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Available Opportunities

Program Assistant

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
Sacred Heart House of Denver
Job posted on:
28 Jul 2015
Job starts on:
05 Aug 2015
Contact Name:
Janet Morris
Email:
Phone:
303-296-6686
Fax:
303-296-2903
 
Address:
2844 Lawrence, Denver, Colorado 80205
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
-Enjoys working with the public -Has an interest in working with homeless women and children -Strong time management ability -Computer skills, including: MS Word, MS Excel, MS Outlook, MS Publisher, Access Database -Knowledge of, or the ability to learn, social media: Facebook, Twitter, Wordpress for website support
General Job Description:
Part-time Program Assistant for shelter/self-sufficiency program for homeless mothers with children and single women. Responsibilities include public relations, managing a multi-faceted volunteer program and providing follow-up services for former residents. Must demonstrate good interpersonal, organizational and computer skills. The successful candidate will be detail-oriented with excellent business writing skills and have the ability to multi-task. Degree preferred. Non-profit/human service experience a plus. 25hrs./wk., 2:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. M – F. Some time flexibility required. $12/hr. Please email resume with cover letter demonstrating writing skills to pa@sacredhearthouse.org. with "Program Assistant Position" in the subject line. Absolutely no phone calls.

Contract Grant Writer - Federal and State Grants

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
Grants West
Job posted on:
28 Jul 2015
Job starts on:
07 Aug 2015
Contact Name:
Jay Katz
Email:
Phone:
303-477-3225
Fax:
 
Address:
., ., Colorado 80202
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Successful experience developing grant requests to state agencies (federal preferred). Understanding of evaluation and budgeting processes, and ability to work with clients. Strong writing and analytical skills, and background/understanding of nonprofit and eduction issues.
General Job Description:
Grants West is a 20 year old grant writing business that helps a variety of nonprofits, school districts and institutions of higher education seek grant funding. We apply for a number of large state and federal grants to agencies like the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, U.S. Department of Labor, U.S. Department of Justice, U.S. Department of Education, and parallel departments at the state level. We are currently growing and adding new clients over the next six months. We are looking to add additional contractors with experience developing federal grant proposals. This is for occasional contractual work rather than a full- or part-time position. We are not looking to subcontract, but to pay you as a contractor under our company. Work will be done at your own location and you will set your own schedule. However, we are looking for those with daytime availability during business hours. If you are interested, please send a resume or link to your LinkedIn profile, three professional references, and a writing sample. We’d like to receive all inquiries by August 7, and prefer receiving your information even sooner than that.

Intervention Services Navigator

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
The Action Center
Job posted on:
27 Jul 2015
Job starts on:
17 Aug 2015
Contact Name:
jobs@theactioncenterco.org
Email:
Phone:
303-237-7704
Fax:
 
Address:
8755 W 14th Ave, Lakewood, Colorado 80215-4863
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Two part-time, non-exempt positions available Email resume and cover letter to: jobs@theactioncenterco.org Currently interviewing - please apply as soon as possible but no later than August 10, 2015 •Bachelor’s degree in human services or related field required; or equivalent work experience •Requires a minimum of two years of work/volunteer experience with vulnerable populations with an awareness of and dedication to basic human needs •One to two years of experience working with diverse populations, particularly vulnerable and underserved individuals •Prefer bilingual in Spanish •Experience with financial counseling a plus •Basic competency in computer technology for communication and database entry is required •Good organizational skills, ability and willingness to exercise initiative, and work independently within a team framework required •Competency in boundary setting with clients and volunteers, and comfortable using de-escalation techniques required •Ability to relate well to clients, staff, volunteers, professional service provider staff and general public is required
General Job Description:
Responsible for providing services through specific programs, assessing clients and providing clients with immediate needs requests, and updating all client services resource materials. •Coordinate and provide services through restricted funded programs, which may include rental assistance, utility assistance, and Senior Food Commodities •Responsible for all necessary grant and program documentation for each associated program •Interview, assess and assist clients with immediate needs requests according to established procedures •Provide holistic assessment for self-sufficiency and provide appropriate services, referrals and education •Enter, edit and document client records in web-based Homeless Management Information System database. Full competency in HMIS is required in 60 days. •Enter, edit, and document client information in EOC database •Refer clients to Case Manager, Health Navigator or Manager of Intervention Services when appropriate •Maintain daily records and program documentation as instructed •Maintain good communication with other staff and manager •Keep other colleagues informed of program activities, progress and difficulties •Maintain good working relations with external community services providers, our donors and volunteers •Provide support to other program services staff during challenging situations •Attend The Action Center functions and/or special events as needed •Update client resource handouts as needed

Betty Proctor Fund Navigator

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
The Action Center
Job posted on:
27 Jul 2015
Job starts on:
17 Aug 2015
Contact Name:
jobs@theactioncenterco.org
Email:
Phone:
303-237-7704
Fax:
 
Address:
8755 W 14th Ave, Lakewood, Colorado 80215-4863
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
•Bachelor’s degree in human services or related field required; or equivalent work experience •Minimum of two years of work/volunteer experience with vulnerable populations required •Foundational case management skills with an awareness of and dedication to basic human needs •Exceptional administrative and organizational skills required •Excellent computer skills, including Word, Internet, email, calendar and databases •Ability and willingness to exercise initiative, judgment and work independently •Competency in boundary setting as well as de-escalation •Ability to relate well to community organizations/agencies, clients, volunteers, professional service provider staff, and the general public •Must be a team player
General Job Description:
Responsible for the administration of the Betty Proctor Fund (BPF), as well as provide referrals for other assistance resources. •Assess, assist, and process financial assistance requests for the Betty Proctor Fund •Ensure self-sufficiency and ongoing sustainability plan for each awarded case •Collaborate and communicate with referring agencies to process Betty Proctor Fund applications •Enter, edit and document client records in web-based Homeless Management Information System and Energy Outreach of Colorado databases. Full competency in databases is required within 60 days of hire. •Maintain daily records and program documentation as instructed, and complete monthly reporting duties •Maintain good communication with other client services staff and supervisor, and keep colleagues informed of program activities, progress and difficulties •Represent the Action Center at community fundraising events, including, but not limited to, Annual Wine Tasting, Annual Luncheon, and Where Action Matters Breakfast •Responsible for utility assistance funds for Denver Residents through the Betty Proctor Fund •Maintain database and spreadsheet entries for all applications and distribution of funds •Foster and maintain relationships with community service providers, referral entities, donors and volunteers •Share client stories at Betty Proctor Fund Development Committee meetings on a quarterly basis

Campaign Coordinator

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
Community Shares of Colorado
Job posted on:
27 Jul 2015
Job starts on:
15 Aug 2015
Contact Name:
Becky Herlinger
Email:
Phone:
303-861-7507
Fax:
303-861-8354
 
Address:
789 Sherman Street, Suite 230, Denver, Colorado 80203
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
PREFERRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND EXPERIENCE • Bachelor’s degree or four years of successful professional experience. • Experience in fundraising, volunteer management, member relations, or project management. • Proven experience in playing a coordinating role managing multiple projects with a wide variety of stakeholders. • Data management experience and accurate oversight of a contacts database or system. • Microsoft Office experience including basic desktop publishing and the ability to perform mail merges. DESIRED TALENTS • Ability to create and maintain administrative procedures with a focus on organization, consistency, and accuracy. • A natural “problem-solver” who takes initiative to explore options and propose solutions. • A “team mindset” and enthusiasm for working with a wide variety of people. • A positive and patient approach to relationship building and customer service. • Comfort with speaking to groups about the opportunity to make a contribution to the giving campaign. • Clear and concise communication via email and excellent energy and presence on phone calls. • An eye for detail and high personal expectations for the quality of work.
General Job Description:
Community Shares partners with more than 100 Colorado businesses to offer workplace giving campaigns, providing an opportunity for employees and company leadership to work together on an annual drive to inspire charitable community investment. Community Shares of Colorado is the contracted manager for the Colorado Combined Campaign (CCC). Each year, Colorado’s 50,000-plus state employees are invited to make tax deductible donations to more than 600 participating nonprofit organizations. A primary responsibility of this position is to operate as the Campaign Coordinator for the CCC. The Campaign Coordinator assists the CCC Director and the CCC Advisory Committee in managing an efficient and successful giving campaign that has specific fundraising and awareness goals. An ideal candidate will have the experience and skills to manage multiple ongoing projects and ensure excellent communication with internal and external stakeholders. This position requires close attention to detail, resourcefulness, and the ability to set priorities, work efficiently, and meet deadlines. The position also calls for flexibility – being able to work independently as well as successfully completing projects and plans developed by others. In addition to being a key contributor to the success of the CCC, the Campaign Coordinator will be assigned projects to support the work of Community Shares of Colorado’s overall Community Giving Campaign. These projects will be similar to the key activities of coordinating the Colorado Combined Campaign. People who are most successful at Community Shares are committed to working in a team setting, accountable for their individual contributions, and are eager to accept new challenges. This position is an excellent opportunity to develop a range of fundraising and project management skills. The core responsibilities of the position are: • Create and maintain project management processes and procedures. • Process campaign donations with accuracy, confidentiality and timeliness; includes cash handling, data entry, donor acknowledgement, and distribution of donor information to participating nonprofits. • Participate in creating and maintaining CCC channels of communication including the website, social media platforms, online giving portal, and printed marketing materials. • Provide exemplary customer service for a diverse set of CCC stakeholders, including: donors, committee members, state agency personnel, and representatives of giving federations and nonprofit organizations. • Coordinate successful meetings and events including: scheduling nonprofit speakers, negotiating with vendors, drafting agendas and taking notes, and providing effective pre-/post-event communications to all participants. • Help plan and coordinate the CCC Director’s meeting and travel schedule. • Successfully organize and maintain large volumes of information to manage the annual nonprofit application and certification process, maintenance of campaign contacts, and production of the campaign brochure. Please email a résumé and cover letter specifically addressing your interest in the Campaign Coordinator position to jobs@cshares.org with the subject “[Your Name] Campaign Coordinator Application.” The cover letter may be addressed to Becky Herlinger, Colorado Combined Campaign Director. The position will remain open until filled. The starting salary range is $32,000 - $36,000 depending upon experience. Community Shares benefits package includes 100% employer paid health insurance; paid vacation, sick, and holiday leave; a positive working environment with many amenities; paid volunteer days; and, access to several additional benefits and services. Community Shares of Colorado does not discriminate against individuals on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, national origin, gender, age, sexual orientation, gender expression, marital status, military status, veteran status, physical or mental disability or any other unlawful basis in the administration of services, employment, volunteers, membership or leadership. The Corporation provides equal employment opportunities to all individuals based on qualifications related to the position and the ability to perform the job.

Software Developer

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
Bradsby Group
Job posted on:
27 Jul 2015
Job starts on:
31 Aug 2015
Contact Name:
Alissa Stark
Email:
Phone:
720-746-2481
Fax:
 
Address:
1700 Broadway Street, Denver, Colorado 80246
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Java SQL
General Job Description:
Objective: Seeking a Junior to Mid level Software Developer who will provide support to the team. The team will be designing/building a new billing system. Some of the Duties: · The engineer will now be focusing on adding new features and fixing bugs in our existing Java applications. · There will also be opportunities to update the audio bridge and work with ActionScript. · There will be a need to run ad-hoc reporting, but there will opportunities to automate these reports. · The engineer will be actively involved in deploying the US billing processes to our EU team, but won’t be running the monthly billing. · Running reports (writing custom SQL) when needed Skills needed: Java Object Oriented Design SQL

Operations Associate

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
Dress for Success Denver
Job posted on:
27 Jul 2015
Job starts on:
03 Aug 2015
Contact Name:
Guadalupe Torres
Email:
Phone:
303 832-2531
Fax:
 
Address:
1510 High Street, Denver, Colorado 80218
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
We’re looking for a talented, creative, and committed person to join our team. The vision of Dress for Success Denver is a world where women do not live in poverty. We strive for a world where all women are financially independent, are treated with dignity and respect and are directly impacting their lives and those of their families. The Operations Associate is responsible for ensuring the efficiency of the information systems, communication systems, donor acknowledgement and recognition systems, and business operations of the organization. The successful candidate will manage processes and procedures needed to enhance the organization’s function and mission. This is a part-time position (20 hours per week from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.) and provides support to the program director, development director and executive director. •Proficient in Microsoft office suite, Constant Contact, Publisher, eTapestry or similar database •Excellent written skills, grammar and proof reading skills •Must be detail-oriented, possess strong organizational, time management and planning skills & able to re-prioritize as needed considering budget and timeframes •Excellent interpersonal communication skills, tolerance for change, sense of humor, and a demonstrated ability to create a positive culture •Able to think strategically, multi-task, and stay calm under pressure •Demonstrate tact and diplomacy with internal and external constituents •Ability to work weekends and evenings as needed. •Position requires working both standing and sitting. Must be able to lift and carry light loads (5-30 pounds) for short distances (approximately one block).
General Job Description:
• Process organizational donations, manage donor acknowledgement process, and maintain corporate, individual, and foundation donor files • Prepare documents including fundraising reports, monthly expense reports, income reports, invoices, grant reports. • Continually maintain and update eTapestry database records, run queries, and reports • Coordinate communications including website, emails, newsletters, social media, and mailed communications • Coordinate logistics for special events including guest lists, registration, name tags, materials, etc. • Assemble donor materials including media kits, corporate packets, campaign packets • Welcome clients, answer phones and respond to questions about boutique scheduling, donations, etc. • Set-up meetings, conference calls, arrange refreshments, take minutes as needed, and clean up after meetings • Organize logistics for board meetings including meeting reminders, board packets, Dropbox, and conference calling • Manage office supply & equipment needs in a cost efficient manner

Case Manager - Part-time

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
Inter-Faith Community Services
Job posted on:
24 Jul 2015
Job starts on:
16 Sep 2015
Contact Name:
Paul Fitzgerald
Email:
Phone:
303-789-0501
Fax:
303-789-3808
 
Address:
3370 S. Irving Street, Englewood, Colorado 80110
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
EDUCATION/SKILLS: •Part-time 20 hours per week •Bachelor’s degree in Human/Social Services or equivalent experience required •Training or experience in family systems, cultural sensitivity, domestic violence and other psycho-social issues of low income and homeless families required •Effective written and verbal communication skills required •Basic knowledge of case management principals and theory required •Basic knowledge of community resources preferred
General Job Description:
OBJECTIVE: To provide direct services to Inter-Faith Community Services clients through case management, financial assistance, enrichment and other programs. RESPONSIBILITIES: •Respond to client requests for financial and emergency assistance •Provide case management to clients requesting emergency assistance •Assist in the planning and implementation of enrichment programs •Maintain appropriate paperwork and documentation for client files and tracking systems •Assist with special projects and events including but not limited to, seasonal programs, and fund raising functions •Perform other duties as assigned by Program Director or Executive Director Applications from all qualified candidates are welcome. IFCS is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Development Associate (PT)

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
The Delores Project
Job posted on:
23 Jul 2015
Job starts on:
14 Sep 2015
Contact Name:
Carrie Packard
Email:
Phone:
3035345411
Fax:
 
Address:
PO Box 1406, Denver, Colorado 80201
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
• Bachelor’s degree in the areas of Communications, Marketing, Journalism, Nonprofit Management or other related fields or proven experience in these fields. • At least one year professional experience in non-profit, communications, journalism or marketing • Outstanding and persuasive writing skills and comfortable speaking with diverse populations. • Good interpersonal skills, team-oriented, enjoy working with others • Enthusiastic self-starter with keen attention to detail, and able to manage multiple projects and priorities simultaneously. • Intermediate knowledge of MS Office suite, experience working with databases; ideally in fundraising or accounting. • Customer service experience helpful • Flexible, adaptable and thrives working in a dynamic environment • Occasional evenings and weekends required • Start Date Early - Mid September
General Job Description:
Position: Development Associate Part-Time: 20 hours a week Reports to: Development Director Hiring range: $14.38 - $15.50/hour The Delores Project is Denver’s largest provider of overnight emergency and transitional shelter and individualized services for unaccompanied women and transgendered individuals who are experiencing homelessness. For detailed information, visit our website: thedeloresproject.org The Development Associate supports the development department at The Delores Project, specifically assisting with the creation and implementation of The Delores Project Fund Development plan. This plan incorporates a range of development strategies such as individual donors, grants, corporate sponsorship and special events. This position is a great fit for an individual who enjoys building capacity. It is a new role and one that provides experience in growing an active development department. The Delores Project has an excellent community reputation and a committed staff and board team, which are key ingredients for ensuring individual and collective success. To apply, email your resume, a cover letter and a writing sample as an MS Word or PDF attachment to: carrie@TheDeloresProject.org with the subject line Development Associate. Applications accepted through August 7, 2015 at p.m. Only qualified candidates will be contacted for further exploration. What’s in it for you? • The opportunity to use your talents and life experience to support women experiencing homelessness and help us capitalize on the accomplishments of The Delores Project • Being part of a much admired nonprofit organization with a good reputation • The opportunity to work in partnership with a wide array of local private and public organizations and individuals Primary Responsibilities Communications • Content Development across all communication platforms –Write monthly e-newsletter, donor acknowledgement templates, and email templates. • Create and implement social media campaigns. • Write and produce other promotional, marketing and presentation materials for the organization that supports the development department. • Regularly interview guests, donors and volunteers and compile stories, quotes and photos for use in communications. Donor Relations • Manage gift entry and acknowledgement process including, but not limited to: o Entering gifts, exporting segmented donor lists and printing/mailing acknowledgements o Creating acknowledgments for different types of donors/contributions o Ensuring Executive Director, Board of Directors and Development Director appropriately acknowledge gifts o Processing and reporting Enterprise Zone Tax Credits • Maintain and update donor records in Donor Perfect. • Conduct donor and corporate prospect research Events • Manage logistics and serve as staff point person for special events. • Assist in planning and execution of “point of entry” events and “ladder step” events for donors and sponsors Grants Management • Support contract grant writer by monitoring funding requirements and deadlines, as well as providing reports, data and stories. Requirements • Bachelor’s degree in the areas of Communications, Marketing, Journalism, Nonprofit Management or other related fields or proven experience in these fields. • At least one year professional experience in non-profit, communications, journalism or marketing • Outstanding and persuasive writing skills and comfortable speaking with diverse populations. • Good interpersonal skills, team-oriented, enjoy working with others • Enthusiastic self-starter with keen attention to detail, and able to manage multiple projects and priorities simultaneously. • Intermediate knowledge of MS Office suite, experience working with databases; ideally in fundraising or accounting. • Customer service experience helpful • Flexible, adaptable and thrives working in a dynamic environment • Occasional evenings and weekends required • Start Date Early - Mid September Working Conditions: Work is performed primarily in an office setting and requires sitting for extended periods. However, this position works with and supports a residential environment to include walking, standing, lifting up to 30 pounds, carrying, pushing, pulling, bending, reaching, climbing, balancing, stooping, and kneeling. Work also includes manual dexterity for typing/operating computer, holding, grasping, and turning objects. Work also requires the ability to speak and use normal or aided vision or hearing. Other hazards may involve exposure to occasional loud noise, exposure to illness or unsanitary hygiene, and exposure to common household chemicals. Occasional evening and weekend work is required. The Delores Project is an equal opportunity employer, dedicated to a policy of non-discrimination and equal opportunity for all employees, and qualified applicants.

Transitional Housing Case Manager

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
Inter-Faith Community Services (IFCS)
Job posted on:
22 Jul 2015
Job starts on:
17 Aug 2015
Contact Name:
Paul Fitzgerald
Email:
Phone:
303-789-0501
Fax:
303-789-3808
 
Address:
3370 S. Irving Street, Englewood, Colorado 80110
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Requirements: •Bachelor’s degree in Human Services or related field desired. •Specific training in family systems, cultural sensitivity, domestic violence and other psycho-social issues of homeless populations required. •Minimum of two years experience in human services field required.
General Job Description:
Human Services Full-time Transitional Housing Case Manager Position Responsibilities: •Meet with Colorado Coalition for the Homeless (CCH) intake team for evaluation of homeless families with an initial case plan determined through intake assessment •Contact client family and arrange leasing/move in dates with Renaissance Property Managers •Meet with client family to develop case plan to meet basic and first month’s priority transitional needs. •Upon completion of initial goals, modify case plan to include short and long-term goals. •Conduct on-going assessments to identify family’s strengths and barriers to meeting the goals of the program. •Develop short and long-term client service plans for each family. •Assist families in accessing support and employment services. •Provide information regarding community resources and assist families in accessing these resources. •Advocate for families with community and government agencies. •Assist families with transition upon departure from the program. •Complete exit documentation upon completion or departure from the program. •Enter client data in a timely manner in the Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) database including intake, services and exit information. •Assist the Program Director and CCH personnel with the timely completion of the Annual Progress Report (APR). Benefits: Medical insurance, life insurance, paid holidays and vacation, retirement Applications from all qualified candidates are welcome. IFCS is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Please send cover letter, resume, and salary history via email to: Program Director, paulf@ifcs.org, by mail: 3370 S. Irving Street, Englewood, CO 80110, or fax: 303.789.3808 by August 10, 2015. No phone calls please

Director of Development & Community Relations

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
Larimer Humane Society
Job posted on:
21 Jul 2015
Job starts on:
24 Aug 2015
Contact Name:
Rhyan Zweifler
Email:
Phone:
(312) 863-8577
Fax:
 
Address:
5137 S. College Ave., Fort Collins, Colorado 80525
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Larimer Humane Society is seeking a skilled fundraising professional and manager who brings a track record of building a successful advancement program that has resulted in significant, measurable increases in giving. Candidates who can demonstrate their ability to actively seek out new prospect or donor relationships, who appreciate the cultivation and stewardship process and who can successfully close gift opportunities are most desired. Minimum of 10 years experience in non-profit fundraising and community relations, with signifcant directly related department management experience is needed. Bachelor’s degree strongly desired. CFRE certification and Master’s degree are desirable and animal sheltering development a plus. Applications and nominations are being received by Noetic Search via electronic mail at resumes@noeticexsearch.com. If interested, please submit a current resume and cover letter to the above email address. For more information, please see our website at www.noeticexsearch.com or Larimer Humane Society website at www.larimerhumane.org. Noetic Search,150 N. Michigan Ave. Suite 2800, Chicago, IL 60601, (312) 863-8577. Larimer Humane Society is an Equal Opportunity Employer
General Job Description:
Larimer Humane Society is an independent, non-profit organization whose mission is to promote and provide the responsible care and treatment of animals. As Northern Colorado’s largest open-admission animal care facility, Larimer Humane Society provides shelter, medical attention and care to approximately 9,000 lost, abandoned, injured, abused, ill and orphaned animals each year. Reporting to the Executive Director, the Director of Development and Community Relations is responsible for strategic direction and overall management of the Development and Community Relations division. This senior staff position will manage five staff with three direct reports: Development Manager, Marketing and Community Outreach Program Manager and Volunteer Program & Humane Education Coordinator.

Community Services Navigator

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
The Action Center
Job posted on:
21 Jul 2015
Job starts on:
17 Aug 2015
Contact Name:
jobs@theactioncenterco.org
Email:
Phone:
7204076706
Fax:
 
Address:
8755 W 14th Ave, Lakewood, Colorado 80215-4863
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Full time, exempt, occasional evenings and weekends •Bachelor’s degree in social work, human services, or related field required •Minimum 3 years work experience in community-based social service agencies and/or non-profit organizations •Experience providing professional interventions focused on creating change in organizational, community, and policy arenas •Understanding of policy development processes at various levels- program, organization, county and state •Knowledge of the impact of poverty on individuals and families; ability to use that knowledge to determine the need for change at the program, organization, and/or community level •Knowledge of the Jefferson county community, including services available to Jefferson County residents, highly desirable •Ability to exercise considerable tact and courtesy in contacts with county personnel, community-based professionals, business leaders & faith-based groups •Advanced knowledge to analyze, interpret and make deductions from varying factors or circumstances •Ability to exercise initiative, flexibility and work independently •Competency in professional boundary setting •Ability to form strong rapport with individuals from diverse backgrounds •Commitment to work on behalf of families as a whole, not just adults or children individually •Excellent communication and interpersonal skills •Basic computer skills
General Job Description:
The Community Services Navigator will be responsible for identifying, researching, and establishing connection with resources/services in Jefferson County of benefit to participants in the Jeffco Prosperity Project (JPP). The JPP uses a two-generation model to help families attain economic self-sufficiency and educational success. Services of benefit to JPP participants are determined by families in the project, and therefore vary greatly, but will include government (including county departments and schools), community, business and faith-based entities. This position will also be responsible for analyzing the overall service delivery system and determining gaps in services, duplication of services, access barriers, etc. and recommending solutions to address issues identified. Primary office site will be located at Jefferson County Head Start in Arvada Colorado. •Identify resources needed by families via conversation with JPP participants, staff, Executive Committee & partners. •Identify and secure local resources for addressing participant needs and determine accessibility, availability and quality of resources •Stay current on changes in resource eligibility, enrollment processes, etc. and communicate changes to JPP staff and participants through presentations on community resources to JPP participants on a periodic basis through a variety of media •Provide resource and strategic referral information to JPP coaches and occasionally directly to families •In conjunction with the JPP Director, create & maintain a network of community partners that can be accessed to meet the needs of JPP participants •Serve as a key member of the JPP Family Advisory Committee and Partners group •Gather quantitative & qualitative data regarding the local service delivery system and families’ experiences when accessing services •Review, assess and interpret data to provide information on gaps in services, duplication of services, access barriers, etc. •Work with Project Director and Advisory Committees to address policy and other solutions to systemic issued identified.

Historic Preservation Grants Specialist

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
History Colorado, State Historical Fund
Job posted on:
21 Jul 2015
Job starts on:
31 Aug 2015
Contact Name:
Susan Frawley
Email:
Phone:
303-866-2809
Fax:
303-866-2041
 
Address:
1200 Broadway, Denver, Colorado 80203
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
The successful candidate must possess a Bachelor's Degree in Finance, Business Administration, Accounting, Public Administration, Historic Preservation or a closely related field, AND a minimum of two (2) years experience working in a similar grants program, finance, or accounting. 
General Job Description:
-Reviews and analyzes recipient financial reports to ensure financial compliance in the use of public funds in accord with State of Colorado Fiscal Rules and State Historical Fund policies and guidelines. -Provideds technical and administrative guidance to grant recipients and subcontractors for contractual and financial compliance. -Assists with preservation grant management and project implementation. -Participates in the review and selection process for grant applications in addition to analyzing project scope and budget. -Assists with processing grant encumbrances and grant payments using CORE.

Registrar - Administrative Assistant

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
Denver Ballet Theatre
Job posted on:
20 Jul 2015
Job starts on:
31 Jul 2015
Contact Name:
Donna E Smith
Email:
Phone:
303-799-6609
Fax:
 
Address:
99 Inverness Drive East, Ste 250A, Englewood, Colorado 80012
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Requirements: • Be experienced in dance/ballet and/or performing arts training or production • College degree preferred • Computer savvy (word, excel, database management, email, calendar programs) • Be a self-starter and able to work independently • Be a strong communicator with verbal, written and electronic methods • Exhibit accuracy and keen attention to detail • Be experienced handling cash and tracking income, knowledge of on-line payment systems is a plus • Exhibit honesty, professionalism, confidentiality and patience in all settings • Experience with youngsters in a school, after-school or lessons setting is helpful • DBTA employees working alone with children will pass a CBI background check. Key Duties: • Open Studio at designated times and handle phones and walk up business • Correspond with clientele and faculty members via email/telephone on a regular basis • Manage an online student registration database and register new students • Charge and process monthly tuition • Schedule studio usage and meetings, be a resource of information on classes and productions • Protect DBT property and reputation with a safety first attitude • Assist with ballet productions (place orders for costumes) • Order inventory and manage sales of DBTA novelties • Support management as requested
General Job Description:
Denver Ballet Theatre (DBT) seeks an immediately available full-time Registrar/Administrative Assistant for our Denver Ballet Theatre Academy (DBTA). The mission of DBT is to serve the region with artistic excellence in classical ballet through enlightening performances, educational outreach and the finest pre-professional ballet training in the Vaganova teaching syllabus. This is an exciting opportunity for a detail-oriented, responsible, punctual and friendly individual to join our team as the vision for DBT takes flight with the expansion of our already extensive pre-professional ballet academy. DBTA operates under the supervision of David Taylor, Artistic Director and Earl Anderson, Executive Director at studios at 99 Inverness Drive East, Englewood CO. Plans include the creation of a professional ballet company of the highest caliber which will work in tandem with the Academy. Job Description: The Registrar/Administrative Assistant will coordinate student registrations, billings, class scheduling, instructors scheduling and related administrative services for the comprehensive year-round Denver Ballet Theatre Academy (DBTA). DBTA serves a growing enrollment of students of all ages through approximately 68 classes/week during the school year with additional programs offered each summer. The Registrar/Administrative Assistant will be the front office staff, greeting and serving students, families and the public and acting as liaison to faculty, artists and management. Hours are M-F 8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. with one hour lunch. This full-time employee will help grow enrollment through a positive attitude and also support performances at DBT studios and other venues. Starting pay is $10/hr. The position reports to the Artistic Director and Executive Director.

Grant Writer for Educational Non-Profit

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
Denver Kids, Inc.
Job posted on:
17 Jul 2015
Job starts on:
03 Aug 2015
Contact Name:
Reece
Email:
Phone:
720-439-4069
Fax:
 
Address:
1860 Lincoln St, Denver, Colorado 80219
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
General Job Description:
Seeking Visionary Wordsmith – Grant Writer+ for Educational Non-profit Denver Kids, Inc. is a non-profit organization that works to ensure that all Denver Public Schools students have the support that they need to graduate, use education to break the cycle of generational poverty and be successful in life. This is an organization where everyone is inspired, driven, and truly believes in the vision that every student counts and that every student graduates. The Development & Marketing Office is seeking a multi-talented writer to join their inspired and dedicated team. This position will be the primary person responsible for grant writing, but will have the support of an experienced team to create a great system for grant writing success. In addition to writing grants, this role will spend about 40% of their time using their creative writing skills to share the vision & success stories of the organization in articles for the monthly newsletter, annual reports, website content and social media posts. The ideal candidate for this position should share the organization’s passion for the educational success of kids and enjoy the opportunity to tell the inspiring stories of what is being accomplished, as well as their vision for the future. Additionally, the right person for this role must be an excellent technical writer who can successfully prepare and complete all aspects of grant proposals. Excellent organizational skills, attention to detail, and great communication skills are a must. DUTIES INCLUDED, but not limited to: - Prepare grants proposals that will assist with growing agency revenues from $3M to $7M over the next 8 years. - Works with all depts. to gather information necessary to report to corporate and foundation funders on current grant programs. - Works with leadership to write Annual Report. - Provides written content for annual appeals, websites, newsletters, email distributions, etc. - Leads the development of the agency’s common grant language used throughout the fiscal year. - Research and analysis of possible grant and donor opportunities. DESIRED SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE: - Bachelors Degree in Journalism, English, Communications or other related field required. - Minimum of 2 years of professional writing experience, which may include experience writing proposals to institutional donors, grant writing, copy writing or technical writing experience - Excellent written communication skills, including strong editing skills - High attention to detail - Ability to meet deadlines in a fast paced environment - Knowledge of fundraising information sources and basic fundraising techniques and strategies - Knowledge and familiarity with techniques for researching potential new foundation donors. - Ability to create a detailed grant forecast PAY & BENEFITS: Competitive annual salary, Depends on experience Comprehensive benefits & paid time off TO APPLY: Follow the link below to fill out the application and submit your resume. https://hirewithease.crelate.com/portal/job/t2fieah2abr-121800?d=false

Stroke Recovery Navigator

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
National Stroke Association
Job posted on:
17 Jul 2015
Job starts on:
03 Aug 2015
Contact Name:
Julia Richards
Email:
Phone:
(303) 649-9299
Fax:
 
Address:
9707 East Easter Lan, Centennial, Colorado 80112
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Human Services or equivalent combination of experience and education. Fluency in Spanish highly preferred. An understanding of Motivational Interviewing techniques. Excellent verbal and written communication skills with stroke survivors, caregivers, community resources and others as required. Experience working in the public health/human services field. Ability to build rapport with clients via phone/email/other tele-technology. Experience holding appropriate professional boundaries with clients. Proficiency with computer, telephone and other office equipment. Software skills should include at minimum Microsoft Office and familiarity with all common browsers and social networking websites. Experience working with SalesForce preferred.
General Job Description:
The Stroke Recovery Navigator and Survival Programs Coordinator will coordinate the activities of the Stroke Recovery Navigator (SRN) program including enrollment of referred stroke survivors/caregivers at time of discharge from an acute care (hospital) or rehabilitation settings, followed by one on one contact/assistance with enrollees per the program guidelines. In addition this position supports any Stroke Survivor/Caregiver programs as directed by the Manager, Survival programs.

Development Director

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
TellAsia Ministries
Job posted on:
16 Jul 2015
Job starts on:
17 Sep 2015
Contact Name:
Leanna Cinquanta
Email:
Phone:
8888876066
Fax:
 
Address:
12650 w 64th ave, arvada, Colorado 80004
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Required Skills and Experience: ? Five years prior experience in development or fundraising within the public, private, or nonprofit sector. ? Explicit understanding of the fundraising process including annual fund, major gifts, foundation grants, and campaigns. ? Advanced word processing skills with proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook. ? Demonstrated excellence in verbal communication, public relations, and telephone skills. ? Advanced writing and editing skills. ? Able to upload content and engage with others through social media including Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube. ? Experience working in a fast-paced environment supporting executive leaders. ? Ability to multi-task and manage the completion of multiple projects, often with shifting priorities, while working under direct supervision or independently. ? Ability to handle confidential donor/partner information with sensitivity and integrity. ? Experience with nonprofit, Christian missions, and/or global development a plus. Education Requirements: ? Bachelor’s degree in business, communications, nonprofit management, public administration, or related field. ? Education requirement may be waived if candidate meets all of the other requirements listed above.
General Job Description:
Position Summary: The Development Director is expected to generate new and increased funding for the activities of TellAsia Ministries. The person in this role must have prior experience and success in leadership of fund raising and/or marketing and must be confident that his/her skills and experience combined with TellAsia’s 18 year track record of highly fruitful service will result in increased income. He/she also must be a highly motivated self-starter who is able to complete projects and meet deadlines while receiving minimal supervision. The Development Director works closely with the Executive Director and Executive Administrator. All duties for this position are carried out in the USA. TellAsia’s USA operations are in a season of transition as the organization evolves from an informal entrepreneurial model to a larger, more stable organizational culture. The Development Director must be comfortable working in a highly flexible, fluid environment yet also have the vision and talent to spearhead the marketing initiatives, systems, structures and opportunities that will take TellAsia Ministries to the next level. See overview of TellAsia Ministries at the bottom of this document. Duties: Communications ? In collaboration with Executive Director and Board of Directors, develop and execute TellAsia Ministries’ annual fundraising plan. ? Identify corporate, foundation, church and individual prospects then carry out initial contact, cultivation of relationship and follow up. ? Initiate and carry out web, email, and social media fundraising efforts. ? Create and execute a strategy for a large sustained base of annual individual donors. ? Work with graphic designer and printer to ensure top-quality Media Kit for fundraising. ? Coordinate fundraising campaigns throughout the year. ? Write Press Releases and pursue other promotional strategies, ideas or options. Event Planning • Organize and host fundraising and donor appreciation events assisted by other staff. Grant Writing ? Starting with existing foundation database, conduct grant research and identify new potential foundation funding. ? Starting with existing letters of inquiry and proposals, draft or refine and improve letters of inquiry, grant proposals, and other documents to solicit funding. ? Assemble required components of grant proposals and coordinate the grant submission process. ? Follow-up and cultivate TellAsia’s relationship with these new funding agencies. Database ? Utilize the organization’s Salesforce database to record and monitor your personal interactions with prospects (software training will be provided) Volunteer Recruitment • In collaboration with Executive Administrator, recruit and manage volunteers as needed. Internal Communications • Twice annually produce report for the Board and core staff on fundraising goals and progress. Values Statement: TellAsia Ministries is Christian charitable organization which embraces an evangelical Christian framework. It is the policy of TellAsia Ministries to only hire staff who affirm a Biblical worldview and are in agreement with the vision, mission, goals, policies, and statement of faith of TellAsia Ministries. The Organization: TellAsia Ministries endeavors to see God’s Kingdom of spiritual and physical wholeness established in the least evangelized and most needy areas of the world through Christian discipleship, church planting, education, and rescue of at-risk children. Since our founder Leanna Cinquanta abandoned all and embarked for northern India in 1996 with a one-way ticket, the Lord has used TellAsia’s radical strategies and bold initiatives to reap the following impact: • 600,000 souls saved in 6 years in a region termed “the graveyard of Christianity.” • 18,000 churches planted despite constant persecution • 20,000 Christian leaders trained and sent out as self-supporting Gospel workers • Over 40,000 needy children educated and prevented from being trafficked or enslaved • Hundreds of families lifted out of poverty through micro-business and vocational training This is an exciting time in TellAsia as our growing team pursues the following God-sized visions: 1. 2020 Network: A united cross-denominational initiative to see the Christian community in the Ganges River area of north India – population 200 Million – grow from 1% to 20% by the year 2020. 2. Blue Haven Village: Establish a replicable model for high-quality fully self-supporting children’s homes resulting in the rescue, nurture and education of hundreds and eventually thousands of the most at-risk children with no further need to raise operational support. 3. Transformation Center: Establish a vocational training institute that generates income to support the Bible and skills training of pastors. 4. Bright Hope Initiative: Launch a three-fronted assault on trafficking of minor girls resulting in this human travesty being reduced by 90% along the northern border of India/Nepal.

Digital Media Strategist

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
JVA
Job posted on:
15 Jul 2015
Job starts on:
10 Aug 2015
Contact Name:
Janine Vanderburg
Email:
Phone:
303-477-4896
Fax:
 
Address:
2465 Sheridan Blvd., Edgewater, Colorado 80214
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
We're looking for someone who is energetic and passionate about community and social change. Who loves, and is highly skilled at, digital/social media, and who wants to use their skills to help our clients change the world. Sound like you? Read more about what we're looking for in our job announcement at: http://jvaconsulting.com/digital-media-strategist-job-announcement/#.Vab3b1zs7cZ
General Job Description:
See job announcement at: http://jvaconsulting.com/digital-media-strategist-job-announcement/#.Vab3b1zs7cZ

Accountant

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver
Job posted on:
15 Jul 2015
Job starts on:
03 Aug 2015
Contact Name:
Sarah Hatfield
Email:
Phone:
303-534-2929
Fax:
303-534-2727
 
Address:
3245 Eliot Street, Denver, Colorado 80211
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
People • Above average people skills effectively supporting others with timely and effective communication, clarity, and positivity with people at all levels. • Proven ability to work well with others in a team environment. • Able to develop and maintain professional, positive, and collaborative functional relationships with staff, volunteers, and vendors. Training, Skills and Experience • An accounting degree required. • At least five years of professional accounting experience. Nonprofit experience a plus. • Above average written communication skills in both narrative and financial reporting formats. • Very detail oriented and organized. • Accurate and timely data entry. • Ability to set priorities and meet deadlines. • Above average ability to maintain confidentiality. • Collaborative team player • Intermediate to advanced computer skills; Quick Books experience a plus. • Experience working with volunteers • Self-starter and ability to work independently with minimal supervision
General Job Description:
General Description This position requires a motivated accounting professional who is responsible for evaluating, recording and reporting the financial information of the organization. As a key part of the Finance team, this position is responsible for researching, analyzing, and presenting key financial information to department managers and senior management. Essential Responsibilities 1. Accounts Payable - Overseeing and executing the processing and payment of accounts payable supervising six part-time volunteer staff. 2. Cash Receipts – Processes incoming cash and credit card transactions supervising volunteer staff. 3. Financial Analysis – Researches, analyzes and reports financial data in support of management decision making. 4. Month End Closings – Supports accounting department in month end closings and production of financial statements and reports. 5. Year End Closings – As part of the Finance Team, performs a key role in annual year end closings and reporting. 6. Annual Audit – Plays a major role in preparing and analyzing financial data for annual audit by outside CPA firm. 7. Budget – Serves in a major role in preparing annual organizational budget and monthly actual vs budget reporting and analysis. 8. Accounting Manager Support – Serves a primary back up to Accounting Manager.

Case Manager

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
Cold Weather Care
Job posted on:
14 Jul 2015
Job starts on:
01 Sep 2015
Contact Name:
Christina Harris
Email:
Phone:
3038479072
Fax:
 
Address:
PO Box 351594, Westminster, Colorado 80035
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
QUALIFICATIONS: • Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or related field with a minimum of three (3) years related case management experience (with low-income/homeless individuals and families) OR, a minimum of four (4) years related case management experience (with low-income/homeless individuals and families) may be substituted to meet the minimum education requirement. • Ability to handle multiple tasks and to assess and change priorities based upon program and Guest needs. • Ability to be self-directed/work independently as well as work as part of a team. • Good problem solving and strong organizational skills a must. • Strong interpersonal, effective communication and presentation skills, both verbally and written required. • Ability to maintain flexible work hours, to include some evening and on-call weekend hours. • Proficient with a computer and software (Microsoft Office Suite). • Valid Driver’s License and reliable transportation. • Experience responding to crises and working in a high-pressure environment a plus. • Knowledge of Emergency Housing and Homelessness and related issues very helpful. • Knowledge of employment and/or housing resources in Adams County a plus. • Experience collaborating with the Faith Community a plus. • Bilingual Spanish preferred but not required.
General Job Description:
This opportunity requires a full time flexible schedule. The “shelter season” is October-April and the “off season” is May-September. This is a contract position paying $35,000-$37,000 (dependent upon experience). This position requires a background check. Opportunity start date: Tuesday, September 1, 2015 MISSION OF COLD WEATHER CARE: To provide life saving shelter and support to homeless individuals and families in Adams County. Opportunity Summary: The Case Manager is responsible for all Guest services associated with Cold Weather Care (CWC), an emergency cold weather shelter program that operates from October through April. The program has a maximum capacity of 20 individuals and the Case Manager will make reasonable efforts to assure the program is operating at or near capacity nightly, while maintaining the program objective of empowering individuals to move forward on their path to self-sufficiency. Guests are hosted overnight in local churches, where volunteer Host Coordinators serve on-site and have responsibility for program execution. Each church hosts for seven consecutive nights, then Guests move to the next church location. The work will involve some evenings and weekends, and includes being on call 24/7 Monday through Friday and some weekends from October through April. Community of Faith, a local faith-based ministry, is the program’s 501c3 Fiscal Sponsor, which provides office space for the Case Manager to use for Guest intakes and case management meetings. During the off-season (May through September) the Case Manager has administrative responsibilities outlined below, which can be accomplished during standard business hours. The Case Manager shall coordinate the delivery of services for individuals and families receiving services from CWC. Case Management will include (but is not limited to) the design and development of individualized case management plans, organization of collaborative efforts with community referral and other agencies and coordinated case management with those organizations. Scope of Work and ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: • Serves as the primary point person for CWC and assures that the shelter and case management services are provided in a timely and professional manner. • Provides leadership/guidance and support to CWC Host Coordinators. • Responds to telephone calls, letters, and walk-in applicants for services. • Responsible for screening, intake, assessment, and placement of families and individuals. Provides referrals to homeless individuals and families who seek assistance from CWC. • Provides direct services, to all active CWC Guests, primarily case advocacy, using a strengths-based case management approach. Meets weekly with Guests to develop and achieve a plan for transitioning from homelessness. • Develops and maintains resource files and program statistics. • Maintains accurate and regularly updated case files and enters all required data into the Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) database in a timely fashion. • Documents all Case Manager interactions with Guests. • Manages confidentiality of all Guest files. • Provides information, referral services, and consultation to staff from other agencies as needed. • Develops and prepares grant applications which will entail communicating with the appropriate CWC Subcommittees, Fiscal Sponsor and reporting to the Steering Committee. • Assists with fundraising event planning and execution. • Ongoing development of relationships with referral agencies and community organizations. This includes facilitating a quarterly Community Advisor meeting. • Provides volunteer training and on-going enhancement/development of the CWC Life-Skills program as requested. • Occasional media representation regarding the program may be necessary. • Is flexible with schedule to allow for managing CWC on evenings and some weekends. • Duties will include an on-call cell phone (24/7 M-F & some weekends). • Handles other projects assigned by Steering Committee Chairperson Please submit a cover letter and resume to: Christina Harris (charris@coldweathercare.org) Please include “CWC Case Manager Application” in the subject line of your email. In your cover letter please indicate contract pay requirements. No phone calls please. FISCAL SPONSOR & SUPERVISING AGENCY: Community of Faith. Community of Faith is a faith-based community organization located in Adams County, CO.

Development Director

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
Escuela de Guadalupe
Job posted on:
13 Jul 2015
Job starts on:
03 Aug 2015
Contact Name:
David Card
Email:
Phone:
303-964-0816
Fax:
 
Address:
660 Julian Street, Denver, Colorado 80204
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
The ideal candidate for this position will demonstrate a commitment to and passion for the mission of Escuela de Guadalupe, and possess a combination of skills and experience in the following areas: • At least five years of experience in development, especially in individual campaigns and grant-seeking • Excellent presentation and communications (written and oral) skills • Excellent organizational skills • The ability to take initiative while remaining open to ideas of others • Skills in collaboration and teamwork • The ability to be flexible and adaptable • Entrepreneurial with a self-led attitude • Effective leadership and management skills • Bilingual skills (English and Spanish) are highly valued, but not required • Ability to work well with diverse populations
General Job Description:
Fundraising • Designs, implements and manages all fundraising activities including annual giving, major gift campaigns, planned giving , and other related solicitations • Manages strategies and activities for donor cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship • Maintains contact with foundation funders and oversee grant writing and reporting for funders • Develops and executes fundraising events including bi-monthly “point of entry” luncheons as well as 1-2 large scale annual fundraisers • Works closely with the president and program staff to assess development needs and overall fundraising plan • Supports the president in representing the school to funders and others in the external community Board of Trustees Relations • Works with the development committee of the board of trustees and the president to develop strategies to initiate and meet fundraising goals. • Develops fundraising training for development committee and/or board members • Assists president with board member orientations • Assists trustees in cultivating their networks to meet their fundraising goals • Assumes responsibility for all development reports to the board and attends all board meetings Development Communications and Operations • Creates office systems to support all development projects and operations • Oversees content management of website, electronic newsletter, social media and annual report • Supervises donor and gift record-keeping and manages all audit activities related to development • Coordinates development research activities • Oversee the management of databases and all records, files, and donor processing • Analyzes and propose improvements to program efficiency To apply, submit resume and letter of interest to David Card at david_card@escuelaguadalupe.org.

Executive Director

Job Type:
Director
Agency:
The Senior Hub
Job posted on:
10 Jul 2015
Job starts on:
28 Sep 2015
Contact Name:
Tracy Geipel
Email:
Phone:
303-426-4408
Fax:
303-426-0014
 
Address:
2360 W. 90th Avenue, Federal Heights, Colorado 80260
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Applicants must have completed a Bachelor’s Degree with a preferred major in business, public administration, or non-profit management. Master’s Degree preferred. We are seeking someone with at least five years progressively responsible management experience, preferably in the non-profit or public sector, including strong staff supervision, budgeting, financial management and reporting, fundraising, grant writing, marketing, and program development. Applicants must have strong interpersonal and communication skills.
General Job Description:
The Executive Director is responsible for providing direction and managing the day-to-day operations of The Senior Hub in an ethical, lawful, compassionate, and fiscally responsible manner. This includes management and supervision of staff, volunteers, programs, activities, relationships and resources. The Executive Director will implement operational plans; provide administrative support to the agency Board of Directors; assure adequate fundraising plans to support agency operations; develop annual budget and prudently manage resources; ensure compliance with laws and contracts under which the agency operates; develop and manage a high performance team of managers and staff who are committed to the mission and values of the organization; analyze needs and the design, implementation, and delivery of programs and services; develop and enhance relationships with civic, human services, elder care, and business leaders in the area and clearly articulate the mission and vision to key stakeholders; support quality improvement through the evaluation of outputs; and continually evaluate the structure, operation, and performance of The Senior Hub.

Adults 50+ Needed for AmeriCorps Service

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
Boomers Leading Change in Helath
Job posted on:
10 Jul 2015
Job starts on:
01 Oct 2015
Contact Name:
Austin George
Email:
Phone:
303-426-6637
Fax:
 
Address:
425 S. Cherry st, Denver, Colorado 80246
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Boomers Leading Change in Health—a ground-breaking, grassroots effort dedicated to improving the health and access to healthcare for people across Metro Denver—is recruiting adults 50 and over NOW to begin serving as AmeriCorps Encore Members this October! BLCiH AmeriCorps Encore Members will help underserved populations overcome barriers to care—and learn to take better care of themselves and their families. Duties may include providing support and guidance to people with health risks, assisting clients in understanding their options for benefits, providing health education training, teaching preventive care classes, coaching patients, and linking community members to health-related resources.
General Job Description:
Important Details to Consider: All positions are half-time—Members must complete 900 hours of service over a period of 11 months. Applicants must be at least 50 years of age—Adults 55+ are preferred. No healthcare experience is required—extensive training will be provided at no charge. Computer proficiency is desired. You must have earned a high school diploma or the equivalent. You must be a U.S. citizen or national or a legal permanent resident of the United States. You must agree to be fingerprinted, undergo a criminal background check, and complete the AmeriCorps online application during the selection process. You must have a strong desire to serve your community. The Benefits of Serving with AmeriCorps: Members will receive a living allowance of up to $6,050 paid over 11 months, as well as an education award valued at up to $2,822 (presented upon satisfactory completion of your service). Members 55+ may transfer their National Service Education Award to a child, foster child, or grandchild. Application Instructions: Send your resume and a cover letter to Susan Kayler-Daley at skdaley@blcih.org. No phone calls, please. In your cover letter, please respond to the following questions: Why are you interested in serving as an AmeriCorps Encore Member? Are you age 55 or older? This question is related to the requirements of the grant. Applicants selected to move to the next step will be invited to participate in a group interview. Boomers Leading Change in Health is proud to offer equal opportunities for all. For more information, please see our website at blich.org/get-involved.php.

Loan Origination Specialist

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver
Job posted on:
09 Jul 2015
Job starts on:
03 Aug 2015
Contact Name:
Sarah Hatfield
Email:
Phone:
303-534-2929
Fax:
303-534-2727
 
Address:
3245 Eliot Street, Denver, Colorado 80211
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES: • Proficient in word processing, spreadsheets, mortgage servicing software, and database management • Excellent written and verbal communication skills • Ability to maintain detailed and accurate correspondence logs. • Solid foundation of mortgage experience • Exceptionally organized and detail oriented. • Flexible. • Knowledge, acceptance and ability to work with diverse populations. • Ability to communicate with current and future homeowners with compassion and patience. • A valid driver’s license and the ability to be insured under HFHMD’s auto insurance policy is required. EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: • BA/BS degree. • Holds, or is able to obtain upon hiring, a Mortgage Loan Originator License. • Is a notary or is able to become licensed as a notary • Is able to meet all future licensing continuing education requirements. • 1 to 2 years’ experience in loan processing • Familiarity with loan documents is helpful. • Proficiency in Spanish, French or Arabic is desirable. • Ability to maintain confidentiality.
General Job Description:
GENERAL DESCRIPTION: The Loan Origination Specialist is responsible for educating and assisting borrowers through the closing process including recertifying income and credit worthiness, preparing all contract, loan, and closing documentation, and coordinating closing logistics CORE RESPONSIBILITIES: Loan Origination • Develop and track closing cost payment plans for all borrowers, including outside down payment assistance programs • Track, collect and analyze income and credit documentation with borrowers to monitor program compliance. Develop financial remediation plans as necessary. • Provide excellent customer service to future and current homeowners by answering questions and responding to requests about the Closing process. • Provide comprehensive pre-purchase financial homebuyer education • Manage the closing schedule for new home closings and repurchases by coordinating cross-departmentally to ensure all internal deadlines are met • Coordinate and communicate each step of the contract and closing process with Home Purchase and Home Repair borrowers, meeting with them as appropriate. • Write and explain real estate sales contracts. • Research and prepare all necessary disclosures for each closing. • Coordinate with Government Grant Administrator to ensure compliance on all government grant requirements • Serve as the liaison between all parties, i.e.: Title company, insurance agent, to prepare all necessary documents for all closings. • Attend all closings on behalf of Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver. • Comply fully with all federal, state and local laws and regulations, including but not limited to the S.A.F.E Act and its registration, renewal, and updating requirements • Update and document all necessary procedures for closings. • Set up all confidential loan files and coordinate with Accounting for all post-closing needs • Coordinate, train, and schedule volunteers on an as-needed basis

Community Life Coordinator

Job Type:
Volunteer Coordinator
Agency:
Urban Servant Corps
Job posted on:
08 Jul 2015
Job starts on:
10 Aug 2015
Contact Name:
Krista Kilgus
Email:
Phone:
3038940076
Fax:
 
Address:
1660 Ogden St., Denver, Colorado 80218
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Requirements: -- Bachelor’s Degree -- Dedication to Urban Servant Corps mission and issues of social justice -- Commitment to uphold Urban Servant Corps tenets of intentional community, simplicity, service, spirituality -- Comfortable leading discussions regarding faith traditions from a variety of perspectives -- Demonstrated skills (minimum 2 years experience) in conflict resolution and consensus based problem solving with young adults Preferred: -- Experience with intentional community life -- Experience within diverse communities -- Affiliation or familiarity with the Lutheran (ELCA) faith tradition
General Job Description:
Urban Servant Corps Community Life Coordinator Job Description Responsibilities: Collaborate with Executive Director and USC volunteers in program planning and community life, including the following: 1) Recruit/engage full-time volunteers for upcoming program cycle, process applications and conduct interviews 2) Plan and lead USC volunteer orientation, events, trainings, and retreats 3) Plan and attend weekly community nights (Monday) and monthly community days (Friday) 4) Coordinate volunteer committees/liaison positions for community life responsibilities and activities 5) Offer leadership opportunities to volunteers while supporting interpersonal and community relationships 6) Supervise DU intern 7) Assist Executive Director in fundraising and outreach activities 8) Other duties as assigned. Reports to Executive Director of Urban Servant Corps 20 hours/week, $15-18/hour, health insurance benefits, PTO available Flexible schedule (outside of mandatory community nights, fundraising events, retreat weekends) Please submit resume and cover letter to Executive Director, Krista Kilgus at: jobs@servantcorps.org. Priority consideration will be given to those submitted by July 20.

Assistant Director of Development

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
Anti-Defamation League
Job posted on:
08 Jul 2015
Job starts on:
01 Oct 2015
Contact Name:
Anti-Defamation League
Email:
Phone:
303-830-7177
Fax:
 
Address:
Chancery, 1120 Lincoln St. #1301, Denver, Colorado 80203
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
• A Bachelor’s degree, or equivalent work experience. • Two to five years of community fundraising experience in a volunteer environment. Event planning experience is required • Good organizational and administrative skills including the ability to multitask. • Ability to solicit and close financial agreements with donors is essential. • Good interpersonal skills and good oral and written presentation skills are needed. • Familiarity with word processing, spreadsheet, and database management software is necessary. • Flexibility to work evenings and weekends is necessary to represent ADL and attend community fundraising events. Occasional overnight travel may be required. • Events may require the ability to lift and carry heavy boxes.
General Job Description:
PRIMARY FUNCTION: Based in Denver, develop, plan, and execute targeted community fundraising efforts to achieve defined regional goals. To implement targeted solicitation strategies designed to increase the donor base, assist in identifying and cultivating donors and input and maintain donor database. • Assist the Director of Development in setting fundraising priorities and establishing financial goals. • Plan, organize and execute fundraising efforts such as, but not limited to, dinners, parlor meetings and other events. a. Organize event committee meetings; mentor event chairs and co-chairs. b. Coordinate event program, honorees and attendees. c. Prepare press releases, program outlines and related publicity materials. Initiate and respond to media contacts to promote awareness of ADL fundraising events and honorees. d. Oversee budget and record keeping for events. • In consultation with the Director of Development, plan and engage in solicitation of board and non-board member contributors, cultivate lay persons and coordinate donor recognition activities. • Cultivate and maintain community relationships and community outreach. May research and reach out to potential corporate sponsors or contributors. • Provide committee staff support; prepare agendas, minutes and follow up. • Maintain appropriate prospect and donor records, mailing lists and fund records.

Annual Giving Specialist

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
Denver Public Schools Foundation
Job posted on:
07 Jul 2015
Job starts on:
01 Sep 2015
Contact Name:
Human Resources
Email:
Phone:
720-423-3553
Fax:
 
Address:
1860 Lincoln St. 9th Fl., Denver, Colorado 80203
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
OVERVIEW Denver Public Schools (DPS) Foundation generates resources, builds relationships and champions DPS and public education to impact system-wide achievement in support of DPS’ bold and ambitious goal to ensure Every Child Succeeds. Building on our strong history and close alignment with DPS, DPS Foundation is aggressively accelerating our role in service to DPS and the more than 89,000 students served. DPS Foundation facilitates support from individuals, corporations and foundations to advance the five priority goals of the Denver Plan 2020. In partnership with the Superintendent, DPS leadership and the broader community, DPS Foundation is guided by our own strategic plan aligned to DPS, which calls for doubling our donor base and annually raising $15-20 million by 2016. JOB SUMMARY The Annual Giving Specialist reports to the Vice President of Development and plays a vital role in growing the philanthropic revenue for DPS Foundation. S/he is primarily responsible for the identification, cultivation and renewal of individual donors through a comprehensive, ambitious and strategic annual fund plan. The Annual Giving Specialist manages and tracks results from annual fundraising campaigns including workplace giving. S/he is responsible for the portfolio management of donors, event sponsors and prospects for the development team, data mining and analyzing, prospecting, wealth screening, querying, reporting, list-generation and moves management within Raiser’s Edge (donor database). The successful candidate will be a creative and innovative fundraiser, familiar with traditional fundraising strategies and also demonstrating a vision for new and out-of-the-box ways to reach new constituencies and dollars; self-motivated and entrepreneurial; possessing a strong attention to detail; dynamic and highly proficient in Raiser’s Edge; with the ability to multi-task in a fast-paced and collaborative work environment.
General Job Description:
Please see full job description and how to apply at http://dpsfoundation.org/who-we-are/careers/

FIRE Within Educator

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
Carson J Spencer Foundation
Job posted on:
07 Jul 2015
Job starts on:
17 Aug 2015
Contact Name:
Mike Guthrie
Email:
Phone:
303-219-5042
Fax:
 
Address:
1385 S Colorado Blvd, Denver, Colorado 80222-3304
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
• Experience working with high school aged youth • Strong interpersonal skills • Experience teaching, facilitating, and/or presenting • Creativity, flexibility, enthusiasm, positivity, patience, and a good sense of humor • Strong organizational and communication skills • The ability to work independently and as part of a team • A minimum of a bachelor’s degree in education, psychology, business, or a related field • Background check is required Preferred candidates will also have the following: • Knowledge of social entrepreneurship and/or business education • Knowledge of suicide prevention and/or mental health promotion
General Job Description:
ABOUT: The FIRE Within empowers high school students to research and understand causes of mental health distress among their peers, apply entrepreneurial strategies to upstream suicide prevention, and bring positive change to their communities. Through this program, youth are transformed into resilient entrepreneurs, business and community leaders, and mental health advocates. Job Description: We offer motivated individuals the opportunity to engage youth leaders in innovation mental health and social entrepreneurship programming. • Teach 3 - 7 FIRE Within classes per week at assigned schools • Inspire students to think outside the box and develop life-changing leadership skills • Deliver FIRE Within curriculum during the fall semester and guide students through independent project implementation during the spring semester • Engage and build relationships with principals, teachers, counselors, and stakeholders to explain program goals and actively involve them in student learning • Facilitate program evaluation and help track student gains throughout the year • Attend FIRE Within related events such as Innovation Challenge, Business Plan Competition, and community outreach Details • FIRE Within will run September, 2015 – May, 2016 • FIRE Within Educators on average spend 2-3 hours per week, per class taught which includes classroom facilitation and at-home lesson preparation • Schedules will be determined in partnership with classroom teachers • Educators are required to attend a full week of staff training in Denver August 17-21st • Educators will receive an established salary per class taught, paid bi-weekly August – May • FIRE Within classes will be in schools in Adams, Arapahoe, Aurora, Broomfield, Boulder, Denver, Jefferson, Pueblo, and Weld counties. Email Cover Letter and Resume to Mike Guthrie at mike@carsonjspencer.org.

Marketing and Communications Coordinator

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
Mile High Montessori Early Learning Centers
Job posted on:
06 Jul 2015
Job starts on:
01 Aug 2015
Contact Name:
Melanie Ulle
Email:
Phone:
720-261-1181
Fax:
 
Address:
1780 Marion Street, Denver, Colorado 80218
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Required Position Qualifications / Certifications / Licenses: • Bachelor of Arts in development, marketing or related field • 5 years of experience working in a development, marketing or public relations position and/or office management experience • Experience working with volunteer committees and volunteer-led events • Experience with social media and online communication tools • Self starter with a strong sense of ownership and involvement • Ability to recognize priorities • Microsoft office suite, database software • Excellent oral and written communication skills • Special events coordination experience • Must have reliable transportation to attend outside events
General Job Description:
Position Summary: The Marketing and Communications Coordinator is responsible for supporting the Mile High Montessori Early Learning Centers' (MHM) brand advancement, communications, marketing, and fundraising initiatives. Will coordinate press coverage of the MHM, manage the organization's social media accounts and e-newsletter, and maintain consistency in the organization's messaging to diverse audiences, assist with fundraising events and serve as liaison to fundraising consultants and Board members who serve in volunteer fund development roles. Reporting Relationships: Supervisor: President and CEO Reporting Relationship: Development and Special Projects Coordinator Essential Job Functions: • Collaborate across departments on various communications projects to support the mission of the MHM with the writing of communication materials (cultivation, solicitation, and donor acknowledgment letters). • Support the creation, and manage distribution, and maintenance of all print and electronic materials, including: marketing, development, and solicitation materials Event announcements, invitations, programs, and signage. • Maintain and update the organizational website with event announcements, photos, news articles, newsletters, press releases, etc. • Press releases. • Monthly e-newsletters for an external audience of supporters. • Create print newsletters for donors, partners, and other supporters. • Annual report for donors and other supporters. • Consistent and engaging postings and conversations on social media outlets, including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and YouTube, as appropriate. • Help ensure that all internal/external communications are branded, accurate and consistent. • Work with leadership to identify media opportunities and implement campaigns around key programs and events, including monitoring media cycles and updating media lists. • Work with board members to execute on a myriad of projects. • Support of events: event planning, coordination and execution. • Staff liaison to development consultant team. • Assist with other projects as needed. Standard Job Functions: • Be able to interact with educationally, economically, culturally and racially diverse persons whose first language may not be English. • Recruit and support enrollment for children • Effectively resolve conflict; remain calm in very busy or emergency situations. • Maintain confidentiality related to all aspects of the parents / children enrolled and employee information as defined by MHM, State of Colorado and Federal regulations. • Maintain professional and effective working relationships with co-workers and MHM staff. • Attend mandatory staff meetings. • Perform other duties as assigned. Required Position Qualifications / Certifications / Licenses: • Bachelor of Arts in development, marketing or related field • 5 years of experience working in a development, marketing or public relations position and/or office management experience • Experience working with volunteer committees and volunteer-led events • Experience with social media and online communication tools • Self starter with a strong sense of ownership and involvement • Ability to recognize priorities • Microsoft office suite, database software • Excellent oral and written communication skills • Special events coordination experience • Must have reliable transportation to attend outside events Essential Physical Requirements: • Conduct activities involving standing, walking and sitting. • Must be able to lift hands or arms above shoulder height with a weight up to 10 lbs • Lift, carry, push or pull objects weighting up to 25 lbs Environmental Surroundings: • Business office environment • Moderate standing, walking, stooping Equipment and Supplies Used: • Computer, Printer, Telephone, Fax, Copier, Calculator and other office equipment

Director of US Operations

Job Type:
Director
Agency:
El Porvenir
Job posted on:
03 Jul 2015
Job starts on:
10 Aug 2015
Contact Name:
Rob Bell
Email:
Phone:
303-861-1499
Fax:
 
Address:
10955 Westmoor Dr, Ste 400, Westminster, Colorado 80021
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
General Job Description:
Position Objective: To advance the growth and effectiveness of El Porvenir’s (EP) fundraising and outreach by serving as the Director of U.S. Operations, reporting directly to the Executive Director in Nicaragua. The primary responsibility is to raise funds for EP’s program interests and day to day operations. The U.S. Director will work closely with EP’s Board of Directors and is responsible for coordinating the U.S. office and communications. Responsibilities and skills required: The ideal person for this position will annually develop and carry out a fundraising plan for an organizational budget of $1.2M (and growing) with attention to all possible sources of funding (principally foundations, corporations, faith groups, individuals). Demonstrated fundraising experience (major donor development, grant writing, faith groups, etc.) for non-profits with budgets of at least $500,000 is a must, including at least 5 years of experience. This person will travel within the US, up to 10% of the time, to maintain and support existing groups and donors as well as develop new supporters. Another key skill set will involve managing the team of 3 staff in the US, as well as overseeing all publicity and promotion. This person will have demonstrated effective interpersonal relations experience. This person will represent the organization as needed as the chief spokesperson of EP in the US. This person will be responsible for day to day US operations under the general direction of the Executive Director. This person will have excellent computer skills especially with MS Office and strong written and verbal communication skills. Ideally, this person will also have a good working knowledge of the Spanish language, international WASH issues and international development. Please see http://www.elporvenir.org/employment for a full job description. Most hours to be worked in the Denver area office; some work from home allowed. Please email a resume and a cover letter to Rob Bell at hr@elporvenir.org with your salary requirement and let us know why you want to be part of the El Porvenir team. Full-time, exempt position. Competitive salary and benefits package. Position open until filled, interviews will begin early August. Background checks are conducted of top candidates. El Porvenir is an equal opportunity employer.

Development Director

Job Type:
Director
Agency:
Firefly Autism
Job posted on:
01 Jul 2015
Job starts on:
01 Sep 2015
Contact Name:
Mary Hanewall
Email:
Phone:
303-759-1192
Fax:
 
Address:
2695 S Jersey St, Denver, Colorado 80222
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Education and Qualifications: • Bachelor’s degree is strongly preferred. • Excellent written and verbal communications skills. • A proven track record and at least 2 years-experience in researching, writing, submitting grants, as well as providing stewardship to grants awarded. • A proven track record and at least 2 years-experience implementing individual donor giving strategies, including Colorado Gives Day. • At least 2 years-experience in special events. • Basic website development experience: content, editing, and graphics. • Proven social media experience in nonprofit fundraising. • Basic familiarity with wills and bequests programs. • Resourcefulness and flexibility, as well as the ability to work proactively and independently • Proficiency in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook • Familiarity with fund development data bases • Ability to work collaboratively with individuals from different backgrounds and cultures • Ability to speak conversational Spanish is an asset
General Job Description:
Firefly Autism Development Director Firefly Autism’s Mission: To transform the lives of children with autism by partnering with families to offer thoughtful, innovative and empirical learning treatment programs in a supportive environment. Position Summary: The Development Director is responsible for overseeing and managing the implementation of major components of the organization’s fund development plan. This is an intermediate level position. This person works closely with the Executive Director and Firefly’s Board of Directors as well as the staff leadership team. We are looking for someone who is creative, flexible, committed to excellence, organized, compassionate and determined. This is an excellent opportunity for growth. Areas of responsibility: A. Work closely with Executive Director, the Board, and other players to implement the existing annual fund-raising plan. Evaluate implemented strategies and facilitate future planning. Primary fund-raising strategies include: GRANTSMANSHIP: MANAGE THE GRANTSMANSHIP PROGRAM ? Submit grants to current foundations and corporations per the existing schedule. ? Research and schedule submission of new grant opportunities. ? As necessary, update current proposals and develop new ones in coordination with the Executive Director and program staff. Must be familiar with outcomes-based goals and adept reporting on them. ? Oversee stewardship of grants, including timely reporting. ? Support and facilitate excellent relationships between Firefly leadership and the grants community. INDIVIDUALS: MANAGE THE INDIVIDUAL DONOR PROGRAMS ? Manage existing individual donor strategies, including Colorado Gives Day ? Work with administrative support to maintain and maximize use of Donor Perfect data base. ? Explore, possibly create, implement and evaluate a social media strategy for Firefly Autism. ? Create, implement and evaluate a basic wills and bequest program. ? Explore, possibly create, implement and evaluate a Young Professionals Support group. ? Plan and manage home events to cultivate individual donor interest and support. EVENTS: SUPPORT AND WHERE DESIGNATED, MANAGE EVENTS ? Be a part of and support as delegated the Laugh Yourself Blue event team. ? Support and/or manage limited and smaller Firefly events, as delegated. ? Support delegated events that include Firefly as beneficiary. B. Work closely with the Executive Director, other board and staff leadership to develop, update collaterals, including the Firefly website, use of Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and other social media communications. Additionally, the ideal candidate will possess the following qualities: • Values and Philosophy: A belief that children with autism should be given the opportunity to learn in a thoughtful, supportive and innovative environment. • Integrity: Embody the honesty and trustworthiness that Firefly Autism expects of all of its community members and particularly those serving as visible role models for others. • Creativity: A track record of being a resourceful and creative self-starter. Compensation: Based on experience and education Benefits: • 10 paid vacation days, 7 paid PTO days, 11 paid Federal holidays • Health, dental, vision, disability and life insurance provided with nominal employee contribution To be considered for this position, send a cover letter to hr@fireflyautism.org outlining how you meet the qualifications above, current salary details and your resume, together with the Firefly employee application http://www.fireflyautism.org/employment.html. Thorough background checks will be completed prior to hire. Deadline for submission: Aug. 15, 2015.

Care Coordinator - Wellness Court

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
City of Aurora - Municipal Court
Job posted on:
01 Jul 2015
Job starts on:
17 Aug 2015
Contact Name:
Andrea Edwards
Email:
Phone:
303-739-6535
Fax:
 
Address:
14999 E Alameda Parkway, Aurora, Colorado 80012
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Job Qualifications and Education: • B.S./Master’s preferred in Human Services or related field • MSW/LCSW preferred • Experience, ability and affinity to work with individuals with mental health issues, and preferred experience with those involved in the criminal justice system • Experience working with the homeless • Preferred experience in the healthcare industry • Prior job related experience required Knowledge, Skill and Ability: • Ability to interact positively and build rapport with patients/participants, coworkers and/or external contacts • Ability to demonstrate the capability to effectively and sensitively respond to the needs and concerns of the full range of the Wellness Court’s diverse patient/PARTICIPANT population • Ability to handle sensitive information ethically and responsibly • Ability to protect the confidentiality of patient, employee and business information • Ability to discern information from others in a variety of formats and communicate information to others in a manner that helps them understand instruction • Ability to work independently in a manner that ensures accuracy and efficiency • Ability to demonstrate empathy with potential cultural and diversity dynamics • Demonstrates advanced problem solving skills • Ability to utilize advanced customer service skills, including the ability to diffuse upset patients • Ability to conduct risk need assessments/screening • Ability to design and implement risk need and responsive treatment plans • Learn and implement Wellness Court‘s policies and procedures keeping abreast with current research in accordance with the 10 key components of a mental health court, including interdisciplinary training and multidisciplinary problem solving • ABILITY TO WORK AS A TEAM DURING STAFFINGS AND AS A TREATMENT TEAM • BE WARM, WELCOMING AND HOMEOPATHIC IN THE CONTEXT OF A PROBLEM SOLVING COURT AND ITS EVIDENCE BASED PRINCIPLES • Ability to engage in multi-system collaboration • Previous experience working in social work, behavioral health or community health required. • Background in case management, health education, or community resources required. • Bilingual Spanish preferred
General Job Description:
The Municipal Court for the City of Aurora has develop a Wellness Court to begin operations September 1, 2015. A Wellness Court follows the precepts of treatment and recovery courts, whereby persons with a mental illness, and those with an associated dual diagnosis of substance abuse, can enter into a program of treatment as opposed to incarceration, leading to a greater likelihood of recovery. The Court is a multi-disciplinary integrated problem solving treatment approach between the municipal courts, probation, city prosecutor, public defender, medical/mental health providers, public and private supportive services, housing and rehabilitative/ job training services. The court is seeking a person to be its Care Coordinator. The general responsibilities of the Care Coordinator will be to provide care/case management and to coordinate all of the services a participant needs for a sustainable treatment plan addressing their mental health, substance abuse, trauma and life skills needs as assessed in screening, evaluations and risk needs tools, focused on overall wellness and recovery resulting in the participants’ ability to become self-sufficient, to the greatest extent possible, ending the revolving door into the criminal justice system. Essential Duties: • Coordinate the delivery of services to the participants including collaboration with clinical staff at all treatment agencies. • Serve as the "hub" for Wellness Court participants' day-to-day activity towards independence. • Link, monitor, and advocate for participants with service including treatment, housing and rehabilitative agencies. • Teach life skills alongside of participant consistent with FACT (Forensic Assertive community treatment and FICM (forensic intensive case management) I intensive case management practices. • Use motivational interviewing techniques in a strength based and relationship based approach with participants. • Work as a team collaboratively with Probation officer and court coordinator, communicating daily if necessary regarding participants and to ensure consistent team approach with each participant • Be flexible in work hours to ensure collaboration between all court team members and for the safety of the participants • Responsible for out-reach and home visits with participants • Coordinate assignments for student interns who will assist the care coordinator • Accompany the participants to assure attendance to all appointments • Providing mentoring and compassionate communications with participants (warm, welcoming and homeopathic) • Attend all court staffing sessions to advise all members of the progress or obstacles experience by the participants on a weekly basis • Assists the Presiding Judge or designee with the judicial functions of the Wellness Court • Research, locate and advocate collaboration with organizations, both public and private, to provide recreational, job training, life skills training, education and jobs for participants • Be trained in and conduct regular safe home visits to assess and assist participants at their residence, whether private home, group home or temporary shelter • Collect appropriate data on each participant, personal work activity, and reporting it in a timely manner • Maintain and support a collaborative and informed link between all providers • Learn and use state and federal funding sources, i.e. food stamps, housing vouchers, SSI, Medicaid, Medicare, RTD bus passes, etc. to assist and address participants needs • Establish working relationships with other care coordinators in the metro area and throughout the state • Be able to assist the program providers by access to the participants health records Material and Equipment Directly Used: Skill in using computer software including, but not limited to, the Internet and MS Office products Working Environment/ Physical Activities: Office environment within a clinical setting. Enters data into computer programs via computer, keyboard and mouse. Moves about the office environment and occasionally to other locations. Moves/transports objects up to 25lbs. occasionally. Communicates information to others. Discerns/analyzes information from others to assist in decision-making. Ability to do patient home and area hospital visits, as required under project or grant. Effective Salary: $60,000 including benefits Applications will be accepted postmarked or emailed by July 24, 2015. Please send a resume to: Andrea Edwards Aurora Municipal Court – Wellness Court Administrator 14999 E Alameda Parkway Aurora, CO 80012 (303) 739-6535 aedwards@auroragov.org ***Important Disclaimers*** This job description is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, or qualifications associated with the position. It does not prescribe or restrict the tasks that may be assigned by management. The physical and mental requirements outlined in this job description describe the demands according to how the job is typically performed. This description however is not intended to prescribe or restrict the methods to which may be used to meet the essential functions of the position. Any applicant or employee may request reasonable accommodation in the way that essential functions are performed by contact Human Resources.

Director of Program Services

Job Type:
Program Director
Agency:
Denver Justice & Peace Committee
Job posted on:
29 Jun 2015
Job starts on:
01 Sep 2015
Contact Name:
Connie Curtis
Email:
Phone:
303-623-1463
Fax:
303-623-3492
 
Address:
3131 Osceola St (mailing address: PO Box 12403), Denver, Colorado 80212
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Strong leadership skills; People oriented - enjoy communicating with members and networking; Experience and interest in recruiting and managing volunteers; Excellent work delegation skills; Experience in fundraising and membership development preferred; Ability to multi-task (and enjoy it!); Is flexible about work schedule, limited resources, can “roll with” a small non-profit organization; Commitment to peacemaking and non-violence; Interest in/knowledge of Latin America issues; Microsoft Office computer skills; Demonstrated ability to work respectfully with people with differing cultural backgrounds; Bachelors degree or equivalent experience required; Proficiency with Spanish language a plus.
General Job Description:
The Program Director is responsible for the day to day leadership role at DJPC and administration of the DJPC office; works with the board, program committees and ad hoc committees to define and oversee DJPC programs and goals; recruits and coordinates volunteers/interns/contractors for office work, educational events, and other DJPC program activities; directs media relations; utilizes social media in a way that keeps website, Facebook, etc. current and as tools for achieving DJPC’s mission; assists in the development and implementation of the fundraising plan; maintains and expands community outreach relationships with partner organizations such as churches, universities, foundations, and other peace and justice organizations.

Administrative Assistant

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
Denver Jewish Day School
Job posted on:
25 Jun 2015
Job starts on:
03 Aug 2015
Contact Name:
Samantha Horoschak
Email:
Phone:
7204499548
Fax:
 
Address:
2450 S Wabash St, Denver, Colorado 80231
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite as well as Google Mail, Calendar, and Drive. Knowledge of Blackbaud’s Raisers Edge and Powerschool would be welcome. Excellent customer service and attention to detail.
General Job Description:
Looking for a qualified candidate to work 37.5 hours per week, working closely with the Head of School, Director of Admission and Director of Development. Job entails the following: Support the mission of Denver Jewish Day School and its core values Assist in the management and updating all aspects of admission and fundraising databases. Data entry of new parents, grandparents, students, donors. Update all student and parent information when changes occur and on an annual basis. Work on several mail-merge mailings of 2,600 letters for our fundraising and admission projects and events. Maintain mailing and email lists Assist with management of fundraising and admission events Process invoices and check requests for development and marketing purposes. Interface with donors answering inquiries and processing requests. Manage copiers and printers. Attend weekly staff meetings with marketing, admission, and development. Answer office phone and deal kindly with parents, donors, and constituents. Provide excellent customer service and communication to applicants. Contact applicants upon receipt of each item required during of the application process, including scheduling the Kindergarten visits Confirm tours/shadow visits 24 hours in advance. Prepare information packets for prospective families with personalized letters. Ensure that meeting space and time is reserved in the school’s master calendar. Maintain a calendar to track all tours, admission visits, etc Record all admission related touchpoints in Admission Tracker Notify director of admission when application files are complete Prepare completed application files for review of the admission committee. Order supplies. Be present at events to help greet and troubleshoot. Be able to speak intelligently about the school’s value proposition, curriculum, and strategic plan on phone inquiries. Prepare and send enrollment contracts for all new students. Prepare and send enrollment contracts for all returning students. Benefits: · Full benefits package including health, dental and vision insurance · Retirement plan contributions of 3.0% after two years employment · Life insurance equivalent to one time salary · Long term disability at 60% of salary after 90-day waiting period · Leave of absence for sick, personal, professional development and bereavement · Vacation - ten workdays first - fourth years of service · Holiday - two weeks winter break, 1.5 weeks spring break · Reduced summer hours

Editorial Content Intern

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
Clyfford Still Museum
Job posted on:
24 Jun 2015
Job starts on:
02 Sep 2015
Contact Name:
John Eding
Email:
Phone:
7203544875
Fax:
3035341766
 
Address:
1250 Bannock St, Denver, Colorado 80204-3631
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Minimum Education, Job Qualifications and Experience • Bachelor's degree with coursework in journalism, creative writing, or AV production; or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience • Solid, demonstrated writing skills for the web, print, and social media • Experience with a website content management system, preferably wordpress • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills • Demonstrated ability to multitask, work in a fast-paced environment, and adhere to deadlines, while maintaining flexibility in meeting shifting demands and priorities • Experience with Hootsuite, Adobe Creative Suite applications, and/or AV editing software is a plus • Current participation in a master’s level graduate program is a plus • Prior experience in a museum setting is a plus
General Job Description:
Position: Editorial Content Intern Application Deadline: August 7, 2015 Start Date: September 2, 2015 End Date: December 4, 2015 Compensation: None (academic credit, where offered by a student’s institution) Benefits: Not eligible Status: Part time, unpaid, 8–12 hours / week Reports to: Director of Communications and Marketing The Clyfford Still Museum is seeking an intern who will support its content strategy by creating original editorial pieces for its newsletter, website/blog, and social media channels on a variety of topics related to the Museum’s mission and programs. Excellent writing skills are essential to this position. An ideal candidate would also possess editing skills related to podcasting and video production. Essential Duties/Responsibilities • Develop and pitch story ideas on topics assigned by Director of Communications • Write editorial copy following Chicago Manual of Style, as assigned • Conduct interviews with Museum staff and community members, as assigned • Create and publish approved items on Museum social media channels • Interact with community members on Museum social media channels • Organize workload to meet strict deadlines and perform other duties as needed • Some evening and weekend hours may be required Please send cover letter, resume, and at least two samples of relevant work to john@clyffordstillmuseum.org NO CALLS PLEASE Non-Discrimination Statement - The Museum prohibits making any employment decisions or basing any terms and conditions of employment on the basis of a person’s race, creed, color, religion, sex, age, national origin or ancestry, sexual orientation, transgendered status, marital status, disability, political affiliation, military or veteran status or any other basis protected by federal, state or local law, ordinance or regulation. The Museum follows this policy in all terms and conditions of employment including, without limitation, recruitment, hiring, testing, training, certification, promotions, demotions, terminations, performance evaluations, leaves, and use of Museum facilities. The Museum expressly prohibits any employment-based retaliation against anyone who brings a complaint of discrimination or who assists the Museum in the investigation of a complaint of discrimination.

Early Childhood Teacher of Threes

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
Treasureland Preschool
Job posted on:
23 Jun 2015
Job starts on:
26 Aug 2015
Contact Name:
Sally Roberts
Email:
Phone:
303.758.0362
Fax:
303.758.1009
 
Address:
2950 South University Boulevard, Denver, Colorado 80210
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
ECT or Director Qualified; experience working with young children in either a licensed preschool setting or licensed day care environment. Experience as a lead teacher in a classroom setting is preferred.
General Job Description:
Are you looking for a joyful, connected community in which to work? If so, consider joining our part time preschool serving children ages fifteen months to five years old. We believe that the best approach to teaching young children is through engaging and meaningful play experiences and want those who have similar beliefs. We are looking for those who are passionate about nurturing young children to become curious critical thinkers and proficient problem solvers. Located in southeast Denver, we have openings in the three-day three’s classrooms. Compensation is competitive. ECT and/or Director Certification and some experience are preferred.

Gallery Teacher

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
Clyfford Still Museum
Job posted on:
22 Jun 2015
Job starts on:
17 Aug 2015
Contact Name:
Joan Prusse
Email:
Phone:
7203544880
Fax:
303-534-1766
 
Address:
1250 Bannock St, Denver, Colorado 80204-3631
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Qualifications • Applicants should posses a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in art history, art, education, museum education or related field. An M.A. is desirable but not required. Teaching certificate highly desirable. A background check is required. Skills & Experience • Must enjoy working with children and possess teaching experience (non-formal, or classroom) • Applicants should be highly organized, reliable, creative, flexible and enthusiastic about experiential learning and art museum teaching • Strong teaching abilities required • Must be able to conduct lessons independently as well as part of a team of teachers • Spanish language skills a plus
General Job Description:
Application Deadline: July 27, 2015 Compensation: $18.50 per hour Benefits: Not eligible Status: Part-time, Hourly, Non-Exempt Reports to: Director of Education and Programs The Clyfford Still Museum’s Education & Programs department is seeking gallery teachers to lead and conduct school programs for the Museum’s school gallery experience program called inStill. Gallery teachers will facilitate activity, inquiry, discovery and discussion-based museum experiences for school groups who wish to visit the Museum and lead off-site outreach workshops as needed. InStill Gallery experiences are thematically integrated and standards-aligned. Training and duties • Participate in the Museum’s 8-10 week gallery teacher training course that is expected to occur from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Mondays • Facilitate/conduct inStill gallery experiences with visiting school groups • Liaise with Museum’s scheduler about school groups and dates • Facilitate communication with other gallery teachers, Museum staff, and school teachers to provide optimum experience for group • Model appropriate gallery behavior • Facilitate evaluation follow-up with school teachers and Museum staff • Work with Museum staff to implement best practices • Deliver offsite outreach programs as needed Work hours and duration • Daytime availability required • Occasional evenings and weekends required • Flexible schedule needed to accommodate various groups’ schedules and different types of offerings • inStill session time will include time to prepare, conduct, and wrap-up the visits • Most school visits occur during the school year, however occasional summer availability may be required To apply: Please send cover letter and resume to Clyfford Still Museum, attention: Human Resources, 1250 Bannock Street, Denver, CO 80204. Emailed resumes will not be accepted. No phone calls please. Non-Discrimination Statement - • The Museum prohibits making any employment decisions or basing any terms and conditions of employment on the basis of a person’s race, creed, color, religion, sex, age, national origin or ancestry, sexual orientation, transgendered status, marital status, disability, political affiliation, military or veteran status or any other basis protected by federal, state or local law, ordinance or regulation. • The Museum follows this policy in all terms and conditions of employment including, without limitation, recruitment, hiring, testing, training, certification, promotions, demotions, terminations, performance evaluations, leaves, and use of Museum facilities. • The Museum expressly prohibits any employment-based retaliation against anyone who brings a complaint of discrimination or who assists the Museum in the investigation of a complaint of discrimination.

Operations Coordinator

Job Type:
Other Manager (CFO, Marketing, etc)
Agency:
Education Based Nonprofit
Job posted on:
15 Jun 2015
Job starts on:
03 Aug 2015
Contact Name:
HR Committee
Email:
Phone:
303-453-4504
Fax:
not available
 
Address:
383 Corona Street, Denver, Colorado 80209
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Desired Skills and Experience: -Ability to work under minimal supervision with great organizational and prioritization skills -Ability to work well under pressure with solution oriented approach to problems - Undergraduate degree required -Strong verbal and writing skills -Highly Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite (word, excel, outlook) - Comfortable using social media applications -Strong customer service experience/problem resolution (proven experience) -Ability to work with all personality types. -Works quickly and efficiently -Self motivated person who likes to keep busy and do a variety of projects -1 to 3 years of experience - Experience performing a majority of the below duties
General Job Description:
A national education based nonprofit is looking to hire an Operations Coordinator. We are looking for an individual that is interested in working in a fun, fast paced environment and has the ability to troubleshoot. We are looking for someone who is motivated, independent and interested in working for a nonprofit in the education sector. The individual hired in this position will independently manage projects and also assist the Executive Director and the Conference Manager. Some travel required. Opportunities for growth exist in this organization. REQUIREMENTS: -Ability to work under minimal supervision with great organizational and prioritization skills -Ability to work well under pressure with solution oriented approach to problems - Undergraduate degree required -Strong verbal and writing skills -Highly Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite (word, excel, outlook) - Comfortable using social media applications -Strong customer service experience/problem resolution (proven experience) -Ability to work with all personality types. -Works quickly and efficiently -Self motivated person who likes to keep busy and do a variety of projects -1 to 3 years of experience - Experience performing a majority of the below duties DUTIES Customer Service and Membership Support (20%) • Respond to general inquiries from customers and members of the organization • Disseminate membership lists to states across the country • Answer phones in a professional manner, listen to voicemails and respond to inquiries for the Executive Director Conference and Event Support (25%) • Assist with online registration for conference attendees • Provide technical support for online webinars and disseminate webinar information to attendees • Create and disseminate certificates of attendance for monthly webinars Website Data Entry (15%) • Assist with data migration and uploading of photos and PDFs to the website • Uploading edited content to our organization’s website Bookstore Management (25%) • Respond to customer inquiries related to the organization’s online bookstore • Package, ship and mail books in a timely manner • Utilize stamps.com and other postage systems to ship materials • Track inventory and provide monthly reports to Executive Director and Bookkeeper • Assist with providing data entry and updates to our online bookstore. • Receive and coordinate quotes for our print publications • Follow up with customers receiving large shipments to confirm product arrival General Support for Executive Director and Conference & Operations Manager (15%) • Filing, Faxing and photocopying • Answering phone and taking messages • Handle incoming and outgoing mail from our general account • Keep track of office supplies and reorder supplies when necessary • Coordinate travel for Executive Director and Conference & Operations Manager • Maintain office files and filing receipts • Filing receipts • Manage all mail merges and marketing mailings • Distribute membership lists and • General assistance as necessary Salary: $30,000 with benefits To apply for this position, please submit the following documents to resumeshiringcommittee@gmail.com 1. Resume: please include specific roles and experiences that are relevant to the duties described. 2. Three references (please indicate if we can call them during your interview process) 3. Cover Letter 4. Short Essay: Please describe in 5-6 sentences how you would handle the following scenario: a. A customer calls the office and you answer the phone. You learn that she order a book three weeks ago and still has not yet received it. Please describe how you would handle the situation and provide customer service. Do to the high volume of responses, please do not call the phone number listed as it is just an answering service. We have a small staff and can only respond to qualified candidates.

Executive Director

Job Type:
Director
Agency:
Colorado Photographic Arts Center
Job posted on:
11 Jun 2015
Job starts on:
01 Sep 2015
Contact Name:
Taylor Balkissoon
Email:
Phone:
303-837-1341
Fax:
 
Address:
1513 Boulder St, Denver, Colorado 80211
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Qualifications Passion and dedication for CPAC’s mission and programming, and, in general, the commitment to expanding audiences and exploring innovative approaches to education/presentation of contemporary photographic arts. • Bachelor’s degree in related fields (Arts Management, Marketing, Business Administration, Arts Education); advanced degree highly preferred. • Minimum of two (2) years combined work experience in a senior or leadership position, preferably in the arts and/or nonprofit organizations. • Proven fundraising ability. Experience in a not-for-profit environment preferred. • Knowledge of photography, contemporary movements in photography, and Mountain West regional photographic practice preferred. Personal Characteristics Creative thinking and problem solving; entrepreneurial spirit; strong determination; quick responsiveness to shifts in opportunities and issues; confident attitude towards fundraising and donor cultivation. • Excellence in spoken and written communication. • Sense of diplomacy and ability to work successfully with highly diverse constituency. • Excellence in public speaking • A decisive yet highly collaborative style of leadership.
General Job Description:
Summary The Executive Director ensures continued support for the organization’s vision by growing CPAC’s earned and contributed income base; developing programs, events, and membership; and working with the board of directors to develop plans for a permanent facility in Denver dedicated to the promotion of contemporary photography. The Executive Director oversees and directs the organization in its day-to-day activities, and manages staff and volunteers to further the organization's mission and goals. S/he reports to the Board of Directors. The Executive Director serves as the principle spokesperson for CPAC, articulates the organization’s vision and develops and maintains partnerships and collaborations with individuals and organizations. The Executive Director must be dedicated to fostering the growth and spirit of CPAC and ensuring the consistent high quality of all CPAC efforts including, but not limited to, the duties and responsibilites outlined below. Duties and Responsibilities Administration and Communication: Manages and oversees daily operations, including facility and program management, and staffing; and ensures the growth and success of CPAC in collaboration with the board of directors, staff, volunteers, committee chairs, CPAC stakeholders and community partners. Leads team of staff/volunteers to cultivate and track member base, and perform outreach across media platforms and publicity outlets. Education Program: Oversees the education program; with the Education Coordinator, develops program calendar, recruits instructors, and ensures an active schedule that meets targeted revenue projections. Financial Operations: Oversees daily financial activities; with volunteer accountant, the Board and Board Treasurer, develops budgets and tracks financial activities, implements and manages approved budget and provides monthly reports to the Board. The Executive Director must be able to lead efforts to develop sustainable revenue streams to increase the operating budget, including institutional support, corporate sponsorship, individual giving, and diversified earned income. Exhibitions and Events Programming: With the Exhibitions Committee Chair, oversees the exhibition program, develops schedule of exhibitions and related events. The Executive Director is expected to be a creative and contemporary thinker, able to initiate relevant and and leading edge programming such as exhibitions, lectures and workshops. With the Exhibitions Committee and volunteers, the Executive Director ensures high standards of installation and presentation, develops publicity materials, and oversees design and marketing.

Program Consultant-The Incredible Years

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
Invest in Kids
Job posted on:
10 Jun 2015
Job starts on:
01 Aug 2015
Contact Name:
Kate Stoutamire
Email:
Phone:
303-839-1808
Fax:
 
Address:
1775 Sherman St., Suite 2075, Denver, Colorado 80203
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
• Bilingual speak of Spanish and English • Minimum bachelor’s degree or higher in social work, counseling, psychology, psychiatry, nursing, education and/or early childhood education or a related field • Experience providing consultation, coaching and/or training to adults • At least three years of teaching experience with children in the range of 2-8 years of age • At least 5 years of experience and training in working with adults and families, behavior management, and collaborative styles of facilitation; preferred experience leading parenting workshops/groups • Experience working with school and/or child care administration • Strong commitment to Invest in Kids’ mission
General Job Description:
Every day, we prove that the smartest investments are made in children. At Invest in Kids, we bring research-based, proven programs into communities across Colorado. Our efforts focus on the specific needs of children in low-income families, with the hope of seeing every child in Colorado thrive. We partner with community leaders, care providers, and donors to work toward this goal. Only those programs able to demonstrate the highest level of standards, a research-proven track record of success, and a promise of significant impact become Invest in Kids’ programs. The Incredible Years Programs improve school performance through promotion of social, emotional, and academic competencies, reduce child behavior problems at home and school, and promote positive discipline. The series has three distinct programs that work together to achieve outstanding outcomes: • Skill Building for Children: Circle time with the entire classroom and small group activities provide children with special attention and tools to help build skills in anger management, problem-solving, emotional competence, empathy and developing friendships. • Skill Building for Parents: Facilitated, multi-faceted weekly group sessions offer parents strategies, activities and support to strengthen positive and reduce negative parenting skills. In addition to strategies designed to promote positive child behavior, sessions focus on the parent-child relationship, strategies to increase family support networks, and foster collaboration between home and school. • Skill Building for Teachers: Video-based training, modeling and guided practice provide teachers with proven classroom management strategies, including the effective use of teacher attention, praise and encouragement that promote academic success in the classroom. IIK seeks a Program Consultant to focus on all three components of the IY Program (the child, parent and teacher). This position is full-time August – May and part-time June – July. The Program Consultant contributes to our mission by providing classroom teachers and parent group leaders the support they need to implement the IY Program with fidelity to the model, thus producing positive outcomes for children and parents who participate in the program. DUTIES: Measures that will be used to determine the extent to which this purpose is being fulfilled include: • Teachers, parents, and applicable site staff/administrators clearly understand the model and are highly committed to implementing it with fidelity • Teachers and parent group leaders are well-prepared to deliver the model KEY RESPONSIBILITIES/FUNCTIONS: a. Provide coaching to teachers and parent group leaders in assigned IY sites on a scheduled basis (through face to face visits and other correspondence) • Assist teachers and parent group leaders in preparing lesson/session plans and necessary IY materials • Observe classrooms and parent group leader sessions when the IY program is being implemented • Provide input and timely feedback (verbal and written) to teachers and parent group leaders on their implementation of the IY program • Utilize resources and specialized knowledge to assist classroom teachers and parent group leaders in developing positive strategies to support ongoing high quality program implementation to support children and parents • Participate in development of implementation plans with the Community Development Director to support site implementation. b. Co-facilitate as appropriate in a classroom and parent group to gain knowledge of IY in practice c. Develop, prioritize and monitor progress on objectives for improvement in classrooms and parent groups • Develop strategies and utilize tools to assure effective review and use of evaluation findings to improve teaching and facilitation practices and support positive changes in children’s behaviors and parenting skills. • Provide encouragement to classroom teachers and parent group leaders with a strengths-based approach to learning new strategies d. Work with IY sites to: • Meet objectives and ensure regular communication between IIK and IY sites • Act as liaison with local implementing sites to provide feedback on local program implementation and to receive input on program implementation e. Commit to professional development and to provide meaningful contributions to IIK’s broader work. • Participate in monthly staff meetings, bi-weekly IY team meetings and other agency-wide strategic planning activities, as needed • Participate in IY Peer Coach Trainings • Pursue all requirements to become a certified IY Group Leader/Parent Group Leader as outlined by the IY program developer, Dr. Carolyn Webster-Stratton • Participate in review of work performance and professional development goals throughout the year f. Perform other duties, as assigned

Dir of Community Outreach & Strategic Partnerships

Job Type:
Program Director
Agency:
Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado
Job posted on:
10 Jun 2015
Job starts on:
01 Oct 2015
Contact Name:
Carolyn McCormick
Email:
Phone:
111-111-1111
Fax:
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Address:
600 S. Marion, Denver, Colorado 80209
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado (VOC) is a statewide nonprofit volunteer organization whose mission is to motivate and enable citizens to become active stewards of Colorado’s natural resources. VOC provides hands-on opportunities for Coloradoans to enhance, protect, and sustain our state’s natural heritage. We accomplish this through partnerships with many state and federal agencies, and urban and county parks. We work collaboratively with our land management partners to meet their needs while also providing members of our communities with the opportunity to help care for our lands. POSITION OVERVIEW The Director of Community Outreach and Strategic Partnerships is a new senior management position at VOC, working closely with the Executive Director and the Director of Statewide Stewardship to assure strategic positioning for the organization. The Director of Community Relations and Strategic Partnerships is responsible for multiple statewide and community based efforts designed to build new alliances and enrich existing relationships with corporations, community organizations, non-profits, school districts, neighborhood associations, and various cultural groups. He/she will develop strategies for raising revenue through VOC’s outdoor stewardship volunteer programs and direct outreach and communication efforts to reach new target volunteer markets. The Director of Community Outreach and Strategic Partnerships also provides leadership for department staff who report to this position, ensuring that appropriate guidance, training and evaluation are in place. The position requires a visionary, passionate and progressive leader interested in advancing a professional career in non-profit management and environmental work. A successful applicant must have several years of experience in program development and non-profit management, with the intellect necessary to motivate and to lead a team of professionals and volunteer leaders in developing dynamic and sustainable partnerships that expand environmental stewardship in new and innovative ways. The Director of Community Outreach and Strategic Partnerships also provides leadership in the development and implementation of VOC’s strategic growth, helping to ensure that new initiatives can develop with the appropriate resources and infrastructure to support on-going success. QUALIFICATIONS We seek candidates with experience in programmatic development with a reliance on community-based partnerships and who are interested in growing professionally in leadership responsibilities within the non-profit sector. Candidates must demonstrate successful experience in grant writing; in the development of community-based and corporate partnerships; and, have proven experience in supervision and in developing and mentoring staff members. Additionally, he/she must have: • A willingness and commitment to support VOC’s mission of outdoor stewardship and public engagement. • A minimum of 5 (and preferably 7) years of non-profit program management experience in related conservation or other environmental non-profit and/or business operations. • Demonstrated experience in community development/partnership cultivation, with experience in establishing organizational relationships that encourage diversity and inclusivity. • Supervisory experience of program staff; able to provide oversight and daily management of volunteer staff and their related activities. • An understanding of marketing and communications, with experience in positioning programs and setting strategies to reach targeted markets. • An ability to work well under pressure and effectively handle sensitive situations and relationships. • An ability to work flexible hours, including evenings and weekends, and travel as required. • BS/BA in non-profit management, business or related fields. Master’s degree in non-profit management or related field preferred. • Demonstrated excellence in: o written and verbal communication; o program management and administration; o budget development and oversight capabilities; o creating appropriate measurements and metrics to ensure productivity; and, o computer usage, including mastery of all Microsoft Word programs and experience in database use. Qualified applicants are visionary, strategic leaders who demonstrate the highest levels of integrity and authenticity. We seek a leader who is engaged, genuine in his/her respect for others, and has a collaborative management style. We want a professional who focuses on results and opportunities and takes a proactive role in the organization and in executing the position’s responsibilities. A competitive compensation and benefits package is available. HOW TO APPLY To apply for this position, please send your resume, cover letter and salary requirements to Carolyn McCormick of Peak HR Consulting, LLC at Carolyn.McCormick@peakhrconsulting.com. All applications are to be submitted via email. To learn more about us, please visit www.voc.org. Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado is an Equal Opportunity Employer and values diversity in people and ideas.
General Job Description:
The Director of Community Outreach and Strategic Partnerships is a new senior management position at VOC, working closely with the Executive Director and the Director of Statewide Stewardship to assure strategic positioning for the organization.

Director of Strengthening Families Programs

Job Type:
Program Director
Agency:
Family Resource Center Association
Job posted on:
04 Jun 2015
Job starts on:
01 Aug 2015
Contact Name:
Mark Kling
Email:
Phone:
303-388-1001
Fax:
 
Address:
1888 Sherman St, Suite 100, Denver, Colorado 80203
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
ABOUT FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER ASSOCIATION The Family Resource Center Association (FRCA) provides public advocacy, capacity building, and resource development to strengthen our statewide network of Family Resource Centers. For over 15 years, we have worked with our member centers to improve how support is provided to local families and to supply Colorado Families with the knowledge and tools needed to become self-reliant. By working together as a network, we are able to increase the effectiveness of family resource centers by identifying, creating and facilitating a common agenda, learning opportunities, a shared data collection and reporting system and resources, including funding. FRCA helps our member family resource centers expand their reach and capacity to serve families, supports the implementation of effective family development and healthy living programs, and works to help centers continuously improve their programs as well as their organizational sustainability. Our mission is to ensure that our member centers are strong and optimally equipped to serve Colorado families. FRCA provides public advocacy, capacity building, and resource development to strengthen our statewide network of family resource centers as they bring help and hope to Colorado families. AT-A-GLANCE: • Founded in 1998 • Staff of 9.5 FTE • Membership of 24 Family Resource Centers • Colorado FRCs serve over 56,000 families per year • FRCA approach incorporates Funding, Collaboration, Research and Evaluation, Collective Voice, and Training and Standards to support local Family Resource Centers • Located in Denver, CO • www.cofamilycenters.org
General Job Description:
ABOUT THE POSITION: DIRECTOR OF STRENGTHENING FAMILIES PROGRAMS BASIC PURPOSE: The Director of Strengthening Families Programs will assume primary responsibility for leading and overseeing the successful implementation and evaluation for the Strengthening Families Program area of FRCA and its 24 community-based member centers throughout Colorado, to include Family Resource Center Model, Standards of Quality for Family strengthening and Support, Family Development (information/referral, case management), parent education programs, emergency assistance programs, etc. to contribute to family self-reliance outcomes. WORKING RELATIONSHIPS: Internal Relationships: FRCA Staff and Board Members External Relationships: Family Resource Center Directors and Staff; National/state/regional/local agencies; FRCA stakeholders and funders ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: • Lead and oversee quality implementation of the FRC Model, Quality Standards, Family Development and other research or evidence-based curricula/programs that support family self-sufficiency especially as relates to meeting programmatic requirements of the Family Resource Center Statute and/or flow-through funding streams to centers • Lead project oversight and management of the Strengthening Families Program areas to support successful implementation and evaluation of evidence-based family development and other programs to increase family self-reliance outcomes • Lead and supervise project-based teams as appropriate to meet project outcomes, including delegation of appropriate duties and assurance that those duties are met fully (including programmatic, evaluation, fiscal oversight, etc.) • Coordinate with other Program Directors and FRC directors to integrate the Family Development Approach, including a Two-Generation perspective, into all program areas of the FRC’s as appropriate • Monitor and facilitate member centers’ compliance with Memoranda of Agreement and other programming requirements in this program area, including review of center-level reports • Oversee development of association-level programmatic reports to funders in this program area • Identify and coordinate training and technical assistance (TA) to support member centers’ implementation of program efforts using various media (small and large-group trainings, web-based training, phone TA, etc.) • Create peer mentoring and peer review strategies in this program area, when appropriate • Develop and monitor regular outcome and evaluation measures for project goals • Assure center- and association-level compliance with evaluation and reporting requirements in this program area • Lead FRCA Program and/or Evaluation Committees (or work groups) • Key member of the FRCA Evaluation Team which creates, reviews and refines data gathering and reporting systems in this program area • Liaison with external evaluation contractor to assure that the evaluation design and Efforts to Outcomes web-based data tracking system is sufficient to gather, track and report all outcomes associated with this program area • Coordinate with Development Team to identify, seek, and apply and/or re-apply for appropriate funding sources to support the strengthening families program area • Key representative for FRCA and member centers in regional, statewide and national meetings that promote visibility and credibility of FRCA and member centers in this program area • Create and monitor the overall budget for this program area; Monitor center-level program budgets in this program area • Actively participate in FRCA meetings in a positive, problem solving manner • Maintain professionalism in line with FRCA policies and standards • Maintain high level of confidentiality as it relates to the agency and all records/documents • Ability to work flexible hours and locations, including over-night travel to any part of the state when needed • Other program coordination, program support, management or administrative duties as assigned Nothing in this job description restricts management's right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this job at any time. To perform this assignment successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE: • Bachelor Degree in Human Service field; Master degree preferred • Knowledge base and experience in Strengthening Families Program area, or other evidence-based program implementation and/or management with diverse clientele • Three years, or more, experience in related field, including program and grants management • Three years, or more, experience evaluating and reporting program outcomes • Three years, or more, experience instructing and/or coaching diverse groups COMPETENCIES: • Conscientious, organized and very detail-oriented • Strong supervision, management and delegation skills • Excellent training, coaching and interpersonal skills • Excellent meeting facilitation, including planning and facilitating problem solving and/or conflict resolution/mediation skills • Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office 2007, including Word, Excel, Outlook and Power Point • Strong presentation skills using various media (small and large-group trainings, web-based training, phone, etc.) • Ability to work independently, manage multiple tasks and projects and to assess and change priorities based upon agency needs • Excellent communication (verbal and written), listening and analytical skills • Excellent writing skills, including grant proposal and reports (developing goals and outcomes, etc.) • Strong skills working with ad-hoc and formal teams to accomplish positive results TRANSPORTATION: Using your personal vehicle is necessary for FRCA business. You will be responsible for keeping a mileage record and submitting it for reimbursement. Proof of current liability insurance on your personal vehicle must be provided at time of and throughout employment. Submit Resume and Letter of Interest to: info@cofamilycenters.org by June 26, 2015

Annual Fund/Grants Coordinator

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
St. Mary's Academy
Job posted on:
03 Jun 2015
Job starts on:
03 Aug 2015
Contact Name:
Charlie Arbogast
Email:
Phone:
303-762-8300
Fax:
 
Address:
4545 S. University Blvd., Englewood, Colorado 80113
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Education and qualifications should include the following: • An earned baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university; • Minimum of two years of proven fundraising experience; • Grant writing experience with proven results; • Communications skills that include clear written materials and excellent verbal abilities with both individuals and groups; • Successful background related to detailed planning, budget management, handling multiple tasks and priorities, goals achievement and collaborative team environment.
General Job Description:
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 seeking an Annual Fund/Grants Coordinator, which is a full-time, 12-month, exempt position reporting to the Director of Advancement. This individual will support the organization by coordinating Annual Fund and grant writing efforts. Major Duties and Responsibilities: Annual Fund: Oversee the planning and execution of the St. Mary’s Academy Annual Fund, which includes Current Parents, Grandparents, Alumnae, Alumni, Past Parents, Friends, Foundations and Corporations. Duties include but are not restricted to: • Assist in the identification and recruitment of volunteer leadership; • Create a timeline for execution and achievement of the Annual Fund; • Responsibly manage the Annual Fund budget; • Execute timely and effective donor acknowledgement and donor cultivation; • Organize and manage Current Parent and Alumnae Phone-a-thons/Commun-a-thons; • Review and revise previous goals, strategies and procedures to establish current goals and create current strategies and procedures; • Provide leadership to volunteers, staff, students and vendors resulting in a theme with coordinated collateral including videos and electronic appeals, etc.; • Organize cultivation and stewardship functions as appropriate, including the President’s Partnership and Golf Tournament Receptions as well as Grandparents Open House; • Provide leadership to faculty, staff and administrators campaign resulting in 100% employee participation in the SMA Annual Fund; • Other tasks as assigned; • Adhere to and support the mission of St. Mary’s Academy. Grants: • Coordinate grant writing efforts in support of the Annual Fund, Capital Campaign, Tuition Assistance, Professional Development and other applicable programs; • Research and identify foundation prospects; • Create a timeline for meeting foundation deadlines related to solicitations and reporting; • Cultivate foundations where appropriate including necessary reporting and follow-up with foundation donors; • Increase grant related revenue on an annual basis.

Executive Director

Job Type:
Director
Agency:
Domus Pacis Family Respite, Inc.
Job posted on:
01 Jun 2015
Job starts on:
01 Aug 2015
Contact Name:
Duck White-Petteruti
Email:
Phone:
970-547-4745
Fax:
 
Address:
P.O. Box 3366, Breckenridge, Colorado 80424
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
• A bachelor’s degree • Transparent and high integrity leadership • Three or more years senior nonprofit management experience • Solid, hands-on, budget management skills, including budget preparation, analysis, decision-making and reporting • Strong organizational abilities including planning, delegating, program development and task facilitation • Ability to convey a vision of Domus Pacis’ strategic future to staff, board, volunteers and donors • Knowledge of fundraising strategies and donor relations unique to nonprofit sector • Skills to collaborate with and motivate board members and other volunteers • Strong written and oral communication skills • Ability to interface and engage diverse volunteer and donor groups • Demonstrated ability to oversee and collaborate with staff • Strong public speaking ability
General Job Description:
1. Planning and operation of annual budget with the Board Treasurer. 2. Establishing employment and administrative policies and procedures for all functions and for the day-to-day operation of the nonprofit. 3. Serving as Domus Pacis Family Respite’s primary spokesperson to the organization’s constituents, the media and the general public. 4. Establish and maintain relationships with various organizations throughout the state and utilize those relationships to strategically enhance Domus Pacis’ Mission. 5. Report to and work closely with the Board of Directors to seek their involvement in policy decisions, fundraising and to increase the overall visibility of the Foundation throughout the State. 6. Supervise, collaborate with organization staff. 7. Strategic planning and implementation. 8. Oversee marketing and other communications efforts. 9. Review contracts for services with the Board Treasurer. 10. Other duties as assigned by the Board of Directors.