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Executive Director - Untapped Arizona (Phoenix)
Date Added: 4/11

Description: Untapped Arizona is seeking an executive director with demonstrated success in building strategic partnerships in the Arizona business community. The selected candidate will lead the development, management, and growth of this nonprofit organization; recruit, manage, and support a Board of Directors of business leaders representing Arizona’s key industry sectors; and will be responsible for developing and implementing an organizational strategic and sustainability plan.

Tasks:

  • Manage development of 501(c)( nonprofit organization and implementation of a strategic plan
  • Solicit, establish, and support a Board of Directors in executing the mission of the organization
  • Oversee and manage daily operations and administration of the organization, including fiscal management
  • Manage complex software and data systems
  • Serve as the central point of contact and principal spokesperson for the organization, including developing and conducting public relations and marketing activities
  • Develop and provide direct and technical assistance services for Arizona businesses
  • Generate funding for financial sustainability for the organization and manage development activities, including identifying resource requirements, researching funding sources, establishing strategies for approaching funders, submitting proposals, and maintaining and administering funding records and documentation

Qualifications:

  • A valid Arizona driver’s license, along with consent to have your driving record checked periodically
  • Full-time position located in Phoenix, Arizona; occasional travel within the state
  • Flexibility to work irregular hours and weekends
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access)
  • A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university and a minimum of 4 combined years’ experience in private sector nonprofit management or business management.
    • Additional years of experience may be considered as a substitute for the bachelor’s degree requirement.

How to Apply: Please visit them at http://www.untappedarizona.com/ to view the complete job description, qualifications, and compensation information. To apply, please send a cover letter and resume by Monday, May 12, 2014 to: executivedirectorsearch@untappedarizona.com.

President and CEO - Scottsdale Cultural Council (Scottsdale)
Date Added: 4/7

Description: The Scottsdale Cultural Council (SCC) helps to shape and enhance the arts and cultural affairs of Scottsdale under a master agreement with the City. SCC’s mission is to create diverse arts experiences that engage the community by, developing new and exciting cultural initiatives; encouraging the active participation and cooperation of government, business, education, and the private sector; and providing quality management, fundraising, and financial services to the Council’s operating divisions and other arts organizations desiring such services. The SCC operating divisions are the Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts, Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, and Scottsdale Public Art.

The President/CEO reports to the Council’s Board, through the Board Chair and Executive Committee and is expected to provide visionary guidance, executive leadership, direction and management for SCC and its component programs and operating divisions. This person will be a compelling advocate for the arts in Scottsdale, the Council’s chief spokesperson, and an entrepreneur identifying strategic opportunities and alliances.

Qualifications: Successful candidates will have characteristics and qualities that encompasses strong leadership and management experience among staff at all levels; be a relationship leader and collaborator both internally and externally; have strong communication and strategic leadership skills; generate positive, in-depth community relations; have strong fundraising experience; and, achieve the goals/vision of the Board.

How to Apply: Compensation will be commensurate with experience. Applicants should submit resume, names and contact information for three references, and a one-page narrative describing interest and experience by e-mail only to the search firm managing this search. E-mail: MCAWall2@gmail.com, Subject Line: SCC Search

Chief Operating Officer - East Valley Adult Resources (Mesa)
Date Added: 3/31

Description:

  • Provide effective leadership of East Valley Adult Resources by being actively involved in all programs and services.
  • Ensure all program activities operate consistently and ethically within the mission and values of the organization.
  • Lead, supervise and assist key supervisors to ensure an overall effective and coordinated direction for the organization.
  • Understand and integrate the key role of volunteers within the organization and community.
  • In cooperation with the CEO and other key supervisors recruit, hire, train and terminate employees.
  • Represent the organization at community events.
  • Plan and conduct retreats at which staff members evaluate past events, establish goals, plan new programs and develop work plans to accomplish them.
  • Enhance the organization through public relations and marketing approaches that assist the general public in understanding the organization's role in the community.
  • Assist in the development and monitoring of the strategic plan for the organization.
  • Write and/or edit all public grants and area United Way applications. Ensure that they are completed on time through a team approach.
  • Ensure that all reporting for grants is completed in a timely manner by relevant Program Directors.
  • Provide ongoing assistance to the CEO to properly govern the organization.

Qualifications:

  • At least five years of professional experience in administration and/or management in social services preferably those serving older adults.
  • Solid educational background including an undergraduate degree with a major in business, public administration, organizational management, social work, gerontology or related field. A master’s degree in one of the above mention areas is preferable.
  • Strong writing skills for grants, communication, etc.
  • Strong communication and presentation skills.
  • Strong relationship builder and communicator with experience in leading work teams, developing organization-wide strategies for program services, engaging community partners and partnering with the CEO and Board of Directors.
  • Direct experience with budgeting and fund accounting.
  • Direct experience with evaluation and program measurement.
  • Demonstrates integrity and strives for excellence in his/her work.
  • Passionate about aging related services.

How to Apply: Please submit cover letter and resume to: East Valley Adult Resources, Att: Dan Taylor, 45 W. University Drive, Mesa, AZ 85201.

Executive Director - Dougherty Foundation (Phoenix)
Date Added: 3/27

Description: The executive director of the Dougherty Foundation will be responsible for general management, finance and administration, community relations, visibility and communications.

  • Policy and program services, know trends and developments in higher education and philanthropy fields.
  • Develop and recommend policies and procedures as requested by board of directors.
  • Provide vision and strategic planning for the organization.

Major responsibilities:

  • Submit annual set of goals and objectives for next fiscal year
  • Keeps minutes of board meetings and maintains records of the Foundation
  • Coordinates with financial aid offices at the state's colleges and universities.
  • Oversees and manages the corpus of the Foundation investments and accounts as directed by the board.
  • Engages in an active professional development program to stay informed about external trends in the Foundation's fields of interest and in philanthropy.
  • Reports to board periodically on developments relevant to the Foundation's interests and programs.
  • Assists in the formulation and execution of comprehensive marketing, branding and development strategies.
  • Undertakes other tasks as assigned, and contributes to shared responsibility for fostering excellence in the Foundation's programs and activities.

Qualifications: Five or more years' experience in management and nonprofits or foundations. Bachelor’s degree.

How to Apply: Send resume: Dougherty Foundation, Attn: Danny Valenzuela, President, 3507 N Central Avenue, Suite 404, Phoenix AZ 85012 or
E-mail: danny@transitionexecs.com
Please direct questions to Danny Valenzuela at (60 774-2005
Deadline for Submission: April 18, 2014
Interviews of selected candidates will take place the afternoon of April 29, 2014.

Chief Operations Officer - Florence Crittenton (Phoenix)
Date Added: 3/27

Description:

  • Provides leadership and direction to the assigned function(s).
  • Successfully collaborates with CEO and Executive Officers to implement the mission and vision of agency by managing day to day operations within budget guidelines for out of home and community based programs and services.
  • Plans, develops, and implements all treatment oriented programs and services for the agency.
  • Responsible for Community Based Services and residential operations.
  • Responsible for conceptualizing, developing and facilitating the implementation of programming and daily operations in support of policies, goals, and objectives established by the CEO and the Board of Directors by performing the following duties personally or through staff.

Qualifications:A master’s degree in social work, human services or related field plus two to five years related experience in operating programs and services for a nonprofit organization. Prior management experience required.

How to Apply:E-mail: lgarrett@flocrit.org Fax: 602-274-7549

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Administrative Assistant to the Chief Development Officer - Phoenix Art Museum (Phoenix)
Date Added: 4/11

Description: Phoenix Art Museum is looking for an administrative assistant to the chief development officer (CDO) to provide high level professional administrative support, and leadership and project management support for the annual gala (“The pArty”) and other major fundraising events. This position will serve as the development team point of contact, and provide expert support for matters critical to the operation of Phoenix Art Museum’s Development program and related functions. For a complete list of duties, please visit their website at phxart.org

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in nonprofit management, museum studies, or related field
  • Minimum five years executive assistant or project management experience
  • English language usage, including grammar, spelling and punctuation
  • Principles and practices of museum administration and operations
  • Basic fundraising principles and donor relations
  • Accomplish multiple projects concurrently, and meet established deadlines with little or no supervision
  • Handle high-pressure situations in a calm, authoritative and effective manner
  • Communicate effectively both verbally and in writing
  • Independently initiate, coordinate work, and set priorities

For a complete listing of qualifications, please visit phxart.org

How to Apply: Submit cover letter, resume and salary history to job code ASU-ACDO:

E-mail: HR@phxart.org Fax: (60 257-2127

Mail: Human Resources Department

Phoenix Art Museum

1625 N. Central Avenue

Phoenix, AZ 85004-1685

Job Status: regular, full-time, exempt

EOE

Executive Assistant and Marketing Communication Coordinator - Lost Our Home Pet Foundation (Tempe)
Date Added: 4/11

Description: This position includes all aspects assisting the executive director, with a large emphasis on marketing and communication for the company. This position encompasses a great deal of writing, including grant writing, newsletters, thank you notes, fundraising appeals, and more. This is a fast paced environment where organization, communication, database maintenance, computer and interpersonal skills, along with excellent writing skills are essential for success.
Responsible for:

  • Providing administrative support to the Exec Director including marketing, communications, programs, fundraising, shelter operations and board related duties.
  • Accurately maintaining a comprehensive fundraising database, and training and working with volunteers to help with any of the responsibilities as needed.
  • Creating and coordinating Lost Their Home’s communication efforts. Coordinate the production, distribution, and maintenance of correspondence and appeals in support of ongoing fundraising and programmatic activities.
  • Maintaining all aspects of marketing, branding and communication efforts to increase public awareness, adoptions, donations and volunteer opportunities.
  • Assisting with e-mails, phone calls, creating departmental files and reports, preparing documents for meetings and completing other duties and tasks as assigned.

Qualifications:

  • Excellent writing skills, including grant writing (samples required)
  • Three or more years of experience working in a marketing or fundraising department of a nonprofit.
  • Knowledge of marketing strategies, practices and media operations.
  • Knowledge of fundraising including fundraising principles, messaging and techniques
  • Ability to build and maintain a comprehensive donor database
  • Skill in analyzing and preparing reports
  • Strong MS Office skills, digital marketing, and computer skills
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Ability to multi-task in a complex and diverse environment
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Ability to work independently, multi-task, set priorities and meet deadlines
  • A strong identification with the mission, vision and values of Lost Our Home Pet Foundation

How to Apply: All interested candidates must submit a cover letter along with a resume to Jodi@LostOurHome.org

Data Services Specialist - Girl Scouts-Arizona Cactus Pine Council (Phoenix)
Date Added: 4/10

Description: Responsible for the timely and accurate entry of registrations related to general girl membership, program events/activities, summer camp participants, encampments, etc., Excellent organizational and customer service skills. Bilingual (English and Spanish) required.

Qualifications:

  • High School diploma with six months database experience; or equivalent combination of education, experience and training.
  • Commitment to the aims and purposes of the Girl Scout movement, including the belief in the importance of the volunteer organization in their society.
  • Proficiency of Microsoft Office Suite, e-mail and Internet applications. Ability to learn new software as required.
  • Ability to work under pressure, manages work time, meet deadlines and handle a heavy workload in a positive and flexible manner.
  • Ability to give and receive information by telephone and in person.
  • Ability to clearly communicate verbally and in writing with volunteers, peers, and supervisor.
  • Excellent organizational skills.
  • Bi-Lingual – English and Spanish
  • Attendance at All-Staff Meetings and retreats.

How to Apply: External Candidates: Click on this link https://home.eease.adp.com/recruit/?id=8939801 or www.girlscoutsaz.org/employment

 

Human Resources Generalist - Child and Family Resources, Inc. (Tucson)
Date Added: 4/7

Description: Reporting to the VP of human resources, the human resources Generalist manages the day-to-day functions of the HR team. The HR generalist performs duties at the professional level and carries out responsibilities in the following functional areas: recruitment, training and development, benefits, departmental development, human resource information systems, and employee relations.

  • Conducts new-employee orientations, trains employees on HR practices. Assists with needs assessments and impact measures.
  • Maintains employee records in the learning management system including certifications, evaluations, new employee data and data changes. Compiles reports.
  • Assists with recruitment process including writing and placing advertisements and updating the Internet.
  • Participates in employee relations matters and assists in investigating employee complaints.
  • Assists with committees including wellness and continuous quality improvement committees.
  • Supports 401(k) plan administration including loans, withdrawals and audit process.
  • Maintains HR sections of the Intranet.
  • Coordinates worker’s compensation and unemployment claims.
  • Supports health and safety programs. Tracks and posts OSHA-required data, files reports.
  • Assists with performance management system including annual performance reviews.
  • Complies with all federal and state regulations and government reporting requirements concerning employment.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Business or Organizational Development or equivalent.
  • Minimum of 3 years professional level Human Resources experience required.
  • Professional in Human Resources (PHR) certification preferred.
  • Considerable knowledge of the principles and practices of HR administration.
  • Thorough knowledge of federal, state and local laws governing equal employment opportunity and civil rights, occupational safety and health, workers’ compensation, wage and hour issues, and labor relations.
  • Computer proficiency in Microsoft office, payroll systems (ADP, Paycom, etc.) and database management (HRIS, benefit administration system, and/or LMS).
  • Ability to support and implement department projects, policies, goals and objectives.

How to Apply: For complete position description, visit www.childfamilyresources.org. Please submit resume, cover letter and salary requirements to tcormier@cfraz.org or fax to 602-234-3943.

Administrative Assistant II - Tempe Community Council (Tempe)
Date Added: 4/7

Description: Assist the organization with a variety of administrative duties, such as, proofreading and editing communications, updating website content, ensuring consistent formatting/branding, assist with grant and donor database management, support with financial duties and reporting, volunteer scheduling and supervision, event staffing, front office staffing, etc.

Qualifications:

  • Five years of administrative experience.
  • Excellent computer skills, highly proficient in Microsoft Office and database softwares.
  • Knowledge of WordPress website software.
  • Good business writing skills and basic report preparation.

How to Apply: Please e-mail cover letter and resume to: kathy_nugent@tempe.gov

Administrative Assistant - Temple Emanuel of Tempe (Tempe)
Date Added: 3/31

Description: Temple Emanuel of Tempe seeks an administrative assistant who is personable, organized and a team player. Candidate must be detail-oriented and able to multi-task, prioritize and work under deadlines.

Administrative support to rabbi and executive director

  • Manage the Rabbi’s appointments
  • Handle the logistics of lifecycle events
  • Ritual administration, including preparing for Shabbat services, holidays, and lifecycle events
  • Oversee yahrtzeit lists and reminders
  • Prepare printed materials for Shabbat, holidays and events
  • Manage the synagogue calendars
  • Data entry, filing and organizing

Office Management

  • Manage the front desk volunteers and staff the front desk when necessary
  • Maintain inventory of office supplies and order when necessary
  • Process incoming mail
  • Manage shipping and receiving of packages and mail

Member Relationships

  • Build and maintain relationships with member families
  • Assist with preparation and distribution of synagogue communications
  • Update information in Membership Management database

Events and Programming

  • Assist in event planning
  • Facilitate the set up and breakdown of rooms for meetings, classes and events
  • Attend events regularly as a representative of the temple
  • Other
  • Schedule maintenance and repair work with outside companies
  • Place orders as needed
  • Special projects and other duties as assigned

Qualifications:

  • Minimum three years administrative assistant experience
  • Judaic knowledge helpful but not required
  • Ability to maintain strict confidentiality and communicate in a professional manner with staff, congregants and vendors
  • Self-starter who is comfortable and eager to utilize new methods and technology
  • Proficiency in MS Office
  • Some evenings and weekends required

How to Apply: Send cover letter and resume to Executive Director Beth Olson at beth@emanueloftempe.org

Membership and Development Assistant - Tucson Audubon Society (Tucson)
Date Added: 3/24

Description:

  • Works with the Membership and Development team to meet goals determined by Tucson Audubon’s strategic plan
  • Maintains database records of new, renewing, and changing members; produces and mails acknowledgement and recognition materials
  • Produces regular membership and development reports
  • Coordinates all mailings to members and non-members.
  • Ensures that mailing houses receive accurate mailing lists from the NEON database
  • Maintains all membership and donor files (including confidential records) through organizational databases (NEON),and other methods, ensuring database integrity across all NEON functions
  • Responsible for customizing NEON features to support program areas and maintaining TAS Guide to NEON Policies and Procedures
  • Fields member and donor inquiries by phone, e-mail, in person
  • Maintains and updates, membership materials
  • Supports the membership functions of Tucson Audubon events, including on-site and post-event outreach and encouraging member participation; Attends some of these events
  • Ensures all information collected by name gathering exercises is entered to the NEON database and all such individuals receive recruitment materials
  • Supervises volunteers to support the functions of this position
  • Works with Nature Shops on interface between member and customer systems
  • Provides administrative support for Tucson Audubon’s Mason Center facility

Qualifications:

  • Two years of experience in similar work duties required
  • Bachelor’s degree helpful
  • Experience of working with databases required
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office suite and internet use including e-mail, social media, and search required
  • Strong organizational skills, flexibility, and ability to work under pressure required
  • Attention to detail and quality work required
  • Self-motivated quick learner with troubleshooting and problem-solving skills required
  • Accurate and efficient with data entry and reporting/reconciliation
  • Website editing skills (HTML and CSS) skills desired
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills desired
  • Friendly, respectful, and outgoing demeanor, with emphasis on excellent customer service desired
  • Equally at ease working independently and with a team
  • Experience working within a nonprofit organization desired

How to Apply: Submit brief letter of application, date-based resume, and executive summary (state your experience and skills against Essential Duties, Experience) to Operations Manager at spike@tucsonaudubon.org. No Phone Calls.

Salary determined based on experience

Only COMPLETE Applications will be considered

Administrative Assistant - Northern Arizona University (Phoenix)
Date Added: 3/20

Description:

  • Serves the reception function for all NAU programs at the PBC. Greets people as they enter to provide direction and transition to the appropriate person at the right time. Answers all incoming calls and greets all incoming guests/students who arrive at the PBC to see faculty and staff at NAU. Serves as liaison to faculty, staff, students, alumni, outside/internal agencies/departments and the public concerning information or needs, directing callers/guests to appropriate personnel/departments
  • Provides general advising for all three programs (Physical Therapy (PT), Physician Assistant (PA) and Occupational Therapy (OT)) at the PBC. Forwards complex questions to appropriate program personnel when needed
  • Directs callers to NAU program websites for additional information as needed
  • Assists with special events at the PBC for the college, University and programs as needed
  • Handles all office functions for all programs, from work orders, mailing and overnighting to ordering supplies for the units, etc
  • Maintains and manages the campus events calendar and centralized e-mail account for all three programs
  • Coordinates campus tours with each department program coordinator using information from the events calendar and centralized e-mail account
  • Evaluates and recommends operational changes to department to ensure effectiveness and compliance with University policies and regulations

Qualifications:

  • Four years of increasingly responsible office/administrative experience; OR,
  • Any equivalent combination of experience, training and/or education.
  • Preferred Qualifications
  • Bachelor’s degree in field pertinent to work unit, such as Business Administration.
  • Experience working in a reception function with a high volume call environment and with multiple program stakeholders, preferably in a higher education setting

How to Apply: To apply for this position please visit the NAU HR website at:

http://hr.nau.edu/node/10411

Click on staff openings and go to job # 600764 for detailed instructions and to view the full position description.

Grant/Proposal Coordinator – Arizona State University (Tempe)
Date Added: 3/20

Description: The primary role of the research advancement (RA) staff is to support one or more functional areas within a college/school/department by providing direct support to research investigators in the area of proposal preparation. Acts as administrative resource to ASU research investigators, provides assistance, guidance and counsel during development, pre-submission administrative review, management, authorization and transmittal of grant and contract proposals to federal, state, and private funding agencies to verify and ensure ongoing compliance with all applicable regulatory and financial compliance requirements imposed on Institutions of Higher Education including, but not limited to: sponsor, ABOR, university, state and federal regulations. Research Advancement staff also serve as liaisons across campus between colleges, schools, departments and research investigators in their interactions with the office of research and sponsored project administration (ORSPA).

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in a related field.
  • Three years of experience in a field appropriate to the area/unit of assignment OR Any equivalent combination of education and/or experience from which comparable knowledge, skill and abilities have been achieved.

How to Apply: Go to the ASU job site: https://cfo.asu.edu/hr-applicant
Search for Staff position with Requisition ID #2684BR

Administrative Assistant - Valley of the Sun United Way (Phoenix)
Date Added: 3/18

Description: This position provides administrative and clerical support to and is a valuable member of the Resource Development department. This department is responsible for the development and implementation of all aspects of Valley of the Sun United Way's annual campaign and efforts of the foundation. This position provides direct support to three vice presidents and one director, and reports to the department Executive Assistant.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree strongly preferred with additional administrative and word processing training, with minimum of five plus years in a progressively responsible administrative position.
  • Excellent typing of 50 wpm and word processing skills.
  • Practical knowledge of professional administrative procedures.
  • Effective written communications.
  • Strong interpersonal skills, including conflict resolution, with ability to work with variety of personalities.
  • Strong attention to detail.
  • Ability to initiate and follow up on projects with minimal supervision.
  • Ability to prioritize and manage time and tasks in order to meet strict deadlines and work in a fast-paced environment.

How to Apply: Interested applicants can view this job description and apply online at http://jobs.vsuw.org/administrative-assistant/job/4441365 or send resume and cover letter to staffing@vsuw.org. Please include your salary requirements. Thank you for your interest in Valley of the Sun United Way.

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Prospect Researcher - ASU Foundation for A New American University (Tempe)
Date Added: 4/11

Description: In a partnership with fundraising staff members, the prospect researcher will identify new donor investors through innovative, systematic, prospect identification processes and will assist in the development of strategies for engaging and cultivating major gift donors. They have a highly supportive work environment, great partnership with other University fundraising staff, and cutting-edge research resources.

Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree, advanced degree preferred with a minimum of one year experience in prospect research experience, development, fundraising, financial analysis, and/or relevant experience in an academic setting. Strongly prefer candidates with understanding of and competency with the Association of Professional Researchers for Advancement (APRA) Basic Skill Sets and knowledge of prospect management systems and processes.

How to Apply: The ASU Foundation offers competitive compensation, benefits including medical, dental and vision insurance; a 401(k) plan and reduced tuition at ASU. If interested in the prospect researcher position, please apply online at www.asufoundation.org/careers.
The ASU Foundation for A New American University is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Accountant - New Pathways for Youth, Inc. (Phoenix)
Date Added: 4/11

Description: New Pathways for Youth is seeking an experienced accountant to help them achieve greater efficiencies in a growing organization. They are results-driven, Phoenix-based organization providing best-practice based mentoring to the community’s most marginalized children. Candidates will be part of a great team and at a critical and exciting time in the organization’s lifecycle. The accountant will perform a well-rounded platform of basic accounting duties for their agency, including:

  • Process accounts payable and accounts receivable
  • Prepare and post general ledger journal entries
  • Reconcile all balance sheet accounts
  • Track all restricted funds and related expenses
  • Support the budgeting process
  • Assist in the annual audit and produce monthly financial reports

Qualifications:

  • Degreed professional, preferred.
  • Nonprofit accounting experience, preferred.
  • In depth understanding of Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivables, Restricted Donations, Payroll and General Ledger processes, policies, procedures, files and internal controls
  • Knowledge of regulatory tax requirements, including IRS 1099 reporting requirements and payroll tax requirements
  • Working knowledge of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP)
  • Strong organizational skills; detail- and deadline-oriented; good multi-tasking skills; responds to management direction and ability to function independently
  • Trustworthy with confidential material and information

How to Apply: Please apply by e-mail only to info@npfy.org. Attach your cover letter, resume and references.

Chief Development Officer - Central Arizona Shelter Services (Phoenix)
Date Added: 4/11

Description: The chief development officer is a member of the senior leadership team at Central Arizona Shelter Services (CASS) and is responsible for development, coordination, implementation, and management of all aspects of agency’s fundraising efforts, as well as the collaborative fundraising activities in partnership with the Human Services Campus (HSC) and Lodestar Day Resource Center (LDRC). Highly competitive benefits package including health and welfare benefits, a 403(b) retirement plan with employer match, generous PTO plan and 8 paid holidays.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent and minimum of ten years' experience in senior fundraising position, minimum of three of those in leadership role, or an equivalent combination of education and experience which might include a successful background in sales or resource development.
  • Must have experience leading marketing plans and activities to support revenue attainment, be familiar with private and public sector grant processes and be highly skilled overseeing donors, volunteers, and community relations.
  • He/she must have strong presentation, interpersonal, and business communication skills, be proficient in Microsoft Office Suite and database management.
  • Passionate advocate of gaining support to end homelessness.
  • Special consideration given to applicants with advanced degree in nonprofit management, business, marketing, public relations and media management experience.
  • Ability to build and maintain cohesive team and experience managing complex collaborative efforts to achieve organization-wide results.

How to Apply: Submit cover letter, resume, salary history and references to:
manderson@cassaz.org
Mary Anderson SPHR
Human Resources Manager
Central Arizona Shelter Services
230 S 12th Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85007
602-256-6945 X 1013

Crew Member - The Color Dash (Scottsdale)
Date Added: 4/11

Description: They are looking for able bodies to travel with the Color Dash to help with setup and tear down of the Color Dash and UV Splash Dash 5k runs. They travel throughout the Southwest, partnering up with local charities and putting on 5k runs. All travel is covered by the Color Dash. Must be able to wake up early.

Qualifications:
No experience needed if you have a good work ethic.

How to Apply:
Please send them your resume to zolson@thecolordash5k and include why you think you would be a good fit for the job.

Assistant to Executive Director/Fundraising Communications - Lost Our Home Pet Foundation (Tempe)
Date Added: 4/11

Description: This position includes all aspects assisting the executive director with a large emphasis on fundraising communications and marketing for the company. This position encompasses a great deal of writing, including grant writing, newsletters, thank you notes, fundraising appeals, and more. This is a fast paced environment where organization, communication, database maintenance, computer and interpersonal skills, along with excellent writing skills are essential for success.

  • Providing administrative support to the Exec Director including marketing, communications, programs, fundraising, shelter operations and board related duties.
  • Accurately maintaining a comprehensive fundraising database, and training and working with volunteers to help with any of the responsibilities as needed.
  • Creating and coordinating Lost Their Home’s communication efforts. Coordinate the production, distribution, and maintenance of correspondence and appeals in support of ongoing fundraising and programmatic activities.
  • Maintaining all aspects of marketing, branding and communication efforts to increase public awareness, adoptions, donations and volunteer opportunities.
  • Assisting with e-mails, phone calls, creating departmental files and reports, preparing documents for meetings and completing other duties and tasks as assigned.

Qualifications:

  • Excellent writing skills, including grant writing (samples required)
  • Three or more years of experience working in a marketing or fundraising department of a nonprofit.
  • Knowledge of marketing strategies, practices and media operations.
  • Knowledge of fundraising including fundraising principles, messaging and techniques
  • Ability to build and maintain a comprehensive donor database
  • Skill in analyzing and preparing reports
  • Strong MS Office skills, digital marketing, and computer skills
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Ability to multi-task in a complex and diverse environment
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Ability to work independently, multi-task, set priorities and meet deadlines
  • A strong identification with the mission, vision and values of Lost Our Home Pet Foundation

How to Apply: All interested candidates must submit a cover letter along with a resume to Jodi@LostOurHome.org.

Accounting Manager - Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce (Phoenix)
Date Added: 4/10

Description: The accounting manager is responsible for all accounting functions of the Chamber, including payroll, accounts receivable, accounts payable, cash flow, budget preparation and financial statement preparation.

Primary / Essential Job Duties:

  • Supervise the Accounting Clerk.
  • Maintain general ledger chart of accounts.
  • Coordinate and perform the month-end close process, including preparation of journal entries to record accruals, reclassifications, deferrals and prepaid items.
  • Work with other departments to identify and prepare monthly journal entries to record in-kind transactions.
  • Reconcile bank statements on a monthly basis.
  • Prepare and review financial statements.
  • Prepare annual budget and forecasts.
  • Act as primary liaison for external auditors and tax preparers.
  • Monitor cash flow.
  • Manage payroll functions, including the timely processing of recurring and special payrolls and also changes in employee payroll deductions, 401(k) plan contributions and benefits elections. Maintain related employee benefits analysis schedules.
  • Assist with HR related functions.
  • Assist in developing and administering employee benefits.
  • Establish and implement internal controls and policies and procedures.
  • Maintain contracts and legal agreements files.
  • Prepare schedules for Finance Committee, Executive Committee and Board of Directors meetings.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

  • Requires a minimum of 5 years’ experience in accounting.
  • Prefer a bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance.
  • Individual needs to have strong computer skills including knowledge of Microsoft Office and accounting software.
  • Individual must have the ability to work independently and multi-task.

How to Apply: Submit by e-mail your resume, a letter of interest and three work-related references to:

Kathy Chance, Executive Assistant to the President and CEO

Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce

201 N. Central Avenue, 27th Floor

Phoenix, AZ 85004

E-mail: kchance@phoenixchamber.com

Director of Finance - A New Leaf (Mesa)
Date Added: 4/7

Description: The ideal candidate for the director of finance will possess the highest standard of professional behavior and abide by the principles governing A New Leaf including codes of conduct, ethics, and professional standards.

  • Directing the maintenance of general and subsidiary ledgers, accounts receivable, revenue distribution, depreciation, cost, property, operating expenses, and insurance records.
  • Supervise and participate in the organization and processing of contracts and grants awarded to the agency.
  • Oversees budget preparation of contracts and grants.
  • Assists in the development and implementation of goals, policies, priorities, and procedures relating to financial and contracts management, budget, accounting, and payroll.
  • Directs internal audits involving review of accounting and administrative controls.
  • Establishes system controls for new financial systems and develops procedures to improve existing systems.
  • Coordinates preparation of external audit materials and external financial reporting.
  • Reviews Collaborate with VP, Operations and other assigned staff to keep corporation and all subsidiaries in compliance with licensure, accreditation and contract conditions/standards financial statements with management personnel.
  • Ensure checks and balances and internal controls.

Qualifications: Requires a bachelor’s in Finance, Accounting, or a closely related field, and four ( years or more of business development and contract experience, plus a broad managerial experience in behavioral health care, either in provider systems and or managed care. The highest ethics on all financial reports and accounting standards is required.

Observe all ethical principles and standards of your profession and assume and carry out clinical and administrative functions consistent with local, state, and federal laws and regulations.

How to Apply: Submit cover letter and resume with salary requirements to TTaj@turnanewleaf.org or COrr@turnanewleaf.org or mail to A New Leaf, 868 E. University Dr., Mesa, AZ 85203.

Grants Writer/Manager - Southwest Human Development (Phoenix)
Date Added: 4/7

Description: They are seeking a grants writer/manager for corporate and foundation grants. The manager will also support development functions through assistance with corporate partnerships, event sponsorships, marketing, and other fundraising efforts as a member of the development team.

Researches grant opportunities relevant to program needs; conducts research with key stakeholders to verify grant matches and recommends action. Prepares and writes grant application, using information provided by program staff, in accordance with requirements of funder. Submits grant applications and tracks status. Develops and maintains relationships with current and potential funders. Writes grant reports using information gathered from program staff. Organizes all relevant contact information, boilerplate language, data and funder information in centralized files for future reference.

Position is offered full-time with an excellent benefits package. Southwest Human Development is an equal opportunity employer.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree and previous nonprofit grant writing experience required.
  • Strong writing, communication and analytical skills, as well as proficiency in Microsoft programs and experience with donor databases required.
  • Valid Arizona Fingerprint Clearance Card OR must qualify for a valid Arizona Level One Fingerprint Clearance Card.

How to Apply: E-mail resume to kkuntz@swhd.org, or; for more information about the agency, the job opening, and to apply online, visit their Careers page at www.swhd.org/careers.

Director of Development - ASU Foundation for A New American University (Glendale)
Date Added: 4/7

Description: Located on ASU’s vibrant West campus, the New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences brings together the best of both a small-college experience – with its close personal relationships – and a top-tier research university – with its cutting-edge research faculty. The college is comprised of three schools and a graduate studies program: School of Humanities, Arts and Cultural Studies; School of Mathematical and Natural Sciences; and School of Social and Behavioral Sciences.

The director of development is a development professional who works collaboratively with the ASU Foundation for A New American University (ASUF) and with New College to create and lead a sustainable development program and secure significant philanthropic investments. The director reports jointly to the ASUF vice president for development and to the dean. The director serves as a member of the ASUF development team and the college’s leadership team. The director must be able to enthusiastically and accurately represent the college to a variety of constituents while working collaboratively to secure philanthropic investments to benefit ASU and New College.

Qualifications:

  • Collaborative style, combined with the ability and desire to work in a team-based environment
  • Ability to maintain a high degree of confidentiality and responsibility regarding information related to Foundation and University business and confidential prospect information
  • Strong and collegial interpersonal skills and an ability to communicate effectively in person, in writing, and by phone
  • Knowledge of principles and techniques of development/fundraising, preferably in higher education
  • Able to secure personal appointments and qualify new prospects
  • Demonstrated achievement in securing philanthropic investments
  • Demonstrable experience in stewardship plans leading to additional investments

Education:

  • Bachelor’s degree and five years of successful professional development and/or fundraising related experience, preferably in higher education.

How to Apply: For more information on the ASU Foundation, visit their Website at www.asufoundation.org.  If interested in the director of development - New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences position, please apply online at www.asufoundation.org/careers.

The ASU Foundation for A New American University is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Program Accountant - United Way of Tucson and Southern AZ (Tucson)
Date Added: 4/7

Description: This position performs accounting work for grant funded programs within United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona. Employee works independently according to United Way policies and procedures with support from the supervisor. Position reports to the Controller. This position is subject to the availability of grant funds.

Note: This is a grant-funded position.

Responsibilities:

  • Fiscal Administration of State and Federal Grants
  • Knowledge of State and Federal grant fiscal requirements including all pertinent OMB circulars.
  • Ability to review and reconcile grant expenses to general ledger and adjust postings as necessary.
  • Work with United Way Program staff in the overall administration of the grants, including preparation of financial statement and budget tracking tools and any other reports as requested.
  • Track grants receivables and advances.
  • Accounting Administration
  • Reporting for grants as requested
  • Research of outstanding checks
  • Confirm payments to agencies when requested by independent auditors.
  • Provide excellent customer service as a component of all job duties.
  • Administrative Functions
  • Performs duties in accordance with UWTSA policies and procedures such as attending staff meetings, completing accurate and timely timesheets and expense reports.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in accounting or finance from an accredited university or college, four years of progressively responsible professional level accounting experience, not-for-profit preferred.
  • Knowledge of the accepted principles and practices of accounting and auditing and their application to fund accounting systems.
  • Demonstrated skills: audit investigations; ability to prioritize, manage and complete multiple tasks under time sensitive deadlines; Windows-based software, Microsoft Office Suite.
  • Demonstrated excellent written/verbal communication skills, including clear, concise, and accurate written documents, grammar, spelling, and selection/organization of appropriate presentation method/vehicle.
  • Demonstrated ability to maintain a flexible work schedule and adjust it as required by changing activities.
  • Demonstrated ability to travel to work in a variety of locations throughout the metropolitan Tucson area whenever required.

How to Apply: E-mail resume and cover letter to: hr@unitedwaytucson.org. Please reference position title when applying.

Grants Coordinator - Central Arizona Shelter Services (Phoenix)
Date Added: 4/7

Description: Central Arizona Shelter Services (CASS), a nonprofit 501 (c)(3) and the largest provider of shelter to homeless adults in Arizona. For information about CASS, please visit their website at www.cassaz.org. The grants coordinator is responsible for assisting the agency to achieve its mission by seeking funds from foundations, corporations, organizations and government agencies.
Responsibilities:

  • Carry out the agency’s mission, philosophy, goals and objectives.
  • Work closely with Grants Manager and Chief Development Officer to increase grant support for CASS and affiliates.
  • Identify and research foundations, corporations, organizations, and government entity grants.
  • Research, write, and submit persuasive letters, proposals and reports.
  • Follow up with funders to ensure relationships are maintained.
  • Provide support for existing grants and contracts.
  • Develop and maintain resource files of pertinent proposal materials, grant opportunities, and maintain detailed and highly organized print and electronic filing system.
  • Assist Development Department plan, execute and support fundraising and public relations events.
  • Represent CASS to external civic, government and corporate entities.
  • Participate in agency development initiatives and events.

Qualifications:

  • Minimum of a bachelor’s degree in an area complementary to the field of grant writing, fund development, marketing, and/or public relations.
  • Minimum of 2 years paid experience in fund development, including grant writing.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills to effectively work with internal and external groups regarding grants, public relations and fund raising.
  • Analytical skills necessary to understand and illustrate agency programs, plans, strategies, budgets and reports.
  • Analytical skills necessary to evaluate grant program performance and report findings to management and funders.
  • Advanced time management and organizational skills.
  • Knowledge and demonstrated success in the areas of grant proposal analysis and submittal, accounting principles, statistical analysis, Microsoft Office and Fund Development software.
  • Ability to plan, organize, market, and execute successful grants

How to Apply: Submit letter of interest and resume to manderson@cassaz.org

Accountant/Financial Reporting - Arizona Community Foundation (Phoenix)
Date Added: 4/3

Description: This is a full time exempt position that functions as part of the ACF Financial Services Team.

Essential Job Functions:

  • Prepare financial information for ACF dashboard
  • Prepare financial reports as requested
  • Manage and proof the financial data component of fund statements
  • Record activity of outside broker accounts to general ledger
  • Manage fund closing processing
  • Manage reconciliations to the general ledger monthly
  • Arizona Corporate Commission Annual Report filings
  • Assist with annual audit and IRS Forms 990
  • Prepare analysis of general ledger accounts as needed
  • Prepare financial information for annual report

Qualifications:

  • This person must be a team player and must be detail oriented
  • Bachelor’s degree in Finance or Accounting
  • CPA required
  • Minimum 5 years accounting and/or audit experience
  • Knowledge of large automated financial and accounting reporting systems
  • Experience with nonprofit or fund accounting methods
  • Strong communication skills, verbal and written
  • Strong technology skills, including expertise with Microsoft Excel
  • Excellent presentation and organization skills

How to Apply: Please send resume with cover letter and salary requirement to Sharon Ellis at sellis@azfoundation.org no later than Monday, April 28, 2014.

Senior Director of Development - ASU Foundation for A New American University (Tempe)
Date Added: 4/3

Description: The W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University is seeking a senior director of development who will lead its comprehensive development program. The senior director is responsible for managing a team of development professionals, building a pipeline of committed alumni and donors, and securing philanthropic investments that support the school’s priorities. An externally-focused development professional, the senior director works closely with leadership from the ASU Foundation and the dean’s office and will report jointly to the vice president of development and the dean.

The W. P. Carey School of Business is one of the largest business schools in the United States with more than 1,500 graduate students. 9,000 undergraduates, and 90,000 alumni. For the seventh year in a row, the W. P. Carey School of Business ranks top 30 nationwide among full-time MBA programs. The school’s evening MBA program also ranks in the top 20 among part-time MBA programs and its online MBA # It is also recognized in several other graduate-level specialties, including ranking third for supply chain/logistics and 12th for information systems. Now in her second year, Dean Amy Hillman already has demonstrated her commitment to development and advancement, logging some 53,000 miles in her first year to meet alumni and business leaders in the U.S. and China.

Qualifications:

  • Demonstrated achievement in securing philanthropic investments
  • Knowledge of principles and techniques of development/fundraising in higher education
  • Strong and collegial interpersonal skills and an ability to communicate effectively in person, in writing, and by phone
  • Self-starter able to secure personal appointments and qualify new prospects
  • Problem solver who can take initiative and set priorities while being flexible
  • Team-oriented strategist able to effectively manage complex situations involving numerous and sometimes competing constituencies
  • Belief in the vision of ASU as the New American University
  • Ability to prepare complex and detailed proposals and related materials
  • Bachelor’s degree in a related field and ten years of successful development experience, preferably in higher education; OR, Any equivalent combination of education and experience from which comparable knowledge, skills and abilities have been achieved.

How to Apply: For more information on the ASU Foundation, visit their Website at www.asufoundation.org or the W.P. Carey School of Business at http://wpcarey.asu.edu/.

If interested in the senior director of development - business position, please apply online at www.asufoundation.org/careers.

Foundation Accounting Specialist - Universal Technical Institute Foundation (Scottsdale)
Date Added: 4/3

Description: In an effort to help change the world, one life at a time, the accounting specialist will perform a variety of specialized accounting functions specific to a nonprofit organization. An ideal candidate for this position will have nonprofit accounting experience. This unique position will afford the right candidate the opportunity to see first-hand how lives can be positively changed through hands-on technical education.

Principle Accountabilities:

  • Prepares deposits and check requests to pay scholarship/grant awards and bills
  • Manages accounts payable and receivable
  • Maintains records/invoicing for pledges
  • Maintains depreciation schedule for fixed assets and UTI schedule of donated services
  • Prepares month-end reimbursement request to include: matching funds; expenses and payroll donations.
  • Completes month-end, quarter-end and year-end close processes
  • Prepares financial statements for month-end, quarter-end and year-end with notes
  • Monitors fund balances and communicate status with Foundation management and campus personnel
  • Maintains records and gather/provide documentation required for annual financial audit
  • Maintains Master Vendor List in preparation of Form 1099 Reporting
  • Form 1099 reporting/filing working with UTI Tax accounting group
  • Develops and implement standard operating procedures
  • Makes recommendations for enhancing the Foundation’s system of internal controls and/or processes

Qualifications:

  • High School diploma / GED required
  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance preferred (nonprofit focus)
  • 5 years of related experience or 1-3 years Nonprofit Accounting experience
  • Experience working with IRS form 990 preferred but not required
  • Working knowledge of GAAP

Skills

  • Strong computer skills and knowledge of personal computer software applications including Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook as well as experience with QuickBooks and Donor management software (DonorPerfect Online Preferred but not required).
  • Strong interpersonal communication skills both verbal and written including the ability to deal with a variety of personalities in a professional manner
  • Excellent customer service, communication and organizational skills
  • Ability to multi-task in a fast paced environment with tight deadlines
  • Analytical skills required to identify and resolve problems effectively

How to Apply: Please apply online at UTI Careers. Here is a direct link to the job posting:

https://careers.peopleclick.com/careerscp/client_uti_edu/external/gateway.do?functionName=viewFromLink&jobPostId=5985&localeCode=en-us

Accountant - Arizona Community Foundation (Phoenix)
Date Added: 4/3

Description: This is a full time exempt position that functions as part of the ACF Finance Team.
Essential Job Functions:

  • Prepare payroll input using ADP Workforce Now
  • Prepare various reports required upon completion of each payroll
  • Reconcile supporting organization bank accounts
  • Reconcile the section 125 bank account
  • Maintain general ledger and accounting for accounts receivable, billings and invoices
  • Upload annual budget information to the accounting database
  • Serve as backup to various financial services functions including gift entry, acknowledgement letter production, grants processing and accounts payable

Qualifications:

  • To perform successfully the essential functions of this position, candidate must have:
  • Bachelor’s degree in Finance or Accounting
  • Three years’ experience in ADP Workforce Now
  • Knowledge of large automated financial and accounting reporting systems
  • Experience with nonprofit or fund accounting methods
  • Excellent customer service skills
  • Strong communication skills, verbal and written
  • Computer skills including the Microsoft Office Suite
  • Be detail oriented and maintain a high level of accuracy, dependability and organizational skills
  • Work effectively in a team environment with a willingness to assist team members
  • Actively participate in process improvement and promote a collaborative work environment

How to Apply: Please submit resume with cover letter and salary requirement to Sharon Ellis, Human Resources Manager, at sellis@azfoundation.org no later than Monday, April 28th, 2014.

Development Officer - Child and Family Resources, Inc. (Phoenix)
Date Added: 3/31

Description: The development officer is responsible for the identification, cultivation and solicitation of individuals, foundations and corporations for philanthropic support of child and family resources (CFR) in Phoenix. Reporting to the VP of fund development, the position designs and implements a comprehensive development strategy, leverage existing relationships to secure individual gifts, create the fundamental systems for a best practices fundraising program and implement events to support the development function.

  • Designs and implements a comprehensive fund development strategy to secure corporate, foundation and individual contributions.
  • Identifies, cultivates and solicits prospects and donors.
  • Develops and presents corporate sponsorship proposals.
  • Leverages existing relationships to secure individual gifts and works with senior leadership to identify and cultivate prospects and donors.
  • Manages donor acknowledgment.
  • Oversees the Event Coordinator to ensure the successful outcome of events.
  • Organizes donor tours and educational opportunities to communicate the needs of the Maricopa Center for Adolescent Parents (MCAP) and the agency.
  • Develops and implements a successful direct mail program.
  • Coordinates print, web and social media designed to promote development efforts.
  • Establishes a volunteer fund development committee to achieve specific fundraising goals.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree with four years of professional level experience in development required. CFRE certification a plus.
  • Demonstrated success in development for a nonprofit, fundraising from multiple donor channels and meeting annual fundraising goals.
  • Experience leading a volunteer fundraising committee.
  • Demonstrated success in developing working relationships with committee members, staff, volunteers and donors.
  • Excellent public speaking and presentation skills.
  • Experience developing and executing fundraising, public relations and outreach plans and budgets.
  • Ability to effectively communicate CFR’s mission and case for philanthropic support.
  • Donor database experience, preferably Raisers Edge.
  • Experience with social media for marketing and fundraising campaigns.
  • Extensive computer skills in Microsoft Office Suite

How to Apply: For complete position description, visit www.childfamilyresources.org. Please submit resume, cover letter and salary requirements to tcormier@cfraz.org or fax to 602-234-3943.

Staff Accountant - Neighborhood Housing Services of Phoenix, Inc. (Phoenix)
Date Added: 3/27

Description:

  • Process and post vendor invoices and payments using the accounts payable system, posting client cash receipts to the appropriate general ledger accounts and reconcile various general ledger accounts with the Servicer 3D(Mortgage) Loan Servicing System's borrower/investor subsidiary ledgers.
  • Assist the finance manager with the monthly accounting closing process and other assigned financial analysis.
  • Position requires ability to exercise independent judgment.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance.
  • At least two years of accounting experience preferably in a nonprofit or government agency assisting with monthly general ledger account reconciliations and month-end closing process.

How to Apply: Please send resumes via e-mail attention to Ramona Aceves at raceves@nhsphoenix.org.

Senior Manager - Make-A-Wish America (Phoenix)
Date Added: 3/27

Description: Reporting to the director of corporate alliances, this position serves as the point-person and manager of assigned accounts and provides leadership and supervision to the account management team. The team is accountable for developing, managing, cultivating and implementing major national corporate alliances which provide funding, mission-critical in-kind resources, employee activation, wish-related elements and promotional opportunities to benefit the foundation through sponsorship, marketing, cause-related promotions and special events. Individually manages national sponsorship accounts that generate in excess of $5 million+.

  • Manages staff, workflow, account assignments, cultivation and sponsorship strategies and sales/renewal negotiations.
  • Works with clients to implement consumer and employee promotional platforms and strives to successfully implement all aspects of the contractual alliance.
  • Cultivates current major national corporate clients in order to sustain and increase continued fundraising and in-kind, mission-critical resources.
  • Utilizes consultative selling and negotiation skills to renew and secure national corporate sponsorship programs, ensuring corporate relationships are mutually beneficial for all parties involved. Collaborates with legal counsel when necessary.
  • Facilitates approval of corporate client’s program collateral materials while ensuring proper use of the Make-A-Wish name, marks, Better Business Bureau disclosure and UBIT guidelines.

Qualifications:

  • Excellent written and verbal communication, public speaking, sales and presentation skills.
  • Ability to deal with confidential donor/client/employee relationships.
  • Computer skills with a working knowledge of Microsoft Office and the World Wide Web; Raiser’s Edge experience desired.
  • Knowledge of Better Business Bureau and UBIT standards regarding charitable accountability desired.
  • Exceptional customer service skills.
  • Ability to travel frequently for job-related duties.
  • High standards of ethics in conducting job-related activities.
  • Team player.
  • Able to handle multiple projects under pressure.

How to Apply: For immediate consideration, apply online at https://jobs.wish.org/epostings/ Submit resume and cover letter online to: Human Resources, Make-A-Wish® America. EOE

Accountant II - Maricopa Community Colleges (Phoenix)
Date Added: 3/27

Description: Temporary part-time (20 hours/wk) April-June 2014. Applicant will provide a wide range of administrative support and advanced professional level accounting work. Varied nature of assigned areas of financial responsibility for the resource development division and Foundation office. Performs other related duties as assigned.

Essential Functions:

  • 50% Plans, administers and executes the functions and processes of the general accounting system for the Foundation.
  • 25% Resolves complex accounting issues, including year-end accruals and preparation of client documentation for 501C3 independent audit.
  • 15% Monitors and reconciles investment of assets and all banking functions
  • 10% Preparation of routine financial reporting to management and Foundation Finance Committee and Foundation Board of Directors

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in accounting or finance
  • Five ( or more years’ experience in nonprofit accounting
  • Experience with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and nonprofit accounting principles and practices, including audit rules and regulations
  • Experience working with multiple partner agencies

Desired:

  • Experience using Financial Edge and Raiser's Edge software
  • Three ( or more years’ experience in fund accounting at an educational institution or foundation
  • Supervisory experience
  • Policy and procedures writing experience
  • Experience working with Finance Committees and nonprofit boards

How to Apply: Resume and references to mary.oconnor@domail.maricopa.edu. No phone calls please. Deadline April 1, 2014.

MCCCD is an EEO/AA Institution and an equal opportunity employer of protected veterans and individuals with disabilities.

Controller / Office Manager - Arizona Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics (Phoenix)
Date Added: 3/27

Description: This position manages organizational processes, financials, and human resources for the Arizona Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics.

Primary Responsibilities/Duties:

  • Work closely with Executive Director to support financial and organizational management. Responsible for supplying management any and all financial information necessary for making policy decisions. Is responsible for the timely filing of taxes and any leasehold and contractual obligations. Responsible for all accounting functions: budgeting, cost accounting, general accounting, accounts receivable, accounts payable (including payroll, benefits, etc.), purchasing, and information technology services. Oversight of human resources functions.
  • This is not an exhaustive or comprehensive listing of job functions. May perform other duties as assigned.
  • Program support for financial management, HR and related services; clerical support

Qualifications:

  • To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.
  • Ability to work and communicate well with others, and work independently, with minimal supervision.
  • Organized and self-motivated with ability to multi-task effectively.
  • Must be able to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing, using the English language.
  • Experience with QuickBooks.
  • Experience with financial forecasts and cash flow projections.
  • Demonstrated proficiency with MS Office products, especially Word, Excel, Access and Power Point.
  • Professional in appearance and demeanor at all times.
  • Nonprofit financial management experience required
  • Bachelor’s degree in business and a minimum of 5 years’ experience -OR -
  • Master’s in Business Administration with minimum 3 years’ experience –OR-
  • 5-7 years’ management experience in nonprofit administration.

How to Apply: Please send your resume to azaapjobs@azaap.org. Open until filled with first review in 2 weeks. Visit their website at www.azaap.org/Career_Center to learn more about their organization.

Chief Financial Officer - Primavera Foundation (Tucson)
Date Added: 3/24

Description: Please see the job posting/description in its entirety by visiting the Employment Opportunities page on their website, www.primavera.org.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in finance, accounting, or business administration
  • Eight years of progressively responsible experience in a senior financial leadership role, partnering with executive staff and board of directors
  • Comprehensive leadership experience at the senior level in the financial management of an organization
  • Demonstrated knowledge and expertise in applying Generally Accepted Accounting Principles
  • Significant experience in and demonstrated expertise in accounting, including sophisticated fund and grant accounting, compliance, and reporting
  • Excellent and timely verbal and written communication skills
  • Valid driver’s license, clean driving record for purposes of organizational insurance coverage, and proof of financial responsibility for use of personal vehicle
  • Ability to successfully complete background check process.

How to Apply: To apply for this opportunity, please submit a cover letter and resume via e-mail to jobs@primavera.org.

Micheal Boulden Memorial Internship - ASU Foundation (Tempe)
Date Added: 3/20

Description: The Micheal Boulden Memorial Internship is a paid, year-long position that will serve in partnership with the ASU Foundation for a New American University (ASUF) development team to learn development fundamentals, gather product and industry knowledge, and help to cultivate alumni and friends. The position is dynamically involved with all areas of the Foundation, helping the organization to become more efficient, effective and innovative. The intern will maintain confidential prospect data accuracy and integrity, compile analysis reports, research program opportunities, create distributable handouts, and be involved with donor solicitations and strategies. The intern also has the opportunity to accompany gift officers on prospect visits, plan and attend donor-related activities, interact weekly with a mentor and foster relationships with all levels of development professionals. Experience can be gained in proposal creation, development strategy, events management, data management and project management.

This position will require approximately 20 - 30 hours per week.

Qualifications:

  • Participate in creating strategic initiatives
  • Compile analysis reports
  • Maintain confidential prospect data
  • Apply for industry awards
  • Research program opportunities
  • Actively participate in the prospect management and tracking system and maintain prospect data with accuracy and integrity
  • Interact weekly with a mentor and foster relationships with all levels of development professionals
  • Collaborative style, combined with the ability and desire to work in a team-based environment
  • Ability to maintain a high degree of confidentiality and responsibility regarding information related to Foundation and University business
  • Strong and collegial interpersonal skills and an ability to communicate effectively in person, writing, and by phone
  • Problem solver who can take initiative and set priorities while being flexible
  • Advanced skills with computers, Microsoft Office Suite (Outlook, Word, Excel, Power Point)
  • Desire to build career in major gifts fundraising

How to Apply: Current undergraduate or graduate students at ASU are encouraged to apply.

For more information on the ASU Foundation, visit their website at www.asufoundation.org.Please read complete job description and apply online at www.asufoundation.org/careers.

The ASU Foundation for A New American University is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Staff Accountant - Arizona Opera (Phoenix)
Date Added: 3/20

Description: Arizona Opera a well-established nonprofit organization located in downtown Phoenix, is seeking a part time experienced Staff Accountant. This position will provide daily financial support to the department and working closely with and be directly supervised by the Chief Financial Officer.
Major Duties and Responsibilities

  • Apply the fundamental principles and practices of accounting, utilizing QuickBooks.
  • Manage and reconcile all balance sheet accounts on a monthly basis.
  • Record necessary journal adjustments.
  • Prepare and maintain various excel schedules as needed.
  • Bi-monthly payroll.
  • Accounts payable processing.
  • Assist in preparation of end of month financial statements and cash reports.
  • Assist with year-end close, including documents for annual audit.
  • Communicate with other departments.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting.
  • Three years’ Nonprofit Accounting Experience.
  • Three years’ experience with the QuickBooks.
  • Demonstrate strong organizational skills, utilizing the tools available in QuickBooks to maximize efficiency.
  • Demonstrated data entry skills.
  • Ability to communicate effectively at multiple levels, with both the spoken and written word.
  • Ability to prioritize and perform multiple tasks and respond quickly to changing priorities.
  • Strong Microsoft Office applications skills (Word, Excel, Outlook)
  • Ability to work independently and as a member of a team, demonstrating flexibility and interpersonal skills.
  • Strong work ethic a must.
  • Valid Arizona Driver’s License and current automobile insurance.

How to Apply: Please send resume, cover letter, salary requirements and references to humanresources@azopera.org.

Major Gifts Officer - ACLU Foundation of Arizona (Phoenix)
Date Added: 3/20

Description: The ACLU Foundation of Arizona is seeking an experienced major gifts officer (MGO) to secure funds for the organization by developing and managing a portfolio of donors and prospects, each with an estimated capacity to give between $2,500-$50,00 The MGO is responsible for qualifying new prospects and building relationships between the people in her/his portfolio and the ACLU to maximize their financial support of their work.

In addition to soliciting leadership gifts, the MGO also will explore planned giving opportunities and solicit special campaign gifts. The MGO will spend a significant amount of time directly interacting with donors – both in and out of the office – while also helping donors fulfill their passions and interests through their giving to the ACLU. The MGO will be directly responsible for administering a portfolio and tackling administrative tasks within the department.

For a complete position Description: http://acluaz.org/about-them/employment

Qualifications:

  • Minimum 5 years of experience in nonprofit fundraising, with progressive responsibility and a proven track record of soliciting, closing, and stewarding major gifts in the $10K-$50K range. Experience soliciting planned gifts is also preferred.
  • Excellent interpersonal, oral, and written communication and presentation skills. -Demonstrated ability to simplify complex themes and activities into a short, compelling presentation or written piece.
  • Strong people skills. Effective interpersonal and communication abilities. The ability to communicate effectively and respectfully with donors, board members, volunteers, staff, and the general public.
  • Strong organizational and administrative skills, ability to prioritize and manage multiple projects and to meet deadlines.
  • Ability to develop long-term plans, set objectives, and track progress toward achieving objectives.

How to Apply: Send resume/cover letter w/your interest and how you meet qualifications. Include “Major Gifts Officer” in subject line and please note where you found this job posting. Please include a copy of a short piece that you wrote, preferably for fundraising purposes. E-mail: info@acluaz.org. Mail: ACLU of Arizona, PO Box 17148, Phoenix AZ 85011

Full Charge Bookkeeper - Temple Emanuel of Tempe (Tempe)
Date Added: 3/20

Description: Temple Emanuel of Tempe seeks a full charge bookkeeper who is personable, organized and a team player. Candidate must be detail-oriented and able to multi-task, prioritize and work under deadlines.
Duties include:

Accounts Receivable

  • Working closely with Membership Specialist to prepare and distribute member statements utilizing their member database
  • Seasonal and event billings
  • Process payments and donations
  • Handle all banking needs

Accounts Payable

  • Maintain general ledger
  • Code and enter vendor and expense invoices
  • Run checks and make online payments

Payroll

  • Prepare and process timesheets for hourly employees
  • Process semi-monthly payroll
  • Post entries to G/L
  • Prepare and distribute year-end tax statements
  • Track employee vacation and sick time

Reporting

  • Work with Executive Director and Vice President of Finance to prepare financial statements, including but not limited to income statement, balance sheet, statement of cash flows, and year-end reports.

Other

  • Monitor cash flow
  • Reconcile monthly bank statements
  • Prepare reports for budgetary purposes
  • Manage questions and inquiries via e-mail, phone and in person
  • Monthly bank reconciliations for all accounts
  • Monthly credit card reconciliations
  • Special projects and other duties as assigned

Qualifications:

  • Minimum three years nonprofit and/or religious organization bookkeeping experience
  • Ability to maintain strict confidentiality and communicate in a professional manner with staff, congregants and vendors
  • Self-starter who is comfortable and eager to utilize new methods and technology
  • Proficiency in Excel
  • Knowledge of accounting software Cyma helpful but not required

How to Apply: Please submit cover letter and resume to Beth Olson, Executive Director, at beth@emanueloftempe.org or 5801 S. Rural Road, Tempe, 85283.

Controller - Arizona Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics (Phoenix)
Date Added: 3/20

Description: This position manages organizational processes, financials and human resources for the Arizona Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics.

  • Responsible for supplying management any and all financial information necessary for making policy decisions.
  • Is responsible for the timely filing of taxes and any leasehold and contractual obligations.
  • Responsible for all accounting functions: budgeting, cost accounting, general accounting, accounts receivable, accounts payable (including payroll, benefits, etc.), purchasing, and information technology services.
  • Oversight of human resources functions.

This is not an exhaustive or comprehensive listing of job functions. May perform other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

  • Ability to work and communicate well with others, and work independently, with minimal supervision.
  • Self-motivated and organized with an ability to multi-task effectively.
  • Must be able to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing, using the English language.
  • Experience with QuickBooks.
  • Experience with financial forecasts and cash flow projections.
  • Demonstrated proficiency with MS Office products, especially Word, Excel, Access and Power Point.
  • Nonprofit financial management experience required
  • Bachelor’s degree in business and a minimum of 5 years’ experience -OR -
  • Master’s in Business Administration with minimum 3 years’
  • 5-7 years’ management experience in nonprofit administration

How to Apply: Please send your resume to azaapjobs@azaap.org. Open until filled with first review in 2 weeks.

Manager/Director of Fundraising and Operations - Expect More Arizona (Phoenix)
Date Added: 3/18

Description: The manager/director of fundraising and operations is responsible for providing leadership to EMA’s fundraising efforts and operational systems. The position is responsible for designing and a fundraising plan and fulfilling strategies to meet quarterly and annual fundraising goals. This position will also provide support to the chief operating officer in managing organizational finances and supporting general operations.

Read the full job description - http://www.expectmorearizona.org/about-us/careers/managerdirector-fundraising-operations/

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree required, advanced degree preferred.
  • At least 5 years of experience in a related position or field.
  • A demonstrated passion for Expect More Arizona’s mission and improving education in Arizona.
  • Demonstrated ability and successful history in writing successful grants, corporate proposals, and in managing fundraising operations.
  • Demonstrated experience and ability to manage and support internal nonprofit and financial operations.
  • Knowledge of nonprofit, IRS, GAAP, and other regulations is preferred.
  • Highly organized and detail oriented. Self-starter. Problem-solver.
  • Strong written and verbal communications skills. Able to write compelling communications for fundraising. Ability to convey complex ideas through brief, simple materials.
  • Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously with a high attention to detail.
  • Ability to handle sensitive information and demonstrate good judgment.

How to Apply: Send resume and cover letter, including salary history, to Erin Hart at erin@expectmorearizona.org. No phone calls will be accepted. Resumes will be accepted on a rolling basis until the position is filled.

Major Gifts Officer - Valley of the Sun United Way (Phoenix)
Date Added: 3/18

Description: This position is a part of the Resource Development team with the responsibility for managing a principal gifts portfolio. He/she will also have programmatic responsibilities for planned giving. The person in this role will successfully develop and implement critical strategies resulting in the achievement of short and long-term fundraising goals as identified in the VSUW strategic plan. Key responsibilities include effectively prospecting, cultivating, soliciting, securing, stewarding, recording and reporting major and planned gifts to ensure donor centricity

Qualifications:

  • BS/BA in Marketing, Business, Nonprofit Management or related field. A minimum of five plus years’ experience in resource development, fundraising, planned giving, sales or related field.
  • Must have planned giving knowledge and interest in expanding planned giving expertise.
  • Proficient in public speaking, writing, and presentation skills, both one-on-one and publically.
  • Track record of creative problem-solving, setting and meeting goals, strategic thinking, resourcefulness, and able to meet strict deadlines,
  • High degree of professionalism that requires the use of courtesy, tact, discretion, honesty and integrity.
  • Adapts strategy to changing conditions and communicates changes effectively.
  • Strong analytical and summation skills with the ability to summarize data into common language and develop relevant and compelling reports.

How to Apply: Interested applicants can submit their application online at http://jobs.vsuw.org/major-gifts-officer/job/4426388 or by submitting resume and cover letter to staffing@vsuw.org. Please include your salary requirements. Thank you for your interest in Valley of the Sun United Way.

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Box Office Manager - Ballet Arizona (Phoenix)
Date Added: 4/7

Description: The box office manager manages the operations of all ticket sales including the implementation and maintenance of customer database. The box office manager works to maximize ticket sales, increase and maintain customer loyalty, perform financial reporting functions and perform all data analysis.
Responsibilities Include but are Not Limited to:

  • Manages box office employees, including seasonal help, while staying within a strict budget both at office and performance venue
  • Sets up all events, subscription packages, and discounts in Tessitura and updates the ticketing portion of the BAZ website as needed
  • Creates and runs customer lists and extractions from Tessitura
  • Creatively assesses BAZ ticketing needs with a focus on accurate reporting of patron data; recommends, selects, and helps locate appropriate solutions based on customer needs and desires
  • Produces accurate daily sales reports and reconciles with Finance
  • Oversees all aspects of ticketing including subscription, single ticket and group sales, complimentary tickets, gift certificates, etc.
  • Maintains knowledge of current sales and promotions, policies regarding payment and exchanges, and security practices
  • Runs the box office with a high degree of customer service orientation so as to maintain excellent public relations with patrons.

Qualifications:

  • High school diploma or equivalent is required; bachelor’s degree preferred
  • 3-5 years related experience in database management, preferably with Tessitura
  • 3+ years of Box office/ticketing managerial experience
  • Proven record of outstanding customer service
  • Excellent speech clarity and active listening skills
  • Competency in the use of Microsoft Excel, Word, and Outlook
  • Ability and willingness to work irregular and flexible hours is required
  • Experience with demand pricing, social media marketing and promotions is preferred

How to Apply: Please visit www.balletaz.org for more information about their organization and this opportunity. If you are interested in this position, please e-mail your resume and cover letter to cchatawanich@balletaz.org with "Box Office Manager" in the subject line.

Mentor Recruiter - New Pathways for Youth (Phoenix)
Date Added: 4/3

Description: New Pathways for Youth’s (formerly Greater Phoenix Youth at Risk) mission is to make possible new futures for their children and youth through mentoring and value driven programs. Since 1989, NPFY has served youth experiencing poverty, homelessness and challenging life circumstances. Their programs are research based and focus on building trust in adults, maintaining or improving academic achievement, building better familial relationships, and increasing essential life skills such as decision making and goal setting.

At NPFY, they are transforming lives through mentoring.

The mentor recruiter has responsibility for recruiting volunteer mentors to the agency’s mentoring programs, ensuring outreach and recruitment activities meet specified objectives in quantity and eligibility criteria. The mentor recruiter develops and implements a mentor recruitment plan to meet program objectives with proven effective strategies, specifically outreaching and engaging corporations, social/civic/faith groups, etc. while promoting an organization culture that values volunteerism. The mentor recruiter actively participates in evaluation of recruitment strategies and modifies activities to meet target goals.

Qualifications:

  • Minimum of bachelor’s degree in relevant field of study such as social work, education, or nonprofit leadership OR minimum of two years’ experience in positions requiring outreach, project coordination, volunteer management and like responsibilities
  • Knowledge of Phoenix corporate, faith, and civic group communities
  • Community outreach and volunteer management experience preferred
  • Must be available Monday-Friday from 8 -4:30 p.m.; some weekend and evenings required
  • Minimum of 21 years old and valid AZ driver’s license
  • Department of Public Safety Fingerprint Clearance
  • Dependable vehicle with proof of current registration and valid insurance
  • Eligible to work in the United States of America

How to Apply: Send resume and cover letter with salary requirements to cmcclendon@npfy.org.

Marketing, Communications and Web Manager - Fresh Start Women's Foundation (Phoenix)
Date Added: 4/3

Description:

  • Manage annual marketing campaign designed by the marketing committee of the Board.
  • Develop and implement marketing strategies to support individual, corporate and annual giving.
  • Research and analyze trends in marketing and social media to keep Fresh Start on top of trends.
  • Provide and implement PR and marketing support for all fundraisers,(Gala, Golf and others)
  • Write and produce all programs for golf, gala and all major fundraising activities.
  • In coordination with the Board Marketing committee, uphold the Fresh Start marketing plan.
  • Develop PR strategy opportunities. Take the lead on story development for all event and center story ideas, etc.
  • Write and produce Fresh Start’s quarterly newsletter ensuring the focus is towards donors.
  • Prepare in proper format the CEO Insiders quarterly report for distribution via e-mail
  • Oversee and update content on Fresh Start website.
  • Create and write Fresh Start e-mail blasts.
  • Maintain and enhance Fresh Start’s Social Media sites including Facebook, Twitter and Global Giving
  • Maintain and enforce brand standards
  • Prepare a template for donor/sponsor proposals and help with the writing of the content for proposals.
  • Assist with writing all thank you letters for golf, gala, EV events, donor and 3rd party events. Keeping these updated each year.
  • Maintains Online Resource Center

Qualifications:

  • At least 3 years of experience in marketing, communications, public relations or related field
  • At least 3 years of experience in the management and/or development of a website
  • Minimum of a bachelor’s degree in a related field
  • Strong computer skills in MS word, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint, Blogger, Word Press, Google Analytics and web design programs

How to Apply: Please send cover letter and resume to sberman@fswf.org.

Regional Marketing Coordinator - Arizona Community Foundation (Phoenix)
Date Added: 3/27

Description: Arizona Community Foundation seeks regional marketing coordinator to support the chief business development and brand officer, communications manager, and marketing and events manager in communications/marketing activities with an emphasis on serving ACF’s regional affiliates across AZ. Position is based in Phoenix but travels by car to Yuma, Prescott, Sierra Vista, Sedona and Flagstaff. Approx. 40% in-state travel required.
Primary Responsibilities:

  • Producing collateral materials for ACF and affiliates, including advertisements, announcements, flyers, brochures, banners, newsletters, logos, invitations, event collateral and stationery.
  • Primary liaison to affiliates for local marketing, communications and PR needs, coordinating with communications and philanthropic services teams as necessary to prioritize work, generate and follow production schedules, produce marketing materials and monitor budget parameters.
  • Production of eNewsletter, eAlerts, electronic communications for affiliates. Managing content for affiliate websites, social media pages and other online communications channels.
  • Collaborating with events staff to develop promotional materials for ACF- and affiliate-sponsored events and meetings.
  • Serving as creative services liaison to internal and external customers in the development of marketing/communications materials.
  • Serving as liaison with outside agencies and vendors when necessary to complete projects.
  • Producing all projects on time and on budget.

Qualifications:

  • Two to five years of communication experience within a company or nonprofit organization workplace; bachelor’s degree in communications, public relations, journalism or related field.
  • Proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign), HTML, Dreamweaver, and Microsoft Office products including PowerPoint and Word.
  • Experience/knowledge in mass electronic communications and tools.
  • Strong experience and interest in social media and online collaboration.
  • Newsletter production and website management experience a plus.
  • Nonprofit sector experience a plus.
  • Solid oral and written communications skills, ability to analyze, think critically and to explain alternatives clearly.
  • Excellent customer service and communication skills.
  • Excellent spelling, grammar and punctuation skills.
  • Strong knowledge of advertising and marketing concepts and typography.
  • Self-starter with decision-making abilities.

How to Apply: Full job description can be found on ACF website at www.azfoundation.org

Please submit resume with three writing and/or design samples (or a link to your online portfolio) to Sharon Ellis, Human Resources Manager, at sellis@azfoundation.org, by Monday, April 14, 2014.

Communications Associate - Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation (Scottsdale)
Date Added: 3/27

Description: The communications associate is responsible for assisting with external communications to the public and media, internal communications to members and “insiders,” and outreach and research related to Foundation communication activities. This position works closely with the director of communications to execute a variety of activities that promote and enhance the profile and public awareness of Taliesin, Taliesin West, the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture and Foundation programs and initiatives.

Qualifications:

  • Associate's degree or equivalent from an accredited two-year college in a closely related field and two years' experience with communications and social media; OR four years’ communications and social media experience; OR equivalent combination of education and experience resulting in comparable knowledge, skills, and abilities.
  • Solid writing, editing, and research skills including ability to produce professional documents with minimal errors.
  • Computer proficiency in MS Office, Internet and e-mail, and social media.
  • Ability to professionally interact with a diverse range of constituents, including staff, Legacy Fellowship, students, volunteers, Board members, donors, community leaders, journalists, vendors, tour guests, and the general public. Effective speaking and active listening skills.
  • Demonstrated flexibility and ability to work effectively individually or as a team member in a fast-paced environment with shifting priorities and unexpected events.

How to Apply: For a complete position description, please see http://franklloydwright.org/about/Employment.html. Qualified applicants are encouraged to send a cover letter and resume to hr@franklloydwright.org. Priority consideration will be given to applications received by April 9, 2014.

Donor and Community Liaison - St. Vincent de Paul (Phoenix)
Date Added: 3/27

Description:

  • Responsible for identifying and organizing new donor opportunities and campaigns to involve the community in supporting the mission of St. Vincent de Paul.
  • Responsible for keeping chief development officer apprised of the status of donor relations and opportunities.
  • Represents the Society at various public functions, as needed. Occasional public speaking and media interviews will be required.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in marketing, development or related field
  • Community, public relations and development experience, including the development and implementation of marketing campaigns.
  • Previous experience working/volunteering with Phoenix Diocesan Council a plus.
  • Mature professional with exceptional people skills. Ability to listen and to determine donor preferences and needs.
  • Must be a self-starter, able to work with little supervision, have excellent follow through, and excellent people skills.
  • Requires attention to detail and excellent organizational skills. Must be proficient in the use of Windows and Office software. Additional computer skills are beneficial.
  • Will be required to work some weekends and holidays.
  • Must have own transportation.
  • Physical requirements include standing, walking, sitting, speaking, hearing, seeing, keyboard entry, writing, pulling up to 20 pounds, and lifting up to 30 pounds.

How to Apply: Please go to: https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/at-jobopportunities.php?clientkey=891598E6CAE8775EB75F4351C87965E6 or visit www.stvincentdepaul.net and scroll to the bottom of the page and click on the "Careers" tab.

Communications Coordinator - DrugFreeAz.org (Phoenix)
Date Added: 3/24

Description: DrugFreeAz.org, the nonprofit leader in substance abuse prevention and education is looking for an enthusiastic, positive, and collaborative professional to support the organization’s needs for creative writing, website updates and management, social media and overall support to the program team.

Position requires a “task master” with attention to detail and follow-up, strong written and verbal communication skills, highly organized to handle multiple projects under deadlines in a fast paced environment.

Qualifications:

  • Work closely with the program director and staff, vendors, community members and volunteers to support all aspects of program development and delivery and organizational priorities.
  • Write and coordinate the delivery of their monthly eNewsletter; write proposals, reports and correspondence as needed.
  • Manage, write, and update the website, You Tube, blog and social media sites (FB, Twitter); provide analytic reports and recommendations for improvement and expanding outreach.
  • Represent the organization at community activities/events as needed.
  • Coordinate public service announcement media distribution.
  • Perform administrative tasks including scheduling, managing the program calendar and database, assisting the program team with logistics for trainings.
  • Meet goals and objectives as agreed, comprehensively reviewed, and subject to modification.
  • Special projects as assigned by the program director and/or CEO.
  • More information: http://drugfreeaz.org/about/employment

How to Apply: Click here to apply.

Marketing Design Coordinator - Boys and Girls Clubs Metro Phoenix (Phoenix)
Date Added: 3/24

Description: They seek a web and graphic design coordinator to assist their marketing and communications department.

  • Responsible for website, online communications and online fundraising campaigns.
  • Develops, creates, and maintains and finalizes graphic art, photography and layout design for advertising, promotions, brochures, event collateral, e-mail solicitations, websites, sales collateral, printing specifications and all other materials.
  • Assists with social media including Facebook, Twitter and YouTube along with the creation of videos and visual design for sites.
  • Must have familiarity with analytics and stay current on emerging trends in both print and web.
  • The ability to stay organized and multi-task in a fast-paced environment is essential.
  • This position works independently and participates in a team environment which requires strong interpersonal skills.

Qualifications:

  • They require demonstrated experience practicing superior creativity in graphic design principles, layout and typography skills.
  • dvanced level coding in HTML, CSS, PHP, Javascript and some Flash is a plus.
  • Extensive experience creating, maintaining and updating WordPress CMS sites and Plugins, accessing FTP servers and maintaining databases.
  • Proficient use of Adobe Create Suite 6, (Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign and Dreamweaver) required.
  • Knowledge of Blackbaud's Spark and Raisers Edge a plus.
  • Familiarity with marketing campaigns, online merchandising and fund raising is preferred.

How to Apply: Please send resume and cover letter to Lariana Forsythe: lforsythe@bgcmp.org

Communications Coordinator - Ryan House (Phoenix)
Date Added: 3/20

Description: Ryan House is the Arizona's only nonprofit that provides respite, palliative and end-of-life care in a home-like setting for Arizona children facing life-threatening conditions. Established in 2004 with the House opening in March of 2010, the organization has quickly become a leader in pediatric palliative care, which addresses not only physical pain but also the emotional, spiritual and social needs of the child and family. Ryan House is operated in partnership with Hospice of the Valley, a national leader in hospice care that has been serving the Phoenix metropolitan area since 197 Through the partnership, Ryan House and Hospice of the Valley employs compassionate, skilled professionals who are committed to excellence, enjoy teamwork and contribute daily to their mission and culture of caring. Team members experience a friendly, supportive atmosphere, leadership support, autonomy, flexibility and the privilege of doing meaningful, rewarding work.

Qualifications:

  • Responsible for planning, development and implementation of all of Ryan House’s marketing strategies, marketing communications, and public relations activities, both external and internal.
  • Oversees development and implementation of support materials and services in the area of marketing, communications and public relations.
  • Coordinates at the strategic and tactical levels with the other functions of Ryan House.
  • Responsible for creation of a favorable profile image with all media (press, radio, television, magazines, etc.).
  • The position requires a team orientation, working with staff from various departments and from the Ryan House’s support organizations to coordinate publicity and promotions, publications, development initiatives, membership communications, and a positive public image.
  • The coordinator of communications has considerable public and trustee contact, and helps to represent Ryan House to the community.

How to Apply: Hospice of the Valley is an equal employment opportunity employer. Please apply via their website http://www.hov.org/careers.aspx

Director of Marketing - Foundation for Blind Children (Phoenix)
Date Added: 3/20

Description: Foundation for Blind Children (FBC) is a high profile, nationally recognized nonprofit recently featured on FOX's "The O'Reilly Factor," NBC's "Today" Show, and in Arizona Highways magazine, USA Today and the Arizona Republic. Established in 1952, FBC serves over 2,000 blind and visually impaired students of ALL ages, from birth to currently 102 years old with three Valley campuses. Their preschool for blind children is the largest in the country and they are the leader in the blind community for new and innovative teaching methods. The vision of the Foundation for Blind Children is a world where vision loss is a diagnosis, not a disability.

Qualifications: The successful candidate has at least 5 years’ experience in sales, marketing or donor development and manages multiple areas including marketing, print collateral, media relations and donor stewardship. The ideal candidate manages multiple tasks, maintains organization but reacts quickly to new situations. He/she must have the ability to work a room and able to influence, negotiate and listen to Fortune 500 CEOs, high net-worth persons and Foundation personnel as well as grandmothers, volunteers and blind children.

  • Deepen partnerships with 20 existing corporate donors including increasing donations and spearheading new job opportunities for their blind teenagers and adults
  • Secure corporate sponsorships Night for Sight and Stride for Sight
  • Coordinate all collateral printing, tax credit campaign.

How to Apply: Please e-mail resumes to: saleman@seeitourway.org

Fax: 602-678-5803

Phone: 602-337-8271

Foundation for Blind Children
1235 East Harmont Drive
Phoenix, AZ 85020

Director of Licensing and Product Development - Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation (Scottsdale)
Date Added: 3/20

Description: The director of licensing and product development oversees all Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation and School of Architecture licensing agreements for commercial and noncommercial use, and maintains and expands the Licensee and Historic Site programs to generate royalty income to perpetuate the legacy of Wright’s body of work through the Frank Lloyd Wright Collection.

  • Supports CEO and COO with regard to contract negotiation and partners with external legal counsel, Paralegal, and licensing staff in protecting the Foundation’s intellectual property.
  • Partners with Collections and Exhibitions staff and museum partners in decisions regarding archival/collections or materials.
  • Supervises the Paralegal, Licensing Product Administrator, and Licensing Administrative Assistant.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in relevant field from an accredited college or university or equivalent experience
  • Five years’ related experience
  • Knowledge of word processing, database management, and spreadsheet software
  • Dynamic, flexible, and committed team player
  • Strong interpersonal skills, excellent written and oral communication skills, a hands-on management style, and the ability to address and solve problems and issues with diplomacy as they occur
  • Strong organizational skills and attention to detail
  • Ability to effectively work and communicate with a wide range of people, including vendors, the public, donors, and others
  • Ability to analyze available information for the purpose of coordinating efforts and planning and implementing projects
  • Familiarity with the architecture and designs of Frank Lloyd Wright and mission of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation and the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture.

How to Apply: For a detailed position description, please see http://franklloydwright.org/images/uploaded/2014_Licensing_Director_posting.pdf. Qualified applicants are encouraged to send a cover letter and resume to hr@franklloydwright.org by April 25, 2014.

Community and Volunteer Coordinator - Family Involvement Center (Phoenix)
Date Added: 3/18

Description: Their organization is a nonprofit agency serving families of children with mental health challenges. They are developing their volunteer program through an initiative called Community Time Exchange.

  • Performs a wide variety of administrative and supportive activities that include building partnerships among families, outreach activities, and follow-up.
  • Lead coordinator of the volunteer program, Community Time Exchange. Membership processing and upkeep of Time and Talents software, written materials, member evaluations, and member files.
  • Volunteer recruitment, retention, and recognition. Member engagement and orientation, quality control; member satisfaction and remediation, if necessary.
  • Primary point of contact for families/individuals interested in time banking.
  • Coordinate special projects and social events in connection with the Community Time Exchange.
  • Assist the Development and Communications department with general marketing through all normal media channels and public presentations.
  • Initiate and maintain ongoing professional contacts with community organizations.
  • Community Outreach: Develop new relationships in the community while managing existing ones. Conduct presentations and organize meetings to promote the Community Time Exchange while building relationships with agencies, organizations and networking group.
  • All other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

  • Detail-oriented, organized person
  • eExcellent verbal and written communication
  • Strong customer service skills
  • Proficiency with Excel and other Microsoft products
  • Experience with leading a project from start to finish and enjoy developing processes and relationships with people
  • Ability to speak Spanish is a plus
  • Experience with a time exchange or other volunteer coordination is a plus, but not required.

How to Apply: Please send your resume to: hr@familyinvolvementcenter.org

Communications Associate and Executive Assistant - Arizona College Scholarship Foundation (Phoenix)
Date Added: 3/18

Description: This position is responsible for a variety of day-to-day organizational communications, and managing administrative functions for the CEO and other senior staff. The role will provide highly-responsible activities of a confidential nature, including coordination of Board of Directors meeting and activities. The position requires exceptional written and verbal communications skills, and the ability to utilize those through a variety of traditional and electronic channels (social media, web, print, e-mail). The position requires exceptional organizational skills, flexibility, experience in adapting to dynamic priorities, and the ability to produce high quality work product. Experience in digital marketing, publishing, and/or writing is a plus.

Qualifications:

  • Develop and use a full understanding of the post-secondary education space and relay data / information to help achieve organizational goals
  • Assist in the management of web, social media, and other content in alignment with the communications and marketing plan
  • Create / coordinate brand, messaging, awareness, and engagement communications, including interaction with vendors and partners
  • Organize and assist in execution of fundraising campaigns
  • Assist in drafting donor reports, grant reports and requests
  • Perform complex and confidential assistant functions including executive calendar management, interaction with external executives; coordinate meetings; executive communications via e-mail and phone
  • Research and summarize data for reports, correspondence and presentations
  • Act as a liaison with stakeholders, prioritizing requests for information and contact
  • Organize / administer Board committees, meetings, and Member needs

How to Apply: Salary-Dependent upon experience and FLSA–Exempt. Submit cover letter, resume, and three professional references to info@azcsf.org

or mail to ACSF, Attn: Director of Operations, 4040 E. Camelback Road, #220, Phoenix, AZ 85018-8361

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Data Administrator - Arizona Community Foundation (Phoenix)
Date Added: 4/10

Description: The data administrator is responsible for data consistency, integrity, relationship and accuracy across all databases. Assist database manager to analyze staff needs for information and maintain the data to facilitate efficient retrieval and use.
Essential Job Functions:

  • Accurately input new data from multiple sources and update profile information as received from returned mail, e-mail, and phone calls
  • Audit profile data daily for accuracy and ensure standards are applied
  • Audit and maintain profile affiliations daily to define the contact relationship
  • Maintain cross profile relationships within the database(s)
  • Develop and document data entry and data management processes for organization
  • Develop training materials and train all staff on data integrity/requirements
  • Perform on-going analysis of data to maintain clean, efficient database(s)

Qualifications: Extensive knowledge of database logistics is essential to the primary responsibilities of this position. Knowledge of ACF business practices and ability to extract captured data to assist staff in providing services to contacts. Intermediate to advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office applications. A minimum of 3 years’ experience working with database applications is necessary.

How to Apply: Please submit resume with cover letter and salary requirement to Sharon Ellis, Human Resources Manager at sellis@azfoundation.org no later than Monday, April 28th, 2014.

IT Coordinator - Fresh Start Women's Foundation (Phoenix)
Date Added: 3/20

Description: This position is part-time. Under the direct supervision of the CEO this position oversees all function of Fresh Start IT Environment by ensuring the domain, network, applications, printers and all IT environments are operational and all equipment is in working order.

  • Create and maintain an IT inventory with replacement schedule.
  • Create an IT plan with IT mapping, ensures that all computers are operational. Purchases new computers by ensuring the best purchase price and the equipment meets the intended use.
  • Oversees the maintenance of equipment, copiers, printers, telecom, servers and security.
  • Creates a Technology budget identifying upcoming needs with associated costs to be included in the budget process.
  • Works independently and within a team on special non-recurring and on-going projects.
  • Maintains Sharepoint and Office 36 Add/remove users, forward e-mails, reset passwords when needed, grant permissions on Sharepoint for users
  • Monitors IT Help Desk in Sharepoint and resolves issues.
  • Recycles all used equipment to valley recycling company.
  • Ensure network security using Sonic firewall.
  • Setup appropriate users on the VPN for access.
  • Keep current with Microsoft Volume Licensing products and apply for other products when available.
  • Add and remove users in Active Directory
  • Checks backups daily to ensure all files are backed up
  • Familiar with TechSoup.org to procure discounted software for nonprofits

Qualifications:

  • Must be a strong verbal communicator and able to provide advanced written communications.
  • Polished professional appearance and behavior at all times.
  • Provide exemplary customer service to employees and other users of the network.
  • Must be able to work independently and learn quickly on the job. Ability to maintain Windows servers.

knowledge, skills and abilities:

  • Windows server installation and on-going maintenance.
  • Knowledge of DNS, Active Directory, DHCP, Cisco routers, wireless access points, TCP/IP, Symantec Backup Exec, print servers, SharePoint and Office 365 administration.
  • Symantec Endpoint Protection yearly renewal and installation.
  • Software application installations in a network environment and troubleshooting for users.
  • Upgrading computers/software.
  • Maintaining phone system.
  • Repair of computer equipment when necessary.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office products.

How to Apply: Please send cover letter and resume to sberman@fswf.org.

Database Manager - Arizona Community Foundation (Phoenix)
Date Added: 3/18

Description: The database manager will analyze staff needs for information and maintain all data to facilitate data retrieval and use in support of organizational goals.

Essential Job Functions:

  • Develop and maintain comprehensive program for database management
  • Audit all data in the system for accuracy and consistency
  • Perform research on current and prospective donors.
  • Research ACF donor base in support of development, donors services and programmatic cultivation.
  • Develop and create queries and custom reports including financial reports.
  • Develop and enforce compliance with policies and procedures to ensure data quality, integrity and reporting standards.
  • Provide internal support and professional development training and technical support for databases and processes.
  • Design, write and implement reports and management dashboards using Crystal Reports and other reporting tools.
  • Conduct and interpret data analysis.
  • Supervise Data Entry Clerk and ensure quality of data entry.

Qualifications: To successfully perform the essential functions of this position, the incumbent must have:

  • A college degree and minimum five years’ experience.
  • Management/supervisor experience preferred.
  • Extensive knowledge of database logistics.
  • Experience in teaching and training informally and in workshop formats is preferred.
  • Knowledge of ACF business practices and ability to extract captured data to assist staff in providing services to contacts.
  • Intermediate to advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office applications.
  • Must have exceptional customer service skills; excllent organizational and communication skills, written and verbal; the ability to work in a multi-task environment.

How to Apply: Please submit resume with cover letter and salary requirement to Sharon Ellis, Human Resources Manager at sellis@azfoundation.org no later than Monday, April 28th, 2014.

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Legal Director - ACLU Foundation of Arizona (Phoenix)
Date Added: 3/27

Description: The ACLU Foundation of Arizona seeks a dynamic legal director to lead and expand its legal program, including developing and litigating high-impact cases and managing the ACLU of Arizona’s legal department. The legal director will be responsible for setting the overall legal strategy to advance the ACLU of Arizona’s mission, as well as handling the day-to-day management of legal staff, including two full-time attorneys, one part-time attorney, a paralegal, numerous legal fellows and interns, and cooperating attorneys who take ACLU cases pro bono. The legal director is a critical member of the organization’s senior management team and reports directly to the executive director, providing strategic leadership on both litigation and non-litigation legal advocacy in priority areas of immigrants’ rights, voting rights, reproductive rights and LGBT equality. In addition, the legal director works in close coordination with their outreach, advocacy and communications team, as well as with the national ACLU staff, to advance policy goals. This is a remarkable opportunity for an experienced, visionary attorney to build on the success of the premier civil liberties and civil rights organization in Arizona.

Qualifications:

  • 8-10 years of trial and appellate litigation experience at the state and federal levels, including class actions, with a strong background in constitutional, civil rights and criminal law litigation
  • Arizona bar admission
  • Demonstrated commitment to civil rights and civil liberties consistent with the mission and goals of the ACLU
  • Senior level litigation management experience in recruiting, training, managing and motivating a diverse, high-performing litigation team
  • Demonstrated record of moving legal cases forward at all levels of the judiciary, with experience working with clients from diverse constituencies
  • Experience working closely with a volunteer board of directors and nonprofit organizations, including allies from across the political spectrum.

How to Apply: Submit cover letter, resume, a legal writing sample, and 3 professional references to info@acluaz.org. Inc. “Legal Director Search” in subject line; specify how you heard about posting. Mail:Legal Director Search, ACLU of AZ, PO Box 17148, Phoenix, AZ 85011. For detailed instructions on how to apply, visit their website: acluaz.org/about-us/employment.

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Driver Assistant - Casa de los Niños (Tucson)
Date Added: 3/20

Description: The driver assistant position supports the operations of the Casa de los Niños Thrift Super Store by assisting the driver with donation pick-ups and purchase deliveries; sorts and prices donated merchandise; and assume the driver’s duties during periods of absence.

Qualifications:

  • The position requires excellent human relations and organizational skills.
  • Ability to read and write in English.
  • Prioritize and complete multiple tasks and read and follow street directional maps.
  • Must be capable of driving a 2 ton cargo type truck; able to lift/move extremely heavy items such as pianos with the aid of a piano or furniture dolly; ability to use lift gate on truck and hand trucks and able to lift a minimum of 100# using hand truck.
  • Must have the ability to properly secure and distribute donated merchandise; and be able to distinguish useable from non-useable donations.
  • Must have a clean driving record, valid Arizona driver’s license and qualify for insurance coverage by the agency’s automobile insurance carrier.

How to Apply: Please send application/résumé to hollyf@casadelosninos.org. Casa de los Niños Administrative Offices are located at 1101 N.4th Ave., Tucson, AZ 8570 Employee Benefits include United Health Care medical insurance, dental and life insurance, Employee Assistance Program and 401(k) Retirement Plan.

Facility Specialist - Children's Museum of Phoenix (Phoenix)
Date Added: 3/20

Description: The facility specialist responds to the general maintenance, building services, day to day security, and visitor safety of the Children’s Museum of Phoenix. Additional duties include minor repairs, painting and deep cleaning. This is a physically active and team-oriented role requiring walking and standing for long periods of time, bending and lifting, and janitorial duties. Some weekend, night and holiday hours are required.

  • Wipe clean windows, walls and doors in throughout the museum
  • Respond promptly to requests to safely cleanup spills and accidents including bodily fluids and excrement
  • Clean hand prints from mirror donor wall and glass associated with staircase and atrium overlook
  • Thorough cleaning of tables, chairs, floors in eating areas
  • Empty all trash bags including the front yard
  • Empty diaper pails
  • Check restroom supplies and request inventory as needed
  • Building maintenance and repairs
  • Ensure all A/V equipment is functional and in place as required for meetings, conferences and events
  • Understanding of preparation and procedures necessary to ensure the safety of those on the property as well as the property itself
  • Assists in implementing security/ emergency procedures for the Museum
  • Assist visitors/staff in case of emergency
  • Sustain an open, supportive, and collaborative relationship with all members of the Exhibits and Facilities Team
  • Ensure high standards for janitorial services

Qualifications:

  • Minimum 2 years’ experience of related day porter/janitorial work
  • General knowledge of basic cleaning procedures and techniques
  • Ability to work quickly, effectively and responsibly without constant direction
  • Customer service skills, and the ability to interact courteously with visitors and staff
  • Comfortable working around children and large crowds
  • Working knowledge of power and hand tools, electric repair, painting and fabrication skills
  • Good communication skills
  • Customer service skills, and the ability to interact both courteously and firmly with visitors
  • Working knowledge of safety regulations as they apply to technical processes

How to Apply: E-mail your resume with three professional references in word or as an adobe pdf to jobs@childmusephx.org using the job title you are applying for as your subject. All attachments must be submitted with your first initial and last name, for example j.doe resume and cover letter.

Special Events Staff - Children's Museum of Phoenix (Phoenix)
Date Added: 3/20

Description: The event staff at the Children’s Museum of Phoenix provides operational functions before, during, and after events. Event staff assists with on-site set-up and take down, and other roles. Event staffers are temporary employees used on a per event basis. This position represents the museum in a professional manner as well as interacts positively with event attendees. The museum hosts a wide array of events including birthday parties, weddings, holiday parties, fundraisers, corporate events and meetings, etc. Compensation is $10.00

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Assist in the set-up and take down of events
Assist in general janitorial and sanitizing tasks in order to restore the building before and after events to its original state
Follow written and verbal directions as they are given from other staff and supervisors
Provide excellent customer service throughout the duration of events
Assist maintenance and concession staff in any duties they may need help with throughout the event
Other duties may be assigned to meet event needs

Qualifications:

  • Consistent weekend availability as well as ability to work late shifts
  • Consistent access to communicate via e-mail/text messaging for scheduling and event communication
  • Self-motivated to work quickly, efficiently and safely to complete physical work in a short amount of time
  • Strong organizational, multi-tasking and problem-solving skills a must
  • Excellent customer service
  • Work effectively with Museum event attendees, volunteers and staff
  • Professional and appropriate dress/demeanor (per dress code)
  • Ability to lift boxes and equipment
  • Friendly and outgoing team member with a "we'll make it happen" attitude

Education/Training/Experience:

  • High school graduate or equivalent
  • Event/hospitality experience strongly desired or direct customer service in a fast-paced environment
  • Technical (A/V equipment, stage theater) experience beneficial
  • Must pass a background check

How to Apply: E-mail your resume with three professional references in word or as an adobe pdf to jobs@childmusephx.org using the job title you are applying for as your subject. All attachments must be submitted with your first initial and last name, for example j.doe resume and cover letter.

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Senior Companion Program Manager - Our Family Services (Tucson)
Date Added: 4/11

Description:

  • Oversees and ensures effective, quality service provision in program area
  • Plans, schedules, and leads monthly in-service trainings for up to 50 people, including senior companions, speakers, and guests
  • Plans and coordinates several special events involving senior companions (such as MLK Day of Service) each year
  • Develops and sustains collaborative relationships with an advisory council and staff of partner agencies
  • Initiates new program and practice ideas
  • Initiates and actively participates in problem solving with agency administration
  • Responds in a timely manner and cooperates fully with Development in preparation of funding proposals
  • Submits all required program reports, including fiscal and billing information, in a timely manner
  • Understands and satisfies the requirements and needs of both Their Family and the Corporation for National and Community Service as a primary funding partner

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in a related field strongly preferred, plus 4 years’ related experience. Some experience must specifically be in working with elders. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.
  • One year staff supervision and managerial experience
  • Bilingual (English/Spanish) highly preferred as up to 20% of volunteers are monolingual Spanish speakers
  • Eligible to receive and maintain state fingerprint clearance
  • Excellent public speaking skills and comfortable regularly presenting to large groups

How to Apply: Please submit resumes with cover letter to awalther@ourfamilyservices.org

Fax-520-323-9077

For additional job information on this position please go to their website at www.ourfamilyservices.org

Client Advocate – Chrysalis (Phoenix)
Date Added: 4/10

Description: This position is part-time.

  • Report to Director of Residential Services
  • Read and update staff log and bed log at the beginning and end of each shift
  • Review client files and notes from weekly staff meetings weekly
  • Participate as a member of the clinical team in providing services
  • Provide counseling, screening, assessment, and, if necessary, refer crisis phone callers to appropriate referral agencies
  • Perform intake interviews and new client orientation
  • Provide further assessment, crisis counseling and case management as needed
  • Participate in maintaining a clean and useable workspace
  • Maintain an adequate numbers of intake folders
  • Follow Chrysalis policy in regards to donations and assist in sorting donations as needed
  • Demonstrate respect and appreciation to all volunteers, donors, and other community members and organizations
  • Attend monthly, mandatory staff meetings
  • Follow policy regarding shift coverage when taking time off
  • Follow and maintain all ethical and professional guidelines as set forth in Chrysalis’ Policies and Procedures
  • Perform additional tasks as requested by management

Qualifications:

  • Associates degree or equivalent education and experience
  • Experience and/or knowledge of domestic violence and women’s issues
  • Ability to perform Client Assessment and Crisis Intervention
  • Ability to maintain working relationships with supervisor, co-workers, clients and community agencies
  • Ability to communicate well verbally and in writing
  • Ability to utilize effective organizational skills

How to Apply: Please e-mail resume and cover letter to:

ralcaraz@noabuse.org or fax to: 602-955-0165

Program Coordinator - Cancer Support Community Arizona (Phoenix)
Date Added: 4/10

Description:

Program Coordination and Delivery

  • Manages the implementation, continuation, and growth of the following areas of programming:
    • Social
    • Resource and Referral
    • Volunteer Program
  • Facilitate newcomer meetings as needed

Communication and Data Management

  • Create, manage and distribute all Program communication (Calendar, Collateral, Flyers, Website, Facebook, Eblast),
  • Manage and maintain the program database for CSCAZ utilizing Microsoft Excel and MatchMaker
  • Input of data to tracking report and database
  • Manages, maintains, and updates program department mailing lists
  • Provides timely, regular reports to program director

Grant Management and Tracking

  • Manage all Pharma Grants per the Work Plan including grant cycles, requirements, deadlines, reporting, etc.

Reception and Facilities

  • Warmly greets all visitors, guests and participants.
  • Responsible for answering the multi-line phone system, answering questions and directing calls accordingly.
  • Maintain for general tidiness and presentation of the reception area.
  • Maintains kitchen by ensuring dishes and food storage are cleaned properly and promptly, and that the refrigerator is cleaned out every week.
  • Stocks and maintains water, tea, coffee, cups and paper products in the kitchen.
  • Ensure facility is locked and secure Monday-Friday.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in social service or related field preferred
  • One to two years professional office administrative experience preferred

Other Qualifications:

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Moderate to intermediate level of expertise with MicroSoft Office Suite software applications, including word processing, spreadsheets, e-mail and basic database is necessary

How to Apply: E-mail resume to Tracy Thurston at tthurston@cscaz.org

Member and Business Services Coordinator - Arizona Charter Schools Association (Phoenix)
Date Added: 4/7

Description: Works directly with the Association business team to help member schools access cost-effective, high-quality products and services through the Association’s group purchasing programs. This position will also help develop future programs that benefit Arizona charter schools, as well as hone the current programs. The goal is to ensure member satisfaction with the Association’s Corporate Member program offerings, and to engage member schools with other programs and services offered through the Association.

Key duties and responsibilities:

  • Identify needs of Association member schools related to academics and procurement
  • Meet regularly with corporate business partners and supporters to ensure schools procurement needs are being met
  • Assist with cost containment/reduction by implementing the Associations Group Purchasing Program
  • Market current corporate members to Arizona charter schools.
  • Communicate additional Association programs and services to charter schools
  • Engage non-member schools to inform them of the programs and benefits of being a part of the Association
  • Participate in community outreach efforts including schools site visits and regional meeting presentations to build strong relationships with the school communities.
  • Perform administrative duties such as invoicing schools, posting jobs openings, SalesForce updates, and following up on unpaid invoices.
  • Serve as the first point of contact for school questions.

Salary- $35,000-$40,000

Qualifications:

  • Candidates should enjoy working in a results-oriented, fast-paced and entrepreneurial environment.
  • 3 or more years of experience in Association, education or nonprofit environment
  • Proven expertise in marketing, program management, and program development
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills and an ability to communicate to audiences of ten or more people including Board members and Committees.
  • Sales experience with an eagerness to meet aggressive goals
  • Strong attention to detail and ability to quickly grasp the big-picture and think strategically
  • Ability to mitigate conflicts as they arise between schools and business partnerships, and schools and the Association
  • Ability to work collaboratively; willingness to take on new roles/products as needed to achieve program objectives.
  • High level of personal responsibility, initiative and motivation with a coachable attitude

How to Apply: E-mail cover letter and resume to Cameron Quick at Cameron@azcharters.org.

Service Priority Specialist - UMOM New Day Centers (Phoenix)
Date Added: 3/27

Description: UMOM is hiring a full-time service priority specialist to work in their family housing hub. The family housing hub will serve as the coordinated access point for families seeking shelter and housing services in Maricopa County. UMOM is seeking to hire for this position immediately. The person hired will initially work in the UMOM intake office coordinating the service priority list for Phoenix emergency family shelters, intake and orientation for families entering UMOM and assist with case management needs. The position will then transition to the family housing hub which is anticipated to open on July 1 2014. Please see job description and requirements.

  • Meet one-on-one with families to determine eligibility for housing and shelter program based on assessment
  • Provide High Level screening and assessment for all families seeking services
  • Provide in-depth assessment on high acuity households to determine housing and shelter needs
  • Assist with managing Service Priority Lists for all community housing and shelter interventions
  • Provide diversion resources for households not needing shelter or housing interventions
  • Work with partner agencies to manage and maintain Service Priority Lists and program eligibility
  • Obtain all necessary documentation for household program eligibility and facilitate transfer of documentation to accepting partner agency
  • Maintain client files
  • Maintain client confidentiality
  • Complete all required reports according to deadlines

Qualifications:

  • BA, BS in related field or equivalent work experience, demonstrated experience in performing holistic or clinical assessment, prior social services experience, bilingual English/ Spanish required, knowledge of homeless services and housing resources required.
  • Salary 38K- 38K DOE

How to Apply: Send resume and cover letter to Chela Sullivan csullivan@umom.org

Program Manager - One Small Step Inc. (Chandler)
Date Added: 3/27

Description: The program manager is responsible for the daily administration of Clothes Cabin, which provides clothing to people in need. This is a part-time position, 20-24 hours a week over 3or 4 days.

Responsibilities:

  • Attend Governing Board meetings. Prepare reports for Governing Board.
  • Assume all responsibility for operating the clothing bank and boutique. Communicate needs, supervise the flow of donated goods, and monitor quality.
  • Responsible for collection and deposit of sales income. Report income and expenses to Treasurer.
  • Ultimately responsible for volunteer recruitment, training, scheduling, and supervision, though these functions are expected to be managed by a Volunteer Coordinator.
  • Contribute to communications, including electronic newsletter, website, and social media. Represent One Small Step at community meetings. Occasionally speak to groups about the purpose and operations of Clothes Cabin.
  • Maintain a safe, healthy, and attractive facility.
  • Maintain current licenses and inspections.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor of Arts or Sciences degree in business, management, nonprofit administration, public administration, social work, or related discipline;
  • Two or more years of management-level experience within the retail, nonprofit, or public service sectors;
  • OR equivalent combination of education and experience in related/applicable areas.
  • Pass a criminal background check
  • Hold a current and valid Arizona Driver's License
  • The ideal candidate would also have:
  • demonstrable experience in the responsibilities listed above and
  • managing a programmatic or organizational budget of at least $300,00
  • Bilingual (English/Spanish) ability a plus.

How to Apply: Submit résumé and cover letter with salary history to One Small Step, Inc., 1100 N. Alma School Rd., Suite 9, Chandler AZ 85224 or to one.small.step@hotmail.com.

Personal Development Coordinator - Fresh Start Women’s Foundation (Phoenix)
Date Added: 3/24

Description: The personal development department at Fresh Start supports positive growth in women’s self -esteem and confidence. This includes teaching effective communication, learning to maintain personal boundaries, networking skills, goal setting, time management and professional appearance. The personal development coordinator facilitates and/or recruits volunteers to provide workshops and services that educate and encourage women to achieve the department’s purpose.

  • Recruit, manage and train volunteers to provide one-on-one services and facilitate workshops.
  • Create, facilitate and/or audit all Personal Development workshops and classes to ensure they maintain a high level of service to their clients.
  • Ensure that Personal Development volunteers have needed photocopies, tools, office supplies, etc. to deliver high quality workshops and services.
  • Input data and complete monthly reports that show trends and outcomes for Personal Development Department workshops and services.
  • Set up and breakdown the Personal Development room daily pertinent to the day’s activities.
  • Advertise Personal Development workshops and services via various Fresh Start mediums such as the catalog, calendars, Power Point slides, etc.
  • Work closely with Volunteer Coordinator to identify personal development volunteer opportunities.
  • Plan, schedule and implement relevant Family Friday events.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

  • High degree of knowledge related to personal development and life coaching topics. Understand and role model professional appearance.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • Initiative, flexibility and professionalism.
  • Respectfully and effectively, work with a variety of individuals including clients, volunteers, staff, donors and community partners.
  • Understanding and compassion for the barriers Fresh Start clients may be facing and knowledge of what those barriers mean.
  • Effectively multi-task in an organized manner in a fast paced and demanding environment.
  • Work effectively in a team and individual environments.
  • Flexible hours including morning, evening and weekend hours.
  • Dynamic public speaking.

How to Apply: Please submit a resume and cover letter to msneed@fswf.org. No phone calls please. Be sure to put “Personal Development Coordinator” in the subject line.

Volunteer Services Coordinator - Tohono Chul (Tucson)
Date Added: 3/24

Description: Responsible for the volunteer program: recruitment, screening, orientation/training, scheduling and supervision of volunteer and docent corps. Interacts directly and indirectly with the visiting public on a regular basis and plays a key role in ensuring an exceptional visitor experience. Duties involve leadership, planning, administration and supervision. As experience permits, assists in interpreting mission of connecting nature, art and culture in the Sonoran Desert region to members and visitors.

  • Assessment, orientation, placement and scheduling of volunteers and docents
  • Resource support for volunteers and docents
  • Ensure effective working relationships and rapport between staff and volunteers
  • Planning and execution of recognition programs and events to honor volunteer achievements
  • Maintenance of volunteer database and tracking of volunteer activities
  • Preparation and maintenance of volunteer publications and materials
  • Management of on-site Eco-Stations and off-site school Outreach and Speakers Bureau programs
  • Development and execution of recruitment strategies to build awareness of volunteer program while increasing the number of volunteers and docents
  • Coordination of specialized volunteer training with department heads
  • Periodic assessment and retraining of volunteers through continuing education offerings
  • As experience permits assist in presentation of annual docent training program

Qualifications:

Knowledge/Skills

  • Strong organizational skills including time management
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and oral
  • Demonstrated interpersonal skills and ability to work effectively with volunteers and the public
  • Proficiency with Windows 7 and the Microsoft Office suite; experience with desktop publishing a plus
  • Experience with off-server maintained volunteer scheduling program such as Volgistics, preferred

Training

  • A bachelor’s degree in the social or physical sciences, museum studies or related field
  • Two or more years’ experience in coordinating and supervising volunteers
  • Proven success in developing innovative volunteer programs
  • Knowledge of principles of environmental education and interpretive techniques as applied to an outdoor museum setting and/or experience as an interpretive guide, preferred
  • Classroom teaching experience a plus

How to Apply: Submit resume, cover letter, references and salary requirements by April 30, 201 If submitting via e-mail, please attach documents in Word format or as PDFs.

Jo Falls, Director of Education

Tohono Chul

7366 North Paseo del Norte

Tucson, Arizona 85704

jfalls@tohonochul.org

Program and Volunteer Coordinator - Homeward Bound (Phoenix)
Date Added: 3/24

Description: The program and volunteer coordinator will coordinate adult and children’s extracurricular programs, workshops, seminars, and other skill building, social, athletic, and recreational activities. In addition, the program and volunteer coordinator will secure qualified volunteer instructors for educational offerings and required classes, create the calendar of classes and events and coordinate the registration of clients for each offering or event.

Qualifications:

  • At least three years’ experience in coordinating volunteer activities and programs
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office platform (Word, Excel, Power Point)
  • Ability to receive/maintain a Class 1 fingerprint card
  • Valid Arizona driver’s license; ability to be covered by agency liability insurance

Preferred

  • Bachelor’s degree in Communications, Human Services, Education or other related field
  • Minimum of 2 years progressively responsible related work experience in social services, recreation, or education
  • 1 year experience working for a nonprofit organization
  • Experience working with the homeless or impoverished; general knowledge of poverty related social issues and government services
  • Bilingual in English and Spanish
  • CPR and First Aid certification
  • Background check and drug screening required as a condition of employment.

How to Apply: For consideration, please e-mail resume and cover letter to:

Randy Dickason, Director of HR

HOMEWARD BOUND

2302 W. Colter Street

Phoenix, AZ 85015

R.dickason@homewardboundaz.org

Resource Specialist - Fresh Start Women’s Foundation (Phoenix)
Date Added: 3/24

Description: Resource specialists are responsible for providing support to women as they face various life transitions, seek opportunities for new growth, and set personal and professional goals. This position is intensely focused on providing a high level of customer service with a level of empathy and understanding of the diverse situations which bring clients into the center.
Specific Job Responsibilities:

  • Conduct strengths-based intakes with new clients.
  • Provide immediate crisis intervention to clients in need.
  • Assist clients in creating an action plan that links them to appropriate resources.
  • Continuously update community resource database.
  • Support clients in navigating community and state systems.
  • Support staff in de-escalation of clients in Women’s Resource Center as needed.
  • Conduct “Your Fresh Start” agency orientations.
  • Assist in developing partnerships with other service providers and members of the community.
  • Document client interaction appropriately and in adherence to confidentiality standards.
  • Adhere to Social Work standards and ethics.
  • Complete monthly client data tracking reports.
  • May also present workshops and/or facilitate psycho-educational empowerment and support groups.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Social with a minimum of 2 years’ experience in a social service setting or a master’s in social work.
  • Knowledge of nonprofit organizations and issues impacting women required.
  • Basic computer skills and excellent written and verbal communication skills required.
  • Extensive knowledge of community resources required.
  • Bilingual preferred.
  • Skill working with diverse populations required.
  • Must be able to pass a background check and fingerprint clearance.
  • Physical ability to do light moving, set up of classrooms and lifting of boxes weighing up to 30 lbs.

How to Apply: To be considered for this position please send cover letter and resume to Kelly Cook at kcook@fswf.org.

Events and Volunteer Coordinator - Tucson Audubon Society (Tucson)
Date Added: 3/24

Description:

  • Assists in establishing event goals which are determined by Tucson Audubon’s strategic plan.
  • Engages steering committee(s) to determine strategic components of events
  • Supervises volunteers to support position and events
  • Works with staff and committees to identify and recruit guest speakers and field trip leaders
  • Coordinates and implements all logistics for events
  • Coordinates registration for events including online, phone and mail registration, and enlists support of Membership and Development Assistant as needed
  • Creates timely, comprehensive communications, advertisements, publications, to promote events
  • Maintains master press contact list, dispatches press releases
  • Maintains organized event files and prepares post-event notes and summaries.
  • Prepares and manages budget on event costs.
  • Researches, identifies, and develops corporate sponsor-ships and PR opportunities
  • Assists with the planning and implementation of fundraising strategies

Volunteer Coordination:

  • Manages and updates the master list of current and prospective volunteers
  • Recruits and screens volunteers; Works with staff to place volunteers
  • Works with staff to create and maintain appropriate collateral materials for volunteer recruitment
  • Develops appropriate recognition strategies
  • Works within guidelines of volunteer resource plan and updates as needed

Qualifications:

  • Two years of experience in similar work duties required
  • Bachelor’s degree desired
  • Valid Arizona Driver's License
  • Event coordination certification a plus
  • Membership in relevant professional association preferred
  • Flexibility to adjust hours to meet deadlines, including availability to work occasional evenings and weekends
  • Proven events planning and implementation skills
  • Proven public relations and community relations skills
  • Motivated self-starter, team player
  • Excellent organizational, time and project management skills
  • Strong computer skills (Microsoft Office);graphics capable and social media a plus
  • Strong professionalism and work ethic

How to Apply: E-mail a brief letter of application, date-based resume, and executive summary (in which you state your experience and skills against Essential Duties, Experience) to the Operations Manager at spike@tucsonaudubon.org

No Phone Calls.

Salary will be determined based on experience

Only COMPLETE Applications will be considered.

Events and Sponsorships - Ryan House (Phoenix)
Date Added: 3/20

Description: Ryan House is the Arizona's only nonprofit that provides respite, palliative and end-of-life care in a home-like setting for Arizona children facing life-threatening conditions. Established in 2004 with the House opening in March of 2010, the organization has quickly become a leader in pediatric palliative care, which addresses not only physical pain but also the emotional, spiritual and social needs of the child and family. Ryan House is operated in partnership with Hospice of the Valley, a national leader in hospice care that has been serving the Phoenix metropolitan area since 197 Through the partnership, Ryan House and Hospice of the Valley employs compassionate, skilled professionals who are committed to excellence, enjoy teamwork and contribute daily to their mission and culture of caring. Team members experience a friendly, supportive atmosphere, leadership support, autonomy, flexibility and the privilege of doing meaningful, rewarding work.

Qualifications:

  • Responsible for planning, development and implementation of all of Ryan special events, both external and internal.
  • These include fundraising, awareness/outreach/volunteer, third-party and family events.
  • Identifies and communicates with event sponsors and works with the team to ensure in-kind and corporate support.
  • Identifies and manages event volunteers as needed.
  • Coordinates at the strategic and tactical levels with the other functions of Ryan House.
  • The position requires a team orientation, working with staff from various departments and from the Ryan House’s support organizations to coordinate events.
  • The Coordinator of Special Events and Sponsorships has considerable public and trustee contact, and helps to represent Ryan House to the community.

How to Apply: Hospice of the Valley is an equal employment opportunity employer.
Please apply via their website http://www.hov.org/careers.aspx

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Program Assistant - Sojourner Center (Phoenix)
Date Added: 4/11

Description: Sojourner Center is Arizona’s largest domestic violence service provider and a recognized leader in the fields. They provide a comprehensive continuum of care that addresses the physical, mental, emotional and social needs of domestic violence victims. Sojourner Center provides support and resources for women and families fleeing domestic violence focusing on safety and empowerment. Shares responsibility at the Support Desk and Crisis Line on the overnights.

  • Recognizes/responds to impacts of domestic violence and trauma.
  • Forms relationships w/staff and participants and provides support within professional boundaries.
  • Provides modeling, support and resources, takes crisis calls and coordinates services.
  • Provides family support within the scope of the cultures of the families served.
  • Assesses needs of families; builds rapport and a sense of community.
  • Monitors participants’ self-administration of medications.
  • Identifies/adapts to crisis events, taking appropriate actions.
  • Participates in the care/maintenance of the campus and equipment; prepares/cleans/packs rooms, helps with bed checks.
  • Documents services within guidelines.
  • Supports with filing, limited data entry, and participant files.

Qualifications:

  • High School Diploma/GED Equivalent and one year experience in social services. Prefer experience in family violence programs.
  • Ability to obtain a Level I Fingerprint Clearance Card, CPR and First Aid certification and a Food Handlers card.
  • Bi-lingual Spanish-English preferred.
  • Stands, walks, and sits continuously throughout the day.
  • Reaches, stoops, bends, lifts, carries and manipulates various materials.
  • Utilizes computer to enter information into prepared forms.
  • Some travel between work locations may be required.
  • Has the potential to be exposed to infectious diseases and must use Universal Precautions.
  • Required to spend time outside daily regardless of weather conditions.
  • Has a risk of physical danger due to the nature of the population served.

How to Apply: Candidates can send a “Letter of Interest” and a resume to: Jill Stevens / HR Specialist

To submit your information click:

http://www.sojournercenter.org/apply

To see their other open positions, please visit their website at:

http://www.sojournercenter.org/careers

Family Support Specialist - Casa de los Niños (Tucson)
Date Added: 4/10

Description: The family support specialist (FSS) is responsible for providing home-based intervention services, referral and coordination of activities that will assist members and their guardians in the attainment of service planning and treatment goals. The FSS engages members and their families in recovery oriented treatment activities and supports the care coordinator and other team members in the delivery of behavioral health services. The FSS will deliver services singly or as part of a team and maintain accurate and timely clinical service records, prepare and provide accurate reports; and submit data in an accurate and timely manner. Position requires variable schedules including evening and weekend hours.

Qualifications:

  • Must be 21 years of age (licensing requirement).
  • Bachelor’s degree and six weeks of behavioral health work experience and able to pass a skills assessment preferred, or;
  • An Associate’s degree or HS Diploma may be considered with relevant behavioral health experience
  • Behavioral health work experience may be paid, volunteer, or internship experience working with persons with a mental health diagnosis, emotional impairment, or at risk categories
  • Possess a valid Arizona driver license and be insurable under the agency automobile policy.
  • Must be computer literate with knowledge of Outlook and Microsoft Office programs (i.e. Word, Excel) and ability to learn electronic health record systems.
  • Must be able to provide own transportation to and from clients homes and/or oher relevant organizations/agencies
  • Bilingual preferred.

How to Apply: Please submit your application/résumé to hollyf@casadelosninos.org. Casa de los Niños Administrative Office is located at 1101 N. 4th Ave., Tucson, AZ 85705. Employee Benefits include United Health Care medical insurance, dental and life insurance, Employee Assistance Program and 401(k) Retirement Plan. Full-Time employees only.

Youth Mentor - Family Involvement Center (Phoenix)
Date Added: 4/7

Description: The role of the part time Youth Mentor is to provide support, guidance, and training to the youth with the goal of enhancing the youths’ life skills and encouraging connections to natural supports. Participates as a member of the Child and Family Team, the service planning team for children and youth enrolled in the public behavioral health system.
Primary Functions:

  • Provide youth peer support and intervention to enrolled children and youth.
  • Assist youth in achieving their stated goals.
  • Deliver interventions based upon Positive Behavioral Support, activities that meet needs, build on strengths and achieve outcomes.
  • Collaborate with other individuals involved in providing support and care to families enrolled in services.

Qualifications:

  • Must be at least 21 years old
  • Must have High School Diploma or G.E.D.
  • Prefer experience navigating child serving systems (behavioral health, juvenile justice, education, etc). May have personally been involved in child serving systems or have family experience.
  • Be able to demonstrate empathy and clarity to the family and encourage collaboration in working with the Child and Family Team.
  • Most appointments are in the afternoon/early evenings and Saturdays. Must have capacity to work flexible hours based on the needs of the family served.
  • Must be able to drive to families’ homes, community events, and meetings at service provider offices or schools.
  • May provide transportation to families in order to achieve treatment goals and as allowable in the AZ Division of Behavioral Health Services’ Covered Services Manual.
  • Must have skills necessary to engage and work with others from diverse ethnic and cultural groups.
  • Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills.

How to Apply: Please submit resume to: hr@familyinvolvementcenter.org, or fax: 602-288-0156, or visit www.familyinvolvementcenter.org

Family Care Consultant/Social Worker - Alzheimer's Association Desert Southwest Chapter (Phoenix)
Date Added: 3/31

Description: The Alzheimer's Association Desert Southwest Chapter empowers and supports individuals and families struggling with dementia throughout Arizona and southern Nevada. More than 20,000 families will be assisted this year through core programs of Helpline, Family Care Consultation, Support Groups, Education Early Stage and Safe Return. The organization currently has an opening for a Family Care Consultant in Phoenix who will provide case management and other direct services for individuals with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias and their families. The position also provides community outreach, education and supportive services. The role involves significant teamwork and collaborative efforts with staff, volunteers, and aging/social services organizations, throughout Central Arizona.

Qualifications:

  • A master’s level social worker with dementia- specific experience is preferred.
  • A minimum of a bachelor’s degree with at least three years of direct practice experience with older adults is required.
  • Effective team work and interpersonal skills are needed, in addition to multi-cultural sensitivity and the ability to work effectively with diverse community members.
  • Bilingual English- Spanish skills are preferred but not required.

How to Apply: Interested applicants are encouraged to submit their resumes and salary expectations to Cindy Vargo, Central Arizona Regional Director, Alzheimer’s Association Desert Southwest Chapter, 1028 E McDowell, Phoenix AZ 85006 or at Cvargo@alz.org.

Clinical Administrator - Family Involvement Center (Phoenix)
Date Added: 3/27

Description:

  • Identify opportunities to incorporate clinical best practices into the current programs.
  • Coordinates matters relating to clinical licensure and managed care requirements and to oversee acceptable standards of professional clinical practice working closely with Directors and Program Managers.
  • Actively participate in quality assurance activities and to work collaboratively with the clinics/programs to insure maximum benefits to families, the Regional Behavioral Health Authority (RBHA) and other referring agencies.
  • Provide leadership, clinical oversight and/or develop in-service training for staff..
  • To be informed of changes in the RBHA contract requirements, ADHS requirements, Arizona State Statues, and Bureau of Medical Licensing rules relating to all populations being served by the agency and ensure compliance with all changes.
  • To oversee the training requirements for the clinics/ programs.
  • To provide clinical oversight as needed for direct support staff and Managers.
  • To perform other related duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

  • Master’s degree in social work, counseling, psychology or related field and at least 5 years of upper management/supervisory experience in behavioral health services
  • Independently licensed in area of expertise
  • Strong understanding of clinical operations – which includes clinical skills and documentation compliance.
  • Knowledge and experience promoting the value of family involvement in service delivery and system of care.
  • Strong leadership and training skills
  • Strong understanding of behavioral health services continuum of care.
  • Experience with Electronic Medical Records (EMR) management.
  • Experience working with licensing entities.
  • Able to oversee Bureau of Medical Facility Licensing compliance.
  • Ability to work within a team setting.
  • Strong communication skills.
  • Strong organizational skills

How to Apply: Interested and qualified candidates should apply online TODAY for immediate consideration. hr@familyinvolvementcenter.org

Team Lead of Care Coordination - Casa de los Niños (Tucson)
Date Added: 3/27

Description: The team lead is responsible for the supervision of care coordinators as well as the coordination of behavioral health services for children and their families who have complex psychosocial needs. The position supports a team of 8 to 10 care coordinators that provide assessment, crisis intervention, individual, family and group services to children, youth, and families. They are looking for leadership with an attitude that can make work fun and rewarding. Lots of opportunity to mentor and support those new to the field. Work environment and colleagues are a plus at this agency.

The position will be required to provide weekly as well as "open door" supervision for staff, maintain and support compliance reporting and electronic health record management, and help their staff submit documentation in an accurate and timely manner. Some flexibility in hours needed for the position but freedom to manage your own schedule.

Qualifications:

  • Must be 21 years of age (licensing requirement).
  • A Behavioral Health Professional licensed by the Arizona Board of Behavioral Health Examiners in Social Work, Counseling, Marriage and Family Therapy or Substance Abuse.
  • 2 years’ experience in child welfare or behavioral health.
  • Must be computer literate with knowledge of Outlook and Microsoft Office programs (i.e. Word, Excel) and ability to learn new electronic health records software systems.
  • Must be able to provide own transportation to and from clients homes and/or other relevant organizations/agencies.
  • Must qualify for Department of Public Safety fingerprint clearance.
  • Possess a valid Arizona driver license and be insurable under the agency automobile policy. Bilingual abilities a plus.

How to Apply: Please submit applications/résumés to hollyf@casadelosninos.org. Administrative Offices are located at 1101 N. 4th Ave. Tucson, AZ 8570 Employee Benefits include United Health Care medical insurance, dental and life insurance, Employee Assistance Program and 401(k) Retirement Plan. Full-Time employees only.

Behavioral Health Technician - Florence Crittenton (Phoenix)
Date Added: 3/27

Description:

  • Provides direct client care supervision to adolescent girls, ages 10-18 (clients) in a residential group home setting as part of a treatment team.
  • Participates in therapeutic interaction, guidance, support and role modeling to residents while monitoring resident behavior according to program guidelines.
  • Fosters and creates positive relationships and communicates with team members, residents, resident families, and visitors.

Qualifications:

  • Must have and maintain a valid Arizona Driver’s License and an acceptable driving record.
  • Level One Fingerprint Clearance Card
  • CPR and First-Aid certification, before working unsupervised.
  • Non-violent crisis intervention, before working unsupervised.

How to Apply: Email resume to: lgarrett@flocrit.org Fax: 602-274-7549

HIV Medical Case Manager - Southwest Center for HIV/AIDS (Phoenix)
Date Added: 3/20

Description: The HIV Medical Case Manager provides a range of client-centered services that link clients with Medical Care, Behavioral Health, and other support services that ensure timely and coordinated access to the HIV Continuum of Care. Key activities include:

  • Initial assessment of client needs
  • Development of a comprehensive, individualized care plan
  • Coordination of services required to implement the care plan
  • Client monitoring to assess efficacy of the plan
  • Periodic re-evaluation and adaptation of the care plan as needed.

Qualifications:

  • An undergraduate or graduate degree in nursing, social work, public health or closely related field and possess a strong medical background (e.g. RN Licensure or Medical Social Work)
  • Possess at least 1 year of experience, 2 years preferred, providing direct client/patient care
  • Demonstrate knowledge of HIV disease, disease progression, and treatment options
  • Working knowledge of medical, mental health, and social service delivery systems preferred
  • Must have a valid Driver's License, insurable driving record, and access to a personal vehicle for work-related activities
  • Ability to work efficiently under tight deadlines and in crisis or unexpected situations required.

How to Apply: E-mail resume and cover letter to hr@swhiv.org. In your e-mail subject line, indicate "application for MCM." Review will begin March 31, 2014 and continue until the position is filled.

Home Care Aide - Foundation for Senior Living (Valleywide)
Date Added: 3/20

Description: Under the direct supervision of the supervisor, the home care aide will provide in home support to individuals in their private homes to maintain a safe and clean environment. In doing so, caregivers will ensure each client's dignity, respect and independence. Supports will include duties such as housekeeping, personal care and transportation.

  • Qualifications:
  • Personal Care - Assist with bathing, hygiene, dressing
  • Housekeeping - Ensure clean, safe living space (i.e. dishes, dusting, laundry)
  • Respite Care - Provide relief for family members in the home
  • Safety Supervision - Report any changes/concerns to the office via written and verbal communications
  • Transportation - errands, accompaniment to doctor's appointments, grocery shopping
  • Medicine Reminders - Provide verbal reminders for medications

How to Apply: http://jobs.fsl.org/x/apply/a2do6gthqki6

Field Canvasser - Living United for Change in Arizona (Phoenix)
Date Added: 3/20

Description: As a canvasser with Living United for Change in Arizona (LUCHA), you are the face (and voice) of the organization to hundreds of students, workers, and families. LUCHA is committed to engaging their members and constituency in organizing campaigns to fight for justice, developing new community leaders, and strengthening the voice and power of their communities and organization. Therefore, your role, as a field canvasser with LUCHA, is vitally important to the success of their work. You must be passionate about social justice issues, particularly about voting rights and quality education for all, which needs to be reflected in your attitude and work ethic every day.
The field canvasser is supervised by the field coordinator and will work closely with the executive director to determine campaign needs, as well as set goals and generate daily work assignments.

Qualifications:

  • Canvass door-to-door to registered voters in Pinal County
  • Inform voters of voter rights legislation that could be harmful to residents of Arizona
  • Motivate registered voters to commit to voting in upcoming elections
  • Register eligible voters to the Permanent Early Voting List and register non-registered, eligible citizens to vote
  • Assist Field Coordinator in maintained of campaign data and campaign equipment
  • Request contributions to be made on behalf of LUCHA
  • Complete other duties as assigned

How to Apply: The compensation for this position is dependent upon experience. As a temporary and part-time position, it is not eligible for benefits or unemployment. Send resumes to alison@luchaaz.org.

Intake Therapist - Youth Evaluation and Treatment Centers (Phoenix)
Date Added: 3/20

Description:

  • Complete initial intake assessments for the outpatient department.
  • Complete and maintain demographics and episode of care starts for all intakes completed.
  • Maintain intake schedule based on staff availability.
  • Work with op clinical manager on access to care issues as needed.
  • Assist in training new outpatient staff and interns in the intake process and paperwork.
  • Provide comprehensive treatment services to all assigned clients assignments (from clinical director or designee) including individual, group, and family therapy.
  • Act as a consultant to the outpatient team in order to support therapeutic progress of the clients in treatment
  • Participate on child and family teams.
  • Complete all required documentation and billing requirements accurately and in the assigned time frames.
  • Other duties as assigned by supervisor.

Qualifications:

  • Master’s degree in Human Services Field, and Licensed by the Arizona Board of Behavioral Health Examiners.
  • Must be able to function independently in a fast pace environment.
  • Must possess good written and verbal communication skills.
  • Must possess a valid Arizona Driver’s License and proof of liability insurance.
  • Must meet all licensing and contracting requirements for agency personnel.
  • Must be able to work in a culturally diverse environment.
  • Must be Bi-lingual.
  • Must Be Fingerprint Clearance Card Eligible.
  • Must be able to pass a 5-panel drug screen.
  • EOE

How to Apply: Please e-mail your resume to Jennifer Brummet, LPC, Clinical Director or Strategic Planning and Implementation. E-mail address is jbrummet@youthetc.org. Please reference job title "Intake Therapist."

Clinical Administrator - Behavioral Health (Phoenix)
Date Added: 3/18

Description:

  • Identify opportunities to incorporate clinical best practices into the current programs.
  • Coordinates matters relating to clinical licensure and managed care requirements and to oversee acceptable standards of professional clinical practice working closely with directors and program managers.
  • Actively participate in quality assurance activities and to work collaboratively with the clinics/programs to insure maximum benefits to families, the Regional Behavioral Health Authority (RBHA) and other referring agencies.
  • Provide leadership, clinical oversight and/or develop in-service training for staff..
  • To be informed of changes in the RBHA contract requirements, ADHS requirements, Arizona State Statues, and Bureau of Medical Licensing rules relating to all populations being served by the agency and ensure compliance with all changes.
  • To oversee the training requirements for the clinics/ programs.
  • To provide clinical oversight as needed for direct support staff and Managers.
  • To perform other related duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

  • Master’s degree in social work, counseling, psychology or related field and at least 5 years of upper management/supervisory experience in behavioral health services
  • Independently licensed in area of expertise
  • Strong understanding of clinical operations – which includes clinical skills and documentation compliance.
  • Knowledge and experience promoting the value of family involvement in service delivery and system of care.
  • Strong leadership and training skills
  • Strong understanding of behavioral health services continuum of care.
  • Experience with Electronic Medical Records (EMR) management.
  • Experience working with licensing entities.
  • Able to oversee Bureau of Medical Facility Licensing compliance.
  • Ability to work within a team setting.
  • Strong communication skills.
  • Strong organizational skills

How to Apply: Interested and qualified candidates should apply online TODAY for immediate consideration.

hr@familyinvolvementcenter.org

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Itinerant Teacher of the Visually Impaired - Foundation for Blind Children (Phoenix)
Date Added: 4/10

Description: The itinerant teacher for students with visual impairments travels to the students and is assigned schools to provide direct and/or consultative special education services relating to visual impairments. These services enable the students to learn in classroom and community environments. Services for infants may be provided in the infants’ homes or child-care settings (within district boundaries).

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Administers assessments and prepare corresponding reports to include:
  • FVA, LMA, IEP, developmental checklist, progress notes assessments.
  • Provides direct, indirect and consultative specialized services as indicated on the IEP in public, private and charter school settings. This includes instruction in areas of the Expanded Core Curriculum when deemed necessary.
  • Participation in the development and implementation of individualized education plans (IEPs) and 3 year evaluations (MET).
  • Maintains data collection and student records.
  • Collaborate with related service providers.
  • Provide education and support to families and school based staff.
  • Referrals to community resources and opportunities to enhance educational, recreational and independent living experience.
  • Communicate with medical eye care providers and attend exams when appropriate
  • Participate in transition assessments and planning

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree (master’s degree preferred), in education of the visually impaired. Must be able to be certified in the State of Arizona as a Teacher of Children with Visual Impairments (TVI).
  • Knowledge of Braille, vision assessment instruments and procedures, low vision aids, the impact of various eye conditions and the impact of multi-handicapping conditions on learning.
  • Ability to work independently.
  • Understanding of assistive technology and its application in the classroom.
  • Ability to travel between job sites
  • Experience working with infants

How to Apply: Please direct resumes to: jobs@seeitourway.org

 

Lead Teacher - Lead Teacher Early Childhood Education (Phoenix)
Date Added: 4/7

Description:

Classroom Management:

  • Schedule, train and supervise assistant teachers.
  • Build relationships with parents and families.
  • Communicate with children and teachers.
  • Check attendance sheets and meal counts daily to ensure all children are counted.
  • Prepare daily reports, health checks and other documentation as required by the program.
  • Complete intake and paper work with parents and new children.
  • Train, monitor and model appropriate language, behavior and activities for children, teaching assistants and volunteers.
  • Assure availability of classroom and materials needed to support curriculum.
  • Implement Phoenix Day policies and procedures in the classroom.

Classroom safety and security:

  • Ensure that children are safe at all times.
  • Complete online developmental assessments for each child, review results with parents and enter data into database for reference in individual learning plans and classroom planning.
  • Create and submit weekly lessons plans.
  • Identify and refer children suspected of having disabilities.
  • Serve meals and drinks to children.
  • Teach children healthy and personal habits.

Supervisory and Leadership:

  • Evaluate assistant teachers.
  • Facilitate bi-weekly classroom planning meetings.
  • Attend weekly teacher meetings and all staff meetings.
  • Keeps abreast of current research.
  • Attend trainings in early childhood development and education.

Qualifications: Minimum AA or AAS with 2 years’ experience in working with infants to preschool aged children. BA in Early Education and bilingual preferred.

Important skills for job:

  • Leadership an communication skills
  • Team building
  • Ability to work with families and young children
  • Desire for ongoing training and development

How to Apply: Please send resume and cover letter to lmccool@phoenixday.org

Child Development Center Assistant Director - Sojourner Center (Phoenix)
Date Added: 4/3

Description: The child development center assistant director will supervise the family advocates in the child development center. They will share the responsibility of coordinating family support services for program participants who access childcare, parenting skills classes, and family assistance. They will also provide direct support, resource, and referral to assigned participants. The assistant director is also responsible for facilitation of classes offered on site, and is active in supportive program strategies.
The assistant director is a member of the team leads and is responsible for program development, ensuring quality of services, and co-creating a collaborative alliance with the residential and transitional program staff.
Keys to success in this position are:

  • A keen awareness of the critical nature of the coordination of services provided to victims of domestic violence who seek assistance in redefining and re-establishing their families, creating nurturing and safe homes in which children can thrive.
  • A strong ability to assist and support families in the process of determining and accomplishing their self-determined goals.
  • Dedication to providing support and resource for the Family Advocates in a manner that is consistent with Sojourner Center’s commitment to professional development within the context of an empowering dynamic.

Qualifications:

  • At least age 21
  • Undergraduate degree (Early Childhood Education, Child Development, Social Work, Nursing, Elementary Education, or Early Childhood Special Ed) OR 12 credits in early childhood education and early child development plus minimum of one year experience (Lead Teacher, Teacher, Associate, or Assistant Teacher) OR Credential (CCP, CDA) plus two years’ experience.
  • Experience with children birth to five years of age
  • Knowledge of Emergent Curriculum and classroom management essential
  • One year supervisory experience preferred
  • Class/group facilitation experience
  • Strong communication skills
  • Ability to develop and maintain positive working relationships and act as part of a team is vital
  • General office and computer skills
  • Consistent and timely attendance
  • Ability to pass a fingerprint clearance according to ADHS licensure, CPR and First Aid certification, TB test and immunization verification are also required
  • Bi-lingual Spanish-English preferred.

How to Apply:

Candidates can send a “Letter of Interest” and a resume to:

Jill Stevens / HR Specialist

To submit your information click:

http://www.sojournercenter.org/apply

To see their other open positions, please visit their website at:

http://www.sojournercenter.org/careers

No phone calls please.

Senior Program Facilitator - Girl Scouts of Southern Arizona (Tucson)
Date Added: 3/20

Description: Girl Scouts of Southern Arizona is currently searching for responsible, energetic people who are interested in making a difference in a girl's life.
GSSOAZ is seeking staff to serve both in school, as well as out-of-school or after-school programs in order to increase student education attainment through:  Girl Scout Leadership Experience,  Group mentoring,  Academic Support,  Service Learning opportunities, and  Outreach to the community, such as connecting with businesses, schools, and resources and by recruiting and coordinating volunteers.
GSSOAZ will partner with The Boys and Girls Club to seek to increase the academic engagement of girls utilizing the Girl Scout Leadership Experience. Girl Scouts builds girls of courage, confidence and character who will make the world a better place. The program will utilize the processes of girl-led, learning by doing, and cooperative learning. A girls-only environment fosters a greater can-do attitude, greater social self-confidence, greater personal development, more academic achievement, more encouragement to explore science and math, and more leadership opportunities
The goal is to create a sustainable program that will allow for increased academic attainment and leadership skills in girls 5-1 The program will be assessed and duplicated throughout the Southern Arizona community.

Qualifications:

  • Belief in the mission of Girl Scouts
  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • Previous work experience with youth
  • Maturity, sound judgment and leadership skills
  • Flexible and able to problem solve and self-direct

How to Apply: Please submit your cover letter and resume to cbrinkley@girlscoutssoaz.org

 

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