|5059659||11/21/2018||11/21/2018||1/23/2019||Chief Program Officer||Albertina Kerr seeks a visionary, forwarding-thinking nonprofit professional with outstanding leadership skills to serve as its next Chief Program Officer. Since 1907, Albertina Kerr has strengthened Oregon families and communities. Today, it provides programs and services to children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities and mental health challenges, empowering them to live richer lives. With over 700 employees and a budget of $43 million, Albertina Kerr currently serves more than 1,100 people each year. For more information about Albertina Kerr, please visit www.albertinakerr.org. The Chief Program Officer reports to the CEO and is the executive designated full responsibility for the functioning, growth and development of program operations. The positon oversees the program budgets and program staff of approximately 500. Candidates should have outstanding, proven leadership qualities, and demonstrated success in managing complex programs. The CPO should have strong business acumen which will enable this individual to make effective decisions regarding the future growth of the agency. A strong work ethic, good sense of humor, a sense of compassion, and a sincere dedication to the mission and the people served by Albertina Kerr will be strongly valued. Ideally, candidates will have a minimum of ten to fifteen years of leadership experience in the development of human service programs, administration of grant and contract funded programs, and being accountable for programs that provide services for people who have disabilities and mental health challenges. Experience in both Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities and Mental Health Services would be highly valued, as would a background in 24-hour care facilities. Experience with program design and program analysis is desired, as is the ability to assess trends in the marketplace. The CPO will have a strong commitment to high quality treatment and care for people with disabilities, children with mental health challenges, and their families. A Master’s degree in social work, health care or public administration, nursing, psychology or a related field is required.||Albertina Kerr has retained Morris & Berger to conduct the Chief Program Officer search. To apply and to review the full position description, please submit application, including resume and a letter of interest, in confidence to Morris & Berger through their website: www.morrisberger.com/currentsearches/albertinakerr.||Portland, OR||Albertina Kerr||http://www.morrisberger.com/currentsearches/albertinakerr
|5061187||11/20/2018||11/20/2018||12/14/2018||VP Fundraising||JOB SUMMARY :
Reporting to the CEO, and working closely with the executive leadership team, operating and foundation boards, the Vice President - Fundraising will lead a team to raise funds from individuals, corporations, foundations, and congregations. The Vice President - Fundraising is also responsible for donor development and planned giving activities for LSS.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
This list of duties and responsibilities is not all-inclusive and may be expanded to include other duties and responsibilities, as management may deem necessary from time to time.
• Serves as the creative, strategic leader of all advancement efforts throughout Wisconsin and Upper Michigan. Develops and implements an annual strategic fundraising development plan to support the organization’s mission, goals and objectives.
• Designs, implements and oversees comprehensive resource development for churches, congregations, individuals, corporations, foundations, community and governmental organizations. Participates in strategic marketing and communications program related to fundraising strategies and overall foundation strategic direction.
• Maintains a high, enthusiastic, and respected visibility in the community with current and prospective major donors. Serves as the primary relationship manager for individual, corporate, and foundation donors and prospects.
• Maintains a high quality stewardship process for active funding partners and donors. Works closely with LSS grant manager to ensure that stewardship and reporting requirements are met to sustain successful partnerships by maintaining detailed records of solicitation activities.
• Creates and drives initiatives for the solicitation of foundations, corporations, organizations and potential planned giving donors.
• Creates effective infrastructure including budget development and analysis, annual fund development strategic plan, organizational database, gift acknowledgment process, donor recognition programs, and all other actions to build an effective fundraising organization.
• Provides leadership, support and guidance to staff. This includes the selection, training, supervision and evaluation of team members. Works with the department employees to identify and facilitate professional growth.
• Builds and fosters collaborative relationships with other departments and business units within the organization to stay informed of, and support new initiatives, products and services.
• Develops and maintain an understanding, respect and appreciation for the ELCA and its mission.
• Creates, integrates, and implements short, intermediate and long-term strategies to solicit major gifts and donations.
• Identifies sponsorship opportunities and makes presentations to donor prospects.
• Plans and implements major donor interactions and activities (volunteer experiences, tours, networking events, etc.).
• Executes briefing memos, proposals, and stewardship materials.
• Tracks and reports on relationship management and fundraising activity using Raiser’s Edge.
ADDITIONAL AGENCY REQUIREMENTS :
• Must comply with agency and departmental policies and regulations
• Must relate to individuals and families of varied ethnic and cultural backgrounds, ages, and economic circumstances with respect and dignity.
• Must support the Mission, Vision and Values of LSS.
SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES :
• Oversees the Fundraising staff
• Builds relationships and trust through open dialogue, as well as intentional and ongoing employee conversations
• Holds team accountable for supporting Agency policies, procedures, and change management
• Ensures staff are appropriately selected, trained, developed, utilized, appraised and recognized for performance
• Promotes Agency vision and goals; inspires and engages others in their relationship to the Agency and departmental goals
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Upon offer, candidates must successfully complete the necessary background, caregiver, medical and any other checks required, according to program requirements. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:
• Bachelor’s Degree required. Advanced degree strongly preferred.
• Minimum 7+ years of progressively responsible professional work in fund development and fundraising, including staff leadership.
• Prior experience with human services and/or non-profit leadership required.
• Knowledge of current principles and practices of fund development, planned giving, annual giving, and building a donor pipeline.
• Knowledge of the principles of effective donor communications, media, PR, advertising and community relations.
• Current knowledge of social media best practices.
• Comprehensive knowledge of budgeting, strategic planning, and analysis.
• Ability to gather, analyze and evaluate data to make comprehensive recommendations and presentations.
• Strong ability to communicate effectively – orally, written and listening.
• Strong project planning and skills. Demonstrated ability to lead large scale initiatives like capital campaigns.
• Knowledge in fundraising best practices efforts including: Gift acceptance policy, annual calendar of philanthropic events, engagement of board and volunteers in fundraising efforts, effective case statement development, etc.
CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS:
The incumbent of this position must have a valid driver’s license and have reliable transportation to perform the essential duties of the role; a motor vehicle check (MVR) with a satisfactory driving record per the LSS Driver Safety Procedure is required, and ability to meet LSS auto insurance requirements.
Ability to communicate both in verbal and written format, effectively and efficiently in job.
Working knowledge of computers to allow employee to access computer systems and applications to complete timecards, read and respond to email, and complete required on-line training. Prior experience with Blackbaud / Raiser’s Edge software is helpful, but not required.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS/WORK ENVIRONMENT:
The physical demands and work environment described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
While performing the duties of this job, the worker is regularly required to talk or hear. The employee frequently is required to stand, walk, and sit and occasionally lift and/or move up to 10 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus. Keyboarding is required for this position.
The incumbent of this position works in an air-conditioned, office environment. The incumbent will also be exposed to outdoor weather conditions when traveling on company business.
The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.
TRAVEL: Ability to travel on day trips as required up to 20%. Some overnight travel may be required.
LSS is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran, disability status or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law.||https://recruiting2.ultipro.com/LUT1001LSS/JobBoard/e14e947f-8ee5-4e12-a8a7-cda7df507593/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=8b922385-b52c-4999-90fd-4fccefbf4ab5||West Allis, Wisconsin||Lutheran Social Services of WI and Upper MI||https://www.lsswis.org/LSS/Careers
|5059659||11/16/2018||11/17/2018||1/19/2019||Vice President of Programs||KEES has been exclusively retained by DuPagePads in its search for a new Vice President of Programs. For over 33 years, DuPagePads has been committed to ending homelessness. As the largest provider of services to those who are homeless in DuPage County, the agency’s solution to ending homelessness is housing, coupled with support services and employment. Through providing a continuum of services to clients, from basic needs to a personalized plan for housing, participants are empowered to access benefits, career development resources, support groups and financial education. Reporting to the President/CEO, the Vice President of Programs will oversee the services, programs and initiatives that deliver the mission directly to individuals served and the community at large. The Vice President of Programs will have significant experience working in the human services arena, and they must have a true desire to provide an end to homelessness in the community. Experience in program management and assessment, as well as strong clinical judgement, are musts. The ideal candidate will have experience in programs serving the homeless, as well as navigating the requirements of the local Continuum of Care and HUD. A background in program evaluation and metrics, compliance and management are essential. DuPagePads is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, religion, age, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, disability, marital status, veteran status, or any other occupationally irrelevant criteria. For more information about the position, and specific requirements, please click on the link below.||To apply, please visit: http://bit.ly/PADSVPProg||DuPage County, Illinois||DuPagePads||http://bit.ly/PADSVPProg
|5010721||11/16/2018||11/16/2018||12/3/2018||President & CEO||Missouri Alliance for Children & Families is seeking a President/CEO to establish, maintain, and oversee the company’s vision and strategic direction. As President/CEO, the individual has ultimate responsibility for all aspects of the agency including strategic planning, managing the organization’s budget and financing, controlling the operation of the agency through the agency’s Board of Managers, and cultivating key stakeholder relationships including government and private providers.
The successful candidate must have executive leadership experience including the ability to plan strategically, outstanding communication skills, financial acumen and be self-directed with high ethical standards. Qualifications include a Master’s degree or higher with significant experience at the executive level in behavioral/mental health positions. Advanced knowledge of contracting systems is also necessary.
Missouri Alliance for Children & Families provides case management and many other vital services to children with severe mental and behavioral care needs. We serve over 1,800 children, youth and their families throughout the State of Missouri.
The application process:
To be considered, please submit a cover letter, salary history, and a current resume to email@example.com. If you have questions about this announcement please call Deanna at 573/556-8090 ext. 114. Resumes will be accepted through December 3, 2018.||Send Cover Letter, Salary History and Resume to firstname.lastname@example.org by December 3rd.||Jefferson City, MO||Missouri Alliance for Children and Families||ma-cf.org
|5053759||11/16/2018||11/16/2018||12/31/2018||Chief Financial Officer||Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) is responsible for the overall
financial and accounting functions, including providing analysis and recommendations on all financial
operations, within the Agency. Other responsibilities include information technology, payroll, contract
administration and risk management for the Agency along with providing support to the Finance Committee,
the Audit Sub-Committee, and the Board of Directors.||Email: email@example.com||Morristown, NJ||Cornerstone Family Programs||https://www.cornerstonefamilyprograms.org/Contact-Us/Careers
|5048215||11/15/2018||11/15/2018||12/16/2018||Managing Director - The Bridge||*RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Develop and implement a new Adolescent Intensive Outpatient Program.
• Ensure the quality and integrity of clinical services.
• Work with the Clinical Director to oversee the delivery of treatment services and activities based on the philosophy, goals, and objectives of the program.
• Work with the Treatment Team to continuously review the clinical model to ensure that it meets the needs of adolescents with co-occurring disorders and is responsive to clients from a variety of cultures, races, ethnic backgrounds, classes, languages, religions, sexual orientations, and other diversity factors.
• Help to identify new clinical interventions and evidence-based practices.
• Participate in all case consultations regarding early treatment discharge; determine final decision about client’s treatment in special circumstances.
• Prepare and annually update Policies and Procedures Manual.
• Ensure program compliance with all relevant federal, state and local laws, policies and procedures, including (but not limited to) those disseminated by CODAAP, CBH, BHSI, BDAP, DHS and DPW.
• Serve as liaison between the program and the state and local government oversight and funding agencies. Prepare for and coordinate site visits with such funders. Prepare necessary reports to funders and oversight agencies, as appropriate.
• Submit monthly status reports to Turning Points for Children management team and attend monthly “Team Meetings.”
• Directly supervise 7-person management team that includes: E-3 Center Program Director, Clinical Director, Residential Director, Admissions Coordinator, Facility Manager/Director of Operations, Lead Teacher, and Controller.
• Oversee staff of approximately 60-70, including full and part-time employees.
• Ensure that staff receives appropriate education and training, taking into account each funder’s requirements and staff’s professional development goals.
• Work with Management Team to identify and implement staff development and retention initiatives.
• Work to instill a sense of teamwork and commitment to a common goal; institute efforts to continuously boost staff morale.
• Work to ensure that the Bridge staff includes a range of ethnically, racially, culturally, and socio-economically diverse members and that all staff are sensitive to issues of diversity and the impact of race, religion, culture, sexual orientation and class on the treatment process.
• Develop and nurture relationships in the community with referral sources, health and human services agencies, government oversight agencies, funders, political leaders, other treatment programs, and professional peers.
• Participate in community committees and coalitions.
• Serve as key spokesperson for the organization; attend community and regional meetings and events.
Administration and Finance
• Regularly monitor program budget, expenditure reports, and financial position.
• Regularly monitor the receipt of authorizations from all funders (including CBH and BHSI) and program billing.
• Help to ensure maximum program census.
• Work with Turning Points for Children Controller & Vice President for Behavioral Health to develop program budgets.
• Help to identify potential new revenue sources and assist in maximizing revenue and in ensuring that necessary revenue is available.
• Working with Turning Points for Children staff, help to develop new programs and funding strategies and assist in preparing proposals to funders, as needed
• Help develop new programs and identify new funding opportunities, particularly programs that will expand the continuum of care.
• Establish relationships with key funders to help identify unmet program needs and promote the Bridge as a Center of Excellence.
• Work to continuously fine-tune the program model to respond to adolescents’ changing needs and the changing needs of the operating environment.
• Develop a research agenda and develop appropriate partnerships to support this agenda.
• Report quarterly to the Board of Directors on all program activities.
• Nurture a collaborative working relationship with all Board members.
• Help to identify new Board members and to strengthen the role and effectiveness of existing Board members.||https://recruiting.ultipro.com/PUB1002/JobBoard/c8784846-358b-1bec-45e9-f994af5fccee/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=958f4bc3-3fd4-4515-94bd-51b8d007b466||Philadelphia, PA||Turning Points for Children||https://recruiting.ultipro.com/PUB1002/JobBoard/c8784846-358b-1bec-45e9-f994af5fccee/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=958f4bc3-3fd4-4515-94bd-51b8d007b466
|5059330||11/13/2018||11/13/2018||1/13/2019||Executive Director||Join the SAFY Family
Do you have a passion to serve families and youth right where they are?
Does seeing transformation in the lives of family and children motivate you?
SAFY of Colorado is searching for a seasoned Clinician with experience with child-welfare and juvenile justice populations. This person will serve as the agency’s Executive Director, and should be trauma-competent, action-oriented, adaptable, and a competent leader. This individual must be well connected in the State of Colorado, and will be based out of the Fort Collins office (or willing to travel there frequently).
This immediate opening is for a dynamic leader responsible for the clinical, strategic and operational leadership for SAFY of Colorado, assuring staff accountability, meeting financial objectives, active clinical quality assurance, and program expansion consistent with the SAFY model of Care. The Executive Director will advocate change locally or within the larger organization, maintain exceptional organizational culture within the state of Colorado, and have a commitment to trauma competent care.
This will be accomplished through the following:
Ensure ongoing local programmatic excellence, rigorous program evaluation, and consistent quality of finance and administration, fundraising, communications, and systems; recommend timelines and resources needed to achieve the strategic goals.
Carry out and provide direction on strategic plan implementation processes with Executive Team and staff.
Coach program directors as they implement the strategic plan and transition program operations.
Lead, coach and develop a high-performance leadership team. Provide direction to supervisors in the form of answers to problems and advice with staff performance and youth issues. Assist in establishing performance goals for the division and monitor progress. Perform scheduled evaluations and conduct monthly supervision for all direct reports.
Participate in annual operational budget process, and manage effectively within said budget. Accurately report on progress made and challenges encountered if not on target.
Establishes work schedule for direct reports and fill in during absence or vacant position. Conduct final interviews of division applicants in the region.
Collaborate with and participate as an active member of the Senior Management Team. Engage in a positive interface with corporate personnel/departments.
Manage and develop high performance teams.
Master’s degree in human services, social work, counseling, psychology, or other license-eligible related field of human services
Independent clinical licensure in Colorado preferred.
Ten years of experience in the field of social service, five of those years being in a supervisory/administrative capacity
Experience in treatment foster care, family preservation, and in-home programs is strongly preferred
Experience interacting with billing/credentialing with Medicaid is preferred
Excellent communication skills (oral and written)
Resolution skills to demonstrate leadership and effective problem solving
Strong organizational skills to prioritize workload, as well as that of those positions supervised
Attention to detail and accuracy and ability to multitask
Operate a computer with Microsoft Office, other software, agency databases and online systems
Management & leadership abilities to coach, manage and develop high performance teams
Ability to address both the clinical, programmatic and operational issues as assigned
Ability to set, manage and achieve the financial budget of division/department||Online||Fort Collins||SAFY||https://www.appone.com/MainInfoReq.asp?R_ID=2204816
|5056599||11/7/2018||11/8/2018||12/8/2018||Chief Development Officer||Fosters a culture of philanthropy within the agency, and design and implements strategies to develop donors and financial resources to support ACH’s mission and uphold the brand. Leads staff and volunteers to attain a high performing integrated fund development, marketing and community engagement plan while strengthening ACH’s awareness and positioning externally.
Instills collaboration, stimulates relationship building, and is responsive to fulfilling the organization’s vision, mission, and values through ethical practice. The CDO oversees the development, marketing and volunteer services teams and instills the organizations corporate culture, systems and procedures to ensure accountability and gift fulfillment standards for donors and funding sources.||Please apply visiting hiremeACH.org where the job is posted||Fort Worth, Texas||ACH Child & Family Services||hiremeACH.org
|5058849||11/5/2018||11/5/2018||11/15/2018||Development Director||Boys Town North Florida has been serving children and families in the Tallahassee area since 1983. Every year, our programs and services touch the lives of more than 5,000 people in The site offers Treatment Family Homes, In-Home Family Services, Foster Care, Care Coordination Services and Common Sense Parenting® classes.
The Development Director in North Florida will oversee donor relations and manage our fundraising initiatives. A successful candidate will be responsible for developing our non-profits fundraising campaigns, communication with current and prospective donors, and building a strong development program for our organization. This position involves managing individual and corporate gifts as well as planned and annual giving campaigns. If you have a strong background in non-profit fundraising and development, we encourage you to apply.
REQUIRED EDUCATION, TRAINING, EXPERIENCE, OR SKILLS
Bachelor’s degree in Marketing, Business, or equivalent required. Master’s degree preferred.
7 to 10 years of experience including: fundraising and management; experience working with the public in cultivation, gift solicitations, stewardship, donor recognition, and volunteer groups with progressive responsibilities as a development officer.
Available to travel and to work evenings or weekends as needed.
Strong knowledge of principles, ethics, and practices of successful fundraising.
Demonstrated ability to develop and implement persuasive cultivation ideas and techniques for prospects and donors.
Proven ability to provide critical analysis, using sound judgment with realistic expectations for prospects and donors.
Skills in developing and implementing strategic solicitation fund-raising plans that incorporates a concise definition of goals, targeted audiences, and strategies in-line with youth care priorities.
Computer skills in Microsoft Office.
Ability to communicate with individuals at all levels in the organization and with external business contacts in an articulate, professional manner while maintaining necessary degree of confidentiality.
Ability to build and sustain successful, professional relationships.
This advertisement describes the general nature of work to be performed and does not include an exhaustive list of all duties, skills, or abilities required. Boys Town is an equal employment opportunity employer and participates in the E-Verify program. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status. To request a disability-related accommodation in the application process, contact us at 1-877-639-6003.||Please apply online at the Boys Town careers website||Tallahassee, Florida||Boys Town||https://jobs.boystown.org/job/tallahassee/development-director/197/9830261
|5061009||10/31/2018||10/31/2018||11/30/2018||President - Social Services||Under the guidance of Family Resources (FRI) Board of Directors and the Four Oaks (FO) Chief Executive Officer, The Family Resources President position is: responsible for FRI’s operations and the continued development and success of the region; executes strategic planning and Board activities; participates with the Chief Executive Officer in achieving enterprise-wide operating and development plans; and serves on the FO Executive Team that leads enterprise operations. As the chief representative of FRI to internal and external constituencies, he/she shall embody the organization’s core values and foster a culture of excellence in service.
About Family Resources
At Family Resources, we believe in strengthening children, families and individuals in our community - it's the passion that permeates everything we do. Family Resources has grown to become one of the state's largest agencies devoted to child welfare, juvenile justice, mental health, and survivor services. We recognize that these children, families, and individuals come to us from a variety of circumstances, which makes it important for us to reach them where they are right now.||See the full job description and apply at www.famres.org||Davenport, IA||Family Resources||https://recruit.hirebridge.com/v3/Jobs/JobDetails.aspx?cid=7741&jid=431214
|5057601||10/31/2018||10/1/2018||1/1/2019||President & CEO||Reporting to the Board of Directors, the next President and CEO will bring demonstrated organizational leadership, a deep commitment to serving the families of Maine and an abiding belief in the power of the community to improve lives. The ideal candidate will be a proven and respected leader whose skills will inspire continued growth in fundraising, stakeholder engagement, and brand awareness. Internally, the President and CEO will attract, motivate and retain a top-notch staff and maintain excellence in the content and delivery of The Opportunity Alliance’s programming and services, ensuring that it continues to adapt and innovate to best meet the needs of the community it serves.
Key responsibilities of the President and CEO fall into the following categories; Executive Leadership & Organizational Management, Fundraising, Board Relations & Development, and Programming.
For the full position description, please visit
Erin Reedy and Alicia Salerno of Koya Leadership Partners have been engaged by The Opportunity Alliance to help in this hire. Please submit a compelling cover letter and resume here.
https://ats.k2-app.com/jobPosting/apply/2089||South Portland, ME||The Opportunity Alliance||https://koyapartners.com/search/toa-president-and-ceo/
|5017932||10/23/2018||10/22/2018||11/30/2018||Manager of Finance & Accounting||Help Us Change Lives: Auberle Seeks a Manager of Finance & Accounting
Auberle is a growing, nationally recognized, award winning human service organization that serves 4,000 young people and families each year. Auberle’s staff is comprised of passionate individuals who are committed to finding the most innovative ways to solve our community’s most difficult problems. Our staff have voted us as a Top Place to Work for six years in a row and #1 for Training two of the last three years. We are looking for a finance leader to partner with our program staff.
We are currently seeking a Manager of Finance & Accounting to join our Finance team. This position is responsible for the day-to-day oversight of all finance and reporting activities. The ideal candidate is a mission-focused and energetic leader who helps drive the continuous quality improvement and performance culture among a group of diverse, talented individuals that make the agency a national leader. The successful candidate should enjoy challenges, be able to act and react as necessary, and is not afraid to take charge of a situation..
This position assists the Director of Finance and Accounting with the monthly close process, maintains a system of controls over accounting transactions, prepares and disseminates monthly financial information to the Executive Team and coordinates the annual budget process, improves organizational effectiveness processes, and analyzes financial, government and regulatory information to maximize appropriate funding streams.
Candidates should have a strong understanding of finance, accounting and systems and be solution oriented. Experience in non-profit organizations is a plus, as is experience with MIP accounting software. Excellent written and oral communication skills and use of Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, and other software required.
A Bachelor’s Degree with a major in accounting, business or finance preferred, and a minimum of 7 years professional-level experience in accounting or finance, including experience supervising others. Candidates will be required to apply for Act 33/34 clearances (criminal and child abuse) as well as FBI clearance. Pre-employment drug screening and random employment drug testing required.
Auberle offers excellent training opportunities and a comprehensive benefits package. If you are highly motivated, passionate about youth and interested in making a difference, be sure to apply online at www.auberle.org. EOE||Visit Auberle's website www.auberle.org||McKeesport, PA||Auberle||https://www.auberle.org
|5015081||10/17/2018||10/17/2018||11/16/2018||Director of Resource Development and Grants||Family Service Association is a dynamic and entrepreneurial non-profit organization in Southern California. Diverse and complex challenge, with an annual budget of $24 million, 375 employees, 52 full-time equivalents of volunteers, and 50 program locations throughout Riverside and San Bernardino counties. The Director of Resource Development will build a strong resource development operation and greatly expand private investment in and visibility of FSA. Proven successful expertise in private philanthropy, grant writing and management, direct mail, etc. are essential. For more information about FSA, visit www.fsaca.org.
RESPONSIBILITIES: This position is responsible, on a timely basis, for working with the COO, CPO, President and CEO, CFO, the Board of Directors, the development staff, and other agency program directors to meet the monetary needs of the agency to sustain and expand programs. The Director of Resource Development and Grants must be prepared at times to work longer hours to fulfill multiple job requirements and meet both internal and external deadlines. The Director will oversee an initial staff of an Annual Campaign Manager and Grants Manager. Future staff include a Communications Manager. Key accountabilities are:
• Developing, implementing, and ongoing review of annual fundraising plan to meet agency fiscal goals, including private solicitations, response to public sector RFPs and other public sector funding opportunities, major gifts, endowment, and other strategies as appropriate.
• Preparing and supervising preparation of private and public grant proposals.
• Researching private and public donor opportunities.
• Educate the Board about all aspects of fund development and provide the Board with the tools to be successful ambassadors for the organization.
• Communicating with foundations, corporations, and the public as needed.
• Preparing and supervising preparation of reports (including but not limited to private foundation reports and public sector monthly reporting documents) and acknowledgments.
• In consultation with the President and CEO, preparing and supervising preparation of other documents, e.g., brochures, press releases, newsletters, website oversight, and similar materials, as needed.
• Providing support and leadership regarding special events.
• Developing a donor database and supervising its ongoing maintenance.
• Compiling and drafting reports, including to the Board of Directors and Fundraising Committee, as assigned.
• Collaborating closely with the agency’s volunteer coordinator and community and senior center directors regarding community educational outreach activities and volunteer recruitment.
• Developing a strong Resource Development Department team
• Ensure ongoing communication with program, finance, contracts, administrative, human resources, and senior management staff to achieve:
o a) complete awareness of agency programs and updates;
o b) correct preparation of proposal, contract, and report budgets;
o c) correct preparation of proposals;
o d) development and implementation of correct strategies to maximize fundraising potential;
o e) correct implementation of funded proposal requirements;
o f) contract compliance.
• The Director is responsible for writing and supervising the writing of materials and for understanding agency programs to make strategic recommendations with leadership in response to initiatives.
• Serving as part of agency leadership team, working with management, peers, and staff to develop, strategize, operationalize, and carry through agency goals correctly and promptly.
• Working very closely with COO, CPO, CEO, CFO and other leadership and management staff regarding all aspects of fund development.
• Demonstrated experience with and understands all aspects of private and public sector fund development.
• Demonstrated writing experience and excellent computer skills to create strong presentations, etc.
• Well organized and able to prioritize workload. Must be comfortable in a fast-paced environment.
• Very adept at budgeting and projecting revenues in fund development.
• Good communications skills, knowledge of social media, and ability to increase agency visibility.
• Able to work independently and as part of a team.
• Willing to work within a well-developed conceptual framework for fundraising and recommend strategies for expansion.
• Preference given to people with relationships and experience working in the Inland Empire.
• 8 to 10 years experience (preferred).
• Experience coordinating special events and mass mailings (preferred).
• Experience in grant writing
• Certificate in Philanthropy desired.
• Current CA Driver's License and Proof of Automobile Insurance
• Background Fingerprint Clearance
• Drug Test Clearance
FSA is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. 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.
Please email your cover letter, resume and salary requirements to Kathleen Vicario, Director of Human Resources at Kathleen.Vicario@fsaca.org.||Please submit resume to Kathleen Vicario, HR Officer at Kathleen.Vicario@fsaca..org||Moreno Valley, CA||Family Service Association||http://www.fsaca.org
|5020940||10/16/2018||10/16/2018||10/31/2018||Executive Director of Kansas Programs & Services||PURPOSE:
The Executive Director will lead other leaders across the state in pursuit of the organization’s mission of safer and healthier communities. The Director leads others who manage and direct a portfolio of programs and services based on geography and/or program expertise. Through these leaders, the Director is ultimately responsible for providing strategic, executive-level leadership of programs and services. The Director will lead his/her teams to achieve the highest of program quality & financial health, while ensuring all team members strive to deliver services that lead to long term positive impact on the safety and health of communities. The Director will work collaboratively with peers and leaders within other departments of the organization to ensure positive interface in support of the organization’s mission and priorities, specifically in aligning resources necessary to accomplish goals. The Director will demonstrate a deep knowledge of state and communities’ needs and have strong meaningful relationships with leaders at other public and private organizations, as well as community leaders, in order to develop and further strategic partnerships on behalf of Cornerstones of Care. Key to the Director’s success will be his/her ability to set a vision and lead through other leaders on his/her team by coaching, inspiring and motivating those leaders by focusing on 9 Organizational Competencies: Excellence in Service, Commitment to Sanctuary, Excellence in Customer Experience, Commitment to Diversity & Equality, Contributes to Workplace Innovation, Embraces Technology, Engages in Cross Team Collaboration, Engages Community Partners, & Demonstrates Financial Acumen.
• Education Level:
o A Master's Degree in social work, health care, public administration, nursing, psychology, human services, education or related field is required.
• Professional Experience:
o 10 years of progressive leadership experience in a public or private human service organization is required.
o Developed new grant/contract funded human service programs from concept to successful implementation and operation.
o Demonstrated professional experience creating and leading diverse teams.
o Successful experience leading other directors or similar level leadership positions in a human service organization.
o Experience making large-scale complex decisions on behalf of a human service organization.
o Experience interfacing with Boards of Directors or other similar governing bodies.
o Experience leading statewide teams and/or teams with significant geographical distance.
o Experience leading large-scale change initiatives within a human service organization.
o Experience overseeing large, complex social, health or educational programs.
o Professional experiences as outlined above should be substantial in the designated state the Director shall oversee.||Apply online: https://bit.ly/2EshwKO
Questions, Please contact: Cornerstones of Care, Human Resources Department
300 E. 36th Street, Kansas City, MO 64111
Phone: (816) 508-1757
Fax: (816) 508-1757||Kansas City, Kansas||Cornerstones of Care||https://bit.ly/2EshwKO
|5015081||10/16/2018||10/16/2018||11/30/2018||Chief Financial Officer||Chief Financial Officer for Family Service Association, a dynamic and entrepreneurial non-profit organization in Southern California. Diverse and complex challenge, with an annual budget of $24 million, 375 employees, 52 full-time equivalents of volunteers, and 50 program locations throughout Riverside and San Bernardino counties. Substantial experience with nonprofit accounting/auditing and government contracts a must. For more information, visit our website at www.fsaca.org.
The CFO is responsible for all financial matters of the Family Service Association, the Family Service Association’s Senior Housing Corporation, and the Aspire organization. The CFO will report to and work closely with the CEO on all financial matters. In addition, she or he will partner with the senior leadership and the board of directors to develop and implement strategies across the organization. The CFO will oversee all compliance and recognition for government (federal and state) contracts and private grants. She or he must be able to adapt to a continually evolving environment and thrive in an autonomous and deadline-oriented workplace while managing a multi-faceted finance and accounting department of up to 16 people Specific responsibilities include:
• Oversee cash flow planning and ensure availability of funds as needed.
• Oversee cash, investment, and asset management.
• Develop and implement sound investment and operating policies for operating reserve, capital funds, and endowment funds.
• Develop and implement a plan to strengthen financial stability, resiliency and strength.
• Oversee financing strategies and activities including managing municipal bonds issuance, loans and ensure loan covenant compliance.
• Experience building strong relationships with banks and financial institutions.
• Develop and utilize forward-looking, predictive models and activity-based financial analyses to provide insight into the organization’s operations and business plans.
Planning, Policy, and Investor Relations
• Oversee and execute a thorough and effective budgeting process for the fiscal year and revised budgets at mid-year.
• Work with the Chief Programs Officer and the Chief Operating Officer of Child Development, to train staff on budgeting and income/expense reporting and analysis to strengthen the program’s team financial literacy and increase programmatic accountability for financial results.
• Work with program leadership to develop financial business plans and forecasts for their programs.
• Participate in policy development as a member of the Leadership Team.
• Work with the Board Treasurer and the Finance Committee of the board of directors to ensure they are informed of financial performance, challenges and projections.
• Represent the company to financial partners, including financial institutions, investors, foundation executives, auditors, public officials, etc.
• Remain up to date on nonprofit audit best practices and state and federal law regarding nonprofit operations.
Accounting and Administration
• Oversee the accounting department to ensure proper and timely maintenance of all accounting systems and function;
• Build a strong accounting and finance team with high morale and low staff turnover.
• Ensure maintenance of appropriate internal controls and financial procedures.
• Ensure timeliness, accuracy, and usefulness of financial and management reporting for federal and state funders, foundations, and FSA’s board of directors; oversee the preparation and communication of monthly and annual financial statements.
• Coordinate audits and proper filing of tax returns.
• Ensure legal and regulatory compliance regarding all financial functions.
The CFO will be a seasoned and mature leader with at least 6 - 8 years of broad finance experience, ideally beginning in audit, followed by experience gathering and evaluating financial information and making actionable recommendations to senior leadership. She or he will ideally have experience managing finance (accounting, budgeting, control, and reporting) for a governmental entity or a complex nonprofit with multiple funding sources including government (federal and state) contracts and an affiliate structure with diverse program areas. The CFO will have the following experience and attributes:
• A minimum of a BS; a CPA and/or MBA would be a plus.
• At least five years of experience as CFO or equivalent, preferably in a nonprofit organization with a budget of at least $15 million.
• Experience in a senior financial-management role, partnering with executive staff, resulting in the development and implementation of creative financial management strategies.
• Significant experience in or knowledge of nonprofit accounting, including sophisticated fund and grant accounting, compliance, and reporting.
• Deep knowledge and understanding of the Office of Management and Budget Circular A133 audit.
• Experience working with information technology staff to manage finance and accounting software packages.
• Excellent written and oral communication skills.
• Demonstrated leadership ability, team management, and interpersonal skills.
• Excellent analytical and abstract reasoning skills, plus excellent organization skills.
• Current CA Driver's License and Proof of Automobile Insurance
• Background Fingerprint Clearance
• Drug Test Clearance
FSA is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. 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.||Please submit resume to Kathleen Vicario, HR Officer at Kathleen.Vicario@fsaca.org||Moreno Valley, CA||Family Service Association||www.fsaca.org
|5036290||10/12/2018||10/12/2018||11/12/2018||Chief of Educational Services||If you are interested in holistic education, passionate about school reform, working in an enriched environment that stimulates the intellect, excites the senses and touches the emotions; and want to make a difference in the lives of every student, be they at –risk or not, the Chief of Educational Services is the job for you. The TranZed Alliance is a child serving organization dedicated to transforming how America cares for and educates its children and youth. We are seeking a seasoned educational leader/manager to oversee the operations of seven charter and two special education schools. The ideal candidate for this position will be the kind of person who isn’t interested in bureaucracy and wants to work for an organization that values innovation, is loaded with creative and experienced professionals with a can do attitude. We work hard every day to create an environment where students hate to leave school at the end of the day and look forward to coming to school every day.
Position Purpose: The Chief of Educational Services (CES) is responsible for leading and managing all TranZed Alliance schools and educational programs to assure their alignment with all components of The Transformation Education brand. In addition, the CES also is involved in working with the charter school Boards of Directors, local education agencies and works collaboratively with program leaders and executives.
Qualifications: A Master’s degree in education is required, doctorate preferred, accompanied by 15 years of direct experience, five in educational leadership. In addition, experience working with special education, high school, elementary school, preschool, vocational training, alternative education and school-based mental health will be necessary for the incumbent to be successful in this role. Experience with hiring, evaluating, supervising and coaching staff, budgeting, community relations and a proven track record in the charter school movement is required.||Interested candidates should apply on our company website @ www.childrensguild.org/employment/job-openings/||Baltimore, MD||The Children's Guild||www.childrensguild.org
|5004654||10/12/2018||10/12/2018||12/12/2018||Project Manager||KEES has been exclusively retained by The DuPage Federation on Human Services Reform (The Federation) in its search for a new Executive Director. The DuPage Federation on Human Services Reform (The Federation), founded in 1995, is a nonprofit planning and change management organization that has been intimately involved in the development of the health care safety net and has helped expand the health and human services system to better meet the needs of the county’s changing population. The Federation is seeking an accomplished and innovative Executive Director to steer the organization into the next level of community leadership and pursue a new strategic plan to ensure that the programs remain vibrant, relevant, and that the core value of collaboration continues to meet the community need. The next Executive Director of the Federation will partner with the Board of Directors, Council of Community Leaders, local civic and community leaders, funders and other external stakeholders to develop a clear vision and mission for the organization’s next decade. The breadth and depth of the service geography, program scope, public advocacy, and funding strategy are just a sample of the key questions awaiting the next Executive Director and their team. This is an opportunity for a passionate, dedicated professional to have a direct, deep impact on the human services sector in DuPage County and to serve as a key resource and thought leader. This position offers a competitive salary with solid benefits. All inquiries will be held in strict confidence. It is the policy of the Federation to select, train, and promote employees based on their ability and job performance and to provide equal opportunities in all aspects of employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity, national origin, citizenship, age, disability, sexual orientation, genetic information, or any other protected characteristic. It is the Federation’s policy to maintain a work environment free of harassment and intimidation and to comply with the letter and spirit of all local, state, and federal laws concerning equal employment opportunity. As part of its commitment to equal employment opportunity, it is the policy of the Federation to make reasonable accommodations for applicants and employees with known disabilities who can perform the essential functions of the job with or without such accommodations. Applicants and employees requiring a reasonable accommodation should notify the Operations Manager. Specific Requirements Include: • A minimum of eight years of progressive experience in leadership and management, with documented ability to manage staff and lead teams. • Strong experience working directly with an engaged Board of Directors and advisory groups. Ability to assist Board members in understanding and appreciating their roles and responsibilities. • Proven success developing and growing revenues from diverse funding sources, including social enterprise/earned income, grants, and government contracts. • Demonstrated ability to build strong relationships with a variety of community stakeholders including local and state government officials, donors, public leadership, partner organizations, and other external parties. • Thorough knowledge of human service resources available both locally and at the state-level. Professional background in human services is beneficial. • Career track record that shows stability with an organization and capacity to develop and nurture relationships culminating in overall success. • Bachelor’s degree in a related field required; advanced degree and/or credentialing highly preferred. • Knowledge of DuPage County and the diverse aspects of the community would be helpful but is not required. Candidates who are deeply engaged in their local communities are encouraged to apply.||TO APPLY, PLEASE apply at this link: http://bit.ly/DuPageFED To assure confidential tracking of all applicants, no applications will be accepted via email. This search is being managed by Heather A. Eddy, President and CEO, Sue Bultman, Senior Consultant, and Alison Lewin, Project Manager of KEES. Questions may be addressed to Alison Lewin at firstname.lastname@example.org. KEES is a retained search and consulting firm dedicated to building transformative teams and leaders in the nonprofit and public sectors. For more information please visit: http://www.kees2success.com The DuPage Federation on Human Services Reform is a nonprofit planning and change management organization that has been intimately involved in the development of the health care safety net and has helped expand the health and human services system to better meet the needs of the area’s changing population. The Federation is a key convener of diverse human services agencies serving the population of DuPage County and leverages the power of that community to address human services systems issues in the County. The Federation’s current programs include: Community Planning (to identify emerging issues and establish coalitions to address issues), Language Access Resource Center (LARC – interpreter/translation services, among others.), Public Benefits (training programs to help advocates better understand public benefits), and a variety of training programs. For more information please visit: https://www.dupagefederation.org||Greater Chicago (DuPage County)||DuPage Federation||http://bit.ly/DuPageFED
|5004654||10/11/2018||10/11/2018||12/11/2018||Executive Director||Family Service of Chester County (FSCC) is a nonprofit counseling and human service agency. Founded in 1947, FSCC provides counseling and specialized support programs to families and individuals of all ages, backgrounds and income levels. The programs confront Chester County’s most pressing contemporary issues facing residents, including: behavioral health concerns, child abuse, families in transition, HIV/AIDS management and prevention, homelessness and housing insecurity, and meaningful engagement of community volunteers in supporting neighbors in need. Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director is vested with the authority and responsibility to develop, administer, and monitor all program activities of the agency in accordance with its stated purpose and within the general policies. The Executive Director provides leadership and direction to Agency staff members; conducts the affairs of the Agency, interpreting and applying policies and managing the operations of the Agency and the activities of its staff members; participates in local, regional and national Family Service committees and activities which promote the organization and its mission. The Executive Director serves as the principal professional resource to the Board of Directors. Qualified candidates will have a minimum of ten (10) years of relevant experience in successful direct service and increasing supervisory and administrative responsibility in nonprofit or governmental human service organizations. The qualified candidate must have a commitment to agency-centered practice, the value of staff development, the improvement of health and social service programs in the larger community, and to inter-agency cooperation in meeting the needs of families and individuals in Chester County. Must possess organizational and supervisory skills that will motivate and inspire staff while setting high expectations and professional direction. Strong interpersonal skills, superior communication skills and some experience with fundraising are essential. Master’s degree in social work or human services related field required. Willing and able to travel regionally.||Qualified candidates may send resume and salary history to: Marie O’Riordan Lambert & Associates email@example.com||West Chester, PA||Family Service of Chester County||http://lambertassoc.com
|5057844||10/9/2018||10/10/2018||12/10/2018||Executive Director||KEES has been exclusively retained by The DuPage Federation on Human Services Reform (The Federation) in its search for a new Executive Director.
The DuPage Federation on Human Services Reform (The Federation), founded in 1995, is a nonprofit planning and change management organization that has been intimately involved in the development of the health care safety net and has helped expand the health and human services system to better meet the needs of the county’s changing population.
The Federation is seeking an accomplished and innovative Executive Director to steer the organization into the next level of community leadership and pursue a new strategic plan to ensure that the programs remain vibrant, relevant, and that the core value of collaboration continues to meet the community need. The next Executive Director of the Federation will partner with the Board of Directors, Council of Community Leaders, local civic and community leaders, funders and other external stakeholders to develop a clear vision and mission for the organization’s next decade. The breadth and depth of the service geography, program scope, public advocacy, and funding strategy are just a sample of the key questions awaiting the next Executive Director and their team. This is an opportunity for a passionate, dedicated professional to have a direct, deep impact on the human services sector in DuPage County and to serve as a key resource and thought leader.
This position offers a competitive salary with solid benefits. All inquiries will be held in strict confidence.
It is the policy of the Federation to select, train, and promote employees based on their ability and job performance and to provide equal opportunities in all aspects of employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity, national origin, citizenship, age, disability, sexual orientation, genetic information, or any other protected characteristic. It is the Federation’s policy to maintain a work environment free of harassment and intimidation and to comply with the letter and spirit of all local, state, and federal laws concerning equal employment opportunity.
As part of its commitment to equal employment opportunity, it is the policy of the Federation to make reasonable accommodations for applicants and employees with known disabilities who can perform the essential functions of the job with or without such accommodations. Applicants and employees requiring a reasonable accommodation should notify the Operations Manager.
Specific Requirements Include:
• A minimum of eight years of progressive experience in leadership and management, with documented ability to manage staff and lead teams.
• Strong experience working directly with an engaged Board of Directors and advisory-like groups. Ability to assist Board members in understanding and appreciating their roles and responsibilities.
• Proven success developing and growing revenues from diverse funding sources, including social enterprise/earned income, grants, and government contracts.
• Demonstrated ability to build strong relationships with a variety of community stakeholders including local and state government officials, donors, public leadership, partner organizations, and other external parties.
• Thorough knowledge of human service resources available both locally and at the state-level. Professional background in human services is beneficial.
• Career track record that shows stability with an organization and capacity to develop and nurture relationships culminating in overall success.
• Bachelor’s degree in a related field required; advanced degree and/or credentialing highly preferred.
• Knowledge of DuPage County and the diverse aspects of the community would be helpful but is not required. Candidates who are deeply engaged in their local communities are encouraged to apply.
TO APPLY, PLEASE apply at this link: http://bit.ly/DuPageFED
To assure confidential tracking of all applicants, no applications will be accepted via email.
This search is being managed by Heather A. Eddy, President and CEO, Sue Bultman, Senior Consultant, and Alison Lewin, Project Manager of KEES. Questions may be addressed to Alison Lewin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
KEES is a retained search and consulting firm dedicated to building transformative teams and leaders in the nonprofit and public sectors. For more information please visit: http://www.kees2success.com
The DuPage Federation on Human Services Reform is a nonprofit planning and change management organization that has been intimately involved in the development of the health care safety net and has helped expand the health and human services system to better meet the needs of the area’s changing population. The Federation is a key convener of diverse human services agencies serving the population of DuPage County and leverages the power of that community to address human services systems issues in the County. The Federation’s current programs include: Community Planning (to identify emerging issues and establish coalitions to address issues), Language Access Resource Center (LARC – interpreter/translation services, among others.), Public Benefits (training programs to help advocates better understand public benefits), and a variety of training programs. For more information please visit: https://www.dupagefederation.org||TO APPLY, PLEASE apply at this link: http://bit.ly/DuPageFED||Chicago, Suburbs||DuPage Federation||http://bit.ly/DuPageFED
|5004654||10/5/2018||10/5/2018||12/5/2018||House Parent||We are accepting applications for dedicated, energetic House Parents for our childcare teams! House Parents serve as role models and have all of the responsibilites of a parent in helping to meet the physical, emotional and social needs of the youth in their care.
Couples: Please be sure that two separate applications are submitted for each applicant for House Parent Couples.||https://www.calfarley.org/employment||Amarillo, TX||Cal Farley's||https://www.calfarley.org/house-parents/