Regis University's Masters in Nonprofit Management (MNM) Program encourages non-profit organizations to list position openings, career opportunities, and internships on this web site. However, the University may, at its sole discretion, remove or refuse to post listings or other announcements it deems are inconsistent with the University mission or for any other reason it deems appropriate.

     

Available Opportunities

Driver/Dock Coordinator

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
The Action Center
Job posted on:
25 Apr 2015
Job starts on:
18 May 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:
Email resume and cover letter to: jobs@theactioncenterco.org Currently interviewing - please apply as soon as possible but no later than May 10, 2015.
General Job Description:
Make deliveries and pickups as assigned, load and unload vehicles, and provide outstanding customer service as a representative of the Action Center. Support warehouse processes and assist on receiving dock as needed. Demonstrate respect and safety awareness when operating vehicles and equipment on the road, receiving dock, warehouse and other areas at all times. Assist with special drives and events as required. •Two years driving experience required, three years preferred •Copy of current motor vehicle record required •Steel toed shoes required •High School degree or equivalent required •Ability to regularly lift up to 50 to 75 pounds to a height of four feet •Experience using hand carts •Ability to load and unload vehicles using safe lifting and carrying practices •Excellent customer service and communication skills and relate well to staff, volunteers, vendors and donors •Good organizational skills, ability to exercise initiative, manage time and work constructively within a diverse team environment •Reliability, integrity, attention to detail and ability to follow tasks through to completion •Ability to work independently as needed •Ability to remain flexible in fast changing work environment •Experience working with volunteers and/or with in kind donations in a non-profit environment a plus •Make deliveries and pickups as scheduled or as needed •Load/unload deliveries safely, and in designated locations •Support warehouse processes including movement and proper storage of goods •Responsible for daily oversight and fueling of primary vehicle •Receive donations from vendors and donors, provide outstanding customer service, unload cars, provide receipts and collect donor information •May occasionally open/close the receiving dock area on Saturdays and accept deliveries/donations, and complete all assigned Saturday work duties •Assist with organization of donations in receiving dock area •Stock shelves in food pantry, on receiving dock and warehouse by crating, stacking and dollying the crates to designated locations •Assist with unloading and loading large trucks, semis, and vans •Demonstrate respect and safety awareness when operating vehicles and equipment on the road, receiving dock, warehouse and other areas at all times •Maintain excellent relations with staff, volunteers, vendors and donors •Assist with activities and special events as assigned

Communications Associate

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
The Colorado Health Foundation
Job posted on:
24 Apr 2015
Job starts on:
01 Jun 2015
Contact Name:
Melanie Morghem
Email:
Phone:
3039533600
Fax:
 
Address:
501 S Cherry St Ste 1100, Denver, Colorado 80246
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
The Colorado Health Foundation is looking for two individuals with comprehensive communications generalist backgrounds to join us in our work to make Colorado the healthiest state in the nation. The Communications Associates will support communications staff responsible for strategy on cross-functional teams and provide tactical support for flagship/signature projects. These positions require experienced communications professionals who thrive in a challenging environment, are disciplined and take personal responsibility for results. Candidates for both positions must have a minimum of three (3) years’ experience in a professional marketing and communications role, demonstrated success in implementing comprehensive internal and external communications tactics across all types of communications channels as well as a Bachelor’s degree in English, communications or a related area.
General Job Description:
Communications Associate 1 – This position has a special emphasis on event management, graphic design, and creative production needs. This position also requires a minimum of one year experience in project management, including demonstrated success planning and managing events of various types. Communications associate 2 – This position has a special emphasis on developing content, editing/proofreading and maintaining quality control measures for all types of communications channels. Successful candidates will possess: • Strong written communication, editing and verbal skills • Solid knowledge of development and use of multimedia assets. • Minimum 1 years professional experience writing, editing and producing digital and/or print assets for targeted audiences. • Minimum 1 years’ professional use of social media as a communications tool. • Minimum 1 years’ experience in media relations. • Familiarity with print and digital production, including use of Adobe Creative Suite. • Familiarity with content management systems. • Fluency in AP Style required At TCHF we believe collaboration is the best medicine for Colorado's lagging health status. Everything we do is done with others. Only by bringing together individuals, organizations and resources can we hope to overcome the barriers to better health. This is an extraordinary opportunity for an individual to have a meaningful contribution through her or his professional contributions. Interested candidates may submit their resumes and cover letters on the Colorado Health Foundation’s website (www.coloradohealth.org). In your cover letter, please specify which position you are applying for. This position closes on May 10, 2015. The Colorado Health Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer and invite qualified candidates from all backgrounds apply.

Adminstrative Assistant

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
The Colorado Health Foundatin
Job posted on:
24 Apr 2015
Job starts on:
01 Jun 2015
Contact Name:
Melanie Morghem
Email:
Phone:
3039533600
Fax:
 
Address:
501 S Cherry St Ste 1100, Denver, Colorado 80246
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
The Colorado Health Foundation seeks an exceptional individual with a strong background in administration in the health care industry. Previous graduate medical education experience is a plus. The Administrative Assistant provides essential administrative support to the residency program at Rose Family Medicine.
General Job Description:
Candidates must possess a minimum of two years of office support experience in a fast-paced, complex setting. Successful candidates will have a demonstrated advanced proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite, will thrive with collaborative work, be exceptionally detail oriented and will be motivated to work independently with general direction. The candidate will work closely in cooperation with the Residency Coordinator on numerous highly visible projects, to include managing program correspondence, resident recruiting, routine schedule maintenance, accreditation requirements, resident training records and the annual graduation celebration. If you are an experienced administrative professional who thrives in a challenging and changing environment and you have a personal passion for the work of TCHF, you will want to visit www.coloradohealth.org for more information and application. This position closes on Sunday, May 10, 2015. The Colorado Health Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer and invite qualified candidates from all backgrounds apply.

Visitor Services Associate

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
Foothills Art Center
Job posted on:
24 Apr 2015
Job starts on:
01 May 2015
Contact Name:
Mary Ellen Williams
Email:
Phone:
303-279-3922
Fax:
 
Address:
809 15th Street, Golden, Colorado 80401
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
• Associates or bachelor’s degree or 1-year related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Museum/art gallery experience is a plus • 1-3 year experience in providing exceptional service in a customer service role with experience in public interface and problem solving, ideally a museum or other visitor attraction setting • 1-3 year experience cash handling – operating a register, making change, using credit card swipe system • 1-3 year experience with point of sale software system and basic Microsoft Office; Versed in Quick Books POS, GiftWorks system a plus and basic landline telephone operations • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills both verbal and writing • Detail oriented and follows step by step procedures accurately • Manages multiple tasks simultaneously with a minimal degree of supervision; maintains confidentiality • Works independently, is self-assured, energetic and takes positive initiative • Flexible and willing to work weekends, some evenings, and if necessary, holidays • Creates an atmosphere of teamwork and positive energy among general public, visitors, co-workers, volunteers Working Environment: Foothills Art Center staff is committed to providing exemplary visitor experience and programs to its supporters, and community. FAC has a small, fast paced entrepreneurial staff with high performance capacity, ability to perform throughout a broad range of duties from administrative and operational tasks to high level donor cultivation and leadership activity. Physical/Mental Requirements: This position requires walking, standing and sitting. Physical demands associated with the essential functions include lite lifting, reaching, handing, talking and listening. Requires applying logical principles to collect data, define problems and draw conclusions, communicate effectively and maintain professional working relationships. Demonstrates commitment and pride in FAC mission and individual work.
General Job Description:
• Provides exemplary customer service during all interactions with visitors, volunteers and co-workers • Open and close FAC1 building, welcome desk computer according to defined procedures • Greet the public in person or over phone • Promotes the sale of admissions, memberships, educational programs, and volunteer opportunities • Process accurately and consistently admissions, member visits, education class/workshop sign up, and gift shop sales when necessary • Process accurately and consistently new memberships and member renewals through QuickBooks Point of Sale and Gift Works database • Perform cashier duties including handling cash, check and charge transactions using QuickBooks Point of Sale system • Reduces risk by understanding and following PCI procedures to reduce potential credit card fraud, cash handling procedures, building and gift shop security • Accurately tracks visitor information and demographics • Provides current information about gallery exhibitions, programs, classes, camps and workshops • Answers incoming phone calls timely and appropriately, or routes them to appropriate staff • Updates phone system as needed to assure accurate and up-to-date information • Acts as an concierge to the Golden area and answers general directional questions • Maintain an organized reception, front desk and lobby areas • Replenishes visitor materials including membership information, educational information, brochures, maps, etc. and well-stocked front desk area • Ensures the safety and cleanliness of reception area - includes dusting, stocking bathrooms, emptying trash/recycling, filling humidifiers, litter or debris pickup, and lite snow or ice removal • Receives FAC packages or artists’ work • Covers for Gift Sales Associate when needed • Provides administrative assistance to other departments as needed • Coordinates and orders all FAC office supplies • Supports and attends all exhibition openings, previews, receptions and events • Acts as an ambassador for FAC’s mission, values and style to build a positive professional reputation to the larger community • Contributes to create a positive work environment

Gift Shop Sales Associate

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
Foothills Art Center
Job posted on:
24 Apr 2015
Job starts on:
01 May 2015
Contact Name:
Mary Ellen Williams
Email:
Phone:
303-279-3922
Fax:
 
Address:
809 15th Street, Golden, Colorado 80401
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
• Associates or bachelor’s degree or 1-year related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Museum/art gallery experience is a plus • 1-3 year experience in providing exceptional service in a customer service role with experience in public interface and problem solving, ideally a museum or other visitor attraction setting • 1-3 year experience cash handling – operating a register, making change, using credit card swipe system • 1-3 year experience with point of sale software system and basic Microsoft Office; Versed in Quick Books POS, GiftWorks system a plus and basic landline telephone operations • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills both verbal and writing • Detail oriented and follows step by step procedures accurately • Manages multiple tasks simultaneously with a minimal degree of supervision; maintains confidentiality • Works independently, is self-assured, energetic and takes positive initiative • Flexible and willing to work weekends, some evenings, and if necessary, holidays • Creates an atmosphere of teamwork and positive energy among general public, visitors, co-workers, volunteers Working Environment: Foothills Art Center staff is committed to providing exemplary visitor experience and programs to its supporters, and community. FAC has a small, fast paced entrepreneurial staff with high performance capacity, ability to perform throughout a broad range of duties from administrative and operational tasks to high level donor cultivation and leadership activity. Physical/Mental Requirements: This position requires walking, standing and sitting. Physical demands associated with the essential functions include lite lifting, reaching, handing, talking and listening. Requires applying logical principles to collect data, define problems and draw conclusions, communicate effectively and maintain professional working relationships. Demonstrates commitment and pride in FAC mission and individual work.
General Job Description:
• Provides exemplary customer service during all interactions with visitors, volunteers and co-workers • Open and close FAC1 building, welcome desk computer according to defined procedures • Greet the public in person or over phone • Promotes the sale of admissions, memberships, educational programs, and volunteer opportunities • Process accurately and consistently admissions, member visits, education class/workshop sign up, and gift shop sales when necessary • Process accurately and consistently new memberships and member renewals through QuickBooks Point of Sale and Gift Works database • Perform cashier duties including handling cash, check and charge transactions using QuickBooks Point of Sale system • Reduces risk by understanding and following PCI procedures to reduce potential credit card fraud, cash handling procedures, building and gift shop security • Accurately tracks visitor information and demographics • Provides current information about gallery exhibitions, programs, classes, camps and workshops • Answers incoming phone calls timely and appropriately, or routes them to appropriate staff • Updates phone system as needed to assure accurate and up-to-date information • Acts as an concierge to the Golden area and answers general directional questions • Maintain an organized reception, front desk and lobby areas • Replenishes visitor materials including membership information, educational information, brochures, maps, etc. and well-stocked front desk area • Ensures the safety and cleanliness of reception area - includes dusting, stocking bathrooms, emptying trash/recycling, filling humidifiers, litter or debris pickup, and lite snow or ice removal • Receives FAC packages or artists’ work • Covers for Gift Sales Associate when needed • Provides administrative assistance to other departments as needed • Coordinates and orders all FAC office supplies • Supports and attends all exhibition openings, previews, receptions and events • Acts as an ambassador for FAC’s mission, values and style to build a positive professional reputation to the larger community • Contributes to create a positive work environment

Retail and Merchandising Manager

Job Type:
Other Manager (CFO, Marketing, etc)
Agency:
Foothills Art Center
Job posted on:
24 Apr 2015
Job starts on:
01 May 2015
Contact Name:
Mary Ellen Williams
Email:
Phone:
303-279-3922
Fax:
 
Address:
809 15th Street, Golden, Colorado 80401
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
• Bachelors or Master’s degree in business, retail sales and/or marketing • 3-5 years’ experience in retail and merchandising, experience in a museum or gallery setting preferred • Proficient in Microsoft Office, QuickBooks Intuit Point of Sale, consignment • Experience with spreadsheets, data management and basic Microsoft Office • Exhibits exemplary customer service skills/experience; enjoys working with the public • Ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills both verbal and writing • Proactive, creative and detail oriented • Works independently, is self-assured, energetic and takes positive initiative • Flexible and willing to work weekends, some evenings, and if necessary, holidays • Creates an atmosphere of teamwork and positive energy among general public, visitors, co-workers, volunteers. Working Environment: Foothills Art Center staff is committed to providing exemplary visitor experience and programs to its supporters, and community. FAC has a small, fast paced entrepreneurial staff with high performance capacity, ability to perform throughout a broad range of duties from administrative and operational tasks to high level donor cultivation and leadership activity. Physical/Mental Requirements: This position requires lifting up to 50+ lbs., walking and standing, climbing ladders and sitting. Physical demands associated with the essential functions include lite lifting, reaching, handing, talking and listening. Requires applying logical principles to collect data, define problems and draw conclusions, communicate effectively and maintain professional working relationships. Demonstrates commitment and pride in FAC mission and individual work.
General Job Description:
• Ensures that the gift shop product and service are aligned with Foothills Art Center mission • Promotes gift sales by educating customer about product, artist and shop philosophy • Provides exemplary customer service during all interactions with visitors, volunteers and co-workers • Oversees the retail shop and exhibition art sales • Hires, trains, and evaluates gift shop sales staff and recruits, trains, and evaluates gift shop volunteers • Manages Gift Shop Associate and Gift Shop Volunteers • Develops and executes a merchandise plan placement including displays, and inventory rotation that supports exhibition schedule • Creates inventory standards • Remerchandises, faces and replenishes inventory daily • Develops store procedures and processes • Ensures PCI compliance at point of sale and through all credit card processing systems • Reduces risk through development and proper controls on cash and credit payment systems and store security procedures • Recruits new gift shop artists and stewards existing artists • Manages artists’ commission process to ensure accurate and timely payments for shop and exhibition art sales • Develops and manages gift shop sales plan and budget; collaborates with Executive Director to create annual sales goals • Responsible for gift shop budget and profitability • Accurately tracks and reports gift gallery metrics on a monthly basis; creates monthly sales reports and effectively communicates numbers to FAC staff • Manages point of sale software and consignment systems; interacts with Mercury Pay System on credit card processing issues • Oversees inventory data management and input for inventory system for gift shop and exhibition art • Partners with marketing to aggressively promote shop and its unique product • Collaborates with exhibitions and marketing teams to jury, display, promote, and close Holiday Art Market • Supports and attends all exhibition openings, previews, receptions and events • Interacts positively with visitors on the gift and exhibition gallery floors • Acts as an concierge to the Golden area and answers general directional questions • Acts as an ambassador for FAC’s mission, values and style to build a positive professional reputation to the larger community • Contributes to create a positive work environment.

Office Manager (part-time)

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
Outdoor Industries Women's Coalition
Job posted on:
23 Apr 2015
Job starts on:
11 May 2015
Contact Name:
Tori Barnett
Email:
Phone:
3036696779
Fax:
 
Address:
PO Box 7203, Boulder, Colorado 80232
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
To perform this job 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. • Minimum 3 years experience using Quickbooks preferably with not-for-profit experience. • Strong skills in problem solving, multi tasking, organization, detail orientation and math. • Positive attitude and the ability to project a positive company image. Loyal, discreet and responsible. • Computer skills including spreadsheets (Excel), data entry, word processing (Word), and 10-key by touch. • Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work with a culturally and ethnically diverse workforce.
General Job Description:
POSITION OBJECTIVE: The Office Manager’s main objectives are to: • oversee financial processes to ensure best practices, including A/R and A/P, credit card processing, and expense reporting • manage the office environment • handle basic human resource administration • assist the Executive Director SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES: Other duties may be assigned. Accounting/Financial • Accounts Payable • Invoicing • Accounts Receivable including deposits and collections • Monthly financial statement preparation including basic consolidation and reporting against budget • Annual support for preparation of tax return Office Management Manage office environment including • Setting up an office • Member database management • Order fulfillment and shipping • Document management and filing • Order supplies • Office organization Human Resources Basic human resource administration • Benefit management • Benefit administrator Provide professional, pleasant customer service to internal staff, members, responding to information requests as necessary Update and maintain departmental processes and procedures. REPORTING RELATIONSHIP: The Office Manager reports to the Executive Director. CANDIDATE COMPETENCIES/ QUALIFICATIONS: To perform this job 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. • Minimum 3 years experience using Quickbooks preferably with not-for-profit experience. • Strong skills in problem solving, multi tasking, organization, detail orientation and math. • Positive attitude and the ability to project a positive company image. Loyal, discreet and responsible. • Computer skills including spreadsheets (Excel), data entry, word processing (Word), and 10-key by touch. • Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work with a culturally and ethnically diverse workforce. Physical Requirements: • Must be able to sit and stand for extended periods of time • Ability to safely lift boxes and other items up to 25 lbs. • Ability to look at a computer screen for extended periods of time • Must be able to travel using various transportation methods • Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus • Able to work in a home or office environment COMPENSATION: This is a .5FTE, non-exempt, and hourly position with the opportunity to expand. Compensation ranges from $15-$21/hour based on experience. HOW TO APPLY: Send cover letter and resume via email with OFFICE MANAGER in the subject line to: Employment@oiwc.org No phone calls, please.

Director, HIT Division

Job Type:
Director
Agency:
Colorado Rural Health Center
Job posted on:
22 Apr 2015
Job starts on:
01 Jun 2015
Contact Name:
Human Resources
Email:
Phone:
303-832-7493
Fax:
 
Address:
3033 S Parker Rd Ste 606, Aurora, Colorado 80014
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Education and Experience • Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science or related field • At least five years of experience in the computer field with two of those years in a healthcare entity • Experience in software development & management • Sales experience
General Job Description:
General Description of Employer The Colorado Rural Health Center (CRHC) is a non-profit organization that serves as the State Office of Rural Health. CRHC’s mission is to enhance healthcare services in Colorado by providing information education, linkages, tools and energy toward addressing rural healthcare issues. Position Summary The Director, HIT Division reports to the Chief Executive Officer and is responsible for the implementation, management, and success of the HIT Division. The HIT Division includes business analytics/intelligence solutions to assist CRHC clients with data analytics and outsourced HIT assistance in either the rural hospital or clinic setting. The Director, HIT Division is responsible for assessing and selling HIT services including business analytics/intelligence, on-site and remote HIT support services. This position is responsible for the HIT program’s success including providing strategic direction to the HIT Division team to implement and develop services to meet the needs of rural Colorado. Success for activities will be measured in revenue, volume, and the development of strong relationships with rural hospitals, clinics, long term care facilities, etc. Read the full job description on the CRHC website at http://coruralhealth.org/employement-opportunities

Sr Program Officer-Health Care & Health Coverage

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
The Colorado Health Foundation
Job posted on:
22 Apr 2015
Job starts on:
01 Jun 2015
Contact Name:
Melanie Morghem
Email:
Phone:
3039533600
Fax:
3033224576
 
Address:
501 S Cherry St Ste 1100, Denver, Colorado 80246
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Candidates must possess a degree in health care administration, business, public health, public policy or related field and possess a minimum of eight (8) years of experience in health care administration, public health, public policy or related field. Successful candidates will possess superb analytic and critical reasoning skills, extensive experience managing complex programs and exceptional written communication skills as well as knowledge of grant making and philanthropy.
General Job Description:
The Colorado Health Foundation seeks an exceptional individual with a strong background in complex program management and implementation to join us in our work to make Colorado the healthiest state in the nation. This individual will work to further develop and implement our funding strategies through collaborative work connecting a variety of stakeholders. The Senior Program Officer for Health Care & Health Coverage will work with the philanthropy and evaluation teams to monitor and evaluate achievement of measurable results in order to gauge the Foundation’s progress in meeting its goals. At TCHF we believe collaboration is the best medicine for Colorado's lagging health status. Everything we do is done with others. Only by bringing together individuals, organizations and resources can we hope to overcome the barriers to better health. This is an extraordinary opportunity for an individual to have a meaningful contribution through her or his professional contributions. Interested candidates may submit their resumes and cover letters on the Colorado Health Foundation’s website (www.coloradohealth.org). This position closes on Sunday, May 10, 2015. The Colorado Health Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer and invite qualified candidates from all backgrounds apply.

Habitat Construction Supervisor

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
Habitat for Humanity of the St. Vrain Valley
Job posted on:
22 Apr 2015
Job starts on:
02 Jun 2015
Contact Name:
Dan Northcraft
Email:
Phone:
303 682 2485
Fax:
 
Address:
PO Box 333, Longmont, Colorado 80502
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
SKILLS • Ability to successfully interact with manager, peers, homeowners, subordinates, trades, inspectors and other personnel on the construction site • Ability to solve problems efficiently to maintain forward progress on complicated projects • Bilingual in English and Spanish preferred • Proficient at Outlook, Excel, Smartphone. Ability to learn Microsoft Project. • Must be comfortable with ladders and heights with appropriate fall protection, i.e. roofs, scaffolding, stairs • Ability to read residential blueprints • Ability to interview and hire new employees • Practical knowledge of IRC EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE: • High school diploma required and Bachelor’s degree preferred • Two years’ construction/project management experience • Four years’ experience in residential construction • Experience with single family attached projects preferred • Habitat for Humanity or other similar experience preferred PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS NECESSARY TO PERFORM THIS JOB: • Ability to adequately traverse a residential construction job site • Ability to lift up to 75 lbs. (at times) with or without reasonable accommodation • Ability to safely use residential construction tools and equipment WORK ENVIRONMENT AND CONDITIONS: • Ability to work in exterior environment during a variety of weather conditions. (i.e. snow, rain, heat, cold, and direct sun). • A current Motor Vehicle Report is required.
General Job Description:
• Project Management o Directly manage each project from inception through completion (issuance of a Certificate of Occupancy and punch list closeout): ? Oversee and manage materials, safety, tools, waste removal, and other project related logistics ? Read blueprints and create takeoffs, order materials and manage deliveries ? Plan and supervise meaningful work for general volunteers and lead volunteers ? Manage paid and pro bono trades work, quality, safety and schedule ? Manage the construction schedule and make adjustments as necessary to stay on schedule o Projects include, but are not limited to: ? Simple repairs of owner occupied homes ? Major repairs of owner occupied homes ? Single family detached new construction ? Single family attached new construction • Safety o Oversee and manage compliance with HFH safety policy by all project personnel. Direct individuals who cannot comply to leave the site. o Respond promptly to findings from frequent, random Safety Inspections. • Codes and Inspections o Ensure that all IRC building codes and other applicable codes are followed throughout the build. Coordinate and oversee all local building inspections and third-party energy audits. o Become an authoritative source on Habitat construction practices • Accounting o Verify material purchases and approve invoices o Manage projects to approved budget o Acquire bids from competent contractors and suppliers • Homeowners o Manage relationships with owner during owner occupied projects. o Ensure partner families actively take part in the building process and meet their obligations while on site. Communicate performance regarding partner families to Family Services. • Staff Development o Develop and manage volunteers from first-time volunteers into lead volunteers o Develop and manage AmeriCorps members acting as Crew Leaders and Site Supervisors. Communicate performance of AmeriCorps members to Senior Site Supervisor. o Actively participate in weekly meetings with Construction and other departments. Communicate pertinent information about projects. • Resource Development o Maintain high level of volunteer engagement and empowerment on job site o Identify potential Habitat supporters while on site and in the community o Give presentations to volunteers on-site on such as morning start-up, safety, Habitat 101 o Support HFH events and initiatives • May include other duties as required

Photographer

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
MyLifeLine.org Cancer Foundation
Job posted on:
22 Apr 2015
Job starts on:
02 May 2015
Contact Name:
Donna Fleming
Email:
Phone:
7202190651
Fax:
 
Address:
1355 S. Colorado Blvd., Suite C-601, Denver, Colorado 80222
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Professional photographer
General Job Description:
Professional photographer to photograph our annual fundraising event at the Hyatt Regency on May 2, 2015 from 1:45 pm - 6 pm. Our Jockeys, Juleps and Jazz Derby event raises funds to support cancer patients in building online support communities by setting up a free website.

AmeriCorps VISTA Member - ReStore Development

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
Flatirons Habitat for Humanity
Job posted on:
22 Apr 2015
Job starts on:
01 Aug 2015
Contact Name:
Jenny Ray
Email:
Phone:
303-447-3787
Fax:
NA
 
Address:
1 Park Street, Broomfield, Colorado 80020
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Education/Experience/Knowledge/Skills required for this position • Valid Driver’s License and ability to meet host site’s insurance requirements • Microsoft Office Suite (especially Word/Excel), Power Point, Internet research • Strong written and verbal communication skills – preferred • Knowledgeable about the mission and activities of Habitat for Humanity • Experience working as a member of a team • Ability to work with a diverse group of people • Detail oriented and highly organized - required • Knowledge of community development practices - preferred • Experience working with volunteers or teaching/group facilitation experience - desirable • Strong research skills - preferred • A second language is highly desirable (Spanish) • Project management experience preferred • Public speaking experience - preferred • Marketing experience is desirable • Retail experience – desirable
General Job Description:
Flatirons Habitat for Humanity ReStore Development VISTA APPLY TODAY: http://www.habitat.org/job/co-lafayette-vista-restore-development As a ReStore Development VISTA member, you will develop, document, and implement plans to mobilize and increase our programs that are currently in place at the site. This may include creating volunteer programs, marketing plans, business systems, and/or donation opportunities. For example, this might entail developing an outreach strategy to increase visibility of the ReStore in our community and increase unrestricted revenue as result of increased purchases and donations. We are looking for a member who is willing to be an advocate for our ReStore and serve more families by developing theses plans to increase our sites capabilities of building more homes. We look for members who: Possess a sincere desire to serve others and are dedicated to Habitat’s mission Have verbal communication skills Have excellent attention to detail skills Are able to work with a diverse group of people Benefits of Service: Skills for the future Minimal living allowance (living allowance determined by county position is based in) - $12,312 An education award of $ 5,730 or a cash stipend of $1,500 upon successful completion of service Personal and sick leave Health care benefit Student Loan Forbearance (if eligible – Go to AmeriCorps.gov website to see if your loan would qualify) Child care assistance (if eligible) Non-competitive Hiring Status – When you satisfactorily complete one full year of service, they earn non-competitive eligibility for federal government jobs for one year after the member's service What’s in it for you? At the end of the service year, you will have gained new skills and expertise, developed new relationships, and maybe even become a member of a new community. What’s needed to apply? Resume (tell us about your experience) Motivation Statement (this essay gives you the opportunity to express why you want to serve) Requirements to serve at this site: 18 years of age or older U.S. citizen, national, or lawful permanent resident Possess a high school diploma or GED equivalent (or agree to work towards one while serving) Confirm understanding that this is a full-time volunteer opportunity and that AmeriCorps members receive a small living allowance Contact Jenny Ray for further information or for a full job description jray@flatironshabitat.org

AmeriCorps VISTA Member - Project Development

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
Flatirons Habitat for Humanity
Job posted on:
22 Apr 2015
Job starts on:
01 Aug 2015
Contact Name:
Jenny Ray
Email:
Phone:
303-447-3787
Fax:
NA
 
Address:
1455 Dixon Ave, Suite 210, Lafayette, Colorado 80026
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
• Valid Driver’s License and ability to meet host site’s insurance requirements • Microsoft Office Suite (especially Word/Excel), Power Point, Internet research • A second language is highly desirable, with preferred languages being Spanish • Strong written and verbal communication skills • Public speaking experience - desired • Marketing experience - desired • Knowledge of community development practices preferred • Knowledge of, and willingness to promote, the mission and activities of Habitat for Humanity and AmeriCorps • Ability to work with a diverse group of people - preferred • Detail oriented and highly organized - preferred • Experience working with volunteers or teaching/group facilitation experience - desired • Experience working as a member of a team - preferred • Project management experience - preferred • Strong research skills - preferred • Ability to complete the reporting and timesheet requirements of the AmeriCorps program in a timely, accurate, and thorough manner
General Job Description:
Project Development VISTA - Flatirons Habitat for Humanity APPLY TODAY: http://www.habitat.org/job/co-lafayette-vista-project-development As a Project Development VISTA member, you will develop and implement new programs, create or improve policies and procedures, and develop strategies to build leadership and leverage resources that increase the number of families served through the Habitat mission. For example, you might create and implement a Neighborhood Revitalization program by meeting with partnerships and collaborating in the community to meet the housing need within the community. This member will address the needs of a site and develop systems or programs to create efficiencies in areas like community interaction, increased leveraging of resources, policies and procedures, and improved data. We look for members who: Possess a sincere desire to serve others and are dedicated to Habitat’s mission Have strong written and verbal communication skills Have excellent attention to detail skills Are able to work with a diverse group of people Benefits of Service: Skills for the future Minimal living allowance (living allowance determined by county position is based in) - $12,312 An education award of $ 5,730 or a cash stipend of $1,500 upon successful completion of service Personal and sick leave Health care benefit Student Loan Forbearance (if eligible – Go to AmeriCorps.gov website to see if your loan would qualify) Child care assistance (if eligible) Non-competitive Hiring Status – When you satisfactorily complete one full year of service, they earn non-competitive eligibility for federal government jobs for one year after the member's service What’s in it for you? At the end of the service year, you will have gained new skills and expertise, developed new relationships, and maybe even become a member of a new community. What’s needed to apply? Resume (tell us about your experience) Motivation Statement (this essay gives you the opportunity to express why you want to serve) Requirements to serve at this site: 18 years of age or older U.S. citizen, national, or lawful permanent resident Possess a high school diploma or GED equivalent (or agree to work towards one while serving) Confirm understanding that this is a full-time volunteer opportunity and that AmeriCorps members receive a small living allowance Please contact Jenny Ray jray@flatironshabitat.org for further information or to request the full job description.

AmeriCorps VISTA Member - Project Development

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
Flatirons Habitat for Humanity
Job posted on:
22 Apr 2015
Job starts on:
01 Aug 2015
Contact Name:
Jenny Ray
Email:
Phone:
303-447-3787
Fax:
NA
 
Address:
1455 Dixon Ave, Suite 210, Lafayette, Colorado 80026
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
• Valid Driver’s License and ability to meet host site’s insurance requirements • Microsoft Office Suite (especially Word/Excel), Power Point, Internet research • A second language is highly desirable, with preferred languages being Spanish • Strong written and verbal communication skills • Public speaking experience - desired • Marketing experience - desired • Knowledge of community development practices preferred • Knowledge of, and willingness to promote, the mission and activities of Habitat for Humanity and AmeriCorps • Ability to work with a diverse group of people - preferred • Detail oriented and highly organized - preferred • Experience working with volunteers or teaching/group facilitation experience - desired • Experience working as a member of a team - preferred • Project management experience - preferred • Strong research skills - preferred • Ability to complete the reporting and timesheet requirements of the AmeriCorps program in a timely, accurate, and thorough manner
General Job Description:
Project Development VISTA - Flatirons Habitat for Humanity As a Project Development VISTA member, you will develop and implement new programs, create or improve policies and procedures, and develop strategies to build leadership and leverage resources that increase the number of families served through the Habitat mission. For example, you might create and implement a Neighborhood Revitalization program by meeting with partnerships and collaborating in the community to meet the housing need within the community. This member will address the needs of a site and develop systems or programs to create efficiencies in areas like community interaction, increased leveraging of resources, policies and procedures, and improved data. We look for members who: Possess a sincere desire to serve others and are dedicated to Habitat’s mission Have strong written and verbal communication skills Have excellent attention to detail skills Are able to work with a diverse group of people Benefits of Service: Skills for the future Minimal living allowance (living allowance determined by county position is based in) - $12,312 An education award of $ 5,730 or a cash stipend of $1,500 upon successful completion of service Personal and sick leave Health care benefit Student Loan Forbearance (if eligible – Go to AmeriCorps.gov website to see if your loan would qualify) Child care assistance (if eligible) Non-competitive Hiring Status – When you satisfactorily complete one full year of service, they earn non-competitive eligibility for federal government jobs for one year after the member's service What’s in it for you? At the end of the service year, you will have gained new skills and expertise, developed new relationships, and maybe even become a member of a new community. What’s needed to apply? Resume (tell us about your experience) Motivation Statement (this essay gives you the opportunity to express why you want to serve) Requirements to serve at this site: 18 years of age or older U.S. citizen, national, or lawful permanent resident Possess a high school diploma or GED equivalent (or agree to work towards one while serving) Confirm understanding that this is a full-time volunteer opportunity and that AmeriCorps members receive a small living allowance Please contact Jenny Ray jray@flatironshabitat.org for further information or to request the full job description.

Director of Finance

Job Type:
Director
Agency:
Via Mobility Services
Job posted on:
21 Apr 2015
Job starts on:
08 Jun 2015
Contact Name:
Jim Trahan
Email:
Phone:
3034472848
Fax:
303-444-3107
 
Address:
2855 N. 63rd. St. , Boulder, Colorado 80301
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
General Job Description:
TITLE: Director of Finance DEPARTMENT: Finance LOCATION: Boulder General Purpose: The Director of Finance is responsible for the planning, coordination, management and control of the financial activities of the organization and for fiscal and statistical data concerning the agency. Essential Duties/Responsibilities: The essential functions of the position include, but are not limited to, the functions outlined below. Management retains the discretion to add-to and/or change the duties of the position at any time, as necessary. General Responsibilities: • Plan, develop, organize, implement, and manage the fiscal functions of the organization in accordance with US Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and other regulatory organizations including practices appropriate within the industry. • Plan, manage, and control administrative and financial systems including business management and information systems. • Develop and oversee the effectiveness of the system of internal controls. • Supervise Finance Department and Information Technology Department. • Partner with the Executive Director, other senior management and Board members on all operational and strategic issues as they arise; provide strategic recommendations on financial analysis and projections, cost identification and allocation, and revenue/expense analysis. • Prepare the annual operating budget and reports required by the Board and funding sources. • Prepare and analyze financial statements and statistical reports for the Finance Committee and Board of Directors. • Prepare financial estimates for grants and proposals. • Review contracts and ensure provisions are met. • Manage annual audit, IRS 990 and 5500 report processes. • Approve state and federal quarterly and annual payroll tax reports. • Ensure compliance with HIPAA regulations and internal policies. • Serve as Security Officer for the organization. • Work with Human Resources Director to assure compliance with federal and state labor laws and to oversee the 403b and Cafeteria Plans. • Actively participate in obtaining all insurances needed by the agency (health, dental, life and short-term and long-term disability, worker’s compensation, vehicle, general liability, crime, cyber, Directors and Officers and licensing). • Maintain relationships with financial institutions and investment managers. • Responsible for the management, safekeeping, retention, and final disposition of financial records and documents. • Engage other members of the management team to facilitate cross-department collaboration that ensures that financial processes and procedures positively support Via’s strategy, operational delivery, and data collection needs. • Other duties as assigned. Qualifications: • Bachelors Degree in Accounting, Finance or related field. • Minimum of five years experience in financial management, preferably in a non-profit setting. • Strong supervisory and leadership skills. • Strong organizational skills. • Ability to effectively communicate orally and in writing with staff, directors, regulators, insurers, payers, creditors, auditors, bankers, and others inside and outside the organization. • Ability to understand and process financial and statistical data and to explain it to others. • Ability to actively contribute to strategic planning. • Strong knowledge of US GAAP. • Experience with computerized accounting systems (Microsoft Dynamics Great Plains is a plus). • Experience with Microsoft Office Word and Access. • Advanced proficiency with Microsoft Excel. • Knowledge of payroll tax laws including FLSA and Colorado State Law. • Impeccable attention to accuracy and detail. • Strong interpersonal skills. Via?one of the largest nonprofit providers of low-cost transportation and mobility options for older adults and people with disabilities in the Rocky Mountain region. Operating out of headquarters in Boulder and serving five counties, Via provides door-through-door paratransit services, travel training and mobility management programs for older adults and individuals with a wide range of disabilities. Salary: This is a senior level position. Salary will be commensurate with experience. Salary range: $72,000 - $84,000. Benefits: Health, Dental, Company-paid Life and Disability Insurance, Short and Long-term Disability Insurance, Employee Assistance Program, Retirement Plan with 3% company match, paid-time off, AFLAC Accident and Critical Illness plans, and free Bus Pass. Deadline for Application: Friday, May 8th.

Early Childhood Teacher

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
Treasureland Preschool
Job posted on:
21 Apr 2015
Job starts on:
24 Aug 2015
Contact Name:
Sally Roberts
Email:
Phone:
303.758.0362
Fax:
 
Address:
2950 South University Boulevard, Denver, Colorado 80210
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
ECT or Director Qualified Some experience in early childhood
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. Located in a church in southeast Denver, we have openings in toddlers and three’s classrooms. Compensation is competitive. ECT and/or Director Certification and some experience are preferred. Please send inquiries to sroberts@christchurchdenver.org.

Artistic Director

Job Type:
Other Manager (CFO, Marketing, etc)
Agency:
PlatteForum
Job posted on:
21 Apr 2015
Job starts on:
01 Jul 2015
Contact Name:
Jodi Pounds
Email:
Phone:
303-893-0791
Fax:
 
Address:
2400 Curtis Street, Suite 100, Denver, Colorado 80209
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
General Job Description:
PlatteForum Expanding PlatteForum’s role as a creative catalyst in Denver and beyond. PlatteForum believes that the artist is a creative catalyst for positive action and growth, both personally and in the larger community. PlatteForum’s programs support the creation and presentation of new art and ideas by contemporary artists through artist residencies. Resident artists are also paired with youth who have little to no access to learning through the arts for long-term collaboration. Located in a rich urban context, PlatteForum’s resident artists broaden their own and others’ understanding of what art is and can be. The Artistic Director is responsible for the creative and programmatic vision of PlatteForum. Job Title: PlatteForum Artistic Director Reports to: Executive Director Application deadline: May 15th, 2015 Responsibilities and Duties: The Artistic Director will collaborate with the PlatteForum staff and Board of Directors to build upon thirteen years of success by developing and implementing a vision for the future of PlatteForum. Artistic Vision: ? Develop, implement and evaluate the artistic vision for PlatteForum. ? Inspire and support staff, artists and youth in fulfilling the highest standards for all creative work produced and presented at PlatteForum. ? Chair the Artist Committee, which selects and supports PlatteForum Artists in Residence. Leadership: ? Act as a spokesperson for the organization’s artistic purpose via speaking engagements, public and social appearances and at fundraising events and solicitations. ? Cultivate relationships with relevant arts, educational and community organizations and individuals. ? Develop potential funding opportunities with the support of the Executive Director and Board of Directors. Program Implementation: ? Create new artistic and outreach programs to further PlatteForum’s mission ? In collaboration with Program Coordinator, oversee and implement day-to-day operations of PlatteForum’s programs. ? In collaboration with Executive Director, develop performance standards and maintain dashboard for reporting results. ? Develop and implement strategies to continuously improve and expand the reach of each of PlatteForum’s program areas. Qualifications: This is an extraordinary opportunity for an individual with arts administration and program management experience to grow and further develop a proven set of programs. The successful candidate will be a self-starter, and a collaborator with the ability to conceptualize big ideas and the tenacity and foresight to make them a reality. Specific requirements include: ? Masters Degree in arts, arts education or related discipline ? 5+ of senior management experience ? Strong professional network in the arts, education and cultural communities ? A passion for and history of contributing to the arts ? Excellent communication skills Salary: $60,000 - $68,000 (dependent on qualifications and experience) Benefits: Health insurance Starting date: Summer 2015 To apply, send application materials by May 15th, 2015 to employment@platteforum.org Application materials to include: ? Resume/CV ? Letter of intent that includes: statement of artistic intent/vision, purpose and passion for the position and qualifications ? Three references: name, contact information and relationship

Clinician- Long Term Residential

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
Devereux Colorado
Job posted on:
21 Apr 2015
Job starts on:
18 May 2015
Contact Name:
Becky Kessler
Email:
Phone:
3034382295
Fax:
 
Address:
http://www.jobs.devereux.org/colorado/usa/jobs, Westminster, Colorado 80021
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
- Masters Degree in Psychology, Counseling, or Social Work. - Clinical Internship and one year relevant experience working with children and adolescents in a residential setting required. - Current valid independent or associate license to practice in state with no restrictions preferred. Maintains license as indicated. - Proficient computer skills and a working knowledge of software programs (i.e. Microsoft word, PowerPoint, Excel, etc).
General Job Description:
- Demonstrates knowledge and skills necessary to provide appropriate care, treatment, and services for the behavioral health needs of children and adolescents in a therapeutic format. - Collaborates with colleagues regarding individual client progress/barriers and overall treatment. - Demonstrates the skills, knowledge and abilities in the areas of regulatory compliance and adherence to professional standards. - Responsible for accurate completion of all clinical documentation, within required timeframes (i.e. progress notes, assessments, Treatment Plans, Discharge Summaries, etc.).

Full Time Registered Nurse

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
Devereux Colorado
Job posted on:
21 Apr 2015
Job starts on:
18 May 2015
Contact Name:
Britney Smith
Email:
Phone:
3034382295
Fax:
 
Address:
http://www.jobs.devereux.org/colorado/usa/jobs, Westminster, Colorado 80021
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
To qualify, we require: •Minimum of Associates Degree in Nursing and completion of accredited RN program. Clear Colorado RN license. •At least one year experience in Nursing field is highly preferred. Experience in psychiatric nursing with children or adolescents is a plus. •Must be comfortable with working overnight shifts. •Excellent communication, relationship management, and multitasking skills. •Must be a minimum of 21 years of age.
General Job Description:
INTERVIEWS ON THE SPOT on Wednesday, April 29, 2015 from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm at our JOB FAIR for DEVEREUX COLORADO. Come to our Westminster office at 8405 Church Ranch Blvd Westminster, CO 80021. Please bring your resume and proof of education with you and pre-apply online Devereux Colorado, a psychiatric residential treatment facility for children and adolescents, is seeking a full time Registered Nurse. As a Registered Nurse, you will be responsible for administering prescribed medical treatments to clients in accordance with established nursing standards of practice under the supervision of the Nurse Manager. As well as, providing follow-up to medical providers as to the effectiveness and/or possible side-effects noted of each medication administered. You would also be responsible for maintaining effective communication with all departments involved with direct client care and providing education/training of direct care personnel involved with the Medication Technician Certification Program. Looking for a candidate who is comfortable with working a few overnight shifts along with a few other various shifts to be determined. LICENSED NEW GRADS WELCOME! .Responsibilities: •Develops treatment plan goals and interventions to effectively address the client's health management needs that are individualized and reflect priorities based on strengths and needs identified in the assessment process. •Is proficient in the administration of medical treatments, immunizations, and pain management protocols according to acceptable Standards of Care and facility procedures and intervenes appropriately to address health management risk factors. •Promotes wellness practices through teaching and wellness activities with clients. •Is proficient in eCet documentation. •Consistently demonstrates skills in therapeutic communication, promoting behavioral change, teaching and reinforcing client skill development. •Consistently complies with facility procedures related to patient care processes and demonstrates a thorough understanding of laws, regulations, and standards related to areas such as patient rights, confidentiality/HIPAA Compliance, use of restraint or seclusion, advanced directives, release of information, voluntary and involuntary admission processes, and level of care assessments. •Assures the accurate and timely completion of all documentation of patient care processes that relate to regulatory and procedural compliance.

Youth Treatment Professional

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
Devereux Colorado
Job posted on:
21 Apr 2015
Job starts on:
19 May 2015
Contact Name:
Britney Smith
Email:
Phone:
3034382295
Fax:
 
Address:
8405 Church Ranch Blvd, Westminster, Colorado 80021
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Education: •At least 2 years of college in a degree seeking program, preferable in human services field. •A Bachelor's Degree is preferred. •A candidate can substitute one year of directly related experience in a psychiatric treatment facility for children or adolescents for the education requirement. Qualifications: •Must be a minimum of 21 years of age •Excellent communication skills •Relationship management skills •Multi-tasking skills are beneficial to be sucessful in this position •One year experience in a residential treatment facility required for Senior Level role •Experience with children and adolescents is preferred
General Job Description:
INTERVIEWS ON THE SPOT on Wednesday, April 29, 2015 from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm at our JOB FAIR for DEVEREUX COLORADO. Come to our Westminster office at 8405 Church Ranch Blvd Westminster, CO 80021. Please bring your resume and proof of education with you and pre-apply online Join our team and make a difference in the lives of children! Devereux Colorado located in Westminster, Colorado, is seeking a few Youth Treatment Professional for our Psychiatric Treatment Facility for children ages 8 to 21. With approximately 100 beds on campus, you will get the opportunity to work with a diverse group of clients with varying disorders: mental health, emotional, behavioral and/or conduct disorders. In a team oriented culture, you will work closely with numerous departments all with the common goal of individually treating clients' disorders while teaching life, social and coping skills. A Youth Treatment Professional protects the health and safety of clients while supervising and implementing program activities and managing clients behaviors. Reads and implements each clients individualized treatment plan. Assists in planning programming and is an active team member in carrying out treatment goals. Participates as a member of the Multi-Disciplinary Team and maintains a team environment. In this role, you will be responsible for: Implementing and enhancing program delivery by maintaining an environment that maximizes client safety and risk event reduction while making programming adjustments as needed to address the treatment goals of the individual clients. Facilitating structured on campus and off campus recreational activities within facility procedural guidelines. Intervening into escalating behaviors and using verbal de-escalation skills to reduce the need for restrictive interventions. Consistently performing and immediately recording visual checks as they occur and per procedural guidelines. Consistently demonstrating skills in therapeutic communication, promoting positive behavioral change, and teaching and reinforcing client skill development. Maintaining appropriate boundaries with clients and peers.

Paraprofessional

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
Devereux Colorado
Job posted on:
21 Apr 2015
Job starts on:
19 May 2015
Contact Name:
Britney Smith
Email:
Phone:
3034382295
Fax:
 
Address:
http://www.jobs.devereux.org/colorado/usa/jobs, Westminster, Colorado 80021
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Education: •At least 2 years of college in a degree seeking program, preferable in human services field. •A Bachelor's Degree is preferred. •A candidate can substitute one year of directly related experience in a psychiatric treatment facility for children or adolescents for the education requirement. Qualifications: •Candidate must be a minimum of 21 years of age. •Excellent communication, relationship management and multi-tasking skills are beneficial to see sucess in this position. •Experience with children and adolescents is preferred.
General Job Description:
INTERVIEWS ON THE SPOT on Wednesday, April 29, 2015 from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm at our JOB FAIR for DEVEREUX COLORADO. Come to our Westminster office at 8405 Church Ranch Blvd Westminster, CO 80021. Please bring your resume and proof of education with you and pre-apply online. A Paraprofessional protects the health and safety of clients while assisting with academic instruction and managing client’s behaviors. Reads and implements each client’s individualized treatment plan. Assists in planning programming and is an active team member in carrying out treatment goals. Participates as a member of the Multi-Disciplinary Team and maintains a team environment. Works with the clients in a manner consistent with orientation or ongoing trainings, program handbook, New Directions, and SPA approved strategies. Is a role model for both staff and clients. Must remain awake and alert for entire shift. In the Paraprofessional role, you will be responsible for: Implementing and enhancing program delivery by maintaining an environment that maximizes client safety and risk event reduction while making programming adjustments as needed to address the treatment goals of the individual clients. Facilitating structured on campus and off campus recreational activities within facility procedural guidelines. Intervening into escalating behaviors and using verbal de-escalation skills to reduce the need for restrictive interventions. Consistently performing and immediately recording visual checks as they occur and per procedural guidelines. Consistently demonstrating skills in therapeutic communication, promoting positive behavioral change, and teaching and reinforcing client skill development. Maintaining appropriate boundaries with clients and peers.

Executive Director

Job Type:
Director
Agency:
Edge of Seven
Job posted on:
20 Apr 2015
Job starts on:
15 Jul 2015
Contact Name:
Sarah Andrews
Email:
Phone:
6179212092
Fax:
 
Address:
1031 33rd Street, Denver, Colorado 80205
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Leadership & Organizational Management • 5+ years of experience working in the international development field in a leadership role; • Manage all day-to-day operations, including all general administration duties, fundraising and events, international and domestic programs, and communications and marketing; • Actively engage and energize Edge of Seven’s Board of Directors to become powerful advocates for the organization, facilitate monthly Board meetings, and work with individual board members to establish personal goals and initiatives; • Actively engage and energize Edge of Seven’s events committees, Architectural and Engineering and Young Professionals advisory boards, advisors, international partners, donor base, and volunteers; • Demonstrated organizational and administrative skills, as well as experience with Salesforce; • Results-oriented, with the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously within budgets and deadlines; • Ability to work independently and as a team member with a high-energy, can-do attitude; • Strong interpersonal skills and excellent written and verbal communication skills. Programs • Cultivate and maintain relationships with existing and new international collaborators and partners; • Oversee processes related to project design, project budget development, implementation, and monitoring and evaluation; • Coordinate all in-country logistics for international travelers with partners on the ground; • Spearhead initiatives to grow programming into new countries and areas of operation; • Conduct in-country field visits and monitoring and evaluation of projects; • Recruit individual volunteers and volunteer groups to contribute to initiatives abroad; • Manage all administrative responsibilities related to international volunteer program; • Periodically lead volunteer groups in-country, working alongside local collaborators. Fundraising • Ability to achieve annual revenue targets greater than $500,000; • Proven experience with managing a grants program, cultivating individual donors, cultivating corporate sponsors, and organizing fundraising events; • Ability to raise the level of sophistication in fundraising programs to improve overall results; • Develop and execute the strategic annual fundraising plan and organizational budget; • Supervise the Events Manager and Events committee as they coordinate and execute the annual events. Marketing & Communications • Develop and execute marketing and sales strategies to increase awareness among the public about Edge of Seven and our volunteer program; • Oversee creation of all communications collateral, web development, and brand strategy; • Manage social media activities, as well as PR activities related to engagement with the media, pitching stories to reporters and serving as the spokesperson for Edge of Seven; • Conduct informational and academic presentations to community groups, schools, and businesses both about Edge of Seven’s work, as well as the issues we work to address.
General Job Description:
Edge of Seven, USA Executive Director Location: Denver, CO Edge of Seven is a 501(c)3 for-impact organization with the mission of supporting sustainable building initiatives that ignite access to education, health, and economic opportunities for girls, women, and rural communities across the globe. Since 2010, we have completed 11 initiatives in Nepal and Kenya - including school buildings, dormitories for girls, and community water supplies - that have impacted more than 10,000 people. And we’re out to accomplish a lot more in 2015. Position Summary: At Edge of Seven, progress is our primary goal. As a small and rapidly growing organization, we don’t adhere too strongly to labels. Our staff members and Board of Directors expect to wear many hats in pursuit of our goal to create access to empowering resources for girls and women in the developing communities where we work. Everyone on our team is a direct part of this mission and has the unique ability to make tangible contributions to our guiding principles, growth strategies, and vision for the future. With that in mind, the Executive Director (ED) is ultimately a dynamic ambassador for Edge of Seven who works closely with the Board of Directors to plan and execute strategies related to organizational growth. The ED will manage the day-to-day operations of the organization, including fundraising, programs, and administration, as well as inspire a variety of audiences, both new and established, to contribute to our mission in order to grow our impact on girls, women, and rural communities across the globe. The ED position is based in Denver, Colorado. The ED will be required to travel internationally, as needed, to the countries where we work in South Asia, Africa, and soon to be Central America. Qualifications Executive Director Candidates should be thoroughly committed to Edge of Seven’s mission. Candidates should have leadership, fundraising, and programming experience. Additional qualifications include: • Outcomes-based, entrepreneurial, flexible, and innovative approach to nonprofit management; • Ability to point to specific examples of having developed strategies that have taken an organization to the next stage of growth/sustainability; • Demonstrated project, team management, and fundraising experience is essential; • Passion, idealism, integrity, positive attitude, mission-driven, and self-directed; • Knowledge of international development and experience working in the developing world; • Advanced degree preferred. Compensation and Reporting: The Executive Director will report to the Board of Directors. Compensation will be commensurate with experience on a salary basis. Application Process: Qualified applicants must submit a cover letter and resume to jobs@edgeofseven.org with “Executive Director” in the subject line. Deadline for submission is May 4, 2015.

Development and Donor Services Assistant

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
The Community Foundation Serving Boulder County
Job posted on:
17 Apr 2015
Job starts on:
25 May 2015
Contact Name:
Suzanne Barnes
Email:
Phone:
303-442-0436
Fax:
 
Address:
1123 Spruce Street , Boulder, Colorado 80302
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Key Responsibilities Include: • Responding to donor and grantee inquiries, which can include troubleshooting DonorCentral (online portal for Foundation donors) or compiling data for requested reports • Preparing information packets for prospects as well as welcome packets for new donors • Working with the Development team on donor and prospect tracking and reporting • Providing meeting support for the Development team, including scheduling, sending meeting notices, taking minutes, preparing and sending meeting agendas and events materials • Helping to plan and manage logistics of events, including invitations, managing guest lists, catering and other details • Attending and participating in all Development team meetings • Using the fundraising management system, FIMS (Foundation Information Management System), to update donor information, produce reports and perform analysis for moves management • Providing administrative support for the Development team including: scheduling meetings, returning phone calls, managing correspondence, filing and general administrative organization • Coordinating mailings, including running and de-duping mailing lists, organizing components of mailings • Assisting the Director of Advancement with light work on communications and presentations • Assisting with the mail opening, sorting and logging process • Helping to coordinate the Foundation’s on-line giving page • Attending occasional early morning and evening events. • Supporting the President of the Foundation with special fundraising projects as needed Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: • Self-motivated, flexible, friendly, upbeat and comfortable working independently as well as a team player • Demonstrated competency in office administration and organizational skills, as well as possessing strong attention to detail • Excellent written and communication skills, especially phone skills • Ability to multi-task and set priorities, while being in a high-pressure environment • Understands the confidential nature of fundraising efforts and donor information, and maintains confidentiality • Office experience is a must. Experience with nonprofit work and/or fundraising (or an affiliated field) is preferred, but not required • Familiarity with social media platforms. Familiarity with Constant Contact, Photoshop and basic HTML a plus. • Ability to work with complex database systems is preferred • A bachelor’s degree is preferred
General Job Description:
The Community Foundation seeks a Development and Donor Services Assistant to provide administrative and logistical support for all aspects of the Foundation’s Philanthropic Services Department. The Development Assistant is required to perform the responsibilities of the position diligently, in a timely manner and with strict confidentiality. Proficiency working with MS Office and relational databases, strong organizational skills, attention to detail and the ability to communicate well orally and in writing with donors as well as staff in all departments of the Foundation are essential to the success of this position.

Communications Coordinator

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
Frasier Meadows Retirement Community
Job posted on:
16 Apr 2015
Job starts on:
25 May 2015
Contact Name:
Kathy Pollicita
Email:
Phone:
3038778733
Fax:
 
Address:
350 Ponca Place, Boulder, Colorado 80303
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Bachelor's Degree - Communications, public relations and/or related experience 2 years experience Computer Proficiency - MS Office and related databases Excellent Customer Service Skills Non-profit experience a plus
General Job Description:
Develops and maintains Frasier's Social Media presence Creates and develops the Annual Report and Bi-Annual Report Writes grants Tracks and acknowledges donor gifts to Frasier Maintains mailing lists Tracks and prepares all Social Responsibility Activities 30 to 32 hours a week

Finance Officer

Job Type:
Other Manager (CFO, Marketing, etc)
Agency:
First Nations Development Institute
Job posted on:
15 Apr 2015
Job starts on:
30 Apr 2015
Contact Name:
Jackie L. Francke
Email:
Phone:
3037747836
Fax:
303.774.7841
 
Address:
2432 Main St., 2nd Floor, Longmont, Colorado 80501
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
The Finance Officer’s primary responsibility is to ensure that the organization is in compliance with all accounting and financial reporting requirements for federal and private funding. The Finance Officer will report to and work closely with First Nations President and provide financial reports to the Board of Directors. In addition, he/she will work with senior leadership to develop, maintain and implement internal fiscal policies and procedures to increase organizational and programmatic effectiveness and efficiency. He/she must be able to adapt to a continuously changing environment, thrive in a deadline-focused workplace. Visit www.firstnations.org for full job announcement.
General Job Description:
ESSENTIAL FUNCTION/RESPONSIBILITIES • Conduct cash flow planning and ensure availability of funds • Maintain finance policies and procedures • Review deposits, analyze all invoices and purchase orders, and resolve all outstanding A/R and A/P issues • Maintain computerized accounting system, adding new codes as needed • Prepare monthly financial statements in conformity with GAAP • Process semi-monthly payroll and ensure timely submission of all government payroll reports, review proper coding of time by staff • Assist the President with preparation of the annual operating budget, and monitor project spending monthly • Process quarterly federal grant drawdown requests • Prepare all private and federal funder financial reports by established deadlines • Assist the Director of Communications and Development and program staff in the development of grant application budgets, ensuring consistency with approved annual operating budget • Maintain comprehensive and accurate files for all consultants and vendors • Maintain and update all supporting schedules needed for annual financial audit • Ensure day-to-day compliance with established internal controls for A/R, A/P and bank account reconciliations • Provide the President and other program directors with special reports and financial analysis upon request • Process year-end 1099’s and ensure completion and distribution of W-2’s • Manage all employee benefits programs REQUIREMENTS • Bachelor’s degree in accounting • Federal grant reporting and compliance experience • 5 – 7 years of experience, at least 3 of which was in a nonprofit environment • Strong written and verbal communication skills required • Demonstrated experience working with diverse cultures and specific experience with American Indian communities and culture desired • Competent self-starter who will take initiative and work independently • Excellent interpersonal, communication and organizational skills • Strong administrative ability and attention to detail required • Ability to organize and meet deadlines for a wide variety of job assignments simultaneously, with minimum supervision • Positive attitude, good people skills and the ability to work closely with people at all levels of experience and proficiency required Additional Preferred Requirements: • CPA • Experience with AccuFund, Excel and Paycomonline

Shelter Weekend Coordinator

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
The Action Center
Job posted on:
15 Apr 2015
Job starts on:
02 May 2015
Contact Name:
jobs@theactioncenterco.org
Email:
Phone:
303-237-7704
Fax:
 
Address:
8755 W 14th Ave, Lakewood, Colorado 80215
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
•High School degree or equivalent required •One year experience in social work or related field required •Residential experience, particularly in a shelter setting, preferred •Excellent communication and organizational skills •Effective problem solving skills •Knowledge of strength-based perspective •Ability to exercise initiative, judgment, flexibility and work independently •Ability to maintain a safe, clean and positive environment •Ability to maintain confidentiality and security of sensitive information •Relate well to clients, volunteers, professional service provider staff, other staff and general public •Relate well to people with varied experiences and backgrounds. •Experience and/or knowledge in conflict resolution •Ability to establish appropriate professional boundaries •Basic computer skills
General Job Description:
Part-time, non-exempt position Saturday 5:00pm-8:30pm and Sunday 8:30am-5:00pm Email resume and cover letter to: jobs@theactioncenterco.org Currently interviewing - please apply as soon as possible but no later than April 27, 2015 Supervise residents staying in the shelter, enforce shelter policy and procedures, maintain records, and ensure resident safety and the on-going positive conditions of the shelter facility. •Supervise homeless residents staying in the shelter, enforce shelter regulations, maintain records, and manage facility during assigned shift •Resolve client conflicts and ensure client adherence to policies and procedures •Provide referrals to community service providers, such as the Department of Human Services, housing programs, employment assistance, mental health and educational institutions •Offer support and assistance with homeless specific issues to aid in client’s self-sufficiency •Assist with new incoming clients, including giving tours of the shelter, explaining procedures and distributing personal items •Assist clients with self-sufficiency processes, such as resume writing and job/housing searches •Complete shelter communication log throughout shift •Consult with the Manager of Shelter Program in the event of crisis situations and emergencies

Seasonal Trolley Staff

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
Platte Valley Trolley
Job posted on:
15 Apr 2015
Job starts on:
04 May 2015
Contact Name:
Stephanie Shulman
Email:
Phone:
303-458-6255
Fax:
 
Address:
P O Box 1348, Denver, Colorado 80201
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
The Denver Tramway Heritage Society is a 501(c)(3) membership organization that operates the Platte Valley Trolley along Denver’s South Platte River between Confluence Park and Old West Colfax. The Trolley is operated and maintained primarily by volunteers. The regular operating season is Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day, in addition to special operations. This is a full-time equivalent, seasonal position (during the PVT’s regular riverfront operating season). DUTIES 1. Public outreach (marketing) and ticket sales at PVT stops along the line, including cash sales and credit card sales using a “Square” credit card reader (for use with smartphones). 2. “Start-up tasks” prior to first Trolley trip of the day to include: a. Setting up signage and items related to ticket sales (e.g. tent, table, umbrella, etc.) at stops along the line before each day’s operations b. Readying the Trolley for operation, including checking fuel level, starting engine, performing safety checks, and checking that equipment is in place and operating properly c. Tidying the Trolley car and boarding platform(s) 3. “End of day tasks” after the final Trolley trip of the day to include: a. Retrieving and storing signage and other items related to ticket sales b. Shutting down and securing the Trolley c. Reconciling and recording ticket sales and cash received. d. Completing the Daily Trip Report, including reporting to PVT Operations Committee any items in need of repair or maintenance 4. Fill in as Motorman or Conductor to operate the Trolley car when volunteers are not available. a. Motorman is responsible for safely starting and stopping the Trolley b. Conductor is in overall charge of the operation of the Trolley and delivers the historical narrative to the passengers during the trip c. All operations will be conducted in accordance with the 2015 Platte Valley Trolley Operations Manual 5. Other duties as assigned. Examples could include, but are not limited to: a. Cleaning the Trolley before each day’s operation b. Sweeping platform areas c. Picking up trash and trimming grass/weeds along the right-of-way or tidying the area around the caboose d. Monitoring fuel usage in the car and alerting designated operating authorities when additional fuel is required e. Operating charter trips with the Trolley in the hours immediately before/after normal public operations. Charters will generally be scheduled between 9 and 11 am. f. Other marketing/public relations efforts.
General Job Description:
SCHEDULE 1. Full-time position (40 hrs. per week) preferred. We will consider applicants willing to commit to half-time (20 hrs. per week) as an alternative. 2. Working days are Thursday through Monday (5 days per week). 3. Work shift is 8 hours per day, approximately 9 am to 5:30 pm with a half-hour lunch break. 4. Some flexibility in start/finish times may be required on occasion to accommodate special operations. 5. Operating season begins Memorial Day weekend (Thursday, May 21) and ends on Labor Day (Monday, September 7). Applicants should be available for the entire operating season unless alternate arrangements are made prior to accepting employment. 6. Paid, on-site training will be provided prior to May 21; training schedule to be determined in consultation with applicants. Successful applicants will be required to pass a certification exam upon completion of training in order to assume their duties. WORK SITE 1. Base of operations is Platte Valley Trolley terminal (approximately 1400 Platte Street, Denver, CO). 2. Staff may be assigned to work at various locations along the Trolley line, such as Denver Children’s Museum, Downtown Aquarium, or Sports Authority Field at Mile High. 3. These job positions entail primarily outdoor work. APPLICANT REQUIREMENTS 1. Applicants must be at least 21 years of age. 2. Applicants must be in good health and in sound physical condition. Applicants must be able to climb up and down when boarding/alighting from the Trolley and must be able to assist passengers into and out of the car. 3. Dress code: applicants must present a neat and clean public appearance and will be required to wear the standard PVT Operator’s uniform specified in the PVT Operations Manual (black or navy pants, white shirt, black or navy socks, black shoes plus Motorman/Conductor’s cap). Note that the PVT will provide the cap and two uniform shirts; other items are the applicant’s responsibility. 4. Other equipment: applicants must have a working cell phone in their possession while on duty. 5. Drug/alcohol testing: applicants must agree to undergo drug and/or alcohol testing upon request. WAGES AND SUPERVISION 1. Basic wage will be $12.50 per hour. 2. Overtime is expected to be minimal, but will be paid at the rate of 1.5 times basic wage for hours in excess of 40 per week. 3. Applicants will have a supervisor designated by the PVT Operations Committee, but this person may not be on-site at all times during the operation. Applicants are expected to perform their duties responsibly and with a minimum of supervision. To apply: Please submit a resume and cover letter to info@denvertrolley.org no later than 5:00 p.m. (MDT) on Monday, April 27, 2015.

Early Learning Coordinator

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
Assuring Better Child Health & Development
Job posted on:
15 Apr 2015
Job starts on:
15 May 2015
Contact Name:
Eileen Auer Bennett, Executive Director
Email:
Phone:
720-748-7702
Fax:
 
Address:
8801 E. Hampden Ave., Suite 106, Denver, Colorado 80231
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
• Excellent oral and written communication skills • Excellent facilitation and leadership skills • Technical assistance expertise • Experience creating and presenting group trainings • Experience in (or deep understanding of) early learning classrooms/centers • Experience with “systems building” and “systems change” • Knowledge of childhood development and developmental milestones • Knowledge of the Early Learning and Developmental Guidelines • Knowledge of Colorado’s Professional Development Information System and Quality Rating & Improvement System • Knowledge of local referral processes and familiarity with Colorado’s Community Centered Board and Child Find systems • Familiarity with Head Start and Early Head Start regulations • Familiarity with standardized developmental screening tools in general and the ASQ/ASQ: SE in particular • Familiarity with Collective Impact
General Job Description:
Assuring Better Child Health and Development (ABCD), a project of the Colorado Nonprofit Development Center, works with a diverse group of community stakeholders to help them identify and serve children with developmental delays and disorders. ABCD provides facilitation, training, and technical assistance to solidify a coordinated and quality system in which all children birth to five are screened for developmental delay, referred early when concerns exist, evaluated and connected to services when appropriate. Our mission is to align and mobilize pediatric and community partners to improve early childhood developmental outcomes. Early learning partners play a vital role in the early detection and mitigation of developmental delays. Early learning providers see parents and children regularly, thus they are in a unique position to monitor concerns, educate families around the importance of developmental milestones and standardized developmental screening, and connect families to needed services. ABCD EARLY LEARNING COORDINATOR 1.0 FTE: The Assuring Better Child Health and Development (ABCD) Early Learning Coordinator will serve as an integral member of the ABCD team by a) facilitating community collaboratives and b) providing targeted support to early learning partners across the state. The ABCD Early Learning Coordinator will be responsible for but not limited to the following key functions: Community Outreach: Initiate and sustain relationships with local community partners including Early Childhood Councils, local Public Health teams, the Community Centered Board, Child Find, BOCES, Early Education, Child Care, and other community agencies involved in surveillance, screening, referral and follow through to service receipt. Facilitate communities through ABCD’s Model Community Framework process by employing the following skills: • Adaptive leadership – elicit the concerns and needs of community partners, and support them accordingly • Relationship building – build, negotiate, and support open and trusting professional relationships • Internal coordination – work closely with ABCD’s physician outreach team and other members of the community outreach team • Progress monitoring – help partners reflect on and assess their progress, then record milestones Early Learning Technical Assistance: Provide technical assistance to early learning partners in funded communities. Technical assistance includes a) on-site support to two centers per community and b) bi-annual group trainings in each community. The Early Learning Coordinator will be responsible for creating materials used in these technical assistance efforts. All technical assistance should support centers in executing their role(s) in ABCD’s Model Community Framework by helping them integrate best practices (e.g. ABCD’s Quality Standards) into their internal protocols. Model Community Framework roles include Monitoring & Surveillance, Screening, Referral, Parent Education, and Resources & Support. Key Skills/Experience: • Excellent oral and written communication skills • Excellent facilitation and leadership skills • Technical assistance expertise • Experience creating and presenting group trainings • Experience in (or deep understanding of) early learning classrooms/centers • Experience with “systems building” and “systems change” • Knowledge of childhood development and developmental milestones • Knowledge of the Early Learning and Developmental Guidelines • Knowledge of Colorado’s Professional Development Information System and Quality Rating & Improvement System • Knowledge of local referral processes and familiarity with Colorado’s Community Centered Board and Child Find systems • Familiarity with Head Start and Early Head Start regulations • Familiarity with standardized developmental screening tools in general and the ASQ/ASQ: SE in particular • Familiarity with Collective Impact Preferred Education: Masters level degree in an early childhood related field. Physical Demands: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit and talk or hear. The employee is occasionally required to stand; walk and reach with hands and arms. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Work Environment: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The noise level in the work environment is usually minimal. Travel: Candidate selected must have a valid Colorado Driver’s License, their own vehicle and proof of Colorado auto insurance. This position requires weekly travel throughout Colorado, with approximately three overnight stays per month. Start Date: May 2015 Salary range: Based on related education and experience. Includes health benefits, 401k, paid holidays, paid vacation and sick leave You may send your resume, cover letter, and salary range to the attention of: Eileen Auer Bennett, Executive Director shanika@coloradoabcd.org. Deadline for applications is April 30, 2015.

Administrative Assistant

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
Colorado Psychiatric Society
Job posted on:
15 Apr 2015
Job starts on:
27 May 2015
Contact Name:
Anna
Email:
Phone:
303-692-8783
Fax:
 
Address:
6000 E Evans Ave, Bldg 1, Ste 140, Denver, Colorado 80222
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Colorado Psychiatric Society Administrative Assistant General Description: The Administrative Assistant reports to and assists the Executive Director, President, Council and Committee Chairs as requested in the role of implementing, coordinating and initiating work of the Colorado Psychiatric Society (“CPS”). Duties include, but are not limited to items listed below. Responsibilities: • Assists the Executive Director with the day to day operation of CPS; • Provides administrative support for all CPS activities including committees, newsletter, and public education projects; • Provides the lead administrative role in the planning and implementation of key District Branch events, dinner meetings and conferences, including meeting advertisement, logistics, and soliciting vendors; • Provides administrative support for all activities of our allied organization: Colorado Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Society; • Management of membership, including database updates, transfers, upgrades; works with American Psychiatric Association (APA) membership coordinator; works on recruitment and retention efforts; creates and updates membership directory; • Oversees the preparation of bulk mailings; • Provides the lead administrative role in office, including phone and mail correspondence; implements office and administrative improvements; maintains paper and electronic filing systems and office equipment; • Schedules, organizes, and attends Executive Council meetings, takes minutes and distributes for review; • Works with CPS accountant to maintain checkbooks and financial records; • Prepares all invoices for advertising and processes payments for events; • Responds to member inquiries and requests; • Responds to requests from general public for referrals; • Other projects as assigned. Qualifications • Demonstrated strong administrative experience is a necessity, as are project management skills and event coordination experience. • Excellent writing skills and attention to detail. Ability to present information concisely and effectively, both orally and in writing. Must be able to draft professional correspondence. • Basic financial skills such as balancing a checkbook required. • Advanced computer skills required, including word processing, database management, spreadsheet, web-based applications, social media platforms. • Excellent interpersonal and customer service skills, professional demeanor, and the ability to work under pressure. • Interest/experience in non-profit work and mental health. • BA degree, or equivalent experience, required. • Graphic design skills a plus. The position is 9 hours/week and requires some evening meetings (3 hours 1-2 times a month) and occasional weekend work (twice a year).
General Job Description:
Administrative Assistant for non-profit (Part time) Small non-profit membership society in the mental health field seeks responsible Administrative Assistant with strong communication, organization, financial, computer and customer service skills. The position is 9 hours/week and requires some evening meetings and occasional weekend work. We can be flexible to set permanent hours that work with your schedule. Send resume and cover letter to office@coloradopsychiatric.org.

Visitor Services Representative

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
Clyfford Still Museum
Job posted on:
14 Apr 2015
Job starts on:
15 May 2015
Contact Name:
Human Resources
Email:
Phone:
720-354-4880
Fax:
303-534-1766
 
Address:
1250 Bannock Street, Denver, Colorado 80204
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Minimum Education, Job Qualifications and Experience: • Bachelor's Degree with coursework in business or arts administration preferred; one to two years of customer service experience; or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience. Prior experience in a museum setting a plus. • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. • Solid skills in Microsoft Office products; experience with ticketing and point of sales systems is highly desirable (the museum uses Altru, a Blackbaud product). • Prior sales experience and cash/register handling strongly preferred. • Demonstrated ability to multitask, to work in fast-paced environment and adhere to deadlines, while maintaining flexibility in meeting shifting demands and priorities. • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with staff, volunteers, and members of the public and to exercise tact and diplomacy at all times. • Sensitivity to diverse characteristics of visitors and understanding of the requirements of visitors with disabilities or special needs. • Ability to lift up to 20 pounds.
General Job Description:
Position: Visitor Services Representative (part time, non-exempt, non-benefitted) Application Deadline: May 15, 2015 Start Date: Immediately Compensation: $11/hour Reports to: Associate Director of Visitor Services and Events Essential Duties/Responsibilities: • Staff the reception desk, greet and provide assistance to museum visitors with a focus on customer service, organization and efficiency. Ensure visitors are attended to professionally and promptly. • Handle ticket sales and sales from the museum shop; manage cash drawer. • Promote and sell museum memberships. • Supply front desk with sufficient visitor information literature, maps, and other necessary materials. • Interface with museum security to implement museum policies and procedures for the safety and security of visitors and of the museum. • Maintain a friendly and helpful environment for museum visitors. Serve as a resource for, and communicate well with, a variety of visitors, understand and address the special needs of different visitors, address visitor concerns and complaints in a pleasant and efficient manner. • Understand and help carry out the museum's mission, activities, services and programs. • Establish and maintain positive working relationships with peers at other area museums. • Serve as an ambassador of the museum, and perform other duties as needed. Please send cover letter and resume to: Clyfford Still Museum Attention: Human Resources 1250 Bannock St. Denver, CO 80204 720-354-4880 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.

Sr. Sponsored Projects Administrator

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
Kaiser Permanente CO-Institute for Health Research
Job posted on:
13 Apr 2015
Job starts on:
04 May 2020
Contact Name:
Julie James
Email:
Phone:
303-614-1310
Fax:
303-614-1305
 
Address:
10065 E. Harvard Ave., Suite 300, Denver, Colorado 80231
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
EDUCATION: Bachelor’s degree and minimum of 5 years of experience in research administration. QUALIFICATIONS, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES: •Solid understanding of the grant process and the regulations and policies affecting sponsored projects. Proficiency in proposal development needed to perform duties and responsibilities; including familiarity with components of an application package; experience composing, editing, planning, organizing, integrating information into proposal documents; experience with eRA Commons, grants.gov, and other web-based granting agency technologies; knowledge of grant reporting requirements; knowledge of various types of external support mechanisms; excellent oral and written communication skills; specific experience with proposal preparation and submission for a wide variety of agencies, including federal and non-federal entities . •Possesses advanced computer skills and has the ability to quickly master specialized software applications. Proficiency in the latest versions of Microsoft applications highly desirable. Experience with web-based sponsor portals and Electronic Research Administration systems. Effectively utilize internet for research administration purposes. Experience with PeopleSoft Grants Management desirable. •Expertise in developing and working with all forms of grant budgets including institutional and collaborative budgets and sub-awards; experience with multi-year, complex budget development; basic understanding of grant accounting practices and solid understanding of federal budget guidelines. •Excellent time management and organizational skills; coordinates multiple projects/tasks simultaneously; works independently under pressure in a deadline driven environment with a high standard of quality; effectively work with project teams in all phases of the project, takes responsibility for results. Ability to accommodate flexible scheduling during submission deadline periods and other periods as needed. •Skilled in Evaluating and analyzing complex concepts and information and applying them in the resolution of problems and issues. Maintains confidentiality at all times. Communicates and escalates issues in a timely manner to the appropriate audience. •Must have familiarity with federal circulars; FAR; NIH policies, procedures and eRA Commons; and current issues in sponsored research administration.
General Job Description:
The Sr. Sponsored Projects Administrator (SPA) will provide professional-level grant pre-award and post-award administrative support, ensure compliance with all applicable internal and external policies and procedures, and proactively provide customer support for Investigators and project teams. The Sr. SPA is accountable for creating a culture of compliance, ethics and integrity. He/she maintains knowledge of and assures departmental compliance with Kaiser Permanente’s Principles of Responsibility, policies and procedures, applicable regulatory requirements and responds appropriately, including required reporting to observed fraud or abuse. This position reports to the Sr. Manager of Sponsored Projects Administration and will work as part of a team with other sponsored programs, finance, and IHR personnel. CORE DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: •Assists investigators/staff with proposal development; includes facilitating compliance with sponsor guidelines/regulations; budget development; uploading materials into portals (e.g. Cayuse, Grants.Gov, eRA Commons, PeopleSoft); ensuring internal review process/approvals are completed; ensuring all required application sections and materials are prepared, complete, and ready for submission; coordinating appropriate documents with external partners as appropriate. Provides leadership to the department for facilitating and expediting the grant application process. •Assists investigators/staff with post-award activities; reviewing and processing award documents and award set-up in conjunction with central business office, the Kaiser Foundation Research Institute (KFRI); reviewing and/or drafting new contractual agreements and modifications to existing agreements; assisting PIs with meeting reporting deadlines and completing financial reports; preparing and submitting non-competing continuations, carry-over requests and no-cost extensions; assisting with communications between the PI/project team, external partners, KFRI and the sponsor, as needed.. •Advises and answers questions for Investigators and study/project staff on all administrative aspects of an award, helps to ensure compliance with terms and conditions of award, sponsor requirements and/or Kaiser Permanente policies and procedures. •Provides timely feedback to investigators regarding problems that require his/her attention. •As Sr. SPA assumes informal leadership roles within the Sponsored Projects Administration team, and IHR; provides training, guidance and mentorship to sponsored project administrators and finance administrators; takes lead role in on-boarding of new staff. Responsible for more complex assignments; builds consensus and motivates others; adjusts leadership style to meet individual, group and situational needs. •Takes lead role in the development and implementation of research and sponsored program policies and regulations. •Represents research administration to other departments within and outside of KPCO •Maintains up-to-date knowledge and expertise in federal, state, and non-profit regulations and policies, and stays abreast of new guidance and OMB circulars which affect sponsored program activities. •Performs other duties as required.

Survey Development - Temp/Intern

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
R12 Charities
Job posted on:
10 Apr 2015
Job starts on:
30 Apr 2015
Contact Name:
Kevin Vannorsdel
Email:
Phone:
303-656-9249
Fax:
 
Address:
Erie CO, Erie, Colorado 80516
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
General Job Description:
We are looking for a short term / intern to help us develop one or two online surveys. These surveys will be used to help assess our community impact. The applicant should know something about good online survey tools and data gathering. Position is VERY short term- less than 10 hours. This is for someone who wants to gain experience - perhaps a student. Pay is available but is low.

Director of Finance

Job Type:
Director
Agency:
Invest in Kids
Job posted on:
08 Apr 2015
Job starts on:
01 May 2015
Contact Name:
Lisa Hill
Email:
Phone:
303 839 1808
Fax:
 
Address:
1775 Sherman Street STE 2075, Denver, Colorado 80203
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
- At least 5 years of nonprofit accounting experience - At least a bachelor’s degree in a financial field - Experience tracking temporarily restricted funds - Experience staffing a Board of Directors and/or Finance Committee - Knowledge of Blackbaud’s Financial Edge software would be fabulous, but is not required - Proven skills in writing and oral presentation - Meticulous attention to detail and organizational skills - Ability to multi-task, as this position supports the entire organization, though it works most closely with the Executive Director and Development team - Ability to work successfully both independently and in a team environment
General Job Description:
Purpose 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 the state of 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. Invest in Kids is seeking a well-qualified Director of Finance to handle our accounting processes and fiscal responsibilities. Key Responsibilities/Functions a. Financial Management - General accounting procedures: cash receipts and disbursements, A/R, A/P, journal entries and account reconciliations. - Grant allocations through the use of Blackbaud’s Financial Edge software, tracking of transactions by program and by funding source, tracking of temporarily restricted funds. - Creation of yearly agency and program budgets given available funding sources. Tracking and monitoring of expenses throughout the year to ensure alignment with budgets. - Calculation of financial projections for planning purposes. - Consistent and accurate financial reporting to Executive Director, Finance Committee, Board of Directors and potential funders with a clear understanding of the information contained within the reports and the ability to offer sufficient explanation of calculations when approached with questions. - Preparation and submission of monthly invoices to organizations that IIK contracts with to provide services. - Management of employee credit card expenses and reimbursement of employee-paid expenses. - Payroll: submit bi-weekly payroll, manage both required and voluntary withholdings, including company flexible spending plan and 401K. - Maintain contract files. Provide 1099 tax forms to contractors, as appropriate. - Human Resources & Benefits Coordination: research available benefit plans, manage company plans and premiums. Keep employees updated on options available to them. Help insure compliance with all federal and state employment laws and standards. - Liaison to banking contact. - Management of company insurance policies. - Renew state corporate and charitable registrations. - Oversee fixed assets and leasing agreements. - Preparation of schedules for and oversight of annual audit. Ensure timely filing of the institutional 990. - Revisions to Accounting Procedures Manual, as necessary, and consistent monitoring of current accounting systems to ensure their efficiency. - Update Employee Handbook annually (or as needed). - Assistance with the development of IIK’s Annual Report, ensuring its timely delivery to the appropriate IIK contacts. b. Finance Committee - Coordination of dates, times and locations of bi-monthly meetings. - Creation of agenda for committee meetings. - Taking, typing and circulation of meeting minutes after attending all meetings. - Keeping group informed on IIK’s current financial status, future forecasts, and current financial considerations. - Monitoring IIK investments along with the help of the Finance Committee membership. c. Board of Directors - Keeping group informed on IIK’s current financial status, future forecasts and current financial considerations. d. Grant Reporting and Other Fundraising Activities - Prepare documents indicating how grant funds have been expended by IIK to meet grantmakers’ final reporting requirements. - Ongoing maintenance of accounting systems’ configuration with Raiser’s Edge donor management software to effectively track donations (from individuals, fundraising events, etc.). Effective Date of Position: May 1, 2015 FTE: Full (exempt) Salary: Competitive salary, commensurate with experience Benefits: Health, Life, Dental, Flexible Spending Account, 401K, Paid vacation, sick and personal time Résumés will be accepted until April 15, 2015. Please direct all questions regarding this position to Lisa Hill, Executive Director (lhill@iik.org, 303.839.1808 ext. 103). Cover letter and resume should be sent to: Invest in Kids, 1775 Sherman Street, Suite 2075, Denver, CO 80203 or to bdorsten@iik.org. It is the policy of IIK to prohibit discrimination against any person or organization based on age, race, sex, color, creed, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, transgender status, gender identity, gender expression, ancestry, marital status, gender, veteran status, political service, affiliation, or disability. For more information about Invest in Kids and our programs, please visit www.iik.org.

Accounting Clerk

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
Colorado Rural Health Center
Job posted on:
07 Apr 2015
Job starts on:
18 May 2015
Contact Name:
Suzanne Rick
Email:
Phone:
303-832-7493
Fax:
303-832-7496
 
Address:
3033 S. Parker Rd., Ste. 606 , Aurora, Colorado 80014
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Skills Required • Basic understanding of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) • Ability to follow policies & procedures • Strong organizational skills, attention to detail and analytical skills • Proficiency in accounting software with QuickBooks Enterprise Solutions preferred • Proficiency in Microsoft Office • Strong sense of ethics and integrity • Ability to maintain confidentiality • Ability to meet strict deadlines Education and Experience • 1-2 years’ experience assisting in an accounting or finance department • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or similar required. • Experience in a non-profit environment preferred
General Job Description:
General Description of Employer The Colorado Rural Health Center (CRHC) is a non-profit organization that serves as the State Office of Rural Health. CRHC’s mission is to enhance healthcare services in Colorado by providing information education, linkages, tools and energy toward addressing rural healthcare issues. Position Summary The Accounting Clerk assists with computing, classifying, and recording accounting transactions in accordance with standard accounting procedures. Primary responsibilities include, but are not limited to, compute, classify and record transactions in the general ledger, file back-up documentation, and research questions surrounding financial transactions. Application Process Applications will be reviewed for minimum job requirements and top candidates will be interviewed. Please email hr@coruralhealth.org with subject line Accounting Clerk. The message of the email must identify your salary requirements and have an attached cover letter and resume before review consideration is given. In addition, within the email, please identify where you found the listing for this position. THE COLORADO RURAL HEALTH CENTER IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. A CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECK WILL BE REQUIRED. NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE! Read the full job description on the CRHC website at http://coruralhealth.org/employement-opportunities

Vice President of Philanthropy

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
The Women's Foundation of Colorado
Job posted on:
07 Apr 2015
Job starts on:
15 Jun 2015
Contact Name:
Jonathan Resnick
Email:
Phone:
303-285-2964
Fax:
303-285-2978
 
Address:
1901 E. Asbury Avenue, Denver, Colorado 80208
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Qualifications • Seven to ten years of experience (minimum five to seven years managing and leading) in the development department of a philanthropic or nonprofit organization is desired • Proven track record in individual giving, major donors, corporate partnerships, foundation grants, campaigns, planned giving and special events is desired • Effective public speaker and communicator who can handle presenting proposals and adapt her/his style to different audiences • Experience with professional advisors, volunteers, legacy prospects, donors of color is desired • Familiarity with donor advised funds, giving circles, restricted/unrestricted funds, endowed/non-endowed funds a plus • Strong contacts and a network within the Colorado community is desired • Experienced supervisor and developer of people; values inclusion and actively builds a diverse team • Able to manage budgets and to support the work of the governance board and committees of the board • Can adapt regularly between handling operational details but also within the framework of understanding the big picture • Excellent interpersonal communication skills and the ability to work effectively in a team environment – viewed as a strong team player • Superior writer • Able to work independently and with a team • Travel throughout the state of Colorado and periodic evening/weekend work hours may be required • Bachelor’s degree • High proficiency in Excel, Word, Outlook. Working knowledge of Raiser’s Edge is a plus • Ability to cast a vision, design new development strategies and engage others to create and successfully implement new ideas. • Must be able to drive own vehicle to meetings and community gatherings.
General Job Description:
The mission of The Women’s Foundation of Colorado (WFCO) is: To build resources and lead change so that every woman and girl in Colorado achieves her full potential. The WFCO is boldly leading essential long-term systemic change that will advance economic opportunities for all women and girls in Colorado by: • Utilizing exceptional research to build our knowledge base and guide our actions, • Growing philanthropy that supports and advocates for women and girls in Colorado, • Promoting inclusiveness and being dedicated to diversity in the people and causes we work for, the partners we work with and the ideas we champion; and • Creating strategic partners across the state in order to fulfill our mission. Position Summary and Key Responsibilities As a member of the leadership team at the WFCO, The Vice President (VP) of Philanthropy has a critical role. This person will have the following key responsibilities within the organization: • Successful development, management and execution of an annual development plan with a fundraising goal of approximately $3 to $5 million through a multi-level, multi-faceted development approach to statewide revenue generation. • Responsible for identifying and developing new partnerships, donors, and granting opportunities as well as expanding existing partnerships and statewide donor participation • Management of a development staff of 3.5 FTEs including a major gifts officer, database and digital marketing manager, annual fund officer and statewide manager including setting and monitoring goals with staff, coaching and mentoring; and providing professional development opportunities to them • Successful cultivation and solicitation of a major donor, board of trustees and corporate sponsor portfolio. • Planning, oversight and successful execution of annual luncheon of approximately 2,000 attendees with a net revenue goal of approximately $500,000. • Active participation with the President and CEO and Board leadership in the planning and execution of donor identification, solicitation and cultivation, pledge campaigns, corporate and foundation solicitations/relations and events. • Development of a comprehensive and integrated approach to development by working closely with and encompassing our community initiatives and investments and marketing and communications functions. • Represent the Women’s Foundation of Colorado in an ethical, professional, respectful and inclusive manner with all. • Responsible for a number of key relationships with a high degree of external focus • Ability to analyze, monitor and report revenue results (with the help of the VP of Finance and Administration), create a system for trending and pacing fundraising vs. goal, and report on a consistent basis to the development team, committee and board. • Management of the development department expense budget • Development of a strategy to achieve asset growth goals to increase the current endowment in accordance with the strategic plan. • Provide strategic leadership to develop and maintain a meaningful development plan that supports execution on short and long-term initiatives through continuous assessment of Foundation resources and the changing needs of the community. • Motivate staff to ensure objectives are achieved through the development, implementation and maintenance of key departmental goals. • Work with the communications team on the development of strategic collateral materials and publications. • Remain current on policy developments, trends and critical issues in the areas of funding. Key Attributes • Commitment to and passion for the mission of The Women’s Foundation of Colorado • Commitment to the highest ethical standards and organizational transparency • Commitment to diversity and inclusiveness • Energetic, highly organized and able to handle shifting priorities, multiple goals, projects and constituencies in a calm and positive manner • Commitment to donor centered fundraising and the stewardship of existing donors • Philosophy of programmatic excellence as the basis for driving fundraising strategies • Collaborative spirit in working with the other departments within the WFCO • Comfortable working directly with donors, corporate partners, foundations and a portfolio of relationships; and with balancing multiple, concurrent fundraising initiatives. • History of securing significant gifts ($50,000 and above) from multiple sources (individual donors, corporations, foundations, etc.) and of meeting and exceeding fundraising goals. • Possess a solid understanding of nonprofit organization financial statements and analysis, budgeting and philanthropic gift instruments • Solid knowledge and experience with fundraising principles, processes and systems to insure proper documentation and maintenance of institutional knowledge • Commitment to the professional development and advancement for the development team • Commitment to maintaining confidentiality at all times. • Commitment to meeting deadlines with quality deliverables. A competitive compensation package, commensurate with level of experience is available. Interested Candidates should forward: (1) resume, (2) cover letter to: jobs@wfco.org It is the policy of The Women’s Foundation of Colorado (WFCO) not to discriminate against employees, job applicants, board members, program participants, volunteers or clients on the basis of sex, race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, physical ability, military or veteran status, or any other characteristic protected under federal, state or local law. The WFCO is an EEO/AA employer. We are dedicated to providing a work environment free from discrimination and harassment, and where employees are treated with respect and dignity.

President & CEO

Job Type:
Director
Agency:
Cherry Arts
Job posted on:
07 Apr 2015
Job starts on:
15 Jun 2015
Contact Name:
Carolyn McCormick
Email:
Phone:
111-111-1111
Fax:
na
 
Address:
2 Steele St., Denver, Colorado 80206
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Cherry Creek Arts Festival (“Cherry Arts”) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit art services organization whose mission is to provide access to a broad array of arts experiences and support arts education in Colorado. Along with the special event productions, Cherry Arts fulfills its year-round art education and outreach mission through programs including the Mobile Art Gallery, Artist in Residence programs and the Janus Student Art Buying Program. Cherry Arts has produced The Cherry Creek Arts Festival (CCAF), its signature cultural event for Colorado, annually during the 4th of July weekend since 1991. The Cherry Creek Arts Festival weekend is a world-class and award-winning celebration of the visual, culinary and performing arts, and enjoys an attendance of 350,000 visitors over the three-day event. CCAF gives patrons the FREE, rare and special opportunity to meet and talk with international visual artists, sample fine cuisine, visit special exhibits, and entertain their families with interactive “Artivities” and exciting performing arts. Cherry Arts has recently added an all-new event, Art Denver, to the event repertoire. Art Denver offers a showcase of Fine Art, Fine Fashion, Fine Design and Fine Colorado Makers and takes place in the fall, providing the Denver community with another important opportunity to experience high quality visual and performing arts and learn from active artists. LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITY The board of Cherry Arts now seeks a dynamic, visionary, highly skilled President & CEO to direct the next chapter of the development of this cultural icon. At the core of this role is delivering our annual arts festival professionally, creatively, and thoughtfully while adhering to the budget. The President & CEO also directs efforts to expand our reach into other events and to broaden our education offerings. The annual budget of Cherry Arts is $2.5 million, and we employ a fulltime staff of five dedicated professionals. Supporting our annual summer festival, we use the services of 500 talented volunteers, and our education programs reach students in a number of different ways. POSITION OVERVIEW The President & CEO works closely with the Board of Directors and consultants to plan and execute sponsorship strategies and ensures the achievement of short and long term financial goals. The President & CEO develops and maintains strong relationships with various other constituents including the Cherry Creek North Business Improvement District, the Cherry Creek Mall, the Cherry Creek Neighborhood Association, and other civic and cultural institutions. QUALIFICATIONS Qualified candidates for this position will have the following skills and experience: 1. Commitment to Mission • Thorough commitment to the mission, objectives, and programs of Cherry Arts including commitment to providing access to a broad array of arts experiences and to support arts education in Colorado. • A sincere appreciation for the arts with demonstrated engagement in the cultural landscape. Additionally candidates should have an understanding of how art adds value to people’s lives. • Understands how to develop high quality, creative cultural programming. 2. Leadership and Management Skills • Minimum of 7 years in a leadership role in a nonprofit or private sector organization with strong business acumen and experience in driving business results. • Demonstrated ability to develop and implement a strategic vision for an organization. • Experience in engaging relevant stakeholders in an organization’s vision, including sponsors, community partners, volunteers, and other constituents. • Proven experience in leading the growth of organizations and their resources and/or developing new lines of business or programs effectively. • Demonstrated experience in revenue generation and developing long term sources of financial support especially from corporate representatives. • Demonstrated ability to lead people and get results through others while working in a team environment. • Demonstrated ability to organize, direct, plan and coordinate operations including budget planning and reporting as well as active budget management across all departments. • Experience in recruiting, retaining, developing, and maintaining highly functioning staff members and holding them accountable for results. • Experience in working with a governing board and building their collective capabilities. • Technologically savvy and curious; open to using new forms of technology to support operations and to enhance programming. 3. Program & Event Delivery Skills • Strong organizational skills with an attention to detail and the ability to operate in a flexible environment. Ability to embrace change and to lead others in supporting change efforts. • Experience in high profile event production and in developing successful new events with sustainable financial and community support. • Demonstrated ability to juggle multiple tasks, priorities, and agendas. • Strong demonstrated communication skills, both oral and written. • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with the Board of Directors, sponsors, staff, community groups, artists, volunteers, and civic agencies. • Experience in working with and motivating volunteers. • Willingness and ability to work extended hours including nights and weekends. 4. Personal Qualities ? A high level of interpersonal skills to handle sensitive situations and varying personality types while possessing poise, tact, and diplomacy. ? Leadership skills, including negotiation, problem solving, decision making, delegation. ? Commitment to outstanding customer service. ? Proven ability to represent the Cherry Arts mission actively, enthusiastically, and consistently with a diverse group of stakeholders; clear ability to demonstrate the unique value Cherry Arts brings to the metro Denver area. ? Authentic, resourceful, entrepreneurial, flexible, proactive. ? Calm under pressure, with a high standard of integrity and professionalism ? Has a sense of humor. 5. Additional Requirements • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university; advanced degree preferred. • Willingness to live in the Denver metro area and be an active member of the community. Above all, we seek a proven leader who is passionate about increasing the public’s understanding and appreciation of artistic expression, who knows how to help organizations grow and develop, who values building long term relationships with a wide variety of constituents, and who can manage the complexities of a multi-day, large cultural event. If this describes you, then we want to hear from you. HOW TO APPLY Qualified candidates are encouraged to apply by sending a cover letter, resume, and salary history to our search consultant, Carolyn McCormick of Peak HR Consulting, LLC at Carolyn.McCormick@peakhrconsulting.com. All applications are to be submitted via email. To learn more about Cherry Arts and this position, please visit us at www.cherryarts.org. Cherry Arts strives to make all personnel decisions without regard to race, creed, age, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, gender, gender expression, marital status, sexual orientation, veteran status, disability, or any other protected class as required by applicable law. All employees are expected to actively support these principles and objectives in our work environment and with others with whom we come into contact.
General Job Description:
In conjunction with the Board of Directors, the President & CEO develops and executes the strategic vision for the Cherry Creek Arts Festival (“Cherry Arts”) in accordance with its mission and for the long term success of the organization. The President & CEO then implements that vision through detailed plans and effective and efficient operations. The President & CEO is responsible for enhancing and maintaining a strong collaborative, results-oriented culture that drives the organization and its staff to achieve excellence.

IT Support Technician

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
The Action Center
Job posted on:
03 Apr 2015
Job starts on:
27 Apr 2015
Contact Name:
jobs@theactioncenterco.org
Email:
Phone:
303-237-7704
Fax:
 
Address:
8755 W 14th Ave, Lakewood, Colorado 80215
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Email resume and cover letter to: jobs@theactioncenterco.org Currently interviewing - please apply as soon as possible but no later than April 12, 2015. Part-time, non-exempt position: 24 hours week (occasional evening and weekend hours may be required) Responsible for maintaining the Information Technology (IT) function including hardware/software issues, providing user support and assisting with IT infrastructure. •Require technical certificate(s) (e.g. Network+, A+, Cisco, Microsoft) with two years IT experience; or a minimum five years IT experience •Prefer experience with Virtualization (HyperV), Networking and Hardware •Computer proficiency required including an understanding of hardware systems, email systems, software (Microsoft server/desktop operating systems, Microsoft Office), Google, cloud/web applications and SAS •Highly organized, detail oriented and able to work independently •Ability to exercise initiative and flexible in managing time •Excellent communicator with the ability to relate well to individuals possessing various levels of skills and expertise •High school graduate or GED
General Job Description:
•Install and maintain computer hardware including new workstation deployment, install and maintain computer hardware (desktops, laptops, audio/visual equipment and peripherals). •Install, maintain and upgrade software as well as administer, maintain and develop internal systems such as Internet, cloud applications and email. •Support and troubleshooting, including hardware, software and communication issues, telephone and email problems, computer workstations, and internet. Assist with training when needed. •Asset tracking, including maintaining an up-to-date inventory of IT equipment as well as back stock of spare parts and consumable items. •Maintain and assist with the expansion of the network infrastructure including switches, cabling, network equipment and server virtualization. •Preparation of systems including disk imaging, renaming and joining to domain and system testing. Maintain up-to-date workstation images and deploy where necessary. •Monitor and report any detected breach of the IT acceptable use policy or generally accepted IT safe practices to the IT Manager. Help ensure all systems are in line with the organization’s technology policy. •Provide technology service support for special programs and off-site events (such as Santa Shop, holiday food, school supplies). •Evaluate, bench test, and make determinations regarding what can be cleaned, repaired and re-deployed or prepped for recycling. •Assist with IT documentation (policies, procedures, designs) and create documentation for new and expanding systems.

Marketing Coordinator

Job Type:
Other Manager (CFO, Marketing, etc)
Agency:
Gamma Phi Beta Foundation
Job posted on:
03 Apr 2015
Job starts on:
01 Jun 2015
Contact Name:
Courtney Ellis
Email:
Phone:
720.457.1285
Fax:
 
Address:
12737 E. Euclid Drive, Centennial, Colorado 80111
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES: * Create and clear, concise and effective marketing collateral and multimedia communications that are consistent with Gamma Phi Beta Foundation’s brand standards. * Develop and design core Foundation graphics, collateral, fundraising appeals and event materials. * Assist with research, writing and editing for a variety of projects. * Identify, plan and implement new marketing campaign strategies. * Assist with planning and coordination for various Foundation events. * Maintain a high level of confidentiality involving all Foundation work. * Must display a significant level of maturity, personal integrity and ability to understand, develop and sustain resilient relationships with donors, Trustees, colleagues and vendors. QUALIFICATIONS: * Bachelor's degree and minimum 1 year professional experience in graphic design and marketing, public relations or related field. * Strong knowledge of social media (popular and emerging). * Demonstrated ability to excel in a highly collaborative environment. * Able to coordinate, prioritize and meet deadlines on multiple, simultaneous projects. * Computer proficiency of Microsoft Office and demonstrated extensive experience with Adobe Creative Suite (InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop).
General Job Description:
The Gamma Phi Beta Foundation is seeking a full-time, graphic design and communications professional to support the Foundation team in day-to-day activities including marketing, visual communications, social media, public relations and outreach efforts. The Marketing Coordinator will increase the effectiveness of our communications to members and the community to accomplish both program and fundraising objectives.

Program Associate

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
Davis Phinney Foundation for Parkinson's
Job posted on:
02 Apr 2015
Job starts on:
13 May 2015
Contact Name:
Heather Hine
Email:
Phone:
303-733-3340
Fax:
303-733-3350
 
Address:
1722 14th Street, Suite 150, Boulder, Colorado 80302
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
We are looking for someone who takes initiative and is reliable, self-disciplined and organized. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, both verbal and written, are critical to this position; as well as a creative mind for developing future promotions and programs. The ideal candidate is able to multi-task while working independently and within a team. A strong aptitude for learning and adapting to changing technologies is required as well as a high level of proficiency using Microsoft Office Suite programs. Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent experience) and 2+ years of relevant work experience are required. This position is full-time (based on a 40-hour work week) located at the Foundation’s office in Boulder, Colorado. Expected hours for this position are 9 am – 5 pm, with some travel and occasional weekend and evening work required. Salary will be commensurate with background and experience, plus paid vacation and sick time and health insurance benefits.
General Job Description:
In this position, you will work as part of the Programs Team to develop, increase awareness, participation and usage of the Davis Phinney Foundation’s unique and comprehensive programs on living well with Parkinson’s. We are looking for a self-motivated team player who has the ability and desire to perform a variety of functions in a rewarding and dynamic work environment. This position reports to the Programs Manager and works closely with other staff members, vendors, third party partners and the greater Parkinson’s community. The Foundation provides essential information, practical tools and personal encouragement to people living with Parkinson’s and funds research closely aligned with its mission – improving the lives of people living with Parkinson’s. The majority of focus in this role will be on The Victory Summit® symposia series, which brings local communities together for a moving day of information and inspiration as movement disorder experts present on timely topics, focusing on actions people can do today to live well with Parkinson’s. This role will include supporting other major initiatives including, but not limited to: The Living Well Challenge™ is an educational webinar series featuring movement disorder experts speaking on topics of interest to people affected by Parkinson’s disease. The Every Victory Counts® manual gives people living with Parkinson’s, their care partners and family members – the tools they need to take control of their own Parkinson’s treatment through a proactive approach to self-care. Parkinson’s Exercise Essentials Exercise video provides a range of workouts that can be modified for any level of fitness, from beginner to advanced, and can be performed at home, in a fitness center or out in the community. Research – annually, ten percent of our budget goes to fund innovative, early-phase research focused on exercise, speech, movement and other factors that affect quality of life with PD. Primary Responsibilities We strive to increase the number of persons living with Parkinson’s and their families who attend, watch, download and actively engage with the Foundation’s programs. To achieve this goal you will: • Serve as a key point person for the programs team by developing a deep understanding of Parkinson’s, with a specific focus on current trends, how the Foundation’s programs are applicable and how programs can evolve; • Develop and manage event and organizational marketing materials, including program books, website content, etc.; • Nurture relationships with local and national partners and sponsors throughout the planning process and after the event • Negotiate and manage vendor agreements as necessary, including sourcing, bidding, budgeting and expense tracking; • Conduct research on and make initial contact with local and national Parkinson’s organizations, support groups and wellness classes to promote the programs as tools; • Support the distinct marketing strategies for these programs while leveraging their complimentary nature to maximize programmatic efforts; • Define metrics to measure program success, including but not limited to developing surveys, synthesizing data and compiling feedback. Collaborate with staff to integrate key learning from metrics into future programs; • Clearly communicate the importance and usability of each program at events • Support and build the Foundation’s reputation as a leading resource for living well tools • Travel and represent the Davis Phinney Foundation at Parkinson’s related events • Assist in other activities on the behalf of the Foundation

Assistant Director of Evaluation

Job Type:
Other Manager (CFO, Marketing, etc)
Agency:
Denver Scholarship Foundation
Job posted on:
30 Mar 2015
Job starts on:
04 May 2015
Contact Name:
Keren Zuniga McDowell
Email:
Phone:
3039514146
Fax:
 
Address:
303 E. 17th Ave, Suite 200, Denver, Colorado 80203
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
• Master’s degree in education, evaluation, public administration, social sciences, or related field • At least three years of experience designing and implementing program assessments and evaluations • Knowledge of federal, state, and local college access and college success issues and barriers to higher education faced by low-income and first-generation students • Demonstrated proficiency in qualitative and quantitative research design and implementation, and descriptive and inferential statistics • Experience working with large datasets • Experience producing reports for internal and external audiences • Ability to interpret and translate data for a broad audience • Experience with databases and willingness to learn new database systems • High level of proficiency in SPSS, Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint • Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills
General Job Description:
The Assistant Director of Evaluation is responsible for strengthening DSF’s capacity to assess the effectiveness of college access and success programming, identifying promising practices, supporting ongoing programmatic improvement, and evaluating the impact of DSF programming on student outcomes. The Assistant Director of Evaluation will supervise the Data Manager and part-time graduate assistant(s), and will report to the Director of College Success. Please review the full job description online: http://www.denverscholarship.org/contact#career-op

Development Director

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
New Era Colorado
Job posted on:
29 Mar 2015
Job starts on:
25 May 2015
Contact Name:
Nina Kadjar
Email:
Phone:
720-565-9317
Fax:
 
Address:
1722 Humboldt Street, Denver, Colorado 80218
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Qualifications: A minimum of 2 years of previous fundraising experience at a nonprofit or electoral campaign or 3 years of political or progressive non-profit experience is required. Exemplary communicator: The ideal candidate is a friendly, confident, poised speaker, and can adapt well to any audience. The Development Director must possess strong speaking and presentation skills. Strategic thinker & proactive problem-solver: The Development Director must be able to think strategically about fundraising at New Era. The ideal candidate must have an inquisitive mind that’s always analyzing processes and planning improvements, and is able to develop strategic fundraising goals and tactics for New Era. Organized & detail-oriented: The Development Director will be juggling and managing multiple projects at one time. The ideal candidate is able to develop internal systems to keep development projects and the development team organized. Exceptional writer: The ideal candidate is a proficient, tactical as well as witty writer that is able to wear a variety of different writing “hats,” when writing pieces such as, but not limited to: grant proposals, compelling fundraising emails and lively and humorous event pitches. Passion for New Era’s mission: The ideal candidate presents a strong commitment and passion for New Era’s mission in order to effectively promote and advance the goals of New Era Colorado. Ability to thrive in a fast-paced, dynamic campaign environment The Development Director is able to thrive in their role at New Era even when working long and nontraditional hours, and must be able to manage time effectively when working such hours. Preferred qualifications: Knowledge of Colorado politics and the progressive nonprofit infrastructure: The ideal candidate is familiar with the Colorado political landscape and progressive nonprofit infrastructure, and already has relationships with key stakeholders in this sphere. Management experience: The ideal candidate has experience managing other staff and has a proven track record of communicating effectively and maintaining positive working relationships with staff they have managed. Knowledge of NGP/EveryAction database: The ideal candidate has working knowledge of and experience with NGP/EveryAction
General Job Description:
*New Era Colorado and New Era Colorado Action Fund are hiring for a Development Director. *See the full job posting at: http://neweracolorado.org/2015/03/20/now-hiring-development-director/#.VRhq__nF8rk. About New Era Colorado: New Era Colorado is a multi-issue organization committed to engaging, educating, and training a new generation of active citizens and young leaders in Colorado. New Era is a full-spectrum civic engagement organization; we provide the resources and tools for young people to gain collective power in all levels of the democratic process, including issue organizing, electoral mobilization, and the legislative process. New Era meets its mission through programming that falls under three main areas: innovative and hands-on leadership development, peer-to-peer civic engagement work that effectively engages voters on the ground, and issue advocacy through both grassroots and policy efforts. Job Summary New Era Colorado seeks a Development Director to lead all fundraising operations and stakeholder relationship building. This position in based in Denver, Colorado. Salary ranges between $35,000-$45,000 and is commensurate with experience. The position also includes health insurance and regional public transportation benefits. New Era’s revenue development relies on a combination of grant-writing and foundation support, major gifts of $500 and up, a robust monthly membership program, business revenue and in-kind donations, and small-dollar donations of less than $500 through numerous events throughout the year, mailings and online fundraising campaigns. See the full job posting at: http://neweracolorado.org/2015/03/20/now-hiring-development-director/#.VRhq__nF8rk To Apply Please submit a resume, cover letter, and three references to the attention of Nina Kadjar to jobs@neweracolorado.org. New Era Colorado is an equal opportunity employer. If you have any questions about the position, please contact New Era’s Development Manager, Nina Kadjar, at nina@neweracolorado.org.

Housing and Facilities Services Assistant

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
Gamma Phi Beta International Sorority
Job posted on:
27 Mar 2015
Job starts on:
31 May 2015
Contact Name:
Human Resources
Email:
Phone:
3037991874
Fax:
3037991876
 
Address:
12737 E Euclid Drive, Centennial, Colorado 80111
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Essential Job Functions and Responsibilities: Core duties and responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned. • Implement and maintain all functions of Billhighway that pertain to participating AHCs to include member billing, vendor payments, payroll, and other files as necessary. • Assist with developing processes and procedures to follow up on past due member payments • Maintain reporting of the Facility Management Annual Report for all AHCs. Assist with reconciling all EINs for chapters, AHCs, and alumnae groups to record accurate filing of the 990 tax return as required by federal tax reporting guidelines. Additional Job Functions • Coordinate with financial volunteer leaders as needs arise. • Provide additional assistance as needed within the housing/facility department. • Perform other duties that may be assigned. Education and/or Experience: Associate's degree (A. A.) or equivalent from two-year college or technical school; or six months to one year related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Other Qualifications: • Organized, accurate and efficient • Excellent follow through and attention to detail • Ability to provide outstanding customer service • Good command of the English language • Good telephone and e-mail manners • Ability to prioritize projects • Gamma Phi Beta membership (or membership in other social Greek-letter organization) a plus Computer Skills: To perform this job successfully, an individual should have knowledge of: Internet Software; Spreadsheet Software (Excel); Word Processing Software (Word); Electronic Mail Software (Outlook)
General Job Description:
The housing and facilities services assistant is a newly created position that reports directly to the housing and facilities services manager and is located in Centennial, CO in suburban Denver. This position is primarily responsible to provide support for Facilities Management Company Fee for Service program offered to affiliated house corporation boards and by providing administrative support and completing tasks including data entry, accounts payable, reporting and on-boarding to provide support for the Facilities Management Company Fee for Service program offered to affiliated house corporation boards. Gamma Phi Beta Sorority is an equal opportunity employer. The review of applicants credentials will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Only qualified candidates will be contacted. No phone calls or emails, please. For a detailed description of the housing and facilities services assistant position, go to http://www.gammaphibeta.org/housingandfacilitiesservicesassistant. This position is based at International Headquarters in Centennial, Colorado. Telecommuting is not available. Candidates interested in this non-exempt, full time, hourly position are asked to submit a cover letter, resume and salary history on the application link provided. Hourly rate is $16/hour.

FMC Housing and Facilities Assistant

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
Gamma Phi Beta International Sorority
Job posted on:
27 Mar 2015
Job starts on:
31 May 2015
Contact Name:
Human Resources
Email:
Phone:
3037991874
Fax:
3037991876
 
Address:
12737 E Euclid Drive, Centennial, Colorado 80111
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Essential Job Functions and Responsibilities: Core duties and responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned. • Implement and maintain all functions of Billhighway that pertain to FMC facilities to include member billing, vendor payments, payroll, and other files as necessary. • Assist with developing processes and procedures to follow up on past due member payments. • Maintain reporting of the Facility Management Annual Report for all AHCs. • Assist with reconciling all EINs for chapters, AHCs, and alumnae groups to record accurate filing of the 990 tax return as required by federal tax reporting guidelines. Additional Job Functions • Coordinate with financial volunteer leaders as needs arise. • Provide additional assistance as needed within the housing/facility department. • Perform other duties that may be assigned. Education and/or Experience: Associate's degree (A. A.) or equivalent from two-year college or technical school; or six months to one year related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Other Qualifications: • Organized, accurate and efficient • Excellent follow through and attention to detail • Ability to provide outstanding customer service • Good command of the English language Good telephone and e-mail manners • Ability to prioritize projects • Gamma Phi Beta membership (or membership in other social Greek-letter organization) a plus Computer Skills: To perform this job successfully, an individual should have knowledge of: Internet Software; Spreadsheet Software (Excel); Word Processing Software (Word); Electronic Mail Software (Outlook)
General Job Description:
The FMC Housing/Facilities Assistant is a newly created position that reports directly to the manager, FMC Housing/Facilities and is located in Centennial, CO in suburban Denver. This position is primarily responsible for providing administrative support and completing tasks including data entry, accounts payable, reporting and research for FMC owned and operated facilities. Gamma Phi Beta Sorority is an equal opportunity employer. The review of applicants credentials will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Only qualified candidates will be contacted. No phone calls or emails, please. For a detailed description of the FMC housing and facilities assistant position, go to http://www.gammaphibeta.org/fmchousingandfacilitiesassistant. This position is based at International Headquarters in Centennial, Colorado. Telecommuting is not available. Candidates interested in this non-exempt, full time, hourly position are asked to submit a cover letter, resume and salary history on the application link provided. Hourly rate is $16/hour.

Director of Programs

Job Type:
Program Director
Agency:
Hunger Free Colorado
Job posted on:
25 Mar 2015
Job starts on:
01 May 2015
Contact Name:
Toni Schmid
Email:
Phone:
303-228-7975
Fax:
 
Address:
1801 Williams St., Ste 200, Denver, Colorado 80218
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Qualifications & Attributes • Passionate and knowledgeable about eradicating hunger through federal nutrition programs • Familiarity with Colorado policy systems and implementation structures of federal nutrition programs • Experience managing several programs and multiple priorities with high attention to detail • Innovative, strategic thinker who loves challenges and creating solutions • Strong interpersonal communication skills which include transparency, humor and intuition • Strong public speaking skills and superior written communication skills including familiarity with Microsoft Office products including but not limited to Word, Excel, PowerPoint as well as Sales Force • Demonstrated experience developing and evaluating program outcomes; ability to set goals and critically analyze activities to determine if goals were achieved • Knowledge of metro Denver non-profit community and experience building key partnerships • Demonstrated experience in financial management • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university and a minimum ten years of experience in a nonprofit leadership role; advanced degree preferred •Valid driver’s license and access to reliable vehicle is necessary Work Environment • Ability to work in a variety of office and community settings • Some early and late and hours will be necessary; occasional weekend hours • Ability to lift 25 pounds
General Job Description:
Job Summary Hunger Free Colorado is looking for a mission driven, wicked smart, savvy and creative Director of Programs to join our senior leadership team. We are looking for an individual who dreams of putting a nonprofit out of business not building an empire, is maniacal about metrics, whose middle name is “relationship”, embodies our core values of partnership, nutrition, innovation and community and has a proven track record of executing a strategic plan with strong staff buy-in. The Director supervises staff members on the design, implementation, and evaluation of each program area which currently includes child nutrition, the food assistance program, older adult nutrition, and designated special projects. The Director is responsible for developing and supporting staff members, creating and managing program budgets, and ensuring data is accurately collected and reported for all programs. The Director will innovate and develop new solutions to the issue of hunger in Colorado which includes the ability to consider ramifications of systemic barriers and change from the federal policy to the neighborhood level. Principal Duties and Responsibilities Propels Staff Success • Recruit, hire, evaluate performance, and aid in professional development of supervised staff • Act as thinking partner, mentor and sounding board • Builds high functioning, collaboration oriented team; motivates and empowers the team to deliver outstanding performance Program Design, Implementation & Evaluation • Provides oversight and support of strategies, measurable outcomes and programs, including ensuring programs are achieving performance measures and are within budget • Develop a program evaluation framework to assess the strengths of the programs and to identify areas for improvement. Monitor the program activities on a regular basis and conduct a quarterly evaluation according to program evaluation framework. Report evaluation findings to the Deputy Director and recommend changes to enhance the program, as appropriate. • Work with program managers/leads to create programming budgets and ensure the budget is adhered to throughout fiscal year. • Shares in knowledge dissemination, reporting, and communications • Support development staff to complete funder reports and requests Partnership Cultivation • Identify and cultivate relationships with professional and community partners to build programs • Knowledge of metro Denver nonprofit community • Builds and maintains strong internal relationships To apply: Please send a resume with salary requirements, one page of major career accomplishments and a cover letter demonstrating your qualifications as a single document titled “LAST NAME_FIRST NAME_Program Director” to hr@hungerfreecolorado.org by 4/10/15

Director of Development

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
Civic Center Conservancy
Job posted on:
18 Mar 2015
Job starts on:
01 May 2015
Contact Name:
Carolyn McCormick
Email:
Phone:
111-111-1111
Fax:
na
 
Address:
1560 Broadway, Denver, Colorado 80202
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Established in 2004, the Civic Center Conservancy is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to restoring, enhancing and activating downtown Denver’s Civic Center Park – elevating and sustaining the historic urban oasis as an iconic community and cultural hub. Working with the City and County of Denver, the 10-year-old Civic Center Conservancy has helped to usher in a new era of vibrancy and activity in Civic Center Park – bringing the community together to realize Civic Center Park’s potential and propel this historic space into the 21st century. Named a Frontline Park by the national City Parks Alliance in 2011, Civic Center is now recognized as a "leading example of urban parks creating economic, environmental and social capital through innovative partnerships." In 2012, Civic Center was named Denver’s first and only National Historic Landmark. Opportunity to Make a Difference The leadership of the Conservancy now seeks to add an experienced, committed Development Director to our thriving enterprise. Collaborating with the Executive Director and the Board of Directors, the Development Director creates and successfully implements the Civic Center Conservancy’s fundraising strategies and initiatives, supporting the organization’s sustainability, programmatic expansion and mission-based goals. What Does it Take to Succeed in this Role Qualified candidates will have the following: • Track record of success in a start-up, small nonprofit, and/or campaign where staff wear multiple hats and have limited resources with which to implement big ideas. • Proven experience in the 1) identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of individual donors 2) foundations/grants, and 3) corporate sponsors. • Applicants must have strong project management skills, be deadline-driven, a strategic thinker and self-starter. • Ability to work collaboratively with colleagues, board members, external partners, contractors and volunteers. • Strong with technology - specifically Microsoft Word, Xcel, PowerPoint and Outlook; database management software, and social media. • Highly organized with tremendous attention to detail and ability to multi-task. • Strong interpersonal and customer service skills; excellent written and verbal communication skills. • Ability to anticipate and solve problems; ability to anticipate opportunities and capitalize on them. • Self-motivated, outgoing, personable and professional. • Willingness to pitch in on projects outside of normal job scope. • Ability to work flexible hours with occasional weekends and evenings. • The ideal candidate will have a passion for public spaces and/or urban placemaking. We also look for candidates to have experience as follows: • A minimum of 5 years fund development experience, with demonstrated success in developing working relationships with funders and a proven track record with individual giving and fundraising events. Experience with grants/foundations, corporate sponsorships and/or membership programs is ideal, but not required. • Experience developing and implementing a long-range strategic development plan. • Experienced in the development of marketing strategies leading to measurable results, specifically as it relates to development and fundraising. • Event planning experience preferred, but not required. • Minimum of a four-year college degree from an accredited college in the area of non-profit management, communications, marketing, business administration or related discipline; graduate work in a related field is strongly preferred. Above all, we are looking for a strong, ethical, committed fund development professional who is passionate about making a difference in our growing and dynamic community. A sense of humor and enthusiasm for the urban outdoors will help ensure success as a member of our team. Ready to Apply? Qualified applicants are encouraged to apply by sending a cover letter, resume, salary requirements, and two writing samples – all as attachments in one e-mail – to our search consultant, Carolyn McCormick of Peak HR Consulting, LLC at Carolyn.McCormick@peakhrconsulting.com. All applications are to be submitted via email. To learn more about this role and the exciting work of the Conservancy, please visit us at www.civiccenterconservancy.org . The Civic Center Conservancy is an equal opportunity employer and encourages all qualified candidates to apply.
General Job Description:
The work of the Development Director includes developing strategic and tactical revenue generation plans, putting those plans into action with individual donors, foundations, and corporate sponsors, building a strong presence in the funding community, partnering with other staff members and board members in the delivery of iconic events, and ensuring the long term sustainability of the Conservancy.

Executive Director

Job Type:
Director
Agency:
Ignite Adaptive Sports
Job posted on:
17 Mar 2015
Job starts on:
01 Jun 2015
Contact Name:
David Levin
Email:
Phone:
303-258-1166
Fax:
 
Address:
P.O. Box 19106, Boulder, Colorado 80308
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
The Executive Director must have working knowledge of human resource management, be adept with computer technology, have strong verbal and writing skills, be able to comfortably prioritize and delegate tasks and be familiar with accounting and financial management. Above all, motivational and networking skills are required to lead a long-term initiative, which increases Ignite’s profile in the Front Range community and develops sustainable funding sources to ensure our viability. Additionally, qualifications include: • Bachelor’s degree; masters preferred but not required. • Ideal candidate will have 5-7 years nonprofit management and fundraising experience with demonstrated experience in meeting goals. • Experience with donor database applications, prefer proficiency in Donor Perfect. To Apply: Please email your resume and cover letter with salary requirements to president@igniteadaptivesports.org
General Job Description:
The Executive Director contributes to the accomplishment of this mission by providing direction and leadership for the successful implementation of all aspects of Ignite’s programs and operations as prescribed by the mission statement and the Board of Directors. These include program development, management, supervision and evaluation of Ignite’s programs, fiscal management, facilities, volunteer personnel, marketing and public relations. In addition, the Executive Director is responsible for leading the execution, analysis, planning and evaluation of all fundraising efforts and managing the Development team.

Executive Director, Education Foundation

Job Type:
Director
Agency:
St. Vrain Valley Schools
Job posted on:
16 Mar 2015
Job starts on:
04 May 2015
Contact Name:
John Poynton
Email:
Phone:
303-776-6200
Fax:
 
Address:
395 S. Pratt Parkway, Longmont, Colorado 80501
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Position Description: The Executive Director is responsible for providing leadership in the development and achievement of the Foundation's mission and strategic goals, particularly in the areas of fundraising and community relations. Qualifications: • BA degree in Management/Non-Profit Management or demonstrated experience required. • Expert knowledge of and demonstrated ability in employing non-profit management principles. • Expert knowledge of and demonstrated ability in employing fundraising principles. • Solid knowledge of and demonstrated ability in employing grant writing principles. • Solid knowledge of and demonstrated ability in employing general budgeting and financial management principles. • Solid knowledge of and demonstrated ability in employing public relations and marketing principles. • Ability to engage in creative thinking and problem solving. • Ability to effectively communicate with individuals and groups at all professional levels. • Expert organizational, writing, speaking, and interpersonal skills. • Ability to successfully and positively manage other people. • Ability to work effectively with various technologies including word processing software, internet based databases, etc. • Strong commitment to education within the St. Vrain Valley School District (SVVSD).
General Job Description:
Responsibilities: • In collaboration with the Board of Directors, facilitate, develop, and implement a regular strategic planning process that ensures that the Foundation aligns with the St. Vrain Valley School District’s strategic initiatives. In addition, develop an annual development plan with goals, activities, and measures for tracking success. • In collaboration with the Board president, manage all Foundation board activities such as recruitment, training in fundraising techniques, communication of information about the needs of the SVVSD, provision of fundraising opportunities, recognition, and board and committee meetings; prepare all board materials such as agendas, updates, annual calendar, and reports. • Manage all responsibilities related to the operation of the Foundation including management of all Foundation programs. • In collaboration with the treasurer of the Board, its Finance Committee, and its Bookkeeping Service, manage all financial dealings of the Foundation including preparing the annual Foundation budget, tracking revenue and expenditures, maintaining bank and investment accounts, and processing contributions. • Manage all public awareness and marketing activities of the Foundation, including campaigns, mailings, and any other actions prescribed by the board of directors. Serve as the primary representative of, and spokesperson for, the Foundation throughout the community and routinely enhance the image and visibility of the Foundation through community presentations, the use of social media, and frequent personal contacts. • Manage the overall grant writing effort of the Foundation, including identifying appropriate funders, working with individual departments to identify needs, preparing, and submitting applications, and tracking all grant efforts of the organization. • Manage all aspects of Foundation-sponsored fundraising and recognition events, including the Crayons to Calculators program for SVVSD in conjunction with Impact on Education. • Coordinate all administrative duties such as data entry, reporting, and personal and public acknowledgment of charitable gifts. • Supervise Foundation staff and any contractors and/or volunteers. Application Process: • Complete the online application, including the attachment of a letter of interest, resume, two letters of recommendation and any position specific materials by going to the following Internet website: http://www.svvsd.org/employment Equal Opportunity Employer

Program Outreach Intern

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
National Endowment for Financial Education
Job posted on:
12 Mar 2015
Job starts on:
01 Jul 2015
Contact Name:
Amy Marty
Email:
Phone:
3037416333
Fax:
 
Address:
1331 17th St Ste 1200, Denver, Colorado 80202
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Required Qualifications: • Working toward a degree in communications, marketing, or nonprofit management • College junior, senior or graduate student • Available to work in downtown Denver office 10-15 hours/week • Strong written and oral communication skills • Attention to detail and accuracy when completing work assignments • Highly organized • Professional presence and demeanor • Good time management skills and ability to work independently • Proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel Preferred Qualifications: • Experience working with websites • Experience working in customer- or client-facing service roles • Personal finance knowledge (budgeting, tips for saving money, credit and debt) • Interest in the nonprofit industry and program development
General Job Description:
The National Endowment for Financial Education® (NEFE®) seeks a paid, part-time program outreach intern to assist the CashCourse® program for the 2015 fall semester. CashCourse is an online financial education program for college students. Learn more at www.cashcourse.org. Responsibilities: Duties of the program outreach intern will include, but are not limited to: • Facilitating a marketing campaign marketed to CashCourse users, schools, and influencer networks • Editing and updating program content • Researching new communication channels for program marketing • Assisting with the development of conference materials • Working on marketing plans and campaigns • Other support as needed Duration of Internship/Expected Hours: This is a paid part-time internship. The intern will work 10-15 hours/week (spread over 3-4 days) during the fall semester. The internship will occur during normal business hours (between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m.); telecommuting is not permitted. Start date: July or August 2015, depending on availability Finish date: December 2015 Compensation: $12/hour, without benefits Submit: Please e-mail cover letter and resume to Amy Marty at cashcourse@nefe.org by Friday, May 1, 2015.

Executive Director

Job Type:
Director
Agency:
Sprout City Farms
Job posted on:
09 Mar 2015
Job starts on:
15 May 2015
Contact Name:
SCF Board of Directors
Email:
Phone:
(303)521-0675
Fax:
 
Address:
PO Box 181396, Denver, Colorado 80218
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Minimum Qualifications: *Able to articulate why the mission, vision, and work of SCF matter. *Proven ability to manage strategic fundraising plan development and implementation exceeding $200,000 annually that includes donor cultivation, grants and philanthropic support, corporate partnerships, and preferably social enterprise income. *Strong, collaborative leader and team builder who can foster a healthy and productive work environment with proven experience managing people, budgets, and programs in order to achieve clear and measurable goals. *Excellent interpersonal skills, with the demonstrated ability to interact effectively and respectfully with people from diverse backgrounds with strong intercultural awareness. Strong communication skills including public speaking, verbal, and written communication. Preferred Qualifications: *Social enterprise experience *Community organizing experience *Understanding of social media and technology *Familiarity with the Denver area, including its history and diverse neighborhoods *Knowledge of and passion for community-centered food systems and farming *Spanish language skills helpful but not required
General Job Description:
Sprout City Farms (SCF) is a Denver nonprofit with the mission to cultivate educational urban farms that engage and strengthen communities. For more information on SCF, our people, and programs, please visit sproutcityfarms.org. We are currently seeking a qualified community leader who has start-up and growth-stage leadership experience to serve as our Executive Director. This is a dynamic and challenging time in our organization’s history, and the Executive Director will play a crucial role in strategically positioning SCF for future impact and growth. The Executive Director will work with staff and the Board of Directors to advance SCF’s mission, vision, desired impact, and financial objectives while ensuring that SCF has the necessary resources to succeed. 1. Community Engagement *Representation: advocate for Sprout City Farms’ mission, strategies, programs, and people to donors, funders, partners, and other external stakeholders. *Leadership and relationships: Connect with grassroots and community organizations, partners, and neighborhood representatives to nurture community-led programs and active engagement. Identify and leverage local leadership in and around SCF farm communities. *Communication and marketing: manage public relations and internal communication, and ensure that SCF’s marketing and branding activities align with SCF’s strategic objectives. 2. Organizational Leadership *Strategic planning: partner with board and staff to develop and execute effective, short- and long-range plans to guide SCF’s programs toward achieving the organization’s mission. *Work with the Board President to plan and facilitate effective monthly board meetings. 3.Organizational Development *Human Resources: Work with staff to establish an inclusive, innovative, and supportive work environment, maximize the professional growth and development of staff, oversee all human resource needs, and ensure compliance with labor laws. *Programs: Oversee the development, management, and evaluation of SCF’s programs. *Board development: equip the Board of Directors to perform its duties to advise, govern, oversee organizational performance, and assist with the leadership and general promotion of the organization; effectively leverage the unique experiences and skills of board members; foster strong staff-board relationships. 4. Stewardship *Administration: Lead staff, vendors, and contractors to administer programs and operations and ensure effective and efficient utilization of all SCF staff and organizational resources. *Accountability: create measures and systems to ensure high performance, achievement of established metrics, and fulfillment of obligations. *Financial management: Work with the board treasurer and outside service providers as needed to ensure that appropriate systems and controls are in place; oversee all aspects of financial performance; develop and manage the budget; and ensure that SCF operates within budget and resources. *Legal compliance and oversight: complete all necessary registrations and file all reports to ensure compliance with laws, regulations and contracts. *Financial Resource Development: generate and manage financial resources from diverse funding sources to sufficiently fund SCF’s mission; solicit funding from corporations, foundations and individuals for the general operation and programs of SCF; oversee grant administration and reporting. This is a full-time, salaried position that requires occasional local travel and evening/weekend work. All SCF positions are currently field-based/home-office. The preferred candidate will be a self-starter who is able to effectively work in a home office environment. Initial compensation $45-50,000 dependent on experience. Sprout City Farms is an equal opportunity employer and encourages qualified people of all backgrounds to apply. To apply, please send an email with the subject “Executive Director” with your cover letter and resume attached to: board@sproutcityfarms.org. Priority will be given to candidates who respond by April 1, 2015. In the cover letter, please address the following: 1. In your own words, how do community-centered food systems impact equity, wellness, and the environment? 2. A brief description of your experience and professional perspective on each of the four areas of principal job duties and responsibilities listed above (community engagement, organizational leadership, organizational development, and stewardship).

Executive Director

Job Type:
Director
Agency:
YWCA - Pueblo
Job posted on:
04 Mar 2015
Job starts on:
04 May 2015
Contact Name:
Ruth Nerenberg
Email:
Phone:
719-542-6904
Fax:
 
Address:
801 N Santa Fe Ave, Pueblo, Colorado 81003
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor of Science degree in Business or Non Profit, with at least 5 years of demonstrated Human Resource, Fiscal, Fund Raising and Non-Profit experience. Furthermore, a good candidate will have a combination of education and experience that will enable the applicant to identify and respond to the needs and concerns of women, as well as operate and promote a community-based organization. The position requires strong communication skills, both written and verbal; the ability to problem solve and multi-task in a high stress environment while maintaining confidentiality, effectiveness and efficiency.Must be able to meet transportation requirements of the position.
General Job Description:
The Executive Director shall perform those duties as outlined in the By-Laws of the Association and the By-Laws of the Board of Directors. This position carries major responsibility for representing the Association in the community; working with the board and volunteers, administrative responsibility for carrying out the policies of the Association as established by the board including supervision of staff, program and support staff; financial development and fiscal policy implementation; program development, and facility management. In addition, the Executive Director’s duties, if not already enumerated in the By-Laws of the YWCA, shall include but are not limited to the following duties in 4 major categories: Fund raising, Board interaction, Administration and Community Outreach.

Intern

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
Urban Waters Partnership - The Water Connection
Job posted on:
04 Mar 2015
Job starts on:
04 May 2015
Contact Name:
Devon Buckels
Email:
Phone:
720-837-3289
Fax:
 
Address:
3455 Ringsby Court - Unit #110, Denver, Colorado 80216
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND: Bachelor’s degree; enrolled in graduate non-profit management, public administration, environmental science, financial, or business graduate program, second year preferred. Experience in a combination of these areas is ideal. EXPERIENCE OR SPECIAL SKILLS DESIRED: • General, basic-level familiarity Colorado water and natural resource issues • Knowledge of emerging financing tools and practices including sustainable, responsible and impact investing • Familiarity with concepts related to public-private partnerships
General Job Description:
INTERN RESPONSIBILITIES: Phase I: Market Feasibility Analysis for The Water Connection Under the supervision of faculty and the Urban Waters Partnership Coordinator, the intern will conduct a market feasibility analysis for The Water Connection to address the following: 1) Description of the service(s). 2) Current market analysis including identification of the market, competition, and marketplace gaps. Are the proposed products / services already saturated in the Denver area ? 3) Who are the players / entities that are providing those products or services? 4) Competitive advantage analysis 5) Anticipated future market potential and potential funding sources. Who are potential partners? 6) Financial feasibility analysis including start-up capital requirements and forecast future profitability Market research should include online research and phone interviews. Investigation should be geared toward identifying the compelling “reasons to be.” Background information and context for the project will be provided by UWP Coordinator. PRODUCT: Market Feasibility Analysis including alternatives and implications for future development and structure of The Water Connection in 2 forms: written report, presentation format. Phase II: Business Plan for The Water Connection Once the market feasibility analysis has been completed and under the supervision of faculty and the Urban Waters Partnership Coordinator, the intern will prepare a business plan. The Business Plan serves as a road map for the development of the business, projects 3-5 years ahead, and outlines the route the organization should take to reach milestones including revenue projections. This will be a proposed plan for TWC that considers capacity (human, financial, technological, organizational resources) to ensure sustainability of operations over time. Different organization and management scenarios for TWC will be considered. These may include: 1) Non-profit 501(c)(3) 2) B Corporation 3) Partnership with the Colorado State University as a program or entity that is part of the planned Water Resources Center at CSU / National Western Stock Show site 4) A combination or phasing of the above options

Intern

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
Conflict Resolution Month in Colorado
Job posted on:
04 Mar 2015
Job starts on:
05 May 2015
Contact Name:
Jes Ward
Email:
Phone:
303-526-2202
Fax:
 
Address:
4140 Tejon Street, Denver, Colorado 80211
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
QUALIFICATIONS ? Initiative and resourcefulness ? Strong organizational and interpersonal skills ? “Can do” philosophy and sense of humor ? Flexibility ? Experience with Word, Excel, website and social media platforms ? Students (undergraduate or graduate) and others interested in conflict studies/mediation, Peace and Justice Studies, Communication, Business, Nonprofit Management, etc.
General Job Description:
We are seeking an intern who can help us achieve growth. The intern will be working closely with the Planning Group from February through November 2015, which will be planning and implementing a statewide publicity campaign. The group meets on the first Wednesday of every month. The internship can be for any months during this period of time. JOB DESCRIPTION Assist and support the Planning Group by: ? Promoting awareness of Conflict Resolution Month in Colorado ? Networking across multiple communities and organizations ? Managing logistical and administrative tasks ? Work in other areas of interest (see below for possibilities) Work areas of past interns: ? Coordinate meetings and activities of the Planning Group • Scheduling; recording and distributing notes; inviting attendees, etc. ? Manage databases and create reports • Activities for Conflict Resolution Month in Colorado • Proclamations statewide • Organizations involved and contact information ? Assist in developing marketing materials ? Plan and execute distribution of materials ? Research ? Assist with creating and editing content for monthly newsletter ? Create statewide networking systems in the ADR and conflict resolution communities ? Solicit official proclamations from counties, municipalities, and universities ? Plan and coordinate events ? Create and manage social media campaign ? Assist with management of the website at http://conflictresolutionmonth.org/ • Edit and publish content to website • Update community resources lists (books, organizations, etc.) • Create interactive elements (nonviolence pledges, reports of various activities and events, contributions, links to social media, etc.) ? Work with author/publisher to order annual book selection ? Follow-up and campaign closure (in November) This internship opened in February, and will remain open through November. Please apply if you are interested and available for 10-30 hours per month during any of that time.

Development Manager

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
Reading Village
Job posted on:
04 Mar 2015
Job starts on:
01 May 2015
Contact Name:
Linda Smith
Email:
Phone:
303-883-2822
Fax:
 
Address:
3985 Wonderland Hill Dr, Suite 103, Boulder, Colorado 80304
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
REQUIREMENTS ? Passion for the mission of Reading Village ? At least 2 years of fundraising experience and at least 3 years in the nonprofit sector ? A Bachelors degree is required or qualified related work experience ? Basic database experience or proficiency in Excel ? Strong research skills ? Excellent interpersonal skills, ease and confidence networking in person and by phone ? Strategic and creative thinker ? Ability to work on a team and also independently ? Proficiency in Spanish a plus but not necessary RESPONSIBILITIES ? Donor Cultivation ? Build individual donor pipeline ? Event management (small intimate events, no large gala) ? Research corporations and foundations for partnership , ? Manage and track grant cycles ? Write grant proposals and reports ? Prepare the Executive Director for relationship-building with supporters ? Donor Communication ? Oversee donation processing, including acknowledgment letters and special mailings to major donors ? Prepare electronic donor communications (e-newsletter, e-blasts, etc) ? Promote the Learning Journey to Guatemala and engage participants upon return Job Description: Development Manager ? Manage recurring donor, GlobalGiving matching, major donor and year-end campaigns Database Management ? Coordinate with Executive Director and Administrative Assistant regarding donation and contact input, data clean up and reporting ? Interface with Salesforce.com consultants regarding upgrades and improving efficiency ? Collaborate with Communications Contractor ? Provide contractor with information necessary to create the Communications Plan ? Provide content and copy for communications pieces (press releases, monthly enewsletters, campaigns and presentations, websites and social media) ? Maintain communications with the board of directors, including quarterly fundraising reports ? Document organizational history, best practices and learning
General Job Description:
Organizational Overview: Based in Boulder, CO, Reading Village was founded in 2007. We are a dynamic and growing organization that works in indigenous Mayan villages in Guatemala. We leverage scholarship, leadership and literacy to accomplish our mission: empowering Mayan youth to eradicate illiteracy and lead their communities out of poverty. Position Description: Part-time, exempt, with plenty of room to grow within the organization. Reports directly to the Executive Director and will work closely with her to develop and implement the fundraising plan. Diversify donor base including individual donor cultivation, strategic partnership development and grant writing. Inspire and engage others to join us in the transformational, life-changing work we do! Organizational budget is $255,000. To apply, email a cover letter and resume to info@readingvillage.org. No phone calls please.

Executive Director

Job Type:
Director
Agency:
Colorado Children's Chorale
Job posted on:
02 Mar 2015
Job starts on:
01 Sep 2015
Contact Name:
Diane Newcom, Executive Director
Email:
Phone:
303-892-5600
Fax:
 
Address:
2420 W. 26th Ave., #350-D, Denver, Colorado 80211
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Competencies: • Strong knowledge of and well respected in the philanthropic community • Ability to represent the Chorale to the community • Excellent financial management skills • Excellent written and oral communication skills • Exhibits sound and accurate judgment • Demonstrates accuracy and thoroughness • Adheres to ethical principles that reflect the highest standards of organizational and individual behavior • Demonstrates strong interpersonal skills and excels in trust building; a team player • Uses time efficiently, prioritizes and plans work activities; completes work in a timely manner • Demonstrates natural leadership ability and displays the strengths of an exceptional leader • Is strongly positioned to ensure continued success for the Chorale Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree required, graduate degree or equivalent preferred; Executive Director experience in the areas outlined above, preferably in the non-profit world; passion for children in the performing arts; and knowledge of best practices in the arts and non-profit management.
General Job Description:
The Colorado Children’s Chorale is a 501(c) (3) not-for-profit performing arts organization. Since 1974 the Chorale has brought its artistry and charm to audiences throughout the world. With a diverse repertoire ranging from fully staged opera and musical theater to standard choral compositions in classical, folk and popular traditions, the Chorale performs with an innovative stage presentation and a unique theatrical spirit. The Chorale annually trains 500 members between the ages of 7 and 14 from all ethnicities and socioeconomic backgrounds representing more than 180 schools in the Denver metro area and beyond. In addition to its own season subscription concert series at Boettcher Concert Hall, the Chorale performs regularly with the Colorado Symphony, Central City Opera, Opera Colorado and the Aspen Music Festival, as well as yearly regional, national and international touring. The Chorale is governed by a 26-member Board of Trustees, with daily operations conducted by a staff of nine full-time and three part-time employees. A proud Scientific and Cultural Facilities District (SCFD) Tier II organization, the Chorale has an annual operating budget of approximately 1.8 million dollars, as well as an endowment in excess of two million dollars. Primary Function: The Executive Director (ED) is the chief operating officer of Colorado Children’s Chorale (Chorale) with the primary mandate of assuring a stable environment in which the day-to-day business affairs are appropriately managed, as well as supporting an environment where the choral art and artists can flourish. The ED reports to and is expected to work in partnership with the Artistic Director (AD) – each with their own distinct and shared responsibilities – to provide the organizational support structure necessary to the fulfillment of the organization’s mission. In addition to carrying out specific responsibilities with respect to the business affairs of the Chorale, the ED shares with the AD the responsibility for staff leadership, the achievement of the institutional goals adopted by the Board of Trustees, and professionally representing the Chorale in the business and arts communities. The ED is a non-voting member of the Board of Trustees and its Executive, Finance, Nominating and Scholarship Committees. Reports to: Artistic Director Status: Full time Salary: Commensurate with experience Benefits: Full health benefits plan; employee contributed 403(b) plan Performance Review: Initially at six months and then annually Start date: September 1, 2015 Closing Date for Applications: Please submit a cover letter and résumé prior to April 30, 2015 For confidential consideration, contact: Deborah DeSantis, Artistic Director, execsearch@childrenschorale.org Web site: www.childrenschorale.org Office address: 2420 W. 26th Ave., #350-D Denver, CO 80211 Executive Director Responsibilities include, but not limited to: The Executive Director will: • Function as the chief operating officer with the responsibility to conduct the day-to-day business affairs of the Chorale. • Assure the proper stewardship of the Chorale’s resources by conducting business in a responsible and ethical manner, and managing the following functions: o Annual and strategic planning, o Budgeting, financial systems, and financial decisions; o Human resource management, systems and policies; o Public relations and marketing activities; and o Fundraising and development activities. • Create an innovative and supportive work environment in which the administrative staff can produce work of the highest professional standards. • Assign and direct the work of the administrative personnel. • Make key solicitations for financial support and actively build support from existing and prospective donors as well as current, past and prospective trustees. • Serve as the primary point of contact for trustees, organizing the Board’s affairs to provide an environment that engages and stimulates, assuring the broadest and most effective use of each trustee’s time and talents. • Communicate appropriately matters of importance to Board and staff. • Work with the Board and the AD to develop annual plans and budgets that support the strategic plan for the Chorale. • Use creative, innovative decision-making and problem-solving strategies for adapting to uncertainties and complexities of the organization and the external environment. • Work with other community leaders, especially SCFD Tier II colleagues and Chorus America peers; represent the Chorale in myriad community activities. • Coordinate special projects as directed by the Board and/or the AD. Shared Responsibilities: In collaboration with the Artistic Director, the Executive Director will: • Build a vital and lasting partnership with the AD. • Develop and implement strategies to ensure the Chorale’s institutional, artistic and public service goals are achieved, and inform the Board of actions taken in furtherance of those goals. • Be a leader of people, engaging and motivating staff, Board and volunteers in the pursuit of excellence. • Interview and select appropriate administrative personnel. Reporting Relationships: • Reports to the Artistic Director • Positions reporting directly to the Executive Director: o Development Directors (2) o Marketing Director o Finance Manager o Accounts Receivable and Database Manager o Office Manager