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Available Opportunities

Part-time Executive Director

Job Type:
Director
Agency:
The Lowry Foundation
Job posted on:
14 Jun 2018
Job starts on:
01 Aug 2018
Contact Name:
Barbara Volpe
Email:
Phone:
303-478-2509
Fax:
 
Address:
293 Roslyn Street, Denver, Colorado 80230
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
This is a wonderful opportunity for an energetic and entrepreneurial person who is looking for a part-time position providing an unending variety of tasks and leadership opportunities. The successful candidate must demonstrate a willingness to commit to the hard work needed to take the Foundation to its next level of sophistication and accomplishment. *A congenial personality and extensive relationship management skills; *ability to interact professionally and diplomatically with board members, business leaders, community leaders, various Lowry HOA’s, donors and Lowry residents to create collaborations and networks. *Ability to help board articulate a vision and set strategy for enhancing the quality of life and public spaces in Lowry. *Impeccable character and fortitude to hold self and everyone in the organization to a high standard of conduct and performance. *Excellent written, oral and interpersonal skills and the ability to exercise good judgment. *Demonstrated ability and contacts in Metro Denver to raise funds from foundations, corporations and individuals. *Demonstrated ability to market events and venues and to use social media effectively. *Outstanding planning, organizational, and project management skills. *Demonstrated ability to motivate and work closely with diverse, intergenerational teams of people to accomplish goals. *Some progressively responsible experience in a management/leadership capacity or the equivalent. *Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience with requisite qualifications. *Solid computer skills including ability to use PowerPoint, Excel, Word. *Residency in Lowry or a connection to Lowry is desired, but not required. *Ability to start work on August 1, 2018 or shortly thereafter.
General Job Description:
General Description: After 57 years of service to this country, Lowry Air Force Base closed in 1994. As the base was redeveloped and turned into a mixed-use community, the Lowry Foundation, a 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation, was founded in 1998 to enhance the quality of life and public spaces in Lowry. The Foundation’s projects have included, among other things, celebrations of Lowry’s past, maintaining Lowry’s public art, a community grant program, a Speaker Series and the preservation of the historic Eisenhower Chapel. The Executive Director reports directly to the Lowry Foundation Board of Directors. Hours beyond the normal workweek (including evenings and weekends) are sometimes required. Primary job location is the Eisenhower Chapel, located at 293 Roslyn Street in the Lowry Town Center. Major Functions and Responsibilities: As currently configured, the part-time Executive Director will serve as the sole Foundation staff member with a wide variety of leadership and administrative duties including office management, marketing, event planning and execution, fundraising, partnership management and leadership responsibilities. This position will require seamless coordination with the volunteer board to assist in day to day activities where needed. Duties will include but not be limited to the following: *Provide all office management and administrative services including mail, email, phone, accounts payable, record keeping, data management. *Work with the Board’s Chair and Members to lead, manage and execute the raising of all funds needed to operate and build the organization and its programs. This may include working with contracted grant writers if needed. *Work with the board Treasurer and contracted accountant to manage the Foundation’s annual budget (approximately $90,000) and financial operations. *Work with the Board Executive Committee to develop and staff the Lowry Foundation Board of Directors *Work with the Board of Directors to set the mission, vision and strategy of the organization and to evaluate its success in achieving its mission. *Oversee all Foundation programs and events including recruiting and managing volunteers, marketing, and evaluation. *Oversee the use of the Eisenhower Chapel including marketing it as an event venue, contracting with renters, and keeping the facility in good repair. *Serve as the face and ambassador of the Foundation in the community which may include coordinating, leading, and attending meetings and functions (including certain evenings and weekends) as needed. *Other duties as necessary or assigned. To apply: Please send a letter of application detailing interest and qualifications for this position, a current resume, and the names and contact information of three professional references. Applications open until position filled. Applications must be mailed or emailed to the address listed below: By mail: Lowry Foundation, 293 Roslyn Street, Denver, CO 80230 By email: lowryfoundation@gmail.com

Administrative Manager

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
Home Builders Foundation
Job posted on:
14 Jun 2018
Job starts on:
01 Aug 2018
Contact Name:
Beth Forbes
Email:
Phone:
303-551-6721
Fax:
 
Address:
9033 E. Easter Pl, Ste 200, Centennial, Colorado 80112
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Knowledge, Skills, Abilities & Experience: ? Data Entry (Quick, efficient data entry with strong attention to detail) ? Experience with CiviCRM ? Experience creating content and graphic design for social media, collateral, fundraising materials ? Exceptional interpersonal skills and the ability to work well with donors, board members and others. ? Strong organizing and planning skills ? Project management experience ? Ability to keep information from meetings in confidence ? Self-sufficient (Ability to self-teach, help troubleshoot issues that arise and understand how the database is critical to the overall needs of the organization. At the same time, is not afraid to ask questions.) ? True ability to multi-task and support all aspects of a small nonprofit operations, as this position will assist with fundraising, development, board support and general admin. ? Ties to and/or currently living in Denver metro area. ? Experience with home building industry. Physical/Mental Demands & Environment: ? Must be able to meet up to 35% local travel requirements. ? Must be able to lift up to 35 lbs. ? Must be able to spend a majority of the day sitting at a desk working with a computer. Education (Minimum Requirements): ? Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience
General Job Description:
Overview: The mission of the Home Builders Foundation is to build independence, provide opportunities and elevate lives for individuals and families with disabilities in our community. For over 25 years, the Home Builders Foundation has enabled individuals with disabilities and their families to live more independent, elevated lives. Our dedicated staff is passionate about expanding access, safety and comfort for the differently abled. We work closely with skilled volunteers and collaborative partners to come together to create home modifications that empower greater access, reinforce safety and equip recipients the ability to tackle everyday tasks. Our goal is to continue to build upon our experience and expand how our services can better elevate lives for those in need. Job Description: The HBF is seeking an Administrative Manager who can commit to 3-4 days per week (approx. 15-24 hours/ week) and who is enthusiastic about assisting a small non-profit in all aspects of its operations. The person in this position must exhibit proficiency in MS Office, internet research and social media; marketing plan implementation; and donor management; and the ability to take on a project – big or small – and run with it; detail oriented; data-driven; flexibility; ability to multitask; diplomatic phone/e-mail messaging skills; and strong writing capabilities. Probable Duties (including but not limited to): ? Support overall administration and operations o Maintaining and inputting information into the HBF's Customer Relations Database o Sorting and distributing incoming mail o Assisting in all mailings related to projects, fundraising, outreach, or otherwise o QuickBooks support o Licenses and renewals o Website updates o Graphics o Other duties as assigned ? Donor Management Support o Follows up on donor related activities with donors and Community Development Director (CDD) o Manages, maintains, and oversees updates to CiviCRM donor database as directed by CDD to track and report on all donor-related activity including the recording of income, event participation, in-kind contributions, sponsorships, and other participation in an overall effort to optimize fundraising and friend-raising opportunities. o Works with CDD to design, prepare, and administer acknowledgement/thank-you letters for all funding sources. o With direction from CDD, implements and tracks progress of plans for the cultivation of planned and major gift-donor relationships through telephone, written (letters, invitations, applications, proposals, written materials, etc.), and high level of personal contact. o Assist with donor mailings and campaigns ? Marketing Plan Implementation & Support o With direction from CDD, develops and implements E-newsletter—writes, selects photos, layout and sends current updates. Works with Program Director and Director of Construction to accurately communicate program successes, needs, impact, etc. o Writes press-releases as needed, collaborating with appropriate staff, board members, volunteers and/or community members for content o Maintains website content management system, updates with current project and event information o Expands social media presence with the community, and leverages social media opportunities by updating content and increasing visibility o Implements updates and creation of publicity materials, including brochures, posters, stickers, etc. as needed. ? Support Staff, Board of Directors, Committee and/or Volunteer meetings o May assist in preparation of agendas/ packets; may take, distribute and file attendance, volunteer hours, minutes and/or action items from meetings ? Program/ Projects Support o Pre-project process support including tracking insurance; phone calls, application intake, pre-project approval paperwork ? Post-project support including thank you notes, certificates, etc. for project supporters; tracking past recipient evaluation results ? Tracking post-project surveys to volunteers and Project Captains o Assist Director of Construction in setting up site visits o Assist Program Director/ Recipient Committee in implementation and management of Past Recipient archive project ? Fundraising Support for HBF's major fundraising events (February, June, September and November), fundraising appeals (April, August and December) and recruitment and retention events (varies). o Help with pre event follow up with attendees and sponsors (includes collecting guest names/emails and entering information into the database) o Assist with set up and day of event needs. Must be able to attend all fundraising events. o Assist with follow up (thank you mailings, collecting outstanding invoices) o Assist with monthly mailings (thank you notes, etc.) ? Contributes to staff meetings, supports the achievement of staff and organizational goals, and may interact with the Board of Directors on strategies, processes, trends and best practices. Establishes and maintains a collaborative working relationship with fellow team members. ? Other duties as assigned.

Community Development Director

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
Home Builders Foundation
Job posted on:
14 Jun 2018
Job starts on:
01 Aug 2018
Contact Name:
Beth Forbes
Email:
Phone:
303-551-6721
Fax:
 
Address:
9033 E. Easter Pl, Ste 200, Centennial, Colorado 80112
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Knowledge, Skills, Abilities & Experience: Required: ? At least 3-5 years successful Development/Fundraising experience, including individual and major gift philanthropic efforts. ? At least 3-5 years successful experience in nonprofit marketing. ? At least 2 years previous experience working in the nonprofit sector or equivalent for profit experience with sponsor acquisition or sales. ? Excellent oral and written skills. ? Strong interpersonal skills. ? Strong organizational skills with attention to detail. ? Ability to work with all levels of the organization. ? Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point, Donor Management software ? Ability to Multi-task, prioritize and handle several projects simultaneously. Preferred: ? 5+ years successful Development/Fundraising/Marketing experience, including individual and major gift philanthropic efforts. ? 4+ years’ experience in nonprofit sector or for profit in sales or sponsor acquisition ? Detailed knowledge and experience with CivicCRM. ? Ties to and/or currently living in Denver metro area. ? Experience with home building industry. Physical/Mental Demands & Environment: ? Must be able to meet up to 15% local travel requirements. ? Must be able to lift up to 35 lbs. ? Must be able to spend a majority of the day sitting at a desk working with a computer. Education (Minimum Requirements): ? Bachelor’s degree Preferred: ? Master’s in Non-Profit Management or MBA
General Job Description:
Job Description: Responsibilities include managing all aspects of community outreach related to philanthropic giving to HBF to ensure successful attainment of annual donor related revenue goals. This includes the development and implementation of an overall Fundraising/ Donor Plan, donor acquisition strategies; donor appeal planning; and donor management and retention plans. This also includes responsibility for the development of related documentation, ensuring results tracking and overseeing the maintenance of related files and databases. Additionally, this position is responsible for providing the strategy and direction for the marketing of HBF including oversight of newsletters, marketing campaigns and collateral as needed, as well as interfacing with outsourced marketing and website resources. Tactical implementation will be supported by the HBF Administrative Manager. Essential Job Duties (including but not limited to): Fundraising/ Development ? Works with Executive Director to create, implement and expand annual fundraising plans to support existing program operations and align with the HBF’s vision and long-term goals and objectives. ? Responsible for development activities of the following areas: annual giving, major gifts and grant writing. ? Development and implementation of an annual Fundraising/Donor Plan which includes donor acquisition strategies directly related to community outreach efforts, appeal planning, annual giving plans, and donor management and retention strategies. ? Coordinates planning, community outreach and execution of three donor appeals and annual giving plans, including Colorado Gives Day. ? Implements a system to prospect, recruit, update, respond to, track, and follow-up on all prospective donors building a portfolio for annual/individual giving, planned giving, in-kind, endowment, and corporate giving. ? Develops plans for the cultivation of planned and major gift-donor relationships through telephone, written (letters, invitations, applications, proposals, written materials, etc.), and high level of personal contact. Ensures plan is implemented, using a variety of resources including Exective Director, Board Members, strategic donors and personal efforts. Ensure follow-up to finalize all donations. Administrative Manager will support some of these efforts. ? Expands the HBF’s base of supporters by identifying new individual, corporate, and other funding prospects in the community for special events, Annual Commitment program and other fundraising opportunities resulting in significant revenue. ? Ensures that supporters are appropriately recognized and receive the benefits and expectations promised and continue to effectively cultivate, solicit, and steward those relationships. ? Manages and oversees updates to CiviCRM donor database to track and report on all donor-related activity including the recording of income, event participation, in-kind contributions, sponsorships, and other participation in an overall effort to optimize fundraising and friend-raising opportunities. Administrative Manager will support some of these efforts. ? Provides analysis and recommendations to Executive Director on database information to ensure optimal fundraising efforts. ? Recruits, trains, develops and leads volunteers, committee members, interns, admin staff and others as needed to execute fundraising/donor activities. ? Partners with the Fundraising Events Manager to ensure successful donor and philanthropy connections and experiences are ensured at HBF’s major fundraising events and the donors/ sponsors that support these events. All staff is responsible for attending and supporting Fundraising Events Manager and Community Development Director at all major fundraising events. ? Manages development related procedures, workflows, and reporting. ? Provides significant input in planning and budgeting and is responsible for staying within the Development budget. Marketing/ Communications ? Oversees and directs HBF marketing efforts in conjunction with and to support overall fundraising efforts. ? Oversees the creation of E-newsletter, press releases, social media content and collateral for donor campaigns. Directs the implementation of these plans and efforts with Administrative Manager. ? Partners with Program Director and others to develop Donor-focused collateral and messaging. Community Outreach ? Creates and implements specific outreach plans to engage our communities – those who support us, those we want to expand to and those we serve. ? Represents HBF at community events as required. Additionally, seeks out forums for spokespersons, ambassadors, and advocates to speak on behalf of the HBF. ? Cultivates relationships with appropriate community leaders, organizations, and businesses to support recruitment efforts within targeted areas to positively impact donor and outreach growth. Other Duties & Expectations: ? Utilizes metrics to track, analyze, and report the effectiveness of the fundraising, marketing, and community engagement strategies. ? Provides regular updates to the Executive Director on fundraising, marketing, and community relations activities. ? Delivers all fundraising, marketing, and community engagement activities within budget parameters. ? Answers phones and handles correspondence, responds to email, addresses donor inquiries, schedules and attends meetings, and performs a broad range of daily administrative tasks. ? May be staff liaison to designated committees and/ or tasks forces related to fundraising, marketing, communications and outreach. ? Contributes to staff meetings, supports the achievement of staff and organizational goals, and may interact with the Board of Directors on strategies, processes, trends and best practices. Establishes and maintains a collaborative working relationship with fellow team members. ? Promotes the mission and vision of the Home Builders Foundation. ? Other duties as assigned.

Quality Initiatives Specialist

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
Colorado Community Health Network
Job posted on:
13 Jun 2018
Job starts on:
01 Jul 2018
Contact Name:
Victoria Anderson
Email:
Phone:
3038615165
Fax:
 
Address:
600 Grant Street, Ste. 800, Denver, Colorado 80203
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Desired Qualifications: 1. Bachelor’s degree in a related field. 2. At least two years of experience in appropriate field (public health, community health, or other health related field). 3. Familiarity with group facilitation and healthcare practice transformation. 4. At least two years of experience working in an office environment. 5. Excellent organizational skills and strong written and verbal communication skills. 6. Ability to work with minimal supervision and maximum accountability. 7. Demonstrated ability to work with customer/client groups and/or experience in membership organizations. 8. Ability to work as a team member and work effectively with diverse people. 9. Ability to manage and prioritize multiple tasks. 10. Pleasant manner in telephone and personal contacts and a professional demeanor. 11. Strong computer skills, particularly in Microsoft Office Word, Excel, Outlook, and the internet. 12. Demonstrated awareness of, and value for, cultural competence. 13. Fluency in written and spoken English. 14. Ability to travel, including overnight trips. 15. Physical ability to stoop, kneel, bend, use a computer and perform light lifting. The ideal Quality Initiatives Coordinator will display sound judgment, relate well to the public and staff, have a professional demeanor, prioritize customer satisfaction, and be well organized.
General Job Description:
General Statement: CCHN is a membership association of Community Health Centers (CHCs) serving low-income, homeless, and migrant populations in Colorado. CCHN, a dynamic, team-orientated non-profit, provides support and technical assistance to safety-net clinics in underserved communities. The Quality Improvement Specialist must be self-motivated and able to manage multiple tasks, work with diverse people, carry a heavy workload, and travel within Colorado (up to 70%). The Quality Improvement Specialist will be a team member of the Quality Initiatives Division (QID) and will be responsible for working with a multidisciplinary team on related QID projects. The position’s primary activity is providing training and technical assistance to support Colorado’s CHCs. The specialist will provide support for the following: practice transformation, patient engagement, clinical data for quality improvement, integration of behavioral and oral health into the medical setting, and exploration of care coordination efforts. The specialist will need to possess technical and analytical writing skills, as well as the capacity to deliver information in a manner that is accessible to a wide audience, including technical and non-technical groups. The position will require interviewing, team improvement, program management and development, and facilitation skills. It also includes, but is not limited to, the following duties: General Duties: 1. Develops, implements, and evaluates strategic work plans, forecasting financial requirements, and preparing reports for funders. 2. Collects information and assists in development of materials for Project ECHO, Komen Colorado Grant, CCHN’s Group Purchasing Order partnership, scholarship programs, and other projects as assigned. 3. Attends and participates in project-related webinars, regional, and national conventions when requested. 4. Supports CCHN’s partnership with Project ECHO; attending partnership meetings, and site visits with all CHCs to provide an overview of ECHO Colorado. 5. Coordinate the Komen Colorado Grant, including deliverable tracking, data collection and reporting. 6. Facilitate the CCHN Agricultural Worker Peer Group and Migrant Head Start partnership group. 7. Coordinate CCHN’s work meeting the Bureau of Primary Health Care work plan deliverables related to special populations, defined as agricultural workers and LGBTQ patients. 8. Collects, aggregates, and analyzes data from CHCs (including data quality validation) to inform data report development. Presents data to CHCs, including staff and directors, both remotely and in-person. 9. Travels to Colorado CHC to provide program specific technical assistance up to 70% of the time. 10. Facilitates and coordinates CHC training and technical assistance including practice facilitation, small- and large-scale trainings, and webinars. 11. Plans and facilitates internal and external meetings, trainings, webinars, and conference calls. 12. Represents CCHN in fostering external partnerships with key stakeholders (including, but not limited to, state agencies, coalitions, etc.) by attending regular state- and region-wide meetings, conferences, and networking events. 13. Attends trainings, as necessary, to obtain and maintain certification in required areas of expertise. 14. Works with the QID Senior Manager and VPQO to develop, implement, and evaluate strategic work plans, forecasting financial requirements, and preparing reports for funders. 15. Researches and identifies funding opportunities for CCHN to support the continuation and expansion of QID projects. 16. Engages CHCs in program initiatives through in-person meetings and development of written promotional materials. 17. Responds professionally to requests for information from partners, coalition and CHC members, as well as the public. 18. Assumes other responsibilities as assigned by the Senior Quality Initiatives Manager and VPQO. 19. Reports 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.

Accountant

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
Denver Public Schools Foundation
Job posted on:
11 Jun 2018
Job starts on:
20 Aug 2018
Contact Name:
Kim Martinez
Email:
Phone:
720-423-3553
Fax:
 
Address:
1860 Lincoln St. 9th Fl., Denver, Colorado 80203
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Please see full job description for additional details and how to apply at https://dpsfoundation.org/who-we-are/careers/
General Job Description:
The Accountant’s primary responsibilities include processing financial transactions including donations, accounts payable and reconciliations as well as assistance with certain grants and/or gifts. The Accountant reports to the Vice President of Finance & Operations. The ideal candidate will have technical knowledge in bookkeeping and financial matters of not-for-profit organizations as well as organizational skills, the ability to maintain confidentiality, work independently and juggle competing priorities. The ability to positively interact with staff, vendors, DPS staff, donors and others in a fast-paced environment while remaining flexible, proactive, resourceful and efficient is valued. Exhibiting excellent written and verbal communication skills and attention to detail are equally important.

Senior Director of Development

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
The Alliance Center
Job posted on:
08 Jun 2018
Job starts on:
01 Jul 2018
Contact Name:
Hiring Team
Email:
Phone:
303-572-1536
Fax:
 
Address:
1536 Wynkoop St, Ste 100, Denver, Colorado 80202
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Skills and Experience - 7+ years of experience in nonprofit fundraising. - Demonstrated success managing and forging relationships with multiple funding sources with a proven track record in corporate, foundation and major gift solicitation and cultivation. - Proven ability to effectively develop and steward long-term relationships with high net worth individuals. - Exceptional verbal and written communication skills; ability to effectively manage development communications related to storytelling and advancing the case for support on behalf of the organization. Ability to influence and engage a wide range of donors and build long-term and trusting relationships. - Strategic and innovative thinker with ability to manage short-term and long-term plans and goals, with a record of achieving results. - Successful in managing a team of staff members. - Strong organizational skills. - Ability to work both independently without close oversight, but also a team player who will productively engage with others at varying levels of seniority within and outside The Alliance Center. - An understanding for and ability to passionately represent concepts of sustainability that advance Planet, People, and Prosperity. - Experience working with board and board committees. - Ability to develop and successfully manage a budget. Other Critical Qualities - Belief in the importance of sustainability and the integrated bottom line. - Effective team worker and welcomes collaboration. - Driven by results. - Tenacious problem solver. - Compelling conversationalist and active listener. - Exceptional level of authenticity and integrity. - Values diversity, understands equity and strives to be authentically inclusive - Articulate public speaker with ability to think on his/her feet. - High standard of discipline. - Oriented by a growth mindset in a lean start-up culture. - Comfortable relating to diverse people and personalities. - Experience with donor database management best practices. Salesforce experience highly preferred. - High level of self-awareness, humility, interpersonal skills, and emotional intelligence.
General Job Description:
Are you looking to join a dynamic team that works daily to create a sustainable future? Do you value innovation, collaboration, and thrive in a fast paced, team oriented work place? If you yearn to be part of something bigger, part of something that is making a measurable difference in the world, you may have found your dream job. The Alliance Center is helping to create a world where our communities are inclusive, our democracy is strong, our economy thrives, and our planet is healthy. As the Senior Director of Development you will play a crucial role in creating this world through the strategic advancement of fundraising. The Senior Director of Development is a leadership team member and an active participant in strategic decision-making for The Alliance Center. Reporting to the Executive Director, the Senior Director of Development is responsible for all fundraising and development activities. This position is responsible for creating and implementing a strategic development plan that will expand and diversify The Alliance Center’s funder base and help to create and maintain a culture of philanthropy. The Senior Director of Development must have a proven track record of meeting aggressive fundraising goals. Specifically, this position will be responsible for meeting the annual fundraising goal of $2 million by 2020 and helping to identify and create an appropriate fundraising goal for future years that supports the mission and vision of the organization. The successful candidate will help forge new relationships to build The Alliance Center’s visibility, impact, and financial resources. The Senior Director of Development must be an exceptional leader who sets high expectations and is passionate about enabling his/her team to meet those expectations. - Compensation & Benefits - This is a full-time salaried, exempt position. Salary is commensurate with experience. The Alliance Center offers a competitive salary along with comprehensive health and wellness benefits and a progressive host of additional benefits including generous paid holidays and paid time off. - How to Apply - Please email: employment@thealliancecenter.org with your cover letter and resume by June 22, 2018 to be considered for this job. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. No calls, please. - Additional Notes - The Alliance Center is committed to building an organization that celebrates diversity and embodies inclusivity. We encourage and desire applicants from all backgrounds, ethnicities and walks of life to join our team and help grow a more inclusive sustainability movement that truly serves all people. The Alliance Center provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, veteran status, disability, or genetics.

Executive Director

Job Type:
Director
Agency:
B:CIVIC
Job posted on:
08 Jun 2018
Job starts on:
01 Aug 2018
Contact Name:
Alexis Owen
Email:
Phone:
303-521-1332
Fax:
 
Address:
789 Sherman Street, Suite 260, Denver, Colorado 80203
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
A minimum of 5 years of progressively responsible experience in for-profit or non-profit management A minimum of 5 years nonprofit fundraising, general management or financial management in the public or private sector Knowledge and experience in corporate philanthropy, community engagement and nonprofit organizations Proven ability to develop effective working relationships with staff and internal and external constituents including members, committees and volunteers Strong written and verbal communication skills Experience successfully planning small-to-large-scale meetings and events A minimum of 5 years of experience in membership recruitment, sales and/or nonprofit development experience in the area of corporate giving Educational Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree Position Type: Full-time, no benefits. Supervisory Responsibilities: Oversees 1-2 direct reports. Working Conditions: Must be able to travel efficiently to offsite meeting locations throughout the state; must also be able to travel out of state as needed. Position requires frequent evening and weekend work. Computer, phone and printer provided. Typical Physical Demands: Lift up to 25 lbs
General Job Description:
B:CIVIC (Businesses Committed to Investing and Volunteering in the Community) is a nonprofit membership association that promotes and advances business philanthropy and community involvement through education, promotion, and collaboration. Our goal is to help companies of all sizes establish or improve their corporate citizenship efforts and further enhance Colorado as one of the best places to live and work. Under the guidance and direction of the board of directors, the Executive Director is responsible for the overall management of B:CIVIC in accordance with the Board’s vision, mission, goals and strategies. He or she will implement B:CIVIC’s strategic plan which includes: Promotion: Raise the public awareness of the positive impact of Colorado businesses in the community, individually and collectively, through a multi-layered messaging and programming strategy that benefits all levels of Education: Inspire business leaders to engage in and understand the benefits of philanthropic involvement to both business & community. Provide resources for members to enhance or develop innovative community involvement programs based on best practice Peer Connection and Collaboration: Offer opportunities to share successful philosophy, approach, programs and partnerships. Establish both formal and informal processes whereby members can use their expertise to help peers advance their Impact Initiatives: Facilitate efforts for businesses of all sizes to work together to leverage impact – identify and act on efficiencies and work collectively on key issues. Facilitate issue-based efforts allowing members to pool and focus resources to generate greater Responsibilities include but are not limited to: Leadership: Provides effective and inspiring leadership for the organization, its volunteers and partners in the community. Sets a tone of leadership that is people-oriented, collaborative in nature and focused on results-driven decision-making. Builds a culture based on teamwork, open communication, prudent risk-taking, innovation, and accountability. Board of Directors: Serves as the primary liaison to the Board of Directors. Works directly with a board of directors to advance the mission and organizational strategy. Attracts and retains a talented, diverse Board of Directors that advances the organization’s resource development and community impact goals. Strategy: Under the leadership of the board, participates in the formulation and implementation of strategic planning processes, developing organizational goals, and implementation processes necessary to achieve the mission and strategy of the organization. Development: Leads and takes ultimate responsibility for annual fundraising progress, ensuring that annual goals for membership enrollment, corporate sponsorships and other donations are met. Identifies new opportunities for partnerships, cultivates strategic relationships and enhances prospect development efforts to support further development of new partnerships. Community Outreach: Represents the organization to the public and to other partners in a positive and productive manner. Responsible for maintaining highly-effective volunteer, community and donor partnerships. Identifies opportunities to leverage community partnerships to take advantage of new opportunities and/or address organizational challenges. Maintains awareness of and participation in external professional environment and resources to ensure the highest level of professional standards are applied to the organization. Attends and participates in a variety of task forces, committees, and meetings, both internal and external, relating to the organization’s work. Operational Management: Oversees administrative infrastructure including the database, website and communication platforms. Provides daily supervision and guidance to the activities of the organization. Leads, coaches, develops and retains high performing employees (one or more). In collaboration with program volunteers, plans and delivers educational programs and social events that meet the various needs of B:CIVIC members. Financial Management: Manages the financial resources of the organization. With the support of a contract bookkeeper and board Treasurer, manages accounting operations including budgeting, cash-flow, payroll, accounts payable and receivable, insurance, and financial reporting. Ensures that the operations are fiscally responsible and aligned with the organization’s expectations, policies, or processes. Attributes of the Successful Candidate: The ideal candidate will reflect the passion and commitment to excellence in business philanthropy and community involvement that B:CIVIC promotes. As a strong voice for the organization, the ideal candidate will understand and promote B:CIVIC engagement to members, potential members, and to the larger community. He or she should possess leadership skills and a strong work ethic; and work effectively with the Board of Directors (BOD), its committees and volunteers. The successful candidate will be highly organized, self-motivated, possess excellent communication and networking skills; and be able to manage data and finances with attention to detail.

Executive Director

Job Type:
Director
Agency:
Denver Bike Sharing
Job posted on:
08 Jun 2018
Job starts on:
01 Aug 2018
Contact Name:
Carolyn McCormick
Email:
Phone:
11111111111
Fax:
 
Address:
2737A Larimer St., Denver, Colorado 80205
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Denver Bike Sharing is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that owns and operates a public bike sharing system known as Denver B-cycle. Incubated in 2008 to provide delegates bike transportation during the Democratic National Convention, the Denver Bike Sharing program now includes more than 700 bicycles and almost 90 stations located throughout downtown Denver, Capitol Hill, Uptown, Highlands, Globeville, Cherry Creek and Baker neighborhoods and on the Auraria campus. Denver B-cycle is presented by Kaiser Permanente in association with a variety of community sponsors. Denver Bike Sharing serves as a catalyst for a fundamental transformation in thinking and behavior by operating a bike sharing system in Denver to enhance mobility while promoting all aspects of sustainability: quality of life, equity, the environment, economic development, and public health. The Board of Directors of Denver Bike Sharing now seeks a new Executive Director to manage our growing operation. Position Overview The Executive Director is the Chief Executive Officer of Denver Bike Sharing. The Executive Director reports to the Board of Directors and is responsible for the organization's consistent achievement of its mission and financial objectives. The purpose of the Executive Director position is to lead Denver Bike Sharing. The Executive Director has a future focus while effectively managing current activities. The Executive Director has overall responsibility for internal and external activities including: • Setting goals in collaboration with the Board and staff and maintaining a focus on achieving these goals while making necessary adjustments. • Enabling staff effectiveness by facilitating the coordination between all staff, supporting each individual in their success, and lending support to projects or tasks as needed. • Serving as an engaged, professional connection between DBS and the Board as well as our partners, locally and nationally. The Executive Director manages an annual budget of $2 million and a staff of 16 dedicated professionals. Ideal Candidate To lead Denver Bike Sharing, qualified candidates will have these attributes: Leadership • A proven leader who understands how to manage operations while keeping an eye on future development. • Has a track record of organization adaptability and growth. • Is passionate about our program and its opportunities for community impact, though a specific background in bike sharing programs is not required. • A strategic thinker who can navigate and communicate a sound path forward for Denver Bike Sharing in the midst of changing technology, business models, and vendors. Community Relationships • A strategic business manager who has effectively partnered with public sector representatives and who understands the goals and needs of municipal agencies. • A credible communicator who engages and educates community members authentically. • Some knowledge of how to build and measure public private partnerships would be helpful. • Knows how to market and position an organization and brand for success. Resource Development • Has outstanding finance and business skills and can negotiate mutually beneficial sponsorship arrangements. • Demonstrates experience in working with philanthropic benefactors and building trust. • Proven capabilities in hiring, developing, and motivating professional staff and volunteers. • Knowledge of effective governing board development and management. Personal Qualities • Focus and discipline • Strong work ethic • Resourceful • Ability to listen and learn • Flexibility and adaptability • Persistence, patience, and resiliency • Willingness to ask for help We seek candidates who have a baseline understanding of how to expand transportation options in urban environments. Some knowledge of Denver and its business and community leaders is preferred but not required. Above all, Denver Bike Sharing needs a leader who is visionary, results-oriented, and who can manage complex operations. This is an exciting time for a dynamic leader who wants to seize new opportunities and direct the continued growth and development of an iconic organization in our city. Ready to Apply? If these elements describe you, then we encourage you to apply by sending a cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to Carolyn McCormick of Peak HR Consulting, LLC at Carolyn.McCormick@peakhrconsulting.com. All applications are to be submitted electronically. To learn more about Denver Bike Sharing and this position, please visit us at www.denverbcycle.com. Denver Bike Sharing is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
General Job Description:
The Executive Director is the Chief Executive Officer of Denver Bike Sharing. The Executive Director reports to the Board of Directors and is responsible for the organization's consistent achievement of its mission and financial objectives.

Programs Coordinator, Population Health

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
COMMUNITY HEALTH ASSOCIATION OF MOUNTAIN/PLAINS ST
Job posted on:
06 Jun 2018
Job starts on:
02 Jul 2018
Contact Name:
Jen Anderson
Email:
Phone:
(303)861-5165
Fax:
 
Address:
600 Grant Street, Suite 800, Denver, Colorado 80203
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
General Duties: 1. Plan content and coordinate logistics for related CHAMPS distance learning events (webinars, collaborative video meetings, etc.), face-to-face trainings, and annual conference, including tracking related participants/outcomes and maintaining collaborative video meeting procedures documents. 2. Enhance, maintain, promote, and ensure the continuity of related areas of the CHAMPS website, including content development/review. 3. Maintain overall website continuity, including staff support, maintenance of additional areas of the site, biannual review of content, tracking of site analytics, maintenance of procedures documents, and periodic site evaluation. 4. Develop related content for newsletter articles, social media posts, etc. 5. Develop and distribute Special and Vulnerable Populations and Outreach & Enrollment e-Digests. 6. Maintain the CHAMPS advocacy plan for Region VIII health centers. 7. Facilitate peer networks of Region VIII SPCA special/vulnerable populations and Outreach & Enrollment staff and develop and maintain partnerships with federal, regional, and state partners, agencies, and other entities as appropriate in related areas to build support; determine needs; share resources, challenges, and best practices; and identify collaborative opportunities. 8. Attend related partner-led events and trainings as appropriate; disseminate information about related partner resources, events, trainings, etc. to Region VIII health centers and SPCAs as appropriate. 9. Work with CHAMPS staff, Region VIII health centers and SPCAs, and other partners as appropriate to identify related gaps in knowledge, training needs, etc.; identify and develop new and/or updated related trainings, materials, resources, to meet regional needs. 10. Provide related written program updates for CHAMPS governing and advisory bodies as requested (Executive Committee, Board of Directors, Mountain/Plains Clinical Network Steering Committee, etc.). 11. Design and maintain advertising materials for related CHAMPS events, products, resources, and services. 12. Compile data and conduct basic data analysis; develop and distribute relevant information on a variety of issues and topics, including Region VIII data summaries, related areas of the annual Region VIII UDS summary, etc. 13. Provide support for CHAMPS’ clinical quality improvement programs and activities (e.g., Project ECHO and additional learning community sessions, Spanish language training, Mountain/Plains Clinical Network Steering Committee video conference calls and meetings, etc.). 14. Assist with grant/Cooperative Agreement writing, tracking, and reporting. 15. Participate on cross-company committees as assigned. 16. Assume other responsibilities as assigned by CHAMPS Directors. 17. When identified, bring compliance concerns to the attention of the CHAMPS Corporate Compliance Team. Desired Qualifications: 1. Bachelor’s degree in appropriate field (Associate’s degree with extensive experience in a relevant field may be substituted). 2. Two years of experience in the fields of nonprofit, member services, public administration, and/or health care preferred. 3. Knowledge in the areas of public/population health, public and private health insurance, outreach strategies, health policy, health education, and/or basic data analysis preferred. 4. Ability to work with minimal supervision and maximum accountability. 5. Excellent organizational, time management, and implementation skills, and commitment to quality. 6. Strong written and verbal communication skills which includes but is not limited to editing and proofing written work and delivering presentations to groups varying in size. 7. Excellent computer skills, particularly with all Microsoft Office software, including Word, Excel, Outlook, and Access. 8. Experience with website content management software including WordPress, and online meeting and learning platforms including Zoom and GoToWebinar. Experience with graphic design tools such as Easel.ly a plus. 9. Ability to build credibility and trust with members and partners and maintain productive relationships. 10. Ability to work as a team member with individuals from varied professional backgrounds and diverse cultures. 11. Ability to thrive in a complex and rapidly changing environment. 12. Ability to work with customer/client groups and/or experience in membership organizations. 13. Awareness of, and value for, cultural competence. 14. Fluency in written and spoken English. 15. Ability to travel. 16. Physical ability to stoop, kneel, bend, use a computer, and perform light lifting. CHAMPS is a membership organization that places a high value on member relations and customer service. The successful Programs Coordinator, Population Health will display sound judgment; relate well to the public and staff; be responsive to and respectful of member needs; have a professional demeanor; prioritize customer satisfaction; and be well organized. Category: Full-Time, Non-Exempt CHAMPS is an equal opportunity employer, offering generous benefits, a casual work environment, and a competitive salary (DOE). Please provide resume, cover letter, salary history, and responses to the following: 1. This job requires completion of multiple tasks with competing deadlines. Describe your experience with completing multiple tasks for multiple people and your approach to doing so, including how you prioritize tasks and ensure your final work product is high quality. 2. CHAMPS strives to achieve a high level of customer satisfaction in all of our activities. Please describe at least one example of how you would ensure a high level of customer satisfaction among internal staff, members, and external partners. 3. What does community health mean to you? Applications due by Close of Business on Wednesday, June 20th. Applications accepted via e-mail or mail. No phone calls. E-mail: jen@champsonline.org Mailing address: Jen Anderson, CHAMPS, 600 Grant Street, Suite 800, Denver, CO 80203
General Job Description:
Community Health Association of Mountain/Plains States (CHAMPS) is a membership association of Community Health Centers (CHCs) serving low-income, homeless, and agricultural worker populations in Colorado, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah, and Wyoming (Region VIII). CHAMPS, a dynamic and team-orientated non-profit, provides support to these health centers serving underserved communities in collaboration and partnership with Region VIII State Primary Care Associations. The Programs Coordinator must be self-motivated, able to manage multiple tasks and work with diverse people, carry a heavy workload, and travel. The Programs Coordinator, Population Health is responsible for the coordination and implementation of CHAMPS’ Special and Vulnerable Populations (SVP) and Outreach & Enrollment (OE) programs, and provides support for additional website, clinical quality improvement, advocacy, and other CHAMPS activities.

Programs Coordinator, Workforce & Communications

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
COMMUNITY HEALTH ASSOCIATION OF MOUNTAIN/PLAINS ST
Job posted on:
06 Jun 2018
Job starts on:
02 Jul 2018
Contact Name:
Andrea Martin
Email:
Phone:
(303)861-5165
Fax:
 
Address:
600 Grant Street, Suite 800, Denver, Colorado 80203
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
General Duties: 1. Plan content and coordinate logistics for related distance learning events, face-to-face trainings, and annual conference, including tracking related participants/outcomes and maintaining the CHAMPS webinar service provider account and related procedures documents. 2. Enhance, maintain, promote, and ensure the continuity of related areas of the CHAMPS website, including content development and review. 3. Develop related content for newsletter articles, social media posts, etc. 4. Develop and distribute CHAMPS Board of Directors e-Digests. 5. Coordinate health center recruitment activities, including the CHAMPS Job Opportunities Bank (JOB), development of JOB related metrics, marketing of CHC careers through the development of promotional materials and electronic Openings and Opportunities outreach, hosting and/or attending related events/job fairs (both locally and nationally), etc. 6. Create connections with local, state, regional, and national medical and other schools and training centers and represent CHAMPS/Region VIII health centers while serving as a liaison to these institutions in order to strengthen the health center workforce pipeline. 7. Facilitate a peer network of Region VIII SPCA recruitment and retention/workforce staff and develop and maintain partnerships with federal, regional, and state partners and other entities as appropriate in related areas to build support; determine needs; share resources, challenges, and best practices; and identify collaborative opportunities. 8. Attend related partner-led events and trainings as appropriate; disseminate information about related partner resources, events, trainings, etc. to Region VIII health centers and SPCAs as appropriate. 9. Work with CHAMPS staff, Region VIII health centers and SPCAs, and other partners as appropriate to identify related gaps in knowledge, training needs, etc.; identify and develop new and/or update related trainings, materials, resources to meet regional needs. 10. Provide related written program updates for CHAMPS governing and advisory bodies as requested (Executive Committee, Board of Directors, Mountain/Plains Clinical Network Steering Committee, etc.). 11. Design and maintain advertising materials for related CHAMPS events, products, resources, and services. 12. Manage CHAMPS communications including the CHAMPS Newsletter, Social Media, email taglines, etc., to include maintenance of related analytics and procedures documents and periodic evaluation of communications methods as well as cross promotion/sharing with Region VIII State Primary Care Associations and other partners. 13. Coordinate annual member, partner, and conference appreciation communications. 14. Develop and manage a marketing plan to enhance the visibility and usage of CHAMPS events, products, and services. 15. Maintain CHAMPS databases of contacts at Region VIII health centers, PCAs, and partner organizations, including biennial clean-up of all contacts; develop and distribute the biennial Region VIII CHC/PCA directory. 16. Compile data and conduct basic data analysis; develop and distribute relevant information on a wide variety of issues and topics, including related areas of the annual Region VIII UDS summary, Recruitment and Retention surveys/reports, etc. 17. Provide support for CHAMPS’ workforce development and member services programs and activities (e.g., distance learning events, supervisor/manager trainings, awards, biennial salary survey/reports, Region VIII PCA/PCO/HRSA conference calls, welcome program, board meetings, etc.). 18. Assist with grant/Cooperative Agreement writing, tracking, and reporting. 19. Participate on cross-company committees as assigned. 20. Assume other responsibilities as assigned by CHAMPS Directors. 21. When identified, bring compliance concerns to the attention of the Corporate Compliance Team. Desired Qualifications: 1. Bachelor’s degree in appropriate field (Associate’s degree with extensive experience in a relevant field may be substituted). 2. Two years of experience in the fields of nonprofit, member services, and/or health care preferred. 3. Knowledge in the areas of workforce development, staff recruitment and/or retention, communications, database management, and/or basic data analysis preferred. 4. Ability to work with minimal supervision and maximum accountability. 5. Excellent organizational, time management, and implementation skills, and commitment to quality. 6. Strong written and verbal communication skills which includes but is not limited to editing and proofing written work and delivering presentations to groups varying in size. 7. Excellent computer skills, particularly with all Microsoft Office software, including Word, Excel, Access, Power Point, and Outlook. Experience with website content management software including WordPress, and online meeting and learning platforms including Zoom and GoToWebinar. Experience with graphic design tools such as Easel.ly a plus. 8. Ability to build credibility and trust with members and partners and maintain productive relationships. 9. Ability to work as a team member with individuals from varied professional backgrounds and diverse cultures. 10. Ability to thrive in a complex and rapidly changing environment. 11. Ability to work with customer/client groups and/or experience in membership organizations. 12. Awareness of, and value for, cultural competence. 13. Fluency in written and spoken English. 14. Ability to travel. 15. Physical ability to stoop, kneel, bend, use a computer and perform light lifting. CHAMPS is a membership organization that places a high value on member relations and customer service. The successful Programs Coordinator, Workforce & Communications will display sound judgment; relate well to the public and staff; be responsive to and respectful of member needs; have a professional demeanor; prioritize customer satisfaction; and be well organized. Category: Full-Time, Non-Exempt CHAMPS is an equal opportunity employer, offering generous benefits, a casual work environment, and a competitive salary (DOE). Please provide resume, cover letter, salary requirements, and responses to the following: 1. This job requires completion of multiple tasks with competing deadlines. Describe your experience with completing multiple tasks for multiple people and your approach to this challenge, including how you prioritize tasks. 2. CHAMPS strives to achieve a high level of customer satisfaction in all of our activities. Please describe at least one example of how you would ensure a high level of customer satisfaction among internal staff, members, and external partners. 3. What does community health mean to you? Please also indicate where you saw our posting. Applications due by Close of Business on Wednesday, June 20th. Applications accepted only via e-mail or United States Postal Service. No phone calls. E-mail: andrea@champsonline.org Mailing address: Andrea Martin, CHAMPS, 600 Grant Street, Suite 800, Denver, CO 80203
General Job Description:
Community Health Association of Mountain/Plains States (CHAMPS) is a membership association of Community Health Centers (CHCs) serving low-income, homeless, and agricultural worker populations in Colorado, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah, and Wyoming (Region VIII). CHAMPS, a dynamic and team-orientated non-profit, provides support and training to these health centers serving underserved communities in collaboration and partnership with Region VIII State Primary Care Associations. The Programs Coordinator must be self-motivated, able to manage multiple tasks and work with diverse people, carry a heavy workload, and travel. The Programs Coordinator, Workforce & Communications is responsible for the coordination and implementation of CHAMPS’ recruitment and communications programs and contacts management efforts, and provides support for additional workforce, member services, and other CHAMPS activities.

Communications Coordinator

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
SafeHouse Denver
Job posted on:
05 Jun 2018
Job starts on:
01 Jul 2018
Contact Name:
Shannon Boltz
Email:
Phone:
3033026126
Fax:
 
Address:
1649 Downing Street, Denver, Colorado 80218
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
• Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of one to two years experience in communications, public relations or journalism required. A communications or journalism-related internship may be considered as part of the experience requirement. • Experience working with a non-profit Development Department desirable. • Excellent verbal and written communication skills. • Strong editing and proofreading skills. • Outstanding computer skills. Experience and skill in using Microsoft Office, including Publisher, Constant Contact or other email marketing service, and experience with a web-based content management system, highly desirable. • Experience using Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and other social media platforms in a professional setting highly desirable. • Working knowledge of graphic design best practices for both print and web. • Self-motivated, team player with the ability to work with very minimal supervision to meet deadlines, while remaining flexible and adjusting to changing priorities. • The ability to work collaboratively with all SafeHouse Denver constituents and the general public. • The ability to organize/prioritize work to meet established communication goals.
General Job Description:
Under the general oversight of the Director of Annual Giving & Events, the Communications Coordinator is responsible for producing all communications pieces, maintaining the SafeHouse Denver website and managing the agency’s social media accounts. • Part-time, 20 hours per week, scheduled flexibility in agreement between the Development Team and Director of Annual Giving & Events • Non-exempt, hourly position Specific Duties and Responsibilities: • Serve as lead staff responsible for producing the SafeHouse Journal. Solicit information, write articles and work with contractors on design, production and distribution. • Serve as lead staff responsible for the Annual Report ensuring production and distribution of a timely, cost-effective piece. • Prepare and distribute a monthly electronic newsletter according to established guidelines. • Serve as lead staff responsible for the SafeHouse website, ensuring that the site is kept updated and fresh on an ongoing basis. • Draft monthly social media editorial calendar in conjunction with the Director of Annual Giving and Events. • Serve as the lead staff responsible for managing and implementing all of SafeHouse Denver’s social media efforts, including creation of content, posting, responding, and other related activities. Strengthen current use of platforms (Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn) and evaluate the feasibility and suitability of adding additional platforms (Instagram). • Periodically solicit client stories as specifically needed for communications-related collateral. • Ensure that all SafeHouse Denver materials are current and effectively message our issue, programs and services to all constituents. • Create new donor acknowledgement letters, as needed. • In conjunction with the Director of Annual Giving and Events and with input from the Chief Development Officer (CDO), develop an annual communications strategy that includes month-to-month content plans and broader communications goals, that are in- line with Development objectives and agency-wide needs. • Create content and assist with design of all event-related materials, in conjunction with appropriate staff. • Work the evening of the annual Hope Gala and Sampling for Hope events. • Participate in Development Team Meetings. • Attend other internal meetings as needed to accomplish communication goals. • Participate in All-Agency meetings as work schedule allows. • Other related duties as assigned. Compensation: Competitive salary. Supportive work environment. Some scheduling flexibility.

Director of Development

Job Type:
Director
Agency:
The Action Center
Job posted on:
04 Jun 2018
Job starts on:
18 Jun 2018
Contact Name:
jobs@theactioncenterco.org
Email:
Phone:
3032377704
Fax:
 
Address:
8755 W. 14th Avenue, Lakewood, Colorado 80215
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Currently interviewing - please apply as soon as possible but no later than June 17, 2018 •Bachelor's degree required, advanced degree or certification preferred •Five years of nonprofit fundraising experience at a management level, leading high-performing teams with a demonstrated ability to secure individual and major gifts and meet objectives •Must be a skilled fundraiser, exceptional communicator and a person who works collaboratively with and through others to achieve success •Must work independently and be self-motivated in initiating contacts with prospects, and demonstrate successful navigation of prospect relationships •Experience with all aspects of a development department, including, but not limited to, annual giving, major gifts, planned giving, sponsorships, endowments, direct mail, corporate giving, donor development (moves management), grant funding and marketing and communications •Experience establishing department budgets along with a strong understanding of financial documents such as balance sheets and profit and loss statements •Skilled in using a donor database, prospect research and other wealth screening tools to aid the moves management process •Exceptional writing and speaking skills and the ability to compel individuals to action •Must be organized, prepared, detail-oriented and follow through on commitments •Ability to inspire prospects and successfully engage them in our vison and mission •Must have strong interpersonal and communication skills and demonstrate professionalism and warmth when interacting with donor community, staff, volunteers, partners & others •Must adhere to the highest ethical standards, demonstrate an empathetic disposition and perseverance, and convey sensitivity to the needs of donors •Exceptional relationship and trust building, communication, listening and personal engagement skills •Ability to work independently and manage multiple tasks simultaneously with thoroughness, accuracy, timeliness, professionalism and a positive spirit •Creative, innovative and entrepreneurial mindset and leadership style •Strong computer skills including, Google, MS Office, spreadsheets, databases, email and internet •Familiarity with the Benevon fundraising model preferred. Initial training to be completed within the first three months, and ongoing training required. This is the signature fundraising model for the agency. •Familiarity with eTapestry or similar donor software program preferred
General Job Description:
Lead the development and implementation of a comprehensive and strategic fundraising program to advance the long-term vision and annual fund raising goals in order to support agency operations and achieve growth. This involves all aspects of fundraising, aligned with the Benevon model, including: annual giving, major donor, planned giving, donor development (moves management), grant funding, special events management, special campaigns, and in-kind support. The Director of Development participates as a member of the agency senior leadership team. Full-time, exempt. •Create, implement and oversee a strategic fund development plan to meet strategic plan goals and objectives for annual and long-term financial viability and stability •Effectively select, manage, coach and assess the performance of development staff to foster a dynamic, fully engaged team and ensure fund-raising goals are consistently achieved •Guide and train the development team to build meaningful relationships with prospects and inspire giving through engagement in the agency mission •Serve as the agency's point person for the Benevon fundraising model. Provide oversight and leadership regarding all aspects of the model throughout the agency •Ensure a comprehensive, annual grant strategy is in place, inclusive of new proposals, grant renewals, cultivation activities, correspondence, and reports •Provide leadership and staff support to the board Community Action Team •Create and implement donor moves management strategies •Implement identification, cultivation and stewardship activities that strengthen long-term relationships with current and new donors, and lead the development team in this effort •Provide weekly, monthly and ad hoc status reports to the Executive Director including pending and successful solicitation efforts, actual to budget revenue goals and other reports as needed •Collaborate with Executive Director to determine prospects for cultivation as well as identify and respond to potential new funding sources •Manage a portfolio of major gift prospects and donors with the goal of raising five figure gifts •Make direct, face-to-face solicitations, and assist the donor relations team and the board with their solicitations (e.g. provide portfolio development support, strategic counsel, and assist with donor communications) •Create and manage the annual development department revenue and expense budgets, and regularly review department expenditures and revenue projections to ensure alignment with the budget •Implement an effective digital and social media strategy in fund raising plan •Provide leadership for all fund-raising special events, solicitation of in-kind donations and event sponsorships as needed •Ensure all funds raised are accounted for, donor information is accurately recorded in the donor database, secure controls are in place, and records are routinely reconciled with the Finance department •Represent the agency in the community and establish strong relationships with other nonprofits, community organizations, churches, businesses, governmental bodies and political leaders •Establish donor and community partner recognition programs with Executive Director •Attend agency events, including seasonal programs

Temporary Development Coordinator

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
The Alliance Center
Job posted on:
04 Jun 2018
Job starts on:
11 Jul 2018
Contact Name:
Hiring Team
Email:
Phone:
3035721536
Fax:
 
Address:
1536 Wynkoop Street, Denver, Colorado 80202
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Minimum Requirements: • B.A. or B.S. degree • CRM / database experience, Salesforce.com strongly preferred Desired Qualifications • 1 to 2 years of Development and Donor Management experience in a nonprofit setting • 1 year of experience with Salesforce or similar donor/grant/prospect management systems Additional Requirements: • Passionate about sustainability issues • Passionate about and enjoys fundraising • Strong attention to detail and accuracy in record keeping, excellent task follow through • Excellent organizational and time management skills with the ability to manage multiple priorities and deadlines • Proven project management experience • Excellent people skills including the ability to easily build rapport with others and be a team player • Strong communication skills – both oral and written • Highest level of integrity, confidentiality and business ethics • Function efficiently in a fast-paced and dynamic environment
General Job Description:
This temporary, full-time, non-exempt, hourly position is primarily responsible for supporting The Alliance Center’s fundraising and development efforts during a team member’s parental leave. This position is needed through the end of the calendar year 2018. The Temporary Development Coordinator responds to donor inquiries, populates the donor database, processes gift acknowledgements and supports all donor cultivation and fundraising events. Other responsibilities include keeping track of the grants calendar and grant reports, and supporting the Senior Director of Development and other key team members with assigned administrative functions. Duties and Responsibilities: • Providing administrative support for the Development team, including taking notes and collecting action items during meetings, distributing to the team, and following up on action item status. • Maintaining the organization’s profile on donation sites and nonprofit rating sites. • Providing administrative support for the donor-development process, including scheduling donor meetings, completing prospect research, responding to donor inquiries and assisting with follow up from donor meetings such as inputting information into the CRM database and sending thank you notes. • Processing incoming donations, grants, and sponsorships; entering records into the CRM database and ensuring data integrity, timely follow-up, tracking benefits fulfillment, and stewardship. • Assisting with foundation grant request process, including foundation research, managing deadlines for submissions and follow-up activities required such as thank you notes, grant reports, etc. • Assisting with the successful execution of assigned fundraising events and campaigns. • Assisting with the creation of fundraising materials such as proposals, reports, and collateral materials. • Assisting with the creation of sponsorship proposals and tracking fulfillment of sponsor benefits. • Assisting with tracking monthly fundraising progress toward budgeted goals, and assisting with the preparation and distribution of informative reports on progress toward goals, prospect strategies and prospect contacts. • Fielding inquiries regarding funding opportunities and ensuring proper and timely follow-up. • Assisting with content creation and updates for the fundraising portions of The Alliance Center’s website and other third-party campaign sites • Other tasks and duties as may be assigned. How to Apply: Please email employment@thealliancecenter.org with your cover letter and resume by the close of business on June 13, 2018 to be considered for this job. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. We will only contact candidates chosen for further consideration. No phone calls, please. The Alliance Center is committed to building an organization that celebrates diversity and embodies inclusivity. We encourage and desire applicants from all backgrounds, ethnicities and walks of life to join our team and help grow a more inclusive sustainability movement that truly serves all people. The Alliance Center provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, veteran status, disability, or genetics.

Co-Lead Teacher of Toddlers

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
Treasureland Preschool
Job posted on:
04 Jun 2018
Job starts on:
22 Aug 2018
Contact Name:
Sally Roberts
Email:
Phone:
3037580362
Fax:
3037580109
 
Address:
2950 South University Boulevard, Denver, Colorado 80210
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
- Experience working with toddlers in a play-based environment - Preferable skills in investigative, integrated studies using emergent curriculum. - Early Childhood Teacher qualified
General Job Description:
Treasureland Preschool seeks a dynamic, confident toddler teacher with ECT qualifications to be a co-lead teacher with children ages 15-24 months. Candidates must be passionate about, and have experience working with toddlers to provide opportunities for our youngest children to develop deeper understandings of their world. Co-lead teachers are responsible for the planning and implementation of a high quality, developmentally appropriate, investigative, integrated and emergent curriculum within a strong relational environment. Fostering social competence, independence, critical thinking and problem solving is a priority.

Gallery Teacher

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
Clyfford Still Museum
Job posted on:
31 May 2018
Job starts on:
29 Jun 2018
Contact Name:
Victoria Eastburn
Email:
Phone:
7203544876
Fax:
 
Address:
1250 Bannock St, Denver , Colorado 80206
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Qualifications, ?Skills and Experience • A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in art history, art, education, museum education or related field. An M.A. is desirable but not required. Teaching certificate highly desirable • A background check is required • Applicants should be highly organized, reliable, creative, flexible and enthusiastic about experiential learning and art museum teaching • Strong teaching abilities with experience teaching school-aged children (informal or classroom) is required; ?should enjoy working with children • Able to conduct lessons independently as well as part of a team of teachers • Able to communicate regularly via email and to use Google calendars • Spanish language skills a plus
General Job Description:
Hiring Institution: Clyfford Still Museum Position: Gallery Teacher Application Deadline: June 29, 2018 Start date: Training Sessions Expected to Commence August 13, 2018 Compensation: $19.00 per hour Status: Part-time, Hourly, Non-Exempt The Clyfford Still Museum’s Education & Programs department is seeking gallery teachers to lead and conduct a variety of discovery- and activity-based programs. Serving as the primary facilitators and ambassadors for the Museum’s school program inStill, gallery teachers also facilitate programs for youth, teacher, family and community groups; lead off-site workshops; and staff the Museum’s new hands-on Making Space. Training and duties • Participate in the Museum’s gallery teacher training course that occurs on select Mondays and some weekdays; attend periodic meetings and later training sessions • Conduct inStill Gallery Experiences with visiting school groups • Facilitate communication with other gallery teachers, Museum staff, and school teachers?to provide optimum experience for groups • Facilitate marketing of inStill and other education programs by participating in teacher open houses, delivering presentations, and through direct communication with teachers • Deliver a range of programs for school and youth audiences including, but not limited to, family tours, family programs, and offsite outreach programs • Participate in ongoing observation, evaluation, and self-reflection for own teaching practice • Assist with data collection about school, family, and outreach programs as needed? Work hours and duration • Daytime availability required, especially during school hours • Occasional evenings and weekends required • Flexible schedule needed to accommodate participants’ requests and program requirements? • Variable number of weekly hours depending on programs and schedule (0-24 hours/week with an average of 6-18 hours/week) • Most school visits occur during the school year, however summer availability is required for other Museum programs and group visits? To apply: Please email cover letter, resume, and answers to the questions below to hr@clyffordstillmuseum.org. No phone calls please. 1. Are there days or times during the weekdays between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. that you are not available? 2. Are you available for occasional nights and weekends? 3. How many hours per week are you interested in working? 4. How much advance notice of scheduling requests would you need to ensure your availability for gallery sessions? 5. The Museum typically hires groups of gallery teachers every two to three years. For how long would you expect to remain active as a gallery teacher? 6. What are your short-term (3-5 years) and long-term (5-10 years) career goals? Non-Discrimination Statement ? The Museum prohibits making any employment decisions or basing any terms and ?conditions of employment on the basis of a person’s race, creed, color, religion, sex, age, national origin or ancestry, sexual orientation, transgendered status, marital status, disability, political affiliation, military or veteran status or any other basis protected by federal, state or local law, ordinance or regulation. The Museum follows this policy in all terms and conditions of employment including, without limitation, recruitment, hiring, testing, training, certification, promotions, demotions, terminations, performance evaluations, leaves, and use of Museum facilities. The Museum expressly prohibits any employment-based retaliation against anyone who brings a complaint of discrimination or who assists the Museum in the investigation of a complaint of discrimination. ?

Program Director

Job Type:
Program Director
Agency:
Boys Hope Girls Hope
Job posted on:
29 May 2018
Job starts on:
30 Jul 2018
Contact Name:
Michelle Shanker
Email:
Phone:
314209-0816
Fax:
 
Address:
3090 S. Jamaica Court, Aurora, Colorado 80014
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
The BHGH Academy Program Manager will be responsible for the Academy development and administration, including the development, implementation and monitoring of program plans and services. Other duties include supervision and care of scholars, volunteers, tutors and mentors, and developing and sustaining school partnerships. For a full job description, and to learn more about Boys Hope Girls Hope, visit our website at http://bhghinternational.org/connect/careers/.

Qualified candidates will have a bachelor's degree in a related field and a minimum of one year full-time work with a similar population. You must be at least 21 years of age and possess a valid driver’s license and a good driving record. Well-qualified candidates will have knowledge of education theory and best practices and the ability to interpret testing and evaluations. Additional required competencies include computer proficiency, the ability to communicate clearly and effectively, knowledge of the college and scholarship application process, professional work habits and dress, the ability to set, measure and implement programmatic goals, and the ability to provide training constructive feedback and supervision of volunteers.

General Job Description:
Boys Hope Girls Hope of Colorado is seeking a full-time exempt Academy Program Manager and Instructional Coordinator to join our small team to make a big difference in our community. The Academy Program Manager is responsible for academic programming, college planning and preparation for the community-based program, “BHGH Academy.” The BHGH Academy Program Manager reports to the Program Director.

Training Department Associate

Job Type:
Other Manager (CFO, Marketing, etc)
Agency:
The Public Interest Network
Job posted on:
25 May 2018
Job starts on:
15 Jul 2018
Contact Name:
Marcia Eldridge
Email:
Phone:
303573-5995
Fax:
 
Address:
1543 Wazee Street, Denver, Colorado 80202
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Candidates should be strong trainers who are good at working with people. The ideal candidate has a track record of managing large projects, such as coordinating 250 person trainings. Candidates must have at least 1-2 years of relevant experience including work with political campaigns, issue advocacy, and staff or volunteer management.
General Job Description:
Effective activists aren't born, they're trained. The Public Interest Network trains hundreds of professional and volunteer results-oriented activists every year; we train in the craft of organizing and advocacy. We're looking for a Training Department Associate who can help us provide our staff with high-quality training and expand our program in the years to come. The Public Interest Training Department Associate will be responsible for: 1. Driving the department's mission of providing of on-going professional development for all staff. 2. Managing and regularly updating our training curriculum, which includes 3 entry-level training weeks and over 100 skills, strategy, theory, and issue-based trainings. 3. Coordinating trainings for over 400 new and experienced staff. Working with The Public Interest Network leadership to plan and run staff trainings. Annoucement and application: https://publicinterestnetwork.org/training-associate.html

Recruitment Coordinator

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
Colorado Rural Health Center
Job posted on:
24 May 2018
Job starts on:
23 Jul 2018
Contact Name:
Suzanne Rick
Email:
Phone:
(303) 832-7493
Fax:
(303) 832-7496
 
Address:
3033 S Parker Road, Suite 606, Aurora, Colorado 80014
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Our Recruitment Coordinator will offer: • Recruitment and retention services and training (both on site and remote) to rural and underserved facilities in need of primary care providers through an understanding of recruitment and retention strategies and issues, as well as an array of professional resources. In addition, these responsibilities will also be provided to health care professionals in search of job opportunities. • Participate in program process, development and growth, as well as research of recruitment and retention best practices. • Presentations at health care professional training programs on the Colorado Provider Recruitment program and other programs and opportunities that health care professionals are eligible for by working in a rural or underserved healthcare facility You should have high expectations of Colorado Rural Health Center as an employer. Our staff enjoy autonomy to do the work they do best, and you will too. Every day, you will leave knowing that you have made a positive impact on the lives of rural Coloradans! Workforce shortages in the healthcare field deeply affect the health of our rural communities, and you will be directly involved in making an invaluable difference to combat this shortage. Colorado Rural Health Center fosters a strength-based culture. We strongly believe in continuous professional development and work to foster your growth through a variety of professional training resources. You will join a positive, motivated and dedicated team that supports one another cross-departmentally. CRHC is an award-winning place of business, named a certified “Healthy Business Partner” (Health Links, 2017), recognized for its culture of workplace wellness.
General Job Description:
The Colorado Rural Health Center (CRHC), is seeking a Recruitment Coordinator with the passion and skills to deliver high quality coaching to rural primary care practices throughout Colorado. CRHC is a non-profit organization that serves as the State Office of Rural Health and has been serving the state of Colorado which began in 1991. CRHC’s mission is to enhance healthcare services in Colorado by providing information education, linkages, tools and energy toward addressing rural healthcare issues. By joining our dedicated team, you will be helping a diverse and inclusive statewide constituency of over 180 rural healthcare facilities and see impact with improving the provider workforce shortage in Colorado’s rural hospitals and clinics. If you are truly ready to make an impact on our rural healthcare landscape, we invite to you apply for the Recruitment Coordinator position by emailing your resume and an optional cover letter to hr@coruralhealth.org with subject line “RC”. Please identify your salary requirements and let us know where you read our Job Ad.

Quality Improvement Specialist

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
Colorado Rural Health Center
Job posted on:
22 May 2018
Job starts on:
23 Jul 2018
Contact Name:
Suzanne Rick
Email:
Phone:
(303) 832-7493
Fax:
(303) 832-7496
 
Address:
3033 S Parker Road, Suite 606, Aurora, Colorado 80014
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Education and Experience • Related Bachelor’s Degree plus 3 years related experience; or equivalent combination of education and experience will be considered. Experience with clinic environment preferred.
General Job Description:
The Colorado Rural Health Center (CRHC), is seeking a Quality Improvement Specialist with the passion and skills to deliver high quality coaching to rural primary care practices throughout Colorado. CRHC is a non-profit organization that serves as the State Office of Rural Health and has been serving the state of Colorado which began in 1991 with one employee and a $30,000.00 grant and has since expanded to a staff of 20 and operating budget of over 2.6 million dollars. CRHC’s mission is to enhance healthcare services in Colorado by providing information education, linkages, tools and energy toward addressing rural healthcare issues. By joining our dedicated team, you will be helping a diverse and inclusive statewide constituency of over 180 rural healthcare facilities and see impact with improving communications in transitions of care, reductions in readmission rates, and improvements in clinical processes, especially for chronic conditions. We have high expectation for you as one of our Quality Improvement Specialists. You will: • Provide high quality coaching to our rural healthcare facilities with your knowledge of quality improvement methods and tools plus content knowledge in the areas of: o Patient Engagement Strategies o Chronic disease management (especially hypertension and diabetes) o Coaching for organizational change o QI data analysis skills o Facilitating and designing trainings for adult learners o Practice redesign and patient-centered care • Function as a key member of the team, often serving as a mentor to other team members and assisting with refinement of existing programs, development of new programs • Connecting and communicating with other related programs to ensure coordinated efforts and working with other team members to develop materials to educate and inform healthcare providers • Develop solid working relationships with the organization’s members and key stakeholders You should have high expectations for Colorado Rural Health Center as an employer. Our staff enjoy autonomy to do the work they do best, and you will too. Every day, you should leave knowing that you have made a positive difference! Colorado Rural Health Center fosters a strength-based culture and focuses on developing your strengths as one of our top priorities. We strongly believe in continuous professional development and work to promote your growth through a variety of professional training resources and opportunities to attend events that foster professional development. CRHC is an award winning place of business, a certified Healthy Business Partner, recognized for its culture of workplace wellness. If you are truly ready to make an impact on our rural healthcare landscape, we invite to you apply for the Quality Improvement Specialist by emailing your resume and an optional cover letter to hr@coruralhealth.org with subject line “QIS”. Please identify your salary requirements and let us know where you read our Job Ad.

Group Sales and Service Coordinator

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
Su Teatro Cultural & Performing Arts Center
Job posted on:
16 May 2018
Job starts on:
16 Jul 2018
Contact Name:
Mica Garcia de Benavidez
Email:
Phone:
3032960219
Fax:
 
Address:
721 Santa Fe Drive, Denver, Colorado 80204
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
NECESSARY KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: The successful candidate must have a greater than general knowledge of the Latino community and organizations and infrastructures that support it. The successful candidate must be able to provide leadership in implementing attendance, and meeting sales goals set in collaboration with Marketing Coordinator. ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS: The GSS Coordinator must have solid sales background with an interest in building relationships with multiple and varied entities. The GSS Coordinator must have strong verbal and presentational skills as well as personal skills.
General Job Description:
Group Sales and Service Coordinator Half-Time SUMMARY: The Group Sales and Service Coordinator is a half-time position with the potential to expand to full time. The position actively prospects, solicits, and sells group tickets and services organizational relationships ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: The GSS Coordinator’s primary responsibilities will include providing community outreach, nurturing leads, selling group visits, processing and servicing all requests for groups, handling all group customer inquiries, and producing status reports. They will identify and pursue strategic opportunities for capturing volume ticket sales from targeted constituencies. The GSS Coordinator will be involved in: • Planning:Assist Marketing Department in the formulation and implementation of proactive group sales marketing campaigns. Maintain database and track group sales leads, inquiries and provide ongoing status reports. • Interaction: Develop targeted group outreach events and programs; make personal appearances, establish and maintain relationships for the purpose of selling group ticket packages to schools, businesses and organizations. • Monitoring; Coordinate and process all phases of group contracts; book orders, secure deposits and payments for group ticket sales and tours. To Apply: Please email a one page letter of interest, resume, and contact information for 3 professional references to jobs@suteatro.org . NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE! Invited applicants will be asked to submit writing and material samples. Applications close June 15th . Position is expected to start July 15th, 2018. Su Teatro is a progressive cultural arts organization with a long established history of creating art and community engagement. Interested candidates should visit our webpage www.suteatro.org . Applicants are encouraged to visit the history section of the web page to familiarize themselves with the organizational culture and activities. Su Teatro is an equal opportunity employer that values workplace diversity and strives to be an inclusive organization. We are committed to building a diverse workforce. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.

Marketing Coordinator

Job Type:
Other Manager (CFO, Marketing, etc)
Agency:
Su Teatro
Job posted on:
16 May 2018
Job starts on:
16 Jul 2018
Contact Name:
Mica Garcia de Benavidez
Email:
Phone:
3032960219
Fax:
 
Address:
721 Santa Fe Drive, Denver, Colorado 80204
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS: Applicant must have strong writing and verbal skills, a general knowledge of a broad range of media delivery systems (social media, print and video). They must also have an understanding of the Chicano/Latino community in Denver and throughout the southwest. As the work of Su Teatro is targeted toward that community; a solid understanding of issues, history and cultural trends will be necessary to reach our constituency. The successful applicant must also have solid organizational and supervisory skills and the ability to self-organize as well as set and maintain organizational structure for the marketing team. The Marketing Coordinator will be seen as a team leader, but must be able to implement directives of the Executive Director. TIME REQUIRED: The Marketing Coordinator position is a full time position and often project based, responding to programming
General Job Description:
The Marketing Coordinator Full Time Reports to the Executive Director SUMMARY: The Marketing Coordinator is a full-time salaried position with a benefits package. The position reports to the Executive Artistic Director and collaborates with Senior Staff. The MC will support Su Teatro’s position as the identified expert in Latino arts programming on a national and local level. They will work with key staff members to develop, implement and supervise marketing and communication strategies addressing constituencies ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES The Marketing Coordinator: • Executes and coordinates all marketing efforts including: print, online, social media, and email advertising, as well as direct mail, promotions; publicity, and events • Develops and manages detailed project timelines, ensuring marketing efforts result in sales goals • Proofreads and copy-edits all organizational communication with Su Teatro’s audience in mind • Supports day-to-day organizational operations by compiling, formatting and delivering information including marketing plans, reports and materials NECESSARY KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: The Coordinator will also team with key staff and appropriate volunteers, to achieve increased brand consistency and recognition, coordination of messages, and a high standard for external communications, in support of ongoing operations, programs and development, as well as initiatives related to the Su Teatro strategic plan and beyond. The position requires vison and forward thinking as well as detail oriented skills, as they will be responsible for coordinating organization-wide design, message and content generation through multiple communication channels. A crucial task will be developing and managing the organizational marketing and communications calendar derived from the annual marketing and communications plan. It is expected that the Coordinator will take direction from Senior Staff on projects and activities . To Apply: Please email a one page letter of interest, resume, and contact information for 3 professional references to jobs@suteatro.org . NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE! Invited applicants will be asked to submit writing and material. Applications close June 15th . Position is expected to start July 15, 2018. Su Teatro is a progressive cultural arts organization with a long established history of creating art and community engagement. Interested candidates should visit our webpage www.suteatro.org . Applicants are encouraged to visit the history section of the web page to familiarize themselves with the organizational culture and activities. Su Teatro is an equal opportunity employer that values workplace diversity and strives to be an inclusive organization. We are committed to building a diverse workforce. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.

Director of Development

Job Type:
Director
Agency:
The Action Center
Job posted on:
16 May 2018
Job starts on:
02 Jul 2018
Contact Name:
jobs@theactioncenterco.org
Email:
Phone:
303-237-7704
Fax:
 
Address:
8755 W 14th Ave, Lakewood, Colorado 80215
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Currently interviewing - please apply as soon as possible but no later than May 31, 2018 •Bachelor's degree required, advanced degree or certification preferred •Five years of nonprofit fundraising experience at a management level, leading high-performing teams with a demonstrated ability to secure individual and major gifts and meet objectives •Must be a skilled fundraiser, exceptional communicator and a person who works collaboratively with and through others to achieve success •Must work independently and be self-motivated in initiating contacts with prospects, and demonstrate successful navigation of prospect relationships •Experience with all aspects of a development department, including, but not limited to, annual giving, major gifts, planned giving, sponsorships, endowments, direct mail, corporate giving, donor development (moves management), grant funding and marketing and communications •Experience establishing department budgets along with a strong understanding of financial documents such as balance sheets and profit and loss statements •Skilled in using a donor database, prospect research and other wealth screening tools to aid the moves management process •Exceptional writing and speaking skills and the ability to compel individuals to action •Must be organized, prepared, detail-oriented and follow through on commitments •Ability to inspire prospects and successfully engage them in our vison and mission •Must have strong interpersonal and communication skills and demonstrate professionalism and warmth when interacting with donor community, staff, volunteers, partners & others •Must adhere to the highest ethical standards, demonstrate an empathetic disposition and perseverance, and convey sensitivity to the needs of donors •Exceptional relationship and trust building, communication, listening and personal engagement skills •Ability to work independently and manage multiple tasks simultaneously with thoroughness, accuracy, timeliness, professionalism and a positive spirit •Creative, innovative and entrepreneurial mindset and leadership style •Strong computer skills including, Google, MS Office, spreadsheets, databases, email and internet •Familiarity with the Benevon fundraising model preferred. Initial training to be completed within the first three months, and ongoing training required. This is the signature fundraising model for the agency. •Familiarity with eTapestry or similar donor software program preferred
General Job Description:
Lead the development and implementation of a comprehensive and strategic fundraising program to advance the long-term vision and annual fund raising goals in order to support agency operations and achieve growth. This involves all aspects of fundraising, aligned with the Benevon model, including: annual giving, major donor, planned giving, donor development (moves management), grant funding, special events management, special campaigns, and in-kind support. The Director of Development participates as a member of the agency senior leadership team. Full-time, exempt. •Create, implement and oversee a strategic fund development plan to meet strategic plan goals and objectives for annual and long-term financial viability and stability •Effectively select, manage, coach and assess the performance of development staff to foster a dynamic, fully engaged team and ensure fund-raising goals are consistently achieved •Guide and train the development team to build meaningful relationships with prospects and inspire giving through engagement in the agency mission •Serve as the agency's point person for the Benevon fundraising model. Provide oversight and leadership regarding all aspects of the model throughout the agency •Ensure a comprehensive, annual grant strategy is in place, inclusive of new proposals, grant renewals, cultivation activities, correspondence, and reports •Provide leadership and staff support to the board Community Action Team •Create and implement donor moves management strategies •Implement identification, cultivation and stewardship activities that strengthen long-term relationships with current and new donors, and lead the development team in this effort •Provide weekly, monthly and ad hoc status reports to the Executive Director including pending and successful solicitation efforts, actual to budget revenue goals and other reports as needed •Collaborate with Executive Director to determine prospects for cultivation as well as identify and respond to potential new funding sources •Manage a portfolio of major gift prospects and donors with the goal of raising five figure gifts •Make direct, face-to-face solicitations, and assist the donor relations team and the board with their solicitations (e.g. provide portfolio development support, strategic counsel, and assist with donor communications) •Create and manage the annual development department revenue and expense budgets, and regularly review department expenditures and revenue projections to ensure alignment with the budget •Implement an effective digital and social media strategy in fund raising plan •Provide leadership for all fund-raising special events, solicitation of in-kind donations and event sponsorships as needed •Ensure all funds raised are accounted for, donor information is accurately recorded in the donor database, secure controls are in place, and records are routinely reconciled with the Finance department •Represent the agency in the community and establish strong relationships with other nonprofits, community organizations, churches, businesses, governmental bodies and political leaders •Establish donor and community partner recognition programs with Executive Director •Attend agency events, including seasonal programs

Executive Director

Job Type:
Director
Agency:
RiversEdge West
Job posted on:
16 May 2018
Job starts on:
01 Jul 2018
Contact Name:
Stacy Beaugh
Email:
Phone:
9702567400
Fax:
 
Address:
244 N 7th St, Grand Junction, Colorado 81501
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
EXPERIENCE Candidate should have a minimum of seven years of increasingly responsible nonprofit or government sector leadership or managerial experience, at least five of which have been in a supervisory capacity. Experience and knowledge of conservation issues – ideally, understanding of riparian restoration – is required. Experience in leadership in the nonprofit or governmental sector related to conservation, including skills in fundraising, strategic planning, program development, and collaborative partnerships is essential. Knowledge of water and river management issues in the western United States is a plus. Must have a demonstrated ability to work well with diverse stakeholders and communicate effectively both internally and externally about the organizational mission and priorities. Candidate must have strong collaboration skills and experience working with nonprofits, local governments, private business, public land managers, elected officials, and other important stakeholders. Experience working with an active and engaged nonprofit board is also desirable. COMPETENCIES AND PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS A self-motivated and dynamic leader, with significant fundraising experience. Leadership style must be mission-driven, outcomes-focused, and collaborative in nature. Must be comfortable interacting and maintaining a visible role with a wide variety of allies, elected officials, the business community, and natural resource managers. Must have strong management experience, ideally from the nonprofit or governmental sector, and understand the technical aspects of managing a nonprofit organization. Able to think creatively and strategically, and demonstrate an ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions from scientific and policy research. Proven ability to manage positive relationships with a wide variety of stakeholders and viewpoints with diplomacy and tact. Ability to communicate effectively with multiple audiences using a variety of formats, including print, electronic, and social media formats. EDUCATION Attainment of an undergraduate degree from an accredited university or college is required – an advanced degree is preferred. REW is open to a range of educational backgrounds, including: nonprofit management, environmental sciences, natural resource management, law (particularly water law or environmental law), hydrology, urban or land-use planning, business, and public policy. Advanced training or experience in nonprofit or business management is desirable. SPECIAL JOB REQUIREMENTS Must be willing to work a flexible schedule to accommodate project needs including travel and working some weekends. Staff primarily maintains a 4-10 work schedule working M-Th.
General Job Description:
RIVERSEDGE WEST, FORMERLY TAMARISK COALITION, IS THE LEADING NONPROFIT WORKING ON RIPARIAN (RIVERSIDE HABITAT) RESTORATION ISSUES IN THE AMERICAN WEST. RiversEdge West has as strong reputation as a convener, educator, technical resource and supporter of communities, landowners, and land managers who are striving to make their rivers healthier. Founded in 2002, RiversEdge West employs a passionate team of 12 and manages a $1.3M budget. RiversEdge West’s recent rebrand and strategic plan demonstrate the commitment this organization has to sustainability, growth, and being at the forefront of river restoration in the nonprofit sector. RiversEdge West is seeking an entrepreneurial leader with solid nonprofit management skills to lead our high functioning team and help us make an impact on rivers in the West. DESCRIPTION The Executive Director (ED) is the leader of RiversEdge West (REW), responsible for providing vision, creativity and passion to advance REW staff and board to achieving results on riparian restoration along western rivers. The ED is ultimately responsible for the stability and accountability of all aspects of the organization. The REW ED needs be creative, strategic, have exceptional nonprofit management skills, fundraising experience and expertise, and a demonstrated ability to successfully manage dynamic, collaborative and partner-driven programs. The ED must be capable of working with a team of experienced and passionate employees, board members, volunteers, and practitioner partners to translate REW’s mission and vision into action and successful outcomes. PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES Leadership & Culture: Report directly to the Board of Directors.Lead a staff of 12, both local and remote employees. The ED directly supervises the Program Director (who oversees all program staff), Business and Finance Manager, and Outreach Coordinator. Model the values of REW among the staff, Board of Directors and partners. Maintain the organizational commitment to a strong staff and board team, utilizing tools to facilitate team building, professional development, mentoring and coaching. Establish sound working relationships and cooperative arrangements with community groups and other organizations. Represent the REW’s point of view and mission to organizations, agencies, and the public. Strategy & Programming: Assure that REW has a long-range strategy which achieves its mission, and makes consistent and timely progress toward accomplishing goals; keep strategic plan up to date. Provide leadership in developing program, organizational, strategic, and financial plans with the Board of Directors and staff. Evaluate organizational progress toward strategic planning goals (e.g., program evaluations, performance evaluations, annual reports, etc.). Carry out plans and policies adopted by the Board of Directors. Maintain a working knowledge of significant developments and trends in the field. Assist with program and project implementation. Hold the organization to a high standard reflected it the quality of deliverables, communications, and other external interactions. Fundraising: Lead and coordinate fundraising activities for both program and discretionary funds working in coordination with staff and board. Maintain high level and quality relationships with funders, donors, and partners. Write and administer grants and/or oversee effective management by other staff. Oversee development of all fundraising programs and event coordination including individual annual and planned giving, major gifts, membership, campaigns, and other programs. Administration & Finance: Secure financial stability of the organization through the development of a $1.3M annual budget, which is approved by the Board of Directors each year, including reaching the annual reserve goal set in 2018. Budget vs. actual analysis and forecasting. Manage the accounting and bookkeeping, and comply with annual audit procedures. Maintain official records and documents and ensure compliance with federal, state, local, and granting agency regulations (e.g., IRS, Secretary of State, etc.). Coordinate and provide support to the Board of Directors to carry out their work as the policy and governance body of the organization. Responsible for the human resources functions (e.g., hiring, benefits, payroll, health insurance). Ensure organization technology systems, archive, and processes are up to date, utilized effectively by all staff and evaluated.

Manager of Donor Relations

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
American Red Cross
Job posted on:
16 May 2018
Job starts on:
25 Jun 2018
Contact Name:
Cindy Ferris
Email:
Phone:
202-303-4146
Fax:
 
Address:
444 Sherman Street, Denver, Colorado 80203
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Education: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience required. Advanced degree highly desirable. Experience: Minimum three years sales and/or fundraising experience required. Proven experience in developing strategies for donor retention growth and recapture and proven success with complex requests is required.
General Job Description:
Due to a relocation of a team member, the Red Cross is seeking a strong fundraiser to join our team in Denver! As our Manager of Donor Relations, you will cultivate, solicit, and steward current donors in expanding their financial support of the work of the American Red Cross. You will be responsible for meeting an annual revenue target by working with an assigned portfolio of donors (individual and foundations) and prospects to advance the mission of the organization and assist donors in creating meaning in their lives through giving to the American Red Cross.

Community Resource Navigator

Job Type:
Support Staff
Agency:
Bayaud Enterprises
Job posted on:
16 May 2018
Job starts on:
01 Jul 2018
Contact Name:
Lauren Patti
Email:
Phone:
303-830-6885
Fax:
720-266-6987
 
Address:
333 W. Bayaud Ave, Denver, Colorado 80223
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Responsibilities: • Remain culturally attuned to the people of the community being served, able to communicate, be sensitive and compassionate. • Very knowledgeable of the environment and systems through which the participant must move in order to access programs and services. • Be connected with allies, service agencies and critical decision makers within the systems. • Keep abreast of current trends in community resources, social security benefits, state government benefits, medical and mental health programming and best practices in accessing these resources and programs • Access needs of participants and perform intake using standardized forms • Assist with applications and attend appointments with participants, as needed • Link participants with appropriate resources and appropriate referrals to outside agencies • Maintain personal knowledge base of available resources, both in-house and outside • Assist in SSI/SSDI acquisition as appropriate utilizing SOAR model principles • Comply with confidentiality statutes and regulations including to HIPAA • Interact with community members in a way which support’s cooperation among agencies and resource acquisition • Maintain accurate data entry and record keeping • All other duties or special projects as assigned Position Requirements: • 2 years experience working in related field • Experience in resource acquisition preferred • Bachelor's degree (B. A.) from four-year college or university; or two years education plus four years related experience as outlined above • A commitment to agency mission and goals • Excellent program management skills, including strong administrative, computer and database skills • Ability to encourage, support and acknowledge participants • Ability to communicate effectively with participants and staff • Able to manage projects independently and to report outcomes effectively • Experience working with individuals with disabilities and mental illness preferred • Ability to collect data and statistics and measure project outcomes • Ability to travel to multiple job sites and partner agencies throughout the community • Professional, creative, flexible and open to new ideas To Apply: Submit cover letter and qualifications online to Lauren.Patti@Bayaudenterprises.org by June 3, 2018. You must have Community Resource Navigator in the email subject line. We are encouraging people of color, military veterans, and people with disabilities to apply for this position.
General Job Description:
Bayaud Enterprises is a community-based nonprofit organization, providing vocational rehabilitation and employment services to individuals with mental, emotional, physical and economic challenges. In addition, we provide valuable training for employers as well as viable, competitive business services to our community. The Community Resource Navigation team is there to provide connections to vital community resources to contribute to the health and wellness of all Bayaud participants. Position Description: The goal of the Community Resource Navigator is to help individuals access social services and other community resources that are available to bridge barriers to employment. Navigator will assist in identifying potential resources and improving access to these resources. This includes coordinating with partner organizations, groups, and Bayaud program staff.

Director, Finance and Communications

Job Type:
Other Manager (CFO, Marketing, etc)
Agency:
First Congregational Church of Boulder
Job posted on:
16 May 2018
Job starts on:
01 Aug 2018
Contact Name:
Lisa Shearer-Cooper
Email:
Phone:
303-442-1787
Fax:
111-111-1111
 
Address:
1128 Pine Street , Boulder, Colorado 80302
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Bachelor’s degree or an equivalent combination of education and experience, specifically in the management of mission-driven non-profit organizations. Proven financial acumen and the ability to provide accurate and transparent reporting. Skills in database management, MS Excel and Quickbooks. Experience working in and promoting a mission-driven organization. Understanding and appreciation of the theology of First Congregational Church and the role the church plays in the life of congregants. Technical capabilities including experience with Constant Contact (or similar product) and the ability to evaluate and recommend and train others in the use technical tools and communication practices. Knowledge of website content management systems and web analytic tools. Demonstrated collaboration and coordination skills with staff, volunteers, and vendors. Understanding of contracts, landlord obligations, insurance issues and employment practices. Congregant focus. Knowledge, Skills, Abilities and Competencies Demonstrated excellence in both written and graphical communication. Approachable demeanor; ability to act as a strong and capable mentor in relationships with both staff and congregants. Ability to exhibit both a calm center and problem-solving abilities. Organizational and project management skills. Experience managing vendors and consultants. Excellent storytelling abilities and ability to convey sensitive stories in a way that connects people to the mission of First Congregational Church. Ability to maintain appropriate confidentiality around sensitive topics. Ability to act in accordance with strong moral principles and trustworthiness.
General Job Description:
First Congregational Church, United Church of Christ, Boulder, is a regional congregation drawing members from beyond Boulder County. We are a progressive Christian congregation committed to faith as a journey, compassionate service, and inclusion of all. Six Covenants, in addition to our Membership Covenant, guide our life together: Inclusive Language, Just Peace, Whole Earth (care for all creation), Open and Affirming (full inclusion of LGBTQ persons), A2A (Accessible to All), and WISE (welcoming, inclusive, supportive, and engaged in mental health). The role of the Director of Finance and Communications is to serve the financial, communication and operational needs of the church in a way that supports the collective body of the church as the members and friends of our congregation navigate their spiritual journeys and are engaged in outreach and social action in the wider community. The Director of Finance and Communication manages and supports the business aspects of the church’s life, reporting to and working in collaboration with the Senior Minister as Chief of Staff. Please learn more about the position and apply at http://firstcong.net/current-job-opening/

Program Manager - Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Job Type:
Other Manager (CFO, Marketing, etc)
Agency:
Camber Outdoors
Job posted on:
14 May 2018
Job starts on:
15 Jul 2018
Contact Name:
Danielle J Hamilton
Email:
Phone:
4153773295
Fax:
 
Address:
PO Box 7203, Boulder, Colorado 80306
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
General Job Description:
ABOUT CAMBER OUTDOORS Founded in 1996, Camber Outdoors is the only national organization dedicated to achieving equality for all women in the active-outdoor industries. Through innovative and thought-leading programming and initiatives, including the Camber Outdoors CEO Pledge, Pitchfest, Camber Exchanges, and our cross-industry, cross-company mentoring program, we are collectively ensuring our partner companies, the industries we serve, and the places we play are truly Everyone’s Outdoors, where diverse talent thrives. Camber Outdoors is committed to the vision of Everyone’s Outdoors. With our partner companies, individual members, and supporters we are accelerating and elevating women’s leadership and participation in the outdoors, from the backcountry to the boardroom. This is your opportunity to play a major role in helping Camber Outdoors accelerate its mission. POSITION OVERVIEW: Reporting to the Senior Program Advisor, the Program Manager – DEI will be responsible for day-to-day management and implementation of the organization’s current programs and supporting the development of future programs. Thus, it is a tactical (~60%) as well as strategic (~40%) role requiring a blend of operational and conceptual skills. In the course of sweating small details, she/he will build trusted relationships with member companies and help them actualize their commitment to cultivate workplace cultures where a diversity of ideas and people thrive. Because Camber Outdoors is a small, entrepreneurial team, the Program Manager, DEI also works closely with other team members on a variety of projects — from trade show set-up to social media strategy…from designing membership meeting strategies to putting 500 flyers on chairs in a ballroom. We have each other’s backs and we lean on each other. In this way, we live our values: “We > me”. RESPONSIBILITIES: The Program Manager-DEI has day-to-day responsibility for the flawless delivery of Camber Outdoors programs. Our current programs are: Mentoring Program – Camber Outdoors’ wildly popular and effective mentoring program currently matches 24 senior women leaders in the outdoor industry with 24 aspiring leaders. The Program Manager – DEI is responsible for planning and execution the program, which includes maintaining our online mentoring platform. She/He will have indirect responsibility (e.g., partnering with internal staff) to promote, evaluate, and improve the program. Webinar Series – Hundreds of people in our member organizations participate in our monthly webinars to build leadership capabilities that enable a great workplace for all. The Program Manager – DEI is responsible for all aspects of planning and execution including sourcing, vetting, and preparing webinar presenters; managing webinar enrollment; and gathering feedback. PitchFest – Our annual Pitchfest provides women-owned businesses with an opportunity to hone their value proposition through an intensive 10-week mentoring program culminating in a big-stage presentation in front of an adoring crowd as well as feedback from industry luminaries. The Program Manager -DEI will be responsible for the application and selection process as well as event planning, execution, follow-up. CEO Pledge – Camber Outdoors was the first to launch a CEO-level commitment to accelerate women’s leadership. The Program Manager – DEI will have the opportunity to help build the next iteration of Camber Outdoors’ flagship program. Responsibilities will include processing new pledge signers, monitoring member successes, creating program materials, and tracking renewal status. WHAT WE’RE LOOKING FOR: The Program Manager – DEI position will play a key role in executing Camber Outdoors’ current and future programs that accelerate equitable workplace cultures in the active-outdoor industries. As such, the person who will excel in this role will have: Commitment to Camber Outdoors’ mission of advancing equity for all in the active-outdoor industries as the organization evolves in the direction of intersectionality of identity. Comfort with ambiguity and a fast-paced work environment. Advanced organizational and time management skills, with an ability to create and monitor plans and timelines. Experience effectively managing and implementing multiple projects with limited oversight. Strategic thinking capabilities: knowing when to act vs. when to ask. Professional polish: high-quality writing and poised public speaking. Comfort and confidence communicating with leaders at all levels of an organization from front line to C-Suite. Database management experience (currently using CiviCRM) Willingness to support the team by doing “whatever it takes” to get the job done. Love and passion for being outside and active. Ability to work professionally and respectfully with people from diverse backgrounds and skills in a team environment. A positive and optimistic (but not Pollyanna) outlook where work is full of possibilities, not problems. Other Job Related Considerations: Lifting boxes and bags is part of this role particularly before, during and after events. Please review our values to ensure you not only love them, but also can live them! (https://camberoutdoors.org/camber-careers) Our Boulder office is dog-friendly, and you will often find our large, friendly pets there. ABOUT US: Camber Outdoors is based Boulder, CO. Preference will be given to Boulder-based candidates. Camber Outdoors offers a competitive non-profit salary for comparably-sized organizations, health insurance, a monthly ‘get outside’ stipend, flexible work schedule, puppy kisses, the opportunity to make a difference and opportunity for advancement. Camber Outdoors strives to hire a team that thinks differently—not just different from the mainstream, but different from one another. The company believes that people with a broad range of experiences, thoughts, backgrounds, and cultures not only make the office more dynamic but also enable us to more effectively achieve our mission. HOW TO APPLY: Read this job description to make sure it’s the job for you. • If you’re excited about the possibility of making a big difference, send us your resume and a thoughtful cover letter as a combined PDF file. Please use your last name and first initial as the filename of your PDF. Email the combined PDF to us at employment@camberoutdoors.org with “Program Manager – DEI” as the subject line. Applications will be reviewed immediately, and candidates with the best fit will be contacted for interviews. Due to the volume of applications, we may not be able to respond to all applications received. No calls please.

Special Events Manager

Job Type:
Development
Agency:
The Limb Preservation Foundation
Job posted on:
07 May 2018
Job starts on:
18 Jun 2018
Contact Name:
Karen Hill
Email:
Phone:
3034290688
Fax:
 
Address:
925 South Niagara Street, Suite 610, Denver, Colorado 80224
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
Bachelor Degree required. Minimum 3 years of direct fundraising and event management experience of portfolios $275,000+ . Successful experience working with committee and leadership volunteers, community and corporate sponsors and contacts to raise funds and awareness for mission programs and activities. Demonstrated success generating new financial sponsorship support, strong communication and interpersonal skills, proficient financial acumen and database skills, flexible and adaptable with proactive approach. Benefits: Generous PTO and holiday package, health and dental benefits, flexible work schedule options, education and training opportunities. Salary range: $35,000 - $42,000
General Job Description:
Small medical nonprofit seeking energetic, self-starter with demonstrated financial fundraising and event management success to oversee all aspects of 3 major events (spring event, golf tournament, fundraising breakfast) year-end direct mail campaign and online giving program activities. Market and promote special events and organization's activities via socials media platforms, electronic and or mail collateral to increase awareness, participation and support for the organization's fundraising efforts.

Summer Transform Facilitator

Job Type:
Other
Agency:
Building Bridges
Job posted on:
24 Apr 2018
Job starts on:
07 Jul 2018
Contact Name:
Liz Hamel
Email:
Phone:
7203823010
Fax:
 
Address:
3327 Brighton Blvd, Denver, Colorado 80216
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
In addition to supporting our mission, facilitator applicants should: • Be over 18 years of age • Demonstrate emotional intelligence and emotional maturity • Demonstrate strong communication skills • Have a positive attitude • Be responsible and dependable • Be a team player AND also have the ability to work independently • Be able to accept and integrate feedback • Be flexible and able to change with the needs/flow of the program • Be committed to working towards more just and inclusive communities and understand that this means different things to different people • Attend the facilitator program in full, from July 7-12 and July 14-30 • Attend scheduled activities and all facilitator meetings during the Transform Summer Intensive • Be able to work in the unique nature of a residential program
General Job Description:
We are now hiring for Summer 2018! Facilitating Building Bridges' Summer Intensive is an unforgettable experience. If you love being part of a high-functioning team and working alongside incredible youth leaders in an experiential residential setting, then this opportunity might be for you. We are now accepting applications for Transform Summer Facilitators.  This residential position includes a commitment from July 7 to July 30, 2018. The success of the Transform Program depends on the critical role of a diverse, experienced, and skilled facilitator team. Applications are due May 4. We prioritize facilitator training as a key program area that creates mutual benefits for the organization, individual facilitators, and the community. Building Bridges’ facilitator training creates transformative spaces for adults to develop, build relationships, and gain lifelong skills that can be used in various personal and professional settings. Program Dates The Building Bridges: Transform Summer Facilitator commitment is from July 7 to 30, 2018 and includes: Facilitator Training: July 7 (evening) and July 8 in Denver, Colorado (non-residential) July 9-12 at Balarat Outdoor Education Center by Jamestown, Colorado (residential) Summer Intensive: July 14-29 at Balarat Outdoor Education (residential) Facilitator Closing: July 30 in Denver, Colorado (non-residential) Invitation to Apply We would love to review your application! The application due date is May 4 at 8 pm. Please find additional information, facilitator criteria, application instructions, and the application in the application packet linked here. Additional formats of this packet are available upon request. Apply by May 4. Application Packet: bit.ly/FacilitateTransformInfo2018 Online Application Form: bit.ly/FacilitateTransform2018

Director, Statewide Community Learning Project

Job Type:
Director
Agency:
The Civic Canopy
Job posted on:
24 Apr 2018
Job starts on:
01 Jul 2018
Contact Name:
Jodi Hardin
Email:
Phone:
3032923144
Fax:
 
Address:
3532 Franklin St, Suite H, Denver, Colorado 80205
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
• BA/BS, or equivalent working experience • Minimum of five years of experience leading, directing, training and supervising multi-dimensional projects and teams • Minimum of five years of experience leading and facilitating strategic planning, community engagement, and coalition building • Collaborative process design and facilitation skills; comfort working with groups of various sizes • Experience working with diverse community partners to achieve shared goals • An understanding of, passion for and experience working with small and/or rural communities • A mature understanding of inclusion, power, privilege and diversity concept • High levels of organizational skills with a focus on detail and follow through • Ability to communicate effectively in both written and oral form to diverse audiences • Skills in customer service, relationship building and conflict management • Ability to travel extensively across Colorado • Competent with Microsoft Office • Bilingual, preferred • Experience with philanthropy, preferred
General Job Description:
Visit website for full description: http://www.civiccanopy.org/hiring-director-civic-canopy/ The Civic Canopy (Canopy) is a nonprofit organization with the vision of a society where the many work as one for the good of all. The Canopy creates a culture of collaboration that drives transformative change by connecting diverse groups of people seeking change in their communities and equipping them with the tools to create meaningful and lasting impact. Visit www.civiccanopy.org to learn more. The Director will lead, coordinate and oversee the Community Learning and Development Partner (CLDP) project, in partnership with The Colorado Health Foundation (TCHF). One of the key features of TCHF’s locally-focused work is the CLDP which offers tailored advice, coaching, technical assistance and networking services to individuals, organizations and coalitions who are centrally involved in community health-improvement work.

Manager, The Civic Canopy/East5ide Unified|Unido

Job Type:
Program Director
Agency:
The Civic Canopy
Job posted on:
23 Apr 2018
Job starts on:
20 Jun 2018
Contact Name:
Jodi Hardin
Email:
Phone:
303-292-3144
Fax:
n/a
 
Address:
3532 Franklin St, Suite H, Denver, Colorado 80205
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
• BA/BS or equivalent working experience • Five years of experience working with diverse community partners to achieve shared goals • A connection to and passion for North East Denver, preferred • Experience with community engagement and coalition building • Collaborative process design and facilitation skills; comfort working with groups of various sizes • A mature understanding of inclusion, power, privilege and diversity concepts • Experience managing and supporting multi-dimensional project teams • Experience managing and monitoring complex grants and reporting • High levels of organizational skills with a focus on detail and follow through • Ability to communicate effectively in both written and oral form to diverse audiences • Skills in customer service, relationship building and conflict management • Ability to work evenings or weekends • Competent with Microsoft Office • Bilingual, preferred
General Job Description:
The Civic Canopy (Canopy) is a nonprofit organization with the vision of a society where the many work as one for the good of all. The Canopy creates a culture of collaboration that drives transformative change by connecting diverse groups of people seeking change in their communities and equipping them with the tools to create meaningful and lasting impact. Visit www.civiccanopy.org to learn more. The Manager will coordinate and support the community-driven East5ide Unified|Unido initiative which is designed to build a thriving network of support systems and a community-wide commitment to ensure all children and families are valued, healthy and thriving. East5ide Unified|Unido is being awarded a three-year grant from the Office of Health Equity, Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment to expand its work to enhance responsive, family friendly policies in large neighborhood institutions. Visit our website to learn more and view the full description, application details: http://www.civiccanopy.org/hiring-manager-civic-canopy/ Applications will be reviewed starting May 12 until filled.

Executive Director

Job Type:
Director
Agency:
Denver Public Library Friends Foundation
Job posted on:
20 Apr 2018
Job starts on:
01 Jul 2018
Contact Name:
Carolyn McCormick
Email:
Phone:
1111111111
Fax:
n/a
 
Address:
10 W. 14th Ave. Parkway, Denver, Colorado 80204
Website:
 
Desired Skills & Experience:
The Executive Director is the Friends Foundation’s chief executive and primary fundraiser. The Executive Director is responsible for the strategic leadership and overall management of the Friends Foundation.
General Job Description:
Who We Are The Denver Public Library Friends Foundation enriches our community by building support and raising money to enhance the library's programs and services. In 2017, contributions from our generous donors enabled us to help fund many critical library programs including: • Summer of Adventure, which attracts over 30,000 children and teens throughout the summer • Read Aloud, which sends volunteers to read in over 365 preschool classrooms in at-risk neighborhoods • Digitization programs in the Western History and Genealogy Department, bringing thousands of historical documents online • The purchase of thousands of new books and materials for the library system The Friends Foundation generated these funds from our distinctive activities including twice yearly used book sales, the iconic Booklovers Ball, and our newest retail outlet the Red Chair Bookshop located on the main floor of the Central Library. Donations also came from individual donors, corporate sponsors, legacy and directed grants. Our board and supporters also advocate for the library by attending neighborhood meetings and meeting with elected officials to educate the community about the importance of the library in a changing society. Denver Public Library Providing free and equal access to all, the Denver Public Library is a citywide system of 26 locations including the iconic Central Library that rests on the edge of Civic Center Park. In 2017 the Library hosted more than 4 million visits to its branches and circulated more than 9 million items. In 2017 the voters of Denver approved a major bond program to fund essential infrastructure needs of the city. This successful bond approval resulted in the designation of $69.3 million for library projects. Some of these funds will be used to support major enhancements to the Central Library while $30 million will be directed towards repairs, projects, and other updates to 10 branch libraries around the city. Looking forward, the Denver Public Library’s priorities for the next year include a focus on: • Early Learning • Out-of-school Learning • Technology Access and Training • Services to Immigrants and Refugees Executive Director Position Overview The Executive Director is the Friends Foundation’s chief executive and primary fundraiser. The Executive Director is responsible for the strategic leadership and overall management of the Friends Foundation. Working with the staff and the Board of Trustees, the Executive Director grows the Friends Foundation’s fundraising capacity, so it can fulfill its vision of being among the top 10 library foundations in the country in terms of annual dollars raised to support the Denver Public Library. The Executive Director administers and oversees the Friends Foundation’s strategic plan, created with the Board, develops and executes operating plans and related strategies, manages the staff and operations of the Friends Foundation, and with the Board President, serves as the Friends Foundation’s spokesperson. The position reports to the Friends Foundation’s Board of Trustees. Ideal Candidate The Friends Foundation needs an experienced fundraising leader who is passionate about what a robust library system can deliver to a growing and changing community. We seek candidates who are natural collaborators, relationship-builders, and implementers. Candidates will have experience in these specific areas: Fundraising Leadership • Proven track record of identifying, cultivating, and stewarding major individual, corporate, and foundation donors. • Experience in significantly increasing fundraising results, especially with major donors and planned giving program participants and developing a vibrant culture of philanthropy within an organization at multiple levels. • Demonstrated experience in building and maintaining long-term relationships with donors, business partners, community members, and board members. • Significant abilities to optimize other sources of revenue such as large events, product sales, and memberships. Organization Leadership • Proven ability to develop, implement, and track progress on a clear strategic vision and accompanying business plans. • Experience in managing, directing, and building the skills of a team of professional staff. • Experience in building and ensuring the accuracy and efficiency of fundraising records, processes, and operations. • Knowledge of effective board governance techniques and experience in building a robust pipeline of board members as well as enhancing the fundraising skills of individual board members. • Financial management skills and understanding of how to track and present financial information to support effective decision-making. Communication & Collaboration Leadership • Proven ability to partner effectively with staff and leaders of a supported entity. • Experience in representing an organization and its priorities in public settings. • Outstanding verbal and written communication skills. • Proven ability to present information to different groups using tailored and appropriate methods. While qualified candidates do not have to have had direct experience in working with libraries, candidates must demonstrate a commitment to the goals of the Denver Public Library and a strong willingness to engage regularly with Library staff and the Library Commission to achieve our mutual goals. We seek a dynamic, strategic, results-oriented leader who can inspire others to support a compelling vision. The Friends Foundation needs an outstanding fundraising leader who has the highest levels of integrity,and who knows how to seize opportunities when they arise. Knowledge of Denver and the local philanthropic community would be helpful but is not required. Ready to Apply? If this describes you and your skills, please send a cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to Carolyn McCormick of Peak HR Consulting, LLC at carolyn.mccormick@peakhrconsultingcom. All applications are to be submitted electronically. To learn more about the Friends Foundation and the details of this position, please visit our website at www.dplfriends.org . Denver Public Library Friends Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer that values diversity and provides equal access and equal opportunity in employment and services and does not discriminate.