Nonprofit Job Openings
Job postings are kept as up-to-date as possible. Please contact the employer if you have a question about the current availability of a job or the application deadline.
- Oshkosh Area Community Pantry: Inventory Coordinator (Posted 10/17/17)
- Fox Cities Building for the Arts, Inc: Building and Gallery Attendant (Posted 10/16/17)
- Harbor House: Weekend / Overnight Advocate (Posted 10/10/17, Application deadline 10/18/17)
- Community Foundation for the Fox Valley Region: Donor Services Manager (Posted 10/6/17, Application deadline 10/19/17)
- St. Elizabeth Hospital Foundation and the Mercy Health Foundation: Development Specialist (Posted 10/2/17, Application Deadline 10/17/17)
- Valley Packaging Industries: ESL Instructor (Posted 9/26/17, Application deadline 10/26/17)
- Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Fox Valley Region: Development Director (Posted 9/25/2017)
- CAP Services: Classroom Manager/4K Teacher in New London, WI (Posted 9/19/17)
- Boys and Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley: Youth Development Specialist (Posted 9/15/17)
- Fox Cities Performing Arts Center: Chief Finance Officer (Posted 9/5/17)
- Habitat for Humanity and Rebuilding Together: Intake Coordinator - Home Repair Programs (Posted 9/5/17)
- Lutheran Social Services of WI & Upper MI: HUD Service Coordinator (Posted 8/29/17)
- Habitat for Humanity: Marketing Director (Posted 8/28/17)
- Willow Heart Respite and Care Center: Executive Director (Posted 8/25/17)
- St. Vincent de Paul Appleton: Truck Driver (Posted 8/22/17)
- Dyslexia Reading Connection, Inc: Executive Director (Posted 8/21/17)
- Habitat for Humanity - Appleton Habitat ReStore East: Store Manager (Posted 8/17/2017)
- Habitat for Humanity - Appleton Habitat ReStore : Store Associate (Posted 7/27/17)
- Habitat for Humanity ReStore: Donations Coordinator (Posted 7/21/17)
- Lutheran Social Services of WI & Upper MI: Mental Health Specialist (Posted 7/7/17)
- Boys & Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley: Director of Finance (Posted 7/5/17)
The Inventory Coordinator will support the overall goals of the Oshkosh Area Community Pantry through purchasing, collecting, inventorying, and distributing food. The objective of this role is to support client need, monitor food safety, pantry organization and keep appropriate inventory.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: These duties are not meant to be all-inclusive and other duties may be assigned. • Coordinate the logistics of contracted food programs: TEFAP and Direct Connect. • Purchase food in accordance with budget and need, ensure the food pickup and delivery is coordinated timely. • Create and monitor inventory space for proper food safety and storage. • Control and inspect incoming orders for food safety per contractual obligations. • Implement and maintain waste management processes and prepare for contractual inspections. • Monitor large equipment and oversee the basic maintenance of the pantry area. • Supervise and train drivers, inventory and distribution volunteers in accordance with pantry guidelines.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: • High School Diploma or its equivalent. • Three (3) or more years of experience in the field or in a related area. • Detail orientated. • Strong verbal and written communications skills. • Proficiency with various web-based software applications including Microsoft Office Word, Excel, PowerPoint, SharePoint, etc. • Valid Driver’s License. • Ability to travel 10%. • Ability to lift up to 100 pounds
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: • Experience working for a non-profit • Training and supervising volunteers • Food safety • Tow motor experience • Driving Freightliner – no CDL required.
CORE COMPETENCIES: • Internal Contacts: Contact with peers and others involving explanation of information (these contacts may be within or outside department or division), and the gathering of factual information; may include the communication of sensitive or confidential information. • External Contacts: Frequent external contact to: gather information, answer queries, or ask assistance. • Communication Skills: Read, write and comprehend simple instructions, short correspondence and memos; Read and interpret safety rules, operating/maintenance instructions and procedure manuals; Write routine reports, correspondence and speak effectively before both internal and external groups; Language: English. • Decision-Making: Regularly makes decisions involving how a project or operation will be conducted (i.e. sequence or method), and generally from an available set of alternatives or precedents. • Complexity, Judgment and Problem Solving: Generally diversified and moderately difficult work. Requires judgment in the adaptation and interpretation of established practices and procedures to meet problems and situations to which the application is not clearly defined. • Supervisory/Managerial: General instructing, scheduling, and reviewing the work of others performing the same or directly related work. Acts as “lead worker”. Job functional supervision only.
WORKING CONDITIONS: • Physical Demands: Frequent Standing, Walking/Running, Reaching, Driving, Bending/Kneeling, Hearing, Talking, Visual; Occasional Sitting; Seldom Climbing, Typing, Fine Dexterity, Manual Dexterity, Upper Extremity Repetitive Motion, Lifting/Carrying 75lbs. and Pushing/Pulling up to 100lbs. • Non-Physical Demands: Occasional Analysis/Reasoning, Communication/Interpretation, Sustained Mental Activity (i.e., auditing, problem solving, grant writing, composing reports, etc.); Seldom Math/Mental Computation, Reading, and Writing. • Environmental Demands: Frequent Task Changes; Occasional Work Alone, High Volume Public Contact, Dust, Temperature Extremes, Toxic Substances (i.e., solvents, pesticides, etc.); Seldom Tedious/Exacting Work, Loud Noises, Physical Danger. • Work Schedule: Routine shift hours. Infrequent overtime, weekend, or shift rotation. • Demands/Deadlines: Occasional stress due to deadlines or workload because of intermittent or cyclical work pressures, or occasional exposure to distressed individuals within the immediate work environment.
If interested please send cover letter and resume to Terri Green at firstname.lastname@example.org
Part-time hourly, including some evening and weekend hours. Average of 20 hours per week, with some variation between exhibits and during special events.
POSITION SUMMARY: The Building and Gallery Attendant monitors activity in the museum gallery, interacts with visitors to provide information and communicate gallery guidelines and policies, and assists with building security, maintenance, and housekeeping needs. This position requires good customer service skills, attention to detail, and the ability to follow direction.
KEY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBLITIES: • Welcome visitors and familiarize them with the facility, current exhibitions, upcoming programs & events, and benefits of membership. • Observe visitors in the gallery in order to protect the artwork. • Conduct rounds throughout the building to ensure building security and cleanliness. • Provide staff support to the Visitors Service Associate, including handling financial transactions at the front desk and answering phones. • Maintain the appearance of the gallery and information areas. • Assist with office administrative duties as required • Assist at events in a variety of capacities including: help set up events, guides checking-in process, handles transactions, helps tear down and clean up after events • Assist with special projects and other duties as required
QUALIFICATIONS: • Excellent customer service skills • Strong oral communication skills • Excellent attention to detail • Ability to lift and move items of up to 50 lbs.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees assigned to this position description. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required.
We are seeking energetic, self-starter who enjoys working with and appreciates people of diverse backgrounds to work in a team atmosphere providing support and advocacy to domestic violence victims and their children. This is a great opportunity for students going into helping professions. Survivors of domestic violence encouraged to apply.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES: • Spend one on one time with survivors of domestic violence offering education, support and networking options with other survivors. • Provide information to enhance survivor’s collaborative problem solving. • Provide helpline coverage, information, and referrals to survivors. • Take arrest calls, maintain arrest log and provide legal advocacy as needed. • Assist House Manager with shelter maintenance and upkeep. • Maintain safety of shelter and its residents. • Coordinate and process donations as needed.
COMPETENCIES: • Ability to relate to people from diverse backgrounds. • Ability to work well with survivors and their children. • Ability to handle crises appropriately and to communicate effectively with others. • Ability to problem solve timely and efficiently.
EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS: • Basic knowledge of domestic abuse issues and the impact on victims and their children. • Ability to lift 30 lbs. • Basic knowledge of computers. Position Title: Weekend / Overnight Advocate. Part time: Some evenings, weekends and holidays.
Send resume and cover letter by October 18, 2017 to Search Committee at: HR@harborhousewi.org
Harbor House Domestic Abuse Programs is an Equal Opportunity Employer and will not discriminate against or give preference to any person because of race, color, religion, age, sex, national ancestry, ability, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status or arrest or conviction record, or any other discriminatory basis prohibited by state or federal law. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, Harbor House Domestic Abuse Programs will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective employees and incumbents to discuss potential accommodations with the employer.
Harbor House is committed to building a culturally diverse staff and strongly encourages applications from minority candidates and survivors of domestic violence.
We have an opening on our team for a Donor Services Manager. This person will work with our donors to assure that their goals for charitable giving are achieved and to keep them informed of opportunities for giving that advance their goals. We will be placing a higher priority on candidates with development and gift planning knowledge and experience. View the job description here.
Initial submissions will be screened on Oct. 19. Please send resumes to VP Finance and Administration Terri Towle at email@example.com.
The St. Elizabeth Hospital Foundation and the Mercy Health Foundation is seeking a Development Specialist to plan and lead all annual giving through the NE Wisconsin region of Ascension Wisconsin. This well connected development professional, who will work between St. Elizabeth Hospital Foundation office in Appleton and the Mercy Health Foundation office in Oshkosh, will lead planning and execution of key fundraising events, appeals, associate giving campaign, and stewardship (newsletters, website, etc.). The Development Specialist will be part of a dynamic, committed and growing team and will have support from the Foundation Coordinator to implement annual giving. Be part of our growing health ministry!
HERE is the link to the online posting that will be live through October 17th. Apply today or share with others you know that may be interested!
Valley Packaging Industries, Inc. a local non-profit is looking for a part-time ESL Instructor to join our team. The ESL Instructor will be responsible for providing ELL classroom instruction to program participants of diverse cultural backgrounds. Helps students increase their level of English proficiency throughout the program. Communicates relevant issues and progress to ELP Coordinator. Performs other duties as required.
Responsible for the preparation of daily lesson plans which address basic English, workplace literacy, health and safety, sample job applications and mock interviews. Utilizes and delivers lesson plans and knowledge to prepare ELP participants for success in the community and towards seeking community employment. Facilitates progress of students in the classroom by measuring written and verbal skills with appropriate written and verbal evaluations. Advocates for the needs of the program to address classroom and production concerns. Coordinates services with production staff to communicate workplace literacy and health and safety training. Attends training as needed to maintain professional development.
Hours of work are Monday-Thursday from 7:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. for a total of 14 hours a week. Starting pay is based upon experience and education.
If interested please send cover letter and resume to Shannon Porter at firstname.lastname@example.org Application deadline is 10/26/2017.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Fox Valley Region is committed to providing children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported, 1-1 relationships that change their lives for the better, forever. Under the supervision of the Executive Director, the Development Director (DD) is responsible for employing the BBBS case for support in order to develop, implement, and manage a comprehensive development program that addresses individual, corporate (non-event) and grant/foundation funding and designed to provide for BBBS’ growth and expansion. The DD must work closely with the Executive Director and Events/Marketing Coordinator for fulfillment of fundraising responsibilities. As a member of the BBBS Leadership Team, this position is also responsible for supporting and directly contributing to the organization’s strategic development and for building a culture of collaborative leadership.
• Develop, implement, and manage a comprehensive development program (short and long term strategic design) that addresses individual, corporate (non-event) and grant/foundation funding. ~ Establish annual fundraising goals. ~ Initiate, cultivate, solicit and steward donor relationships (individual and corporate). ~ Document and track all donations and donor relations in donor database. ~ Develop and manage a program to identify prospects for major gifts and grants from various sources. Cultivate and foster donor relationships and develop a program of donor recognition.
• Develop and implement an annual program of cultivation and stewardship activities and events designed to establish and maintain funding opportunities and establish new promising relationships. • Collaborate with Executive Director to successfully manage and secure foundation grants, including research and identification of new foundation opportunities. • Collaborate with board of directors to understand, implement, and achieve fundraising goals. • Develop, in conjunction with the ED and the Board, policies and related procedures regarding gift acceptance and management of philanthropic funds. • Assist in the development of annual fundraising budgets. • Serve as staff liaison for Board Fund Development committee. • Provide positive leadership and direction in the creation and establishment of the BBBS development vision and in the establishment of short and long-term goals and strategies necessary to accomplish the vision.
HOW TO SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION: Please email, as a single PDF document, including a cover letter, CV or resume, and names and contact information for three professional references (will not be contacted without your prior knowledge and permission) to email@example.com (Reference: Development Director).
This position is responsible for implementing all aspects of the Head Start educational programming, including lesson planning, assessment, screening, home visits, and conferences.
BS/BA in Early Childhood or in a related field or an advanced degree in a field related to early childhood education with a current WI DPI license #770-70 (Pre K -3) or #777-71 (PreK-6) and one year teaching experience in a preschool classroom is required.
$16.84-$18.34 per hour depending on experience. Full time 37.5 hours per week, school year with summer layoff. Benefits are included. Position will remain open until filled.
To apply, email resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org .
Part-Time positions open in various Fox Valley Boys & Girls Clubs If you are looking for a rewarding, challenging, and inspiring opportunity to make a difference, then the Boys & Girls Clubs may be the place for you! Join an amazing team of caring, supportive people working hard and having fun while giving young people in our communities the opportunities and support they need to reach their full potential.
Primary Function :The Youth Development Program Specialist will be responsible for assisting with planning, implementing, supervising and evaluating activities in a variety of areas, such as academic, computer lab, arts and crafts, physical education, good character and Citizenship, and health and wellness.
Responsibilities :• Ensure programs, services and activities that prepare youth for success, promoting safety of members and quality in program at all times. Provide guidance and role modeling to members. • Responsible for coordinating, promoting, and stimulating participation in programs at the Club. • Ensure a healthy and safe environment, supervising members in program area. • Effectively implement and administer programs, services and activities for drop-in members and visitors. • Prepare periodic activity reports. • Assist with daily activities • Prior to its start, will ensure all equipment needed for programs/activities is gathered and in working order. • Actively engage Club members in programs and activities and encourage participation by all members. • Record participation numbers for all programs/activities facilitated.
Skills and Knowledge Required : • A High School Diploma or equivalent. • A thorough knowledge of Boys & Girls Club of the Fox Valley mission, objectives, policies, programs and procedures. • College or teaching experience preferred • Knowledge of youth development • Ability to manage multiple tasks and to develop solutions to problems with limited supervision. • Ability and desire to work with youth ages 6-18 in a variety of environments, including small group and large group settings • Ability to motivate youth and manage behavior problems. • Must possess excellent verbal and written skills. • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with all Club personnel, Board of Directors and Club parents.
To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume to Bev Grabow at email@example.com
Equal Employment Opportunity Statement The Boys & Girls Club of the Fox Valley provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics and complies with applicable federal, state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment.
The Fox Cities Performing Arts Center (Center) is an inclusive gathering place where we are inspired to build a strong, engaged community through the arts. The Center presents a variety of world-class live performing arts from touring Broadway to musicians, dancers and actors from around the world providing an opportunity to see beyond our immediate world and deepen our connections as human beings. As a member of the senior leadership team and officer of the Fox Cities Performing Arts Center, you will help build a positive working environment as well as inspire, transform and build our community through exceptional live experiences. You are responsible for the oversight of information technology and all finance including payroll and benefits.
PRIMARY FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES: The following are the primary/essential functions of the position, and are not all-inclusive.
- Advise the president and senior management on financial forecasting, budgeting, cash flow, investment priorities, capital replacement, bond compliance and policy matters.
- Serve as the staff chair to the finance and budget committee and technology committee, effectively communicate, and present important financial matters at Board of Directors and Executive Committee meetings.
- Establish and monitor Center’s investment strategies and policies in accordance with objectives set by the finance committee.
- Contribute to the development of the Center’s strategic goals and objectives as well as the overall management of the organization.
- Participate in program-related conversations with a focus on the Center’s risk exposure related to budget and contract impact.
- Represent the organization at Center events and externally as necessary particularly with donors and in banking, legal, insurance and other financial matters.
- Work collaboratively with the senior leadership team to maintain a positive, supportive work culture focused on the Center’s mission, vision and values.
- Oversee all company accounting practices, preparing budgets, financial reports, tax and audit functions in compliance with all applicable accounting standards and best practices with respect to accounting for nonprofits.
- Supervise cash, investment and debt management.
- Study, analyze and report trends, opportunities for expansion and projection of future organization growth.
- Estimate long-range capital requirements.
- Responsible for contracts and insurance administration.
- Insure regulatory compliance in the area of personnel management, particularly as it relates to labor laws, insurance and company policy.
- Design, implement and maintain internal controls relevant to the preparation and fair presentation of the financial statements.
- Supervise department staff.
- In collaboration with the Center’s president and third party HR partner, oversee human resource benefit management and HR policies and procedure development and compliance.
- Assist in all internal investigations.
- Complete, compile and provide analysis of salary and benefit benchmarking and best practices.
- Provide direction and oversight to the information technology systems of the Center in conjunction with the Technology Committee to assure state of the art computer and communications tools to support high quality performance, program and operations.
- Work with IT team to identify and properly scope individual technology projects from design initiation, monitoring and completion.
- Work with technology team to anticipate, solve and appropriately communicate potential problems affecting feasibility, budgets and schedules.
- Supervise departmental staff.
Minimum Qualifications: Degree in accounting or related field. Minimum of ten years experience in accounting or finance, and three years executive leadership. Nonprofit experience and CPA preferred.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
- Ability to operate as an effective tactical, analytical and strategic thinker.
- Knowledge of nonprofit finance, accounting, tax, budgeting and cost control principles including Generally Accepted Accounting Principles.
- Ability to maintain accurate records in accordance with established procedures, and federal and state financial regulations. Including an understanding of IRS form 990.
- Ability to analyze financial data and prepare financial reports, statements and projections.
- Knowledge of automated financial and accounting reporting systems.
- Working knowledge of short and long-term budgeting and forecasting and product-line profitability analysis.
- Exceptional written, oral, interpersonal and presentation skills and the ability to effectively interface with senior leadership, Board of Directors and staff.
- Excellent judgment and creative problem solving skills including negotiation and conflict resolution skills.
- Ability to create and sustain a team-based approach to staffing, work plans, project development and implementation.
- Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with vendors and contractors.
- Ability to accurately work under pressure and meet deadlines.
To Apply: Send resume, salary requirements and three references to: Fox Cities Performing Arts Center, Attn: HR, 400 W. College Ave, Appleton, WI 54911 or via fax (920) 730-3784 or via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. We encourage applications from individuals who will help us create a more diverse and accepting culture. The Fox Cities Performing Arts Center is an equal opportunity employer.
Background: Through a newly established strategic alliance, Rebuilding Together and Habitat for Humanity are working together to serve low income homeowners through their respective home repair programs. With the Intake Coordinator position, low income homeowners can inquire about and apply for home repairs with a single point of contact for both organizations. Qualifying projects will be completed by either Rebuilding Together, Habitat for Humanity, or a combination of both organizations.
Summary: The Intake Coordinator is responsible for coordinating and administering the intake and application process for the Home Repair programs offered through Greater Fox Cities Area Habitat for Humanity and Rebuilding Together Fox Valley. The Intake Coordinator acts as the single point of entry for both organization’s home repair services.
Responsibilities:• Respond to inquiries regarding the home repair programs in a professional, knowledgeable and compassionate manner. • Guide homeowners through the application process, addressing questions and concerns in a timely and professional manner, and connecting them with other community resources as needed. • Accurately and consistently collect, document and organize inquiry, application and referral information. • Collaborate with staff of both organizations and other housing service providers on outreach to homeowners to secure applications for services and connect residents to the options that best meet their needs. • Initiate and maintain strong communication with both organizations regarding program updates and any related situations that may arise. • Develop and maintain up-to-date knowledge about both organizations to effectively assess homeowner qualifications and fit, and about loan and funding qualifications of each organization respectively. • Develop and maintain up-to-date knowledge on lending regulations and implement them to remain compliant. • Work closely with Home Assessment staff to communicate with residents about progress on their applications. • Assist in the review and development of efficient and effective home repair application processes and procedures, making recommendations based on experience and identified needs.
Schedule: Full time, flexible schedule with the expectation of work on some weekends and evenings.
Qualifications: • Knowledge and understanding of affordable housing issues, and associated services. • Bachelor’s degree in human services field and at least 3 years’ experience in affordable housing, community engagement, outreach and case management, or equivalent combination. • Knowledge of home mortgage and lending regulations is preferred. • Upbeat, positive, outgoing, personable and able to relate well and develop relationships with diverse populations and age groups. • Well-developed organizational skills, attention to detail, and ability to prioritize, coordinate work flow and effectively communicate progress. • Superior oral, written, presentation and interpersonal skills. • Self-starter and able to work independently without supervision, while functioning effectively in a team environment. • Proficiency in MS office and database applications is preferred.• Ability to handle confidential information appropriately. • Treat others in a nondiscriminatory, lawful and ethical manner, respecting the differences among people and the value they bring to Rebuilding Together and Habitat for Humanity. • Possess a valid driver’s license.
Greater Fox Cities Area Habitat for Humanity and Rebuilding Together Fox Valley are Equal Employment Opportunity employers. Applicants are considered without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or other protected status.
To apply, please send your resume, cover letter, salary history and references to email@example.com and reference Home Repair Intake Coordinator.
The Service Coordinator - HUD provides information & referrals to community connections to tenants following guidelines, as defined in the HUD Housing Handbook Section 202, who need supportive community services to maintain self-sufficiency.
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. •Provide general informal case management, including intake, and referral services to all tenants needing such assistance when from case management is not available. •Assessment of health, psychological and social needs. Development of an individually tailored case plan for services and periodic reassessment of the tenant’s situation. •Establishes linkages with all agencies and service providers in the community: shops around to determine/develop the best “deals” in service pricing to assure individualized, flexible and creative services for the involved tenant(s). •Sets up a directory of providers for use by both project staff and tenants. •Refers and links the tenants of the project to service providers in the general community; these are for example, case management, personal assistance, homemaker, meals on wheels, transportation, counseling, occasional visiting nurse, preventative health screening/wellness and legal advocacy. •Educates tenants on service availability, application procedures, client rights, etc. providing advocacy as appropriate. •May develop case plans in coordination with assessment services in community. •Monitors the ongoing provision of services from community agencies and keeps the case management and provider agency current with the progress of the individual. •May set up volunteer support programs with service organization in the community. •Helps other tenants build informal support networks with other residents, family and friends. •May provide training to project tenants in the obligation of tenancy or coordinate such training. •May educate other staff on the management team on issues relating to aging in place and service coordination, to help them better work with and assist the tenants. •Presents workshops or informative sessions to tenants on subject of tenant interest. •Demonstrate the ability to work with tenants, the agency and the community in a positive manner as well as the ability to work independently.
To apply, send cover letter and resume to Kenisha Cockfield at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Marketing Coordinator is responsible for implementing the organization’s messaging, and marketing strategies to support the organization’s donor, volunteer and family recruitment efforts.
Responsibilities: Writing, publications and web presence - • Write text for and design publications such as print newsletters, annual reports, brochures, e-newsletters, etc • Work with professional printers, designers and other services to ensure quality print materials, signage, t-shirts, photo books and other donor stewardship needs • Maintain the organization’s web presence and social media platforms • Coordinate the delivery of e-newsletters to various audiences, ensuring consistent, accurate and engaging content and visual appeal • Compose short, compelling stories to engage supporters • Provide family story component for grant applications
Branding, messaging and advocacy: • Oversee the affiliate’s and ReStore’s usage of the HFH brand(s) and logo(s) • Maintain exhibits, materials and provide annual training to support Habitat’s Speakers Bureau. • Educate staff, volunteers and the community on affordable housing issues • Act as Habitat’s Advocacy Ambassador
Media and event coordination: • Plan and manage logistics of fundraising, recruitment and general awareness events • Plan and manage logistics of home dedications • Promote all events to increase awareness and participation • Coordinate the photography and videography of HFH and ReStore events and activities • Work with contracted marketing/PR firm and as Habitat’s media contact when appropriate .
Other: • Coordinate and participate in Outreach Committee activities. • Promote Fox Cities Habitat’s global partnership.
Qualifications: • Demonstrated ability to write compelling and newsworthy stories, articles and other content. • Excellent oral communication skills, organization and time management skills • Ability to manage multiple projects at one time, work independently as well as part of a team • Ability to work respectfully, courteously and with a positive attitude when dealing with volunteers, staff, family and community partners. • Experience with website maintenance, electronic newsletter development and social media platforms • Bachelor’s Degree, preferably in marketing, public relations, communications, or journalism.
Executive Director/President - (1/2 time position) Direct the day to day functions of a comprehensive assisted living community in accordance with current Federal, State, and local standards, guidelines, and regulations. You will lead the management team to insure that the highest level of quality care is provided to our clients. A successful ED will have a philosophy that promotes the development of strong relationships and inspires the trust of clients and staff, while at the same time the skills to maintain budgets, the census, and adequate staff.
Required skills: Excellent verbal and written communication skills, ability to make independent decisions when circumstances warrant and deal tactfully with both internal and external customers, knowledgeable of laws, regulations, and guidelines pertaining to assisted living administration, understands financial records and reports. Plans, organizes, interprets and implements the organizations programs, goals, and objectives necessary to provide quality care and maintain a sound operation.
A Bachelor's degree in health care administration, public health administration, business administration or substantial experience in the field with a proven track record. Minimum of 3 years experience in supervisory capacity in an assisted living community, respite care, or long term care facility.
Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume, including salary requirements to email@example.com (Willow Heart Board President).
The Truck Driver is responsible for the coordination of the pick-up and delivery of furniture and miscellaneous items from donors, maintaining a clean, safe, and pleasant work site, and implementing St. Vincent de Paul’s mission, under the direct supervision of the Logistics Manager.
Job Responsibilities: •Responsible for operation of the truck is held by the driver assigned on a given day. •Inspect trucks each morning. •Follow regular work procedures each day. •Partner with Furniture Lead to help organize furniture in furniture area from daily pickups at beginning and ending of each shift. •Properly unload merchandise into appropriate storage containers. •Assist in recycling efforts. •Partner with Donation Center Lead (DCL) to reduce inventory levels in specific departments. •Represent SVdP in a positive manner by providing exceptional customer service. •Maintain quality service by enforcing organization policies. •Complete all job duties in a safe manner. •Assume additional responsibilities as needed.
To apply, please send resume and cover letter to Becca Merklein at firstname.lastname@example.org
Dyslexia Reading Connection, Inc. (DRC), a thriving 501(c)(3) corporation, is seeking a dynamic individual to lead the organization. DRC is the largest organization dealing with issues and instruction specifically related to dyslexia in northeast Wisconsin.
Primary Responsibilities: Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director is responsible for planning, implementing and evaluating the dyslexia programs at Dyslexia Reading Connection, Inc. (DRC). The role of the Executive Director (“Director”) involves leadership, management, and business development functions, and is responsible for assessing and leading the growth of the organization to meet current and future needs. The Director shall devote her/his full business time and attention to the performance of her/his duties, and is designated as the full-time program administrator. The Director oversees the day-to-day operations of DRC and plans for a safe and secure environment, conducive to remedial instruction.
Specific Responsibilities: A. Personnel Management; 1. Recruit, select, and supervise training of DRC staff. 2. Oversee systems for supervision, retention, professional development, and evaluation of staff that promote excellence in tutoring. 3. Work cooperatively with contracted services, i.e. custodial, maintenance, etc. 4. Oversee the administration of the payroll. B. Programming: 1 Plan and implement a curriculum based on best practices for dyslexia intervention. 2 Evaluate outcomes of different curricular approaches. 3. Ensure that all instruction is being executed with fidelity. 4. Maintain a clean, safe, comfortable and stimulating environment. C. Fiscal Duties: 1. Administer an annual budget. 2.Supervise the business operations of DRC. 3. Work with the Board to establish the tuition and miscellaneous fees. 4. Set priorities for resource allocations. D. Fund Development: 1. Prepare a fund development plan on a yearly basis. 2. Work with the Board to implement a feasible schedule of fees and tuition. 3. Prepare and submit all grant documents/applications to targeted funders on an annual basis. 4. Oversee, organize and work with the Board or designated committee of the Board on all fundraising activities. 5. Cultivate new and existing donor base through engagement, solicitation, and stewardship. 6. Plan, schedule and attend donor cultivations activities. 7. Use external presence and relationships to garner new opportunities. 8. Work with Board or designated committee for the recruitment of Board members to broaden donor/community support. E. Marketing: 1. Maintain positive community contacts and a positive image of DRC. 2. Engage in public speaking to increase awareness about dyslexia and to educate the schools and greater community. 3. Actively promote DRC through the media. 4.Maintain a positive and engaging internet presence, including the organization’s website and Facebook page. 5.Develop, prepare, and/or update all publications, i.e. Parent Handbook, employee handbook. 6.Serve as a model site for high quality tutoring and education in the community. F. Family Contacts: 1. Meet with prospective families, register children, and inform new families of DRC policies, procedures, practices, curriculum, schedules, and fees. 2. Develop a positive and friendly working relationship with all families and encourage parent’s involvement in various facets of program operation. 3.Communicate with families to keep them informed of their student’s progress and/or difficulties. 4.Conduct parent education program. G.Space and Equipment: 1. Insure that the physical facility is well organized and equipped to foster strong relationships, comfort, health, safety and learning. 2. Arrange for custodial care and maintenance of the facility as needed. H. General: 1. Act as a team member of DRC in the development and implementation of annual goals, budget development, and problem solving. 2. Seek professional growth and development to expand background in dyslexia remediation. 3. Effectively communicate with all constituents of DRC.
Qualifications: 1. Bachelor’s degree (minimum) 2. 3 years related experience in a nonprofit environment 3. Ability to engage with the Board, staff, donors, and clients 4. Solid, hands-on, budget management skills, including budget preparation, analysis, decision-making and reporting 5. Transparent and high integrity leadership 6. Strong organizational abilities including planning, delegating, program development and task facilitation 7. Ability to convey a vision of DRC’s strategic future to staff, board, volunteers and donors 8. Knowledge of and experience with fundraising strategies and donor cultivation 9.Skills to collaborate with and motivate board members and other volunteers 10.Strong written and oral communication skills 11.Ability to interface and engage diverse volunteer and donor groups 12.Demonstrated ability to oversee and collaborate with staff and partner agencies 13.Strong public speaking ability .
To apply, please send resume and cover letter to Peter Ducklow at email@example.com
Join the awesome team of volunteers and staff at the Habitat for Humanity ReStore East side location. The Habitat ReStore is a unique retail outlet that sells donated new and used building materials at very low prices – keeping usable materials out of the landfills and directing all profits to Habitat for Humanity to support its mission of building homes, communities and hope in the Fox Cites.
The Store Manager is responsible for managing the day-to-day operations the ReStore, developing a strong, cohesive and inclusive management team, and ensuring a safe and exceptional environment for volunteers, donors, shoppers and staff.
At least 5 years retail management and direct sales experience is required, volunteer management experience and proven ability to lead and develop teams are critical. Full time salaried position, 40+ hours per week with varying shifts. See www.AppletonReStore.org for the full job description.
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The Appleton Habitat ReStore is a unique retail store with a mission! We sell new and gently used home improvement materials to the public at discounted prices. All proceeds from the ReStore benefit Habitat for Humanity’s affordable housing programs.
The Store Associate will work at Appleton’s Habitat ReStore on East College Avenue, maintaining the back room, sales floor and common areas, ensuring a clean, safe and organized work environment and monitoring in-coming donations. The Store Associate will work closely with our wonderful group of volunteers and the generous community members who donate their building materials to the ReStore.
If you enjoy working in a retail/warehouse environment, have a good driving record, and love to work side-by-side with volunteers and donors, this is the job for you! The work hours will vary based on the donation flow into the ReStore, typically averaging 20 hours/week, Monday – Saturday.
Habitat ReStore Job Opportunity! Join the awesome team of volunteers and staff at the Habitat for Humanity ReStore – a unique retail outlet that sells donated new and used building materials at very low prices – keeping usable materials out of the landfills and providing all of our profits to support the Greater Fox Cities Area Habitat for Humanity.
The Donations Coordinator arranges incoming donation requests for the Habitat ReStore, schedules donation pick-ups, and manages ReStore donor records. Part time/25 hours per week typically between Monday – Saturday. Previous sales and customer service experience and working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite are required.
Lutheran Social Services of WI & Upper MI is currently seeking Mental Health Specialists to join our team. Mental Health Specialist work with individuals in crisis with chronic mental health and/or substance abuse issues in 8-bed community based residential facilities for men and women. There are currently a variety of positions open, full-time and part-time, 2nd or 3rd shift primarily. Opportunities at 30 hours per week or more are benefit eligible.
Mental Health Specialists, under supervision, perform work involving the recovery, support and advocacy for individuals with severe and persistent mental illness.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities: •De-escalates crisis situations using non-restrictive techniques •Provides support to individuals, advocates and assesses problems and establishes a recovery focused environment within the individual’s home, group living or community. •Establishes and maintains confidential files and records and may be responsible for tracking and reporting on various statistics and demographics. •Identifies emergencies and responds appropriately •Works as part of a community treatment team, including internal and external stakeholders •May facilitate supports groups with an emphasis on recovery and strength based techniques • Transports and escort clients to meetings, services, appointments and other activities •Attends staff meetings and participates in training activities as required •Participates in community advocacy for individuals with mental illness •Assists with medication administration to ensure compliance with prescribed dosages and timeframes.
EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE: A High School Diploma or GED Equivalency is required for the position. Related experience or credits toward a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college in social work, human services, psychology or similar major is required. One year of work experience in crisis or mental health preferred.
CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS: Must have a valid Driver’s License and car – Motor vehicle check (MVR) with a satisfactory driving record required. TRAVEL: Ability to travel on day trips (mostly locally) as required up to 25-50%, depending on specific role.
Discover what makes Lutheran Social Services a great place that helps improve the quality of peoples’ lives – one grace-filled life at a time. We want you! Apply today at www.lsswis.org/LSS/Careers.htm to join our team. EOE/M/W/VET/DISABILITY. Application deadline - open until filled.
As a member of Boys & Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley’s Senior Leadership Team, manages all financial functions including: the annual budget; accounting and auditing; financial operations including forecasting, strategic planning, analysis and reporting; grant administration; and banking relations. Works directly with the CEO, Senior Team peers, and Boards of Directors, to establish financial strategic direction and subsequently monitor and maintain its progress.
Key Responsibilities: Leadership: • Establishes and implements policies and procedures for all financial functions, ensuring appropriate controls and compliance with generally accepted accounting practices and Boys & Girls Clubs organizational requirements both local and national. • Creates and maintains a performance-based culture in the Finance Department of accountability, transparency, collaboration and customer service. Strategic Planning: • Develops an annual income and expense in collaboration with the Chief Executive Officer and the Board of Directors that demonstrates high levels of accuracy, completeness, and utility. • Reports on organizational financial results and recommendations for necessary actions to maintain and improve the fiscal health of the Club. • Collaborates with Club leadership and supervisors to maintain, analyze, and interpret general ledger for all funds. • Manages the preparation and analysis of financial reports on a monthly and as needed basis. • Identifies and evaluates opportunities for improved financial operations, recordkeeping and reporting. Daily Operations: • Participates in the development of comprehensive, accurate and timely financial reports including but not limited to: monthly cash flow analyses, budget to actual variance analyses, financial trend analyses and recommended fiscal controls. Ensures compliance with all legal and accounting guidelines governing financial accounting and reporting. • Responsible for fiscal functions including but not limited to: annual audits, tax returns, monthly management reports and year-end financial statements, ensuring timely and accurate completion and adherence to approved budget levels. Develops, implements and enforces policies, procedures and systems to improve the overall finance and accounting operation. Ensures the confidentiality of all information pertaining to BGCFV operations. • As staff liaison, communicates, plan meetings and prepares paperwork for monthly Finance Committee meetings; biannual Board meetings and as needed. Resource Development: • Prepares the annual request for United Way funds • Preparation of grant budgets and related financial progress reports • Manages all assets and investments of the Boys & Girls Club, including real property, equities, bonds and other assets.
Additional Responsibilities: • Maintains payroll records. • Trains staff in proper procedures regarding cash receipts, accounts payable, accounts receivable, and budgeting as needed or requested. • Attend meetings of the Board of Directors, Finance Committee, and Personnel Committee in an advisory role, as requested. • Assist Unit/Program Directors/Managers in budget preparation and management, as requested.
Education and Experience: • Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in accounting, finance, or business administration. • A minimum of three years of progressively responsible work experience managing the accounting functions in a non-profit agency, or equivalent experience. • Thorough knowledge of budgeting and accounting practices, processes and procedures of non-profit organizations. • Good communication skills, both verbal and written. • Strong organization and analytical skills. • Ability to interact professionally with Club staff, Board members, volunteers, and other related agencies.
To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume to Bev Grabow at email@example.com