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    • March 31, 2020
    • Wilmington, DE

    BarclaysThe role reports to Director, Head of Citizenship/Community Relations for US Consumer Bank. The role holder will ensure Barclays Citizenship programs supporting the US Consumer Bank are delivered against agreed objectives, on time and within budget, completing due diligence on all grant making and ensuring robust implementation of all governance policies. The role holder will also be responsible for effective colleague engagement in the community across the region.

    What will you be doing?

    • Support in Citizenship partner management by acting as primary volunteer contact and reporting coordinator with nonprofit partners.
    • Manage colleague engagement in Citizenship programs including executing volunteer programs.
    • Support in implementing global campaigns (Make a Difference month, Citizenship & Diversity Awards, etc.) across USCB locations, coordinating with Citizenship teams.
    • Comply with all governance requirements and conduct due diligence on donations, including support on external audit requests and conformance testing.
    • Ensure timely, accurate completion of all reporting including financial, program outcomes and colleague participation.
    • Responsible for processing donations and other costs for Citizenship programming.
    • Develop and manage communications in collaboration with USCB Communications team, including queries from colleagues.
    • Prepare presentations, briefings and speaking points.

    What we’re looking for:

    • Bachelor's degree required.
    • 4+ years of professional experience, including experience in a corporation.
    • 4 years in Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint skills.
    • 2+ years background in corporate social responsibility preferred.

    Skills that will help you in the role:

    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
    • Ability to work independently.
    • Proactive, resourceful and enthusiastic team player.
    • Excellent stakeholder and relationship management skills, with ability to influence. Experience engaging and interacting with multiple stakeholders, adapting style as appropriate, especially with leaders.
    • Able to work quickly and effectively under pressure, with an ability to manage multiple priorities and deadlines.
    • Excellent understanding and proven knowledge/experience of Barclays Citizenship strategy as well as the role of Citizenship in the broader business priorities.
    • Good understanding of Barclays' businesses, their leadership teams, strategic priorities as well as Barclays' group structure and strategy.

    Where will you be working?

    Barclays' Wilmington campus includes a beautiful building located along the historic Wilmington Riverfront. A glance out our windows reveal a scenic look at the Christina River, along with a growing riverfront community of luxury apartments, shops, and restaurants. Additionally, the Wilmington train station is a short walk away making travel from New York and Washington, DC convenient.

    Interested and want to know more about Barclays? Visit home.barclays/who-we-are/ for more details.

    Apply via this link:



    • March 31, 2020
    • Allentown, PA

    The Harry C. Trexler Trust is a private foundation established with the estates of Harry C. and Mary Mosser Trexler.  During the more than 80 years of its operation, the Trexler Trust has distributed over $160 million to Lehigh County charities including more than $53 million to the City of Allentown for the “improvement, extension and maintenance of all its Parks.”  The Trust’s mission is “of the most benefit to humanity … of the City of Allentown and the County of Lehigh.”  The current market value of the assets exceeds $130 million.

    The Trexler Trust is governed by five, court-appointed Trustees.  The office is located in Allentown, Pennsylvania, and currently managed by a professional staff of three employees. 

    Job Summary

    The Program Officer is responsible for the planning and coordination of the grant review process and the monitoring of the standards for grantmaking.  This position evaluates grant proposals, completes site visits, and prepares grant summaries and recommendations to the Trustees.  The Program Officer monitors compliance with grant terms and serves as the technical and administrative liaison to grant-seeking agencies.  

    Reports To

    The position reports directly to the Executive Director.

    Responsibilities

    • Assists the Executive Director in the development of the standards for grantmaking and grantee relationships.  The position reviews requests from grantees and makes recommendations as to the appropriateness and significance of grant applications.
    • Serves as a liaison between the Trust and grant applicants.  Works with applicants to develop grant requests suitable for consideration by the Trustees. 
    • Establishes a conceptual and analytical framework to determine the relative merit of the grant proposal. 
    • Reviews and analyzes grant applications and prepares written summaries for the annual grantmaking prospectus.
    • Develops special analyses to provide insight and assistance for the Trustees’ use as they deliberate on the merits of grant requests. 
    • Monitors compliance with terms of awards.  Evaluates and reports grant effectiveness and outcomes for individual grantees and the Trust as a grantmaking institution.
    • Establishes and maintains effective professional relationships in the field and keeps abreast of new concepts, ideas, and resources in philanthropy.
    • Maintains broad, current knowledge and understanding of specific charitable organizations and issues within Lehigh County, Pennsylvania.
    • Functions as an essential part of the office team and participates fully in tasks and special projects as assigned.
    • Maintains confidentiality of conversations, procedures, and documents for the organization.  Exercises good judgement and discretion handling confidential information.  

    Qualifications

    • Bachelor’s degree required; work experience in private philanthropy, nonprofit management, public policy, social policy, public health, or a relevant area.
    • Knowledge of best practices, and legal, accounting, and regulatory requirements for grantmaking; understanding of IRS regulations regarding nonprofits. 
    • Significant knowledge and understanding of the development and review of proposals; a minimum of three years of responsible experience as a funder or practitioner. 
    • Good listening and analytical skills.  Comfortable receiving and gathering input from many sources, and able to analyze and formulate disparate information into a sound, well-organized message. 
    • Extensive oral and written communication skills; a highly effective communicator.   
    • Organizational and analytical skills to review and report on technical and financial data to formulate the annual grantmaking prospectus.
    • Well-organized with respect for details, accuracy, and deadlines.  Maturity and ability to balance multiple priorities and set realistic goals and objectives. 
    • Proficiency in full suite of Microsoft Office applications including Word, Access, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook, plus, a variety of search engines to conduct research. 
    • Ability to maintain a professional and effective working relationship with Trustees, fellow staff members, grantees, and members of other organizations.
    • Humility to represent the institution’s best interests as one member of the institution. 
    • Commitment to uphold the foundation’s code of ethics and maintain the standards of confidentiality for administrative operations and external public relations.

    Compensation

    Up to $75,000 with generous benefits including a 403(b) retirement plan and healthcare

    Requirements/Other

    • Sitting/standing over 75% of on-the-job time
    • Computer work over 75% of on-the-job time
    • Close vision required
    • Stooping, kneeling, bending under 25% of on-the-job time
    • Hearing, listening, and talking 100% of on-the-job time
    • Occasional overtime required including attendance at grantee functions in the early morning, evenings, and on weekends
    • Ability to travel locally using own transportation; roughly 60% of on-the-job time
    • Moderate noise environment – business office
    • No unusual work environment hazards, non-smoking environment

    Eligibility

    The Trust is an equal opportunity employer.  A smoke-free hiring policy is in effect.   Applicants must be legally eligible to work in the United States.  All qualified applicants and employees will receive consideration for employment or advancement without regard to age, race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, marital status, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, physical abilities, or nationality.

    How to Apply

    Please send a cover letter and resume via U.S. Mail or email.  Please do not telephone.  Program Officer

    Harry C. Trexler Trust

    33 S. Seventh Street, Suite 205

    Allentown, PA 18101

    EChomka@TrexlerTrust.org

    Harry C. Trexler Trust

    (http://www.TrexlerTrust.org)


    • April 01, 2020
    • Remote

    Down Syndrome Affiliates in ActionDown Syndrome Affiliates in Action (DSAIA) is a nonprofit trade association serving Down syndrome associations. DSAIA represents more than 1,000 leaders in the Down syndrome community from over 80 organizations. Our members range from brand new start-ups to 40-year veteran organizations in the United States and abroad. For more information, visit https://www.dsaia.org/

    The Executive Director is the key management leader of Down Syndrome Affiliates in Action and currently the only paid staff person. The Executive Director, who works remotely, is responsible for overseeing the administration, programs, and strategic plan of the organization. Other key duties include administration/board relations, member outreach/support, marketing/communications, conference coordination and fundraising. The position reports directly to the Board of Directors.

    Responsibilities

    Programs/Membership

    • Maintain and evaluate current programs, including but not limited to: Leaders’ Circles, Affiliate Accreditation, and member educational opportunities.
    • Apply for grants, ensure compliance, and manage reporting.  Maintain open communication with current member organizations to support their needs.
    • Actively recruit new member organizations and ensure high member retention.


    Conference:

    • Work alongside board to identify future conference venue.
    • Manage conference committee, and work alongside them to plan and promote a successful annual conference.
    • Secure sponsorship relationships for the annual conference.
    • Travel to the conference and manage operations alongside co-chairs. o Conference is already booked for February 18-21 in Las Vegas.
    • Adhere to conference budget, ensuring conference meets budgeted net revenue.


    Operations:

    • Manage daily financial activities of the Association, including deposits, invoices and payables, and bank accounts.
    • Communicate with the bookkeeper to ensure accurate finances are recorded and reported to the Board of Directors.
    • Work with the Board Treasurer on maintaining accurate records of financial activities Communication
    • Work with Board Chair to create and manage regular board meetings.
    • Meet with Board of Directors on pre-determined schedule to communicate organizational needs and share financial and programmatic reports.
    • Provide regular updates to the Executive Committee and board.
    • Work in conjunction with interim Executive Director in a consulting capacity during transition.
    • Manage email communication, including membership newsletters, and constituent database.
    • Assist in the content of the website and manage the social media channels. Overall
    • Promote the organization positively at all times.
    • Build and maintain positive relationships with external organizations.
    • Work with committees in order to ensure success of the organization.


    Details:

    Anticipated Start Date: June 1, 2020

    Salary: $40,000

    Position Type: Part Time (approximately 25 hours a week) Benefits as well as paid time off to be discussed during interview.


    Minimum Professional Qualifications:

    • Bachelor’s degree in Human Services or related field (preferred).
    • Three or more years nonprofit senior management experience.
    • Experience and skill in working with a board of directors.
    • Demonstrated skill in critical thinking and strategic planning. Ability to envision and convey the organization's strategic future to the staff, board, volunteers and donors.
    • Strong written and oral communication skills.
    • Strong public speaking ability.
    • Strong work ethic with a high degree of energy.
    • Strong knowledge of technology and social media tools.
    • Maintain a leadership culture of transparency and integrity- both personally and throughout the organization.
    • Ability to effectively communicate the organization's mission to donors, volunteers and the overall community.
    • Active fundraising experience. Excellent donor relations skills and understanding of the funding community.
    • April 10, 2020
    • Trenton, NJ

    Image result for council of new jersey grantmakersThe Council of New Jersey Grantmakers is seeking an Office Manager/Executive Assistant. This position reports directly to the President and ensures that overall office operations are managed effectively and coordinated efficiently. It also provides administrative support to the President, the Council’s Board of Trustees and a part-time Finance Manager.

    RESPONSIBILITIES

    Operations

    • Assist with registration for Signature Events, and onsite logistics for meetings and CNJG’s extensive docket of skill building and issue-oriented programs.

    • Support Finance Manager with regard to AP/AR, filing, audit prep, etc.; maintain up to date tracking of membership renewals and invoicing.

    • Order, track and maintain all office supplies including printed materials.

    • Serve as primary point of contact with the property manager and handle all facilities related problems.

    • Manage office equipment and serve as liaison with vendors and with service contractors including IT.

    • Expedite all member and other promotional mailings.

    • Accurately proof read communications, correspondence, proposals and other materials.

    • Manage annual document retention and destruction process in accordance with policy and in coordination with the Finance Manager.


    Executive Office

    • Coordinate a range of administrative support tasks for the President with a high level of professionalism and confidentiality. Apply high level written communication skills to craft correspondence and meeting minutes as well as overseeing all writing and correspondence on behalf of the President and Board, ensuring accuracy.

    • Manage the President’s working calendar

    • Anticipate needs of the board, coordinate follow-up activities and related next steps.

    • Assist with the President's correspondence and receive visitors.

    • Support President by managing special projects as assigned; anticipate needs.

    • Handle logistics for Board and Executive Committee (if applicable) meetings, produce meeting minutes, report dashboards, maintain the bylaws and all other historical records of the Board.

    • Ensure all fiduciary requirements are met by the Board in relation to Annual Meeting of the Membership, including official meeting notice and nomination slate.

    Requirements

    • Bachelor’s degree, plus at least two years of related experience; or some college with extended related experience.

    • Excellent writing skills; exceptional proofreading abilities.

    • Highly organized with ability to appropriately problem-solve and exercise good judgment.

    • Strong interpersonal skills, comfortable talking with members, stakeholders and the general public, with strong orientation toward service and consensus-building. Ability to maintain confidentiality.

    • Experience working with C-Suite of the organization.

    • Must be a self-starter, initiating and completing new ideas to ensure an efficient and well functioning administrative office and operations.

    • High computer proficiency including e-mail, web browsers, the Microsoft Office suite of applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher) as well as experience with database/client relation programs.

    • Strong work ethic, demonstrated ability to be self-directed and willingness to work extended hours as needed.

    • Must be a team player with an upbeat attitude, gracious demeanor and ability to work independently in small office environment.

    • Excellent judgment, organizational and managerial skills. Ability to prioritize effectively, multi-task and shift priorities quickly.

    • Familiarity with the nonprofit and philanthropic sectors is a plus.

    • Support other staff on occasion and as needed.


    Physical Expectations:

    The Office Manager/Executive Assistant must be able to:

    • Drive and travel around the state to attend board meetings which are rotated. • May require occasional overnight stay

    • Lift less than 30lbs

    • Work at a desk with repetitive hours at a computer

    • Participate in occasional early morning and/or evening work


    Salary will be in the mid to upper $40K, contribution to CNJG health insurance policy, generous 401K contribution after 12 months, personal time off and standard holidays. The final candidate for the position must successfully complete a background check.

    CNJG is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

    Interested candidates should send cover letter and resume by email to: cnjgsearch@cnjg.org with OFFICE MANAGER in the Subject Line by March 30, 2020

    • April 10, 2020
    • Washington, D.C.

    Grantmakers for Effective Organizations (GEO)The GEO community makes the difference between grantmaking as usual and transformational change. We're more than 6,600 grantmakers working together to turn a hunger for more effective philanthropy into clear pathways for achieving it. We're cutting through the noise to lift up the practices that matter most to nonprofits and communities.

    The GEO community gives grantmakers the opportunity to work with others navigating the same journey to improve. With conferences focused on solving of-the-moment challenges, regular opportunities for peer learning, and publications that lift up best practice and examples from peers, GEO speeds grantmakers' progress on the road to effectiveness. Four out of five GEO members outpace the field in adopting smarter grantmaking practices. To learn more about how GEO is making faster progress possible, visit www.geofunders.org.

    Position Description

    The director of programs (peer learning) plays a key role in developing a strategic vision for, designing and delivering GEO's peer learning and community building programming, including cohorts, workshops, speaking engagements, webinars and member calls. Working closely with program staff as well as with members and key stakeholders, they plan, implement, and manage impactful opportunities for grantmakers to learn and connect with one another across a variety of in-person and remote settings. The director reports to the vice president of the programs and supervises members of the peer learning subteam. As a director at GEO, they hold responsibility for stewarding organizational culture, talent development, planning/budgeting, strengthening the connections between programming and revenue, and fostering alignment and relationships across the team and organization. This position involves about 20% travel.

    How to Apply:

    Interested applicants should apply on our jobs page at https://www.geofunders.org/about-us/jobs, a resume and cover letter must be included with your application. We will accept applications until the position is filled. Priority will be given to applications received by January 6, 2020. In your cover letter please address the following:

    • Why are you a good fit for this position?
    • Tell us about your experience developing and delivering peer learning programming
    • Describe your approach to management and supervision
    • What appeals to you about working at GEO?

      If you were working with us, here are some of the things you would have done last week:

    • Facilitated a meeting of the peer learning team to discuss lessons learned from last quarter's programming
    • Discussed the draft 2020 peer learning budget and work plan with other directors and members of the senior team; suggested revisions to peer learning revenue goals
    • Prepared for the upcoming staff-wide Intercultural Development Inventory training
    • Fielded a call with a partner organization interested in hosting a workshop featuring content from GEO's most recent publication
    • Held a planning session with the other speakers in a breakout you're facilitating at an industry conference in November
    • Connected with members to begin designing a new member network within the GEO community
    • Met with your direct reports for quarterly feedback conversations

     Qualifications

    • 8-10 years of relevant work experience, including designing and delivering programming (i.e. workshops, conference sessions, webinars, cohorts/communities of practice)
    • Knowledge of adult learning and change management practices
    • Track record of supervising and developing a diverse group of people in an inclusive way
    • Experience leading and/or navigating an organizational change process
    • Skilled facilitator and presenter who brings their energy and enthusiasm into content delivery
    • Able to hold the strategic through line of a variety of programming with different levels of direct involvement
    • Experience centering racial equity in content and conversations
    • Able to delegate and work collaboratively on a team while supporting professional growth of colleagues
    • Knowledge of philanthropy and organizational effectiveness
    • Commitment to and experience working in the nonprofit sector
    • Willingness to support an organization in the midst of cultural transformation to integrate a racial equity lens into its mission.


    Salary and Benefits

    GEO offers a competitive salary ($80k's-90k's) and a generous benefits package, including 100 percent employer paid health insurance, three weeks of vacation, twelve sick days, a 7 percent employer retirement contribution, a commitment to professional development and growth, along with a Metro accessible location in downtown D.C.

    Grantmakers for Effective Organizations is an equal opportunity employer. GEO is committed to equal employment opportunities in recruitment, hiring, promotion, training, compensation and disciplinary action with regard to the terms and conditions of employment. GEO does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, national origin, color, age, sex, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, personal appearance, family responsibilities, matriculation, political affiliation or any other legally protected characteristic.


    • April 10, 2020
    • Washington, D.C.

    Grantmakers for Effective Organizations (GEO)The GEO community makes the difference between grantmaking as usual and transformational change. We're more than 6,600 grantmakers working together to turn a hunger for more effective philanthropy into clear pathways for achieving it. We're cutting through the noise to lift up the practices that matter most to nonprofits and communities.

    The GEO community gives grantmakers the opportunity to work with others navigating the same journey to improve. With conferences focused on solving of-the-moment challenges, regular opportunities for peer learning, and publications that lift up best practice and examples from peers, GEO speeds grantmakers' progress on the road to effectiveness. Four out of five GEO members outpace the field in adopting smarter grantmaking practices. To learn more about how GEO is making faster progress possible, visit www.geofunders.org.

    Position Description

    Under the direction of the director of membership/development, the membership/development associate administers the renewal process for GEO's 600+ member organizations. As the front-line customer service contact for members, the membership/development associate works with members to help them access members-only content and to offer connections to relevant resources. The associate supports GEO's development efforts, working with the department specialist and director to identify, solicit, nurture and sustain relationships with GEO's grant funders.

    How to Apply

    Interested applicants should apply on our jobs page at https://www.geofunders.org/about-us/jobs, a resume and cover letter must be included with your application. We will accept applications until the position is filled. In your cover letter please address the following:

    • Why are you a good fit for this position?
    • Describe your idea of member/customer satisfaction
    • How you worked with a team to accomplish a goal?
    • What appeals to you about working at GEO?

    If you were working with us, here are some of the things you would have done last week:

    • Distributed renewal materials to over 60 members using GEO's renewal software programs and conducted retention efforts with recently renewing members
    • Pulled a report from GEOs Salesforce database detailing which members have outstanding renewals and may need additional outreach
    • Pulled a mailing list and sent invitations to prospective members and funders inviting them to a board-hosted breakfast in New York City
    • Discussed with the director during your weekly check-in about how GEO could offer online payment options for its renewals
    • Responded to an email from a GEO member looking for our latest publication or other resources on supporting nonprofit leadership development
    • Called 10 members with outstanding renewals that have not yet responded to email outreach
    • Reserved an off-site meeting space for the Membership/Development team planning meeting
    • Participated in a conversation with other associates about how GEO's culture can best support organizational goals around learning and equity

    Qualifications

    • Minimum of two years of relevant work experience, including internships, preferably within nonprofit or philanthropic organizations
    • Demonstrated ability to follow structured processes and manage workflows that involve interruptions and multiple projects moving forward at the same time
    • Motivated to follow up with and reach out to current and potential members and funders as needed to ensure the organization meet financial goals
    • Customer service experience being the front-line contact for questions and issues, and a proven ability to turn problems into solutions
    • Experience with a CRM database (Salesforce experience preferred)
    • Experience communicating in different formats and with people of diverse backgrounds and work styles
    • Willingness to support an organization in the midst of cultural transformation to integrate a racial equity lens into its mission

    Salary and Benefits

    GEO offers a competitive salary (mid $40k-$50k) and a generous benefits package, including 100 percent employer paid health insurance, four weeks of vacation, twelve sick days, a 7 percent employer retirement contribution, a commitment to professional development and growth, along with a Metro accessible location in downtown D.C.

     

    Grantmakers for Effective Organizations is an equal opportunity employer. GEO is committed to equal employment opportunities in recruitment, hiring, promotion, training, compensation and disciplinary action with regard to the terms and conditions of employment. GEO does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, national origin, color, age, sex, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, personal appearance, family responsibilities, matriculation, political affiliation or any other legally protected characteristic.

     Full Job Description


    • April 10, 2020
    • Washington, DC

    Image result for peak grantmakingPEAK Grantmaking advances the field of grantmaking so that grantmakers and grantseekers can best achieve their missions. As the professional home for seasoned and emerging grants management leaders, PEAK creates space for members to learn from each other and bring innovation to their home institutions. As an organization with members working at the nexus of craft and impact in an evolving philanthropic sector, PEAK Grantmaking is leading a conversation about values-based grantmaking. With a network of nearly 4,400 individual members and 372 organizational members, and supported by a talented staff of twelve, PEAK has reached a pivotal time of growth and organizational transformation. PEAK now seeks its next President & CEO to carry forward a vision and strategy that elevates the profession and field of grants management as key contributors to philanthropic strategy and effectiveness.

    The President & CEO will work closely with the Board and staff to articulate and implement a vision for the future of PEAK, ensuring a values-driven approach in which equity, diversity, inclusion, awareness of power dynamics in the craft of philanthropy, and a commitment to learning, sharing, and evolving are integrated and operationalized in the organizational strategy. He/she/they will engage PEAK membership and build the organizational value proposition, while also cultivating strong partnerships with the field of philanthropy serving organizations and the broader philanthropic sector.

    The President & CEO will be a seasoned leader with deep commitment to the field of philanthropy and a sophisticated understanding of the role that grants management plays in supporting the broader field of philanthropy in stewarding resources effectively and achieving impact. He/she/they will have demonstrated experience building community or creating a dynamic space that invites others in for learning and collaboration; ability to elevate areas of collective interest and champion compelling ideas to meaningful action. He/she/they will be a supportive team leader and manager with the skills to guide the organization through this transformative change.

    To Apply

    PEAK Grantmaking is partnering with Katherine Jacobs, Linh Nguyen, and Cara Pearsall of NPAG to manage applications. To apply, send a cover letter describing your interest and qualifications, your resume (in Word format), and where you learned of the position to PEAK-CEO@nonprofitprofessionals.com. In order to expedite the internal sorting and reviewing process, please type your name (Last, First) as the only contents in the subject line of your e-mail.


    Compensation 

    The salary range for the President and CEO role is $225,000-250,000 per year, commensurate with experience.

    To read the full position description and review application instructions, click to download.


    • April 10, 2020
    • Washington, D.C.

    Image result for peak grantmakingPEAK Grantmaking is a vibrant, member-led community of more than 4,000 professionals who specialize in grants management for funding organizations. We elevate the expertise of grants management professionals and foster their collaboration to strengthen the practice of grantmaking. We enable philanthropy to achieve its full potential to fuel change for good. We are the only organization dedicated solely to advancing the “how” of grantmaking. The Regional Chapter Manager leads and manages the operation and growth of PEAK Grantmaking’s 14 regional chapters and acts as the main liaison between the national association and chapters. The Manager communicates PEAK Grantmaking’s strategy and expectations to the regional chapter volunteers and trains volunteers in effective practices to run chapters, recruit and manage volunteer teams, and grow and engage membership. As the liaison, the Manager represents PEAK Grantmaking at regional chapter events and develops regional chapter programming. The Manager also oversees the recruitment and retention of regional chapter volunteers, tracks chapter progress and performance, and offers needed support for chapters to be successful – providing administrative support along with guidance and advice. The Manager collaborates with volunteers and staff across the organization to effectively build and maintain the chapters. The Regional Chapter Manager reports to the Membership Director.

    Duties, Responsibilities, and Authority

    Key duties and responsibilities include:

    Member Promotion and Engagement

    • Represent PEAK Grantmaking at regional chapter events to promote membership in PEAK Grantmaking and listen to member feedback
    • Create and share tools to promote PEAK Grantmaking membership consistently at regional chapter meetings
    • Provide regional chapter officers with monthly membership rosters, updates, and trends to track and encourage member recruitment and engagement.
    • With the Member Relationship Manager, manage recruitment of new and retention of current members in regional chapters through membership promotion and engagement o Manage website content, marketing materials, and promotions relative to regional chapters, with the Communications Team. o Identify potential organization members and sponsors from regional chapters.
    • Manage scholarship and membership promotional programs relative to regional chapter meetings.

    Programs

    • With regional chapter officers and PEAK Grantmaking Programs team, create and deliver effective regional chapter meetings at our annual conference and at least two times per year per region. o Post and run registration for regional chapter events. Provide registration updates with regional chapter officers.
    • Develop and implement strategies to consistently collect and track regional chapter event evaluations and utilize results to continually improve chapter events.
    • Develop partnerships with regional grantmaking associations and other partners to support local chapter member programs and advance PEAK Grantmaking’s strategic plan. Leadership Development
    • Oversee and coordinate chapter volunteer recruitment efforts to identify strong leaders and ensure governance structure is strong and stable for each regional chapter.
    • Plan, create, and conduct annual regional chapter volunteer orientations for all regional chapter officer positions.
    • Plan and conduct quarterly opportunities for regional chapter officers to learn effective practices and updates from each other and PEAK Grantmaking staff (this includes one inperson meeting at the annual conference and three virtual meetings)
    • Plan and implement annual 2-day Leadership Summit for Regional Chapter Chairs and Vice Chairs.
    • Develop and deliver additional training to regional chapter volunteers on leadership and best practices in regional chapter management. Strategy and Operations
    • Develop and manage communications to and from regional chapters to keep volunteers informed and engaged in PEAK Grantmaking’s strategic efforts and to promote their growth.
    • Create content for monthly Chapter Connections e-newsletter, highlighting chapter events and opportunities for chapter volunteers.
    • Annually, collect regional chapter officer and volunteer information from every regional chapter and update in membership database. o Throughout the year, ensure regional chapter officer and volunteer information in membership database is accurate.
    • Annually, collect regional chapter annual plans and year-end reports from every regional chapter, analyze results, and provide chapter volunteers with trends.
    • Develop and monitor annual regional chapter budget and achieve registration revenue targets for regional chapter meetings. o Manage data, records, and reports relating to chapter affiliations in the association’s database.
    • Perform routine audits of the regional chapter lists and follow up on inconsistencies, missing member information, or member changes of employment.
    • Performs other duties as assigned.

    Requirements:

    • A minimum of 3-5 years proven experience in an association or other nonprofit focused on comparable responsibilities

    • Excellent written and public-speaking communication skills

    • Excellent time management, project organization, problem-solving, relationship building, and team-building skills.

    • Volunteer management, training and/or teaching experience is required.

    • Proficient in using Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook).

    • Experience and proficiency in using collaborative software (specifically Zoom, Asana, SharePoint or similar programs).

    • Strong attention to detail, high level of customer service skills.

    • Intermediate experience working in association database.

    • Be flexible, resourceful, innovative, and self-motivated.

    • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment with changing priorities and to handle multiple tasks at once.

    • Ability to work collaboratively and independently.

    • Ability to work in a remote office and to work with a virtual team.

    • Discretion and sound judgment on setting and adjusting priorities is required.

    • Ability to travel (about 3-5 days per month) is required. Travel for this position includes to the annual national conference in March, as well as visiting the regional chapter events on a regular basis.

    • This position is based in the Washington, D.C. area. The Manager can expect to work from the office about 1-2 days per week and may work remotely otherwise.

    Compensation

    A comprehensive salary and benefits package will be offered. The salary range for this position is $65,000 – 75,000, commensurate with experience.


    Equal opportunity and having a diverse staff are fundamental principles of PEAK Grantmaking, where employment and promotional opportunities are based on individual capabilities and qualifications without regard to race, color, religion, gender, pregnancy, sexual orientation/affectional preference, age, national origin, marital status, citizenship, disability, veteran status or any other protected category as established under law. 

    • April 20, 2020
    • Philadelphia, PA

    Logo of Travis Manion FoundationPosition Summary

    The Northeast Region Coordinator will support the daily operations associated with the Travis Manion Foundation’s youth character development programs - Character Does Matter (CDM) presentation, Character Leader Courses (CLC), and regional service projects - within the region. The PC will introduce TMF and CDM programming to youth organizations, school administrators, sports groups, and students and continue to deepen existing relationships. The coordinator will also coordinate events (socials, service projects, and character seminars) that help connect our Veterans and civilian communities in positive ways. The coordinator will provide the Northeast Region Manager all required logistical and administrative support.

    This position operates from Travis Manion Foundation’s Northeast Regional Office, in Center City Philadelphia, with regular travel throughout Pennsylvania and the tri-state area.  

    About the Travis Manion Foundation

    Travis Manion Foundation (TMF) unites communities to strengthen America's national character by empowering veterans and families of fallen to develop and lead future generations. In 2007, 1stLt Travis Manion was killed in Iraq while saving his wounded teammates. Travis' legacy lives on in the words he spoke before leaving for his final deployment, "If Not Me, Then Who..." Guided by this mantra, veterans continue their service, develop strong relationships with their communities, and thrive in their post-military lives by serving as character role models to youth. As a result, communities prosper and the character of our nation’s heroes lives on in the next generation.

    Duties and Responsibilities

    Program Coordination and Execution

    ·      Plans and organizes logistics for all TMF CDM program-related events, including but not limited to: volunteer trainings, mentor presentations, leadership courses, speaking engagements, training seminars, informational sessions, service projects, national engagement programs, etc.

    ·      Works closely with the Northeast Region Manager to develop, execute, and assess a local strategy for best delivering TMF programs and provides insight on the resources required by that strategy.

    ·      Engage volunteer pool to increase support for TMF programs; this includes teachers, administrators, community partners, other charitable organizations, youth groups, etc

    ·      Oversees quality control of the program throughout the region and provides input on how to improve local operations

    ·      Manages program inventory and equipment. Assembles, organizes and sends all supplies and materials to remote volunteers and program-delivery sites as required

    Community Outreach

    ·      Identifies and connects with new youth organizations and groups

    ·      Seeks out opportunities - tabling events, career fairs, conferences, networking events, etc - to recruit new ambassadors, mentors, and inspired civilians to participate in TMF events.

    ·      Shares content and engaging posts, stories, and videos on program impact through social media, videos, flyers, etc to create buzz around TMF programming.

    ·      Implement and maintain online marketing strategies through various social media platforms – regional Facebook pages, chapter pages, Instagram, Twitter, blogs, etc 

    Administrative

    ·      Responsible for all program-related clerical needs including informing/updating weekly reports, completing feedback forms and after action reports, updating information on various various databases and systems (ie Salesforce, Dropbox, Classy, Formstack).

    ·      Records, tracks and manages all data associated with CDM metrics, survey evaluations, event activities, etc. Prepares reports on volunteer and student impact for management.

    Miscellaneous Activities

    ·      Provide support as needed to the National Engagement Programs team to ensure the successful execution of Operation Legacy, Heroes’ Run, and Expeditions. 

    ·      Events are, with a few exceptions, within the region and will require some after-hours and weekend work. Periodic travel.

    ·      Other duties as assigned

    Qualifications

    ·      Bachelor’s Degree; minimum of 2 years’ work experience in education, human services, social work, or a related field. 


    ·      Self-starter with outstanding attention to detail, excellent organizational skills and professional customer service-skills;

    ·      Must be self-reliant and initiative-driven, while still being an effective and collaborative team member; Energetic, flexible, and proactive

    ·      Remains focused and efficient in the face of pressure, delivers results with timelines; not intimidated by complex tasks, challenging timelines, or a fast-paced work environment

    ·      Dedicated to the foundation’s mission and has a passion for service/community development

    ·      Familiar with Microsoft Suite, Salesforce and other systems used to manage program related data.

    How to Apply

    careers@travismanion.com

    http://www.travismanion.org

    Qualified candidates should submit a resume and a cover letter describing his or her background as it related to the position description with salary expectations.  No phone calls or faxes. Due to the volume of applications, TMF cannot notify applicants of the status of their applications unless an interview is requested.



    • April 30, 2020

    Tech Impact logoTech Impact is a nonprofit whose mission is to empower communities and nonprofits to use technology to better serve our world.  We provide affordable technology services, support, and knowledge resources to hundreds of nonprofits across the nation.  We also prepare young adults for careers through our ITWorks and CXWorks workforce development programs.  

    Position Overview
    The Development Director reports to the Managing Director of Programs and Philanthropy. Primary responsibilities are overseeing all Fundraising/Development activities. The Development Director manages two Development staff members: the Grants Manager (located Delaware) and the Nevada Development Coordinator (located in Nevada).

    Position Location                                                               
    This position is located primarily in our Wilmington, Delaware office, with time split as needed between Delaware and our Philadelphia headquarters, and occasional travel to our Washington, DC office and Las Vegas office. Some other local or regional travel as needed to support our programs and events. 

    Compensation and Benefits
    This is a full-time, exempt position with full benefits and a salary commensurate with experience.

    Specific Job Responsibilities

    • Manage a calendar of 80+ grants and 60+ reports annually, in support of an annual Contributed Revenues budget of $2M+ (primarily comprised of corporate, foundation, and government grants; event sponsorships, and a small amount of individual donations).
    • Write grants and reports, and review grants and reports prepared by Development staff members; oversee contribution acknowledgment process. Grants are primarily in support of Tech Impact’s workforce development programs but may include grants which support the IT Services side of the organization.
    • Cultivate funding relationships and partnerships with organizations in the communities Tech Impact serves (currently DC, DE, PA, and NV), including nonprofits, corporations, foundations, and government agencies.
    • Plan and execute the annual Greater Philadelphia luncheon fundraising event (fall), with a goal of raising $180K-$200K in general operating revenues, including planning, engaging and guiding the sponsorships committee (which includes Board and Advisory Board members), cultivating sponsorships, coordinating vendors and volunteers, and executing the event.
    • Manage two Development team members, providing day-to-day oversight, constructive feedback, and career development opportunities.
    • Assist local Nevada team members, including the Development Coordinator and Regional Director, with planning and executing the annual Southern Nevada luncheon fundraising event (spring).
    • Oversee a small individual donor appeal (typically year-end with some giving days throughout the year).
    • Assist in preparing the annual Fundraising budget and provide regular updates to the Managing Director of Programs and Philanthropy.
    • Represent Tech Impact in community events (including AFP and other) as needed.
    • Participate in Tech Impact meetings, retreats, and special projects, as needed.


    Job Qualifications

    • 5-7 years of experience working at a nonprofit organization, with 2-4 years in Fundraising/Development, is required, with preferably 1-2 years in a Manager/Director capacity.
    • Significant experience writing complex grants and reports (preferably experience with government grants), with a successful track record of securing funding.
    • Bachelor’s degree is required. Master’s degree and/or CFRE certification are a plus.
    • The ideal candidate will possess knowledge and experience with workforce development trends, programs, funding, and best practices.
    • Excellent technical and persuasive writing and oral communication skills are required. 
    • Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and experience with CRM databases, such as Salesforce.com, is required.  
    • The ability to think independently and creatively, plan and meet deadlines while multi-tasking, and exercise sound judgment and diplomacy is required.  This individual should be organized and detail-oriented, energetic, team-oriented, and results-oriented.


    How to Apply: All candidates must submit a cover letter and resume with the subject line “Development Director” to Jobs@techimpact.org.


    • May 01, 2020
    • Philadelphia, PA

    Logo of Penn Center for Community Health WorkersAbout the opportunity: We have developed IMPaCT, a nationally-recognized, evidence-based Community Health Worker (CHW) model, and there is growing demand from organizations across the country to use our tools and training to start or improve CHW programs. We’re looking for highly-engaging, dynamic individuals with a passion for social justice to train CHWs across the country using our best-in-class training curriculum. After receiving training, orientation and certification from our Training Department, the IMPaCT Trainer will teach the IMPaCT model by: (1) travelling on-site to deliver in-person training to CHWs across the country and (2) facilitating training sessions remotely, using videoconferencing and other forms of technology. This is an exciting opportunity to help shape the Community Health Worker field with an organization committed to social justice; play a key role in individuals’ professional development; and help us continue to scale our course delivery. This is a full-time position.

    About the organization: Penn Center for Community Health Workers is a center of excellence for CHW research, patient care and dissemination. Our IMPaCT model, which has been featured on National Public Radio and the New York Times, has served more than 8,000 people in Philadelphia. The program is proven to improve primary care access, chronic disease control, and mental health while reducing hospital days by 65%. More than 1,000 organizations have accessed our tools (chw.upenn.edu) and we provide technical assistance to help organizations create, launch and sustain effective CHW programs.

    Key Duties and Responsibilities:

    The IMPaCT Trainer is a member of our Training and Technical Assistance team. (S)he will:

    ·        Use the evidence-based IMPaCT model to deliver engaging, effective training to CHWs working in healthcare and community organizations across the country 

    ·        Provide individual and group feedback to help CHW trainees learn

    ·        Refine course delivery, including developing online learning content, to help continually scale our work

    ·        Be the face of IMPaCT to our partner organizations, building the foundation for long-term, productive partnerships

    ·        Provide technical assistance and tailored troubleshooting to partner organizations, supporting fidelity to the best practices

    Skills and Availability Required: 

    ·        Prior training and facilitation experience with adult learners

    ·        Excellent interpersonal and oral communications skills, particularly the ability to explain topics and concepts in an easy-to-understand, accessible manner

    ·        Ability to troubleshoot in the moment and think on your feet

    ·        Ability to work independently, managing multiple projects with competing deadlines

    ·        Passion for improving the lives of low-income individuals

    ·        Ability to thrive in a dynamic organization where flexibility and entrepreneurial thinking are valued

    ·        Able to travel up to two weeks in a row at a time (excluding weekends) to work on-site at partner locations

    ·        Creativity to adapt curriculum to new modes of delivery, including online learning

    ·        Experience with videoconferencing preferred

    To Apply:

    Send a cover letter and resume to Terry Mittelman (terry.mittelman@pennmedicine.upenn.edu) with the subject line “IMPaCT Trainer.” Please label attachments as follows:

    “LastnameFirstname_ITcoverletter”

    “LastnameFirstname_ITresume”


    • May 01, 2020
    • Philadelphia, PA

    Image result for mazzoni centerJob Summary: This position is housed in the Education Department of Mazzoni Center and is responsible for the management of professional development training practices, instructional design, processes, and overseeing the educational components of the Trans Wellness Conference. The position ensures department processes are developed, implemented, and evaluated on a continuous basis. The components of this position include overseeing instructional design, technical assistance, assessments and evaluation of programming, professional development planning and management, staff performance observations, supervision and evaluation, and administrative activities.


    Job Duties & Responsibilities

    • Supervises professional development program staff
    • Coordinates structure of educational programming, evaluates appropriateness of content, and offers ongoing recommendations for change and/or modification according to industry best practices
    • Organizes and oversees inventory of all curriculum materials, plans processes for developing curriculum and teaching materials and resources
    • Thinks critically about community impact
    • Coordinates with fiscal by managing all financial transactions with partner organizations, including quotes and invoices
    • Evaluates assessment tools, data, and results; generate reports, track outcomes, and plans for improvements
    • Oversees all educational components and decision-making of the Trans Wellness Conference, under the direction of the Education Director.
    • Attends and leads Protrack and General Track Internal Review Committee meetings
    • Works collaboratively with logistics coordinator
    • Develops and oversees all aspects of continuing education credits for professionals, including developing a structured process around the CEU application planning, faculty disclosure form, speaker release form, evaluation form and materials needed to provide CEU credits for professionals for professional development program and Protrack
    • Formulates and maintains effective working relationships with peers and management and functions as an effective team member.
    • Supports education director with administrative tasks, including grant writing and data management
    • Attends relevant internal and external meetings
    • Facilitates professional development team meetings, as needed


    Education, Training, License and Certification, Skills and Required Experience:

    • Minimum master’s degree in Social Justice, Social Work, Counseling, Education or related field.
    • Must be able to utilize a variety of the training methodologies, techniques, concepts, learning tools, and practices and leverage technology to ensure maximum effectiveness of education programming.
    • 1-2 years of management experience (trauma-informed supervision preferred)
    • Demonstrated excellence in organizational ability, oral and written expression, and group presentation skills.
    • Demonstrated ability to understand and adhere to policies and procedures
    • Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills
    • Instructional design experience
    • Advanced MS Office skills
    • Availability weekends/nights


    Preferred Qualifications:

    • Demonstrated ability to assess, develop, implement, and evaluate educational programs addressing LGBTQ health and wellness
    • Trauma-informed supervision
    • Experience with CEU administration
    • Grant writing experience
    • Systems advocacy experience

    Clearances: Background checks are required, including Criminal Background Clearance, Child Abuse Clearance, and FBI Clearance.


    Physical Requirements:

    1. The ability to efficiently move around a city location on a regular basis.
    2. The ability to communicate using written and verbal or signed language.
    3. The ability to use a computer for up to 6 hours per day (accommodations, upon request).
    4. The ability to work in an environment with a moderate noise level.
    5. Must have all necessary vaccinations to interact with the general public.

    How to Apply

    ekahn@mazzonicenter.org

    https://www.mazzonicenter.org/education-manager

    To apply for this position, please send your CV and cover letter to the Education Director, Elizabeth Kahn (ekahn@mazzonicenter.org), and Human Resources (resumes@mazzonicenter.org).



    • June 01, 2020
    • Philadelphia

    Federation Early Learning ServicesProviding high quality services since 1911, Federation Early Learning Services (FELS) is widely regarded as a leader in the child care field. With six centers and two after school programs in Philadelphia, Montgomery and Delaware Counties, FELS provides early childhood education and affordable child care in a safe and nurturing environment to over 600 children annually, aged six weeks to twelve years old. Built on a foundation of Jewish values and traditions, today FELS serves children from families with diverse economic, religious, and racial backgrounds in year-round programs throughout the Delaware Valley. FELS also provides fun and educational summer camp programs.


    Reporting to the Board of Directors, the President & Chief Executive Officer (CEO) implements the strategic plan and ensures fiscal, operational, marketing, human resources, technology and programmatic outcomes that support the established mission, goals and values of FELS. The President & CEO will inspire, lead, and direct employees to achieve the highest levels of excellence so that each child is provided with a challenging, meaningful, and rewarding early childhood experience. Providing leadership and information to the Board of Directors, the President & CEO will grow the organization, as approved by the Board’s Strategic Plan, with annual goals and accomplishments.


    Qualified candidates will have a minimum of 10 years of progressively responsible senior leadership experience; prior nonprofit experience and management of a complex, multi-site organization preferred. The successful candidate will have an appreciation and passion for the mission of FELS. Must have success in leading teams, implementing a strategic vision, and meeting aspirational goals. Proven success in an externally-facing leadership role is essential. Must have extensive experience in organizational development, personnel management, budget and resource development, and strategic planning. Possess the ability to build collaborative relationships and effectively navigate across a highly engaged constituent base including children, parents, staff and Board members. Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree preferred. Willing and able to travel regionally; must be available to attend events after work hours or on weekends, as needed.


    For a complete position description, listing of qualifications and additional information on FELS , visit our website at www.lambertassoc.com


    Qualified candidates may send resume and salary history to:

    Catharine McGeever, Executive Recruiter

    Lambert & Associates

    cfmcgeever@lambertassoc.com


    Click Here to Apply


      • November 01, 2020
      • Philadelphia, PA

      Image result for work for progressWork for Progress is hiring 2020 Election Canvass Directors. This November, we have a chance to set our country on a new path. In upcoming state and national elections, we're fighting for leaders who will stand up to protect our environment and the interests of everyday people. If you're passionate about powering our country with renewable energy, protecting public lands, fixing our student debt crisis, and reimagining our transportation system, come join us to make a difference this November.

      We’re looking for people who:

      • Are passionate about making a change in our country
      • Have leadership experience and excellent communication skills
      • Are ready to work hard and go where the fight is

      In this election cycle, Work for Progress will launch field offices across the country in states like Colorado and Pennsylvania to support candidates for national and state office that share our vision of a better world. We’ll focus on key races where we think on-the-ground conversations can make a difference. 

      Key Responsibilities:

      As a Canvass Director, you’ll work with a team of Directors to: 

      • Recruit, train and manage a staff of paid canvassers. You’ll train canvassers on the basic skills of canvassing, motivate them around the campaign, and promote people into leadership roles to build your office. 
      • Run the day to day management and administrative aspects of a campaign office.
      • Knock on doors yourself to get out the vote. 

      More about the job:

      • Work for Progress will provide initial training on the skills needed to be a successful canvass director and ongoing support throughout the campaign. 
      • This is a campaign-style job: with a short window of time and a lot at stake, this job is “all in.” We’re looking for candidates who are prepared to work around 70 hours/week, and are excited to canvass and get out the vote. 
      • After Election Day, we work to place our Canvass Directors with other organizations working for change.

      Qualifications:

      We’re building a team of people who care about making our country a better place and are ready to work hard to achieve our goals. Candidates must have excellent judgement and discretion. Ideal candidates will have previous experience canvassing or working on campaigns. 

      Location:

      We’re looking for candidates who are ready to go where the fight is. We’re still deciding on final office locations and may add offices or make changes throughout the campaign in order to focus resources on the most important races or districts. If you have a location preference, let us know in your application, but the more flexible you can be, the better.

      Compensation: 

      The target annual compensation for this position is $27,000 in the first year. We also offer an excellent training program and opportunities for advancement.

      To Apply: 

      Apply online here.

      More about Work for Progress:

      Our leadership team are change-makers who have decades of experience running grassroots campaigns. Since 2008, Work for Progress has knocked on over 3 million doors in support of candidates such as President Obama, Senator Elizabeth Warren, and Senator Tim Kaine. Our past election work includes:

      • Turning out thousands of voters who provided the difference in close races. In 2016, we partnered with Penn Environment to knock on doors in 3 state legislative districts including State House District 31 where we knocked on more than 20,000 doors to help Perry Warren win by 75 votes. 
      • Going where the fight is. In 2012, Work For Progress knocked on thousands of doors in North Dakota’s hotly contested Senate election on behalf of North Dakota Fair Share. Our work turned out critical voters who helped elect Democrat Heidi Keitkamp by 2,936 votes.
      • Knocking on over 950,000 doors in 2014 in Colorado as part of Colorado Fair Share’s plans to support Senator Mark Udall. 

      Details at a glance

      • On-site Location
      • Full Time Schedule
      • 4-Year Degree Required
      • Professional

      APPLY HERE



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