Executive Director, Government Affairs and Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC)
Jun 29, 2014 01:37 am |
Under the supervision of the Executive Vice President, responsible for:
Government Affairs Objectives: Through the committee of affiliated agencies, the Executive Director maximizes governmental financial support for programs of the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago and its affiliated agencies; strengthens laws impacting social service delivery, philanthropy and non-profit governance; supports the JCRC’s international and domestic public policy goals; engages elected officials and governmental employees in JUF activities and engages community members in JUF’s public policy work.
Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC) Objectives: Through the umbrella body for 46 Jewish organizations in the Chicago area and the community relations arm of the Jewish United Fund/Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago, educates and mobilizes the community for action on domestic and international – and especially Israel-related – issues and engages the non-Jewish community on that agenda as well; assists Jewish individuals in resolving accommodation-related issues in school, workplace and in public venues, and combatting anti-Semitism.
To apply to this position, please send your resume and cover letter, and any other requirements listed above, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Database Manager for Development and Donor Relations
Jun 29, 2014 01:36 am |
Spertus Institute for Jewish Learning and Leadership
Spertus Institute for Jewish Learning and Leadership seeks a Database Manager for Development and Donor Relations. He or she will be responsible for maintaining and managing the Institute’s donor database and donor files and will be the key staff member in charge of growing online donations. This position reports to the Director of Development, with whom the Database Manager will work closely to analyze fundraising data and research donor patterns in order to maximize donor potential.
The position requires excellent problem-solving, communication, and interpersonal skills, along with patience and a positive, customer-friendly attitude.
Advancing Development and Institutional Efforts
- The staff person in this position is a key member of the development team. He or she will assist in the creation and execution of the overall development plan to ensure financial goals are met.
Data Entry and Management
- Responsible for data entry, gift processing and acknowledgement, and preparation of development-related correspondence and reports.
- Will institute and oversee best practice for data input and maintenance including data entry, donor profiles, duplicate resolution, queries, and reports.
- Assist with analytical development of financial and statistical reports. Conduct donor prospect research.
- Conduct reconciliation between Development and Finance departments.
- Assist in the preparation and execution of all materials related to annual and membership appeals.
- Responsible for implementing multiple direct mail appeals annually.
- Manage online and email appeals.
- Attend and assist with development events.
- Provide excellent customer service, anticipating and exceeding the needs of our supporters.
- Bachelor’s degree and 5+ years of work experience in nonprofit fundraising data management.
- Extensive knowledge of Blackbaud products, especially Raiser’s Edge.
- Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office Applications (Word, Access, Excel).
- Advanced knowledge of SAP Crystal Reports.
- A proven history of problem-solving success and the ability to effectively manage multiple projects.
- Strong customer service skills and the ability to interact with all levels and range of patrons and constituents.
- Ability to maintain confidential and sensitive donor information.
- Energetic support of the mission of Spertus Institute with interest in and understanding of Jewish culture.
Engagement Associate, Israel Initiative
Jun 29, 2014 01:35 am |
Under the supervision of the Associate Vice President, Community Outreach and Engagement, this position is responsible for promotion of Masa Israel in the Chicago metropolitan area, and the engagement of individuals around Israel experiential programs, either as potential participants or program alumni. Also supports work of Community Outreach and Engagement Department in Israel related areas such as Israel Solidarity day and Birthright Israel.
To apply to this position, please send your resume and cover letter, and any other requirements listed above, to email@example.com.
Early Childhood Director
Jun 29, 2014 01:35 am |
Hillel Torah North Suburban Day School
Hillel Torah North Suburban Day School, a Modern Orthodox Jewish Day School in Skokie, IL is seeking a warm, dynamic and innovative Early Childhood Director to join our leadership team beginning July, 2014.
Hillel Torah’s philosophy of Early Childhood Education offers an interactive, experiential, child-centered, developmentally-appropriate, nurturing and stimulating environment that values and supports individual talents and abilities of each child.
The Early Childhood Director will be responsible for all aspects of our Pre-Nursery, Nursery and Kindergarten, with over 100 students ages 3-6 and 15 staff members. Specific responsibilities include:
-Daily hands-on leadership and support of teachers
-Curriculum development and implementation (Judaic and General Studies)
-Knowing children personally and monitoring individual progress
-Working closely with Director of Admissions on recruitment and admissions
-Working closely with families to support children’s needs
Coordinating special programs and events
-Hiring, supervising and providing professional development for staff
The ideal candidate will be:
-An effective communicator with teachers, parents and students
-Forward thinking and well-versed in current educational theories and early childhood curricula
-Successful at building strong, mutually respectful relationships
-Warm and nurturing
-Masters degree in Early Childhood Education, Educational Leadership or related field
-5+ years demonstrated leadership and supervisory experience in Early Childhood preferred
-Proven success in early childhood general education and common core
-Experience implementing Judaic and Ivrit curricula in early childhood
Salary and benefits commensurate with education and experience. For more information about Hillel Torah, visit our website www.hilleltorah.org.
After Care Program Educator
Jun 29, 2014 01:34 am |
Solomon Schechter Early Childhood Center
Solomon Schechter Early Childhood Center in Skokie, Illinois is seeking to hire an experienced and enthusiastic educator for the ECC’s After Care Program. The ECC provides a warm and nurturing environment for children ages 2-5. The faculty and staff are collaborative and exceptional in all areas of child care. Our prestigious program offers an enriching After Care Program for young children from 3:00-6:00 pm daily. Our PreK Center is staffed by teachers who possess a strong sense of professionalism along with strong credentials in lesson planning and curriculum development based on what is best practice for young children.
Please note: The ECC closes at 2:00 pm in observance of Shabbat during the winter months beginning in November and ending in March. Since the After Care Program is not provided to ECC families in the winter, the position is only Monday-Thursday during those months. Depending upon availability, the Friday hours may be worked in another early childhood capacity earlier in the day.
The best candidate for this position will have earned an undergraduate degree or graduate degree in Early Childhood Education. Experience in the early childhood setting will be helpful along with certification. The candidate should be a responsible educator with skills for supervising and guiding, and caring for young children.
Please send cover letter and resume to Irene Sufrin at firstname.lastname@example.org
Chicago Outreach Director
Jun 29, 2014 01:34 am |
Moving Traditions (www.movingtraditions.org)
Moving Traditions (www.movingtraditions.org) seeks a dynamic Chicago Outreach Director to help revolutionize teen engagement in the Greater Chicago area. Moving Traditions advocates for a more expansive view of gender in Jewish learning and practice by connecting the real-life concerns of middle and high school students to Jewish values through our programs Rosh Hodesh: It’s a Girl Thing! and Shevet Achim: The Brotherhood. The Moving Traditions Chicago Outreach Director will engage community and funding partners to build support for our vision of communal change. S/he will report to the Director of Development and Communications, work closely with the National Program Director, and will partner with the Chicago Program Director. This part-time position, based in greater Chicago, has competitive pay with the opportunity to grow.
1. Lead Moving Traditions’ outreach and development efforts in greater Chicago, stewarding relationships with individuals and institutions, identifying prospects, and meeting annual friend- and fund-raising goals set with the Director of Development and Communications.
2. Build network of major donors to support our ongoing work in the Chicago area.
3. Cultivate a community of stakeholders to support and understand the work of Moving Traditions.
4. Build relationships with parents in order to further development and program goals.
5. Represent Moving Traditions at conferences, workshops and networking venues.
6. Maintain the Salesforce database to track, report on, and manage all aspects of work.
7. Develop relationships with local media outlets; write for local media, synagogue newsletters and other outlets to promote Moving Traditions’ work.
8. Develop profiles of Moving Traditions’ group leaders, institutional partners, and participants that can be used for educational purposes.
The Moving Traditions Chicago Outreach Director will demonstrate each of the following:
• Embrace Moving Traditions’ mission
• Experience in fundraising and networking
• Strong interpersonal communications and relationship building skills
• Ability to work independently and at a fast pace – as well as to collaborate and partner
• Sound judgment in setting, reviewing, and confirming priorities
• Capacity to take initiative on projects, with excellent planning, problem solving, and follow-through
• Understanding of gender and gender issues
• Knowledge of Jewish life and a strong Jewish network
• Record of building and sustaining professional relationships
• Previous experience with Moving Traditions’ programs is a plus
Moving Traditions inspires people to engage more deeply with Judaism by championing an approach to Jewish life that focuses on gender and character development. We work to build a Jewish community that supports spiritual, intellectual, and moral growth through research and curriculum development, professional training, and partnerships with national and local organizations. Our single-gender programs, Rosh Hodesh: It’s a Girl Thing! and Shevet Achim: The Brotherhood draw on Jewish values to help teens explore what it means to come of age as women and men. As a result, teens develop resilience, make healthy choices and find meaning in Jewish life. Moving Traditions has been chosen for the eighth year as “one of the 50 most innovative Jewish organizations” by Slingshot ’13-’14.
This position offers great flexibility. Compensation is competitive. Please email cover letter and resume to: Robin Cohen, Director of Finance and Operations, at email@example.com
Jun 29, 2014 01:33 am |
Jewish Education Leadership Institute
A Chicagoland synagogue-based organization is seeking a talented and experienced Baal Tefillah who has experience in choral direction to coordinate youth group acapella singing that will encourage and energize communal singing during Shul Davening.
Send resume and detailed salary history to JewishEducate613@aol.com.
Human Resources Administrator
Jun 29, 2014 01:32 am |
North Shore Senior Center
North Shore Senior Center offers a variety of programs and services to support Older Adults and their families. These include: Education programs, e.g. art, computer, literature, concerts, clubs, volunteer opportunities, social services to assist with entitlement programs, case management to assist with locating community resources, adult day service for those with memory loss or dementia, and programs to support family members.
We offer a warm, supportive and professional environment where individuals are encouraged to contribute their ideas and skills to further our mission and their own development. Our future calls for vast changes to our infrastructure. We are looking for a dedicated individual who enjoys supporting a wide variety of employees and thrives in a fast-paced changing environment. We encourage you to visit our website and view the online videos to gain a better understanding of who we are.
The responsibilities are varied and include the following:
- Recordkeeping and data maintenance both paper and electronic
- Recruiting, selection & onboarding
- Benefits Administration including compliance and disclosure
- Employment verifications, reference and background checks
- FMLA administration
- Activity Tracking
- Providing information and answer questions for employees
- Completing salary, benefit and other industry surveys
- Compiling data and preparing reports
If you are interested in this position, please send your salary expectations or minimum hourly rate along with your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org – No phone calls please
Jun 29, 2014 01:32 am |
The Staff Accountant’s basic function is to support the Finance Department with routine duties and non-routine duties with emphasis on general ledger management, all major account reconciliations, journal entry postings, financial reporting, account analysis and reconciliations as well as special projects.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (Included but not limited to the following);
Compiles and analyzes financial information to prepare entries to accounts, such as general ledger accounts, documenting business transactions.
Prepares and maintains the General Ledger; conducts journal entries and G/L account reconciliation and related work papers.
Performs monthly reconciliation of company bank accounts.
Responsible for general accounting and patient service accounting.
Prepares cash flow worksheet and account analyses as required.
Maintains accounting internal controls, as well as cost-effective control over the purchasing of supplies assuring uniform and correct internal reporting.
Prepares for and assists with year end audit procedures.
Assists in maintaining, processing, and reconciling payroll and accounts payable activities for the organization.
Assists in preparing and conducting bank deposits on a weekly basis.
Reviews, investigates, and corrects errors and inconsistencies in financial entries, documents, and reports.
Collects and reviews appropriate data for federal, state, and local reports and tax returns to ensure timely filing.
Performs and completes special projects as assigned by the CEO and Accounting Manager.
Qualified candidates should forward a resume, cover letter and salary expectations to email@example.com. EOE
Donor Engagement Manager
Jun 29, 2014 01:31 am |
Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Reporting to the Director of Donor Engagement, the Donor Engagement Manager is responsible for working collaboratively with the Director, Development Office leadership, volunteer leadership and volunteers, and staff across the CSOA to ensure a consistent and proactive approach to donor engagement and recognition of trustees, individual donors who make gifts at specific levels, and all volunteers.
PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
1. Manage day to day budgets, planning and implementation of donor engagement strategies for the League of the CSOA, including activities such as Youth Auditions, Fall in Love with Music luncheon, Jazz fundraising event, Wendella Cruise and the Annual Fund.
2. CSOA staff liaison to the League and League leadership, including participating in League Executive Committee and Quarterly meetings.
3. Manage day to day planning and implementation of the Corporate Night fundraising event, including event budget management, event logistics and print materials. Work closely with Corporate Development staff. Manage volunteer engagement of the League Corporate Night committee.
4. Manage day to day planning and implementation of donor engagement strategies for individual donors who make annual gifts in support of the Civic Orchestra of Chicago and the Theodore Thomas Society (TTS), including execution of recognition activities and programs. Work in partnership with colleagues who manage Civic donors and TTS donors to ensure most effective recognition strategies.
5. Develop and manage program budgets, for the above mentioned, in order to accomplish the department’s goals and objectives.
6. Manage all marketing and promotions for The Thomas Club. Partner with Director of Development Operations, Analytics and Donor Strategy with regards to The Thomas Club issues and services.
7. Other duties as assigned by the Vice President for Development and the Director of Donor Engagement.
HOW TO APPLY
Please submit your cover letter, resume, and salary history using one of the following methods:
Send as a Word or PDF attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org
Chicago Symphony Orchestra Association
Human Resources Department
220 S. Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL 60604-2508
All resumes are acknowledged with postcard or email upon receipt. No phone calls, please. The Chicago Symphony Orchestra is an Equal Opportunity Employer and values and encourages a diverse workforce.
Relationship Manager on Duty
Jun 29, 2014 01:31 am |
The McGaw YMCA in Evanston, Illinois is recruiting for a Relationship Manager on Duty. Under the direction of the Senior Member Relationship Director the relationship manager on duty will engage members, be able to answer frequent questions, know the key facts about our facilities, programs and policies. The Manager on Duty will be visible and provide support for members, program participants, and staff. He/She will ensure that the facility runs smoothly during evening and weekend hours. The Safety, Support, and Satisfaction of our members/guests/staff are this positions’ highest priority.
Assistant Store Manager
Jun 29, 2014 01:30 am |
MorningStar Mission Ministries, Inc.
MorningStar Mission Ministries
Assistant Store Manager
1. Assist store manager in all aspects of the thrift store operations.
1. Assist in the opening and closing of the store at the proper times.
2. Assist with recording and processing of daily bank deposits, audit register tapes, and incoming money.
3. Supervise all employees in the absence of the store manager, and help in training personnel.
4. Work with inventory, hanging, tagging, pricing, displays, rearranging to its best advantage.
5. Assist with cleaning and maintenance of work areas and sales space.
1. Work with the entire mission staff as a team member.
2. Incorporate the philosophy of MorningStar Mission in every aspect of the store, customer service, employee moral, and program training.
3. Fill in any position as required.
4. Related duties as assigned.
Reports to: Thrift Store Manager
Director of Special Events
Jun 29, 2014 01:29 am |
Arthritis Foundation, Heartland Region
POSITION SCOPE: The Director of Special Events will be responsible for generating income through special event fundraising initiatives in the Central Illinois market, including the metro areas of Peoria, Bloomington/Normal, Champaign and Springfield.
RELATIONSHIPS AND CONTACTS:
Within the Arthritis Foundation: Works with Area Vice President and volunteer teams to achieve fundraising goals. Recruits and trains volunteer committees for each fundraising campaign and for other volunteer leadership roles.
Outside the Arthritis Foundation: Cultivates contacts and relationships outside the Arthritis Foundation in order to achieve campaign development goals. This may include sponsors, vendors, major donors, key business executives, civic representatives, and professional leaders.
- Conducting sales calls to corporations and organizations to generate new business and manage existing relationships.
- Goal setting with corporations, teams, and individuals to raise money.
- Working with volunteers to achieve fundraising goals within company accounts and as part of event leadership.
- Develop effective working relationships with volunteers, sponsors & key corporate & community leaders.
- Recruit, manage and motivate volunteers to recruit event participants to raise money.
- Perform other duties as assigned.
To apply, please send resume to email@example.com. Please include in subject line “Director of Special Events – Peoria.” No phone calls will be accepted.
Jun 29, 2014 01:29 am |
Michigan Avenue Immediate Care
Please note: We are a for-profit company.
MEDICAL ASSISTANT, FULL-TIME. Will Train. We offer both immediate and primary care services in our very fast-paced clinic, and are in need of an intelligent, sensitive, self-motivated and flexible individual for both administrative and clinical responsibilities. We will train the right candidate if he/she possesses exceptional communication abilities, an aptitude for acquiring new skills, outstanding problem-solving abilities and, most importantly, a strong commitment to the clinical side of our growing medical practice. Clinical training includes history-taking, pulmonary function testing, EKG, phlebotomy, Etc. Extremely busy phone coverage is another important component of the position. Must be able to work evenings and Saturdays. 2 YEAR (FULL-TIME) MINIMUM AVAILABILITY REQUIRED. The only absolute prerequisite is a desire to continually strive to learn and improve. Spanish-speaking capability is ideal but not required. Bachelor’s degree preferred. Join our talented, fun and hardworking group. You can visit our website atwww.michiganavenueimmediatecare.org
Respond with detailed cover letter and resume to:
MAIC Medical Director
Michigan Avenue Immediate Care
180 N Michigan Ave, Suite 1605
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Or fax to Attention: MAIC Medical Director at (312) 553-1426
Jun 29, 2014 01:25 am |
The Chicago Bar Foundation
The Development Manager for The Chicago Bar Foundation (CBF) is responsible for the coordination and management of a comprehensive development plan for the CBF. The Development Manager will closely work with the CBF Board, the CBF Executive Director and other CBF staff to further the CBF’s resource development goals outlined in the CBF’s Strategic Goals and Directions, with a special emphasis on advancing the CBF’s Business Plan. The Development Manager is appointed by and reports to the CBF’s Executive Director.
The CBF, a nonprofit organization, offers a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package. The CBF is an equal opportunity employer. The starting salary range for the Development Manager position is $60,000 to $70,000, depending on experience.
In general, the Development Manager’s duties include the following:
Manage Overall Development Plan
• Manage and coordinate the implementation of the CBF annual development plan
• Work with CBF Executive Director, CBF Board, Young Professionals Board (YPB), CBF staff and other CBF volunteers to strategically and actively involve each of these stakeholder groups in the CBF’s development efforts
• Serve as primary staff for the CBF Development Committee and work with that committee to actively engage members of the CBF Board and YPB in the CBF’s development efforts
• Coordinate CBF development efforts with CBF’s budding efforts to engage individuals in a new, yet to be named Fall Drive aimed at engaging CBF stakeholders to use their “time, money and influence” to advance the CBF mission
CBF Lincoln Circle, Life Fellows & Individual Giving Programs
• Continue to develop and implement strategies to expand the CBF’s primary individual donor programs: the Lincoln Circle of Justice and the CBF Life Fellows
o Work with CBF Board, YPB, Executive Director and development staff to research, identify and cultivate viable individual donor prospects
o Coordinate engagement and solicitation meetings between CBF Board members and the Executive Director and donors/prospective donors
o Manage and personally engage in ongoing stewardship efforts with members through phone calls, visits or other appropriate communications
• Develop and implement strategies to encourage other individual giving options
o Annual Fall Drive for CBA members and CBA Dues Check Off
o Year-End Appeal, including gifts of appreciated securities
o Tribute Gifts
Law Firm and Corporate Giving
• Expand the commitment and support of current and prospective law firms, corporations and other law-related business partners
o Coordinate efforts to expand the CBF’s new Cornerstone sponsorship program and other a la carte event sponsorship options
o Assist CBF Executive Director and Director of Pro Bono & Court Advocacy in managing and coordinating the work of the CBF Leadership Circles
o Work with CBF Executive Director, other CBF staff and board and volunteer leadership to ensure that CBF outreach to firms, companies and organizations is properly coordinated
Investing in Justice Campaign
• Manage the overall execution of the CBF’s annual Spring fundraising campaign for the CBF’s grants program
o Work with CBF Executive Director and Campaign leadership on the planning and execution of the Campaign
o Serve as staff liaison to Campaign Chair and their internal team
o Work with Campaign volunteer leadership to ensure the effective recruitment and retention of Campaign participants and leadership team members
o Coordinate with other CBF staff to ensure the timely creation of all Campaign-related communications and donor acknowledgements
o Work with CBF Executive Director and Associate Director to ensure that the CBF’s grantee organizations and other stakeholders are adequately informed about and, when appropriate, actively engaged in the Campaign each year
• Coordinate with CBF Executive Director and Manager of Marketing & Communications on year-round Campaign leadership and donor communications plan
Additional CBF Development Activities
• Special Events
o Work with Executive Director, CBF Development and Events Coordinator and CBF volunteer leaders on coordinated recruitment of law firm and corporate sponsors for events
o Develop and implement strategies to increase donor engagement and to provide meaningful value and connection to law firm and corporate supporters through each of the CBF’s special events.
• Planned Giving & Major Gifts
o Work with CBF Executive Director, Development and Planned Giving Committees to increase programs aimed at identification, engagement and solicitation of planned and major gifts
o Coordinate with the Executive Director and CBF Manager of Marketing & Communications on effective and targeted communications aimed at this particular group of supporters
• Regularly report to CBF Executive Director on status of all donor prospects and ongoing activities
Donor Relationship Management
• Maintain and update all development-related sections of the CBF website
• Utilize CBF database to ensure maintenance of accurate records regarding individual and institutional donors, sponsors and prospects
• Ensure that all individual donations are promptly acknowledged and that donors feel continuously recognized and appreciated
• Work with Executive Director, Board and other CBF staff and volunteers to identify prospects and maintain prospect information in database
• Working with Manager of Finance & Operations, track multi-year pledges and appropriate follow-up communications to ensure payment
• Work with CBF Manager of Finance & Operations, other staff and database consultants to maximize use of CBF database as an efficient and effective resource for CBF’s development activities
• Collaborate with the CBF’s Program Manager to engage CBF Young Professionals Board in CBF development activities
• Attend major legal and philanthropic community events to help build awareness of CBF and develop donor relationships
• Participate in Donors Forum of Chicago and other philanthropic initiatives
• Maintain awareness of CBF projects, latest news in legal community, and issues affecting the CBF mission
The Chicago Bar Foundation is an equal opportunity employer. To apply for the Development Manager position, please send resume and cover letter by July 12, 2014 to:firstname.lastname@example.org (Development Manager Search, The Chicago Bar Foundation, 321 S. Plymouth Court, Suite 3B, Chicago, IL 60604). No phone calls please.
Director of Finance and Operations
Jun 29, 2014 01:24 am |
Wellness House, located 131 N. County Line Road, in Hinsdale, envisions a community where all people affected by cancer thrive. Offered at no cost, and as a complement to medical treatment, our programs educate, support and empower participants so they will improve their physical and emotional well-being. Wellness House is expanding its staff and embarking on a new initiative to build its operational capacity. It seeks a full-time Director of Finance and Operations to join its staff team.
Position: Director of Finance and Operations
Supervised By: Executive Director
Supervises: Manager of HR and Volunteers, Officer Manager, Finance intern,
IT and payroll companies, and facilities contractors
Status: Full Time
• The Director of Finance and Operations is a member of the management team and is responsible for maintaining the financial health and the smooth administration, HR, and facilities operations of Wellness House (WH). This role oversees the financial control environment of WH and develops appropriate policies and procedures to minimize risk and safeguard the assets. The position leads the department responsible for the maintenance of 15,000 sq. foot facility, the technology infrastructure, the human resource function, and the management of volunteers at Wellness House.
Financial Management (30%)
• Identify all risks related to organization and make recommendations for management of risk to Executive Director and Board of Directors
• Develop the annual operating budget and consult with department budget managers on the fiscal aspects of program planning, salary recommendations, and other administrative actions. Analyze and review the multiple department budgets and expenditures
• Obtain and maintain a thorough understanding of the financial reporting and general ledger structure
• Manage cash flow: prepare cash flow reports and communicate status to management regularly
• Ensure the periodic review of salary ranges for all positions and make range recommendations to the board for salary and benefit package changes that are financially sustainable and competitive
• Provide management with timely reviews of the financial status and progress in its various programs and activities. Ensure expenditure control
• Prepare reports which summarize and forecast activity and financial position in areas of income and expenses based on past, present, and expected operations. Present to staff and Board
• Make approval or rejection recommendations of vendors, contracts, lines of credit
• Provide supervision to all operations staff members and vendors, ensuring all finance, HR, facilities, IT, and administrative tasks are completed
• Maintain knowledge of all WH’s programs
• Create or change, implement, and enforce accounting policies and procedures as required to maintain the financial health of the organization
• Monitor and review accounting and related system reports for accuracy and completeness
• Prepare monthly closing reports
• Compile and prepare entries to accounts, such as general ledger accounts, and document business transactions
• Maintain relationships with banks. Ensure proper bank record keeping, board and staff member signatures, and resolutions needed for bank accounts
• Establish, maintain, and coordinate the implementation of accounting and accounting control procedures
• Ensure an accurate and timely monthly, quarterly and year end close
• Supervise the input and handling of financial data and reports
• Explain billing invoices and accounting policies to staff, vendors and clients
• Provide all accounting and financial support for the Wellness House Foundation (WHF)
• Facilitate the coordination of all Finance Committee and WHF meetings and implement all decisions into daily operations
• Provide all finance support for the Courtyard including statutory reports, reconciliation of sales activity and management reporting.
• Assess all internal control issues and present recommendations to Executive Director and Finance Committee
• Ensure monthly allocations, reconciliations with development department , and journal entries are made
• Ensure bank reconciliations are approved
• Produce a balance sheet
• Prepare year-end financial reports and audit schedules for CPA-Auditors for WH and WHF
• Interact with other internal and external auditors in completing audits
• Ensure that bookkeeping tasks (AR and AP) are completed by the office manager in a timely and accurate manner
• Oversee the relationship with the payroll vendor and ensures the quality of their work
Operations Management (40%)
• Initiate new ideas for systems that could increase efficiencies and enhance the use of technology for the staff and entire WH
• Research and recommend continual improvement to the organization’s data bases, computer software systems, and filing systems. Serve as lead staff, (or direct a subordinate) to facilitate technology and database coordination and integration
• Manage the coordination of phone and internet services and vendors for the organization, ensuring the smooth integration of these technologies
• Administer health and retirement benefit programs and make recommendations for changes
• Supervise the work of the HR and Volunteer Manager to ensure that the HR function of the organization is following acceptable principles, IL labor laws, and sound nonprofit management principles and that legal requirements are followed
• Review and renew insurance policies (liability, property, Directors and Officers, etc.)
• Review, recommend, and implement improvements for organizational-wide work flow, processes, and procedures
• Conduct other administrative or financial projects as directed by the Executive Director
• Oversee the Office Manager who is responsible for day-to-day facilities management
• Approve requests for facilities repairs. Oversee any capital improvement projects
• Review and renew building maintenance contracts, keeping abreast of contract requirements
• Keep abreast of the various inspections and licensing requirements needed (fire department, etc.). Ensure that forms are filed, fees paid, and inspections occur
• Protects WH’s value by keeping information confidential
• Updates job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities; reading professional publications; maintaining personal networks; participating in professional organizations
• Performs other duties as assigned
Attendance at Meetings Required
• All Staff meetings (monthly)
• Departmental team meetings (semi-monthly)
• Management team meeting
Attendance at Events Required
• Annual Walk-a-thon (a work assignment will be given)
• 2-3 program events annually (usually an evening or Saturday. A work assignment will be given)
• Compensation is mid-$70s to mid-$80s based on qualifications. Excellent compensation package; 100% employer-paid health insurance, dental, and life; 403B available with employer-paid matching contribution; three weeks paid vacation, ten sick and two personal days the first year of employment; and opportunities for paid professional development
• Pleasant work environment includes free parking and easy access to Metra station
• Position requires frequent and regular computer and phone use and employee is regularly required to use hands and talk and hear. Position requires occasional ability to lift 30 pounds. The employee is frequently required to stand; walk; sit; reach with hands and arms balance, stoop, kneel or crouch
• Occasional travel to off-sites locations required, car helpful
• Some weekend and evening work required
• Submit cover letter, resume, salary history, and salary requirements to email@example.com by July 31, 2014. Faxed, mailed, or incomplete applications will not be accepted. Please type “your last name, your first name” in the Re: line of your email submission. No phone calls please.
Director of Communications
Jun 29, 2014 01:24 am |
Forest Preserves of Cook County
FOREST PRESERVES OF COUNTY OF COOK
Forest Preserve District
Office of Personnel Job Code: 2513
536 N. Harlem Salary Grade: 23
River Forest, Illinois 60305 Department: General Office
STANDARD JOB DESCRIPTION
DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS
Under the direction of the General Superintendent, supervises, directs and disseminates information to various
news media regarding the Forest Preserve District’s activities. The Director is responsible for strategic
communications planning and the development and implementation of programs to promote public awareness.
Acts as a liaison for the General Superintendent and the Cook County Board President at public and other
sponsored events. Serves as spokesperson for the FPD. Works closely with other FPD Departments on various
programs and projects.
Serves as spokesperson for FPD. Issues press releases, public service announcements and media advisories to
inform the news media and general public of FPD news, activities, programs, initiatives and services. Manages
press conferences, photo-ops and news events. Creates and implements strategic communications plans.
Provides leadership and strategic guidance to General Superintendent and senior staff. Attends departmental and
senior staff meetings.
Attends and photographs FPD special events and provides information and materials to the news media,
Maintains a general archive.
Drafts talking points, speeches, and power point presentations for the General Superintendent and County Board
President on FPD issues and current events. Manages and responds to all reactive press calls and FPD media
Organizes and implements pro-active media strategy to generate interest and public support for the FPD
programs. Pitches ideas and stories to community, local, and national media outlets and reporters. Facilitates,
schedules, and organizes interviews, profiles and speaking engagements for the General Superintendent and other
senior staff. Positions, brands and promotes the FPD’s leadership team, conservation experts, and research, by
FPD staff. Increases overall visibility of FPD and its programs.
Attends meetings, conferences and working groups on a range of issues that affect the District. Coordinates with
organizations and coalitions such as volunteer and advocacy groups, partners such as the Brookfield Zoo and
Botanic Garden, government agencies and regional forest preserves.
Attends FPD board meetings; Disseminates and posts on FPD website information on Cook County Board
Meetings, such as board agendas, committee hearings, and locations and times.
Coordinates with Director of Special Events on promoting public awareness of selected events by writing letters,
press releases, memos, and web content. Advises on planning and execution of special events. Coordinates Cook
County cable crew filming of District activities and attends filmed events to create a video archive of FPD activities. Serves as FPD web-site editor. Oversees and coordinates social networking channels, such as the District’s Facebook, Twitter and YouTube accounts.
Serves as a panel member on disciplinary matters and makes recommendations as required.
Forms and supports internal committees and working groups on various topics and issues.
Upon request serves as a media aide to the President of the County Board to handle media inquiries as they are addressed.
Ensure consistency of FPD’s messages and strategic communications goals.
Monitors and archives news, press clips, and information about the FPD. Follows, evaluates, and distributes developments and trends from conservation, government and public relations fields.
Bachelor’s degree or higher in Communications, Public Relations or related area.
Eight (8) years or more full-time work experience in areas related to the above, or, an equivalent combination of education, training and experience.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Working knowledge and a good understanding of the public relations field.
Ability to operate and utilize computer software programs, such as but not limited to WordPerfect, Microsoft and the Internet, as well as basic website and social networking tools.
Knowledge in the operations of the Forest Preserve District of Cook County.
Ability to prepare highly important press releases.
Excellent skill in communicating both verbally and in writing. Skill in writing and making public speeches and/or statements, use of support photographs and promotional devices
representing the FPD to all media outlets.
Ability to maintain a positive, effective working relationships with media agencies as well as employees and departments throughout the FPD.
Ability to maintain confidentiality of potential controversial topics.
Ability to work 24/7 call duty, weekends and irregular work hours.
Basic photography skills.
The duties listed are not set forth for purposes of limiting the assignment of work. They are not to be construed as a complete list of the many duties normally to be performed under a job title or those to be performed temporarily outside an employee’s normal line of work.
To apply for this position please email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org : attention Michelle Gage- Director of Human Resources.
Jun 29, 2014 01:22 am |
Glenkirk, a nonprofit social service agency located in Chicago’s north and west suburbs is looking for a highly motivated, orgainized and compassionate individual to fill the role of Program Driector.
The Program Director oversees the management of 4 residential homes providing exceptional services to adults with intellectual and development disabilities. Duties include effectively managing individual’s caseloads, supervising Direct Support staff, coordinating Individual Service Plans, communications with guardians, and ensuring compliance with applicable State agencies
Glenkirk provides competitive salary and benefit packages. EOE .
Qualified applicants are encouraged to email a cover letter and resume to email@example.com.
Jun 29, 2014 01:22 am |
To assess patient for appropriate level of care.
§ Complete assessment screens to determine eligibility for full substance abuse assessment.
§ Complete substance abuse assessments on patients.
§ Place patients in appropriate ASAM level of care.
§ Schedule patient for assessment review date, when necessary.
§ Keep patient Services Representative informed of patient’s progress/contact while on waiting list. (i.e. daily calls and group attendance).
§ Triage with other professionals to ensure comprehensive quality care for the patient.
§ Work with admissions counselor to schedule patient’s admission.
§ Coordinate patient’s attendance to pre-treatment groups.
§ Other duties as required for effective team work or as assigned by Supervisor.
Fax resumes to: 312.226.1501
Vice President, Research and Evaluation
Jun 29, 2014 01:21 am |
National Association of Charter School Authorizers
The Vice President, Research and Evaluation will lead and manage all research and evaluation functions at the National Association of Charter School Authorizers (NACSA). This leader will deepen NACSA’s knowledge of quality authorizing practices and policies by framing and managing a research agenda that examines effective authorizing based on both quantitative and qualitative analysis.
Founded in 2000, NACSA is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit and the leading organization dedicated to improving public education through excellence in charter school authorizing. NACSA works to strengthen the people, policies and practices of authorizers – the organizations designated to approve, monitor, renew and, if necessary, close charter schools. NACSA provides training, professional development, practical resources, consulting and policy guidance to authorizers. It also advocates for laws and policies that raise the bar for excellence among authorizers and the schools they charter. Above all, NACSA is committed to advancing excellence and accountability in the charter sector and to increasing the number of high-quality charter schools across the nation.
In November 2012 NACSA launched its five-year One Million Lives campaign, dedicated to providing one million more children the chance to attend a great school that will prepare them for success throughout their lives. The campaign recognizes that simply increasing the overall number of charter schools is not the answer. By engaging authorizers and a broad coalition to close failing charter schools and open many more good ones, we can get one million more children into 3,000 high-performing schools within five years.
Role and Major Responsibilities
The Vice President, Research and Evaluation will:
• Set vision and direction for the organization’s research activities;
• Manage the development of an evidence-based research agenda to collect and analyze information on authorizer policies and practices and the relationships between authorizers, school performance and student outcomes;
• Commission research and coordinate with independent researchers;
• Oversee data collection;
• Plan and report on research projects and grants;
• Assess progress toward NACSA’s One Million Lives campaign;
• Serve as a key resource and information provider to other divisions within the organization;
• Build and manage a dynamic team around the concept of strengths-based management in order to achieve priorities and goals; and
• Work closely and collaboratively with NACSA colleagues and partners to communicate NACSA’s overall mission and vision.
S/he will report to the President & CEO.
The review of candidates will begin on July 14, 2014 and continue on a rolling basis until the position is filled. Applications should consist of a current resume and cover letter tailored to this specific position and be submitted firstname.lastname@example.org.
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