YNPN LA Board President

Because we as young nonprofit professionals cannot achieve success individually or as a group unless we work together.


  • rsvped for October Nonprofit Networking Mixer 2018-09-28 08:29:59 -0700

    October Nonprofit Networking Mixer in Atwater Village

    Join YNPN LA for our October 2018 Nonprofit Networking Mixer in Atwater Village!

    Tuesday, October 23 , 2018 | 6:00-8:00pm 
    Bon Vivant Market & Cafe, 3155 Glendale Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90039

    Scroll down to RSVP!

    Be sure to take advantage of happy hour from 4:00 - 7:00pm! Metered parking is available. 

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    Young Nonprofit Professionals Network Los Angeles is a 501(c)3 nonprofit dedicated to empowering, connecting, and supporting emerging mission-driven professionals in Los Angeles. Click to join.

    WHEN
    October 23, 2018 at 6pm
    WHERE
    Bon Vivant Market & Café
    3155 Glendale Blvd
    Los Angeles, CA 90039
    United States
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  • United Way LA - 5 positions available

    United Way of Greater Los Angeles is recruiting for the following positions:

    COMMUNITY IMPACT
    Program Coordinator, Homeless Initiatives (Policy) 

    DEVELOPMENT & ENGAGEMENT
    Director, Major Gifts
    Senior Major Gifts Officer 
    Workforce Engagement Representative (Temp) 

    FINANCE BUSINESS SERVICES
    Staff Accountant 

    Contact Brian Rosenbaum, Engagement Manager at brosenbaum@unitedwayla.org for more information or an introduction.

    For more info about the positions visit https://www.unitedwayla.org/en/about/careers/


  • Administrative Assistant, Mr. Holland's Opus Foundation (Studio City)

    Founded in 1996, The Mr. Holland’s Opus Foundation keeps music alive in our schools by donating musical instruments to under-funded music programs, and vital support services to school districts nationwide, giving economically-disadvantaged youth access to the many benefits of music education, leading them to success in school, and inspiring creativity and expression through playing music. 

    General Summary of Position:

    The Administrative Assistant supports the operations and programs of the foundation, working with all departments to insure the integrity of organizational systems, the workflow between departments, and stable operations.

    Responsibilities:

    • Reception and front office management – answer phones, process instrument donations, greet visitors, respond to inquiries
    • Maintain physical space, ensure maintenance of equipment and order supplies
    • Review/implement office policies that are in line with best practices
    • Maintain office records, review/implement procedures for maintaining security and confidentiality; archive/transfer/dispose of records per document retention guidelines
    • Insurance policies – renew and update coverage
    • Process donations and letters
    • Maintain and file state registration renewals
    • Work with volunteers to assign projects
    • Other duties as assigned

    Skills and Qualifications:

    • Strong administrative skills with proficiency on Mac and office applications
    • Highly organized, able to prioritize, track projects and meet deadlines
    • Ability to work in an open space with frequent staff interaction
    • Strong communication skills and able to interact professionally with others
    • Must have reliable transportation

    Hours And Benefits

    • Hours: Non-exempt- 40 hours per week.
    • Medical and dental benefits
    • $14.42 – $16.83 per hour

    Submit cover letter and résumé with relevant work history to Natalia@mhopus.org. No calls, please.


  • published Pay for Standard Membership in Membership 2018-01-01 10:52:37 -0800

    Pay for Standard Membership

    A $50 payment makes you an official YNPN Los Angeles Member (Standard level) for 12 months.

    Membership benefits at the Standard level include: 

    • Access to 6 professional development workshops or forums (to learn about our Competency Model click here)
    • Access to online job board
    • Access to members-only website
    • 1 free guest to 3 PD workshops (you may bring a different guest to each one)
    • Connect with 5,000+ nonprofit professionals in Los Angeles
    • Members-only events, including socials, service opportunities, and our annual year-end celebration
    • Prioritized consideration for YNPN LA leadership opportunities
    • YNPN National membership (learn more about the benefits)

    For information about the Premium level click here.

    Questions? Get in touch: membership@ynpnla.org.

    YNPN LA is incorporated as a 501(c)3 as "Young Nonprofit Professionals Network of Southern California" and donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law. Click here for more info.

    Donate

  • published Pay for Base Membership in Membership 2018-01-01 10:52:34 -0800

    Pay for Base Membership

    A $30 payment makes you an official YNPN Los Angeles Member (Base level) for 12 months.

    Membership benefits at the Base level include:

    • Access to 3 professional development workshops or forums (to learn about our Competency Model click here)
    • Access to online job board
    • 1 free guest to 1 PD workshop
    • Connect with 5,000+ nonprofit professionals in Los Angeles
    • Members-only events, including socials, service opportunities, and our annual year-end celebration
    • Prioritized consideration for YNPN LA leadership opportunities
    • YNPN National membership (learn more about the benefits)

    For information about the Standard and Premium levels click here.

    Questions? Get in touch: membership@ynpnla.org.

    YNPN LA is incorporated as a 501(c)3 as "Young Nonprofit Professionals Network of Southern California" and donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law. Click here for more info.

    Donate

  • published Pay for Premium Membership in Membership 2018-01-01 10:52:29 -0800

    Pay for Premium Membership

    A $60 payment makes you an official YNPN Los Angeles Member (Premium level) for 12 months.

    Membership benefits at the Premium level include: 

    • Access to all 16 professional development workshops and forums (to learn about our Competency Model click here)
    • Access to online job board
    • Access to members-only website
    • 1 free guest to 6 PD workshops (you may bring a different guest to each one)
    • Connect with 5,000+ nonprofit professionals in Los Angeles
    • Members-only events, including socials, service opportunities, and our annual year-end celebration
    • Prioritized consideration for YNPN LA leadership opportunities
    • YNPN National membership (learn more about the benefits)

    For information about the Premium level click here.

    Questions? Get in touch: membership@ynpnla.org.

    YNPN LA is incorporated as a 501(c)3 as "Young Nonprofit Professionals Network of Southern California" and donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law. Click here for more info.

    Donate

  • published Membership 2018-01-01 10:48:05 -0800

    Membership

    Since 2016, YNPN LA has offered paid membership as a way to offer even more robust services to our growing community and to ensure sustainable organizational growth.

    Beginning in 2018, we expanded our membership structure to three levels, in order to best meet folks where they're at with regards to their capacity and budget. Membership dues are our sole revenue source.

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    Base Membership

    • $30 for 12 months of membership
    • Access to 3 professional development workshops or forums
    • Access to online job board
    • 1 free guest to 1 PD workshop

    Standard Membership

    • $50 for 12 months of membership
    • Access to professional development workshops or forums
    • Access to online job board
    • Access to members-only website
    • 1 free guest to 3 PD workshops (you may bring a different guest to each one)

    Premium Membership

    • $60 for 12 months of membership
    • Access to all 16 professional development workshops (12) and forums (4)
    • Access to online job board
    • Access to members-only website
    • 1 free guest to 6 PD workshops (you may bring a different guest to each one)

    All members receive the following benefits:

    • Connect with 5,000+ nonprofit professionals in Los Angeles
    • Members-only events, including socials, service opportunities, and our annual year-end celebration
    • Prioritized consideration for YNPN LA leadership opportunities
    • YNPN National membership (learn more about the benefits)

    How do I become a member?

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    What kinds of professional development workshops do you offer?

    In 2018, YNPN LA launched our Competency Model -- a framework designed to provide a universal set of skills and abilities that cut across our sector. By building on these core areas, YNPN LA will foster a more competent, confident, and connected community of emerging mission-driven professionals. To learn more about the Competency Model click here.

    What is the members-only website?

    A source for discounted and free tickets to professional conferences, local trainings, cultural events, and community happenings. This benefit is available to Standard and Premium members only.

    Are mixers only open to paid members?

    Don't worry, monthly mixers remain free to the entire YNPN LA network and colleagues. We believe that everyone should be able to connect with other professionals at no cost. Non-members who choose to attend professional development events will be charged a per-event price determined for each event.

    I want to offer membership for my employees at a group rate, how do I learn more?

    We offer discounted rates for groups of five or more. Please email us at membership@ynpnla.org.

    Questions?

    Get in touch: membership@ynpnla.org

     


  • Several positions at United Way of Greater Los Angeles

    Hello friends!

    My new organization is hiring several positions in development, marketing, etc. Please visit http://www.unitedwayla.org/careers to learn more about the following positions, and let me know if you would like more info.

    Brian Rosenbaum
    Engagement Manager - UWGLA
    brosenbaum@unitedwayla.org


     

    COMMUNITY IMPACT
    Director, Education 

    DEVELOPMENT & ENGAGEMENT
    Coordinator, Corporate Strategy & Business Development 
    Coordinator, Donor Services 
    Coordinator, Engagement & Strategic Initiatives 
    Senior Major Gifts Officer 
    Senior Manager, Internal Operations 

    MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS
    Administrative Associate 
    Director, Marketing & Events 
    Senior Events Manager 
    Social Media Coordinator 
    VP, Marketing & Communications 


  • PanCAN - (1) Dev Admin Asst, (2) Dev Assoc, Grants/Contracts Mgr, (4) Patient Central Assoc

    Pancreatic Cancer Action Network

    If you're interested, email Brian Rosenbaum at brosenbaum@pancan.org

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    Position: Development Administrative Assistant
    Date: 6/1/17
    Description: Provide full range of administrative support to the Chief Development and Community Engagement Officer including handling phones, calendar, filing, drafting correspondence, meeting coordination, expense reports and travel arrangements as well as prepare and maintain key materials, reports and presentations for the Development department.
    Requirements: Four-year degree with minimum 3 year’s experience as an administrative assistant. Outstanding customer service skills with a friendly, positive demeanor. Strong computer skills (Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook and Powerpoint). Exceptional organizational and interpersonal skills. Must be detail-oriented. Must be able to multi-task and prioritize to ensure that all assignments are completed in an accurate and timely manner. Must be able to meet deadlines. Must be flexible – an ability to work well in an environment where needs and priorities are subject to much revision. Common sense, dependability, discretion and attention to detail are required. Must be a self-starter with a team-player attitude. Excellent communication skills – written and oral (must have a professional and courteous demeanor).

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    Position: Development Associate
    Date: 6/1/17
    Description: The Development Associate offers administrative support to the development and fundraising staff and handles a variety of tasks and projects related to individual giving including preparation of informational material and collateral, meeting management, tracking, discovery calls, stewardship execution, reporting and coordinating day to day activities. This positon supports managing relationships with current and prospective donors, bolstering gifts and researching ways to bring in additional funds.
    Requirements: Four-year degree with minimum 1 year experience in fundraising, donor relations and/or customer service preferred and could include time as a student internship. Outstanding customer service skills with a friendly, positive demeanor. Proven ability to evaluate problems and make decisions and/or recommendations as required. Strong attending to detail. Must be team oriented and have excellent interpersonal skills with a diverse group of individuals, both internal and external. Demonstrated ability in effective oral and written communications including outstanding telephone skills. Ability to multi task while paying attention to the details, and manage time effectively. Must take initiative to go the extra step in providing support to all team members. Familiarity with the corporate business environment is considered an asset. Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook; familiarity with Raiser’s Edge or another similar database preferred. This position requires a background check due to access to sensitive donor research databases.

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    Position: Grants and Contracts Manager
    Date Opened: 6/1/17
    Description: The Grants and Contracts Manager will provide the day-to-day operations of the grants department, from grant intake through payments, tracking, reporting and grant closeout. The Grants and Contract Manager will serve as an important resource to the organization and grantees. This role will develop and implement a rigorous and multifaceted program that funds the most meritorious research in pancreatic cancer. In addition, working with the operations team under the guidance of the COO this position will be responsible for contract processing and management across the organization.
    Requirements: Our ideal candidate will have Minimum 5 + years of relevant grants and contracts experience and a Bachelor’s degree. Experience with financial software and/or grants management databases such as proposal CENTRAL, Raisers Edge. Experience and understanding of academic organizational structures a plus. Experience in negotiation of services agreements required. Familiarity with legal and contract concepts, principles and practices used in the development of contracts, and administration and drafting of transaction documents. Demonstrated experience in building processes where there are none. Strong writing and presentation skills. Ability to prioritize tasks, think clearly under pressure, meet tight deadlines, and thrive with minimal supervision in a fast-pace, growing environment. Ability to maintain the highest level of confidentiality. Ability to think and act strategically and proactively. Ability to communicate effectively with cross-functional teams (e.g. Operations, HR, IT and Finance). Advance proficiency in Microsoft suite (word, excel, powerpoint, and outlook). Ability to plan and prioritize workflow and meet deadlines. Ability to work independently, be reliable, take initiative and be solution focused. Excellent attention to detail, accuracy and follow through. Flexibility and willingness to assist others as needed. Ability to explain the organization’s history, mission, values, and culture to grantees and grant institutions. Ability to accurately articulate the goals and objectives of the organization.

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    Position: Patient Central Associate
    Date Opened: 4/24/17
    Description: The individual in this position is responsible for providing comprehensive, one-on-one educational information, and for performing complete case management of patients, caregivers, and other callers to Patient Central. This position may also include work on special projects within Patient Central.
    Requirements: Our ideal candidate will have a four-year degree in a science, health, or related field or equivalent experience. Have the ability and willingness to learn and understand extensive information about pancreatic cancer, treatments, side effects, symptom management, and additional resources. Possess excellent organizational skills, strong attention to detail and the ability to multi-task. Have excellent verbal and written communication skills. Possess a strong sensitivity and compassion for those affected by a disease such as pancreatic cancer coupled with an innate ability to empathize with the loss and painful journeys experienced by our constituents. Minimum of 1-2 years of experience working in a scientific, medical, or health environment is preferred. Be willing to travel as required.



  • PanCAN - 2 positions: Events Manager + Regional Assistant

    Pancreatic Cancer Action Network
    Located in Manhattan Beach, CA

    Events Manager - mainly plans 5Ks, works with volunteers, serves on cross-functional teams

    Regional Assistant - standard nonprofit program assistant role, lots of admin, definitely opportunities to grow!

    Contact me for more info - brian@ynpnla.org


  • Los Angeles Education Partnership - 2 positions: Asst Director and Program Assistant

    ASSISTANT DIRECTOR

    JOB SUMMARY: The Assistant Director position is a two-year grant funded position, with the potential for extension, with Los Angeles Education Partnership. This position reports to the Project Director.

    This project is designed to support and implement a trauma-informed school environment in selected K-12 schools both within and outside of California through a partnership with Kaiser Permanente. A central component of this project’s approach to a trauma-informed school environment is to embed practices at each school that prioritize the wellness of school employees in order to improve their overall health and wellness. This frame helps schools to support and retain quality teachers and staff by improving their resiliency and health, while also improving schools’ overall climate. The coaches will provide critical thought-partnership, professional development, facilitation and consultation to school staff to support the school’s development of mindsets, systems, practices, strategic planning, interventions and partnerships needed to effectively develop trauma-informed schools and systems that support student and staff well-being and resilience.

    This position is responsible for assisting the project director in ensuring the successful implementation of this 2-year pilot initiative by leading the team of 4 coaches and providing coaching support to schools. Specifically, this individual will be responsible for the planning, design and facilitation of staff development in order to implement the LAEP curriculum and develop the skills and capacities of our team of coaches. And, as part of the launch of this pilot project this position will also provide coaching support for three participating schools including classroom and school team consultation, leadership coaching, professional development, and coaching to implement a trauma informed approach and ensure successful program implementation.

    RESPONSIBILITIES:

    Project Implementation and Staff Development  Assist Project Director leading successful implementation of initiative, including as a collaborative thought partner and sounding board  Assist Project Director in recruiting, hiring, training, supervising, evaluating and supporting staff at all levels.  Assist Project Director with reviewing and adapting curriculum and model based on learnings from implementation  Design and provide professional development to project staff  Lead monthly group learning and collaboration network meeting with all school sites in the pilot using virtual technology  Lead monthly coaches’ collaborative meetings  Assist and support Project Director with project management (budget, evaluation, deliverables)

    School Site Implementation:  Work collaboratively with the school staff and community partners to implement a comprehensive trauma-informed approach to address both preventative and responsive measures for students.  Design & facilitate dynamic, sequential professional development that supports a consistent implementation throughout the school year to all school staff.  Engage school administrators and staff in ongoing consultation and coaching that is reflective, responsive, supportive and contextual and promotes sustainable trauma-informed mindsets, systems, practices and school-community partnerships  Provide individualized, classroom-based coaching to support teachers in building supportive relationships with students and implementing and sustaining trauma-informed practices that promote student success and empowerment.  Coach additional school personnel to support in implementing and sustaining trauma-informed practices.  Work with administrative district, union, and school leadership staff to ensure that policies and procedures reflect an understanding of the role of trauma in student behaviors.  Design and lead monthly in person site visits for each site  Facilitate ongoing technical assistance for assigned school sites via virtual and written communication  Participate in required evaluation activities associated with the project  Build the capacity of school sites to use data to inform decision making  Participate in LAEP professional development and other opportunities for professional growth

    QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPEREINCES:  Demonstrated strong leadership in a collaborative, supportive environment  Experience developing and facilitating professional development trainings and awareness of adult learning theories and ability to apply adult learning principles when coaching school-based professionals  Demonstrated success working in a K-12 school environment, prefer experience in urban schools or settings  Knowledge and proven experience in effectively providing teacher consultation, classroom coaching and/or leadership coaching  Ability to demonstrate effective skills in group facilitation, managing teams/groups, organizational dynamics, and consensus building.  Knowledge and awareness of trauma (social, historic, behavioral and how that relates to school culture), resilience, adverse child and community experiences, school climate, school mental health frameworks (PBIS, MTSS, ISF), Social Emotional Learning concepts  Ability to quickly establish and maintain cooperative and effective professional relationships, build trust in a limited time, and engage with a broad range of school-based staff and community partners around building a trauma sensitive culture Demonstrated success in working with students and families of diverse backgrounds  Cultural awareness and ability to navigate and promote sensitivity with issues of race and equity and knowledge of racial equity and racial justice in the context of public education  Excellent communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing, to a broad range of audiences.  Comfort using tools and methods to optimize support for a remote staff (distance learning technologies, creative use of video, virtual meeting technologies, etc.)  Excellent project management skills, ability to balance multiple priorities with proven ability to anticipate challenges, solve problems and maintain a calm demeanor in high-pressure situations  Strong analytical, time management, organizational and interpersonal skills  Knowledge and/or experience with change management as it relates to positive organizational change.  Instructional or leadership coaching experience preferred  Cognitive Coaching and/or Adaptive Schools trained (or similar) preferred  Bachelor’s Degree required; Master’s Degree in Education or Social Work fields preferred  Ability to travel, regionally or nationally depending on assigned school locations

    Compensation: Salary range $90-95,000/yr, excellent benefits

    If you are interested, please send a cover letter and resume to laepjobs@laep.org with ‘Assistant Director’ in the subject line by COB April 13th, 2017


    PROGRAM ASSISTANT

    Trauma-Informed Schools Initiative Program Assistant

    Reports to: Project Director

    Job Summary: The Program Assistant position is a two-year grant funded position, with the potential for extension, with Los Angeles Education Partnership. This position reports to the Project Director. This is currently a 75% position.

    This project is designed to support and implement a trauma-informed school environment in selected K-12 schools both within and outside of California through a partnership with Kaiser Permanente. A central component of this project’s approach to a trauma-informed school environment is to embed practices at each school that prioritize the wellness of school employees in order to improve their overall health and wellness. This frame helps schools to support and retain quality teachers and staff by improving their resiliency and health, while also improving schools’ overall climate.

    Responsibilities:  Provide logistical support for the LAEP Trauma-Informed Schools initiative including the coordination of meetings, programs, professional development and events  Establish efficient systems and processes for a new initiative  Collect and process invoices, evaluation materials and tracking logs  Maintain the evaluation data base including the collection of data from school sites and partners as needed  Respond to and research requests as necessary  Assist with program evaluation and data entry  Support the consulting work of Trauma Informed Schools team including logistics, contract management and invoicing  Process correspondence, reports, spreadsheets, and other documentation  Maintain equipment and requisition office supplies as needed for all programs  Develop forms and flyers as needed  Provide support for travel arrangements and scheduling for the team  Assist with budget and finance tracking  Provide support for the hiring of new staff  Receive report, conduct and/or return phone calls and emails

    General responsibilities  Attend staff meetings  Assist with planning and implementation of events, conferences, and meetings  Able to work independently and as a team member  Other duties as assigned.

    Education and Experience:  Passion for equity in public education  Experience in clerical/administrative work, grant management and budgeting experience a plus  Excellent organizational and project management skills  Good oral and written communication skills  Computer skills required. Proficiency in Microsoft office and Excel  Background working with schools, parents, or community agencies preferred  High school or GED certificate required; AA or BA preferred.

    Physical and Mental Requirements:  While performing the duties of this job, the Program Assistant is frequently required to sit; stand; stoop; bend, walk; talk; hear; use hands to grip, type; reach with hands and arms, occasionally required to stand or walk on uneven surfaces; and climb stairs.  The physical demands described here are representatives of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  Ability to lift and carry up to 20 pounds

    Licensing and Certification Requirements:  Transportation required, must provide own vehicle, valid Driver’s License and proof of full vehicle insurance coverage; negative tuberculosis screen (required); Hepatitis B vaccination (recommended). Must pass criminal background check.

    Required Documentation At Time of Application:  If you believe that you qualify for this position based upon education or training you have received, you will be required to provide a copy of your official transcripts or copy of diploma from the accredited college/university, and/or a copy of a certification indicating your successful completion of any required training, before your qualifications will be evaluated.

    Compensation:  Position is 30 hours/week  Hourly: Depending on Experience (DOE) plus benefits, including medical, dental, vision, retirement plan and Personal Time Off (PTO). If you are interested, please send a cover letter and resume to laepjobs@laep.org with “Program Assistant” in the subject line by COB April 13th, 2017


    Contact me at brian@ynpnla.org for more information.

     


  • published YNPN National in About Us 2016-10-20 13:32:06 -0700

  • Pancreatic Cancer Action Network - multiple openings

    A few positions available. If anything is interesting, feel free to contact me directly. I'm happy to tell you what I know about the position, and share about my experience with the org.

    Brian Rosenbaum, YNPNLA Board President, bdrucla@gmail.com

     

    Systems Analyst    

    Description:  This position is responsible for the overall management and processes for the database and systems maintenance of the organization’s Blackbaud applications such as Raiser’s Edge, Financial Edge, Luminate Online and Raiser’s Edge Luminate Online Integration (RELO).

    Requirements:  Our ideal candidate will have a Bachelor’s Degree in computer science or MIS related field or equivalent experience plus 5 years hands on work experience with Raiser’s Edge database administration in alarge non-profit organization. Must have working knowledge of Microsoft Office 2013-2016, Windows 7-10 & Server 2008-12 Operating Systems and SQL Server 2008-14.  Must be able to conform to shifting priorities, demands and timelines through analytical and problem solving capabilities.

     

    Director, National Events    

    Description:  The Director, National Events, reports to the Vice President, Community Engagement and is part of the Community Engagement leadership team responsible for strategy and management of the PurpleStride program. This includes event and fundraising strategy, planning, public awareness and education via the events, ongoing event research and analysis and project management. This role requires extensive collaboration with Community Engagement leadership and key departments to implement PurpleStride objectives.

    Requirements:  Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent experience and at least 7+ years’ experience in peer to peer events, sponsorship, volunteer management and community engagement programs.  Must have demonstrated leadership skills and ability to manage staff; supervisory experience necessary. The successful candidate will have strong organizational skills and ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously, ability to build strong relationships and knowledge of the principles and practices of volunteer program management, sponsorship and fundraising events.  Travel is required.

     

    Regional Assistant  

    Description:  The Regional Assistant will provide general administrative support to the assigned regional team focusing on all volunteer and event activities. This position is also the secondary back up for the front office receptionist and mailroom. This position will sit on a cross-functional team that will be responsible for the health, satisfaction and success of the volunteers/affiliates in the assigned region. This position is part of a team that recognizes the critical role volunteers play in furthering our mission and their interests and sensibilities are paramount in the design and delivery of our programs.

    Requirements:  Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent experience required plus strong community and interpersonal skills.  Must be able to provide excellent customer service, think proactively and be proficient with Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint required.

     

    Events Manager    

     

    Description:  This position is responsible for leading and supporting diverse volunteer Affiliates in their events with various capacities across a region to ensure alignment of activities with organizational goals, strategies and branding.  Key responsibilities include:  work with volunteer Affiliates and applicable staff to plan and execute logistics for up to eight signature events, including but not limited to walks and galas; work with department leadership and donor, corporate and community relations to set the overall fundraising strategy; evolve event processes and operations to optimize cost-effectiveness and the strategic value of events and partner with Events Staff to develop and share best practices to improve overall efficiencies and participant experience.

    Requirements:  Bachelors Degree and at least 4 - 5 years’ experience in event and volunteer management; strong organizational skills and ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously; a friendly, positive demeanor and ability to build strong relationships with volunteers and donors;  knowledge of the principles and practices of volunteer program management and fundraising and proven ability to evaluate data, assess alternatives, and make decisions and or recommendations as required.  Must be willing to travel (including weekends and evenings).


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