CAMPAIGN MANAGER Position Description A Better Chance Overview Over the...
RESPONSIBILITIES : Under the supervision of the Program Director, function... Harlem, NY
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This is an exciting opportunity to support a true visionary who is on the cutting edge of education reform. If successful in this role, there is potential to explore other opportunities within the organization after two years.
Responsibilities include: Provide overall administrative support to the CEO by: • Managing calendars • Supporting meeting preparation, logistics, and follow through • Tracking to dos for the CEO • Writing letters, emails, invitations on behalf of the CEO • Preparing background documents, agendas, outlines, etc. • Maintaining database with all of the CEO's contacts • Assembling and sending outgoing mail and mailings • Coordinating complex travel arrangements • Answering phone calls • Attending meetings and taking minutes • Supporting other projects and activities as requested and needed
Required Skills and Experience: • Very strong organizational skills and meticulous attention to detail • Proven ability to manage competing priorities in a high-pressure environment; • Experience working in fast-paced, entrepreneurial environments, preferably for high level executives; • Flexible, with the ability to anticipate challenges, solve problems, and present a calm demeanor in high stress situations • Professional, polite, with excellent communication and interpersonal skills and the ability to establish and maintain effective and collaborative relationships with senior leaders; • A proactive, 'can –do' attitude with ability to demonstrate initiative and resourcefulness; • Strong technological skills including use of full Microsoft Office Suite; experience with Salesforce is a plus; • Some evening and weekend work required; • Commitment to Turnaround's mission; and • Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience required.
How to apply: Please send a resume and cover letter, outlining how your skills and experience meet the requirements for the position and stating how you heard about this opportunity and applying online at http://turnaroundusa.org/employment-opportunities
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A Better Chance Overview
Over the course of the past 50 years, A Better Chance has been a driving force in the effort to increase educational attainment among youth of color. A Better Chance's mission is to increase substantially the number of well-educated young people of color who are capable of assuming positions of responsibility and leadership in American society. Since 1963, this guiding principle has driven A Better Chance to place talented young people of color into the leadership pipeline through increased access to academically rigorous secondary schools. A Better Chance's historic signature program, the College Preparatory School Program, identifies, recruits, and annually places more than 500 academically talented students into 300 of the most rigorous and prestigious independent day schools, boarding schools and public schools in the country. In addition to its affiliated network of schools, A Better Chance constituents include 2000 scholars in grades 6 through 12, and more than 14,000 alumni. The successes of A Better Chance's alumni demonstrate the cumulative impact of A Better Chance – opportunities that transformed individual lives, increased status and access to wealth, continue to enrich communities and create a more representative leadership pool for America society at large.
A Better Chance is seeking an experienced fundraising manager to deliver and execute the public phase of our 50th Anniversary comprehensive fundraising campaign. For the remaining two years of the campaign, this individual will be responsible for day-to-day planning, coordination, oversight and management of the campaign. The position is both strategic and tactical, and will include implementing and refining the public phase strategy for the campaign. This individual will manage all aspects of the campaign and be responsible for identifying next steps and follow-up, and ensuring the correct actions are taken for all campaign donors. This individual will also be responsible for staffing the Campaign Steering Committee – a group of senior level volunteers and Board members. The role entails working collaboratively with members of the A Better Chance staff, the Board of Directors and other key volunteers. This is a multi-faceted position with a variety of responsibilities requiring strong communication and interpersonal skill, strategic thinking and significant fundraising experience.
Following the successful conclusion of the campaign, this individual will serve as the Manager of Major Gifts, and will work to strengthen and elevate the major gifts program. This a full-time position based out of the New York City office with a comprehensive benefits package. This position reports to the Director of Development and is available starting May 1st, 2014.
- Manage overall campaign donor pipeline, reviewing and assigning updated Campaign donor strategies and sharing this information with the Director of Development, Major Gift Officers, staff and volunteers as is necessary.
- Track and manage all campaign donor activity, assign next steps and ensure follow-up activities are completed in a timely manner.
- Prepare all briefing materials including solicitation scripts, proposals and prospect profiles for all campaign-related donor/prospect meetings.
- Assist with creation of individual donor cultivation, solicitation and stewardship strategy focused on upgrading major annual gifts and securing multiple 6-figure campaign gifts.
- Assist in staffing the Director of Development and prioritize/organize relevant meetings and deliverables.
- Manage Campaign Steering Committee – a senior volunteer leadership body – including managing individual lists, appropriate follow-up and all meeting preparation.
- Support management of other volunteer bodies – i.e. regional committees – including preparing meeting materials and supporting Major Gift Officers with volunteer lists, follow-up and events.
- Other duties as assigned.
The ideal candidate will have the following:
Bachelor's degree; Master's degree preferred.
Demonstrated experience and progressive responsibility in fundraising with a minimum of six (6) years' experience.
Experience in project and/or campaign management, especially creating strategic plans and managing multiple projects and priorities.
Success in leading teams and working with remote staff and volunteers.
Ability to organize and complete multiple tasks simultaneously with close attention to detail and prioritization to meet deadlines.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Very strong organizational skills and sense of self direction.
Familiarity with Raisers Edge and proficiency in Microsoft Office products.
Successful experience working with high profile volunteer leadership and senior executives.
Strong work ethic and a commitment to the mission and growth of A Better Chance.
Ability to travel minimally, with some evening and weekend work required.
Experience working with political campaigns, capital campaigns and/or in independent school/university fundraising a plus.
Please submit a resume, cover letter indicating salary requirements, and a 1-3 page writing sample (an ask letter or donor proposal preferred) to email@example.com. Please be sure to include Campaign Manager in the subject line. Cover letters without salary indications will be prioritized lower. No phone calls, please.
WE ACT for Environmental Justice (aka West Harlem Environmental Action, Inc.) is a Northern Manhattan community-based organization whose mission is to build healthy communities by ensuring that people of color and/or low-income participate meaningfully in the creation of sound and fair environmental health and protection policies and practices. Our research partnerships, issue campaigns, community organizing and mobilization initiatives address eight healthy community indicators: clean air, equitable transit, waste, pests and pesticide reduction, toxic-free products, healthy food in schools, sustainable land use, open and green space, and healthy indoor environments. In 2012, WE ACT established a Washington, D.C. office to more effectively engage private and public interest and elected officials in adopting fair and equitable federal, state, and local environmental justice policies. WE ACT is a leader in the nationwide movement for environmental justice, influencing the creation of federal, state and local policies and practices. Our groundbreaking grassroots efforts toward policy-change and advocacy work ultimately improve the well-being of all New Yorkers and provide a blueprint for communities facing similar challenges across the nation.
We are seeking a full-time Director of Communications.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES
Working with the Executive Director and Deputy Director, assume key role in developing the WE ACT brand, raising visibility and promoting positive perceptions of the organization.
Set priorities and develop annual strategic plan for effective issue and public relations campaigns in alignment with New York and Washington D.C. offices.
Lead all administrative communications efforts including speaking events, issue campaigns, press and public relations efforts, radio/television broadcast platforms, and other public relations opportunities (i.e., stories, interviews, events, press briefings, press conferences, etc.).
Research and prepare all written materials such as press releases, fact sheets, brochures, public outreach and awareness, editorials/letters to the editor, talking points, etc.)
Developing and implementing social media strategies, including issue blogs, interactive discourse and other online initiatives to expand public dialogue on EJ issues.
Cultivate long-term media and stakeholder relationships to effectively advance issue campaigns, public support and deepen constituent/partner involvement and engagement.
Develop and institute policies and practices to build an effective communications department infrastructure.
Other duties, as assigned.
Bachelor's degree in Communications, Marketing, Public Relations or related field; or equivalent experience.
Minimum 3 years of strategic communications and public relations experience with demonstrated success in managing multiple aspects of media relations and branding.
Superior writing and editing skills.
Excellent verbal, interpersonal and group communication skills.
Knowledge of environmental health and justice issues.
Knowledge and experience with website design and maintenance, desktop publishing, presentation and project management software.
Exceptional administrative, organizational and time management skills; ability to set and meet deadlines.
Strong computer proficiency
Send resume and cover letter to Evelyn Joseph, Director of Administration and Human Resources, firstname.lastname@example.org. Please let us know where you saw this listing. Telephone calls will not be accepted.
Include cover letter, resume, three references, and day time contact information.
Bilingual candidates, people of color, and Northern Manhattan residents are strongly encouraged to apply.
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Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:
Solicit 200 alumni for Engineering Fund leadership gifts each year.
Manage a portfolio of 300 leadership prospects.
Develop and implement a detailed fundraising plan for reunion year classes including goal setting, gift pyramids, giving analysis, and individual solicitation strategies.
Manage volunteer solicitors to raise gifts from key populations, especially reunion classes. This includes recruiting reunion class committee members, and organizing committee meetings, and managing the committee's volunteer solicitations.
Advocate for planned giving vehicles and execute planned giving solicitations in collaboration with appropriate colleagues.
Ensure all assigned prospects are stewarded effectively and regularly.
Document activity with respect to the University's standardized processes for tracking fundraising work.
Bachelor's degree and/or the equivalent required.
1-3 years' related experience required.
Ability to interact effectively with skilled professionals in the engineering, financial, legal, academic, and corporate communities is essential.
Must have highly sophisticated written and verbal communication skills.
Must have a persuasive and tactful interpersonal communication style.
Must be highly attentive to details.
Must be self-directed, goal-oriented, collaborative, and a team-player
Must be able to analyze a problem and present a strategic solution.
Basic quantitative analytical skills are preferred.
Understanding of the mission and purpose of institutions of higher education is strongly preferred.
Must be able to travel.
Some weekend and evening work is required.
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Under the supervision of the Program Director, function as part of a team assigned to support consumers living in independent apartments in the community. Provide leadership, training, and managerial oversight to staff case managers. Development of psycho-social assessments and service delivery plans for consumers. Assists assigned individuals in developing and maintaining viable living, working and social situations in the community by obtaining needed medical, social, psychosocial, educational, financial, vocational and other services. Perform verbal and non-verbal crisis intervention to consumers. Travels to/visits consumers' residences or apartments to provide counsel and assistance to help the consumers within their capabilities and interests in maintaining the greatest degree of independent living. Duties are often performed independently under general supervision.
Master degree in Social Work or Psychology with an active license, plus two years or more experience providing direct services to consumers with or without mental disabilities. Applicant must be computer literate. Bi-Lingual English/Spanish required.
SALARY: Commensurate with experience.
Interested candidates should email a resume and cover letter to Dawn Miller, Human Resources Consultant at email@example.com.
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The IRCs EPRU and Emergency Response Team (ERT)
The IRCs Emergency Preparedness and Response Unit (EPRU) leads or oversees IRCs global emergency preparedness and response activities. The mission of the EPRU is to help meet the immediate survival needs and reduce suffering in conflict or disaster affected populations during the acute phase of an emergency. The EPRU also works in protracted emergencies, where the risk to life may be reduced but the population is still subjected to rights abuses and a lack of basic services. The EPRU is also charged with enhancing the IRCs global and country level emergency preparedness capacity. The Emergency Response Team serves as the standing team of specialized professionals ready to deploy to an emergency within 72 hours.
The IRCs Child and Youth Protection and Development Unit (CYPD)
The Child and Youth Protection and Development (CYPD) Unit works towards the protection and development of children and youth and consists of three sub-sectors; Child Protection, Education and Youth & Livelihoods. Together these sub-sectors promote the wellbeing of children and youth through working across a child's or youth's environment with families, communities, civil society, markets and government and through safe and developmentally appropriate programs across age groups. The Child Protection sector works towards preventing and responding to abuse, exploitation and neglect of children through immediate safeguarding, protective family and community environment strengthening and child protection system building interventions.
SCOPE OF WORK:
The IRC ERT staff is expected to be deployed in the field, either in an emergency or roving capacity, for up to 75% of the time (9 months a year) and must be able to deploy to the site of an emergency within 72 hours of notification. The ERT Child Protection coordinator will be providing technical leadership in the set up of Child Protection programs in emergency settings with a specific focus on interventions in the area of case management for children harmed or at risk of being harmed, community action for the protection of children, and safe healing and learning spaces for children.
Members of the Emergency Response Team are deployed to either support existing country programs in their emergency response, or to initiate a new program in the crisis zone. The overall responsibility of the team is to rapidly and effectively design, develop and manage the IRC's on-site humanitarian response to meet the immediate needs of the affected population. The ERT is also responsible for supporting the transfer of responsibilities and knowledge to the long-term staff to ensure the continuity of IRC programming and operations.
While primarily assigned to emergency response deployments, the ERT will also provide technical support to country programs through roving deployments and to the respective Program Unit through contributing to the development of technical resources and representation.
S/he is a member of the CYPD Unit and the Emergency Response and Preparedness Unit (EPRU). During emergency deployments ERT staff will work under the direction of IRC's Emergency Field Director or designated country emergency lead. During times with no acute emergency deployment the Coordinator will report to CYPD's Senior Technical Adviser for Child Protection.
The beneath responsibilities will focus on preparedness and response in relation the specific needs and interests of children and youth people in emergencies. Program interventions include, case management, community action, and safe healing and learning spaces.
Be prepared to be deployed within 72 hours; emergency deployments take precedence over other duties;
Ensure high quality and timely assessments of the humanitarian needs and provide prioritized recommendations for program interventions to the ERT Field Director/emergency lead
Design program responses and strategy, including geographic areas of intervention, in coordination with internal and external actors
Draft technical proposals and budgets for international donors, work in close collaboration with IRC grants and finance staff to finalize proposals and respond to any requests for additional information
Manage grant/program implementation including staff recruitment and training, workplan development, procurement and inventory planning, and budget management;
Prepare high quality and timely donor and management reports on grants and sector activities
Select and implement appropriate monitoring systems ; ensure consistent reporting and analysis of results to enhance program effectiveness and quality
Ensure compliance with IRC policy and procedures throughout the program team and activities
Represent and coordinate with other agencies, local government , donors and other stakeholders to promote delivery of best practice humanitarian assistance
Support media and communications activities as requested by the ERT Field Director/CD/in-county emergency lead.
Provide a comprehensive handover to successor, including ensuring transfer of all related documentation, program monitoring data and staff performance information
Work with EPRU staff and HQ CYPD staff to develop emergency preparedness and response strategies and tools.
Work with country programs to implement emergency preparedness and response in selected IRC countries;
Contribute to the continual development of appropriate and cost-effective contingency stocks, revising the stock list in accordance with lessons learned in the field and monitoring replenishment.
Provide technical support to existing country programs remotely and through in-country visits or short-term deployments
Assist in the development and launch of new technical policy, procedures and training materials
Inter-agency representation related to emergency preparedness, response and coordination
Contribute to the design and implementation of emergency components of the CYPD Unit strategic plan
University degree, and technical accreditation or equivalent
3-5 years experience managing child protection projects including 2 years in emergency/conflict areas
Superior internal and external communication and coordination capabilities and excellent team management skills.
Demonstrated ability to communicate technical expertise and standards and implement best practice approaches to implementing rapid, consistent, high quality emergency projects
Experience managing donor funded programs and grants; including staff management, budget oversight, monitoring and evaluation systems, and technical input to proposal-budget development and donor reports.
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Callen-Lorde is seeking a flexible, dedicated individual to join our staff as a NextGen EHR Specialist (NES). The NES will develop, customize and test NextGen EHR templates and documents. The NES will troubleshoot issues related to the NextGen EHR and ensure that patient information is organized and maintained appropriately in the system. The NES will also ensure that templates and documents meet all internal and external requirements and regulations.
Callen-Lorde is open Monday through Saturday. This is a full-time position with normal business hours (9:00AM to 5:00PM Monday – Friday). Occasional evenings and Saturdays will be required.
Bachelor's Degree required
NextGen Certified Professional - EHR strongly preferred
3+ years experience with computer information systems, software application development and support within a healthcare setting
Experience building templates and documents in an EHR system
Extensive knowledge of NextGen setup, maintenance and configuration
Ability to troubleshot problems and issues related to NextGen EHR
Experience with NextGen KBM and application upgrades
Knowledge of HIPAA regulations and health information-applicable state regulations.
SQL and MS SQL Server database experience a plus
Personal Characteristics, Skills and Abilities
Commitment to the mission of Callen-Lorde.
Demonstrated leadership and administrative/organizational skills.
Ability to work with diverse populations.
Excellent interpersonal, written, and oral communication skills.
Strong Internet, PC, and spreadsheet skills.
Callen-Lorde is an Equal Opportunity Employer, people of color, people of transgender experience, lesbians and people living with HIV/AIDS are encouraged to apply.
Send cover letter and resume including salary requirements:
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Ascend (www.ascendleadership.org) is the premier national non-profit professional business organization dedicated to leveraging the global business potential of Pan-Asians leaders. It is a lifelong organization focused on building critical leadership skills, business relationships, mentoring and career development - from undergraduates to corporate executives. With 17 professional and 29 student chapters and counting, membership is open to all ethnicities and business backgrounds.
Ascend strives to:
Enhance the presence, influence and visibility of Pan-Asian business leaders
Develop the full potential of members by leveraging the Ascend network
Build awareness and eminence for their corporate partners while helping them to achievetheir business, talent and diversity goals
Serve as a collective voice for those business communities
Ascend is experiencing significant growth and is searching for an enthusiastic leader to serve as the next National Executive Director. Working from its New York offices, reporting to the Co-Founder/National Presidentand the National Board the incumbent will play a critical role expanding and building a stronger organization to better serve its membership, corporate partnersand all of Ascend's stakeholders while achieving organizational mission and objectives. S/he will create a cohesive work environment and a strong management team with seven (7) direct reports along with a dotted line reporting relationship with the Executive Director of the National Association of Asian MBA (NAAMBA),now part of Ascend. The National Executive Director will oversee Ascend's day-to-day operations. She/he serves as point person working, on behalf of the Board, with corporate sponsors, professional and student chapters, partner organizations and individuals vital to the organization's growth.
This role requires a seasoned organizational leader with corporate experience and a strong desire to serve the Pan-Asian community while executing a multi-prong strategy of programming, conventions, chapter and talent development. Ongoing responsibilities include:
LEADERSHIP & BOARD RELATIONS
The National Executive Director will lead the organization providing leadership in the development of the organization's vision, mission, and goals, and the corresponding strategies, operating plans, and budgets to achieve them.
Through the direct oversight of day-to-day operations, s/he looks for future enhancement opportunities and provides long-term planning to ensure the development of priority plans, performance measurements, management controls, and critical success factors are achieved.
The National Executive Director leads the team in organizational planning and execution of the strategy. The incumbent guides the development of goals and develops/motivates staff, individually and collectively, through guidance to proper resources and coaching to maximize productivity.
Participate as a member of the Board's committees and in the recruitment and training processes when appropriate. The National Executive Director leads other strategic planning processes, evaluation and development of new business models; engaging Boards, staff, and external stakeholders as appropriate.
PROGRAM MANAGEMENT & MEMBERSHIP DEVELOPMENT
The National Executive Director project manages initiatives/activities organized by national committees; operations and convention development themes, content, speakers, and professional development sessions while serving as a liaison to professional chapters and their national program rollouts. Diversify and increasing an inclusive Pan-Asian membership-base as well as maintaining and enhancing current corporate partner/sponsors relations and sponsorship programs are critical responsibilities. The National Executive Director is also responsible for overseeing (participating at times) in the professional development activities as well as Thought Leadership initiatives. In addition, the incumbent will ultimately accountable for the engagement, involvement and participation of volunteers and unpaid leaders.
Accountable for the Ascend P&L, The National Executive Director ensures proper fiscal accounting and controls, as well as legal and fiduciary compliance, and must prudently manage organizational resources within budget guidelines according to current laws and regulations. In addition, the incumbent will work with the appropriate Board budget/finance/audit committees and appropriate staff to recommend a yearly budget for approval, while overseeing and strengthening the organizational infrastructure necessary to support and sustain Ascend's growth.
The ideal candidate should be a highly organized individual with strong leadership and organization management skills who desire to "give-back." In addition, the incumbent should possess the following skills:
10+ years of general management experience within a corporate environment
Proven administration skills and operational/people leadership abilities
Excellent team leader and player with good consensus building skills
Proven "operational excellence" experience with general knowledge of IT systems and processes
Fundraising, business and relationship development skills
Solid presentation/communication abilities, both written and oral
Strong project, vendor and relationship management skills
Ability to prioritize and juggle multiple priorities
Knowledge of a wide range Pan-Asian cultures desirable
Convention and volunteer event planning experience a plus
To apply, please send a résumé and cover letter via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or to:
Partner, Wesley, Brown & Bartle -1399 Franklin Avenue, Suite 201 Garden City, NY 11530
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The award-winning Flea Theater seeks a highly motivated General Manager with broad-based managerial skills. Candidate must have problem-solving abilities, leadership skills and the kind of attitude necessary to enjoy work in a lively downtown atmosphere. The GM will be an essential part of The Flea management team working closely with all staff members and under the guidance of the Producing and Artistic Directors.
The General Manager is responsible for overseeing the daily operations of every aspect of the theater and for the logistical coordination of all productions, ensuring all aspects both on and off stage run smoothly and seamlessly.
Candidate must have exceptional facility with budgets and numbers (proficiency with Excel and QuickBooks is a MUST) as the GM is responsible for overseeing the complete fiscal operations of the theater.
Responsibilities include: managing production and operation budgets; managing all incoming and outgoing funds from all accounts; working with outside accountants in facilitating The Flea's annual audit; contracting and hiring all production personnel; working with Equity, USA-Local 829 and SDC on selected productions.
The GM works directly with the Producing Director to schedule all productions at The Flea, both in-house and rental; this involves long term planning of all Flea spaces. The GM works with the Technical Director to ensure that Flea productions arrive on budget and on time, along with supervising and running production meetings. The GM oversees Flea staff, leads staff meetings and monitors box office, marketing and audience development activities. The GM also works closely with the development associate in all fundraising and benefit activities.
Ideal candidate should have 3-5 years experience and/or advanced degree. Salary is commensurate with experience and includes health benefits, which are paid 100% by The Flea. The Flea is an equal opportunity employer.
Start date is TBD spring/summer 2014.
To apply, please EMAIL resume and cover letter ASAP to:
Carol Ostrow, Producing Director
The Flea Theater
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In the past three years we have served over 300 students and provided 19,000 hours of free training. We are currently expanding and are looking for an enthusiastic and tech savvy individual in the NYC area to join our close knit team and help us achieve our goal of working with several hundred more students.
Your job will include proactively leading and working with a team to support the program's growth and its goals, managing the logistics of trainings, collecting metrics and reporting on progress, working collaboratively to develop and implement strategies to recruit students and trainers, managing relationships with partners, working closely with volunteers, and writing grants and proposals on behalf of the organization.
Bachelor's degree, required
3+ years work experience, required
Experience providing team leadership and supervising fellow employees, required
Experience coordinating events and activities, required
Ability to work weekends (when most trainings are held), required
Willingness to travel, required
Basic programming skills or a willingness to learn, strongly preferred
Experience working with high school students, strongly preferred
Understanding of systems' and processes' development, strongly preferred
Teaching experience, strongly preferred
Experience writing grants, strongly preferred
Submit a resume and cover letter briefly explaining why you personally care about our mission and why you would be a good fit for the position. Be prepared to provide a writing sample and two recommendations if requested. Application deadline is April 22. Email future(at)code now.org . Please use "CodeNow Project Manager" as the title of your email.
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This position reports to the Vice President, Resource Development. The ideal candidate will be a strong team player and possess the following attributes: motivated, proactive, independent, problem solver, with perseverance, and excellent written and verbal communications. The successful candidate will manage donation processing, donor database system and assist in donor outreach at American Foundation for the Blind (AFB).
Coordinate and oversee gift intake process: coordinate details of opening, cashiering and processing all gifts including direct mail, memorial and commemorative (including writing and sending acknowledgements), matching gifts (including creating and processing all forms associated with the matching gift process, special coding and follow-up), corporate and foundation, online and events. Scan/Copy/Process all gift coding forms.
Liaise with the finance department regarding gift processing: includes deposit slips, report generating, weekly reconciliations and monthly reviews.
Exercise a high level of ROI competency. Ensure accurate daily gift entries by cashiering firm; coordinate communication between AFB, database manager, cashiering firm, and other vendors addressing gift entry process issued. Learn new computer applications, as required. Train and oversee select staff to assist in gift entry process, if and as needed.
Maintain donor database for all AFB offices including gift entries and all data and tracking reports. Create and update prospect/donor records, drafting data points and notes, integrating electronic and paper files Assist with researching prospects, donors, honorees, etc.
Generate database reports to support all Resource Development donor activity; Utilize ROI to capture data, track moves management and provide statistic reporting to VP. Assist Vice President in approving monthly income reports for all fund-raising functions.
Generate lists and coordinate and implement mailings to targeted constituents, in support of institutional and major donor officers. This may include the AFB Leadership Conference, Helen Keller Achievement Awards and other local market fundraising event support.
Draft and coordinate materials for development cultivation, which may include proposals, direct mail, web copy, e-news, and e-appeals. Edit and proofread fundraising collateral materials, working with RD and Communications/Web teams, as needed.
Provide administrative support to Vice President as needed. Perform other duties and special projects, as assigned.
QUALIFICATIONS: College diploma or equivalent work experience. Proficiency in database management, data entry, and fundraising software. Two years of experience in fundraising communication, and ideally knowledge of direct mail and online giving. Strong written and verbal communication skills are essential, including editing and proofreading. Must be highly organized, with close attention to detail and a strong ability to prioritize. Ability to maintain confidentiality and work in a fast paced environment. Skilled in Microsoft Office Suite, Excel, Word and PowerPoint.
Interested parties, please email a Cover Letter, Resume, Salary Requirements and sample of a written fundraising communication to Human Resources at email@example.com
AFB IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. AFB DOES NOT DISCRIMINATE AGAINST EMPLOYEES WITH DISABILITIESAND WE INVITE PROTECTED VETERANS TO APPLY.
Weldon Enterprise Global IT is a provider of IT Managed Services, Technical Staffing and Non:Technical Staffing. We specialize in distinguished and insightful approaches to providing support to Fortune 500 corporations, Public Sector and Federal Agencies.
Weldon Enterprise Global IT is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
The Architect/Project Manager is responsible globally for the planning, execution and close out of platform technical assessment and Pilot technical refresh in support of the Global Plant Technology Life Cycle Project. For the Pilot sites (3:5) and the 53:55 site Technical Assessment, the Architect/PM will: Gather scope and perform technical assessment; Define and communicate high level platform demand information; Document deliverables in partnership with the PGS Site Leads; Maintain and communicate a project plan for infrastructure deliverables; Partner with the PGS BT Leads to track, prioritize, negotiate and communicate delivery progress ::::: The Architect/PM will perform a Technical Assessment of the Information Technology systems hosted with the PGS Manufacturing Sites (approx..58) and develop a strategy to the technical refresh and life cycle management of these systems. The project will include a test of the strategy by executing a 3:5 site Pilot w/in the AMER and EMEA zones. ::::: The PGS Architect/PM will participate in numerous forums to ensure clear, timely communications of site priorities, needs, constraints, etc. The PM must demonstrate excellent interpersonal skills and proficiency in building partnerships, negotiation, analysis and problem solving. Effective communications with all levels of staff including direct interaction with senior leadership. ::::: Responsibilities Establishes communication mechanisms to ensure platform requirements are clear and known to all relevant parties to enable successful and smooth delivery. -Plant Priority List -Plant Technical Assessment for each of the 58 in scope PGS Manufacturing Sites -Overall Strategy for the Technical Refresh (include capacity sizing) of the 58 PGS Manufacturing Sites -Pilot implementation of Technical Refresh Strategy at 3:5 AMER/EMEA PGS Sites -Identify High Business Impact Applications which need tactical solution to reduce technology failure risk -Business Proposal for overall site Technical Refresh:::: oSolution Overview by Site oSchedule oResource Plan oCost Breakdown - Publishes project progress reports and metrics. :::: Qualifications - BS in Information Technology, Scientific or Engineering field as a minimum, MS and/or MBA preferred -Minimum 15 years' experience managing Engineering projects -Managed large scale technology (server/storage/network) refresh projects. -Managed infrastructure projects w/in a manufacturing environment, Pharma preferred -Technical Architect / Design of Data Center systems -PMP certification preferred Technical Skill Requirements -15 + years of technical data center / infrastructure architecture and project management experience -Experience in application hosting, mid:tier, network, COTS and/or custom applications o EMC vBlock o Cisco Networking o Checkpoint Firewalls o EMC Storage (SAN/NAS o Data Center Architecture o DMZ -Hands on Service Delivery and Operations experience desirable :::: This is a 6:8 month contract position, No Overtime.
Welcome to Setton Farms...
Setton Farms of Terra Bella, Inc. is one of AmericaÃ??s largest pistachio growers and processors with ownership in over 7,000 acres of planted pistachios and facilities on over 50 acres. Located in the heart of the San Joaquin valley in California, Setton attends to each detail of growing, harvesting, processing, manufacturing and packaging of AmericaÃ??s best:tasting pistachios.
As a family:owned and operated pistachio company since the mid 1980Ã??s, we take great pride in our tradition of excellence and our continuous push for improvement. Our business philosophy was bred the day we began and remains steadfast today. Being successful means keeping our extended family of employees, growers and customers excited about producing the best pistachios for the long term.
We believe that the best ideas are always within reach, and for that reason our employees continue to be the most powerful asset for our future development. Never satisfied, we encourage the creativity of our engineers to enhance existing processes and develop custom machinery that will keep us at the frontier of technical development. Our employees share our passion for quality and value in everything we do, and we always reward success.
Setton employs the best strategies and practices in the industry in operating our state:of: the: art processing facility. Our impressive processing and storage facility spans 300,000 square feet, incorporating the latest technologies in each stage of production. Our ability to focus on every step of the process ensures the top quality and value of our products for our customers.
By exploring new technologies, supporting family farms and encouraging environmentally friendly production methods, Setton is striving to support the next generation while producing superior pistachio products.
Family:owned, dynamic and growing food manufacturer located in Long Island, NY seeks an experienced and qualified Quality Assurance Manager. Great opportunity for a hands:on manager to build a world:class QA program.
Perform Other Duties as Instructed by Supervisor:
Responsibilities and Duties:
Responsible for managing, monitoring and verifying all quality control processes and procedures within the food production facility
Oversee the implementation and compliance of all food safety and quality standards including HACCP, SOP, SSOP and GMP policies and procedures
Manage and assure full execution of all corporate Food Safety and Quality Assurance programs
Develop and initiate standards and procedures for inspections, auditing, testing, evaluations and compliance with the Food Safety Program
Operate effectiveness checks on all sanitation, cleaning, maintenance and testing procedures
Develop and implement procedures for disposition of consumer complaints
Interact with other departments to develop food safety training programs
Prepare for external and third:party, federal, state and local agency food inspections and audits
Review and approve required paperwork and documentation created by the various production, sanitation, QC, maintenance managers
Perform periodic HACCP/GMP/AIB audits within production areas
Oversee allergen control program and mitigate allergen risks throughout facility
Oversee pest, bird and rodent control program
Manage microbiological testing program as applicable for ingredients, materials and production
Recommend and implement corrective and preventative measures to improve product safety and quality standards
Manage HACCPplan CPand CCP monitoring, validations, calibrations
A minimum of 5:10 years experience in Quality Assurance or related.
Bachelors Degree, of related field from a four:year college or university required.
Weekly Pay available
We are looking for someone with the following:
-Can take direction and coaching well
-Willingness to learn and continually develop their skill set
-Willingness to be a team player
-Self-Motivated, punctual and reliable
-Strong ability to overcome objections
If you are a money-motivated individual with strong phone sales skills then please e-mail your resume or respond to this posting with a brief description of your qualifications, job history and why you are a good candidate for our company.
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Do you have what it take to be the boss? Could you make a business profitable with the solid support of an internationally-recognized brand? If so, Avis Budget Group has the opportunity for you!
As an *Agency Operator you will be responsible for:
- Growth and success of an Avis Budget Group location
- Staffing your location
- Marketing your operation
- Promoting world renowned Avis Budget Group "We Try Harder" values
- Maintaining a business plan aimed at developing rent-a-car business in your local area
- Daily operational costs
With our cars provided, you put yourself in the driver's seat to success.
After a paid training program, you will select your own employees and maintain a business plan aimed at developing rent-a-car business in your local area. To help grow your operation, an experienced staff will guide you through training, goal setting, sales and marketing. As the operator of your business, there are no earning limitations.
Our most successful Agency Operators are people-oriented, aggressive, goal-oriented and understand the importance of great customer service.
The Agency Operator should possess:
- Sales/Marketing experience
- Business ownership experience
- The ability to work independently
- Outstanding Customer Service Skills
- Car Rental/Travel experience preferred but not required.
To learn more about this Agency Operator opportunity, please follow the link below:
Avis Budget Group is an EEO Employer - Minorities / Females / Protected Veterans / Disabled
The information listed above is intended to describe the general nature and level of this position. Essential functions and responsibilities may change as business needs require. Your response to this advertisement may result in your consideration for employment with an affiliated company of Avis Budget Group, the publicly traded parent company of Avis Budget Car Rental, LLC and its subsidiaries. Offers of employment will be made by Avis Budget Car Rental, LLC or any of its employing companies or brands, including Avis, Budget, Budget Truck or AB Car Rental Services. Candidates must meet all basic qualifications and submit a complete application to be considered for this position. This posting serves as an advertisement of an existing open position only and does not qualify as the job description.
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Location: Jersey City, NJ, USA
Education Level: Bachelor's Degree
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We are looking for an experienced project leader within the Investment Advisor Services who has significant knowledge in the financial services industry, preferably in the Individual Investment Management/Funds/Wealth Management / Separately Managed Accounts/Trust.
- As part of this engagement, the IT lead needs to interface with business partners and clients located all across the US.
- The Project lead will participate in review of technology implementation of business functions that would need to be addressed to enhance this platform and convert new clients.
- Drive process of reviewing functional requirements and system-wide requirements. &#x2022; Manage complex deliverables and projects with multiple stakeholders (Product & Operations& Clients).
- The project lead would be able to deliver critical large scale projects on time and budget.
- Participate in development of the Functional Requirements documentation or other required documentation for each function in scope of implementation.
- Work with the Project Managers and other Project Leaders in identifying business needs and communicating them to software developers.
- As such, the project lead will act as a liaison between key business decision makers and programmers.
- This function would also involve gathering information and relevant data from the development team to communicate back to the business thereby establishing common understanding.
- Know the competition, understand what makes our product viable in the industry and drive roadmap to improve the overall competitive landscape of our products.
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- The ideal candidate will have a successful track record for delivering technical solutions and have diversified experience with application development, in conjunction with a strong understanding of the software development life cycle.
- Comprehensive communication and analytical skills are required, along with the ability to multi-task and work effectively under pressure in order to meet deadlines in a rapidly changing environment.
- 5 - 8years of proven financial background.
- 5 - 8years of proven work experience as technical product lead and project lead on implementation of business unit strategy projects.
- Ability to work in a very fast-paced, high-stress position.
- Ability to respond under pressure to many demands.
- Ability to work independently as well as collaboratively within a team environment.
- Wealth Management experience in all dimensions of the product with strong knowledge in Trust products.
- Focus on developing strong partnership with Product and operations to ensure a balanced view of technology needs.
- Focus on enhancing the product in the market with a keen eye towards scalability of operations and driving efficiencies.
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