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Program Assistant, Latino Community Fdn of CO

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
Rose Community Foundation
Job posted on:
12 Feb 2016
Job starts on:
21 Mar 2016
Contact Name:
Emma Schwarz
Email:
Phone:
303.398.7431
Fax:
303.398.7430
 
Address:
600 S. Cherry Street, Suite 1200, Denver, Colorado 80246
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Education, Experience and Skills We are seeking an assistant with a bachelor’s degree from a four-year college or university; and at least three years’ experience in a professional office setting; or equivalent combination of education and relevant experience. The ideal candidate will have administrative experience working in the nonprofit, business or philanthropic sectors including work with the Latino community in Denver. Bilingual and/or bicultural are a plus. The Program Assistant will have a proven history of working on multiple projects, working across the organization while delivering quality work on time – all while remaining nimble and responsive to evolving priorities and needs. The assistant must have excellent communication skills. The Program Assistant must be an expert user of technology including total comfort operating technology systems, Microsoft Office products (Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint and Word), Adobe Acrobat, relational databases and constituent relationship management (CRM) systems. Personal Characteristics The ideal candidate will have a positive, can-do attitude and a good sense of humor. Motivated and curious, he or she will be a life-long learner and excellent listener. The assistant will have the ability to work in a fast-paced environment with multiple stakeholders. A true team player and highly collaborative, the he or she must be excited by the opportunity to work as part of a team and well as independently – fostering positive working relationships along the way. An affinity for nonprofit work including community-based relationship building is a must. Valuing excellence and reputation, the assistant must be passionate about the Foundation’s mission, vision and values as well as who we are, what we do and where we’re going.
General Job Description:
Compelled by our guiding principles and values of philanthropy, justice and nondiscrimination, Rose Community Foundation works to enhance the quality of life of the Greater Denver community through our leadership, resources, traditions and values. The Latino Community Foundation of Colorado (LCFC), an initiative of Rose Community Foundation, is seeking a talented nonprofit professional to provide administrative support to the LCFC and coordinate various events and projects. The Program Assistant should be a role model for LCFC culture and stay abreast of philanthropic, economic, and social trends related to the Latino community of Colorado. The candidate must be able to anticipate project needs, discern work priorities, meet deadlines with little supervision, and be willing to work occasional evenings and weekends. Responsibilities Charged with providing administrative support for LCFC, coordinating activities for LCFC initiatives, supporting the executive director, and serving as liaison to the LCFC Advisory Board, the Program Assistant will: • Perform administrative tasks including answering phone calls, maintaining schedules, planning and scheduling meetings, drafting official and confidential correspondence, making travel arrangements, preparing expense reports, and updating contact database information. • Plan on- and off-site meetings, events, conferences and seminars including scheduling, handling logistics, and preparing and distributing materials. • Assist with on-site meeting set-up and clean-up for events. • Maintain the donor database, assuring the accuracy of records and generating routine reports. • Facilitate communication and correspondence with Advisory Board members, and take meeting minutes. • Support LCFC staff and consultants with reports, correspondence, community engagement activities and communications. • Assist with managing the social media communication strategies. Supervisor Relationship The Program Assistant reports to the Executive Director of the Latino Community Foundation of Colorado. The Assistant will work with a team of consultants and the LCFC staff. This position does not have administrative support. Salary and Benefits This full-time, exempt position’s salary will be commensurate with background and experience. Rose Community Foundation provides a competitive benefits package. EOE Submission deadline is 5:00 p.m. on March 10, 2016. Interested candidates should email their cover letter, résumé, salary requirements to: Search Committee at hr@rcfdenver.org with the subject line “LCFC Program Assistant.” No phone calls please.

Boot Camp Program Coordinator

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
Rocky Mountain MicroFinance Institute
Job posted on:
12 Feb 2016
Job starts on:
15 Mar 2016
Contact Name:
Brendan Landry
Email:
Phone:
7209415037
Fax:
 
Address:
PO Box 48138, Denver, Colorado 80204
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Education and Experience: RMMFI is looking for a results-driven self-motivator who brings passion and creativity to the job, and believes that work should be challenging, fun, and meaningful. A successful candidate should have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution—preferably with a focus on education, business management, finance, or a related field of study—and/or equivalent mix of personal and professional experience. Additionally, a successful candidate should be process-oriented, able to take ownership of projects, and demonstrate an ability to build solutions when improvements are necessary. Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite is a must. Experience owning or working for a small business is preferred. RMMFI will consider applicants who do not meet specific criteria but who can demonstrate a mix of personal and professional experience that may otherwise qualify them for the position. Desired Core Competencies: • Ability to build trust and help other to develop to full potential • Ability to respect and relate well to all individuals regardless of their background • Able to communicate effectively and build solutions with others • Able to facilitate learning experiences in both a 1-on-1 and group setting • Conveys passion and inspires others • Demonstrates creativity and vision to achieve results • Turns ideas with potential into reality • Demonstrates excellent writing and presentation skills • Exhibits pride in achieving results AND in the way results are achieved
General Job Description:
Position Summary Title: Boot Camp Program Coordinator Status: Full Time Hours: 9am-5pm Monday through Friday with evenings regularly required (work schedule can be shifted to accommodate for evening hours) Pay Range: $38,000-$40,000 annually based on experience and skill sets plus benefits Primary Functions: The Boot Camp Coordinator will report directly to the Director of Programs and will be primarily responsible for the execution of key components of RMMFI’s Business Launch Boot Camp, a 12 week intensive program designed to bring 10-12 entrepreneurs from idea to launch. There are currently 3 Boot Camp cycles annually. Individuals who perform well in this position may be considered for increased leadership and responsibility as it becomes available. Key duties will include but not be limited to: • Coordinate the Entrepreneur Application and Screening processes • Provide coaching and guidance for Entrepreneurs engaged in the Business Launch Boot Camp • Facilitate key Boot Camp events/trainings, including: Client Orientation, Retrospectives, Graduations, and Workshops • Manage all communications related to Boot Camp and connect Entrepreneurs to resources needed to successfully engage in the program • Coordinate the placement and ongoing support of volunteers engaged in the delivery of a Boot Camp cycle • Work with Boot Camp Trainer to ensure that all classroom-based sessions create an engaging and approachable learning environment for RMMFI Entrepreneurs • Coordinating key elements of the Boot Camp Loan process, including final committee approval and loan closings • Coordinate and support client data tracking and reporting processes Secondary Functions: RMMFI takes a true team approach to any and all program delivery and this approach requires that all employees are adequately cross-trained on all crucial program components. Therefore, the Boot Camp Program Coordinator can expect to play a significant support role within all other program areas. Additionally, all team members regularly engage in project-based work related to the organization’s annual growth initiatives.

Adolescent Care Specialist

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
Heritage House Ministries
Job posted on:
11 Feb 2016
Job starts on:
15 Feb 2016
Contact Name:
Jackie McCoy
Email:
Phone:
303-434-0349
Fax:
720-890-6174
 
Address:
PO Box 195, Louisville, Colorado 80027
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Requirements: Applicants must be over 21 years old, have a heart to work in a faith based ministry environment, submit to a background check and driving record review, and love working with teenage girls. Drivers license and reliable transportation required. Initial and on-going, in depth training is also required along with First Aid/CPR and QMAP. Overnight, weekend, and Holiday shifts are required. Shifts are 12 hours in duration. Please note that this is an ENTRY LEVEL poistion, and the salary will reflect as such. Please submit cover letter and resume for consideration.
General Job Description:
Join Our Team! Do you want to change lives? Full-time and part-time Team positions are available! Heritage House Ministries is a faith-based, non-profit group home for at-risk teenage girls located in Louisville, CO. We are looking for females who have a passion for helping and working with teenagers in a high energy atmosphere. To Apply: Send Cover letter and Resume to hr@heritagehouseco.org

Chapter Coordinator for Spellbinders

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
Spellbinders
Job posted on:
11 Feb 2016
Job starts on:
01 Jul 2016
Contact Name:
Catherine
Email:
Phone:
970-544-2389
Fax:
 
Address:
from home, Denver Metro Area, Colorado 80218
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Required skills Excellent verbal and written communication skills Listening and problem solving abilities Ability to deal effectively, tactfully and diplomatically with volunteers and the general public Ability to set and manage priorities and deadlines Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite, including Excel and Word Technically adept at using Facebook for marketing Ability to effectively communicate with people from a variety or generations and backgrounds Education/Experience and requirements • A bachelor’s degree or the equivalent in education and experience. • At least two years’ experience, preferably in the in the public or nonprofit sector, with an emphasis on volunteer recruitment, community organizing and/or marketing. • Access to an automobile for local travel, a valid driver’s license, and automobile insurance.
General Job Description:
Spellbinders’ Chapter Coordinator: Dynamic communicator wanted to help Colorado-based nonprofit build its volunteer base. The primary role of the Chapter Coordinator is to provide direct support to Spellbinders’ Chapter Leadership on Chapter management issues, with a focus on: Improving the overall brand awareness of Spellbinders along the Front Range with a specific eye toward volunteer recruitment. Cross pollinating ideas between Chapters to problem solve and share best practices. Disseminating lessons-learned and materials developed on the Front Range to other Spellbinders Chapters via Spellbinders Executive Director and the online Resources Kit. Primary Responsibilities include: Brand Awareness Working with Chapters to promote volunteer training workshops via Spellbinders website, Facebook and other social media platforms, local newspapers and local calendar listings – as needed and as requested Ghostwriting articles for Chapter posting in local newspapers such as YourHub.com. Articles can range from coverage of specific events, upcoming or recently completed trainings, or celebrating the impact of Spellbinders storytellers – bi-monthly Establishing and maintaining online volunteer postings, including, but not limited to, Metro Volunteers, Create the Good, Prime Time for Seniors, VolunteerMatch.org – ongoing Posting volunteer recruitment messages via Facebook – at least bi-weekly Developing and maintaining a Colorado media opportunity list and disseminating it to Chapters Developing a relationship with the education, arts and health reporters at Colorado Public Radio and the Denver Post Disseminating ideas from Chapter to Chapter Meeting with each of Spellbinders nine Front Range Chapters for 2 hours per month to glean and disseminate best practices (Boulder, Broomfield, Denver, Cherry Creek, Douglas County, Jefferson County, Larimer County, Littleton and Longmont) – ongoing Communicate Chapter fundraising targets to the Development Committee Work Schedule 20 hour per week position with flexible and varied time commitments. Less than a half dozen evening and/or weekend commitments per year related to events and presentations. This is a work-from-home position. How to apply Send a) resume, b) cover letter, c) the names, email addresses and phone numbers for three references and d) a sample of your past work to info@spellbinders.org. In your cover letter, please specifically address how you have the required skills for this position. NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE. To learn more about Spellbinders, please review our website with a focus on: Our Introductory video Our Purpose and History Our PPP Our Governing Structure You may also want to attend one of the meetings of our Chapters. Those are listed on the website.

Development Coordinator

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
Almost Home Inc.
Job posted on:
11 Feb 2016
Job starts on:
26 Feb 2016
Contact Name:
Terry Moore
Email:
Phone:
3036596199
Fax:
 
Address:
231 North Main Street, Brighton, Colorado 80601
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
1. 1 to 2 years of fundraising and/or non-profit experience 2. Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience 3. Superior written and verbal communication skills 4. Basic knowledge of Microsoft office suite 5. A warm, friendly, outgoing personality, and an ability to network 6. Ability to manage and implement multiple projects, set deadlines, evaluates progress and ensure accountability. 7. Willing to work occasional nights and weekends (Although this job is mostly 9-5, it is important to attend city and chamber events) 8. Familiarity with marketing (both traditional and on-line), public relations, event management, and grant sourcing. 9. Self-starter with the ability to initiate and produce high-quality work in a timely manner with minimum supervision PLEASE SEND RESUME, COVER LETTER, AND REFERENCES TO TERRY@ALMOSTHOMEONLINE.ORG AND SHELBY@ALMOSTHOMEONLINE.ORG. SUBJECT LINE: JOB APP.
General Job Description:
The Development Coordinator position is a full-time position designed to develop and build relationships with the constituencies and agencies that provide revenue support for Almost Home Inc. to fulfill the vision and mission of the organization. The Development Coordinator carries out details of fundraising efforts and other promotional efforts in coordination with the Executive Director and Board of Directors. Duties are as follows: Development Committee: Provide support to Fundraising Committee/Board for purpose of strategizing and carrying out all fundraising and promotional efforts. 2. Grants: Conduct research on new potential sources for grants, as well as stay attuned to request cycles of past sources. *Write and submit proposals according to grant guidelines. *Send all follow-up reports as requested assuring use of funds according to grant parameters. 3. Donor Relations: Working with the Accounting Staff to acknowledge all financial donations within 72 hours of receipt. *Maintain accurate database/mailing list of supporters. *In conjunction with Executive Director, maintain and further develop meaningful relationships with existing AHI donors. *Develop strategies for recruiting and cultivating major donors. *Attend community events/meetings as a representative of Almost Home Annual Campaign: In conjunction with Executive Director and Fundraising Committee/Board, develop annual fundraising campaigns to individuals, organizations and businesses. *Develops and carry out annual fundraising plan, with support as needed from Executive Director, Fundraising Committee and Board of Directors. Budget: Manage assigned budgets and works with the Executive Director, the accountant and the Board on the review projections for the annual budget Public Relations: Develops and designs appropriate newsletters, brochures, displays, websites and annual report materials that tell the story of AHI and report our successes. *In conjunction with Executive Director, strategize and manage ways to publicly promote AHI. *Maintains and updates AHI’s Website, maintains AHI’s FACEBOOK presence, produces Quarterly Newsletters, brochures and the Annual Report. Special Events: Develop, plan and execute meaningful events to promote and raise funds for AHI. * Participate in AHI Staff & Board Meetings. * Participate in AHI Community Events & Presentations * Other duties as assigned by the Executive Director

Education Program Assistant

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
The Hudson Gardens & Event Center
Job posted on:
11 Feb 2016
Job starts on:
28 Mar 2016
Contact Name:
Amanda Accamando
Email:
Phone:
303-797-8565
Fax:
 
Address:
6115 S Santa Fe Drive, Littleton, Colorado 80220
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Education Bachelor's degree or working toward a bachelor's degree preferred. Educational background in education, environmental science, or related field preferred. Experience Minimum of one year 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. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities -Knowledge of modern office procedures and methods. -Strong oral and written communication skills. -Strong customer service skills. -Group management skills. -Basic mathematical skills. -Organizational and time management skills. -Skill with handling cash, credit, and online transactions. -Skill with Microsoft Office products including Word, Excel, Publisher, and PowerPoint. -Ability to speak effectively to large groups of children and guests. -Ability to interact with diverse audiences and convey age-appropriate instruction in oral and written formats. -Ability to work effectively both independently and as part of a team. -Ability to adapt to changes in the work environment, manage competing demands, and deal with frequent change or unexpected events. Physical Requirements -Sit, stand, and walk for extended periods, up to four hours. -Use hands to finger, handle, or feel. -Reach with hands and arms. -Lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. -Speak and hear. -Use close, distance, and peripheral vision. Work Environment -Duties occur mostly outdoors in hot, cold, wet, and/or dry and arid conditions. -Occasional duties occur in a professional office setting with moderate noise levels. -Varied work schedule with evening, weekend and holiday work regularly required. -Occasional local travel required. Employment is pending a criminal background check. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential duties and responsibilities.
General Job Description:
The Education Program Assistant will provide logistical and program support to all aspects of educational programming, including, but not limited to, field trips, family programs, adult classes, special events, and outreach events. This position is seasonal part-time (10-20 hours/week) from April through November with the possibility of extension. Essential Duties and Responsibilities -Greet, process, and serve as the main customer service representative for school groups on-site. -Facilitate field trip program execution by responding to questions, enforcing policies and rules, and providing on-site interpretation. -Provide support for family programming by: developing program activities; organizing and preparing materials and supplies; setting up and breaking down programs and activities, and assisting with program execution and reconciliation. -Provide support for adult programs and classes by: serving as the main customer service representative for presenters and participants during programs; processing/verifying registrations for programs; performing A/V setup and break down for classes and programs; facilitating smooth execution of programs; and performing reconciliation duties. -Process program registrations and field trip reservations. -Respond to visitor and customer inquiries. -Assist with the training and supervision of Education Department volunteers. -Order, maintain, and replenish educational supplies. -Assist with the execution of off-site outreach events and seasonal organization-wide events. -Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned.

External Relations Coordinator

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
AfricAid, Inc.
Job posted on:
10 Feb 2016
Job starts on:
14 Mar 2016
Contact Name:
Maria Rosa Galter
Email:
Phone:
3033514928
Fax:
 
Address:
1031 33rd St., Denver, Colorado 80205
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Job Purpose The External Relations and Operations Coordinator works with the Executive Director to implement fundraising and external relations tasks; and works with the Director of Finance and Operations to undertake administrative activities. The position reports to the Executive Director. This is a full-time, exempt, salaried position. Compensation: $28,000 per year; AfricAid does not provide health or retirement benefits Qualifications Education • University degree Knowledge, skills and abilities • Knowledge of social media and marketing management; understanding of content management • Knowledge of special events planning and management • Knowledge of donor relations management • Knowledge of volunteer resource management and supervision • Knowledge of financial procedures (expense reporting, event check-out support) • Exceptional writing skills Proficiency in the use of computer for: • Publisher • Word processing • Spreadsheets • E-mail • Internet & social media: Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Canva, Hootsuite Desired but not required • Movie maker or other video editing skills • Constant Contact • Donor database management-Gift Works • In Design, Photoshop Personal characteristics The External Relations and Operations Coordinator should demonstrate competence in all of the following: • Behave Ethically: Understand ethical behavior and business practices and ensure their own behavior and the behavior of others are consistent with these standards and aligns with the values of the organization. • Organize: Manage multiple projects, identify priorities, develop a work schedule, monitor progress towards goals, and track details, data, information and activities. • Build Relationships: Establish and maintain positive working relationships with fellow staff, donors, and volunteers, to achieve the goals of the organization. Supervise and mentor fellows. • Communicate Effectively: Speak, listen and write in a clear, thorough and timely manner, using appropriate and effective communication tools and techniques. • Focus on Donor Needs: Anticipate, understand, and respond to the needs of donors to meet or exceed their expectations within the organizational parameters. • Foster Teamwork: Work cooperatively and effectively with others to set goals, resolve problems, and make decisions that enhance organizational effectiveness. • Plan: Determine strategies to move assigned projects forward, set goals, create and implement actions plans, and evaluate the process and results. • Solve Problems: Assess problem situations to identify causes, gather and process relevant information, generate possible solutions, and make recommendations and/or resolve the problem • Willingness to learn new software and design tools, database management, and other computer or web-based systems • Creativity: Enjoy generating new ideas and approaches to donor communications and relationship-building through events, appeals, and campaigns.
General Job Description:
Development Duties and Responsibilities Development and donor relations (10%-Daily) • Along with the Executive Director, develop and manage schedules for fundraising activities • Under the supervision of the Executive Director, assist in managing donor relations • Assist with processing donations across all fundraising platforms (Colorado Gives, Giving First, Pay Pal, Website, Square, checks and cash) and donor acknowledgement correspondence • Maintain AfricAid’s donor database and its electronic mailing database • Attend Development Committee meetings Events management (30%-Ongoing-project based) • Assist the Executive Director in the planning and execution of fundraising events • Support AfricAid events, including auction items solicitation, liaising with vendors (insurance, venue, catering and other technical support), marketing and social media outreach, day of event duties as needed • Participate in event committees and coordinate with them to support event success • Solicit and manage event sponsorships External Relations Duties and Responsibilities Manage AfricAid’s various email accounts, snail mail and website (5%) Manage Kisa Sponsorship Program (10%-as needed) • Manage the Kisa Sponsorship Database in coordination with the Tanzanian staff and Executive Director • Manage communications between Scholars and sponsors Draft, create, and distribute monthly electronic, printed newsletters, and other campaigns and appeals; maintain marketing collateral (20%) • Create and manage the dissemination of all print and online communications for identified campaigns and appeals • Supervise and manage Communications Fellow or other volunteers • Maintain inventory of marketing collateral Supervise and manage all social media activities (10%) • Create and manage social media plan under direction of the ED and Marketing and Communications Committee • Supervise and support Communications Fellow to schedule posts and maintain social media activities Liaise with AfricAid student clubs, the young professionals’ board, schools, and other local organizations (5%) • Coordinate the High School Clubs Outreach Program to maintain current relationships • Manage and supervise Campus Liaison Fellow to coordinate with the Tanzanian staff and school club presidents to manage cross-cultural communication activities • Liaise with AfricAid’s young professionals’ board and provide information and assistance, as needed Promote the organization (ongoing) • Build relationships with community stakeholders to advance the mission and fundraising goals of the organization Operations Duties and Responsibilities (10%) • Submit staff expense reports to the Director of Finance & Operations for approval and processing • Support payment processing activities at events • Manage AfricAid merchandise inventory and online market • Supervise AfricAid’s interns and volunteers o Ensure interns and volunteers are provided with the materials, training and information needed to complete their tasks o Provide guidance and assistance, as needed o Liaise with schools to procure interns and volunteers, as well as ensure requirements are met Working Conditions • The AfricAid office is located at the Posner Center for International Development, a collaborative working environment that offers an extensive network of international development professionals and continued learning opportunities to best-practice approaches to international development. • The External Relations and Operations Coordinator will work flexible office hours, maintain a professional presence at the AfricAid office, and work evening and weekends as needed, e.g., events and committee meetings, etc. • The External Relations and Operations Coordinator should be prepared and willing to move and lift a maximum of 35 lbs during event set up and break down. To apply, please send resume, cover letter, and three references to info@africaid.com by February 29, 2016

External Relations and Operations Manager

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
S.O.U.L. Foundation
Job posted on:
09 Feb 2016
Job starts on:
01 Mar 2016
Contact Name:
SOUL Foundation
Email:
Phone:
(720) 930-1873
Fax:
 
Address:
1031 33rd Street Suite 174, Denver, Colorado 80205
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Education • Bachelor’s degree in nonprofit management, international relations, English, journalism, communications, public relations, public policy, public administration, or a related field required. A Master's degree in a relevant field is preferred. Professional knowledge, skills and abilities • A minimum of two (2) years’ experience in a nonprofit or similar setting. • Knowledge of donor relations, preferably in a similar setting. • Knowledge of special events planning and management, preferably in a similar setting. • Knowledge of volunteer resource management, preferably in a similar setting. • Knowledge of budgets and financial procedures, preferably in a similar setting. • Exceptional writing skills. • Strong computer skills in MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), Google Applications, Internet and social media platforms, and CRM (Salesforce preferred). • Knowledge of graphic design and associated software preferred but not required. • Knowledge of one or several of S.O.U.L.’s program areas is preferred but not required. • Experience in East Africa is preferred but not required. Personal skills • Passion and commitment to S.O.U.L.’s mission, programs, and future. • Effective communicator. • Ability to take initiative, identifying opportunities and proactively putting forward ideas and solutions. • Ability to be a team player while at same time able to work independently and be a self-starter. • Ability to manage time effectively and in several different areas, prioritizing tasks and creating deadlines for him/herself. • Strong attention to detail. • Ability to remain calm under stress. • Ability and willingness to work flexible hours. • A sense of humor and positive thinker. Other • Ability to work at the Posner Center for International Development in Denver, CO. • Valid driver’s license and access to a vehicle, especially during events. • His/her own computer. Working Conditions This person will be required to work regular office hours Monday-Friday and maintain a professional presence at the S.O.U.L. office at the Posner Center. He/she will also need to work at other times as needs arise, e.g., events, committee meetings, Board meetings, etc. Compensation Compensation is commensurate with experience. Employment package includes two weeks of vacation, one week of sick time, and eight national holidays. Health insurance is not included. Application Instructions To apply, please send your resume, cover letter, and a professional writing sample to jobs@souluganda.org by Friday, March 4, 2016. Interviews may begin sooner. No phone calls please.
General Job Description:
Supporting Opportunities for Ugandans to Learn (S.O.U.L.) Foundation uses a community-driven development approach to partner with communities to eradicate poverty in rural Uganda. Its main initiatives focus on education, women’s empowerment, food security, and maternal health. Founded in 2009, S.O.U.L now works in 14 communities across the Jinja and Iganga Districts and impacts over 9,000 rural Ugandans, the majority women and girls. As Ugandans become invested in each project, they emerge as leaders and teachers for their fellow Ugandans. For more information, please check out our website www.souluganda.org. Moving into its next chapter of growth and maturity, S.O.U.L. Foundation seeks a motivated and dynamic professional as its External Relations and Operations Manager. This is a new full-time position, and the right candidate will seek to apply a range of skills and experience to grow an international development organization in close coordination with the Executive Director, CEO/Co-Founder, other staff, the Board of Directors, and volunteers. The primary responsibilities of this position include but are not limited to: Development and Donor Relations • Assist in the creation of annual development plans. • Develop and manage schedules for fundraising activities to ensure that those activities and the associated strategic plans and processes are carried out in a timely manner. • Assist in managing donor relations through a variety of strategies. • Assist with donor acknowledgement correspondence. • Help maintain and grow S.O.U.L.’s donor database. Events Management • Assist in the planning and execution of any special fundraising events, as specified in the fund development plan. • Manage and support S.O.U.L. events, including auction items solicitation, liaising with vendors (insurance, venue, catering and other technical support), marketing and social media outreach, and day of event duties as needed. • Participate in event committees and coordinate with them to support event success. • Solicit and manage event sponsorships. Additional External Relations • Manage and maintain the office phone, various email accounts, and snail mail. • Help maintain website and social media platforms. • Assist with marketing & communication materials as needed. • Help manage student sponsor communications and payments. • Collaborate with S.O.U.L. staff to match sponsors with students. • Assist in managing and developing the international and local volunteer program. • Help identify and build relationships with community stakeholders to advance the mission and fundraising goals of the organization. Other • Help supervise interns and volunteers. • Assist with grant research and grant writing as needed. • Assist with other program areas, beyond the student sponsorship and volunteer programs, as needed. • Continually identify and create improved institutional processes and procedures to grow the organization. • Other tasks as assigned and appropriate.

Education & Outreach Tour Coordinator

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
Rock the Earth
Job posted on:
08 Feb 2016
Job starts on:
15 Mar 2016
Contact Name:
Paige
Email:
Phone:
303-454-3304
Fax:
 
Address:
1536 Wynkoop Street, Ste. B200, Denver, Colorado 80202
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
RtE seeks motivated applicants with a sincere interest in furthering environmental causes, community building, and a willingness to work hard to achieve those goals. RtE is growing and developing its membership and volunteer database through education and outreach at concert events and festivals throughout North America. During the peak touring months of May through November, RtE embarks on a six-month tour. During this time, the Education & Outreach (E&O) Tour Coordinator works with the Executive Director, Outreach Intern teams, national and regional volunteer staff, as well as local volunteers to operate E&O booths on behalf of Rock the Earth at a variety of music events. RtE seeks a well-organized, self-motivated, assertive, knowledgeable, responsible, reliable and enthusiastic E&O Tour Coordinator to travel extensively, work concerts and festivals, organize interns and volunteers and represent Rock the Earth in a professional manner at all times throughout the United States. The energy, passion, motivation and proactive response of the Tour Coordinator and the Outreach Intern teams are essential elements of RtE’s success and the quality of contribution is extremely important.
General Job Description:
Rock the Earth: Education & Outreach Tour Coordinator Rock the Earth (RtE) is a national nonprofit environmental organization. Headquartered in Denver, Rock the Earth leverages partnerships with the music industry to protect some of America’s most precious national resources. Over the course of a decade, Rock the earth has advocated on three dozen issues including the preservation of natural habitat within national public lands; protecting endangered species; defending watersheds, viewsheds and natural soundscapes, preserving wetland areas from drilling and development; protecting land and water resources from toxins and preventing destructive natural resource extraction. The Education & Outreach Tour Coordinator is directly responsible for the management of RtE E&O activities, including: recruitment, supervision and training of interns and volunteers, logistics and travel planning, team coordination and strategic execution, assurance of safe cross-country travel, professional representation of RtE and the assurance of proper accountability for all financial transactions and timely reporting of all activities. About 85% of the time during the 6-month period will be on the road. The remaining 15% of the position can be addressed remotely. The E&O Tour Coordinator is a contracted position with a monthly stipend between $750-$1,300/month). In addition, all travel expenses will be paid by the organization. Travel will be via Rock the Earth supplied van. Accommodations during travel will be a combination of hotels, campsites and pre-arranged private residences. Tour Coordinator Responsibilities: • Coordination and planning of teams to work pre-arranged concert and festival dates in cooperation with and under the direction of the Executive Director, Program Director, and National Volunteer Coordinator with the goal of enabling the organization to maintain a consistent schedule of appearances at major concert and festival events throughout the country. Work with band and venue personnel to coordinate logistics and to maximize the success of outreach tour activities. ? • Public outreach to music fans, artists, industry and venue representatives via tabling and other activities at concerts and festivals, including: ?o High-volume personal interaction?o Educating & Activating the public about environmental issues?o Soliciting memberships and donations?o Networking w/ potential music partners and environmental organizations ? • Maintenance, distribution, and inventory control of outreach materials including canopies, tabling equipment and displays, promotional literature, gift merchandise and PR materials. Oversee complete routine inventory reports and restock road kits contents to ensure stock levels are adequate based on projected and historic usage. Proactive supply chain management skills are required to project immediate requirements and track usage in order to submit timely reorders and ensure restock timeline requirements. ? • Secure and reliable handling of all cash, check and credit card transactions while maintaining strict confidentiality of membership contributions, submit money orders for cash receipts on a regular basis, and ensure strict security of financial assets at all times. ? • Maintain travel expense documentation and tracking and ensure that all team expenses and incidentals are within a defined budget. ? • Train Volunteer Outreach Interns and regional volunteers. Keep teams informed and up-to-date via periodic briefings and updates on key environmental projects and organizational PR activities undertaken during the tour. ? • Provide leadership and be willing to deliver in an expert go-to role, especially during tabling activities when the need arises to address detailed questions from prospective members about the organization and the environmental projects in which we are actively engaged. ? • Ability to speak publicly, deliver public service announcements about the organization, and interact with press, tour personnel, and talent and represent RtE in a professional manner at all times. ? • Daily social media updates via Twitter, Instagram & Facebook. Monthly input for “Tales from the Road” in RtE’s newsletter. Provide reliable activity updates on a daily basis to the Executive Director or Education & Outreach Committee. ? • Oversee preparation of daily reporting to proactively track all new member and volunteer information to ensure accurate and reliable membership database input and to help facilitate membership follow-up activities. ? • Coordinate all logistical requirements for touring teams including: overnight accommodations, driving responsibilities, routine vehicle maintenance, upkeep and security, while ensuring safe, lawful vehicle operation at all times. ? Applicant Requirements: • Excellent leadership skills; Ability to mentor and motivate teams of interns and volunteers to perform their duties throughout demanding schedules, personal morale issues, and a diverse range of unpredictable logistical circumstances. ? • Excellent communication skills; Well-spoken and able to speak comfortably to a wide audience about environmental issues, as well as about how RtE partners with the music community and environmental partners. ? • Excellent organizational skills; Resourceful, flexible, self-motivated, reliable and responsible. ? • Passion for expanding and sharing knowledge about environmental projects and the ability to express that knowledge in a way that addresses both the complexities of the projects yet conveys a simplified understanding that a non- expert can relate to easily. Must enjoy engaging and interacting with people. ? • Ability to perform physically demanding work and work extended hours. Must be healthy and able to stand and sit for long periods of time. While breaks are provided, this is not a 9-to-5 job. Festivals tend to run morning to late night. ? • Must be able to lift at least 50 pounds. ? • Open to a diverse array of musical genres. ? • Preference for recent graduates with backgrounds in environmental science or ?law. Operational experience within the music and/or non-profit industry is a plus. ? • Comfortable with communications technology and proficient in MS Word and ?Excel. Must be able to perform daily database input, process credit cards and ?provide management and office manager with daily activity reports. ? • Valid Driver’s License, Automobile Insurance Policy and clean driving record. ? Job Benefits: ? • Excellent opportunities to receive training and job experience in public outreach and education, nonprofit management, volunteer coordination & training, event planning, membership solicitation, travel logistics, and database tracking. ? • Extensive opportunities for networking within the music and non-profit communities, including direct interactions with music professionals at both the artist management and venue management level. ? • Working access to concerts and festivals, including breaks during slow periods to enjoy the music scene. Work space will include top music festivals and leading concert tours (tbd). ? • Tangible opportunities to participate in public relations and artist outreach activities. ? • Expenses to cover costs of travel, food, and accommodations. ? • Travel throughout the continental United States, environmental discourse with a ?diverse audience of music fans, and exposure to a variety of music acts of ?multiple genres. ? • Help a small, grassroots organization that benefits diverse communities to grow ?within an exciting cultural atmosphere. ? Projected Contractor Wage: $750-$1,300/month + expenses Timeframe for Position: The Outreach Tour Coordinator role is a six-month contract position that includes advance training and opportunities for field-level experience working at the regional level beginning at least four weeks prior to the beginning of the Outreach Intern touring schedule (approximately April 15, 2016). The 2016 Outreach Internship schedule is spread over four separate segments to allow different intern teams to be rotated on and off the tour: • May 20 -- June 30 ? • July 1 – August 15 ? • August 15 – Sept. 30 ? • Oct. 1 – November 15 ? To Apply:? Please send a cover letter, resume, three references, and essay (no more than 500 words) as to why you would like to be the Outreach Tour Coordinator for Rock the Earth: ? By email:?Paige Heydon – paigeh@rocktheearth.org ? By mail:?Rock the Earth ?1536 Wynkoop St., Suite B200 Denver, CO 80202 ? Deadline: March 15, 2016?For more information about Rock the Earth, visit us at www.RockTheEarth.org.

Director of Development

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
KGNU Community Radio
Job posted on:
05 Feb 2016
Job starts on:
02 May 2016
Contact Name:
Search Committee
Email:
Phone:
3034494885
Fax:
 
Address:
4700 Walnut Street, Boulder, Colorado 80301
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Required Qualifications: • A minimum of four years’ experience as a successful fundraiser for a non-profit organization. • Superb written, verbal and presentation skills with ability to communicate effectively • Willing to make at least a two-year commitment. • Ability to effectively function in a collaborative manner with staff, board, multiple committees and a diverse volunteer and donor community to create and maintain a harmonious work environment. • Exceptional organizational, planning, and problem solving skills. • Ability to manage and implement multiple projects, set deadlines, evaluates progress and ensure accountability. • Proven success in fundraising, particularly in grant writing and major donor solicitation and cultivation. • Demonstrated ability to initiate and develop relationships with prospective donors, develop and manage budgets. • Willing to work some evenings and weekends and travel occasionally as needed. • Familiarity with marketing (both traditional and on-line), public relations, event management, and grant sourcing. • Proficient with Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and Database management • Knowledge and use of Internet Grant Portals. • Online fundraising campaign experience (crowdsourcing, CRM) • An innovative strategic thinker with demonstrated success in the creation and implementation of development plans and strategies • Knowledge of current trends in the charitable giving in the areas of fundraising events, capital campaigns, major gifts or planned giving. Preferred Qualifications: • Bilingual in Spanish/English • Demonstrated experience using listening, diplomacy and tact to build strong relationships and motivate donors and volunteers. • Independent Media, Community Radio and/or non-profit arts experience. • Knowledge of Membership Management systems, ie MemSys, CiviCRM, Allegiance, SalesForce, DonorSnap, etc. • High level computer database skills • Established relationships with foundations, businesses and philanthropists in the Boulder/Denver Community • Proficient marketing and fundraising experience with Social Media
General Job Description:
KGNU Job Opening for Director of Development KGNU Community Radio seeks a DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR to build a strong financial structure which will fuel our 2014-2018 Strategic Plans, as we forge into our 40th year. The Director of Development will report to the Station Manager and be expected to work collaboratively with staff, volunteers, and the Board of Directors in a team environment. Job Description The ideal candidate for the Director of Development position must have a proven commitment and successful track record fundraising for non-profits, a passion for community radio and independent media and the ability to plan, execute, oversee and evaluate a diverse and dynamic fundraising strategy to bring KGNU strongly into the future. The KGNU Development Director will provide overall direction, coordination, and implementation of the organization’s fund-raising operations. This position may be required to supervise staff, consultants, and volunteers who work on fundraising and giving programs. In collaboration with the Station Manager, the successful candidate will establish revenue and donation goals based on both short term goals and long range vision, as elucidated in the station’s strategic plan. The Development Director will implement and promote KGNU’s mission through fundraising campaigns and meet or exceed budgeted annual income goals. The Director of Development is charged with the responsibility of organizing and managing activities related to the analysis, planning, implementation, supervision, and evaluation of fundraising activities to successfully execute a fundraising program that will include but not be limited to: foundation grants, on-line giving campaigns, donor tracking, major donor gifts, annual and planned giving, and special events. Core Duties include but are NOT limited to: • Creating a diversified fundraising strategy, with assistance from the Station Manager. • Facilitate an active fundraising role and establish goals for members of the Board of Directors. • Assisting the Station Manager with identifying and developing opportunities for future growth. • Identify future funding needs and development of a fundraising strategy to address these needs/issues. • Identify opportunities for special fundraising campaigns; oversee and delegate tasks to implement them. • Developing a grant writing plan including annual grant cycle calendar and setting goals that are trackable. • Developing and submitting grant proposals to foundations, corporations and government agencies consistent with KGNU’s mission. • Implementing a comprehensive and robust major donor plan fully integrated with a “Moves” Management process. • Soliciting and securing contributions through planned gifts (bequeath, trusts, donations of land or other real property, annuities, stocks). • Creating, maintaining and cultivating fruitful relationships with businesses, organizations and foundations. • Supervising KGNU Underwriting Managers, track sales and develop an underwriting schedule to increase revenues. • Implementing a plan to secure business sponsorship for annual signature events and pledge drives. • Soliciting in-kind donations from businesses and corporate matching grants. • Documenting all fundraising activities and providing monthly comprehensive activity reports to the Station Manager and the Board of Directors. • Working with staff members and committees to ensure that all fundraising is consistent with the overall mission, philosophy, and strategic plan of KGNU. • Guiding the Development Committee in their role to assist in the fundraising action plans. • Participate in Development, Budget, Events Committees and any other relevant committees. About KGNU KGNU is a 38-year-old non-profit, listener-supported community radio station. Launched in Boulder Colorado at 88.5 FM we expanded in 2004 to include Denver at 1390 AM. We now serve a potential listening audience of more than 2 million people. Combining eclectic and diverse music from around the corner and around the world, with news and public affairs programming produced locally, nationally and internationally, KGNU’s mission is to provide a forum for marginalized and underrepresented voices, as well as broadcast news stories not likely to be heard in the mainstream media. KGNU is committed to diversity and inclusiveness. KGNU is committed to providing an equal employment opportunity and environment that is free from discrimination and harassment based on race, age, creed, color, religion, national origin or ancestry, sex, gender, disability, veteran status, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or pregnancy, or any other characteristic protected by state, federal, or local law. We encourage applications from all genders, people of color, and people with disabilities. SALARY: This is a Full Time position based in Boulder, Colorado with office hours in both our Boulder and Denver Offices. Salary is $44,000.00/yr with excellent medical benefits and a flexible & generous vacation policy. READ CAREFULLY AS INCOMPLETE APPLICATIONS CANNOT BE CONSIDERED: Please submit your complete resume, two relevant contacts for professional recommendations and a maximum 3 page cover letter addressing: How you are qualified to perform the core duties expected of the Development Director. What your vision is for strengthening KGNU through development and fundraising by 2018. How you heard about KGNU. Where you heard about this job opportunity. All applications should be emailed to the KGNU Development Director Search Committee at job@kgnu.org DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 25, 2016, 5PM MT THANK YOU FOR SUBMITTING AN APPLICATION. ALL APPLICANTS WILL RECEIVE A CONFIRMATION EMAIL UPON SUBMISSION OF THEIR APPLICATION. THE SEARCH COMMITTEE WILL CONTACT APPLICANTS CHOSEN FOR FIRST ROUND INTERVIEWS BY MARCH 4, 2016. As KGNU receives a high volume of very competitive applications ONLY candidates chosen for interviews will be contacted. Please, no calls or emails to the station to inquire about your application unless you have been contacted by the search committee.

Executive Director

Job Type:
Director
Agency:
Building Bridges
Job posted on:
05 Feb 2016
Job starts on:
01 Apr 2016
Contact Name:
Jaala Hemingway
Email:
Phone:
3036912393
Fax:
 
Address:
1031 33rd St, Denver, Colorado 80205
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
General Job Description:
Job Title: Executive Director
Reports To: Board of Directors/Board President
Salary Range: $50,000-$55,000 (Based on experience)
Benefits: Health insurance, PTO, and a flexible work schedule.
About Building Bridges: Building Bridges is a Denver based nonprofit organization who, for 22 years, has equipped young people with the communication and leadership skills necessary to address the root cause of hatred, discrimination, and violent conflict. Building Bridges creates a safe space for young people to meet face to face with those they have been taught to fear. Together, participating young people develop personal connections based on empathy and respect and the confidence to transform divisive attitudes in their communities.
Building Bridges is committed to working toward a vision of a more just and inclusive world, where engaged global citizens are fueled by the desire and the skills to come to deeply understand different perspectives, rather than to simply perpetuate their own.
THE OPPORTUNITY: Building Bridges is seeking a dynamic leader who can guide the organization into its next phase of development as programs are revisioned to meet the needs of today's youth in Colorado. The organization is seeking a resourceful, energetic, social justice and anti-oppression minded, inclusive leader who excels at organizational development and fundraising and is passionate about creating opportunities for young people to build connections across social divides through the development of leadership, communication, conflict resolution, allyship, and community organizing skills.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Financial Management:
• Financial management of organization; bill payment, payroll, budgeting, etc.
• Grant management
• Prepare and present financial information at monthly Board meetings
• Meet regularly with Board Treasurer to discuss and reconcile budget
• Managing, developing, and executing fundraising strategic plans
Organizational Development:
• Maintaining, communicating, and furthering organization strategic vision
• Board development, including recruitment and capacity-building
Outreach:
• Resource development; grant applications, individual donor development, events, earned income arm, sponsorship, corporate giving
• Management of brand, marketing, and public relations, including building and managing relationships with foundations, government, corporations and individual donors.
• Developing and maintaining partnerships within all sectors
• Act as liaison between Building Bridges staff and the Board of Directors
• Maintaining and developing donor relations
Human Resources:
• Responsible for staff hiring and management
• Supervise and meet regularly with Director of Programs
• Evaluation of programs and staff, including data collection systems, analysis, and presentation

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Any equivalent combination of education, experience, knowledge, skills and abilities.
Education:
• Bachelor’s Degree or five years’ experience in related fields
Experience:
• Experience working with youth from low-income families and racially/ethnically diverse backgrounds
• Leadership experience with small to mid-size organizations including managing staff and operations
• Fundraising experience with individual donors, grants, sponsorships, and events
• Demonstrated experience in youth development, as well as program and curriculum design
• Grant management
• Experience with Risk Management
• Responsible for ensuring the Board of Directors has all necessary documents prior to monthly board meetings
Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:
• Ability to multi-task, managing a wide spectrum of responsibilities
• Visionary strategic thinking, planning, and ability to work in an action oriented, dynamic environment
• Understanding of basic accounting and accounting principles
Equipment Used:
• Computer skills; MS Office Suite, Email, Google Apps for Nonprofits, Ning

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS
Experience:
• Spanish fluency helpful
• Experience with QuickBooks helpful
• Experience managing online databases
• Event planning experience
• 1 year experience with supervising professional staff
TO APPLY:
Resumes and Cover Letters should be sent to:
jaala@buildingbridgesshift.org Letters can be addressed to: Mx. Jaala Hemingway, Board Chair (Please note, Mx. is a gender-neutral prefix.) –
No phone calls accepted
Building Bridges is an inclusive and equal opportunity employer. People of color and bilingual people are strongly encouraged to apply.
DISCLAIMER:
The above is intended to describe the general content of, and requirements for, the performance of this job. It is not to be construed as an exhaustive statement of duties, responsibilities, or requirements, and does not limit the assignment of additional duties at the discretion of the supervisor.
APPLY SOON, DEADLINE IS FEBRUARY 26

Summit for Someone Program Manager

Job Type:
Other Manager (CFO, Marketing, etc)
Agency:
Big City Mountaineers
Job posted on:
05 Feb 2016
Job starts on:
01 Mar 2016
Contact Name:
Dave Couch
Email:
Phone:
303-271-9200
Fax:
 
Address:
710 10th Street, Golden, Colorado 80401
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Self-starter: high degree of self-motivation and management Leadership: ability to manage and motivate others Excited and motivated by our mission to instill critical life skills in under-served urban youth through transformative wilderness mentoring expeditions. Prior experience in event planning Prior experience developing promotional plans for grass roots non-profits Ability to multi-task: high tolerance for a fluid work environment Resiliency: ability to thrive in a high stress, and high demand culture Strong organization skills Strong verbal and written communication skills Mastery of Microsoft Suite Software Comfortable being held accountable to expectations Experience working in the Outdoor or Guiding Industry a plus
General Job Description:
The Summit for Someone (SFS) program is the premier mountaineering-based fundraiser in the country. The SFS program is modeled off the pledge-participation model of a ‘Team in Training’ or a ‘For the Cause’ event. The SFS Manager will be charged with managing the entire program, from design to execution, maintaining a high standard of quality throughout the SFS experience for hundreds of participants each season. For more information, see www.summitforsomeone.org.

Director of Development

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
Community First Foundation
Job posted on:
03 Feb 2016
Job starts on:
22 Feb 2016
Contact Name:
Angi Lewis
Email:
Phone:
7208985900
Fax:
 
Address:
5855 Wadsworth Bypass, Unit A, Arvada, Colorado 80003
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Qualifications: • Bachelor’s degree and Master’s degree preferred or equivalent experience. Study of business, finance, marketing, public administration and/or non-profit management are desirable. • Minimum of 10 years of successful fundraising among individuals, families, non-profits, businesses and/or corporations. • Demonstrated ability to develop and steward productive, long-term relationships with individuals, families, non-profits, businesses and/or corporations. • Ability to market charitable products and services to the non-profits and donor community. • Experienced with planning events and promotional activities in support of fundraising goals. • Established relationships throughout the charitable community including among non-profits and professional advisors. Behavioral & Technical Competencies: • Self-starter, problem-solver and results-oriented. • Knowledge of software including Microsoft Suite, Raiser’s Edge and Wealth Point. • Working knowledge of endowments, donor-advised funds, giving circles, field of interest funds, and planned gifts. • Understanding of financial markets and investments. • Writing, public speaking, interpersonal, analytical and presentation skills. • Familiarity with budgeting, marketing and project planning/management. • Team-oriented and committed to shared success. • Proven ability to close gifts, with demonstrated major gifts fundraising success. • Adherence to Title VII practices and EEOC standards. • Ability to preserve highly sensitive and confidential information. • Ability to handle high-pressure depending on demands. • Physical demands may involve lifting materials and equipment up to 25 pounds.
General Job Description:
Since 1975 Community First Foundation (CFF) has been helping generous donors and innovative non-profits come together to improve the quality of life and create positive change in Jefferson County, the Denver metropolitan area and beyond. We serve as a connector, partner, collaborator and resource to fuel the power of community for the greater good. We are the proud recipient of the 2013 National Philanthropy Day in Colorado Outstanding Foundation award, and our ColoradoGives.org program has changed the landscape of giving in Colorado. Development Director The Director of Development is a fundraising position that reports to the Vice President of Development in support of the short and long-term revenue goals of the Foundation. Fundraising activities focus on a moves management process to identify, cultivate, solicit and steward a portfolio of new and existing relationships. These relationships are primarily with non-profits to generate agency endowment revenues and with individuals, families, professional advisors and businesses to generate donor-advised fund revenues. As an experienced, successful major and planned gifts fundraiser, a candidate will be expected to have a demonstrated knowledge and understanding of the charitable fund products/services of a community foundation. Responsibilities: • Work with the Vice President of Development and other senior staff, to implement development initiatives in concert with other Foundation strategies. • Implement the Development Work plan, establishing priorities to successfully achieve short and long-term fundraising goals and objectives, in a measurable way. • Participate in the annual budget process, monitoring and evaluating the use of resources to maximize return on investment. • Implement a moves management process with the support of Raiser’s Edge and donor prospect software, to create a dynamic pipeline of non-profits and donors. • Collaborate with staff, including communications, finance, Colorado Gives, data team, as well as board members and professional advisors to target prospective non-profits, individuals, families, businesses and corporations, for appropriate fundraising strategies. Fund Development Activities: • Increase revenue by marketing and promoting those work plan strategies and tactics developed to attract new agency endowments and donor-advised funds, while also increasing contributions to existing funds. • Promote referrals and identify, cultivate, solicit and steward a portfolio of relationships among non-profits, professional advisors, staff and board members. • Design and implement fundraising strategies to target giving among specific groups such as women, young philanthropists, ethnic or LGBT groups, or among supporters of specific charitable causes. • Create activities and promotions to encourage planned gifts (bequests, insurance, retirement plans, charitable gift annuities and endowed funds) and to increase the number of complex gifts, such as real estate. • Utilize Raiser’s Edge to expand and strengthen the fundraising pipeline, as well as to provide reporting and analysis for staff, the executive team and board of directors. • Collaborate with Chief Financial Officer and Vice President of Development to create endowment proposals that are based on the Foundation’s investment policy, structure, process, reporting, performance and pricing. • Work with the Vice President and the communications team to gather donor stories, develop newsletter content, to create collateral materials and to plan events for non-profit and donor audiences. • Promote a culture of fundraising among staff, board, donors and supporters. • Serve as a spokesperson for the Foundation, when appropriate, promoting the mission, products and services and serving as an ambassador in the community. • Provide back up to the Vice President of Development, when needed. • Maintain the highest ethical standards and integrity in representing the Foundation to non-profits, donors, and all other parts of the community. • Take advantage of opportunities for professional development and career training. • Perform other duties as assigned. Benefits: We value our employees’ time and efforts. Our commitment to your success is enhanced by our competitive compensation and extensive benefits package including medical, dental, vision and pension plan. We work to maintain the best possible environment for our employees where people can learn and grow with the Foundation. We strive to provide a collaborative, creative environment where each person feels encouraged to contribute to our processes, decisions, planning and culture. Applicants must apply for the position by clicking the link below: http://ejob.bz/ATS/jb.do?reqGK=983248&refresh=true&portalGK=1643

Project Director, Latino Community Foundation

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
Rose Community Foundation
Job posted on:
03 Feb 2016
Job starts on:
14 Mar 2016
Contact Name:
Emma Schwarz
Email:
Phone:
303-398-7431
Fax:
303-398-7400
 
Address:
600 S. Cherry Street, Suite 1200, Denver, Colorado 80246
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Education, Experience and Skills We are seeking a Project Director with deep knowledge of the Colorado Latino community with a bachelor’s degree and at least five years of work experience in an administrative position, preferably in a fast-paced nonprofit environment. A strong background in project management is required. The ideal candidate will have experience handling administrative duties in an office setting including event and meeting planning. He or she will have experience managing projects and work assignments including effectively organizing and prioritizing work with support staff. The Project Director will have excellent written and verbal skills including unparalleled attention to detail and the ability to present information concisely and effectively. Experience communicating with a wide range of constituents across different platforms and across different cultures is a must – the Project Director will demonstrate outstanding customer service. The Project Director must be an expert user of technology including total comfort operating technology systems, Microsoft Office products (Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint and Word), Adobe Acrobat, relational databases and constituent management (CRM) systems. Personal Characteristics The ideal candidate will have a positive, can-do attitude and a good sense of humor. Motivated and curious, he or she will be a life-long learner and excellent listener. The Director will be a strategic player in helping grow the LCFC. A true team player and highly collaborative, the Project Director must be excited by the opportunity to work as part of a team as well as independently. An affinity for nonprofit work and helping advance the Latino community is a must; bilingual/bicultural a plus. Valuing excellence and reputation, the Project Director must be passionate about the LCFC’s mission, vision and values as well as who we are, what we do and where we’re going.
General Job Description:
Compelled by our guiding principles and values of philanthropy, justice and nondiscrimination, Rose Community Foundation works to enhance the quality of life of the Greater Denver community through our leadership, resources, traditions and values. The Latino Community Foundation of Colorado (LCFC), an initiative of Rose Community Foundation, is seeking a talented Project Director to help oversee initiatives, produce special events, cultivate/manage donors and assist in the grantmaking process. The Project Director should be a role model for LCFC culture and stay abreast of philanthropic, economic, and social trends related to the Latino community of Colorado. The candidate must be able to anticipate project needs, discern work priorities, meet deadlines with little supervision and be willing to work occasional evenings and weekends. Responsibilities Charged with providing project management as well as managing volunteers and support staff, the Project Director will be responsible for: Project Management • Oversee the LatinasRepresent Colorado initiative. • Serve as liaison with national partners. • Attend and help produce a national convening for LatinasRepresent national partners. • Develop annual reports. • Support other initiatives. Event Planning, Production and Administration • Plan and produce the annual forum and donor reception along with other smaller events throughout the year. • Negotiate space contracts, arrange food/beverage and audiovisual equipment and coordinate other event duties to ensure a successful event. • Serve as liaison with vendors/sponsors on event-related matters. • Develop event budgets, oversee vendor payouts, and track finances. Philanthropic Activities Oversee the Latinos Engaged in Enterprising Philanthropy initiative by: • Assisting in cultivation and management of funders including foundations, corporations and individual donors. • Creating fundraising reports and overseeing the donor database. • Coordinating production annual appeal letters. • Managing fundraising strategies for donors under $300. • Ensuring a high-quality experience for all donors. Grantmaking • Support the Executive Director in the annual grantmaking process by disseminating requests for proposals, answering questions and providing guidance to applicants, reviewing proposals, conducting site visits, working with the review committee and following up with applicants. • Assist in producing two annual grantee events. • Communicate proactively with grantees and attend grantees’ events. Supervisor Relationship The Project Director works with the LCFC team and staff of the Rose Community Foundation and reports to the LCFC Executive Director. Salary and Benefits This full-time, non-exempt position’s salary will be commensurate with background and experience. Rose Community Foundation provides a competitive benefits package. EOE Submission deadline is 5:00 p.m. on February 29, 2016. Interested candidates should email their cover letter, résumé and salary requirements to: Search Committee at hr@rcfdenver.org. No phone calls please.

Staff Accountant

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
St. Mary's Academy
Job posted on:
01 Feb 2016
Job starts on:
17 Feb 2016
Contact Name:
Patty Disney
Email:
Phone:
3037628300
Fax:
 
Address:
4545 S. University Blvd., Englewood, Colorado 80113
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Education and qualifications should include the following: • Bachelors degree in accounting; • Strong organization skills with a high level of attention to detail; • Strong computer skills, including experience with spreadsheets, accounting software (experience with Financial Edge preferred) and Microsoft Office applications; • Minimum two years experience in non-profit or school; • Ability to work independently and as part of a team; • A sense of resonance with the St. Mary’s Academy mission.
General Job Description:
St. Mary's Academy Overview: St. Mary’s Academy, located in Englewood, Colorado is Metro Denver’s premier Catholic, independent school offering rigorous academics in its co-ed lower and middle schools, and its high school for girls. St. Mary’s Academy offers a safe, yet innovative program that embraces all student backgrounds, and fosters character and moral development from Junior Kindergarten to Graduation. St. Mary’s Academy is a close community where faculty and staff serve as role models for the students in accordance with a mission to foster excellence in each child through academic achievement, spiritual development and service. The qualities of a strong work ethic, desire for personal growth, and commitment to life-long learning that St. Mary’s Academy expects of students is likewise an expectation for faculty and staff. Each day, too, is an opportunity to live the Loretto School Values of faith, community, justice, and respect. St. Mary’s Academy is committed to recruiting and retaining a diverse faculty and staff who are dedicated to their profession and to the well-being and life of the St. Mary’s Academy community. St. Mary's Academy does not discriminate on the basis of age, color, sex, disability, marital status, national or ethnic origin, race, sexual orientation or religion. This policy applies to all areas of student concerns: educational policies, admission policies (historically high school admission is open to women only), scholarship, and grant-in-aid programs, athletic and other school-administered programs as well as employee/personnel concerns. St. Mary's Academy is an equal opportunity employer. Job Description: St. Mary’s Academy is seeking a Staff Accountant, which is a ¾-time, 12-month, non-exempt position reporting to the CFO. This individual will support the organization by performing accounting duties, which result in an efficient Business Office and accurate organizational financial reports. Major Duties and Responsibilities: • Prepare and enter journal entries in general ledger system, prepare deposits and enter in general ledger system; • Monthly reconcile all asset accounts including cash, investments, prepaid expenses, accounts receivables, pledge receivables, and fixed assets; • Quarterly reconcile all inventory accounts; • Monthly reconcile donations received with the Development office; • Monthly update the temporarily restricted and board designated spreadsheet; • Process summer camps and program payments; • Perform monthly and year-end close of the general ledger and review with CFO; • Assist in the preparation of monthly financial reports including cash flow and financial statements. • Send managers their budget to actual reports on a monthly basis; • Maintain chart of accounts and budget information in the computer system; • Enter checks issued in the banking positive pay system; • Process monthly ACH transactions; • On a daily basis, review activity on the banking website and communicate items such as wires, nsf checks, etc.; • Assist CFO in coordinating the year-end audit and in preparation of year-end audit schedules; • Oversee the credit card payment systems (PayPal & Colorado Gives) and provide reports to development office as appropriate; • Assist CFO with endowment reporting; • Assist Admissions Department with enrollment contracts; • Other tasks as assigned; • Adhere to and support the mission of St. Mary’s Academy.

Executive Director

Job Type:
Director
Agency:
InReach
Job posted on:
01 Feb 2016
Job starts on:
16 May 2016
Contact Name:
Julie Jacobs
Email:
Phone:
303-442-4562
Fax:
303-442-2843
 
Address:
1240 Pine St., Boulder, Colorado 80302
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Master’s degree in nonprofit management or similar area, or equivalent work experience, preferably in health and human services or business management. ? Preference given to candidates with background or experience in provision of mental health services. ? Experience in a senior management or leadership position in a nonprofit organization or related setting. ? Excellence in organizational management, with the ability to coach staff, manage and develop personnel, set, and achieve strategic objectives. ? Strong marketing, public relations and fundraising experience with the ability to engage a wide range of stakeholders ? Appreciation of the ethical and legal considerations related to working in an organization providing mental health training and services ? Solid written and oral communications skills ? Excellent strategic thinking skills ? Familiarity with Quickbooks and financial oversight of an organization ? Skill and experience with budget management, including budget preparation, analysis, decision-making and reporting ? Comfort working in an entrepreneurial atmosphere, with an organization experiencing a lot of change ? Exceptional candidates who may not meet all of the above qualifications will be considered on a case-by-case basis
General Job Description:
We are seeking a part time (20 hours/week) Executive Director for our organization. The Executive Director of InReach is the management leader of the organization. The Executive Director is responsible for ensuring the fiscal health of the organization as well as overseeing the staff, operations, and administration of programs/services and the execution of the strategic plan of the organization. Other responsibilities include fundraising, marketing, community outreach, and fiscal planning. The position reports directly to the Board of Directors.

Compliance and Data Specialist

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
City of Boulder Division of Housing
Job posted on:
01 Feb 2016
Job starts on:
04 Apr 2016
Contact Name:
Kristin Hyser
Email:
Phone:
303.441.4187
Fax:
 
Address:
1300 Canyon Blvd., Boulder, Colorado 80302
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
REQUIRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor's degree in Public Administration, Social Services or related field and a minimum of two years related experience in a human services organization, nonprofit, public or private agency with experience in compliance and monitoring duties or any equivalent combination of education and/or experience. Demonstrated ability to understand, interpret and apply rules, regulations and policies; process and maintain records and compile data accurately; assume responsibility, balance priorities and manage multiple projects under deadlines; detail oriented and experience with quality control; establish and maintain effective communications and collaborative working relationships; excellent verbal and written communication skills; strong organizational abilities, time management skills and ability to follow through; competence using standard office technological tools including records management, database and spreadsheet software, with proficiency with Microsoft Word and Excel; work independently. Valid driver's license. Have and maintain acceptable background information, including criminal conviction history and motor vehicle record. DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS – In addition to the required minimum qualifications: Experience with HOME, CDBG, or other U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Community Planning and Development programs. Experience with contracts and grant compliance. Experience with data records management systems, software and reporting outcomes.
General Job Description:
Under general supervision, ensures program and project compliance with all applicable federal, state and local requirements. Coordinates the Division of Housing's data collection systems and supports records management systems. Provides external and internal professional customer service and handles confidential, personal and other sensitive information.

Marketing Associate

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
Colorado Ballet
Job posted on:
29 Jan 2016
Job starts on:
19 Feb 2016
Contact Name:
Sanya Andersen-Vie
Email:
Phone:
(303) 837-8888
Fax:
 
Address:
1075 Santa Fe Drive, Denver, Colorado 80204
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Requirements • 2-3 years of professional marketing or graphic design experience required. • Proficiency using Adobe design programs including InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop. Experience using Adobe CS5 or newer versions preferred. • Experience writing HTML and updating websites utilizing a content management system. • Experience using social media platforms including Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Instagram. • Excellent computer skills, including Microsoft Office programs. • Excellent verbal and written communication skills. • Proven ability to work in a highly collaborative manner. • Strong organizational skills; ability to handle multiple priorities and deadlines. • Bachelor’s degree in Marketing, Graphic Design, Public Relations or other related field. • Must have a passion for non-profit, arts, or cultural organizations. • Preferred: experience shooting and editing photos and video using Adobe Photoshop and Premiere Pro.
General Job Description:
Job Summary The Marketing Associate is responsible for designing Colorado Ballet’s digital and print promotional materials and advertisements. The Marketing Associate also assists with other marketing activities including creating e-newsletters, updating the website, creating social media content, and shooting and editing photos and videos. The Marketing Associate will report to the Public Relations and Marketing Manager and will work closely with Colorado Ballet’s outside advertising agency and media buying agency. He/she will also work collaboratively with ticketing department staff to promote performances as well as all other departments at Colorado Ballet including Development, Colorado Ballet Academy, and Education & Community Engagement. Duties and Job Functions Specific duties include, but are not limited to: • Design print collateral for Colorado Ballet performances, Academy, special events, outreach programs and fundraising activities. Design projects will include using existing design elements and creating new design concepts. • Assist PR & Marketing Manager and advertising agency with creation and execution of performance season creative concepts. • Incorporating the creative “look” of seasonal campaign into all Colorado Ballet marketing materials. • Design print and digital advertisements. • Create digital graphics for use on Colorado Ballet’s website, e-blasts and social media pages. • Edit photos for use in promotional materials. • Assist with the creation of e-newsletters. Some HTML knowledge is needed. • Assist with social media and website updates as needed. • Assist with additional marketing activities. • Some early, late, and weekend hours will be necessary. Application Please submit a resume, cover letter, three professional references and salary expectations to info@coloradoballet.org. Submissions without these required items will not be considered. No phone calls please – all submissions will be acknowledged. Colorado Ballet is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Executive Director

Job Type:
Director
Agency:
Rocky Mountain Children's Law Center
Job posted on:
29 Jan 2016
Job starts on:
01 Mar 2016
Contact Name:
Randy Fons
Email:
Phone:
303-302-9918
Fax:
 
Address:
1325 Colorado Blvd. Suite 701, Denver, Colorado 80222
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree preferred • A proven track record of leadership and strong oral and written communication skills • Ability to work in a team environment as well as independently • Significant experience in child welfare and advocacy • Demonstrated fundraising/development experience •
General Job Description:
The Rocky Mountain Children's Law Center is seeking qualified candidates for its Executive Director position. We are a center dedicated to preventing child abuse, protecting children that have suffered maltreatment, and preparing children for a future that is abuse free. Through the work of our attorney's and clinical consultants, we strive to advocate for Colorado's most vulnerable children. Duties of the Executive Director include working with the board of directors and the Deputy Executive Director to establish the vision and strategic direction of the Children’s Law Center, working with the organization’s senior management team to implement the strategic plan, developing the financial resources and operational capacity of the organization, and overseeing the organization’s financial management. The Executive Director also ensures quality programming, cost-effective management of operations, and excellent internal and external communications. The Executive Director serves as the chief liaison with community groups, government agencies, and state and national legislative bodies, developing effective partnerships throughout the state and nation.

Development Administrator

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
National MS Society, Colorado-Wyoming Chapter
Job posted on:
28 Jan 2016
Job starts on:
04 Mar 2016
Contact Name:
Sophia Conti
Email:
Phone:
303-698-5434
Fax:
 
Address:
900 S. Broadway, Suite 250, Denver, Colorado 80209
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Minimum of Bachelor’s degree. At least 1-2 years of experience in fundraising or development. Prior experience with event planning, community development, volunteer management and/or marketing is desirable. Demonstrates future-oriented vision and ability to define a strategic direction, set goals and take action and achieve goals. Able to organize job activities and establish a course of action for self and others and manage performance to desired results; able to prioritize, meet deadlines, schedule and monitor multiple projects with competing priorities. Must possess strong communication and interpersonal skills, the ability to manage difficult or complex situations with tact, confidence and diplomacy, and a strong professional demeanor. Able to establish strong collaborative relationships and work with others in a cooperative and effective manner in support of the mission.
General Job Description:
Under the direction of the Donor Relations Officer, will assist with all details of the Golden Circle (major gifts) and teams campaign, maintain the Tribute & Memorial (T&M) and Workplace Giving (WPG) campaigns, and provide additional department support as needed. The Development Administrator will work in close collaboration with the Chapter’s fundraising staff, committees and volunteers. 1. Administrative (75% of time) • Manage and oversee all mailings associated with Golden Circle. Including, but not limited to solicitations, tax letters, newsletters, invitations, holiday cards and post salon mailings as required. • Purchase all collateral materials and supplies for Golden Circle, T&M and WPG mailings • Maintain accurate donor records for all campaigns, including filing, data entry, and uploading of interactions in Altair. • Maintain records to track and evaluate campaign performance for GC, T&M and WPG. • Manage and monitor T&M drafts, cards and receipts so that they are sent in a timely manner. • Facilitate quarterly NOW e-blasts/mailings and periodic invitations to Society special events and webcasts. • Assist with content for Individual Giving section of newsletter. Including writing and editing articles, assembling content, and coordinating with communications team. • Produce acquisition, retention and upgrade quarterly reports for Golden Circle • Run queries, review weekly SMART reports from Data Entry for accuracy. Assign appropriate classification codes to Golden Circle Members and Prospects. Ensure database integrity and correct mistakes. • Route thank you calls to relationship managers based off weekly SMART report. • Confirm and track donor recognition preferences, including anonymous indicators, and ensure correct donor listings for various Chapter publications, donor walls and other recognition areas. • Assist in the planning of Fundraiser Engagement events such as the Closer to a Cure Celebration, kick-off parties, and the National Leadership Conference. • Coordinate and facilitate the ordering of team awards, ensuring accurate information. • Assist in the fulfillment of fundraising club benefits including the mailings, ordering gifts and facilitating that distribution, and other details as assigned. • Coordinate the logistics of the VIP areas at events including the catering, set up, and give-aways. • Run reports for internal and external Fundraiser Engagement needs, including team rosters, team/individual fundraising totals, and weekly/monthly trending reports. • Coordinate Walk and Bike Team Village logistics including the reservation system, benefit fulfillment, and appropriate communications to respective audiences. • Assist in the Fundraiser Engagement administration of Mass Market events such as fulfilling/mailing contest prizes, mailing event information, and maintaining documents for accuracy and relevance. • Work with the Volunteer Manager to secure the necessary volunteer resources for Individual Giving and Fundraiser Engagement projects and events. • Work with Marketing and Communications teams to update the Fundraiser Engagement, T & M, and Golden Circle areas of the website along with other areas as assigned. • Provide administrative support to ensure invoices are submitted/paid as well as completing/submitting project requests for marketing and communications projects. 2. Development (20% of time) • Recruit, cultivate, retain and grow donors that are essential to each campaign, including personal Golden Circle portfolio and event participant portfolio. • Maintain positive and supportive relationships with donors from all campaigns through follow-up communication, personal notes, and "Thank You" calls. • Create and work MOVES plan for top assigned donors • Assist in the planning and logistics of Golden Circle events and research receptions. • Work collaboratively within all geographical areas of the Chapter to build community resources that result in mutually beneficial relationships. • Assist with donor inquiries for information about programs and research. • Assist in the creation, coordination, and tracking of event blitz calls. • Assist in scheduling and facilitating Lunch and Learn events. 3. Marketing & Community Relations (5% of time) • Maintain current knowledge on MS treatment and research information as well as information on Chapter wide programs and services. • Assist in advocating for the MS community and the National MS Society to members, the public, professionals and community organizations. • Represent the Chapter and the Society at public forums, conferences, workshops, media events to enhance knowledge and awareness of MS within a given geographic community. • Identify resources and build relationships with community organizations to create cross-promotional opportunities to increase awareness, participation and revenue for the work of National MS Society. APPLY on National MS Society website: https://recruiting.adp.com/srccar/RTI.home?c=1109441&d=External&r=5000079296906#.VqqS07YwEs8.email NO PHONE CALLS OR EMAILS PLEASE

Facilitator

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
Goodwill Industries of Denver
Job posted on:
27 Jan 2016
Job starts on:
15 Feb 2016
Contact Name:
Lee Ann Morning
Email:
Phone:
3036507700
Fax:
 
Address:
711 Park Ave, Denver, Colorado 80205
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Bachelor’s (B.A.) degree mandatory in related discipline and minimum of 1 year experience associated with the delivery of human services to a youth population; or equivalent combination of education and experience Current Colorado substitute teacher authorization is required. A Secondary Education credential issued from the Colorado Department of Education is preferred. Employee must have a clear Colorado driver’s license to drive on Goodwill business. Must pass background check.
General Job Description:
Please apply on-line only. Do not email resume. https://careers-goodwilldenver.icims.com/jobs/1940/facil-schooltowork/job Designs and delivers Youth Services (YS) curriculum as guided by Manager – Youth Services. Generates syllabi for assigned classes in accordance to school administration standards and with guidance from Manager. Prepares learning targets and outlines for courses following Goodwill curriculum guidelines and/or program requirements. Implements YS curriculum as either Teacher of Record or Resource Specialist. Instructs students using audiovisual aids and other materials to supplement curriculum presentation. Conducts and/or coordinates training associated with career and workforce readiness, post-secondary education, employment search, professionalism, and volunteerism. Encourages youth participation in Goodwill support programs, including but not limited to, mentoring, Student Advisory Council, and summer programming. Monitors student progress and meets with students to assist with academic and personal development, and involves appropriate school staff and parent/guardian when needed. Assists with coordination of work site tours, community activities, job shadows and job and internship placement opportunities for youth. Develops partnerships with community organizations and connects youth to resources in the areas of career and workforce readiness, mentoring, tutoring, scholarship search, post-secondary preparation, leadership training, and other areas to support success in school and/or the workforce. Identifies goals and strategies in concert with school priorities to better serve the needs of students preparing for productive professional lives. Coordinates and delivers summer-based Youth Services programming to ensure continuity of mission objectives throughout the year, unless unpaid leave option is taken. Collects and maintains accurate and timely reports of student information and data for evaluation needs and progress reports. Utilizes data provided by the PME department with manager oversight to monitor progress towards YS annual goals. Surveys counselors, teachers, administrators and students. Delivers pre- and post- program tests to students. Evaluates results to provide data for program outcomes and satisfaction of program. May be expected to meet additional requirements, such as collecting and/or providing additional data, maintaining participant files, administering and/or completing different surveys, or completing monthly timesheets, related to particular programs or funding sources. Maintains knowledge of principles, practices and objectives as related to the youth population, post-secondary education, case management, public assistance and support, as well as program evaluation and outcome measures in relation to the delivery of Goodwill Youth Services programs. Participates in awareness events in conjunction with Back-to-School Night, Spring Resource Fair, 9th Grade Parent Night, and College Friday to encourage student and family engagement with education and the school community. Promotes internal and external programs benefitting the youth population among the student population, faculty, administration, and within the local community using various creative mediums to reach intended audience. Acts as a case manager in response to student crises and refers student to available internal and/or external resources to address needs. Actively generates referrals to Goodwill and partner programs and recruits volunteers, mentors, and interns from the community. Attends school administration and community meetings and acts as a spokesperson for Goodwill Youth Services programming. Performs any other duties as required or assigned.

Youth Services Specialist

Job Type:
Volunteer Coordinator
Agency:
Goodwill Industries of Denver
Job posted on:
27 Jan 2016
Job starts on:
15 Feb 2016
Contact Name:
Goodwill Human Resources
Email:
Phone:
3036507700
Fax:
 
Address:
711 Park Ave, Denver, Colorado 80205
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Works as part of a team and with Volunteer Recruitment Specialist to recruit, screen and train volunteers and/or mentors. Responsible for scheduling volunteers and/or mentors and providing a positive experience for them in the classroom in conjunction with support staff. Plans and executes high quality, professional volunteer events to enhance classroom and/or community-based programming. Supports Manager, Facilitators, and other Youth Services staff with programming and additional functions to provide quality services to students and youth in GID service area Assists with coordination of work site tours, campus visits, community activities, job shadows and job and internship placement opportunities for youth. Develops partnerships with community programs providing human services to the youth population including but not limited to career and workforce readiness, mentoring, tutoring, scholarship search, post-secondary preparation, and leadership training. Supports planning and implementation of staff meetings, Youth Services and other Goodwill events, and participates on committees as directed by Manager. Conducts or coordinates training associated with career and workforce readiness, post-secondary education, employment search, professionalism, and volunteerism. Encourages youth participation in Goodwill support programs including but not limited to mentoring, Student Advisory Council, and summer programming. Meets with youth 1-on-1 or in groups to assist with academic and personal development, and involves appropriate school staff, Goodwill staff, and parent/guardian when needed.
General Job Description:
Please apply on-line through our website. Do not email your resume directly. https://careers-goodwilldenver.icims.com/jobs/1945/youth-services-specialist/job Coordinates and delivers summer-based Youth Services programming to ensure continuity of mission objectives throughout the year. Collects and maintains accurate and timely reports of volunteer and student information for evaluation needs and progress reports to allow for the growth, success and sustainability of Youth Services Program. Monitors the quality of the data they submit into Salesforce through participation in monthly audits of their data with the Program Monitoring and Evaluation (PME) department. Utilizes data provided by the PME department with manager oversight to monitor progress towards their annual goals. Participates in promotional events in conjunction with available internship opportunities, Volunteers Rock and encourage student engagement with education and the community. Promotes internal and external programs benefitting the youth population among the student population, and within the local community using various creative mediums to reach intended audience. Actively generates referrals to Goodwill and partner programs and recruits volunteers, mentors, and interns from the community. Utilizes social media to promote Goodwill and partner services and to communicate student success stories. Acts as classroom instructor and substitute teacher, as business needs dictate.

Director, One School at a Time

Job Type:
Director
Agency:
One School at a Time
Job posted on:
27 Jan 2016
Job starts on:
01 Mar 2016
Contact Name:
Bay Roberts
Email:
Phone:
303-447-8836
Fax:
 
Address:
PO Box 342, Eldorado Springs, Colorado 80025
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
This is a part-time position, 20 hours a week, with flexible hours working from your home office. The current Director, Bay Roberts, is available to mentor and provide transition support to the new Director over the next year.This position will be wholly funded through grants and fundraising. This opportunity is perfect for someone with a passion for community development work and nonprofit management. Skills Needed: detail oriented writing skills common sense comfort and skill handling financial matters computer skills: spreadsheet, pages, slideshow program, ability to work with wordpress website, skype, database people person, good communication skills, ability to skillfully handle conflicts and supervise employees. patience willing to travel to Uganda once a year, and live and work in primitive conditions. public speaking and presentation skills passion for our community development work and interest in development, non profits etc.
General Job Description:
Duties include: Supervise trained, experienced long-term Ugandan Program Manager, using Skype Supervise U.S.-based One School at a Time volunteers Oversee all financial matters Fundraise, grant writing, cultivate donors and network Publicity and outreach: maintain web site, newsletters, brochure, and Facebook page Educate and engage kids through slideshows and presentations to local schools

Operations Manager

Job Type:
Other Manager (CFO, Marketing, etc)
Agency:
Mental Health America of Colorado
Job posted on:
26 Jan 2016
Job starts on:
01 Mar 2016
Contact Name:
Laura Cordes
Email:
Phone:
7202082220
Fax:
7202082250
 
Address:
1120 N. Lincoln St., Suite 1606, Denver, Colorado 80203
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS • Associate’s degree; bachelor’s degree preferred • Three+ years of experience in an administrative position • Bookkeeping experience, preferably with QuickBooks • High level of accuracy and attention to detail • Passion for mental health and the mission and vision of the organization • Proven ability to organize and meet deadlines • Excellent internal and external customer service skills
General Job Description:
Mental Health America of Colorado is Colorado’s leading advocate for the prevention, early intervention and effective treatment of mental illness. The Operations Manager is responsible for handling MHAC’s administrative functions, including bookkeeping, database management, human resources support, vendor relations, clerical work, and administrative support for the President and CEO. PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES General Administration • Enforce office policies and procedures; makes changes to improve operational efficiency • Answer phones and serve as office receptionist • Manage volunteer program • Manage room reservations (onsite and off), meeting set up, and attendance collection Bookkeeping • Prepare and enter check requests for processing • Oversee reimbursement requests and credit card reconciliations • Maintain vendor/payables files and oversee vendor relations • Make bank deposits as necessary • Enter receivables into accounting system • Process credit card payments Database • Manage database, run reports, and oversee updates as needed • Input data and coordinate system for other staff • Troubleshoot technology problems • Ensure security, integrity, and confidentiality of data • Organize retention, protection, retrieval, transfer and removal of records (digital and paper files) Human Resources • Prepare welcome packets and orientations for new employees, volunteers, and interns • Monitor leave accrued and taken Facilities • Serve as liaison between staff and IT contractor, building management, phone contractor • Maintain office equipment and furniture, including repairs and upgrades • Address staff needs for keys, building entrance cards, parking passes, other facility items President & CEO Support • Organize schedule • Calculate and complete paperwork for reimbursements • Field and triage incoming requests (mail and email) • Debrief on activities and needs

Director of Development

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
Colorado Ballet
Job posted on:
25 Jan 2016
Job starts on:
12 Feb 2016
Contact Name:
Mark Chase
Email:
Phone:
(303) 837-8888
Fax:
 
Address:
1075 Santa Fe Drive, Denver, Colorado 80204
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Required: • Degree – BA/BS from an accredited four-year college or university. • 5+ years experience in development demonstrating progressive growth in responsibility. • Demonstrated ability to secure individual gifts of $25k or higher. • Demonstrated ability to secure corporate sponsors of $50K or higher. • Knowledge of and ability to work with donor databases, i.e. Tessitura, Raiser’s Edge, etc. • Knowledge of and ability to work with current professional tools and platforms, i.e. desktop/laptop computers; document creation software for spreadsheets, text based, and other documents; presentation software; email and voicemail. • Preference for candidate who knows and has worked in Denver and Colorado market. • Preference for candidate who has worked in development in an arts organization.
General Job Description:
Role Responsibilities: The individual in this role will work closely with the Managing Director of Advancement (MDA) to steward the current pool of individual/major donors as well as the corporate donors. Most critically, this role will work to cultivate new relationships with and secure additional major donors and corporate sponsors, and review and refine current outreach efforts and development team structure. Individual/Major/Corporate Donors: • Identify, cultivate, solicit, and secure new major ($5k and higher) and significant ($1k - $5k) individual donors. • Stewardship of current major and significant donors. • Review current major and individual donors; create plan(s) to grow these donors. • Identify, cultivate, solicit, and secure new corporate sponsors, underwriters and partners. • Review current plan for corporate sponsorship; review and consider benefits and recognition including: season and/or performance sponsorships, program underwriting, education/outreach partnerships, and events engagement. • Stewardship of current corporate relationships. Create plan(s) for new ways to engage and expand these donors. • Craft and present proposals to prospects for consideration, aligning with donor’s interest, donor’s financial situation, and Colorado Ballet’s mission and vision. • Initiate and maintain regular contact with current and prospective donors by visit, letter and phone; aim to achieve a minimum of 12 to 15 personal visits a month for cultivation and stewardship of current and prospective donors. • Participate in regular screening and review meetings with MDA, development chair, and development staff to identify new prospects and plan cultivation, solicitation and stewardship strategies for individual, major, corporate, capital, and endowment gifts. • Coordinate all strategies for solicitations for major gift prospects with MDA, development chair, board chair, and development staff. • Must maintain confidentiality of all constituency records and information. • Report regularly to MDA and development committee on activities and progress with regard to individual, major, and corporate donors. Board and Development Committee: • Partner with development committee co-chairs and MDA to plan agenda, report progress and data, and attend monthly development committee meetings. • Assist MDA with board meeting preparation and presentation and attend as requested. • Act as a liaison with board and Colorado Ballet. Annual Budget and Development Reporting: • In collaboration with MDA, generate annual development budget for review and approval. • In collaboration with MDA and development team, generate monthly development reporting for board meetings and committee meetings to document and track progress towards goals. Events: • Collaborate with MDA, Artistic Director, and development team to set the calendar annually for development events, including: Gala, Golf Tournament, Opening Nights, Attitude on Santa Fe, Behind the Scenes Luncheons, Ladies at the Barre, and others. • Partner with MDA and development staff to set budgets for events, ensure appropriate staffing, volunteers, support, and resources are assigned. • Attend events as required and act as point person for board members, major donors, and corporate sponsors. • With MDA, supervise event planning, preparation, and organization and serve as supervisor to Event Coordinator. Other: • Ensure all necessary documentation and reporting is current. • Supervise and manage development staff. • Other duties as may be required. To apply: Please submit a resume, cover letter, and salary expectations to hr@coloradoballet.org. Submissions without these required items will not be considered. No phone calls please – all submissions will be acknowledged. Colorado Ballet is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Admissions Assistant

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
St. Mary's Academy
Job posted on:
25 Jan 2016
Job starts on:
15 Mar 2016
Contact Name:
Lindsey Lopez
Email:
Phone:
3037628300
Fax:
 
Address:
4545 S. University Blvd., Englewood, Colorado 80113
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Education and qualifications should include the following: • Associate's or bachelor's degree in a related field; • A minimum of three years' experience in an administrative position, preferably in a not for-profit and/or admissions office; • Must be proficient in Microsoft Word & Excel; • Database management experience – Blackbaud Admissions Office preferred; • Eagerness to learn as well as a willingness to be trained in fundamentals of software and database essentials as necessary; • Excellent verbal and written communications and editing skills; • Ability to organize and prioritize work, multi-task and manage time effectively; • Ability to work independently with little supervision as well as be a collaborative team member; • Excellent interpersonal skills; • Comfortable with social media; • Ability to speak Spanish or other foreign languages, preferred.
General Job Description:
St. Mary's Academy Overview: St. Mary’s Academy, located in Englewood, Colorado is Metro Denver’s premier Catholic, independent school offering rigorous academics in its co-ed lower and middle schools, and its high school for girls. St. Mary’s Academy offers a safe, yet innovative program that embraces all student backgrounds, and fosters character and moral development from Junior Kindergarten to Graduation. St. Mary’s Academy is a close community where faculty and staff serve as role models for the students in accordance with a mission to foster excellence in each child through academic achievement, spiritual development and service. The qualities of a strong work ethic, desire for personal growth, and commitment to life-long learning that St. Mary’s Academy expects of students is likewise an expectation for faculty and staff. Each day, too, is an opportunity to live the Loretto School Values of faith, community, justice, and respect. St. Mary’s Academy is committed to recruiting and retaining a diverse faculty and staff who are dedicated to their profession and to the well-being and life of the St. Mary’s Academy community. St. Mary's Academy does not discriminate on the basis of age, color, sex, disability, marital status, national or ethnic origin, race, sexual orientation or religion. This policy applies to all areas of student concerns: educational policies, admission policies (historically high school admission is open to women only), scholarship, and grant-in-aid programs, athletic and other school-administered programs as well as employee/personnel concerns. St. Mary's Academy is an equal opportunity employer. Job Description: St. Mary’s Academy is seeking an Admissions Assistant, which is a full-time, 12-month, non-exempt position reporting to the Director of Admission & Financial Aid. This individual will support the organization by managing the administrative aspects of admissions-related activities including database management, open houses and special events. The Admissions Assistant is expected to provide outstanding customer service to prospective and current school families, trustees, alumni and other school community members, in-person, on the telephone and via electronic communication. He or she is expected to also have the basic information necessary to answer frequently asked questions to better serve school community members with various inquiries. Occasional off-hour attendance at and assistance with Admissions events will be necessary. Major Duties and Responsibilities: • Coordinate production and mailing of all admissions letters and communication as directed; • Perform all data entry with admissions database including inquiries, entry of new student intakes, tracking of application and enrollment documents and monies, etc.; • Create, maintain, and update database of school contacts, including pre-schools and their directors, Realtors, local organization directors and other contacts, annually; • Maintain inventory of admission materials, applications, publications, and letterhead as well as prepared admissions information packets; • Maintain guest lists & RSVPs, gather and prepare registration materials, staff registration table, assist with reserving, setting up and cleaning up event space, create nametags, obtain and coordinate refreshments and/or catering for all admissions events & open houses; • Offer tours as well as parent/student interviews as needed; • Request and maintain contact and birth date information on siblings of current/former school students for recruitment purposes; • Prepare admission files for all applicants; • Create reports from admission database as directed; include status reports of admission funnel progression, re-enrollment of returning students, and attrition; • Maintain confidentiality with queries regarding financial assistance documents; • Other duties as assigned; • Adhere to and support the mission of St. Mary’s Academy.

Development and Events Officer

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
American Indian Science and Engineering Society
Job posted on:
25 Jan 2016
Job starts on:
15 Feb 2016
Contact Name:
Kellie Jewett-Fernandez
Email:
Phone:
(505) 765-1052
Fax:
 
Address:
2305 Renard SE, Suite 200, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87106
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
GENERAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: •Assist in the formulation of Events strategic annual and long-term programmatic goals and serve as the lead role in carrying out the goals. •Participate in the development of sponsor strategies, and work as part of the Development Team to meet sponsorship goals. Including the identification of prospective sponsors and growing the levels of support of existing sponsors and exhibitors. •Develop and manage budgets for all AISES events. •Oversee and direct activities of all planning committees. •Ensure AISES meets its commitments to all sponsors and exhibitors according to agreements and/or contracts. •Design the set-up, plan and coordinate event programs, facilitating all logistics for each event. •Oversee the selection, guidance and utilization of program staff to fulfill pre-planning, on-site support and post-event closeout activities for each event. •Negotiate and contract with vendors for a variety of services related to special events planning in adherence to all organization policies and procedures; and monitor services to ensure contract terms are satisfied. •Work with appropriate AISES staff and contractors to promote and market events. •Develop and maintain extensive network of contacts, internal and external, to facilitate event coordination and attend events to oversee activities and ensure details are handled as arranged. •Coordinate sponsorship activities for annual events with CEO and Director of Business and Program Development. •Serves as the primary point of contact for all exhibitors, and oversee management of speakers and presenters. •Conducts regular reviews of budgetary status. •Develops and/or maintains process documents for annual events. •Performs miscellaneous duties as assigned.?
General Job Description:
The Development and Events Officer is responsible for planning, promoting and managing AISES’ annual events by developing concepts, designing promotional materials and directing logistical planning. The Development and Events Officer will authorize or secure temporary or additional staff as needed, and bid for and recommend any necessary subcontracts to deliver events, including audio-visual and technical production, decorators, marketing, registration, promotions, and other event-related service providers. The Development and Events Officer will also work in coordination with the Director of Business and Program Development and the CEO in managing sponsor relationships, securing new sponsors and exhibitors, and fulfilling specific commitments for both groups as specified. The incumbent will develop and manage budgets for each event, coordinate compilation of event reports, outcomes and evaluation of event effectiveness and impacts on AISES’ various constituencies.

Membership and Communications Manager

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
American Indian Science and Engineering Society
Job posted on:
25 Jan 2016
Job starts on:
15 Feb 2016
Contact Name:
Lisa Paz
Email:
Phone:
(505) 765-1052
Fax:
 
Address:
2305 Renard SE, Suite 200, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87106
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
ESSENTIAL FUNCTION/RESPONSIBILITIES: •Implement annual and long-term membership plans including effective and creative strategies for membership recruitment and retention. •Receive, process and manage new and renewed annual memberships. •Monitor and maintain the online membership processing system. •Respond to inquiries from the public. •Receive, process and manage Sequoyah pledges and memberships. •Maintain current and accurate member data and demographics. •Prepare membership reports including detailed reports on membership-related data, including reports focusing on regional concentrations of members, demographics summaries and areas for potential growth of membership base. •Collect, review and input program data into a computer processing system in appropriate formats for active and historical data. •Query data as needed to produce program reports for program staff, executive management and the general public. •Support preparation of public information including print pieces, annual reports, press releases & e-blasts. •Assist as needed with organization-wide activities such National Conference, Leadership Summit and other duties as assigned by Executive leadership. •Assist with the website and job board. •Maintain database of contact information for advisors and officers of pre-college affiliates and college chapters. •Assist Director with various committees and councils. •Assist Director with the National and Regional student representatives.
General Job Description:
The Membership and Communications Manager reports directly to the Director of Membership and Communications, and also works with the Director of Strategic Initiatives and Research, the Director of Business and Program Development, the Chief Technology Officer and the CEO. The Membership and Communications Manager is primarily responsible for assisting in the development of and coordinating projects within the Membership and Communications Department. The Membership and Communications Manager provides a high level of service to AISES pre-college, higher education and professional members and prospective members. In addition to coordinating and administering the established membership activities, this position will also work with the Director of Membership and Communications increase the membership and educate the public about the mission of AISES. The Membership and Communications Manager is expected to be detailed-oriented, highly organized and reliable. The position is also required to work extensively with the AISES membership database which requires detailed data entry and management.

Program and Development Officer

Job Type:
Other Manager (CFO, Marketing, etc)
Agency:
American Indian Science and Engineering Society
Job posted on:
25 Jan 2016
Job starts on:
15 Feb 2016
Contact Name:
Kellie Jewett-Fernandez
Email:
Phone:
(720) 552-6123
Fax:
 
Address:
1225 Ken Pratt Blvd., Longmont, Colorado 80501
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
ESSENTIAL FUNCTION/RESPONSIBILITIES •Administration of program related activities including planning, delivery and reporting for projects including but not limited to: Scholarships, Internships, Science Fair, Science Bowl, Robotics, Student Research and Power-Up Workshops. •Responsible for designing, implementing and maintaining a grant management and monitoring system that ensures compliance with all funder requirements related to grant expenditures, procurements and regular financial reporting. •Monitors grant-funded projects and develops required grant reports to ensure funding requirements are met. •Develops and implements grantee technical assistance plans, coordinates and provides training and technical assistance (by phone, through site visits, at conferences and through on-site and off-site trainings and workshops) to AISES sub-grantees. •Estimates necessary resources and participants to achieve project goals. •Works with consultants/contract staff in implementing their role in AISES programs and projects. •Responsible for reports on program, project and grant performance for use within AISES and for strategic planning purposes. •Builds, develops and grows any business relationships vital to the success of projects. •Assists in financial planning for all grant applications and proposals. •Assists in the drafting and submission of proposals as necessary. •Creates and maintains relationships with program liaisons, program participants and project stakeholders. •Participates in cross-functional teams to plan and deliver annual events. •Assists in the design, implementation and analysis of program and project evaluations, troubleshoots problem areas and creates best practices for future improvements. •Other duties as assigned.
General Job Description:
The Program and Development Officer reports directly to the Director of Business and Program Development, and works closely with the CEO, the Director of Strategic Initiatives and Research, the Director of Membership and the Chief Technology Officer. The Program and Development Officer is primarily responsible for assisting in the development of and managing all aspects of AISES’ programs and projects. The Program and Development Officer is required to work within the specified parameters of grant funded programs and projects and in accordance with AISES policies and procedures. Primary duties focus on administering all program related activities including the management of program deliverables and budgets within the department. The Program and Development Officer provides a high level of service in the delivery of AISES pre-college, higher education and professional programs. In addition to managing and administering the established program activities, this position will also work with the Director of Strategic Initiatives and Research and the Director of Business and Program Development to identify new grant opportunities, opportunities for growth or expansion of existing efforts, and opportunities to connect existing work to broader initiatives and communities. The Program and Development Officer is responsible for ensuring all program and project related financial and budget procedures, systems, and reporting are consistent with AISES’ financial management procedures and meet the requirements of funders and partners. The incumbent is expected to work in close collaboration with the finance department to ensure accurate accounting for program, project and grant-related income and expenditures. This requires the facilitation of extensive communication with grantees, funders and organizational partners throughout the specified program and/or project grant periods.

Director of Development

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
Groundwork Denver
Job posted on:
24 Jan 2016
Job starts on:
29 Feb 2016
Contact Name:
Wendy Hawthorne
Email:
Phone:
303-455-5600
Fax:
 
Address:
3050 Champa St., Denver, Colorado 80205
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Qualifications, education and experience: • At least 7 years of progressively increasing responsibilities in non-profit development, with 3 years of direct leadership experience. • Experience expanding and cultivating existing donor relationships. • Master's degree preferred. Bachelor’s degree required. • Excellent communication skills, both written and oral with the ability to engage a wide range of donors and build long-term relationships. • Flexible and adaptable style to meet changing needs in a grassroots organization. • Demonstrated ability to manage budgets and guide others in fiscal management. • Ability to work both independently without close oversight, but also a team player who will productively engage with others at varying levels of seniority within and outside of the organization. • Supervisory experience and ability to mentor all staff in ways to meet development goals through their programs/projects. Other Requirements: • Passion for Groundwork Denver’s mission is essential • Work environment is an office located on the second floor that is ADA compliant. • Ability to utilize computer systems, manage phones, and travel to and from meetings and appointments. • A background check will be completed prior to start of job.
General Job Description:
Reporting to and in partnership with the Executive Director (ED), the Development Director (DD) will spearhead development efforts in order to maintain the current level of programmatic funding, diversify funding sources and increase the level of unrestricted funding to Groundwork Denver. Our current budget is approximately $1.5 million. The DD will serve as a key leadership team member and an active participant in making strategic decisions affecting Groundwork Denver. In partnership with the ED, this position is responsible for fundraising and development activities as well as oversight of the Volunteer Coordinator and development volunteers. The organization works with 1000+ volunteers per year and expects that the DD will increase corporate and individual relations through volunteerism, sponsorships, and other means. The successful candidate will help forge new relationships to build Groundwork Denver’s visibility, impact, and financial resources. In close collaboration with the ED, who has been solely responsible for fundraising to this point, the DD will have responsibility for the writing grants, coordinating special event committees, and building corporate and individual support. S/he will expand and diversify Groundwork Denver’s donor base/pipeline, focusing on corporate partnerships and individuals, and work closely with other team members to secure funding for ongoing and new initiatives. In addition, the DD will work closely with the Board of Directors and support board members as they take on a more active fundraising role. The DD will also be responsible for managing the donor database and help oversee external communications as they relate to fundraising. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: • Collaborate with the ED to implement a comprehensive development strategy to include corporate sponsors, foundation grants, government grants, and individual donors. • Support and partner with the ED, staff and board members on all major fundraising initiatives, cultivating new and existing donors, including organizing two fundraising events per year. • Provide ED, board members, and staff with plans, information and support services that they need to be effective fundraisers. Furnish with timelines, structures, presentation materials, orientation, training and other support as needed. • Have shared responsibility with ED for development and execution of all grant proposals. • Work with Program Directors to ensure that they understand and follow through on grant deliverables, reports, and budget expenditures. • Research funding sources and trends, with foresight, to help position Groundwork Denver ahead of major funding changes or trends. • Supervise Volunteer Coordinator to ensure that individual volunteers are matched with the appropriate Program staff based on interest and need, and that volunteers are cultivated as future donors. • Oversee Powerbase CRM database and coordinate with all Program staff to ensure that all program contact data is being tracked. Ensure that donor data entry and gift processing are completed accurately and in a timely manner. • With assistance from other staff, manage external communications, such as Facebook, website, newsletter and general marketing materials, as they relate to giving to ensure high-quality, donor-centric communication. • Represent the organization at external meetings, community events Salary and Benefits: This is a full-time salaried position. The salary range is $48,000- $60,000 per year depending on experience. Benefits include: paid sick, holiday and vacation hours; health and dental insurance for employee, and optional coverage of family members (at employee’s expense). To Apply: Please email a one- to two-page cover letter and no more than 3-page resume to wendy@groundworkcolorado.org. In the cover letter, please describe why you are interested in this position. Also please provide information on the types of funding sources (e.g. grants, corporations, individuals, etc.) and amounts you raised in a year, and whether you were solely responsible for the result or if it was a collaboration. Applications will be reviewed starting on February 1, 2016.

Development Director

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
Outdoor Industries Women's Coalition
Job posted on:
23 Jan 2016
Job starts on:
16 Mar 2016
Contact Name:
Employment
Email:
Phone:
7209338310
Fax:
 
Address:
PO Box 7203, Boulder, Colorado 80306
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
The DD will play a key role in executing OIWC’s strategic plan. As such, the position requires: • B.A./B.S. required, advanced degree preferred. • 3+ years’ of management-level experience, with 2+ years’ experience leading organizational change and implementing enterprise-wide initiatives role at the director level, with demonstrated abilities to develop and implement business strategies in a large organization is required. • A track record of fundraising/sales accomplishment with a portfolio that includes successful fundraising projects and campaigns of $1 million or more annually. • Experience and credibility as a leader in an environment where the ability to influence, work across divisions/organizations and build relationships is critical. • Highly effective communicator and strategic thinker with the ability to clearly and concisely articulate complex ideas, unique concepts, and proposals to enroll team, peers, and management. • Expert-level knowledge of the development, execution, and management of new programs. • Highly refined writing ability with direct experience in proposal-writing. • Experience with current fundraising or sales methodologies and data management including web-based CRMs, online solicitation, social media, and digital marketing. • Proficiency in Google Apps, Microsoft Office applications, and CRM databases and a command of common business mediums and formats (memo, executive summary, short reports, long reports, email, social media platforms, etc.) • Knowledge of the national outdoor industry philanthropic landscape is a plus. • Is facile with budgets, spreadsheets, and profit and loss statements, and still knows how to determine organizational success. • Demonstrates superb cross cultural skills with proven ability to successfully approach, build trust and negotiate across multiple cultures, markets, and community/business leaders. • A passion for outdoor activity and a willingness/passion to understand outdoor industry culture. • Strong business grounding with an understanding of linking business strategy with a corporate diversity vision. • Self-starter, comfortable working independently and in teams on project-based work in unstructured environment. • High level organizational skills, with ability to create and monitor plans and timelines. • Ability to work professionally and respectfully with people from diverse backgrounds and skills in a team environment
General Job Description:
The Development Director (DD) is an external facing, senior level position reporting to the Executive Director (ED). The DD works closely with the ED to develop and implement a comprehensive funding strategy to expand philanthropic support for OIWC. The DD oversees and executes an effective annual revenue plan that secures contributions from individuals, corporations, and foundations. OIWC is seeking a unique professional for a role that is positioned to grow as we enter an exciting period of expansion., OIWC is looking for someone with a sharp business mind primarily, together with strong interpersonal skills, and commitment to our organizational values. This role will be responsible for: • New lead development and relationship-building. Interact with some of the most thoughtful and forward-looking companies and leaders in workplace gender diversity, inclusion, and innovation to substantially grow OIWC's funding above and beyond membership. • Strategy, partnerships, and donor cultivation. The foundation of OIWC’s funding is built upon strategic partnerships with the thought leaders in the industries served by OIWC, crafted around objectives that align with OIWC’s long-term strategy. • Key spokesperson for/to OIWC partners. OIWC is increasingly contributing to national discussions around workplace gender diversity, inclusion, and innovation, and the DD will serve as a key spokesperson for the organization with key donors and industry leaders. • In collaboration with members of OIWC’s senior management team, the DD has overall responsibility for OIWC's philanthropic fundraising strategies and activities. • The DD personally manages a portfolio of current and prospective corporate and individual funders and clients with an emphasis on large-scale, multi-year partnerships that support the organization's plans for strategic growth and expansion. He/she is also responsible for strategically engaging the ED and Board in support of those key relationships, and is responsible for the coordination and strategic deployment of all staff to support growth objectives. • As a member of the organization's senior team, the DD also helps identify strategic opportunities for the organization, including sharing their perspectives on the fundability of various strategies, plans and programs. This individual collaborates with OIWC's Marketing, People & Culture, and Innovation teams to identify and implement new approaches to securing and expanding relationships with key donors, prospects, and members. • The DD will develop and oversee all aspects of philanthropic giving including: major gifts annual giving, and planned gifts. o The DD develops strategies and goals to increase fundraising effectiveness including: identifying and contacting potential individual and major donors; setting up meetings and outings for major donor prospects; organizing specific major donor events; maintaining relationships and correspondence with individual and major donors; increasing gifts and gift frequency; and maintaining confidential records for all donors. o The DD monitors and administers the Board Giving Program, working with Board members to set annual giving goals and ensuring Board members meet those goals. • The ideal candidate possess excellent proposal writing skills and experience responding to complex RFPs. Candidates must demonstrate a strong track record fundraising or sales to achieve revenue goals and have experience personally identifying and securing $100,000+ grants/asks. • Strong interpersonal skills, solid and persuasive written communication skills, and the ability to effectively articulate OIWC's mission are necessary. • The individual selected for this position must work effectively in a collaborative, team environment; possess an optimistic, flexible outlook, and a supportive management style. • This position requires up to 40% travel.

Program Coordinator

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
Colorado Rural Health Center
Job posted on:
22 Jan 2016
Job starts on:
01 Mar 2016
Contact Name:
Human Resource Administration
Email:
Phone:
3038327493
Fax:
3038327496
 
Address:
3033 S Parker Rd, Aurora, Colorado 80014
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Education and Experience Minimum Bachelor's Degree, plus 3 years related experience; or equivalent combination of education and experience will be considered. Experience working with clinicians and in clinical environments (medical or dental) preferred. Read the full job description on the CRHC website at http://coruralhealth.org/employement-opportunities
General Job Description:
General Description of Employer The Colorado Rural Health Center (CRHC) is a non-profit organization that serves as the State Office of Rural Health. CRHC’s mission is to enhance healthcare services in Colorado by providing information education, linkages, tools and energy toward addressing rural healthcare issues. Position Summary The Program Coordinator will manage a program that aims to integrate oral health competencies into rural primary care practices and develop a network of partner dental providers to care for primary care patients with dental care needs in rural areas of Colorado. The primary functions of this position will be to assist in the development and implementation of evidence-based processes to integrate oral health and primary care services in rural health care facilities; refine existing models and materials to ensure successful project implementation; and work closely with community-based dental and primary care providers, consultants, and state and national experts. Whereas at-will employment exists during the span of this position, the position will end on December 31, 2016. Application Process Applications will be reviewed for minimum job requirements and top candidates will be interviewed. Please email hr@coruralhealth.org with subject line PROGRAM COORDINATOR. Your email must identify your salary requirements and have an attached cover letter and resume before review consideration is given. In addition, within the email, please identify where you found the listing for this position. THE COLORADO RURAL HEALTH CENTER IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. A CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECK WILL BE REQUIRED. NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE!

Associate Director

Job Type:
Other Manager (CFO, Marketing, etc)
Agency:
Colorado Lawyers Committee
Job posted on:
20 Jan 2016
Job starts on:
22 Feb 2016
Contact Name:
Connie Talmage
Email:
Phone:
3038660273
Fax:
 
Address:
1700 Lincoln Street, Suite 4100, Denver, Colorado 80203-4541
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
The Colorado Lawyers Committee, a 38-year-old nonprofit organization, seeks an Associate Director. Position requires a highly detail-oriented individual with proficiency in Microsoft Office programs. FileMaker Pro, website administration, and graphic design experience a plus. The successful candidate must have excellent writing skills and must effectively and pleasantly communicate orally and in writing. Bachelor’s degree required. Law degree, knowledge of the Denver legal community, and prior nonprofit experience are beneficial.
General Job Description:
The Colorado Lawyers Committee, a 38-year-old nonprofit organization, seeks an Associate Director. Responsibilities include: • writing all organizational documents: annual report, brochure, newsletter, website and social media updates, press releases, fundraising communications, PowerPoint presentations, and Awards Luncheon program; • coordinating task forces and managing the participation of 800 volunteers: serving as the main contact for new volunteers and online inquiries, updating databases and volunteer lists, tracking pro bono hours, coordinating task force meetings and activities and assisting at Legal Night clinics; • coordinating events: participating in planning of Annual Awards Luncheon, homeless and nonprofit clinics, the Nonpartisan Election Call Center and other special events (promotion, volunteer recruitment, photographs, audiovisual needs, seating, setup); and • assisting Executive Director with daily operations: preparing for meetings of the Board of Directors and the Executive Committee (agendas, handouts, and minutes), participating in community outreach (specialty bar fundraisers and career fairs), and coordinating law firm presentations. This is an administrative position not a staff attorney opening. Downtown location. Starting salary range is $40,000-$50,000, based on experience. Medical insurance and other benefits available. The Colorado Lawyers Committee is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Deadline for applications is midnight on February 2, 2016. Applications will be accepted online at www.coloradolawyerscommittee.org/associatedirectorapplication. No phone calls please.

Project Manager

Job Type:
Volunteer Coordinator
Agency:
Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado
Job posted on:
19 Jan 2016
Job starts on:
22 Feb 2016
Contact Name:
Emma Walker
Email:
Phone:
3037151010
Fax:
 
Address:
600 South Marion Parkway, Denver, Colorado 80209
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Ideal candidates will meet most or all of the following qualifications: EDUCATION AND PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE: --Educational background desired in any of the following or related fields: natural resources management, parks management, environmental studies, nonprofit or volunteer management. • Previous experience recruiting, coordinating and managing volunteers and/or working with the public in a nonprofit and/or government environment. • Previous volunteer or staff experience with trail work, ecological restoration or other outdoor stewardship projects. --Minimum of basic first aid/CPR certification, wilderness first aid preferred or ability to complete training in first six months of employment. SKILLS, QUALITIES, AND ABILITIES: --Commitment to civic engagement in preserving our natural and cultural resources and to building a diverse pool of volunteers. --Excellent people skills, customer service orientation and cultural diversity skills. --Outstanding time management and organizational skills. --Ability to self-initiate and self-direct workflow. --Team player with initiative, determination, flexibility and a sense of humor. --Computer literate including word processing, data base management, and internet use and knowledge of web-based data systems. --Ability to lift 50 pounds. --Willingness and ability to work weekends and evenings based on project and meeting requirements, especially during the warm weather work season. --Willingness and ability to travel within Colorado. --Valid driver’s license and excellent motor vehicle record required. --Criminal background check required for this position as the person may work with youth.
General Job Description:
Position Description: This Project Manager works within the VOC program team and closely with two other project managers to provide professional project management, logistical support and volunteer leadership coordination on VOC volunteer projects administratively and in the field. Specific Responsibilities: PROJECT AND VOLUNTEER MANAGEMENT: --Lead a portfolio of assigned volunteer stewardship projects including: o Facilitating communications with land managers and other partner organizations. o Coordinating volunteer project team through VOC’s project planning process o Providing staff leadership at projects. o Preparing and sending pre and post project volunteer communications for assigned projects. o Managing logistical requirements of assigned projects. --Participate with program team on outreach to prospective volunteers and groups. --Accurately compile project data, volunteer records, and evaluation forms. --Assist with project development ideas and relationships for future projects. --Help recruit instructors and participants for Outdoor Stewardship Institute (OSI) trainings. --Assist with coordination of OSI skills trainings and provide logistical/staff representation as needed. OTHER DUTIES: --Assist as needed in managing VOC’s operations center to ensure tool and food resources are available for all projects. --Assist as needed in effectively managing VOC’s vehicle fleet to ensure vehicles are running well at all times. --Perform related duties as required to support and strengthen the mission and purpose of VOC. --Work collaboratively with development team to promote membership and other fundraising efforts. --Assist with annual events including, but not limited to, Volunteer Recognition Night. --Administrative support (e.g. data entry, report preparation and mailings) for various assigned committees, project teams, and projects. Attendance at evening meetings and assigned project weekends and site visits away from the Denver metro area is required. Applications are due by 5:00 PM on Thursday, January 28, 2016. For your application to be considered it must include: 1) A cover letter that includes applicant’s email, physical street address and daytime phone number. Please indicate how you would like to be contacted (by email or phone) if you are selected for an interview. 2) A descriptive resume. Submit all materials electronically ONLY to Emma Walker at emma@voc.org. Subject line: Project Manager.

President & CEO

Job Type:
Director
Agency:
Warren Village
Job posted on:
18 Jan 2016
Job starts on:
18 Apr 2016
Contact Name:
Carolyn McCormick
Email:
Phone:
111-111-1111
Fax:
 
Address:
1321 Gilpin, Denver, Colorado 80218
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
At Warren Village, we understand that homelessness and poverty have far-reaching impacts. That’s why we are dedicated to helping low income, single parent families become self-sufficient – and stay that way. Our comprehensive program is designed to get our clients on solid footing so when they leave us, they’re ready to create ongoing stability for themselves and their families. Residence at Warren Village is not an entitlement but rather a privilege, earned by progress toward specific personal and economic self-sufficiency goals. The single parents living at Warren Village are dedicated to improving their lives and creating a better future for their children and themselves. The President & CEO leads, plans, and manages the operations and activities of the organization: • Work with the Board of Directors and their committees to establish the strategic direction of the organization and fulfill its mission. • Identify and implement the optimal methods to leverage the organization’s financial and human resources with a wide variety of partners across the metro area to make collective impact. • Generate and manage sufficient financial and human resources to meet intended outcomes. • Present the organization’s purpose and programs to families, community partners, policy makers, outside organizations, and to the public. • Oversee program efforts to fulfill the organization’s objectives and desired outcomes. What Does it Take to Lead Warren Village? Leading this complex, critical community asset requires an executive with strong professional competencies in financial and team management, resource development, organization development, policy development, and program development and evaluation. Candidates for this role must have proven experience in leading complex organizations with multiple lines of business and the skills to ensure financial and programmatic strength. But effective leadership of Warren Village requires more than specific professional skills, just as our families need multiple types of support: • Warren Village needs a leader who is compassionate, who understands the complex realities faced by low income single parent families, and who is fully committed to supporting each of our families with the highest levels of professional service. Our leader brings positive energy and empathy to this life changing work. • The successful President & CEO of Warren Village knows how to engage people in important and challenging projects. S/he has the proven ability to inspire staff, volunteers, and partners to do their best work, to tackle each project as a highly collaborative team, and to continuously look for process improvements. • Communicating clearly, credibly, and appropriately to multiple audiences is an essential characteristic of our President & CEO. S/he develops long-term relationships authentically and naturally. • Our leader is intellectually curious, has the ability to work in a regularly changing environment, is focused on measurable outcomes, has an entrepreneurial spirit, and values opportunities to deepen skills and learn new capabilities. • The President & CEO of Warren Village values relationship building with donors, with government officials, with business leaders, with nonprofit board members, and with other community leaders, ensuring that the organization continues to be highly regarded and well-positioned to bring the resources needed to deliver services to our families consistently. S/he enthusiastically engages investors in supporting our proven programs and approaches. • We seek a leader who knows how to develop and motivate talented professionals to do their best work, to develop new skills, and to deliver impactful results. • Our leader stays abreast of trends in homelessness, early childhood learning, affordable housing, and economic self-sufficiency, finding the best ways to bring new innovations to Warren Village’s programs and approaches as appropriate. • Warren Village needs a leader who is financially savvy, is committed to financial rigor and transparency, and can ensure the organization operates with the highest levels of integrity and ethical compliance. Above all, the President & CEO of Warren Village has the proven ability to develop a clear vision, to inspire staff, volunteers, and partners to execute that vision, and to ensure that all our operations directly and consistently support the achievement of that vision. How to Apply Qualified candidates are asked to submit a cover letter, resume and salary requirements to Carolyn McCormick of Peak HR Consulting, LLC at Carolyn.McCormick@peakhrconsulting.com. All applications are to be submitted electronically. To learn more about the exciting developments at Warren Village and the specifics of this leadership role, please visit us at www.warrenvillage.org . Warren Village values diversity and inclusiveness and is an equal opportunity employer.
General Job Description:
The Board of Directors of Warren Village now seeks a skilled, committed, proven leader to be the organization’s next President & CEO and to deliver on our program goals and commitments.

Critical Access Hospital Program Manager

Job Type:
Other Manager (CFO, Marketing, etc)
Agency:
Colorado Rural Health Center
Job posted on:
07 Jan 2016
Job starts on:
15 Feb 2016
Contact Name:
Human Resource Administration
Email:
Phone:
3038327493
Fax:
3038327496
 
Address:
3033 S. Parker Rd., Ste. 606 , Aurora, Colorado 80014
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Bachelor's Degree and six or more years of related experience. Related Master’s degree and three or more years of experience preferred.
General Job Description:
The Program Manager will manage various programs and projects to address issues to meet the needs of hospitals in rural areas of Colorado. This includes programs and services geared towards Critical Access Hospitals and other related activities. Read the full job description on the CRHC website at http://coruralhealth.org/employement-opportunities Application Process Applications will be reviewed for minimum job requirements and top candidates will be interviewed. Please email hr@coruralhealth.org with subject line CAH Program Manager. Your email must identify your salary requirements and have an attached cover letter and resume before review consideration is given. In addition, within the email, please identify where you found the listing for this position. THE COLORADO RURAL HEALTH CENTER IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. A CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECK WILL BE REQUIRED. NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE!

Grants Manager

Job Type:
Other Manager (CFO, Marketing, etc)
Agency:
Colorado Rural Health Center
Job posted on:
07 Jan 2016
Job starts on:
15 Feb 2016
Contact Name:
Human Resource Administration
Email:
Phone:
3038327493
Fax:
3038327496
 
Address:
3033 S. Parker Rd., Ste. 606 , Aurora, Colorado 80014
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Bachelor's Degree and six or more years of related experience in program and grants management required. Master’s degree and three or more years of experience preferred.
General Job Description:
Grants Manager is responsible for managing all aspects of the Colorado Rural Health Care Grant Program and the Colorado Resource for Emergency and Trauma Education (CREATE) Program. The Grants Manager also assists in managing internal and/or external activities related to grants administration, and works closely with the Director of Programs to determine and implement effective strategies for grant management and procurement in order to pursue organizational development goals. Read the full job description on the CRHC website at http://coruralhealth.org/employement-opportunities Application Process Applications will be reviewed for minimum job requirements and top candidates will be interviewed. Please email hr@coruralhealth.org with subject line Grants Manager. Your email must identify your salary requirements and have an attached cover letter and resume before review consideration is given. In addition, within the email, please identify where you found the listing for this position. THE COLORADO RURAL HEALTH CENTER IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. A CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECK WILL BE REQUIRED. NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE!

Executive Director

Job Type:
Director
Agency:
Corridors of College Success/DenverCAN
Job posted on:
01 Jan 2016
Job starts on:
15 Mar 2016
Contact Name:
Ken Weil
Email:
Phone:
303-870-7796
Fax:
 
Address:
2209 Forest Street, Denver, Colorado 80207
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
• Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree preferred • A proven track record of leadership and strong oral and written communication skills • Excellent group facilitation skills and a strong history of successful collaborative work with diverse groups • Ability to work in a team environment as well as independently • Strong organizational and authentic service skills • Demonstrated fundraising experience • Strong passion for the DCCS/DenverCAN mission, vision and collective impact approach
General Job Description:
Position Summary The Executive Director will provide overall leadership and coordination for the initiative. The Executive Director will organize meetings of the Leadership Team and the five Action Teams. As part of these meetings, the Executive Director will ensure that steady progress is made toward meeting DCCS/DenverCAN goals, operating resources are raised, regular data updates are generated to assess progress, and that excellent communication is maintained between all parties. More specifically, the Executive Director must have the ability to provide high-level outreach to senior executives in education, business, non-profit and philanthropic sectors, have a proven record of fundraising, and have the ability to support the Leadership Team in setting the strategic vision and direction. The ideal candidate will be a highly motivated self-starter with outstanding organizational skills and the ability to lead, manage, evaluate and enhance program implementation involving multiple stakeholders. The successful candidate must be a highly collaborative relationship-builder who is comfortable working with a wide variety of groups and at all levels of organizations. Candidates should be energetic, flexible, an excellent facilitator, and possess the ability to thrive in highly diverse work environments. The successful candidate will be a proven team builder with a deep personal commitment and passion for the DCCS/DenverCAN mission of increasing postsecondary attainment in Denver. Executive Director Principal Responsibilities • Assist the Leadership Team in creating and maintaining the strategic direction of DCCS/DenverCAN using a mission aligned and data driven approach • Manage staff • Work with Action Teams to implement the DCCS/DenverCAN action plans • Work with leaders from community based organizations, business, government, K-12 education, higher education, and philanthropy to support the work of DCCS/DenverCAN, its Leadership Team and its Action Teams • Build strong and productive relationships with school leaders throughout the city including the Office of Children’s Affairs, Denver Public Schools, Community College of Denver, University of Colorado Denver, Metropolitan State University of Denver, and Emily Griffith Technical College • Serve as the liaison to college access programs and initiatives • Aggressively fundraise to sustain the work of DCCS/DenverCAN including grant writing along with fundraising from DCCS/DenverCAN participants, the Leadership Team, individuals, corporations, and foundations. The Executive Director will raise funds for both core DCCS/DenverCAN functions and support the work of the Action Teams • Develop and monitor the annual DCCS/DenverCAN budget with the approval of the Leadership Team • Manage spending of the budget and coordinate accounting and invoice payment with the Colorado Nonprofit Development Center (fiscal intermediary). • Oversee the maintenance of accurate records of program data, activities, outputs, and outcomes To Apply: Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, along with the names and contact information for three references to: ccsdenvercan@gmail.com All application materials must be submitted electronically and received no later than January 22, 2016.

Corporate & Foundation Manager

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
City of Lone Tree - Lone Tree Arts Center
Job posted on:
29 Dec 2015
Job starts on:
15 Feb 2016
Contact Name:
Liz Whitmore
Email:
Phone:
720.509.1292
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Address:
9220 Kimmer Drive, Ste 100, Lone Tree, Colorado 80124
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Desired Skills & Experience:
• Education: Bachelor’s Degree in business, performing arts, marketing, public relations, English, or other related field from a four-year college or university required. Master’s Degree beneficial. • Work History: Must have demonstrated 3 - 4 years of development experience working for a non-profit organization. Preference will be given to candidates with performing arts experience. • Work Experience: Must have demonstrated grant writing experience and a track record of creating successful fundraising partnerships. PREFERRED CHARACTERISTICS: • Passion for the performing arts. • Desire to work alongside a small and highly motivated team dedicated to outstanding results. • Self-starter who is able to work independently while maintaining a strong commitment to the organization’s team goals. • Highly organized.
General Job Description:
for the performing arts to fill this newly-created position. Located in one of the fastest-growing areas in the state, the Lone Tree Arts Center has quickly built a reputation for artistic excellence, commitment to outstanding customer service, and popular programming. The Corporate and Foundation Manager works alongside another development associate and the Executive Director to implement successful corporate and foundation strategies and maintain outstanding relations with these donors. EXAMPLES OF DUTIES: Under the direct supervision of the Executive Director, the Corporate and Foundation Manager is responsible for the following: • Researching and identifying likely corporate and foundation fundraising prospects • Cultivating new and maintaining existing corporate relationships • Creating successful sponsorship proposals • Preparing foundation and government grant applications (e.g. NEA, SCFD) • Working in partnership with other development staff to create a comprehensive and effective annual development plan • Attending business meetings and other public functions as a representative of the Arts Center • Other duties as assigned