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The Center is seeking a Director of Major Gifts responsible for all fundraising from major gifts and annual giving. This individual will manage the major gift program with a focus on growing and cultivating The Center's pipeline of major donors. The expectation is this individual is a representative of The Center, frequently out of the office, meeting with current and potential donors. This individual will create, manage, implement and regularly evaluate the major donor and annual giving budget goals. The Director of Major Gifts also provides guidance to the membership and direct mail programs, and works in close collaboration with the Chief Development Officer and Deputy Director of Development on overall department initiatives.
In addition, the Director of Major Gifts will:
Represent The Center to donors and potential donors at all levels of giving and solicit gifts to support The Center's programs.
Develop, in conjunction with the Chief Development Officer, annual budgets for major gifts.
Lead solicitation strategy for key prospects and internal planning efforts while building a team of major gift solicitors, including staff and board.
Track and be responsible for reconciliation for all major donor gifts (in conjunction with the finance department).
Support the Executive Director and members of the Board with major donor related planning and activities; report status of major donor and annual giving/membership to Board as required.
Coordinate and facilitate meetings involving board members and other volunteers with donors and potential donors.
In conjunction with the Chief Development Officer and Director of Special Events, develop and implement strategic planning for the acquisition of new (and renewal of) donors through events.
Manage an effective program for recognition, engagement and stewardship of major donors.
Manage and enhance the prospect tracking system for individual donors to The Center, including new donor identification, as well as the renewal and upgrading of existing donors.
Consistently monitor progress to goals and communicate these to the Chief Development Officer.
Develop, in conjunction with Chief Development Officer, annual budgets and plans for major gifts, annual giving and membership goals.
Manage, mentor and evaluate the Annual Giving & Membership Coordinator and Major Gifts Coordinator.
Keep current on Center initiatives by engaging appropriate program staff.
Responsible for overseeing the tracking all individual donors in Raiser's Edge.
Serve as the voice for the annual fund and work closely with the Chief Development Officer and the development and communications team to brand the annual fund in a way that captures attention and motivates financial participation.
Possess a minimum of five years' experience working in a fast-paced fundraising/ development environment, preferably with at least two years in a position of management.
Prior experience successfully managing a donor portfolio and exceeding fundraising goals.
Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to interact with a wide range of personalities including staff, volunteers and members of the public.
Experience with major gift funding priorities is preferred, with a specific understanding of major gift marketing opportunities and budget planning for major gifts.
Strong network within the LGBT funding community desired.
Ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously and to set and stick to priorities.
Computer proficiency with Microsoft Office and fundraising database management programs, such as Raiser's Edge.
Bachelor's Degree preferred.
A strong commitment to the mission of The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Community Center.
How to apply
Please carefully review the position description and requirements as outlined in the position announcements above. Applicants must demonstrate the appropriate experience and background as described within the position announcement.
All submissions must include a cover letter stating the position of interest and salary requirements, with an accompanying resume. Incomplete submissions or those not stating a salary requirement may not be considered. Duplicate submissions are not necessary.
Materials may be submitted by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. For mail or fax, send to:
The Center Human Resources
208 West 13th Street
New York, NY 10011
The Center is proud to be an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
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What we’re looking for:
We are looking for a true marketing visionary to fuel our next chapter of growth. We need a creative brand builder, a deep strategic thinker, and an inspirational individual with a proven track record of success. This individual will lead our Marketing team as we enter the next phase of our business.
The Vice President of Marketing will be a key member of our leadership team and report directly to our co-CEOs. This individual will be taking our already strong brand to new heights and collaborating with brilliant people across departments while building a dream team of their own. This opportunity is for someone who likes big challenges and big responsibilities and has deep experience to hit the ground running.
The Vice President of Marketing will:
• Plan, lead, and execute all marketing activities, specifically: acquisition of new clients, retention of current clients, and bringing new products to market.
• Engage clients at every level, building engagement platforms and mechanisms that drive exceptional acquisition and retention for our products.
• Identify the most promising online and offline acquisition channels and programs to find and attract our clients.
• Play a key role in bringing new products to market, formulating strategies that gain awareness and traction in the marketplace.
• Create and execute integrated marketing strategies to accelerate the growth of SiteCompli.
• Support sales to drive new revenue and build continued brand awareness.
Our Ideal Candidate:
• Has a BA/BS in Marketing or a related discipline. MBA is not required, but is preferred.
• Has 8+ years of progressive experience in B2B / SaaS marketing and has helped grow a business from a small company to a much larger one.
• Understands the challenges of building and mentoring a team in a high-growth culture.
• Has experience marketing software or Software as a Service (SaaS) platforms with a B2B focus and is able to toggle between rolling up their sleeves and setting strategic direction.
• Has broad experience including performance marketing, content marketing, brand marketing, event marketing, and product marketing.
• Has deep experience running multi-channel lead generation and drip marketing programs using tools such as Pardot, Marketo, Salesforce, Silverpop, and Eloqua.
• Has a mastery of the tenets of direct marketing and a strong appreciation for metrics-driven marketing programs.
• Is a dynamic leader, skilled communicator, and marketer, with a history of demonstrating why and how good marketing changes businesses.
• Is an articulate communicator with excellent written and verbal communication skills.
• Is highly professional, adaptable, and shows exceptional judgment under any circumstance.
• Is self-motivated, intellectually curious and able to adjust quickly to changing priorities.
• Is smart, kind and goal-oriented.
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Currently, we are looking for Experienced Retail Wine Buyer / Director.
This is the perfect position for a professional who excels in a high volume and customer centric environment. The perfect candidate will have been recognized for their outstanding achievements with people and have strong wine knowledge and a great palate.
The candidate must be a Team player with outgoing personality and the ability to multi-task in a fast moving, very busy environment.
Successful candidate should have:
5+ years of Big Box retail management experience in a high volume location is required.
Superior customer service skills.
A passion for wine, and a great palate.
Ensures customer service standards are met by all.
The ability to work evenings & weekends is a must.
Outstanding communication skills, with a good "floor presence".
The ability to execute detailed operational processes through others.
Actively trains and educates the Team and customers on our portfolio of wine and spirits.
A solid communicator, both in speech and writing, proficient with computers, and pos system and social media experience is preferred.
The ability to quickly and fluidly resolve problems.
Bilingual is a plus.
Please email your resume and cover letter indicating your salary needs.
Please note only those who meet the position requirements will be contacted.
No phone calls, please!
Equal Opportunity Employer.
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Founded in 1992, Love Heals, the Alison Gertz Foundation for AIDS Education, empowers young people in the fight against HIV. The organization’s HIV-positive speakers are putting a face on the epidemic, and its youth empowerment programs are training a new generation of community educators and activists. Love Heals also creates and distributes educational materials, shares its expertise, and advocates for young people’s right to HIV/AIDS education. Love Heals does this in partnership with hundreds of schools and community groups throughout New York City and the surrounding areas, reaching both young people and those individuals who impact their lives, and placing a special emphasis on outreach to high-risk communities. Love Heals has a staff of six and, in addition, employs 30 freelance educators. The organization has an annual operating budget of approximately $1 million. For more information on Love Heals, please visit: www.loveheals.org.
Love Heals is seeking an entrepreneurial and passionate Executive Director who can lead the organization to its next stage of development. The Executive Director will guide the organization’s growth and expanded reach while ensuring its continued financial stability. He/she will be equally adept at both developing and promoting a vision for the organization while also overseeing the organization’s day-to-day operations. This is an exciting opportunity to build on the Love Heals’ two-decade legacy of providing excellent HIV/AIDS education to New York City’s young people.
Love Heals Board of Directors
In collaboration with the staff and board of directors, develop, communicate, and sustain a clear vision and strategy for the organization.
Keep Love Heals at the forefront of HIV/AIDS education while developing ways to extend Love Heals’ reach into additional communities and with new populations. Employ new strategies (technological and otherwise) towards these ends.
Work closely with the Love Heals Board and fundraising staff to set and achieve fundraising goals and maintain strong relationships with the organization’s network of individual and institutional donors. Devise and implement strategies to generate new sources of income.
Develop and execute an effective branding strategy for Love Heals. Serve as an impactful communicator of the organization’s mission and programs to the media and external stakeholders.
Lead the Love Heals team of staff and freelance educators as it works to achieve Love Heals’ organizational goals. Develop and maintain effective performance management practices and create staff development strategies to help all team members maximize their abilities and cultivate their professional interests.
Collaborate with board leadership to recruit, develop, and continually engage the Love Heals Board of Directors.
Provide engaged management of the organization’s finances. Develop Love Heals’ annual operating budget and closely monitor the organization’s progress against its financial goals each year.
Actively build partnerships with schools and other nonprofit organizations in support of the organization’s programmatic strategies.
Genuine passion for the mission and work of Love Heals.
At least seven years of nonprofit management experience in positions of increasing responsibility. Prior experience as an executive director a plus.
Advanced degree in public administration, business management, public health, social work, or other relevant field desirable.
Working knowledge of HIV/AIDS education and/or youth development also desirable.
Track record in raising funds from a variety of sources.
Strong ability to inspire and engage a range of different stakeholders – including, but not limited to, consumers, board members, and event donors/honorees.
Entrepreneurial and innovative mind-set. Willing to take appropriate risks in support of the organization’s goals.
Experience in recruiting, developing, and supervising a high-performing staff.
Skilled coalition-builder who can successfully develop partnerships with schools and community groups.
Experience or comfort with using technology towards a variety of goals (fundraising, marketing, and program) a plus.
Commensurate with experience.
How to Apply
Please send your resume and cover letter by e-mail to email@example.com. The application deadline is November 3, 2014. All submissions and inquiries will be treated as confidential. Love Heals is an equal opportunity employer.
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Manhattan Jewish Experience (MJE) helps unaffiliated and less affiliated young Jewish professionals explore Jewish life, meet new people and grow in their Judaism through a wide range of inclusive and engaging programs. Through beginner Judaism and Hebrew classes, intensive learning fellowships, holiday and couples’ events, Shabbat Dinners and Israel trips, MJE deepens young men and women’s connection to their Jewish heritage.
MJE seeks a full-time development professional who will oversee all fundraising activities that contribute to MJE’s development goals. The Senior Officer will increase and diversify support largely from foundations and individuals, and play a key role in orchestrating the organization’s senior staff in identifying, cultivating and soliciting major donors.
The Senior Development Officer will work closely with and report to the Executive Director. Additionally, s/he will establish strong, collaborative relationships with the staff, Founder and Board of Directors.
The ideal candidate will bring knowledge of emerging strategies in cultivation and solicitation techniques and improve internal fundraising systems. S/he must have experience working with high level donors, have a proven fundraising track record and be passionate about MJE’s mission and programs.
Executive Director and Senior Director
Leadership and Development Strategy
In partnership with the Executive Director and Founder, establish a strategic vision for MJE’s fundraising and development activities
Provide fundraising training, as needed and appropriate to senior management, staff and Board members to build their capacity to cultivate and steward donors
Design and implement an annual fundraising plan that draws on the organization’s donor relationships and fosters new relationships with foundations and individuals
Perform a critical review of fundraising systems and processes
Communicate effectively with the Board of Directors and draw on their talents, resources and ideas to enhance fundraising activities
Identify, cultivate and maintain relationships with major gift donors, foundations and other prospects
Provide development support to Founder and senior staff on their fundraising assignments
Coordinate and report on all solicitations and other activities included in the fundraising program
Collaborate with staff to develop fresh proposal language and project budgets
Prepare and submit funding inquiries, proposals and reports to institutional funders; oversee production of fundraising related materials
Prepare budgets and forecasts; set goals and track progress against targets
Staff Board of Directors and the Development Committee on all meetings; prepare agendas, complete and distribute minutes and follow-up on action items
Ensure effective, ongoing outreach, follow-up and stewardship of MJE’s donor relationships
Oversee database entry and ongoing tracking system to monitor major fundraising activity
In collaboration with leadership and Board of Directors, coordinate MJE’s Annual Dinner
Organize other fundraising and cultivation events as necessary
Attend and assist in various key fundraising events, speaking engagements, tours and other programs
Bachelor's degree in Nonprofit Management, Marketing, Business or related field required; CFRE or advanced degree preferred
At least 5 years’ proven experience in developing and implementing a successful fundraising program for a nonprofit organization
A successful track record of personally identifying, cultivating and soliciting individual donors and foundations for support and an ability to develop and implement successful donor stewardship plans
Excellent written and verbal communications skills; adept at crafting proposals, donor correspondence and other fundraising materials
Possess excellent organizational and analytical skills; able to multi-task and meet aggressive deadlines
Strong leadership and interpersonal skills; demonstrated ability to work effectively with various constituencies, including Board, staff members and potential donors
Strong computer skills; proficiency in MS Word and Excel; experience with Donor Pro preferred
How to Apply
No calls please. Candidates who previously applied for this position need not re-apply. Nominations and expressions of interest will be held in confidence and may be sent to the attention of:
Fundraising Strategy & Management
Manhattan Jewish Experience
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The Council of Literary Magazines and Presses
New York, NY
Full Time Permanent
$27,000 - $27,000
CLMP is a national nonprofit service organization providing technical assistance to independent literary publishers and advocating on behalf of the field. We seek to hire someone with solid bookkeeping skills, a prevailing interest in arts organization management, and ideally, a keen interest in literature and independent literary publishing.
Specific responsibilities include:
• General bookkeeping and banking (processing checks and credit card payments, paying monthly bills, maintaining petty cash, updating QuickBooks on a continual basis), maintaining accurate cash flow chart, managing all postal and bank accounts, calling in payroll, 403(b) reporting and the administration of other fringe benefits, and administering fiscal agent program.
• Fielding member and general public inquiries via email, mail and phone; sorting mail.
• Ordering office supplies, maintaining all office equipment and consultant contracts.
• Processing new member applications (accepting new members, developing and delivering benefits and support), assisting Membership Director with renewal campaigns, and processing and recording member renewals.
• Assisting with annual donor appeals, coordinating ticket sales for annual fundraisers, assisting with planning for the annual benefits, processing and recording donations, and sending acknowledgement letters to donors.
• Generating invoices, processing incoming grants (government, foundation, private), processing outgoing awards (travel grants, consultancies, re-grants).
• Assisting Programs Director with the planning and coordination of annual book fairs and other events, and processing student orders and publication reimbursements related to CLMP's Literary Magazine Adoption Program.
• Moderating and maintaining the CLMP listservs, guiding member access to publisher resources on the CLMP website, and managing the sales and distribution of resources and products sold there.
• Assisting Executive Director in monitoring annual budget, liaising with accountants and completing yearly audit.
Excellent organization skills, general office administration and database experience, proficiency with both Mac and PC computers, Microsoft Office and QuickBooks (essential). Familiarity with email programs like Constant Contact and Donor Perfect fundraising software a plus, as is knowledge of small press and literary magazine publishing. Strong writing abilities and a confident phone manner are also necessary. Four-year degree is recommended with graduate work as a plus.
NB: This is 4-day a week job with full benefits (including paid vacation, health, dental and retirement plan).
CLMP is an equal opportunity employer.
Email (only) a PDF of a resume, using the email itself as your cover letter, to Jeffrey Lependorf at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Doug Rosa Studio, Inc.
New York, NY
Full Time Permanent
Successful Still Life Photography Studio Looking for Full Time Studio Manager
Applicant Must Be:
A motivated, organized and detail-oriented person who is fluent with photography usage and terminology as well as literacy with Mac computers.
Being articulate and friendly on the phone and in emails is paramount, as you will be an important extension of the business and its presence in the industry.
Ideally the candidate will have experience in a photo studio environment in some capacity, if not first hand studio managerial experience itself.
- Working closely with Photographer’s agent and vendors in order to create promotional pieces, portfolio printing and production.
- Managing studio resources and suppliers, prop and equipment companies, caterers, messengers, bookkeeper and other studio staff.
- Self motivated for ordering supplies, maintaining billing, studio budgeting and payment schedules; oversee all inventory management tools and technology, shipping/receiving and product tracking logistics; proactively communicate with vendors.
- Maintaining website, detailed filing systems (invoices, emails, folders etc), managing and updating in a timely fashion all image archives and servers.
- Simple production for domestic & international photo shoots.
- Working knowledge of Photoshop, basic retouching skills and Filemaker Pro.
- Financial acumen, strong attention to detail and organization
- Very good knowledge of Photography (set and lighting included) and Retouching processes
- Ability to prioritize and manage multiple tasks, problem solving a must
- Ability to adapt to changing priorities and proactively manage studio when long-term projects require for the photographer to be away.
- Excellent communications skills (verbal and written)
- Ability to lead project management
- Minumum 2 Years experience in a photography related business and/or project management position
- Overall computer literacy with Mac and practical knowledge of Microsoft Office package
Things That Could be a Plus:
- Set management on shoot, including assisting with set construction, lighting, camera & digital equipment
- Digital Teching and Imaging, including appropriate digital asset management techniques, color match, upload and delivery of imagery
- Knowledge of, Capture One, Hasselblad Phocus, Lightroom and Leaf Softwares
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$0 - $1M
A Global Friendship is an international non-profit that works towards empowering women and poverty alleviation. We create economic opportunities for women in developing regions by helping them build small business skills and giving them access to an international market.
The Board will support the work of AGF and provide mission-based leadership. The Board-President relationship is a partnership, and the appropriate involvement of the Board is both critical and expected.
We are looking for someone who can:
- Engage with the community
- Raise awareness and act as an ambassador for AGF
- Create partnerships with various respected businesses/individuals
- Suggest possible nominees to the board who can make significant contributions to the work of the board and the organization. Your responsibility would be connecting with potential donors, experience securing donations of 10K and over is a huge plus.
Chairman of the Board of Directors
- As a partner to the Chief Executive Officer and other board members, the Board chair will provide leadership to A Global Friendship nonprofit as it transitions from a newly formed organization into a sustainable national entity.
-Provide governance leadership and strategic fundraising support.
- Be a trusted advisor to the President.
- Developing and managing relationships and communicating with: funders, partners, and other stakeholders
- As a board member, approving A Global Friendship's annual budget, audit reports, and material business decisions; being informed of, and meeting all, legal and fiduciary responsibilities
- Reviewing outcomes and metrics created by A Global Friendship for evaluating its impact, and regularly measuring its performance and effectiveness using those metrics
- Coordinating an annual performance evaluation of the President
- Assisting the President and Nominating Committee in recruiting board members - Periodically consulting with board members on their roles and helping them assess their performance
- Planning, presiding over, and facilitating board and committee meetings; partnering with the President to ensure that board resolutions are carried out
- Ensuring A Global Friendship's commitment to a diverse board and staff that reflects the communities A Global Friendship serves.
- In collaboration with the President, generating substantial annual revenue and fostering A Global Friendship's overall financial health
- Personally treating A Global Friendship as a top philanthropic priority reflected in an annual financial gift
- Ensuring that 100 percent of A Global Friendship's board members make an annual contribution that is commensurate with their capacity
- Attend all board meetings.
- Maintain knowledge of the organization and personal commitment to its goals and objectives
- Understand financial accounting for nonprofit organizations.
- Serve as the chair of the finance committee and manage the board's review of an action related to the board's financial responsibilities.
- Work with the President and team to ensure that appropriate financial reports are made possible to the board on a timely basis.
- Present the annual budget to the board for approval.
- Review the annual audit and answer board members' questions about the audit.
- Dedicated to our movement and mission
- Successful professional
- Connected in the community &/or large network
- Works well with others including ability to be sensitive to views of others
- Personal qualities of integrity, credibility, and a passion for improving the lives of AGF's beneficiaries
Unpaid Board Position
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Give To Cure (GTC) accelerates drug development by empowering individuals to directly fund clinical trials, prioritized by an independent scientific advisory committee guided by science over profit.
Give to Cure is a global non-profit organization devoted to funding early stage clinical trials so that we can get treatments to patients now. We combine the power of the crowd, world class scientists, business, social and political leaders to speed the funding of clinical trials and drive promising treatments to people in need. GTC is an innovative, scalable model that empowers individuals to directly fund clinical trials.
GTC will mine the most promising candidates to treat Alzheimer's disease (AD) through a global RFA process. Our Scientific Advisory Board, composed of top global scientists and experts in the field, will select the five (5) most promising projects. GTC will fund these early stage clinical trials transparently and entirely, through crowdfunding. GTC will address other disease indications using the same platform and methodology, following the successful completion of the AD campaign.
Duties and Responsibilities of the Executive Director include:
Collaborate with the Board to develop, implement and monitor the organization's strategic plan, while ensuring that the budget, staff and priorities are aligned with the core mission.
Provide inspirational leadership and develop an efficient organization; establish effective decision-making processes that will enable GTC to achieve its long- and short-term goals.
Cultivate a strong and transparent working relationship with the Board and ensure open communication regarding the measurement of financial, programmatic, and impact performance against stated milestones and goals.
Develop processes and procedures to fulfill the GTC mission.
Run a global competition to find the most promising clinical trials to support.
Formulate and execute comprehensive marketing, branding and development strategies.
Ensure the delivery of high quality services while managing costs, and balancing current and future growth.
Build, support and motivate the staff.
Oversee the financial status of the organization.
Salary range depends on experience.
· Bachelor's degree required.
· Advanced degree (MBA, JD or public healthcare preferred).
· Significant leadership experience (i.e. startup,nonprofit, military).
· Exceptional interpersonal skills required.
· Strong strategic planning, development and implementation experience required.
· Organizational skills and time management
$90k - 100k
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Mission: The Committee for Hispanic Children and Families combines education and advocacy to expand opportunities for children and families, and strengthen the voice of the Latino community.
The Committee for Hispanic Children and Families (CHCF) is a highly successful, well-respected and innovative service provider and advocacy organization with a rich history for effectively employing cultural competency to strengthen Latino families. CHCF dramatically changes life outcomes for Hispanic children and families. The organization, based in New York since its founding 32 years ago, is seeking a passionate bilingual President and CEO with a proven commitment to the Latino community who can build upon the legacy of equipping Latino families to become self-sufficient and part of the economic mainstream so they can thrive in their communities. The leader will build upon the impact of CHCF’s programs by engaging in advocacy and supporting policies to strengthen Latino communities and will possess the political savvy to advance issues that affect the community. As consistent through all of CHCF’s work, the President must value Latino families and believe in their abilities to advocate and provide for themselves. Studies and statistics show that CHCF’s innovative model combining direct support and advocacy works, and now it is time to find a leader to bring the organization to scale so that greater numbers of deserving families may benefit.
The new President and CEO will take over an organization that has developed a strong local and national reputation for high quality service and impactful advocacy reaching approximately 10,000 individuals annually. Replacing CHCF’s founder, the new President will uphold the core principle of self-sufficiency while promoting the organization’s tradition of innovation and continuous improvement.
HISTORY AND ORGANIZATION DESCRIPTION
In 1982, a group of Latino social service professionals recognized that the growing Latino community in New York City had needs that were not being met. Pooling their resources and knowledge, they founded The Committee for Hispanic Children and Families. CHCF embarked upon a two-fold mission: to be a voice for the Latino community at the local, state and national levels; and to develop programs that would address the concerns of Latino children and their families.
Since its founding, CHCF has combined education and advocacy to expand opportunities for children and families and strengthen the voice of the Latino community. Believing that the most effective way to support Latino families is by building upon their existing strengths and fostering self-sufficiency, CHCF carries out its mission by providing comprehensive services through its three divisions:
Youth Development Programs – CHCF Youth Development Programs enrich the lives of more than 1,600 children, youth and family members each year. Through grassroots service, parent involvement, cultural and linguistic competencies, individualized interventions, and dedicated staff, CHCF provides a unique and trusted community resource to address issues of chronic truancy and inadequate social services. The following are current program offerings: Drop-Out Prevention Program; Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention Program; After School Programs; Family Healthy Living and Nutrition Program; and Responsible Fatherhood Program.
Early Care & Education Institute – CHCF improves the quality of early care and education by providing professional and leadership development for educators and parents. CHCF reaches approximately 8,500 educators, children and family members each year through technical assistance for parents to gain knowledge about how to secure quality childcare, and through training and providing scholarships for those interested in becoming childcare providers in early education. The following are current program offerings: Parent and Quality Child Care; Professional Development; and Professional Training Scholarships.
Policy & Advocacy Initiatives – With the aim of promoting human rights principles, social justice and the elimination of discrimination, CHCF advocates aggressively for the respect of fundamental freedom and human dignity and the wellbeing for children and families, reaching the lives of more than 10,000 people annually. Augmenting the impact of CHCF’s programs by working with legislators, advocacy groups and families, CHCF amplifies Latino voices and strengthens its communities to advocate for themselves. CHCF employs the following strategies to advance its policy agenda: Research Publication; Advocacy Workshops and Citizenship Classes; and Coalition and Partnership Building.
Headquartered in New York City’s Financial District, CHCF has a fiscally sound operating budget of over $4 million. The Board of Directors is currently made up of prominent leaders of all sectors who share a commitment to the values and vision of the organization. CHCF has a staff size greater than 80 – approximately evenly split between those in the central office and those working offsite in the schools.
As the new CHCF leader, the President and CEO will provide the vision, cultural competency, entrepreneurship, conviction and passion to advance the CHCF mission in all aspects, ensuring that the organization continues to flourish, grow and enhance its impact. The President, optimally a superior operational manager well versed in Latino culture, program delivery and advocacy, will oversee the day-to-day operations, programs and advocacy initiatives and implement the mission and goals as set forth by the Board. He/she will provide the strategy and direction to ensure that the activities of CHCF are delivered in a cost-effective and efficient manner while maintaining the highest level of quality and service.
The President will coordinate effectively the efforts of CHCF’s staff and ensure that the organization remains fiscally and administratively sound and that fundraising, finance, information systems, planning and operations are strategically managed with realistic goals and timelines. In this capacity, the President will report to, and work collaboratively with, the Board of Directors. The President will inspire the confidence of an active Board, such that CHCF – its programs, advocacy work, service delivery, fundraising and visibility – are enhanced and supported.
The President will take a leadership and public role in the Latino community, providing a strong voice as a spokesperson and advocate for Latino families. He/she will represent the organization and its mission to a broad constituency including families, community leaders, legislators and other policy leaders, foundations, corporations, and individual donors. The President will make it a priority to significantly diversify and increase support from donors through innovative and spirited fundraising.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND PRIORITIES
Leadership – Lead with an inspirational strategic vision that fully embraces the mission, while remaining connected to day-to-day operations, services and activities. Administer effectively with a cultural competency inspiring external constituencies as well as staff.
Programs – Know CHCF’s Early Care & Education, Youth Development, and Policy & Advocacy Programs with a full appreciation for the children and families the organization serves, as well as the donors, legislators, advocacy partners and other key stakeholders. Understand the funding structure of the organization, the performance measures, the way in which money is being spent, and the cost of ensuring and conducting CHCF’s activities efficiently.
Advocacy – Fully embrace CHCF’s strategy for advocacy on behalf of Latino families. Build upon strategies to develop an effective agenda within the existing landscape and partner with key players to further advance it. More specifically, strengthen relationships with legislators and advocacy groups. Understand CHCF’s 3-Point Action Plan of Knowledge, Agency and Action.
Resource Development – Develop a solid understanding of CHCF’s funding models and strategies. Proactively raise money and strengthen fundraising so that government, individual, corporate and foundation giving meet the organization’s current and future needs. Develop and build upon special fundraising events. Work with the Vice President of Development and the Board and, specifically, the Board’s Development Committee to identify, plan and execute innovative ways to raise money and inspire continued and greater participation with fundraising efforts. Cultivate and seize opportunities from new funders. Grow and broaden a sound and diversified funding base for the organization. Most importantly, ensure fiscal sustainability and create a long-range development plan.
Board Relations – Establish a strong working partnership with the Board of Directors. Forge relationships that will bring forth their best ideas and efforts in support of CHCF’s programs and fundraising activities, encouraging them to lend their presence and expertise. Coordinate and support efforts of various Board committees. Maintain a regular communications system for informing Board members of the organization’s activities and programs. Help attract new Board members.
Growth – Build upon CHCF’s history of success and its strong foundation for reaching and improving the lives of Latino families with first-rate programming and tireless advocacy on behalf of its constituents. Develop and implement a plan for increased and diversified financial support to continue to strengthen programs and the numbers of families served, as well as for enhanced resources dedicated to advocacy, bringing about greater scale. Institute a plan that evaluates various possible growth scenarios.
Evaluation – Develop a vision for excellence andensure that programs and operations are effective and efficient and meet and/or exceed organizational goals. Provide donors a clear sense of metrics and efficacy of service delivery and legislative reform.
Staff – Attract, build, lead and evaluate a highly motivated, competent, passionate and committed team with a common vision, sense of purpose and shared objectives. Set benchmarks with staff, hold them accountable and develop appropriate professional development opportunities and succession planning strategies as appropriate.
General Management, Administration and Finance – Review CHCF’s administrative and management systems, internal policies and procedures, and funding and finances. Anticipate funding trends and remain ahead of the curve. With Board Treasurer and Chief Financial Officer, establish budget and planning strategies and set priorities. Evaluate programs with an eye toward balancing fiscal realities with the organizational mission. Ensure that funds are spent wisely for maximum impact. Hold self and the organization to the highest levels of transparency, integrity and accountability. Identify and mitigate operational financial risks. Ensure compliance with government and other relevant regulations.
Constituency Development and Representation & Public Role – Monitor relevant trends, political developments, legislative agendas, demographic changes and implications to develop and advance the most effective advocacy plan for CHCF. Serve as a partner and take a leadership role in education and early care in local and national forums and coalitions designed to effect change for Latino families through outreach to constituents as well as legislators and the media. Collaborate with other organizations across the nation for reform and offer technical assistance. Serve as an expert spokesperson and make effective presentations, both oral and written, in English and Spanish to the external community and the media on the effectiveness of CHCF’s model and programs. Continue to strengthen the CHCF brand and enhance its visibility.
History – Learn CHCF’s history, mission, values, culture and constituencies. Understand its organizational structure, finances and fundraising efforts.
IDEAL EXPERIENCE AND CHARACTERISTICS
The President and CEO will demonstrate:
Vision and passion embodying a commitment to serving Latino children and families by skillfully amplifying the CHCF voice on behalf of Latinos so they can participate fully in their communities, avail themselves of all opportunities and equip themselves with the independence to lead rewarding and productive lives;
Proven managerial, problem-solving and commensurate fiscal responsibilities as an executive in the nonprofit, government and/or private sectors, provided the individual has served as a volunteer or nonprofit board member; demonstrated ability to balance long-term strategic vision with daily operational issues;
Initiative to develop Latino-focused measurable social services programs and advocate effective strategies to influence legislative reform;
An extensive fundraising track record reflecting year-over-year growth; the ability to harness financial resources by cultivating effective relationships and networks with potential donors at all levels, with the skills to close the deal;
A history of inspiring and communicating effectively in writing and verbally both in English and Spanish, including excellent public speaking skills for formal and extemporaneous presentations; demonstrated ability to identify and capitalize on public relations and social media opportunities as they arise;
An executive presence based upon the ability to respect, listen to and work well with internal and external constituencies; a naturally consultative, warm and inclusive management style to act decisively when necessary;
The value of working in partnership with others to achieve shared goals. Proven experience working effectively and in partnership with a board of directors;
Strong, caring and energetic leadership, serving as a catalyst for profound impact in the lives of Latino families; the skill to articulate CHCF’s vision to inspire all of its constituencies;
The cultural competency to serve and understand the Latino community effectively;
A gift with regard to interpersonal skills using the common touch and finesse to interact with diverse constituencies ranging from underserved families to corporate executives and elected officials.
CHCF seeks a diverse pool of candidates and will offer a competitive salary.
How to Apply
Applications including cover letters and résumés, and nominations, should be sent to the attention of Paul Spivey at CHCF@PhillipsOppenheim.com. Serious inquiries only, please.
Committee for Hispanic Children and Families
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This will be an unpaid Design / General Studio Intern position in NYC. All traveling/errand-related expenses will be provided for.
We are looking for applicants with the following:
-fashion related background, at least 2 years
-detail oriented with excellent time management skills
-knowledge of the garment district
-highly experienced with CS6, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign -- A MUST!
-knowledge of Microsoft Office, Google Drive
-able to work with a small team
This is an experience for you to learn all facets of the industry, not just fashion related but sales, production, PR as well. Because we are a small team, organizational skills and professionalism are a MUST.
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OPERA America, Inc.
New York, NY
Full Time Permanent
Title: Development Manager
Departmental and Position Overview:
OPERA America’s Development department is responsible for the acquisition of all contributed income, including support from individuals, foundations, corporations and government sources. The department plans and executes a majority of the organization’s special events, including receptions, dinners and an exclusive patron travel program. In addition, development staff work to create resources for OA’s nationwide membership of opera company development professionals, trustees and volunteers.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
• Writing and editing letters of intent, complete grant proposals and reports to all current and prospective institutional funders
• Coordinating the preparation, assembly, delivery and tracking of proposal documents
• Managing the organization’s grant calendar in a timely manner while tracking progress against budgeted institutional goals
• Assisting in reconciling government, corporate and foundation grants with the Finance department, ensuring that all required financial documentation is completed
• Researching and identifying potential foundation and corporate funders and government grant opportunities
• Creating and maintaining a moves management calendar for all institutional contacts
• Maintaining paper and electronic records for all grant materials, including detailed documentation of research, correspondence and deadlines
• Working with OPERA America staff to identify funding opportunities and to effectively articulate goals and outcomes of OA programs to institutional contacts
• Representing OPERA America at events with institutional funders and at other activities, as appropriate
• Assisting with surveys and occasional writing for announcements, invitations, publications and correspondence
• Assisting with coordination and execution of special events as needed
• Helping develop session content, promote and/or participate in OPERA America’s annual conference
• Provide high-quality customer service to current and prospective members and demonstrate a level of understanding of membership categories, benefits, prices and publications
• Additional duties as assigned
Outstanding writing, analytical, organizational and communications skills are required.
The candidate must be detail-oriented with the ability to multitask. The candidate must possess a bachelor’s degree, with a minimum of three years of relevant experience. Knowledge of Windows and Microsoft Office Suite, including Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Access Database is required. Experience with fundraising software and research tools such as Donor Perfect and Wealth Engine is strongly preferred. Interest in music/opera is a plus.
If interested, submit a cover letter, resume, salary requirements and 2 writing samples to AParker@operaamerica.org. Please include 'Development Manager' in the subject line of your email.
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Long Island City, NY
Part Time Permanent
Flux Factory is seeking a part-time Development Officer. This position works with the Executive Director and the administrative team to maintain and develop Flux’s relationships with state and federal funders, foundations, corporate philanthropies, and private donors
Flux Factory is a prolific 20 year old collective and a unique, participatory 501c3, which has a rigorous commitment to cultivating a strong and enduring creative community. “Fluxers” are an expansive and diverse group of cultural producers who work together to realize our programs: collaborative exhibitions, educational initiatives, and our international Artist-in-Residence program. All members of the collective – staff, residents, and community members – work together to shape the future of the collective and organization.
Grant Writing and Management (Primary):
Research and identify funding opportunities
Write grant proposals to secure funding for our exhibitions, international residency program, and educational initiatives
Articulate Flux’s unique contribution to the NYC and global art world in grant language, ensuring that funding opportunities support Flux’s mission
Cultivate substantive relationships with foundations and corporate philanthropies on behalf of Flux Factory, and maintaining detailed records of this correspondence (ie. invitations to exhibitions and committees, inquiries made, LOIs submitted, etc)
Maintain a grant calendar and ensure adherence to deadlines
Complete grant reports with support from with Executive Director and other Administrative staff
Special Events Management (Secondary)
Identify and pursue in-kind sponsorships and donations for annual fundraising events
Work in collaboration with Executive Director and other Administrative staff to assist in producing our annual auction fundraiser event
Introduce and implement new fundraising methods that work within our current structures (i.e. membership programs, smaller fundraisers, matching campaigns)
Activate Flux’s large volunteer network of artists-in-residence, past residents, and local supporters to produce fundraising events
Ideal candidate has:
2+ years of experience working with not-for-profit organizations in a similar capacity
Proven innovative and entrepreneurial spirit; outstanding organizational skills with many logistical details
Knowledge of and passion for the arts, non-profits, DIY, and collaborative sectors specifically in NYC
Evidence of having creatively and strategically pursued funding and/or sponsorship in past roles
Ability to work both independently and in collaboration with the administrative staff and artists in residence.
Self-starter with creative vision, strong interpersonal skills, and a commitment to serving others who depend on her/him while prioritizing most important tasks
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
2+ years of experience working with not-for-profit organizations in a similar capacity
Graduate degree in development, arts administration or the equivalent preferred; undergraduate degree required
Hours: Schedule is approximately 8-16 hours/week, including regular meetings with Executive Director and staff in our Long Island City, Queens office. The role involves significant independent work and some of it may be completed remotely.
Send a resume, cover letter and any relevant supplementary materials to firstname.lastname@example.org, with “Development Manager Applicant” in the subject. This role will start during October 2014. Priority will be given to applications submitted before September 22, 2014.
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Van Alen Institute
New York, NY
Full Time Permanent
Manage marketing, communications, and multimedia production across all departments as part of a multi-disciplinary team. Coordinate with Competitions, Research, and Public Programs staff to manage outreach, promotion, and materials for concurrent projects. Maintain master schedule for outgoing content such as web and social media posts, email newsletters, press releases, and event invitations. Liaise with media contacts and partners of the Institute.
o Strong interest and/or background in urban studies, architecture, urban planning, politics, journalism, or a related field; previous experience in a marketing, editorial, or publishing environment preferred
o Exceptional written, verbal, and visual communication skills
o Strong copywriting and copyediting skills
o Strong social media network and familiarity with major press outlets
o Proficiency in HTML/CSS, Adobe Photoshop and InDesign, Microsoft Office Suite
o Experience with database maintenance and management; familiarity with Salesforce or comparable database required
o Comfort with A/V and digital equipment
o Competent in executing delegated tasks, communicating progress, and proactively undertaking work
o Ability to work collaboratively across all departments of a multi-disciplinary team
o Flexible in multi-tasking, managing several projects at a time, and functioning under the deadline pressure
o Self-motivated and professional attitude toward all levels of assigned tasks
o 3-5 years experience required in a public relations, communications, or commercial/non-profit art-related field.
o Schedule, prepare, and distribute print and digital communications such as event invitations, monthly newsletters, mass mailings, membership appeals, and press releases.
o Manage content for the Institute’s website and social media platforms, including posting of original content, event videos, and web albums on Facebook, Twitter, Vimeo, Instagram, etc.
o Establish relationships with media contacts; negotiate partnerships and cross-promotions with media outlets and peer organizations; manage and build contact lists
o Maintain archive of media coverage and manage press clippings, to be shared internally and with key stakeholders
o Coordinate production of graphic materials and multimedia projects, including websites and event documentation
o Conduct outreach to individuals and organizations to build the Institute’s audience
o Assist with event production, technology setup, and project support as needed
o Oversee and coordinate documentation of public programs for social media and press outreach
o Coordinate with external IT consultant for troubleshooting and technology planning
o Manage software licenses and new hardware purchases
o Stay abreast of advances in technology and other office systems, and identify potential resources and grant opportunities
About Van Alen Institute
At Van Alen Institute, we believe design can transform cities, landscapes, and regions to improve people's lives.
We collaborate with communities, scholars, policymakers, and professionals on local and global initiatives that rigorously investigate the most pressing social, cultural, and ecological challenges of tomorrow.
Building on more than a century of experience, we develop cross-disciplinary research, provocative public programs, and inventive design competitions.
Interested applicants should email a cover letter and resume as a pdf to email@example.com. Due to the volume of receipts, only qualified applicants will be contacted. Salary commensurate with experience. Benefits included.
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24 West 40th St, 7th Fl
New York, NY
Standard Media Index partners with leading global media buying agencies to provide independent, accurate, and timely advertising expenditure data to clients to facilitate informed analysis of the media sector. Our data is sourced directly from advertising agencies’ billing systems and then aggregated to show the combined picture of direct agency ad spend across all media types. As a result, subscribers have the tools to monitor and analyze data points that contribute to key media strategic and investment decisions.
This data is now utilized as the industry standard in Australia. Subscribers to the data include Google, Microsoft, Goldman Sachs, and Morgan Stanley. In the United States Standard Media Index started marketing its data solutions in 2012, already counting with several relevant clients in both the financial and the media industries.
The advertising expenditure data has also been collected and aggregated for China, UK, Germany, France, Spain, Mexico, Belgium, Netherlands, Ireland, Greece, Portugal and Chile. By the end of 2014 Standard Media Index aims to have a pool of aggregated data in 15 additional countries including, but not limited to Brazil, Canada, India, Italy, Argentina, Paraguay, Ecuador, Colombia, Russia and Uruguay.
• Perform primary and secondary research focusing on specific media markets;
• Input, edit, and manage the researched data in the SMI data management system;
• Periodically review and analyze the researched data in order to find areas of improvement and fix potential errors;
• Apply advanced Excel techniques to increase productivity and efficiency;
• Contribute to the increasing level of innovation in our data;
• Maintain permanent communication with the data management team and provide periodical reporting on the progress;
Standard Media Index (SMI) is looking for a bilingual intern who can assist the company’s efforts in researching and categorizing the media landscapes in global markets. He/she should be fluent in French/German/Italian/Spanish/Hindi language.
By working as a Data Management Intern at SMI, you will be able to make a real contribution in the entrepreneurial environment of a globally expanding company.
At SMI we value your work as an intern. From the very first day you will become a member of the team in the broadest sense of the word. To that end, we have developed an internship program whose pillars are training, support, and interaction.
Your main areas of learning will be the understanding of global media markets, the management and analysis of large data sets, and the mastery of business systems and Microsoft Excel. Furthermore, you will have the ability to interact with our world-class leadership team from backgrounds in advertising, media, sales, and technology.
This 3-month internship is a great stepping stone for anyone who is interested in entering the media industry. In fact, our company has a strong track record of hiring from our intern pool.
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About the Job
SERVICE WRITER/ADVISOR Construction Eqpt. Dealer seeks individual to receive and record customer service & technical info requests; maintain records; develop service estimates; verify warranty and service contract coverage; prepare repair work orders; develop estimates by costing materials, supplies, and labor; and other duties. We offer competitive salary, medical / dental benefit pkg and 401K plan. Please forward resume in strict confidence to firstname.lastname@example.org
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Job Function: Other
Entry Level: No
Organizational Setting: Public Relations Agency
Location(s): New York, NY, New York, 10012, United States
Posted: September 12, 2014
Job Type: Full-Time
Job Duration: Indefinite
Min Education: BA/BS/Undergraduate
Min Experience: 7-10 Years
Required Travel: 0-10%
Contact Person: Human Resource Manager
Email Address: email@example.com
Beauty Public Relations firm seeks highly motivated, creative and resourceful Associate Vice President with an entrepreneurial spirit to help build and lead its start up social media department. This person will partner with the firm’s senior management on social media initiatives while directing a team of community managers, account managers, junior strategists, designers/developers. Other responsibilities include assisting in the development of 360 degree campaigns for established Fortune 500 companies and emerging young brands; partnering with senior management on growing and building the department; content strategy and social brand voice development; and creating social and viral campaigns that integrate the various social media platforms with PR.
Ideal candidate must have a keen knowledge of the beauty industry as well as a strong attention to detail, strong client skills, the ability to think outside of the box and provide quick turnaround.
We offer a competitive benefits package including full insurance coverage, 401K, vacation and more. Please cut and paste your resume AND salary requirement into the body of an email and send to firstname.lastname@example.org. PLEASE DO NOT APPLY IF YOU LIVE OUTSIDE OF THE TRI-STATE AREA!
A minimum of 7+ years’ experience in the beauty social media/digital space is required with the following qualifications:
Ability to partner with a brand’s marketing team and agency’s Public Relations teams while using analytics to increase day to day engagement
Proven experience in creating content strategy and developing brand “voice” within the various social spaces including Twitter, Pinterest, Facebook and Instagram.
Experience developing 360 degree social media campaigns utilizing various digital platforms.
Experience conceptualizing and then evaluating the success of social campaigns.
Background in the beauty industry -- either in house or at an agency -- with knowledge of beauty trends in skin care and hair care.
Experience managing a team of people.
Ability to work on several clients/projects at one time and communicate with them in a timely manner while managing a team and individual workload.
Work/liaise with both outside and internal developers and designers to conceptualize unique and exciting apps and initiatives beyond the typical sweepstakes, contests and sampling programs.
Experience hosting social events, i.e. a Tweet Up, blogger breakfasts, Facebook Chats, as well as live Q&A session.
Experience working with brand online teams to coordinate social and digital partnerships and integrations.
Awareness of the latest developments in the social media space and communicating those updates to clients and internal team.
Knowledge of best practices for Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram and Google+.
Experience growing a department is also a big plus.
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Ma-Yi Theater Company
New York, NY
Part Time Permanent
Ma-Yi Theater Company, DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATE / INDIVIDUAL GIVING supports the company’s fundraising and donor cultivation efforts. This is a part-time position and will complement Ma-Yi’s annual programming, which includes three mainstage productions each season, as well as the year-round activities of our Writers Lab.
Ma-Yi Theater is a Drama Desk and OBIE Award-winning theater company dedicated to developing and producing new and innovative plays by Asian American writers. More information at www.ma-yitheatre.org.
The Development Associate / Individual Giving shall:
• Manage donor and customer data base;
• Create and implement year-end appeal campaigns;
• Work with Ma-Yi’s Marketing Associate and Artistic Director in aligning goals and objectives to create internal strategies;
• Take the lead in organizing donor events throughout the year, with a minimum of five events per year;
• Survey members of the Board to identify new prospects; and
• Participate in the strategic planning for the Gala Benefit.
QUALIFICATIONS / REQUIREMENTS:
• 2+ years working in an office environment, preferably non-profit;
• Extreme attention to detail and impeccable organization skills;
• Strong experience in fundraising and not-for-profit management;
• Multi-tasker in a fast-paced environment;
• Team player who likes to work as part of a small, integrated staff;
• Computer proficiency, experience with databases highly desired; and
• Excellent conversational skills.
SALARY: Commensurate with experience. Position is 20 hours per week, with potential for full-time employment starting in second year.
HOW TO APPLY: Send a cover letter and resume (in one PDF document) to: email@example.com before October 29, 2014. No calls, please.
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The Golandsky Institute
New York, NY
Freelance / Consultant
Oversee the external and internal procedures of fundraising for the Golandsky Institute, including grant research, writing, and liaising with funding sources, namely foundations.
Reports To: Executive Director
• Research and identify foundations whose mission aligns with the Golandsky Institute, and where collaborative projects will be launched (i.e. successfully securing funds).
• Network with foundations to secure initial contact, introducing the Institute via phone or in person, ameliorating and expediting the grant writing and grant success process.
• Writing letters of inquiry and grant applications.
• Communicating delicate matters with diplomatic finesse through verbal and written means.
• Persuasive and lucid writing ability.
• Charming and convincing phone demeanor.
• Persistent and forward-driven project manager.
• Highly personable.
• Represents the organization with graceful ease.
• Specialty knowledge of non-profit arts fundraising and grant writing procedure.
• Specialty knowledge of private foundations in New Jersey and New York state..
• Powerful professional network within the private foundation world.
• Working knowledge of classical music.
Office Hours/Location Specifications
There are no specific office hours since this position is virtual. Job performance is based on successfully securing funding. Preferably, the qualified candidate will live on the east coast and have easy access to the following cities and their environs: New York, Princeton, and Philadelphia. The candidate will have virtual administrative help from our Administrative Coordinator and Development Intern.
Compensation: Commensurate with experience.
Please send cover letter and resume to Jonathan Eifert, executive director. jonathan[at]golandskyinstitute.org
$130k + Benefits
The Project Manager is responsible for the planning, execution, and completion for all technical and construction aspects of custom curtain wall projects. This includes managing internal department or team and external technical personnel and allocating resources as required. Responsible for management of project engineering schedule and budget. Responsible for the development of new products or product enhancements and technical submittals to the client. These include material submittals, RFI’s, and drawing submittals. Also responsible for all production releases to outside material vendors and both internal and external fabricators. Responsible for all documentation required by field personnel to erect and install curtain wall product.
• Responsible for leading, directing, and delegating the work of the Project Team not limited to System Design Leader, System Designer, PMF Team, Engineer and external technical consultants and allocating resources as required
• Establish and maintain project engineering budgets and schedules for sales and operational staff
• Manage and coordinate all material and technical submittals and RFI’s with external clients (architects, engineers, consultants, and general contractors)
• Review all incoming architectural and structural drawings for scope, cost, and schedule impacts
• Review all returned drawings from the architect, consultant, and general contractor and determine validity of comments for incorporation and/or provide response documentation
• Works with engineers to determine structural and building physics requirements and incorporate into the product design
• Evaluate architectural design intent for cost efficiency, reliability and quality
• Responsible for all production releases to outside material vendors and both internal and external fabricators
• Responsible for all documentation required by field personnel to erect and install curtain wall
• Ensures all designs, initiatives, and processes are in conformance with organization’s established policies and objectives
• Responsible for development of new products or product enhancements
• Provides design expertise to other departments where needed
• Responsible for the training, development and growth of resources within the project team
• Share in the day to day responsibility for implementing the affirmative action program which includes, but is not limited to, responding to AA/EEO inquiries/investigations and participating in recruitment efforts
Bachelor degree preferred, or Associate degree (with relevant experience), in Architecture, Mechanical Engineering, or Civil Engineering.
Computer System Skills
Proficiency in Microsoft Office. Must have AUTOCAD and/or SOLIDWORKS experience. Must also have the ability to learn all in-house software.
7+ year’s relevant experience in curtain wall
Ability to work collaboratively across function. Strong managerial skills required. Possess wide degree of creativity to accomplish goals/problem solve.
For more information, please contact Ben Llewellyn at firstname.lastname@example.org
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