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Director of Programs-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits
Name of Job: *
Director of Programs --  for Central and Northwest Oklahoma
What city will this job be located in? *
  • Position offices in Oklahoma City, however; other locations will be considered for the right candidate. Meetings occur in our Oklahoma City and Tulsa office, and other locations.
Position Description: *

Primary Function

  • Engage and develop relationships with nonprofits in the assigned geographic territory, especially with territories selected each year. Manage the workshops, training events, memberships and consulting opportunities that result from these relationships and develop new programs to serve nonprofit leaders as opportunities arise. Work independently and as a team to ensure that all Programs developed and delivered represent the Center’s commitment to nonprofit excellence.

Essential Functions

  • Build relationships with nonprofit leaders in central and northwest Oklahoma, following the Center’s strategy for this territory.
  • Oversee all training and networking events, consulting projects, and develop new events in the communities. 
  •  Maintain relationships with all nonprofits that are currently members of the Center, employ strategies to retain and gain new members and help the Center reach all membership goals. 
  • Identify and build relationships with community partners and funders that support the Center’s mission. 
  • Must be knowledgeable about nonprofit culture, ethics, and best practices. 
  • Be able to demonstrate skills in training, consulting, facilitation, coaching, and / or leadership development, and be able to construct and deliver workshops provide consulting and in other ways equip nonprofit leaders. 
  • Work with all staff in the Program Department to meet the strategies and goals set through the Strategic Plan. 
  • Prepare reports as requested, participate in staff and department meetings, board and committee meetings and adhere to budget. 
  • Willingness to learn/use webinar software for distance learning opportunities.

Other Functions

  • Ability to travel. Must have car and driver’s license. Mileage reimbursed at federal rate. 
  • Other duties as may be assigned by the Vice President of Program
Position Qualifications:
Education

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

Experience

  • Two to five years of nonprofit work experience, particularly in adult education and learning, training and consulting, and program or relationship management.

  • Proficient in all Microsoft products.

  • Be a self-starter, creative and very detail-oriented.

  • Have excellent personal communication and presentation skills.

  • Be comfortable with public speaking, designing and leading training events, and facilitating groups.

Position Reports to:

      Reports to the Vice President of Programs.

Hours and Salary:

      This is a full-time position with benefits

To Apply for this Job: *

Please send a cover letter and resume to Janetta Cravens, Vice President of Programs: jcravens@okcnp.org.

 Posted:  8/27/2015

Program Coordinator-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits
Name of Job: *
Program Coordinator
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City, OK
Position Description: *

Primary Function

  • Promote and support the wide variety of programs offered by OKCNP in our numerous skill-building workshops and continuing education events, and sustain membership and membership benefits for nonprofits across the state. Strengthen the training events by actively preparing for and participating in the workshops. Add value to the program department by designing new materials and contributing to the creative process of the team.

Essential Functions

  • Support trainings by preparing training materials, coordinating with trainers, hosting training events, and workshop evaluations.
  • Build relationships with nonprofit leaders by attending networking events, training events, etc.
  • Develop and implement all membership attraction and retention strategies from preparing promotional material, updating website information, membership benefits, and reporting.
  • Administer membership records by tracking membership growth and retention rates and publishing progress reports as needed.
  • Assist with the designing of new materials used in workshops, continuing education events, and marketing.
  • This position will entail some travel to workshops, networking events, and staff meetings.
  • Use/learn software to prepare podcasts, digital stories, webinars, and other events for distance-learning opportunities.
  • Assist in the development, review and implementation of the strategic training plan.
  • Work closely with the Vice President of Programs and other staff such as the Program Manager and Directors of Programs to ensure the success of all OKCNP programs.
  • Working with the Membership and Outreach Committee, the Training Committee, and Board of Directors, support initiatives created by committees and take minutes from meetings and other duties as assigned.
  • Stay up-to-date with trends at other state associations and the National Council of Nonprofits.
  • Prepare other reports and tasks as requested by the Vice President of Programs.

Other Functions

  • Other duties as may be assigned by the Vice President of Programs.
 Position Requirements: Education and Experience
  • 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.

Skills Required

  • Strong written, oral and interpersonal communication and public speaking
  • Knowledge of all Microsoft products, especially Access, Excel and Word

 Other Requirements

  • Reliable transportation
  • Valid Driver’s License
  • Auto Insurance

Physical Accessibility

  • Ability to sit for long periods of time and look at a computer screen, and hear and converse on a telephone.
  • Must be able to stand for periods in excess of 30 min and carry more than 20 pounds while navigating stairs.
 Position Reports To:
  • Vice President of Programs
  • Overall report to the President/CEO
To Apply for this Job: *
Send cover letter and resume to Glenda Buckmier at gbuckmier@okcnp.org
 Posted:  8/28/2015

Senior Campaign Manager - Man & Woman of the Year-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
Name of Job: *
Senior Campaign Manager - Man & Woman of the Year
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: *
The Senior Campaign Manager for the Man and Woman of the Year campaign is responsible for the planning, development, implementation and achievement of specific revenue goals. The Sr. Campaign Manager will recruit high level volunteers along with the selection of qualified candidates for the campaign. Candidates will compete through fundraising over a 10 week period for the title of Man and Woman of the Year. Relationship cultivation and team management are key skills that are required for this position. 

Position Qualifications: The Sr. Campaign Manager will be thoroughly committed to the mission of LLS. All candidates should have proven leadership, fundraising, non profit and management experience. Other qualifications include:

•Bachelor’s Degree minimum, with at least 4 – 6 years of nonprofit fundraising and management experience; track record of effectively leading fundraising campaigns; ability to provide specific successful examples of planning, implementation and leading to success particular fundraising efforts.
•Excellence in one on one relationship building, working successfully with volunteer leadership and managing to high performance
•Excellence in logistics with the ability to encourage, manage and develop high performance volunteers; set objectives; develop and achieve strategic goals and meet budget goals
•Strong marketing, public relations, writing and communication skills
•Ability to work across a diversity of stakeholders and cultures; excellent interpersonal and multidisciplinary project skills
•Self motivated; mission-driven 
Position Requirements:
•Develop, implement and manage the Man and Woman of the Year campaign achieving the budgeted revenue
•Develop an active volunteer nominating committee for the campaign
•Develop and steward prospective candidates leading them to success
•Plan, implement, and coordinate all administrative and logistical aspects of the Man and Woman of the Year campaign.
•Oversee the marketing and promotion of the campaign.
•Cultivate key relationships with volunteers, sponsors, candidates and key partnerships
Position Reports to:
Executive Director
To Apply for this Job: *
To Apply for this Job: Interested applicants should submit their resume to Recruiting_TXD@lls.org.

Application Deadline: October 30, 2015
Application Deadline: Friday, October 30, 2015
 Posted:  9/4/2015

Part-Time Event Set-up and Maintenance Assistant-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Oklahoma Hall of Fame
Name of Job: *
Part-Time Event Set-up and Maintenance Assistant
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: *
Events: Assist in the set-up and tear-down of events held on the GPM grounds. Light janitorial duties related to events include:
- Vacuuming and sweeping floors
- Empting of wastebaskets 
- Spot cleaning GPM chairs and tables 
- Cleaning glass surfaces 
- Spot mopping as needed
- Inspect and clean-up parking lot and grounds
Maintenance: Assist in the completion of various maintenance tasks including:
- Light janitorial duties (see above)
- Touch-up of paint
- Patrol grounds for limbs and trash
- Assist in moving of items
- Other duties as need arises
Position Qualifications:
- Must be available to work some nights and weekend shifts (typically 3 – 4 hrs) as needed
- Ability to lift and/or move 50lbs repetitiously
- Ability to frequently ascend and descend stairs
- Ability to kneel, creep, crouch and/or crawl
- General knowledge of hand tools
- General knowledge of space planning
Position Requirements:
- Availability during nights and weekends. 
- Ability to lift 20 pounds. 
- Ability to pass a background check. 
- Valid OK driver's license.
Position Reports to:
Director of Facilities
Hours and Salary:
As needed, with some nights and weekends. Not to exceed 20 hours/week. $12.00/hour
To Apply for this Job: *
Email info@oklahomahof.com for additional information and job application. Once application is complete and reviewed by staff, viable candidates will be contacted for interviews.
Application Deadline: Thursday, October 1, 2015
 Posted:  9/4/2015

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: *
Summary 
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.
Position Qualifications: Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
• Assists in onsite tours as needed which will include selling the Myriad Gardens as a venue for private events including weddings, receptions, corporate events, birthday parties and public events include races and movie showings.
• Plan and manage the implementation of various aspects of coroporate and social events including but not limited to wedding ceremonies, receptions, bridal showers, rehearsal dinners, meetings, birthday parties and fundraisers.
• Assist in managing monthly event calendar.
• Work closely with client to understand wants, needs, personal taste and budget; manage clients expectations.
• Ensure all customers are informed of policies and procedures of facility.
• Work with staff and outside vendors to ensure completion of all logistics; set-up, tear down, food service, security, parking, etc. 
• Updates job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities , reading professional publications, maintaining personal networks, participating in professional organizations 
• Provides timely feedback to to Facilities Operations and Rental Manager and senior staff regarding performance and troubleshooting potential problems.
• Assists in managing all rental related inventory including tables, chairs, linens, audio/visual, etc. and ensuring all remain in good condition 
Position Requirements: Computer Equipment and Software Requirements
• Excellent word processing skills; must have proficient skills with MS Office and MS excel. 
• Experience in use of standard office equipment.

Certificates, Licenses, Registrations 
• Valid Oklahoma Driver’s License.

Skills and Abilities Required
• Experience in Sales or Hospitality Management preferred
• Problem solver with the ability to formulate proactive solutions 
• Experience in meeting planning, catering and/or facility sales environment with a proven ability to meet goals
• Excellent organization skills
• Ability to stay calm under pressure
• Motivation for sales, closing contracts and prospecting
• Must present professional appearance and manner with excellent customer service skills and attitude
• Excellent written and oral communication skills
• Must be able to multi-task, return all emails and phonecalls in a timely manner and work well in a team atmosphere.
• Ability to track detail and follow up to complete projects.
• Ability to determine priorities; be both self-directed and work within a team environment. 
• Must have the flexibility and willingness to work on occasional evenings and weekends when required.

Physical Requirements
• Must be able to sit for extended periods.
• Must be able to bend, stoop and lift on occasions.
• Must be able to climb stairs.
• Must be able to lift and push event equipment, i.e. tables, chairs, audio visual equipment, chair and table carts

Work Environment
The employee will work in both an office and botanical gardens environment. Some locations visited during the course of executing job duties may not be wheelchair accessible; some time may be spent outside in various weather conditions.

The qualificiations, 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 accomodations 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. 
Position Reports to:
Facilities Operations & Rental Manager
Hours and Salary:
Part Time; Occasional Evenings & Weekends, 25-30 hours per week
To Apply for this Job: *
Send a resume and cover letter to: 
Chelsea Wilson, Facilities Operation & Rental Manager, at cwilson@myriadgardens.org or Myriad Gardens Foundation
301 W. Reno
Oklahoma City, OK 73102
 Posted:  9/4/2015

Regional CEO - Oklahoma and Arkansas Region-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
American Red Cross
Name of Job: *
Regional CEO - Oklahoma and Arkansas Region
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * Regional CEO - Oklahoma and Arkansas Region

As one of the nation’s premier humanitarian organizations, the American Red Cross is dedicated to helping people in need throughout the United States and, in association with other Red Cross networks, throughout the world. We depend on the many generous contributions of time, blood, and money from the American public to support our lifesaving services and programs. If you share our passion for helping people, join us in this excellent career opportunity.

We are currently seeking a Regional CEO for our Oklahoma and Arkansas Region, based in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. 

Job Summary

The Regional CEO is responsible for representing the American Red Cross in the community by focusing externally on core mission delivery, fundraising and being the face of the Red Cross for the media, donors and their communities. The CEO oversees Red Cross service delivery, fundraising, and external relations within an assigned region or geographic area. The CEO is also responsible for ensuring that volunteers, youth, and young adults are engaged and retained into the service delivery plans. You will also be accountable for achieving performance targets for the Region, including service delivery, fundraising/revenue, and expense targets. The regions total revenue is at least $7M. The CEO utilizes the support activities of HR, IT, Finance, Communications, and Marketing through a matrix project management system to ensure that all operating units have the necessary resources to execute their community mission. 

Responsibilities:

Along with the Division Fundraising Vice President, the Regional Executive is responsible across The OK/AR Region for achievement of fundraising goals as the chapters’ and/or region’s chief fundraiser. 
• Build strong relationships with key organizations and community leaders. 
• Increase community awareness, participation, and commitment to the Red Cross by being an active community participant and ensuring regular local media communications. 
• Delivery of overall targets/goals of [Region] and for strategic and operational management/oversight of reporting chapter(s). 
• Ensure sound financial management and public accountability for contributions, income, and all Red Cross assets and approve any chapter annual revenue and expense budgets. 
• Responsible for hiring, managing, and evaluating any Executive Director (ED) within the OK/AR Region in collaboration with community boards. 
• Build strong collaboration and consensus environment between all units in the OK/AR Region, including any chapters and provide direction and strategy for improved performance.
• Manage and grow the community resilience programs and work with community partners to ensure that the communities build local capacity to prepare for, prevent, respond, and recover from disasters. 
Position Qualifications: Education: Four year college degree (BS/BA) in Business, Communications, Marketing, Public Relations, Finance or non-profit administration or equivalent experience required. Prefer Master’s degree in the field of community organization, public or business administration or nonprofit management. 

Experience: Minimum 7 years related experience in the profit or not-for-profit sector in business, sales or corporate administration. Proven track record in raising significant financial resources. 

Management Experience: Minimum 5 years experience directing a workforce and program management responsibilities. 

Skills and Abilities: Demonstrated ability to develop effective work teams and build consensus within the organization and community. Demonstrated ability to exercise good and timely judgments in complex situations. Demonstrated ability for strong communication and influencing skills along with public speaking and writing. Demonstrated ability to develop and implement fundraising strategies. 

Travel: As required. May also involve field work. 
Position Reports to:
Division Vice President
To Apply for this Job: *
If this sounds like the kind of opportunity that you've been waiting for, please visit our website at: 

https://www.americanredcross.apply2jobs.com/ProfExt/index.cfm?fuseaction=mExternal.showJob&RID=58461&CurrentPage=1
 Posted:  9/3/2015

Executive Director-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Oklahoma AIDSCare Fund (OACF)
Name of Job: *
Executive Director
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: *
The Executive Director will have operational and strategic oversight for the Oklahoma AIDSCare Fund, staff, developmental programs, fundraising initiatives, program expansion, strategic alliances, grants programs, operations, business plans, and other duties related to Oklahoma AIDSCare Fund.
Position Qualifications:
Applicants should have a bachelor’s degree. He/she should have experience in leadership, project coordination, fundraising, and management. Computer skills should include experience and a working knowledge of Microsoft Office programs, fundraising databases, and Quickbooks or similar programs. Applicants should have marketing, public relations, and outreach experience. Applicants should be persuasive communicators with a passion for the mission of OACF and should be able to communicate with a wide range of stakeholders and organizational partners.
Position Requirements: Leadership & Management
• Engage and organize OACF volunteers, staff, board members, committees, partnering organizations, contributors, and associated entities
• Lead, coach, and develop team members at OACF
• Ensure effective systems to track progress, track programs, track funding, and communicate effectively these findings to the appropriate stakeholders
• Ensure programmatic excellence and evaluate programs
• Recommend timelines and resources needed to achieve organizational goals
• Ensure consistent quality finance and administration
• Lead communication efforts with appropriate parties

Fundraising & Communication
• Ensure active fundraising efforts and activities
• Engage board members and OACF volunteers to assist in fundraising efforts through identification and outreach
• Ensure effective social media presence, print communication, and personal interactive communication to/with appropriate parties
• Ensure active dialogue with extramural entities to achieve the goals of OACF and to discover new opportunities

Financial
• Ensure adequate resources are available for programmatic requirements
• Coordinate appropriate accounting, auditing, training and oversight activities, and ensure these activities are performed regularly
• Regularly apprise the treasurer and finance committee of the financial status of the organization and provide appropriate documents related to financial issues at OACF

Red Tie Night
• Coordinate Red Tie Night committee meetings, resources, and provide manuals
• Attend Red Tie Night committee meetings and remind attendees of the meetings
• Identify potential chairpersons, committee chairs and members, partners, and staff
• Oversee contracting with partner organizations including identification of partners, evaluation of contracts, negotiation of terms, apprise the board of potential contracts, and execution thereof
• Coordinate correspondence efforts including social media, the corporate letter, save the date cards, pledge cards, invitations, and response letters
• Actively reach out to donors and solicit donations
• Follow up on pledges
• Assist with in-kind donations and services and live and silent auction items
• Assist with seating assignments
• Coordinate the volunteer Thank You party
• Oversee the nomination, election, and notification for the Richard May award 
Position Reports to:
Board of Directors
Hours and Salary:
Commensurate with Experience
To Apply for this Job: *
Please send your resume with references and salary requirements to David Chansolme, Chair AIDSCareFund Board of Directors at bugdoc@idcokc.com. No phone calls please
Application Deadline: Wednesday, September 30, 2015
 Posted:  8/27/2015

Staff Associate-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Jewish Federation of Greater OKC
Name of Job: *
Staff Associate
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * The Staff Associate plays an important and pivotal role in the success of the entire office by assisting the other staff members with their jobs. This person is responsible for performing a variety of administrative and professional duties. The work includes ordering office supplies, maintaining storage room, filing, word processing, receiving guests, and answering telephones and e-mails. The Staff Associate is also the person responsible for coordinating social media and updating the website and donor database as well as sending e-blasts. This position also assists with Jewish Federation activities and special projects as assigned. The Staff Associate works under the direct supervision of the Associate Executive Director.

(The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related, or a logical assignment to the position.)

I. General Duties:
A. Monitor front door to ensure office security, cheerily greet guests to the Jewish Federation office, responds to general e-mails sent to Jewish Federation and professionally answer the phone
B. Oversees general office appearance to ensure that it is kept at a professional standard including bulletin board
C. Composes correspondence, and other office documents and prepares needed materials for meetings and class sessions.
D. Processes incoming and outgoing mail in a timely manner, including mass mailings. 
E. Helps set up boardrooms for meetings, as needed
F. Maintains office door codes, keys and fobs
G. Prepare and deliver deposits
H. Maintains office supplies and purchases new supplies as authorized
I. Maintain storage room and supplies, keep organized
J. Maintains a comprehensive filing system to ensure easy accessibility to documents and proper control and security of all files. 
K. Track RSVPs and payments for events, etc.

II. Associate Executive Director – The Staff Associate assists with:
A. Program assistance
B. Social media: Update all social media including Facebook and Twitter
C. Communications: Distribute press releases, website updates, send e-blasts (maintain all email lists)
D. Donor relations: Update and maintain database, tree certificates and honorariums
E. Marketing: Events and outreach assistance

III. CRC/Educators’ Mailings:
Works with Holocaust Director to prepare and send out mailings related to:
A. Jewish Holidays 
B. Educators’ Workshops
C. Holocaust speakers
D. Meeting notices YH Committee
E. Others as assigned

IV. Social Services:
A. Initially screens calls for assistance
B. Confers with CEO or AED regarding case management
C. Makes calls, referrals, recommendations, etc., as part of confidential case management

V. Other Duties as Assigned 
Position Qualifications: Minimum Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
• Excellent computer skills including proficiency with Microsoft Office products, donor management software and social media
• Excellent communication and human relations skills
• Valid Oklahoma driver’s license, automobile insurance covering Oklahoma’s minimum requirements and use of personal vehicle for reimbursed business travel
• Ability to work flexible hours including weekends and evenings 
• Ability and willingness to perform multiple tasks in an efficient and effective manner
• Skills necessary to monitor and reconcile budgets
• Trustworthy and reliable in depositing large amounts of money
• Ability to work with a variety of people from across the state 
• Skills necessary to compose letters, memoranda, and other correspondence
• Ability to maintain confidentiality in all aspects of the position
• Willingness and ability to work independently as well as a member of a team

Preferences
• Bachelor’s Degree in related area
• Experience preparing electronic newsletters 
Position Requirements: Physical Demands
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit and use hands to finger, handle, or feel, such as keyboarding and writing. The employee frequently is required to reach with hands and arms and talk and hear. 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 to perform the responsibilities and functions of the job efficiently. Must be able to speak and communicate clearly. The employee often is required to carry or transport materials from office to car to activity sites and to set up special events including physical arrangements. 

Work Environment 
The employee will work in an office environment. May require some overnight travel. The noise level in the work environment varies from quiet to moderate.

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. 
Position Reports to:
Associate Executive Director
Hours and Salary:
General hours 9:00 am to 5:30 pm but varies. Salary commensurate with experience
To Apply for this Job: *
Email resume and references to jennifer@jfedokc.org or call Jennifer at 405.848.3132
Application Deadline: Friday, September 18, 2015
 Posted:  9/2/2015

Executive Director-Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
108 Contemporary
Name of Job: *
Executive Director
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa
Position Description: *
The Executive Director (ED) is responsible for the daily logistics of 
108|Contemporary Gallery, its Shop and its Programs. The ED is employed and supervised by the 108|Contemporary Board of Directors. The ED leads the budget process and is accountable for the expenditure of the allocated budget. 
Grant writing and involvement in fundraising events are expected with a focus on securing corporate and major donor funds. The Executive Director must have strong leadership and communication skills and a background in visual fine arts.
Position Qualifications: The ED will be thoroughly committed to 108|Contemporary, its Board and its Mission. All candidates should have proven leadership, non-profit and management experience; preferably a visual arts background.
Concrete demonstrable experience and other qualifications include:

• Bachelor’s Degree minimum, Masters Degree preferred, with at least 2 years of nonprofit management experience; track record of effectively leading outcomes-based organization and staff; ability to point to specific examples of having developed and implemented strategies that have taken an organization to the next stage of growth

• Excellence in logistics with the ability to encourage, manage, and develop high-performance staff and volunteers; set and achieve strategic objectives; manage a budget 

• Grant Writing research and development success 

• Strong marketing, public relations, and fundraising experience with the ability to engage a wide range of stakeholders and cultures

• Success in working with a board of directors and the ability to cultivate existing board member relationships; ability to work effectively in collaboration with diverse groups of people

• Strong written and verbal communication skills; a persuasive and passionate communicator with excellent interpersonal and multidisciplinary project skills.

• Passion, integrity, mission-driven, and self-directed

• Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Power Point), and various social media platforms 
Position Requirements: Manage the budget, file legal reports, monitor cash flow, and acquire and maintain revenue streams. 

Research and write grants. 
Develop productive relationships with loyal volunteers, individual donors, foundations, collectors, and other potential sources of support. 

Curate exhibitions and shop inventory as needed.

Plan, implement, and coordinate all administrative aspects of the
108|Contemporary gallery, shop and programs including: purchasing, record keeping, accounting, staffing and gallery upkeep.

Manage the on-time, on-budget opening of each new gallery exhibition,
workshop, and educational programs; oversee the installation, publicity, and events that surround all programming. 

Be a passionate advocate for 108|Contemporary. 
Work with organizations within the Brady Arts District to take part in community events, seasonal festivals. Cultivate key relationships and partnerships with other public and private arts communities in Tulsa and throughout Oklahoma. 
Position Reports to:
Executive Committee
Hours and Salary:
Full time, salary commensurate with experience
To Apply for this Job: *
Interested applicants should submit their resume to employment@108contemporary.org.
Application Deadline: Thursday, October 15, 2015
 Posted:  9/1/2015

Office Coordinator-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Upward Transitions
Name of Job: *
Office Coordinator
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: *
The Office Coordinator is the front line administrative person for Upward Transitions. As the first point of contact, the Office Coordinator conveys the image of Upward Transitions to the public and is essential to maintaining a professional image in the community. The Office Coordinator also provides administrative support to all staff, and reports to Community Outreach Program Director.
Position Qualifications:
This positions requires:
High School Diploma or Equivalent
3 years clerical experience
Microsoft Office Word, Excel and Outlook experience 
Ability to be culturally sensitive to diverse client populations
Ability to work harmoniously with applicants, the general public and other employees
Ability to multi-task in a fast paced environment
Position Requirements: Greet clients and guests, and arranges for coverage for the reception area during breaks and absences.
Answer incoming telephone calls and forward or refer callers to appropriate staff or other agencies.
Update forms and resources for both public and internal use.
Sort and distribute incoming and outgoing mail in a timely manner.
Create and maintain confidential client records and files
Stock supplies and resources at front desk, lobby, and intake rooms.
Use automated computer systems to access, enter, and edit client information.
Maintain receipt log for incoming funds.
Assist the Program Managers and Case Managers with data entry in to the Service Point and Apricot systems software programs.
Track program service statistics and outcomes utilizing Microsoft Excel.
Ensure that public areas of the office are kept clean and organized.
Perform other duties as assigned. 
Position Reports to:
Community Outreach Program Director
Hours and Salary:
M-F, 8am-4:30pm with occassional evening and weekend
To Apply for this Job: *
Send resume with three references and salary requirements to: ppulliam@upwardtransitions.org. Only qualified candidates will be contacted. No telephone calls will be accepted.
Application Deadline: Friday, September 11, 2015
 Posted:  9/1/2015

Associate Planned Giving Director-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
The Salvation Army
Name of Job: *
Associate Planned Giving Director
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * Put your fundraising development, planned giving, sales, financial advising, relationship building skills, and love of community involvement to work for one of the best charitable organizations in the world! 

The Salvation Army has an outstanding career opportunity in the Oklahoma City area for a Planned Giving professional to expand their skills and grow with one of the oldest and most successful programs in the United States. We have a tremendous training program for the right person to learn this exciting field.

This position will cultivate and secure gifts to fund the Mission of The Salvation Army by aggressively developing and nurturing current and prospective donors and their professional advisors in the assigned geographic region and will respond to inquiries and communicate with donors, prospects, advisory organization members, Salvation Army staff and Officers. Day and overnight travel is required up to 80% of the time (50% overnight), primarily within the assigned region of Northeast Oklahoma and Northwest Arkansas. 
Position Requirements: The successful candidate must meet the following minimum requirements:

• Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university 
• Ability to acquire a working knowledge of a large body of new, technical information.
• Excellent communication skills, including public presentations
• Track record of achieving both activity and financial goals
• Experience developing relationships with the expressed purpose of causing a prescribed action outcome. (outside sales experience)
• Experience working with seniors

Additional Comments:
All employees recognize that 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.

We offer a competitive salary and benefits package. 

To apply, please send a cover letter, salary requirements and resume to:

Search2@carrassessment.com

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or veteran status.

Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer 
Position Reports to:
Divisional Director of Planned Giving
To Apply for this Job: *
Send Resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to:
Search2@carrassessment.com
Application Deadline: Wednesday, September 30, 2015
 Posted:  9/1/2015

Education Associate-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center
Name of Job: *
Education Associate
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * Position Summary

Responsible for overseeing the administrative needs of the education department while embracing the mission of Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center through actions, deeds and outcomes. 

Essential Job Functions
• Create and maintain enrollment databases
• Update education section of Oklahoma Contemporary’s website
• Update and maintain education calendars on multiple platforms
• Produce and distribute correspondence to parents, students, instructors and general public
• Create social media posts and promotional materials for education as needed
• Prepare and track paperwork for enrollment, grants, contracts, check requests, evaluations, scholarships, gift certificates and others as needed
• Be an active member of the education team, offering support to all of its functions 
• Other duties as assigned by the Director of Education and Public Programs 
Position Qualifications: Essential Job Requirements
• Undergraduate degree
• A minimum of two years’ experience in communication or administration 
• Must have strong proficiency in Excel as well as a general knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite 
• Ability to learn other software including Greater Giving, Donor Perfect, various web-based platforms and Adobe Creative Suite
• Excellent organizational, communication (written and verbal) and interpersonal skills
• Must be able to take direction, work independently and take initiative when necessary
• Ability to multi-task and prioritize multiple projects, often with shifting priorities

Limitations and Disclaimer
The above job description is meant to describe the general nature and level of work being performed; it is not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required for the position. 
Position Requirements:
Other requirements and working conditions
• Use of a car required; legally registered and insured for daily use
• Use of a computer/monitor, telephone and copier daily
• Willingness to work occasional evenings and weekends when required and agreed upon
• Team environment with frequent group meeting participation
• Physical requirements: Lifting/carrying - heavy work may include routine lifting of a maximum weight of 50 lbs. Combination of sitting, standing, walking and driving on a frequent basis
Position Reports to:
Director of Education and Public Programming
Hours and Salary:
Full-Time Salaried Position
To Apply for this Job: *
Send resume and cover letter to: eoldfield@okcontemp.org No phone calls please.
Application Deadline: Friday, September 18, 2015
 Posted:  9/1/2015

Grants Manager, Data and Reporting-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Oklahoma Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust
Name of Job: *
Grants Manager, Data and Reporting
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: *

The Oklahoma Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust (TSET) is a grant making state agency which serves as a partner and bridge builder for organizations working towards shaping a healthier future for all Oklahomans. TSET provides leadership at the intersections of health by working with coalitions and initiatives across the state, by cultivating innovative and life-changing research, and by working across public and private sectors to develop, support, implement and evaluate innovative, high-impact strategies to improve the public's health.

POSITION SUMMARY

The Grants Manager, Data and Reporting assists the TSET Director of Grants Management with all components of the grant making process: grants development, processing, and implementation, and monitoring of grant programs to assure regulatory compliance and progress toward objectives. In addition, the position will serve as the lead in the development and customization of a grants management database, contact management system and/or other tools designed for use in streamlining and expediting all grants related processes. The Grants Manager, Data and Reporting will serve as the primary internal agency contact for creation and distribution of reports for use in analyzing grant processes, expenditures, services to specific populations or areas of the state and any other data requested by the TSET Director of Grants Management. The Grants Manager, Data and Reporting will become the subject matter expert in use and management of the grants management system or systems used by the agency to conduct business and will work with the vendor to customize the system to meet TSET’s specific requirements and needs and will assist in the business support of additional agency specific applications. This position will also be tasked with researching problems with agency specific applications and troubleshooting to identify solutions, to include making recommendations to the Director of Grants Management and the Executive Director. The Grants Manager, Data and Reporting will coordinate interaction with vendors to facilitate training, research application errors and fixes and ensure optimal systems specific function. The position will also work to improve overall usage of specific applications/systems to ensure and support exemplary customer service delivery through use of technology.

The Grants Manager, Data and Reporting works with the TSET Director of Grants Management to facilitate quality service delivery to grantees through the application of sound grants management planning, implementation, budgeting, monitoring, closeout and evaluation. In addition, the Grants Manager, Data and Reporting is responsible for working with the entire TSET Team to cultivate and sustain positive relationships with all grantees and partners.

Working for and with the TSET Director of Grants Management, the Grants Manager, Data and Reporting Grant Manager assists with tasks related to solicitations and proposal management including the preparation of grant application guidance and requests for proposals, receiving proposals, facilitating grant review processes, and preparing recommendations for the board. The Grants Manger, Data and Reporting assists the TSET Director of Grants Management and other staff in monitoring of grants and contracts  for initiatives approved by the Board for funding. 

The Grants Manager, Data and Reporting works under the guidance and supervision of the TSET Director of Grants Management, who evaluates job performance. Working with the Director of Grants Management, the position is designed to enhance the agency’s long-range planning, strategy implementation and communications efforts with knowledge of grantees, agency history, pertinent practices, policies, procedures and regulations.




GOALS AND WORKER ACTIVITIES

·         Serves as the lead in developing, customizing, and implementing a grants management grants management database, contact management system and/or other tools designed for use in streamlining and expediting all grants related processes.

·         Assures that the grants database follows the agency’s work processes while balancing the needs of program and financial staff as well as regulatory compliance;

·         Ensures integrity of data, and evaluates processes and makes strategic recommendations for improvements.

·         Serves as the lead in use of the grants database to facilitate accurate and timely grant reporting and forwards notices requesting submission of all required information and reports.

·         Assists in monitoring agency grants management operations to ensure overall quality service delivery and timeliness of all aspects of grants administration across grant categories.

·         Stays abreast of all rules, including caps, allowable and prohibited expenses as related to TSET grants budgets and works in concert with TSET Program Officers to ensure adherence to those rules.

·         Assists TSET Director of Grants Management in working with other state, federal, and local public and private organizations to identify qualified professionals to serve on external expert review committees and provides staff support to facilitate the external review of proposals, as appropriate.

·         Completes technical reviews for some or all grant applications in concert with the TSET Director of Grants Management.

·         Works with TSET Director of Grants Management to prepare materials for Board and committee meetings.

·         Supports the TSET Director of Grants Management in facilitation of the grant contract awards process, to include delivery of contracts via the grants database and monitoring the required return and full execution of grant contracts.

·         Facilitates grant award payments by requesting additional information necessary to approve payments.

·         Works with the TSET Director of Grants Management and other staff to coordinate preparation and completion of all grant related paperwork necessary to request contracts and/or purchase orders.

·         Provides assistance as necessary to organize and execute grant applicant workshops and trainings.

·         Serves as a key member of the TSET Grants Management Team for all things related to routine agency operations.

·         Other duties as identified and assigned by the TSET Director of Grants Management.

Position Qualifications:

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE

The Grants Manager must have a combination of education and experience necessary to fulfill the responsibilities and expectations contained in the job description.  Preference may be given to candidates with experience in a private grant making organization or state grant making. At a minimum, a candidate for the Grants Manager position must have a degree from an accredited university with at least three years of demonstrated experience in grant program implementation and monitoring and significant knowledge of the grant making cycle as well as demonstrated expertise in use of grants management software. This position requires a detail-oriented self-starter with superb follow through. Travel in and out of state to attend trainings, site visits, applicant workshops etc… on an occasional/as-needed basis may be required as part of performing essential duties satisfactorily.                                                          


KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS & ABILITIES

·         Demonstrated understanding of current grant making standards, practices and methods, as well as an understanding of the routine management and operations of a grants database and contact management system.

·         Demonstrated understanding of and experience with grants management software applications testing and implementation

·         Knowledge of and experience in philanthropy, the nonprofit sector, and foundation and state agency grant making and operations.

·         Basic understanding of the agency’s program areas and mission.

·         Demonstrated experience in implementing grant policies and procedures.

·         Knowledge and application of best practices in grant making.

·         Analytical capabilities with accounting procedures and processes for structuring grant related projects.

·         Ability to communicate technical, budgetary and program details to staff, grantees and applicants, orally and in writing.

·         Ability to implement effective workflow processes and procedures.

·         Proficiency in Microsoft Windows or XP and Microsoft Office products.

·         Ability to work in a project management system.

·         Knowledge of Socrata and/or other representational mapping software preferred.

·         Knowledge of GovDelivery preferred.

·         Knowledge of how grants management databases are used to streamline and support all grant related processes in grant making agencies/organizations.

·         Ability to foster an atmosphere which recognizes and respects cultural and individual differences.

·         Ability to work as a member of a team as well as independently.

·         Ability to analyze grant processes and participate in efforts to streamline them through use of technology and innovative approaches.

Hours and Salary: SALARY RANGE: $55,000 - $65,000
To Apply for this Job: *

Please email resumes with a cover letter to:

Denice Yardley

denicey@tset.ok.gov

Oklahoma Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust

3800 N. Classen Blvd., Suite 200

Oklahoma City, OK  73118

Electronic resumes MUST be received by 4:30 pm on closing date.

Application Deadline: Closing Date:  Friday, September 11, 2015

Grants Manager-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Oklahoma Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust
Name of Job: *
Grants Manager
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: *

The Oklahoma Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust (TSET) is a grant making state agency which serves as a partner and bridge builder for organizations working towards shaping a healthier future for all Oklahomans. TSET provides leadership at the intersections of health by working with coalitions and initiatives across the state, by cultivating innovative and life-changing research, and by working across public and private sectors to develop, support, implement and evaluate innovative, high-impact strategies to improve the public's health.

POSITION SUMMARY

The Grants Manager assists the TSET Director of Grants Management with all components of the grant making process: grants development, processing, and implementation, and monitoring of grant programs to assure regulatory compliance and progress toward objectives. The Grants Manager works with the TSET Director of Grants Management to facilitate quality service delivery to grantees through the application of sound grants management planning, implementation, budgeting, monitoring, closeout and evaluation. In addition, the Grants Manager is responsible for working with the entire TSET Team to cultivate and sustain positive relationships with all grantees and partners.

Working for and with the TSET Director of Grants Management, the Grants Manager assists with tasks related to solicitations and proposal management including the preparation of grant application guidance and requests for proposals, receiving proposals, facilitating grant review processes, and preparing recommendations for the board. The Grants Manager assists the TSET Director of Grants Management in monitoring of grants and contracts for initiatives approved by the Board for funding. 

The Grants Manager works under the guidance and supervision of the TSET Director of Grants Management, who evaluates job performance. Working with the Director of Grants Management, the Grants Manager enhances the agency’s long-range planning, strategy implementation and communications efforts with knowledge of grantees, agency history, pertinent practices, policies, procedures and regulations.


GOALS AND WORKER ACTIVITIES

·         Works with TSET Director of Grants Management to implement and maintain a grants management database that follows agency’s work processes while balancing the needs of program and accounting staff and regulatory compliance; ensures integrity of data.

·         Assists in monitoring agency grants management operations to ensure overall quality service delivery and timeliness of all aspects of grants administration across grant categories.

·         Stays abreast of all rules, including caps, allowable and prohibited expenses as related to TSET grants budgets and works in concert with TSET Program Officers to ensure adherence to those rules.

·         Assists TSET Director of Grants Management in working with other state, federal, and local public and private organizations to identify qualified professionals to serve on external expert review committees and provides staff support to facilitate the external review of proposals, as appropriate.

·         Completes technical reviews for grant applications in concert with the TSET Director of Grants Management.

·         Works with TSET Director of Grants Management to prepare materials for Board and committee meetings.

·         Supports the TSET Director of Grants Management in facilitation of the grant contract awards process, to include delivery of contracts via the grants database and monitoring the required return and full execution of grant contracts.

·         Facilitates grant award payments by requesting additional information necessary to approve payments.

·         Uses the grants database to facilitate accurate and timely grant reporting and forwards notices requesting submission of all required information and reports.

·         Works with the TSET Director of Grants Management and other staff to coordinate preparation and completion of all grant related paperwork necessary to request purchase orders.

·         Provides assistance as necessary to organize and execute grant applicant workshops and trainings.

·         Serves as a key member of the TSET Grants Management Team for all things related to routine agency operations.

·         Other duties as identified and assigned by the TSET Director of Grants Management.

Position Qualifications:

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE

The Grants Manager must have a combination of education and experience necessary to fulfill the responsibilities and expectations contained in the job description.  Preference may be given to candidates with experience in a private grant making organization. At a minimum, a candidate for the Grants Manager position must have a degree from an accredited university with at least three years of demonstrated experience in grants administration and monitoring and significant knowledge of the grant making cycle. Travel in and out of state to attend trainings, site visits, applicant workshops etc… on an occasional/as-needed basis may be required as part of performing essential duties satisfactorily.

KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS & ABILITIES

·         Demonstrated understanding of current grant making standards, practices and methods.

·         Demonstrated ability to work in a grants management database and contact management system, as well as assisting with customization of the database and preparation of reports. .

·         Knowledge of and experience in philanthropy, the nonprofit sector, and foundation and state agency grant making and operations.

·         Basic understanding of the agency’s program areas and mission.

·         Demonstrated experience in implementing grant policies and procedures.

·         Knowledge and application of best practices in grant making.

·         Analytical capabilities with accounting procedures and processes for structuring grant related projects.

·         Ability to communicate technical, budgetary and program details to staff, grantees and applicants, orally and in writing.

·         Ability to implement effective workflow processes and procedures.

·         Proficiency in Microsoft Windows or XP and Microsoft Office products.

·         Ability to work in a project management system.

·         Ability to foster an atmosphere which recognizes and respects cultural and individual differences

·         Ability to work as a member of a team as well as independently.

·         Ability to analyze grant processes and participate in efforts to streamline them through use of technology and innovative approaches.

Hours and Salary:
SALARY RANGE: $55,000 to 65,000
To Apply for this Job: *

Please email resumes with a cover letter to:

Dianne McGarry

diannem@tset.ok.gov

Oklahoma Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust

3800 N. Classen Blvd., Suite 200

Oklahoma City, OK  73118

Electronic resumes MUST be received by 4:30 pm on closing date.

Application Deadline: Closing Date:  Friday, September 11, 2015

Contracting and Acquisitions Officer-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Oklahoma Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust
Name of Job: *

Contracting and Acquisitions Officer

What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: *

The Oklahoma Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust (TSET) is a grantmaking state agency which serves as a partner and bridge builder for organizations working towards shaping a healthier future for all Oklahomans. TSET provides leadership at the intersections of health by working with coalitions and initiatives across the state, by cultivating innovative and life-changing research, and by working across public and private sectors to develop, support, implement and evaluate innovative, high-impact strategies to improve the public's health.

Position Summary

Under the direction of the Executive Director, or designee, the Contracting and Acquisitions Administrator will be responsible for working with staff in grants management, programs, communications and administration, as needed,  to develop all agency funding solicitations, contracts, amendments, purchase orders, change orders, and related purchasing documents. 
Position Qualifications:

Essential Job Duties

·         Directs and coordinates acquisition activities for the agency; develops contract specifications, solicitation specifications.

·         Provides direction to staff involved in planning and coordinating acquisition services.

·         Researches and interprets applicable federal and state laws, regulations, rules, and policies; provides interpretation of policy and procedures to staff and outside entities.

·         Develops and enforces agency policies to ensure compliance consistent with various federal and state requirements.

·         Oversees problem resolution related to contracts and acquisitions involving grantees, contractors, or other vendors, reviews facts; recommends appropriate solutions.

·         Acts as liaison to the Central Purchasing Division of the OMES, as needed.

·         Prepares budgets and necessary reports and maintains records for the area of responsibility; develops immediate and long range contracting and acquisition plans for inclusion in the agency’s financial plan.

·         Participates in top level leadership meetings concerning policies and procedures; recommends changes in standards and specifications.

·         Represents the agency at public and private sector meetings to explain the functions, procedures and legal guidelines concerning agency agreements and purchases.





Education & Experience

·         Bachelor’s degree in business administration or related field

AND

·         Five years of experience in business or office management, including four years in purchasing, acquisition or supply;

OR

·         An equivalent combination of education and experience, substituting one year of technical experience in purchasing or in writing and/or reviewing purchase requisitions, contract and RFP specifications for each year of the required education

Preferred:  CPO certification 

Knowledge / Skills & Abilities

·         Proficient in Oklahoma Office of Management and Enterprise Services procurement processes, software and systems.

·         Proficient in oral and written communication.  This includes the ability to prepare reports that provide procurement information as well as a narrative analysis of the information provided in a professional manner that may be understood by the general public.

·         Ability to work as part of a team.  TSET staff work with numerous state, national, and local organizations on a day-to-day basis to accomplish the mission of the agency.

·         A high regard for ethical and transparent business practices is essential.

·         Knowledge of rules and regulations pertaining to State of Oklahoma agency procurement practices.

·         Ability to learn and follow TSET-related constitutional and statutory requirements, and board policy related to governance, procurement, reporting requirements, and related issues.

·         Ability to analyze complex situations and proactively develop appropriate recommendations to improve efficiencies related to procurement processes.

·         Ability to offer guidance on reducing burden, and creating contracting instruments that will serve to advance the agency’s mission.

·         Ability to evaluate processes and make strategic recommendations for improvements

·         Experience or knowledge of philanthropic grant making and contracting practices is preferred.


Hours and Salary:

Starting Salary Range

$55,000 - $65,000/annually based on qualifications and experience

To Apply for this Job: *

Please email resumes with a cover letter to:

Dorothy Antwine

dorothya@tset.ok.gov

Oklahoma Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust

3800 N. Classen Blvd., Suite 200

Oklahoma City, OK  73118

Electronic resumes MUST be received by 4:30 pm on closing date.

Application Deadline:

Closing Date:  Friday, September 11, 2015

Head of Communications/Marketing-OKC

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Name of Job:
HEAD OF COMMUNICATIONS/MARKETING
In what city will this job be located?
Oklahoma City
Position Description: *

Our client, a market-leading organization recognized for superior customer service and workplace excellence, is seeking a Head of Communications/Marketing to join its growing team. Responsible for the overall management of the department, s/he will develop and implement strategic and operational marketing and communications plans, programs, and campaigns that drive demand. 

A versatile communications and marketing professional, compelling story-teller and strong proponent of marketing research to gather and synthesize information, the successful candidate will turn that information into actionable strategies, effective messaging, compelling content and appealing collateral – ensuring campaigns and programs are aimed at reaching targets and objectives. S/he will manage brand delivery and consistency across a variety of media and marketing channels, including social media and digital marketing.

The successful candidate will think like a marketer, determine and oversee the use of outside resources, manage a significant budget, and drive continuous process improvements. S/he will work in partnership across the entire organization and ensure that integrated marketing communications strategies and efforts positively impact customers’ and employees’ understanding, engagement, and commitment – with the result of an even stronger company connection, demand generation, efficiencies, and return on investment.


Position Qualifications:

Qualifications include: 

  • 8+ years’ relevant professional experience that includes successful in-house and agency tenure, upward career progression, and a track record of creation, hands-on implementation and delivery of effective communications and marketing strategies, plans, programs and campaigns that drive business growth and performance. 
  • Experience with and understanding of social media platforms, web and graphic design, as well as successful digital and traditional marketing/advertising/public relations. 
  • Superb oral and written communications skills, including writing, editing, layout and design, coupled with relevant software (Photoshop, InDesign, CMS, etc.) knowledge that positively engage and influence a wide range of constituencies to achieve the right results. 
  • Commitment to and knowledge of effective processes, procedures and project management skills that deliver quality content and outcomes under tight deadlines. 
  • Bachelor’s degree in Communications, Marketing, Public Relations, Advertising, Business Administration or related. 
Position Requirements:
Working Environment: The employee will work in an office environment. Some travel required. Must be able and willing to travel independently. A valid driver’s license and reliable transportation required. Physical requirements: Requires some lifting, reaching, bending, and lengthy periods of sitting.
 Hours and Salary:  Salary and benefits commensurate with experience
 To Apply for this Job: Please submit cover letter and resume in strictest confidence to:

Joy Reed Belt & Associates, Inc.
P.O. Box 54410
Oklahoma City, OK 73154
Email: executiverecruiter@joyreedbelt.com
Application Deadline:
Wednesday, September 30, 2015
Posted:
8/31/2015

Extended Learning Coordinator-Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Camp Fire Green Country
Name of Job: *
Extended Learning Coordinator
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa
Position Description: * The Extended Learning Coordinator is responsible for building the capacity and assuring the effectiveness of Camp Fire extended learning opportunities to youth, in partnership with schools and other community agencies. Responsibilities include recruiting, training, serving, and retaining youth, families, and volunteers. In addition to facilitating after-school clubs, the coordinator is responsible for developing curriculum, training staff and community partners, and establishing extended learning opportunities beyond the traditional classroom and after-school structures. 
Position Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s degree in human service field, social sciences, recreation/leisure studies, communication, or education preferred
• Two years’ experience in youth development, youth programs, and some camp/outdoor programming preferred
• Knowledge of local youth development systems, community services, and general culture of northeastern Oklahoma
• Computer proficiency including Microsoft Office Suite
Position Requirements:
• Demonstrated competence interacting with diverse groups of youth
• Ability to communicate effectively in writing and speaking; high degree of comfort with public speaking
• Committed to working as part of a team
• Willingness to try new ideas and methods; Demonstrated flexibility 
• Possesses constructive conflict resolution skills
• Ability to work in excess of 40 hours per week, some evenings and weekends; available for occasional overnight travel
Position Reports to:
Program Director
Hours and Salary:
On File
To Apply for this Job: *
Email your résumé and cover letter to the attention of Deric Williams at jobs@tulsacampfire.org.
Application Deadline: Friday, September 18, 2015
 Posted:  8/28/2015

Full Time Therapist-Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Resonance Center for Women
Name of Job: *
Full Time Therapist
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa
Position Description: *
FULL TIME THERAPIST
LCSW or LADC, may be under supervision, for female gender-specific substance abuse treatment agency. Great work environment and benefits. Fax resume to 918-587-3891, or email to resonance@resonancetulsa.org
To Apply for this Job: *
Fax resume to 918-587-3891, or email to resonance@resonancetulsa.org
 Posted:  8/28/2015

Director of Development-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Oklahoma City University
Name of Job: *
Director of Development
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City, OK
Position Description: * Position Summary: The Director of Development will manage a portfolio of approximately 200 prospects, including the qualification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of gifts ranging from $25,000 to $100,000. He/she is responsible for meeting key metrics including dollars raised and number of meaningful personal contacts while building and advancing strong relationships with the University for current and prospective donors.
The individual in this position is expected to embrace key values of the university’s development program—passion for OCU, partnership with donors, perpetual support for OCU and a people-centered approach—and demonstrate support for them through professional interactions and activities.

Education/Experience: 
A bachelor’s degree is required. Preferred areas of study include humanities, social sciences, communications, marketing and business related disciplines. 
Successful candidate should have at least five (5) years of progressive and direct experience in fundraising in a higher education environment or a comparable charitable organization, as well as demonstrated success in major gifts fundraising. 
A suitable combination of education and experience may be substituted for minimum qualifications.

Essential Functions:
• Demonstrate an attitude and behavior that reflects the values and mission of the department and University. 
• Identify, qualify, cultivate, and solicit gifts of $25K-$100K or higher by matching donors’ philanthropic interests with needs of the University.
• Facilitate a required minimum of 200 OCU-oriented, substantial, face-to-face visits (an average of 5 visits a week) for 40 of the 52 weeks in the fiscal year.
• Achieve annual fundraising goal: 25 new commitments at $25K or greater, for a total of $625K in new gifts and pledges for the fiscal year.
• Manage a portfolio of approximately 200 donors/prospective donors; identify, qualify, cultivate, solicit, and steward these important alumni and friends of the University.
• Set and carry out an appropriate and effective strategy for each prospect.
• Work collaboratively with volunteers, other members of the University Advancement team, and other University representatives to cultivate and solicit donors for the University’s priorities.
• Assess the needs and interests of major donors in order to develop and maintain relationships between them and the University.
• Utilize Raiser’s Edge without fail to document contacts with donors and prospective donors.

Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:
• Possesses background of experience that has enhanced applicant’s communication, management, and fundraising-related skills.
• Energetic, and a team player who has a desire to assist people in accomplishing their philanthropic goals. 
• Self-motivated and self-starting.
• Possesses excellent oral, written, and interpersonal skills.
• Committed to the highest standards of personal and professional integrity.
• Willing to work evenings and weekends as needed to accomplish job responsibilities.
• Advanced understanding of major gift development methods, procedures, and practices.
• Familiarity with the Donor Bill of Rights and is donor-centered and professional in interactions with prospects. 
• Ability to handle confidential matters with discretion.

Physical Requirements:
• Manual/finger dexterity enough to operate a computer keyboard and other office machines. 
• Near vision enough to read written communications and computer display screens. 
• Adequate hearing to communicate effectively in person and by phone. 
• Must use computer keyboard at least seven hours per day.

Working Conditions:
• Work is primarily indoors, but at times may be required to be in an outdoor environment when traveling between campus buildings or off campus. 
• Will be exposed to frequent noise caused by telephones and office machines.
• Standard office hours are 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday; some overtime may be required. 
• Off-campus, state and regional travel may be required. 

OCU’s salary compensation structure can be found at:http://www2.okcu.edu/hr/forms/paygrade.pdf 
To Apply for this Job: *
 Posted:  8/28/2015

Business Development Administrator-Durant

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
REI Oklahoma (Rural Enterprises of Oklahoma)
Name of Job: *
Business Development Administrator
What city will this job be located in? *
Durant
Position Description: * REI Oklahoma, a Statewide Economic Development Firm, has a rich history in creating valuable programs to further the economic prosperity of Oklahomans. To further support and complement our current program offerings, we are searching for a Business Development Administrator in our Durant office. If you have experience exploring funding and business venture opportunities, we want to hear from you.

Position Summary
A summary of the Business Development Administrator duties include:
-Directly assist the Business Development Director as needed, with administrative/support duties, and the planning, monitoring and coordination of Division Programs.
-Responsible for the supervision of the Business Development Assistant.
-Identify and research potential programs by interacting with potential partners to discover opportunities.
-Provide data analysis and forecasting of programs to support management and strategic planning within the division.
-Establish and maintain tracking and measurement systems.

Responsibilities 
As a non-profit economic development organization, the Business Development Administrator will collaborate with partnering agencies for direct and indirect support to better deliver its services statewide. The Business Development Administrator will discover and prepare funding proposals, including, but not limited to, federal, state, and private foundations as they relate to the Business Development Division. 
Position Qualifications:
We are looking for an action-oriented, motivated self-starter who is very good with people. Strong communication skills, including writing skills – are essential
Position Requirements:
Bachelor’s Degree preferred and/or two (2) or more years’ experience in a related position.
Position Reports to:
Business Development Director
Hours and Salary:
FT 8am - 5pm Monday - Friday
To Apply for this Job: *
Please e-mail resume to lstern@reiok.org
Application Deadline: Thursday, September 10, 2015
 Posted:  8/28/2015

Director of Visual Arts and Capitol Collections-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Oklahoma Arts Council
Name of Job: *
Director of Visual Arts and Capitol Collections
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * The Oklahoma Arts Council seeks an experienced art museum professional for the dual role of managing the Oklahoma State Capitol Art Collection and the Oklahoma State Art Collection. 

The State Art Collection is comprised of diverse objects encompassing 200 works of art in a vast array of media including basketry, sculpture, metal relief, painting, printmaking, ceramics, fiber and mixed media which are exhibited in a 4,400 sq. ft. museum-gallery space in the Capitol. The Capitol Art Collection is comprised of more than 200 works of art in the public areas of the Oklahoma State Capitol, including bronze sculptures and monumental paintings. This position also manages state-owned works of art at the Governor’s Mansion.

With the current renovation of the Capitol, the candidate will work closely with the Capitol renovation team to ensure the safekeeping of the state’s artwork during the construction project. 

This position will also manage activities of the Council in the area of visual arts including: providing technical assistance to agency staff, responding to public inquiries, and assisting visual arts organizations throughout the state. 

Under the general supervision of the executive director, this position is responsible for the documentation and administrative oversight of the collections; creating and maintaining documentation on donations, transfers, loans, deaccessions and other activities associated with the collections. This position manages the collection databases, safeguards collection records, establishes input standards and nomenclature information, develops and implements the collection’s preventative conservation practices, facilities loan programs, and works closely with the Council’s Curator of Education. The candidate will be an ex-officio member of the State Art Collection Committee. S/he is also responsible for working with the State Art Collection Committee to identify potential donations for the collection. The candidate also serves as agency representative for visual arts activities as designated by executive director. 
Position Qualifications: A well-qualified candidate will have a bachelor’s degree in museum studies, art history, arts administration, public art or an arts related field with a minimum of 5 years collections management or registrarial experience. A master’s degree with specialization in an arts related field preferred. Knowledge of museum procedures and records management of collection, donation documentation procedures, legal policies and ethical standards, and significant curatorial experience required. High-level project management experience a must. Skilled with standard electronic collections management systems (i.e. Past Perfect, FileMaker Pro or comparable system) and computer software programs such as Microsoft Suite. Basic knowledge of conservation techniques is essential. Skilled in organizing work and managing time with ability to complete tasks requiring accuracy and attention to detail and to work independently and as a member of a team. Ability to lift 40 pounds. 
Position Requirements:
A working knowledge of registrarial responsibilities and collections management practices, including collections’ database management, is essential. The collections care and management includes, but is not limited to: inventory, assessment, condition reports; conservation, policy review, proposals and recommendations; loans; documentation; risk management; copyright agreements; rights and reproductions; and other tasks as needed. There may be some day and/or overnight travel. Must be able to lift 40 lbs.
Position Reports to:
Executive Director
Hours and Salary:
M-F; 8:30 am - 5:00 pm; Up to $50,000
To Apply for this Job: *
Position is open until filled.

Submit cover letter and resume to:

Amber Sharples
Executive Director
Oklahoma Arts Council
PO Box 52001-2001
Oklahoma City, OK 73152-2001

or e-mail to:
connie.taylor@arts.ok.gov

No phone calls please.

The Oklahoma Arts Council is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
 Posted:  8/27/2015

Director of Art in Public Places-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Oklahoma Arts Council
Name of Job: *
Director of Art in Public Places
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * The Oklahoma Arts Council is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Director of Art in Public Places. This position is responsible for managing all aspects of the State of Oklahoma’s 1.5% for Public Art Program. The Oklahoma Arts Council is responsible for managing the administrative aspects related to the selection and placement of artwork in state facilities. Incumbent works with other state government representatives to develop calls for artists/qualifications that lead to the selection of public art to be included in capital projects. 
Duties include the development of policy and procedures related to the acquisition and placement of public art work; managing projects from the initial point of contact to the final installation of the project; creating and implementing processes for commissioning of public art; administering memorandum of understandings and/or contracts; serving as the liaison between the Oklahoma Arts Council, oversight committee, community groups and committees, artists, clients, architects, contractors, other regulatory officials and the public; conducting outreach; providing technical assistance; coordinating the work of consultants; developing and maintaining a collection management system; coordinating educational resources in conjunction with Council’s Curator of Education; and monitoring the Art in Public Places budget. The Director of Art in Public Places performs professional level project management duties within the state’s program, requiring knowledge of the legislation, rules and regulations, and state laws. 
Position Qualifications: A well-qualified candidate will have a bachelor's degree in visual arts, museum studies, art history, architecture, urban design or other arts-related field from a four year college or university and a minimum of five years experience in administrative staff or professional work, two of which should include work with collections care and/or a public art program. A master’s degree with specialization preferred. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be accepted. Knowledge of best practices in public art, records management, legal policies, ethical standards and budget management required. High-level project management experience a must. Skilled with public art and/or collections management systems and computer software programs such as Microsoft Suite. Basic knowledge of conservation techniques is essential. Skilled in organizing work and managing time with ability to complete tasks requiring accuracy and attention to detail and to work independently and as a member of a team. 
Position Requirements: Candidates must possess strong written, oral communications, and interpersonal skills to work with high level public and private sector officials. The ability to handle multiple, concurrent and high priority tasks is required. Candidates must be knowledgeable of the contemporary trends, practices, and strategic approaches related to public art. Experience organizing and managing site-specific projects and working closely with artists, fabricators and/or contractors is essential. Knowledge of principles and practices of budget preparation and monitoring, event planning and production, and architecture and design principles a must. Experience with Microsoft Suite, FileMaker Pro and/or other relevant software is required. 
Position Reports to:
Executive Director
Hours and Salary:
M-F; 8:30 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.; Up to $50,000
To Apply for this Job: *
Open until filled

Submit cover letter and resume to:

Amber Sharples
Executive Director
Oklahoma Arts Council
PO Box 52001-2001
Oklahoma City, OK 73152-2001

or e-mail to:
connie.taylor@arts.ok.gov

No phone calls please.

The Oklahoma Arts Council is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
 Posted:  8/27/2015

AmeriCorps Program Director-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Red River Community Corps
Name of Job: *
AmeriCorps Program Director
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * Red River Community Corps, Inc. 
The mission of the Red River Community Corps, Inc. is to improve the lives of citizens in Oklahoma communities through AmeriCorps service. Red River Community Corps is an independent 501c3 organization responsible for administration and oversight of two AmeriCorps*State programs: Oklahoma In Action and Oklahoma Serves. These two AmeriCorps programs host over 100 full-time, half-time, and minimum-time AmeriCorps members serving at more than 35 non-profit agencies throughout the state of Oklahoma. The Program Director will be responsible for AmeriCorps grant management, administration, and support. The Program Director position will report to the Red River Community Corps Executive Director. 

AmeriCorps Program Director 
Position Description
• Support AmeriCorps host sites and members through development and implementation of training materials and logistical planning for 3-4 AmeriCorps site supervisor/member trainings per year
• Design member and host site performance measurement reporting tools and training materials
• Advise and guide AmeriCorps members 
• Work with Executive Director to monitor two separate AmeriCorps program budgets and overall Red River budget, and complete budget reporting including periodic expense reports and quarterly aggregated expense reports
• Aggregate quarterly and annual program data for the purposes of performance measurement
• Provide support to Red River Community Corps Board activities
• Participate in the planning and execution of 2-3 small-scale special events and/or community service projects a year
• Responsible for file management system for personnel paperwork, host site paperwork, and financials
• Assist with RFP selection process for the OK Serves/OK In Action AmeriCorps grants
• Monitor Red River/AmeriCorps*Oklahoma presence on Facebook and Twitter and in traditional media outlets 
• Research for the grant writing process
• Monitor program in web based reporting system
• Assist with quality assurance monitoring for federal program compliance with legal, regulatory and grant requirements 
Position Qualifications:
• Passion for and commitment to Red River Community Corps mission and AmeriCorps
• Prior AmeriCorps experience as an AmeriCorps member or supervisor, preferred
• Experience in human resources and/or volunteer management, conflict resolution, and managing personnel paperwork 
• Proficient in MS Word, MS Excel, and MS PowerPoint
• 4-year degree or equivalent experience
Position Requirements:
• Strong interpersonal skills, comfortable advising AmeriCorps members and site supervisors
• Detail oriented with strong organizational skills
• Strong communication skills – written and oral
• Self-Starter, willing to work independently or in a team setting
• Ability to multi-task and prioritize job duties
• Some travel within the state of Oklahoma required
Hours and Salary:
Full-Time Salaried Position with benefits available
To Apply for this Job: *
Submit a resume and cover letter to Paula Wackenheim at pwackenheim@okamericorps.com 
Application Deadline: Tuesday, September 15, 2015
 Posted:  8/27/2015

Programs Manager-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Kirkpatrick Family Fund
Name of Job: *
Programs Manager
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * The Kirkpatrick Family Fund is filling the position of Programs Manager. He/she will assist the Director and Senior Program Officer as well as designated event personnel with the coordination of property usage plus support for programs, activities and events in Oklahoma and Colorado.

The position would provide administrative support for:
•Program and content development for events and activities
•Maintenance of master calendars for events and properties including internal and external activities 
•Documentation and communication of schedules, timelines and site logistics with the appropriate Kirkpatrick personnel and contractors
•Onsite event communications relaying all changes to appropriate artistic and production personnel, communications manager, nonprofit partners and volunteers as well as the Board and key staff.
•The coordination of front of house responsibilities and volunteers for performances
•Monitoring of adherence to event and program agreements
•Management of events and property usage i.e. correspondence, applications, contracts, thank you letters, invitations, catering etc.
•Email communication with committees and constituents
•Development software eTapestry, other related databases and mailing lists
•Volunteer recruitment, scheduling, training, retention and recognition
•Accounting activities (Green Box Arts and Kirkpatrick Family Farm)
•Retention and preservation of archival materials for current initiatives. (BurrellesLuce software)
•Scanning and retention of corporate records
•Compilation of year end data and reports of events and property usage plus annual reporting to government entities.

Assist with marketing and social media activities, power point presentations and preparation for and follow up to trustee and committee meetings. 
Position Qualifications:
Bachelor’s Degree desired with a minimum of two years of administrative or event experience.
Position Requirements: The successful candidate must have excellent interpersonal skills, ability to work well within a team, demonstrate initiative, manage deadlines and changing priorities and work well in an open office environment. Limited travel will be required and the candidate must be able to work occasional weekends. Other required skills include:
• Flexibility and ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously
• Interact effectively with a wide-range of individuals
• Effective written and oral communication
• Attention to detail 
• Use of Microsoft Office products, plus the ability to learn new and updated software
• Experience with website programs and social media 
• Ability to lift and carry stage equipment 
Position Reports to:
Director and Senior Program Officer
Hours and Salary:
Monday - Friday 8:30 - 5:00 with occasional weekends. Salary will be commensurate with experience.
To Apply for this Job: *
Applicant should provide a cover letter, resume and salary requirements.
Mail cover letter, resume and salary requirements to:
Elizabeth Eickman, Director
Kirkpatrick Family Fund
1001 West Wilshire, Fourth Floor
Oklahoma City, OK 73116

Or email to: kff@occf.org
 Posted:  8/27/2015

Staff Accountant-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
United Way of Central Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
Staff Accountant
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: *
United Way of Central Oklahoma is seeking a full-time Staff Accountant to perform a variety of accounting functions to support all accounting operations of United Way of Central Oklahoma.
Position Qualifications:
Bachelors’ Degree with a major in Business, Accounting, or Finance. In lieu of a degree, job experience will be accepted, with approval of the President/CEO.
Position Requirements:
Minimum of one year experience in accounting that would demonstrate a clear understanding of all areas of bookkeeping; including general ledger, subsidiary ledgers, journal entries, financial statements, accounts receivable, and accounts payable. Experience in fund or nonprofit accounting preferred but not required
To Apply for this Job: *
To apply, send resume, cover letter, and salary range to Human Resources, United Way of Central Oklahoma, PO Box 837, Oklahoma City, OK 73101 or ltharp@unitedwayokc.org by August 31st. 
Application Deadline: Monday, August 31, 2015
 Posted:  8/27/2015

Food Resource Center Assistant-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
The Urban Mission
Name of Job: *
Food Resource Center Assistant
What city will this job be located in? *
OKC
Position Description: *
HALF TIME AMERICORPS POSITION. Food Resource Center Assistant will work directly with FRC Director in maintaining FRC: working one on one with clients, inventory control and storage, warehouse safety and management, stocking shelves. Help develop and implement client educational classes and nutrition demos. Recruit and train FRC volunteers.
Position Qualifications:
Eligible candidates should have a background in working with at risk populations; experience in social work a plus. High school diploma or GED; some college preferred. Good interpersonal skills and familiar with database entry: Word, Oasis
Position Requirements:
Must be able to work flexible hours during the week; some evenings and weekends
Must be able to lift 50 pound boxes 
Must be eligible to be an AmeriCorps member; American citizen and HS diploma or GED
and serve for a 12 month period and log 900 hours during that time.
Position Reports to:
Laura Lee
Hours and Salary:
18-20 hours per week; $10.90 per hour; Americorps Education Award of $2865 at end of service term.
To Apply for this Job: *
Send email to : peggy@urbanmissionokc.org with background, resume and contact info.
Application Deadline: Monday, September 14, 2015
 Posted:  8/25/2015

Development Associate-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Oklahoma Arts Institute
Name of Job: *
Development Associate
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * Position Description:
The Development Associate manages several development functions with minimal supervision by the Director of Development. Excellent writing, proofreading and organizational skills are a must. This position may also be called upon to assist with other administrative, program-related, or public relations matters as needed. 

Essential Functions:
• Send daily acknowledgement letters to donors.
• Track the status of pledges and send monthly reminders to donors.
• In coordination with the Director of Development and President & CEO, draft and submit grant applications to foundations, corporations and public entities.
• Assist with writing and submitting final reports to granting organizations following the summer and fall programs.
• Maintain donor records, enter gifts, and create reports using the Raiser’s Edge donor database.
• Assist with board development functions.
• Research grants and prospective donors.
• Assist with fundraising projects, solicitation letters, and events, including Visitors’ Day activities during the summer program.
• Other duties as assigned. 
Position Qualifications: Minimum Education/Experience:
Bachelor’s degree required. Experience in development preferred. Arts background preferred. 

Minimum Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
• Proficient in Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel, and Outlook.
• Experience with Raiser’s Edge database or comparable database preferred.
• Proficiency with mail merge preferred.
• Excellent written and oral communication skills. 
• Ability to meet strict deadlines, multi-task, prioritize, take initiative, work autonomously, and manage projects to completion. 
• Strong interpersonal skills, professional image. 
Position Requirements: Physical Demands/Working Conditions:
• Must be able to drive a vehicle to various locations across the state, hold driver's license and maintain personal automobile insurance.
• Must be able to lift and carry up to 30 pounds.

Special Considerations:
Must be able to spend up to three weeks in June and multiple weekends in the fall at the Quartz Mountain Arts & Conference Center in southwest Oklahoma for Institute programs. Must also be able to travel around Oklahoma over multiple weekends in January through March to help facilitate student auditions for the Summer Arts Institute. Board meetings and other events may also be required. 
Position Reports to:
Director of Development
Hours and Salary:
M-F 9:00-5:00; $28,000-$32,000. Consideration may be given to exemplary applicants whose experience warrants higher compensation.
To Apply for this Job: *
Send Cover letter, résumé* and references by email to:

Julie Cohen, President & CEO

jcohen@oaiquartz.org

*Writing samples are helpful to your application but not necessary. Preferred writing samples are grants, letters, public relations materials or other relevant communications. Finalists for the position will be administered a writing test.
 Posted:  8/26/2015

Horticulture Greenhouse Manager-Broken Arrow

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
A New Leaf
Name of Job: *
Horticulture Greenhouse Manager
What city will this job be located in? *
Broken Arrow
Position Description: *
Responsible for overseeing all aspects of inventory production and maintenance at A New Leaf, Inc. greenhouses, retail facility and community garden. Communicates with supervisor on growing strategy and inventory needs. Provides plant training to all retail staff, job coaches and individuals with developmental disabilities. Works shoulder to shoulder with Retail Coordinator and Wholesale Coordinator to ensure retail centers are fully stocked with seasonal inventory, ready for special events and assist with customer requests.
Position Qualifications: •Supports the retail staff, job coaches and our clients in an appropriate manner. Help identify and resolve issues related to production goals, materials, locations and quality standards of the work performed by the clients.
•Plans, coordinates and directs activities of the Horticulture Department related to plant production in collaboration with Director of Marketing and Business Development; to produce and make available for sale products of exceptional quality which will contribute financial support to the general operation of A New Leaf.
•Develops and presents an annual production plan based upon estimated sales that determine products, dates available, and quantities with the objective to maximizing gross margin and minimizing costs and expenses. Schedules planting dates, sales availabilities and plans for space allocation.
•Responsible for all aspects of growing including climate control, plant placement, watering, fertilizing, spraying, testing and herbicide. Identify crop issues and determine solutions.
•Ensures that all planning documentation is completed and submitted to the Director of Marketing and Business Development – ordering needs, required reports, time sheets, etc.
•Responsible for communicating all maintenance needs and coordination of all repairs and improvements within the greenhouse.
•Assists in unloading trucks delivering product, soils, containers, fertilizers, chemicals and other production supplies.
•Assumes personal accountability for keeping the department free of safety and health hazards, and insisting that safety practices are strictly followed.
•Responsible for clean and organized work areas. Maintains greenhouses free of weeds, crop debris and algae growth on the floors to maintain a safe workplace and disease-free growing environment.
•Attends all necessary license/certification, in-service training and conferences in order to maintain awareness of policies, procedures and current greenhouse regulations, along with supervision and training techniques.
•Complies with recognized professional standards of ethical conduct and maintain quality services. 
Position Requirements: •Minimum age – 21 years old.
•Prefer Bachelor’s degree in Horticulture or Floriculture with 3 to 5 years’ experience in production.
•Work experience in horticultural practices and techniques required.
•Physical capabilities must include bending, stooping, and lifting a minimum of 30 pounds.
•Must possess intermediate math skills including the ability to calculate figures and amounts.
•Licensed as a Certified Pesticide Sprayer Technician Supervisor (or able to be certified).
•Knowledge of principles and practices of working with, and training of individuals with developmental disabilities.
•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.
•Positive attitude, good customer relations skills, and an expressed desire to work with persons with developmental disabilities.
•Physical ability to conduct training involving manual labor.
•Final hiring pending on OSBI background check, clean driving record, Community Services Registry check, and pre-employment screening. 
Position Reports to:
Director of Marketing and Business Development
To Apply for this Job: *
email your resume and cover letter to paige.morie@anewleaf.org
 Posted:  8/25/2015

Vocational Program Coordinator-Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
A New Leaf
Name of Job: *
Vocational Program Coordinator
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa
Position Description: * Responsible to assist supervisor in the delivery of quality services to each individual served by A New Leaf. Within the vocational program develops, monitors and coordinates services for individuals with developmental disabilities that we served; Completes all documentation on individuals with developmental disabilities as it pertains to their program; May provide direct care services as needed. Works with individuals with developmental disabilities to accomplish all facility based job time studies. Schedule promotional events and awareness programs as required. Please review our website anewleaf.org before applying. 
Position Qualifications: •Handles all the daily needs of individuals within the vocational program. This would include but not limited to things such as: assisting direct care staff with transportation, missing lunches, schedules, appointments, etc.
•Ensures the health, safety and well-being of individuals in ANL programs; Contributes to a positive, safe working environment.
•Coordinates and completes all of the paperwork to prepare for an annual team meetings. This includes but not limited to: Vocational Assessments, Methods/Outcomes, Unit Requests, IP Packets and items requiring parental signatures.
•Monitors and evaluates progress of individuals (outcomes & methods), reporting results all in cooperation with the interdisciplinary team.
•Completes all daily & monthly required documentation: timesheets, monthly reports etc.
•Ensures all training data and monthly reports are completed, and filed appropriately.
•Completes all facility based time studies.
•Provides training to staff working with individuals in facility settings. Utilizes training techniques to insure production levels are met and all staff is competent in their skills.
•Monitor compliance for DDSD Quality Assurance on all in-service issues. Assists in providing correction for QA issues under the direction of supervisor.
•Interacts with trainees served to promote self-esteem, confidence and morale. Participates actively to insure the happiness and well-being of trainees. Treats individuals with dignity & respect.
•Provides direct care back up within the facility in the absence of staff; provides back up direct care services in the community in the absence of management.
•Using A New Leaf’s system will ensure that all client personal data is accurate and up to date.
•Represents individuals in the program in a positive manner; acts as a positive role model for all individuals served. Represents A New Leaf in a professional, unobtrusive manner at all team meetings.
•Maintains individual's confidentiality; safeguards individual's rights.
•Works with Quality Assurance and Director of Vocational Services to maintain individual's files, assuring compliance with all applicable crediting and licensing standards. Assists in providing correction for QA issues under the direction of the DCS.
•Performs duties as requested to meet the needs of A New Leaf.
•Develops & maintains a sound working relationship with case managers and parents Relates well with the public, parents, customers, visitors, state employees and other provider agencies.
•Communicates clearly and concisely with supervisor to ensure flow of information, documentation needs met and all other client information is shared. 
Position Requirements: •Minimum age – 21 years old
•Bachelor’s Degree in a related field and ability to successfully complete all training requirements
•Work experience in the field required.
•Supervisory experience.
•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
•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 OSBI background check, Clean driving record, Community Services Registry check and pre-employment screening 
Position Reports to:
Reports to Director of Vocational Services
To Apply for this Job: *
Email your resume and a cover letter to paige.morie@anewleaf.org
 Posted:  8/25/2015

Social Services Access Navigator-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Variety Care
Name of Job: *
Social Services Access Navigator
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * Summary of Duties and Responsibilities: 

The Social Services Access Navigator position is designed to assist patients and their families with navigation of and access to Variety Care and community resources that meet their identified needs. This position will work using a team based model with Variety Care staff and will connect patients with resources that will enhance their overall well-being and may enable them to better adhere to Variety Care treatment plans. 

Primary Duties and Responsibilities: 

1. Assist Variety Care patients by providing referrals to and/or information about resources for basic subsistence needs such as food, clothing and shelter and to resolve immediate crises due to limited financial resources or other socioeconomic challenges or barriers.

2. Work collaboratively with Variety Care patients and their families in accessing appropriate Variety Care clinical care and/or grant programs that enable patients to better adhere to medical, dental or behavioral health treatment plans or to improve family functioning. 

3. Demonstrate a patient-centered attitude, supporting the Variety Care effort to encourage patients to become more involved in their own care.

4. Work collaboratively with Variety Care staff to promote patient access. 

5. Support Variety Care’s pursuit of 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. 

6. Enter appropriate documentation into the electronic medical record and/or other Variety Care database, as assigned by supervisor.

7. Track referrals and provide other documentation, as requested by supervisor.

8. Provide BH Screening as requested to assist in triage of patients. 

9. Participate in monthly departmental meetings.

10. Other duties as assigned. 
Position Qualifications: Requirements, Special Skills or Knowledge: 

1. High school diploma or GED required. College credit and/or degree in related field preferred.

2. Minimum two years experience assisting clients with referrals and/or social services preferred. Experience in Oklahoma City preferred.

3. Bilingual (English-Spanish) required.

4. Intermediate computer skills preferred.

5. Possess a positive work attitude and the ability to work as a team member. 

6. Ability to carry out responsibilities with minimal supervision.

7. Ability to adapt to the changing health care delivery environment. 
Position Requirements:
ADA Requirements: 

1. Must be able to lift 25 pounds. 

2. Able to drive between and to all Variety Care sites upon notice, and willingness to work at multiple locations, as needed.
Hours and Salary:
Full time
To Apply for this Job: *
https://apply.hrmdirect.com/resumedirect/ApplyOnline/Apply.aspx?req_id=enc-16.8943101903418943&source=285867-CS-8548
 Posted:  8/25/2015

Community Outreach Coordinator-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Variety Care
Name of Job: *
Community Outreach Coordinator
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * Character Qualities:

Attentiveness- Showing the worth of a person or task by giving my undivided concentration. 

Dependability- Fulfilling what I consented to do, even if it means unexpected sacrifice.

Flexibility- Willingness to change plans or ideas without getting upset. 

Initiative- Recognizing and doing what needs to be done before I am asked to do it. 

Persuasiveness- Guiding vital truths around another’s mental roadblocks. 

Summary of Duties and Responsibilities: 

Overall outreach focus is to increase patient utilization Variety Care services and programs. Must have the ability to multi-task and prioritize multiple projects. Coordinator assumes special event coordination and works with Variety Care to complete projects. The Outreach Coordinator will demonstrate ability to work with community collaborations, fund development projects and Variety Care staff to create various methods and approach to public awareness of Variety Care mission and services. 

Primary Duties and Responsibilities: 

1. Enthusiastically promote Variety Care’s services and programs through public speaking engagements and creative presentations. Develop and measure results of presentations for target audiences and other public speaking opportunities. 

2. Produce creative design publications and other information collateral regarding Variety Care, following established graphics standards and guidelines set out for Variety Care.

3. Coordinate with clinical staff for public awareness, special events, outreach and marketing goals and objectives, as needed and directed. 

4. Organize, create and measure creative and specialized campaigns for health center services, locations, and grant-based programs. 

5. Assist with development of Brand Ambassador training for staff. Utilize creative and fun ideas for improvements for internal communications. 

6. Work alongside with Variety Care Foundation with product design and outreach opportunities.

7. Coordinate with Manager regarding advertising and community awareness for all locations; create measurement tools for awareness and referral sources. 

8. Maintain public presence for Variety Care by continually updating resources, contacts, and other outside personnel.

9. Attend community events and meetings - evening and weekend, as needed.

10. Will spend 15% (or as needed), time monthly in Rural communities (SW Oklahoma). Overnights possible.

11. Ability to travel with personal vehicle, reimbursement at federal rate. 

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. Embodies the strength of personal character. Places value on being an open and honest communicators who displays high moral and ethical conduct, integrity, adaptability, and sound judgment. Must be a leader in the department and community. Result-oriented problem solver who is responsible and accountable. 

14. Other tasks as assigned in the area of patient outreach or education or general administrative needs. 
Position Qualifications:
Requirements, Special Skills or Knowledge: 

1. Bachelors Degree or minimum of 3-5 years work in the field of marketing or product development. 

2. Must have publisher software expertise, Adobe software preferable, and media experience.

3. Ability to travel off-peak hours required. 

4. Must be able to write clean copy-articles, grant narratives and newsletter copy. 

5. Must have interpersonal skills and ability to lead projects and be a team player.

6. Public speaking is required.

7. Bilingual in Spanish/English is preferred. 
Position Requirements:
1. Bilingual in Spanish/English is preferred. 

ADA Requirements: 

1. Must be able to lift 25 pounds
Hours and Salary:
Full Time
To Apply for this Job: *
https://apply.hrmdirect.com/resumedirect/ApplyOnline/Apply.aspx?req_id=enc-16.8727003369318727&source=278951-CS-8548
 Posted:  8/25/2015

Marketing Coordinator-Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
Marketing Coordinator
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa
Position Description: * The Marketing Coordinator assists with the initiation, coordination and follow-up communications and marketing activities with an emphasis on graphic design, social media, website and internal and external print production and branding. The Marketing Coordinator will work in partnership with the Communications Manager to develop, manage and execute an annual strategic marketing and public relations plan.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

 Work closely with the Communications Manager on all communications and marketing functions.
 Working with the Communications Manager, create integrated project schedules and production calendars.
 Manage social media presence to ensure timely and accurate information is available to the public on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest and LinkedIn.
 Create consistent and effective branding for all Food Bank departments, events and programs
 Write and edit print and electronic promotional materials
 Design posters, brochures, newsletters, logos, infographics and other materials for print and web use
 Communicate with printing companies for quotes and facilitate printing of newsletters, posters, invitations and other print materials
 Manage, write and design email marketing campaigns and general Food Bank email communications to donors, supporters and volunteers
 Represent Food Bank as agency spokesperson as needed
 Photograph Food Bank programs and events and maintain Food Bank photo archive
 Shoot and edit video for social media and marketing campaigns
 Maintain print production and graphic design calendars
 Manage and maintain the Food Bank’s website and SNAPOklahoma.org
 Manage search engine optimization for website
 Create and maintain advertising campaigns through Google AdWords
 Other duties as directed by the Director of Philanthropy and Communications or the Executive Director. 
Position Qualifications:
 A Bachelor’s degree in Communications, Graphic Design, Marketing or related field
 Ability to organize, plan and prioritize multiple ongoing tasks
 Strong writing, editing and presentation skills
 Proficient computer skills including Microsoft Office Suite, Adobe Creative Suite, WordPress, HTML and social media
 Ability to work with a diverse group of people
 Ability to work as a team player and also independently 
Position Requirements:  Valid Oklahoma driver’s license, insurance, and use of personal vehicle
 Must be available for occasional weekend and evening work 
 Must be able to perform the essential duties and responsibilities with or without reasonable accommodation.
 Ability to walk, stand, sit, kneel, push, stoop, reach above the shoulder, grasp, pull, bend, identify colors, hear with aid, see, write, count, read, speak, analyze, alphabetize, lift and carry under 25 lbs., perceive depth, sit for extended periods, use a computer, work with others, work alone, work protracted or irregular hours and travel by car, van, bus and airplane. 
Position Reports to:
Director of Philanthropy and Communications
Hours and Salary:
Full Time; Some nights and weekends required
To Apply for this Job: *
Send cover letter and resume to: personnel@okfoodbank.org
Application Deadline: Wednesday, September 30, 2015
 Posted:  8/24/2015

Part-time Administrative Assistant-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Junior Achievement of Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
Part-time Administrative Assistant
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: *
Provide administrative support to Regional Director and other management staff. Duties include general clerical, receptionist and project-based work. Support daily operations of the Junior Achievement office. Ensure program quality, expansion, and positive donor and school relations.
Position Qualifications: • General receptionist and office management tasks which include but are not limited to: greeting visitors, answering phones, creating and modifying documents and letters using Microsoft Office Suite, monitoring and ordering office supplies, etc.
• Act as main support for the board of directors to include coordinating bi-monthly board meetings, creating meeting packets, taking and transcribing minutes, track member activities, etc.
• Maintain customer database as it relates to donors and leadership volunteers.
• Assist program, special event, and marketing staff as needed to meet budget and student goals. 
• Attend and assist in any manner needed at large fundraising events each year.
• Develop positive relations with stakeholders of varying racial, ethnic, and cultural backgrounds. 
Position Requirements: Requirements:
• Some college or equivalent experience
• Strong oral and written communication skills 
• Strong volunteer recruitment and customer relationship management experience
• High attention to detail and strong organizational skills
• Ability to perform multi-tasks in a fast-paced environment
• Ability to work well in a team environment
• Strong computer literacy skills

Preferred Requirements
• Experience working in a CRM
• Previous experience working with school administration and teachers
• Experience working with C Suite Executives 
Position Reports to:
Regional Directors
Hours and Salary:
20+ Flexible Hrs./$11.50 hr.
To Apply for this Job: *
Please submit resumes via email to jwise@jaok.org for consideration. No phone calls please. 

Must meet employment requirements including being able to pass a background check. Junior Achievement of Oklahoma, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.

Immediate hire. Position is open until filled.
 Posted:  8/24/2015

Immigration Paralegal-Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
YWCA Tulsa
Name of Job: *
Immigration Paralegal
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa
Position Description: * Position Description: Responsible for providing immigration case work for immigration family-type applications, maintain best practice immigration application preparation standards, work under the supervision of the attorney program manager. 

Principal Responsibilities and Duties:
• Provide preparation of the case file, postage and mailing of completed case work, technical reviews of immigration applications and translated documents and respond to immigration case deadlines.
• Assist agency naturalization program by providing clients with N-400 application assistance, collect data as needed for grant reporting requirements.
• Assist director and immigration manager with marketing efforts including, but not limited to, speaking at citizenship classes to promote naturalization.
• Research laws, articles and past judicial decisions pertaining to immigration law as requested by attorney.
• Analyze and organize research and information for attorney.
• Prepare and sumbit reports and statistics as requested.
• Responsible for compliance and staying current on applicable laws, updated forms and regulations.
• Prepare legal documents, immigration and client correspondence. 
• Assist attorney with client calls, follow-up letters and scheduling.
• Responsible for ensuring immigration case work is entered into the database.
• Responsible for accurate documentation and record keeping of client cases and other agency reporting requirements.
• Provide professional translating for immigration services as assigned by supervisor.
• Maintain own individual accreditation standards as mandated by the BIA. 
• Adhere to strict confidentiality standards as related to immigration work and agency policy.
• Particpate in YWCA functions as needed and requested by supervisor.
• Particpate and coordinate in community and other educational inititaves regarding immigration and or the immigrant community. 
• Adhere to the mission and values of the YWCA.
• Comply with all YWCA policies and procedures.
• Participate in YWCA functions and community events as needed and requested by the Director.
• Fills gaps in services such as answering telephones and front lobby coverage as needed and requested by management.
• Adhere to the YWCA core values and mission in daily work 
Position Qualifications: Required Qualifications:
• Excellent oral and written communication skills, especially as required in preparing immigration correspondence, making presentations, interacting with diverse groups of internal and external contacts.
• Intermediate computer literacy skills (Microsoft Office Suite, databases). 
• Must be able to work with minimal supervision.
• Excellent attention to detail and organizational skills.
• Ability to speak, read, and write in English at a fluent level, as well as other major foreign language fluently.
• Must be an advocate for the mission, values and goals of the 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 socio-economic 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 insurance verification. 
Position Requirements:
Education/Experience:
• Associates Degree required and/or Para legal degree/legal clerical certificate. Bachelor’s degree preferred.
• Two years of legal/immigration case work in private and or not-for profit organizations.
• Fluency in Spanish or other foreign language. 
• Two years related experience in working with diverse populations.
Hours and Salary:
Mon-Fri 8:30-5:00
To Apply for this Job: *
Please print and complete the online employment application. Email the completed application and resume with "Immigration Paralegal" in the subject line to administrator@ywcatulsa.org
Application Deadline: Monday, September 21, 2015
 Posted:  8/24/2015

Project Manager-Arthritis and Clinical Immunology-J. James-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation
Name of Job: *
Project Manager - Arthritis and Clinical Immunology - J. James
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * Project Manager - Arthritis and Clinical Immunology - J. James

Manage various NIH- and industry-funded projects by helping set, assess, and measure progress and milestones; compile Gantt Charts, monitor progress, track expenses, coordinate multi-investigator activity and ensure compliance with large, complex collaborative NIH grants and investigator-initiated trials; help track and ensure completion, report generation, billing accuracy for various COBRE, OSCTR and other multi-investigator and core efforts. Develop, implement and review business plans for scientific support cores and marketing strategies to improve broad recognition and use of cores. Help establish policies and SOPs for select activities and assist with improving efficiencies and streamlining processes. Help set and revise fee structures, provide invoicing information and ensure payment for completed activities. Review department budgets to identify cost-saving strategies and appropriate spending. Perform technical and scientific writing for reports and grant applications.

Minimum Qualifications:
BS/BA in science field, clinical area [e.g. RN or LPN] or other related field. Three or more years experience in research laboratory and/or clinical coordination. Must be able to operate professionally as a team member and independently; manage and prioritize multiple, competing, time-sensitive projects, preferably using project management and video-conferencing methodologies (base camp, share point, blue jeans); develop new methods, procedures, and approaches; demonstrate original and independent thinking. The ability to develop and maintain constructive, cooperative internal and external working relationships is required.

Ultra professionalism, superb attention to detail, organizational and information technology (including Microsoft Office) skills, as well as excellent verbal and written communication skills are essential. Must have ability to evolve with the changing needs of a growing department, remain calm and professional when dealing with difficult situations, meet or exceed constant deadlines, and solve problems with minimal guidance.

Minimum Degree Required:
Bachelors Degree

Preferred Qualifications:
MS in biostatistics, MPH in epidemiology, MHA or MBA with healthcare focus. Experience in clinical or research project management. Experience with federal grants (such as NIH). Outstanding computer skills, with expertise in Office, Adobe, SharePoint and Databases. Proficiency with Gantt charts and data management/visualization strategies ideal. SciQuest or other procurement platform experience. IRB application experience and/or clinical trial experience. Grant finance experience. Prior project management experience and/or PMP certification strongly preferred.

Physical Demands Regularly moves about the work environment, talks, hears and listens. Occasionally lifts or moves up to 10 pounds. Requires the ability to see. The noise level and typical work conditions are consistent with an office environment.

Posting Number:
0000870

Title
Project Manager

Position Type:
OTHER

Classification:
Ongoing

Status:
Full-Time

Department:
ACI - JAMES

Application Type Accepted:
General Application

Required Applicant Documents:
Resume/Curriculum Vitae

Optional Applicant Documents:
Cover Letter

To apply, visit http://apptrkr.com/643527

EOE 
Position Qualifications:
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Position Requirements:
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To Apply for this Job: *
 Posted:  8/21/2015

Marketing and Customer/Donor Relations Manager-Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Chamber Music Tulsa
Name of Job: *
Marketing and Customer/Donor Relations Manager
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa
Position Description: * Summary description: Working closely with the Executive Director and the Board of Directors, this employee will develop and execute marketing, donor, and customer-relations plans, and manage the relevant data. Additional duties include concert and office management. Chamber Music Tulsa is entering its 62nd season. The organization has an active and highly effective board that supports two full-time paid staff: the Executive Director, Bruce Sorrell, and this position. Chamber Music Tulsa is recognized as one of the premiere arts organization in Tulsa and has offices in the historic Harwelden Mansion. Website: ChamberMusicTulsa.org 
Position Qualifications: Minimum Experience:
• Bachelor’s degree, preferably in marketing, communications, or arts management 
• At least 2 years of experience in data management, marketing, public relations, communications, membership/subscriber development, or fundraising 
• Excellent organizational, communication and interpersonal skills 
• Excellent computer skills, including all MS Office applications, database management, internet and social media applications, WordPress
• Knowledge of or appreciation for classical/chamber music is a plus

Other:
• Some local travel and evening and weekend hours are required
• Chamber Music Tulsa is an Equal Opportunity Employer
• Flexible schedule
• Pay: Hourly; annual range is $30,000 to $34,000, depending on skills and experience
• Benefits: Up to $500 a month towards health insurance 
• Paid time off negotiable 
Position Requirements: KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
Customer Relations
• Develop and execute a customer-relations plan. Our goal is to continue to transform our efforts from a traditional model that sees the ticket sale as the end of the marketing process, to a model that sees the ticket purchase as the beginning of a relationship. Working with the Executive Director and Marketing Committee, the duties include:
• executing the annual marketing campaign
• managing social media accounts, developing timelines and content
• scheduling and coordinating text and creative content with designers 
• processing subscription ticket orders, prepare and mail tickets to subscribers
• interacting with the PAC Box Office collecting data
• providing data support for the social media campaign 
• developing email follow up for ticket purchasers
• maintaining the website and overseeing web presence
• tracking and analyzing data accurately and timely for campaigns, including list segmentation, data extraction, lead generation, custom reports
• working with contractors for social media, web, public relations
• evaluating and optimizing effectiveness of marketing campaigns 
• staying current with developing industry trends by participating in professional development opportunities 
• working with ED and committee to develop and stay within budget

Donor Relations
• Assist the ED and Development Committee with donor relations. This will include:
• acknowledging all donations within twenty-four hours of receipt
• maintaining accurate records regarding donors
• developing methods to build and strengthen relationships with donors 
• assisting with gathering information, writing, editing and proofing grant applications, and filing and writing follow-up reports

Additional Responsibilities
• assisting with concert management, including communications with venues, completing forms, working with house managers, welcoming artists
• paying bills, making deposits, and making entries in QuickBooks
• maintaining CMT office, equipment, files, and supplies
• answering and returning telephone calls, and receiving and responding to correspondence by U.S. mail and email
• maintaining corporate records, including minutes of meetings and other data germane to the legal and historical needs of the organization
• providing office and logistical support as called on by the Executive Director 
• assisting with editing and proofing concert programs 
• performing such other duties and tasks as needs arise 
Position Reports to:
Executive Director
Hours and Salary:
Full-time, hourly, with potential to be salaried; annual range is $30,000 to $34,000, depending on skills and experience
To Apply for this Job: *
Please send cover letter and resume to: executivedirector@chambermusictulsa.org
Application Deadline: Thursday, September 3, 2015
 Posted:  8/21/2015

Agency Capacity Building Coordinator-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Regional Foodbank of Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
Agency Capacity Building Coordinator
What city will this job be located in? *
OKC
Position Description: * POSITION SUMMARY: Under the supervision of the Special Projects Director, the Member will work with the Agency Relations staff in improving the way the Food Bank works with partner agencies, assisting agencies in building capacity to serve their communities more efficiently and effectively.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Pantry Box Programs Capacity Building
• Work with Agency Relations staff to identify agencies that have the willingness and resources to increase capacity to operate a pantry box program and assist the agencies with developing a plan to increase the number of clients served and/or amount of food distributed.
• Visit community partners to build relationships and assess resources needed to operate the program or improve program efficiency.
• Develop and implement a plan for recruiting and training volunteers. 
• Develop standard operating procedures to improve the efficiency of the pantry box programs, increase accuracy of 
reporting and compliance.
• Increase number of individuals participating in the fresh produce mobile markets and partner agency distributions.

Partner Agency Training/Education and Communication
• Develop curriculum for Partner Agency training modules
• Organize training opportunities for Partner Agencies to attend
• Work to develop an online module for agencies to access remotely 
• Assist in the planning and coordination of the Partner Agency Conference. 
• Develop an eNewsletter to inform, train and motive partner agencies. 
Position Qualifications:
Volunteer or community service experience preferred. 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.
Position Requirements: BA/BS required. 

ADDITIONAL JOB REQUIREMENTS:
• Clearance of background investigation and drug screen.
• Must be able to pass physical examination.
• Must hold a valid driver’s license, good driving record and reliable transportation (some travel required).

OTHER KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:
• Language Skills - Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from staff, partner agencies, clients, donors, community organizations, and the general public. Ability to write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals. 
• Mathematical Skills - Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. 
• Reasoning Ability - Strong analytical skills required. 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.
• Personal Skills - Ability to take initiative and demonstrate leadership experience/skills. Familiarity with anti-hunger/anti-poverty initiatives. Ability to work and communicate with people of diverse backgrounds. Ability to work in a team and within broad coalitions. 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; must be a strategic, creative, progressive thinker.
• Technical Skills - Proficient in MS Office applications and ability to learn new technological applications. 
To Apply for this Job: *
To apply for an AmeriCorps position, please send your resume to lpatterson@regionalfoodbank.org.
Application Deadline: Monday, September 21, 2015
 Posted:  8/21/2015

Transitional Living Career Specialist-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Neighborhood Services Organization
Name of Job: *
Transitional Living Career Specialist
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * The member may act as a mentor with the youth when appropriate (such as helping them search for a job online, fill out a job application, or learn to make macaroni and cheese in the on-site kitchen.) In other circumstances, the member may identify a needed job of life skills training that should be led by a professional consultant in that area. The member will work with NSO staff to coordinate that training, including setting a budget, scheduling the training and working with the provider to develop pre-and post-tests. The member should work with the MH/GH member (see below) to identify any training that could be offered to both program clients.

The member will track the number of youth who are placed in jobs. Today, that information is tracked in each individual client file. However, NSO is currently implementing a client management databased system. The member will train on that software with NSO staff, offering insight into its development as appropriate. The member will also help beta-test he system before it is implemented.

Duties for Martha’s House and Gatewood:
The member will get to know each family and work with NSO staff to identify needed life skills and job training needs. The member may act as a mentor when appropriate (such as helping them search for a job online, fill out a job application, of how to dress appropriately for a job interview.) In other circumstances, the member may identify a needed job or life skills training that should be led by a professional consultant in that area. The member will work with NSO staff to coordinate that training, including setting a budget, scheduling the training and working with the provider to develop pre- and post-tests. 

The member will track the number of women who are placed in jobs. Today, that information is tracked in each individual client file. However, NSO is currently implementing a client management databased system. The member will train on that software with NSO staff, offering insight into its development as appropriate. The member will also help beta-test he system before it is implemented.
Position Qualifications:
• Undergraduate degree in behavioral science preferred or equivalent. 
• Experience in working with homeless population.
• Proficiency in the Microsoft office programs, with a strong knowledge of excel and word and data entry. 
Position Requirements:
• Strong recording and recapping abilities for minute transcribing. 
• Strong written, verbal, analytical, interpersonal and presentation skills.
• Must have valid driver’s license and auto insurance. Clearance of background check and drug screen.
Position Reports to:
Housing Director
Hours and Salary:
Part-time
To Apply for this Job: *
Send resume and cover letter to: gjohnsen@jcsnetwork.com. No phone calls please.

NSO is an EEO employer.
Application Deadline: Friday, September 18, 2015
 Posted:  8/21/2015

Americorps Member Volunteer Assistant-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Neighborhood Services Organization
Name of Job: *
Americorps Member Volunteer Assistant
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * • IDENTIFY POTENTIAL VOLUNTEERS, INCLUDING GROUPS
• IDENTIFY NEW METHODS OF RECRUITING VOLUNTEERS
• CREATE STANDARDIZED TRAINING CURRICULA FOR VOLUNTEERS
• CREATE A PROTOCOL FOR VOLUNTEER REMINDERS AND FOLLOW UP
• IDENTIFY WAYS TO FURTHER ENGAGE VOLUNTEERS AFTER THEIR FIRDTD VISIT TO NSO
• WORK WITH NSO VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR TO ACCURATELY TRACK VOLUNTEER INFORMATION SUCH AS CONTACT INFORMATION, DATE OF VOLUNTEER ACTIVITY, NUMBER OF HOURS VOLUNTEERED, ETC.
• DEVELOP AND IMPLEMENT A PROTOCOL FOR COMMUNICATING WITH CURRENT, PAST AND FUTURE VOLUNTEERS, (SUCH AS SOCIAL MEDIA, ETC.)
• WORKING ALONGSIDE VOLUNTEERS TO DETERMINE WHY THEY CHOSE TO VOLUNTEER AT NSO, OW NSO CAN IMPROVE ITS VOLUNTEER COORDINATION AND WHAT INTRINSIC OR EXTRINSIC BENEFIT THEY DERIVE FROM THEIR VOLUTEER WORK. USE THIS INFORMATION TO IDENTIFY FUTURE GOALS AND PROTOCOLS. 
Position Qualifications:
• eligible candidate will have completed a high school diploma and/or GED
Position Requirements:
eligible candidate will have experience as a volunteer with a non-profit organization
• eligible candidate will be experienced in technology platforms, i.e. social media, windows suite
Position Reports to:
Development and Communications Director
Hours and Salary:
Part-time
To Apply for this Job: *
SEND YOUR APPLICATION (PROVIDE EMAIL OR WEBSITE LINK): JSIEGAL@NSOOKC.ORG
Application Deadline: Friday, August 28, 2015
 Posted:  8/21/2015

Palo Duro Administrative Clerk-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Neighborhood Services Organization
Name of Job: *
Palo Duro Admimistrative Clerk
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * Working under minimal supervision of the Housing Director, the Palo Duro Clerk is responsible for assisting in the clerical administration of NSO’s permanent supportive housing programs: Palo Duro I and Palo Duro II. 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

Administration: 

• Greet persons entering establishment, determine nature and purpose of visit, and direct or escort them to specific destinations.
• Answer, screen and forward calls, provide information, and take messages. 
• Review files, records, and other documents to obtain information to respond to tenant applicants’ requests and comply with all housing audits.
• Oversee all aspects of general office coordination including but not limited to typing, filing, scheduling, coordinating meetings, obtaining supplies, coordinating direct mailings, and working of special projects as needed.
• Maintain flies for all audits
• Comply with all safety policies, practices, and procedures. Report all unsafe activities to the Housing Director.
• Tactfully deny entry to undesirable persons or furnish reason why visits cannot be accomplished. Alert supervisor of unusual behavior exhibited by persons waiting consultation.
• Other duties as may be assigned by supervisors.

Property Management: 

• Maintain up-to-date information regarding tenant occupancy, rents, rent subsidies, move outs, and vacancies. 
• Calculate and collect tenant rent on monthly basis and maintain records and reports of collection.
• Assist participants with completing lease agreements, completing benefits applications (including COL) and navigating various systems to obtain benefits and resources; 
• Conduct weekly (daily) property inspections of the entire facility. 
• Submit Weekly Property Inspection Report to PD Client Advocate and Housing Director.
• Report all property maintenance work orders to Housing Director and/or Executive Assistant.
• Conduct room inspections every week; provide PD Client Advocate with inspection reports stating pass/fail and comment as needed.
• Ensure property is well maintained and tour ready at all times.
• Ensure compliance with OCHA polices, fair housing policies, the Landlord Tenant Act, and NSO requirements at all times. 
• Other duties as may be assigned by supervisors. 
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 or 20 hours/week
To Apply for this Job: *
Please submit cover letter and resume to:gjohnsen@jcsnetwork.com. No phone calls please.

Neighborhood Services Organization is an EEO employer
Application Deadline: Friday, September 18, 2015
 Posted:  8/21/2015

Residential Advisor-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Youth Services for Oklahoma County, Inc.
Name of Job: *
Residential Advisor
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: *
Youth shelter is looking for a high energy and patient individual that wants to work and supervise teenagers aged 12-18. Patience and compassion are a must. The position needs an individual that wants to go on outings and is not intimidated by youth. This position requires interaction with the youth at all times. Duties include implementation of day-to-day activities, completion of intakes and discharges, and proper maintenance of case records.
Position Qualifications:
Must be at least 21 years of age, pass a drug screen, criminal background investigation and not be listed on any Registry of Sexual Offenders.
Position Requirements:
High School Diploma or equivalent and one-year paid experience performing duties and responsibilities required for this position
Position Reports to:
Program Director
Hours and Salary:
40 hours per week
To Apply for this Job: *
Submit cover letter and resume to: Youth Services for Oklahoma County, Inc., Attn: Donna Smart, 201 N.E. 50th Street, Oklahoma City, OK 73105 or by email to donna.smart@ysoc.org
Application Deadline: Monday, September 14, 2015
 Posted:  8/21/2015

Development Manager of Mid-Level Giving-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
Development Manager of Mid-Level Giving
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * The Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma is seeking a Development Manager of Mid-Level Giving to serve a caseload of donors by initiating, building and maintaining dynamic, reciprocal relationships with individuals, couples, and families who have a desire to partner financially with Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities 
• Represents Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma to manage a caseload of 500 +/- donors.
• Cultivates relationships by updating, appreciating, and asking mid-level donors to deepen their partnership with Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma, including solicitation of gifts.
• Executes strategy through phone, email, and USPS communication.
• Captures new information for entry into the donor’s database record regarding donor’s interests, relationships, life events, and information about capacity for philanthropic giving.
• Learns about Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma programs and projects and effectively communicates the mission to donors.
• Identifies triggers regarding high capacity potential for referral to the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma Major Gift program.
• Conducts oneself in a professional, friendly, and truthful manner to donors.
• Meets with a Veritus manager regularly for accountability and to discuss strategy and moves.
• Assist in the implementation of the donor stewardship plan. Assist in writing and processing acknowledgements and reports associated with the plan.
• Prepare periodic fundraising reports, including evaluation and recommendations for future planning.
• Conduct tours of the Food Bank for prospective donors and ensure follow up with each tour participant to cultivate a relationship. 
• Represent the Food Bank at speaking engagements and check presentations as assigned by the Director of Development.
• This position will also perform other duties as assigned. 
Position Qualifications: EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE: Bachelor's degree from a four-year college or university or equivalent combination of education and development experience. Required: excellent writing skills; excellent interpersonal skills; ability to build relationships; highly organized with a keen attention to detail; strategic, creative, progressive thinker; computer literate. Preferred: Experience designing and executing proposals for capital, endowment, and annual campaigns; experience with direct mail appeals; experience producing reports and copy for brochures; Raiser’s Edge and Benevon experience a plus. 
Position Requirements: ADDITIONAL REQUIRMENTS:
• Clearance of background investigation and drug screen.
• Must be able to pass physical examination.

LANGUAGE SKILLS: Ability to develop and write reports, donor proposals, business correspondence, and procedure manuals. Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, donors, clients, and the general public.

MATHEMATICAL SKILLS AND REASONING ABILITY: Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. Ability to compute rate, ratio, and percent and to draw and interpret bar graphs. 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.

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS: Must maintain any and all professional licensing requirements. Must have valid drivers license.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORK ENVIRONMENT: 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 frequently required to sit; use hands to finger, handle, feel, and talk or listen. Specific vision abilities required by this job include ability to adjust focus.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally exposed to outside weather conditions. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.

PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS AND PROFESSIONAL REQUIREMENTS 
• Personable, warm, self-confident, and outgoing manner
• Speaks well in phone communication and able to respond to questions with confidence 
• Writes personable and error-free email and letter communication
• Familiar with donor data base basics for entry of contact records and other record changes.
• Demonstrates a strong donor service attitude
• Participates as a team player
• Demonstrates tact, patience, and courtesy in communication with donors
• Handles tasks independently and is a self-starter
• Exhibits organizational skills and time management to follow time schedules, work plans, and meet deadlines
• Exhibits a high level of integrity
• A deep appreciation for, and an ability to articulate, the mission of the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma 
Hours and Salary:
Full-time Mon-Fri 8-5pm
To Apply for this Job: *
To be considered for this position, you must submit a cover letter, resume and complete our online application. To submit your cover letter, resume and online job application, please visit www.regionalfoodbank.org.
Application Deadline: Wednesday, September 16, 2015
 Posted:  8/20/2015

Transition Coordinator-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Dale Rogers Training Center
Name of Job: *
Transition Coordinator
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * Primary function of the Transition Coordinator is the supervision and management of the Transition School-to-Work and Camp Tumbleweed Programs, including the development, funding and preparation (schedule and curriculum); the development of program for students to learn the meaning, value and demands of work. 

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

Essential Functions:
1. Develops relationships with referring schools, funders and families
2. Member of IEP team for incoming and current students
3. Implement IEP goals related to vocational training and work readiness activities
4. Ensures contract requirements are met.
5. Supervision of staff, including recruitment, hiring, orientation, training and evaluations

Primary work environment is office/indoor, moderate noise level, climate-controlled.

The above is intended to describe the general nature of work being performed by people assigned to this job and is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required. 
Position Qualifications: Qualifications:
•B.A. or B.S. required, M.Ed. preferred
•Minimum of 2 years supervisory/management experience. 
•Experience in working with IEP’s, behavioral programs and working with people with disabilities in a rehabilitation facility program preferred.
•Base knowledge and articulate regarding the field of Developmental Disabilities, including vocational training and supported employment.
•Possess and maintain a valid Oklahoma Drivers License 
•Pass OSBI, MVR, DHS Registry Check, reference checks, pre-employment drug test and any other background check as Agency requires or deems necessary. 
Hours and Salary:
12-month non-exempt position. Monday-Friday 8-4:30 p.m.
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 
Video Phone #: (405) 445-7314
Dale Rogers Training Center is an EEO/AA/Vet/Disability Employer
 Posted:  8/18/2015

Americorps Member - OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Reading Partners
Name of Job: 
Jumpstart your career with Reading Partners AmeriCorps!
What city will this job be located in? 
Tulsa
Position Description:  Our AmeriCorps members are leaders in the community: thanks to their efforts, we're able to serve thousands of children across the nation, helping struggling youth master the reading fundamentals needed to succeed. We're looking for young leaders to join our dynamite AmeriCorps team in Tulsa! Want to learn more about our open roles? Read on!

Learn more about Reading Partners, our AmeriCorps partnership, and this exciting opportunity!

- Reading Partners is changing the education landscape. We are a leader in working to solve the literacy crisis in our country by leveraging community volunteers in under-resourced schools. Our diverse and expansive volunteer base provides one-on-one tutoring to students twice weekly, and our program is proven to help children master the reading fundamentals they need to unlock their potential as successful, happy and confident readers in school and in life. Our people are our heartbeat and our greatest resource; we are all passionately rallied around our mission to help children become lifelong learners by empowering communities to provide individualized instruction that works. Join our stellar team leading the charge to deepen our impact and expand our service. Learn more about us at www.readingpartners.org.

- AmeriCorps is an 11-month service commitment that meets a community's critical needs in education, public safety, health, and the environment. Reading Partners partners with AmeriCorps to provide full-time service opportunities in our programs across the United States, supporting communities' critical needs in education. Reading Partners AmeriCorps members dedicate 1700 hours of volunteer service per term in exchange for leadership and career development, and a living stipend provided by our AmeriCorps grant. AmeriCorps is an exciting opportunity for service-minded individuals who are passionate about education and the nonprofit sector. For more information, please visit www.americorps.gov.

- The AmeriCorps Site Coordinator leads the day-to-day operations of Reading Partners school sites for a full 11-month service term (August - June). Site Coordinators are placed in partner schools where they oversee the full-time operations of a Reading Partners reading center. This includes student assessments, tutoring, and coordination of an average of 35-80 volunteer tutors. Site Coordinators lead the charge in cultivating positive school relationships, and have the opportunity to participate in community engagement activities throughout the service term. Our AmeriCorps members work closely with a direct manager/mentor, and frequently participate in professional development trainings and team volunteer activities. This is an exciting opportunity to springboard your career! What are you waiting for? Apply today!

What you'll get:

- This position is part of the AmeriCorps service program. As an AmeriCorps member, you will serve your community through Reading Partners and receive a modest living stipend during your term, as well as full health, dental, and vision benefits.

- Additionally, at the successful completion of your service term, you are eligible for an education award of approximately $5,730, to be used for college, trade school or other educational expenses, including qualified federal loans. During your service in AmeriCorps, you may also be eligible for forbearance on outstanding federal student loans. AmeriCorps also assists with childcare expenses, if eligible. For more information, please visitwww.nationalservice.gov/programs/americorps.

- Also, you'll get the experience of a lifetime! 
To Apply for this Job: 
If you feel you are a strong fit for this position, please apply online through our AmeriCorps homepage; application materials include both a cover letter, stating why you would make a strong fit for the AmeriCorps Site Coordinator, along with your resume.

We look forward to hearing from you soon!

Find our open position here:http://www.jsco.re/30hr
Posted
08/19/2015

Classroom Assistant-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Positive Tomorrows
Name of Job: *
Classroom Assistant
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * We are seeking full and half-time AmeriCorps members to serve as classroom assistants. AmeriCorps members serve one-year contracts and receive education awards at the completion of their term.

The Classroom Assistant (CA) provides vital support to teachers and other staff in the provision of services to students at Positive Tomorrows. The CA assists the teacher in providing an educational atmosphere where homeless students have the opportunity for intellectual, emotional, physical, and psychological growth, as directed by the Purpose Statement, Mission Statement and Strategic Plan. Under the lead and guidance of the teacher, the CA is responsible to provide a well-rounded classroom experience for each child.
Position Requirements:
Applicants must be a United States citizen, United States national or lawful permanent resident, and be at least 17 years of age with a minimum of a high school diploma or G.E.D
Position Reports to:
Assistant Principal
Hours and Salary:
Full-time and half-time positions available
To Apply for this Job: *
To apply, applicants should email a cover letter and resume to info@positivetomorrows.org.
Application Deadline: Tuesday, September 1, 2015
 Posted:  8/17/2015

Administrative Support Assistant-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Dale Rogers Training Center
Name of Job: *
Administrative Support Assistant
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * Join a large, award-winning nonprofit with a green campus, and a team that trains & mentors its staff. Must be able to switch hats, multi task, be strong in data bases and like systems. Mon-Fri, 8-5pm (no OT), must have clean OSBI background & history of success. See how you can make a difference every day. Great benefits & insurance!

RESPONSIBILITIES/ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
• Computer experience
• Focus and dependability
• Reception duties (phone, mail, data entry)

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 Training Center 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 
Position Requirements:
HIRING REQUIREMENTS:
• 18 years old or older
• High School Diploma
• Possess and maintain a valid Oklahoma Driver’s License in order to operate Agency vehicles
• Pass OSBI, MVR, DHS Registry Check, reference checks, pre-employment drug test and any other background check as Agency requires or deems necessary.
Hours and Salary:
Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm, $10.68/hour
To Apply for this Job: *
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 EEO/AA/Vet/Disability Employer
 Posted:  8/17/2015

Fundraising Assistant-Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit:
JustHope, Inc.
Name of Job: *
Fundraising Assistant
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa, OK
Position Description: * JustHope is looking for a temporary, part time Fundraising Assistant to manage the PR and auction coordination pieces of our annual fundraiser, Wine for Water, with possibility of increased hours and permanent position after event. Employee will coordinate with and report to the Associate Director and Executive Director.

JustHope is a non-profit based in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Started in 2007, JustHope’s mission is to develop cross-cultural partnerships that combat poverty and nurture sustainable community. By linking the hands, hearts, hopes, needs, and resources of communities in the US and communities in Nicaragua in an intentional, mutual, and long-term (5 years or more) partnership, we hope to impact how both peoples understand themselves, one another; and how we continue to share our global village. Grounded in the core principle that we are all partners in the hope for human flourishing, JustHope partners engage each other through cultural exchanges (visits, letters, shared prayers and rituals, and other exchanges), and shared projects (material, financial, spiritual, and informational). The partners collaborate to identify and address needs in one another’s communities, and then accompany one another in seeking to address those needs in ways that promote sustainability and self-determination. Partners wrestle together to discern deeper root causes of immediate problems, and work together to back up the power of hope with the struggle for justice. In both countries, partners stretch and learn and grow together as each community is affected and transformed in different ways by their covenant relationship with the other. 

JustHope has grown to facilitating partnerships between 25 North American communities and 3 Nicaraguan communities, a group of artists, and two Nicaraguan governmental agencies. JustHope partners have worked together to complete several projects in Nicaragua, including: clean water systems, community clinics, education programs, housing, micro-credit and other social business enterprises. Nicaraguan delegations to the US have worked with partners on several projects and programs in the US, including: cross-cultural educational experiences for schools, service groups, and faith communities; political advocacy on issues of trade policy and immigration; spiritual leadership through theological reflection and story sharing; and collaboration on fund-and-friend-raisers. 
Position Qualifications: (1) Wine for Water Assistant
• Attend planning meetings and produce weekly reports on event planning progress
• Solicit auction items; support onsite donation processing or pick up items from donors; follow up with committee members to procure auction items
• Develop PR strategies and initiatives to improve public awareness of JustHope and Wine for Water, including preparing and submitting press releases; developing and distributing pr materials; coordinating use of social media for event; and serving as the point of contact for the media and general public about the event. 
• Identify and pursue possible new audiences and relationships
• Maintain records of financial, material, and in-kind donations, including volunteers, for the event. Work with staff to produce acknowledgement and thank you letters before and after the event.
• Attend event to support staff and volunteers
(2) Artisan Sales Coordinator
• Maintain inventory of artisan items and advise Exec Director as inventory needs to be replaced. Price items as they arrive.
• Identify locations for sales and coordinate logistics to schedule and staff the sales, including coordinating volunteers and inventory to sell. 
• Create and maintain marketing pr pieces for Artisan store
(3) Bookkeeping
• Do Quickbooks data entry and reports as requested by the Executive Director. 
Position Requirements:
• The Fundraising Assistant must have experience with marketing and special events 
• Strong computer skills and ease with technology.
• Proficiency in Microsoft Office software, especially Word, Excel, and Powerpoint, Google Drive is a plus. 
• Proficiency in Quickbooks financial software.
• Must be able to work independently.
Hours and Salary:
Part-time: 20 hours/week (average) until the end of the year. JustHope offers a competitive compensation that is determined based upon the experience of the candidate hired.
To Apply for this Job: *
Please submit a cover letter and your resume with three professional references with the Subject Title “Fundraising Assistant” to Leslie Penrose at leslie@justhope.org, CC: laura@justhope.org
Application Deadline: Monday, September 7, 2015
 Posted:  8/17/2015

Programs/Communications Director-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Neighborhood Alliance
Name of Job: *
Programs/Communications Director:
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: *
Programs/Communications Director:
Very demanding but fun job with a fun-loving and great staff! If you love OKC and want to help her grow then we want to talk to you. This person is responsible for organizing and hosting all of our community workshops (attended by 20-200 people), all communications (including social media and newsletters), PR, chair the annual fundraising banquet (attended by 400 people), and all IT for the office of 7 employees.
Position Qualifications:
Must have excellent computer and IT trouble shooting skills
Must have excellent writing skills
Must be comfortable with public speaking 
Must be very good with diverse populations
Must have a good working knowledge of Oklahoma City 
Must be able to set up workshops from scratch (creating the topic, attracting speakers, advertising, finding venues, creating handouts, handling RSVP's, thank yous and evaluations)
Must have excellent computer skills, including graphics, newsletters, web upkeep, invitations, Constant Contact, InDesign, etc.
Position Requirements:
College degree required. Masters is preferred. Should have some kind of special event organizing experience and must have an above average knowledge of computers and how to trouble shoot issues when they arise.
Position Reports to:
Executive Director
Hours and Salary:
full time; starting between $43K and $47K per year depending on experience
To Apply for this Job: *
Send resume' and COVER LETTER to 
Georgie Rasco, Executive Director
Georgie@nacok.org 
Application Deadline: Friday, August 28, 2015
 Posted:  8/17/2015

Visitor Services Associate-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center, Inc.
Name of Job: *
Visitor Services Associate
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * Essential Job Functions
• Open/Close the Center for the day and perform Opening/Closing Procedures
• Coordinate telephone traffic, customer service and staff assistance
• Monitor staff attendance/offsite location
• Coordinate RSVP responses for events and meetings
• Assist students in completing enrollment form and collect payment
• Collect payment for miscellaneous items and code to proper account
• Coordinate, order and maintain office and kitchen supplies
• Coordinate regular cleaning of the kitchen area
• Coordinate facility keys, alarm passwords and telephone contact list
• Manage equipment maintenance (phones, copiers, Art-O-Mat, etc.)
• Coordinate tenant and event traffic
• Handle confidential donor/constituency information with sensitivity and integrity
• Provide occasional assistance outside the normal schedule to support the mission of the office
• Other duties as assigned by the Director of Finance 
Position Qualifications: Essential Job Requirements
• A minimum of two years' experience in general office assistance
• Basic knowledge of all art forms to assist in student, visitor and staff interaction
• Proficiency in the Microsoft Office suite of programs, with a strong knowledge of Excel and Word
• Strong recording and recapping abilities for minute transcribing
• Strong written, verbal, analytical, interpersonal and presentation skills
• Ability to multi-task and prioritize multiple projects, often with shifting priorities
• Ability to work independently with modest supervision 
Position Requirements:
Other requirements and working conditions
• Use of a car required; legally registered and insured for daily use
• Use of a computer/monitor, telephone and copier daily
• Willingness to work occasional evenings and weekends when required and agreed upon
• Team environment with frequent group meeting participation
• Physical requirements: Lifting/Carrying - heavy work may include routine lifting of a maximum weight of 50 lbs. Combination of sitting, standing, walking and driving on a frequent basis
Position Reports to:
Director of Finance
Hours and Salary:
8-4 at $14.00/hr - Benefits included
To Apply for this Job: *
Email resume to:
lgreen@okcontemp.org
Review website at:
oklahomacontemporary.org
Application Deadline: Saturday, August 29, 2015
 Posted:  8/13/2015

Associate Director-Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Global Gardens
Name of Job: *
Associate Director
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa
Position Description: *
Global Gardens seeks a driven associate director to provide operational leadership and support the organization’s overall growth strategy, organizational administration, and community programming. S/he will support long-term organizational strategy, fundraising, marketing, and community outreach. This individual will report directly to the executive director and has an opportunity to grow into the executive director role, which would result in the transfer of additional responsibilities in fiscal management, strategic planning, and fundraising.
Position Qualifications:
Committed to community advocacy, Five years of leadership and management experience, Non-profit experience, Experience with fundraising, budgeting, cash flow and overall financial management, Builds and maintains a “public” image, education: Bachelor’s degree required, education experience a plus, but not required.
Position Requirements: Management
Responsible for the hiring, retaining, supervising and collaborating with staff
Establishing and enforcing employment and administrative policies and procedures for all functions and for the day-to-day operation of the nonprofit
Provide support for strategic planning and leadership in implementing strategic objectives
Oversee marketing and other communications efforts; Utilize all effective and affordable avenues of communication, including, but not limited to print, broadcast, electronic, social media, earned media, speaking opportunities, etc.
Operational & Fiscal Management
Responsible for leading Global Gardens in a manner that supports and guides the organization’s mission
Responsible use of resources to ensure that the operations of the organization are appropriate
Responsible effective administration of Global Gardens operations
Supports strategic planning and implementation
Review and approve contracts for services
Other duties as assigned by the executive director
Integral support role in regards to fiscal management that generally anticipates operating within the approved budget, ensures maximum resource utilization, and maintenance of the organization in a positive financial position
Relationship Building
Sustain and strengthen position in the community
Establish and maintain relationships with various organizations throughout the state and utilize those relationships to strategically enhance Global Gardens’ mission
Lead new efforts to build brand awareness and seek new partnerships while nurturing existing community partnerships
Serving as Global Gardens’ secondary spokesperson to the organization’s stakeholders and the general public
Fundraising
Integral supporting function for fundraising and developing other resources necessary to support Global Gardens’ mission and increase Global Gardens’ reach and impact
Support executive director in seeking programmatic sponsorships and underwriting 
Position Reports to:
Executive Director
Hours and Salary:
Full Time
To Apply for this Job: *
For full job description and to apply visit www.stfpr.com/executive-search and click on "Global Gardens - Associate Director (Tulsa, OK)."
Application Deadline: Tuesday, September 1, 2015
 Posted:  8/13/2015

Volunteer Center Director-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
United Way of Central Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
Volunteer Center Director
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: *
United Way of Central Oklahoma is seeking a full-time Volunteer Center Director to oversee the Volunteer Center in serving as a referral center to individuals and/or corporations interested in a meaningful volunteer experience. In addition, recruiting, recognizing, and retaining volunteers for United Way of Central Oklahoma. 
Position Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university or college is required; however, in lieu of a degree, job experience will be accepted, with approval of the President/CEO.
Position Requirements:
One year work experience involving volunteer management, project coordination, event planning or related administrative functions required. Knowledge of computer programs including but not limited to Microsoft Office and Outlook. 
To Apply for this Job: *
To apply, send resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to Human Resources, United Way, PO Box 837, or ltharp@unitedwayokc.org by August 21, 2015. 
Application Deadline: Friday, August 21, 2015
 Posted:  8/13/2015

Executive Director-Garden City, KS

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Miles of Smiles Therapeutic Riding Program
Name of Job: *
Executive Director
What city will this job be located in? *
Garden City, KS
Position Description: * IMMEDIATE OPENING - EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR: Miles of Smiles Therapeutic Riding Program, a PATH International partner center, on the wide open plains of rustic and beautiful western Kansas, is seeking applicants for newly developed full time position of Executive Director. Miles of Smiles is a 501(c) 3 nonprofit organization for individuals of all ages with physical, cognitive, and emotional impairments, offering unique programs and opportunities in therapeutic and/or adaptive horsemanship. The Executive Director, working closely with a long-standing Board of Directors, will be responsible for implementation and management of all aspects of the organization, with special emphasis on strategic planning, community and donor relationship building, fund raising, media relations, and program development. The ideal candidate will have prior PATH Intl. or relevant therapeutic horsemanship experience or equivalent; 3-5 years’ experience at an executive level with non-profit or comparable organization, including grant writing; Bachelor’s level education in field such as Business, Marketing, Finance, Media; sound operational judgment; exceptional oral and written communication skills. The candidate must also be a strategic visionary with strong analytical ability and operational focus, and possess overall dynamic and positive leadership capabilities. This is a salaried position based on 40-50 hr/wk, with additional hours as needed, select holidays and vacation hours may be paid as determined by Board, possible housing opportunity may be available; no health/life insurance or retirement benefits provided. Interested candidates should submit by email to miles_of_smiles@sbcglobal.net the following application materials: detailed letter of interest with salary requirements, professional resume, and contact information for three professional references. Position is open until filled. Additional information, including complete job description, can be found at www.miles-of-smiles.org. 
Position Qualifications:
The ideal candidate will have prior PATH Intl. or relevant therapeutic horsemanship experience or equivalent; 3-5 years’ experience at an executive level with non-profit or comparable organization, including grant writing; Bachelor’s level education in field such as Business, Marketing, Finance, Media; sound operational judgment; exceptional oral and written communication skills. The candidate must also be a strategic visionary with strong analytical ability and operational focus, and possess overall dynamic and positive leadership capabilities.
Position Requirements:
This is a salaried position based on 40-50 hr/wk, with additional hours as needed, select holidays and vacation hours may be paid as determined by Board, possible housing opportunity may be available; no health/life insurance or retirement benefits provided.
Position Reports to:
Board of Directors
Hours and Salary:
40-50 hrs per week; Salary is dependent on qualifications and experience
To Apply for this Job: *
Interested candidates should submit by email to miles_of_smiles@sbcglobal.net the following application materials: detailed letter of interest with salary requirements, professional resume, and contact information for three professional references. Position is open until filled. Additional information, including complete job description, can be found at www.miles-of-smiles.org.
 Posted:  8/13/2015

Director, Legal Services-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Oklahoma Public School Resource Center
Name of Job: *
Director, Legal Services
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * The OPSRC is a new non-profit dedicated to improving all public schools in Oklahoma. In an effort to relieve the administrative burden on public schools, the Center will provide technical services in the following areas: Finance, Technology, Legal, Teaching and Learning, and Communications. Additionally, the Center will work to foster collaboration in the public education community by articulating collaborative reform strategies and advocating for policies that help strengthen public schools in Oklahoma. Membership in OPSRC is open to Oklahoma public charter schools, rural school districts, educational cooperatives and educationally-related entities and businesses. 

The Director of Legal Services will establish the technical assistance model for member schools pertaining to legal issues. The Director will advise member schools on legal issues, will conduct professional development to address the most pressing legal issues for schools, and will serve as the OPSRC’s general counsel and legal advisor. The Director of Legal Services reports directly to the Executive Director of the OPSRC. 
Primary job Responsibilities
● Serve as General Counsel to OPSRC.
● Provide legal assistance to OPSRC member schools including, contracts, document review, standards monitoring and compliance, assistance with charter school applications, and general legal questions posed by members. 
● Research previous cases, decisions, state and federal statutes, case law, state and federal rules and regulations as required.
● Research, review and interpret statutes pertaining to the OPSRC’s activities and membership.
● Draft position papers on proposed legislation and rules that affect OPSRC members. 
● Conduct legal research and represent the OPSRC in hearings. 
Position Qualifications:
Minimum Qualifications
● Licensed to practice law by the State Board of Law Examiners; plus three years of legal experience in Oklahoma, preferably in the field of education. 
● Knowledge of state and federal laws and regulations that pertain to Oklahoma public schools. 
● Ability to use current versions of word processing, spreadsheet, presentation and publishing software applications. 
● Light travel may occasionally be required-- across Oklahoma for meetings or nationally for conferences. Must have valid driver’s license and auto insurance.
Position Requirements: Key Abilities and Attributes
● Ambitious leader and self-starter: The OPSRC is a new organization and the Director of Legal Services is a critical role helping establish the OPSRC as a high performing education service and reform organization. 
● Knowledge of state and federal laws and regulations.
● Knowledge of legal research and writing techniques.
● Ability to research, analyze and interpret legislation and case-related information for OPSRC members.
● Ability to prepare, present and review oral and written information and reports.
● Must be detail oriented, extremely organized, and have exceptional written and oral communication skills. 
● Passionate about public education reform: The OPSRC is dedicated to identifying solutions to improve public school options for ALL children in Oklahoma. All employees will operate with a sense of urgency and possibility. Must be able to work collaboratively in a culturally and politically diverse community. 
Position Reports to:
Executive Director
To Apply for this Job: *
Apply online: http://opsrc.net/jobs/
 Posted:  8/13/2015

Program and Office Coordinator-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Whiz Kids Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
Program and Office Coordinator
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * Primary Responsibilities:
 - Administrative/technical support for office/program
 - Annual program survey/evaluations
 - Outcome measurement data entry and analysis
 - Develop site forms, materials as needed (update/maintain training manuals)
 - Recruit and train Liaison Teachers

Continuing Responsibilities:
 - Attend weekly staff meetings
 - Order and maintain office/site materials
 - Maintain volunteer database including active and inactive volunteers
 - Provide administrative support for Site Administrators and Site Coordinators
 - Maintain site rosters
 - Maintain correspondence with Whiz Kids office/sites
 - Maintain recruiting check out of materials
 - Event planning support
 - Recruiting support
 - Any other duties as assigned by Director

Measurable Goals:
 - Analyze outcome measurements
 - Provide effective support for Whiz Kids sites
 - Effective communicator
 - Ensure database is maintained
 - Overall growth of volunteer base and sites

Benefits:
- Employee health insurance available
- Paid vacation
- Paid holidays
- 401K benefits after one year 
Position Requirements:
- Excellent communication and organizational skills
- Must be proficient in all Microsoft Office tools
- Proficiency in QuickBooks, GiftWorks, Survey Monkey and Constant Contact are a plus
- Nonprofit experience
Position Reports to:
The Director
Hours and Salary:
Commensurate wih experience.
To Apply for this Job: *
Email a cover letter and resume to Bea Jai Webb, Whiz Kids Director, at jobs@whizkidsok.org
Application Deadline: Sunday, November 1, 2015
 Posted:  8/12/2015

Human Resource Director-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Neighborhood Services Organization
Name of Job: *
Human Resource Director
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: *

The Human Resources Generalist is responsible for performing HR-related duties in a professional manner, working closely with NSO’s program directors, managers, and supervisor to support NSO’s operations.  The Human Resources Generalist is responsible for carrying out the HR functions of the organization, including recruiting, training, employee relations, performance management, and employment law and best practice compliance. 

Essential Functions

·         Conduct recruitment effort for all positions below that of CEO, including internal and external posting, participating in job fairs and other recruitment efforts, pre-screening applicants, scheduling interviews, coordinating drug tests and background checks, and preparing offer letters.

·         Coordinate with program supervisors to create training schedule for new hires; oversee completion of all new-hire paperwork; conduct employee orientation; and overseeing the onboarding process.

·         Perform benefits administration including communicating benefit information to employees, enrolling and terminating benefits and organizing open enrollment.  Process required documents through payroll and insurance providers to ensure accurate record keeping and proper deductions.

·         Serve as the COBRA Administrator for NSO.

·         Recommend new approaches, policies and procedures to effect continual improvements in efficiency of the department and services provided; Assist in the updating and implementation of employment policies and procedures.

·         Administer and oversee safety and recreation programs and activities; serve as primary contact for workers’ compensation-related matters.

·         Assist managers and supervisors on performance management issues, and oversee the performance management process and systems.

·         In conjunction with managers and supervisors, prepare and update job descriptions, including all essential duties, and physical and mental demands.

·         Organize trainings for all employees and maintain all related records.

·         Assist supervisors and managers with employee relations issues.

·         Oversee NSO’s anti-discrimination and anti-harassment program; serve as main point of contact and facilitate the interactive process for all requests for accommodations; serve as point of contact for employee grievances or complaints of harassment/discrimination and coordinate investigation, response, and remedy (if applicable).

·         Oversee the off-boarding process, including conducting exit interviews, sending out appropriate notices, collecting NSO property, and terminating employee access to facilities and systems.

·         Maintain all employment-related files, including personnel files, medical files, I-9s, training records, etc.

·         Manage and maintain HRIS system.

·         Review all timekeeping and time-off requests for compliance with policies.

·         Other duties as assigned.

     Mission Statement

Transforming lives and encouraging independence through safe, healthy homes, dental care and nutrition. 

Position Qualifications:

SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED

·         Broad knowledge and experience in employment law, compensation, employee relations, and personnel administration.

·         Effective oral and written communication skills.

·         Excellent interpersonal skills.

·         Ability to serve as a successful participant on management teams.

·         Adhere to high level of confidentiality and model ethical behavior.

 

CORE COMPETENCIES

  • Integrity and Trust: Is widely trusted; is seen as a direct, truthful individual; can present the unvarnished truth in an appropriate and helpful manner; keeps confidence; admits mistakes; doesn’t misrepresent themselves for personal gain.
  • Mission Integration: Adheres to the Mission of NSO during both good and bad times; is dedicated to meeting the expectations and requirements of the NSO mission (provide quality services in a supportive environment to all people); acts in line with the values of the mission; practices what he/she preaches.
  • Team Relations: Understands and supports the team approach.  Is seen as team player and is cooperative.  Easily gains trust and support of peers.  Encourages collaboration.  Can be candid with peers.  Fosters open dialogue.  Creates a feeling of belonging to the team.

  JOB COMPETENCIES

  • Peer Relationships: Can quickly find common ground and solve problems for the good of all; can represent his/her own interests and yet be fair to other groups; can solve problems with peers with minimum of noise; is seen as a team player and is cooperative; easily gains trust and support of peers; encourages collaboration; can be candid with peers.
  • Planning: Accurately scopes out length and difficulty of tasks and projects; sets objectives and goals; breaks down work into the process steps; develops schedules and task/people assignments; anticipates and adjusts for problems and roadblocks; measures performance against goals; evaluates results. 
  • Building Effective Teams: Blends people into teams when needed; creates strong morale and spirit in his/her team; shares wins and successes; fosters open dialogue; lets people finish and be responsible for their work; defines success in terms of the whole team; creates a feeling of belonging in the team. 
  • Confronting Direct Reports: Deals with problem direct reports firmly and in a timely manner; doesn’t allow problems to fester; regularly reviews performance and holds timely discussions; can make negative decisions when all other efforts fail; deals effectively with troublemakers.
  • Listening: Practices attentive and active listening; has the patience to hear people out; can accurately restate the opinions of others even when he/she disagrees.
  • Priority Setting: Spends his/her time and the time of others on what’s important; quickly zeros in on the critical few and puts the trivial many aside; can quickly sense what will help or hinder accomplishing a goal; eliminates roadblocks; creates focus.
  • Motivating Others: Creates a climate in which people want to do their best; can motivate many kinds of direct reports and team or project members; can assess each person’s hot button and use it to get the best out of him/her; pushes tasks and decisions down; empowers others; invites input from each person and shares ownership and visibility; makes each individual feel his/her work is important; is someone people like working for and with. 

WORKING CONDITIONS

·         The work requires lifting of supply boxes in the medium range (up to 30 lbs.).

·         Majority of time spent in this position is in a well-lighted, heated and/or air-conditioned indoor office setting with adequate ventilation.

·         Work is performed walking or standing much of the time. 

·         Occasional periods of high stress.

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, and abilities.

Position Requirements:

Minimum Requirement: Bachelor’s in Human Resources or related field, PHR preferred.  Minimum of 3 years experience in a non-exempt level HR position. Combination of education and experience may serve as substitute for educational requirement.  Must have valid driver’s license and auto insurance.  Clearance of background check and drug screen.

Position Reports to:
Chief Executive Officer
Hours and Salary:
Full-time
To Apply for this Job: *
Please send resume and cover letter to: gjohnsen@jcsnetwork.com. NSO is an EEO employer.
Application Deadline: Friday, September 11, 2015
 Posted:  8/12/2015

Office Assistant/Program Coordinator-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
American Lung Association
Name of Job: *
Office Assistant/Program Coordinator
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * The Office Assistant/Project Coordinator is a part-time hourly position that reports directly to the Executive Director and is 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 a courteous and professional manner is expected and required. The Office Assistant/Project Coordinator will also process deposits, facilitate community representation, coordinate the local volunteer program and specific monthly projects, oversee monthly newsletter, and other duties as assigned. The successful candidate must be self-motivated with the ability to prioritize, multi-task, and pay strong attention to details. Must be able to work collaboratively with other staff as well as work independently for extended periods of time. Excellent verbal/written communications skills and strong organizational skills are needed. Bi-lingual skills in English/Spanish a plus. Evening and weekend hours required on occasion. Knowledge of telephone systems, copiers, and Microsoft computer software products is necessary. Non-Smoker. EOE 
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 Reports to:
Executive Director
Hours and Salary:
19 hours a week at $16.00 an hour
To Apply for this Job: *
Email your resume to Jeremy Hughey at jhughey@lungs.org
Application Deadline: Friday, August 21, 2015
 Posted:  8/12/2015

AmeriCorps Member Full Time Position-Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Global Gardens
Name of Job: *
AmeriCorps Member Full Time Position
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa
Position Description: *
Full-Time AmeriCorps (through OK serves) position, and will focus primarily on literacy components at multiple Global Gardens’ locations. AmeriCorps Member will work collaboratively with the Program Director and Garden Educators to develop and enhance literacy in the Global Gardens’ curriculum. Additionally, this position will focus on implementing leadership models, infusing literacy components, and overall support into our Family Food Farms and Community Gardens. Detailed job description available upon request.
Position Qualifications:
Qualifications:
• Experience working with at risk populations 
• Commitment to children, their well­being, and their ability to impact our \u2028communities and our world 
• Commitment to inquiry based education 
• Good written communication and literacy skills
• Ability to work collaboratively with staff and volunteers 
• Spanish language skills a plus 
• Experience planning and implementing lessons 
• Commitment to organic gardening and sustainability 
• Commitment to peaceful and positive conflict resolution 
Position Requirements: Requirements include a personal and professional commitment to the vision and the values of the Global Gardens program.
Global Gardens is a nonprofit, educational organization that provides low-income schools and neighborhoods the resources that they need to incorporate educational, multi-disciplinary, science-based gardens into their curriculum and community.

Global Garden’s primary goal is to establish student-centered garden spaces where students and their families have ownership of the implementation, progress, maintenance, and garden activities. Global Gardens believes that these experiences foster personal growth, living healthier lives, and becoming agents of change in their communities. 
Position Reports to:
Maggie Regan
Hours and Salary:
40 hours, please contact for salary
To Apply for this Job: *
please send a resume and cover letter to heather@global-gardens.org
Application Deadline: Friday, August 28, 2015
 Posted:  8/12/2015

Program Coordinator-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
DCCCA
Name of Job: *
Program Coordinator
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City, OK
Position Description: * DCCCA will collaborate with the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services on a Partnership for Success contract in Oklahoma County. The Program Coordinator will work with a local community coalition to design a comprehensive approach to address the non-medical use of prescription drugs among youth ages 12-15. 

Essential Job Functions:
•Facilitate training and technical assistance to the coalition
•Develop and implement strategies to address prescription drug use
•Conduct hiring and oversight of Community Mobilizer and training consultants
•Communicate effectively with key leaders, committees, and the community
•Connect the coalition to available resource and subject matter experts
•Track all data for project performance measures 
Position Requirements: Education, Experience, Licensure and Certification:

•Degree in communications, public health, adult education or related field preferred; Experience and other certifications may be substituted for degree
•Certified Prevention Specialist (CPS) certification within 18 months of hire is required
•Community organization and facilitation experience along with training and experience in substance abuse prevention or human services preferred
•Requires ability to interact with diverse groups and must possess strong interpersonal skills
•A valid driver's license with a good driving record 
•Must pass pre-employment background checks and drug screening 
Position Reports to:
Director of Addiction Services
To Apply for this Job: *
Apply online at www.dccca.org
Application Deadline: Friday, September 11, 2015
 Posted:  8/11/2015

Resource Family Supervisor-Tulsa/OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
DCCCA
Name of Job: *
Resource Family Supervisor
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa, OK and Oklahoma City, OK
Position Description: *
Essential Job Functions:

•Assists with the recruitment and certification of new foster families
•Monitors foster family parent timesheets
•Approves monthly reports, timesheets and expense reports for staff
•Addresses foster family issues via home visits or telephone calls as appropriate
•Reviews case logs regularly to ensure compliance with CPA and OKDHS requirements
•Provides direct supervision to assigned staff biweekly
•Supervises an average of 6 staff members
Position Requirements: Education, Experience, Licensure and Certification:

•Requires a Master’s degree in social work, behavioral or social science
•Requires at least two years of family services
•Previous supervisory experience is required
•Preferred licensure by the Oklahoma Board of Licensed Social Workers—LPC, LMFT, LMP, LMSW, LSW or other professional license
•Requires compliance with the licensing boards, ethical practice and continuing education requirements
•A valid driver's license with a good driving record 
•Must pass pre-employment background checks and drug screening 
Position Reports to:
Assistant Director
To Apply for this Job: *
Apply online at www.dccca.org
Application Deadline: Friday, September 11, 2015
 Posted:  8/11/2015

Employee Giving Coordinator-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Allied Arts
Name of Job: *
Employee Giving Coordinator
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * • Manage the employee giving program, including identifying and cultivating new employee giving partners, stewarding existing participants, working with campaign volunteers and working with on-site coordinators to administer the fundraising process.
• Create and deliver creative, innovative, engaging, exciting and interactive presentations which inform the public about Allied Arts, its purpose and the role of individual support in its success.
• Engage Allied Arts member agencies in the employee giving program and identify community impact stories to share at presentations and for other Allied Arts usage. 
• Ensure accurate information in the database regarding employee giving donations and help process donor pledges/ payments. 
• Prepare and analyze data to determine the status and effectiveness of employee giving efforts.
• Secure annual employee giving incentive item to enhance participation.
• Secure items from local businesses to be raffled at employee giving campaigns. 
• Identify opportunities for Allied Arts to present at civic clubs and increase Allied Arts’ presence in the community.
• Serve as the face of Allied Arts at community events.
• Other job duties as assigned. 
Position Qualifications: SKILLS
• Outstanding public speaking, communication and networking skills. Ability to be persuasive. 
• Presentation, Theatrical or Sales Experience
• Strong time management, organizational and multi-tasking skills
• Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and meet deadlines
• Effective interpersonal skills and ability to work collaboratively with all levels of staff, volunteers, donors and prospective donors
• Knowledge of Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) as well as ability to learn fundraising software
• Ability to work in and contribute to a strong team environment 
Position Requirements:
EDUCATION and REQUIREMENTS
• Bachelor’s Degree 
• One to five years of professional experience
• Willing to occasionally work beyond the normal operating schedule of 8:30a.m.–5:00p.m.
• Ability to lift 25 pounds
Position Reports to:
Campaign & Grants Director
To Apply for this Job: *
Please email resumes to jobs@alliedartsokc.com.
Application Deadline: Sunday, August 23, 2015
 Posted:  8/10/2015

Development Coordinator-Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Philbrook Museum of Art
Name of Job: *
Development Coordinator
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa
Position Description: *
The Development Coordinator provides proactive, collaborative and comprehensive support for the development department to ensure member and donor needs are exceeded.
Position Qualifications:
• Knowledge of computer software to include word processing, database, spreadsheet and basic query skills
• Ability to learn in-house computer systems
• Excellent attention to detail and accuracy
• Excellent writing, editorial and verbal communication skills demonstrating both diplomacy and professionalism 
• Ability to exercise sound judgment and effective organizational planning
• Excellent customer-service, adaptability, flexibility and a sense of humor is essential
Position Requirements:
• High school diploma required
• Bachelor’s degree and experience in a not-for-profit setting is preferred
• A valid driver’s license is required
Position Reports to:
Director of Development
Hours and Salary:
$12-$14/hour M-F 9-5
To Apply for this Job: *
Send cover letter, resume, and references to humanresources@philbrook.org
Application Deadline: Tuesday, August 18, 2015
 Posted:  8/10/2015

WIC Clerk-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Neighborhood Services Organization
Name of Job: *
WIC Clerk
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: *
Working under the supervision of the WIC Clinic Director, the clerks perform clerical tasks such as, answering the phone, scheduling individual and class appointments with CWNT’s and Nutritionists, issuing food instruments, maintaining charts, mailing information to WIC participants, and referring participants to other agencies. The WIC Clerks are the first employees a participant will meet therefore it is required that you maintain a positive, friendly attitude towards our participants.
Position Qualifications:
Minimum Requirement: High school diploma or general education degree (GED) is required. Experience working with the homeless and underserved population preferred. One year experience in customer service 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: • Must be dependable, have strong communication skills, be well organized, have the ability to prioritize and be able to work under pressure.
• Must maintain a high degree of confidentiality.
• Must be a team player.
• Must maintain good relationships with Nutritionists, CWNTs, Clerks and other health care employees.
• Must be detail oriented and have proven track record for accuracy.
• 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. 
Position Reports to:
WIC Clinc Director
Hours and Salary:
• Regular work schedule is 7:45a.m. to 4:15 p.m. including 30 minute lunch.
To Apply for this Job: *
Please send resume and cover letter to: gjohnsen@jcsnetwork.com or Fax to: 405-2361871. No phone calls please.

Neighborhood Services Organization is an EEO employer
Application Deadline: Friday, September 11, 2015
 Posted:  8/10/2015

Facilities and Fleet Coordinator-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Neighborhood Services Organization
Name of Job: *
Facilities and Fleet Coordinator
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * The Facilities, Fleet, and Asset Coordinator (“FFA Coordinator”)is responsible for planning, directing, and maintaining NSO’s buildings, grounds, vehicles, and other assets and inventory. 

• Develops, schedules, and implements a Facilities Management Plan to ensure ongoing preventative maintenance for all NSO facilities (both interior and exterior).
• Implements and monitors a preventative maintenance program for all vehicles, tools, and other equipment to ensure cost effective maintenance and adherence to a scheduled maintenance program per manufacturer’s recommendations.
• Responsible for the maintenance and repair of all NSO facilities and vehicles and accurate recordkeeping of the same.
• Solicits proposals from, schedules, and oversees contract personnel performing specialized repair or improvements (HVAC, electrical, etc.) to NSO buildings or vehicles to ensure work complies with contract documents.
• Maintains inventory control of tools, materials, supplies, equipment, and housing assets.
• Performs general carpentry, basic plumbing, preventive maintenance, and repairs on NSO facilities to ensure facilities are safe, meet appropriate code requirements, are clean and in good repair.
• Works closely with program managers to negotiate and resolve any facility work orders. 
• Provides grounds maintenance for NSO facilities, including lawn maintenance, landscaping, and snow and ice removal.
• Provides custodial needs for all housing units/apartments in timely manner such that units/apartments are ready for tours, inspections, and successfully pass any inspections. 
• Oversees and may assist teams of volunteers providing grounds maintenance, building upgrades, custodial, or other facilities-related projects.
• Picks up, tracks, and delivers large-item donations made to the agency. 
• Serves as the primary contact for facility-related emergencies, including alarms or maintenance, which may require evening and weekend work. 
Position Qualifications:
Minimum Requirement: High school diploma or General education degree (GED) is required. Five years’ professional work experience in the building/construction related industries and at least two years’ in facilities and fleet management. Plumbing experience and/or licensing a strong plus. Must have valid driver’s license and auto insurance with satisfactory driving record. Clearance of background check and drug screen.
Position Requirements: • Requires clear, oral, and written skills.
• Must be able to lift, push, and pull at least 50-75 lbs.
• Working Knowledge of Word and Excel and basic computer skills.
• Ability to track and prioritize multiple projects and tasks.
• Ability to work independently.
• Ability to operate machinery and large vehicles, including box truck and pickup truck.
• Methods, practices, materials, tools, and equipment common to facilities and fleet management programs.
• Applicable laws, codes, and regulations related to construction, facilities and fleet maintenance and standards.
• Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the performance of required duties.
• Read and understand blueprints, diagrams, and manuals.
• Good craftsmanship. 
Position Reports to:
CEO
Hours and Salary:
full-time, 8:00 -n 5:00
To Apply for this Job: *
Send resume and cover letter with recent salary history to: gjohnsen@jcsnetwork.com or to sninness@nsokc.org. No phone calls please.

NSO is an EEO employer
Application Deadline: Friday, September 4, 2015
 Posted:  8/7/2015

Program Assistant-AmeriCorps Member-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Camp Fire Heart of Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
Program Assistant: AmeriCorps Member - Half Time
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * The Program Assistant, under the supervision of the Program Director and Director of Outreach, will help run the year-round programs at Camp Fire Heart of Oklahoma. The part-time member will complete 900 hours in a one year period. Members will receive a living allowance during their year of service and an education award of $2,685 upon completion of their term. Duties will include:
• Lead afterschool program at local elementary schools
• Lead small groups at holiday break camps
• Lead small groups of students during Outdoor School Program
• 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: Applicants must be over the age of 17 by September 1, 2015, be a U.S. Citizen or Lawful Permanent Resident, and have received a high school diploma or GED.

While performing the duties of this job, the AmeriCorps member is regularly required to perform physically active roles, requiring full body movement and the strength to lift and carry up to 75-100 pounds. This position requires the physical mobility and endurance to perform tasks while standing/walking for long periods of time (60 minutes or more). Duties of the position will often include working on uneven and unpaved surfaces, as found in summer camp environments; majority of camp areas are not wheelchair accessible. Member 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 and be able to assist campers and guests in an emergency (fire, evacuation, illness, or injury). Member is frequently required to reach with hands and arms as well as talk and hear. Must be able to speak and communicate clearly. 
Position Reports to:
AmeriCorps Site Supervisor
Hours and Salary:
Member will complete 900 hours in a one year period.
To Apply for this Job: *
Send resume and cover letter to Brian Reid - brian@campfireusa-ok.org.
Application Deadline: Monday, August 24, 2015
 Posted:  8/6/2015

Case Manager-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
The Education and Employment Ministry
Name of Job: *
Case Manager
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * Job Scope: The Case Manager is responsible for providing services, assistance, referrals and direction to participants at Teem in a professional and effective manner to empower the individual to achieve personal goals and obtain self-sufficiency. These services include but not limited to conducting assessments, establishing and overseeing service plans, goal setting, record keeping and employment assistance. The Case Manager participates in inter-disciplinary case staffing meetings, programmatic development, and participant problem-solving in compliance with guidelines established by the Oklahoma Department of Corrections and TEEM personnel manual.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities: 
• Insures participant services administered in accordance with staff policies and procedures.
• Conducts assessments with participants to determine the individual’s situation, goals, strengths, and needs.
• Adheres to the confidentiality and right to self-determination of participants.
• Provides accountability for participant compliance with the individual strategy plan and maintains contact with participants on a regular and consistent basis.
• Records and files detailed case notes in TEEM approved MIS system of each assigned participant on a daily basis.
• Provides Information and Referrals (I and R) to participants for assistance with clothing, identification, housing, food, medical care, treatment, counseling, child care, transportation, financial aid, and other re-entry services.
• Participates in weekly inter-disciplinary case staff meetings to discuss challenges, circumstances, and needs associated with participants. 
• Assists with programmatic development such as ongoing research for collaborative opportunities among faith-based, non-profit, for profit, and other community-based organizations.
• Assists and/or coordinates informational workshops for participants. 
• Works with other case managers and staff in a positive, productive manner.
• Participates in the transportation of participants in compliance with Oklahoma Department of Corrections (DOC) regulations.
• Adheres to DOC criteria and guidelines in working with individuals impacted by incarceration.
• Performs other duties as assigned by supervisor.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: 
• Possesses a basic understanding of people in need and/or impacted by incarceration and how to work with such individuals without enabling them.
• Possesses a knowledge of and proficiency in computer software programs.
• Possesses a track record of positive interpersonal relationships.
• Ability to relate to participants and the public in a positive manner.
• Ability to track, document, and maintain up-to-date and accurate records.
• Ability to perform effectively in a changing environment and demonstrate versatility in dealing with a wide range of participants and circumstances.
• Requires commitment to the TEEM philosophy, concept, and program.
• Ability to adhere to TEEM’s policies and procedures. 
Position Qualifications:
Education Required: Bachelor’s Degree
Education Preferred: Master’s Degree
Comment: Bachelor’s Degree required in Human Services field. Master’s Degree preferred in Social Work or Human Services field.
Work Experience: Two years direct services or case management experience preferred.

Position Requirements:
Physical Requirements: The physical demands 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 qualified individuals with physical limitations or disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Position Reports to:
Program Director
To Apply for this Job: *
Email cover letter and resume to Missy Brumley: mbrumley@teem.org
Application Deadline: Friday, September 4, 2015
 Posted:  8/26/2015

Youth and Schools Program Coordinator-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Myriad Gardens Foundation
Name of Job: *
Youth and Schools Program Coordinator
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * The Myriad Gardens Foundation is looking for an enthusiastic individual to join our Education team. Our Education Department is responsible for planning and implementing educational programs for all ages and is looking for someone to manage the development, implementation and evaluation of all educational programs for youth and family, school, and community groups. The Children’s Program Coordinator serves as ambassador at large for Myriad Gardens Foundation, and must demonstrate professional excellence and perform to the Gardens’ standards of quality at all times. 
Position Qualifications: **Bachelor’s degree in Conservation, Botany, Horticulture, or related disciplines.

Computer Equipment and Software Requirements
•Excellent word processing skills; must be proficient with MS Office, especially Excel. 
•Experience in use of standard office equipment.

Certificates, Licenses, Registrations: 
•Valid Driver’s License.

Skills and Abilities Required
•Demonstrated passion for hands-on teaching, particularly about the natural world.
•Demonstrated experience with classroom and field programs.
•Established skill in working with all ages, especially children.
•Basic working knowledge of plant biology and both regional and tropical flora.
•Familiarity or experience with the unique educational context of lifelong learning programs, such as those offered by museums, nature centers, and botanic gardens.
•Experience working with the public school system and familiarity with state education requirements.
•Fundamentally tech-savvy.
•Ability to multi-task and manage a changing, varied, fast-paced workload.
•Exemplary verbal and written communication skills and the ability to interact effectively with staff, volunteers, instructors, and partners.
•Ability to track, detail and complete projects.
•Ability to determine priorities; ability to be both self-directed and work within a team environment. 
•Must have the flexibility and willingness to work on evenings and weekends when required. 
Position Requirements: Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

•Manage the planning, implementation and evaluation of a wide range of plant and garden-related educational and interpretive programs for youth, school, and community groups.

•Ensure programming is relevant, creative, fun and marketable for specific and diverse audiences.

•Work with the Director of Education and Children’s Garden Manager to produce a quarterly written calendar of events with complete information and descriptions for all children’s programs and events.

•Collaborate with the Director of Education to develop a long-range vision and comprehensive plan for fee-based programs built on thorough research of trends and current topical awareness, assessment of current programs, current and potential audiences, the Gardens’ goals and initiatives, potential strategic partnerships, and funding opportunities in alignment with financial goals.

•With the Director of Education, develop, oversee, and evaluate all education programs for children; team with professional organizations to offer continuing education and professional development credits where appropriate.

•Work with the Director of Education and Children’s Garden Manager to develop and implement seasonal exhibits and engaging activities for youth and families.

•Hire, train, and supervise Public Program interns and volunteers to assist in planning and implementing programs, especially those pertaining to school-related events and activities.

•Serve as the primary representative for community outreach to schools and other community groups.

•Perform other duties as assigned.

Supervisory Responsibilities:
Interns and Volunteers 
Position Reports to:
Director of Education
To Apply for this Job: *
Send cover letters and resumes to emcfall@myriadgardens.org

Check out our website for more information on the Gardens. 
www.myriadgardens.org
Application Deadline:  Friday, September 4, 2015
 Posted:  8/6/2015

Licensed Counselor-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
A Chance to Change
Name of Job: *
Licensed Counselor
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * A Chance to Change (in Oklahoma City) is taking applications for licensed counselors with experience to work with substance and other addictions, mental health issues, and co-occurring disorders. LADC required, LPC/LADC or LMFT/LADC preferred. A Change to Change works with a diverse population and funding streams including private insurance, employee assistance programs, SoonerCare and others. Quality client care is our number one goal. 

Paid health benefits, access to specialty training, paid annual CEU’s, paid annual licensure renewal and retirement plan. A Chance to Change is a supportive environment that nurtures counselors’ growth and gives the opportunity for a variety of experiences. 
Position Reports to:
Clinical Director
To Apply for this Job: *
Email resume and cover letter to tboone@achancetochange.org
Application Deadline: Monday, August 31, 2015
 Posted:  8/6/2015