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  • October 12, 2023 10:42 AM | Kristian Beatty (Administrator)

    Organizational Overview

    The Greater New Orleans Foundation has been a trusted philanthropic leader in the 13-parish Greater New Orleans region for 100 years. Our vision is to create an economically and culturally

    vibrant, sustainable, and just region for all, and our mission is to champion charitable giving,

    strengthen nonprofits, and lead civic initiatives in the Greater New Orleans region. As a

    community foundation, our resources are comprised of more than 1000 charitable funds

    established by individuals, businesses, and organizations with a passion for charitable giving and

    a deep commitment to the Greater New Orleans region. As a civic leader, we bring together

    passionate people from nonprofits, business, government, and philanthropy to address our

    region’s greatest challenges.

    The Foundation is an inspiring, engaging, challenging, thought-provoking, diverse, and dynamic

    place to work and advance your career. We pride ourselves on investing in high-quality staff

    members and encouraging success by allowing individuals the opportunity to both contribute and

    enhance their skills and talents as well as to share their unique perspectives as we address

    community challenges. Our workplace environment nurtures a diverse team and results in a

    broad base of staff knowledge and talent.

    Position Overview

    The Greater New Orleans Foundation Senior Program Associate for Environmental Programs

    supports the Program Department’s Environmental Programs to increase Louisiana’s

    sustainability and mitigate environmental challenges. This position is essential in sustaining

    Environmental Programs, supporting relationship-building with stakeholders, convening planning

    and delivery, and grantmaking support. The Senior Program Associate for Environmental

    Programs reports to the Director of Environmental Programs, supporting coordination with

    internal and external stakeholders and acting as a representative and ambassador of the

    Foundation.

    Principal Duties

    Project Management

    ● Ensures coordination and organization of the Foundation’s various environmental projects.

    ● Collects and analyzes data and presents results to the Director of Environmental

    Programs.

    ● Manages the convening calendar in partnership with the Director of Environmental

    Programs.

    ● Works with the Program Assistant to help schedule convenings and manage workshop and

    convening logistics, including arrangements for food/drink and room set-up.

    ● Captures notes and next steps, summarizing and developing an understanding of how

    specific meetings fit within the context of the overall work.

    ● Manages budgets for the environmental project grants and communicates updates with the

    Director of Environmental Programs.

    ● Manages CRM data updates, including adding contacts and ensuring adequate follow-up.

    ● Manages convening RSVPs and reminders, coordinating with the

    Communications team to develop emails and convening materials.

    Relationship Management and Communication

    ● Supports the development of trusting relationships with various stakeholders.

    ● Manages and coordinates with cohorts and advisory groups.

    ● Coordinates with consultants to support environmental projects and activities and manages

    related administration, including reviewing proposals, preparing contracts, and processing

    invoices.

    ● Manages content development environmental communications - including social media

    posts, web copy, blogs, newsletters, e-blasts, Foundation collateral, and meeting materials

    - with the Director of Environmental Programs and the Foundation Communications team.

    External and Internal Convening Support

    ● Supports convening agenda development process, proposing content and activities to

    guide participants toward desired outcomes, ensures stakeholder alignment with the

    convening approach, and acts as a thought partner with the Director of Environmental

    Programs to design convenings.

    ● Facilitates convenings within the Environmental Program priority areas, leading

    discussions, answering questions, and guiding participants.

    Grantmaking Support

    ● Communicates with nonprofits on funding opportunities within the Environmental Program

    priority area.

    ● Reviews grant applications and reports and shares relevant data as directed by the

    Director of Environmental Programs.

    ● Supports the development of recommendation write-ups with guidance and supervision

    from the Director of Environmental Programs.

    ● Serves as a point of contact with grantee partners within the Environmental Program

    priority area.

    Grantwriting and Reporting Support

    ● Conducts research and tracks data to contribute to the grant writing and reporting

    processes in support of the Director of Environmental Programs and Strategic Partnerships

    Officer.

    Cross-Program and Cross-Departmental Collaboration

    ● Supports additional programmatic efforts as funding dictates.

    ● Seeks opportunities for creating synergies and collaborations between areas, avoiding the

    isolation of working in a silo.

    ● As a Foundation’s Programs Department member, provides occasional support for special

    projects and initiatives in other program areas or departments.

    Remain Flexible about Work Assignments

    Because of the fluid and evolving nature of work at the Foundation, the Senior Program Associate

    for Environmental Programs may occasionally be asked to take on other assignments not

    covered in this position description, including filling in for the front desk at the

    Foundation. The Senior Program Associate for Environmental Programs is expected to

    demonstrate openness and flexibility when asked to take on these new assignments.

    Required Qualifications

    ● Has an understanding of environmental challenges in our region, including various

    constituent perspectives.

    ● The ability to coordinate and execute effective and engaging convenings.

    ● The ability to facilitate small groups (e.g., 5-6 people), conduct one-on-one meetings with

    stakeholders to align on convening strategy, and adapt to dynamic shifts during the

    facilitation.

    ● Expertise in managing and analyzing budgets.

    ● Excellent oral and written communication skills, including simplifying and effectively communicating complex topics.

    ● Ability to work with diverse stakeholders, including vendors, nonprofits, board members, and foundation partners.

    ● Demonstrated ability to effectively manage time and resources to complete daily tasks and projects and make clear and timely decisions.

    ● Excellent computer skills, including proficiency in MS Office, experience with data management, the ability to quickly learn and utilize new technology, and an enthusiasm for working in a tech-enabled organization.

    ● A preference for a quick pace of work while maintaining high levels of detail orientation and accuracy.

    ● Receptiveness to feedback and course correction and willingness to learn.

    Experience & Education

    ● Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent experience).

    ● 3-5 years experience working in a professional office setting (non-profit or philanthropy-related field preferred).

    ● Familiarity with project management best practices, including tools like Asana.

    Compensation & Benefits

    Salary commensurate with experience; salary range starts at $65,000. This position is exempt, and the employee will be eligible for the Foundation’s competitive health and benefits plan including paid leave and employer-paid retirement.

    Application Instructions and Additional Information:

    Please submit your resume and cover letter to careers@gnof.org. For more information, you may reach out to the email provided above. Only complete applications will be considered.

    Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

    The Greater New Orleans Foundation provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local laws.


  • October 12, 2023 9:59 AM | Kristian Beatty (Administrator)

    Organizational Overview

    The Greater New Orleans Foundation has been a trusted philanthropic leader in the 13-parish Greater New Orleans region for 100 years. Our vision is to create an economically and culturally vibrant, sustainable, and just region for all, and our mission is to champion charitable giving, strengthen nonprofits, and lead civic initiatives in the Greater New Orleans region. As a community foundation, our resources are comprised of more than 1000 charitable funds established by individuals, businesses, and organizations with a passion for charitable giving and a deep commitment to the Greater New Orleans region. As a civic leader, we bring together passionate people from nonprofits, business, government, and philanthropy to address our region’s greatest challenges.

    The Foundation is an inspiring, engaging, challenging, thought-provoking, diverse, and dynamic place to work and advance your career. We pride ourselves on investing in high-quality staff members and encouraging success by allowing individuals the opportunity to both contribute and enhance their skills and talents as well as to share their unique perspectives as we address community challenges. Our workplace environment nurtures a diverse team and results in a broad base of staff knowledge and talent.

    Position Overview

    The Greater New Orleans Foundation Senior Program Associate for Workforce supports the Program Department’s Workforce programming, addressing the most pressing challenges of the Greater New Orleans workforce. This position is essential in sustaining Workforce Programs by supporting relationship-building with stakeholders, content development, convening planning and delivery, and grantmaking support. The Senior Program Associate for Workforce reports to the Director of Workforce Programs, supporting coordination with internal and external stakeholders and acting as a representative and ambassador of the Foundation.

    Principal Duties

    Project Management

    ● Ensures coordination and organization of the Foundation’s various workforce projects.

    ● Collects and analyzes data and presents results to the Director of Workforce Programs.

    ● Manages the convening calendar in partnership with the Director of Workforce Programs.

    ● Works with the Program Assistant to help schedule convenings and manage workshop and convening logistics, including arrangements for food/drink and room set-up.

    ● Captures notes and next steps, summarizing and developing an understanding of how specific meetings fit within the context of the overall work.

    ● Manages budgets for the workforce project grants and communicates updates with the Director of Workforce Programs.

    ● Manages CRM data updates, including adding contacts and ensuring adequate follow-up.

    ● Manages convening RSVPs and reminders, coordinating with the Communications team to develop emails and convening materials.

    Relationship Management and Communication

    ● Supports the development of trusting relationships with various stakeholders.

    ● Coordinates consistent outreach with community members to strengthen relationships and inform constituents of upcoming initiatives.

    ● Conducts meetings with constituents, supporting the Director of Workforce Programs with more prominent or high-profile convenings.

    ● Coordinates with consultants to support workforce projects and activities and manages related administration, including reviewing proposals, preparing contracts, and processing invoices.

    ● Manages content development for workforce communications - including social media posts, web copy, blogs, newsletters, e-blasts, Foundation collateral, and meeting materials- with the Director of Workforce Programs and the Foundation Communications team.

    External and Internal Convening Support

    ● Supports convening agenda development process, proposing content and activities to guide participants toward desired outcomes, ensures stakeholder alignment with the convening approach, and acts as a thought partner with the Director of Workforce

    Programs to design convenings.

    ● Facilitates convenings within the Workforce Program priority areas, leading discussions, answering questions, and guiding participants.

    Grantmaking Support

    ● Communicates with nonprofits on funding opportunities within the Workforce Program priority area.

    ● Reviews grant applications and reports and shares relevant data as directed by the Director of Workforce Programs.

    ● Supports the development of recommendation write-ups with guidance and supervision from the Director of Workforce Programs.

    ● Serves as a point of contact with grantee partners within the Workforce Program priority area.

    Grantwriting and Reporting Support

    ● Conducts research and tracks data to contribute to the grant writing and reporting processes in support of the Director of Workforce Programs and Strategic Partnerships

    Officer.

    Cross-Program and Cross-Departmental Collaboration

    ● Supports additional programmatic efforts as funding dictates.

    ● Seeks opportunities for creating synergies and collaborations between areas, avoiding the isolation of working in a silo.

    ● As a Foundation’s Programs Department member, provides occasional support for special projects and initiatives in other program areas or departments.

    Remain Flexible about Work Assignments

    Because of the fluid and evolving nature of work at the Foundation, the Senior Program Associate for Workforce may occasionally be asked to take on other assignments not covered in this position description, including filling in for the front desk at the Foundation. The Senior Program

    Associate for Workforce is expected to demonstrate openness and flexibility when asked to take on these new assignments.

    Required Qualifications

    ● Has an understanding of labor markets, workforce policy, and the workforce ecosystem, including employer needs and priorities.

    ● The ability to coordinate and execute effective and engaging convenings.

    ● The ability to facilitate small groups (e.g., 5-6 people), conduct one-on-one meetings with stakeholders to align on convening strategy, and adapt to dynamic shifts during the facilitation.

    ● Expertise in managing and analyzing budgets.

    ● Excellent oral and written communication skills, including simplifying and effectively communicating complex topics.

    ● Ability to work with diverse stakeholders, including vendors, nonprofits, board members, and foundation partners.

    ● Demonstrated ability to effectively manage time and resources to complete daily tasks and projects and make clear and timely decisions.

    ● Excellent computer skills, including proficiency in MS Office, experience with data management, the ability to quickly learn and utilize new technology, and an enthusiasm for working in a tech-enabled organization.

    ● A preference for a quick pace of work while maintaining high levels of detail orientation and accuracy.

    ● Receptiveness to feedback and course correction and willingness to learn.

    Experience & Education

    ● Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent experience).

    ● 3-5 years experience working in a professional office setting (non-profit or philanthropy- related field preferred).

    ● Familiarity with project management best practices, including tools like Asana.

    Compensation & Benefits

    Salary commensurate with experience; salary range starts at $65,000. This position is exempt, and the employee will be eligible for the Foundation’s competitive health and benefits plan including paid leave and employer-paid retirement.

    Application Instructions and Additional Information:

    Please submit your resume and cover letter to careers@gnof.org. For more information, you may reach out to the email provided above. Only complete applications will be considered.

    Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

    The Greater New Orleans Foundation provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local laws.


  • September 28, 2023 11:40 AM | Kristian Beatty (Administrator)

    Effective Date: 07/10/23 

    Literacy Volunteers at Centenary College Job Description 

    Title: Program Manager 

    Reports to: Executive Director 

    Literacy Volunteers at Centenary College has a 25 hour/week, part time position opening for a Program Manager.  The position involves student, teacher and tutor intake/registration, TABE Assessment of new students, matching students with digital and/or print curriculum and tutors/teachers.  Proficiency with computers and the internet is required. Onboarding students in our programs and reporting their progress is also important. The position duties also include print and digital record keeping, proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite plus other duties.  We currently offer Basic Literacy, English as Second Language and Pre-HiSET courses.  Our students are adults 18 years old and older.

    The ideal candidate is a retired or on-leave teacher with experience in TABE Assessment and educational program management who wants to keep their skills sharp and help others achieve their literacy goals.  Other candidates will also be considered.

    Duties: 

    1. Reception & Telephone: Greet all people with kindness and respect. Effectively answer, direct, manage  phone calls, messages, and phone system to assure students, tutors, staff, and callers are effectively helped  and phone communications are accurate and thorough. 

    2. Students: Assist to complete, edit, review, record, and file student forms to assure that hardcopy, and digital  records are timely, accurate, thorough, and coordinated. 

    3. Tutors: Assist to complete, edit, review, record and file tutor forms and timesheets to assure that hardcopy and digital records are timely, accurate and thorough, and coordinated. 

    4. Assessments: Assist students with completion of assessment documents to assure that hardcopy and digital records are timely, accurate and thorough, and coordinated. 

    a. TABE Assessments - Scan and email completed documents to BPCC’s College Transition Program to assist BPCC contact in acquiring student login credentials. Request, record, and file subsequent score results. Schedule student completion of TABE Assessments and follow-up meetings to discuss score results. 

    b. R.E.A.D, ESOL and other Assessment tools – Schedule students and testers to assure timely completion, follow-up meetings to discuss score results and filing of assessment documents and scores.

    5. Digital Platforms: Manage various digital platforms and assist with digital onboarding and orientation of students to assure that students are sufficiently trained to successfully use digital platforms to meet their learning goals. 

    6. Print Materials: Monitor, request and maintain print materials to assure that tutors and students have the resources required to teach and learn. 

    7. Prepare, Manage and Maintain Various Reports: Prepare digital and hardcopy reports as needed to assure information is complete, timely, accurate, thorough, and actionable. 

    a. Microsoft Access Reports – Generate reports that reflect student, tutor, volunteer, and other activity  for the purpose of periodic review, reporting requirements and program assessment and planning. b. Excel Reports – Design, enter data, prepare, and manage operational reports to assure that  information is complete, timely, accurate, thorough, and actionable. 

    c. Grant Submissions & Reports – Prospectively and retrospectively record, review important dates and  other information required to submit grant requests, grant results and end of grant reports. Advise  the Executive Director in advance of important dates to assist with timely action. 

    d. Donor Data Base & Reports – Design, enter data, prepare, and manage operational reports to assure  that information is complete, timely, accurate, thorough, and actionable. 

    e. Tutor & Student Reports - Prospectively and retrospectively record, review, and print important dates,  activity, and other information required to review and manage tutor and student progress. 

    f. Periodic Reports – Collect, organize, and present timely, accurate and thorough information and  data for the purpose of fulfilling periodic reports. 

    g. Board Reports – Assist with the preparation of various agendas, recommendations, and information  to assure that the Board of Directors, Annual Membership, and other meeting participants have sufficient information of LVCC operations to make informed decisions. 

    8. Communications: Manage email, social media, and website to assure timely and accurate documents and  information are available to all constituencies. 

    9. Newsletters, Solicitations and Marketing: Assist with design, preparation, printing, mailing, distribution of periodic newsletters, solicitations and other print and marketing materials. 

    10. Presentations: Occasionally make presentations to civic, donors, agencies, and other groups when the Executive Director is not available. 

    11. Other Duties as Assigned. 

    Interested applicants may apply by contacting Patrick Quick:

    email: literacyvolunteers837@gmail.com

    Office: 318-869-2411

    Walk-in: 106 East Kings Highway, suite 202



  • September 04, 2023 12:49 PM | Kristian Beatty (Administrator)

    Company Overview:

    Trepwise is a strategy consulting firm dedicated to unlocking the potential of purpose-driven organizations by aligning people, process, and vision. Our organizational planning, systems coordination, and facilitated solutions lab experiences provide human-centered roadmaps and strategies for how purpose-driven organizations can transform themselves and drive lasting impact. We lift the experiences and insights of a diverse array of stakeholders into our work with the goal of creating thriving and equitable communities nourished by good ideas.

    Since our firm’s founding in 2013, we have expanded rapidly to serve hundreds of clients, ranging from start-ups to state and local governments. We work with purpose-driven organizations across sectors and industries, using innovative approaches to create strategies and plans through the lens of fostering a more equitable and justice-filled world. While we serve communities across the country, we stay committed to our roots. We’re based in New Orleans, a city known for boldness and creativity. We bring this spirit of innovation to every relationship.

    We value:

    ● Humanity

    ● Authenticity

    ● Collaboration

    ● Curiosity

    ● Agility

    ● Rigor

    Working at Trepwise:

    At Trepwise we believe in people. We work collaboratively, rigorously, and at a fast pace, but also take the time to reflect, support, appreciate, and celebrate one another on a regular basis. Fostering a better, more human-centered workplace culture is at the core of everything we do, from supporting clients to define and implement strong cultures within their organizations, to creating ways to better live our values within our own team. We are aligned and driven by our vision and mission, and we strive to consistently live up to our values. We are dedicated to diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging, and we invest in opportunities for our team to explore and work to overcome individual and collective biases relating to race, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, and ability. Some of the ways our culture comes to life include:

    ● Quarterly and annual firm planning retreats.

    ● Ongoing training and discussion on becoming a more equitable and anti-racist organization.

    ● Pro bono projects to support impactful organizations at little to no cost to them.

    ● Employee-led committees focused on strengthening the company from the inside out.

    ● Consistent opportunities for internal team coaching and external professional development.

    ● Outstanding and competitive benefits, such as unlimited vacation, generous stipend for health, dental, and vision insurance, a philanthropy allowance, and paid weekly one-on-one lunches.

    ● Hybrid work environment with a flexible in-person office neighboring a new coworking space. 

    Position Overview: As a new Advisor you’d be joining an exceptionally dedicated team of leaders.

    We are motivated to do our best for our team, our clients, and our community. Advisors are responsible for managing client relationships, leading engagement teams, and ensuring we meet and exceed client expectations. Work can vary from designing a multi-year organizational planning process, to facilitating diverse groups of institutions to address social challenges, to providing thought leadership and recommendations around organizational culture change.

    Engagement Management

    ● Serve as client lead on small, medium, and large engagements

    ● Set and own the strategy and story of the client project from beginning to end

    ● Independently manage a client relationship and address client needs

    ● Translate complex ideas and themes into client-friendly deliverables

    ● Manage small and large teams (3+) on projects they lead

    ● Manage hiccups and challenges proactively and appropriately

    ● Leverage previous lived experience and context to improve work

    Facilitation

    ● Facilitate small and large gatherings to reach alignment

    ● Effectively lead strategic thinking in real time

    ● Set and own facilitation outcomes and run-of-show

    ● Lead stakeholder conversations and focus groups

    ● Master basic human-centered design approaches, centering empathy and inclusion

    Project Management

    ● Meet all deadlines and complete assigned tasks

    ● Respond to all internal and external communications in a timely manner

    ● Fluidly prioritize and manage multiple tasks and projects

    ● Manage down to ensure accountability to deadlines and budget

    ● Effectively delegate work to project teams

    ● Support client scheduling and follow up

    ● Independently project manage major engagements

    Research, Analysis & Synthesis

    ● Develop research questions and lead research process on a variety of topics

    ● Analyze qualitative and quantitative data sets to identify themes and trends

    ● Use tools to visualize qualitative and quantitative data sets to identify themes and trends

    Deliverable Creation

    ● Draft, review & finalize high quality client reports, presentations, and communications

    ● Guide, review & finalize project work plans, agendas, and meeting summaries

    ● Design deliverables to be visually appealing

    Other Duties

    ● Build financial models, budgets, and tools to support client planning and implementation

    ● Partner with firm leadership to cultivate new business

    ● Own and contribute to internal projects related to equity, culture, strategy, and/or growth

    ● Represent the firm in the community at events and speaking engagements

    ● Support colleagues by taking on other tasks as necessary

    Beyond these responsibilities, we aim to enhance our culture with each hire. We encourage individuals to apply who share passion for our vision, mission, and values and enjoy contributing ideas on how we can become stronger as a team and as a growing business.

    Trepwise team members are occasionally required to work evenings and weekends and may be asked to travel sporadically for client engagements.

    Experience & Qualifications:

    ● Master’s degree and 5+ years’ experience OR 10+ years’ work experience in nonprofit, public sector or organizational management, management consulting, or related field.

    ● Experience in creating and leading diverse, effective, and productive teams of mission-aligned individuals.

    ● Demonstrated ability to collect information, identify opportunities for improvement, and frame a strategic solution to a problem.

    ● Experience managing the complexity associated with a client-driven consulting practice.

    ● Experience presenting and facilitating large gatherings of stakeholders.

    ● Experience managing others (e.g., a project team) required.

    ● Preferred experience working in or with public sector entities to address social challenges.

    ● Primary residence within short driving distance to New Orleans or surrounding areas.

    Relocation funds may be available.

    Compensation:

    $70,000 to $85,000+, commensurate with experience. Trepwise also has a generous package of benefits, including parental leave, and unlimited paid time off.

    Application Instructions:

    ● Please upload a cover letter and resume to the hiring form by 11:59PM CST, Sunday, Oct 1st.

    ● A final candidate will be selected by November 22nd.

    ● No phone calls or follow-up emails, please.

    ● Only applications that follow all stated instructions will be considered.

    Selection Process & Criteria:

    The selection process consists of three rounds: a behavioral interview, a case study work product and presentation, and a final interview with the leadership team. Reference checks (3), a Predictive Index Assessment, and a background check will be conducted for final candidates.

    In addition to the areas listed in the job description, candidates will be evaluated on the following:

    ○ Values and mindset alignment

    ○ Demonstrated expertise in sectors Trepwise serves

    ○ Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) awareness and commitment

    ○ Communication and interpersonal Skills

    ○ Problem-solving, analytical skills, and comfort with multiple workstreams

    ○ Leadership, management, and teamwork skills

    Trepwise is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, ability, age, or veteran status. We work hard to ensure diverse slates of candidates for openings at our company.

    Interested applicants may learn more and apply by following this link.


  • July 24, 2023 2:48 PM | Kristian Beatty (Administrator)

    Title:

    Chief Services Officer. The Chief Services Officer (CSO) is the key leader of the comprehensive array of services and programs committed to making homelessness rare, brief, and nonrecurring in the greater Dallas, TX region.

    Company Introduction:

    The Bridge Homeless Recovery Center is a nationally recognized nonprofit provider of innovative homeless recovery services to adults in Dallas and the surrounding area, serving over 500 citizens each day for Day Shelter services.

    The Bridge Homeless Recovery Center is a multi-service campus that is the center of the Dallas community response to the issue of homelessness, leveraging public and private resources and working collaboratively to deliver basic needs and homeless recovery services. The Bridge provides access to Day Shelter services, care coordination, physical and behavioral healthcare, employment/income services, housing placement services, and Night Shelter services.

    Job Description:

    The Chief Services Officer (CSO) leads the team of employees responsible for the Intake, Care Management, Homeless Recovery, and Day and Night Shelter services.

    This position drives the process of identification and engagement of Housing Solution services through collaborative partner relationships. The CSO reviews on an ongoing basis service being offered, monitors services delivery, and develops new programs and services as Guest needs emerge. The CSO informs the CEO, and ultimately the Board of Directors, of all program successes, challenges, and Services Team needs.

    The CSO leads a high performing team of Program Managers responsible for moving the organization to the next level by sustaining and improving employee recruitment, training, performance appraisal, compensation, and retention strategies.

    PLEASE NOTE: Applicants must have experience in clinical services, homelessness services and have excellent spoken and written communication skills. These are considered minimum standards and without any one of the three will result in disqualification from eligibility.

    Minimum Qualifications:

    • Master’s Degree in human or social services required, with demonstrated professional diagnostic skills, clinical background working with adults, and state licensure preferred.
    • At least 10 years of professional experience overall, with significant experience working with services addressing homelessness issues at the micro, mezzo and macro levels.
    • Minimum of five years of senior leadership experience, including supervision of a diverse set of employees in the operation of multiple human services programs, or the equivalent.

    Pay Rate:

    The Chief Services Officer will be paid within the range of $120 – $140k. The rate will be determined based upon experience and credentials.

    Benefits:

    As a team member at The Bridge Homeless Recovery Center, you will be eligible for these benefits:

    • Health Care; Dental Care; Eye Care; Life Insurance.
    • 401(k) with matching up to 4% after 1 month of employment.
    • PTO accrual equal to 35 days per year.

    Location:

    The Bridge Homeless Recovery Center is located in downtown Dallas, in the Farmers Market District.

    Contact/application information:

    Colton Strawser Consulting is leading the search for the next Chief Services Officer for The Bridge Homeless Recovery Center. Please forward resumes to Keith A. Ackerman, LMSW at keith@coltonstrawser.com.

    Consulting:

    www.coltonstrawser.com

    For additional information about The Bridge Homeless Recovery Center and its programs, please visit:

    www.bridgehrc.org



  • July 19, 2023 3:35 PM | Kristian Beatty (Administrator)

    THE POSITION

    The Chief Development Officer (CDO) reports to the President & CEO and serves as a member of the C Team. They will develop and execute annual and long-range fund development plans to ensure continued growth in giving. They will develop relationships with key donors, supervise volunteer efforts, and participate in organization-wide leadership and decision-making.

    RESPONSIBILITIES

    • Works closely with Chief Executive Officer and Board of Directors to develop and implement fundraising and program strategies to support the mission and goals of the Food Bank.
    • Serve as a member of the C Team, contributing to organization-wide strategic direction and decision-making and ensuring fundraising plans and priorities are aligned with those of other departments
    • Develop annual staffing plans and implement robust, achievable development goals that are tied to the organization’s overarching strategic plans and ensure accountability
    • Establishes forecasts and evaluates fundraising potential; researches and identifies sources of funds to support Food Bank programs.
    • Develops and implements innovative strategies for continually improving Food Bank’s impact, effectiveness, and quality of fundraising activities.
    • Manage an active portfolio of current and prospective major donors
    • Establishes guidelines for donor stewardship and recognition and oversees the effective and enthusiastic conveying of the organization’s appreciation for its donors.
    • Actively works to increase membership in the Fraenkel Society by speaking with donors concerning the benefits and process for establishing a planned gift, and in the Hunger Action Council by soliciting multi-year pledge
    • Ensures that adequate foundation, corporate and government grants are submitted to maximize income goals. Collaborates with Development and Finance staff to ensure appropriate grant reporting, documentation and required follow-up.
    • Serves as a key spokesperson. Builds and maintains appropriate external relationships and coalitions. Stays abreast of relevant development opportunities with various community groups and agencies.
    • Provides direction on the funding potential of established and future programs. Works closely with other departments to forecast funding needs, build community awareness and cultivate relationships.
    • Lead, manage, and inspire a high-caliber team of development and communication professionals
    • Works with Development staff and volunteers to coordinate and run successful events and campaigns.
    • Oversees relationship with Direct Mail Contractor in the creation of appeals for direct mail and evaluates results of mailings.
    • Performs other duties as assigned by the Chief Executive Officer or Board of Directors.

    QUALIFICATIONS

    • A passionate, enthusiastic commitment to the mission of fighting hunger in Greater Baton Rouge and our surrounding parishes
    • A minimum of seven to eight years of senior-level leadership experience managing successful development teams and a record of accomplishment in building significant fundraising programs; capital campaign experience would be a plus
    • Proven ability to secure six- and seven-figure philanthropic gifts from individuals, foundations, and corporations
    • Experience hiring, managing, motivating, and retaining a team of staff that strives to achieve excellence and exceed goals
    • Excellent written, verbal, and public communication skills with persuasive ability, including strong storytelling capacity and the ability to effectively convey the organization’s mission and humanize hunger
    • Ability to relate effectively to other staff, volunteers, agency representatives, and the public • Honesty, integrity, and the capacity to make decisions supported by facts
    • Strong organizational and problem-solving skills, ability to meet tight deadlines, multitask, and hold self and others accountable for results
    • A willingness to be constructive by providing solutions, displaying optimism, being respectful and fair, and working as a team-player with peers and staff alike
    • The ability to have fun along the way
    • Experience with prospect and donor management fundraising software applications
    • Solid fiscal management skills with experience in budget analysis, forecasting, and planning
    • Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite
    • A valid driver’s license
    • A bachelor’s degree or equivalent relevant experience is required

    BENFITS

    • Health Insurance
    • Dental Insurance
    • Vision Insurance
    • Disability Insurance (Employer funded)
    • Supplemental Insurance
    • 403(b) Retirement with 50% match up to 10% of salary
    • Paid Time Off

    TO APPLY

    Please email all resumes to Nicole Thibodeaux, HR Director, at nicole@brfoodbank.org


  • July 10, 2023 9:18 AM | Kristian Beatty (Administrator)

    SCOPE OF POSITION: Responsible for leading an enhanced Third-Party Events program for Mary Bird Perkins

    Cancer Center's Northshore market. Supports Director of Development in giving group programming and communication, building relationships with community organizations, and stewardship of donors.

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Wt.

    1. Responsible for developing and implementing an enhanced Third-Party Events program through proactive cultivation, solicitation and relationship management. Includes the successful implementation of appropriately identified third-party events.

    2. Provide development team support such as maintaining donor database, stewardship touches and creating impact reports.

    3. Lead giving group programming including planning logistics for special events and managing member communication.

    4. Oversees and executes regional special projects as assigned by Northshore Director of Development.

    MARGINAL FUNCTIONS

    • Supports other Development programs and projects as appropriate.
    • Works closely with Development Staff to develop and ensure execution of departmental timelines, as needed to support Development office activities and programs.
    • When appropriate, attends all major MBPCC fundraising events.
    • When appropriate, supports major MBPCC fundraising events to help meet goals.

    STANDARDS

    1. Responsible for developing and implementing an enhanced Third-Party Events program through proactive cultivation, solicitation and relationship management.

    • Working with Northshore Director of Development, develops an annual plan and ensures implementation based on the timeline of the plan.
    • Continues to seek out new opportunities for partnership as well as grow existing relationships with third party event donors by communicating regularly.
    • Organizes details and logistics related to third party events, Cancer Center events, cause marketing campaigns, fundraising initiatives, peer-to-peer fundraisers, community/corporate partnership, and special development projects.
    • Ensures that there is an educational component to the event and that those participating understand the mission of the Center.

    2. Provide development team support such as maintaining donor database, stewardship touches and creating impact reports.

    • Enter and maintain contact reports in donor database.
    • Participate in prospect strategy meetings as necessary and complete research as appropriate
    • Work in collaboration with Northshore Director of Development to craft and coordinate donor touches, stewardship activities, impact reports and strategic direction for team.

    3. Lead giving group programming including planning logistics for special events and managing member communication.

    • Assists with the logistics associated with giving group event planning and execution, tracking and sending out solicitation/renewal letters in a timely matter, managing membership list, etc.
    • Works closely with Northshore Director of Development to execute special events and projects and manages stewardship touch points.
    • Identifies communication and promotion needs and works with the Communications Department to ensure these needs are met.

    4. Oversees and executes regional special projects in support of all MBPCC markets as assigned by Northshore Director of Development.

    EDUCATION: Bachelor's Degree

    EXPERIENCE: Minimum of 3-5 years of fundraising experience required. Experience with event and project management preferred.

    COMPENSATION: The salary range for this position is $47,000-$57,000, with eligibility to receive an annual performance-based incentive contingent on meeting team goals and fulfilling job responsibilities

    SPECIALIZED KNOWLEDGE: Knowledge of community individuals and businesses. Proficiency in Microsoft Office, including applications in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.

    LOCATION: Covington, LA (Regular travel is required within region)

    ADDITIONAL SKILLS/ABILITIES:

    Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

    Excellent project management skills. Ability to multi-task and prioritize.

    Analytical ability is required to prepare detailed budgets and monitor budgets during events with flexibility and creativity.

    Continual attention to detail in composing and proofing materials, establishing priorities and meeting tight deadlines.

    High level of interpersonal skills to handle sensitive and confidential situations. Requires demonstrated professionalism, tact, and diplomacy.

    Ability to professionally interact with community volunteers. Requires knowledge of community.

    Strong volunteer management skills.

    Ability to make decisions independently, anticipate needs, and take initiative.

    Link to apply: https://oneoncology.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/MBPCC/job/REGIONAL-ASSOCIATE-DIRECTOR-OF-DEVELOPMENT_R-0000005568


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