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Communications Coordinator–Oklahoma City

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits


Name of Job: *

Communications Coordinator

What city will this job be located in? *

Oklahoma City

Primary Function: *

Develop, implement and maintain the Marketing Plan for the Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits, integrating the plan into the Center’s Strategic Plan. Responsible for the public relations, media relations and graphic design of the Center.


Work with the Vice President for External Affairs and President and CEO to meet the Center’s marketing goals. Responsible for the implementation of the Marketing Plan for all of the Center’s events.
• Oversee the maintenance of the Center’s website, including correcting and adding to the site. Search other websites for ideas to enhance the Center’s site.
• Work with the Program Department and team to gain knowledge and information that will assist in marketing the programs and events of the Center throughout the state of Oklahoma.
• Design digital and print materials in a timely manner for the Center—including infographics, webpages, emails, presentations, event collateral, handouts, posters, training catalogs, reports and brag books (after special events) etc.—that engage audiences and align with the organization’s brand and styles
• Format handouts, briefs, presentations, and reports using predefined styles and layouts in Adobe InDesign and Microsoft Word and PowerPoint
• Apply (and at times develop) brand standards for type, imagery, color, and iconography
• Select and prepare photos for web and print projects upon request, ensuring proper usage of creative assets before posting/printing
• Manage libraries of brand elements and corporate, project and partner logos
• Prepare files for print production and work directly with vendors
• Working with the Vice President for External Affairs to oversee the marketing for the comprehensive External Affairs Plan, the Campaign for Excellence, special fundraising events and individual giving programs for the Center
• Develop and/or nurture positive, professional media relationships and create and coordinate statewide press releases for select Center-related programs and events
• Write and prepare quarterly e-newsletters.
• Write documents and articles as necessary on behalf of the President/CEO
• Maintain and grow the Center’s social media presence
• Schedule and participate in civic/social group presentations statewide.
• Provide reports as requested by the President/CEO and/or the Vice President for External Affairs
• Assist in the continuing development and fulfillment of the Center’s Strategic Plan
• Create and produce the Annual Report in a timely manner
• Proof all external documents, grants, letters and any materials going to any group (excludes only individual letters) for accuracy and consistency.
• It is the responsibility of all Center employees to recruit, recognize and retain volunteers and donors.


Essential Functions:

• Ability to manage, assign, and delegate responsibilities, and to accomplish the desired results both through individual work and through department staff. 
• Effective interpersonal skills in working with personnel and stakeholders at all organizational levels, including excellent organizational development skills.
• Managing funds and budgeting is critical, as well as the ability to analyze financial information. 
• Effective oral and written communication skills, especially as required in preparing and making presentations, working with various committees, and interacting with diverse groups of internal and external contacts, and excellent listening skills.
• Must be an advocate for the mission, values, and goals of YWCA Tulsa. 
• Work effectively with all employees and members of all races, religions, sexes, national origins, ages, sexual orientations, gender identities, and gender expressions; and without regard to disability status, genetic information, marital status, status as a covered veteran, or any other legally protected status, as well as socioeconomic backgrounds.
• Work on skills that can help communicate his/her point to an audience belonging to a completely different identity and/or background. These differences can be identity-based, geographical, ethical, political, or historical.
• Openness to engaging conflict in a positive and proactive manner with the goals of finding solutions, producing change, and bringing together opposing parties.
• Strong commitment to learning, growth, and continuous improvement.
• Current Oklahoma driver’s license and current insurance verification. 

Essential Functions: Other duties as may be assigned by the President/CEO.

Position Requirements: 


Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university. In lieu of a degree, experience will be accepted with the President/CEO’s approval.
 

• Proficiency in Adobe Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop, and Acrobat CS5 or 6, Microsoft. PowerPoint and Word as well as email distribution software, web content management systems and any other computer-related program required in presenting a professional look for the Center.

• Be a self-starter, creative and very detail-oriented. Have excellent writing skills, including composition, spelling and presentation.

Position Reports to: 

Supervises:

Vice President for External Affairs

Volunteers or interns (non-paid)

Hours and Salary:

TBD

To Apply for this Job: *

Send cover letter with salary requirements, resume and three writing/design samples to: Jill vanEgmond, Vice President for External Affairs to jvanegmond@okcnp.org using "Communications Coordinator" in the subject line. Applications without writing/design samples will not be reviewed. EOE.

Application Deadline:

Position open until filled.

Director of Development- Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits


Name of Job: *

Development Director

What city will this job be located in? *

Tulsa

Primary Function: *

Support the Vice President for External Affairs in meeting the Center's short-term and long-term fundraising goals developed by the Board of Directors.

Essential Functions:

·         Responsible for oversight and supervision of the Donor Recognition program, to include, but not limited to, a donor reception, Chairman’s Circle Benefit program and Donor Acknowledgement procedure.

·      Provide support to the Vice President of External Affairs in regards to the Campaign for Excellence (CFE), Oklahoma Nonprofit Excellence (ONE) Awards, Visions: A Celebration of Nonprofit Leadership, and any other fundraising events.

·         Responsible for researching, calendaring and preparing grant proposals each month for federal and state agencies, corporations, foundations and individuals.

·         Manage and write letters of interest/inquiry (LOI’s), interim reports and final reports.  Working with the Vice President of External Affairs, Vice President of Programs and the Center’s President and CEO to gain knowledge and information supporting the grant request.

·         Maintain the database in relation to monetary donations, in-kind donations, grants (received and declined) and asks.  Ensuring up to date accurate information at all times.

·         Following the Center’s Committee Protocol, prepare correspondence, agendas, schedules and minutes for all Committees and Subcommittees for which the Vice President of External Affairs is the Staff Liaison.

·         Provide reports as requested by the Vice President of External Affairs.

·         Maintain professional confidentiality in all areas of the Center.

·         Maintain the Resource Development files for the Tulsa and OKC office.

·         Coordinate with the Vice President of External Affairs on contributions, including in-kind contributions, and write all Charitable Contribution Letters (CCL).

·         Coordinate the annual letter campaign for the Center.

·         It is the responsibility of all Center employees to recruit, recognize and retain volunteers and donors.

Other Functions: 

·        Serve as phone back-up when necessary.

·        Other duties as may be assigned

Position Requirements: 


Education

·    Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university. In lieu of a degree, job experience will be accepted, with approval of the President/CEO

 

Experience

·     Knowledge of all Microsoft products, especially Access and Word.

 

Position Reports to: 

Supervises:

Vice President for External Affairs
Overall reports to President and CEO

Volunteers or interns (non-paid)

Hours and Salary:

TBD

To Apply for this Job: *

Send cover letter with salary requirements, resume to: Jill vanEgmond, Vice President for External Affairs to jvanegmond@okcnp.org using "Development Director" in the subject line. EOE.

Application Deadline:

Position open until filled.

Part-time Accountant - OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Confidential/Anonymous


Name of Job: *

Part-time Accountant

What city will this job be located in? *

Oklahoma City

Position Description: *

·       Prepare monthly journal entries

·       Daily cash management and monthly bank reconciliation of cash and investment accounts

·       Manage the processes of accounts payable, cash receipts, accounts receivable, and collections on pledges.

·       Perform recording and analysis of all transactions along with reconciliations for Statement of Financial Position.

·       Prepare monthly financial statements.

·       Assist consultants with the development and maintenance of department budgets, including appropriate funding source requirements m   and cost allocations.

·       Provide information for annual audit and tax filings as required by external auditors.


Position Requirements:

·       Bachelor’s Degree in accounting, finance or business administration preferred

·       At least 2 years experience in accounting

·       Working knowledge of Quickbooks a plus

·       Proficiency is Microsoft Excel. Excellent communication skills

To Apply for this Job: *

Send cover letter and resume to Becky Denny at BDenny@okcnp.org

Application Deadline:

Position is open until filled.

Director of Human Resources- Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
YWCA Tulsa
Name of Job: *
Director of Human Resources
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa
Position Description: * The Director of Human Resources is responsible for providing leadership in developing and executing human resources strategy in support of the overall business objectives and strategic direction of the YWCA Tulsa, with a particular commitment to being an Employer of Choice and a learning organization. Major areas of responsibility include talent acquisition/management, benefits administration, organizational and performance management, diversity and inclusion, training and development, coaching and compliance, and development and management of the volunteer program. 


1. Plan, develop, organize, implement, direct, and evaluate the YWCA Tulsa’s human resource function and strategies to support the achievement of the organization’s overall success and business objectives. 
2. Develop staffing strategies and implementation plans to identify talent within and outside the organization for positions of responsibility. Oversee all processes relative to talent acquisition, recruiting, screening, interviewing, discipline, and terminations of paid staff and contractors in partnership with supervisory and HR teams.
3. Develop and implement comprehensive benefit plans that are competitive and robust while remaining cost-effective for the organization.
4. Develop initiatives designed to build and foster an organizational culture of inclusion, empowerment, excellence, respect and boldness.
5. Establish relationships throughout the organization with management and employees in order to be an effective listener and problem solver of people issues. Provide support to managers in problem solving, coaching, communication, and conflict resolution. 
6. Implement the organization’s diversity and inclusion initiatives and strategies. Develop programs to allow the organization to embrace applicants and employees of all backgrounds and to permit the full development and performance of all employees. 
7. Provide opportunities for all employees to develop a common understanding and practice of the YWCA’s mission, creating an environment/culture of peace, justice, freedom, dignity for all.
8. Create and oversee leadership development and training opportunities for YWCA Tulsa employees to encourage continual professional development with the goal of developing the most effective team possible. Design and facilitate trainings as needed.
9. Oversee the performance management process with the management and HR teams.
10. Develop and oversee organizational policies and procedures as a means of ensuring transparent and open communication with employees, supporting supervisors in the effective management of their people, and protecting the organization.
11. Monitor and maintain compliance with all government contracts, EEOC, and all federal and state employment laws.
12. Develop and oversee a formal volunteer management program for the organization in order to identify a skill set needed to achieve the objectives in each of the task areas. 
13. Supervise the Volunteer Coordinator and Executive Administrator.
14. Participate in the development and implementation of major organizational processes, such as strategic planning, budgeting, and program development/evaluation, as a strategic partner focused most specifically on the impact on people and the workforce needs of the organization.
15. Function as a strategic business advisor to executive and senior management regarding key organizational and management issues. 
16. Act as a support to the board of directors as assigned by the Chief Executive Officer. Serve as the primary staff liaison to the Human Resources Committee. 
Position Qualifications: • Ability to manage, assign, and delegate responsibilities, and to accomplish the desired results both through individual work and through department staff.
• Effective interpersonal skills in working with personnel and stakeholders at all organizational levels, including excellent organizational development skills.
• Managing funds and budgeting is critical, as well as the ability to analyze financial information. 
• Effective oral and written communication skills, especially as required in preparing and making presentations, working with various committees, and interacting with diverse groups of internal and external contacts, and excellent listening skills.
• Must be an advocate for the mission, values, and goals of YWCA Tulsa. 
• Work effectively with all employees and members of all races, religions, sexes, national origins, ages, sexual orientations, gender identities, and gender expressions; and without regard to disability status, genetic information, marital status, status as a covered veteran, or any other legally protected status, as well as socioeconomic backgrounds.
• Work on skills that can help communicate his/her point to an audience belonging to a completely different identity and/or background. These differences can be identity-based, geographical, ethical, political, or historical.
• Openness to engaging conflict in a positive and proactive manner with the goals of finding solutions, producing change, and bringing together opposing parties.
• Strong commitment to learning, growth, and continuous improvement.
• Current Oklahoma driver’s license and current insurance verification. 
Position Requirements:
Bachelor’s degree with a minimum of 3 years of experience in human resources administration required. Master’s degree preferred. PHR or SPHR certification a plus. 
A minimum of one year supervisory experience. 
Intermediate to advanced computer proficiency in Microsoft Office products. Project management skills beneficial.

Position Reports to:
CEO
Hours and Salary:
40 Hours+/week; Negotiable based on experience
To Apply for this Job: *
Send cover letter and resume to HR@ywcatulsa.org using "Director of Human Resources" in the subject line. You may also fax your resume to 918-588-9394. EOE.
See https://www.ywcatulsa.org.
Application Deadline: Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Equal Justice Fellow- Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma, Inc
Name of Job: *
Equal Justice Fellow
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa, OK
Position Description: * POSITION SUMMARY: Veteran Legal Corps Fellow

Equal Justice Works and AmeriCorps have partnered together to provide the Veteran Legal Corps Fellowship opportunity to aid the legal needs of Veterans across the nation. The Veteran Legal Corps (VLC) Fellow will provide civil legal assistance to Veterans in Oklahoma. 
One Fellowship position is available in Tulsa at the Legal Aid Services office. Based on Equal Justice Works AmeriCorps guidelines, the term of service will begin in September of 2014 for one year (with a possible renewal). Positions requires completion of NSOPR, state(s), and FBI Fingerprint criminal background checks as well as compliance with all CNCS Federal Regulations throughout the fellowship program. 
Position Qualifications:
The Fellow will be required to have excellent oral and written communication skills, as well as interpersonal, organizational and negotiation skills and the ability to work as a team member. Diverse economic, social and cultural experiences and a second language are preferred. The Fellow must be admitted to practice law in the state of Oklahoma and must have graduated from an Equal Justice Works member law school.
Position Requirements: COMPENSATION is $38,300 which includes: 

• AmeriCorps living allowance of $24,200 
• Supplemental benefits paid by LASO of up to $14,100 for housing, student loans, relocation, professional dues, life & disability insurance, and retirement plan expenses.

Other benefits:
• $5,550 AmeriCorps Legal Education Award upon successful completion of service
• AmeriCorps provided childcare assistance
• LASO professional development and training assistance
• Student loan forbearance and interest accrual payment for eligible loans upon successful completion of service 
• Participation in Equal Justice Works training opportunities and conferences, as applicable
• LASO fringe benefits, including health insurance (medical, dental, vision, Rx), disability insurance, life insurance, and flex benefit plan 
Position Reports to:
Veteran's Legal Coordinator
Hours and Salary:
37.5 p/wk
To Apply for this Job: *
https://legalaidokemployment.wufoo.com/forms/z7x4z5/
Application Deadline: Thursday, September 18, 2014

Full-Time Americorps Member: Outdoor School and Program Assistant- OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Camp Fire Heart of Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
Full-Time Americorps Member: Outdoor School and Program Assistant
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * The Outdoor School Assistant, under the supervision of the Outdoor School Director and Program Director, will help run the Outdoor School Program and other year round programs at Camp Fire Heart of Oklahoma. The full-time member will complete 1,700 hours in a one year period. Members will receive a living allowance during their year of service and an education award of $5,645 upon completion of their term. Duties will include:
•Assist in the creation of new curriculum for Outdoor School middle school program
•Maintain existing relationships with elementary schools involved in Outdoor School
•Schedule and communicate with local elementary and middle schools participating in Outdoor School
•Lead activities during Outdoor school with the assistance of other Camp Fire staff members
•Coordinate with participating schools to measure outcomes for Outdoor School
•Lead afterschool program at local elementary school
•Lead small groups at holiday break camps
•Act as group counselor or activity area instructor during summer day camp.
•Assist Program Management with program preparation 
Position Qualifications:
•Experience working with children or at a camp preferred
•Must be comfortable working with youth of all ages and abilities
•Ability to maintain boundaries appropriate to role with youth.
•Ability to engage youth in a variety of participatory roles.
•Able to identify and respond to safety and environmental hazards and inform staff and guests appropriately.
•Flexible and able to work in team-focused, fast-paced atmosphere; must be able to multi-task.
•Applicants must clear a background check before hiring.
Position Requirements: Physical Requirements:
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to perform physically active roles, requiring full body movement and the strength to lift and carry up to 75-100 pounds. Require the physical mobility and endurance to perform tasks while standing/walking for long periods of time (60 minutes or more). Duties of the job will often include working on uneven and unpaved surfaces, as found in summer camp environments, majority of camp areas are not wheelchair accessible; must be able to stoop, squat, bend, reach, twist, crawl and perform work at or above the shoulder. Must have the physical ability to respond appropriately to situations requiring first aid; able to assist camper and guests in an emergency (fire, evacuation, illness, or injury). The employee frequently is required to reach with hands and arms and talk and hear. Must be able to speak and communicate clearly. 
To Apply for this Job: *
Send cover letter and resume to Herb Gilkey at herb@campfireusa-ok.org
Application Deadline: Friday, September 26, 2014

Director of Grants- Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Volunteers of America Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
Director of Grants
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa, OK
Position Description: *
The Director of Grants will maintain and grow an institutional giving program and has responsibility for writing, securing, and managing grants from government, foundation, and private sources. This position works closely with human services program staff as well as the accounting, external relations, and human resources departments in submitting funding requests.
Position Qualifications: Preferred Education and Experience Requirements:

The position requires a Bachelor’s Degree in a related field of study (Master’s Degree preferred) and a minimum of three years grant writing experience with a preference of five years of grant writing experience. A superior command of spoken and written English is required as well as excellent editing skills. The ability to persuasively present projects from a broad array of programs areas is also required. Familiarity with programs such as Services for Persons with Special Needs, Homeless Services, the Elderly and Elderly Housing is preferred. The successful candidate will have a successful track record of working collaboratively with a wide range of internal and external customers and constituents including federal grant writing experience. High level Microsoft Office Skills are essential, including specifically Word, Excel, and Access Database. 
Position Requirements: Job Duties:
1. Write grants in collaboration with program staff to request funds from available sources.
2. Create program specific templates and budgets which can be included in grant applications and development proposals.
3. Conduct prospect research to identify new funding opportunities and communicate fundraising potentials to development department.
4. Cooperate with resource development to cultivate foundations and assure that positive relationships and reporting requirements are maintained.
5. Track grant activity and deadlines for renewals, applications, and progress reports to funders. Responsible for timely and accurate reporting on current grants.
6. Collaborate with program staff in articulating program goals and plans in a manner designed to attract new and ensure continued funding from all possible sources.
7. Complete and submit all grant applications for securing resources for programs, general operating needs, and new initiatives.
8. Research statistical information to support grant applications and fulfill funding source information requests accurately, and in a timely manner.
9. Review RFP’s and proposal guidelines and clearly communicate these requirements to program staff to produce accurately completed applications.
10. Collaborate with Finance/Accounting to ensure appropriate allocation of grant funded expenses. 
Position Reports to:
CEO
Hours and Salary:
TBD
To Apply for this Job: *
Email resume to schambers@voaok.org
Application Deadline: Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Leasing Assistant- OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Volunteers of America Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
Leasing Assistant
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City, OK
Position Description: *
The Leasing Assistant will provide prompt and efficient administrative support to the Community Administrator and help coordinate all activities related to the smooth and efficient operation of the property and management office. The Leasing Assistant will maintain consistent, high quality, positive relationships with the residents of the property in support of the mission of Volunteers of America.
Position Qualifications:
The ideal candidate will demonstrate excellent communication and customer service skills, attention to detail, the ability to interact with a wide range of people, and be a competent user of all MS Office Suite applications (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.). Candidates with prior Leasing Assistant experience will be given preference.

Our company offers a competitive salary, medical insurance, dental insurance, life insurance, paid holidays, vacation, sick leave, and a retirement savings plan.

To view additional job and company information visit www.voaok.org.
Position Reports to:
Property Manager/Community Administrator
Hours and Salary:
TBD
To Apply for this Job: *
Email resume to schambers@voaok.org
Application Deadline: Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Property Manager/Community Administrator- OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Volunteers of America Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
Property Manager/Community Administrator
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City, OK
Position Description: *
The Property Manager/Community Administrator is responsible for the daily operations and oversight of the affordable senior housing community, including supervision of staff, building maintenance, all administrative duties for both internal and external agencies, and maintaining consistent, high quality, positive relationships with the residents of the property in support of the mission of Volunteers of America.
Position Qualifications: The ideal candidate will possess 5+ consecutive years of experience as a Property Manager/Community Administrator on affordable senior housing properties, HUD properties, have the ability to manage finances, work within a budget, possess excellent communication and customer service skills and have the ability to solve problems associated with property management. Certified Occupancy Specialist (COS) certification preferred.

Our company offers a competitive salary, medical insurance, dental insurance, life insurance, paid holidays, vacation, sick leave, and a retirement savings plan.

To view additional job and company information visit www.voaok.org. 
Position Reports to:
Director of Housing
Hours and Salary:
TBD
To Apply for this Job: *
Email resume to schambers@voaok.org
Application Deadline: Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Master Teacher- OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Sunbeam Family Services
Name of Job: *
Master Teacher
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: *
The Master Teacher, in conjunction with the Site Director, is responsible for planning and
coordinating the implementation of the education program for infants, toddlers, and pre-school age
children. The Master Teacher ensures that all regulations and mandates for federal, state, and local
licensing are met. The Master Teacher also works with a team of other classroom teachers and
family members to achieve positive outcomes for children of all abilities.
Position Qualifications:
EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE
 Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education or a related field required (Official
Transcripts Required).

 Master’s Degree in Education preferred.

 Minimum of 6 college credits in Early Childhood Education or Child Development and 9
college credits in education, psychology, health care, nursing, or another field closely related
to child growth and development required.

 Effective experience in child care as well as in training and supervising teachers preferred.
Position Requirements: ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
 Serve as a leader within the Early Childhood Services program and being an effective role
model for developmentally appropriate practice, for the values expected within the program,
and for the mission of the organization.

 Facilitate full and effective implementation of Educare’s Core Features and evidence-based
instructional practices to continuously improve teaching and learning with the aim of accelerating children’s learning, development, and school readiness outcomes.

 Provide leadership to classroom teaching teams in: (1) design, delivery, and coordination of
intensive professional development; (2) education program development; (3) facilitation of
interdisciplinary collaboration; and (4) administrative support.

 Promote a culture of professionalism, collaboration, and continuous improvement.

 Structure routine contexts for individual and group-based professional development for
teachers to work collaboratively to reflect on and examine practice, solve application
challenges, manage conflict, and promote continuous learning and improvement in professional practice and child outcomes. Specifically;
o Team Lesson Planning – Schedule and protect time for regular collaboration among
the teaching team to review data, reflect on children’s progress and teaching
practices, and plan for interaction, instruction, and family engagement.
o Lesson Study – Facilitate or coordinate collaborative “lesson study” opportunities for
teachers to unpack early learning and development standards, discuss children’s
progress, examine practice and together design innovative learning experiences.
o Reflective Practice Groups/Communities of Practice – Facilitate or coordinate
reflective practice groups or communities of practice for teachers to engage in
shared reflection, inquiry, and professional learning.
o Coaching – Implement formal cycles of reflective-content-based coaching (planning
conversation, observation, reflecting conversation) to support the transfer of
knowledge and improvements in daily practice.
o Reflective Supervision - Provide individual reflective supervision to support, develop,
and evaluate teacher performance through a process of inquiry that encourages
their understanding and articulation of the rationale for their own practices.

 Lead and coordinate Educare’s education program for children ages birth to three or three
to five, including implementation of the following core features and evidence-based practices:
o Ensure a research-based, comprehensive curriculum and content-based,
supplemental curricula (e.g., literacy, math, executive functioning/social-emotional)
are in place, and that alignment exists among the curricula and early learning
standards, outcome goals, formative assessments, and instructional strategies;
o Ensure teacher-child interactions and instruction is responsive, intentional, and
developmentally appropriate to ensure children are provided socially supportive,
organized, and instructionally meaningful interactions to support their development
(i.e., social-emotional, physical, cognitive and language) and learning (i.e., literacy,
math, science, technology, social studies, and the arts);
o Use of child screening, assessment, and progress data to inform lesson planning,
individualization, and the intensification of instruction in the areas of oral language,
dual language and literacy development and skills; social-emotional and selfregulation
development and skills; and numeracy and problem-solving skills; and
Primary care-giving and continuity of care.

 Facilitate interdisciplinary work and collaboration among the education program/staff and other program areas/staff, including:
o Participate in the Research Program Partnership and processes of continuous quality
improvement and, in conjunction with the Local Evaluation Partner, ensures
completion of child screenings and assessments, and coordination of timely feedback
and data use to teaching teams;
o Collaborate with Mental Health Coordinator and the Site Director and participate in
efforts to engage and involve parents with the program, staff, and children’s
development and learning;
o Participate in Interdisciplinary Teams (IDTs) and, in conjunction with the Mental
Health Coordinator, ensure IDT action plans are implemented and progress
monitored;
o Collaborate with the Mental Health/Disabilities Coordinator to facilitate completion of
Case Consultations and Special Education eligibility, planning, and implementation
processes when warranted; and
o Participate with Mental Health Coordinator to co-facilitate IDTs to plan and implement targeted and intensive interventions for children displaying challenging
behaviors.

 Ensure all Early/Head Start performance standards, Educare core features, state, and local licensing requirements, and other funder requirements related to education are met.

 Monitor and ensure education plans and other required documentation for children and classroom are completed.

 Participate in the development of program policies, service delivery plans, and ongoing monitoring of program quality.

 Ensure all assigned program area reports are completed and submitted on a timely basis.

 Ensure all confidential information is protected.

 Maintain inventory of all classroom equipment.

 Participate in recruitment efforts to help maintain full program enrollment.

 Participate with Human Resources to recruit and hire educational staff and facilitates hiring
approval by the Head Start Policy Council.

 Supervise and evaluate Lead Teachers according to Sunbeam policies and procedures.

 Establish education staff schedules, including approval of time off requests, and coordinate
placement of classroom substitutes and floaters, as needed.

 Perform required and other assigned duties in a manner that demonstrates compliance with
Sunbeam's Culturally Competent Practice Policy as well as other agency policy and procedure and those of grants/contracts so that work of the agency is systematized and effective. 
To Apply for this Job: *
Please apply online at www.sunbeamfamilyservices.org.
Application Deadline: Friday, October 31, 2014

Property Manager/Community Administrator- Choctaw

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Volunteers of America Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
Property Manager/Community Administrator
What city will this job be located in? *
Choctaw, OK
Position Description: *
The Property Manager/Community Administrator is responsible for the daily operations and oversight of the affordable senior housing community, including supervision of staff, building maintenance, all administrative duties for both internal and external agencies, and maintaining consistent, high quality, positive relationships with the residents of the property in support of the mission of Volunteers of America.
Position Qualifications: The ideal candidate will possess 5+ consecutive years of experience as a Property Manager/Community Administrator on affordable senior housing properties, HUD properties, have the ability to manage finances, work within a budget, possess excellent communication and customer service skills and have the ability to solve problems associated with property management. Certified Occupancy Specialist (COS) certification preferred.


Our company offers a competitive salary, medical insurance, dental insurance, life insurance, paid holidays, vacation, sick leave, and a retirement savings plan.

To view additional job and company information visit www.voaok.org. 
Position Reports to:
Director of Housing
Hours and Salary:
TBD
To Apply for this Job: *
Email resume to schambers@voaok.org
Application Deadline: Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Director of Housing- OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Volunteers of America
Name of Job: *
Director of Housing
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City, OK
Position Description: *
The Director of Housing has a primary objective of providing effective, professional, general management and sound leadership to a team of property management staff at assigned housing locations. The Director of Housing is accountable for creating a team at all sites (both existing and newly developed) capable of delivering excellent financial performance, client service and resident satisfaction.
Position Qualifications: Candidates must have a Bachelor’s Degree and a minimum of 5 years of multi-site or multi-state housing operations experience. Certified Occupancy Specialist (COS) certification is also required. Expert knowledge of HUD, Tax Credit and conventional financed occupancy related programs is mandatory. Property management skills including related financial statements, computer systems/software, regulatory programs, marketing and leasing programs, physical asset knowledge, and the ability to recruit/hire/ train/supervise and motivate on-site operations personnel are also required.

Our company offers a competitive salary, medical insurance, dental insurance, life insurance, paid holidays, vacation, sick leave, and a retirement savings plan.

To view additional job and company information visit www.voaok.org. 
Position Reports to:
CEO
Hours and Salary:
TBD
To Apply for this Job: *
Email resume to schambers@voaok.org
Application Deadline: Tuesday, September 30, 2014

HR-Generalist- OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Latino Community Development Agency
Name of Job: *
HR-Generalist
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: *
Summary of Duties and Responsibilities:
The HR Generalist will perform administrative functions of Human Resources area, while having the necessary skill to clearly display a clear understating of non-profit/business disciplines. As well as having the ability to demonstrate the application of well-defined HR techniques and procedures. While performing all of the duties necessary to maintain the Latino Community Development Agency’s Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) accreditation.
Position Qualifications: •Screens job applicants
•Maintains personnel records
•Provides support in filing documentation and tracking paperwork
•Completes new hire orientation with staff
•Compensation and benefits record keeping support
•Explains company policies and rules to staff and applicants
•Process employee benefits changes and bi-monthly payroll
•Conduct staff training on CARF policies
•Maintain updated employee and organizational records, files, forms, policies, and procedures leading to successful CARF audits.
•Coordinate CARF audits. 
•Other duties as assigned. 
Position Requirements: •Bachelor’s degree and HR experience required
•Training experience required.
•Ability to work independently required
•Experience working in a fast paced environment.
•Bilingual (English/Spanish) preferred-not required. 
• Understanding of Hispanic/Latino cultural values required.
•Must be highly organized and able to learn CARF systems and procedures. 
•Must have working experience in Microsoft Excel, Word, and other relevant office software
•Must possess the ability memorize and process large amounts of information provided verbally and in writing in a short amount of time
•Must possess and maintain a valid Oklahoma driver’s license and a satisfactory driving record Employee provides own transportation and must have proof of liability insurance is required. Mileage reimbursement is provided
•Must be self-motivated and reliable. 
Position Reports to:
CEO
Hours and Salary:
Full Time/Exempt
To Apply for this Job: *
Please e-mail resume and cover letter to raragon@latinoagencyokc.org

SKIL Outreach Advocate- OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Youth Services for Oklahoma County, Inc.
Name of Job: *
SKIL Outreach Advocate
What city will this job be located in? *
OKC
Position Description: *
SUMMARY 
Provide direct services to youth living independently without assistance from their parents or legal guardian who have been referred by community agencies or public schools. 
Position Qualifications: Essential Duties, Responsibilities and Expectations
•Assess individual needs for clients in the SKIL program
• Develop strategies to significantly increase efficiency when working with the county’s schools, community-based organizations and other community groups;
•Represent Youth Services for Oklahoma County at school and community meetings; make presentations and answer questions about Youth Services for Oklahoma County programs and services;
•Assist in the delivery of many of the community-based initiatives;
•Plan, implement, monitor and evaluate client and annual program goals/outcomes;
•Maintains data, up-to-date and accurate files and generates program reports for analysis within the SKIL program;
•Coordinate day-to-day operations in an efficient, effective and professional manner 
Position Requirements: Experience and Skills Required 
•BA/BS preferred
•Knowledge of homelessness in OKC is preferred but not required
•Demonstrates commitment and experience reaching out to and working with various members of society;
•Must have own transportation with current driver’s license and valid insurance and comfortable making occasional home visits;
•Must interact with youth in consistent, compassionate, positive and reasonable manner;
•Commitment to Youth Services for Oklahoma County’s mission, values and goals;
•Excellent presentation and communication skills; strong organizational skills;
•Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel is desirable;
•Demonstrates strong self-initiative and motivation;
•Demonstrates effective time utilization, organizational and prioritization skills;
•Be willing to work flexible hours;
•Be able to work in a team environment 
To Apply for this Job: *
***Submit resume and cover letter to donna.smart@ysoc.org
Application Deadline: Monday, September 22, 2014

Part Time Program Manager- OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Junior Achievement of Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
Part Time Program Manager
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * This person implements and manages daily operations of all JA educational programs, assures that all administrative procedures are implemented and that volunteer advisors/consultants are secured and trained. The position also increases public awareness for all programs and works closely with other program staff and Board Program Committee to plan methods of recognition, assure program quality and expansion. Maintaining strong school relations by providing quality volunteers is an essential element of the position. Ensuring a quality experience for corporate volunteers is equally critical. 

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Implement program growth/expansion to strategic plan.
2. Work with Regional Director and other program staff to identify companies and high school classes to enroll in the Junior Achievement Job Shadow Program.
3. Recruit schools and corporate volunteers for Junior Achievement curriculum delivery in K-12th grade classes in the Greater Oklahoma City metropolitan area.
4. Assure program quality through phone calls, project monitoring, participant servicing, evaluation instruments and emails. Continually provides feedback, program materials and resources to consultants and teachers.
5. Implement volunteer orientation programs, i.e., securing location of training, schedule volunteers/teachers, assist in ordering program materials, distribute registration and evaluation forms. Submit registration forms to JA USA. Insure accuracy of program information in Raisers Edge database.
6. Increase public awareness of JA programs. Attend community organization meetings focused on developing and strengthening relationships that promote increase volunteer participation.
7. Assist all program related Board Committees so the goals of the Board can be achieved. 
8. Assist in developing a yearly calendar for the department that includes timetables, procedures and responsibilities to be accomplished. Manage program department records in line with organizational standards and objectives. 
Position Qualifications:
Required: 
- Bachelors degree or equivalent
- Strong oral/written communication including public speaking
- Interpersonal, organization/planning skills 
- Customer focus mindset
- Computer literacy
- Evidence of problem solving
- Self-motivated

Desired: 
- Excellent computer skills; knowledge of Raisers Edge a plus
- Experience in education, and/or non-profit 
- Familiarity with area businesses and schools
- Strong network of business acquaintances through civic organizations, and/or social networks
Position Reports to:
Regional Director
Hours and Salary:
19-20 hrs/wk
To Apply for this Job: *
Send resume, cover letter, and references by mail or email to:

Jo Wise
OKC Regional Director
5400 N. Grand Blvd., Ste 230
Oklahoma City, OK 73112
jwise@jaok.org – Please put Program Manager Position in subject line

No phone calls, please.
Application Deadline: Friday, September 19, 2014

Director of Development and Public Relations- Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Living Arts of Tulsa
Name of Job: *
Director of Development and Public Relations
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa
Position Description: * Development Responsibilities (70% of the job):
• Manage and write an ambitious (40-plus) grant calendar and corporate proposals. 
• Steward donors and provide regular written updates (newsletters etc).
• Use GrantWorks database to develop and maintain records. Past experience using donor software (Tessitura, eTapestry, GiftWorks, Donorperfect, or Raiser’s Edge) required.
• Provide staff support for Board of Directors and the Artistic Director in organizing and executing fundraising events.
• Assist with other development projects as requested.
• Represent Living Arts at community events soliciting new donors.
• Manage annual fund campaign.

PR Major Responsibilities (30% of the job):

• Establish and maintain relationships with Media Contacts to best promote Living Arts Programs. Going beyond press releases and public service announcements with innovative social media and event-based publicity campaigns. Creating intriguing and informative stories of the art works and artists in order to entice the public’s to participate in Living Arts’ programs. Scheduling interviews, planning advertising budgets and making media purchases.
• Work as a collaborative team member with social-media manager/graphic artist to produce newsletter, posters, and other marketing materials.

The job is mainly weekdays but requires some weekend and evening events. Since Living Arts requires employee flexibility for scheduling, alternate hours may be negotiated with the Artistic Director to accommodate child-care and other needs. The position offers:
• Salary based on experience, range $30K to $35K
• 100% paid health insurance 
• 2 weeks (10 work days) paid vacation on accrual basis.
• Paid sick leave up to 10 days per year.
• Some professional development fees/dues. 
• 401(k) Retirement Plan up to 5% match 
Position Reports to:
Artistic Director
Hours and Salary:
full time, 30 to 35,000
To Apply for this Job: *
Please send resume addressing the job requirements and cover letter to: steve@livingarts.org and include in the Subject Line “Development/PR Director Position”. 

We are wanting to fill this position by Sept. 26, 2014 so, send in resume and letter stating why you think this would be a good fit for you as soon as possible.
Application Deadline: Friday, September 26, 2014

AmeriCorps Member-Program Coordinator–Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Meals on Wheels of Metro Tulsa


Name of Job: *

AmeriCorps Member-Program Coordinator

What city will this job be located in? *

Tulsa

Position Description: *

• Coordinate the monthly Meals 4 Paw Starz pet food program including the management of volunteers and all aspects of the program.
• Track and input MOW route data and volunteer data into Serve Tracker data base.
• Help ensure consistency of daily operations between sites.
• Provide accurate and prompt communication with the MOW office and area, including running meal routes when necessary.
• Help write and produce a volunteer newsletter and help design and develop other various marketing materials.
• Assist with event planning.
• Assist in the development of the MOW annual recipient and volunteer survey.
• Assist the Volunteer Director/or Director of Operations with social media communications/website.
• Other duties as assigned.

Position Qualifications:

1. Experienced in working with volunteers or groups of people
2. Knowledge of business systems and ways of work for Non Profit Organizations
3. Goal oriented 
4. Possess excellent organizational skills and people skills.
5. Must have excellent technology skills and be able to use various software programs including Microsoft’s suite of programs, Word Press, Adobe Acrobat, Serve Tracker software
6. Must be a self-starter
7. Must be mission focused
8. Must understand AmeriCorps commitment, be able to complete 900 hours of service in a 12 month time frame, sign a contract and be able to use the Education award. Will need to attend AmeriCorps trainings and meetings.

Position Requirements:

Must be a U.S. citizen, U.S. national or lawful permanent resident and be at least 17 years of age. High school diploma required, college degree preferred. An individual must be able to perform essential duties satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential duties.

Additional Requirements:
Clearance of background investigation and drug screen.
Clean driving record and valid driver’s license.

Position Reports to:

Director of Volunteers

Hours and Salary:

20 hrs p/Wk $13.00 p/hr

To Apply for this Job: *

Send resume and over letter to ddodd@mowtulsa.org

Application Deadline:

Monday, September 30, 2014

Development Associate–Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Youth Services of Tulsa


Name of Job: *

Development Associate

What city will this job be located in? *

Tulsa

Position Description: *

Youth Services of Tulsa is accepting applications for a full-time Development Associate to assist the organization in securing, maintaining, and tracking funding for current and prospective programs and services for youth and their families.

Working with the Director of Development, responsibilities include: manage donor database, produce reports, assist with grant writing and fundraising appeals, and conduct research.

Position Qualifications:

Bachelor's degree and 2-4 years of related experience required. Experience with Donor Perfect or other donor/client database preferred. Excellent writing and computer skills required

Position Reports to:

Director of Development

Hours and Salary:

35,000 - 38,000

To Apply for this Job: *

Visit our website at www.yst.org to print off the application. Return the application with a resume and writing sample to Jill Norman, Human Resources Manager at jnorman@yst.org or fax 918-382-3405

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Wednesday, October 8, 2014

September 8, 2014

Office Manager/Executive Assistant–OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

The Foundation for Oklahoma City Public Schools


Name of Job: *

Office Manager/Executive Assistant

What city will this job be located in? *

Oklahoma City

Position Description: *

Aids the president/CEO with administrative tasks, Board of Trustee communications, special events and donor relations. Responsible for volunteer management and serves as first point of contact with the public via phone and in person office visits. Responsible for handling sometimes sensitive, complex and confidential information and may be responsible for managing calendars and appointments of others in the office.

Position Qualifications:

Passionate about the Foundation and its mission, values and impact. Self starter with strong initiative, sound organizational skills and the ability to manage multiple projects. Adaptable, good judgment, excellent interpersonal skills, professional and courteous, customer focused, excellent written and verbal skills.

Position Requirements:

Bachelor's degree or an equivalent combination of education, skills and experience. Computer proficiency including word processing, email, database management, presentations and spreadsheets (preferred Donor Perfect, Volgistics, Constant Contact, Excel, Power Point)

Position Reports to:

President/CEO

Hours and Salary:

Full time $30,000-$35,000 commisurate with experience

To Apply for this Job: *

Send cover letter and resume to The Foundation for Oklahoma City Public Schools, 5225 N. Shartel, Suite 201, Oklahoma City, OK 73118

Fax 405-879-2088

Email mary@okckids.com

Application Deadline:

Monday, September 22, 2014

Executive Director–El Reno

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Canadian County CASA, Inc.


Name of Job: *

Executive Director

What city will this job be located in? *

El Reno, OK

Position Description: *

Coordinate and direct all components of the Canadian County CASA, Inc. program. Supervise all child advocate volunteers and other personnel. Provide staff support the Board of Directors and all committees. Seek, write and administer grants. Handle clerical and bookkeeping functions. Serve as the lead P/R person for Canadian County CASA.

Position Qualifications:

-Bachelor's degree in Social Services or Business-related field;

Position Requirements:

- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Must possess good computer skills.
- The ability to work efficiently and effectively with little direct supervision.
- The ability to work comfortably with diverse groups of people.
- Knowledge of community resources and social services for children and families.
- Ability to organize and implement child advocate volunteer program.
- Knowledge and understanding of professional ethics, legal responsibilities, and liabilities of a non-profit agency.
- The ability to locate and access existing and potential funding sources.
-Some administrative, grant writing, and public relations experience preferred;

Position Reports to:

Board of Directors

Hours and Salary:

Full-time, 36 hours/week; $35,000-$40,000

To Apply for this Job: *

Send your resume to canadiancocasa@yahoo.com before September 30, 2014

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

September 8, 2014

Volunteer Coordinator– El Reno

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Canadian County CASA, Inc.


Name of Job: *

Volunteer Coordinator

What city will this job be located in? *

El Reno, OK

Position Description: *

Coordinate activities related to the volunteers associated with Canadian County CASA, Inc. and with the Court Appointed Special Advocates program. Provide training to volunteers. Assist with community awareness activities/events. Assist with grants. Assist with financial management.

Position Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree in social services-related field or business-related field preferred and will be given preference; however, 3 years experience in social services work, or equivalent, will be considered.

Position Requirements:

- Knowledge and understanding of issues and dynamics with families in crisis relating to child abuse and neglect. Training and experience working with families given preference.
- Knowledge and understanding of Quick Books
- Knowledge of community resources.
- Knowledge of the child welfare and legal systems.
- Good computer skills (Microsoft Office).
v Understanding of professional ethics, confidentiality, and legal responsibilities of volunteers.
v Ability to organize volunteer training, adapting approved curriculum to meet local needs.
v Ability to communicate effectively in writing.
v Ability to develop and present information to community groups in person or through other media.

Position Reports to:

Executive Director

Hours and Salary:

FT, 36 hours/week; $20,000-$25,000

To Apply for this Job: *

Send your resume to canadiancocasa@yahoo.com

Application Deadline:

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Senior Director of Marketing and Communications–OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

United Way of Central Oklahoma


Name of Job: *

Senior Director of Marketing and Communications

What city will this job be located in? *

Oklahoma City

Position Description: *

The United Way of Central Oklahoma is seeking a full-time Senior Director of Marketing and Communications. This position would be responsible for promoting a consistent message and image of United Way to donor, volunteers and staff. Communicate effectively with co-workers and the general public. Maintain a strong relationship with media.

Position Qualifications:

A Bachelor degree in Marketing, Public Relations, or related field is required; however, in lieu of a degree in Marketing or Public Relations a degree in another field with job experience in Marketing and PR of 2-3 years will be accepted with approval of the President/CEO.

Position Requirements:

A minimum two years of marketing and public relations experience required. A strong knowledge of media relations is preferred but not required. One to three years’ experience in a supervisory role required.

Essential knowledge and skills required include:
• Computer experience with:
o Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint
o Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator
• Excellent written and oral presentation proficiency;
• Ability to efficiently and effectively handle multiple projects;
• Organizational competence and attention to detail;
• Ability to work as part of a team; accepting constructive feedback.
• Excellent people skills;
• Proofreading/AP Style;
• Photography;
• Ability to conduct interview and produce story based on interview.
• Ability to handle difficult situations in a diplomatic fashion.

To Apply for this Job: *

To apply send cover letter, salary range, and resume to ltharp@unitedwayokc.org or mail to Linda Tharp, United Way, PO Box 837, OKC, OK 73101 by September 10th.

Application Deadline:

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Community Relations Specialist–OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Whiz Kids Oklahoma


Name of Job: *

Community Relations Specialist

What city will this job be located in? *

Oklahoma City

Position Description: *

Further the mission of Whiz Kids by serving in a key strategic and operational role.

Position Qualifications:

*Bachelors degree or equivalent experience
*Proven non-profit experience in progressively responsible positions
*Supervisory experience
*Community relations experience
*Strong organizational skills
*Excellent communications skills
*Previous education-related experience a plus

Position Requirements:

*Assist director in program expansion through educating and recruiting schools,churches and tutors

*Participate in strategic plan development and oversee execution of annual plan

*Provide oversight for daily operations

*Responsible for community relations and outreach

*Assist with grant writing and all fundraising

*Participate in office-related administrative duties

Position Reports to:

Whiz Kids Director

To Apply for this Job: *

Please send your resume to jobs@whizkidsok.org.

Application Deadline:

Sunday, November 30, 2014

Comptroller–OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma, Inc.


Name of Job: *

Comptroller

What city will this job be located in? *

Oklahoma City

Position Description: *

Make a Difference!

Do you want a fulfilling career where you can really make a difference in the lives of people? Does a program with a purpose motivate you? Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma, Inc. (LASO) is searching for a Comptroller.

We are a statewide, civil law firm providing legal services to the impoverished and senior population of Oklahoma. With twenty-three offices and a staff of 145+, we are committed to the mission of equal justice.

The Comptroller will be located in the administrative office in Oklahoma City.

Position Qualifications:

The successful individual will be responsible for overseeing all financial aspects of the Organization. Non-profit experience is desired as is experience with governmental, corporate and private funding sources. In return, the employee receives a great benefit package including paid health, dental, life insurance plan; a pension, and generous leave benefits. Additionally, LASO offers a great work environment and educational/career opportunities.

Position Requirements:

Bachelor’s degree in Business Management, Finance, or Accounting or a closely related field.

Substantial professional experience in upper-level financial management.

Experience in non-profit fund accounting.

Position Reports to:

Executive Director

Hours and Salary:

DOE

To Apply for this Job: *

The online application can be found:
https://legalaidokemployment.wufoo.com/forms/z7x4z5/

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Friday, October 17, 2014

September 8, 2014

Director of Development–OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Calm Waters Center for Children and Families


Name of Job: *

Director of Development

What city will this job be located in? *

Oklahoma City

Position Description: *

The Director of Development is responsible for all fundraising and marketing activities of Calm Waters. The Director of Development creates and oversees the implementation of a strategic approach to fundraising, which includes solicitation of gifts from individuals, corporations, foundations, and other sources, planning and execution of special events, and other opportunities to increase funding for the organization. The Director of Development is also responsible for raising awareness of the organization, its programs and services in our community.
1. Plan fund development activities:
­ Collaborate with the Board of Directors and Executive Director to implement a fund development plan to support the strategic direction of the organization
­ Execute the fund development plans in accordance with ethical fundraising principles
­ Develop and follow policies and procedures which reflect best fundraising practices in the industry

2. Organize and implement fund development activities:
­ Develop and manage timelines for various fundraising activities to ensure strategic plans and critical fundraising processes are carried out in a timely manner
­ Coordinate with Executive Director to assist in submitting grant applications, as well as identify new grant opportunities for the agency
­ Assist in the preparation of the United Way applications, data prep and analysis
­ Responsible for the planning and execution of special fundraising events
­ Identify and develop new individual, corporate, and foundation prospects
­ Responsible for nurturing relationships with current constituents
­ Responsible for the maintenance of the donor database (noting all gifts of cash, pledges or in-kind)
­ Responsible for timely acknowledgment of giving, as well as reminders of pledges or other gifts

3. Analyze and improve fund development activities:
­ Monitor and evaluate all fundraising activities to ensure that goals are achieved
­ Responsible for maintaining accurate budget records for marketing and development functions, including those for each special event
­ Identify areas of growth and trends of the agency’s donors, volunteers and constituents, as related to fund development

4. Promote Calm Waters within the community:
­ Leads and participates in tours of the facility, agency presentations and speaking engagements for donors, prospects and members of the general public
­ Oversee the design, printing and distribution of marketing and communication tools
­ Responsible for fostering and nurturing relationships with media contacts
­ Responsible for overseeing the social media strategy of the agency
­ Represent the agency in the community at events, meetings, and other opportunities

5. Other responsibilities as assigned by Executive Director

Position Qualifications:

The Director of Development must hold a Bachelor’s Degree in Nonprofit Management, Journalism, Public Relations, Communications, Business, Marketing or a related field. Experience (2-4 years minimum) in nonprofit fund development is a must.

Position Requirements:

Candidates for the position must have strong communication and interpersonal skills. Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook are required, as well as ability to navigate Raisers Edge fund development software. This position involves both development and marketing of the organization, but candidates should note that major emphasis is on the fundraising efforts for Calm Waters.

Position Reports to:

Executive Director

Hours and Salary:

Full Time - Salary TBD

To Apply for this Job: *

Send cover letter and resume electronically to Barbara Butner, Executive Director Barbara@calmwaters.org
No phone calls please.

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Friday, September 26, 2014

September 8, 2014

On-Call STEM Outreach Educator–Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Tulsa Children's Museum


Name of Job: *

On-Call STEM Outreach Educator

What city will this job be located in? *

Tulsa

Position Description: *

The Outreach Educator primarily implements interpretive programming to children in a variety of settings and locations including schools and community centers on topics related to science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). The educator will provide both structured interpretive programs and casual interpretative experiences for audiences. The educator will be assigned primary, secondary and tertiary educational areas selected from various educational program areas by the Outreach Manager.

Position Qualifications:

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS & RESPONSIBILITIES:

• Delivers STEM based outreach classes; provides educational training to paid and unpaid staff related to STEM outreach programming.
• Participates in the development of new STEM outreach program opportunities as assigned.
• Participates in education events, such as volunteer training and community events.
• This position is non-exempt, paid hourly.
• This position is On-Call, scheduled for less than 30 hours/week.

Working Conditions:

• Physical Demands: 20 % Sitting 70 % Standing 10 % Lifting/Carrying/Pushing/Pulling 30 Pounds

SECONDARY FUNCTIONS:

• Performs secondary responsibilities in at least one additional program, including museum classes or Discovery Lab facilitation.
• Maintains a safe and secure environment for guests and staff.
• Maintains integrity and appearance of TCM’s program materials and props.
• Keeps current in education related to TCM’s exhibits and programs.
• Helps train, coach, and supervise education volunteers.
• Helps with general educational and interpretative programming (research, writing, etc.).
• Assumes tasks and responsibilities as assigned by the Outreach Manager.

Position Requirements:

KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS/ABILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:

• Demonstrated ability and experience presenting STEM based curriculum.
• Ability to follow basic instructions.
• Strong customer service skills.
• Professional communication skills, both written and oral.
• Excellent organizational, analytical and problem solving skills.
• Good attention to detail.
• Excellent coordination and project management skills, including ability to take initiative.
• Working knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel.
• Ability to present 21st Century process skills and content in an engaging way with a diverse population of learners.
• Ability to handle multiple projects and tasks at once.
• Visual, perceptual, cognitive and judgment ability in order to recognize and respond appropriately to safety and security issues.
• Understanding of confidentiality and protocol.
PREFERENCES:

EDUCATION & WORK EXPERIENCE:

REQUIREMENTS:

• Bachelor’s Degree in education with college course work in science, technology, engineering, or math, or equivalent combination of education and experience.
• Minimum 2 years delivering STEM educational programming.
• Minimum of one year experience teaching in an informal setting (museum, zoo, nature preserve).

PREFERENCES:

• Fluency in a language in addition to English to support TCM’s accessibility mission and objectives.
• Experience working with volunteers.
• Early childhood education experience.

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS/PREFERENCES, INCLUDING LICENSES AND CERTIFICATIONS:

REQUIREMENTS:

• Valid driver’s license.
• Pre-employment and/or pre-duty checks, such as criminal background check, alcohol and drug test, and reference checks.

Note: This position description is representative of the major position requirements and is not intended to be all inclusive.

Position Reports to:

Director of Educational Impact

Hours and Salary:

TBD

To Apply for this Job: *

Please visit tulsachildrensmuseum.org for application and instructions.

Application Deadline:

Friday, September 19, 2014

Office Manager–OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Rebuilding Together OKC


Name of Job: *

Office Manager

What city will this job be located in? *

Oklahoma City

Position Description: *

I. Title and Authority
The position will be known as the “Office Manager” for Rebuilding Together OKC. S/he will report to the Executive Director. This position is responsible for assisting the Executive Director, staff and clients of Rebuilding Together OKC to carry out its mission and goals. They will serve in a supportive capacity with primary responsibilities in office management and reception.

II. Responsibilities
Answer the phones, direct calls to the appropriate party and take messages when needed. Greet visitors and assist with their needs. Create and prepare correspondence and mail outs as directed by staff. Open and distribute mail when it is received.

Process accounts payable and accounts receivable using QuickBooks. Work closely with Accountant to keep finance records and retention in order. Run reports as needed. Oversee online donation accounts. Maintain office contracts.

Perform data entry functions as necessary. This will include entering information from homeowner applications and tracking volunteer hours.

Keep office organized and inventoried. Order and track charges for office supplies. Ensure that all meetings hosted at the RTOKC office have supplies, materials and technology set-up necessary. Update all office lists, including telephone directory.

Work with the rest of the RTOKC staff on special events, including the Golf Classic and the Construction Derby.

Desire to improve efficiency of current processes and benefit office atmosphere. Other duties as assigned.

III. Hours and Compensation
The position is full-time and the Office Manager will be working out of the Rebuilding Together office. The Office Manager will be expected to work, on average, 35 hours per week, however, the position may require more than 40 hours per week during periods of peak activity. Normal office hours are Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm with 1 hour break.

Holidays
RT annually observes the following holidays as days off with full pay for full-time employees: Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day + Friday, Christmas Day and New Year’s Day. When a holiday falls on a Saturday or Sunday, the preceding Friday or following Monday, respectively, shall be designated holidays unless otherwise advised. The office is closed for five days between Christmas and the New Year’s. During the summer months, employees alternate working on Fridays with each employee getting three Fridays off.

Personal leave
1 day leave is earned per month of employment up to a maximum of ten days the first fiscal year. For each fiscal year thereafter, each employee is eligible for 15 days paid leave. Vacations should be scheduled in advance and taken during slower periods of the program. No more than 5 days leave can be carried over to the following year.

Benefits
Health insurance is paid for employee coverage and dependent coverage is available through payroll deduction. Mileage expense will reimbursed at the current IRS rate for use of the employee’s personal vehicle for job-related activities.

Position Qualifications:

Proficient in Microsoft Office (Excel and Word); experience with QuickBooks a plus; communication and interpersonal skills; organizational skills; ability to interface with public; flexibility (must be available weekends and evenings as necessary for special events). This is a team player position.

This is a non-exempt, hourly position, commensurate with experience/skill.

Position Reports to:

Executive Director

To Apply for this Job: *

Applicants should send their resume and cover letter to jennifer@rebuildingtogetherokc.org by September 19, 2014.

Application Deadline:

Friday, September 19, 2014

Program Coordinator- Residential–Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

A New Leaf


Name of Job: *

Program Coordinator- Residential

What city will this job be located in? *

Tulsa

Position Description: *

• Ensures staff receive necessary training pertaining to in-services specific to the individuals served and orientation of job functions. May conduct training when authorized.
• Ensures adequate staff coverage; performs duties of HM/HTS/DCS if necessary.
• Ensures that individuals’ needs are addressed by:
a. Following all DDSD and Individual Plan (IP) requirements;
b. Completing regular and unannounced site visits per DDSD policy (requires a minimum of three monthly face-to-face visits, at least two of which must be unannounced. Of the two unannounced visits, one must be on a Saturday or Sunday OR between the hours of 8 p.m. and 7 a.m. on a weekday);
c. Monitoring home environment and ensuring repairs are made and items are purchased as needed;
d. Attending/organizing appointments with doctors and professional as necessary;
e. Requesting additional services per the individuals needs as necessary including by not limited to unit requests, assessments;
f. Reviewing and responding to incident reports, including notifying the appropriate persons per DDSD and A New Leaf, Inc. policy;
g. Writing/revising IPs as needed including outcomes and measurements with supporting documentation and tracking sheets;
h. Ensuring staff assisting the individuals are aware and trained to meet the IP outcomes/measurements and appropriate tracking is completed.
• Initiates and responds to communication with family members, Case Managers, professionals and other team members. Participates in all necessary meetings involving individuals’ teams and serves as a liaison between A New Leaf, Inc. and the respective parties. Develops and maintains a sound working relationship with all associated with A New Leaf, Inc. Relates well with the public, parents, customers, visitors, state employees and other provider agencies.
• Coordinates and completes all documentation/paperwork required for quarterly reports, annual team meetings, Quality Assurance reviews, and any requests from outside agencies (SSA, DHS, OCA, etc.) for periodic reviews/evaluation. Distributes documentation/paperwork appropriately.
• Performs on-call duties on a rotating basis.
• Ensures compliance with policy and procedures of A New Leaf, Inc.

Position Requirements:

• Must be 21 years or older.
• Bachelor’s Degree in a related field required; work experience in the field, and the ability to successfully complete all training requirements for the position are required. Supervisory experience preferred.
• Preference given to persons with previous Foundations and ETS training and/or experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities if meeting the educational requirement.
• Expressed desire to work with persons with developmental disabilities.
• Ability to establish and maintain cooperative relationships with staff; express good judgment in evaluation situations and making decisions; express ideas clearly and effectively. Give effective administrative leadership to the program and plan, assign and supervise the work of others.
• Ability to work a flexible schedule based on schedules of the individuals served by A New Leaf.
• Physical ability to conduct training involving manual labor.
• Must have reliable transportation, current vehicle insurance and valid driver’s license.
• Good oral and written communication skills.
• Final hiring pending on a clean OSBI background check, clean driving record, Community Services Registry check, and pre-employment screening.

Position Reports to:

Residential Division Director

Hours and Salary:

40/week, salary TBD

To Apply for this Job: *

Email full resume and details of qualifications to hr@anewleaf.org

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Sunday, November 30, 2014

September 8, 2014

Part Time Gallery Assistant–Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Tulsa Children's Museum


Name of Job: *

Part Time Gallery Assistant

What city will this job be located in? *

Tulsa

Position Description: *

The Gallery Assistant primarily assists the floor educator in interpretive programming for the visiting public, including schools, families, children, and adults. The Gallery Assistant will provide casual interpretative experiences for these audiences.

Position Qualifications:

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS & RESPONSIBILITIES:

• Presents educational programs to museum visitors. Roles include, but are not limited to: exhibit interpretation, demonstrations, and birthday party facilitation.
• Maintains a safe and secure environment for guests and staff.
• Maintains integrity and appearance of TCM’s exhibits and public spaces on a daily basis.
• Helps with general educational and interpretative programming.
• Assumes tasks and responsibilities as assigned by the Director of Educational Impact.
• Participates in education events, such as community events and volunteer training.
• This position is non-exempt, paid hourly.
• This position is regular part-time, scheduled for less than 30 hours/week.

Working Conditions:

• Physical Demands: 20 % Sitting 70 % Standing 10 % Lifting/Carrying/Pushing/Pulling 30 Pounds

KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS/ABILITIES:

• Ability to follow basic instructions.
• Strong customer service skills.
• Professional communication skills, both written and oral.
• Good attention to detail.
• Visual, perceptual, cognitive and judgment ability in order to recognize and respond appropriately to safety and security issues.

Position Requirements:

EDUCATION & WORK EXPERIENCE:

REQUIREMENTS:

• High School diploma or equivalent combination of experience and education.
• Working knowledge of computers, cash register systems and/or ticketing systems.
• Minimum 6 months of customer service experience.

PREFERENCES:

• Fluency in a language in addition to English to support TCM’s accessibility mission and objectives.
• Experience working with volunteers.

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS/PREFERENCES, INCLUDING LICENSES AND CERTIFICATIONS:

REQUIREMENTS:

• Pre-employment and/or pre-duty checks, such as criminal background check, alcohol and drug test, and reference checks.

Note: This position description is representative of the major position requirements and is not intended to be all inclusive.

Position Reports to:

Director of Educational Impact

Hours and Salary:

TBD

To Apply for this Job: *

Please visit tulsachildrensmuseum.org for application and instructions.

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Friday, September 19, 2014

September 8, 2014

Marketing and Membership Executive–Bartlesville

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma


Name of Job: *

Marketing and Membership Executive

What city will this job be located in? *

Bartlesville

Position Description: *

Under the guidance of the director of marketing and membership services, develops and increases girl and adult membership in assigned jurisdiction and assists in developing and implementing plans for membership engagement in all markets, including recruitment of volunteers in multiple market segments. Works collaboratively with other members of the council staff to promote the Girl Scout Leadership Experience and attains sustained membership growth in assigned areas. Represents and extends Girl Scouting in the community through presentations, collaborative efforts and networking

• Assists in developing a proactive recruitment strategy for girls and adults.
• Researches market data and other pertinent information to become knowledgeable about external community needs and possibilities for girl and adult recruitment in the assigned geographic area.
• Markets Girl Scouting in the community, including presentations to outside groups, to recruit volunteers and girls to the mission of Girl Scouting and to enhance the image of and the support for Girl Scouting in the community.
• Cultivates community organizations to identify funding opportunities and collaborative program partnership options. Researches community resources, identifies possible program and service opportunities, and promotes the image of Girl Scouting as a benefit to the community.
• Builds community visibility to recruit members to all pathways based on local participation preferences.
• Develops new community based program delivery strategies and resources (pathways).
• Identifies and engages Girl Scout alumnae in areas served.
• Networks to build contacts, collaborations and fundraising in the community.
• Raises public awareness in the community on issues related to girls; serves as an advocate for girls and issues related to girls.
• Supports all council fund development activities including grant proposal research. Supports United Way activities as needed.
• Writes reports, researches and analyzes statistical data.
• Attends team meetings regularly and is an active participant in strategic learning for membership recruitment and marketing.
• Ensures that team goals are accomplished.
• Collaborates with Volunteer Services department and Program department to ensure delivery of the Girl Scout Leadership Experience to girls in assigned service areas.
• Collaborates with Volunteer Services department, Program department, and administrative volunteers to identify local strategies that localize regional and council-wide priorities.
• Accountable for special projects as assigned.

Position Qualifications:

• Ability to model behavior consistent with the Girl Scout Mission, Promise, values and Law.
• Unequivocal commitment to pluralism.
• Ability to work effectively with people from diverse backgrounds.
• Willingness to work a flexible schedule including occasional evenings, weekends and overnights as necessary and ability to travel as job requires.
• Proof of meeting Oklahoma State requirements regarding auto licensing and driver’s license.
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
• Ability to make effective presentations.
• Exceptional customer service.
• Organizational skills and demonstrated ability to achieve goals.
• Ability to handle multiple priorities simultaneously.
• Problem-solving skills.
• Ability to work independently or as a team member.
• Ability to lift up to 25 pounds.
• Knowledge of Girl Scouting.
• Experience in marketing.
• Experience supervising the work of volunteers.
• Bachelor’s degree in related field or relevant equivalent experience.


Position Reports to:

Director of Marketing and Membership

Hours and Salary:

Annual - 37k - 40k

To Apply for this Job: *

Please email resume and salary requirements to dchambers@gseok.org or you may fax to 918 749 2556 Attention: Human Resources

Subject : Marketing & Memembership - BARTLESVILLE

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

September 8, 2014

Director of Girl Programming & Membership Support –OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Girl Scouts-Western Oklahoma


Name of Job: *

Director of Girl Programming & Membership Support

What city will this job be located in? *

Oklahoma City

Position Description: *

Imagine joining a group of individuals—each with their own unique skills and passions, but united by a common purpose.
Imagine yourself at Girl Scouts!

Girl Scouts of Western Oklahoma serves 39 counties in western Oklahoma. We are a member of the Council of Girl Scouts of the USA. The leadership program for girls is based on the Girl Scout Leadership Experience model, which allows girls to discover themselves, connect with others and take action to make the world a better place.

We are seeking career professionals committed to making a difference. Working with the Girl Scouts—an organization with a solid history and a growing future—means working to your full potential in a dynamic and diverse environment.


Director of Girl Programming & Membership Support


The Director of Girl Programming & Membership Support is responsible for providing leadership and ongoing oversight in the implementation of the councils engagement and retention strategies from orientation through re-registration. She/he works collaboratively with other members of the council’s Leadership Team for the smoothe transition and placement of girls and volunteers and ensures high quality programs and activities are offered/delivered. The Director works with the department to ensure a high level of customer service to the councils membership and develops specific retention strategies to keep girls and adult volunteers engaged. The Director sets goals for the team and oversees department operations to achieve council retention goals.



ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

Participates as a Volunteer System project team member
Assists in business process development and applications system user testing
Assists in delivery of user training and implementation.
Proactively engages and trains volunteers for council-wide adoption
Other project duties as assigned
Develops strategies and over-sees operations to achieve council girl and adult retention goals.
Ensures consistent, quality delivery of the Girl Scout program, as well as interpretation of and adherence to council policies and procedures. (Programs include services to troops, service units, camp, travel, events, series, awards, outreach, STEM, specialized curriculum, etc.).
Works in partnership with the Director of Membership Recruitment to develop and execute a plan to ensure that our membership is reflective of the community in which we serve and to work towards a growing membership market share.
Hires, trains, coaches, supervises and evaluates staff. Monitors workloads and functionally directed work plans of the retention team to ensure attainment of individual and team goals.
Develops and utilizes a comprehensive marketing plan to achieve council retention rates for girl and adult members by analyzing market data, membership trends, and other pertinent resources and revises marketing strategies as needed.
Interprets, analyzes and reports statistical information on membership retention and prepares detailed membership retention analysis reports including participation rates for key programs.
Develops, evaluates, assesses and monitors the departmental budget, including material resources and staffing. Ensures effective use of resources.
Collaborates with marketing department to ensure all materials, publications and presentations provide a consistent image of Girl Scouts to internal audiences and the community at large.
Promotes and supports the council’s fund development efforts. Provides strategic direction in the development of funding strategies. Ensures grant/funding compliance.
Develops strategies and oversees program operations to achieve participation goals for key programs (camp, outreach/community troops, events, STEM, girl and adult awards, etc.).
Oversees risk management issues and addresses concerns with Leadership Team.
Provides leadership and support to further council strategic goals and objectives.
Collaborates with Facility Services to develop long-term property plan and ensure properties meet programming, girl and volunteer needs.
Creates a member-focused culture and models relationship-building skills in all interactions.
Fosters a climate of innovation, manages escalated complaints from members/parents and resolves problems to ensure member satisfaction.
Represents and promotes Girl Scouts in the local community and develops positive working relationships with key community leaders, families, organizations, schools, faith communities and business. Develops and maintains collaborative relationships with community agencies in service delivery areas.

Position Qualifications:

SUPERVISORY DUTIES
Directs staff in providing and implementing membership retention activities. Work with other departments to ensure cross-collaborative planning, processes and procedures.
Provides regular performance reviews with direct reports.
Provide leadership, direction and coaching as needed.

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE
Bachelor’s degree in a relevant course of study, or equivalent experience; graduate degree a plus, but not required.
Minimum of 6 years of directly relevant work experience, preferably in a non-profit organization, demonstrating progressively increasing responsibility and accountability, as well as overall functional success

REQUIRED SKILLS & ABILITIES
Strategic Planning, budget development and management skills
Ability to analyze community and statistical data
Skill in the management and motivation of volunteers
Proven skills in the supervision and motivation of staff
Demonstrated leadership, collaborative, management, and interpersonal skills
Self-starter with the ability to manage time, work independently, and handle multiple priorities and to work as part of a team
Ability to successfully handle conflict resolution
The ability to demonstrate and articulate a genuine passion for the Girl Scout mission and vision
Proven capability to maintain a high degree of confidentiality

ADDITIONAL JOB REQUIREMENTS
Clearance of background check and drug screen.
Become a registered member of GSUSA
Access to reliable transportation
Must carry and show proof of 100/300/100 liability coverage on personal vehicle

Benefits
In exchange for your hard work and dedication, we offer:
Competitive pay, depending on experience.
Continuous training.
Medical coverage including health, dental, vision, life and disability insurance.
High energy, professional work environment.

We work to maintain the best possible environment for our employees, where people can learn and grow with the company. We strive to provide a collaborative, creative environment where each person feels encouraged to contribute to our processes, decisions, planning and culture.

To Apply for this Job: *


Posted On:

Please follow the link to submit your application to this job posting: http://ejob.bz/ATS/jb.do?reqGK=818308

September 8, 2014

AmeriCorps Member- SPARK Assistant- OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Urban Mission
Name of Job: *
AmeriCorp Member-SPARK assistant
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * The Urban Mission is now taking applications for a 12 month, half-time AmeriCorps Position to work with our SPARK Kids.
The Urban Mission is a 501(c)3 social service agency that has been serving Oklahomans in need for over 40 years. The Mission provides services for economically disadvantaged families that help enrich their health and family life. The AmeriCorp member will work as a SPARK (Support Program of Art and Reading for Kids) teacher with our K-5th grade children; which is an after school and all day summer program. This program is intended for neighborhood at risk children that need help with basics such as reading, writing, arts and crafts, exercise activites and nutritional skills. Along with acting as a mentor for these things, the member will also assist in designing a curriculum that will help enrich their lives through social activities such as library events, museum excursions and cultural outings. The member will also help with our Back-to-School supply program and the Santa Store Christmas program by providing intake, procurement and implementation support of the projects. 
Position Qualifications:
• Some college preferred
• Love working with kids
• Prior work or volunteer experience with children and with non-profit organizations is preferred
• Mature, professional, self-motivated team player
• Good interpersonal skills
• Ability to manage multiple projects and priorities
Position Requirements:
AmeriCorps half-time Member will work 900 hours from
September 2014-August 2015. The position generally follows dates & times of OKC Public School System. Salary negotiable, plus $2,822. Education Award after completion of service.
Position Reports to:
Executive Director
To Apply for this Job: *


Please no phone calls
Send resume to contact@urbanmissionokc.org

VP of Strategic Partnerships- OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Feed the Children
Name of Job: *
VP of Strategic Partnerships
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * SUMMARY: 

The Vice President of Strategic Partnerships is responsible for leading fund development efforts to financially support and enhance Feed the Children's mission, programs and goals. This position will be responsible for the creation and management of a well-coordinated, fund development plan for several areas of high-impact fundraising, including but not limited to: domestic and international Corporations, Combined Federal Campaigns and Workplace Giving programs, OKC-based Foundations and Corporations, and Special Projects initiatives. This position will oversee a team of fundraisers.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: 

Direct all aspects of planning and leadership of the Strategic Partnerships department, ensuring that the appropriate structures, systems, competencies and values are developed in order to meet and exceed the goals and expectations of each area of responsibility.

Establish long-term partnerships, strengthen existing relationships and initiate new contacts with corporations, in addition to leveraging the workplace giving programs within larger corporations and governmental agencies.

Design, implement, and manage a comprehensive development plan to research and identify sources of support, develop strategies to generate new proposals based on corporate goals and interests, and expand and enhance strong communication ties with corporate donors and prospects.

Identify emerging business leadership and industry trends, with a special emphasis on developing high value-exchange relationships to identify, cultivate and secure five, six and seven figure philanthropic commitments to support the mission and goals of the organization.

Maintain a rigorous contact management schedule with appropriate corporate leaders and representatives, implementing strong research and moves management plans specific to each area of fundraising, and working with internal creative teams to develop highly-compelling and relevant presentations and proposals.

Provide leadership and strategy development for the CFC Workplace Giving team, ensuring this area is well-prepared and equipped appropriately to continue growing this key program.

Provide leadership and direction for the expansion of internationally-focused corporate partners, both in-kind and cash support for our international programs.

Cultivate a strong environment of growth and results orientation, consistent business development/fundraising performance, and quality relationship management of partners and sponsors.

Recruit, develop and lead a staff that is focused on results and skilled in developing relationships, ensuring they have the requisite training and resources to help them achieve and exceed their goals. 

Manage department P&L to ensure revenue targets are met and expenses are in line with budgets and appropriate ROI.

Establish and monitor staff performance and development goals, assign accountabilities, set objectives and establish priorities.

Model the type and level of behavior, professionalism and leadership that is in accordance with the values of the organization.

Travel as required, both domestically and internationally.

Perform other related duties as required and necessary. 
Position Qualifications: Education: 
Bachelor's degree (BA, BS) with emphasis in business, marketing, communications or other related field or commensurate experience

Experience:
Ten years of overall experience working in high-impact foundation, corporate and major gifts relationship building and fundraising, with a demonstrated record of success in generating significant commitments from the same. Equivalent experience and success in high-impact business development and corporate sales will be considered in lieu of fundraising

7+ years of experience personally driving and managing the strategies for $1 million+ fundraising programs or campaigns or sales

5+ years of prior senior management experience

Demonstrated expertise and success in developing and implementing fundraising and/or business development/corporate sales strategies, from prospect/sector research, identification, cultivation and securing/growing the funding/sales relationships

Demonstrated ability to craft or direct the development of relevant and compelling presentations and proposals tailored to the audience and setting

Excellent knowledge of methods, practices and procedures for obtaining information about the giving programs of foundations and corporations

Superior organizational, interpersonal and networking skills with large groups as well as with individuals 

Ability to maintain a high level of poise and professionalism in difficult circumstances

Strong capabilities and experience to initiate and build relationships with prospective corporate and foundation donors, both in person and via phone/digital

Demonstrated ability to take primary responsibility for diverse number of projects and to complete them in a timely manner with limited supervision

Strong track record of building, mentoring and coaching a team of relationship or development managers

Experience developing and managing budgets, and hiring, training, developing, supervising and appraising personnel

Innovative thinker, with a track record for translating strategic thinking into action plans and output

Excellent judgment and creative problem solving skills, including negotiation and conflict resolution skills

Superior management skills; ability to influence and engage direct and indirect reports and peers

Excellent and persuasive communicator

Energetic, flexible, collaborative, and proactive; a team leader who can positively and productively impact others

Exceptional written, oral, interpersonal, and presentation skills and the ability to effectively interface with senior management and key leaders, both internally and externally

Ability to operate as an effective tactical as well as strategic thinker

Licenses and Certifications: None 
Position Requirements: KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: 
Administration and Management — Knowledge of business and management principles involved in strategic planning, resource allocation, leadership technique, production methods, and coordination of people and resources.

English Language — Knowledge of the structure and content of the English language including the meaning and spelling of words, rules of composition, and grammar.

Computer Skills – Intermediate skills using Microsoft Office products Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook.

Customer Service - Manages difficult or emotional customer situations; Responds promptly to customer needs; Solicits customer feedback to improve service; Responds to requests for service and assistance; Meets commitments.

Oral Communication - Speaks clearly, persuasively and professionally in positive or negative situations; Listens and gets clarification; Responds well to questions; Demonstrates group presentation skills; Participates in meetings.

Written Communication - Writes clearly and informatively; Edits work for spelling and grammar; Varies writing style to meet needs; Presents numerical data effectively; Able to read and interpret written information.

Teamwork - Balances team and individual responsibilities; Exhibits objectivity and openness to others' views; Gives and welcomes feedback; Contributes to building a positive team spirit; Puts success of team above own interests; Able to build morale and group commitments to goals and objectives; Supports everyone's efforts to succeed.

Ethics - Treats people with respect; Keeps commitments; Inspires the trust of others; Works with integrity and ethically; Upholds organizational values.

Reasoning - Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form. Ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations.

Physical Demands: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. 

Travel: The travel requirements for this position are estimated to be 25% of the work time with some occasional weekends, and at peak seasons it may be as high as 50-60%. Travel may include Domestic and International travel. 
To Apply for this Job: *
www.feedthechildren.org/careers
Application Deadline: Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Development Director- Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Arts & Humanities Council of Tulsa
Name of Job: *
DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa
Position Description: * JOB TITLE: DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR
REPORTS TO: EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR & CEO
EMPLOYMENT STATUS: FULL-TIME
SALARY: COMMENSURATE WITH SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE
FLSA STATUS: EXEMPT
JOB SUMMARY
The Development Director provides administrative and strategic oversight for comprehensive
fundraising campaign that integrates capital, annual, endowment and planned giving
campaigns. A Long-Range Master Agency Development Plan is designed as a tool to meet
this goal. Design is based on research and documentation of local and national funding
resources. First-class service to donors is paramount.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
Lead agency development functions
o Establish and implement Long-Range Master Agency Development Plan
• Develop and execute a strategy for a sustained base of annual support
that formalizes Planned Giving and Endowment programs
• Create Fundraising Policy
o Prepare and implement annual fundraising activities to meet agency program
and operating expenses
• Budget agency fundraising goals
• Secure financial support from foundations, corporations and individuals to
meet set goals
§ Develop and author agency grant proposals and related activities
§ Generate agency special event sponsorship incentives
§ Create and implement annual gift campaign
§ Lead board and staff in fundraising activities
• Track proposals and produce accountability reports to board and staff
• Direct donor acknowledgement campaigns
o Oversee donor relations
• Cultivate prospective donors and provide stewardship for gifts received
• Supervise updates to donor files
• Produce annual report
• Develop and promote annual membership categories and benefits
• Perform community presentations
o Manage donor database activities
• Direct staff responsible for data entry, gift processing and
acknowledgement
• Recognize and be responsive to the needs of all clients of the organization, including
funding organizations, the Board of Directors, participants, employer, and staff.
Measures for Success
To be successful in this position, the employee must:
1) Meet annual fundraising goals
2) Develop exceptional insight into donors and their giving patterns
2) Increase foundation and corporate understanding and support
3) Establish valuable support systems for campaigns
4) Maximize use of Raiser’s Edge as a fundraising tool
5) Demonstrate vision and creativity to promote agency
6) Bring volunteers, sponsors and staff together to accomplish common goals
7) Demonstrate good judgment of volunteer capabilities
8) Exhibit excellent budgeting skills 
Position Qualifications: Competencies
To perform the job successfully, an individual should demonstrate the following
competencies:
Problem Solving - Identifies and resolves problems in a timely manner; Gathers and
analyzes information skillfully; Develops alternative solutions; Works well in group problem
solving situations; Uses reason even when dealing with emotional topics.
Teamwork - Balances team and individual responsibilities; Exhibits objectivity and openness
to others' views; Gives and welcomes feedback; Contributes to building a positive team
spirit; Puts success of team above own interests; Able to build morale and group
commitments to goals and objectives; Supports everyone's efforts to succeed.
Leadership - Exhibits confidence in self and others; Inspires and motivates others to
perform well; effectively influences actions and opinions of others; Accepts feedback from
others; Gives appropriate recognition to others.
Organizational Support - Follows policies and procedures; Completes administrative tasks
correctly and on time; Supports organization's goals and values; Benefits organization
through outside activities; Supports affirmative action and respects diversity.
Education and Experience
Bachelor's degree required, professional certification preferred; Five years experience with
increasing responsibility in charitable fund development and public relations; Demonstrated
success in meeting annual fund goals and development management; Strong knowledge of
principles, ethics and practices of successful fundraising; Excellent verbal, written, and
interpersonal and relationship-building skills. 
Position Requirements: Language Skills
Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules and procedure manuals. Ability
to write routine reports and correspondence. Ability to speak effectively before groups of
constituents or employees of organization.
Reasoning Ability
Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations.
Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule
form.
Computer Skills
To perform this job successfully, an individual should have knowledge of Excel, Word, and
Outlook software. Google platform and Apple products are the agency standard. Proficiency
in Raiser’s Edge preferred.
Physical Demands
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an
employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable
accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential
functions.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit and talk or
hear. The employee is occasionally required to stand; walk; use hands to finger, handle, or
feel; reach with hands and arms and climb or balance. The employee must occasionally lift
and/or move up to 10 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close
vision, distance vision, color vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus.
Work Environment
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an
employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable
accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential
functions.
The noise level in the work environment is usually quiet. 
Position Reports to:
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR & CEO
Hours and Salary:
Commensurate with skills and experience
To Apply for this Job: *
Send cover letter, curriculum vitae, three references and contact information to:
crainbow@ahct.org
Subject: Development Director
-or-
Arts & Humanities Council of Tulsa
Hardesty Arts Center
101 E Archer Ave
Tulsa, OK 74103
Attn: Development Director
No phone calls
Posted Date August 29, 2014
Submission Deadline September 26, 201
Application Deadline: Friday, September 26, 2014

Gardener- OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Myriad Gardens Foundation
Name of Job: *
Gardener
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: *
This position reports to the Lead Horticulturist and will be responsible for maintaining a section of the 15 acre gardens by performing garden maintenance tasks. Full-time; occasional night/weekends.
Position Qualifications: Key Responsibilities:
•Responsible performing garden maintenance tasks such as installing plants, proper pruning, weeding, watering, mulching, and maintaining plant health with correct soil fertility and inspection for insect and disease and conducting the appropriate treatment (i.e. fertilizers/pesticides). 
•Must have a keen eye for garden detail. 
•Will work with irrigator to help make small repairs and schedule appropriate water times. 
•Must be able to use power tools and equipment such as weed eaters, mowers, blowers, and sprayers. 
•Must be able to assume responsibility for following all procedures and guidelines related to safety, safe operation of equipment, and equipment maintenance tasks. 
•Observe and remember details, establish and meet garden project completion schedules on a daily, weekly, and monthly basis. 
•Follow specified procedures in performing single or multi-task assignments, and may work as a member of a crew with other staff or volunteers or work individually. Daily assignments are received verbally and/or in writing from the supervisor. 
•Gardeners should have a friendly, polite, service oriented demeanor and interact with the public when appropriate. This position requires working outdoors in inclement weather. 
Position Requirements:
Education/Work Experience Requirements:
•Horticulture or related education/experience.
•General knowledge of health and safety requirements as it relates to gardening tasks and equipment.
To Apply for this Job: *
For full job description visit www.myriadgardens.org

Please apply by sending:
•A resume with references to: Myriad Gardens Foundation, ATTN: A. Elkins 301 W. Reno Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73102 or
aelkins@myriadgardens.org. 

Event Rental Coordinator- OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Myriad Gardens Foundation
Name of Job: *
Event Rental Coordinator
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: *
The event rental coordinator will assist in providing organizational and operational support in the development and execution of events to ensure all events run smoothly and successfully from the creation of contracts to the clean-up of events night of. The event rental coordinator will also work as part of a team to support all internal events at the Myriad Gardens. This position will also be providing clerical and administrative support to the Rentals department and must be able to work flexible hours.
To Apply for this Job: *
Send resume and cover letter to Chelsea Wilson, Facilities Operations & Rental Manager, at cwilson@myriadgardens.org or Myriad Gardens
Foundation 301 W. Reno, Oklahoma City, OK 73102. Deadline for applications: September 10, 2014. Position will remain open until filled.
Application Deadline: Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Executive Director- OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Oklahoma Engineering Foundation
Name of Job: *
Executive Director
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * Organization
Founded in 1975, the Oklahoma Engineering Foundation is an organization of engineers, educators, and industry and community partners committed to furthering STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) education in Oklahoma, producing engineering professionals, and employing them in Oklahoma.

We do this by ENGAGING students in middle and high school, ENCOURAGING collegiate students through scholarships, and EMPOWERING those students to succeed in engineering careers due to partnerships with industry and community leaders.

For more information, please visit www.oef.org

Position
Reporting to the Board of Trustees, the Executive Director (ED) will have overall strategic and operational responsibility for OEF’s staff, programs, expansion, and execution of its mission. S/he will initially develop deep knowledge of field, core programs, operations, and business plans. The Executive Director reports to the Board of Trustees and is responsible for the organization's consistent achievement of its mission and financial objectives.

Leadership & Management:
• Ensure ongoing local programmatic excellence, rigorous program evaluation, and consistent quality of finance and administration, fundraising, communications, and systems; recommend timelines and resources needed to achieve the strategic goals
• Actively engage and energize OEF’s volunteers, board members, event committees, alumni, partnering organizations, and funders
• Develop, maintain, and support a strong Board of Trustees: serve as ex-officio of each committee, seek and build board involvement with strategic direction for both ongoing local operations as well as for the national rollout
• Ensure effective systems to track scaling progress, and regularly evaluate program components, so as to measure successes that can be effectively communicated to the board, funders, and other constituents.

Administration:
• Assure that the organization has a long-range strategy which achieves its mission, and toward which it makes consistent and timely progress.
• Provide leadership in developing program, organizational and financial plans with the Board of Trustees and contractors, and carry out plans and policies authorized by the board.
• Promote active and broad participation by volunteers in all areas of the organization's work.
• Maintain official records and documents, and ensure compliance with federal, state and local regulations.
• Maintain a working knowledge of significant developments and trends in the field.
• Basic bookkeeping and other office-related duties.

Development/Fundraising & Communications:
• Expand local revenue generating and fundraising activities to support existing program operations and regional expansion while simultaneously instituting an endowment fund campaign.
• Deepen and refine all aspects of communications—from web presence to external relations with the goal of creating a stronger brand
• Use external presence and relationships to garner new opportunities
• See that the board is kept fully informed on the condition of the organization and all important factors influencing it.
• Publicize the activities of the organization, its programs and goals.
• Establish sound working relationships and cooperative arrangements with community groups and organizations.
• Represent the programs and point of view of the organization to agencies, organizations, and the general public.
• Complete the strategic business planning process for the program expansion into new markets (aka Oklahoma counties not currently participating in OEF programs)
• Begin to build partnerships in new markets, establishing relationships with the funders, and political and community leaders at each expansion site
• Be an external local and statewide presence that publishes and communicates program results with an emphasis on the successes of the local program 

Programming:
• Plan and facilitate the Engineering Fair and corresponding local National Engineer’s Week activities 
• Serve as State Coordinator for the Oklahoma MATHCOUNTS program, assisting chapter coordinators with their events and coordinating the state competition.
• Attend the national MATHCOUNTS competition held annually in May
• Sit on the Future City Competition programming committee and serve as necessary to make that event successful.
• Monitors OEF scholarship and all documentation thereof to ensure all scholarships are properly and timely awarded and that guidelines are up to date and meet donor intent.
• Continue OEF’s leadership role in the newly formed OK STEM Network
• Look for other opportunities for OEF engagement, utilizing a developed RFP process.

Human Resources:
• Be responsible for the recruitment, employment, and release of all personnel, both paid staff and volunteers.
• Ensure that job descriptions are developed, that regular performance evaluations are held, and that sound human resource practices are in place.
• See that an effective management team, with appropriate provision for succession, is in place.
• Encourage staff and volunteer development and education, and assist program staff in relating their specialized work to the total program of the organization.
• Maintain a climate which attracts, keeps, and motivates a diverse staff of top quality people.

Budget & Finance:
• Be responsible for developing and maintaining sound financial practices.
• Work with the accountant, Finance Committee, and the board in preparing a budget; see that the organization operates within budget guidelines.
• Ensure that adequate funds are available to permit the organization to carry out its work.
• Jointly, with the president and secretary of the Board of Trustees, conduct official correspondence of the organization, and jointly, with designated officers, execute legal documents. 
Position Qualifications: Qualifications
The ED will be thoroughly committed to OEF’s mission, vision, and focus. All candidates should have proven leadership, coaching, and relationship management experience. Concrete demonstrable experience and other qualifications include:
• Bachelor’s Degree
• Advanced certification, preferable a CFRE 
• At least 5 years of senior management experience; track record of effectively leading and regionally and/or nationally scaling a performance- and outcomes-based organization and staff; ability to point to specific examples of having developed and operationalized strategies that have taken an organization to the next stage of growth
• Unwavering commitment to quality programs and data-driven program evaluation
• Excellence in organizational management with the ability to coach staff, manage, and develop high-performance teams, set and achieve strategic objectives, and manage a budget
• Past success working with a Board of Trustees with the ability to cultivate existing board member relationships
• Strong marketing, public relations, and fundraising experience with the ability to engage a wide range of stakeholders and cultures
• Strong written and verbal communication skills; a persuasive and passionate communicator with excellent interpersonal and multidisciplinary project skills
• Action-oriented, entrepreneurial, adaptable, and innovative approach to business planning
• Ability to work effectively in collaboration with diverse groups of people
• Passion, idealism, integrity, positive attitude, mission-driven, and self-directed
• Excellent interpersonal skills, including the ability to listen effectively
• Effective public speaker 
Position Reports to:
OEF Board of Trustees
Hours and Salary:
Full Time (40hrs/week) + evenings and weekends as necessary
To Apply for this Job: *
Email your cover letter and resume to info@oef.org with the Subject Line: ED Application
Application Deadline: Monday, September 8, 2014

Employment Training Specialist- OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Dale Rogers Training Center
Name of Job: *
Employment Training Specialist
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * Develop a new career path & make a difference in the lives of people with disabilities. Dale Rogers Training Center, the oldest and largest community provider, is hiring Employment Training Specialists. Must be computer literate, ethical, and able to work independently. PAID TRAINNIG PROVIDED! FT position (40 hr p/wk). Schedule varies based on caseload needs & may include some evenings/weekends. Paid holidays, vacation, and great benefits! Hiring bonus for already having required training. 

BENEFITS:
There are many advantages to belonging to the DRTC team. As a staff member, you will work for a company that cares about your success! Dale Rogers believes in working hard while we are here, but also taking time off to be with our families. The following are some of the employee benefits available to you as a member of our team:

Professional growth and support
Team involvement
Medical and Dental Insurance
Paid time off
Bonuses and Perks
403 (b) Retirement Plan

SCOPE: 
Assists individuals to identify work interests and skills; identify potential work opportunity; obtain employment; train to the work setting and maintain said employment. Skills being trained will vary depending upon the needs of the individual. Length of training time will vary depending upon the skill being trained and the individual’s skills and abilities. 
Must have a basic understanding of DRS and DDSD funding sources and of Employment Services concepts. 
Position Qualifications:
QUALIFICATIONS:
High School Diploma or G.E.D. required
Experience with persons with disabilities, preferred
Experience in marketing or sales a plus
Position Requirements: HIRING REQUIREMENTS: 
18 years or older
Must be able to pass OSBI, MVR, DHS Registry Check, reference checks, pre-employment drug test and any other background check as Agency requires or deems necessary 
Valid Oklahoma Driver's License

JOB REQUIREMENTS:
Maintain valid Oklahoma driver’s licensed with current Oklahoma vehicle tag
Maintain personal vehicle in good operational order to transport clients
Maintain minimum 50/100/50 liability insurance on personal vehicle used to transport clients.
Able to pass bi-annual motor vehicle report checks in accordance with established Agency guidelines. 
Hours and Salary:
Beginning salary $10.50/hour + incentives & mileage allows earnings up to $12/hr.
To Apply for this Job: *
APPLY AT:
You can submit an application online today, or print an application to fill out by hand and deliver to Dale Rogers Training Center in person, by mail, or by fax.

Dale Rogers Training Center
2501 N. Utah Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73107 
Phone: (405) 946-4489 
Fax: (405) 943-9710 TTY: (405) 947-3872 
Email: dalerogers@drtc.org 
Video Phone#: (405) 445-7314
Dale Rogers Training Center is an EOE/Affirmative Action Employer

Public Relations Coordinator- OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Dale Rogers Training Center
Name of Job: *
Public Relations Coordinator
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * Dale Rogers Training Center (DRTC) is the largest and most innovative center for training and business opportunities for people with disabilities in Oklahoma. With seven locations, DRTC serves over 1,200 people with disabilities and their families per year. The agency does not do traditional fundraising; instead we market our quality services and products. DRTC celebrated its 60th Anniversary in October 2013. 
This position includes writing and editing, social media, event planning, marketing & in-house publishing. Experience in public relations required with a related degree. Must demonstrate a history of success, ability to multi-task and meet timelines! Proficiency in Press Releases, newsletters and in-house publishing a plus! 

BENEFITS:
There are many advantages to belonging to the DRTC team. As a staff member, you will work for a company that cares about your success! Dale Rogers believes in working hard while we are here, but also taking time off to be with our families. The following are some of the employee benefits available to you as a member of our team:

Professional growth and support
Team involvement
Medical and Dental Insurance
Paid time off
Bonuses and Perks
403 (b) Retirement Plan


SCOPE: 
The scope of this position is to direct specific operations of the PR department including publishing all newsletters according to schedule, event coordination, volunteer relations and press releases. This position will be responsible for monitoring and messaging the activities of the agency to provide direction on PR opportunities which meet the goals of the PR department.

The scope includes but is not limited to: media relations, volunteer relations, branding, editing/writing, message consistency, social media, public speaking, local store marketing, print production, and archiving pictures, videos, brochures, history, files, etc. 



RESPONSIBILITIES – Essential Functions:
Printed/Visual Media:
•Editor/publisher of the Quarterly newsletter 
•Assist in updating all publications using in-house software
•Writing copy for brochures in coordination with the Graphic Designer
•Coordination of and formatting/publishing in-house newsletters
•Trained in all processes of in-house printing to provide back up to Graphic Designer
Public Relations:
•Responsible for developing opportunities which meet the goals of the department to raise awareness of DRTC and its programs/services in the community with the direction of the HR/PR Admin.
•Responsible for maintaining agency branding, key messages, publications and tools, departmental goals as outlined in the PR marketing plan
•Coordinate and implement Local Store Marketing functions for retail businesses (i.e. Papa Murphy’s) according to the franchise plan and contract requirements.
•Responsible for compiling/coordinating/maintaining the Project Breakdowns for event planning.
•Volunteer relations on Day of Caring and other events (typically on a Saturday)
•United Way Coordinator as assigned
•Will give tours/ presentations to the community as scheduled
•Will represent Dale Rogers as requested to United Way
•Write and distribute press releases on a determined schedule
•Responsible for the development, posting and maintenance of DRTC social media
•Responsible for “thank you” notes/letters and other follow up for PR purposes

Inventory:
•Maintain/develop the system for inventory of pictures, articles, videos, publications, scrapbooks, etc. 

RESPONSIBILITIES - Ancillary Functions:
•Other duties as assigned by supervisor.

Research/Projects 
•Research projects as assigned
•Other projects as assigned 
Position Qualifications:
QUALIFICATIONS: 
•Bachelor’s Degree plus experience required in direct Public Relations
•Experience using Microsoft Word, Photoshop, Web Design and Social Media preferred
Position Requirements:
HIRING REQUIREMENTS:
•18 years of age or older
•Must possess a valid Oklahoma Driver’s License
•Must be able to pass background checks, reference checks and pre-employment drug tests as Agency is required or deems necessary

JOB REQUIREMENTS:
•Professional dress 
•High level of confidentiality
•Good communication skills, oral and written
•Attention to Detail 
•Organized
•Team player 
•Work within parameters of system
•Ability to complete projects on time
•Must have regular and punctual attendance
Hours and Salary:
Salary $35-$40k DOE.
To Apply for this Job: *
APPLY AT:
You can submit an application online today at www.drtc.org or print an application to fill out by hand and deliver to Dale Rogers Training Center in person, by mail, or by fax.

Dale Rogers Training Center
2501 N. Utah Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73107 
Phone: (405) 946-4489 
Fax: (405) 943-9710 TTY: (405) 947-3872 
Email: dalerogers@drtc.org 
Video Phone#: (405) 445-7314
Dale Rogers Training Center is an EOE/Affirmative Action Employer

Development Director- Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
TARC
Name of Job: *
Development Director
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa
Position Description: * Program serving people with developmental disabilities and their family is seeking an experienced fundraiser to bring the organization’s development program to the next level. 

This is a challenging opportunity for a creative, high energy professional who wants to make their mark in the fundraising field.

Examples of specific duties include:

1. Review and discus TARC Development vision and expectations with Executive Director.

2. Develop Annual Development Strategic plan and annual Operating Plan including Goals, and specific Action Steps. Reviewed progress quarterly with Executive Director. 

3. Proactively solicit donations and cultivate relationships with prospects and donors (foundations, corporations, and individuals) in order to develop, secure, and maintain ongoing and new income sources.

4. Plan, develop, coordinate and monitor all details associated with the production of fundraising special events and campaigns.

5. Collaborate with Communications staff to coordinate and monitor all communications/public relations functions necessary to promote and conduct fundraising programs.

6. Reviews publications and websites to identify funding available through foundation, corporate and government grants.

7. Serves in a consultative role with Board of Directors, Board Committees, Communications, and Programs and Services members regarding development activities. 
Position Qualifications:
Knowledge of the principles and practices of the full range of development vehicles and the energy and commitment to move the development program of TARC to a higher level of community engagement and support.

Expect excellent written and oral communication skills, the ability to work with a diverse group of people while remaining sensitive to their concerns, and a commitment to the values and goals of TARC.
Position Requirements:
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in Business Administration, Marketing or a related field with specialized training in Fund Raising Management highly desirable.

Prior experience in a fundraising position.
Position Reports to:
Executive Director
To Apply for this Job: *
Send cover letter describing your interest in the position and complete resume outlining relevant experience/qualifications with salary history to TARC, 2516 E. 71st Street, Tulsa, OK 74136 or email to hrdept@ddadvocacy.net
Application Deadline: Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Referral Assistant-Part Time- OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
United Way of Central Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
Referral Assistant-Part Time
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: *
United Way of Central Oklahoma is seeking a part-time (22.5) hours per week referral assistant. This position would provide support and assistance to the Vice President of Research, Initiatives, and Community Investments. Duties would include, but not limited to, correspondence, mailings, mail merges, and referral assistance for calls or walk-ins seeking health and human serve needs.

Position Qualifications:
This position, along with the Administrative Assistant/Receptionist, would be the first impression of United Way and must possess strong interpersonal skills in projecting the image of United Way and the ability to work with individuals seeking assistance for health and human needs.

Position Requirements: Previous administrative and clerical experience and a high school level education; or one year of related work experience and an Associate degree; or an equivalent combination of experience and education required. Nonprofit experience a plus. 

Applicant must have the ability to efficiently and effectively handle multiple projects with close attention to detail. Ability to work as part of a team, yet work independently as needed. Applicant must have good problem solving skills with the ability to work with volunteers and visitors to United Way, have the ability to prioritize workload in order to meet strict deadlines and the ability to handle multi-line phone system, and answer and direct all calls in a professional manner. Applicant must have working knowledge of Microsoft Office software. 
 
To Apply for this Job: *
To apply send resume, cover letter and salary range to Linda Tharp, United Way of Central Oklahoma, PO Box 837, OKC, OK 73101 or email ltharp@unitedwayokc.org by September 8, 2014. 
Application Deadline: Monday, September 8, 2014

Administrative Assistant- OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Feed the Children
Name of Job: *
Administrative Assistant
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: *
Primary Hours for this Position are:
Monday through Thursday 9am to 2:30pm (30 minutes for lunch)

Duties:
Assists FTC Departments in obtaining donation feedback information and managing and maintaining all data. Maintains a working relationship with all partner agencies and FTC Departments.

Position Qualifications:
High school diploma or GED

Six months related office experience and/or customer service experience. Ability to work independently with minimal supervision.

Computer Skills – Intermediate skills using Microsoft Office products Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. Must type at a rate of 45 wpm on a computer.
Position Requirements: Contacts agencies who do not turn in reports as required.

Requests photos of distributions from partner agencies.

Contacts agencies and responds to agencies requests via e-mail and telephone.

Assists Compliance Supervisor in gathering investigation information from partner agencies.

Maintains keyless entry system.

Pulls lists of number of total boxes utilized by donors.

Researches agencies for GIK that have had mail returns and contacts the agency by phone for correct mailing address. Updates information in AS400.

Maintains confidentiality of all sensitive information.

Ensures each partner agency has completed all required paperwork and supplied all necessary supporting documentation for agency updates.

Maintains all logs and spreadsheets for the department.

Answers inquiries from partner agencies.

Maintains regular attendance and punctuality which are critical in order to complete the day to day tasks of this position.

Conducts research into how much product agencies have received.

Provides information to Corporate Donor Relations on product quantities distributed in our special programs.

Performs other related duties as required.

Customer Service - Manages difficult or emotional customer situations; Responds promptly to customer needs; Solicits customer feedback to improve service; Responds to requests for service and assistance; Meets commitments in a timely and accurate manner.

Oral Communication - Speaks clearly, persuasively and professionally in positive or negative situations; Listens and gets clarification; Responds well to questions; Demonstrates group presentation skills; Participates in meetings.

Written Communication - Writes clearly and informatively; Edits work for spelling and grammar; Varies writing style to meet needs; Presents numerical data effectively; Able to read and interpret written information.

Teamwork - Balances team and individual responsibilities; Exhibits objectivity and openness to others' views; Gives and welcomes feedback; Contributes to building a positive team spirit; Puts success of team above own interests; Able to build morale and group commitments to goals and objectives; Supports everyone's efforts to succeed.

Ethics - Treats people with respect; Keeps commitments; Inspires the trust of others; Works with integrity and ethically; Upholds organizational values.

Analytical - Synthesizes complex or diverse information; Collects and researches data; Uses intuition and experience to complement data; Designs work flows and procedures.

Problem Solving - Identifies and resolves problems in a timely manner; Gathers and analyzes information skillfully; Develops alternative solutions; Works well in group problem solving situations; Uses reason even when dealing with emotional topics.

Reasoning - Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form. Ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations.

Physical Demands - The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job 
Hours and Salary:
M-F 9:00am - 2:30pm
To Apply for this Job: *
www.feedthechildren.org/careers
Application Deadline: Monday, September 15, 2014

Community Investment Manager- OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
United Way of Central Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
Community Investment Manager
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: *
United Way of Central Oklahoma is seeking a fulltime Community Investment Manager to provide management and support to the Community Investment process and to perform administrative tasks as needed. This position plays an important part in reviewing nonprofit agency applications, database management, and coordination of meetings. 

Position Qualifications:
Candidate must be detailed orientated, have excellent communications and interpersonal skills, have the ability to work independently or as a team member, the ability to work effectively with people from diverse backgrounds and experience with volunteers is preferred. 


Position Requirements:
Must have a minimum of a high school diploma. Administrative and clerical experience preferred but not required. A Bachelor’s Degree is preferred but not required. 

Must have basic typing skills, and strong computer skills and knowledge, with emphasis in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook with advanced knowledge of Microsoft Excel and database queries. Filing skills, strong organizational skills, and good written and verbal communication skills. Attention to detail is crucial for this position. 

To Apply for this Job: *
To apply, send resume, cover letter, and salary range to Human Resources, United Way, PO Box 837, or ltharp@unitedwayokc.org by September 8, 2014.
Application Deadline: Monday, September 8, 2014

Administrative Assistant /Receptionist- OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
United Way of Central Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
Administrative Assistant /Receptionist
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: *
United Way of Central Oklahoma is seeking a full-time Administrative Assistant/Receptionist 
The position is the first impression of United Way and must possess strong interpersonal skills in projecting the image of the United Way. Previous administrative experience, front office receptionist experience preferred but not required. 

Position Qualifications:
In addition to answering and directing incoming calls and welcoming and directing guests to United Way, this position would provide support and assistance to the executive assistant. Duties would include, but not limited to, writing letters, other correspondence, mailings, mail merges, updating files and creating reports in the United Way Andar software. 

Position Requirements: Administrative and clerical experience required and non-profit experience preferred. A high school level education and some college preferred. 

Ability to efficiently and effectively handle multiple projects with close attention to detail. Ability to work as part of a team, yet work independently as needed. Oral and written communication skills essential. Creative letter writing in response to donor gifts is required. Must have good problem solving skills with the ability to work with volunteers and other visitors to United Way. Ability to prioritize workload in order to meet strict deadlines. Ability to handle multi-line phone system, answer and direct all calls in a professional and courteous manner. Must have working knowledge of Microsoft Office products. 
To Apply for this Job: *
To apply send cover letter, resume, and salary range to ltharp@unitedwayokc.org or mail to Linda Tharp, United Way of Central Oklahoma, PO Box 837, OKC, OK 73101 by September 8, 2014. 
Application Deadline: Monday, September 8, 2014

Development Manager- Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Dillon International
Name of Job: *
Development Manager
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa
Position Description: *
The Development Manager is responsible for identifying and attracting various funding sources including foundations, corporate partnerships and individuals. He/She will assist in planning, coordinating and implementing annual fund development plans in order to meet agency budgetary goals. The position requires knowledge of nonprofit management and an ability to leverage relationships benefiting Dillon.
Position Requirements:
Requires a Bachelor’s degree, or equivalent.

Minimum of 3-5 years prior related experience in the nonprofit sector and/or development, fundraising preferred.

Requires excellent organizational skills and excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills.

Experience with event planning.

Strong partnership-building skills.

Strong oral/written communication, interpersonal, organization/planning skills.

Experience with fundraising databases.


Position Reports to:
Director of Development
Hours and Salary:
Full-time position, Salary commensurate with experience
To Apply for this Job: *
Please email your resume and cover letter to development@dillonadopt.com.
Application Deadline: Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Executive Director- OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Oklahoma City Area Inter Tribal Health Board
Name of Job: *
Executive Director
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: *
The Oklahoma City Area Inter Tribal Health Board (OCAITHB), a nonprofit tribal organization is seeking to fill an Executive Director position. 
OCAITHB serves the 43 federally recognized tribes situated in Oklahoma, Kansas, and Texas.
Position Qualifications:
Minimum of a Master's Degree in Public Health or related field and 5 years of senior level administration or health management experience working with American Indian populations. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Indian Preference applies to this position.
Position Requirements:
Position requirements include organizational leadership, effective communicator, implementing policies and regulations, public health and tribal public health experience, legislation impacting area tribal health programs, experience with increasing fundraising capacity, budget formulation, excellence in planning, reporting, grant writing and decision making.
Position Reports to:
Board of Directors for the Health Board
Hours and Salary:
40 hours per week/DOE
To Apply for this Job: *
Please access the website www.ocaithb.org. Under the tab 'Opportunities' you may find the job description, application and procedure for applying or contact R D Dickens at 405 652-9206.
Application Deadline: Friday, October 31, 2014

Chief Development Officer- OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
HeartLine, Inc.
Name of Job: *
Chief Development Officer
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: *  Performs various tasks contributing to fundraising of agency. Prepares and distributes reports, develops appeals, writes grant requests and follows-up with donors and potential donors. Supervises Communications Coordinator who prepares and distributes agency-wide press releases, social media, manages the agency web site and coordinates agency promotional materials. 

Researches foundations/corporations and generates grant applications to meet agency budget needs. Works with Executive Director, Board of Directors and other staff to develop and carry out fund development strategies. Works with Executive Director to achieve annual fundraising goals. Leads coordination of annual special event (Festival of Hope) as well as 211 Day activities and other agency events. Works with program directors to evaluate needs and develops and oversee HeartLine’s grant request initiatives including grant research and preparation. Maintains strong relationships with nonprofit, public and private sector organizations and community leaders. Conducts year-end campaign, strategic donor development, and develops a planned giving program. Oversees maintenance of database of individuals, corporate and foundation donors. 

Educates and cultivates prospective donors, volunteers, professional advisors, and community at large about the services and activities of HeartLine through networking, presentations, speaking opportunities and conferences. Maintains donor relationships through personal communications and donor appreciation. Facilitates board members’ participation in fundraising. Maintains and expand the President’s Club donor group. 

In conjunction with the Communications Coordinator, oversees production of agency press releases for campaigns or events and distribution to appropriate contacts. Oversees web site updates and changes. Oversees the production of newsletters and printed materials as needed. Oversees creation of the agency’s annual report. Serves as agency spokesperson and disaster/crisis spokesperson.
Position Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree required. At least 4 years experience in non-profit development and grant-writing, preferably with significant foundation and high-donor fundraising experience. Proven track record of achieving revenue targets. Thorough understanding of all facets of a diversified funding base. Excellent computer, verbal, presentation and writing skills required. Interest, enthusiasm, and affinity for fundraising and working with people.
Position Requirements:
Attentive, persistent and flexible. Personable and respectful. Creative team-player and self-starter. Ability to use Microsoft Office, including Excel and PowerPoint. Strong computer skills in Adobe Photoshop, InDesign and Illustrator preferred. Physically able to lift 20 pounds, climb stairs, and bend/stoop.
Position Reports to:
Executive Director & CEO
Hours and Salary:
FT, Salary is commensurate with education & experience
To Apply for this Job: *
Send your cover letter, including your salary requirements and resume to employment@heartlineoklahoma.org

No phone calls please.
Application Deadline: Friday, September 12, 2014

Facility Rental Assistant- OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum
Name of Job: *
Facility Rental Assistant
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: *  Overview:
This position’s primary responsibilities include sales, leasing and contract administration of rental space for internal and external clients, database management of the Museum’s leasing software, and maintenance of required vendor documentation. In protection of the Museum, this position requires a solid understanding of the Museum’s leasing policies and practices.

Essential Duties:
• Respond in a timely manner to inquiries for information and availability through all forms of communication.
• Conduct site visits of facilities with prospective clients.
• Prepare rental contracts for the Manager’s review and signature.
• Distribute and track contracts and deposits to assure timeliness and execution.
• Maintain up-to-date vendor documentation; certificates of insurance, health permits and liquor licenses.
• Book Museum events and meetings in advance of opening the leasing calendar to the public. This requires a great deal of communication with Museum staff and gathering information from various Museum departments.
• Meet realistic rental revenue projections with Manager and work together to ensure sales goals are reached or exceeded.
• Maintain and update marketing materials as requested.
• Schedule logistical appointments of behalf of Manager.
• Field occasional inquiries from vendors and caterers.
• Assist clients as needed on the day of their event.
• Other duties as assigned.
Position Requirements: Requirements:
• Minimum 2 years experience in the hospitality and/or event planning industry preferred.
• Minimum 2-3 years customer service and/or administrative support experience required; 5 years preferred.
• Bachelor’s degree preferred; Associate degree required.
• Must be proficient with current software, especially Microsoft Office and Excel, with experience or willingness to learn Event Pro and Optimum Settings software.
• Outstanding communication skills, diplomacy, accuracy, attention to detail and the ability to multi-task with an emphasis on customer service and hospitality. This position also requires the ability to effectively communicate and enforce policy. 
• Full Time; 40 hours per week, some evenings and weekends required
Position Reports to:
Manager of Facility Sales & Marketing
To Apply for this Job: *
Submit resume to hr@nationalcowboymuseum.org



No Phone Calls Please

Director of Communications & Development- Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
YWCA Tulsa
Name of Job: *
Director of Communications & Development
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa
Position Description: * Under the supervision of the Chief Executive Officer, the Director of Communications and Development will set and guide the communications strategy to consistently articulate YWCA Tulsa’s mission. The Director will ensure that YWCA Tulsa is viewed as the primary source, disseminator, and conduit of information within its diverse network and constituent base. 

The Director of Communications and Development will design, evaluate and implement strategies to secure support in order to achieve fundraising goals. The Director is responsible for providing leadership in developing and executing fundraising strategy in support of the overall business and financial objectives and strategic direction of YWCA Tulsa. 

The Director will work closely with a senior peer group within the organization as the communications and development partner on a variety of strategic initiatives.
Position Qualifications: Education/Experience:
• Bachelor’s degree required (Communications, Marketing, or Business field preferred). A minimum of five years of Communications or Development experience, ideally in a nonprofit organization. 
• A minimum of two years supervisory experience is required. 
• Advanced computer skills in Microsoft Office Suite, Adobe Creative Suite, social media, and databases required. Project management software helpful. 
• Ability to manage, assign, and delegate responsibilities, and to accomplish the desired results both through individual work and through department staff.
• A strong track record as an implementer with excellent organization skills who thrives on managing a variety of key initiatives concurrently. 
• Relationship builder with the flexibility and finesse to “manage by influence.”
• High energy, maturity, and leadership with the ability to serve as a unifying force and to position communications discussions at both the strategic and tactical levels, and the drive to utilize emerging and best practices in communications. 
• Managing funds and budgeting is critical, as well as the ability to analyze financial information.
• Excellent writing, editing, and verbal communications skills, especially as required in preparing and making presentations, working with various committees, and interacting with diverse groups of internal and external contacts. 
• Ability and willingness to serve as a spokesperson to promote all aspects of YWCA Tulsa’s mission, services, and events. 
• Must be an advocate for the mission, values, and goals of YWCA Tulsa. 
• Work effectively with all employees and members of all races, religions, sexes, national origins, ages, sexual orientations, gender identities, and gender expressions; and without regard to disability status, genetic information, marital status, status as a covered veteran, or any other legally protected status, as well as socioeconomic backgrounds.
• Work on skills that can help communicate his/her point to an audience belonging to a completely different identity and/or background. These differences can be identity-based, geographical, ethical, political, or historical.
• Openness to engaging conflict in a positive and proactive manner with the goals of finding solutions, producing change, and bringing together opposing parties.
• Strong commitment to learning, growth, and continuous improvement, and have a visionary spirit.
• Must have a current Oklahoma driver’s license and current insurance verification. 

Preferred Qualifications:
• Certified Fundraising Executive (CFRE) a plus.
• Master’s degree preferred in nonprofit management, public relations, marketing, or business administration. 
• Other experience might include, but is not limited to, public relations, marketing, prospecting, business development, or fundraising. 
Position Requirements: Principal Responsibilities and Duties:

Leadership
• Recruit, hire, supervise, lead, and mentor the Communications & Development team to achieve departmental goals and objectives.
• Plan, implement, direct, and evaluate YWCA Tulsa’s Communications and Development strategies to support the achievement of the organization’s overall success and its business and financial objectives. 
• Oversee leadership development and training opportunities for YWCA Tulsa’s Communications and Development employees to encourage continual professional development.
• Develop and oversee communications and development procedures as a means of ensuring transparent and open communication with employees and protecting the organization. 
• Serve as a liaison to the Board of Directors in increasing board involvement in communications and development. 
• Serve as the primary staff liaison for the Communications and Development Committees and participate on other committees as appropriate. 
• Demonstrate a commitment to and promotion of YWCA Tulsa’s mission of eliminating racism, empowering women, and promoting peace, justice, freedom, and dignity among all levels of staff.
• Establish relationships throughout the organization with management and employees in order to build effective partnerships that strengthen and feed into other YWCA programs

Communications

• Develop, implement, and evaluate annual strategic communications plans for program-specific and agency-wide exposure, as well as for special events and all YWCA Tulsa activities.
• Develop communications initiatives designed to build and foster an organizational culture of inclusion, empowerment, excellence, respect, and boldness. 
• Manage and track effectiveness of all print and electronic collateral including, but not limited to, newsletters, brochures, websites, and social media while maintaining the organization’s branding standards. 
• Lead the generation of online content that engages audiences (donors, members, and clients) and leads to measurable action.
• Create annual public relations calendar, including press releases, earned media, and managing all media contacts. 
• Work closely with Human Resources to coordinate internal communications, recruitment, cross-marketing, and staff training on agency communications standards.

Development 
• Create a strategic annual development plan to achieve fundraising goals. 
• Oversee the acquirement of government, foundation, and corporate grants, including United Way funding.
• Oversee all development functions including annual fund, planned giving, donor management, direct mail, cultivation events, in-kind gifts, online campaigns, and major gifts.
• Support Board and CEO in securing major gifts from individual donors by identifying, researching, cultivating, soliciting, stewarding, and tracking a portfolio of current and prospective individual and corporate donors.
• Focus on a strategy that expands the target audience through community relations, speaking engagements, newsletters, and charitable events. 
• Oversee the Wine, Women & Shoes fundraising campaign and event, including supervision of staff and contractors for the event. 
• Implement other special events, and work in conjunction with any other YWCA fundraising projects as needed. 
• Supervise grant writer who prepares and submits grant applications and grant reports, researches and identifies grant possibilities, and maintains a database of possible funding sources. 
• Oversee the management of the donor database and supervise input process.
• Oversee monthly giving program, i.e., 1914 Movement. 
• Work in collaboration with:
1. Finance Director on budget and financial processes;
2. CEO to match program and capital needs with appropriate funding sources and to develop strategies to cover any fundraising shortfalls; and
3. Program directors to identify client stories, outcomes, and other data useful for fundraising. 
The duties in this job description represent the major functions but are not intended to be all-inclusive. 
 
Position Reports to:
CEO
Hours and Salary:
40 hours/week; Negotiable Salary
To Apply for this Job: *
Please email your resume and your cover letter to HR@ywcatulsa.org. Please include “Director of Communications and Development” in the subject line. Qualified applicants will be contacted regarding interviews in mid-September. No calls please.
Application Deadline: Friday, September 12, 2014

Manager, Strategic Planning & Performance- OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Feed the Children
Name of Job: *
Manager, Strategic Planning & Performance
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * SUMMARY: 
Act as liaison between business units and the Strategic Planning & Performance department. Reviews, analyzes, and communicates project, business and strategic plans. Documents requirements, defines scope and objectives, and formulates systems to parallel overall business strategies.


ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: 
Support the development of integrated strategic and business plans based on research and analysis

Partner with departments to develop and present compelling business cases for projects and initiatives

Lead cross-functional teams directed to improve organizational performance and efficiency, and integrate new processes into workflow

Collaborate across business units to engage key stakeholders and help establish broad support for strategic objectives and initiatives 

Perform research, valuations, modeling and analysis and utilize other tools to inform business decisions

Work with the Senior Director of Strategic Planning & Performance in managing corporate and executive requests and communications

Support the development and implementation of a comprehensive change management strategy to include mobilizing and/or providing training on organizational and individual change management

Develop and implement standardized planning tools to foster consistency across the organization

Work with the Strategic Planning & Performance team to assess potential new opportunities for engagement, performing market analysis and monitoring evolving trends by reference to published material, networks, trade association events, etc.

Act as a central point of contact and continuity between the various functions of Strategic Planning & Performance, Human Resources, Development, Marketing, Communications and Information Technology as it pertains to Organizational Communication & Engagement

Working with department heads, establish KPI’s and create clear, actionable plans to enable continuous improvement and growth

Analyze procedures, processes and team oriented tasks to reduce redundancy, build efficiency and ultimately increase productivity
Simulate and test process improvements where appropriate

Communicate change and provide training to impacted business units

Challenge and brainstorm with management to continuously evaluate their team’s processes, procedures and internal documentation

Manage select projects from initiation through implementation 

Synthesize complex and diverse information. Collect and research data and work with supervisor or mentors to create appropriate action plans.

Design work flow and procedures. Document processes, policies and procedures.

Prioritize and plan work activities, identify resource shortages and work with supervisor to plan additional resources as needed

Model the type and level of behavior, professionalism and leadership that is in accordance with the values of the organization

Performs other related duties as required 
Position Qualifications:
QUALIFICATIONS:
Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Business or Communication

Experience: 2+ years of experience with project management and strategic/business planning, or the equivalent combination of education and experience 

Requires excellent communication, analytical, facilitation and negotiation skills, process documentation and improvement 

Licenses and Certifications: NONE
Position Requirements: KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: 
Computer Skills – Intermediate skills using Microsoft Office products Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook.

Customer Service - Manage difficult or emotional customer situations; Respond promptly to customer needs; Solicit customer feedback to improve service; Respond to requests for service and assistance; Meet commitments.

English Language - Knowledge of the structure and content of the English language including the meaning and spelling of words, rules of composition, and grammar.

Oral Communication - Speak clearly, persuasively and professionally in positive or negative situations; Listen and gets clarification; Respond well to questions; Demonstrate group presentation skills; Participate in meetings.

Written Communication - Write clearly and informatively; Edit work for spelling and grammar; Vary writing style to meet needs; Present numerical data effectively; Able to read and interpret written information.

Teamwork - Balance team and individual responsibilities; Exhibit objectivity and openness to others' views; Give and welcome feedback; Contribute to building a positive team spirit; Put success of team above own interests; Able to build morale and group commitments to goals and objectives; Support everyone's efforts to succeed.

Ethics - Treat people with respect; Keep commitments; Inspires the trust of others; Works with integrity and ethically; Upholds organizational values.

Reasoning - Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form. Ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations.

Physical Demands - The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. 
Position Reports to:
Sr. Director of Strategic Planning and Perf.
Hours and Salary:
FT M-F
To Apply for this Job: *
www.feedthechildren.org/careers
Application Deadline: Friday, September 12, 2014

AmeriCorp Member- OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
United Way of Central Oklahma
Name of Job: *
AmeriCorp Member
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * AmeriCorps Member Job Description
1,700 Service Hours
September 1, 2014-August 31, 2015
$14,000 Living Allowance and $5,550 Education Award
The United Way of Central Oklahoma is now taking applications for a twelve month, full-time AmeriCorps Position to work with The Volunteer Center at United Way of Central Oklahoma 

As an AmeriCorps member, the individual will work alongside the Volunteer Center Director to:
• recruit and manage volunteers participating in United Way’s tutoring initiative 
• assist with the coordination and evaluation of Volunteer Center special activities
• assist with agency fairs for the Volunteer Center 

The AmeriCorps members will also help coordinate with United Way’s staff to plan, coordinate and implement Days of Caring with the Day of Caring Series
• National Day of Caring, Holiday Help, MLK Day, Read Out Loud Day, Day of Action
• Recruit and manage volunteers for each of these days

The AmeriCorps member will manage and maintain the current HandsOn Connect Volunteer management website.
• Assist with affiliate trainings
• Day-to-day management
• Recruit affiliate agencies and volunteers to better understand utilize 
Position Qualifications:
Qualifications:
• Some college preferred
• Prior work or volunteer experience with non profit organizations
• Mature, professional, self-motivated team player
• Good writing skills 
• Good public speaking skills
• Ability to manage multiple projects and priorities
• Ability to travel within Oklahoma City metro area
• Available to complete service hours between the hours of 8:30am to 5:00pm, Monday-Friday. (Occasional evenings and weekends may be required.) 

To Apply for this Job: *
To apply, send cover and resume to Human Resources, United Way, PO Box 837, or ltharp@unitedwayokc.org by September 8th. 

Application Deadline: September 8, 2014

Communication and Dissemination Coordinator- OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Oklahoma Institute for Child Advocacy
Name of Job: *
Communication and Dissemination Coordinator
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * This full-time position will be imbedded in an adolescent reproductive health education project and is responsible for planning and implementing communication, brand management and marketing/dissemination strategies through a variety of media outlets to achieve the project’s goals and objectives.

Roles and responsibilities for this position will include:
• Develop informative and instructional resources to be disseminated through a variety of media outlets, professional networks and organizations to include print materials, web-based content, visual presentations, graphic/illustrative copy, and social media strategies.
• Work with the Project Director to design and implement marketing strategies to advance the dissemination and replication of the POWER Through Choices (PTC) program model.
• Use design software to produce creative and appealing graphics and visual materials for a variety of constituencies, including local, state, national, and federal project partners; state and local agencies serving youth in foster and other out-of-home care; direct service providers; and professionals in the field of adolescent health. 
• Generate and manipulate images, infographics, animations, sound, text, and video into consolidated and seamless multimedia programs for a variety of audiences.
• Design and construct the pages of a project-specific website, including incorporating graphic user interface (GUI) features and other techniques.
• Produce graphic sketches, designs, and copy layouts for online content.
• Maintain and provide ongoing design, maintenance, and support of the project website.
• Develop and implement the project’s social media strategy, including communication and dissemination plans that leverage social media outlets. 
Position Qualifications: • Knowledge of communication, marketing and design principles, concepts and strategies
• Thorough knowledge of social media outlets and strategies
• Strong written, oral and interpersonal communication skills
• Flexible, well-organized, resourceful and self-directed
• High-level proficiency in computer and graphic design technologies (Microsoft Office Word, Excel and PowerPoint; Adobe Creative Suite 6 and other design software; internet, social networking and web applications; web/video conferencing)
• Ability to prioritize and accomplish multiple assignments with overlapping deadlines
• Comfortable discussing and developing adolescent reproductive health information 
Position Requirements:
Minimum of a bachelor’s degree in communications, marketing, graphic design or related field and three years of experience; a master’s degree and five years of experience is preferred.
Position Reports to:
Power Through Choices Project Director
Hours and Salary:
Full-time; salary based on experience
To Apply for this Job: *
Submit cover letter, resume, and salary history to jfluhr@oica.org
Application Deadline: Friday, September 26, 2014

Customer Service Specialist–OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

NewView Oklahoma, Inc.


Name of Job: *

Customer Service Specialist

What city will this job be located in? *

Oklahoma City

Position Description: *

This position is the primary point of contact between NVO sales, production accounting and customers.

Position Qualifications:

ž Responsible for the complete and accurate entry of all customer purchase orders into the sales order entry module within Sage/MAS90.
ž Verifies product, customer and pricing information for entry into Sage/MAS90.
ž Accurately submit quotes to customers and enters the data in the appropriate module.
ž Ensures that customer concerns and issues are dealt with in an accurate and timely manner.
ž Identifies up sale opportunities and ensures quick and accurate follow-up with all customer contacts, requests and quotes.
ž Communicates with plant management and customers as needed to meet customer requirements on products.
ž Serves as a liaison between customers, Director of Business Development, and production staff ensuring quick and satisfactory resolution of any customer concerns.

Position Requirements:

ž High school diploma or equivalent is required, plus knowledge of Microsoft Word programs.
ž Must have excellent written and verbal communication skill and interpersonal skills.
ž Knowledge of accounting and finance principles is helpful and preference will be given to candidates with inside sales experience.

Position Reports to:

Business Development Director

Hours and Salary:

8-5 M-F Salary based on experience

To Apply for this Job: *

Apply online at www.newviewoklahoma.org

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Friday, September 12, 2014

August 25, 2014

Part-time Program Coordinator–OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Paseo Arts Association


Name of Job: *

Part-time Program Coordinator

What city will this job be located in? *

Oklahoma City

Position Description: *

Programs/Events:

• Oversee the coordination and administration of all aspects of ongoing programming including planning, organizing, and leading program activities;
• Act as staff liaison to events and programming implemented by the PAA, the Paseo Education Committee, and other Paseo Street Members (Paseo Arts Festival, First Friday at the Paseo, Paseo FEAST, Awards Dinner, Fairy Ball, Magic Lantern);
• Develop new initiatives to support the strategic direction of the organization;
• Develop a program evaluation framework to assess the strengths of programming and to identify areas for improvement.

Exhibits:
• Plan and implement all aspects of monthly exhibits calendar in coordination with the Paseo Exhibits Committee:
o Coordinate yearly exhibits calendar with Exhibits Committee;
o Draft and send notices of upcoming gallery opportunities to the general public;
o Accept and review artist applications on an ongoing basis;
o Correspond with monthly gallery artists to plan, prepare, and implement First Friday openings and monthly showings;
o Hang monthly gallery shows in coordination with Exhibits Committee;
o Coordinate all aspects of four annual PAA juried shows:
• Accept and review online artist applications;
• Select, communicate, and coordinate with selected jurors;
• Select, communicate, and coordinate with selected juried show artists.

Development:
• Maintain a current database of PAA membership;
• Send timely correspondence for all contributions (e.g.: renewal reminders, thank you and tax acknowledgement letters, and any other pertinent correspondence.)

Volunteer:
• Act as volunteer recruiter/coordinator/trainer for various events throughout the year (Paseo Arts Festival, Fairy Ball, Magic Lantern, Paseo Arts Awards Dinner, Paseo FEAST.)

Board Relations:
• Act as staff liaison for monthly PAA board meeting preparations and reservations;
• Attend PAA board meetings and record minutes for board distribution.

Communications:
• Design, implement, and publish Paseo District E-newsletter;
o Communicate with Paseo galleries and businesses to compile newsletter updates.

Other Duties as Assigned

Hours and Schedule:
• Maintain working gallery hours: Tuesday - Saturday from noon to 5pm
• Additional days/hours required on an as-needed basis

Position Requirements:

Must be available to work First Fridays and the Paseo Arts Festival on Memorial Day Weekend.

Position Reports to:

Director

Hours and Salary:

$20,000

To Apply for this Job: *

Email cover letter and resume to director@thepaseo.com

Application Deadline:

Posted On;

Monday, August 25, 2014

August 20, 2014

AmeriCorps Position–Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Community Service Council


Name of Job: *

AmeriCorps Position

What city will this job be located in? *

Tulsa

Position Description: *

Part time (20 hours per week) AmeriCorp positions to work doing direct client case management.

Position Qualifications:

Ability to commit to one year - September 2, 2014 through August 31, 2015.

Must:
Be a U.S. citizen or legal permanent resident
Have served no more than three terms in an AmeriCorps state or national program.*
Agree to a criminal background check
Previous experience with criminally justice involved individuals a plus.
* Individuals may receive no more than the value of two full time education awards. If you have received the equivalent of more than one full time education award, you are eligible to serve and receive a discounted award.

Hours and Salary:

20 hours per week - Salary

To Apply for this Job: *

Send resume, cover letter and 3 professional references to meghan.murphy@tulsadrugcourt.com

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Monday, September 15, 2014

August 22, 2014

Staff Accountant–Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Community Service Council


Name of Job: *

Staff Accountant

What city will this job be located in? *

Tulsa

Position Description: *

Responsibilities of this role will focus on the oversight of accounts receivable, using unit cost and fund accounting principles. This role requires knowledge of accrual and cash based accounting including, meeting reporting requirements of external government and non-government agencies, as well as internal management.

Position Qualifications:

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Thorough understanding of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP). Knowledge of Statutory accounting principles,Intermediate to advanced experience with MS Word, MS Excel, MS Outlook, intermediate to advanced knowledge of major accounting software packages for both general ledger and statutory accounting. Financial Edge preferred

Position Reports to:

Finance Manager

Hours and Salary:

40 hours, Salary negotiable

To Apply for this Job: *

Send resume and cover letter to hr@csctulsa.org

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Monday, September 15, 2014

August 22, 2014

Office Assistant–OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

American Lung Association


Name of Job: *

Office Assistant

What city will this job be located in? *

Oklahoma City

Position Description: *

The Office Assistant is a part-time non-exempt position responsible for maintaining the daily operations and activities in the Oklahoma City office. The responsibilities center around ensuring the office is effective and works efficiently and includes answering of incoming telephone lines. As first point of contact with donors, volunteers, vendors and more a courteous and professional manner is expected and required.

Position Qualifications:

• Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.
• Excellent analytical and organizational skills.
• Excellent people skills working as part of an internal team and with external volunteers.
• Ability to organize and multi-task and pay strong attention to details.
• Ability to prioritize, self-motivate and work independently for extended periods of time.
• Proficient use of Microsoft Windows computer software products (ie: Word, Excel, Powerpoint) and experience using database systems.
• Knowledge of telephone systems, copiers, fax machines, etc.
• Professional office appearance.
• Bi-lingual skills in English/Spanish a plus
• Non-Smoker.

Position Requirements:

RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Administer incoming/outgoing mail
• Work with office vendors to ensure smooth operations (including but not limited to: equipment services, phone/IT, janitorial)
• As necessary work with vendors to conduct bidding, update contracts, maintain current files.
• Complete check requests for any office bills that need to be paid
• Keep main office areas welcoming and tidy
• Maintain office supplies
• Answer phones and be a resource to the caller or transfer call accordingly
• Greet visitors
• Data Entry of incoming monies
• Preparation of deposit documentation
• Process all donations, gifts, receipts, and donor acknowledgement letters.
• Manage the board member donor acknowledgement process
• Complete Matching Gift Forms
• Process memorial donations and complete acknowledgement process
• Ensure donor files are clean (deleting duplicate entries etc…)
• Ensure all events/programs/volunteers are entered and marked appropriately
• Run reports as requested
• Maintain all volunteer listings/job descriptions/applications
• Advertise and post volunteer opportunities
• Orient daily office volunteers and serve as point of contact
• Recruit and assign duties for special events
• Process all health fair requests and determine which the Association will participate
• Recruit and assign volunteers to represent ALA at health fairs
• Keep literature/display inventory
• Make sure health boxes are inventoried, packed and ready to go to a fair
• Complete Charitable Giving Applications – send speakers bureau representatives to workplaces as requested.

Position Reports to:

Executrive Director

Hours and Salary:

Part time; Salary commensurate with experience

To Apply for this Job: *

Send resume to Jeremy Hughey @jhughey@lungs.org

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Friday, September 5, 2014

August 22, 2014

Assistant Director–OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Parkinson Foundation of Oklahoma


Name of Job: *

Assistant Director

What city will this job be located in? *

Oklahoma City

Position Description: *

The Parkinson Foundation of Oklahoma is seeking a full time Assistant Director who will play a vital role in improving the quality of life for Parkinson’s families throughout Oklahoma. The Assistant Director will be responsible for fulfilling fundraising, programming, and community development projects. This position reports to the Executive Director to receive overall strategic and operational responsibility. He/she will develop knowledge of the field, core programs, operations, fund development sources and volunteer management.

Position Qualifications:

The Assistant Director will be thoroughly committed to the Parkinson’s Foundation’s mission and exhibit compassion for Parkinson family members. All candidates should have the ability or timely potential to lead and build a network of helpful relationships. Other qualifications include the following:


Required Qualifications:
• 3 years of professional business or nonprofit work experience
• Bachelor’s degree or higher education
• Experience successfully planning and implementing events
• Ability to create, organize, and execute to completion fundraising campaigns
• Excellent oral and written communication skills
• General business and marketing skills
• Flexibility and a willingness to learn
• Ability to maintain confidential information
• Ability to work in and support others in a high energy, positive culture work environment
• Ability to carry out multiple tasks and meet deadlines
• Ability to sit and work at a computer for long periods of time in an office environment and must be able to lift/move weight up to 25lbs.
• Perform other job duties as required

Preferred Qualifications:
• Knowledge of Oklahoma City philanthropic community
• with donor database systems
• Knowledge of the grant writing process and experience submitting grant applications
• Experience in volunteer management

Position Requirements:

Key Responsibilities:

Fundraising – 50%

• Cultivate and solicit donors for annual gifts through face-to-face visits, grant proposals, online giving, direct mail appeals, social media, special events, and other relevant streams
• Implement a diverse fundraising plan, including individual donor solicitation, corporate sponsorship solicitation, donor acknowledgement and solicitation materials and additional fundraising events that may be created.
• Assist in the creation, organization, and execution of fundraising events, including the annual Parkinson Walk in the Park and Tee it Up for Parkinson golf tournament.


Community Outreach – 30%

• Recruit and develop a strong local volunteer support base for the WALK and other outreach events.
• Utilize all aspects of communications – from social media to broadcast media and external relations with the goal of creating a strong Foundation Brand locally
• Use external presence and relationships to garner new opportunities and funding sources.
• Seek partnerships that are win/win for grant applications, fundraising events and/or educational opportunities within the assigned territory (health services, physicians, educational organizations, churches, senior services).
• Develop preparedness to speak publicly, to groups, in the media or one-on-one as a representative for the Parkinson Foundation of Oklahoma.

Program Development – 20%

• Ensure ongoing local program outreach and connections that are consistently and successfully completed which include family consultations, LOUD Crowd speech groups, support groups and educational conferences.
• Actively engage local board members, advisory council members, clients and volunteers.
• Plan and lead productive meetings with volunteers and others affiliated with the organization as applicable.

Position Reports to:

Executive Director

Hours and Salary:

8:30-4:30 M-F, flexible, occasional evenings and Saturdays. $40-45,000 depending on experience

To Apply for this Job: *

email cover letter and resume to info@parkinsonoklahoma.com

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Monday, September 15, 2014

August 22, 2014

Executive Director–Chickasha

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Chickasha Public Schools Foundation


Name of Job: *

Executive Director

What city will this job be located in? *

Chickasha

Position Description: *

The Executive Director is responsible for the planning, direction, development, administration, supervision, and implementation of a comprehensive internal and external development program that will complement and provide financial assistance toward the funding of the Chickasha Public Schools.

Position Qualifications:

A record of successful professional experiences
Experience with successful non-profit fundraising, if possible
Great interpersonal communication skills
An understanding of and ability to use methods and media of mass communication, including social media
The ability to develop long-term strategic plans while effectively organizing and managing daily operations
The skills and knowledge necessary to communicate through current technology and to effectively use and maintain electronic databases (such as Microsoft Word and Excel)
The ability and willingness to seek large contributions from private and corporate donors
The ability and personal initiative to work independently, exercise sound personal and professional judgement, and maintain high standards of personal and professional integrity
Precise and correct speaking and writing skills
The knowledge necessary to support the Foundation's mission, standards, policies, procedures, and confidentiality guidelines

Position Requirements:

Specific Duties:
1. Promotes collaborative efforts between the Chickasha Public Schools and the Chickasha Public Schools Foundation.
2. Works with volunteers and board committees to raise money to cover and exceed the Foundation's operational expenses (including salaries, etc.) as well as raising money through private donations, trusts, and grants that will grow the Foundation's endowment.
3. Assists in the development of a program of long-range development and solicitation of selected prospects.
4. Works with the Board of Directors in the development of the Foundation's Five-Year Plan.
5. Works with local businesses to implement payroll giving programs for employees and works with financial officers at local businesses and industries to set up similar payroll deduction and giving programs.
6. Identifies and prepares grant applications to sources that fund educational foundations and projects.
7. Identifies and meets with local attorneys, accountants, and other financial advisors to explain and promote the Foundation as a possible beneficiary for their clients.
8. Develops and sustains a planned charitable giving program.
9. Updates the CPSF website and social media and publicizes all Foundation activities.
10. Works with committees to develop plans that support the mission of the organization.
11. Works with the CPSF Publicity Committee to disseminate news releases to local media.
12. Plans, directs, and supervises the preparation and production of all publications and the preparation of A/V power point presentations.
13. Coordinates calendars, activities, and work assignments with committee chairpersons.
14. Supervises planning activities of special events.
15. Responds promptly to calls and inquiries.
16. Manages the Foundation by overseeing the administrative staff.
17. Plans and prioritizes work schedules.
18. Reviews work processes for quality improvements and efficiencies and implements new ones when appropriate.
19. Represents the Foundation at speaking engagements.
20. Performs other duties and projects as directed by the Board.

Position Reports to:

President and Board of Directors

Hours and Salary:

This is a part-time position. Compensation is commensurate with qualifications and experience. Advancements in salary and elevation to full-time status are possible.

To Apply for this Job: *

email or fax your resume' to:
cpsf@chickasha.k12.ok.us
FAX (405) 222 6590
Or mail to:
Chickasha Public Schools Foundation
P.O. Box 2443 900 W. Choctaw
Chickasha, OK 73018

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Friday, September 26, 2014

August 22, 2014

Executive Director–Norman

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Cleveland County CASA


Name of Job: *

Executive Director

What city will this job be located in? *

Norman

Position Description: *

Executive Director for CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) program serving Cleveland, McClain, and Garvin counties. Cleveland County CASA provides volunteers to serve as advocates for children who have abused and neglected and are in the child welfare system.

Position duties include:

- Program Accountability, Certification and Contracts
- Personnel Management
- Volunteer Management
- Fiscal Management
- Fund Raising
- Public Relations
- Engagement with Meetings, Affiliations and Organizations

Position Qualifications:

Candidates must have:

- Bachelor’s or higher degree in social work, education, law, public administration, or a related field

- Minimum of three years administrative experience with non-profit management, grant writing, and fund solicitation for non-profit organizations

Preferred experience:
- Financial administration
- Public relations
- Strong verbal and written communication skills
- Volunteer management
- Public speaking
- Understanding of the child welfare/juvenile justice field

Position Reports to:

Board of Directors

Hours and Salary:

Salary commensurate with experience

To Apply for this Job: *

Submit cover letter and resume to suzanne@clevelandcountycasa.org or P.O. Box 1714, Norman OK, 73070.

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Friday, September 12, 2014

August 20, 2014

BBBSOK Area Director - Claremore (PT)

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Big Brothers Big Sisters of OK


Name of Job: *

BBBSOK Area Director - Claremore (PT)

What city will this job be located in? *

Claremore

Position Description: *

Summary
Reporting to the Tulsa Area Director, the Area Director conducts local resource development. The Area Director is responsible for developing and cultivating partnerships and donors, area board development, local fund raising and volunteer recruitment. The Area Director leads in the fulfillment of the mission, growth and stability of the organization at the local level and serves as the “face of the agency” in the community. This position is an integral part of the statewide team for resource development and will plan and coordinate with other sites as appropriate. This is a part-time position.

Responsibilities
• Implement fund development and volunteer recruitment plan, including research and development of a resource prospect list for foundations, corporations, and individuals, cultivation and stewardship of donors, including scheduling and making personal solicitation calls, and maintenance of donor contact and donor history through donor management database.
• Recruit, cultivate and support local resource board and committees, comprised of committed and influential members of local community. Positively and effectively communicate resource goals and foster committed participation from area board.
• Conduct community outreach to recruit volunteers to serve as Big Brothers and Big Sisters and children to enroll as Littles.
• Work with supervisor in identification and cultivation of major gifts prospects.
• Maintain strong relationship with local United Way. Prepare local United Way proposal/budget and coordinate all activities related to the request. Serve as main contact for United Way agency meetings, speaking requests, etc.
• Work in cooperation with state grant writer and supervisor on major grant proposals, grant reporting and all foundation communication. Smaller foundation proposals are initiated and handled at the local level with open communication to supervisor and state staff.
• Coordinate and implement all site fundraising events including but not limited to Bowl for Kids’ Sake.
• Monitor site resource performance metrics and report status to supervisor and local board on a regular basis.
• Ensure accurate financial information flow to the state office; approve invoices for payment as needed and forward information (deposits and invoices) to accounting department in a timely manner. Note: All accounting and bookkeeping functions will be handled at the state office. Consult with immediate supervisor for resolution of all issues involving facilities.
• Work with program staff to develop and reach match growth goals in conjunction with the BBBSOK strategic plan. Note: Do not directly supervise the program staff at the local level (local program staff reports to state program leader).
• Develop sound practices and supportive relationships with internal staff and external constituents, volunteer boards and committees resulting in cooperative and effective collaboration as related to resource development.
• As “face of the agency” make presentations to community organizations related to general BBBS awareness and resource development. Responsible for all community relations and partnerships at the site.
• Manage other related duties as assigned.

Position Qualifications:

Qualifications
• Bachelor’s degree required
• Prior fund development experience preferred.
• Experience working in a non-profit organization with boards preferred
• Demonstrated experience in creating and maintaining successful donor relationships and partnerships
• Demonstrated success at achieving goals
• Superior communication skills, both written and verbal, to effectively address all levels in the organization
• Good public speaking skills
• Ability to manage multiple projects and priorities, including balancing multiple needs and interests
• Self-motivated and results-driven
• Ability to travel within Oklahoma
• Ability to work some evenings and weekends.

Position Reports to:

BBBSOK Area Director Tulsa

To Apply for this Job: *

Please send your resume to Cindy Harp at cindy.harp@bbbsok.org

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Thursday, September 18, 2014

August 20, 2014

BBBSOK Area Director - Shawnee

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Big Brothers Big Sisters of OK


Name of Job: *

BBBSOK Area Director - Shawnee

What city will this job be located in? *

Shawnee

Position Description: *

Summary
Reporting to the Regional Resource Director, the Area Director conducts local resource development. The Area Director is responsible for developing and cultivating partnerships and donors, area board development, local fund raising and volunteer recruitment. The Area Director leads in the fulfillment of the mission, growth and stability of the organization at the local level and serves as the “face of the agency” in the community. This position is an integral part of the statewide team for resource development and will plan and coordinate with other sites as appropriate.

Responsibilities
• Implement fund development and volunteer recruitment plan, including research and development of a resource prospect list for foundations, corporations, and individuals, cultivation and stewardship of donors, including scheduling and making personal solicitation calls, and maintenance of donor contact and donor history through donor management database.
• Recruit, cultivate and support local resource board and committees, comprised of committed and influential members of local community. Positively and effectively communicate resource goals and foster committed participation from area board.
• Conduct community outreach to recruit volunteers to serve as Big Brothers and Big Sisters and children to enroll as Littles.
• Work with supervisor in identification and cultivation of major gifts prospects.
• Maintain strong relationship with local United Way. Prepare local United Way proposal/budget/reports and coordinate all activities related to the request. Serve as main contact for United Way agency meetings, speaking requests, etc.
• Work in cooperation with state grant writer and supervisor on major grant proposals, grant reporting and all foundation communication. Smaller foundation proposals are initiated and handled at the local level with open communication to supervisor and state staff.
• Coordinate and implement all site fundraising events including but not limited to Bowl for Kids’ Sake.
• Monitor site resource performance metrics and report status to supervisor and local board on a regular basis.
• Ensure accurate financial information flow to the state office; approve invoices for payment as needed and forward information (deposits and invoices) to accounting department in a timely manner. Note: All accounting and bookkeeping functions will be handled at the state office. Consult with immediate supervisor for resolution of all issues involving facilities.
• Work with program staff to develop and reach match growth goals in conjunction with the BBBSOK strategic plan. Note: Do not directly supervise the program staff at the local level (local program staff reports to state program leader).
• Develop sound practices and supportive relationships with internal staff and external constituents, volunteer boards and committees resulting in cooperative and effective collaboration as related to resource development.
• As “face of the agency” make presentations to community organizations related to general BBBS awareness and resource development. Responsible for all community relations and partnerships at the site.
• Manage other related duties as assigned.

Position Qualifications:

Qualifications
• Bachelor’s degree required
• Prior fund development experience preferred.
• Experience working in a non-profit organization with boards preferred
• Demonstrated experience in creating and maintaining successful donor relationships and partnerships
• Demonstrated success at achieving goals
• Superior communication skills, both written and verbal, to effectively address all levels in the organization
• Good public speaking skills
• Ability to manage multiple projects and priorities, including balancing multiple needs and interests
• Self-motivated and results-driven
• Ability to travel within Oklahoma
• Ability to work some evenings and weekends.

Position Reports to:

Regional Resource Director

To Apply for this Job: *

Please send resume to Cindy Harp at cindy.harp@bbbsok.org.

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Thursday, September 18, 2014

August 20, 2014

Major Gifts Officer–OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum



Name of Job: *

Major Gifts Officer

What city will this job be located in? *

Oklahoma City

Position Description: *

The NCWHM seeks a Major Gifts Officer (MGO) to work closely with the Chief Development Officer and Associate Director of Development to help design and implement comprehensive campaign(s), identify and provide strategies for expanding philanthropic growth, and grow annual giving/membership levels.  As a member of the development team, he/she will collaborate with board leadership, museum leadership/staff and fellow team members to identify, cultivate, solicit and steward existing and prospective donors.

NCWHM is seeking to grow their individual giving programs and unrestricted dollars to continue expanding on the maintenance and preservation of its historic building, collections and grounds and sustain their museum and educational programs. NCWHM is in the “needs assessment” stage of its largest comprehensive campaign – the new MGO will be a key stakeholder in design, execution of campaign as it relates to: new programming, capital improvements, naming opportunities, reaching broader audiences, driving revenue, educating constituencies, achieving organizational mission and meeting Board expectations.  Working under the CDO, and with Board of Directors and senior management, the MGO will be a critical component in these and other functions of the development department.

The MGO will have direct management responsibilities for assignments (approx. 100), individual giving programs, select membership levels, and a redesigned planned giving society. Particular focus will be placed on building their major gift portfolio and securing operating fund gifts.  In alignment with the organization's efforts to increase overall donations, he/she will have the opportunity to evaluate current programs and operations, and help identify and provide recommendations for growth. The successful candidate will be a strategic, creative thinker, and an entrepreneurial fundraiser, eager to work in a fast-paced environment surrounding comprehensive campaign(s). He/she will have 5+ years of increasing fundraising success, strong management and self-starter experience, a demonstrated ability to solicit 5 and 6 figure major gifts, ability to work collegially with a high profile, international constituency, volunteer board members, and work within a team environment

KEY RESPONSIBLITIES:

  •         Manage a portfolio of primary prospects and donors; manage and lead operations for select membership levels

  •         Work collaboratively with Board, Leadership and advancement team. Offer prospect strategy counsel to the President, Chief Development Officer and advancement staff who are managing other prospects. Be a resource for development/advancement staff including identification of potential volunteer connections, events, functions

  •         Grow annual support/execute campaign(s) targeting individuals, corporations and foundations

  •        Focus on securing support for a set of priorities that include programming surrounding endowment, planned gifts, chairs/fellows, scholarships, unrestricted support, and capital improvements. Provide counsel on outreach programming in the Major Gift Officer’s primary territory/assignment area

  •         Cultivate, solicit and steward major gifts of 5 and 6 figures; achieve performance measures to validate department's effectiveness

  •         Provide input on short and long-term strategic and operational planning; guide museum stakeholders in on-going stewardship activities

  •       Serve as a member of development department working collaboratively as a team to establish and execute the NCWHM 's organizational goals and plans; recommend and assist with programming involving art collections, research, education and events as it relates to donor-centered philanthropy

  •       Support volunteer fundraising solicitors/Board members who assist with the identification and development of major donors

  •     Provide strategic direction and attend promotional events for major donor prospects

  •        Increase awareness of the importance of National Cowboy Museum and communicate interest/involvement in the Museum's mission

Position Qualifications:

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor’s Degree, Masters preferred
  • Five to seven years successful experience in major and/or planned gift fundraising preferably in the Arts
  • Ability to understand the needs and interests of leadership and major gift donors in order to develop relationships between them and the museum
  • Interest in all aspects of the arts, culture and education and a dedication to promoting the museum’s fundraising priorities through developing excellent relationships with staff, senior leaders, trustees, volunteers, and the development office team
  • Demonstrated goal-oriented results and the ability to successfully manage multi-functional or diverse areas
  • Successful experience in making cold calls as well as developing cultivation and solicitation strategies
  • Must have excellent interpersonal skills and a demonstrated record of completing assignments
  • Computer literacy with the ability to utilize Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint
  • Ability to multi-task and effectively manage concurrent processes and projects
  • Excellent communication, persuasion, and presentation skills
Passion about the mission of the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum

To Apply for this Job: *

APPLY AT:

  • Please email letters of interest and resume in confidence to:

Human Resources

National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum

1700 NE 63rd Street, Oklahoma City, OK  73111

hr@nationalcowboymuseum.org

Accounts Receivable Bookkeeper–OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Dale Rogers Training Center


Name of Job: *

Accounts Receivable Bookkeeper

What city will this job be located in? *

Oklahoma City

Position Description: *

Large, highly successful, private non-profit seeks experienced Accounts Receivable Bookkeeper. Duties include billing, data entry & collections. Candidate must be flexible & capable of providing backup in other areas. MS Dynamics GP experience a plus! Strong computer & Excel skills required. F/T + benefits!

BENEFITS:
There are many advantages to belonging to the DRTC team. As a staff member, you will work for a company that cares about your success! Dale Rogers believes in working hard while we are here, but also taking time off to be with our families. The following are some of the employee benefits available to you as a member of our team:

Professional growth and support
Team involvement
Medical and Dental Insurance
Paid time off
Bonuses and Perks
403 (b) Retirement Plan

SCOPE:
Responsible for accounts receivable functions. Assists Accounts Receivable Supervisor with various accounts receivable functions and fiscal affairs of the agency, while complying with approved agency policies. Maintains confidentiality regarding status of individuals or matters pertaining to the administrative function of the agency.

Position Qualifications:

QUALIFICATIONS:

•High School Diploma or G.E.D.
•Must have basic bookkeeping and accounts receivable knowledge.
•Must be able to use 10 key by touch and type.
•General knowledge of office procedure and equipment operations.

Position Requirements:

HIRING REQUIREMENTS:
•Must be 18 years old or older
•Must possess a valid Oklahoma Drivers License
•Must be able to pass OSBI, MVR, DHS Registry Check and any other background checks as agency requires or deems necessary.

Hours and Salary:

Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., $12/hr DOE

To Apply for this Job: *













Posted On:

APPLY AT:
You can submit an application online today at www.drtc.org or print an application to fill out by hand and deliver to Dale Rogers Training Center in person, by mail, or by fax.

Dale Rogers Training Center
2501 N. Utah Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73107
Phone: (405) 946-4489
Fax: (405) 943-9710 TTY: (405) 947-3872
Email: dalerogers@drtc.org
Video Phone#: (405) 445-7314
Dale Rogers Training Center is an EOE/Affirmative Action Employer


August 20, 2014

Full Time Emergency Shelter Culinary Artist/Cook–OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

YWCA Oklahoma City


Name of Job: *

Full Time Emergency Shelter Culinary Artist/Cook

What city will this job be located in? *

Oklahoma City

Position Description: *

The YWCA Oklahoma City is seeking candidates for a full time Culinary Artist/Cook. The successful candidate will create monthly menus, prepare meals daily, maintain food inventory, order food and supplies, and maintain sanitary conditions of kitchen, dining, and storage areas at the YWCA Emergency Shelter. This is a full time position and benefits include health insurance, paid vacation and retirement.

Position Qualifications:

Minimum qualifications include a high school diploma or equivalent. A culinary arts degree and professional kitchen experience preferred

Position Requirements:

The position requires a motivated team player who is self-directed, and professionally-mannered. Candidates must possess ability to climb stairs and lift up to 50 lbs.

To Apply for this Job: *

Join our dedicated team and make a difference. EOE.

To apply for the position, go to www.ywcaokc.org, click on “Employment” at the top of the page and follow the instructions at the bottom of the Employment page.

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Friday, August 29, 2014

August 20, 2014

Assistant Director of Shelter Operations–OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

YWCA Oklahoma City


Name of Job: *

Assistant Director of Shelter Operations

What city will this job be located in? *

Oklahoma City

Position Description: *

The Assistant Director will assist the Director of Shelter Operations with the oversight of all shelter operations, including but not limited to: the 24 hour domestic violence and sexual assault hotlines; assist with scheduling, training, and supervising the shelter team of staff/volunteers; promote a team environment; assist with client service needs and ensure program compliance with YWCA Policies and Procedures, which include licensing and funding standards. This is a full time position and benefits include health insurance, paid vacation and retirement.

Position Qualifications:

Minimum qualifications include a Bachelor’s Degree in a Social Service field and at least 3 years related work in a shelter setting.

Position Requirements:

We are seeking a dynamic professional who is energetic, creative, takes initiative, proactively builds relationships, performs as a solid team member and can demonstrated strong management, supervisory and leadership ability. Strong listening, verbal and written communication skills are required. The position requires some evening/weekend work and schedule flexibility to meet the needs of our shelter team and clients.

To Apply for this Job: *

To apply for the position, go to www.ywcaokc.org, click on “Employment” at the top of the page and follow the instructions at the bottom of the Employment page.

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Friday, August 29, 2014

August 20, 2014

Client Advocate–OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Neighborhood Services Organization


Name of Job: *

Client Advocate

What city will this job be located in? *

Oklahoma City

Position Description: *

The Palo Duro II Client Advocate will understand and model the mission of NSO. The Palo Duro II Client Advocate will understand and practice NSO’s policy on confidentiality in respect to all NSO information. The Palo Duro II Client Advocate will exhibit professional behavior in all facets of work at NSO. The Palo Duro II Client Advocate will exhibit teamwork with all NSO staff.

Working under minimal supervision of the Housing Director, the Palo Duro II Client Advocate is responsible for assisting in the management of NSO’s permanent supportive housing program Palo Duro II. This program offers a total of 14 individual apartment units to those who experience chronic homelessness and who have been diagnosed with a mental illness.

Position Qualifications:

Minimum Requirement: High school diploma or general education degree (GED) is required. Experience working with the homeless and underserved population preferred. One to six months related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Must have valid driver’s license and auto insurance. Clearance of background check and drug screen.

Position Requirements:

• Requires clear, oral, and written communication skills.
• Requires patience when assisting population served.
• Requires ability to handle multiple projects and tasks simultaneously.
• Requires the ability to work independently.
• Requires knowledge of administrative and clerical procedures. This includes basic to intermediate personal computer skills; such as word processing, database management, electronic mail, spreadsheet, graphics, etc.
• Must be a self starter.

Position Reports to:

Housing Director

Hours and Salary:

part time

To Apply for this Job: *

Send resume and cover letter to LKELLEY@NSOOKC.ORG

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Friday, September 5, 2014

August 20, 2014

Development Coordinator–OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Metropolitan Library System


Name of Job: *

Development Coordinator

What city will this job be located in? *

Oklahoma City

Position Description: *

Under general supervision, coordinates the development efforts of the Library’s supporting organizations; manages financial database; and coordinates public art projects for the Metropolitan Library System. Monitors and tracks all monetary and material donations made to the Library Endowment Trust, other special funds or campaigns; acts as an initial contact for donations that are made to the library. Fosters strong working relationships with various boards and committees.

Position Qualifications:

Bachelor's degree from an accredited four-year college or university in a related field and, two to three years of progressively responsible related experience in a not for profit organization; or, any combination of education, training, or experiences that provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the essential functions of the job.

Hours and Salary:

$21.09 per hour, 8am-5pm Monday - Friday

To Apply for this Job: *

http://jobs.metrolibrary.org

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Friday, September 5, 2014

August 20, 2014

Special Events Executive–OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Girl Scouts-Western Oklahoma


Name of Job: *

Special Events Executive

What city will this job be located in? *

Oklahoma City

Position Description: *

Imagine joining a group of individuals—each with their own unique skills and passions, but united by a common purpose.
Imagine yourself at Girl Scouts!
Girl Scouts - Western Oklahoma is committed to providing quality service to our members and helping all girls improve their decision-making ability, increase their self-esteem, appreciate diversity and individuality and contribute to their community. Our unique all-girl environment affords the perfect setting to help girls achieve all of their goals in life — through specialized programs, activities, community service and mentorship.
We are seeking career professionals committed to making a difference. Working with the Girl Scouts—an organization with a solid history and a growing future—means working to your full potential in a dynamic and diverse environment.

Special Events Executive

The Special Events Executive is responsible for the overall planning, integration and oversight of fundraising events for the organization. This includes the Juliette Low Leadership Society and other special events that raise awareness and funds for the organization. The Special Events Executive is responsible for overseeing the volunteer committees and interns for fundraising events and acts as a project manager with staff who helps support special fundraising events.


ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
Provide effective stewardship of gifts
Identifies donors for major gifts cultivation
Works with CDO to create a strategic fund development plan that maintains diversified funding streams and supports council goals
Effectively represents the organization with corporate and individual donors, building and enhancing current and future collaborative relationships
Manages and organizes logistics, timelines, and goals of special events to meet council fundraising goals
Ensures special events create awareness and further the Girl Scout mission
Works to improve financial goals through special events and developing new fundraising ideas
Provides support and direction to fundraising volunteers and works to ensure that accurate and timely reports and resources are available
Provides professional and high quality customer service to donors, members, volunteers, staff, and other community contacts
Ensures that diversity and pluralism are embraced and incorporated into the work of the council
Performs other duties as assigned

Requirements:
Bachelor’s Degree and 2+ years in related area preferred.
Minimum of 2 years’ experience in one or more of the following areas: marketing, development, or public relations. An equivalent combination of experience and education will be considered.
Demonstrated ability to manage volunteers and interns
Project management skills
Computer literate with word processing and excel skills (i.e. Microsoft Office systems); ability to navigate and use Personify and Donor Perfect databases or similar software.
Flexible with time – ability to work some nights and weekends
Strong organizational skills and close attention to detail
A demonstrated ability to work independently, take initiative and manage numerous responsibilities simultaneously
Must carry 100/300/100 liability insurance
Benefits:
In exchange for your hard work and dedication, we offer:
Competitive salary
Continuous training
Medical coverage including health, dental, vision, life and disability insurance
High energy, professional work environment
We work to maintain the best possible environment for our employees, where people can learn and grow with the company. We strive to provide a collaborative, creative environment where each person feels encouraged to contribute to our processes, decisions, planning and culture.

To Apply for this Job: *


Posted On:

Please follow the link to submit your application to this opening: http://ejob.bz/ATS/jb.do?reqGK=816276

August 20, 2014

Lawton Outreach Coordinator–Lawton

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Oklahoma Chapter, Alzheimer's Association


Name of Job: *

Lawton Outreach Coordinator

What city will this job be located in? *

Lawton

Position Description: *

Provides outreach education and training for family caregivers of persons with dementia; community liaison and relationship building; provide base-level support to individual family caregivers.
Maintain current and accurate knowledge of Alzheimer’s disease and related disorders and its effects on families, in-depth knowledge of community resources and cultural competence to serve diverse populations effectively.
Provide community outreach to promote care consultations and other chapter programs to the public, with particular focus on diverse, rural and under-served groups.
Provide and market community education presentations
Provide care consultations (individual assessment, information, referral and support) to people with dementia and their family members either in office, the client’s home or via phone. Assist families in obtaining needed resources.
Develop linkages with service providers to facilitate the connection of families with appropriate and quality services.
Completion of all required reporting on time to satisfy chapter and funding sources.
Other Duties as assigned

Position Qualifications:

BA in marketing, PR, Public Health or related fields; or minimum 2 years proven experience conducting training, including facilitation experience to a diverse community.
Public speaking experience
Proven experience in implementation of outreach events
Basic understanding of computer network; Proficient with Microsoft Office, Power Point, printers, binders, copiers, scanner, folders

Position Requirements:

Provides outreach education and training for family caregivers of persons with dementia; community liaison and relationship building; provide base-level support to individual family caregivers.

Position Reports to:

Regional Director

Hours and Salary:

DOE

To Apply for this Job: *

Forward resume to okhr@alz.org

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Thursday, August 28, 2014

August 19, 2014

Accounting Supervisor–OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Variety Care


Name of Job: *

Accounting Supervisor

What city will this job be located in? *

Oklahoma City

Position Description: *

Summary of Duties and Responsibilities:

Performs various accounting functions to include posting entries, verifying and reconciling source documents to financial reporting system output, processing payments, and/or assisting in preparation of billings and other financial reports. Responds to inquiries and contacts other departments and/or vendors to resolve a variety of problems. Troubleshoot day to day work related issues with other Accountants, and provide feedback to Supervisor.



Primary Duties and Responsibilities:

1. Reconciles various expenditure reports and petty cash to source documents;

2. Assists in the preparation and distribution of monthly financial statements for staff and board members.

3. Prepares daily cash deposits, and other miscellaneous deposits such as account transfers, donations and contributions, rebates, etc ensuring proper classification to the general ledger.

4. Maintains company fixed asset schedules, setup assets in depreciation software and records the purchase and disposition of such assets.

5. Prepares routine entries and posts financial transactions; reconciles sub ledgers to the general ledger and resolves differences.

6. Performs monthly reconciliations of company bank accounts.

7. Conducts internal audit functions both systematically and on an ad hoc basis.

8. Handles cash and cash related transactions, issues receipts, records and types money lists, and balances cash fund; enters cash transactions in ledgers and reconciles cash reports; prepares bank deposits.

9. Assists in preparation of financial statements such as billings, budgets, and cost reports.

10. Assists in ordering, care, maintenance, and utilization of department equipment, supplies, and inventories.

11. Troubleshoot day to day work related issues with other Accountants, and provide feedback to Supervisor.

12. Support Variety Care’s accreditation as a Patient Centered Medical Home and our commitment to provide care to all Variety patients that is Safe, Effective, Patient Centered, Timely, Efficient, and Equitable. Provide leadership and work with all staff to achieve the goals of the “Triple Aim” of healthcare reform—to improve the experience of care, improve health outcomes, and decrease healthcare costs.

13. Performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.

Position Qualifications:


Requirements, Special Skills or Knowledge:

1. Accounting Bachelor’s degree is required.

2. Certified Public Accountant preferred but not required.

3. 5 years of accounting experience requiring a full understanding of accounting and general accounting principles.

4. Ability to utilize an automated accounting system, Great Plains software experience highly preferred.

5. Ability to understand and interpret vendor invoices, statements, and other requests for payment.

6. Ability to process computer data and to format and generate reports.

7. Must possess strong communication, interpersonal and leadership skills.

8. Proficient in Excel, building/producing spreadsheets, charts, etc.

9. Ability to analyze and solve problems.

10. Knowledge of purchase orders and related accounts payable documentation.

Position Requirements:


ADA Requirements:

1. Must be able to lift 25 pounds

2. Must be able to sit for extended periods of time.

3. Must have excellent concentration ability.

Position Reports to:

Director of Finance

Hours and Salary:

Full Time

To Apply for this Job: *

To apply for the Accounting Supervisor, please follow this link: https://apply.hrmdirect.com/resumedirect/ApplyOnline/Apply.aspx?req_id=enc-15.622400585996224&source=198855-CS-8548

To find out more about Variety Care, please visit us at www.varietycare.org!

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Monday, September 15, 2014

August 19, 2014

Program Manager - Day Camps/Travel–Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma


Name of Job: *

Program Manager - Day Camps/Travel

What city will this job be located in? *

Tulsa

Position Description: *

The Program Manager, Girl Scout Leadership Experience, is accountable for integrated management and coordination of all program delivery and support services in designated content, grade level, or geographic areas in and/or across multiple pathways. The manager ensures that program development and implementation supports the council's program plan and strategic business goals, promotes the Girl Scout Leadership Experience, and/or links to national program curricula.

Position Qualifications:

SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS:
• Bachelor's degree in related field or relevant equivalent experience.
• Management and supervisory skills.
• Exceptional customer service skills
• Organizational skills and demonstrated ability to achieve goals.
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
• Ability to handle multiple priorities simultaneously.
• Ability to work independently or as a team member.
• Ability to take direction.
• Conflict resolution skills.
• Problem-solving skills.
• Ability to model behavior consistent with the Girl Scout Mission, Promise, values and Law.
• Ability to work effectively with people from diverse backgrounds.
• Willingness to work a flexible schedule including some evenings and weekends; occasional overnights as necessary and ability to travel as job requires.
• Must be able to lift and move equipment weighing approximately 25 pounds.
• Proof of meeting Oklahoma State requirements regarding auto licensing, driver's license.
• Experience in program development.
• Experience supervising the work of volunteers.
• Knowledge of Girl Scouting preferred.
• Bilingual (Spanish/English) preferred.•
***Travels approximately four weeks combined annually and manages 10 day camps.

Position Reports to:

Program Director

Hours and Salary:

37.5 hours/ $40k-42k

To Apply for this Job: *

Email resume along with salary requirements -

dchambers@gseok.or

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Thursday, September 18, 2014

August 19, 2014

Program Manager - large events–Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma


Name of Job: *

Program Manager - large events

What city will this job be located in? *

Tulsa

Position Description: *

The Program Manager, Girl Scout Leadership Experience, is accountable for integrated management and coordination of all program delivery and support services in designated content, grade level, or geographic areas in and/or across multiple pathways. The manager ensures that program development and implementation supports the council's program plan and strategic business goals, promotes the Girl Scout Leadership Experience, and/or links to national program curricula.

Position Qualifications:

SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS:
• Bachelor's degree in related field or relevant equivalent experience.
• Management and supervisory skills.
• Exceptional customer service skills
• Organizational skills and demonstrated ability to achieve goals.
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
• Ability to handle multiple priorities simultaneously.
• Ability to work independently or as a team member.
• Ability to take direction.
• Conflict resolution skills.
• Problem-solving skills.
• Ability to model behavior consistent with the Girl Scout Mission, Promise, values and Law.
• Ability to work effectively with people from diverse backgrounds.
• Willingness to work a flexible schedule including some evenings and weekends; occasional overnights as necessary and ability to travel as job requires.
• Must be able to lift and move equipment weighing approximately 25 pounds.
• Proof of meeting Oklahoma State requirements regarding auto licensing, driver's license.
• Experience in program development.
• Experience supervising the work of volunteers.
• Knowledge of Girl Scouting preferred.
• Bilingual (Spanish/English) preferred.•
***Large event program planning and implementation.

Position Reports to:

Program Director

Hours and Salary:

37.5 weekly - 40k-42k

To Apply for this Job: *

Email resume and salary requirements to:

dchambers@gseok.org

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Thursday, September 18, 2014

August 19. 2014

Executive Director–Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

United Campus Ministry at the University of Tulsa


Name of Job: *

Executive Director

What city will this job be located in? *

Tulsa

Position Description: *

I. Title: Executive Director, The United Campus Ministry at The University of Tulsa (the UCM at TU, also known as the Little Blue House).
II. Purpose: To provide leadership and support for an ecumenical and multi-faith ministry at The University of Tulsa.
III. Accountability: Accountable to the UCM at TU board and the denomination(s) in which ordained or have standing as a member, and to the student leadership of the community.
IV. Responsibilities to the UCM: The Executive Director shall be responsible for proclaiming the mission of the UCM at TU as an inclusive community that celebrates equality and equity. Through homegrown programming, the ministry focuses on issue-based education and open minded-fellowship. The Executive Director shall acknowledge that all faith traditions, including no faith tradition, are to be respected as different ways to understand God and the universe.

A. PASTORAL
This ministry shall develop a sound pastoral relationship with persons associated with the university and others who choose to be involved. This ministry shall be present at important points of crisis in the life of the university and community, promoting understanding, and seeking reconciliation of persons to themselves, to others, and to God.
Current examples of pastoral care include:
•Provide pastoral counseling, support, referrals and resources to TU students, staff, faculty, alums and affiliated community members.
• Provide programming for supporting congregations, as requested.
• Respond to campus and community emergencies.
• Invest in the lives of participating students For example, attend recitals, graduations, performances, etc. of students, as requested.
• Provide recommendations letters for students, as requested.

B. PROGRAMMING AND ADVOCACY
This ministry shall offer opportunities for worship, retreats, celebrations of the festival seasons, alternative breaks and other occasions deemed appropriate for interested community members. It shall also encourage participation in regular worship services and ministries of local congregations when information is solicited. This ministry will strive to be faithful to the Biblical mandate to encourage compassion and discern the call for justice within the university and in the deep needs of society and the earth.


Current examples of programming and advocacy include:
• Participate and/or assist in the planning, implementing and evaluating of programs that foster the development of persons and a sense of community, fulfilling the purpose of the UCM.
• Facilitate groups so that gifts of individuals may be affirmed, celebrated and encouraged to be used in the ministry and their vocation.
• Identify, assist and coordinate in the development and encouragement of leadership for those who participate in ministry.
• Regularly attend meetings of all the groups that comprise the UCM at TU, assist with maintaining current student group standing, allocations, programming, events, etc.
o Current groups within the Little Blue House are as listed: Society for Gender Equality (SGE), Pride the LGBTQQIAA (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, Intersex, Asexual, and Allies) student group, Earth Matters (Environmentalist student group) and Cultural Exchange Coalition.
• Be an incubator for new groups on campus that wish to form, whose mission falls within the scope of the UCM mission statement.
o Helping to draft constitutions and by-laws and navigating the Student Association process for recognition.
• Provide programming that is unique to the UCM, including service projects, Bible studies and/or chapel services, speakers, films, advocacy, links to our supporting congregations.
o “Faith, Doubt, and _____” is the current student Bible study, but other studies have been used in the past, based on choice of the Executive Director and interested students.
• Educate campus community about social justice programming in the community.
o Creating linkages between campus community and the wider Tulsa community.
§ Specifically with the Kendall Whittier neighborhood.
o Finding opportunities for internship and employment for students and alumni.
• Recruit churches and community stakeholders to shop for, cook, serve and cleanup 28 yearly Veggie Lunches.
o Submit reimbursements for lunches to Student Association.
o Keep food handler’s license current.
o Comply with University guidelines for food on campus.
• Host end of semester parties and other events to acknowledge the contributions and achievements of students involved at the UCM.


C. BRIDGE BUILDING
This ministry shall bring together the needs and resources of the church, community and higher education, fostering mutually-helpful relationships, cooperative action and advocacy. It shall facilitate difficult dialogue to build bridges between different perspectives within the university, especially pertaining to the important issues of the mission of higher education, student interests and current topics of concern. The Executive Director shall routinely discern the relevance of the UCM’s mission and communicate it clearly.

Current examples of University of Tulsa bridge building:
• Represent the UCM at University functions, including Preview TU, Activity Fair, Homecoming, etc.
• Serve on University Committees/Initiatives, as requested. For example, the Women’s and Gender Studies Governing Board, the TU Sustainability Committee, as a judge for the TU Research Colloquium Community Service Symposium, as a facilitator for the TU Safe Zone Program, as a mock interviewer for Nationally Competitive Scholarship finalists, and serving as a Mentor for New Student Orientation.

Current examples of community bridge building include:
• Provide pastoral support and/or leadership to community groups, as requested. Examples might include participation with Oklahomans for Equality, Tulsa Metropolitan Ministries, and the Oklahoma Center for Community and Justice.
• Maintain relationships with community organizations with similar goals to ours, and make community opportunities available to TU students, staff, faculty and alums.
• Serve on Boards of Community organizations, as requested.

Current examples of church bridge building include:
• Maintain relationships with supporting congregations.
• Refer students to local congregations and worship experiences.

D. ADMINISTRATIVE
Current examples of administrative responsibilities include:
• Manage the UCM Facebook Page, Website and Causes.
• Manage insurance, correspondence, phones, email, etc.
• Keep the University of Tulsa accounts updated (TU Orgspace, Allocations, Business Office, etc.)
• Maintain paperwork and files for student interns.
• Maintain office machines, purchase supplies, etc.
Current examples of financial responsibilities include:
• Oversee budgeting and expenditures.
• Fundraising.
• Write and send annual appeal.
• Foster new donors and maintaining donor relationships.
• Manage online giving.
• Hold fund-raising events, such as book sales.
• Record and deliver donation checks to accountant.
• Send acknowledgement letters to donors.
• Maintain donor lists.
• Apply for funding and report to supporting congregations and denominations.
• Record bills and make check requests from accountant to pay bills.

Position Reports to:

United Campus Ministry Board

To Apply for this Job: *

Please send resume to ucmsearch@gmail.com.

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Friday, September 26, 2014

August 18, 2014

Exhibition Coordinator–Norman

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

University of Oklahoma Libraries


Name of Job: *

Exhibition Coordinator

What city will this job be located in? *

Norman

Position Description: *

The University of Oklahoma Libraries seeks an Exhibition Coordinator to support the development, creation, implementation, presentation and evaluation of innovative exhibitions, comprised of rare books, instruments, interactive, graphic, electronic, and artifact components, that serve the OU Libraries outreach and engagement missions.

Position Qualifications:

Required qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in related field or equivalent experience.; ability to adapt quickly to changing demands; ability to establish effective working relationships.; ability to communicate effectively; inventory/calculation skills; project management skills; must have at least two years of experience handling rare materials in a museum or academic environment.

Position Requirements:

To Apply for this Job: *

Applicant screening to begin immediately. For complete information and to apply, go to jobs.ou.edu and search for Requisition Number 20303.

The University of Oklahoma is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Protected veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

August 18, 2014

Red Shield Club After School Program Aide–El Reno

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

The Salvation Army


Name of Job: *

Red Shield Club After School Program Aide

What city will this job be located in? *

El Reno, Ok

Position Description: *

The Salvation Army, an internationally recognized, faith-based, not-for-profit organization, seeks an After School Program Aide for the Red Shield After School Program, located at Roblyer Middle School, 427 SW 27th, El Reno, Ok 73036

JOB SUMMARY:
Under the supervision of the Program Director, the Program Aide is responsible for helping The Salvation Army Red Shield After School Program in achieving its mission of motivating young people and their families to reach their full potential academically, socially, physically and spiritually. The Program Aide will act as a positive role model providing leadership and guidance to club members.

Position Qualifications:

Minimum qualification for this position is a high school diploma or G.E.D. and six months experience mentoring and supervising youth or any equivalent combination of training and experience, which provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities.

CPR and First Aid Certified, preferred

Valid State Drivers' License

Position Requirements:

Special Knowledge, Skill and Ability Requirements:
Ability to understand and be sensitive to the needs of children and youth.
Ability to watch and listen carefully.

MENTAL AND PHYSICAL ABILITIES:

Ability to meet attendance requirements.

Ability to read, write, and communicate the English language.

Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram or schedule form; ability to analyze and interpret educational material in order to provide accurate and complete homework help.

Ability to respond to emergencies in a calm and effective manner.

Ability to move hands in repetitive motions including grasping, holding and finger dexterity.

Ability to display eye-hand coordination.

Ability to carry equipment necessary to complete the essential functions of the position.

Moderate amount of physical effort required associated with walking, standing, lifting and carrying objects (possibly greater than 25lbs.).

WORKING CONDITIONS: Work is performed indoors and outdoors where there may be physical discomforts associated with noise, dust, dirt, and the like; frequent walking and/or standing, reaching, kneeling, bending, or squatting relieved by lesser periods of sitting.

Position Reports to:

Program Director

To Apply for this Job: *

4 Seasonal Positions, September through May, following Roblyer School Calendar
2 positions available both for 10 hours per week, Monday-Friday
2 positions available both for 15 hours per week, Monday-Friday

Applications will be accepted Monday-Friday 10am-3pm at the following address: The Salvation Army Canadian County Service Center, 201 S. Bickford, El Reno, OK 73036 or email resume to: Lois DeBerry, Service Center Director at Lois_DeBerry@uss.salvationarmy.org

All employees recognize The Salvation Army is a church and agree that they will do nothing as an employee of The Salvation Army to undermine its religious mission.

AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER



Posted On:  August 18, 2014

Volunteer Center Trainer Seasonal–OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma


Name of Job: *

Volunteer Center Trainer Seasonal

What city will this job be located in? *

Oklahoma City

Position Description: *

The Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma is seeking three Seasonal Volunteer Center Trainers to supervise volunteer workers and provide direction, coordination, and consultation for all volunteer activities. This position is seasonal/temporary (September - December).

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
•Ensures all volunteer work areas are clean and ready for volunteers. This includes, but is not limited to, the volunteer break room, repack room and restrooms. (Counters, sinks, tables, chairs, floors, trash, etc.)
•Greets and gives tours of Food Bank to volunteer groups.
•Stocks and prepares needed supplies for all volunteer activities, including snacks, cold beverages and coffee.
•Sets up for daily volunteer activities. This includes, but is not limited to, making sure all product, pallets, boxes, tape, and trash receptacles are ready and in place when volunteers arrive.
•Responsible for training and constant instruction of each volunteer group while they are working. This includes instruction on sorting, categories stacking, labeling, sanitation and cleaning.
•Ensures all new groups are given proper instruction, as well as information on the Food Bank.
•Keeps volunteer work area ready as volunteers work. This includes restocking product and supplies, moving completed product out of area and emptying trash to ensure volunteers have product to work up to the time they begin cleaning. (15 minutes prior to end of shift.)
•Ensures that at the end of each volunteer group the repack area and break rooms are cleaned and readied for the next group.
•Maintains accurate records and activity reports on volunteer participation.
•Represents volunteers with feedback of groups work and there value to the Food Bank mission.
•Represents the Food Bank to volunteers in a professional and courteous manner, understanding that volunteers are the lifeblood of the Food Bank.
•Provides product receipt reports to allow the transfer of product into inventory.
•Maintains open line of communication with supervisor and staff.
•Other duties as assigned by supervisor or staff.

Position Qualifications:

QUALIFICATIONS: High School education or equivalent work experience. Good communication skills. Basic skills in addition, subtraction and multiplication are required. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: Maintains constant supervision of all volunteer groups and individuals working within the food bank facility.

Position Requirements:

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:
•Language Skills - Strong skills in interpersonal communication, writing, and organization. Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from staff, partner agencies/schools, clients, donors, community organizations, and the general public.
•Mathematical Skills - Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals.
•Reasoning Ability - Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.
•Technical Ability - Ability to use common office applications and database software. Knowledge of Microsoft Dynamics Navision Inventory software is a plus.
•Personal Skills – Must be a self-starter who is driven and capable of keeping track of multiple projects in a fast-paced environment. Must be highly organized with an ability to pay attention to detail; excellent interpersonal skills; ability to build relationships; strategic, creative, progressive thinker.
ADDITIONAL JOB REQUIREMENTS:
•Clearance of background investigation, drug screen and physical examination.
•Must have valid driver’s license and good driving record.

WORK ENVIRONMENT AND PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Must be able to work in a warehouse environment. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is often exposed to extreme cold, wet and/or humid conditions within the Food Bank’s freezers and refrigerators. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate. The employee is frequently required to stand; walk; sit and talk or hear. The employee is occasionally required to stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision and distance vision. Must be able to work flexible hours to accommodate volunteer activity schedules. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

REQUIRED PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS:
•Integrity, enthusiasm, perspective, flexibility, and a strong work ethic.
•A desire to be a part of an innovative, entrepreneurial organization with the ability to prioritize, move quickly, and maintain strong follow-through in a dynamic environment.
•Superior writing and oral communication skills; ability to understand and translate information for intended audiences with clarity, crispness, and elegance.
•A deep appreciation for, and an ability to articulate, the mission of the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma.
•The intellectual depth, maturity, wisdom, and collaborative skills to garner the trust and confidence of donors, volunteer leaders, staff, and other constituents.
•Excellent interpersonal skills with a demonstrated ability to work well with people at all levels, and a strong commitment to teamwork.

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this job. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified.

Position Reports to:

Director of Volunteerism

Hours and Salary:

Tuesday - Saturday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings

To Apply for this Job: *

Please visit www.regionalfoodbank.org to complete an online application which will include submitting a resume and cover letter.

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Monday, August 25, 2014

August 18, 2014

Area Director–Stillwater

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Oklahoma


Name of Job: *

Area Director

What city will this job be located in? *

Shawnee, OK

Position Description: *

Reporting to the Regional Resource Director, the Area Director conducts local resource development. The Area Director is responsible for developing and cultivating partnerships and donors, area board development, local fund raising and volunteer recruitment. The Area Director leads in the fulfillment of the mission, growth and stability of the organization at the local level and serves as the “face of the agency” in the community. This position is an integral part of the statewide team for resource development and will plan and coordinate with other sites as appropriate.

Responsibilities
- Implement fund development and volunteer recruitment plan, including research and development of a resource prospect list for foundations, corporations, and individuals, cultivation and stewardship of donors, including scheduling and making personal solicitation calls, and maintenance of donor contact and donor
history through donor management database.
- Recruit, cultivate and support local resource board and committees, comprised of committed and influential members of local community. Positively and effectively communicate resource goals and foster committed participation from area board.
- Conduct community outreach to recruit volunteers to serve as Big Brothers and Big Sisters and children to enroll as Littles.
- Work with supervisor in identification and cultivation of major gifts prospects.
- Maintain strong relationship with local United Way. Prepare local United Way proposal/budget/reports and coordinate all activities related to the request. Serve
as main contact for United Way agency meetings, speaking requests, etc.
- Work in cooperation with state grant writer and supervisor on major grant proposals, grant reporting and all foundation communication. Smaller foundation
proposals are initiated and handled at the local level with open communication to supervisor and state staff.
- Coordinate and implement all site fundraising events including but not limited to Bowl for Kids’ Sake.
- Monitor site resource performance metrics and report status to supervisor and local board on a regular basis.
- Ensure accurate financial information flow to the state office; approve invoices for payment as needed and forward information (deposits and invoices) to accounting department in a timely manner. Note: All accounting and bookkeeping functions will be handled at the state office. Consult with immediate supervisor for resolution of all issues involving facilities.
- Work with program staff to develop and reach match growth goals in conjunction with the BBBSOK strategic plan. Note: Do not directly supervise the program
staff at the local level (local program staff reports to state program leader).
- Develop sound practices and supportive relationships with internal staff and external constituents, volunteer boards and committees resulting in cooperative and effective collaboration as related to resource development.
- As “face of the agency” make presentations to community organizations related to general BBBS awareness and resource development. Responsible for all
community relations and partnerships at the site.
- Manage other related duties as assigned.

Position Qualifications:

- Bachelor’s degree required
- Prior fund development experience preferred.
- Experience working in a non-profit organization with boards preferred
- Demonstrated experience in creating and maintaining successful donor relationships and partnerships
- Demonstrated success at achieving goals
- Superior communication skills, both written and verbal, to effectively address all levels in the organization
- Good public speaking skills
- Ability to manage multiple projects and priorities, including balancing multiple needs and interests
- Self-motivated and results-driven
- Ability to travel within Oklahoma
- Ability to work some evenings and weekends.

Position Reports to:

Regional Resource Director

To Apply for this Job: *

To apply for this position, please submit resume to Cindy Harp at cindy.harp@bbbsok.org.

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Friday, September 12, 2014

August 18, 2014

Building Foundations Support Specialist–OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Homeless Alliance


Name of Job: *

Building Foundations Support Specialist

What city will this job be located in? *

Oklahoma City

Position Description: *

JOB SUMMARY
Building Foundations Support Specialist provides service activities, home-based case management, community-based resource referrals and advocacy efforts for participants in Homeless Alliance’s (HA) supportive housing program, Building Foundations. This position is responsible for monitoring participants’ progress and needs, accessing and linking participants to resources and tracking participants who have exited the program. The Building Foundations Support Specialist assists tenants in achieving goals as related to HUD grant requirements.

WORK ENVIRONMENT
The employee will work in an office and public, service-delivery environment. Hectic situations can occur in the public areas of the facility characteristic to working with the homeless community, and the related concerns and situations related to homeless conditions. Potential exists for volatile and unpredictable situations to occur. May experience exposure to strong odors such as soiled clothes and poor hygiene.

Position Qualifications:

EDUCATION AND WORK EXPERIENCE
• Undergraduate degree in social work, behavioral science, or related degree.
• One to two years of previous experience in adult case management.
• Computer literate; experienced with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel), Outlook, Internet; experience with “Good Done Great Grant Management System” a plus.

LICENSES AND CERTIFICATIONS
• Valid Oklahoma driver’s license & Proof of Insurance
• ODMHSAS Case Management Certification and SOAR Training preferred

Position Requirements:

RESPONSIBILITIES
• Provides strengths-based case management to approximately 15-20 tenants as assigned. Case management will involve screening, intake, assessment, individual service plan development, monitoring, home visits, linkage to appropriate community resources and follow-up, tracking tenant outcomes, advocacy, and appropriate discharge.
• Support and promote service environment for individuals in need of behavioral health and/or co-occurring services that is recovery focused and attentive to the needs of individuals who have experienced chronic homeless and may have experienced trauma in their lives, and possibly have severe disabilities.
• Maintains precise and accurate documentation of case management services, including client files and entries into the program database.
• Assists participants with completing lease agreements and obtaining other supportive documents such as identification, social security cards and so forth as required by leasing agents/property.
• Maintains up-to-date information regarding tenant occupancy, move-outs, and vacancies.
• Assists tenants in accessing and maintaining and entitlements and benefits.
• Assists tenants in achieving goals relating to HUD grant compliance; focuses on meeting the specific needs of each individual or family through joint development and implementation of Individualized Service Plans (ISP).
• Uses Motivational Interviewing skills in working with clients on their ISPs, etc.
• Participates in Coordinated Case Management with Homeless Alliance co-located partner agencies.
• Facilitates groups and activities for Homeless Alliance supportive housing program participants.
• Facilitates and coordinates supportive activities with Homeless Alliance partners, including employment assistance programs, job readiness training, and financial education.
• Following Evidence Based Life Skills curriculum, instruct tenants on communication and self-advocacy skills to assist this population to develop and retain the life skills needed to maintain residential stability.
• Advocates for needed services and assists tenants in meeting the obligations of tenancy.
• Transports clients as needed.
• Establishes and maintains collaborative working relationship with community resources; attends and participates in appropriate coalition and other community resource meetings.
• Performs other related duties as required.

REQUIREMENTS
• Strong writing, reading, listening and speaking communications skills.
• Able to set and observe appropriate boundaries with clients.
• Possess well developed, decision making skills, attention to detail with a high level of accuracy.
• Ability to excel in a diverse, collaborative team environment.
• Possess a high level of interpersonal skills to handle sensitive and confidential Homeless Alliance, client, donor, and employee information and situations.
• Able to multi-task and remain calm in demanding and unpredictable situations.
• Possess ability to understand various Homeless Alliance operations and procedures.
• Able to maintain a professional, customer service-oriented attitude at all times.
• Ability to meet face-to-face with homeless individuals of diverse backgrounds and disabilities, including physical, mental, substance abuse, HIV/AIDS, etc.; able to develop rapport, provide information, and refer with sensitivity to cultural issues.
• Ability to work and communicate with staff, clients and their families, donors, vendors, community agencies, etc. to meet their needs in a polite, courteous and cooperative manner, yet appropriate assertive as situation may demand.
• Display a high level of initiative, effort and commitment towards completing assignments efficiently.
• Possess excellent time management skills and the ability to work with minimum supervision.
• Ability to transport individuals as needed, and travel to various sites and locations daily.
• Able to meet a flexible work schedule including evenings and weekends and available on-call for emergencies by telephone and/or cell phone.
• Bilingual a plus.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS
While performing duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit and work at a computer for long periods of time in an office environment and must be able to lift/move weight up to 25lbs. Employee is also required to accept incoming calls and must be able to hear and speak. Must have visual acuity to read and draft reports, memos, letters, etc. Specific vision abilities required by this job include vision adequate for the incumbent perform the responsibilities and functions of the job efficiently. Must have the manual dexterity to manually operate and use a computer. The noise level is moderate; non-smoking environment.

The qualifications, physical demands, and work environment described herein are representative of those an employee will encounter and must meet to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The requirements listed in this document are the minimum levels of knowledge, skills, or abilities.

The above noted job description is not intended to describe, in detail, the multitude of tasks that may be assigned but rather to give the associate a general sense of the responsibilities and expectations of his/her position. As the nature of business demands change, so, too, may the essential functions of this position.

Position Reports to:

Program Manager

Hours and Salary:

40 Hours; 28,000-32,000 DOE

To Apply for this Job: *

To apply, please send cover letter and résumé to Sarah LeBoeuf at sleboeuf@homelessalliance.org

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Monday, September 15, 2014

August 18, 2014

Operations Manager–OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Jesus House


Name of Job: *

Operations Manager

What city will this job be located in? *

Oklahoma City

Position Description: *

Jesus House in Oklahoma City is seeking an Operations Manager to join its growing team. The person selected for this position will manage the operations of Jesus House according to the direction and oversight of the Executive Director. The Operations Manager will work closely with the Case Manager in making Transitional Goals Program disciplinary decisions and will have primary responsibility for the security and safety of the Jesus House campus. The Operations Manager is responsible for overseeing volunteers and employees for programs and services such as Food Baskets, Food Line and other Jesus House services and is relied upon to order supplies, coordinate maintenance services and schedule the pick-up of in-kind donations in addition to other various duties. The Operations Manager is also responsible for managing the Jesus House Work Therapy Team, training leaders within that team and overseeing the day-to-day operations of all programs and ministries.

Position Qualifications:

Selected candidate must have a heart for Christian ministry and working in an environment of relational discipleship. Candidates must be proficient in Microsoft Office products, be computer literate and possess great communication skills.

Position Requirements:

The position requires the safe and lawful operation of a motor vehicle. All candidates must satisfactorily complete a criminal background check and have a clean Motor Vehicle Report (MVR). This employee must be able to lift thirty (30) pounds on a regular basis. Experience working with homeless, diagnosed mentally ill and addicted persons preferred.

Position Reports to:

Executive Director

Hours and Salary:

Full Time; Salary commensurate with experience.

To Apply for this Job: *

Interested candidates must send a resume with cover letter and references to: Michael Bateman at Exec@jesushouseokc.org. No mail or phone calls, please. EOE.

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Friday, September 12, 2014

August 18, 2014

Membership Manager and Development Associate–OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Myriad Botanical Gardens


Name of Job: *

Membership Manager and Development Associate

What city will this job be located in? *

Oklahoma City

Position Description: *

Purpose of the Membership Manager:
The Membership and Development Manager is a member of the Development Team and reports to the Director of Development. This position is responsible for all aspects of a highly successful membership program including: developing acquisition strategies, planning for growth in membership renewal, retention and upgrade, creating a membership/donor appreciation events and managing the membership component at festivals and other Garden events and programs.

This position is responsible for cultivating, soliciting and stewarding donors; researching prospective donors and works with the Director of Development and Grants Manager/Development Associate to plan membership and fundraising events to reach annual fundraising goals. The Membership and Development Manager will be responsible for working in tandem with the Director of Development to produce fundraising events and to assist/provide office support the Development Director as needed.

Primary Responsibilities:
Membership Program (70%)
• Responsible for the identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of corporate and individual members. (Organizational goal is to gain at least 1,000 new Members within the next 12 months).
• Responsible for creating membership events for the purpose of stewardship.
• Maintains accurate membership records/database. Monitors, reports and interprets membership sales and attendance on a regular basis and communicates to appropriate staff; takes necessary steps when sales/attendance projections decrease/increase unexpectedly.
• In coordination with internal teams, manages the membership component including creating promotion and managing sales at MGB sponsored festivals and other special events; proactively addresses customer service and logistical issues.
• Writes and develops content and oversees the development of all membership collateral including: copy and content for website, membership brochure, membership cards and other marketing materials and communication tools; writes weekly membership articles for e-news and quarterly newsletter. Also prepares monthly dashboard and written report to the Director of Development for the Community Board.
• Works closely with Director of Development, Marketing and Communications Director, Volunteer Coordinator, Director of Festivals and Events and Membership Committee to develop a Membership work-plan that includes: scope of work, communication/marketing plan, timeline and specific goals to gain new members at all levels.
• Attain at least a 75% membership renewal rate annually.
• Works closely with Avant Gardener membership program to grow the number of members in the group and to offer benefits to young professionals whose mission is to support and promote the Gardens.
• Creates and manages membership program budgets.
• Identify and manage Membership benefits at each level ensuring that all new and renewing members receive membership welcome packets, membership cards, renewal notices, and general communication about the Garden.
• Responsible for engaging, managing and communicating with the Community Board’s Membership Committee including: work with the committee chair to set meeting dates, goals and agendas, notify members and organize meetings, report on progress to goals and take minutes.
• Responsible for managing a stewardship program for donor level members that may include appreciation events to recognize their membership levels of support.
• Trains visitor services to sell membership program to visitors and assist with members’ needs; oversees their incentive program.

Special Events and Corporate Benefit Specialist (30%)
• Solicits and stewards corporate sponsorships for various festivals, activities and programs.
• Supports the Director of Development with special event management. This position is responsible for creating timelines, managing logistics (catering, valet, entertainment, special permits, liquor, invitations, etc.) and coordinate with the facility and special events staff for the production of membership and fundraising events.
• Works with the Director of Development to ensure corporate sponsorship benefits are delivered.

Position Qualifications:

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:
• B.A. degree
• Minimum of three years development experience with a strong project management background and track record of planning and implementing successful fundraising and membership programs
• Experience with successful special event planning and execution
• Good time-management skills
• Previous experience working with a donor database
• Believes in the mission of the organization
• Strives for excellence with a “can do” attitude
• Ability to work with people of all backgrounds and ages
• Highly organized, detail- oriented and results driven
• Behaves ethically and with personal integrity
• Excellent oral, written and interpersonal communication skills
• Technology savvy with mastery of Microsoft Office
• Ability to multi-task
• Willingness to assist with whatever needs to get done for the success of the organization

Position Requirements:

Working Conditions, Environment and Physical Requirements:
• Performs his/her functions at The Myriad Gardens Foundation office and the Myriad Botanical Gardens.
• On occasion, requires weekend and evening hours.

Position Reports to:

Development Director

Hours and Salary:

Full Time; We offer a competitive salary and benefits package

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