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Ranger-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Girl Scouts Western Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
Ranger
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * POSITION SUMMARY
Under the general direction of the Facilities & Property Director, the Camp Ranger provides general maintenance and custodial services in accordance with the council’s policies and standards. The incumbent works closely with camp directors, volunteers and council staff to ensure that troop, day and resident campers have a successful camping experience. This position requires the incumbent to live on site to provide 24 hour emergency coverage.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
• Performs year-round grounds maintenance which includes snow removal, trail clearing, road maintenance and lawn mowing.
• Cleans and maintains building, grounds and equipment.
• Maintains detailed inventory of tools, equipment and supplies on Xcel spreadsheet for monthly review.
• Maintains pools, septic system and plumbing schedules. Provides updated schedules to the Property Director on a quarterly basis.
• Monitors camp property, equipment and building condition as well as damage caused by weather or vandalism and submits typed reports to the Property Director.
• Maintains gates and posted signs to discourage unauthorized access onto camp property.
• Provides support to camp directors, volunteers and staff for camp projects.
• Assists campers in moving into and out of units; and provides authorized equipment to ensure a successful camping experience.
• Maintains the interior and exterior of camp buildings.
• Opens and closes all outdoor camping units by cleaning and making repairs, turning on water systems, moving equipment, and winterizing pipes and water systems.
• Follows GSUSA and council policies and guidelines to ensure compliance with relevant Federal, state and local laws, regulations, and codes.
• Manages all work orders and PMs using required work order system with the goal of maintaining continuous ACA accreditation.
• Performs all tasks assigned by Director of Facilities.

REQUIRED COMPETENCIES/SKILLS
Communications: Exhibits good listening and comprehension; Expresses ideas and thoughts in written form; Expresses ideas and thoughts verbally; Keeps others adequately informed; Selects and uses appropriate communication methods.
Customer Service: Displays courtesy and sensitivity; Manages difficult or emotional customer situations; Meets commitments; Responds promptly to customer needs; Solicits customer feedback to improve service.
Quality: Applies feedback to improve performance; Demonstrates accuracy and thoroughness; Displays commitment to excellence; Looks for ways to improve and promote quality; Monitors own work to ensure quality.
Planning and Organization: Integrates changes smoothly; Plans for additional resources; Prioritizes and plans work activities; Sets goals and objectives; Uses time efficiently; Works in an organized manner.

SUPERVISORY DUTIES
• N/A

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE
• Experience in maintenance and equipment work

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS
• Valid Oklahoma state driver’s license

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

REQUIRED SKILLS & ABILITIES 
• Experience in maintenance and equipment work.
• Demonstrated interpersonal skills.
• Knowledge and understanding of equipment management and grounds maintenance.
• Proven capability to maintain confidentiality.
• The incumbent will be on call 24/7 during camping season and other activity periods.

COMPUTER EQUIPMENT AND SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS
 Computer literate with word processing and excel skills (i.e. Microsoft Office systems); ability to navigate and use Outlook and Personify or similar software.

SELECTIVE ABILITIES & PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The incumbent must be able to perform the following qualifications in order to be offered and/or maintain employment in this position. 
• Very Heavy Work (use of force to lift, carry push, pull or over objects up to 50 pounds, frequent exposure to adverse environmental conditions, long periods of time standing and walking over uneven terrain, weekends and evenings/nights are required occasionally).

WORK ENVIRONMENT
The employee will work in an office environment and in close quarters with other staff and clients. The noise level in the work environment varies from moderate to loud; hectic situations can occur characteristic to working with infants, toddlers and parents in need. Exposure to odors such and scents are common. 
To Apply for this Job: *
 Posted:  4/1/2015

Program Assistant-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
RSVP of Central Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
Program Assistant
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: *
Part-time Program Assistant for nonprofit org. 25 hrs./wk. $10 hr. MWC area. Strong organizational and human relations skills required. Respect and passion for senior citizens required. Deadline 4-15-15. EOE.
To Apply for this Job: *
Send cover letter and resume to beth.patterson@rsvpokc.org
Application Deadline: Wednesday, April 15, 2015
 Posted: 4/1/2015 

Administrative Assistant-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Oklahoma City Orchestra League, Inc.
Name of Job: *
Administrative Assistant
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: *
General Description: 
Provides support to the Executive Director, Board of Directors, and members of the Oklahoma City Orchestra League (OCOL).
Position Qualifications:
Qualifications:
• Minimum Associate Degree
• Excellent customer service skills
• Proficient in Microsoft Word, Outlook, Excel; Experience in Power Point and Publisher preferred
• Excellent written composition skills
• Business math skills
• English, first language
Position Requirements: Responsibilities:
• Open and close office
• Maintain and organize office
• Be acquainted with all activities of the OCOL and the responsibilities of its officers and its committees
• Prepare office conference room for onsite meetings; see that necessary items are taken and returned for off-site meetings; advise Board members and committee chairmen in scheduling and use of conference room
• Maintain office calendar and assist with scheduling; assist President and Executive Director in establishing and maintaining a timeline outlining OCOL operations, dates, and sequence of projects
• Keep members informed of necessary information, meetings, and other updates
• Record official meeting minutes for Board of Directors and Executive Committee
• Process check requests and payables; handle petty cash as directed by the Treasurer; make bank deposits as necessary
• Maintain all annual subscriptions and licenses; maintain inventory of equipment and supplies
• Maintain League database
• Maintain necessary committee reports as required
• Maintain files as directed by the President, Board members, and Executive Director
• Train office volunteers
• Perform other duties as assigned
Position Reports to:
Executive Directir
Hours and Salary:
Position: Part-time; Hourly Hours: 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Monday through Friday
To Apply for this Job: *
Send resume to:

Jeannette LaMar, Executive Director

Oklahoma City Orchestra League, Inc.
3815 N. Santa Fe, Suite 105
Oklahoma City, OK 73118

execdir@okcorchestraleague.org

Phone 405-601-4245
Fax 405-601-4278
Application Deadline: Friday, May 1, 2015
 Posted: 4/1/2015 

Deputy Director-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
OIC of Oklahoma County
Name of Job: *
Deputy Director
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: *
The Deputy Director is a key management leadership position of Opportunities Industrialization Center of Oklahoma County, Inc. The Deputy Director is responsible for assisting in overseeing the administration, programs and strategic plan of the organization. Other key duties include fundraising, marketing, and community outreach. The position reports directly to the Executive Director.
Position Qualifications:
• Bachelor's degree required, Master's preferred
• 3 years of professional experience in a nonprofit organization; demonstrated success in a development function (managing and forging relationships with multiple donor sources)
• Excellent communication skills, both written and oral; ability to influence and engage a wide range of donors and build long-term relationships
• Ability to construct, articulate, and implement annual strategic development plan
• Self reliant, good problem solver, results oriented
Position Requirements: • Develop and implement an integrated strategic communications plan to advance OIC’s brand identity; broaden awareness of its programs and priorities; and increase the visibility of its programs across key stakeholder audiences
• Create marketing/public relations strategy that will allow OIC to cultivate and enhance meaningful relationships with targeted, high-level external audiences, including the media and key influencers
• Identify challenges and emerging issues faced by the organization. Work with leadership team and staff to recognize internal and external communications opportunities and solutions, and define and execute appropriate strategies to support them
• Oversee marketing and other communications efforts
• Support and partner with the ED and board members on all major fundraising initiatives
• Establish and maintain relationships with various organizations throughout the state and utilize those relationships to strategically enhance OIC’s Mission
• Actively work with the ED and senior staff to develop and implement a comprehensive development strategy to include corporate, foundation, government grants, etc. 
Position Reports to:
Executive Director
To Apply for this Job: *
Email your resume to: oicpk@sbcglobal.net.
Application Deadline: Thursday, April 30, 2015
 Posted:  3/31/2015

Americorps Client Outreach Coordinator-Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Rebuilding Together Tulsa
Name of Job: *
Americorps Client Outreach Coordinator
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa, Oklahoma
Position Description: * Description of Community Need

Rebuilding Together Tulsa serves low-income homeowners in Tulsa City Limits, with a focus on seniors, people living with a disability and families with children. According to the US Census, 44% of Tulsa’s residents are low to moderate income. The Census identifies 135,510 individuals in the City of Tulsa living with a disability and details the Tulsa population over 65 as increasing.

Summary of Position / General Areas of Responsibility

The AmeriCorps Client Outreach Coordinator will work in the community with targeted client populations, including veterans. They will build relationships with groups that work with and have access to targeted populations, as well as working directly with potential and active clients in targeted client populations. The AmeriCorps Client Outreach Coordinator will work closely with the RTT staff when reaching out to strategic partners to increase awareness of the services Rebuilding Together Tulsa provides, build the brand and build trust with both organizations and clients in targeted neighborhoods Rebuilding Together Tulsa serves. The AmeriCorps Client Outreach Coordinator will also work on translating outreach materials into Spanish—Rebuilding Together Tulsa serves a Spanish speaking population and translation of materials will build trust in these neighborhoods, increase number of Spanish speaking applicants, clearly communicate Rebuilding Together Tulsa’s mission and available services to clients, and build the brand in targeted neighborhoods.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

• Identify and meet with organizations and neighborhood associations to identify ways to collaborate to meet the needs of clients, recruit qualified applicants, and provide accurate referral information. 
• Attend neighborhood association and organization meetings scheduled for targeted neighborhoods to increase awareness of the services Rebuilding Together Tulsa provides, recruit clients, build the brand and build trust in targeted neighborhoods. 
• Create materials for client outreach, targeting community partners in the community that serve the same constituents, including but not limited to brochures and flyers.
• Translate Rebuilding Together Tulsa materials including but not limited to client applications, brochures, and flyers to from English to Spanish. 
• Identify organizations and groups in the area that serve veterans and set up and attend meetings to build strategic partnerships with these organizations in order to increase number of qualified veteran applicants, share information about the services Rebuilding Together Tulsa provides, build trust in the veteran community and build the brand. 
• Create and implement a plan to continue partnerships with nonprofit and other organizations, neighborhood associations, and veteran service organizations.
• Assist with planning and implementation of rebuilding projects, including project logistics and hands-on repairs.
• Work to secure in-kind resources to reach targeted populations (less than 170 hours over the course of the term).

Capacity Building

By reaching out to specific underserved populations, trust and connections will be formed within these specific population groups allowing us to work collaboratively to serve more people in need. These populations include neighborhoods where a majority of the population live at or below 50% LMI and veterans who meet the low-income requirements and may live anywhere in Tulsa City Limits.

The AmeriCorps Client Outreach Coordinator will increase the number of families served in Tulsa by securing ongoing collaborative partners that will identify high client need areas. Partnerships secured will be cultivated and continue after the conclusion of the AmeriCorps service.

• Create new collaborative partnerships in the 5 currently targeted neighborhoods RTT serves.
• Identify one new neighborhood where need is great and secure new collaborative partners in that neighborhood
• Identify strategic partners for outreach to veterans and veteran families.
• Work with the program staff in the community with clients to provide direct services 

The CapacityCorps Program has several AmeriCorps Member Performance Targets for each member:

• 20 Homes: Each AmeriCorps member will repair 20 homes directly or build capacity that allows for 20 homes to be repaired, modified, or rebuilt. 
• 24 Low-Income Homeowners: Each AmeriCorps member will assist 24 low-income homeowners to live independently and age-in-place in a home with dramatically improved warmth, safety, and energy efficiency. 
• 2 Low-Income Veteran Homeowners. Each AmeriCorps member will assist 2 low-income veteran homeowners to live independently and age-in-place in a home with dramatically improved warmth, safety, and energy efficiency. 
Position Qualifications: Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

Preferred

• Experience in community outreach
• Experience/ knowledge of construction methods and home repairs
• Experience managing or working with volunteers and community organizations
• Good writing skills, ability to compose professional written communications for a variety of audiences

Required

• Proficiency with Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and use of internet
• Ability to effectively communicate, read, write, and translate Spanish
• Responsibility and ability to function in a fast-paced, detail-oriented environment
• Excellent verbal communication and comfort working on projects as part of a team
• Ability and willingness to accept direction
• Ability and willingness to be flexible

Description of Physical Demands

The AmeriCorps Client Outreach Coordinator must be able to lift 50 pounds as part of his or her duties to perform direct home repairs for the clients identified. The AmeriCorps Client Outreach Coordinator must be able to travel independently to homes to conduct home assessments, including walking, and climbing stairs. 
Position Requirements: Other Requirements

Driver’s license and clean driving record to allow use of Rebuilding Together Tulsa’s vehicle. The AmeriCorps Client Outreach Coordinator may occasionally drive a van or truck with a trailer.

Background Check

CapacityCorps members are required to pass an FBI criminal background check with fingerprints, applicable state background checks, and an NSOPW check. For more information about disqualifying findings, visit our FAQ’s on our website, www.rebuildingtogether.org/capacitycorps. 

Prohibited Activities

AmeriCorps members may not engage in any of the AmeriCorps Prohibited Activities (see below) directly or indirectly by recruiting, training, or managing others for the primary purpose of engaging in one of the activities listed below. AmeriCorps members will not recruit or coordinate volunteers for the purposes of raising funds for his/her living allowance, Rebuilding Together’s general operating expenses, or write grant applications for funding provided by CNCS or other federal agencies. 

Any volunteer recruitment, training, management, or coordination listed above as completed by the AmeriCorps member pertains to volunteers engaged in work directly related to rebuilding project implementation only.

AmeriCorps Prohibited Activities

Prohibited Activities. While charging time to the AmeriCorps program, accumulating service or training hours, or otherwise performing activities supported by the AmeriCorps program or CNCS, staff and members may not engage in the following activities (see 45 CFR § 2520.65): 

a) Attempting to influence legislation; 
b) Organizing or engaging in protests, petitions, boycotts, or strikes; 
c) Assisting, promoting, or deterring union organizing; 
d) Impairing existing contracts for services or collective bargaining agreements; 
e) Engaging in partisan political activities, or other activities designed to influence the outcome of an election to any public office; 
f) Participating in, or endorsing, events or activities that are likely to include advocacy for or against political parties, political platforms, political candidates, proposed legislation, or elected officials; 
g) Engaging in religious instruction, conducting worship services, providing instruction as part of a program that includes mandatory religious instruction or worship, constructing or operating facilities devoted to religious instruction or worship, maintaining facilities primarily or inherently devoted to religious instruction or worship, or engaging in any form of religious proselytization; 
h) Providing a direct benefit to— 
i) A business organized for profit; 
ii) A labor union; 
iii) A partisan political organization; 
iv) A nonprofit organization that fails to comply with the restrictions contained in section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 related to engaging in political activities or substantial amount of lobbying except that nothing in these provisions shall be construed to prevent participants from engaging in advocacy activities undertaken at their own initiative; and 
v) An organization engaged in the religious activities described in paragraph 3.g. above, unless CNCS assistance is not used to support those religious activities; 
i) Conducting a voter registration drive or using CNCS funds to conduct a voter registration drive; 
j) Providing abortion services or referrals for receipt of such services; and 
k) Such other activities as CNCS may prohibit. 

AmeriCorps members may not engage in the above activities directly or indirectly by recruiting, training, or managing others for the primary purpose of engaging in one of the activities listed above. Individuals may exercise their rights as private citizens and may participate in the activities listed above on their initiative, on non-AmeriCorps time, and using non-CNCS funds. Individuals should not wear the AmeriCorps logo while doing so. 
Citations: 
• 45CFR § 2520.65 -http://www.americorps.gov/help/ac_sn_all_2012/WebHelp/index.htm 
• 2012 AmeriCorps Provisions IV.D.3 - https://egrants.cns.gov/provisions/ACProvisions2012.pdf
Position Reports to:
Kelly Hall, Community Relations Manager
Hours and Salary:
40 hours a week
To Apply for this Job: *
To apply for an Americorps position with Rebuilding Together Tulsa, visit the Rebuilding Together National Website athttp://rebuildingtogether.org/whoweare/americorps/capacitycorps/.
Application Deadline: Tuesday, September 1, 2015
 Posted:  3/31/2015

Americorps Project Coordinator-Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Rebuilding Together Tulsa
Name of Job: *
Americorps Project Coordinator
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa
Position Description: * Description of Community Need

Rebuilding Together Tulsa serves low-income homeowners in Tulsa City Limits, with a focus on seniors, people living with a disability and families with children. According to the US Census, 44% of Tulsa’s residents are low to moderate income. The Census identifies 135,510 individuals in the City of Tulsa living with a disability and details the Tulsa population over 65 as increasing.

Summary of Position / General Areas of Responsibility

The AmeriCorps Project Coordinator will work to secure strategic dedicated skilled services, whether provided through volunteers, universities, associations or other avenues. These resources will increase our capacity by strategically adding additional people with specific skills to make direct service repairs on a weekly, monthly or quarterly basis. Partners will also be sought to provide specific in-kind services and/or materials. The AmeriCorps Project Coordinator will work closely with the RTT staff when reaching out to strategic partners. 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

• Work with program staff to supervise on-site skilled teams in completing hands-on repairs at project sites. 
• Purchase and deliver necessary materials and tools to volunteer teams at job locations. 
• Complete hands-on repairs and punch list activities alongside volunteers.
• Work with program staff to plan and schedule weekly rebuild projects. This may include contacting volunteer teams, coordinating supplies, and scheduling with clients. 
• Work to secure in-kind resources to reach targeted populations (less than 170 hours over the course of their term).
• Recruit new weekly skilled volunteer teams by reaching out to churches, civic organizations, and professional groups. 

Capacity Building

The AmeriCorps Project Coordinator will increase the number of families served in Tulsa by securing ongoing skilled resources that will allow the staff to work efficiently while providing direct services. Partnerships secured will be cultivated and continue after the conclusion of the AmeriCorps service.

• Secure 4 new skilled volunteer team partnerships that will work on a weekly, monthly or quarterly basis.
• Secure 2 new in-kind partnerships offering skilled services on an on-going basis (i.e. electricians, HVAC).
• Secure 1 new partner for strategic in-kind materials that can be utilized by ongoing skilled volunteer teams (i.e. wheelchair ramp materials)

The CapacityCorps Program has several AmeriCorps Member Performance Targets for each member:

• 20 Homes: Each AmeriCorps member will repair 20 homes directly or build capacity that allows for 20 homes to be repaired, modified, or rebuilt. 
• 24 Low-Income Homeowners: Each AmeriCorps member will assist 24 low-income homeowners to live independently and age-in-place in a home with dramatically improved warmth, safety, and energy efficiency. 
• 2 Low-Income Veteran Homeowners. Each AmeriCorps member will assist 2 low-income veteran homeowners to live independently and age-in-place in a home with dramatically improved warmth, safety, and energy efficiency. 
Position Qualifications: Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

Preferred
• Experience in community outreach
• Experience/ knowledge of construction methods and home repairs
• Experience managing or working with volunteers and contractors
• Good writing skills, ability to compose professional written communications for a variety of audiences

Required
• Proficiency with Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and use of internet
• Responsibility and ability to function in a fast-paced, detail-oriented environment
• Excellent verbal communication and comfort working on projects as part of a team
• Ability and willingness to accept direction
• Ability and willingness to be flexible

Description of Physical Demands

The AmeriCorps Project Coordinator must be able to lift 50 pounds as part of his or her duties to perform direct home repairs with the recruited skilled volunteer teams. The AmeriCorps Project Coordinator must be able to travel independently to homes to conduct home assessments, including walking, and climbing stairs. 
Position Requirements: Other Requirements

Driver’s license and clean driving record to allow use of Rebuilding Together Tulsa’s vehicle. The AmeriCorps Client Outreach Coordinator may occasionally drive a van or truck with a trailer.

Background Check

CapacityCorps members are required to pass an FBI criminal background check with fingerprints, applicable state background checks, and an NSOPW check. For more information about disqualifying findings, visit our FAQ’s on our website, www.rebuildingtogether.org/capacitycorps. 

Prohibited Activities

AmeriCorps members may not engage in any of the AmeriCorps Prohibited Activities (see below) directly or indirectly by recruiting, training, or managing others for the primary purpose of engaging in one of the activities listed below. AmeriCorps members will not recruit or coordinate volunteers for the purposes of raising funds for his/her living allowance, Rebuilding Together’s general operating expenses, or write grant applications for funding provided by CNCS or other federal agencies. 

Any volunteer recruitment, training, management, or coordination listed above as completed by the AmeriCorps member pertains to volunteers engaged in work directly related to rebuilding project implementation only.

AmeriCorps Prohibited Activities

Prohibited Activities. While charging time to the AmeriCorps program, accumulating service or training hours, or otherwise performing activities supported by the AmeriCorps program or CNCS, staff and members may not engage in the following activities (see 45 CFR § 2520.65): 

a) Attempting to influence legislation; 
b) Organizing or engaging in protests, petitions, boycotts, or strikes; 
c) Assisting, promoting, or deterring union organizing; 
d) Impairing existing contracts for services or collective bargaining agreements; 
e) Engaging in partisan political activities, or other activities designed to influence the outcome of an election to any public office; 
f) Participating in, or endorsing, events or activities that are likely to include advocacy for or against political parties, political platforms, political candidates, proposed legislation, or elected officials; 
g) Engaging in religious instruction, conducting worship services, providing instruction as part of a program that includes mandatory religious instruction or worship, constructing or operating facilities devoted to religious instruction or worship, maintaining facilities primarily or inherently devoted to religious instruction or worship, or engaging in any form of religious proselytization; 
h) Providing a direct benefit to— 
i) A business organized for profit; 
ii) A labor union; 
iii) A partisan political organization; 
iv) A nonprofit organization that fails to comply with the restrictions contained in section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 related to engaging in political activities or substantial amount of lobbying except that nothing in these provisions shall be construed to prevent participants from engaging in advocacy activities undertaken at their own initiative; and 
v) An organization engaged in the religious activities described in paragraph 3.g. above, unless CNCS assistance is not used to support those religious activities; 
i) Conducting a voter registration drive or using CNCS funds to conduct a voter registration drive; 
j) Providing abortion services or referrals for receipt of such services; and 
k) Such other activities as CNCS may prohibit. 

AmeriCorps members may not engage in the above activities directly or indirectly by recruiting, training, or managing others for the primary purpose of engaging in one of the activities listed above. Individuals may exercise their rights as private citizens and may participate in the activities listed above on their initiative, on non-AmeriCorps time, and using non-CNCS funds. Individuals should not wear the AmeriCorps logo while doing so. 
Citations: 
• 45CFR § 2520.65 -http://www.americorps.gov/help/ac_sn_all_2012/WebHelp/index.htm 
• 2012 AmeriCorps Provisions IV.D.3 - https://egrants.cns.gov/provisions/ACProvisions2012.pdf
Position Reports to:
Jeff Fite, Program Officer
Hours and Salary:
40 hours a week
To Apply for this Job: *
To apply for an Americorps position with Rebuilding Together Tulsa, visit Rebuilding Together's National website athttp://rebuildingtogether.org/whoweare/americorps/capacitycorps/
Application Deadline: Tuesday, September 1, 2015
 Posted:  3/31/2015

Part-Time Sales Associate (Saturday Only)-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
YWCA Oklahoma City
Name of Job: *
Part-Time Sales Associate Saturday Only
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: *
The YWCA Oklahoma City is seeking candidates for a part-time associate to work Saturdays only in Our Sisters’ Closet Resale Shop. The successful candidate will assist with the daily operations of a retail store, and provide customer service as required.
Position Qualifications:
Minimum qualifications include a high school diploma and one year retail experience
Position Requirements:
The position requires a motivated team player who is self-directed, professionally-mannered, has strong listening and verbal communications skills and who works well with people. Customer relations experience and basic computer skills are 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: Thursday, April 30, 2015
 Posted:  3/30/2015

Assistant Teacher 1-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Sunbeam Family Services
Name of Job: *
Assistant Teacher 1
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City, OK
Position Description: * This position serves as classroom Assistant Teacher for an early childhood classroom with a direct focus on infants, toddlers, and pre-school age children. The Assistant Teacher will work collaboratively with a Lead Teacher to ensure the successful operation of a classroom. The Assistant Teacher also works with a team of other classroom teachers and family members to achieve positive outcomes for children of all abilities.
All employees and volunteers are expected to be sensitive to our client’s cultural and socioeconomic characteristics, reflect Sunbeam Family Services core values and to perform at Sunbeam’s standards of excellence at all times.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
-Demonstrate capacity for providing developmentally appropriate practice, for exemplifying the values expected within the program, and for promoting the mission of the organization.
-Assist in implementing Head Start/Early Head Start Performance Standards in classrooms.
-Assist in documenting volunteer activities and parent communication regarding children's functions and activities.
-Assist in organizing the classroom, according to developmental levels and individual need of the children, ensuring: (1) the development of trust and emotional security; (2) opportunities to explore a variety of sensory and motor experiences; (3) opportunities for the development of self-awareness, autonomy, and self-expression; and (4) opportunities for gross and fine motor development.
-Ensure daily or weekly observations are completed and entered in Teaching Strategies GOLD.
-Ensure individual child assessments are completed and documented for all children in classroom.
-Ensure individual child portfolios are up-to-date relative to local, state, and federal requirements.
-Assist in ensuring classrooms are homelike, safe, sanitary, and free of clutter.
-Work in a team setting with all staff to determine individual needs of children including children with disabilities or special needs.
-Consult regularly with appropriate service providers, consultants, and staff regarding child development concerns for all children including children with disabilities and special needs.
Promote the development of secure relationships with children assigned by assuring primary and continuity of care.
-Relate to children in a calm, caring, nurturing, and soothing manner, responding to all cries, babbles, and verbalizations, using appropriate child guidance techniques at all times.
-Stay involved with the children at all times during the day.
-Conduct home visits and parent/teacher conferences with each child’s family, according to program schedule, policies and procedures.
-Feed infants according to their home schedule, hold them every time they are fed, and share information about their eating with their parents daily.
-Assist with family style dining implementing family style dining according to program policy and procedures and Head Start/Early Head Start Performance Standards.
-Assist with conducting developmental screenings, as assigned.
-Assist with training parents and volunteers in planning and implementing appropriate activities.
-Assist in maintaining a clean, safe learning environment at all time.
-Greet parents and children pleasantly and appropriately, ensuring a smooth transition into the center, a positive home-center connection, and a family partnership.
-Maintain ongoing professional and appropriate communication with parents through a variety of methods and send activities home that parents can do with their children to support the curriculum and the child's learning.
-Encourage parents to become involved in workshops, training, and other Head Start/Early Head Start activities.
-Maintain and assist in maintaining accurate attendance records, food reports, in-kind reports, and other record keeping and reports, as required.
-Participate in program training, weekly staff meetings, and case management meetings.
-Assist with maintaining supplies.
-Report to work at scheduled times and maintain good attendance.
-Perform all duties in a timely and professional manner.
-Participate with a positive attitude and behavior in all program activities.
-Continue professional growth by participating in ongoing education, training programs, workshops, and conferences in an effort to provide individualized care and education to serve all children including children with disabilities and special needs.
-Perform required and other assigned duties in a manner that demonstrates compliance with Sunbeam's Culturally Competent Practice Policy as well as other agency policy and procedure and those of grants/contracts so that work of the agency is systematized and effective. 
Position Qualifications: SKILLS AND ABILITIES 
-Excellent problem solving, planning, and organizational skills.
-Detail and multi-task orientation with a strong desire to succeed.
-Must be able to cope well with stress.
-Ability to work as a cooperative and supportive team member.
-Ability to effectively communicate and cooperate with diverse families, various professionals, and community groups.
-Ability and willingness to work in a program located in a high-risk, low-income community.
-Ability to exercise discretion in handling confidential information and materials.
-Ability to communicate and respond in a manner that consistently demonstrates respect and concern.
-Must be able to remain abreast of developments in the child development field to enhance professional growth and development.
-Establish and maintain 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. 
Position Requirements:
EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE
-High school diploma or GED required.
-Child Development Associate (CDA), Child Care Professional credential (CCP), or Certificate of Mastery (CM) required.
-Experience in child care preferred.

ADDITIONAL JOB REQUIREMENTS
-Clearance of background check and drug screen
-TB screen required
-Physical required.
-Bilingual Spanish/English ideal.
To Apply for this Job: *
Please apply online at sunbeamfamilyservices.org
Application Deadline: Thursday, April 30, 2015
 Posted: 3/30/2015 

Assistant Teacher 2-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Sunbeam Family Services
Name of Job: *
Assistant Teacher 2
What city will this job be located in? *
OKC
Position Description: * This position serves as classroom Assistant Teacher for an early childhood classroom with a direct focus on infants, toddlers, and pre-school age children. The Assistant Teacher will work collaboratively with a Lead Teacher to ensure the successful operation of a classroom. The Assistant Teacher also works with a team of other classroom teachers and family members to achieve positive outcomes for children of all abilities.

All employees and volunteers are expected to be sensitive to our client’s cultural and socioeconomic characteristics, reflect Sunbeam Family Services core values and to perform at Sunbeam’s standards of excellence at all times.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
-Demonstrate capacity for providing developmentally appropriate practice, for exemplifying the values expected within the program, and for promoting the mission of the organization.
-Assist in implementing Head Start/Early Head Start Performance Standards in classrooms.
-Assist in documenting volunteer activities and parent communication regarding children's functions and activities.
-Assist in organizing the classroom, according to developmental levels and individual need of the children, ensuring: (1) the development of trust and emotional security; (2) opportunities to explore a variety of sensory and motor experiences; (3) opportunities for the development of self-awareness, autonomy, and self-expression; and (4) opportunities for gross and fine motor development.
-Ensure daily or weekly observations are completed and entered in Teaching Strategies GOLD.
-Ensure individual child assessments are completed and documented for all children in classroom.
-Ensure individual child portfolios are up-to-date relative to local, state, and federal requirements.
-Assist in ensuring classrooms are homelike, safe, sanitary, and free of clutter.
-Work in a team setting with all staff to determine individual needs of children including children with disabilities or special needs.
-Consult regularly with appropriate service providers, consultants, and staff regarding child development concerns for all children including children with disabilities and special needs.
-Promote the development of secure relationships with children assigned by assuring primary and continuity of care.
-Relate to children in a calm, caring, nurturing, and soothing manner, responding to all cries, babbles, and verbalization, using appropriate child guidance techniques at all times.
Stay involved with the children at all times during the day.
-Conduct home visits and parent/teacher conferences with each child’s family, according to program schedule, policies and procedures.
-Feed infants according to their home schedule, hold them every time they are fed, and share information about their eating with their parents daily.
-Assist with family style dining implementing family style dining according to program policy and procedures and Head Start/Early Head Start Performance Standards.
-Assist with conducting developmental screenings, as assigned.
-Assist with training parents and volunteers in planning and implementing appropriate activities.
-Assist in maintaining a clean, safe learning environment at all time.
-Greet parents and children pleasantly and appropriately, ensuring a smooth transition into the center, a positive home-center connection, and a family partnership.
-Maintain ongoing professional and appropriate communication with parents through a variety of methods and send activities home that parents can do with their children to support the curriculum and the child's learning.
-Encourage parents to become involved in workshops, training, and other Head Start/Early Head Start activities.
-Maintain and assist in maintaining accurate attendance records, food reports, in-kind reports, and other record keeping and reports, as required.
-Participate in program training, weekly staff meetings, and case management meetings.
-Assist with maintaining supplies.
-Report to work at scheduled times and maintain good attendance.
-Perform all duties in a timely and professional manner.
-Participate with a positive attitude and behavior in all program activities.
-Continue professional growth by participating in ongoing education, training programs, workshops, and conferences in an effort to provide individualized care and education to serve all children including children with disabilities and special needs.
-Perform required and other assigned duties in a manner that demonstrates compliance with Sunbeam's Culturally Competent Practice Policy as well as other agency policy and procedure and those of grants/contracts so that work of the agency is systematized and effective. 
Position Qualifications: SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED
-Excellent problem solving, planning, and organizational skills.
-Detail and multi-task orientation with a strong desire to succeed.
Must be able to cope well with stress.
-Ability to work as a cooperative and supportive team member.
-Ability to effectively communicate and cooperate with diverse families, various professionals, and community groups.
-Ability and willingness to work in a program located in a high-risk, low-income community.
-Ability to exercise discretion in handling confidential information and materials.
-Ability to communicate and respond in a manner that consistently demonstrates respect and concern.
-Must be able to remain abreast of developments in the child development field to enhance professional growth and development.
-Establish and maintain 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. 
Position Requirements:
EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE
-Associates degree in Early Childhood Education or a related field.
-OR working towards a Bachelors degree (BA/BS) in Early Childhood Education or a related field with a minimum of 9 credit hours specifically related to early childhood education and a total of 60 hours (documented on an official transcript) towards the BA/BS completed at hire.
-Experience in child care preferred.

ADDITIONAL JOB REQUIREMENTS
-Clearance of background check and drug screen
-TB screen required
-Physical required.
 Bilingual Spanish/English ideal.
To Apply for this Job: *
Please apply online at sunbeamfamilyservices.org
Application Deadline: Thursday, April 30, 2015
 Posted:  3/30/2015

Lead Teacher-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Sunbeam Family Services
Name of Job: *
Lead Teacher
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City, OK
Position Description: *
The Lead Teacher will work collaboratively with the Assistant Teacher(s) to ensure the successful operation of the classroom. The Lead Teacher also works with a team of other classroom teachers, staff, and family members to achieve outcomes for children of all abilities.
Position Qualifications:
-Minimum Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education or a related field required (Official Transcripts Required).

-Minimum of 6 college credits in Early Childhood Education or Child Development and 9 college credits in education, psychology, health care, nursing, or another field closely related to child growth and development required.
Position Requirements: - Knowledge of and ability to implement early childhood curriculum and developmentally appropriate practice for the specific age group and be able to remain abreast of developments in the child development field.
- Must understand regulations associated with prevention of occupational disease and injury, including the exercise of universal precautions, and the prevention of contamination
- Demonstrated leadership abilities and ability to utilize reflective supervision.
- Knowledge of and ability to assess, analyze, and interpret Early Head Start/Head Start Standards, NAEYC, State, and local licensing requirements.
- Ability to work as a cooperative and supportive team member.
- Ability to effectively communicate and cooperate with diverse families, various professionals, and community groups.
- Ability and willingness to work in a program located in a high-risk, low-income community.
- Ability to exercise discretion in handling confidential information and materials.
- Ability to communicate and respond in a manner that consistently demonstrates respect and concern.
- Must be able to remain abreast of developments in the child development field to enhance professional growth and development.

- Clearance of background check and drug screen
- TB screen required
- Physical required
- Bilingual Spanish/English ideal. 
To Apply for this Job: *
Apply online through our website sunbeamfamilyservices.org.
Application Deadline: Thursday, April 30, 2015
 Posted:  3/30/2015

Accounts Payable Clerk Part-Time-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Museum of the Bible
Name of Job: *
Accounts Payable Clerk - part-time
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City, OK
Position Description: * We are currently seeking a part-time Accounts Payable Clerk to join the team at our Oklahoma City headquarters. Reporting to the Controller, the responsibilities of this position are:
• Receiving, documenting and verifying incoming invoices.
• Verifying federal ID numbers.
• Reviewing and obtaining approval signatures and coding.
• Scheduling and preparing payments.
• Preparing A/P info for EFT Payments. 
• Processing employee expense reports.
• Maintaining the vendor database.
• Maintaining the accounts payable filing system.
• Responding to vendor inquiries and maintaining good relations. 
Position Qualifications:
The ideal candidate should be able work in a rapidly growing and entrepreneurial work environment, and a person of the highest personal integrity. 
If you are seeking a challenging, yet profoundly meaningful, work environment then MOTB could be the perfect fit for you. 
Position Reports to:
Controller
Hours and Salary:
20 hours per week
To Apply for this Job: *
email resume to hr@mBible.org - please put "Accounts Payable" in the subject
Application Deadline: Monday, April 27, 2015
 Posted:  3/30/2015

Senior Companion Service Supervisor-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Sunbeam Family Services
Name of Job: *
Senior Companion Service Supervisor
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: *
The Senior Service Supervisor manages a caseload of volunteer Senior Companions and assigned
clients in accordance to funder and agency policies.
Position Qualifications:
Education and/or Experience:
B. A. with working experience with older adults preferred. Graduate degree in Social work or
closely related field preferred
Position Requirements: ESSENTIAL DUTIES:
- Demonstrate capacity for providing developmentally appropriate practice, for exemplifying the values expected within the program, and for promoting the mission of the organization.

- Oversee the work of the Senior Companions so that the work conforms to agency policy and funding contracts.

- Recruit, interview, and qualify prospective volunteer, manage volunteers, make recommendations for component transfers, implement recognition, conduct terminations, etc., of Senior Companions in accordance with job duty descriptions and personnel policies.

- Develop and implement of Companion orientation and on-going training under the direction of the Lead Service Supervisor.

- Ensure the completion of case assignment plans and ongoing coordination, support and consult
in the implementation of case assignment plans.

- Manage assigned caseload, and review and update case assignment plans for Companions and clients.

- Establish and maintain necessary working relationships with the community resources, and utilize all available resources for Companion development and for service to the client.

- Serve as contact source for requests for service from the referring agency. Perform public speaking presentations for recruitment and program public relations purposes.

- Ensure organization and oversight of case records, Companion eligibility and evaluation, and such forms and procedures as necessary to ensure the adequate operation of the program.

- Participate in Performance Quality Improvement department meetings and engage in regular performance improvement process, such as reporting and analysis of outcomes, conducting satisfaction surveys, and making recommendations for program improvement.

- Serve as on-going liaison with referring agencies maintaining adequate communication channels and ensuring that the program remains flexible and creative in the community while assuring the maintenance of a person-to-person relationship between the Senior Companions and the people to whom they are assigned.

- Provide required information for reporting to the agency, the community, funders, or persons served, including but not limited to the agency newsletter, reports to CNCS, and OKDHS.

- Other assignments as determined by the Director of Senior Services. 
To Apply for this Job: *
Please apply online at www.sunbeamfamilyservices.org.
Application Deadline: Thursday, April 30, 2015
 Posted:  3/30/2015

Executive Director-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Parent Promise
Name of Job: *
Executive Director
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * Parent Promise is a non-profit organization in Oklahoma dedicated to the prevention of abuse and neglect of Oklahoma’s children through parent education and support. Our mission is to reduce the abuse and neglect of Oklahoma’s children through free educational programs, including home visitation programs, to strengthen families using protective factors. In addition, Parent Promise advocates for child abuse prevention in the State of Oklahoma and is the Oklahoma Chapter of Prevent Child Abuse America. Parent Promise is announcing a search for the position of Executive Director of our organization.

Candidates for the position should have a passion for children’s issues and have a strong background in child abuse prevention, child welfare, community involvement, organizational leadership and an understanding of the development of families. Fundraising, financial and organizational management experience and a vision for addressing child welfare needs are essential. 

The Executive Director will have overall strategic and operational responsibility for Parent Promise’s staff, programs, expansion and execution of its mission and reports to the Board of Directors of Parent Promise. 
Position Qualifications: EDUCATION: 
•A degree (graduate degree preferred) and/or commensurate experience in health, human services, education or management.

PREFERRED EXPERIENCE: 
•Experience as a leader within a non-profit agency (or similar organization), local or state government, or a foundation with emphasis on child abuse.
•Experience in finance and budget management.
•Experience in fundraising, development and grant-writing.
•The ability to collaborate and cooperate with diverse community partners throughout greater Oklahoma.
•Experience in working with non-profit boards or similar governing bodies.
•Knowledge of and experience in developing and/or promoting effective evidence-based family support and/or community education programs.
•Experience in working with diverse consumer groups, advocacy organizations and policy-makers.
•Experience in organizational management and supervision.
•Understanding of climate of racial disparity that exists in Oklahoma and the role it plays in child welfare.
•Experience in management of a non-profit organization or as a successful leader in the government or private sector.

•Ability to work with and further develop a network and relationships within the philanthropic community, educational community, government and private sector.
•Self-disciplined, creative professional able to find unconventional solutions with limited resources.
•Commitment to the mission, vision and values of Parent Promise. 
Position Requirements: •Bachelor’s degree required; advanced degree preferred.
•Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite.
•Valid driver’s license and clean driving record.
•Must pass an FBI background check.

SKILLS/ABILITIES: 
•Display a mission-orientation and have a compelling vision for the future. 
•Develop and manage a budget that meets the financial parameters of the organization.
•Define plans to raise revenue and generate funding through grant-writing, collaboration and development of revenue-generating activities and services.
•Ability to implement quality assurance and quality improvement programs grounded in evaluation, data and metrics.
•Work with a variety of stakeholders that include parents, advocates, community partners, diverse communities, rural and greater Oklahoma organizations and donors.
•Communicate the mission, vision and direction of the organization.
•Build and manage a shared leadership work team.
•Interpret, evaluate and carry out mission-oriented research.
•Cultivate productive partnerships to advance the mission based work of the organization.

DEVELOPMENT RESPONSIBILITIES: 
•Build and support the volunteer Board of Directors and Committees.
•Work with a development committee to create and implement a comprehensive development plan to ensure adequate resources are in place to operate programs.
•Manage unique fundraising events including soliciting corporate and individual sponsorships, coordinating all event details, recruiting and training volunteers, and generating media coverage for maximum impact and revenue.
•Research and write government, foundation and corporate grant requests to secure funding for programs.
•Serve as the external face of Parent Promise in the non-profit community, in philanthropic circles and in the media to increase visibility and brand awareness.
•Work with community and political leaders to influence public policy that ensure children, particularly those at risk for abuse, are protected.

AGENCY OVERSIGHT AND OPERATIONS: 
•Oversee all aspects of Parent Promise programs, including, planning, implementation, expansion and evaluation.
•Lead efforts to expand programming as necessary, fill gaps in service and continually recruit new community partnerships.
•Work closely with national organizations to ensure program fidelity and stay informed of current program trends; collect and monitor agency data.
•Ensure legal compliance and satisfy funder conditions including multiple annual site visits and two national accreditation processes.
•Oversee all financial aspects of Parent Promise including monthly financial reports to Board of Directors, annual Yellow-book audit, preparation of agency budgets and oversight of IRS and Oklahoma business filings.
•Supervise staff responsible for:
o Implementing plans for recruiting, orienting and placing clients;
o Developing and maintaining program relationships with clients through Home Visitation and agency programs.
•Developing and maintaining cooperative working relations with a variety of community organizations and agencies; developing and implementing Memoranda of Understanding and other appropriate documents with agency partners. 
Position Reports to:
Parent Promise Board of Directors
To Apply for this Job: *
Please email your resume including references to:

stacy.timm@parentpromise.org
Application Deadline: Friday, April 17, 2015
 Posted:  3/30/2015

Development Director-Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Tulsa Ballet
Name of Job: *
Development Director
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa
Position Description: * Tulsa Ballet seeks a highly experienced fundraising professional to lead our development team. The Development Director will work with the General Manager, Managing Director and Artistic Director to create and implement a comprehensive strategy to raise funds from corporations, foundations and individuals to support the mission of Tulsa Ballet and to achieve the annual multi-million dollar revenue goals for the organization in conjunction with the strategic plan and Board goals. This position is a highly managerial and administrative position that manages all day-to-day aspects of the development team to achieve the organization’s annual and long-range fundraising goals. 

Duties include: 
• Work with senior management to develop and implement annual fundraising plan to meet annual and long range goals.
• Lead and supervise development staff and their projects and prospect lists, including: set goals and objectives and evaluate performance; work with them to develop moves management strategies for each donor on their portfolio; meet regularly with each staff member individually to coach, share information, assess progress and strategize.
• Identify potential new sources of corporate, foundation and organizational major donor support and assign staff to cultivate those relationships. Coach and evaluate staff in their regular implementation of cultivation, solicitation and stewardship activities.
• Develop and implement infrastructure for capturing, measuring and reporting the moves management strategies for all prospects assigned to staff members.
• Oversee major annual gala, including planning, tracking, reporting and coordination of event with Board committee, development team, event planner and outside vendors.
• Establish and maintain a working environment conducive to positive morale, individual style, quality, creativity and teamwork.
• Ensure department is consistently implementing the comprehensive stewardship plan with their organizational donors.
• Analyze benchmarks for fundraising efforts and track and report progress.
• Effectively manage budgeting and forecasting of revenue and expenses for all contributed revenue.
• Edit and proofread proposals and reports to donors as needed.
• Maintain close relationship with the Board of Directors, including interaction with and organizing activities of the Board of Directors and Board committees.
• Attend ballet performances and fundraising events in an effort to cultivate relationships with donors and prospects.
• Act as a strong advocate for Tulsa Ballet in the community.
• Oversee donor membership societies and ensure relevancy in the organization and the community. 
Position Qualifications: Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: 
• Leading and managing staff, including assuring goal congruence, holding staff accountable, providing coaching, and promoting training/professional development.
• Interpersonal effectiveness—demonstrated by having built collaborative, trusting relationships with stakeholders including volunteers, staff and external audiences.
• Communications—effectively communicates goals and objectives, actively listens, and understands the effectiveness of attributing credit to partners when possible, all while reflecting a strong presence and command of the issues. 
• Strong proofreading skill set.
• Planning and organizing—thinks and plans logically, and builds partnerships to efficiently and effectively achieve measurable goals.
• Ability to manage budgeting and forecasting procedures for development department.
• Flexibility and experience in building a solid fundraising program involving individuals, foundations and corporations.
• Ability to organize and prioritize fundraising activities effectively and to guide staff members in managing their individual responsibilities. 
• A proven manager who promotes teamwork, creativity and open communication. Ability and willingness to participate in events outside the traditional workday schedule (occasional evenings and weekends). 
Position Requirements:
Bachelor’s Degree and a minimum of 5 years experience working in a not-for-profit fund development office that includes experience in fundraising management, major gifts, corporate support, foundation grants, annual campaigns and direct mail. CFRE a plus. Supervisory experience required along with excellent computer skills, specifically Microsoft Office Suite. Experience utilizing Tessitura software preferred. An appreciation of ballet or other dance forms and/or professional experience in the performing arts is strongly preferred.
Position Reports to:
General Manager
Hours and Salary:
Full time
To Apply for this Job: *
To apply, email your resume in MS Word or PDF format to human.resources@tulsaballet.org. No phone calls please. EOE.

Application Deadline: Thursday, April 30, 2015
 Posted:  3/30/2015

Major Gift Officer III-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
American Red Cross
Name of Job: *
Major Gift Officer III
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * Job Summary

Identifies, engages, cultivates, solicits, and stewards current and prospective donors in expanding their financial support of the work of the American Red Cross. Responsible for meeting an annual revenue target by working with an assigned portfolio of donors and prospects to advance the mission of the organization and assist donors in creating meaning in their lives through giving to the American Red Cross

Responsibilities:

1. Develops ongoing relationships with major donors for the benefit of the American Red Cross.
2. Manages a portfolio of donors and prospects.
3. Responsible for minimum annual fundraising goal ($400,000 - 500,000 for the current fiscal year) as specified in performance standards, including both renewable gifts and new incremental revenue. Revenue target may increase due to major domestic disasters.
4. Implements programs/activities to identify, cultivate, solicit, and steward donors at the $1,000 level or higher, with an emphasis on maximizing revenue for the American Red Cross.
5. Accountable for cultivating relationships for individual fundraising, organizational fundraising or both as outlined below:
a. Individuals: Cultivates relationships with individual donors personally and by supporting volunteer leaders in peer-to-peer outreach, [if appropriate] using giving societies such as the Tiffany Circle Society of Women Leaders as a key program.
b. Organizations: Cultivates, solicits and stewards support from corporations and foundations to meet annual fundraising goals within their Regions. This includes assisting corporations in achieving their goals in strengthening their brand, marketing, and employee engagement by being proficient at clearly articulating Red Cross programs, listening to corporations’ needs and aligning programs to their interests, researching of foundations’ interests, preparing grant proposals, and engaging foundation staff and foundation board members to cultivate and solicit support for the American Red Cross.
6. Develops and executes ongoing strategy for qualifying suspects and moving them to prospect status using tools such as small cultivation events, research, and community networking, with a goal of 30% of the portfolio having been identified by the MGO.
7. Personally solicits assigned donor portfolio, including preparation of personalized materials when needed.
8. Identifies potential planned giving prospects among assigned donors and partners with Region’s assigned Gift Planning Officer to solicit those prospects.
9. Works with chapter Board members and other leadership volunteers to identify, cultivate, solicit, and steward appropriate donors.
10.May oversee and have responsibility for staff development of Major Gifts Associate(s).
11.Participates in disaster relief fundraising projects as appropriate.
12.Works collaboratively with other departments and partners with development staff at the National Office to create customized solicitation strategies matching the objectives of the organization and interests of the donor/prospect.
13.Updates donor records in region and/or chapter database and Salesforce.com following donor contacts.
14.Assists in other financial development projects as assigned.
15.It is the responsibility of all Red Cross staff members to recruit, train and work with volunteers and to treat all clients, volunteers, guests, and other employees in a courteous and respectful manner at all times while maintaining a cooperative atmosphere for everyone. It is expected that each member of the regional management team to work with a volunteer counterpart to ensure key volunteers are utilized and ensure depth within the function.
16.Carries out any additional assignments required to fulfill the Mission of the American Red Cross.

Essential Functions/Physical Requirements:

Depending on work assignment, may require ordinary ambulatory skills sufficient to visit other locations; or the ability to stand, walk and manipulate (lift, carry, move) light to medium weights of up to 20 pounds. Requires good hand-eye coordination, arm, hand and finger dexterity, including ability to grasp, and visual acuity to use a keyboard, operate equipment and read technical information. Overall mobility is essential. May include sitting for long periods of time, driving a vehicle and working under challenging conditions.

Work Conditions:
Work is performed indoors with some potential for exposure to safety and health hazards related to emergency services relief work. May travel and participate in meetings and conferences throughout chapter jurisdiction, state and Red Cross system. Because the Red Cross is a disaster response organization, staff may be asked to be on 24-hour call during period of major disaster.

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and duties required.

Education: Bachelor’s degree required; advanced degree is highly desirable. 

Experience: Minimum 5 years of major gifts leadership experience. Corporate and/or Business-to-Business sales leadership experience may be substituted for fundraising experience. Significant expertise with the area’s funding community highly desirable. Progressive experience in successful development programs and knowledge of “best practices” in development.
Management Experience: Not applicable.

Skills and Abilities: Ability to relate well and work effectively with multiple constituencies and audiences. Excellent verbal and written skills, including strict attention to detail. Strong multi-tasking and problem-solving skills. A team player committed to developing and working within a collaborative environment and to ensuring the highest customer service orientation. Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and perform under tight deadlines. Knowledge of office systems: MS-Office preferred and fundraising database systems.

Other: None. 

Travel: This position requires a limited amount of travel within the region. The amount will vary depending upon the size and geography of the region. 
Position Qualifications: •Bachelor’s degree required; advanced degree highly preferred

•Minimum of 5 years’ major gifts leadership experience with an established track record of proactively growing philanthropic revenue from diverse constituencies; corporate and/or B2B sales leadership experience may substitute for fundraising experience

•Significant expertise with the Southwest New Jersey, funding community highly desirable

•Knowledge of Microsoft Office and fundraising database systems (e.g., Raiser’s Edge or Salesforce.com)

•Exemplary commitment to collaborative leadership with heavy focus on customer service and relating well with multiple constituencies 
Position Requirements:
Requisition Number: 

CHAP48308
Position Reports to:
Development/Fundraising
Hours and Salary:
8am-5pm
To Apply for this Job: *
https://www.americanredcross.apply2jobs.com/ProfExt/index.cfm?fuseaction=mExternal.showJob&RID=53219&CurrentPage=1
Application Deadline: Thursday, April 30, 2015
 Posted:  3/30/2015

Major Gift Officer A-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
American Red Cross
Name of Job: *
Major Gift Officer A
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * Job Summary:

Identifies, engages, cultivates, solicits, and stewards current and prospective donors in expanding their financial support of the work of the American Red Cross. Responsible for meeting an annual revenue target by working with an assigned portfolio of donors and prospects to advance the mission of the organization and assist donors in creating meaning in their lives through giving to the American Red Cross.

Responsibilities:

1. Strategy: Develops and executes ongoing strategy for qualifying suspects and moving them to prospect status using tools such as small cultivation events, research and community networking, with a goal of 30% of the portfolio having been identified by the MGO. Works collaboratively with other departments and partners with development staff at the National Office to create customized solicitation strategies matching the objectives of the organization and interests of the donor/prospect.

2. Fundraising Targets and Portfolio Management: Manages a portfolio of donors and prospects. Responsible for minimum annual fundraising goal ($350,000 for the current fiscal year) as specified in performance standards, including both renewable gifts and new incremental revenue. Personally solicits assigned donor portfolio, including preparation of personalized materials when needed. Revenue target may increase due to major domestic disasters. 

3. Prospect Development: Works with community Board members and other leadership volunteers to identify, cultivate, solicit and steward appropriate donors. Identifies potential planned giving prospects among assigned donors and partners with Region’s assigned Gift Planning Officer to solicit those prospects. Implements programs/activities to identify, cultivate, solicit and steward donors at the $2,500 level or higher, with an emphasis on maximizing revenue for the American Red Cross. Updates donor records in region and/or district database and Salesforce.com following donor contacts. 

4. Relationship Development: Develops ongoing relationships with major donors for the benefits of the American Red Cross. Accountable for cultivating relationships for individual fundraising, organizational fundraising or both as outlined below:

a. Individuals: Cultivates relationships with individual donors personally and by supporting volunteer leaders in peer-to-peer outreach, (if appropriate) using giving societies such s the Tiffany Circle Society of Women Leaders as a key program.

b. Organizations: Cultivates, solicits and stewards support from corporations and foundations to meet annual fundraising goals within their Regions. This includes assisting corporations in achieving their goals in strengthening their brand, marketing, and employee engagement by being proficient at clearly articulating Red Cross programs, listening to corporations’ needs and aligning programs to their interests, preparing grant proposals, and engaging foundation staff and foundation board members to cultivate and solicit support for the American Red Cross.

5. Other: Participates in disaster relief fundraising projects as appropriate. May oversee and have responsibility for staff development. 

6. It is the responsibility of all Red Cross staff members to recruit, train and work with volunteers and to treat all clients, volunteers, guests, and other employees in a courteous and respectful manner at all times while maintain a cooperative atmosphere for everyone. It is expected that each member of the regional management team to work with a volunteer counterpart to ensure key volunteers are utilized and ensure depth within the function.

7. Carries out any additional assignments required to fulfill the mission of the American Red Cross.

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and duties required.

Essential Functions/Physical Requirements:

Depending on work assignment, may require ordinary ambulatory skills sufficient to visit other locations; or the ability to stand, walk and manipulate (lift, carry, move) light to medium weights of up to 20 pounds. Requires good hand-eye coordination, arm, hand and finger dexterity, including ability to grasp, and visual acuity to use a keyboard, operate equipment and read technical information. Overall mobility is essential. May include sitting for long periods of time, driving a vehicle and working under challenging conditions.

Work Conditions:
Work is performed indoors with some potential for exposure to safety and health hazards related to emergency services relief work. May travel and participate in meetings and conferences throughout chapter jurisdiction, state and Red Cross system. Because the Red Cross is a disaster response organization, staff may be asked to be on 24-hour call during period of major disaster.

As an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer, well-qualified women, minorities, veterans and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply. 
Position Qualifications: Education: Bachelor’s degree required; advanced degree is highly desirable.

Experience: Minimum 2 years of major gifts leadership experience. Corporate and/or Business-to-Business sales leadership experience may be substituted for fundraising experience. Significant expertise with the area’s funding community highly desirable. Progressive experience in successful development programs and knowledge of “best practices” in development. 

Skills and Abilities: Ability to relate well and work effectively with multiple constituencies and audiences. Excellent verbal and written skills. Knowledge of office systems: MS-Office preferred and fundraising database systems (e.g., Raiser’s Edge, Salesforce.com). A team player committed to developing and working within a collaborative environment and to ensuring the highest customer service orientation.

Travel: Requires frequent travel within the Region. The amount will vary depending upon size and geography of region. 
Position Requirements:
Requisition Number: CHAP53647
Position Reports to:
Development/Fundraising
Hours and Salary:
8am-5pm
To Apply for this Job: *
https://www.americanredcross.apply2jobs.com/ProfExt/index.cfm?fuseaction=mExternal.showJob&RID=53219&CurrentPage=1
Application Deadline: Thursday, April 30, 2015
 Posted:  3/30/2015

Major Gifts Officer I-Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
American Red Cross
Name of Job: *
Major Gifts Officer I
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa
Position Description: * Job Summary:
Identifies, engages, cultivates, solicits, and stewards current and prospective donors in expanding their financial support of the work of the American Red Cross. Responsible for meeting an annual revenue target by working with an assigned portfolio of donors and prospects to advance the mission of the organization and assist donors in creating meaning in their lives through giving to the American Red Cross

Responsibilities:
1. Develops ongoing relationships with major donors for the benefit of the American Red Cross.
2. Manages a portfolio of donors and prospects.
3. Responsible for minimum annual fundraising goal (<$250,000 for the current fiscal year) as specified in performance standards, including both renewable gifts and new incremental revenue. Revenue target may increase due to major domestic disasters.
4. Implements programs/activities to identify, cultivate, solicit, and steward donors at the $1,000 level or higher, with an emphasis on maximizing revenue for the American Red Cross.
5. Accountable for cultivating relationships for individual fundraising, organizational fundraising or both as outlined below:
a. Individuals: Cultivates relationships with individual donors personally and by supporting volunteer leaders in peer-to-peer outreach, [if appropriate] using giving societies such as the Tiffany Circle Society of Women Leaders as a key program.
b. Organizations: Cultivates, solicits and stewards support from corporations and foundations to meet annual fundraising goals within their Regions. This includes assisting corporations in achieving their goals in strengthening their brand, marketing, and employee engagement by being proficient at clearly articulating Red Cross programs, listening to corporations’ needs and aligning programs to their interests, researching of foundations’ interests, preparing grant proposals, and engaging foundation staff and foundation board members to cultivate and solicit support for the American Red Cross.
6. Develops and executes ongoing strategy for qualifying suspects and moving them to prospect status using tools such as small cultivation events, research, and community networking, with a goal of 30% of the portfolio having been identified by the MGO.
7. Personally solicits assigned donor portfolio, including preparation of personalized materials when needed.
8. Identifies potential planned giving prospects among assigned donors and partners with Region’s assigned Gift Planning Officer to solicit those prospects.
9. Works with chapter Board members and other leadership volunteers to identify, cultivate, solicit, and steward appropriate donors.
10.May oversee and have responsibility for staff development of Major Gifts Associate(s).
11.Participates in disaster relief fundraising projects as appropriate.
12.Works collaboratively with other departments and partners with development staff at the National Office to create customized solicitation strategies matching the objectives of the organization and interests of the donor/prospect.
13.Updates donor records in region and/or chapter database and Salesforce.com following donor contacts.
14.Assists in other financial development projects as assigned.
15.It is the responsibility of all Red Cross staff members to recruit, train and work with volunteers and to treat all clients, volunteers, guests, and other employees in a courteous and respectful manner at all times while maintaining a cooperative atmosphere for everyone. It is expected that each member of the regional management team to work with a volunteer counterpart to ensure key volunteers are utilized and ensure depth within the function.
16.Carries out any additional assignments required to fulfill the Mission of the American Red Cross.

Essential Functions/Physical Requirements:
Depending on work assignment, may require ordinary ambulatory skills sufficient to visit other locations; or the ability to stand, walk and manipulate (lift, carry, move) light to medium weights of up to 20 pounds. Requires good hand-eye coordination, arm, hand and finger dexterity, including ability to grasp, and visual acuity to use a keyboard, operate equipment and read technical information. Overall mobility is essential. May include sitting for long periods of time, driving a vehicle and working under challenging conditions.

Work Conditions:
Work is performed indoors with some potential for exposure to safety and health hazards related to emergency services relief work. May travel and participate in meetings and conferences throughout chapter jurisdiction, state and Red Cross system. Because the Red Cross is a disaster response organization, staff may be asked to be on 24-hour call during period of major disaster.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and duties required.
The American Red Cross is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer M/F/D/V 
Position Qualifications: Education: Bachelor’s degree required; advanced degree is highly desirable. 

Experience: Minimum 2 years of major gifts leadership experience. Corporate and/or Business-to-Business sales leadership experience may be substituted for fundraising experience. Significant expertise with the area’s funding community highly desirable. Progressive experience in successful development programs and knowledge of “best practices” in development. 
Management Experience: Not applicable. 

Skills and Abilities: Ability to relate well and work effectively with multiple constituencies and audiences. Excellent verbal and written skills. Knowledge of office systems: MS-Office preferred and fundraising database systems. A team player committed to developing and working within a collaborative environment and to ensuring the highest customer service orientation.

Other: None. 

Travel: Requires travel within the region. The amount will vary depending upon size and geography of region. 
Position Reports to:
Development/Fundraising
Hours and Salary:
8am-5pm
To Apply for this Job: *
https://www.americanredcross.apply2jobs.com
Application Deadline: Thursday, April 30, 2015
 Posted:  3/27/2015

Bus Driver-Broken Arrow

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Broken Arrow Seniors, Inc
Name of Job: *
Bus Driver
What city will this job be located in? *
Broken Arrow
Position Description: *
Bus Driver Needed to transport seniors in Broken Arrow. Split shift, Monday through Friday: 7am-9am and 11:45am-1:45pm. $9. per hour. No benefits.
Position Qualifications:
No CDL required. High School Diploma.
Hours and Salary:
split shift - $9. per hour
To Apply for this Job: *
918-259-8377
Application Deadline: Sunday, April 19, 2015
 Posted:  3/27/2015

Summer Camp Counselor-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Camp Fire Heart of Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
Summer Camp Counselor
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * Camp DaKaNi Staff have the opportunity to help children have an unforgettable summer! Camp Staff will work with youth throughout the summer and help provide a fun and safe environment where children can grow and gain new experiences. Camp activities include: archery, boating, rock climbing, ziplining, fishing and much more! 

Job Duties:
-Lead a small group of elementary school youth in scheduled and free-time activities
-Supervise the safety campers
-Assist at activity areas when group is present
-Actively engage and participate with group during scheduled and free time activities
-Supervise and assist campers with daily lunches
-Assist Camp Directors in daily camp preparation and end of day projects
-Assist Camp Directors in pre-season preparation and post-season maintenance
-Attend mandatory 4 day staff training (includes 1 campout overnight)

Individuals who are excited about working with children in the outdoors are encouraged to apply! 
Position Qualifications: -Experience working with children or at a camp preferred
-Passion for working with children in an outdoor environment
-Must be comfortable working with youth of all ages and abilities
-Ability to maintain boundaries appropriate to role with youth
-Ability to engage youth in a variety of participatory roles
-Knowledge of how to use appropriate discipline when necessary 
-Have good communication skills
-Possess strong leadership skills
-Emotionally mature, willing to accept responsibility
-Exhibit ability to place campers’ needs above their own
-Team player that can relate positively to all staff, volunteers and campers
-Able to identify and respond to safety and environmental hazards and inform staff and guests appropriately
-Flexible and able to work in team-focused, fast-paced atmosphere; must be able to multi-task
-Applicants must clear a background check before hiring 
Hours and Salary:
$8-$9/hour
To Apply for this Job: *
Visit www.campdakani.org to apply
Application Deadline: Wednesday, May 20, 2015
 Posted:  3/25/2015

Partnership Liaison-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Novo Ministries
Name of Job: *
Partnership Liaison
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * Position Description:
We are looking for a highly-motivated, but easy-going professional to work closely with Novo’s Organizational Leadership to ensure communication and collaboration is clear and effective specifically as it pertains to partners, volunteers and programs. The ideal candidate will demonstrate the ability to lead, strong attention to detail, clear communication skills, and possess and aptitude for thinking through critical projects. This position will have a variety of responsibilities including to, but not limited to, supporting and communicating with existing church partners, recruiting new partners, recruiting volunteers, and representing Novo Ministries professionally in a variety of settings. The ideal candidate will be able to think and plan critically and strategically to develop plans, goals, and strategies to recruit and retain church partners. The Partnership Liaison will increase awareness of Novo’s mission and cultivate mutually beneficial relationships with local churches. 
Position Qualifications:
Job Qualifications:
- Desire to see this city radically changed and willingness to sacrifice personally to professionally have the opportunity to be used by God to affect change.
- A belief that the local church is the hope of the world and we can accomplish more together than we can apart. 
- An ability to work well under pressure.
- Excels in relational leadership.
- Must have initiative and thoroughness to create and submit objectives and goals. 
- An ability to create and strengthen processes in regards to recruiting and relating to partners.
Position Requirements: Job Requirements:
- 3-5 years of relevant work experience
- Have a Bachelor’s degree and adequate related-work experience
- Must attend a local church and be a professing follower of Jesus Christ.
- Must have availability to serve some weekend and evening work hours as required during peak times and events.
- Background check is required, including criminal background check, reference checks, education verification, driver’s license, and proof of auto insurance (if using personal vehicle for organizational errands or assignments).
- Physical demands include ability to lift at least 25 – 30 lbs. and ability to retain increased stamina and energy to perform and sustain longer work hours during peak times in order to reach goals in timely and efficient manner. 
To Apply for this Job: *
Submit a preliminary application / inquiry here:
http://www.novoministries.org/contact/employment-application/ 
 Posted:  3/25/2015

Director, Inventory Accounting/Cost Control-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
Director, Inventory Accounting/Cost Control
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * The Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma is seeking a Director of Inventory Accounting/Cost Control who will work under the supervision of the Vice President of Finance and be responsible for the production of monthly inventory reports/analysis, maintenance of the fixed asset system, inventory control and receiving. 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: 
• Captures and records all month-end inventory transactions according to GAAP and internal policies.
• Performs the periodic and monthly reconciliation of inventory records to the General Ledger and determine the cause of all adjustments.
• Manages the inventory control function.
• Works closely with all departments and groups within the organization that impact inventory accuracy to determine root cause for inventory inaccuracies.
• Analyzes trends for material movements of inventory over time – including receipts, distributions, and spoilage to determine opportunities for improvement and areas of inaccuracy. 
• Organizes, coordinates and oversees all cycle counting and physical inventory activities. Interfaces directly with external auditors during annual audits.
• Devises and implements corrective actions for issues uncovered during root cause analysis of inventory inaccuracies. 
• Conduct operations internal control testing and identifies control gaps. Perform controls efficiency and effectiveness analysis and document/implement changes.
• Provides ad hoc and monthly reports of inventory activity to include evaluation of subsidy programs.
• Reports inventory results, accuracy, and opportunities to division and groups as required 
• Assist with budgeting and forecasting as it relates to inventory and cost of goods sold. 
• Manages fixed asset system and transactions to include adding/tagging new assets, and disposing of assets.
• Provides ad hoc and regular reports of fixed assets by department, project and category.
• Works with the internal process improvement committee and the technology advisory group.
• Makes reports to and updates the Regional Food Bank Board Operational Committee 
• Conduct other special projects as needed. 
Position Qualifications:
QUALIFICATIONS: Accounting degree required (active CPA or CMA license preferred), plus; three to five plus years of related experience in an accounting position which includes inventory accounting. 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: CORE COMPETENCIES: 
• Strong skills in interpersonal communication. 
• Active Listening - Giving full attention to what other people are saying, taking time to understand the points being made, asking questions as appropriate, and not interrupting at inappropriate times. 
• Reading Comprehension - Understanding written sentences and paragraphs in work related documents. 
• Speaking - Talking to others to convey information effectively. 
• Oral Comprehension - The ability to listen to and understand information and ideas presented through spoken words and sentences. 
• Writing - Communicating effectively in writing as appropriate for the needs of the audience. 
• Time Management - Managing one's own time effectively. 
• Critical Thinking - Using logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions or approaches to problems. 

PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS AND PROFESSIONAL REQUIREMENTS: 
• 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, moves 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. 

OTHER KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITES REQUIRED: 
• Knowledge of U.S. GAAP and internal controls.
• Ability to identify and understand technical accounting issues, conduct research and reach/document well-reasoned conclusions.
• Ability to work with limited supervision, self-motivate, and function independently driven toward superior performance.
• Ability to solve complex problems through innovation and creativity.
• Strong skills collaboration and cooperation with other functions to include leading cross-functional teams in process improvement projects. 
• Good reasoning abilities. Sound judgment. 
• Ability to work well under pressure, meeting multiple and sometimes conflicting deadlines. 
• Strong computer skills with ERP systems (particularly inventory and accounting), MS Word, Outlook, MS Excel. 

ADDITIONAL JOB REQUIREMENTS: 
• Clearance of background investigation and drug screen. 
• Must be able to pass physical examination. 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: This position works in a typical office setting. There may be extended periods of sitting, standing and/or bending; listening, talking and/or visual concentration; writing and/or computer use. This position would normally have routine opportunities to alter physical position or change eye focus. Lifting should not normally exceed 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:
Vice President, Finance
Hours and Salary:
Mon - Fri
To Apply for this Job: *
Please visit www.regionalfoodbank.org to complete an online application which will include submitting a cover letter and resume. Please include your cover letter with your resume.
Application Deadline: Friday, May 1, 2015
 Posted:  3/25/2015

Office Coordinator-Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
OASIS Adult Day Services
Name of Job: *
Office Coordinator
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa
Position Description: *
The office coordinator is responsible for certain administrative functions of OASIS. The person will perform accounting tasks that include tracking timesheets, entering payroll, contract billing (online), preparing invoices, collecting accounts receivable and processing payables. The office coordinator also provides supports to the executive director and organization by handling administrative tasks, creating spreadsheets, answering phones, creating and responding to correspondence and maintaining an accurate and up to date filing system. 
Position Qualifications:
SKILLS: Basic QuickBooks experience. Proficiency in MS Word and MS Excel. PC and office equipment capable. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Positive professional attitude and appearance. Strong teamwork skills and ability to prioritize work load for an office managing multiple facilities
Position Requirements:
EDUCATION and EXPERIENCE: High school graduate with at least 5 years progressive work experience and currently performing the requirements of this position in a similar role. Minimum of two years QuickBooks experience.

PHYSICIAL EFFORT / ACTIVITY: This position will require moderate physical demands: able to lift 30 lbs. for office work and marketing events; at least 25-30% requires standing, stooping, bending or walking. Good hearing and visual acuity.
Position Reports to:
Executive Director
Hours and Salary:
Salary range $14-18.00/hr
To Apply for this Job: *
Contact: Lisa Watkins, MS, RN/Executive Director, 
918-749-6969 or email lwatkins@oasisads.org.

Application Deadline: Tuesday, March 31, 2015
 Posted:  3/25/2015

Director, Donor Relations-Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
CAP Tulsa (Community Action Project)
Name of Job: *
Director, Donor Relations
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa
Position Description: * This position will lead the organization’s Individual, Corporate and Private Foundation relationship driven fundraising efforts. The candidate must possess a solid background in fundraising with demonstrated results. In addition, strong business acumen and leadership ability are required. Establishes functional policies and makes decisions, within overall strategic direction, with top management guidance. Solves complex technical or strategic problems; applies technology or business approaches in new ways; develops and recommends new alternatives. Regular interaction to communicate or negotiate important agreements, requiring considerable tact, sense of timing and the ability to engender trust, plus sensitivity to diverse audiences. 
Position Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college/university 
• 5 years of demonstrated success driving revenue growth in a fast-paced environment
• Demonstrated ability to cultivate donors and steward relationships leading to consistent commitments, with an exceptional ability to close deals
• Experience designing and implementing comprehensive and diversified fundraising plans
Position Requirements: • Must have proven successful interpersonal relationship skills to maintain effective and satisfactory working relationships with intra-department and inter-department staff, vendors, clients, visitors, and contractors. 
• Ability to follow oral and written instructions with ability to read, interpret, and present information efficiently and effectively. 
• Ability to take initiative, multi-task and work well under pressure. 
• Intermediate-Advanced MS Office skills, advanced database software skills
• Advanced organizational skills, efficiency skills and excellent attention to detail with a demonstrated commitment to completing assignments on a timely basis. 
Position Reports to:
Chief Operating Officer
Hours and Salary:
M-F, 8-5pm
To Apply for this Job: *
Apply online at www.captulsa.org
Application Deadline: Monday, May 4, 2015
Posted:  3/25/2015

Manager Development-Edmond

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
University of Central Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
Manager Development
What city will this job be located in? *
Edmond
Position Description: *
Direct fund raising process through internet, web, social networks, direct mail, personal solicitation, commemorative giving, and telethons. Oversee the crafting and maintenance of program promotion support materials aimed at donors. Responsible for special events and enlisting volunteers to assist in fund solicitation activities. Verify and approve tax receipts and acknowledgment of thanks. Implement strategies for maximizing donations and major gifts. Responsible for increasing sponsorships and donor contributions.
Position Qualifications:
Typically requires a university degree or 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. 5+ years of experience with leading planning, including program development and innovation, program prioritization, and assessment. Appropriate profession accomplishments and credentials.
Position Requirements:
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with an appreciation of the Liberal Arts.
Three years of responsible experience in public relations, marketing, or fund raising, preferably at a public or private higher education institution.
Ability to multitask complex projects and good time management skills.
Position Reports to:
Vice President for Development
Hours and Salary:
$42,105 - $44,582 annually
To Apply for this Job: *
https://jobs.uco.edu/postings/7852
Application Deadline: Saturday, April 25, 2015
 Posted:  3/25/2015

Executive Director-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Plaza District Association
Name of Job: *
Executive Director
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * The Plaza District Association works to develop the Plaza District as a vibrant commercial district where arts, local business and neighborhood community thrives. The Executive Director of the Plaza District is the primary advocate for district revitalization and the primary coordinator of the association’s activities. Overall responsibilities include engaging the community, marketing the district, directing operations and place management. S/he will work closely with the Board of Directors and volunteers to execute the District’s mission and long-term objectives. 
Position Qualifications:
The Executive Director should possess the education and/or experience in several of the following areas: finance, public relations, design and marketing, strategic planning, business administration, public administration, nonprofit administration (501(c)3 and 501(c)6), fundraising, grant-writing, and/or small business development. 
Position Requirements:
• The director must be well organized, flexible and able to communicate information about the Plaza District Program to various groups and individuals. The position also requires a high level of energy and the ability to function effectively in an independent environment
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills are essential.
• Is proficient in MS Office and Google Suite of apps, and has familiarity with Adobe Creative Suite: InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator.
• Has basic bookkeeping and math skills.
• Must be able to lift 30 pounds. 
Position Reports to:
Board of Directors
Hours and Salary:
: Full Time, Salary range: $35,000 - $39,000 depending on qualifications. Some weekend and evening hours required.
To Apply for this Job: *
Please review detailed job description at www.plazadistrict.org/jobs
Email cover letter, resume, and three writing samples to: jobs@plazadistrict.org
No phone calls.
Application Deadline: Friday, May 1, 2015
 Posted:  3/25/2015

Care Coordinator-LCSW-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Variety Care
Name of Job: *
Care Coordinator - LCSW
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * Purpose of Job: The Care Coordinator is responsible for all aspects of care for patients with chronic behavioral and/or health conditions, partnering with patients and their caregivers, physicians and the health care team to provide timely access to needed care, continuity of care across all settings, informed and shared decision making, and linkages to long-term supportive services and community resources.

Major Tasks:

Telephonic Care Management:

• Demonstrate and apply principles of person-centered, strength-based philosophy, motivational interviewing, shared decision making, and coaching and adult learning

• Demonstrate a sensitivity and responsiveness to a variety of cultural values and beliefs and social determinants of health

• Facilitate access to health care providers, staff and resources

• Link patient and caregiver to supportive community services as needed

• Work in conjunction with other care managers associated with HAN

• Help facilitate communication between patients and their providers, and coordinate communication among all of the patient’s multiple providers

• Maintain records to document and monitor the care coordination activities in the management information system

• Participate in regular case staffing meetings and reviews

• Compliance Monitoring: Monitor identified performance measures and deliverables and provide regular progress reports. (report submission will be determined as performance measures and deliverables are identified) 

Community and Clinic Based Care Management: 

Fulfill all tasks associated with Telephonic Care Management and the following;

• Provide basic assessment of health and mental health status, functional abilities, caregiver stability, social supports, financial resources, environment and safety concerns, life care planning and self-management skills

• Facilitate development of comprehensive shared plan reflecting patient goals and preferences, self-care, and evidence-based best practice for chronic conditions

• Provide a “patient friendly” version of integrated plan

• Provide home visits and telephone contact commensurate with the patient’s health status to monitor and evaluate routine issues, provide disease management education, health coaching, and assess progress and response to his/her personal plan

• Provide and coordinate transition services across all settings of care

• Communicate care plan to all providers in all settings of care (ED, hospital, rehabilitation facility, home care, nursing home and specialists)

• Ensure patient, caregivers and providers receive timely information for treatment decisions across all settings

• Coordinate /verify services, equipment and supplies are in place

• Reconcile medications routinely.

• Participate in health team meetings to review individual and population based outcomes, patient experiences, and identify opportunities for practice improvement

• Communicate with other providers (e.g., specialists, respiratory therapists, nutritionists, physical therapists, home health providers, care managers, social workers) by optimizing the office-based care team to send, receive, and triage information flows among the providers.

• 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.

Community Representative:

Serve as the OU representative on community boards and task forces. 
Position Qualifications:
Job Qualifications: 

Social Worker, Masters of Science in Social Work with at least three years’ experience in community based social work/health services care management

License in good standing in the state of Oklahoma

Excellent oral and written communication skills
Position Requirements:
Bilingual Requirement: Bilingual (Fluent in BOTH Spanish and English) strongly preferred.
Position Reports to:
RN Care Coordinator
To Apply for this Job: *
Apply online at: 
https://apply.hrmdirect.com/resumedirect/ApplyOnline/Apply.aspx?req_id=enc-16.7500254000217500&source=239694-CS-8548

Visit our website at: www.varietycare.org
Visit our careersite at: www.varietycare.org/careers 

EOE
 Posted:  3/24/2015

Development Director-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
CASA of Oklahoma County, Inc.
Name of Job: *
Development Director
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City, OK
Position Description: *
Under the general direction of the Executive Director, the Director of Development is responsible for fundraising initiatives and activities of CASA of Oklahoma County. The Director of Development creates and oversees the implementation of a strategic approach to fundraising which may include major gifts, corporate donations, grant solicitation, special events and in-kind resources.
Position Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree from a four-year college or university; a minimum of 2 - 5 years’ experience in securing major gifts from individuals, or equivalent combination of education and development experience. 

Basic computer skills; Microsoft Office suite (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint); Outlook; proficient with fund raising software and data bases, use of web pages, on-line surveys, email solicitations, and social media; other general office equipment.
Position Requirements:
• Professional Business Attire Required.
• Must have a valid state driver’s license.
• Must have current verification of adequate automobile insurance coverage.
• Must have automobile available that can be utilized for on the job purposes.
• Must have a working telephone/pager number where employee can be reached.
• Must be available for flexible day/evening working hours
Position Reports to:
Executive Director
Hours and Salary:
Exempt
To Apply for this Job: *
Please send resume and cover letter to:
jshort@oklahomacounty.org
Application Deadline: Friday, April 3, 2015
 Posted:  3/24/2015

Regional CEO - Oklahoma and Arkansas Region-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
American Red Cross
Name of Job: *
Regional CEO - Oklahoma and Arkansas Region
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * The American Red Cross is a humanitarian organization, led by volunteers, that provides relief to victims of disaster and helps people prevent, prepare for, and respond to emergencies. It does this through services that are consistent with its Congressional Charter and the Fundamental Principles of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement. The American Red Cross is the foremost volunteer emergency service organization in the United States with more than 265 chapters and 62 regions nationwide. 

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

Job Summary

Responsible for representing the American Red Cross in the community. The Regional CEO will focus externally on core mission delivery, fundraising and being the face of the Red Cross for the media, donors and their communities. Has oversight of Red Cross service delivery, fundraising and external relations within an assigned region or geographic area. Manages the community resilience programs, working with community partners to ensure that the communities build local capacity to prepare for, prevent, respond and recover from disasters. Ensures that volunteers, youth and young adults are engaged and retained into the service delivery plans. Depending on the size of the region, work may be carried out through a number of Chapters, including the direct supervision of Executive Directors (ED’s). Is accountable for achieving performance targets for the Region, including service delivery, fundraising/revenue and expense targets. In conjunction with the Division Fundraising Vice President (DFVP), the Regional CEO has primary responsibility across the region for achievement of fundraising goals. Serves as a member of the Division leadership team, supporting and contributing to Division goals and activities. Utilizes the support activities of HR, IT, Finance, Communications and Marketing through a matrix project management system to ensure that all operating units have the necessary resources to execute on their community mission. 

Responsibilities:

1. Fundraising (30%): In conjunction with the Division Fundraising Vice President (DFVP), is responsible across Region for achievement of fundraising goals. Acts as the chapters’ and/or region’s chief fundraiser. Develops and grows financial resources within Region, ensuring adequate and diversified financial resources. Leads and participates in strategies to raise and leverage funds, including working with Regional and Community Boards.

2. External Relationships and Partnerships (25%): Responsible for building strong relationships with key organizations and community leaders. Cultivates relationships and partnerships with external constituents to further the Red Cross mission. Those partners include donors, governments, corporations, civic organizations and other community charitable and nonprofit agencies. 

3. Visibility and Community Relevance (20%): Ensures strong visibility for the American Red Cross in the regional jurisdiction. Increases community awareness, participation and commitment to the Red Cross by being an active community participant and ensuring regular local media communications regarding Red Cross services and regional/national activities, consistent with regional/national communication strategies. Leverages relationships with local/regional media to ensure that the communities in the region are provided access to information about Red Cross services/programs. 

4. Dual Regional Performance and assigned chapter and/or region performance – targets and goals (15% along with workforce mgt): Responsible for delivery of overall targets/goals of the Region including any directly assigned chapters. Responsible for strategic and operational management/oversight of reporting Chapter(s) including the effective delivery of services; meeting fundraising, revenue and expense targets; and complying with corporate governance, policies and governmental regulations. Ensures sound financial management and public accountability for contributions, income and all Red Cross assets. Responsible for approving any Chapter annual revenue and expense budgets. Works with Division Vice President (DVP) to establish Regional revenue and expense budgets.

5. Dual Regional Performance and assigned chapter and/or region performance – workforce management: Responsible for hiring, managing and evaluating any Executive Directors (ED’s) within region. This is carried out in collaboration with Community Boards re their advice on these matters. Provides regional oversight and support of any ED’s within Region. Identifies opportunities for sharing knowledge and resources between Regional groups and provides access to best practices and training opportunities available through national headquarters. 

6. Internal Collaboration and feedback: Builds strong collaboration and consensus environment between all units in the Region, including any Chapters. Regularly shares feedback on Chapter performance with ED’s in Region, Community Boards, and DVP. Provides direction and strategy for improved performance. Works with DVP and other RE’s to ensure coordinated outreach/partnerships with external constituents within the Division (local and state government, donors, corporate partners, other community agencies); collaborative relationships and activities with local Red Cross Biomedical units; positive interactions with Community Boards, and management presence in local communities within the region.

7. Service Delivery (10%): Manages and grows the community resilience programs, working with community partners to ensure that the communities build local capacity to prepare for, prevent, respond and recover from disasters. Grows and ensures consistent, responsive delivery of high-quality Chapter services throughout the Region. This includes emergency and disaster response services, Services to Armed Forces, and international services based on Regional strategies and local community needs and objectives. Increases community awareness, participation and commitment. Builds Regional capacity for service delivery through engagement and retention of volunteers and partners. Ensures that youth and young adults are engaged through a network of Red Cross Clubs which are also integrated into the service delivery plans.

8. Other: Interacts with Community Boards as outlined in the Community Board position description. May be responsible for center of excellence design and maintenance. May be responsible for a geographic region rather than reporting community chapters. In order to be eligible for this level of position, the Chapter total revenue must be $7M or more. 

9. It is the responsibility of all Red Cross staff members to recruit, train and work with volunteers and to treat all clients, volunteers, guests, and other employees in a courteous and respectful manner at all times while maintaining a cooperative atmosphere for everyone. It is expected that each member of the regional management team to work with a volunteer counterpart to ensure key volunteers are utilized and ensure depth within the function.

10. Carries out any additional assignments required to fulfill the Mission of the American Red Cross.

Competencies:

1. Organizational Agility – knowledgeable about how organizations work; knows how to get things done both through formal channels and informal network; understands the origin and reasoning behind key policies, practices and procedures; understands the cultures of organizations

2. Deal with Ambiguity – can effectively cope with change; can shift gears comfortably; can decide and act without have the total picture; isn’t upset when things are in the air; doesn’t have to finish things before moving on; can comfortably hand risk and uncertainty

3. Manage Complexity – can effectively deliver results in complex environments incorporating factors such as a large geographic area, high disaster risk, major media, multiple government or political entities, large fundraising goals and a diverse community populations

4. Interpersonal Savvy – relates well to all kinds of people – up, down and sideways; inside and outside the organization; builds appropriate support; builds constructive and effective relationships; uses diplomacy and tact; can defuse even high tension situations comfortably

5. Professionalism and Integrity – evaluates lessons learned from both success and failures; demonstrates willingness to make commitments based on information known at the time; delivers on commitments; models a ‘can-do’ attitude and takes initiative; is a self-starter; inspires and motivates others to do the same. Embraces rather than resists additional responsibilities. Adheres to enterprise policies; acts with integrity; settles rather than creates conflict

6. Manage Vision and Purpose – communicates a compelling and inspired vision or sense of core purpose; talks beyond today; talks about possibilities; is optimistic; creates mileposts and symbols to rally support behind the vision; makes the vision sharable by everyone; can inspire and motivate units or organizations

Essential Functions/Physical Requirements:

Depending on work assignment, may require ordinary ambulatory skills sufficient to visit other locations; or the ability to stand, walk and manipulate (lift, carry, move) light to medium weights of up to 20 pounds. Requires good hand-eye coordination, arm, hand and finger dexterity, including ability to grasp, and visual acuity to use a keyboard, operate equipment and read technical information. Overall mobility is essential. May include sitting for long periods of time, driving a vehicle and working under challenging conditions.

Work Conditions:
Work is performed indoors with some potential for exposure to safety and health hazards related to emergency services relief work. May travel and participate in meetings and conferences throughout chapter jurisdiction, state and Red Cross system. Because the Red Cross is a disaster response organization, staff may be asked to be on 24-hour call during period of major disaster.

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and duties required. 
Position Qualifications: Education: Four year college degree (BS/BA) in Business, Communications, Marketing, Public Relations, Finance or non-profit administration or equivalent experience required. Prefer Master’s degree in the field of community organization, public or business administration or nonprofit management. 

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

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

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

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

https://www.americanredcross.apply2jobs.com/ProfExt/index.cfm?fuseaction=mExternal.showJob&RID=53490&CurrentPage=1

The American Red Cross is a nonprofit organization that offers employees growth and development, team spirit, competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits package. 

As an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer, well-qualified women, minorities, veterans and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
Application Deadline: Wednesday, April 15, 2015
 Posted:  3/23/2015

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: * What is Youth Villages?
Youth Villages is a nonprofit organization striving to help troubled youth and families live successfully. We are a team of more than 2,700 individuals who've come together across 11 states and the District of Columbia to change the landscape of child welfare and juvenile justice across the country. Our work involves providing an array of counseling and treatment services to youth with severe emotional and behavioral needs. 

Eighty-two percent of those who go through treatment are succeeding two years after leaving our program. These youth are living at home, remaining in school, and are not experiencing trouble with the law.

We believe strongly in investing in and supporting our employees. We offer candidates opportunities to develop a career and be part of a positive change in our country's treatment of at-risk youth and families.

Can I see myself here?
We have found our staff succeed at Youth Villages when they:
• Are passionate about social services and dedicated to helping at-risk youth and families
• Value feedback and accountability 
• Value the collaboration that comes from working on a team and thrive working on their own
• Enjoy variety in their schedule and not sitting behind a desk all day
• Are results and detailed oriented
• Have a sense of humor and find creative ways to implement ideas 
• Value a strength-based treatment approach 
• Can change priorities quickly 
• Are looking for more than just a job

How will you invest in me?
One of our core values is that we are committed to our staff. We will help you take your career with us wherever you want it to go. We offer staff:
• Affordable access to medical, prescription, dental, and vision insurance plans
• Tuition Reimbursement and Licensure Supervision

• Priority consideration for leadership openings throughout the organization
• Mileage and cell phone reimbursement
• Retirement savings pension plan and a 403(b) and FSA
• Paid time off: Two weeks for vacation, nine paid holidays, and 12 sick days annually
• Supportive leadership and coworkers

Experience growth and development through our continuous training, as well as tuition and licensure reimbursement, or pursue opportunities to advance both clinically and administratively with Youth Villages.

What's next?
Are you ready to make difference? 

EOE 
Position Requirements: How can I be considered for the position?
You can be considered for this position if you meet the following qualifications:
• Master's or Bachelor's degree in social services field; degrees that can be considered include: social work, drug and alcohol education or counseling, psychology, counseling, guidance counseling, or marriage and family therapy. Other degrees will have to be evaluated further to determine if they meet the qualifications.
• Clinical or case management experience is required
• Strong writing skills and experience with electronic documentation 
• Acceptable driving record- Two or fewer moving violations within the past 36 months 
To Apply for this Job: *
Apply Online:
http://youthvillages.hodesiq.com/job_detail.asp?JobID=4990495&user_id=

OR 

Send an Email with Resume to:
natalie.schklar@youthvillages.org
 Posted:  3/20/2015

Executive Director-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Rebuilding Together OKC
Name of Job: *
Executive Director
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City, OK
Position Description: * The Executive Director is responsible for, within the direction of the board of directors, the establishment of long-range goals, strategies, plans and policies, and for the overall development and management of Rebuilding Together OKC, and the execution of its programs. 

In program development and administration, the Executive Director will: 
• Assure that the organization has a long-range strategy to achieve its mission, with emphasis on fundraising. 
• Provide leadership in developing program, organizational and financial plans with the Board of Directors and staff, and carry out plans and policies authorized by the Board. 
• Promote active and broad participation by volunteers in all areas of the organization's work. 
• Maintain official records and documents, and ensure compliance with federal, state and local regulations. 
• Maintain a working knowledge of significant developments and trends in the field and with the national Rebuilding Together office. 

In communications, the Executive Director will: 
• See that the Board is kept fully informed on the condition of the organization and all important factors influencing it, including without limitation, attendance at all board regular and special meetings, and meetings of the executive committee and finance committee.
• Publicize the activities of the organization, its programs and goals. 
• Establish sound working relationships and cooperative arrangements with community groups and organizations. 
• Be the public representative of Rebuilding Together OKC in the community.
In relations with staff, the Executive Director will: 
• Be responsible for the recruitment, employment, and release of all personnel, both paid staff and volunteers. 
• Ensure that job descriptions are developed, that regular performance evaluations are held, and that sound human resource practices are in place. 
• See that an effective management team, with appropriate provision for succession, is in place. 
• Encourage staff and volunteer development and education, emphasizing the significance of teamwork to accomplish the mission. 
• Maintain a climate which attracts, keeps, and motivates a diverse staff of top quality people. 

In budget and finance, the Executive Director will: 
• Be responsible for developing and maintaining sound financial practices. 
• Work with the staff, Finance Committee, and the Board in preparing a budget; see that the organization operates within budget guidelines. 
• Ensure that fundraising efforts are sufficient to provide the resources to enable the organization to achieve its work. 
• Jointly, with the President and Secretary of the Board of Directors, conduct official correspondence of the organization, and jointly, with designated officers, execute legal documents.
• Proficiency in QuickBooks is preferred. 
Position Qualifications:
• A Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience is required.
Position Requirements:
• Should have 5 years of senior management experience and a track record of effective leadership
• Excellence in nonprofit management, including small staff and budget management.
• Proven experience as an effective fundraiser.
• Proven success of working with a board of directors. 
Position Reports to:
The board of directors
Hours and Salary:
Full-time position. Occasional evening and weekend work. Salary and benefits commensurate with experience.
To Apply for this Job: *
Send cover letter, resume and professional references to employment@rebuildingtogetherokc.org.
Application Deadline: Monday, April 20, 2015
 Posted:  3/20/2015

Employment Training Specialist-OKC/Midwest City

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Dale Rogers Training Center
Name of Job: *
Employment Training Specialist
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City, Midwest City
Position Description: * Develop a new career path & make a difference in the life a person with disabilities. Dale Rogers Training Center, the oldest and largest community provider, is hiring Employment Training Specialists. Must be computer literate, ethical, able to work independently. Paid training provided. Preference given to applicants who have ASL skills, bilingual, and DDS training & certifications. FT position, sched varies based on caseload needs and may include some evenings and wknds. Beginning salary $11/hour. Hiring bonus for already having required training!

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

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

CERTIFICATION OR TRAINING REQUIRED: (At Agency Expense)
DDSD approved CPR/Standard First Aid Training
DRS Job Coach Orientation
Behavior Supports Training
Natural Supports Training
Social Security Training
Effective Training at Work (CD ROM)
Agency Staff Certification Test (ASCT)
Ongoing training for job specific, professional and personal development.

SCOPE: 

Assists individuals to identify work interests and skills; identify potential work opportunity; obtain employment; train to the work setting and maintain said employment. Skills being trained will vary depending upon the needs of the individual. Length of training time will vary depending upon the skill being trained and the individual’s skills and abilities. 
Must have a basic understanding of DRS and DDSD funding sources and of Employment Services concepts.
Position Qualifications:
High School Diploma or G.E.D. required
BS or BA or hours toward a degree preferred
Experience with persons with disabilities, preferred
Experience in marketing or sales a plus
Position Requirements: HIRING REQUIREMENTS: 

18 years or older
Must be able to pass OSBI, MVR, DHS Registry Check, reference checks, pre-employment drug test and any other background check as Agency requires or deems necessary 
Valid Oklahoma Driver's License

JOB REQUIREMENTS:

Maintain valid Oklahoma driver’s licensed with current Oklahoma vehicle tag
Maintain personal vehicle in good operational order to transport clients
Maintain minimum 50/100/50 liability insurance on personal vehicle used to transport clients.
Able to pass bi-annual motor vehicle report checks in accordance with established Agency guidelines.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

The following physical requirements are necessary to meet this job description:
Regularly required to talk with or listen to others. Frequently required to sit and use hands to handle/feel objects, tools or controls. Vision requirements include depth perception, ability to see peripherally and ability to adjust vision to bring objects into focus. Required to be able to operate a vehicle for travel/transportation purposes. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram or schedule form. 
Hours and Salary:
Hours may vary according to schedule
To Apply for this Job: *
APPLY AT:
You can submit an application online today @ 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 

Video Phone#: (405) 445-7314
Dale Rogers Training Center is an EOE/Affirmative Action Employer
 Posted:  3/20/2015

ELL Instructor-Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
YWCA Tulsa
Name of Job: *
ELL Instructor
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa
Position Description: * Responsible for teaching curriculum plans to assist immigrants and refugees in achieving linguistic and citizenship competency to pass naturalization exam.

Principal Responsibilities and Duties
• Instruct immigrant and refugee students using best practice ESL methods and materials to increase students’ functional language competency, and to reach students’ educational and other goals. 
• Maintain excellent student records including attendance, pre-, mid-, and post-tests, student/class outcomes, and submit data as per Language Services Procedures in a timely manner.
• Adhere to government grant requirements. 
• Instruct immigrant and refugee legal permanent residents using civics and citizenship curriculum to increase students’ knowledge of the naturalization process to become US citizens, and promote civic and community engagement.
• Plan and implement lessons and activities appropriate to the type and level of class being taught, whether English language, pre-GED, or Project Citizenship.
• Substitute for other teachers when necessary depending on availability.
• Attend required Language Services departmental meetings as requested.
• Engage in a minimum of 15 hours of professional development during the fiscal year.
• Participate in YWCA functions as needed and requested by the Director.
• Comply with all YWCA policies and procedures. 
• The duties in this job description represent the major functions but are not intended to be all-inclusive. 
Education/Experience

The employee will work in a classroom and office environment and in close quarters with other staff. 
Position Qualifications: Required Qualifications
• Ability to fluently speak, read, and write English, and another language preferred.
• Effective oral and written communication skills, especially as required in preparing lessons and working and interacting with diverse groups of students, internal and external contacts.
• Excellent organizational skills.
• Must be an advocate for the mission, values, and goals of YWCA Tulsa. 
• Work on skills that can help communicate his/her point to an audience belonging to a completely different identity and/or background. These differences can be identity-based, geographical, ethical, political, or historical.
• Current Oklahoma Driver’s License and current insurance verification. 
Position Requirements:
Education/Experience
• Bachelor degree with TESL certificate and Oklahoma or other current Certified teaching certificate required. 
• Two teaching years’ experience required.
• Teaching Civics and US history and/or naturalization process preferred.
Position Reports to:
Language Services Mgr.
Hours and Salary:
Evening + Daytime hours in summer/fall; $23/hour
To Apply for this Job: *
Email application, resume, and cover letter to hr@ywcatulsa.org by April 10, 2015 with ELL Instructors in the subject line. See ywcatulsa.org for application form and details.
The YWCA is committed to eliminating racism and empowering women. EOE. 

Application Deadline: Friday, April 10, 2015
 Posted:  3/20/2015

Director of Regional Social Services-Tahlequah

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Oklahoma United Methodist Circle of Care
Name of Job: *
Director of Regional Social Services
What city will this job be located in? *
Tahlequah
Position Description: * Director of Regional Social Services:
responsible for providing overall leadership and supervision of all staff, children, youth, and the physical plants of Circle of Care program operations in
Tahlequah/Muskogee area, including foster care, Boys Ranch, and Children’s Home. 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. Minimum of a Master’s in Social Work, or other related area of study from an accredited institution is required. Full-time position with benefits. Must have 
good driving record. E-mail resume to tod.bryant@circleofcare.org, or fax to 405-530-2091. 
Circle of Care, Inc. is an EOE/Drug Testing Employer. 
Position Qualifications:
Master's Degree required.
To Apply for this Job: *
E-mail resume to tod.bryant@circleofcare.org, or fax to 405-530-2091.
Application Deadline: Tuesday, March 31, 2015
 Posted:  3/20/2015

Events Coordinator-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Oklahoma United Methodist Circle of Care
Name of Job: *
Events Coordinator
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * Under the supervision of the Director of
Development the Events Coordinator is 
responsible for coordinating a variety of events across the state for Circle of Care. Coordinate details of events such as foster care recruitment fairs, employee appreciation events, summer programs, and fundraising event, Visit venue to 
plan layout of seating and decorations, schedule speakers and event participants, participates in all efforts to publicize event. Excellent communication skills, including writing, proof reading skills, and speaking, ability to manage multiple projects and work assignments from a variety of staff and volunteers, proficient using the latest versions of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and mail merges; email and web searches. Bachelor’s degree preferred; significant work experience can substitute for the degree. 
To Apply for this Job: *
Submit resume and cover letter to mike.slack@circleofcare.org
Application Deadline: Tuesday, March 31, 2015
 Posted:  3/20/2015

Family and Youth Specialist/Therapist-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
SAFY
Name of Job: *
Family and Youth Specialist/Therapist
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City, OK
Position Description: * This position is responsible for providing a range of moderately complex clinical services and case management with children, adolescents, and adults in our Oklahoma City division.

This will be accomplished through the following:

Complete diagnostic assessments, participate in the development of treatment plan, and provide ongoing mental health/clinical services as required by contract.
Review referrals of youth with co-workers to determine if and where the placement may occur.
Communicate with the foster parent/s to discuss the potential placement of the referral.
Compile profile using pre and post assessment tools for outcome measures.
Conduct visits to the home as defined by policy, placing agency contract requirements, or as needed for the stabilization of youth.
Discuss all relevant issues pertaining to the youth in care with foster parent(s), youth, school officials, natural parents, placing agency and other appropriate parties involved with the youth according to policy, regulations and best practice standards.
Complete inventories of property for each youth according to policies and procedures.
Report census information timely and efficiently for purpose of financial billing and foster parent reimbursement.
Timely document outcome of home visits, interaction with parties involved in the youth’s care and incidents as required by policy, regulations and contract. 
Position Qualifications: Educational Requirements:

Master’s degree in social work, counseling, psychology, sociology, or child & family studies is required
Licensure Requirements:

LCSW, LPC, LMFT, LBP, or LADC is required in the state of Oklahoma, candidates may be under supervision
Experience Requirements:

Three years experience in social work, child welfare, or mental health is preferred
Skill Set: 

Strong organizational skills to prioritize workload
Excellent communication skills (oral and written)
Demonstrated skill in writing treatment plans, case notes, etc.
Operate a computer in regards to Microsoft Office and agency database system 
To Apply for this Job: *
https://www.appone.com/MainInfoReq.asp?R_ID=1019359
Application Deadline: Monday, April 20, 2015
 Posted:  3/20/2015

Peer-Run Drop-In Center Program Coordinator-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Mental Health Association Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
Peer-Run Drop-In Center Program Coordinator
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: *
Coordinator will be responsible for development and implementation of drop-in center program services. Provides support, information, and advocacy to individuals in a recreational, stigma-free, non-treatment focused environment. Supervises routine activities of drop-in center staff, volunteers, and monitors daily activities and social events hosted by the center. This position performs a wide range of tasks to assist adults with mental illness in regaining control of their lives back through strength-based recovery processes. This position is located in Oklahoma City.
Position Requirements: Funding of position requires that applicant have a mental health history and be willing to self-disclose; Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s degree preferred; degree in social work, psychology, public health, or related field; must have at least two years experience in working with the mentally ill population and knowledge in the area of co-occurring health recovery and have participated in a local or national consumer advocacy group. Knowledge of community resources related to mental health, mental illness, and disability required; should have case management, crisis intervention and referral skills. Must be able to supervise others. Good interpersonal and communication skills (both verbal and written) required. Working knowledge of Microsoft Office products needed. Must be a dedicated team player. 
Position Reports to:
Director of the Recovery Services
Hours and Salary:
11:00 a.m. -7:00 p.m. – The Drop in center hours will be Tuesday through Saturday, with one (1) hour off for lunch. (Flexibility in scheduling required; due to nature of drop-in center, position will require working some holidays).
To Apply for this Job: *
Send Resume to:Mental Health Association Oklahoma.
Attn: Human Resources
1870 S. Boulder
Tulsa, OK 74119
Fax No. (918) 382-2491
E-mail: personnel@mhaok.org
Apply online at www.mhaok.org/jobs
Application Deadline: Monday, March 30, 2015
 Posted:  3/20/2015

Recovery Services Coordinator-Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Mental Health Association Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
Recovery Services Coordinator
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa
Position Description: * Coordinator will be responsible for assisting with development, operation, and supervision of all programs within Recovery Services department. Position will provide supervision, training, guidance, support and oversight to staff and participants involved in program(s), events, and activities. Coordinator will monitor daily program practices and social events hosted by department. The Coordinator will be expected to assure service activities are effective models and demonstrate compliance with best practices and program evaluative goals. This position will lend expertise, information, and support to individuals and/or families contacting the Association needing various forms of mental health related assistance, e.g., crisis calls, referrals for service, initial mental health triage(s), if needed. 
Position Requirements: Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s degree preferred (license or license eligible); degree in social work, psychology, or related field; must have experience in working with the mentally ill population and knowledge in the area of co-occurring disorders. Knowledge of community resources related to mental health, service options, and disability required; should have case management, crisis intervention and referral skills. Minimum of 3 years of managerial or supervisory exp. preferred. Good interpersonal and communication skills (both verbal and written) required. 
Position Reports to:
Director of the Recovery Services
Hours and Salary:
8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Monday-Friday (some evenings and weekends). This
To Apply for this Job: *
Mental Health Association Oklahoma 
Attn: Human Resources
1870 S. Boulder
Tulsa, OK 74119
Fax No. (918) 382-2491
E-mail:personnel@mhaok.org
Apply online at www.mhaok.org/jobs
Application Deadline: Monday, March 30, 2015
 Posted: 3/20/2015 

Sunbridge Coordinator-Tulsa or OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Mental Health Association Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
Sunbridge Coordinator
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa or Oklahoma City
Position Description: *
Planning, coordination and measurement of program providing screening and referral to existing community resources as well as referral to short-term, pro bono counseling to individuals with transitional mental health needs. Also, recruitment and support of clinicians providing pro bono counseling services. Works closely with staff of mental health community referral line.
Position Requirements:
Master’s degree in social work, psychology or related field required: current mental health licensure preferred. Minimum 2 years of clinical (direct practice) preferred. Ability to travel between Oklahoma City and Tulsa. Effective oral and written communication with a variety of audiences; proficiency with Microsoft Office applications; proven ability to recruit and support volunteers a plus.
Position Reports to:
Director of Outreach and Prevention
Hours and Salary:
8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Monday-Friday (some evenings and weekends, flexibility in scheduling required)
To Apply for this Job: *
Mental Health Association Oklahoma
Human Resources 
1870 S. Boulder
Tulsa, OK 74119
Fax No. (918) 382-2491
Email: personnel@mhaok.org
Apply online: www.mhaok.org/jobs
Application Deadline: Monday, March 30, 2015
 Posted:  3/20/2015

Events Database Coordinator-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Museum of the Bible
Name of Job: *
Events Database Coordinator
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * This full-time position functions as the database coordinator for all MOTB events and donor management systems. This position reports to the Events & Promotion Director.

Responsibilities include:
• Database entry and management in EventsAIR and Salesforce software including functioning with proficiency in items such as query, export, import, mail, batch, volunteer, name badges, table assignments, itineraries, admin, travel management and dashboard.
• Compile guest invitation lists including all related contact information. Perform research assignments to this end. 
• Prepare invitation list for printer per specific guidelines. 
• Maintain donor representative assignments and ensure accuracy of designation
• Prepare queries and reports as requested to provide decision-making and tactical information
• Ensure all event invited and confirmed guest names and their involvement are tracked accurately
• Ensure complete information is collected for each guest through the travel management module of EventsAIR.
• Perform development department general administrative support.
• Provide list of event attendees and contact information to be used for thank you correspondence post events. 
• Ensure database is up-to-date and accurate so that on-demand reports can be generated in a timely fashion. 
• Import wealth engine data and profile information into each data file
• Provide event support as a member of the development team, working closely with the Director of Events and Promotions on major fundraising events and small series awareness events. This will include attending events on evenings or weekends as designated on the event schedule. 
• Other duties as assigned. 
Position Requirements: Required:
• A minimum of two years event management software experience is required
• Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel is required
• Excellent organizational skills, written and verbal communication skills, and interpersonal skills
• Experience in a non-profit organization; human services or education preferred
• A high level of discretion and professionalism
• Event support may require the ability to exert light physical effort in sedentary to light work, but which may involve some lifting, carrying, pushing and/or pulling of objects and materials of light weight (5-10 pounds).
• Ability to travel to national and international events

Full Time Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. until 5:30 p.m.; Occasional weekends and evenings for events. 
To Apply for this Job: *
please email hr@mbible.org and put Database Coordinator in the subject
Application Deadline: Saturday, April 18, 2015
 Posted: 3/20/2015 

Veterinarian-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Central Oklahoma Humane Society
Name of Job: *
Veterinarian
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: *
Responsible for care and treatment of all OK Humane Adoption and Relocation program animals to include maintenance of preventative health programs, infectious disease and medical protocol.
Position Qualifications: Educational Requirements:
Doctoral degree (DVM).

Job Requirements:
Supervise veterinary technicians, veterinary assistants and kennel personnel
Oversee medical treatment and care of animals
Supervise handling and recording of controlled substances 
Manage relationships with foster care providers and serve as the primary point of contact for medical questions and concerns of fosters and staff
Share in responsibility of afterhours duty phone
Follow and maintain grant reporting requirements
Maintain complete records for all patients and ensure correct PetPoint data entry
Order and maintain medical inventory
Supervise cleaning program for prevention of infectious/zoonotic disease
Continue research and maintenance of safe and efficacious medical protocol regarding shelter infectious disease 
Perform medical exams, rechecks and supervise order of medical treatments as necessary
Actively support associate staff and volunteers and promote the development of skills related to the advancement of our goals and mission
Represent the Central Oklahoma Humane Society in a professional and courteous manner at all times
Provide quality service to clients, volunteers, and staff recognizing their individual contributions to the success of our organization
Participate on committees and special projects as assigned
Maintain and provide proof of a current license to practice veterinary medicine in required states
Maintain controlled drug licenses and facility licenses as required
Maintain professional liability insurance at levels sufficient to meet minimum requirements recommended by the American Veterinary Medical Association
Acquire and maintain an active USDA accreditation for writing health certificates
Participate in and provide proof of continuing education requirements
Other duties as assigned 
Position Requirements: Must be able to work standing or sitting for 8 or more hours.
Must be able to lift and carry up to 50 pounds repeatedly throughout the day with help.
Must be able to bend and kneel repeatedly.
Must be able to see fine detail in a variety of situations.
Must have good hearing including ability to distinguish changes in pitch.
Must have reasonable degree of agility to move through tightly cramped areas in various situations.
Must have acceptable sense of touch and smell.
Must have good range of motion in joints especially wrist, knees, elbows.
Must have good range of motion in your back, for instance twisting.
Must be able to work in potentially extreme environmental temperatures.
Must have acceptable sense of balance.
Must be able to work and reach on hands and knees.
Must be able to use a ladder and or step stool.
Must possess excellent hand-eye coordination.
Must possess an acceptable degree of dexterity in hands and fingers.
Must have good vision including peripheral vision, fine detail, distance, depth perception and ability to focus 
Position Reports to:
Vice President of Operations
To Apply for this Job: *
 Posted:  3/20/2015

Pets for Life Community Organizer-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Central Oklahoma Humane Society
Name of Job: *
Pets for Life Community Organizer
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: *
Pets for Life (PFL) Coordinators are essential members of the PFL teams who coordinate the spay/neuter services component, volunteer program, and assist with other aspects of the program. Coordinators provide great customer service to PFL clients, and operational and logistical support to various components of the PFL program.
Position Qualifications: Must be a high school graduate or equivalent 
Must be comfortable handling/learning to handle both dogs and cats - general handling (petting, leash-walking, some lifting and carrying), and restraint (drawing blood, giving vaccines, and placing animals in cages/carriers)
Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills, a professional, tactful, mature and sincere attitude, and be able to represent the mission, goals and the policies of OK Humane in a creative, credible and energetic manner
Must be able to work maturely and respectfully with diverse groups of people
Must be organized, flexible and adjust to rapid, changing needs 
Must be knowledgeable and comfortable with computer systems used in operations and have basic computer skills, including database skills 
Knowledge of and commitment to animal welfare issues strongly preferred
Commitment to mission, values, goals and success of OK Humane
Must be proficient on MS Word, Excel, Outlook
Ability to follow directions and multitask.
Position will require weekend days and evenings 
Position Requirements:
Work is performed in a kennel/shelter setting and outdoors.
Frequent bending, reaching, kneeling, climbing stairs, walking and, standing on feet 8-10 hours per day while performing job functions.
Exposure to disinfectant solutions when cleaning. 
Exposure to various weather conditions when working outdoors. 
Subject to animal bites and scratches while handling animals of questionable temperament 
Occasional lifting of up to 50 pounds with reasonable accommodations 
Position Reports to:
Spay/Neuter Program Manager
To Apply for this Job: *
 Posted:  3/20/2015

In-House Veterinary Lead Assistant-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Central Oklahoma Humane Society
Name of Job: *
In-House Veterinary Lead Assistant
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: *
Responsible for assisting in care and treatment of all OK Humane Adoption and Relocation program animals to include maintenance of preventative health programs, infectious disease and medical protocol.
Position Qualifications: Must possess basic veterinary medical concepts including but not limited to vaccine protocols and anesthetic risks.
Must also be able to communicate basic veterinary concepts to individuals and be able to repeat information relayed by a veterinarian.
Prefer two years previous experience in high volume veterinary clinic(s).
Must possess decision making skills and the ability to manage multiples tasks.
Will be asked to communicate with the public on a daily basis in a professional manner.
Must be able to learn characteristics of animal behavior (for example: be able to identify aggressive or fearful behavior).
Must possess excellent reflexes.
Must be proficient at animal restraint for various procedures.
Ability to follow directions and multitask. 
Position Requirements:
Must be able to work standing or sitting for 8 or more hours.
Must be able to lift and carry up to 50 pounds repeatedly throughout the day with help.
Must be able to bend and kneel repeatedly.
Must have good range of motion in joints especially wrist, knees, elbows.
Must have good range of motion in your back, for instance twisting.
Must be able to work in potentially extreme environmental temperatures.
Must be able to use a ladder and or step stool.
Must possess excellent hand-eye coordination.
Must possess an acceptable degree of dexterity in hands and fingers.
Position Reports to:
Veterinarian
To Apply for this Job: *
 Posted:  3/20/2015

Office Manager/Assistant-Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
YWCA Tulsa
Name of Job: *
Office Manager/Assistant
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa
Position Description: * Position Description: Office Manager must demonstrate managerial skills in handling a variety of administrative and executive support related tasks for the CEO, Board of Directors and Directors on a day-to-day basis. 

Administrative:

Provide administrative support to the CEO, Administration Management Team, Board of Directors, and Advisory Board using good judgment and confidentiality. 

Prepare board communications including meeting reminders, agendas, packets, and rosters. Represent the organization and staff to all audiences in all forms of communication in a professional and diplomatic manner. All communications will be accurate and precise. 

Distribute staff meeting and management team agendas. 
Assist in the preparation of reports, presentations and various letters for mailing for the Administration Management Team. Maintain agency calendar and schedules. 

Coordinate internal and external meetings, conferences, travel and other events as requested, including arranging for necessary materials, food, beverages, and audio visual needs.

Assist with special events as needed (i.e. Wine, Women & Shoes; United Way Day of Caring, Benefits Enrollment Meetings, etc.).

Assist the Communications and Development department with the creation of the daily donation log, the printing of acknowledgement letters, and regular and mass mailings.
Act as the central repository for organizational records and operating documents and ensure the destruction of documents in accordance with the records retention policy.

Support additional administrative needs of the office (e.g. answering telephones, distributing incoming mail, interoffice mail pickup and delivery, preparing and distributing phone listings, ordering supplies etc.)

Human Resources:

Process all new hire paperwork, including background checks and master employee census, and conduct new hire orientations as needed. 

Maintain all personnel files, employee medical records, and I-9 files in accordance with state and federal requirements. 

Audit benefits enrollment changes on a quarterly basis to support HR and Finance. 

Required to transport themselves to and from meetings and pick up supplies. 
Position Qualifications: Highly organized, attention to detail, effective time management skills, strong follow through. Ability to lead projects, multi-task and work with minimal supervision, and consistently meet deadlines. Shows initiative in all aspects of the job.

High level of professionalism and confidentiality while remaining flexible, proactive, and resourceful in meeting the daily responsibilities of the position. 

Strong customer service skills, interpersonal skills and team player. Presents a positive attitude, flexibility and adaptability in our fast-paced environment.

Ability to analyze complex problems and identify practical and creative solutions. Be able to gather information, make decisions in a timely manner, and communicate findings in most efficient manner.

Working knowledge of mail processes (postage machines, Federal Express, UPS). 
Position Requirements:
Three to five years of administrative/office management experience required.

One to two years of human resources office experience required.

Associate’s degree in secretarial science, business administration, or a related discipline desired.

Proficient IT skills, including word processing, spreadsheets, and use of various databases. Intermediate knowledge of relevant software such as MS Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint). Experience using donor databases desired.

Bilingual in Spanish helpful.

Notary Public helpful.
Position Reports to:
Director of Human Resourcecs
Hours and Salary:
40 hrs/wk
To Apply for this Job: *
Please print and complete the online employment application at ywcatulsa.org. Email the completed application and resume with "Office Manager" in the subject line to hr@ywcatulsa.org. No phone calls please.
Application Deadline: Wednesday, April 1, 2015
 Posted:  3/20/2015

Grant & Contract Administrator-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation
Name of Job: *
Grant & Contract Administrator
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation

Grant & Contract Administrator 

Posting Number: 0000820 
Working Title: Grant & Contract Administrator 
Position Type: ADMINISTRATIVE 
Classification: Ongoing 
Status: Full-Time 
Department: ACCOUNTING, RECORDS & PAYROLL 

Job Summary/Basic Function: 
Responsible for accurate, well-documented and acceptable set of records and reports on all grants and contracts. Prepares monthly, quarterly, and annual reports of expenditures and financial reports on grant and contract transactions. Assists Principal Investigators/Program Chairs in preparing budgets for grant and contract applications. Audits contracts and prepares reports to substantiate individual transactions. Conducts evaluations of expenditures on individual grants and contracts. 

Minimum Qualifications: 
Bachelor's degree and one (1) year of directly-related or closely relevant experience, OR a combination of education and experience. Must have strong knowledge of Microsoft Office (especially Word and Excel). Some knowledge of accounting principles and practices required. Must give meticulous attention to detail, thoroughly complete work tasks and meet constant deadlines. A strong team player is absolutely necessary. Must have the ability to maintain confidentiality, deal calmly and effectively in high stress situations, adapt to frequent changes, multi-task, and work independently. Must be able to interact professionally with diverse personalities and cultures. 

Minimum Degree Required: 
High School Diploma or equivalent 

Work Hours: 
Typically Monday-Friday from 8:30am-5:00 pm 

Preferred Qualifications: 
Prefer experience in a scientific research, health, and/or university environment. 

Physical Demands 
Regularly required to sit, use manual dexterity, talk and hear. Occasionally required to stand, walk, reach with hands and arms, and lift or move up to 10 pounds. Vision requirements include close vision and ability to adjust focus. Noise level is usually quiet. 

Special Instructions to Applicants: 
Application Type Accepted: General Application 
Required Applicant Documents: Resume/Curriculum Vitae 
Optional Applicant Documents: Cover Letter 

To apply, visit http://apptrkr.com/592605

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 Posted:  3/20/2015

Program Manager-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
NewView Oklahoma, Inc.
Name of Job: *
Program Manager
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * Schedule, coordinate and oversee all NVO programs. 

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Arrange transportation for participants as needed.
Recruit, train and coordinate volunteers. Includes Blindness Basics training for volunteers.
Properly staff programs with volunteers and NVO staff. Includes recruiting, training and coordinating volunteer base along with tracking participation and recognizing service.

Programs may include the following and others upon request:
OWL Camp –5 day summer camp for visually impaired children ages 8-18. Responsible for all aspects of the camp to include but not limited to the scheduling and coordinating of activities, camp programs and events, guests for the camp, recruitment of staff and volunteers and overall day to day operations during the camp.
Parent Support Group - Develop and implement an ongoing group within the OKC metro area for families with visually impaired children.
Arts - Museum tours, outreach events, fall break camp & ongoing classes.
Veterans & seniors (VITAL)
Eyes Just Talking Support Group
Monthly Blindness Awareness Training
Dragon Boating/Rowing
Serve as active liaison between community organizations to identify, create and implement programs for NVO employees.
Assist with luncheons, organizational tours and open houses as needed.
Raise awareness of and participation in programs through a combination of print distribution, projects and cultivation events.
Serves as a liaison between community organizations to identify, create and implement accessible programs for NVO employees within the OKC metro area.
Develop and implement strategies to expand outreach and awareness of new and existing accessible community programs. 
Position Requirements:
Requires Bachelor’s degree in related field, plus 2 years experience in program and volunteer management.
Database management and Microsoft office skills.
Preference given to candidate with experience in the non-profit sector.
Knowledge of services related to disabilities a plus.
Must have current and valid Oklahoma Drivers License and pass a criminal background check.
Position Reports to:
VP of Fundraising and Development
Hours and Salary:
8-5 M-F
To Apply for this Job: *
To apply visit www.newviewoklahoma.org and complete the application. 
Once completed you may email the application to mward@newviewoklahoma.org or fax it to 405-236-5438.
Application Deadline: Friday, April 3, 2015
 Posted:  3/20/2015

Special Events Manager-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Ronald McDonald House Charities of Oklahoma City
Name of Job: *
Special Events Manager
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: *
Ronald McDonald House Charities of Oklahoma City has an opening for a Special Events Manager. visit our website at rmhcokc.org/contact/careers for more information.
To Apply for this Job: *
Visit rmhcokc.org/contact/careers.
 Posted:  3/18/2015

Director of Development-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Ronald McDonald House Charities of Oklahoma City
Name of Job: *
Director of Development
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: *
Ronald McDonald House Charities of Oklahoma City has an opening for a Director of Development. Visit our website at rmhcokc.org/contact/careers for more information.
To Apply for this Job: *
Visit rmhcokc.org/contact/careers.
 Posted:  3/18/2015

Executive Director-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Down Syndrome Association of Central Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
Executive Director
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * The Down Syndrome Association of Central Oklahoma (DSACO) seeks an exceptional leader who can help continue this growth of this organization as it moves into a new phase of sustainability and impact as its Executive Director. 

About DSACO 
Founded in 1999, the Down Syndrome Association of Central Oklahoma (DSACO) provides education, support, and resources to individuals with Down syndrome, their families, professionals, and the community. DSACO also builds public awareness and acceptance of the abilities of individuals with Down syndrome. The organization has a rich history of accomplishments, including serving Central Oklahoma through educational, social and recreational programs for the past 10 years.

DSACO's dynamic group of board members and dedicated volunteers want to continue to build on this solid foundation and serve Central Oklahoma even more effectively in partnership with an Executive Director. Strategic, relationship-based growth and diversification of donor income over the next three years is a key organizational goal, as is the completion of a comprehensive strategic plan. 

The Executive Director is responsible for the effective leadership, management and financial health of DSACO. 
In development and marketing, the Executive Director will: 

• Develop and publish consistent communications with the organization’s audiences, including e-newsletters, web site content, social media, written materials, annual reports, brochures, flyers, invitations and other communiques. 
• Continue to develop and execute successful fund development strategies, working closely with the board to maintain and increase current levels of giving while identifying and securing new funding sources, including: 
o Identify new prospective corporate, foundation, and government sources of funding and write and submit proposals accordingly 
o Develop and institute an individual donor program and donor stewardship activities 
o Manage major fundraising events such as the Festival & 5K and DSACO Cup 
• Raise the profile of DSACO by actively and effectively representing the organization to funders, community leaders and the community at large and implementing sound marketing and public relations strategies 
• Manages grant outreach efforts (government, foundation, corporate) by researching and identifying grant possibilities, writing and/or editing grant proposals, and ensuring consistent organizational messaging and appropriately timed asks
• Maintains member and donor records in Exceed database, solicits and acknowledges donations, and prepares correspondence regarding the organization and its programs. May arrange and attend meetings with donors and prospective donors
• Effectively advocate for legislation, education and training and general awareness of Down syndrome 

In program development and administration, the Executive Director will: 
• Work with the Board of Directors to develop and Execute a long-range strategy to achieve DSACO's mission by overseeing and strengthening DSACO's programs and services 
• Coordinate current DSACO programs and services
• Develop evaluation criteria, including assessment of member and partner needs, to measure effectiveness and efficiency of existing programs and recommend changes in programming to the Board
• Recruit, retain, and motivate a diverse team of top quality volunteers to execute DSACO's programs and services 

In budget and finance, the Executive Director will: 
• Ensure DSACO applies sound financial and administrative practice through effective fiscal management such that the organization grows in a fiscally prudent fashion 
• Work with the Finance Committee, and the board in preparing a budget and monitoring financial performance against budget guidelines each year
• Work with DSACO's Treasurer and Accountant to ensure that appropriate financial information is maintained in Quickbooks, timely reports are made, and the board and appropriate committees are well-informed about financial matters 

In organizational development, the Executive Director will: 
• Work closely with the board to effectively and quickly transition DSACO from a volunteer-led organization to a governance board model 
• Work with the Board of Directors and Bylaws Committee to finalize and institute updated Bylaws for the organization, and from those bylaws, develop comprehensive policies and procedures as needed and at the request and approval of the board 
• Partner with the board to complete a comprehensive strategic plan within the first year of arrival, and actively support Board-led committees to implement strategic and annual operating plans
• Continue to establish the systems, processes and infrastructure necessary to effectively implement the organization's mission
• Ensure that all organizational policies, practices, and values are in compliance with professional standards and further organizational success 
Position Qualifications:
• A Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience is required.
• Minimum of three to five years of executive or management experience is required
Position Requirements: • Proven record of fundraising success with corporate, individual, foundation, and other forms of support such as special events and membership 
• Excellent communication skills and a respectful and collaborative approach to fostering partnerships and community alliances with diverse stakeholders 
• Demonstrated experience leading an organization through significant growth and successfully implementing systems, processes and infrastructure 
• Administrative experience as an Executive Director or comparable executive, including financial management, board development and resource management experience 
• Compassionate, engaging, and open style and skill in building effective teams and consensus around issues, initiatives and a common agenda 
• Passion for serving and advocating for children and adults with Down syndrome. 
• Knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite (including Dreamweaver) a plus. 
Position Reports to:
Board of Directors
Hours and Salary:
Some evening and weekend time is required for this position, with some travel throughout the year.
To Apply for this Job: *
To apply, please send letter of interest that includes minimum salary requirements, resume, and three references to president@dsaco.org by April 10, 2015. DSACO is an Equal Opportunity employer.
Application Deadline: Friday, April 10, 2015
 Posted:  3/17/2015

Executive Director-Shawnee

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Mission Shawnee
Name of Job: *
Executive Director
What city will this job be located in? *
Shawnee
Position Description: * Job Purpose
The executive director promotes Mission Shawnee and oversees the coordination and administration of all aspects of Mission Shawnee including planning, organizing, staffing, leading and managing program activities.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities
The executive director performs a wide range of duties including but not limited to the following:
• Serves as the face of Mission Shawnee through public speaking at churches and civic organizations; interviews with local media and writes articles for the newspaper. Also responsible for the management of the Mission Shawnee website.
• Represents Mission Shawnee in meetings with other non-profit organizations such as United Way, Regional Food Bank, etc.
• Provides general oversight of all ministries in accordance with the mission and goals of Mission Shawnee. Provides direct leadership of ministries as applicable.
• With board approval, develops, plans and implements new ministries and programs as needs arise.
• Plans and conducts fund raising activities.
• Under the oversight of the Mission Shawnee Board of directors, supervises the Mission Shawnee staff. Participates with the board in recruiting, interviewing, and selecting Mission Shawnee staff.
• Consults/collaborates with the director of ministries to enlist volunteers for appropriate ministry activities.
• Participates in annual budget planning.
• Provides oversight of all project funds according to established accounting policies and procedures.
• Analyzes financial reports and tracks financial records ensuring they are up to date.
• Serves as administrator of the building.
• Prepares agendas for board meetings.
• Performs other duties as assigned by the board of directors.
• Hours are flexible and may include some nights and weekends.
• Relocation may be required.
The executive director should demonstrate competence in the following:
• Evangelical believer with a heart for the impoverished
• Behave ethically: understand ethical behavior and business practices. Ensure own behavior and the behavior of the staff and volunteers are consistent with these standards and aligns with the values of Mission Shawnee.
• Build Relationships: Establish and maintain positive working relationships with others, both internally and externally.
• Communicate Effectively: speak, listen and write in a clear, thorough and timely manner using appropriate and effective communication tools and techniques.
• Creativity/Innovation: Develop new and unique ways to improve the operations of Mission Shawnee to create new opportunities.
• Focus on Client Needs: Anticipate, understand and respond to the needs of Mission Shawnee clients in a way that meets their needs and encourages long term relationships.
• Foster Teamwork: Work cooperatively and effectively with staff, volunteers and members of the community to set goals, resolve problems and make decisions that enhance organizational effectiveness.
• Lead: Positively influence others to achieve results that are in the best interest of Mission Shawnee 

Current Mission Shawnee ministries/programs

• Food Pantry – Secures adequate sources of funding for food and supplies to be given out
• Benevolence Program – takes steps to insure adequate funding and manages and distributes funding for various needs in the community
• Summer Lunch Program – provides overall coordination of the program to include publicity and community awareness, coordination of volunteers, resources for the meals
• Christmas Store – provides overall coordination of the program including the promotion of the program with local churches, identifying families to include in the program, documenting families helped, coordinate volunteers as needed to buy and wrap gifts.
• Thursday and Sunday community meals – provide support as needed in regard to the building or other resources needed 
• Horace Mann Elementary – support the Horace Mann elementary school staff as needs arise. Currently involves providing resources for Family Reading nights, parent-teacher conferences, and other activities designed to connect students’ families with the school in a positive way.
• Fund raising – 5K Run in the spring 
Position Qualifications:
The ideal candidate will have a bachelor's degree in ministry or experience of 12 months or more with an emphasis on working with the homeless and impoverished.
Position Reports to:
Mission Shawnee Executive Board
Hours and Salary:
$25,000 annually
To Apply for this Job: *
Please mail a cover letter and resume with at least 2 personal references to:

MISSION SHAWNEE
ATTN: Kim Robinson
P.O. BOX 1223
Shawnee, OK 74802
Application Deadline: Friday, April 17, 2015
 Posted:  3/17/2015

Executive Director

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Oklahoma Recreation and Park Society
Name of Job: *
Executive Director
What city will this job be located in? *
any within State of Oklahoma
Position Description: * The Oklahoma Recreation and Park Society (ORPS) is looking for an energetic and experienced park and recreation professional to fill the position of Executive Director (ED). The Mission of the Oklahoma Recreation and Park Society is to provide professionals with leadership, educational, personal and professional development opportunities to promote the importance of quality environmental, cultural, recreational and park services. The ORPS membership consists of park and recreation professionals, vendors, agencies, non-profits, universities, state and local government departments, employees and friends of the parks and recreation profession.
The Executive Director position is a non-profit contract position. The ED shall oversee all administrative operations, member services, professional development programs, special events, annual conference planning and logistics, and legislative advocacy on behalf of the Society. The ED works closely with the Board of Directors and membership in successfully executing the goals and objectives of the Society. The ED will be required to travel statewide for the annual ORPS Conference, OML Conference, and ORPS Board Meetings. Occasional out-of-state travel will be required for the NRPA Conference. The ED shall reside in the state of Oklahoma.
Required Skills: Candidates must possess strong communication skills, computer skills, conference planning, organization skills, excellent interpersonal skills (including working with volunteers), strong financial abilities, fundraising and sales skills, and an approachable, welcoming demeanor. Knowledge of or experience in the field of parks and recreation is preferred for this position. A Certified Park and Recreation Professional (CPRP) certification is highly desirable. 
Position Qualifications:
Required Skills: Candidates must possess strong communication skills, computer skills, conference planning, organization skills, excellent interpersonal skills (including working with volunteers), strong financial abilities, fundraising and sales skills, and an approachable, welcoming demeanor. Knowledge of or experience in the field of parks and recreation is preferred for this position. A Certified Park and Recreation Professional (CPRP) certification is highly desirable.
Position Requirements: Scope of Services: 
• Sells and coordinates all sponsorship efforts to support programming, advertising, and annual events
• Assists ORPS President in budget planning and implementation
• Publishes editorials and newsletter information as required
• Manages Society’s financial programs and activities including accounts payable and accounts receivable (Candidate must be bondable)
• Coordinates annual conference planning and activities with committee members
• Coordinates Society’s writing and evaluation of requests for proposals
• Ensures that Society’s programs, workshops, and meetings are successfully planned and administered
• Actively recruits new members for the Society
• Effectively communicates information to the membership
• Prepares reports for Society’s Board meetings and committee meetings
• Serves as ex-officio member of the ORPS Board of Directors
• Serves on various committees as needed
• Responsible for the development and implementation of strategic plans and marketing plans
• Serves as a legislative advocate for the Society regarding issues of concern for parks and recreation
• Establishes and accomplishes annual Society goals and objectives
• Updates social media (Facebook - Twitter)and websites in a timely manner 
Position Reports to:
ORPS Board of Directors
Hours and Salary:
contracted, wages not to exceed $18,540 annually
To Apply for this Job: *
Selection Process: Interested candidates should submit a resume, cover letter, and three professional references by April 24, 2015. Candidates should email their information to Brooke Hall at bhall@muskogeeparks.org. Qualified candidates will be selected for an interview following a review process. The ORPS Hiring Committee will start the review process the week of April 27, 2015.
Contact: For additional information contact ORPS President Brooke Hall at bhall@muskogeeparks.org or at (918)684-6304.
Application Deadline: Friday, April 24, 2015
 Posted:  3/16/2015

Part-time Program Instructor-Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
The Center for Individuals with Physical Challenges
Name of Job: *
Part-time Program Instructor
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa
Position Description: *
Seeking part-time Program Instructor to provide programs for persons with physical disabilities.

Position Qualifications:
Experience in exercise science, therapeutic recreation, certified personal training or related field preferred
Position Requirements: To ensure services delivered at The Center are of consistently high quality, high interest, and appropriately adapted to Members’ needs so that the maximum number of Members can participate to the greatest extent possible.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
1. Oversee/instruct a designated area of the Rehabilitative Fitness or Paralympic Sport Club Program, including but not limited to staffing the Fitness Center, leading fitness classes and facilitating adaptive sport activities. 
2. Assist in assessing Member’s goals for participation, design an individualized program to address identified goals, and maintain documentation of members’ goals and progress as appropriate. Complete required Member evaluations as assigned.
3. Demonstrate professional behavior in working cooperatively as a part of a team, initiating ongoing professional learning and skill enhancement, generating ideas for new and enhanced programming, and maintaining client confidentiality.
4. Accept responsibility for supervision of Members in assigned activities, including off-campus outings.
5. Assist to supervise and manage volunteers and interns placed in his/her classes and activities.
6. Accept a flexible work schedule requiring evening hours.
7. Transfer Members as needed and assist with personal care as requested.
8. Assume other duties as assigned. 
Position Reports to:
Director of Rehabilitative Fitness
Hours and Salary:
Tuesday and Thursday, 4:30-8:30pm
To Apply for this Job: *
Resumes to: Director of Rehabilitative Fitness, The Center, 815 S. Utica Ave, Tulsa, 74104 OR email to bmclachlan@tulsacenter.org OR fax to (918) 584-8607
Application Deadline: Tuesday, March 31, 2015
 Posted:  3/16/2015

Local Engagement Coordinator-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Oklahoma Public School Resource Center
Name of Job: *
Local Engagement Coordinator
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * Primary Job Responsibilities
Objectives: 
Inform 1750 parents about GreatSchoolsOklahomaCity.org and recruit them to use it between 2015-2016.
Survey a subset of families and community partners served about their experiences with GreatSchoolsOklahomaCity.org through phone surveys and recording responses in designated survey software. Completion of 3 training sessions is required. Additional pay is available for surveys completed and verified.
Strategies to employ in meeting these objectives include:
Cultivate a broad base of productive relationships with organizations and individuals who influence the quality and range of K-12 education options and directly serve families in assigned communities. Maintain a database of all partnerships.
Within assigned communities, identify and articulate needs related to helping parents make informed school choice decisions and support learning at home and in school.
Participate in on-the-ground parental outreach efforts to facilitate choice enrollment before and during the application process.
Attend community events and meetings to increase awareness.
Provide recommendations and attend education events to engage community. 
Position Qualifications: Ambitious leader, self-starter, highly entrepreneurial, results-oriented, bridge builder. Self-motivated with experience working remotely, and the ability to work effectively both independently and within a team
Must be detail oriented, extremely organized, and have exceptional written and oral communication skills. Communicates effectively, using a variety of communication styles and mediums—in person, via phone, letter and email—and across a wide range of partners and parents with different levels of skill and knowledge.
Displays a proven commitment to education and educational development. Has the ability to build trusting relationships with public, private, and charter K-12 schools and the entities that work with them. Demonstrates an understanding of how parents should support and guide their children’s education. 
Position Requirements:
Ability to use current versions of word processing, spreadsheet, presentation, publishing software applications and various data tracking systems.
Light travel may occasionally be required-- across Oklahoma for meetings or nationally for conferences. Must have valid driver’s license and auto insurance.
Position Reports to:
Special Projects Managing Director
Hours and Salary:
This is a part-position (approximately 20-25 hours/week); commensurate with experience; and, requires a commitment through December 31, 2015. This position is not eligible to participate in any employee benefit plans including group health insurance or si
To Apply for this Job: *
Resumes without a cover letter will not be accepted.

Send cover letter, compensation requirements, and resume to megan.stanek@opsrc.net
Application Deadline: Friday, April 3, 2015
 Posted:  3/13/2015

Community Engagement Consultant-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Oklahoma Public School Resource Center
Name of Job: *
Community Engagement Consultant
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * Primary Job Responsibilities
Objectives:
Cultivate a broad base of productive relationships with organizations and individuals who influence the quality and range of k-12 education options and directly serve families in assigned communities.
In close coordination with the Special Projects Managing Director and Local Engagement Coordinator(s), define the scope of work within assigned communities.
Implement or expand on an existing Parent and Partner Communications and Outreach Plan.
By December 31, 2015, produce a recommendations report to embed in the communities the work of increasing and sustaining parent engagement efforts
Manage planning, design, and implementation of the GreatSchoolsOklahomaCity.org program in assigned communities, to include:
Fulfilling commitments to and responding to requests from partner organizations;
Working with partner organizations to appropriately market the GreatSchools brand to families;
Ensuring that school profile information is collected and current for all schools;
Creating and implementing a strategy to secure parent reviews for all schools; and,
Managing a community engagement strategy and implementation.
Participate in on-the-ground parental outreach efforts to facilitate choice enrollment before and during the application process.
Recruit, train, and supervise volunteers to heighten outreach coverage and parent support.
Attend community events and meetings to increase awareness.
Assist with parent enrollment and application.
Provide recommendations for relationship building and community outreach opportunities.
Provide recommendations and attend education events to engage community.
The scopes of services include, but are not limited to:
Complete GreatSchools survey consultant training sessions;
Conduct survey calls;
Maintain a database of all outreach activities, contact made and the outcome of each;
Submit monthly timesheet and call log.
Manage planning, design, and implementation of the GreatSchoolsOklahomaCity.org Community Outreach plan in assigned communities, to include:
Fulfilling commitments to and responding to requests from partner organizations.
Working with partner organizations to appropriately market the GreatSchools brand to families.
Supporting collection of current school profile information (OSP) for all schools.
Creating and implementing a strategy to secure 10+ parent reviews for all schools.
Provide periodic summaries of progress through email and/or phone check-ins.
Survey a subset of families and community partners served about their experiences with GreatSchoolsOklahomaCity.org through phone surveys and recording responses in designated survey software. Completion of 3 training sessions is required. Additional pay is available for surveys completed and verified. 
Position Qualifications: Key Abilities and Attributes
Ambitious leader, self-starter, highly entrepreneurial, results-oriented, bridge builder. Self-motivated with experience working remotely, and the ability to work effectively both independently and within a team
Must be detail oriented, extremely organized, and have exceptional written and oral communication skills. Communicates effectively, using a variety of communication styles and mediums—in person, via phone, letter and email—and across a wide range of partners and parents with different levels of skill and knowledge.
Displays a proven commitment to education and educational development. Has the ability to build trusting relationships with public, private, and charter K-12 schools and the entities that work with them. Demonstrates an understanding of how parents should support and guide their children’s education. 
Position Requirements:
Ability to use current versions of word processing, spreadsheet, presentation, publishing software applications and various data tracking systems.
Light travel may occasionally be required-- across Oklahoma City for meetings or nationally for conferences. Must have valid driver’s license and auto insurance.
Position Reports to:
Special Projects Managing Director
Hours and Salary:
This position is compensated on a contract basis and is not eligible to participate in any employee benefit plans including group health insurance or similar programs.
To Apply for this Job: *
Resumes without a cover letter will not be accepted.

Send cover letter, compensation requirements, and resume to megan.stanek@opsrc.net
Application Deadline: Friday, April 3, 2015
 Posted:  3/13/2015

Summer Camp Jobs

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Shiloh Camp
Name of Job: *
Summer Camp Jobs
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma
Position Description: *
There are multiple openings at Shiloh Camp for the Summer Camp season, May 26 - July 24
-Male and Female Counselors
-Instructors in Drama, Dance, Arts & Crafts, Painting, choir, and more
-Ropes Course Instructors
-Office Assistant
-Volunteer Teen Counselors in Training
Position Qualifications:
-mature Christian faith
-ability to interact with children
-Dependable
Position Requirements:
This is a day-camp, so hours are M-TH 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. Fridays 8 a.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Position Reports to:
Executive Director
Hours and Salary:
325/week
To Apply for this Job: *
apply online at www.shilohcamp.org
Application Deadline: Thursday, April 30, 2015
 Posted:  3/13/2015

School-Based Prevention Coordinator-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
HeartLine
Name of Job: *
School-Based Prevention Coordinator
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * Educates the community about suicide awareness and prevention through the Healthy Education for Life Program (HELP), Lifelines Trilogy, Time to Talk, crisis intervention training and awareness presentations. Facilitates training for HELP. Recruits, maintains, coordinates, and provides recognition for all HeartLine HELP volunteers.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:
Recruits, trains and supervises volunteer facilitators who present the HELP suicide prevention program to middle and high school students, as well as in community settings for all ages.
Evaluates volunteers’ effectiveness on an on-going basis and shares in agency efforts toward
volunteer appreciation.
Oversees the recruitment of schools and the scheduling of presentations and maintains appropriate documentation for all areas of the program, including outcome measurements.
Responsible for keeping informed on research related to suicide and updating program accordingly.
Participates on suicide-prevention related committees within and outside of HeartLine and in presentations related to suicide prevention as requested.
Is an active advocate on a community and state level to help reduce the number of suicides in Oklahoma.
Manages the Time to Talk program, facilitating school involvement and implementation 
Position Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree required, preferably in social services, education, or nursing fields. Experience working with volunteers, training and presenting to groups of people required. Non-profit experience and background in mental health preferred.
Position Requirements:
Strong computer, verbal skills and presentations skills required. Strong networking skills required, as it will be the responsibility of this employee to represent the agency in various capacities. Must have reliable transportation as driving to various places in the community will be required. Physically able to lift 20 pounds, climb stairs and bend/stoop.
Position Reports to:
Director of Suicide Prevention & Outreach
Hours and Salary:
Commensurate with experience
To Apply for this Job: *
Send cover letter and resume to employment@heartlineoklahoma.org.

No phone calls please.
Application Deadline: Friday, March 27, 2015
 Posted:  3/13/2015

Office Assistance-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Shiloh Camp
Name of Job: *
Office Assistance
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * Shiloh Camp has an exciting part-time opportunity for an individual with a heart for ministry and a desire to serve in an administrative assistant role. This role will serve and support the Executive Director and the Office Manager/Communications Coordinator, as well as other leadership staff and be involved in event planning in a Christ-centered environment. This individual must possess the following skills, qualities, and experience. 
Skills
• Strong computer skills; Microsoft applications including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Publisher 
• Excellent communication skills; written, interpersonal, verbal – especially via phone
• Ability to learn to update website information using WIX template based platform
• Ability to learn registration system
• Strong organizational skills
• Able to follow instructions well and follow-through with various projects/assignments with deadlines
• Ability to proof read/edit documents
• Ability and willingness to work indoors and outdoors
• Must be able to work on rough outdoor terrain on 40+ acre camp ground
• Ability or willingness to learn how to drive a golf cart
• Ability to lead office staff in Christian devotionals during meetings
• Must have reliable transportation
• Ability to work in fast paced office or outdoor environment 
Position Qualifications:
Desired qualities:
• Self-starter
• Energetic
• Organized
• Creative
• Teachable
• Cheerful

Preferred Experience:
• 1 year administrative clerical/office experience
• Non-profit organization work
• Ministry experience
Position Requirements:
Hours/Pay: PT Hours in May. June-July are Full Time Hours.
• Part Time 20-25 hours per week – $8.50 hr.
• Full Time 40+ hours per week - End of May and throughout June and July – $325 a week salaried.
Position Reports to:
Office Manager
Hours and Salary:
Hours/Pay: PT Hours in May. June-July are Full Time Hours.
To Apply for this Job: *
Apply online at www.shilohcamp.org AND email resume to info@shilohcamp.org
Application Deadline: Thursday, April 30, 2015
 Posted:  3/13/2015

Facilities/Maintenance-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Shiloh Camp
Name of Job: *
Facilities/Maintenence
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * Shiloh Camp has an exciting part-time opportunity for an individual with a heart for Christian ministry and a desire to serve. This role will manage the overall upkeep and maintenance of the camp grounds, buildings, vehicles, equipment and animal sanctuary in a Christ-centered environment. This individual must possess the following skills, qualities, and experience. 

Skills:
• Carpentry skills including ability to use basic carpentry tools
• Painting and staining
• Mowing; must be able to use a zero turn mower and tractor
• Tractor Skills
• Feeding and maintaining animals and animal sanctuary; horses, rabbits, chickens, goats, hedgehogs, cows. 
• Basic building repair
• Cutting limbs from trees
• Blowing and raking leaves
• Planting grass seed and sod
• Cleaning flower beds
• Upkeep of vehicles
• Moderate to heavy lifting
• Must be comfortable working outdoors 
Position Qualifications:
• Vehicle repair 
• Roofing repair
• Organized
• Creative
• Teachable
• Cheerful
• Ability to take direction, but also offer ideas or suggestions for improvement
Position Reports to:
Executive Director
Hours and Salary:
$8.50/hr (raise after 90 day probation) 20-25 hours a week, more hours available during summer camp and special events
To Apply for this Job: *
apply online at www.shilohcamp.org AND you can email resume to info@shilohcamp.org
Application Deadline: Thursday, April 30, 2015
 Posted:  3/13/2015

Program Coordinator-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Shiloh Camp
Name of Job: *
Program Coordinator
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * Are you a mature, Christian, male called to lead in the name of and through the love of Jesus? Are you ready to answer God’s calling and help transform lives with the love of Christ through sports, arts, and meaningful relationships? Shiloh Camp & Adventure Course is seeking a mature, Christian, male leader with super high energy, extreme organization skills, and a heart for the inner-city. 
Responsibilities
Create and implement all curriculum, schedules, and strategy for year round programs; Mega Man Caves, Mini Man Caves, YMDC, Summer Camp, Cookies & Bookies, Fall Family Carnival, Parenting Forums, and more.
Manage staff and volunteer recruiting and training.
Develop and implement camper recruiting and follow-up strategies for campers, their families, and volunteers.
Coordinate events for staff, volunteers, campers, and parents.
Develop and maintain alumni relations and create a sense of community among Shiloh staff past and present. 
Oversee all church and ministry partner relations and associated events including recruiting volunteers, work days, and special projects. 
Coordinate donations of food for Crew 52 and manage volunteers for programs requiring food. 
Serve as a liaison to churches/organizations bringing groups of campers. 
Oversee facility management, maintenance, and rentals of property. 
Organize storage inventory.
Purchase equipment and supplies in order to meet operational requirements of camp and programming.
Other duties as assigned. 
Position Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree preferred or two years of experience with camp environment preferred. 
Mature Male, Christian believer with strong biblical knowledge and dynamic, public speaking skills with the ability to relate to all ages.
Organized, strong leadership skills, fun and creative with lots of energy, and ability to interact well with children and adults, and enjoy opportunity to work indoors and outdoors.
Available to work beyond regular work day for retreats and special events as needed.
Advanced skills in Microsoft Office programs; Word, Excel, Publisher, PowerPoint.
Must be able to handle working indoors and outdoors year round and on rugged, camp terrain.
Graphic Design experience. 
Position Reports to:
Executive Director
Hours and Salary:
40+ Flexible Hours per week
To Apply for this Job: *
Apply online at www.shilohcamp.org AND Email resume to info@shilohcamp.org
Application Deadline: Tuesday, March 31, 2015
 Posted:  3/13/2015

Victim Service Specialist-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Mothers Against Drunk Driving
Name of Job: *
Victim Service Specialist
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * The part time Victim Service Specialist position is responsible for maintaining a caseload of victims/survivors of alcohol and drugged driving who are in need of short-term crisis intervention, emotional and grief support, advocacy and appropriate referral sources for continued long-term needs. This position is 20-25 hours per week with potential to transition to full time in June/July of 2015. The Victim Service Specialist will provide court accompaniment and referral guidance for legal, financial, and medical systems where applicable. In addition, they will work directly with volunteers to build capacity and service delivery. To learn more about MADD visit www.madd.org/ok 
Position Qualifications: 1. Utilizing independent judgment, conduct individual needs assessments on victims/survivors of alcohol and/or drugged driving crashes for emotional support, advocacy, information, and referrals, implementing beneficial interventions based upon those assessments. Maintain current assessment of victim/survivor’s coping and need for further referrals.

2. Based upon assessment, create and implement a tailored case management action plan for victims, which may include grief support assistance, crisis intervention, referrals for long-term counseling and other basic needs, as well as support group facilitation. May accompany victims/survivors to justice proceedings as appropriate. Provide advocacy by assisting in the protection and exertion of victims/survivors rights and educating others about the criminal and civil justice systems.

3. Conduct community needs assessments and analyze results to determine the development, facilitation, and implementation of appropriate substance impaired driving crashes’ victim services, programs and events. 

4. Based upon results of community needs assessments, create and implement effective outreach strategies to reach victims/survivors of drunk and/or drugged driving crashes who may not otherwise be aware of MADD Victim Services. 

5. Utilizing analysis of community needs assessment, establish and utilize a network of key individuals in the legal, funeral homes, medical, and social service systems to facilitate assistance for victims/survivors. Collect and maintain community resource information to share with victims and other Victim Services employees.

6. Recruit, screen, train, deploy, and recognize volunteers who provide assistance in meeting MADD’s initiatives.

7. Maintain accurate case records, statistical information and grant reports for each victim case according to MADD and grant standards and guidelines. Accurate and timely completion of the Quarterly Victim Served Statistics Report.

8. Other duties as assigned. 
Position Requirements: 1. Bachelor’s degree is required in a human services field of study (i.e. social work, psychology, sociology, criminal justice) with a minimum of one year of experience in victim advocacy (specifically case management) and/or grief support work (specifically bereaved individuals due to death), or

2. Equivalent experience that includes a minimum of 5 years of experience in victim advocacy (specifically case management) and/or grief support work (specifically bereaved individuals due to death).

3. Excellent interpersonal and oral/written communications skills; ability to establish rapport with individuals in difficult situations; and high level of customer service initiative required.

4. Ability to network and develop relationships with community agencies. 

5. Proficient in use of the computer to include MS Office products and databases.

6. Ethical behavior and respect for confidentiality are a must in this position.

7. Reliable transportation to court attendance is required along with a flexible schedule. 
Position Reports to:
Program Manager
Hours and Salary:
Part Time 20- 25 Hours per week with potential full time employment in June/July, $15-$17 an hour based on experience
To Apply for this Job: *
Send resume and cover-letter to Loretta.Denman@madd.org. No calls please.
Application Deadline: Friday, April 3, 2015
 Posted:  3/13/2015

Vice President of Development-Bethany

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Daily Living Centers
Name of Job: *
Vice President of Development
What city will this job be located in? *
Bethany
Position Description: * The Daily Living Centers is seeking a Vice President of Director of Development who will work under the supervision of the President/CEO to research and apply for grant opportunities, develop and implement fundraising and marketing strategies to secure individual and corporate donors in order to secure long and short term fundraising goals.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: 
• Identify, research and qualify public and private funding opportunities (including government grants) for programs, operations and capital needs. 
• Solicit new and recurring grant requests with government agencies or private and public foundations through a variety of proposals, including letter proposals, full proposals and in-person meetings and presentations.
• Develop a continual and extensive research process to identify new opportunities for grant funding.
• Compile and submit reports to grants on schedule for their reporting deadlines. 
• Maintain and contribute to a detailed calendar of deadlines and other cultivation and stewardship activities; ensure deadlines are communicated and met consistently.
• Prepare tracking, statistical and analysis reports on grant revenue performance.
• Having the appropriate person(s) ready and prepared for planned and unplanned media opportunities.
• Timely and regular posting through social media will result in increased volunteer and constituent engagement and will raise awareness for the cause.
• Maintain current database with financial and history of donors.
• Connecting appropriate stories with appropriate media outlets in order to increase awareness on a broad spectrum and follow up with appreciation for interactions in order to cultivate relationships
• Coordinate and perform tours for individuals and groups
• Participate in various presentations and special events in the community 
Position Qualifications:
Must have nonprofit fundraising experience. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Ability to read, analyze, and interpret general business periodicals, professional journals, and technical procedures. Ability to write reports and business correspondence. Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from leadership staff, program officers, donors, prospective donors, and corporate leaders. Ability to understand, compile, and interpret financial information as it relates to grant budgets or the organizational budget.
Position Requirements:
Five years of fundraising/marketing experience.
Position Reports to:
President/CEO
To Apply for this Job: *
Send cover letter, resume, and references to bw@dailylivingcenters.org. 
Only qualified applicants will be contacted.
Application Deadline: Friday, March 13, 2015
 Posted:  3/13/2015

Office Coordinator-Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Up With Trees
Name of Job: *
Office Coordinator
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa, OK
Position Description: *
The purpose of this job is to provide administrative assistance and ensure efficient office operations of Up With Trees – a Tulsa non-profit dedicated to planting trees and promoting urban forestry education.
Position Qualifications: • Manage donor and tree site databases
• Assist in processing all development paperwork – including site sponsorships, grant proposals and fulfillments.
• Manage all materials for the seedling and Apache program, as well as interact with the people arriving to pick up seedlings or Apache trees.
• Coordinate all garden show booths, including recruiting volunteers to help, setting up the booth (when needed) and handing out seedlings.
• Serve as the Board liaison – preparing all board meeting reminders, materials for board meetings, and sending out follow-up to board members after the meeting. 
• Manage all procurement for office supplies and materials.
• Prepare for all meetings and events at the Up With Trees’ office.
• Participate in community events on behalf of Up With Trees. 
• Other duties as assigned by the Associate Director. 
Position Requirements: • Associate’s Degree or equivalent nonprofit work experience
• Strong inter-personal and relationship building skills
• Demonstrated ability to follow-through on tasks in a timely and efficient manner
• Strong organization skills and attention to detail
• Strong written and oral communication skills
• Ability to work with a diverse group of people with varying backgrounds, interests, and opinions to build effective teams in a nonprofit environment
• Must be punctual and reliable. Position also requires a high level of energy, motivation, creativity, persistence and a positive attitude. 
Position Reports to:
Associate Director
To Apply for this Job: *
To apply for this job, email resume and cover letter to Julie Davis - julie@upwithtrees.org.
Application Deadline: Wednesday, April 1, 2015
 Posted:  3/13/2015

Director of Individual Giving-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
Director of Individual Giving
What city will this job be located in? *
OKlahoma City
Position Description: * The Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma is seeking a Director of Individual Giving who will work with the VP of Development and be responsible for playing a key role in developing and implementing a comprehensive strategy to raise funds from individuals to support the mission of the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma and to achieve the annual multi-million dollar revenue goals for the organization in conjunction with the strategic plan and Board goals. This position is a leadership position that is highly managerial in nature and oversees all day-to-day aspects of the individual giving team to achieve the organization’s annual and long-range fundraising goals. This position plays a key role in ensuring the people, processes, and technology required to achieve the goals are in place and effective. Works closely with and ensures alignment across departments and awareness of funding opportunities and to ensure effective stewardship commitments are consistently carried out. 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: 
• Work with the VP of Development and the gift officers focused in individual giving to develop and implement fundraising strategies to meet annual and long range goals. 
• Develop and implement friend- and fund-raising strategies including major gifts $10,000+, planned and endowment giving, online giving and special campaigns. Strong focus on in-person solicitations and the moves management strategies that lead to solicited major gifts.
• Manage a personal portfolio of 50-60 key donors and prospects, focusing on incremental growth and new gifts from $10,000 to $1 million+.
• Oversee and supervise the Donor Operations team to ensure appropriate recording and acknowledgment of all gifts. Manage the donor operations team towards goals, timelines, data management and integrity, and donor centered customer service. 
• Lead and supervise gift officers on the individual giving team and their projects and prospect lists, including: set goals and objectives and evaluate performance; work with them to develop moves management strategies for each donor on their portfolio; meet regularly with each gift officer individually to coach, share information, assess progress and strategize.
• Establish and maintain a working environment conducive to positive morale, individual style, quality, creativity and teamwork.
• Identify potential new sources of individual major donor support and assign gift officers to cultivate those relationships. Coach and evaluate gift officers in their regular implementation of cultivation, solicitation and stewardship activities.
• Help develop strategy to inform potential contributors of ongoing and special needs of the Regional Food Bank through a variety of channels and ensure development staff has the appropriate tools and resources to be able to do the same on a proactive, regular basis.
• Develop, implement and manage a planned giving program, supervising gifts made through bequests, trusts, charitable gift annuities, and other planned giving vehicles. Establish budget goals in consultation with VP and form strategies to reach them.
• Develop and implement infrastructure for capturing, measuring and reporting the moves management strategies for all prospects assigned to gift officers.
• Analyze benchmarks for fundraising efforts and track and report progress.
• In coordination with the Donor Operations Manager and other development staff, ensure a comprehensive stewardship plan is in place and is being successfully executed.
• In coordination with the Donor Operations Manager, manage donor recognition and stewardship for all donors.
• Write, edit and proofread proposals and reports to donors as needed.
• Advise the VP of Development and the ED on matters related to fundraising and philanthropy as appropriate.
• Seek opportunities for collaboration with other members of the RFBO team to develop projects and to maintain information and materials for development efforts.
• Conduct employee reviews following the guidelines, principles and framework established by the Human Resources Department.
• Assist the VP of Development with reporting to, interaction with and organizing activities of the Board of Directors, Development Committee and volunteers relating to fundraising activities as needed.
• Assume primary responsibility for day-to-day management of direct mail campaigns, in coordination with the VP of Development and the VP of Marketing. Regularly assess and analyze donor behavior through direct mail to build pipeline for middle donor and major donor program, and appropriate placement onto gift officer prospect lists.
• Research, analyze, and monitor financial, technological and demographic factors to capitalize on development opportunities.
• Analyze and recommend changes in processes or structure of fundraising activities to the VP to ensure objective fulfillment and swift response to development challenges and opportunities.
• Guide preparation of development reports and present to VP of Development, Executive Director, Board Committees and Board of Directors as needed.
• Remain current on fundraising trends in order to communicate, coach team and ensure implementation of fundraising best practices.
• Maintain a positive and strategic presence in the community on behalf of the Regional Food Bank, utilizing strong social and public speaking skills. Serve as a speaker to corporate, civic and religious groups to share the mission of the Regional Food Bank and to deepen engagement at all levels. Actively participate in networking opportunities in the community.
• The Director of Individual Giving will also perform other duties as assigned.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: The director supervises a team of gift officers responsible for ongoing major funding programs, such as major gifts, individual solicitation, Partners in Hope, the Benevon model, direct mail, and planned giving. In addition, this position supervises the donor operations team to ensure effective stewardship of our donors and their gifts. Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization's policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities include interviewing, hiring and training employees; planning, assigning and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems.

SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES WILL DEMONSTRATE THE FOLLOWING COMPETENCIES:
• Building philanthropic relationships with individuals and organizations, based upon a common vision for, and valuation of, the institution (measured through fundraising donors, dollars, significant gifts—five and six figures—and similar).
• Leading and managing staff, including assuring goal congruence, holding staff accountable, providing coaching, and promoting training/professional development.
• Interpersonal effectiveness—demonstrated by having built collaborative, trusting relationships with stakeholders including volunteers, staff and external audiences.
• Communications—effectively communicates mission up, down, and sideways (orally and in writing); actively listens, and understands the effectiveness of attributing credit to partners where possible, all while reflecting a strong presence and command of the issues. Strong proofreading skill set.
• Planning and organizing—thinks and plans logically, and builds partnerships to efficiently and effectively achieve measurable goals. 
Position Qualifications: EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE: Bachelor’s degree in Communications, Business, Marketing or a related field and seven plus years of development experience in fundraising management, major gift giving, corporate support, foundation grants, annual campaigns and direct mail. Prior management experience in fundraising and supervisory experience strongly desired. CFRE a plus. Candidate must have superb written, analytical, presentation and public speaking skills. Specialized training in fundraising highly desired. Good computer skills with database management experience, experience with Raiser’s Edge a plus. The ideal candidate will have a high level of personal integrity, and adapts well to changes, manages competing demands and is able to relate to and build relationships with individuals across a broad spectrum of society. Individual should be familiar with central and western Oklahoma.

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS: Must maintain any and all professional licensing requirements. Must have valid drivers license. 
Position Requirements: PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS AND PROFESSIONAL REQUIREMENTS
• A deep appreciation for, and an ability to articulate, the mission of the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma.
• Integrity, enthusiasm, perspective, flexibility and a strong work ethic. Is achievement-oriented. Imagines what is possible and persuasively articulates that vision.
• 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; the ability to understand and translate information for intended audiences with clarity, crispness and elegance.
• Effective team leader and team player: has the intellectual depth, maturity, wisdom and collaborative skills to garner the trust and confidence of staff, team, donors, volunteer leaders and other constituents; Excellent interpersonal skills with a demonstrated ability to work well with people at all levels.
• Customer/donor service – demonstrate the ability to respond with a high degree of urgency to the needs and requests of others, internally and externally. Understand the impact of their work on others.
• Maintain positive attitude, constructive, collaborative relationships and demonstrate respect for everyone.
• Ability to present a professional demeanor under a variety of conditions.
• Take the initiative to identify and act on problems and lead by example. Consistently make decisions that resolve problems.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORK ENVIRONMENT: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

This position largely works in a typical office setting. There may be extended periods of sitting, standing and/or bending; listening, talking and/or visual concentration; writing and/or computer use. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to sit; use hands to finger, handle, feel, and talk or listen. Specific vision abilities required by this job include ability to adjust focus. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally exposed to outside weather conditions. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate. 

This position also requires travel and may include delivery/pick-up of materials. Required lifting of 50 pounds. 

ADDITIONAL REQUIRMENTS:
• Clearance of background investigation and drug screen.
• Must be able to pass physical examination.

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.

This document does not create an employment contract, implied or otherwise, other than at “at will” relationship. 
Position Reports to:
Vice President, Development
Hours and Salary:
Mon - Fri
To Apply for this Job: *
Please visit www.regionalfoodbank.org to complete an online application which will include the submission of a cover letter and resume.
Application Deadline: Thursday, April 30, 2015
 Posted:  3/12/2015

Director of Organizational Giving-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
Director of Organizational Giving
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * The Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma is seeking a Director of Organizational Giving who will work with the VP of Development, and responsible for playing a key role in developing and implementing a comprehensive strategy to raise funds from corporations, foundations and other organizations to support the mission of the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma and to achieve the annual multi-million dollar revenue goals for the organization in conjunction with the strategic plan and Board goals. This position is a highly managerial and administrative position that manages all day-to-day aspects of the organizational giving team to achieve the organization’s annual and long-range fundraising goals. Works closely with and ensures alignment across departments and awareness of funding opportunities and to ensure effective stewardship commitments are consistently carried out. 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: 
• Work with the VP of Development and the gift officers focused in organizational giving to develop and implement fundraising strategies to meet annual and long range goals. 
• Develop and implement friend- and fund-raising strategies among organizational donors and prospects including major gifts $10,000+, grant proposals, sponsorships, employee engagements, workplace giving and special campaigns. Strong focus on in-person solicitations and the moves management strategies that lead to solicited major gifts.
• Manage a personal portfolio of 50-60 key donors and prospects, focusing on incremental growth and new gifts from $10,000+.
• Lead and supervise gift officers on the individual giving team and their projects and prospect lists, including: set goals and objectives and evaluate performance; work with them to develop moves management strategies for each donor on their portfolio; meet regularly with each gift officer individually to coach, share information, assess progress and strategize.
• Help develop strategy to inform potential contributors of ongoing and special needs of the Regional Food Bank through a variety of channels and ensure development staff has the appropriate tools and resources to be able to do the same on a proactive, regular basis.
• Identify potential new sources of corporate, foundation and organizational major donor support and assign gift officers to cultivate those relationships. Coach and evaluate gift officers in their regular implementation of cultivation, solicitation and stewardship activities.
• Develop and implement infrastructure for capturing, measuring and reporting the moves management strategies for all prospects assigned to gift officers.
• Establish and maintain a working environment conducive to positive morale, individual style, quality, creativity and teamwork.
• Ensure organizational giving team is consistently implementing the department’s comprehensive stewardship plan with their organizational donors.
• Coordinate with the Donor Operations Manager to ensure that donor recognition and stewardship for corporations is consistent and effective.
• Analyze benchmarks for fundraising efforts and track and report progress.
• Write, edit and proofread proposals and reports to donors as needed.
• Advise the VP of Development and the ED on matters related to organizational fundraising and philanthropy as appropriate.
• Seek opportunities for collaboration with other members of the RFBO team to develop projects and to maintain information and materials for development efforts.
• Conduct employee reviews following the guidelines, principles and framework established by the Human Resources Department.
• Assist the VP of Development with reporting to, interaction with and organizing activities of the Board of Directors, Development Committee and volunteers relating to fundraising activities as needed.
• Research, analyze, and monitor financial, technological and demographic factors to capitalize on development opportunities.
• Analyze and recommend changes in processes or structure of fundraising activities to the VP to ensure objective fulfillment and swift response to development challenges and opportunities.
• Guide preparation of organizational giving reports and present to VP of Development, Executive Director, Board Committees and Board of Directors as needed.
• Remain current on fundraising trends in order to communicate, coach team and ensure implementation of fundraising best practices.
• Maintain a positive and strategic presence in the community on behalf of the Regional Food Bank, utilizing strong social and public speaking skills. Serve as a speaker to corporate, civic and religious groups to share the mission of the Regional Food Bank and to deepen engagement at all levels. Actively participate in networking opportunities in the community.
• The Director of Organizational Giving will also perform other duties as assigned.

SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES WILL DEMONSTRATE THE FOLLOWING COMPETENCIES
• Building philanthropic relationships with individuals and organizations, based upon a common vision for, and valuation of, the institution (measured through fundraising donors, dollars, significant gifts).
• Leading and managing staff, including assuring goal congruence, holding staff accountable, providing coaching, and promoting training/professional development.
• Interpersonal effectiveness—demonstrated by having built collaborative, trusting relationships with stakeholders including volunteers, staff and external audiences.
• Communications—effectively communicates mission up, down, and sideways (orally and in writing); actively listens, and understands the effectiveness of attributing credit to partners where possible, all while reflecting a strong presence and command of the issues. Strong proofreading skill set.
• Planning and organizing—thinks and plans logically, and builds partnerships to efficiently and effectively achieve measurable goals.
• Flexibility and experience in building a solid fundraising program involving foundations and corporations, and proven ability to effectively build and inspire a team. 
• Demonstrated success closing major gifts from organizations and a clear understanding of the tactics required to build and manage a prospect pool. 
• Ability to organize and prioritize fundraising activities effectively and to guide staff members in managing their particular responsibilities. 
• A proven manager that promotes teamwork, creativity and open communication. Ability and willingness to participate in events outside the traditional workday schedule (occasional evenings and weekends).
Position Qualifications: EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE: Bachelor’s degree in Communications, Business, Marketing or a related field and seven plus years of development experience in fundraising management, major gifts, corporate support, foundation grants, annual campaigns and direct mail. Prior management experience in fundraising and supervisory experience strongly desired. CFRE a plus. Candidate must have superb written, analytical, presentation and public speaking skills. Specialized training in fundraising highly desired. Good computer skills with database management experience, experience with Raiser’s Edge a plus. The ideal candidate will have a high level of personal integrity, and adapts well to changes, manages competing demands and is able to relate to and build relationships with individuals across a broad spectrum of society. Individual should be familiar with central and western Oklahoma.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: The director oversees a team of gift officers responsible for ongoing corporate and foundation funding programs, such as direct solicitation, proposal submission, sponsorships, and volunteer engagement, and ensures that the people, processes, and technology required to achieve the goals are in place and effective. Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization's policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities include interviewing, hiring and training employees; planning, assigning and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems.

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS: Must maintain any and all professional licensing requirements. Must have valid drivers license. 
Position Requirements: PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS AND PROFESSIONAL REQUIREMENTS
• A deep appreciation for, and an ability to articulate, the mission of the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma.
• Integrity, enthusiasm, perspective, flexibility and a strong work ethic. Is achievement-oriented. Imagines what is possible and persuasively articulates that vision.
• 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; the ability to understand and translate information for intended audiences with clarity, crispness and elegance.
• Effective team leader and team player: has the intellectual depth, maturity, wisdom and collaborative skills to garner the trust and confidence of staff, team, donors, volunteer leaders and other constituents; Excellent interpersonal skills with a demonstrated ability to work well with people at all levels.
• Customer/donor service – demonstrate the ability to respond with a high degree of urgency to the needs and requests of others, internally and externally. Understand the impact of their work on others.
• Maintain positive attitude, constructive, collaborative relationships and demonstrate respect for everyone.
• Ability to present a professional demeanor under a variety of conditions.
• Take the initiative to identify and act on problems and lead by example. Consistently make decisions that resolve problems.

ADDITIONAL REQUIRMENTS:
• Clearance of background investigation and drug screen.
• Must be able to pass physical examination.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORK ENVIRONMENT: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

This position largely works in a typical office setting. There may be extended periods of sitting, standing and/or bending; listening, talking and/or visual concentration; writing and/or computer use. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to sit; use hands to finger, handle, feel, and talk or listen. Specific vision abilities required by this job include ability to adjust focus. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally exposed to outside weather conditions. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate. 

This position also requires travel and may include delivery/pick-up of materials. Required lifting of 50 pounds. 

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.

This document does not create an employment contract, implied or otherwise, other than at “at will” relationship. 
Position Reports to:
Vice President, Development
Hours and Salary:
Mon - Fri
To Apply for this Job: *
please visit www.regionalfoodbank.org to apply for this position which include completing an online application and submitting a cover letter and resume.
Application Deadline: Thursday, April 30, 2015
 Posted:  3/12/2015

Grant Manager 2-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
Grant Manager 2
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * The Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma is seeking a Grant Manager 2 who will research, develop, write and submit proposals and reports to grant-making organizations that award grants aligned with the mission of the Regional Food Bank. This position will especially focus on seeking and applying for funding from government sources or other new sources of grant support. This position will also have a heavy emphasis on researching to identify new opportunities for funding with government and private granting organizations.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: 
• Identify, research and qualify public and private funding opportunities (including government grants) for programs, operations and capital needs of the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma through web research, library and periodical research, submitting letters of inquiry and professional development opportunities. 
• Solicit new and recurring grant requests with government agencies or private and public foundations through a variety of proposals, including letter proposals, full proposals and in-person meetings and presentations.
• Develop a continual and extensive research process to identify new opportunities for grant funding.
• Develop thorough knowledge and continual familiarity with government grant sources, opportunities and agencies for which Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma programs may be a fit.
• Steward new and existing grantmakers through reporting, special events, letters of appreciation and other means of correspondence in collaboration with Food Bank staff and relevant departments.
• Work with program staff to develop programmatic ideas for grant-seeking purposes while maintaining focus on funding priorities of the Food Bank.
• Compile and submit reports to grantmakers on schedule for their reporting deadlines. 
• Maintain and contribute to a detailed calendar of deadlines and other cultivation and stewardship activities; ensure deadlines are communicated and met consistently.
• Prepare tracking, statistical and analysis reports on grant revenue performance.
• Maintain current financial and biographical information and history of funders on a regular basis and document consistently and thoroughly in database.
• Maintain accurate record keeping of donor actions (contact reports, solicitation proposals, stewardship reports) in the donor database in a timely manner.
• Other duties as assigned, including, but not limited to:
• Coordinate and perform tours for individuals and groups
• Participate in various Development presentations and special events outside the Food Bank 
Position Qualifications: EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE: Bachelor’s degree (B.A. or B.S.) from a four-year college or university; and two to five years’ related experience in grant-writing and research preferred. Experience with writing and reporting on government grants highly desired. Writing or other research or government-related experience will be considered. Computer proficiency required. Familiarity with donor databases is a plus.

LANGUAGE SKILLS: Excellent written and oral communication skills. Ability to read, analyze, and interpret general business periodicals, professional journals, and technical procedures. Ability to write reports and business correspondence. Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from leadership staff, program officers, donors, prospective donors, and corporate leaders. Ability to understand, compile, and interpret financial information as it relates to grant budgets or the organizational budget.

MATHEMATICAL SKILLS AND REASONING ABILITY: Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. Ability to compute rate, ratio, and percent and to draw and interpret bar graphs. Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS: Must maintain any and all professional licensing requirements. Must have valid drivers license. 
Position Requirements: PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORK ENVIRONMENT: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job the employee is frequently required to sit; use hands to finger, handle, feel, and talk or listen. Specific vision abilities required by this job include ability to adjust focus. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally exposed to outside weather conditions. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.

PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS AND PROFESSIONAL REQUIREMENTS
• Personable, warm, self-confident, and outgoing manner; 
• Speaks well in phone communication and able to respond to questions with confidence; 
• Writes personable and error-free email and letter communication; 
• Familiar with donor data base basics for entry of contact records and other record changes; 
• Demonstrates a strong donor service attitude; 
• Participates as a team player; 
• Demonstrates tact, patience, and courtesy in communication with donors; 
• Handles tasks independently and is a self-starter; 
• Exhibits organizational skills and time management to follow time schedules, work plans, and meet deadlines; 
• Exhibits a high level of integrity; 
• Follow time schedules and meet deadlines.
• A deep appreciation for, and an ability to articulate, the mission of the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma

ADDITIONAL REQUIRMENTS:
• Clearance of background investigation and drug screen.
• Must be able to pass physical examination.

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 Organizational Giving
Hours and Salary:
Mon - Fri
To Apply for this Job: *
Please visit www.regionalfoodbank.org to complete an online application which will include submitting a cover letter and resume.
Application Deadline: Thursday, April 30, 2015
 Posted:  3/12/2015

Shelter Advocate-Stillwater

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Wings of Hope Family Crisis Services - Stillwater Domestic Violence Services

Name of Job: *
Shelter Advocate
What city will this job be located in? *
Stillwater
Position Description: *

Responsibilities include providing crisis intervention services via the crisis line and face to face with shelter clients. Complete assessments for admission to shelter, provide continual advocacy, support and guidance to residents of the shelter. Be able to work any or some span of a 24 hour shift.

Position Qualifications:

Bachelor’s Degree in social services or related field preferred. Minimum of one year experience working with similar client population group preferred

To Apply for this Job: *

Please apply in person at 3800 N. Washington Stillwater, OK or email resume to info@sdvs.org

 Posted:  3/12/2015

Case Manager--Stillwater

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *

Wings of Hope Family Crisis Services - Stillwater Domestic Violence Services

Name of Job: *
Case Manager
What city will this job be located in? *
Stillwater
Position Description: *

Responsibilities include providing direct services to victims in the following areas: safety, resource referral, crisis intervention, and goal setting. Case manager does assessments for those seeking shelter and provides continual advocacy, support and guidance to shelter residents.

Position Qualifications:

Bachelor’s Degree in social services or related field preferred. Minimum of one year experience working with similar client population group preferred

To Apply for this Job: *

Please apply in person at 3800 N. Washington Stillwater, OK or email resume to info@sdvs.org

Event Data Entry Clerk-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Museum of the Bible
Name of Job: *
Event Data Entry Clerk
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * Data Entry Clerk Job Responsibilities:
Maintains database by entering new and updated donor data and account information.
Data Entry Clerk Job Duties:
• Database entry in EventsAIR and Salesforce software including functioning with proficiency in items such as query, export, import, mail, bat, volunteer, name badges, table assignments, itineraries, admin, travel management and dashboard. 
• Prepares source data for computer entry by compiling and sorting information; establishing entry priorities.
• Processes donor and account source documents by reviewing data for deficiencies; resolving discrepancies by using standard procedures or returning incomplete documents to the Event Database Coordinator for resolution.
• Verifies entered donor and account data by reviewing, correcting, deleting, or reentering data; combining data from both systems when account information is incomplete; purging files to eliminate duplication of data.
• Tests donor and account system changes and upgrades by inputting new data; reviewing output.
• Secures information by completing data base backups.
• Maintains operations by following policies and procedures; reporting needed changes.
• Maintains donor confidence and protects operations by keeping information confidential.
• Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed. 
Position Qualifications:
Data Entry Clerk Skills and Qualifications:
Organization, Typing, Data Entry Skills, Attention to Detail, Confidentiality, Thoroughness, Decision Making, Independence, Analyzing Information , Results Driven, Energy Level
Position Requirements:
Experience and Education Preferences:
Two years of data entry experience is preferred. Bachelor’s degree is preferred while a high school diploma is required.
Position Reports to:
Event Database Coordinator
Hours and Salary:
$15.50/hour
To Apply for this Job: *
Email resume to hr@mBible.org. Please put Event Data Entry Clerk in the subject line.
Application Deadline: Saturday, April 11, 2015
 Posted:  3/12/2015

Director of Development-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Oklahoma Lawyers for Children
Name of Job: *
Director of Development
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: *
OLFC is seeking a Director of Development/Marketing Director who will work under the supervision of the President/CEO to research and apply for grant opportunities, develop and implement fundraising strategies to secure individual and corporate donors in order to secure long and short term fundraising goals.
Position Qualifications:
Bachelor's Degree preferred in Marketing and experience in non-profit development. Proven experience in grant writing and reporting, production of individual and corporate sponsorships and planning giving proposals. Must have experience in event planning, auction procurement and donor follow up. Must have excellent computer skills including Photoshop, Microsoft Office Suite, Wordpress and Greater Giving. Benoven training preferred.
Position Requirements: Oversee all development functions including donor recruitment and donor management, planning giving, annual campaign, gala, luncheon and other events as needed. Secure major gifts from private and corporate donors through research and cultivation of community and corporate relationships. Work under the supervision of the President/CEO to create a marketing/communications plan, write press releases and develop marketing materials for the organization. Research and write grant proposals and be responsible for grant reporting. Work directly with the Board Development Committee to secure fundraising goals. Represent the organization at speaking engagements and promote OLFC programs within the community. Other tasks as determined by the President/CEO. 
Position Reports to:
President/CEO
Hours and Salary:
9:00 - 5:00 M-F and for events
To Apply for this Job: *
Send cover letter, resume, salary requirements and references to TThompson@OLFC.org. 
Only qualified applicants will be contacted.
Application Deadline: Wednesday, April 15, 2015
 Posted:  3/11/2015

Part-time Group Facilitator-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Family Builders
Name of Job: *
Part-time Group Facilitator
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * Under the direction of the Child Abuse Prevention Program Director, the Group Leader/Facilitator provides psycho-educational services to Family Builders’ clients. Services include group facilitation, intake assessments and Parent Child Observations (PCO) sessions.

Duties Include:
 Facilitate group sessions of up to 15 people according to outlines and materials provided.
 Conduct intake assessments when trained
 Record client progress, observations, and/or concerns clearly and concisely after each session.
 Maintain professional ethics including client confidentiality, reporting suspected neglect or abuse, and maintaining appropriate therapist-client boundaries.
 Maintain professional licensure, if applicable. Attend mandatory scheduled quarterly training sessions; 12 hours needed annually for DHS contract providers; and 16 hours if conducting BIP classes
 Utilize staffing for consultation and professional development, participating in team approach to client treatment. 
 Review client records adequately enough to be familiar with relevant issues pertaining to history and risk
 Complete “Group Leader Recommendations” form after the last group session to submit to Program Director.
 Complete Discharge Summary form (if other services are needed), when client has completed all recommended services, and submit to supervisor for signature. Responsible for reviewing court reports in the client record to determine whether client has complied with all recommendations.
 Maintain group/room office space in clean, orderly manner.
 Other duties as assigned by supervisor 
Position Qualifications:
Master’s degree in social work or related field or a Bachelor’s in a behavioral field with minimum 3 years related employment experience. We will also consider candidates under licensure supervision. Knowledge of child abuse/neglect dynamics, child development, domestic violence, and positive parenting skills. 
BILINGUAL SPANISH A PLUS!
Position Requirements:
Excellent computer skills including Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook. Personal Qualities: Willing to appropriately confront clients; pleasant, professional demeanor; ability to interact with persons of diverse backgrounds; team player; willing to assist where and when needed
Position Reports to:
Program Director
Hours and Salary:
15-20 hours/week; $15-$20/hour depending upon education and experience
To Apply for this Job: *
Email resume and cover letter to Gayla Westbrook, Program Director, gwestbrook@familybuildersok.org. No phone calls, please.
Application Deadline: Tuesday, March 31, 2015
 Posted:  3/11/2015

Bookkeeper-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Crossings Christian School
Name of Job: *
Bookkeeper
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * • Accounts Payable
• Purchasing
• Accounts Receivable including billing, payment recording, answering parent’s inquiries
• Posting daily deposits
• General donor acknowledgement letters
• Bank reconciliations /preparation 
• General accounting functions (i.e. maintain petty cash, calculate depreciation on fixed assets)
• Maintain vendor files and information
• Maintain fundraising software
• Maintain credit card account
• Maintain teacher spending accounts and reconcile to various general ledger accounts
• Assisting the Chief Financial Officer
Other Duties As Assigned 
Position Qualifications:
Must have at least 3 years of accounting/bookkeeping experience.
Degree is a plus but not a requirement.
Position Requirements:
Good written and verbal communication skills
Strong Excel skills
Experience with accounting software
Organizational skills and ability to multi-task
Position Reports to:
CFO
Hours and Salary:
Full Time Salaried Position
To Apply for this Job: *
Send cover letter, resume and references to jsmith@crossingsschool.org. No phone calls or walk ins please. We will only consider and contact qualified applicants for the position
Application Deadline: Friday, April 10, 2015
 Posted:  3/11/2015

Licensed Counselor-Stillwater

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Wings of Hope Family Crisis Services
Name of Job: *
Licensed Counselor
What city will this job be located in? *
Stillwater, OK
Position Description: *
Licensed Counselor- to work full time with victims and perpetrators of abuse; supervise staff; oversee programs; coordinate outreach and awareness events; network with local agencies. 

To Apply for this Job: *
You may apply in person at Wings of Hope Family Crisis Services 3800 N. Washington Stillwater, OK 74075 or email resume to info@sdvs.org.
 Posted:  3/11/2015

Director of Immigrant and Refugee Programs-Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
YWCA Tulsa
Name of Job: *
Director of Immigrant and Refugee Programs
What city will this job