Denver Public Schools Foundation
Job posted on:
09 Mar 2017
Job starts on:
01 May 2017
Contact Name:
Kim Martinez
Email:
Phone:
720-423-3553
Fax:
 
Address:
1860 Lincoln St 9th Fl, Denver, Colorado 80203
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Please see full job description for primary responsibilities, qualifications/skills and how to apply at https://dpsfoundation.org/who-we-are/careers/
General Job Description:
JOB SUMMARY The School Partners Program Manager is an integral member of the DPS Foundation team who initiates, implements and coordinates community partnerships, primarily between businesses and schools, to maximize the potential and opportunity for community engagement and support of DPS and DPS Foundation. This position reports to the Vice President of Marketing & Communications.

Director of Development

Job Type:
Director
Agency:
History Colorado
Job posted on:
09 Mar 2017
Job starts on:
01 May 2017
Contact Name:
Dany McCoy
Email:
Phone:
3038662136
Fax:
 
Address:
1200 Broadway, Denver, Colorado 80203-2109
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Must possess a Bachelor's Degree with at least 8 years of experience in the field. The successful candidate will have a proven record of meeting fundraising goals, managing a successful capital campaign, a comprehensive knowledge of fundraising strategies, and a proven record of directing successful campaign marketing and public relations funding programs for non-profits. HIGHLY DESIRABLE: Master's Degree or MBA. Must be able to build relationships with donors, sponsors and community partners. Considerable knowledge of strategic planning, budgeting, finance, market research, sales, marketing, member relationship management, people management, negotiation skills and techniques. Experience with data analysis and direct marketing. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with other departments, senior staff, current and prospective members, vendors, volunteers and committees. Strong written and oral communication skills. Proficiency in Microsoft Office is required; knowledge of The Raiser's Edge and Galaxy by Gateway are preferred. Special events experience is a plus. Integrity with proven leadership and management skills; problem solver and strategic thinker; budgeting and financial skills; the ability to integrate multiple fund raising activities to ensure accomplishment of HC goals; adept at coordinating and managing multiple tasks and projects concurrently.
General Job Description:
The Director of Development will report directly to the Executive Director of History Colorado and serves as a key leadership team member and an active participant in making strategic decisions affecting the organization. In partnership with the Executive Director, this position is responsible for all fundraising and development activities. The successful candidate will help forge new relationships to build History Colorado's visibility, impact, and financial resources. The Director of Development will design and implement a comprehensive plan for developing key external alliances by cultivating individual and philanthropic involvement and support. The Director of Development will have primary responsibility for establishing and implementing the infrastructure needed to grow annual support and meet a revenue goal for membership. Annual support will be comprised of the solicitation of major gifts, annual fund, federal and state grants, special events, and corporate and foundation support. S/he will expand and diversify History Colorado's donor base/pipeline and work closely with other team members to secure funding for new initiatives. In addition, the Director of Development will work closely with the board of directors and support board members as they take on a more active fundraising role. The Director of Development will supervise a team comprised of: Grants Manager, Database Manager, Executive Assistant, Associate Director of Major Gifts and the Membership & Guest Service Manager. Responsibilities Support and partner with the Executive Director and board members on all major fundraising initiatives. Expected to meet annual revenue targets by identifying, engaging, cultivating, and soliciting gifts from donors, thereby advancing History Colorado's mission. Actively work with the development team and senior staff to develop and implement a comprehensive development strategy to include corporate, foundation, government grants, etc. Ensure retention and growth of donor contributions. Have primary responsibility for development and execution of all proposals; write and archive all proposals with a long-term relationship-management approach. Oversee research funding sources and trends, with foresight, to help position HC get ahead of major funding changes or trends. Monitor all donor information; provide and present statistical analysis to board and senior leaders. Develop and implement a stewardship program aimed at cultivating deeper ties with donors. Identify, develop, mentor and report regularly on the progress of the development team, program and guest services. Application must be made through: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/colorado/jobs/1680148/director-of-development

Part Time Development Associate

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
Habitat for Humanity of the St. Vrain Valley
Job posted on:
01 Mar 2017
Job starts on:
03 Apr 2017
Contact Name:
John Lovell
Email:
Phone:
303-682-2485
Fax:
 
Address:
303 Atwood Street, Longmont, Colorado 80501
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Basic Job Requirements: ? Attention to detail a must ? Strong written skills in the English language a must ? Creativity and design sense are important ? Marketing experience is desirable ? Experience working with Microsoft Power Point, Word and Publisher required ? Experience with Salesforce, Constant Contact and Square Space desirable ? Additional computer skills in Adobe Photoshop, InDesign or Elements are desirable ? Ability to speak and write in Spanish is a plus ? Valid Driver’s License and ability to meet Habitat’s insurance requirements Education and/or Experience: ? Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree ? 2-3 years directly related experience; or equivalent combination of education and experience Other Desired Skills or Requirements: ? Organizational Ability: Demonstrated skill in organizing and tracking multiple activities or projects simultaneously. Skilled at working through others to make sure that deadlines are met with quality results. This is a requirement for this position. ? Reasoning Ability: Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral or diagram form. Ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations. ? Other Skills and Abilities: Flexibility in dealing with multiple activities and projects. Ability to resolve conflict and work effectively with diverse personalities. Ability to direct other employees and volunteers to complete activities without direct reporting authority. ? Support of the Habitat for Humanity Mission: Candidate must be able to demonstrate a commitment to the philosophy of Habitat for Humanity in building homes in partnership with the homeowner and with volunteers. Support Affiliates Mission and Foundational Principles (See Attached Document).
General Job Description:
Grant Writing Support: - Manage the Grants Submission and Reporting Dashboard - Track submissions and results of all grant activities - Assure all materials and reports are gathered and submitted for grant compliance - Gather materials to submit grants as needed Event Planning and Execution: - Manage special events including the Mud Hen 5K, golf tournaments, ground blessings, home dedications, and major donor events - Drive participation in all special events of the organization - Recruit and manage volunteers to plan and execute events - Assist in soliciting financial support and in-kind donations for various events Donor Communications: - Prepare gift acknowledgement letters, Board Thank You notes, New Donor Letters, Anniversary Cards, and make Thank You calls - Manage the planning and implementation of direct mailings and newsletters - Update social media at least weekly - Update website as needed Database support: - Data entry of donations and maintenance of contact files - Building queries and reports as needed Other Duties: - Provide support in preparing monthly and yearly fundraising reports - Provide fundraising support, including donor and prospect research - Ability to work occasional weekends or evenings to cover events or related activities

Director of Donor Relations

Job Type:
Director
Agency:
American Red Cross
Job posted on:
01 Mar 2017
Job starts on:
17 Apr 2017
Contact Name:
Cindy Ferris
Email:
Phone:
202-303-4146
Fax:
 
Address:
444 Sherman Street, Denver, Colorado 80203
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience required; advanced degree highly preferred Minimum of 7 years’ major gifts leadership experience with an established track record of proactively growing philanthropic revenue from diverse constituencies; corporate and/or B2B sales leadership experience may substitute for fundraising experience Significant expertise with Denver’s funding community highly desirable Knowledge of Microsoft Office and fundraising database systems (e.g., Raiser’s Edge or Salesforce.com) Exemplary commitment to collaborative leadership with heavy focus on customer service and relating well with multiple constituencies
General Job Description:
You will engage in relationships with corporate and foundation donors, while having a significant amount of opportunity to develop giving strategies. Assist corporations in achieving their goals in strengthening their brand, marketing, and employee engagement by being proficient at clearly articulating Red Cross programs, listening to corporations' needs and aligning programs to their interests, researching of foundations' interests, preparing grant proposals, and engaging foundation staff and foundation board members to cultivate and solicit support for the American Red Cross. Ensure retention and growth of donor contributions. Meet or exceed a minimum annual fundraising target of $700,000, including renewable gifts and new incremental revenue, adjusting as necessary in the event of major domestic disasters. Design and disseminate customized solicitation strategies targeting organizational objectives and donor interests in partnership with cross-departmental teams; maintain up-to-date donor records in region/chapter database following donor contact.

Program Manager

Job Type:
Other Manager (CFO, Marketing, etc)
Agency:
Denver Metro Leadership Foundation
Job posted on:
01 Mar 2017
Job starts on:
17 Apr 2017
Contact Name:
Stephanie Samano
Email:
Phone:
3036208021
Fax:
 
Address:
1445 Market Street, Denver, Colorado 80202
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
JOB REQUIREMENTS Minimum Qualifications: Experience - Demonstrated experience in facilitation/classroom teaching skills. Ability to deliver clear content, assess the needs of the participants, and respond to dynamic experiential learning challenges. Adept at a variety of learning delivery methods. - Three-to-five years of experience in program management, program design, or community outreach. - Demonstrated experience in developing concepts and strategies for new program development and curriculum design. - Excellent organizational and project management skills with success keeping initiatives on track and on budget. - Strong communication and relationship-building skills. Preferred Qualifications: Experience - Demonstrated success at developing and executing innovative experiential learning programs. - Strong and demonstrated connection to the Leadership Foundation and its mission and the ability to articulate that passion to others. - Tech savvy and systems understanding. SKILLS: Excellent writing and editing skills across a variety of communication platforms. Excellent presentation and oral communication skills. Content curation skills. Working knowledge and experience securing and negotiating sponsorships. Project management, including budget development and oversight. Ability to operate as an effective tactical thinker as well as a strategic thinker. Energetic, flexible, collaborative, and proactive; a team leader who can positively and productively impact both strategic and tactical initiatives. Strong team leadership skills and engagement. Detail-oriented individual with the ability to manage multiple projects, priorities, and deadlines. Awareness and understanding of key Denver Metro area community challenges. Commitment to diversity and inclusion. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: None EQUIPMENT TO BE USED: Computer, scanner, digital camera, projection unit, printers, copier, phone. WORKING CONDITIONS: Normal business office environment. Must be able to travel efficiently to off-site meeting locations throughout the Metro Denver area; must also be able to travel out of state as needed. This individual will need to work outside the 8-5 pm weekday to staff events. These off-hour occasions are typically planned and known well in advance. TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Must be able to lift up to 25 pounds. Intensive use of computer.
General Job Description:
The Denver Metro Chamber Leadership Foundation (Leadership Foundation) delivers high quality programs that educate and inspire leaders to engage in issues critical to the region’s success. The Leadership Foundation, an affiliate organization of the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce (Chamber), educates and inspires people who want to make a difference as leaders in the community through a portfolio of leadership programs, including Leadership Denver, Access Denver, the Leadership Exchange, Impact Denver, Colorado Experience, the Leadership Alumni Network, and the Colorado Leadership Alliance. POSITION SUMMARY: This position will manage and administer, in partnership with the respective Program Directors, the Access Denver, Impact Denver and Colorado Leadership Alliance (CLA) programs. Work on other Foundation programs and projects as directed. Represent the programs to the Denver Metro Chamber Leadership Foundation Board of Directors, committees and the community at large. JOB RESPONSIBILITES ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: 1. Responsible for leadership program planning by identifying the most compelling content, using innovative instructional design, in collaboration with Program Directors. Tasks include; content research and issue identification/prioritization, budgetary planning, volunteer coordination, marketing, research, participant application/selection process, speaker coordination, fundraising coordination, logistical planning and program staff oversight for Impact Denver, Access Denver and CLA. 2. Identify the best instructional methods to meet programmatic objectives and participant needs. 3. Serve as facilitator of each session which can include speaker introductions, participatory learning exercises, facilitating Q&A and managing small and large group processes. 4. Active fundraising, including recruitment and management of corporate sponsors as well as managing grants and pursuing new grant opportunities. Responsible for sponsorship communication, tracking and benefit fulfillment. 5. Provide analysis and evaluation on programs and community impact for Executive Director and Board of Directors. 6. Current and prospective program participant, speaker, partner and sponsor communications. 7. Maintain and execute program recruitment strategies for Access Denver, Impact Denver and CLA in collaboration with the marketing and communications staff. 8. Develop mutually beneficial partnership opportunities with local nonprofits. 9. Perform other responsibilities as needed and assigned.

President

Job Type:
Other Manager (CFO, Marketing, etc)
Agency:
CareerWise Colorado
Job posted on:
27 Feb 2017
Job starts on:
01 Apr 2017
Contact Name:
Lauren
Email:
Phone:
3033614964
Fax:
3033615964
 
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

Executive Director

Job Type:
Director
Agency:
The GrowHaus
Job posted on:
24 Feb 2017
Job starts on:
01 Apr 2017
Contact Name:
Liliana Flores-Amaro
Email:
Phone:
7205154751
Fax:
 
Address:
4751 York St, Denver, Colorado 80216
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
QUALIFICATIONS: • Bilingual in English/Spanish required • Demonstrated proven leadership success, including strong fundraising, financial management, staff management and supervisory experience • Experience working with Board members, community partners and other volunteers and stakeholders • Willingness to work flexible hours to support the work of the organization • Advanced degree or equivalent experience • Background check and references required KEY COMPETENCIES: • Commitment to and understanding of The GrowHaus’ mission • Outstanding leadership skills, strategic thinking, and planning • Commitment to building a diverse staff and working with a diverse community • Strong interpersonal skills, ability to manage others and build teams • Proficiency in all aspects of fundraising, major gifts and donor cultivation • Strong networking, partnership and relationship-building skills • Ability to handle multiple responsibilities, prioritize work, solve problems, and operate under time and work volume pressure • Inspirational, innovative and dynamic energy with a passion for nonprofit work
General Job Description:
SUMMARY: The CEO/Executive Director provides overall leadership and management to support the vision and mission of The GrowHaus. The organization is located in northeast Denver, has an operating budget of over $1 million, and a staff of 25 dedicated professionals. It is currently in the beginning stages of implementing a five-year strategic plan, and will be undertaking a significant capital campaign to complete renovations of the current facility. Duties include working with the Board of Directors to establish the vision and strategic direction of The GrowHaus, working with The GrowHaus’ directors to implement the strategic plan,, working to develop the resources and operational capacity to deliver on that plan, and overseeing the financial management of the organization. The CEO/Executive Director also ensures quality programming, cost-effective management of The GrowHaus’ operations, and excellent internal and external communications. The CEO/Executive Director serves as the chief liaison with community groups, developing effective partnerships throughout the Metro Denver Area and nationally.

Director of Development

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
Colorado Water Trust
Job posted on:
21 Feb 2017
Job starts on:
01 May 2017
Contact Name:
Megan Begley
Email:
Phone:
720-570-2897
Fax:
 
Address:
1420 Ogden Street, Suite A2, Denver, Colorado 80218
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Qualifications • Development/Fundraising: More than five years of development experience in the nonprofit sector with a focus on individual giving and/or donor relations, with a history of both developing and implementing strategies to increase donor engagement. • Relationship Building: Skilled at establishing and cultivating strong relationships across all levels of an organization and externally. • Communications: Skilled in creating powerful, compelling written and oral communications for fundraising. Ability to convey complex ideas through brief, simple materials. • Project Leadership: Experience in planning, leading, and managing development projects, including coordinating staff and a Board of Directors to achieve desired outcomes, and tracking and reporting on progress. • Entrepreneurial Spirit: Takes initiative and actively seeks to deepen current donor relationships and to forge new ones. Demonstrated commitment to a results-oriented culture. • Collaboration: Effective at working with others to reach common goals and objectives. • Wisdom and verve: Knowing the right time to do the right thing in the right way, gained from the melding of knowledge and experience. • Education: Bachelors degree (required), Masters or other graduate degree (a plus).
General Job Description:
Organization Founded in 2001, the Colorado Water Trust’s mission is to restore flows to Colorado’s rivers in need. We do this by working with willing participants, providing the funds, support, and technical and legal expertise required to put water back in our dry rivers. We work with diverse partners throughout the state to support both rivers and the people who rely on their water. For more information, please visit www.coloradowatertrust.org. Over the past nine years, we have grown from a single staff person to a staff of nine. Our growth has been intentional and planned, through implementation of a strategic plan and with capacity-building funds secured over the growth period. Continuing to amplify the development needs of the organization is essential for the sustained success of the Water Trust. This is an exciting time for us. For the first time, we are in a position to employ two development staff people: one to focus on institutional giving (Grants Specialist, who is already on staff) and one to focus on individual giving and donor relations, a Development Director, which is the position we are looking to fill with this search. Position The Development Director, in partnership with and reporting to the Executive Director, will spearhead new fundraising strategies and build upon existing efforts to cultivate, acquire, and steward individual, corporate, institutional, and small business donors. S/he will develop programs, events, and communications to engage these groups. S/he will collaborate with the Executive Director and Grants Specialist, a seasoned fundraiser with two years of experience with Water Trust development activities, to redevelop our comprehensive fundraising program for the organization, helping to integrate all development strategies throughout the organization from the staff to the Board of Directors to our loyal supporters and volunteers. The ideal candidate will share our passion for Western water and healthy rivers and be particularly good at inspiring others to get involved with and support the Water Trust. We also seek someone who is comfortable with the Water Trust’s highly collaborative approach to flow restoration; in our world, everyone is welcome. While knowledge of Western water issues would be helpful, it is not required for this position. Anticipated Annual Revenue Goal for the Trust $1.8 to $2.5 million from a diverse portfolio of supporters – individuals, small businesses, foundations, corporations, water providers, and government agencies. Responsibilities • Secure financial support from individuals, small businesses, and water providers/users with a focus on unrestricted funds. • In coordination with the Executive Director and the Grants Specialist, develop and execute the Water Trust’s annual fundraising plan, including establishing short- and long-range unrestricted fundraising goals. • Create and execute acquisition and cultivation strategies for a large sustained base of annual individual and small business donors. • Develop and grow a major donor program. • Organize special events including our annual fundraiser, RiverBank. • Coordinate with the Grants Specialist on institutional fundraising, assisting in the production of proposals and reports and helping ensure that all deadlines and opportunities are met. • Coordinate with the Communications Specialist on donor communications, such as email campaigns, printed mailings, and annual reports. • Manage the fundraising budget and coordinate with the Director of Finance on financial reporting, budget variance reporting, audit support, and reconciliations. • Maintain donor records in SalesForce database and oversee staff responsible for data entry and gift processing. • Enlist Water Trust staff and Board of Directors’ support to enhance the Water Trust’s culture of philanthropy. • Coordinate and organize the Board Fundraising Committee in partnership with the Committee Chair and the Executive Director, and regularly present fundraising results to the Board • As a member of the Water Trust’s leadership team, help develop organization-wide strategies. • Be willing to travel to support the Water Trust’s statewide mission. • Help to do whatever else it takes for this dynamic and changing nonprofit to be successful and sustainable. Application Procedure Please submit a resume and cover letter by March 17 via e-mail to admin@coloradowatertrust.org with “Development Director Position” in the e-mail subject line. No calls or drop-ins, please. Location The Water Trust works statewide, with our office located in Denver, Colorado. Colorado Water Trust is an equal employment opportunity (EEO) employer.

Executive Director

Job Type:
Director
Agency:
Colorado Youth at Risk
Job posted on:
18 Feb 2017
Job starts on:
01 Apr 2017
Contact Name:
Jobs
Email:
Phone:
303.623.9140
Fax:
 
Address:
PO Box 13410, Denver, Colorado 80201
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
-Proven track record of effectively leading and managing the responsibilities and resources identified above for an organization. -Demonstrated ability to work effectively with a Board of Directors. -Knowledge and skill in interpreting the interests of public, private, and government organizations for the purpose of developing collaborative alliances. -Assertiveness and willingness to diplomatically challenge the status quo. -Demonstrated experience managing an organization through change. -Ability to give and receive constructive feedback. -Ability to develop and communicate a vision. -Bachelor’s Degree (minimum) from an accredited college or university in business, nonprofit management or related field; or equivalent experience. -Proficient user of technology and systems including Google apps and -Customer Relations Management systems (experience with CiviCRM a plus) -Experience, comfort and aptitude for fundraising through donor cultivation, events and grants
General Job Description:
Colorado Youth at Risk (CYAR) is seeking a dynamic, forward-thinking Executive Director to steward the organization through its next stage of growth and development. With a mission to empower teenage students to make life choices that positively impact their future, CYAR pursues its goals through community-based mentoring and intensive training of teens and adult mentors. Reporting to the Board of Directors, the ED will be deeply passionate about and committed to CYAR’s vision for a community transformed by the power of teen-adult mentoring relationships. The ED’s role is both strategic and operational, working in close collaboration with the Board to develop and implement a strategic plan for sustainable growth and to effectively lead and manage the organization’s programs and policies toward the realization of its strategic plan. The ED will represent CYAR as chief spokesperson for the organization by cultivating relationships with stakeholders and collaborating with partners. Working to identify and develop diverse streams of revenue, the ED will maximize opportunities for the stability and future of the organization. Strategic and Operational Leadership; Partnership with the Board of Directors • Collaborate with the Board to clarify, align, and uphold CYAR’s mission and vision. • In partnership with Board and staff, develop and operationalize a strategic plan to implement CYAR’s objectives. • Maintain oversight and responsibility for the overall execution of the organization’s strategic plan and operations; keep the Board fully informed of important factors influencing the organization’s well-being. • Develop and implement planning and evaluation processes to assess the impact of programming, and effectiveness of board and staff. • Provide leadership and resources to the Board and cultivate a strong working partnership, including helping to recruit new members to the Board. • Maintain a working knowledge of significant trends and opportunities in youth development and non-profit management. • Establish, lead, and develop - an effective management team, with approximately eight program staff and interns, including team building and fostering a cohesive and connected environment with staff - and network of approximately 400 volunteers • Plan for succession and ensure continuity of the organization’s programming. Financial/Legal Monitoring and Compliance • Develop and monitor annual budget of approximately $500k with support and guidance from the Finance Committee of the Board. • Ensure compliance of the budget and financial processes and reporting systems; provide timely and accurate financial reports; analyze financial data and trends and provide recommendations for updates as necessary. • Ensure compliance with federal, state, and local regulations, and properly maintain official records and documents. Operating Funds Development • In conjunction with the Development Committee and Board of Directors, maximize Colorado Youth at Risk funding development efforts. • Ensure adequate funds are available to permit the organization to carry out its work. • Engage and cultivate current and prospective funders, including, but not limited to foundations and individual major donors who have contributed more than $5,000 per year, with Board support in cultivation of individual donors who have contributed $1,000 or less per year. • Research, identify, and apply for grants with support of grant writing staff or contractor. External Relations • Establish sound working relationships and cooperative arrangements with community groups and organizations. • Lead external relations efforts including media relations, community relations, and marketing, including supervising/ leading efforts related annual Gala.

Grants Project Manager

Job Type:
Other Manager (CFO, Marketing, etc)
Agency:
Joining Vision and Action (JVA)
Job posted on:
17 Feb 2017
Job starts on:
01 Apr 2017
Contact Name:
Nora Welch
Email:
Phone:
3034074896
Fax:
 
Address:
2465 Sheridan Blvd, Edgewater, Colorado 80214
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
A deep passion for, and commitment to, community and social change; High-level ability to critically think and strategize about the positioning of individual grant proposals, as well as a client’s larger grantwriting and fund development strategy; Remarkable writing and editing skills that include experience writing winning grant proposals, and a strong attention to detail and organizational skills that ensure every grant is submitted correctly and according to the funder’s guidelines, every time; Good understanding of the grant seeking and writing landscape, including best practices and new resources, on both the foundation and government levels; A strong focus on customer service that includes an ability to nurture and grow extraordinary client relationships, anticipate client needs, champion our clients and their missions, including willingness to push both themselves and their clients to achieve the best product possible, and effectively problem solve when issues arise; Ability to manage short timelines and a multitude of moving pieces in an organized, efficient and effective manner; A critical eye for the big picture and JVA’s overall grantwriting process that can identify areas for improvement and develop effective solutions; Previous experience with staff management preferred, and it is necessary that this person works effectively with co-workers, clients and others, in a team or individual setting, by sharing ideas in a constructive and positive manner, listening to and objectively considering ideas and suggestions from others; Exceptional oral and written communication, as well as presentation skills, and can effectively communicate to diverse audiences (i.e., from technical to general); Someone who has a strong sense of integrity, demonstrates responsibility and accountability for work efforts and results, values ongoing learning and takes ownership for their own development.
General Job Description:
For a full job description, please visit: https://joiningvisionandaction.com/job/jva-hiring-grants-project-manager/

Administrative Assistant

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
Home Builders Foundation
Job posted on:
17 Feb 2017
Job starts on:
01 Apr 2017
Contact Name:
Beth Forbes
Email:
Phone:
303-551-6721
Fax:
 
Address:
Easter Pl. , Centennial, Colorado 80112
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Knowledge, Skills, Abilities & Experience: ? Data Entry (Quick, efficient data entry with strong attention to detail) ? Ability to keep information from meetings in confidence ? Self-sufficient (Ability to self-teach, help troubleshoot issues that arise and understand how the database is critical to the overall needs of the organization. At the same time, is not afraid to ask questions.) ? True ability to multi-task and support all aspects of a small nonprofit operations, as this position will assist with fundraising, development, board support and general admin. Physical/Mental Demands & Environment: ? Must be able to meet up to 35% local travel requirements. ? Must be able to lift up to 35 lbs. ? Must be able to spend a majority of the day sitting at a desk working with a computer. Education (Minimum Requirements): ? High school degree or equivalent experience
General Job Description:
The HBF is seeking an Administrative Assistant who can commit to 2-3 days per week (approx. 15 hours/ week) who are enthusiastic about assisting a small non-profit in all aspects of its operations. The person in this position must exhibit proficiency in MS Office, internet research and social media; ability to take on a project – big or small – and run with it; detail oriented; data-driven; flexibility; ability to multitask; diplomatic phone/e-mail messaging skills; and strong writing capabilities. Probable Duties (including but not limited to): ? Support overall administration and operations o Maintaining and inputting information into the HBF's Customer Relations Database o Sorting and distributing incoming mail o Assisting in all mailings related to projects, fundraising, outreach, or otherwise o QuickBooks support o Licenses and renewals o Website updates o Graphics o Other duties as assigned ? Support Board of Directors/ Committee meetings o Attend all board and committee meetings of the HBF; assist in preparation of agendas/ packets; take, distribute and file attendance, volunteer hours, minutes and action items from meetings o Be sufficiently familiar with, keep up to date and be the custodian of records for all legal documents (articles, by-laws, IRS letters, etc.) ? Program/ Projects Support o Pre-project process support including tracking insurance; phone calls, application intake, pre-project approval paperwork ? Post-project support including thank you notes, certificates, etc. for project supporters; tracking past recipient evaluation results ? Tracking post-project surveys to volunteers and Project Captains o Assist Program Director in implementation and management of Past Recipient archive project ? Fundraising Support for HBF's major fundraising events, fundraising appeals and recruitment events. o Help with pre event follow up with attendees and sponsors (includes collecting guest names/emails and entering information into the database) o Assist with set up and day of event needs o Assist with follow up (thank you mailings, collecting outstanding invoices) o Assist with monthly mailings (thank you notes, etc.) ? Contributes to staff meetings, support the achievement of staff and organizational goals, and interact with the Board of Directors on strategies, processes, trends and best practices. Establishes and maintains a collaborative working relationship with fellow team members. ? Other duties as assigned.

Community Development Director

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
Home Builders Foundation
Job posted on:
17 Feb 2017
Job starts on:
01 Apr 2017
Contact Name:
Beth Forbes
Email:
Phone:
303-551-6721
Fax:
 
Address:
Easter Pl. , Centennial, Colorado 80112
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Fundraising/ Development - *Works with Executive Director and Board of Directors to create, implement and expand annual fundraising plans to support existing program operations and align with the HBF’s vision and long-term goals and objectives. *Responsible for development activities of the following areas: annual giving, grant writing and major gifts. *Development and implementation of an annual Fundraising/Donor Plan which includes donor acquisition strategies directly related to community outreach efforts, appeal planning, annual giving plans, and donor management and retention strategies. *Expands the HBF’s base of supporters by identifying new individual, corporate, and other funding prospects in the community for special events, Annual Commitment program and other fundraising opportunities resulting in significant revenue. *Ensures that supporters are appropriately recognized and receive the benefits and expectations promised and continue to effectively cultivate, solicit, and steward those relationships. Design, prepare, and administer acknowledgement/thank-you letters for all funding sources. *Implements a system to prospect, recruit, respond to, track, and follow-up on all prospective donors building a portfolio for annual/individual giving, planned giving, in-kind, endowment, and corporate giving. *Cultivates planned and major gift-donor relationships through telephone, written (letters, invitations, applications, proposals, written materials, etc.), and high level of personal contact. Follow-up to finalize all donations. *Manages, maintains, and oversees updates to CiviCRM donor database to track and report on all donor-related activity including the recording of income, event participation, in-kind contributions, sponsorships, and other participation in an overall effort to optimize fundraising and friend-raising opportunities. *Provides analysis and recommendations to Executive Director on database information to ensure optimal fund raising efforts. *Recruits, trains, develops and leads volunteers, committee members, interns, and others as needed to execute fundraising/donor activities. *Oversees the Fundraising Events Manager to ensure successful donor and philanthropy connections and experience as they relate to the HBF’s four major fundraising events and the donors/ sponsors that support these events. All staff is responsible for attending and supporting Fundraising Events Manager at all major fundraising events. *Ensures and/or creates grant proposals to obtain funding support from foundation and corporate funders. **Researches potential funders and makes contacts with foundation staff. **Produces status reports on grant writing activity. **Manages development related procedures, workflows, and reporting. *Coordinates planning, community outreach and execution of three donor appeals and annual giving plans, including Colorado Gives Day. *Provides significant input in planning and is responsible for staying within the Development budget. Marketing/ Communications *Oversees and supports HBF marketing efforts in conjunction with overall fundraising. **Creates E-newsletter—writes, selects photos, layout and sends current updates. *Write press-releases as needed, collaborating with appropriate staff, board members, volunteers and/or community members for content. *Oversees website design, maintain content management system, updates with current project and event information. *Expands social media presence with the community, and leverages social media opportunities by updating content and increasing visibility. *Oversees update and creation of publicity materials, including brochures, posters, trip fliers, trip donation packet fliers and stickers as needed. *Partners with Program Director and others to develop Donor-focused collateral and messaging with assistance from marketing. Community Outreach *Creates and implements specific outreach plans to engage our communities – those we serve, those who support us and those we want to expand to. *Represent HBF at community events as required. Additionally, seeks out forums for spokespersons, ambassadors, and advocates to speak on behalf of the HBF. *Cultivates relationships with appropriate community leaders, organizations, and businesses to support recruitment efforts within targeted areas to positively impact donor and outreach growth. Other Duties & Expectations: *Utilizes metrics to track, analyze, and report the effectiveness of the fundraising, marketing, and community engagement strategies. *Provides regular updates to the Executive Director on fundraising, marketing, and community relations activities. *Delivers all fundraising, marketing, and community engagement activities within budget parameters. *Answers phones and handle correspondence, respond to email, address donor inquiries, schedule and attend meetings, and perform a broad range of daily administrative tasks. *Contributes to staff meetings, support the achievement of staff and organizational goals, and interact with the Board of Directors on strategies, processes, trends and best practices. Establishes and maintains a collaborative working relationship with fellow team members. *Other duties as assigned.
General Job Description:
Responsibilities include managing all aspects of community outreach related to philanthropic giving to HBF to ensure successful attainment of annual donor related revenue goals. This includes the development and implementation of an overall Donor Plan, donor acquisition strategies; donor appeal planning; and donor management and retention plans. This also includes responsibility for the development of related documentation, results tracking and maintaining related files and databases. Additionally, this position is responsible for supporting the marketing of HBF including creation of newsletters, marketing campaigns and collateral as needed, as well as interfacing with outsourced marketing and website resources.

Grant Writing Internship

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
Harvest of Hope Pantry
Job posted on:
16 Feb 2017
Job starts on:
30 Apr 2017
Contact Name:
Heather Pollock
Email:
Phone:
8589974873
Fax:
N/A
 
Address:
2960 Valmont , Boulder, Colorado 80301
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Background in writing or development preferred. Strong writing skills and an ability to self-motivate and work remotely if needed.
General Job Description:
Looking for an intern who can start immediately. Harvest of Hope is a small (3 staff total) non-profit organization providing free food aid to Boulder families and individuals, both those with kitchens and those without kitchens who are experiencing homelessness. General duties of this position include assisting Executive Director with research of available grants, drafting grant applications, and assisting with reporting requirements as-needed.

Development Manager

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
Brent Eley Foundation
Job posted on:
03 Feb 2017
Job starts on:
01 Apr 2017
Contact Name:
Rebekah Wells
Email:
Phone:
720-343-2800
Fax:
303-831-4567
 
Address:
11980 E 16th Ave, Aurora, Colorado 80010
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
QUALIFICATIONS: • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent required • Minimum four years development experience, including annual campaigns or events • Knowledge of key fundraising principles • Strong organizational, administration, telephone and interpersonal communication skills, detail and “big picture” oriented. • Strong word processing, desktop publishing, and spreadsheet experience. • Skill in preparing written reports and presentations. • Solid writing, editing and presentation ability. • Ability to work in a donor tracking system (i.e. Raiser’s Edge, Donor Perfect) • Professional demeanor, flexible and ability to respond to multiple demands. • Must possess reliable personal transportation and be approved by insurance carrier to drive personal vehicle. • Some nights and weekends required • Ability to lift in excess of 25 pounds.
General Job Description:
GENERAL SUMMARY: The Brent Eley Foundation, a hospitality house for children with cancer and their families, also known as Brent’s Place, is growing and seeking a full time Development Manager. The Development Manager will play a key role within the Development Team to create and execute a comprehensive annual fundraising plan in support of the organization’s $2.6 million budget. This position will manage a full-time Special Events Coordinator and focus on cultivating, soliciting and stewarding donors to the Annual Fund through in-person interactions, phone, e-mail/web and direct mail. This includes developing and implementing written appeals, managing a portfolio of corporate and individual donors, and partnering with the development team to reach organizational goals. The Development Manager will fulfill and convey to donors the Brent Eley Foundation values of Compassion, Integrity, Respect, Responsibility and Quality of Life in everything we do. RESPONSIBILITIES: • Oversee day to day operations of the annual fund including individual gifts, corporate support, special events and direct mail/email fundraising. • Identify, cultivate, solicit and steward donors for the annual fund campaign, engaging Director of Development and CEO as required. Donors to include individuals and corporations. • Implement, track and evaluate on-going personal/written/phone contact with donors/potential donors • Use a donor software system to track donor engagement and run reports. • Manage the Special Events Coordinator in the planning and execution of all special events. • Prepare and present monthly status reports for annual campaign operational budget to Development Director • Oversee annual direct mail solicitation campaigns and memorial gifts. • Implement an annual recognition event for annual campaign donors in partnership with the Development Director. • Act as a spokesperson at external corporate and community events • Attend development planning meetings and monthly development department meetings COMPENSATION: The Development Manager position is a non-exempt position and subject to the personnel policies of the Brent Eley Foundation. Benefits include vacation leave, sick leave, holidays, retirement plan contribution, medical, dental, disability and life insurance. TO APPLY: We thank all applicants for their interest. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Resumes will be accepted until the position is filled. To be considered, please provide a Cover Letter, Salary Range Requirements, and Resume with the subject “Development Manager” via email to: Email: jobs@brentsplace.org

President

Job Type:
Director
Agency:
Colorado League of Charter Schools
Job posted on:
01 Feb 2017
Job starts on:
15 May 2017
Contact Name:
Carolyn McCormick
Email:
Phone:
1111111111
Fax:
na
 
Address:
2696 S. Colorado Blvd., Denver, Colorado 80222
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Our history leading to our future The Colorado League of Charter Schools (referred herein as “the League”) is one of the oldest and most established charter support organizations (CSO) in the country. Established in 1994, the League was the third CSO to form after charter public schools began in the U.S. and was supporting Colorado charter public schools within a year after the passage of the Colorado Charter Schools Act. Over the years, the League has helped to give Colorado some of the nation’s strongest charter public school laws—consistently ranked in the top 10 in the U.S.—paving the way for continued growth and evolution of quality education throughout the state. The League has played a critical role in creating a bipartisan climate for new charter public schools and in shaping the overall operating environment for established charter public schools. It has also been instrumental in providing insight and support to the state’s public school landscape. The League has expanded from its advocacy roots and today offers an array of services designed to support Colorado’s charter public schools from the moment they open their doors through each stage of their growth and development. With a budget of $2.8 million and 18 employees, the League has members from 92% of Colorado’s 238 charter public schools, which, in turn, serve nearly 115,000 students. The League is poised to continue to build upon its strong history of pedagogical leadership, bipartisan relationships, and its unwavering advocacy for school choice, the charter public school concept and, most importantly, quality public education for all. To support that end, the Board of Directors now seeks an energetic, experienced and entrepreneurial leader to become the League’s next President. Essential Job Duties The President is responsible for overseeing the organization’s general development, management and operations, including: all initiatives, strategic planning, membership development and services, fundraising, financial planning and management, personnel matters, policy activities, communications, Board relations, and external relations. Characteristics and Qualifications As with all League employees, the President should be self-motivated, flexible and service-oriented. Additionally, the League will be best served by a dynamic leader who has the following characteristics and qualifications: Values • Open-minded, honest and collaborative, with a strong belief in and passion for the League’s mission and who values a focus on outcomes and accountability Strengths and Talents • Leader: Confident, charismatic, enthusiastic and energetic; respects and values multiple views and input; unites staff toward a common vision; manages organizational growth while continuing commitment to organizational compassion, passion and empathy • Communicator: An exceptional written and verbal communicator; a good listener; a clear, direct and succinct communicator; well spoken and comfortable with public speaking • Team builder: Open, supportive and empathetic; someone who can help his or her direct reports grow; ability to build a high performance team • Strategist: Visionary; a long-term strategic thinker; a problem-solver • Unifier: The ability to synthesize multiple, competing agendas into a unified strategy; the ability to inspire and mobilize others • Influencer: The ability to influence and persuade others • Manager: Well organized; disciplined; comfortable with delegating Experience • Demonstrated leadership experience with specific experience leading a team to accomplish challenging goals • Experience in developing and implementing a strategic vision for an organization and building buy-in to that vision with diverse stakeholders • Experience in working with and cultivating relationships with major funders including foundations and corporations • Demonstrated experience in working with a governing board • Leadership experience in managing financial operations, building revenue streams, and recruiting and leading a high performing staff • Experience in developing education or other public policy preferred. Skills and Knowledge • Understanding and appreciation for the education reform and charter policy landscape • Networking and consensus building skills • Ability to be credible and build relationships with diverse constituents across Colorado and nationally • Understanding of how to deliver effective customer service; knowledge of how to build and support membership preferred • Human resources/supervisory skills. Other Attributes • A self-starter with a strong work ethic who has the ability to work across the political spectrum, and who has the ability and willingness to make tough decisions • Undergraduate degree required; advanced degree preferred. Compensation and more • Reports to: The Board of Directors • Compensation: The Colorado League of Charter Schools offers an excellent benefits package and a salary that is commensurate with experience. • Location: Denver, Colorado. Occasional travel across the state and nation is required. To Apply: Qualified applicants are encouraged to apply for this position by sending a resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to Carolyn McCormick of Peak HR Consulting, LLC at Carolyn.McCormick@peakhrconsulting.com. All applications are to be submitted via email. To learn more about us and this leadership role, please visit www.coloradoleague.org. The Colorado League of Charter Schools is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate based on race, religion, gender, age or sexual orientation. Diverse candidates are encouraged to apply.
General Job Description:
The Role: Opportunities and Challenges The League has a solid foundation of leadership. This position will follow only two predecessors during its nearly 25 years in existence—including almost 20 years of direction from its founder. Cultivated over the decades, the League looks to its new President to maintain the high degree of respect and esteem held for the League within the state and national communities. With this in mind, the incoming President will recognize that relationships are key in this position and effectively maintain such relationships require regular attention and honest communication. He or she will be comfortable operating within complicated political contexts, be aware of the nuances within membership organizations, and be able to recognize and capitalize on strategic partnerships. Our leader will be bipartisan and able to build and sustain relationships with a variety of stakeholders. The League is a seeker and champion of both renowned and innovative practices that support student learning. Given the strong level of commitment to and experience within the education sector, many of its peers, including the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools, look to the League to provide guidance and share expertise. The President will seamlessly fill this role of being a trusted and tested resource to League members, colleagues and partners. The League and its staff have historically been very entrepreneurial. The new President will thrive within a complex and ever-changing landscape and enjoy finding new ways of serving charter public schools and the charter sector as a whole. The League cares deeply about its vision: for all Colorado students to have access to high-quality, publicly-funded school options. The President will share this commitment and be willing to work with other sectors within the public school community to reach this vision.

Stewardship Manager

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
Junior Achievement USA
Job posted on:
31 Jan 2017
Job starts on:
31 Mar 2017
Contact Name:
N/A
Email:
Phone:
111-111-1111
Fax:
111-111-1111
 
Address:
One Education Way, Colorado Springs, Colorado 80906
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Required: 1. Bachelor's degree in Business, Education, Fund Development Marketing, or other closely related field. Equivalent experience may be substituted for education requirement. 2. Three years of progressive work experience in stewardship, fund development, business administration, marketing, customer service, or other closely related area. Equivalent education may be substituted for experience requirement. 3. Excellent oral and written communication skills; knowledge of principles and processes for providing superior customer service. 4. Superior project management skills. 5. Proven skills in diplomacy and experience dealing with confidential material and high-level donors. 6. Attention to detail and proven ability to work independently and within functional and cross-functional groups under strict deadlines on multiple projects. 7. Advanced proficiency with Microsoft Office applications and database applications, especially Microsoft Excel. Desired: 1. Prior experience with a non-profit organization specifically in a fundraising role. 2. Experience with Junior Achievement products.
General Job Description:
Under supervision of the Vice President, Donor Relations & Development Services (in conjunction with grant liaisons, SVP, VP, Sr. Dir., or Dir. of Development), the Stewardship Manager will manage donor accounts to ensure grant objectives and contractual requirements are met or exceeded and that resources are properly allocated to the satisfaction of the donors, thus increasing the likelihood of renewed funding. The Stewardship Manager position will manage assigned corporate and foundation grants, ensuring all grant deliverables are accomplished with excellence and also serves as a resource for steward team projects and other activities needed within the department. Junior Achievement is the world's largest organization dedicated to giving young people the knowledge and skills they need to own their economic success, plan for their future, and make smart academic and financial choices. JA programs are delivered by corporate and community volunteers. The programs provide relevant, hands-on experiences that help students from kindergarten through high school develop skills in financial literacy, work readiness, and entrepreneurship. Today, JA reaches four million students per year in more than 109 markets across the United States, with an additional 6.5 million students served by operations in 117 other countries worldwide. Please send resume by e-mail (preferred) to careers@ja.org or by mail to Careers, Junior Achievement USA, One Education Way, Colorado Springs, CO 80906. This position is located at the Junior Achievement USA National Office in Colorado Springs. No calls please. EOE

Deputy Director

Job Type:
Director
Agency:
Center for Women's Health Research
Job posted on:
29 Jan 2017
Job starts on:
15 May 2017
Contact Name:
Carolyn McCormick
Email:
Phone:
111-111-1111
Fax:
na
 
Address:
12631 E. 17th Ave., Aurora, Colorado 80045
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Seeking Answers for Women The Center for Women’s Health Research (CWHR) at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus invests in and conducts groundbreaking research in women’s health and sex differences with a focus on cardiovascular diseases and diabetes. Given that research on women’s health was largely not included in studies until the 1990s and has been historically underfunded, the CWHR is dedicated to funding the next generation of women’s health research and mentoring young scientists while educating the community at large. The CWHR is the only research-focused organization in the nation to look at women’s health and sex differences across the life span, from neo-natal through the end of life. The female body is not a variation of its male counterpart. Women have a different genetic makeup, including chromosomes and hormones, which contributes to differences in symptoms of disease and the course of disease. Responses to treatments and medications also vary between women and men. However, current diagnoses, treatments, and medications are primarily based on years of research conducted mostly on men. In collaboration with other national research organizations such as the National Institutes of Health, the CWHR is helping to change that paradigm. The CHWR’s mission is threefold. We fund research for both seasoned and young researchers, while augmenting their research and grant-attaining skills through a more personalized, mentored research experience. In addition, we engage and educate the community, health care providers, and policy-makers on women’s health across the lifespan. We are a collaborative and interdisciplinary team of 52 MDs and researchers with 22 distinct areas of study. We have a unique advisory structure with our engaged Community Advisory Board comprised of active and talented community laypeople, as well as an external Scientific Council, comprised of eminent scientists, who provide guidance for our scientific agenda. Additionally, we have a Medicine Cabinet who provides guidance as to how science and medicine intersect with the business community at large. The CWHR has an annual operating budget of nearly $1.2 million and a small committed staff; we now seek a new Deputy Director to join this vital effort. Position Overview The key responsibilities of the Deputy Director position include: • Partner with the Center Director to manage the growth and development of the Center as outlined in the six key elements of the recently completed strategic plan including the development of sustainable funding. • Manage the Center’s employees and its organizational infrastructure to support and advance its goals. • Develop, oversee, and implement an integrated program of outreach to establish the Center as a leading voice promoting awareness and change in women’s health. Qualifications Qualified candidates for the Deputy Director position will have experience in these areas: Outreach • Passion for the work of the Center and a strong interest in furthering the work of the organization locally, regionally, and nationally. • Enthusiasm for helping organizations grow and move into new levels of achievement and effectiveness. • Outstanding written and oral communication and presentation skills. • Proven ability to reach diverse communities and organizations and to explain complex subjects to varying audiences and stakeholders. Fundraising • Proven ability to raise funds to support a nonprofit enterprise, a willingness to engage donors directly, and the knowledge of how to build effective relationships with funders especially those in the corporate and foundation sectors. Organizational & Operational Leadership • Strategic and operations management skills with knowledge of how to develop, implement, and adjust strategic plans. • Highly organized professional with some experience in working in complex organizations with multiple levels of infrastructure. • Strong financial skills with ability to understand and analyze financial statements and to ensure accurate financial reporting of an organization’s activities. • Proven ability to develop and actively use metrics to track organizational performance and progress towards specific strategic goals. • Strong staff management and development skills and ability to motivate staff to achieve excellence. • Interest in teaching others and providing mentoring support to junior staff and faculty members. Organization Governance • Proven ability to partner with advisory or governing boards and to keep a board up to date on the issues facing an organization. Other • Experience in healthcare and/or nonprofit management is preferred but not required. • Graduate degree is preferred but applicants with a bachelor’s degree and professional experience equivalent to a graduate degree will be considered. • Willingness to live in and be an active member of the Denver metro community; some travel will be required from time to time. The Center for Women’s Health Research has a unique team of collaborative, collegial, committed professionals who make a difference every day. The incoming Deputy Director has the opportunity to partner with the Center Director and our advisory groups to leverage the Center’s varied resources to both educate the community and to advance scientific research. The Deputy Director will keep internal operations running smoothly while engaging multiple constituents and new stakeholders in understanding the nature of this groundbreaking work. How to Apply Qualified applicants who are energized by this unique opportunity are encouraged to apply for this leadership role by sending their resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to Carolyn McCormick of Peak HR Consulting, LLC at Carolyn.mccormick@peakhrconsulting.com. Additional information about the Center for Women’s Health Research and this position can be found at www.cwhr.org. The University of Colorado Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus and the Center for Women’s Health Research are committed to recruiting and supporting a diverse student body, faculty and administrative staff. The university strives to promote a culture of inclusiveness, respect, communication and understanding. We encourage applications from women, ethnic minorities, persons with disabilities and all veterans. The University of Colorado is committed to diversity and equality in education and employment.
General Job Description:
The CWHR has an annual operating budget of nearly $1.2 million and a small committed staff; we now seek a new Deputy Director to join this vital effort.