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May 23, 2018
Position Summary: A pediatric medical provider may include a Physician, Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, Family Nurse Practitioner, or Physician’s Assistant who performs medical evaluations of children referred for concerns of sexual abuse, physical abuse and/or neglect. This position provides regularly scheduled evaluations, urgently scheduled evaluations, and intermittent consultations. Liberty House medical providers participate in a multidisciplinary team environment and work in collaboration with child forensic interviewers, family support specialists, community medical providers, hospitals, child protective services workers, and detectives, officers or deputies from law enforcement agencies. Responsibilities include assessment, diagnosis, documentation, and testimony in various types of court proceedings as needed. Classification: 1 FTE - Exempt. Salary. Full-time. Basic Functions and Responsibilities of the Position: Conducting Medical Evaluations (90%) • Perform sensitive and thorough medical examinations of children referred for concerns of child abuse and/or neglect, including rapport building, colposcopy, photography and team participation during child interviews. • Gather comprehensive social and medical history from patients and their caregivers and review other relevant case information. • Coordinate medical follow-up for each patient as necessary. • Prepare comprehensive documentation of all evaluations in a timely and neutral manner that meets legal requirements for evidence and social service needs for protection and treatment. Other Duties (10%) • Represent Liberty House at community meetings and serve on community committees and work groups, as requested. • Assist Medical Director and Chief Executive Officer in developing protocols, policies, procedures and other relevant documents. • Participate in quality assurance activities, including regular peer review and case review. • Participate in on-going CME relevant to child abuse evaluations, including specific training as requested. • Testify in court as necessary. • Maintain professional license. • Perform other duties as assigned. Basic Functions and Responsibilities as a Liberty House Team Member: • Pass a criminal background, a sex offender registration and child abuse registry check. • Maintain required confidentiality in compliance with Liberty House policies, HIPAA, and State of Oregon multidisciplinary child abuse assessment team statutory requirements. • Attend Liberty House staff meetings, clinical team meetings, staff annual retreat, and other training and events as needed. • Communicate professionally, respectfully, and supportively with internal team members, external partners, and board members. • Promote a positive working environment by adhering to the Liberty House Code of Conduct. • Conduct the business of Liberty House so as to maintain and increase its goodwill and reputation in the community, consistent with professional and ethical standards of behavior. Qualifications: Required Education and Experience: • Appropriate medical degree. • Board certified or Board eligible (consideration for Family Practice, Emergency Department or other relevant specialty considered) in pediatrics or sub specialty certification in child abuse Pediatrics. • Licensed (or able to obtain license) in the State of Oregon. • Knowledge of child abuse dynamics. Hours, Compensation and Benefits: • Full-time, salary position 40 hours per week, Monday-Friday. • Compensation: dependent upon education and experience. • Benefit package: health insurance, fully‐paid for employee, partially paid for dependents; flexible spending plans; retirement match; eleven paid holidays, paid vacation and sick leave; employee assistance program; athletic club membership subsidy. To Apply: This is a recruitment to establish a pool of qualified candidates and will remain open until the position is filled. Interested applicants may download the job application form from the Liberty House website at www.libertyhousecenter.org or may request a Liberty House Job Application form from: Kameron Wolfer Executive Assistant Liberty House 2685 4th St. N.E. Salem, OR 97301 Fax: 503-540-0293 Email: kwolfer@libertyhousecenter.org Interested applicants should submit the completed application, a resume, cover letter and two letters of recommendation to Kameron Wolfer, Executive Assistant, at the above address. Email submissions are preferred. A criminal background check, DHS Child Welfare Registry check and sex offender registry check are all required for employment at Liberty House and will be completed for finalists. The start date for the position will be determined by the Medical Director and the Chief Executive Officer in consultation with the successful candidates. Liberty House is an Equal Opportunity Employer. If you have questions, please call Kameron Wolfer at (503) 540-0288 or email at kwolfer@libertyhousecenter.org
Liberty House Programs
May 23, 2018
Position Summary: Liberty House’s Hope & Wellness program is seeking licensed therapists to provide individual, family, and group counseling to children who have been impacted by trauma and/or grief.  The role provides a rewarding opportunity to work closely with team members to help children and families thrive. Liberty House provides ongoing training and support.  The purpose of this recruitment is to establish a pool of qualified candidates in order to expand availability of services.  Start date(s) to be determined based on mutual agreement. Classification: 1 FTE – Non-Exempt .   Basic Functions and Responsibilities of the Position: Clinical Services (90%) Provide triage, assessment, individual, family, and group counseling, as well as crisis services for children, birth to age 18, and their families. Complete all required documentation related to client care in a timely manner, including comprehensive assessment and service plan at intake and service notes following each session. Provide case management and consultation services for children and families as needed to ensure continuity of care.   Other Duties (10%) Participate in Hope and Wellness Services Team meetings. Participate in quality assurance activities, including regular supervision and case review. Provide on-call services to clients and families experiencing mental health crisis after hours. Participate in identifying and developing curriculum and materials for groups, at times in collaboration with community partners. Focus is to be on identified client or family needs, psychoeducation, therapeutic goals and preparation for engaging in further therapy as appropriate.  Participate in ongoing continuing education, consistent with licensure expectations, including specific training as requested. Maintain professional license. Perform other duties as assigned.   Basic Functions and Responsibilities as a Liberty House Team Member: Maintain confidentiality. Attend Liberty House staff meetings. Communicate professionally, respectfully, and supportively with internal team members, external partners, and board members. Promote a positive working environment by adhering to the Liberty House Code of Conduct. Conduct the business of Liberty House so as to maintain and increase its goodwill and reputation in the community, consistent with professional and ethical standards of behavior.   Qualifications: Required Education and Experience: Graduate degree in Psychology, Social Work, or other mental health related field Licensure in the State of Oregon Three years of clinical practice with children and families, including abuse survivors 40 hours of training in evidence-based treatments for trauma   Other Qualifications: Excellent verbal and written communication skills; able to read and write English. Knowledge of trauma-informed counseling, attachment, and family dynamics Training in Brief Therapy services. Ability to work effectively in complicated or crisis situations. Excellent time management capabilities. Ability to work collaboratively with children and families, team members, and partner agencies. Fluency in Spanish.   Hours, Compensation and Benefits: Full‐time, 40 hours per week, or part time, as negotiated. No weekends. Salary range: negotiable, depending upon training and experience. Benefit package: health insurance, fully‐paid for employee; flexible spending plans; retirement match; eleven paid holidays, paid vacation and sick leave; Employee Assistance Program Subsidized fitness club membership.   To Apply: Interested applicants should submit a completed application (available at www.libertyhousecenter.org ), resume, cover letter and two letters of recommendation to Kameron Wolfer, at the address below.  Email submissions are preferred.   Kameron Wolfer Liberty House 2685 4th St.  NE Salem, OR  97301 FAX: 503-540-0293 Email:  kwolfer@libertyhousecenter.org This is a recruitment to establish a pool of qualified candidates and will remain open until the position is filled. A criminal background check, sex offender registry check and DHS Child Welfare registry check is required for employment at Liberty House and will be completed for finalists. The start date for the position will be determined by the Mental Health Program Manager and the Chief Executive Officer in consultation with the successful candidates. Liberty House is an Equal Opportunity Employer. If you have questions please call Kameron Wolfer at (503) 540-0288  or email at kwolfer@libertyhousecenter.org .
Liberty House Programs
May 23, 2018
Position Summary: The Child Forensic Interviewer and Family Support Specialist is a member of the clinic team at Liberty House. Core responsibilities of the position include conducting forensic interviews of children referred for assessment of child sexual abuse, physical abuse or neglect. Additional responsibilities include providing family support, which is the first level of crisis intervention for families and/or non‐offending caregivers. About the Region: Liberty House serves Marion and Polk Counties, located in the central Willamette Valley in Oregon, in the Pacific Northwest. Liberty House is located in Salem, the state capital. Salem, Oregon is a dynamic community featuring excellent schools with a focus on STEM as well as music and the arts. There are several major universities in the local area. The Salem Area Chamber of Commerce provides further information about the community as well as a wonderful video ( https://salemchamber.org/ ). From Salem, traveling an hour north, west, or south will land in fabulous Portland, or the Oregon Coast, or to Eugene or Corvallis, and two hours east puts you in Bend with world class year‐round recreation in Oregon's High Desert. Salem is a very desirable community to live and work. Core Functions and Responsibilities of the Position:  Conducts sensitive and thorough interviews, assessments, and screenings of children for whom there are concerns of child abuse or neglect; this includes providing support in medical examination and conducting digitally recorded child interviews, as appropriate  Obtains information in a forensically sound, neutral manner that meets legal requirements for evidence and meets social service needs for protection and treatment  Participates in quality assurance reviews, peer reviews and case consultation  Testifies in court if necessary  Provides family support services in a culturally sensitive manner  Conducts family needs assessment focused on victimization and secondary issues  As needed, provides therapeutic crisis intervention/stabilization for family and child  As needed, assists caregivers in formulating a safety plan  Provides education regarding abuse dynamics and clarification of victim and perpetrator roles, and how to support child toward healing when appropriate  Provides information and support regarding criminal justice and child protection systems  Provides case planning, coordination and follow up services  When providing family support, observes portion of child interview to assist in making treatment recommendations and to provide assurance to caregiver  Completes all required documentation in a timely manner and according to professional standards  Maintains confidentiality  Receives continuing education related to child abuse issues and interviewing techniques including specific training as requested.  Other duties, as assigned. Basic Functions and Responsibilities as a Liberty House Team Member:  Attend Liberty House Clinical Team meetings.  Attend Liberty House staff meetings.  Communicate professionally, respectfully, and supportively with internal team members, external partners, and board members.  Promote a positive working environment by adhering to the Liberty House Code of Conduct and the Outward Mindset principles.  Promote positive and collaborative working relationships with members of the Multidisciplinary Teams of Marion and Polk Counties, including district attorneys, law enforcement and Department of Human Services colleagues.  Conduct the business of Liberty House so as to maintain and increase its goodwill and reputation in the community, consistent with professional and ethical standards of behavior. Qualifications:  Proficient with Windows computers and Microsoft Office (current system is Windows 7/Office 2013)  Well‐organized with excellent attention to detail  Excellent written and verbal communication  Respond timely and accurately to requests for information  Maintain confidentiality in accordance with HIPAA and other requirements  Ability to work with minimal supervision  Ability and willingness to work as a team member  Ability and willingness to establish and maintain positive working relationships Required Education and Experience:  A professional with a Master's degree in social work, counseling, psychology, sociology, child development or related field and two or more years' experience working as a forensic interviewer for abused or neglected children;  or a professional with a Bachelor's Degree in social work, counseling, psychology, sociology, child development or related field and five or more years' experience working as a forensic interviewer for abused or neglected children;  or a law enforcement officer with an advanced certificate from DPSST and a minimum of four years' experience investigating sexual assault and child abuse and a minimum of two years' experience conducting forensic interviews of children. Other Qualifications:  Bilingual (fluent in Spanish) would be highly desirable  Experience with and knowledge about child abuse issues.  Understanding of complex family dynamics.  Experience with children.  Ability to work effectively in complicated and/or crisis situations.  Ability and willingness to work as a team member with Liberty House staff and representatives from partnering agencies.  Ability to communicate well with children and families, team members and partnering agencies.  Ability to learn from observation of self and others, and to apply learning into improved practice.  Ability to receive and deliver feedback effectively and regularly.  Ability and willingness to establish and maintain positive working relationships.  Experience with conducting interviews and family support services preferred.  Candidate must be able to read and write English. Bilingual Spanish and English is a plus, but not required. Hours, Compensation and Benefits:  Full‐time, 40 hours per week Monday - Friday.  Compensation: $45,000 ‐ $58,000 per year.  Benefit package includes health insurance, retirement match, paid vacation and sick leave, flexible spending account option, eleven paid holidays, discounted memberships at local health clubs, biannual staff retreats.  Reports to: Liberty House Medical Director. To Apply: Interested applicants should submit a completed application (available at www.libertyhousecenter.org), resume, cover letter and two letters of recommendation to Kameron Wolfer, at the address below. Email submissions are preferred. Kameron Wolfer Liberty House 2685 4th St. NE Salem, OR 97301 FAX: 503-540-0293 Email: kwolfer@libertyhousecenter.org This is a recruitment to establish a pool of qualified candidates and will remain open until the position is filled. A criminal background check, sex offender registry check and DHS Child Welfare registry check is required for employment at Liberty House and will be completed for finalists. The start date for the position will be determined by the Medical Director and the Chief Executive Officer in consultation with the successful candidates. Liberty House is an Equal Opportunity Employer. If you have questions please call Kameron Wolfer at (503) 540-0288 or email at kwolfer@libertyhousecenter.org.
Liberty House Liberty House Child Abuse Assessment Center, 4th Street Northeast, Salem, OR, USA Programs
May 23, 2018
Position Summary: As a core member of the Clinical Team, the Family Support Specialist/Intake Coordinator receives and triages calls referring children to the Liberty House clinic for assessment of concerns relating to physical abuse, sexual abuse and neglect.  The role includes consulting with the medical staff, and determining services needed and scheduling assessments, and requesting and processing police reports, DHS reports, medical records and clinical photographs of injuries to children.   When the child is brought to Liberty House for his or her appointment, this role includes providing emotional support and education for caregivers and family members.  This is an at will position. Basic Functions and Responsibilities of the Position: Intake Coordination: Triage incoming calls from agencies, medical providers, parents and other parties; respond to walk-in families as needed. Collect relevant intake information from referral sources Contact Child Welfare and law enforcement agencies to coordinate assessments and make necessary reports Gather agency reports, medical records and other relevant case information. Determine needed services and schedule assessments; staff pertinent referrals with staffing medical provider or interviewer, depending on the need to staff; coordinate assessment schedule; arrange interpreters as needed. Write intake summaries and complete required intake documentation. Completion of billing fee slips for Karly’s Law and medical consults. Request and receive medical records from other providers and partner agencies. Request photos from medical and law enforcement.  Download photos from secure messaging or photos received on CDs. Look up medical records/print out for providers from online services (Salem Hospital EPIC, OHSU, Kaiser Permanente, etc.) Order labs and imaging for providers for Karly Law and medical consults both for patients that come here, and for review. Use database systems to check the history of new referrals. Participate in team case staffing’s as appropriate. Communicate by telephone with families and medical facilities on behalf of the Providers and Interviewers as appropriate. Represent Liberty House at meetings of Multi-Disciplinary Team subgroups. Perform other duties as assigned. Schedule appointments and assist with chart creation. Family Support: Provide family support services in a culturally sensitive manner. Conduct family needs assessment focused on victimization and secondary issues. As needed, provide therapeutic crisis intervention/stabilization for family and child. As needed, assist caregivers in formulating a safety plan. Provide education regarding abuse dynamics and clarification of victim and perpetrator roles, and how to support child toward healing when appropriate. Provide information and support regarding criminal justice and child protection systems. When providing family support, observe portion of child interview to assist in making treatment recommendations and to provide assurance to caregiver.   Other Duties: Participate in quality assurance reviews, and case consultation. Conduct community education. Testify in court as needed. Complete all required reports in a timely manner. Maintain up-to-date caregiver materials. Perform other duties as assigned. Facilitate scheduling for clinical team members, families and partners. Basic Functions and Responsibilities as a Liberty House Team Member: Pass a criminal background, sex offender registration, and child abuse registry check. Maintain required confidentiality in compliance with Liberty House policies, HIPAA, and State of Oregon multidisciplinary child abuse assessment team statutory requirements. Attend Liberty House staff meetings, clinic team meetings, and annual Communicate professionally, respectfully, and supportively with internal team members, external partners, and board members. Promote a positive working environment by adhering to the Liberty House Code of Conduct. Conduct the business of Liberty House so as to maintain and increase its goodwill and reputation in the community, consistent with professional and ethical standards of behavior. Qualifications: Required Education and Experience: A professional with a Bachelor’s Degree in social work, counseling, psychology, sociology, child development or related field and five or more years’ experience working with abused or neglected children.   Other Qualifications: Excellent communication skills. Experience with and knowledge about child abuse issues. Understanding of complex family dynamics. Experience with children. Ability to work effectively in complicated and/or crisis situations. Ability and willingness to work cooperatively as a team member with Liberty House staff, Board members and representatives from partnering agencies. Ability to communicate well with children and families, team members and partnering agencies. Ability to learn from observation of self and others, and to apply learning into improved practice. Ability to receive and deliver feedback effectively and regularly. Ability and willingness to establish and maintain positive working relationships. Experience with conducting interviews and family support services preferred. Candidate must be able to read and write English. Ability to converse and write in Spanish is preferred. Hours, Compensation and Benefits: Full-time, 40 hours per week Monday – Friday. Compensation: 42,000 – 53,000. Benefit package includes health insurance, retirement match, paid vacation and sick leave, flexible spending account option, eleven paid holidays, discounted memberships at local health clubs, bi-annual staff retreats. Nothing in this job description restricts Liberty House’s right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this job at any time. To Apply: Interested applicants should submit a completed application (available at www.libertyhousecenter.org ), resume, cover letter and two letters of recommendation to Kameron Wolfer, at the address below. Email submissions are preferred.   Kameron Wolfer Executive Assistant Liberty House 2685 4th St. N.E. Salem, OR 97301 Fax: 503-540-0293 Email: kwolfer@libertyhousecenter.org   This is a recruitment to establish a pool of qualified candidates and will remain open until the position is filled.  The start date for the position will be determined by the Medical Director and the Chief Executive Officer in consultation with the successful candidates. Liberty House is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  If you have questions, please call Kameron Wolfer at (503) 540-0288 or email at kwolfer@libertyhousecenter.org
Liberty House Liberty House Child Abuse Assessment Center, 4th Street Northeast, Salem, OR, USA Programs
May 16, 2018
Chinese Culture Foundation of San Francisco (also known as Chinese Culture Center or CCC) seeks a Gallery & Artistic Assistant, a dynamic and capable coordinator who implements the CCC mission to elevate underserved through education and the arts. S/he comes to the position with a passion for the arts and community service. The successful candidate is an artistic multi-talented, reliable self starter who can prioritize and meet multiple deadlines, and a problem solver. Responsibilities Exhibition & Artwork Management Support Curator & Exhibition manager in implementing exhibitions & programs, including installation, setup, logistics, day of and opening rundown, coordinating with team and other partners, outreach & engagement, ensuring quality of art is at a high standard. Staff gallery, train and schedule volunteer to engage visitors to a high standard Be knowledgeable and understand art and programs to break barriers between audience and art Manage artwork inventory, catalogue collection, artists contact database both online and offline Plan with exhibition manager to provide look and content for marketing and social media Support exhibition manager on evaluation, tracking, and documentation of programs Work collaboratively with communications, marketing, outreach, fund development teams to support to ensure a successful program Follow organization systems to keep shared documents, storage rooms, and common spaces organized Administrative support for Curator Other duties as assigned Revenue/Fundraising Support Curator & Lead Artist on Design Shop to manage and coordinate artists and meet monthly revenue goals Participate in donor cultivation events, including participating in other events to meet CCC’s fundraising goals Public/Community Outreach Act as an ambassador for CCC, including understanding message, mission, and vision of the organization Facilitate organizational and community-based communication between CCC and the external community. Cultivate and develop artist relationships through maintaining CCC’s online gallery platform, meetings, attending events, and builds and managing communication channels with regional, national, and international art organizations, artists, community partners, educational institutions, and media resources. Required Skills & Knowledge BA degree in art, design, or museum studies, or related field experience with non-profit arts, or an equivalent combination of training and experience Design, photography, and spreadsheet skills mandatory Knowledge of a second language - especially Chinese or Cantonese - is desirable Excellent written and oral communication skills Accurate typing/keyboard skills; excellent word processing/computer skills Excellent computer skills, including Microsoft Office, Photoshop applications Knowledge of museum standards and practices of registration, art handling, conservation, and collections storage requirements and procedures Ability to assess priorities and work well under pressure; excellent time management, problem solving and analytical skills Highly self-directed with strong attention to detail Ability to manage multiple tasks and requests simultaneously and budget time effectively Ability to visually inspect artwork Ability to sit or stand for long periods of time Ability to lift and carry 30 lbs
CHINESE CULTURE CENTER 750 Kearny Street, San Francisco, CA, USA Programs
May 16, 2018
Chinese Culture Foundation of San Francisco (also known as Chinese Culture Center or CCC) is seeking a Program and Grants Manager, a dynamic leader who is committed to arts in advancing social justice and economic development. The Program and Grants Manager will work with program and development teams to meet programmatic and fundraising goals. S/he possesses three overlapping skill sets, including: proven track record in cultivating grant opportunities and securing grants, strong project management and event planning experience, and competence in grant compliance from initial application process to completion, including reports and reimbursements. Program and Grants Manager reports to the Program Director. Program & projects Programs: work collaboratively with Program Director on planning and implementing CCC’s programs and projects to meet the vision of the organization Manage and implement program operations, logistics, partnerships, and audience engagement. Develop and evaluate SMART goals (specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, time bound) for projects. Program evaluation and archive:  Oversee and develop program measurement tools, data collection, and evaluation of outcomes for CDP, program, and grants compliance. Keep accurate records, including tracking budget, photography & video, audience numbers, and surveys. Gallery and Design Shop operations: manage daily operations of Visual Art Center and Design shop, including opening/closing, scheduling staffing, training team members and volunteers on visitor engagement, tracking gallery attendance, sales and consignments. Relations: Build a network of partnerships across sectors with funders, community partners, businesses, artists, and other strategic partners to build a family to support our mission. Other duties as assigned. Grant Management: Grant development: research, identify, develop grant application strategy to support exhibitions and art programming. Grant writing:  write and submit applications. Grant compliance: ensure grant compliance for all programs including meeting grant deliverables, reporting, and evaluation, working in collaboration with Program Director. Grant management:  manage grants and contracts from initial application process to completion, including reports and reimbursements. Grant stewardship: cultivating and stewarding relations with funders as part of the management team. Developing multi-year funds in collaboration with Program Director. Cultural Data Project: manage and complete CDP and other grant related documents. CCC archive, manage surveys and internal data:  Oversight in archiving feedback, audience, attendance and engagement of CCC events and public art. Build the CCC family: Identifying and cultivating relations with strategic partners in the arts, including artists, volunteers and donors. The successful candidate possesses a proven record in program implementation, grant writing and management, a minimum of three years in nonprofit management, knowledge and experience in earned income, donor stewardship, philanthropy, foundations and government.   Bilingual ability in Chinese preferred. About the Chinese Culture Foundation/ CCC CCC is a multi-disciplinary arts organization and a cultural community builder dedicated to elevating the underserved  with a vision to strengthen the social, physical and economic fabric of the community. The organization’s full calendar of programming is driven by the vision to build a museum without walls with public art opportunities, education endeavors and performing art events reaching to young audiences. CCC’s curatorial strength connects its Visual Art Center with over five hundred artists and has commissioned hundreds of original artworks. Its mission to promote the most innovative artists can be seen in its highly regarded visual art series, including XianRui, Present Tense, and Episode. The Him Mark Lai Learning Center is our education and engagement hub engaging 6,000 young people of all backgrounds. Celebrating its 53rd anniversary this October, CCC recently adopted an ambitious strategic plan that renews the organization’s commitment to creativity, social justice and community building.  The 5-year strategic plan outlines its next phase of growth, including neighborhood place-keeping, citywide programming, regional impact, global collaborations and fund development goals. To apply, please send resume, cover letter, 2 references and a 2 page English writing sample to Tamiko@cccsf.us.   Position is open until filled.
CHINESE CULTURE CENTER 750 Kearny Street, San Francisco, CA, USA Development
May 10, 2018
CureCervicalCancer (CCC) is seeking a highly qualified and experienced part-time Fundraiser to design and implement a comprehensive fundraising strategy for this growing NPO. The ideal candidate will have a track record of successful solicitations, demonstrated experience with developing fundraising campaign strategy, and superb project management. This position is based in Beverly Hills. Responsibilities and Duties Nature and Scope of Position 1. As a front-line fundraiser, identify and build relationships with prospective donors, including planning cultivation events, attending conferences and other events that offer opportunities to network in the global health philanthropic communities and holding discovery meetings. Continue to engage prospects through the solicitation stage to secure 5-to-6 figure gifts. 2. Maintain current donor portfolio and donor database. Manage and cultivate relationships with current major donors and solicit them personally with an aim to increase donors’ giving levels over time, including on-going contact via phone, email, meetings, etc. 3. Create and implement a comprehensive fundraising strategy for the next 3 years that will: Identify and prioritize all viable sources of revenue with associated revenue goals Include an expense budget for establishing and growing those sources Establish metrics for evaluating success that are based on widely accepted fundraising principles and standards and that are in line with other organizations with similar size and scope Design, implement and evaluate a marketing program to advance fundraising Describe interdependencies with other staff and stakeholders to facilitate success 4. Provide general oversight of CCC’s fund development activities, manage the day-to-day operations of the development function, and monitor adequacy of activities through coordination with staff and the board. 5. Perform prospect research on foundations, corporations, and others to evaluate issue alignment, and donor interest and capacity for new major and multiyear grants. 6. Conduct the full range of activities required to prepare, submit, and manage grant proposals and reports to foundation and corporate sources. 7. Provide writing support for major donor and individual contribution letters and acknowledgements. Qualifications and Skills The ideal candidate will possess: A Bachelors degree Minimum of five (5) years of fundraising experience with proven track record of identifying new donor prospects and achieving annual and long-term fundraising goals. Certification in fundraising, such as the CFRE (Certified Fund Raising Professional) or CSPG (Certified Specialist in Planned Giving) a plus. Superior interpersonal, oral and written communication and presentation skills; ability to represent CCC’s mission and interests to a diverse group of people Excellent analytical and project management skills; capable of working effectively with board members, donors, donor prospects, staff members, volunteers and consultants Fluency in business language and best practices; i.e., strategic planning, financial statements, budgets and revenue projections Computer fluency with Salesforce, DonorPerfect, The Raiser’s Edge, or other fundraising database software Knowledge of Los Angeles philanthropic communities, as well as statewide and national philanthropic organizations, in particular those that support cancer care, global health and women’s health initiatives Ability to work independently and collaboratively HIGHLY PREFERRED: Experience working with international organizations. Benefits A customized competitive compensation package based on experience and interests will be offered.  Includes annual international trip with CCC medical mission. CCC is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any person based on age, race, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, religion, marital status, parental status or mental/physical handicap. Please send resume to   info@curecervicalcancer.org .
Cure Cervical Cancer Los Angeles, CA, USA Development

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