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Customer Service Specialist–OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

NewView Oklahoma, Inc.


Name of Job: *

Customer Service Specialist

What city will this job be located in? *

Oklahoma City

Position Description: *

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

Position Qualifications:

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

Position Requirements:

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

Position Reports to:

Business Development Director

Hours and Salary:

8-5 M-F Salary based on experience

To Apply for this Job: *

Apply online at www.newviewoklahoma.org

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Friday, September 12, 2014

August 25, 2014

AmeriCorps Member-Program Coordinator–Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Meals on Wheels of Metro Tulsa


Name of Job: *

AmeriCorps Member-Program Coordinator

What city will this job be located in? *

Tulsa

Position Description: *

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

Position Qualifications:

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

Position Requirements:

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

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

Position Reports to:

Director of Volunteers

Hours and Salary:

20 hrs p/Wk $13.00 p/hr

To Apply for this Job: *

Send resume and over letter to ddodd@mowtulsa.org

Application Deadline:

Monday, September 15, 2014

Part-time Program Coordinator–OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Paseo Arts Association


Name of Job: *

Part-time Program Coordinator

What city will this job be located in? *

Oklahoma City

Position Description: *

Programs/Events:

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

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

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

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

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

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

Other Duties as Assigned

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

Position Requirements:

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

Position Reports to:

Director

Hours and Salary:

$20,000

To Apply for this Job: *

Email cover letter and resume to director@thepaseo.com

Application Deadline:

Posted On;

Monday, August 25, 2014

August 20, 2014

AmeriCorps Position–Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Community Service Council


Name of Job: *

AmeriCorps Position

What city will this job be located in? *

Tulsa

Position Description: *

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

Position Qualifications:

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

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

Hours and Salary:

20 hours per week - Salary

To Apply for this Job: *

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

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Monday, September 15, 2014

August 22, 2014

Staff Accountant–Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Community Service Council


Name of Job: *

Staff Accountant

What city will this job be located in? *

Tulsa

Position Description: *

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

Position Qualifications:

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

Position Reports to:

Finance Manager

Hours and Salary:

40 hours, Salary negotiable

To Apply for this Job: *

Send resume and cover letter to hr@csctulsa.org

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Monday, September 15, 2014

August 22, 2014

Office Assistant–OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

American Lung Association


Name of Job: *

Office Assistant

What city will this job be located in? *

Oklahoma City

Position Description: *

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

Position Qualifications:

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

Position Requirements:

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

Position Reports to:

Executrive Director

Hours and Salary:

Part time; Salary commensurate with experience

To Apply for this Job: *

Send resume to Jeremy Hughey @jhughey@lungs.org

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Friday, September 5, 2014

August 22, 2014

Assistant Director–OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Parkinson Foundation of Oklahoma


Name of Job: *

Assistant Director

What city will this job be located in? *

Oklahoma City

Position Description: *

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

Position Qualifications:

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


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

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

Position Requirements:

Key Responsibilities:

Fundraising – 50%

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


Community Outreach – 30%

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

Program Development – 20%

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

Position Reports to:

Executive Director

Hours and Salary:

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

To Apply for this Job: *

email cover letter and resume to info@parkinsonoklahoma.com

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Monday, September 15, 2014

August 22, 2014

Executive Director–Chickasha

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Chickasha Public Schools Foundation


Name of Job: *

Executive Director

What city will this job be located in? *

Chickasha

Position Description: *

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

Position Qualifications:

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

Position Requirements:

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

Position Reports to:

President and Board of Directors

Hours and Salary:

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

To Apply for this Job: *

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

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Friday, September 26, 2014

August 22, 2014

Executive Director–Norman

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Cleveland County CASA


Name of Job: *

Executive Director

What city will this job be located in? *

Norman

Position Description: *

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

Position duties include:

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

Position Qualifications:

Candidates must have:

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

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

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

Position Reports to:

Board of Directors

Hours and Salary:

Salary commensurate with experience

To Apply for this Job: *

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

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Friday, September 12, 2014

August 20, 2014

BBBSOK Area Director - Claremore (PT)

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Big Brothers Big Sisters of OK


Name of Job: *

BBBSOK Area Director - Claremore (PT)

What city will this job be located in? *

Claremore

Position Description: *

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

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

Position Qualifications:

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

Position Reports to:

BBBSOK Area Director Tulsa

To Apply for this Job: *

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

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Thursday, September 18, 2014

August 20, 2014

BBBSOK Area Director - Shawnee

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Big Brothers Big Sisters of OK


Name of Job: *

BBBSOK Area Director - Shawnee

What city will this job be located in? *

Shawnee

Position Description: *

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

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

Position Qualifications:

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

Position Reports to:

Regional Resource Director

To Apply for this Job: *

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

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Thursday, September 18, 2014

August 20, 2014

Major Gifts Officer–OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum



Name of Job: *

Major Gifts Officer

What city will this job be located in? *

Oklahoma City

Position Description: *

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

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

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

KEY RESPONSIBLITIES:

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Position Qualifications:

QUALIFICATIONS:

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

To Apply for this Job: *

APPLY AT:

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

Human Resources

National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum

1700 NE 63rd Street, Oklahoma City, OK  73111

hr@nationalcowboymuseum.org

Accounts Receivable Bookkeeper–OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Dale Rogers Training Center


Name of Job: *

Accounts Receivable Bookkeeper

What city will this job be located in? *

Oklahoma City

Position Description: *

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

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

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

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

Position Qualifications:

QUALIFICATIONS:

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

Position Requirements:

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

Hours and Salary:

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

To Apply for this Job: *













Posted On:

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

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


August 20, 2014

Full Time Emergency Shelter Culinary Artist/Cook–OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

YWCA Oklahoma City


Name of Job: *

Full Time Emergency Shelter Culinary Artist/Cook

What city will this job be located in? *

Oklahoma City

Position Description: *

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

Position Qualifications:

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

Position Requirements:

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

To Apply for this Job: *

Join our dedicated team and make a difference. EOE.

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

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Friday, August 29, 2014

August 20, 2014

Assistant Director of Shelter Operations–OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

YWCA Oklahoma City


Name of Job: *

Assistant Director of Shelter Operations

What city will this job be located in? *

Oklahoma City

Position Description: *

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

Position Qualifications:

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

Position Requirements:

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

To Apply for this Job: *

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

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Friday, August 29, 2014

August 20, 2014

Client Advocate–OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Neighborhood Services Organization


Name of Job: *

Client Advocate

What city will this job be located in? *

Oklahoma City

Position Description: *

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

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

Position Qualifications:

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

Position Requirements:

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

Position Reports to:

Housing Director

Hours and Salary:

part time

To Apply for this Job: *

Send resume and cover letter to LKELLEY@NSOOKC.ORG

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Friday, September 5, 2014

August 20, 2014

Property Manager/Community Administrator–Choctaw

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Volunteers of America of Oklahoma


Name of Job: *

Property Manager/Community Administrator

What city will this job be located in? *

Choctaw

Position Description: *

The Property Manager/Community Administrator is responsible for the daily operations and oversight of the affordable senior housing community, including supervision of staff, building maintenance, all administrative duties for both internal and external agencies, and maintaining consistent, high quality, positive relationships with the residents of the property in support of the mission of Volunteers of America.

The ideal candidate will possess 5+ consecutive years of experience as a Property Manager/Community Administrator on affordable senior housing properties, HUD properties, have the ability to manage finances, work within a budget, possess excellent communication and customer service skills and have the ability to solve problems associated with property management. Certified Occupancy Specialist (COS) certification preferred.

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

To view additional job and company information visit www.voaok.org.

To Apply for this Job: *

Interested applicants may submit a cover letter and resume to: schambers@voaok.org.

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

August 20, 2014

Property Manager/Community Administrator–OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Volunteers of America of Oklahoma


Name of Job: *

Property Manager/Community Administrator

What city will this job be located in? *

Oklahoma City

Position Description: *

The Property Manager/Community Administrator is responsible for the daily operations and oversight of the affordable senior housing community, including supervision of staff, building maintenance, all administrative duties for both internal and external agencies, and maintaining consistent, high quality, positive relationships with the residents of the property in support of the mission of Volunteers of America.

The ideal candidate will possess 5+ consecutive years of experience as a Property Manager/Community Administrator on affordable senior housing properties, HUD properties, have the ability to manage finances, work within a budget, possess excellent communication and customer service skills and have the ability to solve problems associated with property management. Certified Occupancy Specialist (COS) certification preferred.

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

To view additional job and company information visit www.voaok.org.

To Apply for this Job: *

Interested applicants may submit a cover letter and resume to: schambers@voaok.org.

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

August 20, 2014

Development Coordinator–OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Metropolitan Library System


Name of Job: *

Development Coordinator

What city will this job be located in? *

Oklahoma City

Position Description: *

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

Position Qualifications:

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

Hours and Salary:

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

To Apply for this Job: *

http://jobs.metrolibrary.org

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Friday, September 5, 2014

August 20, 2014

Systems Administrator/IT Support–OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum


Name of Job: *

Systems Administrator/IT Support

What city will this job be located in? *

Oklahoma City

Position Description: *

General Duties: Responsible for designing, organizing, modifying, and supporting the Museums network, server, telephony, computer systems, databases and websites. The candidate must be a self-starter who is able to work with minimal technical direction and has a minimum of three years’ experience in the IT field.

Specific Responsibilities:
Design and deploy networks
Administer servers, desktop computers, laptops, tablets, printers, routers, switches, firewalls, phones, and smartphones
Software deployment, security updates, drivers and patches
Manage performance and security on servers
System backups, archiving and disaster recovery
VMware ESX and ESXi server
MS Windows Server OS
Active Directory
Group Policy
Cisco Meraki firewalls and switches
VMware ESX and ESXi server MS Office
FTP
RADIUS and DMZ WiFi
MS Exchange
Research, recommend and implement new software, hardware, and technology
Web programming
HTML
SQL
Provide assistance with website
Strong Database knowledge
Train and offer technical assistance to approximately 80 end users
Diagnose and resolve hardware and software problems
Assist with fax and copy machine issues
Assist with security access control and video surveillance systems
Administer Toshiba phone system
Maintain and update gallery kiosks
Support laptops, tablets, printers, routers, switches, firewalls, phones, smartphones, and software deployment

Position Requirements:

Associates Degree required; combination of experience and education will be considered
Work closely with the Manager of Information Technology
Maintain a professional and cordial relationship with all staff
Self-motivated - Work with minimal supervision
Ability and desire to learn and adapt to rapid changing technology
Prioritized daily tasks, complete accurately, efficiently, and in a timely manner
Able to lift 50+ pounds

Position Reports to:

Manager of Information Technology

Hours and Salary:

Position is a 40 hour a week Monday-Friday. The hours are 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. with occasional evening and weekend hours

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Posted On:

Submit resume to hr@nationalcowboymuseum.org

No Phone Calls Please

August 20. 2014

Special Events Executive–OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Girl Scouts-Western Oklahoma


Name of Job: *

Special Events Executive

What city will this job be located in? *

Oklahoma City

Position Description: *

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

Special Events Executive

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


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

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

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

August 20, 2014

Lawton Outreach Coordinator–Lawton

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Oklahoma Chapter, Alzheimer's Association


Name of Job: *

Lawton Outreach Coordinator

What city will this job be located in? *

Lawton

Position Description: *

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

Position Qualifications:

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

Position Requirements:

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

Position Reports to:

Regional Director

Hours and Salary:

DOE

To Apply for this Job: *

Forward resume to okhr@alz.org

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Thursday, August 28, 2014

August 19, 2014

Accounting Supervisor–OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Variety Care


Name of Job: *

Accounting Supervisor

What city will this job be located in? *

Oklahoma City

Position Description: *

Summary of Duties and Responsibilities:

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



Primary Duties and Responsibilities:

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

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

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

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

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

6. Performs monthly reconciliations of company bank accounts.

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

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

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

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

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

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

13. Performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.

Position Qualifications:


Requirements, Special Skills or Knowledge:

1. Accounting Bachelor’s degree is required.

2. Certified Public Accountant preferred but not required.

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

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

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

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

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

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

9. Ability to analyze and solve problems.

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

Position Requirements:


ADA Requirements:

1. Must be able to lift 25 pounds

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

3. Must have excellent concentration ability.

Position Reports to:

Director of Finance

Hours and Salary:

Full Time

To Apply for this Job: *

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

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

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Monday, September 15, 2014

August 19, 2014

Program Manager - Day Camps/Travel–Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma


Name of Job: *

Program Manager - Day Camps/Travel

What city will this job be located in? *

Tulsa

Position Description: *

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

Position Qualifications:

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

Position Reports to:

Program Director

Hours and Salary:

37.5 hours/ $40k-42k

To Apply for this Job: *

Email resume along with salary requirements -

dchambers@gseok.or

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Thursday, September 18, 2014

August 19, 2014

Program Manager - large events–Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma


Name of Job: *

Program Manager - large events

What city will this job be located in? *

Tulsa

Position Description: *

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

Position Qualifications:

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

Position Reports to:

Program Director

Hours and Salary:

37.5 weekly - 40k-42k

To Apply for this Job: *

Email resume and salary requirements to:

dchambers@gseok.org

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Thursday, September 18, 2014

August 19. 2014

Executive Director–Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

United Campus Ministry at the University of Tulsa


Name of Job: *

Executive Director

What city will this job be located in? *

Tulsa

Position Description: *

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

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

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


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


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

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

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

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

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

Position Reports to:

United Campus Ministry Board

To Apply for this Job: *

Please send resume to ucmsearch@gmail.com.

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Friday, September 26, 2014

August 18, 2014

Exhibition Coordinator–Norman

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

University of Oklahoma Libraries


Name of Job: *

Exhibition Coordinator

What city will this job be located in? *

Norman

Position Description: *

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

Position Qualifications:

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

Position Requirements:

To Apply for this Job: *

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

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

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

August 18, 2014

Red Shield Club After School Program Aide–El Reno

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

The Salvation Army


Name of Job: *

Red Shield Club After School Program Aide

What city will this job be located in? *

El Reno, Ok

Position Description: *

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

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

Position Qualifications:

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

CPR and First Aid Certified, preferred

Valid State Drivers' License

Position Requirements:

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

MENTAL AND PHYSICAL ABILITIES:

Ability to meet attendance requirements.

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

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

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

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

Ability to display eye-hand coordination.

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

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

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

Position Reports to:

Program Director

To Apply for this Job: *

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

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

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

AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER



Posted On:  August 18, 2014

Volunteer Center Trainer Seasonal–OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma


Name of Job: *

Volunteer Center Trainer Seasonal

What city will this job be located in? *

Oklahoma City

Position Description: *

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

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

Position Qualifications:

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

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

Position Requirements:

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

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

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

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

Position Reports to:

Director of Volunteerism

Hours and Salary:

Tuesday - Saturday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings

To Apply for this Job: *

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

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Monday, August 25, 2014

August 18, 2014

Area Director–Stillwater

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Oklahoma


Name of Job: *

Area Director

What city will this job be located in? *

Shawnee, OK

Position Description: *

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

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

Position Qualifications:

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

Position Reports to:

Regional Resource Director

To Apply for this Job: *

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

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Friday, September 12, 2014

August 18, 2014

Bookkeeper/Accountant–Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Camp Fire Green Country


Name of Job: *

Bookkeeper/Accountant

What city will this job be located in? *

Tulsa

Position Description: *

Immediate opening. Responsible for all bookkeeping and accounting functions, grants financial management and basic personnel and HR functions.

Position Qualifications:

Bachelor's in Accounting or Business preferred, 2-5 years experience in accounting, non-profit accounting a plus. Able to work 30-40 hours per week in downtown Tulsa location. Microsoft Excel and standard accounting software competency. Good analytical skills a must.

Position Requirements:

Demonstrated competency is basic bookkeeping and accounting functions, including accounts payable, payroll, general and subsidiary ledger entries, financial report preparation and reconciliation, budget development and reporting, audit and IRS Form 990 prep, grants management and basic personnel and HR functions.

Position Reports to:

Executive Director

Hours and Salary:

Mon-Fri, 8:00 to 4:30. Pay commiserate with qualifications

To Apply for this Job: *

Send resume and cover letter to jobs@tulsacampfire.org

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Monday, September 15, 2014

August 18, 2014

Building Foundations Support Specialist–OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Homeless Alliance


Name of Job: *

Building Foundations Support Specialist

What city will this job be located in? *

Oklahoma City

Position Description: *

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

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

Position Qualifications:

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

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

Position Requirements:

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

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

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

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

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

Position Reports to:

Program Manager

Hours and Salary:

40 Hours; 28,000-32,000 DOE

To Apply for this Job: *

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

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Monday, September 15, 2014

August 18, 2014

Operations Manager–OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Jesus House


Name of Job: *

Operations Manager

What city will this job be located in? *

Oklahoma City

Position Description: *

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

Position Qualifications:

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

Position Requirements:

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

Position Reports to:

Executive Director

Hours and Salary:

Full Time; Salary commensurate with experience.

To Apply for this Job: *

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

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Friday, September 12, 2014

August 18, 2014

Membership Manager and Development Associate–OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Myriad Botanical Gardens


Name of Job: *

Membership Manager and Development Associate

What city will this job be located in? *

Oklahoma City

Position Description: *

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

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

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

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

Position Qualifications:

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

Position Requirements:

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

Position Reports to:

Development Director

Hours and Salary:

Full Time; We offer a competitive salary and benefits package

To Apply for this Job: *



Posted On:

Interested candidates can email their cover letter and resume to Kelley Barnes, Director of Development, kbarnes@myriadgardens.org.
No phone calls, please.

August 18, 2014

Ticket Operations Assistant–OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma


Name of Job: *

Ticket Operations Assistant

What city will this job be located in? *

Oklahoma City

Position Description: *

Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma seeks a part-time ticket operations assistant. Duties include selling tickets over the phone and in person via computer-based systems, working the box office window before and during shows, learning and using two different ticket services, mailing and exchanging tickets, answering and transferring multiple phone lines, handling all office incoming and outgoing mail, handling all group sales accounts, and other duties as assigned.This individual must be extremely detail oriented, particularly with complex situations in a fast-paced environment.

Position Qualifications:

Applicant must:
• Be computer savvy (Windows environment)
• Have excellent and accurate typing skills
• Have a pleasant demeanor, including on the phone
• Have the ability to multi-task
• Provide excellent customer service
• Be a self-motivator and team player
• Be very organized

Position Requirements:

Some evenings and weekends required as well as work during regular business hours.

Position Reports to:

Ticket Operations Manager

Hours and Salary:

29 hours per week, $13 per hour

To Apply for this Job: *

To Apply for this Job: Email cover letter and resume to: Scott@LyricTheatreOKC.com

Or mail cover letter and resume to:
 Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma
 Attn: Scott Bartel
 1727 NW 16th Street
 Oklahoma City, OK 73106
             
Cover letters and resumes must be submitted by August 29th as interviews will be held the week of September 1st.

NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE.

The position starts September 15th.

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Friday, August 29, 2014\

August 18, 2014

Grant Writer–OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

YWCA Oklahoma City


Name of Job: *

Grant Writer

What city will this job be located in? *

Oklahoma City

Position Description: *

This position is responsible for the preparation of proposals and grant applications, and performance of responsible, professional and administrative work in researching, identifying, developing and responding to public and private grant opportunities. This is a full time position and benefits include health insurance, paid vacation and retirement.

Position Qualifications:

Qualifications include: Strong grammar, and written/verbal communication, advanced knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel, excellent organization and prioritization skills; and the ability to be self-motivated and self-directed. Precise attention to detail and deadlines are also required.

Position Requirements:

Bachelor’s Degree required and minimum of three years grant writing experience preferred.

To Apply for this Job: *

Visit www.ywcaokc.org, click on employment and follow the directions for applying for this position.

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Friday, August 29, 2014

August 15, 2014

Staff Attorney–OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

CAIR Oklahoma


Name of Job: *

Staff Attorney

What city will this job be located in? *

Oklahoma City

Position Description: *

CAIR Oklahoma is seeking a full-time staff attorney to work in our Oklahoma City office and serve the statewide Muslim community in issues related to discrimination, civil rights, and immigration.

Benefits included (medical, dental, and vision). Paid vacations and state holidays.

Position Qualifications:

• Strong knowledge of constitutional law, civil procedure, immigration law, and family law.
• Strong oral and written communication skills, and strong legal research skills.
• Demonstrate commitment to protecting Muslim civil liberties in the United States.
• Demonstrate initiative and willingness to work collaboratively with others.
• Demonstrate organizational skills and ability to maintain a heavy case load.
• Must be creative, flexible, and have a positive attitude. • Must be admitted to the Oklahoma State Bar and be admissible to the US District Court.
• Previous litigation experience preferred.

Position Requirements:

The staff attorney responsibilities include but are not limited to: the intake and documentation of complaints of religious discrimination and other civil rights violations; coordination with other civil rights organizations; legal research; working with employers, schools and other organizations on religious accommodations and community outreach; and coordinate and conduct public speaking events/educational workshops.

When necessary engage in civil rights litigation and advocacy for CAIR Oklahoma, including but not limited to representing complainants who are victim of religious discrimination; negotiate settlements with the opposing party; filing complaints in State or Federal court; litigate; and collaborating with other private attorneys or groups as needed.

The staff attorney will be required to use creative legal solutions to address systematic issues affecting the Muslim community, not just confined to litigation. Advocacy initiatives many times require legal counsel in a non-litigious setting. The staff attorney may also directly supervise the work of externs/interns in the department.

The staff attorney will also assist in monitoring legislation that will impact the Muslim community and work on government affairs accordingl

Position Reports to:

Executive Director

Hours and Salary:

Commensurate with experience

To Apply for this Job: *

Submit a resume, cover letter, two formal legal writing samples, and a list of at least three references, along with copies of relevant academic certificates. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Send to the attention of Adam Soltani: via email to asoltani@cair.com or postal mail to 3000 United Founders Blvd., Suite 110, Oklahoma City, OK 73112.

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Monday, September 15, 2014

August 15, 2014

Part-Time Receptionist–OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

YWCA Oklahoma City


Name of Job: *

Part-Time Receptionist

What city will this job be located in? *

Oklahoma City

Position Description: *

The YWCA Oklahoma City is searching for a part-time receptionist for approximately 20 hours per week. The position is responsible for answering the main phone line, meeting and greeting visitors in a friendly, professional manner and various other clerical duties.

Position Qualifications:

The successful candidate will be out-going, personable, professional, flexible and reliable. Must have the ability to multitask in a fast paced environment, interact with a diverse population and maintain client confidentiality. Bilingual a plus. EOE.

Position Requirements:

High school diploma, one year reception and customer relations experience and knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel required.

To Apply for this Job: *

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

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Friday, August 29, 2014

August 15, 2014

Match Support Specialist - AmeriCorps–Norman

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Oklahoma


Name of Job: *

Match Support Specialist - AmeriCorps

What city will this job be located in? *

Norman

Position Description: *

Summary:
Reporting to the Match Support Manager, this position monitors and supports volunteer-child match relationships to achieve child safety, positive impacts for youth, and a strong sense of affiliation with BBBS. As an AmeriCorp member this position will require 1,700 hours of service during in a one year period. In addtion to a living allowance during their year of service members will recieve an education award of $5,645 when the term is completed.

Responsibilities
• Through scheduled in-person, telephone and electronic contact, ascertain that the elements of child safety, match relationship development, positive youth development and volunteer satisfaction are fulfilled and that potential problems and barriers are discussed constructively and in a timely fashion.
• Document and monitor all elements of match support and supervision in the agency information system according to BBBSOK guidelines.
• Assess training, information and support needs for each match participant to assure a positive youth development experience for the child, and successful and satisfying experience for the volunteer.
• Apply child safety and risk management knowledge, policies and procedures throughout all aspects of job function.
• Implement strategic interventions to maintain and strengthen match.
• Assist with the development of match activities and promote match activities to support ongoing volunteer involvement.
• Establish, monitor and meet program goals for match contact, length and customer satisfaction.
• Conduct exit interview meetings with all parties at match closure. Assess reasons for match closure and re-match potential.
• School-based Match Support staff will complete the following tasks: cultivate the relationship with school partners and school officials; collaborate with partners to grow the school-based program; conduct volunteer trainings and activities at the school; attend school meetings and/or teacher meetings to promote BBBS.
• Assist with volunteer appreciation events.
• Assist with recruitment, agency events, and special tasks that arise in program department as needed.

Qualifications
• Bachelors’ degree required preferably in social services.
• Experience working with diverse populations in diverse settings; youth development; understanding child safety/negative indicators; and/or mentoring relationships
• Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing.
• Spanish language proficiency a plus
• Proven ability to manage multiple projects and prioritize.
• Demonstrated ability to work within a team setting.
• Excellent problem-solving skills.
• Self-motivated and results driven.
• Advanced Proficiency in computer programs, particularly Microsoft Office.
• Ability to read and interpret documents such as procedure manuals and work instructions.
• Ability to work some evenings and weekends.

Position Reports to:

Match Support Manager

To Apply for this Job: *

Please send cover letter and resume to brandi.dunkel@bbbsok.org

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Monday, September 1, 2014

August 15, 2014

Transportation Resource Center Coordinator- Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
INCOG
Name of Job: *
Transportation Resource Center Coordinator
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa
Position Description: * INCOG, the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for the Tulsa metropolitan area, is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Transportation Resource Center Coordinator. The position is responsible for the following tasks:

•Responsible for all Carpool & Vanpool initiatives in the region. The task requires managing the website www.tulsatrc.org and all associated activities with specific attention toward improving travel choices in the region.

•Coordinating & matching of the transportation needs of elderly, low-income or persons with disabilities with all available rural and urban transit systems throughout the Tulsa Metropolitan Area to improve overall mobility.

•Work closely with various Alternative Transportation projects at INCOG that primarily involve planning and promotion of bicycle and pedestrian components as well as transit related projects. 

•Work with human services agencies to match transit needs with resources and provide meaningful services to various clientele or the providers. 



INCOG offers a comprehensive benefits package, including, medical, vision, dental and retirement plans, and a deferred compensation plan. Specific compensation will be based on the candidate’s qualifications and experience. 
Position Qualifications:
Qualified candidates will possess a bachelor’s degree or higher in public relations or urban planning, and relevant work experience of one year or more in the areas mentioned. Candidates with experience in metropolitan transportation planning are preferred. Demonstrated use of Microsoft Office programs is required. Candidate must have demonstrated written and verbal communication skills. Web based editing and social network management skills are a plus.
Position Requirements: The work requires mature judgment and independent initiative, with ability to organize work efficiently and work well with agencies as well as the public. This position is responsible for improving business and community support for transportation coordination as well as building supportive community networks. It will require the development and distribution of information that explains how to utilize the available resources in meeting the diverse travel needs of clients and agencies. Work requires a special understanding of the needs and behavior of clients served. The position will also be responsible for exploring and communicating opportunities to generate additional resources. 
Position Reports to:
Transportation Planning & Programs Manager
Hours and Salary:
40/week; Based on qualifications
To Apply for this Job: *
To apply please submit your cover letter and resume to: INCOG Personnel Director, 2 West 2nd Street, Suite 800, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 74103-3123 or email to: incog@incog.org.
Application Deadline: Friday, September 12, 2014

Communications and Mentor Coordinator- OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Citizens Caring for Children
Name of Job: *
Communications and Mentor Coordinator
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: *
Citizens Caring for Children is seeking a Communications & Mentor Coordinator who will work under the supervision of the Executive Director to assist in the development and implementation of CCC’s marketing strategy and oversee the Mentor program. This is a full-time, salaried position that will require working some nights and weekends as needed/directed
Position Qualifications: Communications
 Execute marketing and communications plan that promotes Citizens Caring for Children to the community. 
 Develop materials required for all fundraising and development functions, including annual fund, planned giving, donor management, direct mail, cultivation events, gifts-in-kind and strategic planning and execution.
 Oversee social media platforms and CCC’s donor/client database, Razor’s Edge.
 Edit website information as needed.
 Create all marketing materials promoting Citizens Caring for Children’s programs.
 Assist with preparing grants and proposals for presentation to potential donors.
 Oversee online and third-party fundraising activities. 
 Research and implement ways to build engagement and advocacy, design surveys, analyze data, write client reports and deliver insights and recommendations.
 Conduct Resource Center tours and attend speaking engagements that promote CCC’s programs to the community.
 Serve on the Marketing Committee for Citizens Caring for Children.
 Provide support to CCC fundraisers.
 Other tasks as directed by Executive Director.


Mentor
 Establish and maintain Mentor program policies and procedures.
 Develop curriculum for training and conducting initial and ongoing training for mentors.
 Facilitate mentor program matching process.
 Provide ongoing support system for mentor and mentee.
 Facilitate monthly mentor meetings.
 Publish monthly e-newsletter, Mentor Messenger.
 Facilitate and organize group activities and outings. 
Position Reports to:
Executive Director
Hours and Salary:
9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Monday thru Friday (some evenings and weekends)
To Apply for this Job: *
Send cover letter, resume, and salary range requirements to Sherri O'Neil at soneil@cccokc.org
Application Deadline: Friday, August 22, 2014

Chief Financial Officer- OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Sunbeam Family Services
Name of Job: *
Chief Financial Officer
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: *
The Chief Financial Officer is responsible for all financial matters of Sunbeam and its affiliate Organizations. The CFO will report to and work closely with the Chief Executive Officer. In addition, s/he will partner with the senior leadership and the board of directors to develop and implement strategies across the organization. The CFO will oversee all compliance and recognition for government (federal and state) contracts and private grants. S/he must be able to adapt to a continually evolving environment and thrive in an autonomous and deadline-oriented workplace.
Position Qualifications: EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE: 
The Chief Financial Officer will be a seasoned and mature leader with at least 7-10 years of broad finance experience, ideally beginning in audit, followed by experience gathering and evaluating financial information and making actionable recommendations to senior leadership. S/he will ideally have experience managing finance (accounting, budgeting, control, and reporting) for a complex nonprofit with multiple funding sources including government (federal and state) contracts and an affiliate structure with diverse program areas delivered nationally.
The Chief Financial Officer will have the following experience and attributes:

• A minimum of a BS; a CPA and/or MBA would be a plus.

• At least two years’ experience as CFO or equivalent, preferably in a nonprofit organization with a budget of at least $4 million.

• Experience in a senior financial-management role, partnering with executive staff, resulting in the development and implementation of creative financial management strategies.

• Significant experience in or knowledge of nonprofit accounting, including sophisticated fund and grant accounting, compliance, and reporting.

• Knowledge and understanding of the Office of Management and Budget Circular A133 audit.

• Experience working with information technology staff to manage finance and accounting software packages.

• Excellent written and oral communication skills.

• Demonstrated leadership ability, team management, and interpersonal skills.

• Excellent analytical and abstract reasoning skills, plus excellent organization skills.

ADDITIONAL JOB REQUIREMENTS:
Clearance of background check and drug screen. 

A driver’s license and up to date insurance on motor vehicle in accordance with state law and agency requirements.

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS: 
Preference will be given to candidates with Certified Public Accountant designation.

SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:
Ability to handle a variety of work assignments, to work with the public, to exercise confidentiality and abide by agency code of ethics.

Excellent communications skills required

Must be able to type, operate a calculator and use a computer.

COMPUTER EQUIPMENT AND SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS:
Microsoft Office Suite with emphasis on Excel, Sage MIP or compatible system
Internet
Excellent computer skills
Able to handle multiple tasks and stay organized
Voice Mail
E-mail
Network computer workstation
Copier 
Fax
Security alarm system
Calculator 
Position Requirements: ESSENTIAL DUTIES:

• Assume major management responsibilities for the overall operations of the agency’s financial activities consistent with agency philosophy, procedures, and accountability requirements. 

• Demonstrate capacity for providing developmentally appropriate and evidence-based practice, for exemplifying the values expected within the program, and for promoting the mission of the organization.

• Oversee cash flow planning and ensure availability of funds as needed.

• Oversee cash, investment, and asset management.

• Oversee financing strategies and activities, as well as banking relationships.

• Develop and utilize forward-looking, predictive models and activity-based financial analyses to provide insight into the organization’s operations and business plans.

• Coordinate the development and monitoring of budgets.

• Develop financial business plans and forecasts.

• Participate in corporate policy development as a member of the executive team.

• Remain up to date on nonprofit audit best practices and state and federal law regarding nonprofit operations.

• Responsible for collaborating with COO to design and implement budget process that includes program input. 

• Oversee the accounting department to ensure proper maintenance of all accounting systems and functions; supervise finance staff.

• Ensure maintenance of appropriate internal controls and financial procedures.

• Ensure timeliness, accuracy, and usefulness of financial and management reporting for federal and state funders, foundations, and board of directors; oversee the preparation and communication of monthly and annual financial statements.

• Coordinate audits and proper filing of tax returns.

• Oversee the human resources (HR) department to ensure proper maintenance of all HR systems and functions; supervise HR staff

• Oversee the information technology (IT) and administrative departments to ensure administrative and IT needs are met in a proactive and timely manner.

• Oversee data management process so that decision making is guided by the use of real time accurate information.

• Ensure a system of providing information and regular reporting of data for the Executive team.

• Ensure legal and regulatory compliance regarding all financial and human resource functions

ACCOUNTABILITIES:

• Performs required duties in a manner that demonstrates compliance with Sunbeam's Culturally Competent Practice Policy. Adheres to agency policy and procedure as well as those of grants/contracts so that the work of the agency is systematized and effective and the work of the finance and human resource departments are adequately and appropriately coordinated with programs of service. 

• Represent Sunbeam and affiliate organizations to financial partners, including financial institutions, investors, foundation executives, auditors, public officials, etc.

• Serves as financial liaison to the board of directors and business operations committee as well as PQI team. In addition, serves as financial liaison to the Foundation for Sunbeam Family Services and OKC Educare.

• Performs other duties as necessary and assigned in a timely and efficient manner. 
To Apply for this Job: *
Please apply online at www.sunbeamfamilyservices.org
Application Deadline: Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Program Director - Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Oklahoma United Methodist Circle of Care


Name of Job: *

Program Director - Pearl's Hope

What city will this job be located in? *

Tulsa

Position Description: *

Oklahoma United Methodist Circle of Care is seeking a Program Director for our Tulsa-based Pearl’s Hope program. The Program Director will provide supervision and monitoring of our transitional living program to assist mothers with children from abused or deprived backgrounds who are homeless or face the loss of custody of their dependent children due to the danger of homelessness.

Position Qualifications:

Must have experience with budget procedures, and have the ability to develop, maintain, and monitor program budgets. Must work effectively as part of a leadership team for the best interests of the children and youth and their families, and other staff. A Masters Degree and experience in the Social Services field are required. Full-time position with benefits.

To Apply for this Job: *

Applicants should send a resume and cover letter to tod.bryant@circleofcare.org.

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Friday, August 29, 2014

August 14, 2014

Development Manager–Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Reading Partners


Name of Job: *

Development Manager

What city will this job be located in? *

Tulsa, OK

Position Description: *

Reading Partners is a nonprofit literacy organization that recruits and trains community volunteers to provide one-on-one reading tutoring to students in under-resourced schools across the country. Our highly-effective program has helped thousands of children master the fundamental reading skills they need to succeed in school and beyond. For more information, please visit www.readingpartners.org.

POSITION SUMMARY
The Development Manager is based out of our Tulsa office and works closely with the Executive Director to support a $900,000+ FY15 budget for Reading Partners Tulsa programming. The Development Manager is responsible for providing the primary fundraising planning and support to fund expansion in FY15, with a goal of $600K by supporting the Executive Director with increasing and stewarding local individual, foundation, and corporate funders.

This is a full time, exempt, salaried position with comprehensive benefits and generous vacation and sick time. Salary is highly competitive and commensurate with experience.

RESPONSIBILITIES
*Grant writing/Donor records*
-Research and write grants and reports for donors and new prospects
-Manage the donor database and act as the quality assurance officer to ensure that information is entered accurately
-Reconcile the donor database to financial reports on a regular basis
-Track correspondence and meetings with donors, ensuring that all information is housed in the donor database
-Liaise with the finance department to ensure that Reading -Partners accurately reports expenditures of grants received

*Donor cultivation & stewardship*
-Conduct prospect research to identify funders for Reading Partners Tulsa
-Work with program staff to organize site visits and events for donors and new prospects at Reading Partners schools and private venues
-Compose customized donor correspondence for the Executive Director(s)
-Create appropriate cultivation and solicitation strategies, and work together with manager and team to execute individualized action plans
-Manage Reading Partners’ donor recognition, retention, and stewardship programs in partnership with Supervisor
-Ensure that the Tulsa region follows the national calendar for donor touch points, customizing each piece with local information

*Leadership*
-Oversee fundraising operational systems in Salesforce and provide regular reports to Executive Director, Regional Board, and national team tracking the progress to goal and status of the moves management process
-Plan and coordinate an annual large-scale fundraising event and 1-3 additional small-scale events throughout the year
-Collaborate with other staff members and provide support as needed on public funding opportunities

*Strategic Management*
-Collaborate with the Executive Director to craft strategic plans for each funding stream and measures of success to ensure that Tulsa meets annual and long-term fundraising goals
-Provide guidance and assist the Executive Director in managing and supporting the Regional Boards’ fundraising initiatives
-Design donor cultivation plans to maximize giving potential of current donors and secure new prospects
-Develop and support implementation of tailored solicitation requests to individual donors, foundations, and corporations

*External Relations*
-Support the Executive Director in preparing for, attending, and following up on funder cultivation and stewardship meetings
-Manage a portfolio of external relationships and participate in meetings with board members, individual donors, and foundation and corporate contacts as needed

Position Qualifications:

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS
-5+ years of professional work experience, preferably in education or the nonprofit sector
-3+ years experience in fund development with an emphasis on portfolio management
-Experience with event planning
-Strong verbal communications skills and demonstrated ability to write clearly and persuasively
-Demonstrated ability to engage and inspire a wide range of stakeholders
-Thorough understanding of strategic development with a track record of creating and implementing innovative solutions to meet pressing organizational needs
-Strong partnership-building skills with measurable success in developing creative and mutually beneficial business
-Demonstrated commitment to accountability, measuring outcomes and a results-oriented culture.
-Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience
-Computer literacy, with experience with fundraising databases

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS
-Experience in the fields of education or literacy
-Experience with high growth nonprofits
-Experience working with Salesforce or similar CRM software

Position Requirements:

TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS
This position requires occasional travel throughout the region in order to attend funder meetings, school site visits, and other community events. This position may also involve occasional travel to Reading Partners National Headquarters in Oakland, CA.

TYPICAL PHYSICAL & MENTAL DEMANDS
Requires prolonged sitting with some bending, stooping and stretching, eye-hand coordination and manual dexterity sufficient to operate a keyboard, telephone, photocopier, calculator and other office equipment. Requires normal range of hearing and eyesight to communicate with volunteers, funders, and staff. Also requires flexibility to readily adapt to a changing environment.

Position Reports to:

Executive Director, Tulsa

Hours and Salary:

This is a full time, exempt, salaried position with comprehensive benefits and generous vacation and sick time.

To Apply for this Job: *

Please visit our careers page to apply:
http://bit.ly/RPTulsaDM

Logan County Coordinator- Logan County

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
United Way of Central Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
Logan County Coordinator
What city will this job be located in? *
Logan County
Position Description: * United Way of Central Oklahoma seeking a part-time (22.5 hours per week) Logan County United Way Coordinator. Applicant must have the ability to work with volunteers, good communication skills and comfortable with public speaking. Must have knowledge of social services, and familiar with non-profit agency management/board structure, budgeting and program evaluation, ability to efficiently handle multiple projects simultaneously and be a team player. Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university preferred; however in lieu of degree, experience can be accepted with President/CEO approval. A minimum of one to two years experience with United Way or other nonprofit organization preferred. Applicant must be a resident of Logan County. 
To Apply for this Job: *
Send resume and salary range to Human Resources, United Way, PO Box 837, or email ltharp@unitedwayokc.org by August 22, 2014.
Application Deadline: Friday, August 22, 2014

Resource Development Account Executive- OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
United Way of Central Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
Resource Development Account Executive
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: *
The United Way of Central Oklahoma is now accepting applications for a full-time Resource Development Account Executive.

The purpose of the position is to develop and implement working relationships with volunteers in a diverse number of corporations and agencies. Assist in the planning and implementation of the annual campaign to help corporations and agencies meet their maximum potential for raising money for the United Way. 

Position Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university preferred; however, in lieu of a degree, job experience will be accepted, with approval of the President/CEO. One to two years experience with a nonprofit organization or in a supervisory or customer service role preferred. 

Applicant must have the following knowledge and skills to perform this position:
• Exceptional organizational skills and attention to detail. 
• Familiarity with non-profit agency structure, budgeting and program evaluation.
• Knowledge and understanding of the United Way employee campaigns and giving trends.
• Knowledge and understanding of corporate trends and news in the community.
• Good interpersonal, writing, and oral presentation skills.
• Ability to work well in a team environment.
• Ability to efficiently handle multiple projects simultaneously.
• Problem solving skills.
• Ability to handle difficult situations in a diplomatic fashion. 
To Apply for this Job: *
To apply send resume, cover letter and salary range to Linda Tharp, United Way of Central Oklahoma, PO Box 837, OKC, OK 73101 or email ltharp@unitedwayokc.org by August 20, 2014.
Application Deadline: Wednesday, August 20, 2014

LPN - Peds- OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Variety Care
Name of Job: *
LPN - Peds
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * Summary of Duties and Responsibilities: 

Assists medical providers with patient examinations, pre-visit questions and or with treatments as directed by the provider.



Primary Duties and Responsibilities: 

1. Calls patient to the appropriate location for pre-examination information gathering.

2. Accurately measures and records information: height, weight, respiration, pulse, blood pressure, temperature add peak expiratory flow rate, SpO2 and head circumference. Record all measurements and information gathered in patients’ electronic medical record.

3. Notes chief complaint in electronic medical record.

4. Gives injections under Provider’s direction.

5. Gives immunizations under Provider’s direction, follow-up, update OSIIS record appropriately and immunization information COCASA system (data entry). 

6. Prepares and restocks supplies in each examination room daily. 

7. Prepares examining rooms for subsequent patient.

8. Assists physician in physical exams as directed.

9. Disposes of contaminated items according to VARIETY CARE policy.

10. Follows “Universal Precautions” for safety regulations, uses PPE as task on hand requires. 

11. Answers simple patient questions over the telephone and documents in electronic medical record. 

12. Follows HIPAA guidelines and VARIETY CARE policy and procedures as it relates to privacy.

13. Arranges for referrals outside VARIETY CARE, as requested by the provider.

14. Advises patient accordingly. Answers questions regarding the referral.

15. Assist with medical emergencies as directed by provider

16. 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

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

1. High School Diploma or GED. 

2. Licensed Practical Nurse diploma and registered license for the state of Oklahoma. 

3. Demonstrates ability to obtain and record accurate information.

4. Ability to use or willing to learn electronic medical records software. 

5. Must be able to use basic computer skills including data entry and typing. 

6. Demonstrates, to the satisfaction of the Medical Director, an ability to perform the injections, instrumentation or lab procedures as directed.

7. Able to communicate with the patient population.

8. Able to maintain confidentiality with information.

9. Able to work in a multi-faceted, fast paced environment. 

10. Bilingual (English/Spanish) language preferred. 

11. Previous practice experience preferred. 
Position Requirements:
ADA Requirements: 

1. Able to lift at least 25 pounds

2. Able to assist patients on to and off of exam table when asked or directed.
Position Reports to:
Practice Administrator
Hours and Salary:
Full-Time
To Apply for this Job: *
Application Deadline: Sunday, August 24, 2014

Leadership Events-Oklahoma & Texas- OKC or Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
National Multiple Sclerosis Society
Name of Job: *
Leadership Events-Oklahoma & Texas
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City or Tulsa
Position Description: * The successful Leadership Events candidate will be a self-motivated, high energy person responsible for the oversight, state-wide coordination and successful implementation of three Leadership Events in Oklahoma and three Leadership Events in Texas. This position is responsible for reaching fundraising goals totaling $500,000, and raising awareness and visibility of MS and the National MS Society. This person will possess a strong ability to develop and deepen relationships with existing and potential event participants and committee members. The Leadership Events position reports to the Senior Manager of Strategic Philanthropy and will oversee a Strategic Philanthropy Associate.

This position can be based from Oklahoma City or Tulsa.

Leadership Events: 
•Responsible for the planning, development and implementation of 3 Leadership Events in Oklahoma (Tulsa Uncorking for the Cure, OKC On the Move Luncheon and OKC Smarty Pants Trivia).
•Responsible for the planning, development and implementation of 3 Leadership Events in Texas (Dallas On the Move Luncheon, Houston On the Move Luncheon and Amarillo Beef-a-thon).
•Generate a total of $500,000 in revenue in FY15, including real-time tracking and reporting.
•Manage and control expenses for assigned Leadership Events as outlined in the FY15 approved budgets, including real-time tracking and reporting.
•Develop a successful business plan using the organization's core business tactics to reach goals.
•Manage and provide leadership to volunteer committees to ensure that committee members are fully supported and accomplish tasks required for successful events.
•Support pipeline development work as it relates to Leadership Events in Oklahoma and Texas, including building donor snapshots, moves management planning, and donor development discussions
•Contribute to regional leadership event planning and incorporate consistent processes and materials into events when possible
•Develop event timelines to include all key milestones to be achieved and ensure timely completion of those milestones.
•Establish marketing plans for assigned Leadership Events with the marketing team and successfully achieve outcomes defined in plan on a timely basis.
•Collaborate with programs staff and volunteers to ensure that each Leadership Event contains program content to enhance the knowledge of the audience and general public regarding the National MS Society and services provided.
•Partner with accounting and data departments to ensure proper coding and timely, accurate response to donations.
•Other duties as assigned

Volunteer Engagement 
•Work collaboratively with Strategic Philanthropy Staff, Development Leadership Team and Regional Management Team to identify, cultivate and solicit Leadership Volunteers.
•Recognize the contributions of all volunteers to ensure ongoing commitment. 
Position Requirements: Minimum Education: 

Bachelor's Degree

Minimum Experience/Skills/Competencies: 
•5 years non-profit experience, including event planning
•Project Management experience including ability to manage multiple and high priority projects at one time
•Ability to create and utilize donor prospecting and management tools including moves management, donor prospect sheets, etc. 
•Must be an action-oriented, energetic professional with the following attributes: a track record of building donor and volunteer relationships; entrepreneurial spirit; skilled at inspiring, influencing and engaging people; high emotional intelligence; collegial, collaborative and accessible; excellent listening skills, passion for the mission 
•Strong writing skills including proposal and report writing, as well as internal and external communications with attention to detail

Technical/Other Skills: 
•Proficient in all Microsoft Office programs
•Familiar with a variety of the field's concepts, practices and procedures 
•Excellent interpersonal skills, including ability to communicate effectively and professionally with leadership staff and volunteers and to build productive relationships with donors and prospects 
To Apply for this Job: *
How To Apply: 

To apply for this position or to see other employment opportunities with the National MS Society please visit our online Career Center using the web-link below. We no longer accept mailed, faxed, or e-mailed resumes. Please apply for positions directly through our website. Only those candidates deemed most qualified will be contacted to interview. EOE M/F/D/V 

https://www1.apply2jobs.com/NMSS/ProfExt/index.cfm?fuseaction=mExternal.showJob&RID=950&CurrentPage=2
Application Deadline: Monday, November 10, 2014

Communications & PR Coordinator- OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Feed the Children
Name of Job: *
Communications & PR Coordinator
What city will this job be located in? *
OKC
Position Description: * SUMMARY: 
The Communications & PR Coordinator will support the media outreach and external communications efforts for Feed the Children, ensuring positive relationships are established with a variety of the organization’s publics. The position will assist with efforts to integrate the Feed the Children brand throughout the organization and oversee day to day administration of the departmental activities, specifically with writing, coordinating travel and administration of meetings, projects and cross-organizational communications. The position will also support the development, planning and execution of Feed the Children’s internal and PR-focused external events, ensuring the organizational brand is integrated into every event experience. The position will also oversee the coordination of tours and promotional efforts for the Story of Hope exhibit. 
Position Qualifications:
Education: 
Associate's degree in Public Relations, Communications, or related field preferred


Experience: 
At least 2 years of experience in PR, media or related field. Strong writing and communications skills. 

Any combination of education, training, and experience may be considered. 

Licenses and Certifications: None required
Position Requirements: ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: 
Develops contacts and relationships with local, national and international media contacts to create opportunities for media exposure and elevated brand awareness in key target markets

Develops ideas and opportunities for feature articles, interviews, presentations, and other public relations activities that promote awareness of the organization

Writes and disseminates press releases to promote key events and initiatives 

Maintains media tracking reports, including press clippings and digital media hits 

Researches and updates organizational impact data and messaging 

Drafts talking points and other key messaging documents for media interviews and external communications 

Works with internal departments to coordinate public relations support

Manage donor interaction email accounts and coordinate responses

Supports the development, planning and execution of Feed the Children’s external PR-focused events, including cross departmental support for those events, promotional plans and post-event evaluation 

Supports internal communications efforts, including the planning and execution of internal events and dissemination of internal messaging

Manages the promotional efforts for the Story of Hope Exhibit and coordinates tours with outside and internal groups, training volunteers and staff to serve as tour guides

Maintains awareness of current events, Feed the Children promotions and the department’s involvement in each

Coordinates meetings, conference calls and related travel needs for organizational events

Maintains office calendar to schedule and coordinate meetings and conference calls for the department

Performs work accurately and within required timelines needed for the position

Performs other related duties as required


KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: 
English Language:
Knowledge of the structure and content of the English language including the meaning and spelling of words, rules of composition, and grammar.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Physical Demands: 
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit and talk or hear. The employee is frequently required to walk and use hands and fingers. The employee is occasionally required to stand and reach with hands and arms. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. 
To Apply for this Job: *
Application Deadline: Friday, August 29, 2014

Research and Evaluation Specialist- OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Smart Start Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
Research and Evaluation Specialist
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: *
Plans, conducts, and coordinates the analysis of programs effectiveness. Conducts evaluations using both quantitative and qualitative methods. Develops data collection protocols, collects data as part of evaluations, and analyzes the data needed for the programs. Produces a variety of evaluation reports showing trends and makes recommendations for action in response to data.
Position Qualifications:  Requires a university degree in field plus 3+ years of relevant experience in the chosen field or 7+ years of equivalent work experience that provides knowledge of and exposure to fundamental theories, principles, and concepts. Requires the application of expertise in a chosen field to achieve results. Requires 1+ year higher education experience and/or 1 year UCO experience.

Preferred: Minimum Bachelor’s Degree including nine semester hours in statistics, statistical research methods, economics, demographic or social research statistics; 
Master’s Degree in a social science, business administration or public administration which includes nine semester hours of advanced statistical methods preferred
Minimum of three years of work experience in technical, statistical and research work, program evaluation, preferably in early child care and education or a human services related field
Position Requirements: Review and compile complex statistical data; compile and edit data for accuracy and completeness

Prepare questionnaires and other forms for use in gathering and reporting data; apply statistical procedures and tabulations in analysis of data collected

Design analytic and assessment tools which incorporate suitable statistical tests

Provide consultation to managers and administrators to aid in the development of appropriate assessment and evaluation mechanisms for programs and services

Prepare and arrange statistical tables and charts for compilation into manuals, handbooks and reports

Analyze and interpret data, using statistical research programs or other methods, and make projections based on statistical inference

Analyze a wide variety of program issues and recommend solutions to enhance program delivery

Conduct studies and develops plans to determine availability and development of resources, facilities, and services

Provide staffing support to assigned committees and work-groups

Facilitate content-specific, inter-agency teams towards development of recommendations for system improvements

Provide technical assistance to Smart Start Oklahoma Communities for research and evaluation of community mobilization efforts

Establish procedures for statewide and local periodic needs assessments

Use statistical and research theory and methods with various sources of data, including probability and sampling and visual representation of data

Produce and maintain accurate data, including written technical reports with statistical software programs

Use various methods and techniques for disseminating research to the public

Effectively and clearly communicate statistical results

Plan and organize programmatic research projects and conduct cost/benefit analysis

Demonstrate and use knowledge of the principles and practices of program evaluation for early childhood care and education

This position is located at Smart Start Oklahoma, Mid-town, OKC

Performs other duties as assigned 
Position Reports to:
Executive Director
To Apply for this Job: *
This position is posted through University of Central Oklahoma and may only be applied for through the following link:

http://jobs.uco.edu/postings/4460

DO NOT CONTACT THE SMART START OKLAHOMA OFFICE

Grants Coordinator- OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Smart Start Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
Grants Coordinator
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * Creates and structures grant funded programs for institution. Prepares and submits grant applications and proposals for the organization for existing or proposed projects; including writing or amending program descriptions and compiling required data. Identifies potential funding and grant sources for current programs and provides proposals for funding for emerging issues. Develops budgets and justifications for new proposals and renewals of grants. Initiates and maintains communication with relevant agencies. Examines literature dealing with funds available through grants from governmental agencies and private foundations to determine feasibility of developing programs to supplement budget. Coordinates evaluation and monitoring of grant-funded programs, or write evaluation of program. 
Position Qualifications:
Requires a university degree in field plus 3+ years of relevant experience in the chosen field or 7+ years of equivalent work experience that provides knowledge of and exposure to fundamental theories, principles, and concepts. Requires the application of expertise in a chosen field to achieve results.

Preferred:Minimum Bachelor’s Degree in business, communication or related field.
Relevant experience in grant writing and management.
Position Requirements: Identifies, prepares and submits grant applications and proposals for existing and proposed projects.
Examines literature for the development of grant proposals.
Assists Fiscal Manager in creating effective grant budgets and narratives.
Evaluates and monitors grant-funded programs.
Certifies invoices for Smart Start Oklahoma grants and contracts.
Manages the OPSR Foundation grant database.
Provides leadership in coordinating board, committee and work-group meetings.
Performs other duties as assigned. This position is grant-funded and continued employment is contingent upon renewal of funding. 
Position Reports to:
Executive Director
To Apply for this Job: *
This position is posted through University of Central Oklahoma and may only be applied for through the following link:

http://jobs.uco.edu/postings/5166

DO NOT CONTACT THE SMART START OKLAHOMA OFFICE

Community Investment Manager- OKC

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

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

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

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


To Apply for this Job: *
To apply, send resume, cover letter, and salary range to Human Resources, United Way, PO Box 837, or ltharp@unitedwayokc.org by August 20, 2014.
Application Deadline: Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Administrative Specialist I- OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Smart Start Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
Administrative Specialist I
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: *  Responsibilities for performing a variety of administrative duties for a large division/college which may include multiple areas with 50 + employees. Responsible for day-to-day operations of the department; coordinates of projects assigned; develops office procedures. Initiates correspondence, memoranda, promotional material, forms, newsletters manual and reports. Oversees the work of office, administrative, or customer service employees to ensure adherence to quality standards, deadlines, and proper procedures, correcting errors or problems. Develops and maintains confidential or complex files. Interprets and advises internal and external customers on programs, policies or rules. Assists leadership in program/event planning; administers budgets; and coordinates academic and/or staff personnel matters. Resolves problems that have a significant impact on the overall goals of the department. May have contact with sensitive, complex and confidential information. May be responsible for managing calendars, appointments, chair events and meetings.
Position Qualifications:
Requires a university degree in related field or 4+ years of equivalent work experience in chosen filed that provides knowledge of and exposure to fundamental theories, principles, and concepts. Requires the application of expertise in a chosen field to achieve results

Preferred: Minimum 2 years related work experience as an administrative support professional in a state government or non-profit environment 
Experience with or knowledge of the Oklahoma Open Meeting Act
Experience as a Notary Public
Position Requirements: • This position is located at Smart Start Oklahoma, Mid-Town, OKC. 
• Maintain open records and confidential files by appropriately organizing, copying, filing and shredding.
• Receive and sort incoming mail and faxed documents as appropriate.
• Maintain the online listing of Board Meetings with the Oklahoma Secretary of State.
• Coordinate preparations for all OPSR and OPSRF meetings, including timely announcements and room preparation.
• Monitor the Board Structure for renewal terms and vacancies.
• Coordinate Board Orientation for new board members
• Coordinate meetings as assigned
• Draft correspondence from notes or instructions and prepare for review and signature
• Proofread organizational correspondence and documents for accuracy and format
• Facilitate contact for IT access and technical issues
• Provide new employees with handbook and orientation materials
• Assist Executive Director in maintaining and communicating organizational procedures
• Oversee management of assets
• Act as Timekeeper
• Coordinate special projects as assigned
• May supervise Assistant, Technicians or students but does not have authority to make employment decisions
• Interacts professionally and courteously
• Performs other duties as assigned

This position is funded by a grant. Employment is contingent upon annual renewal of grant. 
Position Reports to:
Executive Director
To Apply for this Job: *
This position is posted through University of Central Oklahoma and may only be applied for through the following link:

http://jobs.uco.edu/postings/4315

DO NOT CONTACT SMART START OKLAHOMA OFFICE

Administrative Assistant (Part time)- OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Sunbeam Family Services
Name of Job: *
Administrative Assistant (Part time)
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * The Program Administrative/Billing Assistant will work to provide administrative support to their specific program/s. This position will initiate and coordinate the clerical, billing, and database functions required in effective implementation of administrative policies and procedures of Sunbeam Family Services.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Demonstrate capacity to perform duties exhibiting the highest ethical standards, incorporating best practice, exemplifying the values expected within the department, and for promoting the mission of the organization.

Follows systems to effectively organize information and provides it to others as needed.

Effectively prioritizes projects delegated by a variety of staff to accomplish tasks in the timeframe specified and at a high level of quality.

Accurately communicates information in minutes, e-mail, memos and other written and verbal correspondence.

Performs daily clerical duties, including answering and screening telephone calls, taking messages, sorting and distributing incoming mail and faxes, copying and collating.

Greets and assists all visitors/callers in a courteous and helpful manner.

Performs data entry and prepares monthly/quarterly/annual reports in program database/s.

Enters monthly outputs into executive report.

Performs billing processes where applicable and works to collect receipts from various pay sources.

Assists with designing systems within the program database/s to capture outcome data requested by the programs.

Design and edit drafts of correspondence, reports, forms, charts, memos, and other documents,as needed.

Provide clerical support to other administrative assistant levels; i.e. minor word processing of a routine nature, assisting in mass mailings, typing address labels, shredding confidential documents, etc.

Attend staff meetings and develop meeting minutes for distribution in a timely manner.

Processes all requests for Release of Confidential/Medical records to ensure policy is followed regarding the law when specifically assigned.

Ensure that all reports and records are maintained accurately and promptly.

Perform other duties assigned and reasonably within the scope of the duties listed above.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES
None 
Position Requirements: EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE
AA/AS in business or related field preferred; prior experience with office/general administration

ADDITIONAL JOB REQUIREMENTS
 Clearance of background check and drug screen.
 TB screen required.
 Physical required.
 Bilingual English/Spanish ideal.

SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED
Must be able to create concrete plans for area of responsibility in both the short (immediate to 3 months) and long (3 months to 1 year) term that demonstrate an understanding of the needs of a situation and the future implications of decisions.

Must be able to identify the actions necessary to complete tasks and obtain results; understand and maintain a balance between results, process and relationships in accomplishing tasks.

Work requires an extensive knowledge of office functions and an excellent command of the English language. Bilingual Spanish/English a plus.

Must have knowledge of secretarial, office administrative procedures, and knowledge of use and operation of standard office equipment, at a level generally acquired through 1+ years related experience.

Must have knowledge of a variety of computer software applications in word processing, spreadsheets, database and presentation software.

Must have high level of interpersonal skills to handle sensitive and confidential situations. Position continually requires demonstrated poise, tact and diplomacy.

Some analytical ability is required in order to gather and summarize data for reports, find solutions to various administrative problems, and prioritize work.

Work requires continual attention to detail in composing, typing and proofing materials, establishing priorities and meeting deadlines.

Establishes and maintains a reflective relationship for learning with the supervisor that is characterized by regularity, clear expectations, mutual sharing and feedback about the challenges and opportunities presented in the day-to-day work

COMPUTER EQUIPMENT AND SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS

Intermediate knowledge of computer applications, including word-processing software in a Windows environment and the ability to learn and master other computer technology /software programs as needed.

Experience in use of standard office equipment.

We are proud to be an EEO employer Minorities/Women/Disabled/Veterans. 
To Apply for this Job: *
Please apply online at www.sunbeamfamilyservices.org.
Application Deadline: Sunday, August 31, 2014

Work Ethics/Career Coach - AmeriCorps- OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Central Oklahoma Workforce Investment Board
Name of Job: *
Work Ethics/Career Coach - AmeriCorps
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * Job Summary: The Work Ethics/Career Coach will facilitate pre-employment training at various locations for economically disadvantaged job seekers and provide career coaching for job seekers. This is a temporary, full-time, grant-funded position; work days will vary. The primary work site will be in Oklahoma County however, travel to Canadian, Cleveland and Logan counties may be required. 

Key Responsibilities:
• Facilitate pre-employment training for job seekers.
• Update job seeker database.
• Provide career guidance and counseling after conducting a thorough individual assessment. 
• Assist job seekers to prepare for employment that leads to self-sufficiency. 
• Work in conjunction with Job Recruiters/Business Services Team to assist job seekers in securing employment. 
• May provide follow-up services after job placement to ensure job retention and the elimination of barriers that may impede job retention. 
• Authorize and coordinate job seeker supportive services such as child care, transportation, etc., and track obligations of funds. 
• Ensure that job seeker file documentation is current, accurate, thorough and compliant with the law, regulations, and established policies and procedures. 
• Prepare reports related for program activities. 
• Maintain existing linkages to community resources and develop new ones to further the goals of the program and the success of job seekers.
• Provide labor market information to all job seekers. 
• Performs additional duties as assigned. 
Position Requirements: Minimum Job Requirements:
• Must be an AmeriCorps member (email angelawilliams@cowib.org to get details)
• Have a high school diploma or equivalent
• Proficiency in basic computer skills (word processing, email, internet, spreadsheet)
• Effective communication skills
• Have a valid driver’s license, proof of vehicle insurance and proof of vehicle registration

Physical Requirements:
• Ability to drive to multiple program locations daily
• Ability to lift at least 30 pounds to transport program supplies
• Ability to stand for an extended period of time
• Vision enough to observe and safely monitor participants involved in activities
• Near vision enough to read written and computer generated documents
• Manual dexterity enough to perform a variety of tasks such as gathering, assembling and moving equipment and supplies, etc.
• Finger dexterity enough to operate a computer keyboard
• Speech and hearing enough to communicate clearly and distinctly in person or by telephone 
To Apply for this Job: *
Veterans receive preference. Email your résumé to: angelawilliams@cowib.org

Family Intervention Specialist- Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Youth Villages
Name of Job: *
Family Intervention Specialist
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa
Position Description: *  Company Overview
Youth Villages has been a national leader in the implementation of research-based treatment philosophies in the field of children's mental and behavioral health. Our commitment to helping troubled children and their families find success spans 20+ years and includes a comprehensive array of programs and services. 

If you are looking for a positive career move where you are meeting the challenges of life and striving to make a positive difference, then Youth Villages is the place for you. We are looking for people with a strong sense of purpose and focus to continually build confidence in yourself and our organization
Position Qualifications:
Requirements
A Masters degree in a social service discipline (preferred) 
A Bachelors degree in a social service discipline (required) 
Experience in a clinical counseling or case management setting 
Strong organizational skills and attention to detail 
Excellent written, verbal, and oral skills 
Ability to manage multiple priorities simultaneously 
Basic computer knowledge 
Ability to maintain a flexible schedule
Position Requirements: Program Overview
Our Intercept program serves a broad population of youth, including those involved with multiple child-serving systems and those at high risk of removal from their families. The program specializes in diverting youth from out of home placements by helping their families safely maintain youth in their home environment. This position is responsible for providing intensive home-based therapy to families.

Position Overview
Carry small caseload of 4-6 families 
Hold family sessions with each case 3 times a week scheduled at the convenience of the families 
3 supervision meetings a week 
Web-based documentation (voice recognition technology in most locations) 
Provide on-call availability to families during the week, one weekend each month 
Drive up to 60-80 miles to meet with families in the home

Additional Information
Schedule is non-traditional, but flexible and based around clients’ availability. Since counselors are heavily involved with each family, long hours can be required.
You must have your own vehicle to use for work purposes as well as have liability insurance. Counselors are reimbursed for mileage.
To Apply for this Job: *
Application Deadline: Sunday, August 31, 2014

Loaned Executive- Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Tulsa Area United Way
Name of Job: *
Loaned Executive
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa
Position Description: *  Exciting twelve week opportunity for individual to assist with fall United Way campaign. Responsible for specific company campaigns, presentations, customer support and required follow-up (in person and by phone).

This position will begin August 25 and end November 14.

Responsibilities:

 Establish relationship with Employee Campaign Coordinators (ECCs) and other pertinent personnel.
 Conduct employee presentations and schedule TAUW agencies for presentations.
 Follow-up and monitor all assigned accounts providing weekly updates to campaign staff regarding campaign timelines, goals, and progress.
 Review accounts and identify strategies to increase participation and leadership donors of established campaigns.
 Identify and execute strategies to initiate campaigns at non-giving companies.
 Attend and participate in all scheduled major events which may include early mornings and late evenings.
 Adhere to TAUW’s “Code of Ethics.”
 Other duties as assigned or needed to achieve success.
Position Qualifications:
Strong sales experience preferred. Excellent customer service, organizational, and MS Office skills required. Must have reliable transportation.
Position Requirements:
Skills Required:

 Public Speaking
 Initiative
 Multi-tasking
 Flexibility
 Microsoft Office

Hours and Salary:
Monday - Friday 8-5, $15.00/hour
To Apply for this Job: *
send cover letter and resume to: hr@tauw.org
Application Deadline: Friday, August 15, 2014

Staff Accountant- Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Community Service Council of Greater Tulsa
Name of Job: *
Staff Accountant
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa
Position Description: *  Responsibilities of this role will focus on the oversight of accounts receivable, using unit cost and fund accounting principles. This role requires knowledge of accrual and cash based accounting including, but not limited to:

• Meet reporting requirements of external government and non-government agencies, as well as internal management .
• Perform general ledger support activities including: receivables, aging accounts, journal entries and payments.
• Provide support for various financial and tax audits. 
• Monitor each programs expenditures and accruals for accuracy.
• Prepare monthly journal entries and necessary adjusting entries for all the grants and contract related transactions. 
• Prepare, copy and mail billings to all funding sources
Position Qualifications:
• Thorough understanding of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP). Knowledge of Statutory accounting principles.
• Strong analytical and accounting skills.
• Intermediate to advanced experience with MS Word, MS Excel, MS Outlook 
• Intermediate to advanced knowledge of major accounting software packages for both general ledger and statutory accounting. Financial Edge preferred
Position Requirements:
Bachelors Degree required, preferably in Accounting or a related field required.
Minimum of 3 years of experience, non-profit experience a plus.
Position Reports to:
Finance Manager
Hours and Salary:
Fulltime -Salary dependent upon experience
To Apply for this Job: *
send resume and cover letter to hr@csctulsa.org
Application Deadline: Sunday, August 31, 2014

Financial Administrative Assistant- OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Schools for Healthy Lifestyles
Name of Job: *
Financial Administrative Assistant
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: *
The Financial Administrative Assistant assists in the management of office procedures and communication, financial record keeping and other tasks as assigned by the Executive Director. This position will start immediately and will be 3/4 time (32 hours/week plus benefits). The position will be located in Oklahoma City.
Position Qualifications:
Experience working with non-profit organizations. Federal grant experience is a plus. Must be computer literate and possess the ability to work independently with strong interpersonal, organizational and communication skills. 

Requires professional knowledge and experience in the following aspects of not-for-profit operations: communicate with the Board of Directors and community partners, maintain development database, maintain budget and office operations, and be proficient in small office clerical procedures. Working knowledge of QuickBooks and Microsoft Office.

Position Requirements: Administration
• Remain up-to-date on office management plans. 
• Maintain cleanliness and order in office and storage. 
• Responsible for the upkeep of external relations data management.
• Provide support to Executive Director and Program Director.
• Maintain communication with the Board of Directors including meeting reminders, monthly reports, etc.
• Prepare monthly and financial to Bd. of Directors.
• Assist in the preparation of reports to external clients upon grant completion.
• Grant/contract implementation – ensure requirements are met and reports are filed.
• Assist in the maintenance of the SHL program budget (including federal grants).
• Maintain employee time off records.
• Maintain data base for mailings.
• Provide accounting services to include payment of invoices, deposits, payroll, etc.
• Work with auditor to ensure SHL is complying with proper accounting standards, state requirements.
• General office management including purchase of supplies, equipment maintenance, website management, email administration, file maintenance, etc.
• Prepare invoices for granting agencies.
• Assist in ordering school supplies and equipment.
• Monitor and assist with maintenance of the organization’s website.
• Open, sort and distribute incoming correspondence, including faxes and email.
• File and retrieve organization documents, records and reports.
• Coordinate and maintain records for staff, office space, telephones, credit card and office keys.
• Create and modify documents such as invoices, reports, memos, letters and financial statements using word processing, spreadsheets, database and/or other presentation software such as Microsoft Office, QuickBooks or other programs.
• Prepare agendas and make arrangements for committee, Board or other meetings.
Program
• Assist in the coordination and planning of the Summer Health Institute mailings, registration, etc.
• Assist in the coordination of professional teacher training; 
• Assist with school grant letters, probation letters, etc. 
Position Reports to:
Executive Director
Hours and Salary:
3/4 Time, $22,000-$24,000
To Apply for this Job: *
Please submit cover letter, references and resume to lindsi@healthyschoolsok.org no later than Friday, August 22nd, 2014.
Application Deadline: Friday, August 22, 2014

Director of Housing- OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Volunteers of America
Name of Job: *
Director of Housing
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City, OK
Position Description: * The Director of Housing has a primary objective of providing effective, professional, general management and sound leadership to a team of property management staff at assigned housing locations. The Director of Housing is accountable for creating a team at all sites (both existing and newly developed) capable of delivering excellent financial performance, client service and resident satisfaction. 

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

To view additional job and company information visit www.voaok.org. 
Position Requirements:
Candidates must have a Bachelor’s Degree and a minimum of 5 years of multi-site or multi-state housing operations experience. Expert knowledge of HUD, Tax Credit and conventional financed occupancy related programs is mandatory. Property management skills including related financial statements, computer systems/software, regulatory programs, marketing and leasing programs, physical asset knowledge, and the ability to recruit/hire/ train/supervise and motivate on-site operations personnel are also required.
Position Reports to:
CEO
Hours and Salary:
TBD
To Apply for this Job: *
Interested applicants may submit a cover letter and resume to: schambers@voaok.org.

Program Coordinator- Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Volunteers of America
Name of Job: *
Program Coordinator
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa, OK
Position Description: * Job Summary: 
The Program Coordinator is responsible for ensuring compliance with regulations, agency, state, and federal policies; and the quality services provided. This will be accomplished by monitoring, reviewing, auditing, documenting, and analyzing data. The Program Coordinator’s role supports high quality of services delivered to all service recipients while encouraging a person-centered approach to the delivery of those services. The Program Coordinator must utilize professional discretion and represent the agency in an effective leadership role.

Job Duties: 
• Responsible and accountable for the operational success of the managed caseload, which includes, but is not limited to: Satisfaction of people supported, successful outcomes per individual planning, and successful audit, spot check and survey performance of the teams assigned to that caseload.
• Responsible for the fiscal management of the managed caseload, specifically: Aggressive management and containment of staff overtime costs, budgeting of authorizations (mileage, etc.), control and accounting of petty cash, program and service recipient funds.
• Responsible and accountable for the leadership of assigned staff. This leadership includes, but in not limited to: 
o Ensuring the timely and proper communication of all information required for direct support staff (scheduled training, renewal of driver’s licenses and insurance, job postings, policies and procedures, work schedules and changes, etc.). 
o Provide ongoing coaching, support, and counsel to assigned staff.
o Taking disciplinary action when required. 
o Resolution of issues within service recipient homes.
• Will respond to all allegations of abuse and neglect, Office of Client Advocacy (OCA) and case management inquires within the timelines established.
• Will respond to and correct issues identified by Quality Improvement and provide problem root cause analysis and corrective action plans as requested.
• Know the service recipients on assigned caseload and his or her needs
• Make announced and unannounced visits to the service recipient's home. The PCS makes a minimum of three face-to-face visits per month, to monitor the needs of the service recipient and for supervision of staff. At least two of the three visits must be unannounced. Of the unannounced visits at least one visit each month must occur on Saturday or Sunday; or between 8:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m. on a weekday.
• Provide support and assistance to any service recipient who is experiencing an emotional, behavioral, or medical crisis;
• Ensure staffing levels meet the requirements of the service recipient's Plan, with staff trained per state and organization policies. 
• Ensure records are maintained per DDSD and organizational policies.
• Ensure basic household requirements are always in place, including:
o utilities and phone service;
o furniture;
o food supplies that meet the service recipient's nutritional needs;
o linens;
o personal items;
o adaptive equipment; and
o prescription medications;
• Assist case manager as requested to prepare for and implement the Plan and its revisions per state and organizational policies.
• Be accessible to direct service staff 24 hours per day and available to respond, in person if necessary, to an emergency;
• Supervise direct contact staff to promote achievement of outcomes in the Plan.
• Responsible for the accuracy, completeness, and timely submittal of all required documentation and reports. 
• Monitor service recipient records for compliance with Volunteers of America of Oklahoma and Oklahoma Developmental Disabilities Services Division (DDSD) policies and procedures and correct deficiencies when noted.
• Ensure staff are qualified to work in the home which they are assigned.
• Ensure the proper coordination of staff work schedules, time off and training schedules.
• Review applications and interview job applicants for direct support personnel positions and make staff placement decisions regarding direct support personnel.
• Conduct house audits, medication audits, training audits, and in-service/house meetings as required.
• Review and submit monthly reports on service recipient’s goals, progress, and significant changes.
• Serve as a point-of-contact for emergencies and urgent questions.
• Inform all relevant parties (e.g., Case Manager, and staff) about house or policy changes and incidents.
• Prepare for and attend all Individual Planning, Personal Support Team meetings, and management meetings as requested.
• Ensure staffing coverage as required for caseload.
• Maintain productive and professional relationships with service recipient families, co-workers, state and federal case management personnel.
• Need to be familiar with Volunteers of America of Oklahoma and DDSD policies.
• Understand and be familiar with household budgets, petty cash, personal funds, service recipient’s check stubs, authorizations and staffing schedules.
• Ensure prudent financial spending occurs and all appropriate documentation regarding expenditures meets policy requirements.
• Attend house meetings as needed. Conduct quarterly HM meetings.
• Complete required training for each home supervised.
• Meet with the family and/or service recipients prior to placement of a caregiver.
• Accompany caregiver(s) on his/her initial visit to the service recipient’s home.
• Conduct a second visit or phone assessment with the family and/or service recipient within the first two (2) weeks of service and will conduct a visit and phone assessment at least every 60 days thereafter or more frequently if required by the service plan.
• Ensure the agency supervision and all internal Quality Improvement (QI) plans are implemented as they pertain to residential services and supports.
• Will maintain strict confidentiality of all activities within the DD and other organizational departments. Confidentiality includes, but is not limited to: Pay information, personnel issues, sensitive information disclosed in meetings, pending policy or procedure changes that have not been announced, disciplinary information, information regarding any investigation, etc. Violation of departmental confidentiality could result in immediate termination. 
Position Qualifications: • Ability to reason clearly and make sound judgments 
• Ability to communicate clearly and effectively with members, family, external stakeholders, and employees
• Ability to effectively supervise employees, monitor quality of programs, and develop/implement new programs.
• Ability to work as a team member
• Ability to work independently
• Ability to be on call 24 hours per day, seven days per week.
• Ability to operate job functions with appropriate time management and fiscal responsibility.
• Ability to establish and maintain satisfactory relations with others 
• Ability to coordinate multiple tasks at once
• Ability to manage work teams (e.g., conducting team meetings)
• Ability to determine what is in the service recipient’s best interest (e.g., safety)
• Ability to handle sensitive issues while protecting others’ welfare
• Ability to be honest, reliable, dependable, and professional at all times
• Ability to exercise patience, understanding, creativity, and flexibility
• Ability to be a team player, detail oriented, decision maker, self-starter, self-motivator who demonstrates leadership qualities
• Ability to audit service recipient’s related records
• Ability to share information through coaching, teaching, and training
• Possess a social security card
• Maintain a valid Oklahoma Driver’s License
• Maintain current automobile insurance
• Possess reliable transportation
• Maintain an acceptable driving record
• Maintain an acceptable OSBI
• Maintain an acceptable Community Services Registry check
• Excellent proven written and spoken communication skills
• Knowledge of disability types (e.g., developmental disorders and physical disorders)
• Knowledge of individual service recipients (e.g., range of function, special needs)
• Knowledge of safety guidelines (e.g., general emergency procedures)
• Knowledge of Volunteers of America of Oklahoma (e.g., policies and procedures, services provided)
• Knowledge of related parties (e.g., DHS, monitoring agencies, service recipient’s family)
• Excellent oral and written communication skills.
• Ability to maintain accurate records and present data contained in those records in a timely manner.
• Ability to share information through coaching teaching and training.
• Competent user of all MS Office Suite applications (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.) 
Position Reports to:
Chief Operating Officer
Hours and Salary:
TBD
To Apply for this Job: *
Interested applicants may submit a cover letter and resume to: schambers@voaok.org.

Education Coordinator- OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Alzheimer's Association Oklahoma Chapter
Name of Job: *
Education Coordinator
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: *
This position is responsible for delivering presentations and marketing the programs and services of the Alzheimer's Association. This person will be responsible for finding civic and community organizations, faith-based organizations, and other groups, to present a core set of education programs developed by the Alzheimer's Association. The position will also be responsible for the recruitment, interviewing, training, providing technical assistance and retention of a core volunteer base to provide family support and community education programs. 
Position Qualifications:
This position will require strong public speaking skills, relationship building skills, strong marketing experience, professional presence and team building skills. The person will need to be available some nights and weekends and travel within the state, very limited overnights.
Position Requirements:
Experience in marketing, human services or Gerontology are a plus.
Position Reports to:
Director of Programs
To Apply for this Job: *
Kindly forward resume to okhr@alz.org with salary requirement.
Application Deadline: Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Desktop Support Technician–OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Variety Care


Name of Job: *

Desktop Support Technician

What city will this job be located in? *

Oklahoma City

Position Description: *

Character Qualities Required:

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

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

Responsibility- Knowing and doing what it expected of me.

Decisiveness- The ability to recognize key factors and finalize diffiuclt decisions.

Patience- Accepting a difficult situation without giving a deadline to remove it.



Summary of Duties and Responsibilities:

Installs, modifies and makes minor repairs to desktop computer hardware and software systems, and provides technical advice and support to system users.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities:

• Identifies and procures the hardware and software needed to satisfy user requirements.
• Installs all peripheral components such as printers, scanners phones and disk drives.
• Loads appropriate software packages such as operating systems, networking components and office applications.
• Assists in the customization and adaptation of existing programs to meet users’ requirements.
• Provides telephone, in-person and remote support to end-users.
• Coordinates activities with network services and information systems groups.
• Provides updates, status and completion information to manager and/or users, via voice mail, e-mail or in-person communication.
• Refers major hardware problems to service personnel for correction.
• Connects users to networks and provides initial training in facilities and applications.
• Monitors ticketing system and completes tickets in a timely manner.
• Travels between sites to perform assigned duties. (Must have reliable transportation.)
• Performs all other duties as assigned by Manager.

Position Qualifications:

Education, Work Experience and Specialized Skills/Knowledge:

• High School graduate with 1-3 year work related experience in information technology.
• Knowledge of all Windows operating systems.
• Troubleshooting hardware and software issues.
• Troubleshooting wireless access issues.
• A+ certified.
• Network+ certification recommended but not required.

Position Requirements:

ADA Requirements:

• Able to lift at least 50 pounds.

Position Reports to:

IT Manager

Hours and Salary:

Full-Time

To Apply for this Job: *

Please apply online at https://apply.hrmdirect.com/resumedirect/ApplyOnline/Apply.aspx?req_id=enc-15.611205397796112&source=195272-CS-8548.

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Monday, September 15, 2014

August 5, 2014

Executive Director–Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

The bART Center for Music


Name of Job: *

Executive Director

What city will this job be located in? *

Tulsa

Position Description: *

POSITION TITLE: Executive Director

The bART Center for Music is seeking an exceptional, highly organized, high-energy executive director. The successful candidate will be respectful of our mission and history while building upon our foundation and excellent reputation to expand our reach for the Conservatory and the Music School.

The Executive Director of The bART is the primary representative of the organization, providing both strategic and day-to-day vision and leadership. The ED oversees all operations, including volunteers and contractors; the ED also develops and evaluates programs, organizes events and initiatives, oversees fiscal management, including development of funding sources, and supervises internal operational guidelines. The ED also manages fundraising, including donor relations, Board and community relations, marketing and strategic planning, and other duties as assigned by the Board.

Position Qualifications:

• Bachelor’s degree required; master’s degree or equivalent experience preferred
• Excellent interpersonal and communications (including public speaking) skills
• Demonstrated experience in managing others
• Demonstrated success in fundraising and/or capital campaigns
• Knowledge of and passion for classical chamber music
• Demonstrated experience working in a classical music organization preferred

Position Reports to:

Board of Directors

Hours and Salary:

Full-time exempt. Salary based on experience

To Apply for this Job: *

Please submit resume and cover letter via email to Deborah Bright at dbright@thebart.org by August 31st, 2014. Position open until filled.

For more information, contact Ally Taylor at (918) 794-0330.

Visit www.thebart.org for more information about The bART Center for Music and a detailed job description.

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Sunday, August 31, 2014

August 5, 2014

Assistant Executive Director–OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Oklahoma Academy of Family Physicians


Name of Job: *

Assistant Executive Director

What city will this job be located in? *

Oklahoma City

Position Description: *

The Oklahoma Academy of Family Physicians is a small 501(c)6 non-profit organization seeking a dynamic candidate for the position of Director of Operations. The Director of Operations is responsible for assisting the Executive Vice President and the Board of Directors in the everyday duties and projects of the Oklahoma Academy of Family Physicians and the Family Health Foundation of Oklahoma.

Summary of responsibilities:

Oklahoma Academy of Family Physicians

* Traditional front office administrative activities, phone, mail, accounts payable & accounts receivable, preparing checks for appropriate signatures, maintaining appropriate financial files, maintaining files for Accountant

* Annual membership and referral directory including promoting, production, and solicitation of display and referral advertising

* Coordinate and execute a Fall and Spring Board Meeting

* Coordinate and execute the Annual Scientific Assembly Meeting
Update and maintain Website, Facebook, Twitter and Blog

Family Health Foundation of Oklahoma

* All aspects of providing Management Service to the FHFO
– Including but not limited to:
* Compile data and produce board packet for annual
board meeting.
* Liaison for AAFP Foundation for FMIG Funding and
other funding opportunities.
* FCMIG Student Programs Coordinator OUHSC – OKC
&Tulsa
* FCMIG – Student/Resident Luncheons/Mixers &
National Conference
* Coordinating, solicitation, and scheduling of Future
Physicians for Oklahoma Program (FPO)
* Solicit, invoice and maintain records for the
President’s Club

Position Qualifications:

QUALIFICATIONS

Education/Certifications
Bachelor’s degree required

Required Experience
* 3 – 5 years of experience working in customer service, meetings/tradeshows or hospitality industry.
* Experience with the use of computer systems, copiers, and printers.
* High level of proficiency with Microsoft Office and Social Media (Twitter, Facebook, Blogs)

Preferred Experience
* Association background preferred.
* Knowledge of VoIP telephone system preferred.
* Demonstration of Skills and Abilities
* Works as a ‘team’ with Executive Director.
* Able to multi-task and function independently.
* Adheres to departmental and operational policies and procedures.
* Demonstrates excellent written, verbal, and interpersonal communications skills.
* Demonstrates excellent customer service and problem solving skills.
* Maintains accurate, organized, and easily accessible records.
* Prioritizes projects based on deadlines and requests.
* Demonstrates superior organizational skills.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS The employee must be physically capable of carrying out all assigned duties, including but not limited to:
* Normal office activities
* Ability to lift up to 25 lbs

- View details for the Oklahoma Academy of Family Physicians at www.okafp.org

Position Reports to:

Executive Director

Hours and Salary:

9am-5pm $40,000

To Apply for this Job: *

Send Cover Letter and Resume to Samantha Elliott at elliott@okafp.org.

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Monday, August 18, 2014

August 5, 2014

AmeriCorps Member - Volunteer Project Coordinator–OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma


Name of Job: *

AmeriCorps Member - Volunteer Project Coordinator

What city will this job be located in? *

Oklahoma City

Position Description: *

The Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma is seeking an AmeriCorps member who will work under the direction of the Director and Associate Director of Volunteerism, and will support the Regional Food Bank’s volunteer program to ensure the continued growth and success of volunteer activities. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the supervision of volunteers in completing volunteer projects and the oversight and continuing development of the youth volunteer internship program.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
•Setup of supplies and equipment needed to sort, bag or box assigned tasks for each volunteer group in work areas.
•Aiding with the initial greeting, sign in and orientation of the volunteer groups.
•Training volunteer groups to insure the safety and health of the individuals in the groups and that the tasks assigned be achieved at a standard for proper food handling.
•Work with the volunteer groups and guide them through the tasks assigned.
•Give exit review of tasks completed and proper thanks for the groups work.
•Working closely with marketing and volunteer communication staff members for recruiting volunteer intern candidates.
•Interviewing prospective interns and nominating preferred candidates for the position.
•Holding orientations and coordinating with the Volunteer Coordinator over training to arrange a training schedule for new interns.
•Coordinating volunteer intern work schedules to integrate their work with the Volunteer Center staff.
•Providing regular feedback to volunteer interns, including program completion certificates and letters of recommendation at the end of each term.

Position Qualifications:

QUALIFICATIONS: High school education (or equivalent). 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:

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:
•Language Skills - Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions. 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. 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. 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 - Proficiency in MS Office applications; and ability to learn new technological applications.

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).

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

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

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

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

Position Reports to:

Director of Volunteerism

Hours and Salary:

Tuesday - Saturday, with some Wednesday and Thursday evening scedules

To Apply for this Job: *

To begin the application process for an AmeriCorps position please send a resume and cover letter to lpatterson@regionalfoodbank.org. For more information and an AmeriCorps application please visit www.nationalservice.gov.

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Monday, August 25, 2014

August 5, 2014

AmeriCorps Member - Agency Capacity Building Coordinator–OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma


Name of Job: *

AmeriCorps Member - Agency Capacity Building Coordinator

What city will this job be located in? *

Oklahoma City

Position Description: *

The Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma is seeking an AmeriCorps Member Agency Capacity Building Coordinator who will work under the supervision of the Special Projects Director and 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:

Capacity Building:
•Work with Agency Relations staff to identify agencies that have the willingness and resources to increase capacity, and assist the agencies with developing a plan to increase the number of clients served and/or amount of food distributed.
•Visit agencies to build relationships and assess resources needed to improve efficiency.
•Organize and facilitate group and individual meetings to communicate the purpose and importance of agency capacity building and receive feedback to improve the support offered by the Regional Food Bank.
•Manage written communication, keeping all parties informed of the progress of the project.
•Increase number of individuals participating in the fresh produce mobile markets and partner agency distributions.

Partner Agency Training/Education:
•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

Other:
•Serve as a member of the agency network support team, providing assistance on projects as needed.
•Other duties as assigned.

OUTCOMES:
•Indicator #1– Number of individuals served by partner agencies that AmeriCorps member works with to receive support, services, education, and/or referrals to alleviate long-term hunger as a result of building the agencies’ capacity to serve clients.
•Indicator #2–Number of individuals reporting increased food security in response to a survey of clients participating in the fresh produce mobile markets and partner agency distributions.

Position Qualifications:

QUALIFICATIONS: BA/BS required. 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:

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.

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).

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

WORK ENVIRONMENT/ PHYSICAL DEMANDS: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is routinely exposed to outside weather conditions. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate but may be higher when operating equipment. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The employee must be able to lift up to 50 pounds. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

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

Position Reports to:

Special Projects Director

Hours and Salary:

Monday - Friday

To Apply for this Job: *

To begin the AmeriCorps application process please send a resume and cover letter to lpatterson@regionalfoodbank.org. For more information about AmeriCorps and an AmeriCorps application please visit www.nationalservice.gov.

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Monday, August 25, 2014

August 5, 2014

Program Assistant–Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma


Name of Job: *

Program Assistant

What city will this job be located in? *

Tulsa

Position Description: *

MAJOR ACCOUNTABILITIES:
• Recruits mothers and their daughters for troop membership.
• Recruits adult volunteers.
• Serves as facilitator of troop meetings.
• Organizes and provides transportation.
• Responds to caretaker and volunteer concerns about Project M.E.N.D.
• Makes presentations to Girl Scouts and outside groups to promote Project M.E.N.D.
• Provides transportation for girls.
• Supports development of positive relationships between mother and daughter.
• Participates in collaborative relationships with other community organizations.
• Assists program staff with weekly troop meetings at the correctional facility.
• Works with GSBB director on outcomes measurements/evaluations/reporting.
• Responsible for membership recruitment.
• Responsible for volunteer management
• Responsible for program development
• Responsible for community development and awareness
• Other duties as needed to support staff

Position Qualifications:

SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS:
• High School Diploma
• Good human relations and problem-solving skills.
• Ability to work independently and as a team member.
• Unequivocal commitment to pluralism.
• Ability to work effectively with people from diverse backgrounds.
• Willingness to work flexible work schedule including evenings and weekends.
• Ability to work with children and adults.
• Ability to organize events.
• Proof of meeting Oklahoma State requirements regarding auto licensing, driver’s license.
• Must be able to lift and move equipment weighing approximately 25 pounds.
• Complete Department of Justice Training with valid badge.

Position Reports to:

Community Development Director of GSBB

Hours and Salary:

Part time - 20 hours per week

To Apply for this Job: *

Please contact Sheila Harbert at sharbert@gseok.org
Send resume
or call 918 945 2091

Please note: we also have other part time positons available in Muskogee/Tulsa area please inquire with Sheila Harbert

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Sunday, August 31, 2014

August 4, 2014

Executive Director–Stillwater

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Oklahoma WONDERtorium


Name of Job: *

Executive Director

What city will this job be located in? *

Stillwater

Position Description: *

The Oklahoma WONDERtorium, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, is seeking candidates for the full-time position of Executive Director. The Oklahoma WONDERtorium is an award-winning children’s museum, located in Stillwater, Oklahoma, with 10,000 square feet of exhibit space, classrooms and party rooms, office space and a gift shop. The Oklahoma WONDERtorium inspires curiosity to learn through play for a lifetime.

The Executive Director (ED) must have strong organizational knowledge, proven non-profit management experience, superior leadership and strategy skills. A working knowledge of museum operations is desirable. ED will plan, direct, and oversee the functions and activities of the Oklahoma WONDERtorium (“Museum”), in accordance with Board of Directors policies, in the following areas, including but not limited to: developing Museum goals and objectives; managing finances; developing and maintaining exhibits and educational programs; seeking, submitting and administering grants and awards; directing fundraising initiatives to attain Museum goals and mission; implementing operational changes, policies, programs and membership; and providing leadership and training for Museum staff and volunteers.

Position Qualifications:

Minimum requirements include: Bachelor’s degree in business, marketing, museum science, education or related field. Non-degree candidates may be considered based on strong work experience in museum and/or fundraising related fields. A minimum three years management and development of a museum environment is also required.

Position Requirements:

Candidates must have a proven track record of creating and following through on innovative and entrepreneurial visions for emerging institutions; strong, visionary leadership skills; a proven ability as a charismatic leader who develops successful strategies for directing and promoting a children’s museum or similar environment; a familiarity with current museum standards for operations including exhibitions, ethics, and developing museum policy.
Candidates must also have a deep commitment to public education and the role of museums as public institutions, as well as experience with building/construction projects and knowledge of financial planning. Candidate must have an engaging public personality with museum constituents (board of directors, staff, volunteers), as well as the general public; excellent communication and interpersonal skills; and demonstrated success in the areas of fundraising, donor cultivation, and grant writing.
Candidates must also have a demonstrated background in successful budget and fiscal management, as well as human resource management. ED will act as Chief Spokesperson for the museum, and actively engage in a high degree of community visibility to articulate and communicate the value and benefits of the Museum. As part of the public relations responsibilities, the ED will develop and maintain relationships with local media outlets, other children’s museums and non-profit organizations, and various community partners.

A criminal history records check and a credit check are required.

Position Reports to:

Board of Directors

To Apply for this Job: *

Application packages should be sent to:
Oklahoma WONDERtorium
Executive Director Search Committee
PO Box 1299
Stillwater, OK 74076-1299

For full consideration, applications must be sent to the Post Office box. The application package should include a cover letter, a full resume, and the names and addresses of at least three persons who are able to comment objectively on the applicant’s experience and qualifications for the position.

Application review will begin immediately and the position will remain open until filled. To receive full consideration, applications should be received no later than August 31, 2014.

For more information, please go to http://okwondertorium.org.

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Sunday, August 31, 2014

August 4, 2014

AmeriCorps Member-FRC Assistant–OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Urban Mission


Name of Job: *

AmeriCorps Member-FRC Assistant

What city will this job be located in? *

Oklahoma City

Position Description: *

The Urban Mission is now taking applications for a 12 month, full-time AmeriCorps Position to work in our Food Resource Center.

The Urban Mission is an established non-profit that has been in Oklahoma City for over 40 years. Our Food Resource Center serves thousands of low-income families a year. As an AmeriCorps member, you will work alongside our Food Resource Center coordinator. The position will be the right hand person for the FRC coordinator. The coordinator will teach the potential candidate how to build and maintain an optimal client choice food pantry. The applicant will be taught the proper procedures to ordering supplies from a web based food pantry system and how to maintain order and cleanliness in the pantry. The candidate will be in direct contact with thousands of our clients in a 12 month period, and will be taught how to work one-on-one in a kind and caring manner with food pantry clients. Here are some, but not all the things the member will do:
• Ordering food and hygiene supplies from the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma
• Maintaining the food pantry database
• Assisting client with nutritional choices in the pantry
• Interviewing clients and working with web based intake system
• Training and working with volunteers in the pantry
• Stocking the food pantry

Position Qualifications:

• Some college preferred
• Prior work or volunteer experience with non profit organizations is preferred
• Mature, professional, self-motivated team player
• Good interpersonal skills
• Ability to manage multiple projects and priorities

Position Requirements:

AmeriCorps Members work 1,700 hours from
September 2, 2014-August 31, 2015
Must be able to pass background check
Minimum salary of $14,000. plus $5,645. Education Award after completion of service

Position Reports to:

Executive Director

To Apply for this Job: *

To apply, send cover and resume to contact@urbanmissionokc.org

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Friday, August 15, 2014

August 4, 2014

AmeriCorps Member-SPARK Assistant-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Urban Mission


Name of Job: *

AmeriCorps Member-SPARK Assistant

What city will this job be located in? *

Oklahoma City

Position Description: *

The Urban Mission is now taking applications for a 12 month, half-time AmeriCorps Position to work with our SPARK Kids.

The Urban Mission is a 501(c)3 social service agency that has been serving Oklahomans in need for over 40 years. The Mission provides services for economically disadvantaged families that help enrich their health and family life. The AmeriCorp member will work as a SPARK (Support Program of Art and Reading for Kids) teacher with our K-5th grade children; which is an after school and all day summer program. This program is intended for neighborhood at risk children that need help with basics such as reading, writing, arts and crafts, exercise activites and nutritional skills. Along with acting as a mentor for these things, the member will also assist in designing a curriculum that will help enrich their lives through social activities such as library events, museum excursions and cultural outings. The member will also help with our Back-to-School supply program and the Santa Store Christmas program by providing intake, procurement and implementation support of the projects.

Position Qualifications:

• Some college preferred
• Love working with kids
• Prior work or volunteer experience with children and with non-profit organizations is preferred
• Mature, professional, self-motivated team player
• Good interpersonal skills
• Ability to manage multiple projects and priorities

Position Requirements:

AmeriCorps half-time Member will work 900 hours from
September 2, 2014-August 31, 2015. The position generally follows dates & times of OKC Public School System. Minimum salary of $7,200. plus $2,822. Education Award after completion of service

Position Reports to:

Executive Director

To Apply for this Job: *

To apply, send cover and resume to contact@urbanmissionokc.org

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Monday, August 18, 2014

August 4, 2014

AmeriCorps Member - Client Support Coordinator–Moore

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma


Name of Job: *

AmeriCorps Member - Client Support Coordinator

What city will this job be located in? *

Moore

Position Description: *

The Regional Food Bank is seeking an AmeriCorps member who will work under the supervision of the Moore Food Resource Center Manager and be responsible for increasing the Moore Food Resource Center staff and volunteers’ capacity to serve clients, providing training and support to improve and increase opportunities to connect clients to community resources. Use best practices learned in Moore to train partner agencies to build capacity for client referrals.

Duties

•Research, recommend and implement opportunities for expanding client support services at the Moore Food Resource Center, including increasing access to and enrollment in SNAP.
•Assist with recruiting and scheduling volunteers for the Moore Food Resource Center
•Help volunteers check in using CERVIS volunteer software, and ensure tracking of volunteer hours.
•Train, motivate and supervise teams of volunteers who will be interviewing clients for the intake process, stocking shelves, serving as shopper helpers, and maintaining an orderly and pleasing shopping environment.
•Ensure an excellent experience for all volunteers.
•Coordinate with other Food Bank staff to identify and implement best practices for providing client support services.
•Survey clients to assess increase in food security among clients.

Outcomes:
• Indicator #1– Number of individuals served by the Moore Food Resource Center that AmeriCorps member works with to receive support, services, education, and/or referrals to alleviate long-term hunger.
•Indicator #2–Number of individuals reporting increased food security in response to a survey of clients accessing services at the Moore Food Resource Center.

Position Qualifications:

QUALIFICATIONS: BA/BS preferred, or currently in college degree program. 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:

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:
•Language Skills – Fluency in Spanish language required. Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from staff, partner agencies, clients, donors, community organizations, and the general public.
•Mathematical Skills - Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals.
•Reasoning Ability - 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.

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).

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

WORK ENVIRONMENT/ PHYSICAL DEMANDS: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is routinely exposed to outside weather conditions. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate but may be higher when operating equipment. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The employee must be able to lift up to 50 pounds. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

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

Position Reports to:

Moore Food Resource Center Manager

Hours and Salary:

Mon - Fri

To Apply for this Job: *

Please send a resume and cover letter to lpatterson@regionalfoodbank.org to begin the AmeriCorps application process. For more information about AmeriCorps please visit www.nationalservice.gov.

Application Deadline:

Monday, August 25, 2014

Full Time AmeriCorps Member - Snap Outreach–Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma


Name of Job: *

Full Time AmeriCorps Member - Snap Outreach

What city will this job be located in? *

Tulsa

Position Description: *

AmeriCorps full time members will receive a minimum living allowance of $14,000, health insurance, childcare (for qualified members), loan forbearance, and an education award of $5,645 upon completion of 1700 hours of service within one year. (www.americorps.gov).
Hiring Organization: Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma (www.okfoodbank.org).
Position Description: The AmeriCorps member will support the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma’s SNAP Outreach efforts. The position is full time (8-4:30, Mon-Fri) and an occasional evening or weekend.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
• Assist potential participants with application and eligibility requirements for SNAP.
• Schedule outreach events and build new partnerships for outreach.
• Educate CFBEO partner agencies about SNAP and train them to assist their clients.
• Create outreach materials and distribute them across the Food Bank’s service area.
• Maintain detailed records of SNAP Outreach activity, outcomes, and program expenses.

Position Qualifications:

Position Qualifications:
Must be a U.S. citizen, U.S. national or lawful permanent resident and be at least 17 years of age. High school diploma required, college degree preferred. An individual must be able to perform essential duties satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential duties.
• Spanish proficiency highly preferred.
• Strong interpersonal skills.
• Excellent communications skills.
• Ability to work with limited supervision and ability to work as a team.
• Proficient in use of MS Outlook, Word, and Excel.
• Highly motivated and mission driven.
• Cannot serve as an AmeriCorps member with and also be employed by the same agency.

Position Requirements:

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

Hours and Salary:

$14,000 living allowance plus educational award after completion of service

To Apply for this Job: *

To Apply for this Job: Send resume to personnel@okfoodbank.org

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Friday, August 15, 2014

August 1, 2014

Director of Development–Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Operation Aware of Oklahoma


Name of Job: *

Director of Development

What city will this job be located in? *

Tulsa

Position Description: *

Plans, directs, and coordinates all Development activities, major fundraising
activities and special projects, by performing the following duties personally or through
volunteers/staff/other stakeholders.

Position Qualifications:

Minimum of 5 years of direct Corp/Foundation fund raising experience. Must be able to create a resourceful annual report, newsletter and possess strong grant writing skills. At least four years combined experience in event planning, media relations and marketing. Strong skills in multi-tasking, organization, and marketing, as well as excellent oral and written communication skills are required. Must have ability to set priorities, follow schedules, meet deadlines and budgets. Must work well in a team environment and have team facilitation skills to work with members of all constituencies. Must be proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel. Experience in Microsoft Publisher, Photoshop, Adobe Acrobat Pro desired. Bachelor’s degree requested.

Position Requirements:

Regular duties include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
On an on going basis:
1. Fund Raising – Establishes short- and long-range goals for unrestricted funding sources and
enlists support from members of institution staff. Strategizes and orchestrates methods of
approach to institutional donors. Researches public and private grant sources (agencies,
corporations and foundations) to identify sources of restricted and unrestricted funding. Writes grants.
Works with program staff to develop funding related projects. Organizes individual donor
campaigns (e.g., major donors, direct mail and board of trustees). Organizes solicitation
drives for pledges of ongoing support from individuals, corporations, and foundations.
2. Major Gift/Donor Support – Produce major donor, board and special category
solicitations/support materials with the intent to retain or upgrade gifts when possible.
Cultivates donors by producing specialized correspondences, preparing letters of
acknowledgment, scheduling and attending in-person visits.
3. Planned Giving Program – Track progress of pending Legacy and Bequest gifts. Fulfill
requests, produce correspondences and encourage partial/early disbursement where
appropriate.
4. Database and Records Management – Supervises and coordinates activities of workers
engaged in maintaining Giftworks Database and paper records of contributors and grants.
Maintain security and quality controls. Generate queries, reports, exports and any other
collection data as needed. Manage any related vendors.
5. Development & Public Relations – Supervises most development and public affairs matters,
particularly the creation of various communications such as the annual report, general
boilerplate, general PowerPoint presentations, government relations, executive
correspondences and speeches. Produces general content for website.
6. Unrestricted Income Financial Reporting – Maintain accurate accounting of all unrestricted
Income and its sources. Interface with team and Board to fulfill information requests and
maintain reporting accuracy.
7. Dedicate on-going attention to personal professional development through trade
organization networks.

Position Reports to:

Executive Director

Hours and Salary:

industry standards based on experience

To Apply for this Job: *

email resume to:
Jeni Dolan at Jdolan@operationaware,org

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Friday, August 8, 2014

August 1, 2014

Administrative Development Coordinator-Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Hospitality House of Tulsa


Name of Job: *

Administrative Development Coordinator

What city will this job be located in? *

Tulsa

Position Description: *

General Description:
The Administrative Development Coordinator is accountable to the CEO for the performance of the development fundraising office. He or she assists the CEO in establishing the development strategy of the organization, coordinates its annual operating development plan, and performs administrative functions regarding major donor programs, planned giving programs, annual fund, and capital campaigns. The Administrative Development Coordinator also assists the CEO in coordinating all cultivation and stewardship activities, public relations activities and participates in public events sanctioned by HHT.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
• Assist CEO on preparing and implementing a comprehensive annual development plan
• Provides administrative support in soliciting individual, corporate, organizational and foundation gifts
• Provides Administrative support with donor clubs to attract, retain and upgrade gifts
• Assist CEO in implementing and expanding planned giving program
• Coordinate special fundraising and friend-raising events that contribute to annual support and special programs
• Provide office management support to CEO and volunteers, and manage daily office tasks
• Provide support to staff and volunteers by fielding questions and gathering necessary information
• Attend meetings as necessary, take & distribute minutes
• Data entry and tracking of information related to donor prospects and donations
• Generate reports as needed
• Develop letters, presentation materials, and proposals
• Prepare and send thank you notes, donation receipts, and pledge reminders
• Support staff in grant research, writing, and reporting as needed
Community Relations & Marketing
• Create quarterly newsletters and e-news and oversee bulk mailing
• Update Social Media accounts and website
• Communicate professionally with approximately 3,000 Hospitality House supporters through written, oral and interpersonal communication
• Give tours of the facility and explain the mission
• Coordinate with President and CEO to fully plan and implement fundraising events, including auction.
• Oversee projects executed by Event Planning Committee
• Participate in planning and project management of Marketing Committee
• Participate in development of positive community relationships
• Handle inquiries about Hospitality House of Tulsa by the general public
• Participates in development of positive community relationships
• Handles inquiries about Hospitality House of Tulsa by the general public
• Conduct tours of Hospitality House of Tulsa to interested parties

Position Qualifications:

Education, Skills, and Work Experience Requirements:
• Strong Executive Administrative Assistant Skills required.
• Experience with donor management software and databases. Etapestry experience a plus.
• Mastery of Microsoft Word and Excel, PowerPoint, email systems and web research
• Caring, quality customer service, time management, self-management, leadership and team skills
• Able to work in a fast-paced office setting
• Ability to take initiative on tasks, anticipate and set priorities, and meet deadlines
• Ability to work with others in caring, honest, responsible and respectful ways
• Ability to keep highly-sensitive personal and financial information in confidence
• Outstanding organizational skills and multi-tasking ability
• Strong oral and written communication skills
• Bachelor’s degree or equivalent preferred. Training and background in non profit fundraising, business marketing, sales, journalism a plus.
• Preferred Non-Profit or Healthcare experience.

Position Requirements:

Physical Demands:
• Must be able to regularly walk, bend, stoop, climb stairs, and lift up to 35 pounds.
• Need use of both hands to grasp and carry supplies and packages.

Position Reports to:

CEO

Hours and Salary:

Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. Salary range: $32K - $36 depending on experience.

To Apply for this Job: *

Please email cover letter, resume, and references to Toni Moore, President & CEO.
tmoore@HHTulsa.org

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Saturday, August 15, 2015

July 31, 2014

Warehouse/Food Pantry Coordinator-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

The Salvation Army


Name of Job: *

Warehouse/Food Pantry Coordinator

What city will this job be located in? *

Oklahoma City

Position Description: *

The Salvation Army, an internationally recognized, faith-based, not-for-profit organization, seeks a Warehouse/Food Pantry Coordinator for the Central Oklahoma Area Command located in Oklahoma City. This position is a full-time, temporary position August-December 31, 2014.

Description:
Job Summary:
Warehouse/Food Pantry Coordinator:
Coordinates and participates in the work performed in the warehouse and food pantry; ensures that all ordered and donated items are processed through the warehouse in a timely manner and in accordance with established standards; maintains a state of cleanliness and order in all areas; maintains an accurate count of inventory and investigates any discrepancies; coordinates and assists with all activities related to relocating to the new facility.

Angel Tree Driver:
Drives a TSA vehicle to pick up toys and Christmas donations made to the Angel Tree locations and delivers to Area Command or distribution site.

Essential Functions:
Coordinates and participates in unloading and storing all foods and supplies that are delivered to the warehouse/food pantry.
Monitors the arrival and distribution of all ordered and donated items ensuring that items reach the appropriate destination in a timely manner; Receive, count, stock items delivered.
Monitors the supply of inventory available in the warehouse/pantry including all foods and supplies in order to determine the areas needing additional stock.
Visually inspect ordered and donated items in order to prevent or minimize food spoilage; discards items in accordance with established procedures.
Supervises and participates in marking items using identification tags, stamps, electronic marking tools or other labeling equipment as requested.
Oversees work performed by pantry volunteers.
Coordinates the distribution of donations with the social services and kitchen staff; ensures that all items distributed have appropriate approval.
Picks-up donated items; Assist in loading and unloading delivery trucks as needed.
Serves as liaison to kitchen and social services staff; provides and delivers items needed from the warehouse; alerts kitchen of any food donations for immediate use.
Supervises and participates in the housekeeping duties; ensures that the warehouse, food pantry, refrigerators, freezers, and outside area is maintained in a neat and orderly manner,
Ensures the warehouse area is properly maintained and secured at all times; keeps the dock and storage area clean, organized and in conformance with generally accepted standards for safety and fire codes.
Stores tools and equipment in an orderly and accessible manner in warehouse, tool room, supply room and other areas.
Assists with packing and moving in and out of current/new facility.
Other Responsibilities:
Responsible for picking up Christmas donations from Angel Tree locations and delivering to Area Command or distribution site.
Must be available after normal business hours for Angel Tree pick-ups and special events support.

Position Qualifications:

Education: Minimum qualification for this position is a High School Diploma or G.E.D.

Experience: Two years experience working in a warehouse setting; two years experience operating an automotive vehicle or any equivalent combination of training and experience, which provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities.

Position Requirements:

Special Knowledge, Skill and Ability Requirements:

Knowledge of effective and efficient warehouse operations.

Ability to organize and evaluate warehouse and pantry items.

Ability to sort and determine the suitability of delivered and donated items.

Ability to prepare accurate and complete inventory and statistical records.

Ability to ensure the warehouse area and equipment are maintained in a neat, orderly, safe and secure manner.

Ability to build and maintain effective working relationships with donors, volunteers and staff.

Ability to drive up to a 24 foot box truck.

Knowledge of Oklahoma City and surrounding are streets.

Knowledge of acceptable driving techniques and practices.

Ability to read and follow maps.

Physical Requirements:
Ability to meet attendance requirements.

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

Ability to ready and follow written and oral instructions.

Ability to perform strenuous, heavy work involving the lifting and carrying of heavy objects.

Ability to perform continuous walking, standing, and stooping.

Ability to greet guests, such as volunteers, clients and donors.

Ability to alternate between manual labor duties and contact with public, guests, volunteers.

Ability to drive a vehicle in heavy traffic and extended trips.
Ability to drive forklift, operate a manual fork lift and/or operate a manual two-wheeler/dolly.

Ability to drive at night, in dark conditions.

Ability to push/pull equipment.

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

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

Ability to display eye-hand coordination.

Ability to climb stairs, step stools and ladders.

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

Position Reports to:

Director of Operations/Programs

Hours and Salary:

$13.00/hr, 40 hrs/wk

To Apply for this Job: *










Posted On:

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

Applications will be accepted Monday-Friday 10am-3pm at the following address: The Salvation Army 311 SW 5th, Oklahoma City, Ok 73109 or email resume to: Jeff Lara, Director of Operations/Programs at Jeff_Lara@uss.salvationarmy.org

AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

July 31, 2014

AmeriCorp Member: Match Support Specialist-Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Oklahoma


Name of Job: *

AmeriCorp Member: Match Support Specialist

What city will this job be located in? *

Tulsa

Position Description: *

Summary:
Reporting to the Match Support Manager, this position monitors and supports volunteer-child match relationships to achieve child safety, positive impacts for youth, and a strong sense of affiliation with BBBS. As an AmeriCorp member this position will require 1,700 hours of service during in a one year period. In addtion to a living allowance during their year of service members will recieve an education award of $5,645 when the term is completed.

Responsibilities
• Through scheduled in-person, telephone and electronic contact, ascertain that the elements of child safety, match relationship development, positive youth development and volunteer satisfaction are fulfilled and that potential problems and barriers are discussed constructively and in a timely fashion.
• Document and monitor all elements of match support and supervision in the agency information system according to BBBSOK guidelines.
• Assess training, information and support needs for each match participant to assure a positive youth development experience for the child, and successful and satisfying experience for the volunteer.
• Apply child safety and risk management knowledge, policies and procedures throughout all aspects of job function.
• Implement strategic interventions to maintain and strengthen match.
• Assist with the development of match activities and promote match activities to support ongoing volunteer involvement.
• Establish, monitor and meet program goals for match contact, length and customer satisfaction.
• Conduct exit interview meetings with all parties at match closure. Assess reasons for match closure and re-match potential.
• School-based Match Support staff will complete the following tasks: cultivate the relationship with school partners and school officials; collaborate with partners to grow the school-based program; conduct volunteer trainings and activities at the school; attend school meetings and/or teacher meetings to promote BBBS.
• Assist with volunteer appreciation events.
• Assist with recruitment, agency events, and special tasks that arise in program department as needed.

Qualifications
• Bachelors’ degree required preferably in social services.
• Experience working with diverse populations in diverse settings; youth development; understanding child safety/negative indicators; and/or mentoring relationships
• Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing.
• Spanish language proficiency a plus
• Proven ability to manage multiple projects and prioritize.
• Demonstrated ability to work within a team setting.
• Excellent problem-solving skills.
• Self-motivated and results driven.
• Advanced Proficiency in computer programs, particularly Microsoft Office.
• Ability to read and interpret documents such as procedure manuals and work instructions.
• Ability to work some evenings and weekends.

Position Reports to:

Match Support Manager

To Apply for this Job: *

Please send resume and cover letter to Brandi.dunkel@bbbsok.org

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

July 31, 2014

Resident Manager-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

HopeHouse OKC


Name of Job: *

Resident Manager

What city will this job be located in? *

Oklahoma City

Position Description: *

The Resident Manager acts as living community “parent” who cares for the families/individuals in residence and provides regular upkeep of the living community. The primary responsibility of the Resident Manager is to develop genuine, supportive relationships with all Residents for the purpose of providing support and encouragement of Residents to achieve their goals, live well in community and ultimately grow in relationship with Christ. The Resident Manager should be an individual or couple with a desire to live in deep community with people transitioning from poverty with diverse backgrounds including substance abuse, criminal history, and mental illness. The Resident Manager lives on-site in the community in order to oversee the upkeep of the living community property and help families/individuals in case of emergency. The Resident Manager is a non-paid member of the HopeHouse OKC staff. In lieu of financial compensation the Re sident Manger will receive free rent and utilities while residing within the HopeHouse OKC living community.

Position Qualifications:

The Resident Manager will need to first and foremost have a heart for Jesus Christ and a true love for people. General maintenance skills are preferred but not required.

Individuals and married couples with or without children are all encouraged to apply.

Position Requirements:

• Be responsible for fostering an intentional Christian environment of mutual love, respect, and support among all living community Residents

• Walk alongside and support Residents as they achieve the goals in their individual HopeHouse Action Plans

• Spiritually mentor and disciple Residents through their transitional time at HopeHouse

• Conduct community living meetings such as Bible Study/devotional time as assigned by the Program Director or
Executive Director.

• Oversee and upkeep the living community property. Including all light interior and exterior maintenance.

• Be available to provide assistance in case of living community emergency.

• Be available to meet weekly with HopeHouse OKC Program Director and/or Executive Director.

• Assist HopeHouse OKC Staff and Volunteers with resident “move in” and “move out.”

• Ensure that all HopeHouse OKC programs rules are observed.

• Report any program rule violations or living community incidents in appropriate and timely manner to the
HopeHouse OKC Program Director and/or proper authorities.

• All other duties as assigned.

• The Resident Manager is subject to all applicable HopeHouse OKC program rules and guidelines.

Position Reports to:

Program Director

Hours and Salary:

In lieu of financial compensation the Resident Manger will receive free rent and utilities while residing within the HopeHouse OKC living community.

To Apply for this Job: *






Posted On:

Please send cover letter and resume to:

Email: Brandy Romine brandy@hopehouseokc.com
Mail: HopeHouse OKC
6608 North Western PMB #178
Oklahoma City, OK 73116

July 31, 2014

Volunteer Coordinator (Part-time)–Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Philbrook Museum of Art


Name of Job: *

Volunteer Coordinator (Part-time)

What city will this job be located in? *

Tulsa

Position Description: *

The Volunteer Coordinator is responsible for recruiting, screening, placing and providing general orientation for new volunteers, as well as providing for the recognition and retention of volunteers (except for Docents) for Philbrook Museum of Art.

Duties:
Accept requests from staff for ongoing or special project volunteer positions in their areas, and assist with the development of volunteer job descriptions for ongoing volunteer positions.

Recruit qualified applicants for open volunteer positions through a variety of mechanisms, including Museum website, other recruitment websites and participating in volunteer recruitment fairs. Promote youth volunteer opportunities to local schools, colleges, and youth organizations.

Conduct general personal interviews with qualified applicants, and determine placement in positions that match their interests, skills, and availability. Work through the Human Resources office for background check of each volunteer.

Conduct general training and orientation for new volunteers, schedule additional training as needed. Follow up with absent volunteers and perform resignation procedures for volunteers leaving their positions

Maintain accurate records for volunteers, including their contact information and hours of service.

Establish and oversee all operations, policies and procedures relating to volunteers.

Coordinate one-time volunteer opportunities for groups.

Plan and implement volunteer recognition activities.

Position Qualifications:

Proven knowledge of developing and/or managing a volunteer program.

Demonstrated skill and success in the selection, motivation, development and management of volunteers.

Exceptional interpersonal skills with the ability to quickly develop rapport, as well as build and maintain effective long-term relationships.

Excellent oral and written communication skills, with the ability to prepare and deliver concise, understandable and effective reports/presentations.

Highly organized and attentive to detail with the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously.

High level of ethics and credibility in presenting points of view and building consensus.

High level of initiative and persistence in completing assignments.

Ability to develop long and short-range plans and determine outcomes.

Proficiency in personal computers, including word processing and fundraising software.

Position Requirements:

• Bachelor’s degree or related field experience
• Working knowledge of best practices in volunteer coordination
• Recruiting, screening, or training experience
• Experience in the non-profit sector, to include working as a member of a non-profit board, preferably active committee assignment

Position Reports to:

Director of Development

Hours and Salary:

Part-time 20 hours/week $12-$15/hour

To Apply for this Job: *

Send cover letter, resume, and references to humanresources@philbrook.org

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Friday, August 15, 2014

July 29, 2014

Preschool Assistant Teacher–OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Celebrations Preschool, Inc.


Name of Job: *

Preschool Assistant Teacher

What city will this job be located in? *

Oklahoma City

Position Description: *

Preschool Assistant Teachers are required to assist the Lead teacher in providing care and education for early preschool (3-4 year olds) children. Assistant Teachers work in the classroom assisting the teacher with lessons, small group activities, basic housekeeping, serving meals and supervising children throughout the work day. Assistant teachers also participate in either before school care (7:30-8:30 a.m.) or after school care (3:00-4:00 p.m.). Assistant teachers are included in professional development opportunities and support staff meetings.

Position Qualifications:

High School diploma or GED
Working towards CDA or Certificate of Mastery in Early Childhood Education preferable.
Bilingual candidates encouraged, but not required.

Position Requirements:

Must be dependable and able to work 40 hours per week.
Must have reliable transportation.
Must be able to successfully pass a Criminal Background Check.
Must be able to read and write in English, Spanish is a plus.
Must be able to communicate in English, Spanish is a plus.
Must be able to move with ease within a classroom or on a playground with young children.
Must be able to work harmoniously with a teaching team and program administration.
Must be able to build relationships with students and families served to ensure family needs are met.

Position Reports to:

Program Director, Jessica Harris

Hours and Salary:

40 Hour work week, Monday through Friday

To Apply for this Job: *

To apply for this position please send resume to Jessica Harris, Program Director at jessica.harris@celebrationsokc.org.

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Friday, August 15, 2014

July 29, 2014

AmeriCorps Serves Member (PT)–Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Camp Fire Green Country


Name of Job: *

AmeriCorps Serves Member (PT)

What city will this job be located in? *

Tulsa

Position Description: *

These two part-time Oklahoma Serves – AmeriCorps Member position that of a club leader-mentor, endeavors to facilitate age-level quality programming in out-of-school-time settings for underserved youth in the Tulsa area.

Position Qualifications:

• High School diploma or GED
• Positive people skills
• Strong communication skills
• Education/Experience in youth development
• Computer proficiency in Word, Excel, and Outlook
• Valid driver’s license and proof of auto insurance

Position Requirements:

• Facilitate Camp Fire programming within various elementary and middle school communities;
• Communicate consistently with school administrators and Community School Coordinators;
• Recruit youth members and parent volunteers at school and PTA events throughout the year;
• Participate in school site team meetings;
• Learn about, demonstrate, and practice Advancing Youth Development (AYD) and the Camp Fire Youth Program Quality Initiative (CFYPQI) curricula;
• Assist Program Coordinator as needed to observe and manage club programming at the elementary school level throughout the Council; and
• Assist other staff as needed with Council-wide events and activities such as leader training, spring campout, and other such events.

Position Reports to:

Program Director

To Apply for this Job: *

Email resume to Jobs@tulsacampfire.org

Application Deadline:

Posted On:

Wednesday, August 13, 2014

July 29, 2014

Program Services Assistant–Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Camp Fire Green Country


Name of Job: *

Program Services Assistant

What city will this job be located in? *

Tulsa

Position Description: *

This full-time AmeriCorps Oklahoma in Action position, that of a Program Services Assistant, endeavors to expand the organization’s capacity to observe and facilitate quality out-of-school programming for youth in the Tulsa area during the 2014-15 school year. In general, the Program Services Assistant works closely with the Program Services Coordinator for Club/Small Group Programs to expand Camp Fire programming at existing sites and at additional community school sites as well.

Position Qualifications:

• High School diploma or GED
• Positive people skills
• Strong communication skills
• Education/Experience in youth development
• Computer proficiency in Word, Excel, and Outlook

Position Requirements:

• Promote Camp Fire within various elementary and middle school communities;
• Communicate consistently with school administrators and Community School Coordinators;
• Recruit youth members and parent volunteers at school and PTA events throughout the year;
• Participate in school site team meetings;
• Learn about, demonstrate, and practice Advancing Youth Development (AYD) and the Camp Fire Youth Program Quality Initiative (CFYPQI) curricula with club leaders and families;
• Assist Program Coordinator as needed to observe and manage club programming at the elementary school level throughout the Council; and
• Assist other staff as needed with Council-wide events and activities such as leader training, spring campout, and other such events.

Position Reports to:

Program Services Coordinator