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Available Opportunities

Summer 2019 GoWild Team Crew Leader

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
Mile High Youth Corps
Job posted on:
18 Mar 2019
Job starts on:
22 Apr 2019
Contact Name:
Antonio Barreiro
Email:
Phone:
303-433-1206
Fax:
 
Address:
1801 Federal Blvd, Denver, Colorado 80204
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
-High School diploma or GED required. At least two years of college or vocational training preferred -At least one year experience working with diverse youth and staff populations preferred -Familiarity with the Denver Metro area preferred -Previous community outreach, engagement and Youth Corps experience preferred -Communication and organization skills: ability to coordinate projects across multiple community partners; motivate and discipline others; organize and direct a crew of young people on service projects; communicate effectively with a diverse group of young people, co-workers and supervisors; explain and demonstrate safety practices; effectively manage time -Must be able to lift 50 lbs., spend 8-10 hours a day in the outdoors in all weather conditions, and hike 3 miles with a day-pack -Must have valid driver’s license with insurable driving record and ability to drive a 12-passenger van to and from work sites -Pre-employment background check required, which includes FBI fingerprinting -Pre-employment drug screen required. Drug testing may be required during employment -Must be able to legally work in the United States—verified via the federal E-Verify program
General Job Description:
Position Dates: April 22, 2019 – August 23, 2019 Schedule: 40 hours/week; starting mid-June this position is a Tuesday-Saturday work-week with occasional evenings Overview: Mile High Youth Corps is a regional, non-profit, AmeriCorps (www.americorps.gov) affiliated organization that engages youth in jobs that help the planet and provide pathways to a promising future. Corpsmembers work on conservation and environmental stewardship projects throughout the Denver Metro Area while engaging in meaningful education activities. Position Description: Mile High Youth Corps Crew Leader positions require individuals who are skilled problem-solvers, experienced leaders and positive role models. The GoWild Team will be comprised of six Corpsmembers (18-24 years old) serving together as part of the GoWild Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO) Generation Wild Initiative connecting youth and families to the outdoors. The GoWild Coalition encompasses the Northeast Metro communities of Commerce City, Northwest Aurora, Northeast Park Hill, and Montbello. The Outreach Team will provide focused outreach, community engagement, direct service and support for GoWild projects to cultivate environmental stewardship. Crew Leader Duties and Responsibilities: Supervision and Management -Identifies and coordinates support needs and scheduling amongst 14 GoWild coalition partner organizations -Coordinates Corpsmember schedules; provides daily supervision; assigns, trains and leads Corpsmembers in a wide variety of outreach and direct service activities -Monitors, manages, and promote crew’s physical and emotional safety on and off project sites -Enforces the code of conduct, discipline policies and program procedures outlined in the employee handbooks at all times -Provides consistent, ongoing informal feedback, as well as performs a minimum of one formal evaluation per Corpsmember each season -Acts as a positive role model to all Corpsmembers and promotes a positive corps culture Work Project Implementation -Serves as primary liaison and on-site contact with project partners -Plans and implements community outreach and engagement, community action research, service learning and direct service projects for the team -Assists MHYC staff with the set-up of projects including the estimation of time and materials -Proactively assesses, identifies and mitigates safety related hazard -Trains Corpsmembers in and maintains a safe work environment Corpsmember Development and Education -Promotes individual learning, leadership and personal growth -Plans and facilitates field trips, community meetings and team-building activities -Integrates leadership development and service learning components within projects -Implements and monitors Corpsmember participation and progress in life skills and career readiness training programs Administrative Duties -Provides timely and accurate tracking and reporting on crew activities and outcomes -Monitors, documents, and evaluates the participant progress in the program using individual written daily accountability, evaluations, case notes, and 1:1 meetings -Coordinates Corpsmember timesheets and service logs and other documentation -Ensures project photographs and required data are collected for projects To Apply: Email: Send resume and cover letter to staffjobs@mhyc.net (include “Crew Leader: GoWild Team” in subject line. Online: Visit https://www.milehighyouthcorps.org/apply-now/join-our-staff

Lower Division Dean

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
Denver Jewish Day School
Job posted on:
18 Mar 2019
Job starts on:
01 Jul 2019
Contact Name:
Elana Shapiro
Email:
Phone:
3033690663
Fax:
 
Address:
2450 S Wabash St, Denver, Colorado 80231
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Qualifications: Education/Certification: Master’s degree preferred Colorado Teacher License Special Knowledge/Skills: Strong organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills Strong knowledge Curriculum and Best Practice in Kindergarten – Fifth grade Ability to coordinate school activities and programs Experience: Experience as a classroom teacher Three years or more of successful experience in building-­level leadership roles and supervision of staff Mental Demands/Physical Demands/Environmental Factors: Maintain emotional control under stress. Work with frequent interruptions.
General Job Description:
Denver Jewish Day School is excited to announce the opening of the Lower Division Dean position for the 2019-2020 school year. This position may be a combination of administrative and teaching duties. Our goal is to fill this position internally due to our commitment to advancing our current faculty and our desire to build upon established relationships and priorities. Should a qualified candidate not emerge, we will open the search to external candidates. Denver JDS inspires Jewish youth to think critically about the world in which we live, and prepares them for the role they will play in affecting it. As the Rocky Mountain region’s only K­-12 community Jewish day school, with 335 students, Denver JDS provides Jewish youth with a: rigorous, college preparatory curriculum pluralistic, inclusive approach to Judaism and Judaic Studies warm and caring learning environment steeped in Jewish values Pluralism at Denver JDS means being rooted in one's own identity while seeking out multiple perspectives in order to clarify, refine, and challenge ideas and interacting with appreciation for those who think and act differently as we unite in our shared values as a Jewish community. Primary Purpose: Administrator in Lower Division, provide support for discipline, curriculum, and instructional design. This is a year ­round position (with some flexibility over the summer) and will be combined with some teaching responsibilities. The LD Dean will work closely with the Lower Division Principal. Major Responsibilities and Duties: Instructional Management Participate in development and evaluation of educational programs Encourage and support development of innovative instructional programs (including Project Based Learning and experiential learning), help teachers implement such programs Promote the use of technology in teaching/learning process Work with teachers using data to encourage improved student achievement School/Organizational Climate Promote a positive, caring climate for learning. Integrate school values into all aspects of position Communicate effectively with students and staff, parents, and community members and groups School/Organizational Improvement Participate in strategic planning with staff, parents, and community members Work towards school-wide goals Help with planning and facilitating of professional development Participate actively as a member of the Lower Division Differentiation Team Participate actively during a Principal’s absence Address student and parent concerns Serve as a member of the K-­12 Educational Management Team Personnel Management Assist in the observation of employee performance, record observations, and conduct observation/evaluation conferences Assist Lower Division Principal in recruiting, selecting, and orienting new staff Administration and Fiscal/Facilities Management and Student Issues Supervise operations and activities in Principal’s absence Help plan daily school activities by participating in the development of class schedules, teacher assignments, duty schedules, and program calendars Assist in review and revision of Family/Faculty Handbooks Address student concerns and ensure that student discipline is appropriate and equitable Conduct conferences on student and school issues with parents, students, and teachers as needed Professional Growth and Development Seek out and participate in professional development to improve skills related to job assignment School/Community Relations Help articulate the school’s mission to the community and solicit its support in realizing mission Demonstrate awareness of school ­community needs and initiate activities to meet those needs Use appropriate and effective techniques to encourage community and parent involvement Supervisory Responsibilities: Share supervisory responsibility for professional staff with Lower Division Principal Any other areas of responsibility as assigned by the Principal and Head of School/CEO. Interested parties should submit a cover letter and CV/résumé to Elana Shapiro, Lower Division Principal, eshapiro@denverjds.org.

Development & Communications Coordinator

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
Denver Urban Gardens
Job posted on:
14 Mar 2019
Job starts on:
15 Apr 2019
Contact Name:
Chloe Heglin
Email:
Phone:
(303)292-9900
Fax:
(303)292-9911
 
Address:
1031 33rd Street, Suite 100, Denver, Colorado 80205-2743
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Required Attributes & Skills - Personable and able to engage with a diverse group of community members, partners and stakeholders - Thrives in a collaborative environment, while also being self-directed - Proficient at social media communication and management (Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter) - Proficient event coordination & management - Ability to work with and manage volunteers - Demonstrated proficiency in the following programs: Salesforce, Adobe Creative Suite, Microsoft 365, Mailchimp ( or other email service such as Constant Contact) - Experienced at graphic design and content creation for organizational and program promotion - Excellent verbal and written communication - Excellent attention to detail
General Job Description:
We are seeking a community- and detail-oriented, personable, individual who is passionate and motivated to support and share DUG’s mission. The goals of the Development & Communications Coordinator are to provide administrative support and grow DUG’s fundraising capacity, as well as ensure that DUG’s mission, values and goals are clearly communicated through multiple avenues and strategies to community members, stakeholders and partners. Responsibilities The Development & Communications Coordinator reports to the Director of External Relations and is responsible for the administrative assistance and coordination of development and fundraising activities that support DUG and its programming. The Coordinator is also responsible for coordinating communication foundational to DUG’s organizational and program-specific campaigns. The overall goal of this position is to support DUG staff in the planning, creation, and implementation of development and communication strategies that enhance DUG’s mission and provide a strong foundation for ongoing sustainability and community- informed growth. Primary responsibilities include: Development & Fundraising Support (75%) - Management and administration of the Salesforce data base - Events & outreach support - Coordination of membership and monthly donor program - Coordination of giving campaigns - Donor relations & acknowledgements - Grant assistance - Donation tracking - Additional development support as needed Communications Support (25%) - Social media management and content creation - Wordpress website management - Monthly newsletter creation using Mailchimp - Graphic design of promotional materials, brochures, etc. - Creation of event specific press releases - Additional communications support as needed Compensation, Schedule & Benefits This is a full-time, salaried position. Office hours are generally Monday through Friday 8:30AM to 5:00PM with occasional week night or weekends during special events. The compensation package includes an annual base salary ranging from $35 to $40K, a full health and dental insurance benefit package, paid holidays and vacation commensurate on date of hire. Required Information to Submit To apply, please submit the following by way of email to dirt@dug.org in a single pdf or mail to 1031 33rd Street, Suite 100, Denver, CO 80205-2763. - Cover Letter highlighting your areas of expertise as it pertains to the listed qualifications, professional background, and any related experience with nonprofit program administration - Resume or Curriculum Vitae Applications accepted through March 27, 2019 – No phone calls please

Donor Relations Manager

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
Big City Mountaineers
Job posted on:
13 Mar 2019
Job starts on:
15 Apr 2019
Contact Name:
Bryan Martin
Email:
Phone:
303-271-9200
Fax:
 
Address:
710 10th St., Suite 120, Golden, Colorado 80401
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
• Bachelor’s degree 3+ years progressive development experience, including portfolio management and successful solicitation and stewardship of gifts • Personal and professional values consistent with BCM’s mission, values, and principles • Outstanding interpersonal and written communication skills with ability to write for different audiences and for various purposes. • A sophisticated and comprehensive understanding of fundraising principles and practices, and a demonstrated high level of professionalism, collegiality, and self-motivation. • Able to work effectively in a dynamic environment - problem solver, flexible and adaptable • Independent worker and cooperative team member • Windows and Microsoft product mastery • Salesforce database experience • Comfortable giving and receiving feedback • Ability to prioritize his/her work and manage multiple projects simultaneously • Ability to inspire passion for our program • Role model professionalism at all times. Uphold and follow all organizational polices. • Demonstrated ability to provide exceptional customer service to donors and community stakeholders. • The ideal candidate will enjoy initiating and engaging with a wide variety of people and be able to efficiently manage high level contacts with staff, board members, business professionals, and individual donors with a friendly, professional demeanor. Compensation: $45-50,000/year DOE. The position is full-time and benefited. BCM offers 11 paid holidays per year and has a dog-friendly office. To apply: Please submit your Cover Letter and Resume via email to bryan@bigcitymountaineers.org. Please include “Donor Relations Manager” in the subject line. Position will remain open until filled. No phone calls please.
General Job Description:
Big City Mountaineers is seeking a Donor Relations Manager to support all aspects of the organization’s donor relations strategy. The Donor Relations Manager will work in concert with the Executive Director and the Director of Finance to maintain and enhance BCM’s consistent and strategic communications with donors and prospective donors. The Donor Relations Manager provides overall leadership and management for BCM’s identification, cultivation, and stewardship of donors. The position is responsible for how individual donors are supported. He/She will also work with the broader BCM team to serve as a strategist and effectively leverage our corporate contacts, programmatic relationships, board of directors, national council and other VIP networks to grow our community of supporters. The Donor Relations Manager will provide a clear and consistent voice in our overall communications strategy targeted at our donors, volunteers, and BCM’s broader network. As such, he/she will interface with professional communications contractors, public relations professionals, and marketing experts who provide both fee-based and pro-bono services to the organization. The Donor Relations Manager will coordinate with these and other interested parties to ensure BCM is effectively communicating our point of difference to the public and inspire donations to the organization. Big City Mountaineers plans to hire the Donor Relations Manager as soon as possible. The position is a full-time, exempt, benefited position based in Golden, Colorado. The position reports to the Executive Director. Essential Duties: • Ensure a donor-centric approach to development through an integrated model involving staff, volunteers, systems, data management, emphasizing excellent internal and external communications. • Manage and support a growing annual fund portfolio and implement innovative strategies for renewal and rejuvenation of mid-level donors. • Identify and cultivate relationships with current and prospective individual donors. • Coordinate with the Executive Director a moves management plan for pre-determined constituent groups, based on level and individual interests. • Create individual goals and strategy plans for each prospect and donor in portfolio, based on the donor's history of giving and the organization's knowledge of that donor's potential. • Plan fundraising approach for the year and oversee the preparation and distribution of appeals, stewardship communications, and promotional materials. • Supports and executes strategic action outlined in the Fundraising Plan and organizational strategic plan. • Executes donor appreciation plan, including processing thank you letters, annual statements, appreciation events, etc. • Initiate efforts that lead to relevant organizational certifications or recognitions. • Maintains accurate database records in Salesforce that reconcile with the Director of Finance’s Quickbooks accounts. • Maintain discretion and confidentiality in relationships with all organizational stakeholders. • Project manages and works with staff and volunteers to plan and host fundraising/friendraising events. • Coordinate marketing efforts and activity on the website, social media, and other platforms with staff, contractors, and professional volunteers to strengthen visibility and advance fundraising efforts. • Ensure a prompt response to individual donors’ inquiries through written correspondence, telephone contact, personal contact, and e-mail. Direct specific requests to relevant team members. • Ensure all appropriate donor information (contact information, notes, etc) is being collected in the Salesforce database. • Generate Salesforce reports and analyze data as needed. • Produce monthly newsletters to communicate to BCM’s community of supporters, volunteers, donors, and sponsors the impact of BCM programs. • Build and maintain a library of stories, quotes, photos, etc. for various marketing uses: social media posts, newsletters, press releases, video, print materials, etc.

Summer Events & Development Internship

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
Adaptive Sports Center of Crested Butte
Job posted on:
12 Mar 2019
Job starts on:
13 May 2019
Contact Name:
Emily GIrdwood
Email:
Phone:
970-349-5075
Fax:
970-349-2077
 
Address:
PO Box 1639 , Crested Butte, Colorado 81224
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Qualifications: • Interest in and/or knowledge of event planning and non-profit development practices. • Attention to detail. • Excellent written and interpersonal communication skills. • Ability to meet deadlines, prioritize and perform a wide variety of tasks over the course of the workday. • Motivation, enthusiasm and a willingness to learn. • Ability to work independently and as part of a team. • Strong computer competency; proficiency in Word and Excel (experience with mail merge function a plus). • Organizational and general office skills. Additional Skills Preferred • Familiarity with Constant Contact • Familiarity with database applications • Experience with people with disabilities
General Job Description:
Position Description: The Events & Development Intern is responsible for assisting the Development Department in planning and implementing our two primary fundraising events, the Crested Butte Open and Bridges of the Butte, and assisting in the office where needed on database, grant management, administrative and other special projects. This position will provide a hands on opportunity for someone who is interested in learning about event planning and the day-to-day operations of a non-profit organization. Fundraising is key to the success of any non-profit organization and is a valuable skill to add to any resume. The Events & Development Intern will have the opportunity to work closely with experienced development professionals, learn about event planning and the operation of a non-profit organization. This position reports to the Events & Development Manager, Emily Girdwood.

Summer Development & Events Internship

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
Swallow Hill Music
Job posted on:
07 Mar 2019
Job starts on:
20 May 2019
Contact Name:
Cheri Gonzales
Email:
Phone:
303-643-5806
Fax:
 
Address:
71 E. Yale Ave., Denver, Colorado 80210
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
This role will act as a Swallow Hill ambassador at all required Development events by being friendly, knowledgeable, prompt, and reliable. Administrative tasks will also be executed when the weekly events schedule allows for office time. This may include, but is not limited to, donor and member database cleanup and analysis, prospect donor and partner research, development collateral, and patron analysis. Please visit https://swallowhillmusic.org/get-involved/jobs-internships/ for a full list of responsibilities and requirements.
General Job Description:
The Development & Events Internship at Swallow Hill Music is a part-time position (15-20 hpw) from late May thru August 2019. The Intern will represent the non-profit organization at the Denver Botanic Gardens summer concert series by prepping and helping to manage Swallow Hill’s VIP tent for various Swallow Hill members, community partners, and donor prospects. This role may also be asked to assist with other Development-focused events during the summer season, as well as administrative tasks surrounding donor functions and member management and cultivation. The intern’s schedule is dependent on Swallow Hill Music’s event schedule. Hours will include evening and weekends, with occasional time in the office. Application deadline is March 31, 2019.

Events & Development Associate

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
Denver Public Schools Foundation
Job posted on:
05 Mar 2019
Job starts on:
01 Apr 2019
Contact Name:
Kim Martinez
Email:
Phone:
720-423-3553
Fax:
 
Address:
1860 Lincoln St 9th Fl, Denver, Colorado 80203
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Please see the full job description at https://dpsfoundation.org/who-we-are/careers/ for desired qualifications and skills.
General Job Description:
POSITION Events & Development Associate (full-time, non-exempt) OVERVIEW Denver Public Schools Foundation believes our city is strengthened by every student who graduates ready to lead a successful life. As the strategic fundraising partner to DPS, we work alongside district leaders and educators to advocate for the highest impact investments and galvanize the philanthropic and community support necessary to ensure Every Child Succeeds. Every day, DPS Foundation invests in accelerating progress for our schools and students; connects the community to our classrooms; and inspires confidence in the promise of public education for DPS’s more than 92,000 students and nearly 200 schools. For additional information, please visit www.dpsfoundation.org. JOB SUMMARY The Events & Development Associate will provide critical support in organizing special event efforts as Denver Public Schools Foundation aims to grow its impact. This position plays a vital role in managing and executing a variety of fundraising and outreach events including the annual Achieve Gala as well as implementing cause-related marketing strategy. The successful candidate will be creative and innovative; familiar with traditional event management strategies while also demonstrating a vision for new and out-of-the-box ways to reach constituents; will possess a strong attention to detail; and will be dynamic, with the ability to multi-task in a fast-paced and collaborative work environment. This position reports to the Development Director and works closely with the Development Associate and the Communications Manager. Please see the full job description at https://dpsfoundation.org/who-we-are/careers/ for primary responsibilities and details on how to apply.

Accounting and Benefits Associate

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
Rose Community Foundation
Job posted on:
04 Mar 2019
Job starts on:
25 Mar 2019
Contact Name:
Emma Schwarz
Email:
Phone:
303-398-7431
Fax:
303-398-7430
 
Address:
600 S. Cherry St., Suite 1200, Denver, Colorado 80246
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each responsibility satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. • Minimum of three years of experience in general ledger, payroll, reconciliation of accounts in accounting; nonprofit experience is a plus • Four year degree in accounting, preferred • Experience with accounting, payroll and relational database systems • Advanced knowledge of the Microsoft Office suite (Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint and Word) • Demonstrated ability to manage multiple projects and deadlines simultaneously and still perform at high level • A customer service orientation, a proactive attitude, and positive interpersonal relationship with the internal and external stakeholders
General Job Description:
Rose Community Foundation strives to enhance the quality of life of the Greater Denver community through leadership, grantmaking and donor engagement – stewarding philanthropic resources and investing in strategic and innovative solutions to enduring challenges and emerging issues. Since 1995, the Foundation has granted more than $280 million to organizations and initiatives focused on Aging, Child and Family Development, Education, Health and Jewish Life in the Greater Denver area – recently adding a cross-programmatic community action overlay of support for organizations serving immigrants, refugees and communities vulnerable to discrimination and hate crimes. We are seeking an Accounting & Benefits Associate to join us to ensure the integrity and accuracy of the Foundation’s financial information and procedures. The ideal candidate will have high aptitude for numbers, problem solving skills, strong attention to detail and ability to prioritize. Responsibilities Accounting • Perform and oversee daily accounting duties and monthly reconciliation of accounts including deposits and credit cards expense management • Prepare bi-weekly payroll for processing by third-party vendor and record journal entry • Design and prepare monthly financial reports and account analyses and narrative, including reporting for funds, initiatives, and special projects • Support the Rose Medical Center Gift Shop with financial reports and filing sales tax returns • Provide annual audit support reconciling and producing scheduled reports • Assist in bank reconciliation, budget preparation, regular account analyses for coding errors and reconciliation to general ledger • Assist controller with insurance renewal, compliance, claims, including correspondence preparation, payment processing and reporting • Provide back-up and assistance in accounts payable and the filing of Form 1099s • Provide back-up for the donor services associate to process incoming gifts • Provide occasional general administrative support including preparing correspondence, filing, answering telephones and front desk coverage Benefits • Maintain and file all necessary records and documentation, related to financial, human resources and payroll • Work with our third party administrator to prepare and file Form 5500s • Serve as point-of-contact for Rose Medical Center retirement plan; respond to participant questions and process participant forms • Assist new hires and exiting employees with onboarding and off-boarding, including COBRA management • Manage, administer, communicate, and report on all employee benefits including changes in enrollment, funding and benefits reconciliation, and annual benefits renewal • Complete surveys and census updates Other duties • Participate in foundation-wide cross departmental projects • As a member of the Foundation’s support team, cultivate a culture of shared resources, teaching, learning and support for the Foundation Personal Characteristics The ideal candidate will be creative and positive with a can-do attitude and a good sense of humor. They will be an excellent listener and strong communicator with the propensity to take initiative and be proactive. Experience working with diverse populations, cultures and socioeconomic backgrounds is important to us. A collaborative team player, the associate must be excited by the opportunity to work as part of a team as well as independently, fostering positive working relationships both internally and externally. Valuing excellence and reputation, the associate must be passionate about the Foundation’s work. Supervisor Relationship The Accounting & Benefits Associate reports to the controller and does not have any supervisory responsibilities. Salary and Benefits This full-time, exempt position pays in the low $50,000s, commensurate with background, experience and sector benchmarks. Rose Community Foundation currently offers a competitive benefits package including employer-supported health, dental, vision and life insurance, short- and long-term disability coverage, a 403(b) retirement plan, paid time off including holidays, professional development opportunities and a matching gift program. Rose Community Foundation believes in the importance of diversity, equity and inclusion. The Foundation is committed to equal employment opportunities and prohibits unlawful discrimination against applicants or employees based on race, color, national origin, ancestry, creed, religion, sex, age, disability, genetic information, veteran status, sexual orientation, marital status, gender expression or any other characteristic protected by state or local law. How to Apply Submission deadline is 12:00 a.m. on Sunday March 10, 2019. Interested candidates should email their cover letter and résumé to: Search Committee at hr@rcfdenver.org with the subject line “Accounting & Benefits Associate.” No phone calls or additional email messages, please.

Executive Director

Job Type:
Director
Agency:
OUR Center
Job posted on:
01 Mar 2019
Job starts on:
01 Jun 2019
Contact Name:
No Phone Calls Please
Email:
Phone:
3035967112
Fax:
 
Address:
220 Collyer St., Longmont, Colorado 80501
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Skill and Qualification Requirements The right candidate will be thoroughly committed to the OUR Center’s mission. All candidates should have proven leadership and management experience. Qualifications and other concrete demonstrable experience include: • Executive nonprofit management experience • Bachelor’s degree; Master’s degree preferred • Bilingual (Spanish-speaking) preferred • Understanding of and experience working in the social services and/or family services field; values the OUR Center’s participant-driven focus • Solid, hands-on fiscal management skills, including budget preparation, analysis, decision-making and reporting • Experience in fundraising; both in plan development and execution • Demonstrated ability in public speaking, written and oral communication and excellent interpersonal skills • Past success working with a board of directors with the ability to cultivate existing board member relationships and leverage the individual skill sets toward a collective vision • Understanding of and experience working within the changing dynamics of fundraising for nonprofits • Collaboration / partnership-focused; can demonstrate a track record of building and managing successful partnerships; ability to work in collaboration with diverse groups of people • Understanding of and experience working with nonprofits on topics of diversity, equity and inclusion • Action-oriented, entrepreneurial, adaptable and innovative approach to business planning • Compassionate leader and colleague
General Job Description:
In light of the retirement of the OUR Center’s highly respected, long-term leader, the board of directors of Longmont, Colorado-based, the OUR Center seeks an executive director who is committed to advancing the mission of helping people in the St. Vrain Region move toward self-sufficiency by unifying community resources. This compassionate, skilled and innovative leader will have administrative, programmatic, fiscal, marketing, fundraising and community relations responsibility for the OUR Center. In conjunction with the Board of Directors, the executive director is responsible for developing the long-term strategic plan and implementing the yearly operational plan, complete with goals and metrics in support of the board’s annual direction. The director is also responsible for ensuring that policies and procedures follow applicable regulations and good business practices. The director will complete the transition of the OUR Center to an FRC in collaboration with homeless prevention and poverty initiatives including Bridges Out of Poverty, Boulder County Connect (BCC) Software, LENA Partnership with the St. Vrain Valley School District, and the Longmont Housing Opportunity Team. Essential Duties and Responsibilities Duties shall include, but are not limited to: 1) Governance & Leadership: Works with board to fulfill the organization mission and provides organizational leadership. • Responsible for leading OUR Center in a manner that supports and guides the organization’s mission as defined by the Board of Directors. • Responsible for communicating effectively with the Board and providing, in a timely and accurate manner, all information necessary for the Board to function properly and to make informed decisions. • Foster positive relationships among the Board, CEO, and staff, and build an effective team to perform activities to accomplish the OUR Center mission and purpose. • Represent the OUR Center at area gatherings, meetings, and with key constituents and act as a spokesperson for the OUR Center. Prospect, cultivate and maintain relationships with key stakeholders, associations, partners and constituents. • Oversee daily, weekly and annual operational activities. 2) Financial Performance and Viability: Develops resources sufficient to ensure the financial health of the organization. • Responsible for the fiscal integrity of OUR Center, to include submission to the Board of a proposed annual budget and monthly financial statements, which accurately reflect the financial condition of the organization. • Responsible for fiscal management that generally anticipates operating within the approved budget, ensures maximum resource utilization and maintenance of the organization in a positive financial position. • Responsible for fundraising and developing other resources necessary to support OUR Center’s mission. • Prospect, cultivate and maintain relationships with existing and potential funding partners. 3) Organization Mission, Strategy, and Program: Works with board and staff to ensure that the mission is fulfilled through programs and strategic planning. • Responsible for implementation of OUR Center’s programs that carry out the organization’s mission. • Provide oversight and leadership to the OUR Center team in planning for the successful delivery of OUR Center programs. • Responsible for strategic planning to ensure that OUR Center can successfully fulfill its mission into the future. • Responsible for the enhancement of OUR Center’s image by being active and visible in the community and by working closely with other professional, civic and private organizations. • Oversee the planning, implementation, execution, and evaluation of special projects for the purpose of successful delivery and quality of services. 4) Organization Operations: Oversees and implements appropriate resources to ensure that the operations of the organization (OUR Center) are appropriate. • Responsible effective administration of OUR Center operations, including business, financial, human resource, and organizational practices. Provide direction and oversight to business operations. • Responsible for the hiring and retention of competent, qualified, and energized staff. • Responsible for signing all notes, agreements, and other instruments made and entered into and on behalf of the organization. 5. Partnerships and Collaboration: Develops and manages collaborative partnerships in support of the mission. • Sets strategic direction for partnerships with outside agencies, including funders, to leverage their support. • Establishes and maintain relationships with various partner organizations, funders and community leaders; utilizes those relationships to strategically enhance OUR Center’s mission. • Serves on partner organization boards of directors and/or task forces as appropriate. • Utilizes external presence and relationships to garner new opportunities. Compensation: OUR Center offers an annual base salary of $85,000-$120,000 determined by skill set, experience and education, as well as comprehensive and competitive benefits. Equal Employment Opportunity: OUR Center follows an equal opportunity employment policy and employs personnel without regard to race, religion, color, gender, age, national origin, ancestry, physical or mental disability, medical condition, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender expression, or any other factor that is not related to the position. Candidates of all backgrounds are encouraged to apply. To Apply for this Position: Application packages are being received by interSector Partners, L3C. To access the complete job posting and link to full application instructions, please visit the OUR Center Web site: https://www.ourcenter.org/staff/

Interim Communications Specialist

Job Type:
Other Manager (CFO, Marketing, etc)
Agency:
The Alliance Center
Job posted on:
01 Mar 2019
Job starts on:
20 May 2019
Contact Name:
Hiring Team
Email:
Phone:
(303) 572-1536
Fax:
 
Address:
1536 Wynkoop Street, Denver, Colorado 80202
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Required Skills and Qualifications: • Functions effectively in a fast-paced environment; flexible to changing demands and occasional schedule irregularities • Thrives as a team player, working collaboratively with The Alliance Center staff to meet objectives and tackle challenges • Graphic design experience and an understanding of all graphic file types • Excellent writing skills • Social media strategy and content-writing experience • Proficiency with website and social media analytics • Managerial experience - this position will be working closely with our communications intern who will be helping to manage social media channels, content creation and external promotions Preferred Skills and Qualifications: • Nonprofit experience a plus (1-2 years preferred) • Experience with CRMs (preferably Salesforce) and mass emailing applications • Writing experience for blogs and newsletter copy • Excellent organizational skills
General Job Description:
The Alliance Center is helping to create a world where our communities thrive, our democracy is strong, our economy works for everyone, and our planet is healthy. As our Interim Communications Specialist, you will have the opportunity to support this vision by maintaining the brand and voice of The Alliance Center. The Communications Specialist will cultivate, curate and oversee the Alliance’s media outreach channels and communications collateral, including the website, social media, email outreach and printed collateral. Working closely with The Alliance Center’s team, especially our Executive Director and Communications Intern, this person will ensure the clear and consistent communication of The Alliance Center’s mission, vision, program areas, theory of change and current projects. This position will be available from May 2019 through September 2019.

Director of Gift Planning and Advisor Relations

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
Rose Community Foundation
Job posted on:
28 Feb 2019
Job starts on:
15 Apr 2019
Contact Name:
Emma Schwarz
Email:
Phone:
303-398-7431
Fax:
303-398-7430
 
Address:
600 S. Cherry Street, Suite 1200, Denver, Colorado 80246
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Experience We are seeking a candidate with at least seven years of experience working directly with donors or professional advisors in a multi-faceted nonprofit, financial services organization or community foundation. The ideal candidate will have experience working with high-net-worth individuals and their advisors. He or she will have deep knowledge of and familiarity with asking for, and accepting unique types of asset gifts. The successful candidate will have excellent written and verbal skills and attention to detail. An understanding of philanthropic operations, prospect research and use of a constituent relationship management system is required. Experience successfully communicating with a wide range of constituents is a must. Familiarity with the tax and regulatory environment governing nonprofits and foundations, and familiarity with the nonprofit and/or philanthropic sector in the Greater Denver community is preferred. Personal Characteristics The ideal candidate will be creative and positive with a can-do attitude and a good sense of humor. He or she will be an excellent listener and strong, respectful communicator. He or she will be team-oriented and self-motivated, with a drive to achieve results and to support others with trust and collaboration. Experience working with diverse populations, cultures, and socioeconomic backgrounds is important to us. The Director of Gift Planning and Advisor Relations will be flexible, open to new ideas and approaches, self-aware, and empathetic, consistently demonstrating a growth mindset and approaching his or her work with passion, humor and humility. He or she will operate from a place of gratitude with a desire to serve the Rose Community Foundation team, including staff, board, grantees, and donors, and also to serve the Greater Denver community by advancing the Foundation’s work and mission. He or she must be a relationship builder, fostering positive working relationships with internal and external stakeholders while maintaining discretion, professionalism, and confidentiality.
General Job Description:
Rose Community Foundation strives to enhance the quality of life of the Greater Denver community through leadership, grantmaking and donor engagement – stewarding philanthropic resources and investing in strategic and innovative solutions to enduring challenges and emerging issues. Since 1995, the Foundation has granted more than $285 million to organizations and initiatives focused on Aging, Child and Family Development, Education, Health and Jewish Life in the Greater Denver area – recently adding a cross-programmatic community action overlay of support for organizations serving immigrants, refugees and communities vulnerable to discrimination and hate crimes. The Foundation is seeking an experienced, talented, and enthusiastic development professional to join our Philanthropic Services team as Director of Gift Planning and Advisor Relations. This professional will champion the Foundation’s asset development efforts with individuals, families and professional advisors, growing the community of donors the Foundation works with and stewarding existing and longstanding relationships. He or she will bring knowledge of planned giving, diverse charitable giving vehicles, and complex gifts to support the Foundation’s donor-centered approach. Working with the Vice President of Philanthropic Services and the Philanthropic Services team, he or she will be accountable for setting and meeting annual development goals. Primary Duties and Responsibilities Charged with being an ambassador for the Foundation’s work to serve and strengthen the Greater Denver community, the Director of Gift Planning and Advisor Relations will: • Identify, engage and solicit new individuals and families interested in utilizing donor advised funds as a vehicle to achieve their philanthropic goals, providing them with excellent stewardship and philanthropic knowledge to support their charitable giving • Oversee the Foundation’s planned giving program, Rose Community Legacy Circle, including developing and implementing stewardship and communications plans and securing new planned gifts • Build and steward relationships with professional advisors through the Foundation’s professional advisor council and by representing the Foundation externally to ensure we are a known and trusted partner in philanthropy • Understand, document, and steward donors’ intentions and objectives through donor agreements and Foundation database records • Monitor the tax and regulatory environment that may impact community foundations and/or charitable giving vehicles and keep the Philanthropic Services team and the Foundation’s leadership team informed of changes in an effort to enhance the Foundation’s philanthropic services strategies and ability to accept complex gifts • Provide support for the Nonprofit Endowment Cohort and Live On | LIFE & LEGACY initiatives by providing planned giving content expertise • Collaborate with Philanthropic Services colleagues to encourage growth of existing donor advised funds and maintaining primary relationship management in some instances Salary and Benefits This full-time, exempt position’s starting salary will be commensurate with background, experience and sector benchmarks. Rose Community Foundation currently offers a competitive benefits package including employer-supported health, dental, vision and life insurance, short- and long-term disability coverage, a 403(b) retirement plan, paid time off including holidays, professional development opportunities, and a matching gift program. Rose Community Foundation believes in the importance of diversity, equity, and inclusion. The Foundation is committed to equal employment opportunities and prohibits unlawful discrimination against applicants or employees based on race, color, national origin, ancestry, creed, religion, sex, age, disability, genetic information, veteran status, sexual orientation, marital status, gender expression, or any other characteristic protected by state or local law. How to Apply The submission deadline is March 24, 2019. Interested candidates should email a cover letter, résumé and salary requirement to: Search Committee at hr@rcfdenver.org with the subject line “Director of Gift Planning and Advisor Relations.” No phone calls or additional email messages, please.

Development & Events Manager

Job Type:
Other Manager (CFO, Marketing, etc)
Agency:
Emergency Family Assistance Association
Job posted on:
27 Feb 2019
Job starts on:
25 Mar 2019
Contact Name:
Melissa
Email:
Phone:
303.442.3042
Fax:
 
Address:
1575 Yarmouth Ave., Boulder, Colorado 80304
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Passion for working to ensure everyone in our community can meet their basic needs and expanding opportunity for all. Three years of event management and/or related experience required; nonprofit development experience strongly preferred. Excellent oral and written communications skills required. Comfort speaking before groups and an enjoyment for outreach required. Ability to prioritize and manage multiple projects with attention to detail. Qualify, cultivate, steward and solicit key business, civic and faith-based donors and prospects. Experience with Microsoft Office and Google Drive required; experience working with donor CRM’s preferred.
General Job Description:
Qualify, cultivate, steward and solicit key business, civic and faith-based donors and prospects. Oversee planning and execution of EFAA’s annual signature event; includes managing event budget, supporting volunteer planning committee, event set-up, and coordinating vendors and contracts. Solicit business sponsors for annual fundraising gala. Develop and execute other EFAA sponsored fundraising and donor stewardship events, including but not limited to EFAA’s annual donor stewardship luncheon. Liaise with Director of Volunteer Services to support strategic group volunteer projects. Support third-party fundraising events with business, civic, and faith-based organizations. Participate in Development & Communications Department and Committee meetings, staff, and other relevant meetings.

2019 Summer of Service Corpsmember (Sheridan

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
Mile High Youth Corps
Job posted on:
27 Feb 2019
Job starts on:
28 May 2019
Contact Name:
Charlotte
Email:
Phone:
3034331206
Fax:
 
Address:
1801 Federal Blvd, Denver, Colorado 80204
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
• Between 18-24 years old and eligible to legally serve in the United States. Documentation will be required on the first day. • Must be eligible for enrollment in AmeriCorps as a US Citizen, National, or Lawful Permanent Resident. Documentation will be required on the first day. • High School Diploma or equivalency required, or currently enrolled. • Able to commit to the entire term of service, May 28th – August 15th. • This position may have access to vulnerable populations and therefore must complete a pre-service background check which includes fingerprinting. • Pre-service drug screen required (includes marijuana).
General Job Description:
Spend this summer outdoors exploring your community. Connect with people your age. Make a difference while earning money for college. If you want to work outside and know you’re making a difference every single day… If you want to be part of a team and push yourself to your limits… Join Mile High Youth Corps this summer. No experience necessary! Join us as a Corpsmember for our 2019 Land Conservation Summer of Service. We need hard-working individuals to complete projects through team-based work across Denver. Personal growth, friendship, and endurance thrive here. You’ll learn how to build trails, plant trees, protect wildlife, and camp like a pro. Put your personal development at the top of your priority list, next to community service and environmental impact. Get paid biweekly while doing what you love and earn a scholarship at the end of the summer. Not an experienced outdoorsperson? That's okay! Our crews begin the season with a week of in-house orientation and a week of training. All we ask is that you bring your dedication to hard work, long days, a positive attitude, and a commitment to a summer you’ll never forget. What we do every day: • Complete physically demanding conservation and community service projects with throughout Denver and adjacent counties • Projects include trail construction and maintenance, fire mitigation, invasive species removal, wildlife habitat improvements, fencing, and public land maintenance • Our usual work week is four 10-hour days, Monday – Thursday, with most Fridays off • Participate in four hours per week of educational activities on environmental stewardship, civic engagement, healthy living, leadership & career development, and social justice • Crews will occasionally have the opportunity to camp at their project site; you will be provided with camping gear and food for the duration of the week Corpsmembers Receive: • Biweekly stipend: Earn a living stipend of $760 every two weeks • AmeriCorps Education Award: Earn a scholarship of $1,583.36 upon successful completion of 450 hour term of service. This scholarship can be used to pay tuition or pay back qualifying student loans. • Trainings: 40 hour Outside Stewardship Institute Trail building training or S-212 Wildland Fire Chainsaw Equivalency Certification, First Aid/CPR, Pesticide Application, and hands-on technical training related to all projects • Transportation: We provide transportation from our Denver office to the work site and back every day • Health Insurance: May be eligible for health insurance the 1st of the month after serving at MHYC for sixty days. Corps members will have a monthly share of the health insurance premium. Schedule: This is a full-time temporary position, from May 28th - August 15th, 2019. Crews work four days of 10 hours, Monday through Thursday, with in-office programming one Friday morning every month. No work Memorial Day or Independence Day. Apply on our website at https://www.milehighyouthcorps.org/apply-now, or visit us in person at 1801 Federal Blvd, Denver, CO 80204. Questions? Call 303-433-1206 ext. 221. Here’s what our alumni have to say: “I feel like this work has an immediate impact on our community and I will always remember the friends I made here.” - Kayla A., 2018

2019 Summer of Service Women's Crew (Denver)

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
Mile High Youth Corps
Job posted on:
27 Feb 2019
Job starts on:
14 May 2019
Contact Name:
Charlotte
Email:
Phone:
3034331206
Fax:
 
Address:
1801 Federal Blvd, Denver, Colorado 80204
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
• Must be female-identifying, between 18-24 years old, and eligible to legally serve in the United States. Documentation will be required on the first day. • Must be eligible for enrollment in AmeriCorps as a US Citizen, National, or Lawful Permanent Resident. Documentation will be required on the first day. • High School Diploma or equivalency required. • Able to commit to the entire term of service, May 14th – August 9th. • This position may have access to vulnerable populations and therefore must complete a pre-service background check which includes fingerprinting. • Pre-service drug screen required (includes marijuana).
General Job Description:
Are you looking for a career in natural resources, but don’t know where to start? Do you want to be a wildland firefighter, park ranger, or outdoor educator, but don’t often see other women in those jobs? Join us as a Corpsmember for our 2019 Women’s Crew in Land Conservation. We need adventurous, hard-working, female identifying individuals to complete environmental stewardship projects on a trail crew through team-based field work across the stunning open spaces and mountain parks of Colorado. This crew is a space for female-identifying people to learn from other women as role models in leadership positions, discuss shared challenges, innovate solutions to common problems, and inform more inclusive programming. This is your opportunity to explore a career in land conservation by gaining experience and technical skills in a safe and supportive environment. Personal growth, friendship, and endurance thrive here. You’ll learn how to build trails, remove invasive species, protect wildlife habitats, restore habitats, and make a difference in the environment every day. Put your personal development at the top of your priority list, next to community service and environmental impact. Get paid biweekly while doing what you love and earn a scholarship at the end of the summer. Never built a trail or used a saw? Don’t have a lot of hiking or camping experience? That's okay! Our crews begin the season with a week of trail-building training in the field and a week of in-house orientation. All we ask is that you bring your dedication to hard work, long days, a positive attitude, and a commitment to a summer you’ll never forget. What we do every day: • Complete physically demanding conservation projects with crews of 10 other women corpsmembers on public lands throughout Colorado • Projects will include trail construction and maintenance, habitat restoration, invasive species removal, wildlife habitat improvements, and public land maintenance • Spend most of the summer living in Boulder County during the week and working on nearby trails. You’ll arrive at our office in Denver on Monday morning to leave for the project site and return Thursday afternoon for the weekend • During overnight stays in Boulder County, MHYC will provide your housing, transportation, and food for the duration of the week • Participate in four hours per week of educational activities on environmental stewardship, civic engagement, healthy living, leadership & career development, and social justice Corpsmembers Receive: • Biweekly stipend: Earn a living stipend of $760 every two weeks • AmeriCorps Education Award: Earn a scholarship of $1,583.36 upon successful completion of 450 hour term of service. This scholarship can be used to pay tuition or pay back qualifying student loans. • Trainings: 40 hour Outside Stewardship Institute Trail building training and hands-on technical training related to all projects • Health Insurance: May be eligible for health insurance the 1st of the month after serving at MHYC for sixty days. Corps members will have a monthly share of the health insurance premium. Schedule: This is a full-time temporary position, from May 14th - August 9th , 2019. Crews work four days of 10 hours, Monday through Thursday, with in-office programming one Friday morning every month. Corpsmember testimonial “I loved this program. I had no prior exposure to land work at all and feel like I learned so much about trail work/ state parks/ forest service. I had no idea I was capable of this type of work and so proud of what I am able to do in terms of field work and leading.” - Women’s Crew Corpsmember Still not sure? Watch our 25th anniversary video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O0Q_2xiDBgU ! Apply on our website at https://www.milehighyouthcorps.org/apply-now, or visit us in person at 1801 Federal Blvd, Denver, CO 80204. Questions? Call 303-433-1206 ext. 221.

2019 Summer of Service Corpsmember (Denver)

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
Mile High Youth Corps
Job posted on:
27 Feb 2019
Job starts on:
14 May 2019
Contact Name:
Charlotte
Email:
Phone:
3034331206
Fax:
 
Address:
1801 Federal Blvd, Denver, Colorado 80204
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
• Between 18-24 years old and eligible to legally serve in the United States. Documentation will be required on the first day. • Must be eligible for enrollment in AmeriCorps as a US Citizen, National, or Lawful Permanent Resident. Documentation will be required on the first day. • High School Diploma or equivalency required. • Able to commit to the entire term of service, May 14th – August 9th. • This position may have access to vulnerable populations and therefore must complete a pre-service background check which includes fingerprinting. • Pre-service drug screen required (includes marijuana).
General Job Description:
Do you want to be a wildland firefighter someday? Or perhaps a park ranger? Or maybe an outdoor educator? Are you looking for a career in natural resources but don't know where to start? If you love forests, mountains, trails, hiking, parks, and campfires… If you want to work outside and know you’re making a difference every single day… If you want to be part of a team and push yourself to your limits… This is what we do. Join us as a Corpsmember for our 2019 Land Conservation Summer of Service. We need adventurous, hard-working individuals to complete land conservation projects through team-based field work across the stunning open spaces and mountain parks of the Colorado Front Range. Personal growth, friendship, and endurance thrive here. You’ll learn how to build trails, use chainsaws, remove invasive species, and protect wildlife habitats. Put your personal development at the top of your priority list, next to community service and environmental impact. Get paid biweekly while doing what you love and earn a scholarship at the end of the summer. Not an experienced outdoorsperson? Never built a trail or used a chainsaw? That's okay! Our crews begin the season with a week of in-house orientation and a week of field training either on trail building or chainsaw operation. All we ask is that you bring your dedication to hard work, a positive attitude, and a commitment to a summer you’ll never forget. What we do every day: • Complete physically demanding conservation projects with crews of 9 other Corpsmembers on public lands throughout Denver and adjacent counties • Projects include trail construction and maintenance, fire mitigation, invasive species removal, wildlife habitat improvements, fencing, and public land maintenance • Our usual work week is four 10-hour days, Monday – Thursday, with most Fridays off • Participate in four hours per week of educational activities on environmental stewardship, civic engagement, healthy living, leadership & career development, and social justice • Crews occasionally camp at their project site; those crews are provided with camping gear and food for the duration of the week Corpsmembers Receive: • Biweekly stipend: Earn a living stipend of $760 every two weeks • AmeriCorps Education Award: Earn a scholarship of $1,583.36 upon successful completion of 450 hour term of service. This scholarship can be used to pay tuition or pay back qualifying student loans. • Trainings: 40 hour Outdoor Stewardship Institute Trail building training or S-212 Chainsaw Equivalency Certification, First Aid/CPR, Pesticide Application, and hands-on technical training related to all projects • Transportation: We provide transportation from our Denver office to the work site and back every day. • Health Insurance: May be eligible for health insurance the 1st of the month after serving at MHYC for sixty days. Corps members will have a monthly share of the health insurance premium. Schedule: This is a full-time temporary position, from May 14th - August 9th , 2019. Crews work four days of 10 hours, Monday through Thursday, with in-office programming one Friday morning every month. Still not sure? Watch our 25th anniversary video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O0Q_2xiDBgU !

Fund Development & Events Coordinator

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
Youth Initiative of Adams County
Job posted on:
20 Feb 2019
Job starts on:
01 Apr 2019
Contact Name:
Kendra Simpson
Email:
Phone:
720-822-7411
Fax:
720-822-7411
 
Address:
1500 East 128th Avenue, Thornton, Colorado 80241
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Bachelor’s degree plus minimum of two years of successful development experience. Proven success in fundraising activities and grant writing. Outstanding interpersonal and written communication skills with ability to write for different audiences and for various purposes; technical, creative, and persuasive writing skills a must. Self-starter, able to work independently, but also good judgement in seeking guidance and direction, and strong interest and ability to work collaboratively. Ability to multi-task and balance multiple projects at once while meeting deadlines. Strong organizational and analytical skills. Creative, yet meticulous and detail-oriented; adhering to timelines. Proficient in donor management platforms, MS Office, and Adobe Creative Suite; highly resourceful and outcomes driven team-player, demonstrate high level of customer/client service and response; strong problem solving skills; adaptable to various competing demands, skilled at working in an ever-changing, fast paced, complex environment including mediation skills; passion for and commitment to working for racially diverse partnership.
General Job Description:
SUMMARY: Youth Initiative of Adams County (ACYI), a fast-paced, dynamic local team that works to MOBILIZE and support a Partnership of stakeholders, who have agreed to work together to increase the success of children and youth and eliminate disparities from Cradle through Career, is hiring a Fund Development & Events Coordinator. The person holding this position will be responsible for supporting and coordinating ACYI’s internal fund development and grants infrastructure, including: individual donors, donor events, partner membership, grant research, writing and reporting. The ideal individual will have the ability to exercise good judgment in a variety of situations, with strong written and verbal communication, administrative, and organizational skills. The position will have the ability to work independently on projects, from conception to completion, and must be able to work under pressure, at times, to handle a wide variety of activities and confidential matters with discretion. ACYI is an equal opportunity employer. STATUS: Full-Time, Non-Exempt; 1 FTE / 40 Hours / Ability to work some nights and weekends Reports to: Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Work Location: ACYI’s home office at Adams 12 Five Star Schools (1500 E 128th Ave., Thornton) and satellite office at Community Reach Center (1870 W 122nd Ave, Westminster) as well as throughout the ACYI partnership, the Denver Metro area and occasionally outside of Colorado and within the U.S. JOB RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO: ADMINISTRATION *Supports the development and/or maintenance of fund development and grant policies and procedures *Oversees electronic and paper filing process and records of grant awards *Maintains discretion and confidentiality in relationships with all stakeholders *Maintains grants and fund development calendars *Ensures prompt acknowledgement of gifts and grants *Maintains accurate database records *Maintains financial records and works with donor software GRANT MANAGEMENT COORDINATION *Supports and executes strategic action outlined in the Fund Development Plan *Supports the annual budget development and monitoring *Acquires and maintains sound knowledge of the organization to generate revenue through the timely submission of well-researched, well-written and well-documented grants, fundraising proposals, etc. *Researches, explores, and cultivates funding opportunities from government agencies and private, corporate, and foundations *Maintains a grant calendar to ensure the timely submission of letters of inquiry, proposal deadlines and reports *Accurately tracks all proposal and grant activity, and prepares monthly reports *Complies with all grant reporting and evaluations as required by foundation and corporate donors *Works closely with the CEO to ensure fund accounting standards and grant restrictions are tracked and met *Writes and circulates revenue-generating appeals *Helps steward relationships with grantors, donors, etc. *Interfaces with stakeholders and under the guidance of the *Backbone Team, supporting the work of The Partnership FUND DEVELOPMENT *Executes donor appreciation plan, including processing thank you letters, annual statements, appreciation events, etc. *Generates donor thank you communication *Ensures the donor database is accurate and reconciles with Quickbooks *Support the team in fund development goals, grant applications and reporting. *Project manages and works with team to plan and host annual fundraising events: annual donor event, donor appreciation events, etc. *Supports the cultivation of relationships OTHER *Other duties as reasonably assigned COMPENSATION: ACYI offers competitive salary and benefits, commensurate with experience and skills. The starting salary range for this position is $40,000 - $45,000. To Apply: Submit resume and cover letter to kendrasimpson@acyi.org. This position closes on March 15, 2019. To learn more about our work, our impact and team, visit ACYI.ORG

DIrector of Marketing & Membership

Job Type:
Other Manager (CFO, Marketing, etc)
Agency:
Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation
Job posted on:
11 Feb 2019
Job starts on:
15 Jun 2019
Contact Name:
Carolyn McCormick
Email:
Phone:
1111111111
Fax:
 
Address:
9191 Sheridan Blvd., Westminster, Colorado 80031
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
The Director of Membership & Marketing is responsible for developing and delivering marketing and communication programs that drive awareness, engagement, and the achievement of the Foundation’s strategic objectives.
General Job Description:
The Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation (the Foundation) is a collaborative, educational, non-profit organization dedicated to the scholarly and practical study of the laws and regulations relating to oil and gas, mining, energy, public lands, water, environmental, and international law. Through our educational programs, we bring together lawyers, landmen, managers, consultants, government personnel, law faculty, students, and others involved in natural resources law. The Foundation is known for its high-quality educational offerings: ? Live courses, conferences, and workshops – both domestic and international – on relevant legal developments and issues ? Online natural resources law continuing legal education ? Publications such as the Landman’s Legal Handbook, American Law of Mining, Law of Federal Oil and Gas Leases, the Proceedings of the Annual Institutes, Gower Federal Services, the RMMLF Journal, the Mineral Law Newsletter, the Water Law Newsletter, and various books, model forms, and other materials. ? The online Digital Library, which puts six decades of scholarship at your fingertips The Foundation also supports law professors and students through its Outreach Programs: ? Grants to promote scholarship, research, writing, teaching, and the study of natural resources law and related fields at law schools ? Scholarships for qualified law students who demonstrate interest in pursuing careers in natural resources law ? Networking grants to introduce law students to practitioners in their field ? Funds to allow law students to attend Foundation programs. The Foundation is led by a Board of Directors, and is guided by a Trustees Council composed of representatives from 33 law schools, 13 bar associations, 19 mining and oil and gas associations, 25 trustees-at-large elected annually, honorary trustees who have made important contributions to the work of the Foundation, and the Foundation’s past presidents. The heart of the organization is the Foundation’s 3,000-plus Annual Members, whose collective efforts produce conferences, courses, and publications of tremendous quality and practical utility. They also contribute invaluable time and thought to the scholarships, grants, and law student outreach programs. Position Overview The Director of Membership & Marketing is responsible for developing and delivering marketing and communication programs that drive awareness, engagement, and the achievement of the Foundation’s strategic objectives. The Director of Membership & Marketing also drives increased membership value and participation and manages the Foundation’s Outreach programs. The Director of Membership & Marketing is part of the management team of the Foundation, reporting to the Executive Director. This is a new position for the Foundation. This position is responsible for the Foundation’s brand, developing and guiding marketing strategies, and integrating marketing plans that drive member acquisition and conversion. A key aspect of the job during the first year is to develop a comprehensive marketing plan in accordance with the Foundation’s strategic plan. The Director of Membership & Marketing is also responsible for implementing the Foundation’s marketing plans, including preparing online and print marketing campaigns, establishing and implementing an effective social media program, identifying new channels to promote the Foundation, identifying data and research needs, and executing efforts to develop metrics and to collect data to understand market demands and measure success. Because the Foundation is a member-driven organization, the Director of Membership & Marketing must engage in direct membership development activities to meet growth targets and goals and ensure that the range of services offered by the Foundation are responsive to the needs of its members. The Director of Membership & Marketing manages the Foundation’s Outreach Programs, including scholarships, grants, and law student programs. This includes working with Foundation committees, trustees, law schools, law professors, students, and other constituents. The Director of Membership & Marketing also leads the Foundation’s fundraising efforts to support the Outreach Program. Qualifications Qualified applicants are visionary, effective, and down-to-earth leaders who demonstrate a high degree of integrity. We seek a person who is inclusive, who treats people with respect, and who has an engaged and collaborative style. We want a person who is proactive and who focuses on results and opportunities. Additionally, the Foundation places particular value on candidates with the following attributes: Commitment to Mission ? Demonstrated commitment to the Foundation’s mission with an understanding of the Foundation’s educational goals. ? A deep interest in natural resource issues and subjects and of the different perspectives and concerns that affect those issues and subjects. Leadership Experience ? Strong, effective leadership, management, and organizational skills; proven commitment to high performance, superior quality in all products, and accountability. ? Minimum of five years of professional experience, preferably in professional association marketing and/or membership development. ? Exceptional customer service skills. ? Excellent judgment, integrity, and comfort with delegating responsibilities appropriately. ? A preference for working in an environment that is collegial, collaborative, and focused on lifelong learning with open dialogue at all levels and a high degree of customer service. ? Experience with budget development and management. Marketing & Communications Experience ? Experience in media/public relations, marketing and communications, and developing and implementing integrated marketing and communications programs. ? Experience in implementing effective marketing strategies and tactics with measurable impact. ? Broad functional experience in areas of branding, integrated media, business and marketing development, and market research with proven ability to deliver measurable results. ? Experience in producing digital and print publications and marketing materials. ? Experience in creating, launching, and maintaining robust online initiatives including websites, blogs, and social media. ? Experience in developing, implementing, and promoting large-scale marketing and media campaigns to raise visibility and spark interest and involvement. ? Adept at analyzing and interpreting data, using key metrics to guide business decisions and marketing strategies. Membership & Fundraising Experience ? Solid background in identifying customers or members and creating compelling value propositions. ? Proven ability to meet customer or membership acquisition goals. ? Experience in assessing effective member benefit programs. ? Knowledge of how to retain members effectively. ? Experience in nonprofit fundraising and effective long-term relationship management. Personal Qualities ? Decisiveness and a willingness to take appropriate risks. ? Ability to identify opportunities, take initiative, and be adaptable and resilient. ? Ability to avoid conflicts or stalemates. ? Strong oral and written communication skills. ? Self-starter; ability to work both independently and as part of a team. ? Ability to handle multiple tasks/projects and meet deadlines. ? Excellent organizational and time management skills. ? Professional with ability to be discreet with confidential and sensitive issues. Other ? Undergraduate degree required; graduate degree preferred. ? Some knowledge of continuing education and/or legal education preferred. ? Proficient with Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Adobe Acrobat, and Microsoft office tools; ability to learn new software tools quickly. ? Willingness to travel regionally, nationally, and internationally as requested. A competitive compensation and benefits package is available. How to Apply To apply for this position, please send your resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to Carolyn McCormick of Peak HR Consulting, LLC at Carolyn.McCormick@peakhrconsulting.com. All applications are to be submitted via email. To learn more about us, please visit www.rmmlf.org. The Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Chief Executive Officer

Job Type:
Director
Agency:
Auraria Higher Education Center
Job posted on:
07 Feb 2019
Job starts on:
15 Jun 2019
Contact Name:
Carolyn McCormick
Email:
Phone:
1111111111
Fax:
 
Address:
1068 9th Street Park, Denver, Colorado 80202
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
The Auraria Campus represents a truly unique higher education community in the dynamic downtown urban environment of Denver, Colorado. The 150-acre campus is home to three distinct public institutions of higher learning: • Community College of Denver • Metropolitan State University of Denver • University of Colorado Denver The Auraria Higher Education Center (AHEC), governed by the Auraria Board of Directors, is a separate state entity providing the facilities, land, and shared services in support of these prominent academic institutions. The collective student population is nearly 42,000, with approximately 5,000 faculty and staff. The Auraria Board of Directors now seeks a new Chief Executive Officer to lead further development and the effective management of this dynamic campus. Position Overview The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) is responsible for the efficient operations on the shared Auraria Campus and is further responsible for administering the mission of the Auraria Higher Education Center (AHEC) to provide for the land, physical plant and facilities necessary to accommodate and house AHEC’s constituent institutions of higher education. The CEO works in partnership with and under the direction and supervision of the Board of Directors of the Auraria Higher Education Center (the Auraria Board). The AHEC CEO is charged with overseeing this “village” of connected yet distinct neighborhoods within the City of Denver. Like many town managers, the AHEC CEO partners with a wide variety of stakeholders including faculty, staff, students, residents, business groups, city officials, transportation leaders, and visitor groups to ensure that the campus is well-managed and serves the needs of each group effectively.
General Job Description:
Auraria Campus Master Plan – 2007-2017 AHEC is committed to providing an effective, efficient, and supportive environment, which facilitates the missions of the three institutions. Toward that end, an extensive planning process was led beginning with the 2007 Campus Master Plan where the concept of institutional neighborhoods was introduced. A notable change came with the 2012 Campus Master Plan, which further embraced those neighborhoods, expanding them along the primary roadways into Denver, and developing a central core with shared facilities built upon specific disciplines, such as the sciences, performing arts, visual arts, library, and common student union. The Auraria Campus Master Plan also now reflects the three institutional neighborhood concept plans and associated academic data that have been developed to accurately appreciate their individual growth and program needs. Qualifications The Auraria Board seeks a talented, proven executive who understands how to manage complex, multi-dimensional facilities, oversee construction and renovation projects, who values working in partnership with myriad stakeholders, and who has a passion for supporting mission-driven enterprises. Qualified candidates will also have experience in these areas: Minimum Professional Requirements • Demonstrated commitment to AHEC’s mission of providing world-class campus facilities to a multi-dimensional university complex that serves a highly diverse, robust, urban population. • Extensive senior level experience in positions of significant responsibility and complexity in similar functional areas, with proven leadership skills and the ability to work with multiple stakeholders and foster positive relationships between different entities. • Experience in overseeing physical plant and infrastructure facilities, together with proven abilities to manage daily operations of such facilities and to direct large capital projects involving myriad stakeholders. • Experience in collaborating effectively with governing bodies such as boards of directors, city councils, or other such oversight entities with proven ability to develop long-term relationships with members of these groups. • Experience in working with elected and appointed government officials and developing effective public policy solutions as appropriate. • Undergraduate degree from an accredited college or university in business or public administration, organizational development, or a closely related field. Preferred Leadership Skills • Demonstrated entrepreneurial, creative and community-oriented approach to implement organization, administrative and financial goals and strategies. • A dynamic and skilled leader who is visionary, open-minded, strategic, and able to work collaboratively and inclusively with others. • Proven ability to develop and implement effective business models to deliver long-term financial sustainability. • Experience with strategic planning, budgeting and management for capital or other major programs and a demonstrated understanding of community and infrastructure development. • Proven ability to develop and direct highly skilled staff members and to ensure a culture of excellence where inclusion is valued. • Excellent oral and written communications skills with a strong customer service orientation. Other Preferred Qualifications • Senior level experience with administration and operational organizations in a government, military base, or higher education setting; or as a City or Town Manager or Administrator. • Understanding of how to develop and maintain effective public-private partnership ventures. • Advanced degree in business or public administration, organizational development, law, or a closely related field. Unique Personal Characteristics • Personal commitment to providing the very best services to the constituent institutions which have very diverse missions; • Vision in projecting the needs of the Auraria Campus, and how they will be accomplished; • Ethics and a high sense of personal integrity; • Proven ability to manage multiple tasks and maintain focus on critical projects for the campus; • Ability to be a perceptive and humble leader, with excellent listening skills and the aptitude to maneuver complex political situations effectively; and, • Tact, diplomacy and proven leadership skills that will motivate and elevate the organization to the next level of excellence. Location Urban sophistication meets outdoor adventure in Denver. Downtown Denver’s record-setting growth in jobs, residents, and visitors is attracting significant development activity. In total, 83 projects have been completed over the past five years or are currently under construction, bringing over $5 billion in investment throughout downtown. These projects add nearly 10,000 new residential units, over 4 million square feet of office space, and 3,200 new hotel rooms to our center city, creating opportunities for future growth and innovation. Denver’s neighborhoods are alive with tasty chef-owned restaurants, art galleries, and one-of-a-kind boutiques. Across the city, you will find charming cafes, bookstores, artists, worldclass cultural facilities, big name shopping, brewpubs, and a wide assortment of restaurants serving all cuisines. Seven professional sports teams call Denver home, and the city is the gateway to unparalleled outdoor adventure opportunities no matter what season. Our campus is located in the heart of this bustling, sophisticated city. We are within walking distance to three main sports arenas, Union Station, the 16th Street pedestrian mall, and major museums and cultural facilities. The Auraria Campus is fully connected to the vibrant energy and sophisticated offerings of the Mile High City. Compensation and Benefits The staff of AHEC are employees of the State of Colorado and thus follow the compensation and benefit structures developed by the state. A competitive salary range that allows for long-term growth in compensation has been developed and approved by the Auraria Board of Directors for the CEO position. Key highlights of the benefits plan include participation in the State of Colorado Public Employees Retirement Association (PERA) retirement plan, various medical health insurance options, life insurance and other optional levels of coverage, and paid time off. How to Apply Qualified candidates are encouraged to apply by sending a cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to our search consultant Carolyn McCormick of Peak HR Consulting, LLC at carolyn.mccormick@peakhrconsulting.com. All applications are to be submitted electronically. To learn more about AHEC and the details of this position, please visit us at www.ahec.edu. Auraria Higher Education Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer. There is no discrimination for or against any applicant based on age, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, disability, or protected veteran status. Applicants have rights under Federal Employment laws including the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO), and the Employee Polygraph Protection Act (EPPA). Please review information about these laws on the Colorado Department of Labor & Employment website.

Associate Communications Officer

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
The Colorado Health Foundation
Job posted on:
06 Feb 2019
Job starts on:
25 Mar 2019
Contact Name:
Christina Kohl
Email:
Phone:
3039537915
Fax:
 
Address:
1780 Pennsylvania St., Denver, Colorado 80203
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Ideal candidates will connect with our mission and cornerstones; work well in ambiguity and managing change; and proactively identify opportunities to advance our mission while remaining grounded in the day-to-day responsibilities. The position also requires: Demonstrated experience, at least three years, in varying types of writing and clear understanding of audience (through volunteering, internships or paid roles) along with a deep interest in further developing strong communications skills such as marketing expertise. Candidates will need to take a writing and editing test. Demonstrated talent in translating difficult information to others and thinking from an audience-first perspective. Demonstrated passion for learning and hard work. A deep understanding of the communities we serve, including Coloradans living on low income, communities of color and/or and neighborhoods or regions that face equity issues (experience may be professional in nature or personal). A Bachelor’s degree in English, marketing/communications, nonprofit management, technology or a related area is required. Eagerness, proactivity, flexibility and the ability to work in a fast-paced setting. The ability to quickly and efficiently develop content and meet deadlines. Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of the use of email marketing and social media platforms (especially Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube) to advance communications efforts. Advanced proficiency in Microsoft Office suite.
General Job Description:
The Foundation is pleased to announce the opening of an Associate Communications Officer. This role is ideal for a communications professional who is a strong writer and skilled at developing different types of content, along with passion for the power of communications to influence and move people to action that increases health equity in Colorado. This is a tactical support role on our Communications team, which is responsible for making meaning of our work and creating culturally-appropriate experiences with the Foundation through strategic communications. At the Foundation, we believe that keeping equity at the heart of our work will lead us to better health. That starts from within, including intentional application of diversity, equity and inclusion practices that guide how we operate and work in communities across Colorado. For example, our cornerstones are designed to help ensure that: • We serve Coloradans who have low income and/or have historically had less power or privilege. • We do everything with the intent of creating health equity. • We are informed by the community and those we exist to serve. This is an extraordinary opportunity for an individual to have a meaningful impact 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 February 17, 2019 The Colorado Health Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer and invites qualified candidates from all backgrounds to apply.

Associate Communications Officer

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
The Colorado Health Foundation
Job posted on:
06 Feb 2019
Job starts on:
25 Mar 2019
Contact Name:
Christina Kohl
Email:
Phone:
3039537915
Fax:
 
Address:
1780 Pennsylvania St., Denver, Colorado 80203
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Ideal candidates will connect with our mission and cornerstones; work well in ambiguity and managing change; and proactively identify opportunities to advance our mission while remaining grounded in the day-to-day responsibilities. The position also requires: Demonstrated experience, at least three years, in varying types of writing and clear understanding of audience (through volunteering, internships or paid roles) along with a deep interest in further developing strong communications skills such as marketing expertise. Candidates will need to take a writing and editing test. Demonstrated talent in translating difficult information to others and thinking from an audience-first perspective. Demonstrated passion for learning and hard work. A deep understanding of the communities we serve, including Coloradans living on low income, communities of color and/or and neighborhoods or regions that face equity issues (experience may be professional in nature or personal). A Bachelor’s degree in English, marketing/communications, nonprofit management, technology or a related area is required. Eagerness, proactivity, flexibility and the ability to work in a fast-paced setting. The ability to quickly and efficiently develop content and meet deadlines. Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of the use of email marketing and social media platforms (especially Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube) to advance communications efforts. Advanced proficiency in Microsoft Office suite.
General Job Description:
The Foundation is pleased to announce the opening of an Associate Communications Officer. This role is ideal for a communications professional who is a strong writer and skilled at developing different types of content, along with passion for the power of communications to influence and move people to action that increases health equity in Colorado. This is a tactical support role on our Communications team, which is responsible for making meaning of our work and creating culturally-appropriate experiences with the Foundation through strategic communications. At the Foundation, we believe that keeping equity at the heart of our work will lead us to better health. That starts from within, including intentional application of diversity, equity and inclusion practices that guide how we operate and work in communities across Colorado. For example, our cornerstones are designed to help ensure that: • We serve Coloradans who have low income and/or have historically had less power or privilege. • We do everything with the intent of creating health equity. • We are informed by the community and those we exist to serve. This is an extraordinary opportunity for an individual to have a meaningful impact 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 February 17, 2019 The Colorado Health Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer and invites qualified candidates from all backgrounds to apply.

Executive Assistant

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
Colorado Community Health Network
Job posted on:
05 Feb 2019
Job starts on:
02 Apr 2019
Contact Name:
Melissa Wright
Email:
Phone:
3038679554
Fax:
 
Address:
600 N Grant St, Suite 800, Denver, Colorado 80203
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
1. Associates degree and/or relevant work experience with at least 3 years working in an executive assistant capacity or similar experience 2. Two years’ experience with meeting and event planning, including vendor negotiations. 3. Excellent organization skills. 4. Excellent writing and speaking skills. 5. Excellent computer skills, particularly with Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. Experience with web design software preferred. 6. Ability to work independently with minimum direction. 7. Ability to work with and handle confidential information in a professional and discreet manner. 8. Demonstrated ability to work with customer/client groups and/or experience in membership organizations. 9. Ability to work as a team member and work effectively with diverse people. 10. Demonstrated awareness of, and value for, cultural competence. 11. Fluency in written and spoken English. 12. Ability to travel. 13. Physical ability to stoop, kneel and bend, use a computer and perform light lifting. CCHN is a membership organization that places a high value on member relations and hospitality. The successful Executive Assistant will be responsive to and respectful of member needs, display sound judgment, relate well to the public and staff, have a professional demeanor, prioritize customer satisfaction, and be well organized.
General Job Description:
The Colorado Community Health Network is a membership association of Community Health Centers (CHCs) serving low-income, homeless, and migrant populations in Colorado. CCHN is a dynamic, team-orientated non-profit, which provides support and technical assistance to safety-net clinics in underserved communities. The Executive Assistant is responsible for providing direct support to most members of the CCHN Leadership Team, administrative support for CCHN’s sister organization, the Community Health Provider Alliance (CHPA), and organizing CCHN’s Triannual member and other meetings. The Executive Assistant must be self-motivated and able to manage multiple tasks, able to work with diverse people, represent the CCHN Leadership Team to others, and travel on occasion. General Duties: Administrative Support to CCHN’s Leadership Team: Support CCHN’s two Vice Presidents and other members of the CCHN leadership team as assigned in: Scheduling meetings Managing calendars Making travel arrangements Completing expense reports Handling voicemail Drafting correspondence to internal and external partners Taking meeting minutes Function as a member of the internal operations team, coordinating with other executive, administrative and operations staff on projects, phone coverage, travel coordination, vacation coverage and assigned projects. Provide excellent customer service with a high level of professionalism, to CCHN staff, members, and external constituents as directed. Other duties as assigned by VP of Strategy and Financing. Administrative Support for CHPA’s CEO: Provide administrative support to the CHPA CEO for scheduling, travel, expense reimbursement, contract management and other tasks as assigned. Manage the CHPA WordPress-based website, making updates and coordinating with appropriate contractors and external partners as needed. Make meeting arrangements, develop agendas and meeting packets and take minutes at CHPA Board of Directors (BOD) meetings. Assist with contract administration, including contract signature, filing processes, and other administrative duties. Assist with various administrative projects including credentialing, provider lists, Excel/Word document development. Other duties as assigned by CHPA’s CEO. Meeting Planning and Other Projects: Serve as the lead for planning CCHN’s Triannual member meetings (150+ attendees) around Colorado, including securing conference hotel, arranging food orders, overseeing registration, serving as onsite liaison, budgeting and attendance reconciliation, and trouble shooting. Serve as the lead for CCHN staff travel/participation in large national meetings and conferences Work with the Operations Manager on the system to monitor, review and update policies and procedures, help the VP of Strategy and Financing staff the Board Policy Committee and serve as a member of the organization’s Corporate Compliance Team. Work with the VP of Strategy and Financing to staff other BOD committees and complete special projects. Evaluate administrative assistant processes and implement changes to improve effectiveness and meet high standards. Serve as a member of the CCHN Website Team and make updates and edits to CCHN’s WordPress-based website as needed/assigned. Report corporate compliance concerns to CCHN’s Corporate Compliance Officer (note: any CCHN employee who reports a compliance concern in good faith is protected by law from retaliation).

Executive Assistant

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
Colorado Community Health Network
Job posted on:
05 Feb 2019
Job starts on:
02 Apr 2019
Contact Name:
Melissa Wright
Email:
Phone:
3038679554
Fax:
 
Address:
600 N Grant St, Suite 800, Denver, Colorado 80203
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
1. Associate’s degree or equivalent. 2. Five or more years providing support for C-suite staff. 3. Strong organizational skills that reflect ability to perform and prioritize multiple tasks seamlessly with excellent attention to detail. 4. Excellent customer service skills. 5. Ability to work with minimal supervision and maximum accountability. 6. Proficiency with Outlook, Word, PowerPoint and Excel and experience with online research and inquiries. 7. Must have reliable transportation to run errands, a valid driver’s license and current insurance. 8. Demonstrated ability to work with customer/client groups and/or experience in membership organizations. 9. Ability to work as a team member and work effectively with diverse people. 10. Demonstrated awareness of, and value for, cultural competence. 11. Fluency in written and spoken English. 12. Physical ability to stoop, kneel, bend, use a computer and perform light lifting.
General Job Description:
The Colorado Community Health Network is a membership association of Community Health Centers (CHCs) serving low-income, homeless, and migrant populations in Colorado. CCHN is a dynamic, team-orientated non-profit, which provides support and technical assistance to safety-net clinics in underserved communities. This position is responsible for helping the President and CEO make CCHN the best CHC membership association in the nation! Knowledge & Skills Required: The person who will fill this position will: 1. Be highly organized and disciplined, knowing the status of the projects the CEO is working on and making certain all deliverables from other staff are received on time. 2. Ensure the CEO’s calendar is up to date, she has what she needs to complete the myriad of projects she’s working on and/or the meetings she is attending. 3. Share CCHN’s values of quality, innovation, abundance, respect, collaboration, and commitment. 4. Have excellent social skills, operate with diplomacy, tact, empathy, respect, genuineness, and specificity. 5. Have excellent written and verbal communication skills, including ability to communicate clearly, concisely and persuasively face-to-face, as well as in reports, memos, member communications, and even routine emails. 6. Anticipate what can go wrong and work to make sure it doesn’t! 7. Develop and maintain strong relationships with the CCHN Board members, their assistants, external partners and their assistants, internal staff, etc., all of who are critical to CCHN’s success. 8. Ability to manage multiple tasks and projects and flexibility in shifting between them and prioritizing and handling new ones as they arise. 9. Be comfortable when working on tight deadlines, and able to turn work around within a short time span where demands may change at short notice. 10. Manage complex and highly confidential information. 11. Invent and develop the best administrative support systems the CEO has ever seen. 12. Be an advanced user of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Powerpoint) and Microsoft Outlook (calendar, contacts, email, etc.). General Duties: 1. Serve as gatekeeper to all those who request time of the CEO because there will be far more requests than the calendar will hold. 2. Remind the CEO of events on the calendar and take the initiative to make sure she's prepared with the right documents and information, etc. 3. Answer CEO’s phone and direct incoming calls. 4. Maintain up-to-date and accurate Outlook contacts, including group contacts. 5. Arrange meetings for the Board of Directors, and with partners, legislators, etc., including securing space and food, setting up video and audio conferencing capabilities, etc. 6. Develop and maintain strong relationships with a myriad of external partners, Board members, internal staff, vendors, etc. 7. Support the CEO in preparing information for presentations, interviews, Board meetings, etc. 8. Develop and implement timelines and budgets for projects. 9. Develop draft agendas for meetings. 10. Update the CEO on key issues that arise when the CEO is out of the office. 11. Make travel arrangements for the CEO. 12. Function as a member of the internal administration/operations team. 13. Report corporate compliance concerns to CCHN’s Corporate Compliance Officer; any CCHN employee who reports a compliance concern in good faith is protected by law from retaliation. 14. Perform related responsibilities as assigned and required. CCHN is an equal opportunity employer offering a generous benefits package, a highly professional but casual work environment, and a competitive salary (DOE). Category: Full –Time (40 hours per week), Non-Exempt Responsible to: President and CEO Supervises: N/A Job Description Effective Date: January 2019 Compensation Range: $26-30 per hour To Apply: Please submit 1. A cover letter 2. Updated resume with all relevant qualifications/history 3. Written answers to the following three questions (limit responses to two pages total): a. CCHN has adopted values that influence and shape its work culture: Quality, Innovation, Abundance, Respect, Collaboration, and Commitment. Please describe which of these values resonate with you most, and why. b. This job requires excellent customer service, communication and social skills. Describe your skills in these areas, and how you’ve used these skills in developing and maintaining strong professional relationships and partnerships. c. Describe your experience and ability in managing multiple tasks and projects and flexibility in shifting between them and prioritizing and handling new ones as they arise. Candidates should email the required information to Katie Pachan Jacobson, katie@cchn.org. Please list “Application – CCHN Executive Assistant” in the subject line of the email. This position will stay open until filled, however applications submitted by Wednesday, February 13, 2019 will be given priority. No phone calls.

K-1-2 Learning Resource Teacher

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
Stanley British Primary School
Job posted on:
01 Feb 2019
Job starts on:
01 Aug 2019
Contact Name:
Anne Schreiber
Email:
Phone:
303-360-0803
Fax:
303-360-0353
 
Address:
350 Quebec St, Denver, Colorado 80230
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Desired Qualifications and Background Experience: • A deep enjoyment of working with young children and getting to know them, honoring and valuing each individual child. • A commitment to engendering inclusiveness as a core value in the classroom and within the school community • An appreciation for and deep understanding of the British Primary philosophy including the Seven Goals for Learners of self-awareness, collaboration, curiosity, perseverance, academic resourcefulness, and joyful, life-long learning • Excellent communication and collaboration skills • Flexibility, and the ability to manage details and to follow through • Teaching experience, preferably at least five years, and preferably in kindergarten, first and second grade classrooms • Experience adapting and modifying curriculum, and meeting the needs of diverse learners • Background in Special Education, ideally a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Special Education or related field. • Ability to interpret and communicate about assessments and comprehensive evaluations • A commitment to improving one’s craft and growing professionally, modeling the joyful, lifelong learning we seek to impart to our students. We Value: • An inclusive and diverse community • Joyfulness • Lifelong learning • Positive and constructive communication • Creativity, flexibility, and resourcefulness • An understanding of children and childhood • Commitment to making a positive difference in the world Equal Opportunity Employer Stanley BPS is committed to a policy of nondiscrimination and equal opportunity for all persons regardless of race, ethnicity, color, religion, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, or veteran status. This policy covers all programs, services, policies, and procedures of Stanley BPS, including admissions, employment and access to services and programs. To initiate an application, send a cover letter and resume to: Name: Anne Schreiber, K-5 Coordinator Email: anne.schreiber@stanleybps.org Stanley British Primary School 303-360-0803 350 Quebec St. Denver, CO 80230
General Job Description:
Teaching Opportunity at the Stanley British Primary School Opening: K-1-2 Learning Resource Teacher • 80% position to begin August 2019 About Stanley BPS: For more than 40 years, Stanley classrooms have been filled with engaged learners guided by inspired teachers. We carefully blend an academic program grounded in a whole-child approach with an attention to each child’s social/emotional development. Our British Primary philosophy promotes the simple notion that when students enjoy what they are doing and take an active role in their education, learning truly becomes a joy and a lifelong endeavor. SBPS is committed to maintaining a diverse and inclusive school community. Candidates from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply. Responsibilities: • Communicate and collaborate with 1-2 homeroom teams of teachers for approximately 30 Kindergarten, first and second grade students in each room • Create a safe, supportive, mutually respectful classroom community which values the distinct contributions and abilities of each child • Design curricula, materials, learning environment and teaching strategies to meet the individualized needs of each student making adaptations and modifications • Ensure each child maintains confidence as a learner and continues to have a positive self-image • Inspire and educate children to develop Stanley BPS’s Seven Goals for Learners • Teach small group math and reading groups • Support learners in classroom at whole class writing and inquiry times • Complete progress monitoring and benchmark assessments and use data to inform instruction • Create with parents and classroom teachers, specific learning goals for children delineated from the child’s strengths, preferences and needs • Communicate and collaborate with K-1-2 Social Emotional Teacher • Write Learning Support Plans and communicate with parents about progress • Attend parent/teacher conferences • Recommend outside evaluation and specialized services, as necessary • Support teachers and parents in understanding comprehensive educational evaluations and clarify and articulate the school’s Learning Resource Policy and Procedures • Coordinate services and Trans-Disciplinary Support Team for children, and communicate goals, progress, timelines, strategies, agendas and minutes to Support Team members to ensure continuity and clarity of supports. • Be an active, positive and contributing member of K-8 staff

Executive Director

Job Type:
Director
Agency:
Early Childhood Council of Larimer County
Job posted on:
24 Jan 2019
Job starts on:
01 May 2019
Contact Name:
Anne Marie Jacobson
Email:
Phone:
9703773388
Fax:
 
Address:
2850 McClelland Drive, Ste 3400, Fort Collins, Colorado 80525
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Education and Work Experience Qualifications: • Bachelor’s degree and at least five years’ executive or management level non-profit experience, including supervision and financial management; Master’s Degree preferred • Strong organizational and problem solving skills • Experience with policy and advocacy • Solid budget and financial management skills, including budget preparation, tracking, and reporting • Experienced facilitator • Highly effective written and verbal communication skills, including public speaking • Background in early childhood issues a plus • Computer proficiency with Microsoft Office applications, especially Word, Excel and Outlook
General Job Description:
Reports To: Board of Directors Job Location: Fort Collins, CO Work Schedule: Full-time; Position to start in mid-May 2019 Exemption Status: Exempt Salary Range: $65,000 - $75,000 (Salary is based on 49 week year. Office closed the week of Thanksgiving and the week between Christmas and New Year’s, plus one personal flex week each year.) Position Summary: The Executive Director has primary responsibility for the leadership of the Early Childhood Council, a dynamic not-for-profit organization which provides community leadership around early childhood issues in Larimer County. Responsibilities include strategic planning, staff supervision, resource development and grant writing, budget preparation and financial management, grant management, and program development and implementation. Because of the organization’s nature, this person is expected to be highly engaged with both community and state organizations, including facilitation of community initiatives and work groups. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Management of Operations: • Oversee and coordinate the day to day operations of the organization • Ensure program implementation in compliance with organization-wide policies and procedures • Work with officers and members of the board • Oversee agency staff, including compliance with all personnel policies and legal requirements; Responsible for both direct supervision and management of employees supervised by others • Oversee interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems • Follow legal responsibilities associated with 501(c)3 • Maintain a working knowledge of significant developments and trends in the field across the state Leadership • Provide leadership to and foster the active participation of the ECCLC Advisory Council • Identify opportunities and provide community leadership to address issues collaboratively, including engaging in policy and advocacy work • Foster relationships with community partners from multiple domains, including, but not limited to business, government, non-profit, early childhood, health care • Promote an effective, high-visibility and positive public image of ECCLC and its mission and work to elevate the profile of ECCLC • Represent ECCLC at the local and state level, including participation in the state wide Early Childhood Council Leadership Alliance Strategic Planning and Evaluation • Oversee development of long range strategic plan, including input from Advisory Council, Staff and Board • Track implementation of plan, including monitoring of annual work plan activities • Engage in continuous improvement practices by monitoring program and community data, and making changes as indicated • Oversee data collection and evaluation activities and preparation of related reports Grant Management • Track all grants and grant contracts to ensure compliance with funder requirements • Ensure sound fiscal management of all funds, including documentation and proper allocation of expenses Resource Development • Continually track resources to determine adequate funding for programs and services over time, and identify gaps and opportunities to be addressed • Oversee and participate in grant writing to ensure adequate funds • In conjunction with the Board of Directors, monitor resources, create long-term financial strategies and support fundraising efforts as needed Fiscal Management • Develop and/or maintain sound financial practices, including fund accounting and overseeing bookkeeper • Work with the board to prepare an annual budget • Oversee and manage the ECCLC budget, including monitoring day to day fiscal procedures and end of year fiscal processes • Ensure that the organization operates within budget guidelines and present financial reports regularly to the board • Manage payroll and cost allocation of all expenses • Oversee the development of contracts and memoranda of understanding with all contractors and partnering agencies • Coordinate an annual audit • Represent ECCLC in its relationships with donors, grantors, contractors, and other funders Job Benefits: • Family friendly and flexible work environment • Salary is based on 49 week year (Office closed the week of Thanksgiving and the week between Christmas and New Year’s, plus one personal flex week each year.) • Six paid holidays • After 2 months: ? Paid time off (PTO) ? Eligible for health, dental, vision and life insurance To Apply: Email cover letter, resume and the names/contact information of three professional references to ECCLC Board President Anne Marie Jacobson at EDSearch@ecclc.org by 5 p.m. on February 25th, 2019. Mailed or hand delivered resumes will not be accepted. ECCLC enhances diversity through inclusion of individuals reflective of characteristics including, and not limited to, race, ethnicity, age, culture, different ideas and perspectives, disability, first generation status, familial status, gender identity and expression, geographic background, marital status, national origin, religious and spiritual beliefs, sex, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, and veteran status.