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Jul 18, 2018
Position Summary Do you relish a development job with many facets– maintaining exceptional donor stewardship, chatting with board members, juggling donor data in a Blackbaud system, rustling up fun auction items for an event, and more?  Do you want to be a part of a team that raises money, thinks strategically and laughs a lot?  The Development Coordinator position at the Western Center on Law & Poverty is the engine of the development team, allowing your co-workers to maximize their skills and output by creating a hyper-organized, friendly, and creative work environment.  The Coordinator provides key support for all major fundraising projects and campaigns, and has both the willingness and flexibility to work across disciplines— foundations, annual campaign and major gifts, and helps maintain a vigilant watch on donor stewardship, including protocols concerning data entry and reporting.  Breakdown of Activities:  65%   Department Administration and Project Support 35%  Foundation Support Responsibilities Office Administration –You will be ensuring that the overall department hums along– tracking calendar items, filing, coordinating and otherwise supporting all foundation activities, maintaining database information, and otherwise ensuring our processes and procedures are buttoned up. Data Analysis – You will be reviewing revenue logs and Blackbaud eTapestry records to ensure accurate information and timely donor acknowledgement, and running eTap queries and reports to track our team goals Event Coordination – You will be coordinating the administrative end of special event– sponsorships, tickets sales, mailings and logistics. Diplomacy – It's a people job! With your naturally positive demeanor you will juggle a great many projects involving a number of your colleagues, all the while remaining focused on department objectives.    What You Need A Bachelor's degree. 3+ Years of experience in nonprofit fundraising, including at least 2 years of hands-on experience with a donor database (Blackbaud systems a big plus!) Exceptional organizational skills, delight in juggling varied tasks, prioritizing and maintaining attention to detail. A “sales” or donor-oriented mindset. First-rate oral and written communication skills. Exemplary ethical standards. Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite (including Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint) and related office and design software. Polished, professional and positive demeanor. Broad-minded, placing high value on diversity of thought, backgrounds and perspectives. Commitment to social justice and the mission of Western Center.   What Western Center Offers An inspiring work environment. A high-performing, goal-oriented, and fun-loving development team. Smart, effective, tenacious and creative co-workers. Competitive salaries and terrific benefits package. Support for continued professional training and education. A great work environment, centrally located near Western and Wilshire. To Apply Please email cover letter and resume to     Western Center strives for a diverse and inclusive workforce and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer.  Western Center strongly encourages applications from persons of color, women, LGBTQ individuals, persons with disabilities, and persons from other underrepresented groups whose background may contribute to effectively representing low-income people and underserved communities.
Western Center on Law & Poverty, Inc. Los Angeles, CA, USA Development
Jul 16, 2018
POSITION: CENTER ADMINISTRATOR The Administrator at Carondelet Center is responsible for the operations of Carondelet Center within the framework of the Mission, Vision and Values of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet.  The Center serves as a residence for sisters (including the Care Center for retired sisters), and houses administrative offices.  It also serves as a community center for gatherings and events.  The Administrator reports directly to the Province Leadership Team via an assigned Member.  He/she collaborates with the Administrator of the Care Center, and serves as an integral member of the senior management team. The ideal candidate for this position will possess a demonstrable history of superior performance in a similar setting and will possess the following qualifications and qualities: QUALIFICATIONS A minimum of five years’ experience in senior management and administration of a conference or gathering center, and/or a multifaceted senior care environment is required. Understanding and appreciation for the unique needs of a faith-based, welcoming facility serving women religious is required. Demonstrated significant experience in hiring, managing, evaluating, supporting and retaining staff is required. A Bachelor’s Degree is required; a Master’s degree in nonprofit administration or management is desirable (educational requirements may be waived given sufficient specific experience). DESIRED QUALITIES Demonstrate excellence regarding integrity, dignity, respect and service in accordance with the mission, vision, and values of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet. Embody the qualities of a leader and a team player in assisting colleagues and reports, and working together with other components of the organization. Demonstrate appropriate initiative and openness to taking on additional tasks and responsibilities that improve Carondelet Center’s operations. SPECIFIC FUNCTIONS FOR THIS POSITION Oversee all of the operations of Carondelet Center and ensure that systems and operating procedures are maintained at a high level of efficiency and quality. Provide direction, support and guidance to these departments: Facility, Hospitality, Events, Food Services, HR, and Information Services. Work collaboratively with employees and residents, including working closely with the Home Care Administrator. Provide a positive work atmosphere for employees and a caring service environment for sisters, vendors, neighbors and visitors. Work with the Province Leadership Team and Mission Integration Coordinator to promote the Sisters of St. Joseph mission, values and spirit with current and future employees. Embody the welcoming and nurturing spirit of the Province and the Center. Develop long-term strategic goals and intermediate objectives to continuously improve the operations of Carondelet Center. With input from appropriate staff, develop and present an annual budget and a five-year capital budget to the Province Leadership Team for review and approval; monitor actual expenses relative to budget and provide justification for variances. Monitor the integrity and longevity of major infrastructure elements and direct the replacement, retrofit or repairs. Maintain all approved fiscal policies and procedures of the Center including prior approval of capital and operating expenditures.
SST Nonprofit Services Los Angeles, CA 90049, USA Senior Management - Director
Jul 12, 2018
If you are a positive, flexible, energetic person who is passionate about inclusion of individuals with disabilities in our society... If you are looking for something more than a job, a place to make a positive impact in the world and be part of a family of remarkable human beings, we'd love to hear from you. Job Summary:  ATOU is looking for a person with passion for inclusion of individuals with disabilities.   This position s upports the Executive Director in administration, fundraising and program related activities.  Provides additional support as necessary for the Volunteer Coordinator, Program Coordinator and Youth FORCE Coordinator.   Salary Range: 40k commensurate with experience Primary Duties and Responsibilities Administration: Provides a variety of support services to the Executive Director. Provides support in bookkeeping, record keeping, HR requirements. Provides support in promotion, media, special events, fairs, speaking engagements. Supports vehicle licensing, registration and maintenance. Supports equipment and supply acquisition and maintenance. Supports creation of monthly E-newsletters, website and annual report. Supports scheduling meetings and phone calls. Supports updating website content as appropriate. Supports board meeting preparation. Provides technical support as needed. Maintains all records, corporate, HR, financial and program, in a confidential manner. Provides support for Youth F.O.R.C.E. activities. Adheres to strategic and tactical plans Fundraising: Provides support in acquiring, nurturing and thanking donors, individuals, corporate and foundation funders. In-school Workshops: Attends workshops scheduled on weekdays with some additional weekends as needed. Serves as activity instructor and provides support for volunteer speakers. Provides transportation to volunteers with disabilities. Works with the workshop team to unload and load equipment trailer. Works with the ATOU Team, sets up and cleans up activity stations. Provides support to Program Coordinator and Volunteer Coordinator for workshop preparation and follow up as needed. Drives vehicle pulling the trailer. Organizes and maintains letters of recommendation. Supports collection and recording of survey responses. Assists with scheduling of workshops and volunteers. Assists with volunteer recruitment. ATOU Youth F.O.R.C.E.: Support coordinator in preparation and clean up of activities. Attends all Youth F.O.R.C.E. events. “Spirit of Inclusion” Training for Adult Groups: Prepares for and attend adult workshops, serving as activity instructor and providing other support as necessary. Records responses to workshop surveys. “Dark Meals” Training: Supports preparation of and serves as necessary at Dark Meals. Records responses to workshop surveys. Skills and Experience Requirements : Excellent communication (both written and oral) skills. Ability to organize information and create systems for information retrieval. Experience working with children, preferably including in school settings. Ability to encourage & motive participants in a positive way. Knowledge of disability-awareness activities, preferred. Education or experience in nonprofit, business and academic sectors. Strong computer skills: Word, Excel, Publisher Strong decision-making skills. Strong problem-solving skills. Highly motivated. Self-directed. Excellent organizational skills. Attention to detail. Punctual, with attention to deadlines and schedules. Ability to maintain confidentiality. Knowledge of and ability to use social media. Ability or willingness to learn to drive company vehicle with trailer. General Skills: Represents A Touch of Understanding in a professional and positive light at all times. Inter-Relationship Component : Excellent interpersonal skills. Ability to work effectively with Executive Director. Ability to work collaboratively and relate well with staff, volunteers (including those with disabilities), school personnel and community organizations. Ability to develop and maintain strong, positive relationships with educators, media and community members. Ability to communicate effectively: clearly, accurately and diplomatically. Ability to listen effectively. Be a strong team player. Experience with individuals with disabilities or a strong passion to learn. Ability to maintain a positive attitude, relate in a light-hearted manner with a sense of humor. Ability to be flexible. Positive attitude. Energetic. Kind. Working Conditions : ATOU is very much like a family.  Working at ATOU is not a job, it is a way of life. All employees are committed to our mission and to one another.  We will welcome you and your family into our ATOU family. Must be fingerprinted. Must have a clean, valid CA driver’s license.   Ability to drive or learn to drive vehicle pulling equipment trailer. Must be willing to work flexible hours, including early morning hour and some evening and weekend hours. There are occasional overnight trips for workshops outside our area. Must be willing to travel within the Greater Sacramento area and occasionally beyond. Must be flexible to adjust to changeable presentation venues and staff/volunteer availability. Must be physically capable of loading wheelchairs and other workshop equipment into the trailer and lift 15 pounds onto shelves. Benefits provided: Paid time off, 9 paid holidays, 403(b) retirement plan (not matched by ATOU), no health benefits provided   What Staff Members Have to Say: “The work environment at ATOU is so open and welcoming that it has set the bar for my ideal culture." -Nolan, Youth F.O.R.C.E Coordinator "A Touch of Understanding has become a second home to me and my kids. I have been with ATOU for 6 years and I've come to appreciate the staff members and volunteers as part of a larger family. The volunteers with diverse disabilities continue to inspire and motivate us with their positive attitude and perseverance. This outlook keeps the ATOU family together and gives everyone a purpose to fulfill the mission of creating an environment where everyone feels included." -Jana, Program Coordinator
A Touch of Understanding 5280 Stirling Street, Granite Bay, CA, USA Administration / Clerical

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