University of Nevada, Reno
Reno, NV, USA
University of Nevada, Reno – Main Campus
The Development and Alumni Relations Division (DAR) at the University of Nevada, Reno seeks an experienced, success-oriented fundraising professional to join our team in the College of Liberal Arts (CLA); see below for more information about the College.
The successful candidate will join a team that has raised over $350M in our $500M campaign Building What Comes Next: The Campaign for the New Nevada. The position focuses on soliciting philanthropic gifts, providing stewardship, managing relationships with donors/prospects, moving potential prospects through all stages of moves management, and collaborating with Annual Giving, Planned Giving and the Alumni Association to engage alumni and friends.
Development officers are supported centrally by Annual Giving, Alumni Relations, Corporate and Foundation Relations, Planned Giving, Prospect Research, University Events, Donor Relations, Financial Services and IT. DAR’s goal is to provide you with support to enable you to focus on meeting with prospects in order to attain and surpass your annual fundraising metrics. Training which includes webinars, conferences, and in-house informational sessions are available.
You will have the opportunity to work directly with upper administration within the University, DAR (Vice President, Associate Vice President and Executive Directors of Development) as well as the Dean, faculty and staff of the College of Liberal Arts.
Candidates will be selected for interviews at the level their professional experiences most closely match DAR’s requirements for direct, one-on-one fundraising.
Assistant Director, Development Grade B
Associate Director, Development Grade B
Director, Development Grade C
For additional information on the University, the Division of Development and the individual Schools / Colleges please go to UNR; UNR-external/job/University-of-Nevada-Reno---Main-Campus/Assistant-Associate-Director--Development-College-of-Liberal-Arts_R0113780
St Louis Park, MN, USA
This position will join our clinical services team of six that includes mental health professionals, mental health practitioners, and LADCs. Perspectives 245G program provides services to persons with co-occurring disorders.
A majority of clients are participants in Perspectives Supportive Housing Program. Perspectives is the largest Supportive Housing Program in Minnesota serving 84-87 homeless, recovering, co-occurring clients and their 130 children annually. The target population is recovering homeless women with their children. Critical one-to-one case management is provided in order to assist the families in their transition back into the socio-economic mainstream. Our campus consists of five apartment buildings, tucked away in a quiet cul-de-sac located in an affordable housing community within St. Louis Park, MN.
Major Responsibilities:Oversee chemical health program, ensuring the implementation of best practices and appropriate staff supervision.
Provide ongoing trauma-informed chemical health treatment and services to clients living in Supportive Housing and/or in the Outpatient Treatment Program at Perspectives, Inc. This includes development of treatment plans with the client, conducting individual counseling and group treatment to address the co-occurring substance and mental health disorders, providing relapse prevention groups, and outpatient treatment.
Supervise LADC and LADC licensure candidates
Ensure program compliance with Rule 245g Policies and Procedures
Facilitate/Co-facilitate dual-diagnosis treatment groups
Complete Comprehensive Assessments, Assessment Summaries, service plans, treatment plans, and progress notes as required under Rule 245g licensure
Referrals to inpatient treatment when deemed necessary
Set up and implement relapse prevention groups, outpatient treatment, and other related program requirements
Attend weekly staff and clinical meeting
Maintain case files on each client as required using electronic health record
Ongoing evaluation of client needs to make appropriate community and in-house referrals
Work collaboratively with all other agency programs
Maintain ongoing, current, and required training and self-development for best practice
Search Inside Yourself Leadership Institute
San Francisco, CA, USA
Are you inspired to change the world? We're seeking a dynamic individual to manage our international portfolio of public programs. Spend your days developing key partnerships, managing life-changing mindfulness programs, and providing marketing support to maximize our reach. We can't wait to meet you.
Start date: February 2019
Job Location: San Francisco, CA
About Search Inside Yourself Leadership Institute (SIYLI)
Search Inside Yourself Leadership Institute (SIYLI) is a non-profit corporation with the mission of developing wise and compassionate leaders worldwide, thus creating the conditions for world peace. Our core programs were developed and tested within Google. Search Inside Yourself (SIY) is a leadership program, using the tools of mindfulness and emotional intelligence training that blends cutting edge science with business practices.
Our organizational culture is driven, authentic, and creative – a company where individuals and teams are encouraged to learn and grow while balancing freedom and accountability. Staff is committed to walking the SIY talk by bringing the whole self to work, and continually looking for individual and group blind spots. Our key principles are to work toward depth of wisdom and compassion practice, breadth of reach around the world, and radical generosity.
This position is part of SIYLI’s Global Expansion team, which is responsible for bringing the Search Inside Yourself program out into the world. SIYLI runs the Search Inside Yourself (SIY) program both as open-enrollment courses for the public (“public programs”) and within businesses to bring SIY to their employees (“in-company programs”). SIYLI’s network of 100+ Certified Teachers also brings the SIY program to clients and the public.
This Program Manager position supports SIYLI’s public programs team to bring SIY to various locations around the world. SIYLI also runs many public programs with partnered organizations such as universities and professional organizations. The manager is responsible for supporting partner relationships, coordinating the logistics of public events end to end, communicating with participants, and ensuring that each of our programs is delivered with the utmost care and integrity.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Public Program Manager (90%):
Provide administrative, logistical, and program support for SIY Public Programs, including:
Supporting partnerships as their primary point of contact at SIYLI
Matching teachers with the location and audience attending
Supporting translation efforts
Setting up program registration pages and payment system(s)
Managing logistics (scheduling, travel, venue, catering, etc.) for program delivery
Communicating with participants before and after the program; delivering all electronic content in a timely manner
Data entry to record program details
Supporting implementation of webinars
Tracking partner, participant and teacher feedback; providing feedback and guidance to SIYLI staff responsible for program development and teacher development
Collaboration with members of the public programs team to standardize processes
Respond to partner requests and organize internal processes for efficiency
Deliver customer service to participants, teachers, alumni, and others
Salesforce database management (entering program data, removing duplicates, structuring reports, etc.)
Manage the program budgets to ensure program viability
Responsibilities, tasks and projects may change as needed to support SIYLI team, especially as we develop an online tool that will support program coordination
Public Program Marketing Support (10%):
Write light copy for promotion of public events
Advise partners and other stakeholders on marketing tasks
Track ticket sales and initiating responsive marketing action as needed
Reach out to potential partners and participants, promoting the content and specific programs
Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of two years relevant work experience
Excellent people skills, able to handle difficult conversations
Strong orientation to building and supporting strong partner/stakeholder relationships
Highly organized, detail-oriented, and able to prioritize multiple projects in a fast-paced environment
Flexible, adaptable, and able to context-shift given the dynamic startup environment
A deep interest in and commitment to SIYLI’s program curricula and mission
Willingness to travel approximately once per quarter
Salesforce and Google Apps experience preferred
Experience organizing emotional intelligence and/or self-development programming
Please submit a resume and cover letter (no more than 1 page) to this application form by January 15, 2019, using the job title “Program Manager - Public Programs Team”. Applications will be considered as they are submitted. Interviews will take place in January and the successful candidate will start in February 2019.
SIYLI is an Equal Opportunity Employer employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, gender, age, veteran status, political affiliation, sexual orientation, marital status or disability (in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act) with respect to employment opportunities. We strongly encourage individuals with a diverse background to apply, and we strive and are committed to creating an inclusive work environment. Our team culture is based on open communication, integrity, and collaboration, we value and respect differences and perspectives, and we fully support people bringing their full selves to work.
Washington, DC, USA
Community Outreach Coordinators (COCs) are responsible for researching and prospecting a high volume and high quality applicant pipeline of child-serving organizations for KaBOOM! grant opportunities across North America. COCs help develop partnerships that align KaBOOM! Funding Partners’ interests with KaBOOM! grant program goals and community needs. The COC provides support through the screening and selection process. COCs also act as a liaison between community groups and KaBOOM! by helping introduce and publicize KaBOOM! programs while representing and advocating for Community Partners to internal departments.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Managing a portfolio
Pursue community organizations for over 50 KaBOOM! grants annually that meet KaBOOM! and Funding Partner criteria, through internet research and networking; promote KaBOOM! grant opportunities through referrals of established relationships, cold calls and cold outreach emails
Garner over 100 grant applications annually; analyze submitted applications to determine viability and alignment with funding opportunities; assess application pipeline capacity to integrate new programs or funding opportunities
Become a strategic expert in assigned markets; understand the geography of assigned market and garner knowledge of potential Community Partners
Work closely with Community Outreach Managers in a given geographic market to ensure that the most qualified groups are being identified, taken through the application process, and ultimately confirmed for a grant in a timely manner; identify and address grantee flags and concerns as appropriate
Use Salesforce CRM to manage customer account information, ensuring accurate status of relationship and strength of the client relationship; maintain accurate activity records and provide weekly activity summaries as outlined by Outreach team
Developing partnerships and advocating for groups
Communicate benefits and obligations of KaBOOM! programs to community organizations to build interest in applying for a grant opportunity
Cultivate and manage ongoing relationships with non-profit child-serving organizations and municipalities; lead organizations through the application and screening process while maintaining excellent customer service
Communicate with internal departments regarding the specifications of potential Community Partner applications and collaborate regarding application tracking strategy
Facilitate conference calls with key decision makers and community leaders to set appropriate expectations for KaBOOM! playground builds, educating community groups on the community build model or creative play products and entering into a contractual agreement with KaBOOM!, while deciphering strengths and weaknesses of a particular group for a project
Present all applicable information about a potential Community Partner to an internal review panel to determine final viability and alignment to a funding opportunity
Prepare written recommendations to funding partners for potential Community Partners
For Creative Play grants, identify necessary contract approval process for potential Community Partners
Ensure that contracts are signed and processed in a timely manner. Communicate contract issues internally to support a resolution
Confirm and award Creative Play grants; facilitate transition of confirmed Community Partners to the Grants Implementation team for grant execution
Strategically integrate new programs into Outreach when applicable
Develop talking points and materials to educate potential Community Partners of new grant offerings
Participate in KaBOOM! promotional activities to promote programs and products of the organization.
Actively participate in the KaBOOM! staff development program.
Actively contribute to our inclusive work environment by valuing other people regardless of differences and taking an active role in promoting practices that support diversity, inclusion, and cultural competence.
Occasional travel may be required.
BA/BS degree is required along with at least 1-2 years of relevant experience in community outreach, client services, research, and/or community development
Possess demonstrated skills in building coalitions among people, organizations and institutions; experience gained in a nonprofit or community organization is a plus
Ability to manage multiple tasks and projects at the same time; absorb information quickly but thoroughly; creatively problem solve
Strong interpersonal and listening skills, as well as a strong sense of personal responsibility for one’s work are valued
Candidate should be self-motivated, a team player, flexible, persistent and able to communicate assertively
Precise attention to detail and organizational skills are critical to success in this position
Excellent writing and oral skills are required; comfortable with heavy telephone communication (i.e. cold calling)
Intermediate level MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and Outlook skills
Fluency in Spanish is highly desired