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Assistant Cook-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
Assistant Cook
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * The Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma is seeking an Assistant Cook who will assist other food service staff team members in providing nutritious, good tasting and appealing meals and snacks. It is the Assistant Cook's responsibility to help in the preparation of these meals and snacks by methods that maintain high nutrient levels and that are consistent with the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma’s requirements.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Prepares meals in accordance with the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma’s Food Service Policies, CACFP regulations/guidelines, Menus and Recipes.
• Helps to maintain established safety standards as set forth by the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma’s SOP, local and state regulations/guidelines, including: proper preparation and storage of food, cleaning and sanitation of equipment, facilities, utensils, maintenance and calibration of equipment
• Demonstrates initiative; achieves goals beyond job requirements; being proactive; taking prompt action to accomplish objectives. Sets priorities, goals, and timetables to achieve maximum productivity
• Monitors and checks work, systems and processes to meet quality standards; demonstrates a high level of concern and thoroughness; checks work to ensure completeness and accuracy. Helps others attain same level of quality.
• Cooperates with and participates in nutrition education activities for staff, clients. Attends and participates in organization-sponsored trainings, and other continuing education, career and professional development opportunities. Participates in general staff meetings and other meetings and events planned by the organization.
• Performs other duties, as assigned. 
Position Qualifications: EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE: High school diploma or equivalent. Minimum three years’ prior experience, including work in a high volume production kitchen. Full knowledge of methods, procedures and quality standards relating basic kitchen procedures and terminology. Ability to communicate effectively with associates, management, clients and vendors if necessary. Understanding of and compassion for our mission. 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Ability to withstand extreme temperatures in the kitchen working environment, ranging from 0 to 120 degrees. Ability to visually inspect, taste and smell product to ensure freshness and quality. Regularly required to sit, stand for long periods of time, walk, bend, and work in cramped areas. 
Required ability to lift objects of 50 lbs. Repetitive movements of kitchen equipment and hand tools. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. 
Position Requirements: PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS AND PROFESSIONAL REQUIREMENTS
• Integrity, enthusiasm, perspective, flexibility, and a strong work ethic;
• A desire to be a part of an innovative, entrepreneurial organization with the ability to prioritize, move quickly, and maintain strong follow-through in a dynamic environment;
• Superior writing and oral communication skills; ability to understand and translate information for intended audiences with clarity, crispness, and elegance;
• A deep appreciation for, and an ability to articulate, the mission of the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma;
• The intellectual depth, maturity, wisdom, and collaborative skills to garner the trust and confidence of donors, volunteer leaders, staff, and other constituents;
• Excellent interpersonal skills with a demonstrated ability to work well with people at all levels, and a strong commitment to teamwork.

ADDITIONAL DUTIES/REQUIREMENTS:
• Clearance of background investigation and drug screen. 
• Must be able to pass physical examination. 
Position Reports to:
Production Kitchen Manager
Hours and Salary:
Monday - Friday 7:00 - 4:00
To Apply for this Job: *
Please visit www.regionalfoodbank.org and complete an online application which will include submitting a cover letter and resume.
Application Deadline: Thursday, July 30, 2015
 Posted:  7/1/2015

Administrative Assistant-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Kirkpatrick Family Fund
Name of Job: *
Administrative Assistant
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * The Kirkpatrick Family Fund is filling the position of Administrative Assistant. He/she will provide administrative support for all grant programs and initiatives of the Fund. This position will report to multiple supervisors with the following functions: 
• Primary phone coverage
• Prepare and mail all USPS/UPS/Fed Ex packages
• Sort and distribute incoming mail
• Filing of materials and file maintenance
• Assist with bookkeeping/accounting functions as appropriate
• Meeting arrangements and activities of the Fund, invitations, catering, guest communications etc.
• Prepare correspondence, meeting minutes, spreadsheets, contracts, thank you letters etc.
• Update master calendar
• Prepare and distribute meeting packets for distribution either in digital or print form 
• Manage email communication with committees and constituents
• Manage eTapestry, other related databases and mailing lists
• Assist with scanning and retention of corporate records
• Assist with special projects 
• Perform other duties as assigned 
Position Qualifications:
Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent job experience is required. Job listing will remain open until position is filled.
Position Requirements: The successful candidate must be knowledgeable in and comfortable with the use of software including word processing, spread sheet, data base systems and internet research platforms. Individual must have excellent interpersonal skills and work well within a team, demonstrate initiative, manage deadlines and changing priorities and work well in a formal office environment. Other required skills include:
• Flexibility and ability to manage multiple projects and tasks simultaneously
• Ability to lift heavy shipping parcels
• Communicate effectively with a wide-range of individuals 
• Highly organized
• Excellent business writing and speaking abilities
• Attention to detail 
• Use of Microsoft Office products plus the ability to learn new and updated software
• Formal training in office procedures and use of office equipment is preferred 
• Special projects may require occasional evening or weekend participation 
Hours and Salary:
Salary will be commensurate with experience.
To Apply for this Job: *
Mail cover letter and resume to:
Elizabeth Eickman, Director
Kirkpatrick Family Fund
1001 West Wilshire, Fourth Floor
Oklahoma City, OK 73116

Or email cover letter and resume to: kff@occf.org
 Posted:  7/1/2015

Executive Director-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Oklahoma Osteopathic Association
Name of Job: *
Executive Director
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City, OK
Position Description: * The Oklahoma Osteopathic Association, a 501(c)6 organization and the professional organization representing 1348 Oklahoma osteopathic physicians, 310 residents and 425 osteopathic medical students, seeks a dynamic executive director with experience in association management, health policy, and membership retention and recruitment. For over 115 years, the OOA has been dedicated to the promotion of quality patient care and to the educational, informational, and legislative needs of its members. With a budget of over $1 million, the OOA maintains one of the highest percentages of membership throughout the country's osteopathic organization. By promoting effective health policies and quality training, education, and regulation of the osteopathic profession, the OOA focuses on enhancing quality health care for the people of Oklahoma. 
The OOA is a progressive organization that any top-level chief executive would be proud to lead. The organization, headquartered in Oklahoma City, OK, offers an excellent compensation package, with full competitive benefits package, including and IRS-approved profit sharing plan and medical, dental, and life insurance. 
Position Qualifications: The organization prefers an individual who has a Master's Degree or equivalent, and/or the Certified Association Executive designation or CAE eligibility, with a knowledge of current health care policy initiatives, and is effective in advocacy and government relations. Candidates must have comparable experience in a significant senior executive level position, preferably in the nonprofit or public sector, with proven success. The OOA prefers an executive of the highest integrity and demonstrates leadership ability along with a firm understanding of: membership retention and recruitment; continuing education; finance and budget; member service; governance; health systems and regulatory issues, including licensure; foundation/501(c)3 IRS regulations knowledge. 
Position Requirements:
Professional travel is required to represent the organization. Position requires knowledge and utilization of the newest technologies.
Position Reports to:
Board of Trustees
Hours and Salary:
Negotiable
To Apply for this Job: *
Interested candidates should send a cover letter, salary expectations, and resume or vitae to: OKEDsearch@okosteo.org
Attn: OOA Search Committee
Application Deadline: Friday, July 31, 2015
 Posted:  7/1/2015

Lead Teacher-Early Preschool-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Celebrations Preschool, Inc.
Name of Job: *
Lead Teacher - Early Preschool
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * Celebrations is non-profit, preschool program in South OKC. Our mission is to help children and families learn English and the skills they need to be successful. Celebrations needs an Early Preschool Lead Teacher for our new classroom. As a Lead Teacher this person would be responsible for the arrangement of the environment, keeping the environment safe and neat and caring for the children in his or her care. Additionally, the teacher would need to follow the established curriculum and ensure that lessons and activities are prepared and developmentally appropriate. The Lead Teacher would need to work as a team member with the Celebrations staff, families served and our board of directors. 
Position Qualifications:
CDA (Child Development Associates Credential OR
Mastery of Child Development Certificate OR
Associates in Child Development OR
Bachelors in Early Childhood Education OR Child Development

Experience in working with young children in a classroom setting.
Position Requirements:
Must be 19 years of age or older.
Must hold a current CDA, equivilent or higher degree.
Must be able to work full time / 40 hours per week and additional time as needed for meetings and special events.
Must be able to move and be active with young children.
Must be willing to pursue on-going education and maintain their registry/PDL with the CECPD.
Position Reports to:
Program Director
Hours and Salary:
Full time / 40 hours per week $25,000 salary
To Apply for this Job: *
Please send resume, including cover letter, to jessica.harris@celebrationsokc.org.

Application Deadline: Wednesday, July 15, 2015
 Posted:  6/30/2015

Seasonal Gardener-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Myriad Botanical Gardens
Name of Job: *
Seasonal Gardener
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * Job Summary: 
This position reports to the Lead Horticulturist and will be responsible for maintaining a section of the 15 acre gardens by performing garden maintenance tasks.

Key Responsibilities:
• Responsible performing garden maintenance tasks such as installing plants, proper pruning, weeding, watering, mulching, and maintaining plant health with correct soil fertility and inspection for insect and disease and conducting the appropriate treatment (i.e. fertilizers/pesticides). 
• Must have a keen eye for garden detail. 
• Will work with irrigator to help make small repairs and schedule appropriate water times. 
• Must be able to use power tools and equipment such as weed eaters, mowers, blowers, and sprayers. 
• Must be able to assume responsibility for following all procedures and guidelines related to safety, safe operation of equipment, and equipment maintenance tasks. 
• Observe and remember details, establish and meet garden project completion schedules on a daily, weekly, and monthly basis. 
• Follow specified procedures in performing single or multi-task assignments, and may work as a member of a crew with other staff or volunteers or work individually. Daily assignments are received verbally and/or in writing from the supervisor. 
• Gardeners should have a friendly, polite, service oriented demeanor and interact with the public when appropriate. This position requires working outdoors in inclement weather. 
Position Requirements: Skills and Abilities Required
• Must be a “self-starter”.
• Able to follow written and oral instructions and communicate well. 
• Able to observe and remember details.
• Able to meet garden project completion schedules on a daily, weekly, and monthly basis. 
• Able to work well individually, as well as a member of a crew with other staff members or volunteers.
• Skill in using various types of tools.
• Ability to follow safety procedures, rules, and regulations.

Primary Work Location
• Outside; continually exposed to heat, cold, humidity, dust, etc.
• Exposed to plant and tree pollens, bee or wasp stings, poison oak, ivy, or sumac and/or other allergy causing agents.
• Subject to working on or around slippery surfaces such as wet sidewalks, mud and oil.
• Exposed to hazards due to lifting, cleaning, and using tools and/or equipment.
• Will work near moving objects such as traffic and equipment.
• Exposed to toxins and chemical irritants such as fertilizers, pesticides and herbicides, etc.

Physical Requirements
• Must be able to lift, push, pull or carry objects weighing up to 50 pounds.
• Must be able to bend, twist, or reach. 
• Vision and hearing either corrected or non-corrected to perform daily tasks and use equipment in a safe and secure manner. 
• Ability to communicate clearly and concisely. 

Certificates, Licenses, Registrations 
• Valid Oklahoma Driver’s License.

Education/Work Experience Requirements:
• Horticulture background preferred.
• General knowledge of health and safety requirements as it relates to gardening tasks and equipment. 
Position Reports to:
Lead Horticulturist
To Apply for this Job: *
To Apply: 
Myriad Gardens Foundation supports the ADA and reasonably accommodates qualified applicants with disabilities. If you require a reasonable accommodation at any time during the application, interview or hiring process, please notify Human Resources at 405-445-7083 to make arrangements.
Application Deadline: Wednesday, September 30, 2015
 Posted:  6/30/2015

Gardener-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Myriad Botanical Gardens
Name of Job: *
Gardener
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * Job Summary: 
This position reports to the Lead Horticulturist and will be responsible for maintaining a section of the 15 acre gardens by performing garden maintenance tasks. Full-time; occasional night/weekends
Key Responsibilities:
• Responsible performing garden maintenance tasks such as installing plants, proper pruning, weeding, watering, mulching, and maintaining plant health with correct soil fertility and inspection for insect and disease and conducting the appropriate treatment (i.e. fertilizers/pesticides). 
• Must have a keen eye for garden detail. 
• Will work with irrigator to help make small repairs and schedule appropriate water times. 
• Must be able to use power tools and equipment such as weed eaters, mowers, blowers, and sprayers. 
• Must be able to assume responsibility for following all procedures and guidelines related to safety, safe operation of equipment, and equipment maintenance tasks. 
• Observe and remember details, establish and meet garden project completion schedules on a daily, weekly, and monthly basis. 
• Follow specified procedures in performing single or multi-task assignments, and may work as a member of a crew with other staff or volunteers or work individually. Daily assignments are received verbally and/or in writing from the supervisor. 
• Gardeners should have a friendly, polite, service oriented demeanor and interact with the public when appropriate. This position requires working outdoors in inclement weather. 
Position Requirements: Skills and Abilities Required
• Must be a “self-starter” with strong work ethic
• Able to follow written and oral instructions and communicate well. 
• Able to observe and remember details.
• Able to meet garden project completion schedules on a daily, weekly, and monthly basis. 
• Able to work well individually, as well as a member of a crew with other staff members or volunteers.
• Should be friendly, polite and service oriented. 
• Must have valid driver’s license with clean driving record.
• Stamina enough to exert oneself physically throughout the working day.

Primary Work Location
• Outside; continually exposed to heat, cold, humidity, dust, etc.
• Exposed to plant and tree pollens, bee or wasp stings, poison oak, ivy, or sumac and/or other allergy causing agents.
• Subject to working on or around slippery surfaces such as wet sidewalks, mud and oil.
• Exposed to hazards due to lifting, cleaning, and using tools and/or equipment.
• Will work near moving objects such as traffic and equipment.
• Exposed to toxins and chemical irritants such as fertilizers, pesticides and herbicides, etc.

Physical Requirements
• Must be able to lift, push, pull or carry objects weighing up to 50 pounds.
• Must be able to bend, twist, or reach. 
• Vision and hearing either corrected or non-corrected to perform daily tasks and use equipment in a safe and secure manner. 
• Ability to communicate clearly and concisely. 

Education/Work Experience Requirements:
• Horticulture or related education/experience.
• General knowledge of health and safety requirements as it relates to gardening tasks and equipment. 
Position Reports to:
Lead Horticulturist
To Apply for this Job: *
To Apply: 
Myriad Gardens Foundation supports the ADA and reasonably accommodates qualified applicants with disabilities. If you require a reasonable accommodation at any time during the application, interview or hiring process, please notify Human Resources at 405-445-7083 to make arrangements.

Please apply by sending:
A resume with references to: 
Myriad Gardens Foundation, 
ATTN: E. McFall 
301 W. Reno Ave, 
Oklahoma City, OK 73102
or EMcFall@myriadgardens.org
Application Deadline: Wednesday, September 30, 2015
 Posted:  6/30/2015

Program Outreach Coordinator-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: (Please write the full name of your org; no acronyms) *
Shiloh Camp
Name of Job: *
Program Outreach Coordinator
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: *
Seeking for a mature Christian leader for full-time employment. Must love children and outdoors, and have high organization skills and experience with inner city problems. Position trains and manages staff, develops follow-up strategies, oversees church and partner relations for ministry and much more. Bachelor’s degree preferred. Two years of experience with summer camps preferred. Must have flexible schedule beyond regular work hours. Contact 405-858-7011. www.shilohcamp.org
Position Requirements:
Ability to work with diverse population with an understanding of needs of inner city youth
Position Reports to:
Executive Director
Hours and Salary:
variable, based on experience
To Apply for this Job: *
apply online at www.shilohcamp.org
Application Deadline: Thursday, July 30, 2015
 Posted:  6/30/2015

Part-Time Administrative Assistant-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Junior Achievement of Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
Part-Time Administrative Assistant
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: *
Provide administrative support to Regional Director and other management staff. Duties include general clerical, receptionist and project-based work. Support daily operations of the Junior Achievement office. Ensure program quality, expansion, and positive donor and school relations.
Position Qualifications: • General receptionist and office management tasks which include but are not limited to: greeting visitors, answering phones, creating and modifying documents and letters using Microsoft Office Suite, monitoring and ordering office supplies, etc.
• Act as main support for the board of directors to include coordinating bi-monthly board meetings, creating meeting packets, taking and transcribing minutes, track member activities, etc.
• Maintain Raisers Edge database as it relates to donors and leadership volunteers.
• Create and distribute on-line correspondence in Constant Contact.
• Assist program, special event, and marketing staff as needed to meet budget and student goals. 
• Attend and assist in any manner needed four large fundraising events each year.
• Develop positive relations with stakeholders of varying racial, ethnic, and cultural backgrounds. 
• Limited speaking in public forums such as professional associations and businesses. 
Position Requirements: Requirements:
• Some college or equivalent experience
• Strong oral and written communication skills 
• Strong volunteer recruitment and customer relationship management experience
• High attention to detail and strong organizational skills
• Ability to perform multi-tasks in a fast-paced environment
• Strong marketing/persuasion skills
• Ability to work well in a team environment
• Strong computer literacy skills

Preferred Requirements
• Experience working in a BCRM
• Previous teaching experience
• Experience working with C Suite Executives 
Position Reports to:
Regional Directors
Hours and Salary:
Flexible hours; $11.50/hr.
To Apply for this Job: *
Send resume and three professional references via email to jwise@jaok.org. People selected for interviews will be notified by July 17. No phone calls please.
Application Deadline: Wednesday, July 15, 2015
 Posted:  6/29/2015

Development Coordinator-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
JDRF
Name of Job: *
Development Coordinator
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City, OK
Position Description: * JDRF is the leading global organization focused on type 1 diabetes (T1D) research. JDRF’s goal is to progressively remove the impact of T1D from people’s lives until we achieve a world without T1D. JDRF collaborates with a wide spectrum of partners and is the only organization with the scientific resources, policy influence and a working plan to bring life-changing therapies from the lab to the community. As the largest charitable supporter of T1D research, JDRF has invested nearly $2B in research over the past 45 years and is sponsoring scientific research in 17 countries worldwide. For more information, please visit www.jdrf.org 

Partner with Branch Director to organize, coordinate, implement and expand all fundraising activities. Manage market finances and donor management systems. Lead Outreach Program activities for market. Build and strengthen relationships with potential and existing volunteers and donors to consistently increase revenue. Understand and execute the National, Regional and Chapter activities, operations, policies and procedures that are within the scope of this position. 
Position Qualifications: Key functions of this position include, but are not limited to:

1.Manage all financial and donor management processes and systems

2.Handle all elements of our Outreach Program

3.Coordinate family team program for the JDRF One Walk

4.Manage auction procurement and production for Hope Gala

5.Recruit and supervise office and event day volunteers

6.Oversee event logistics across all programs

7.Oversee chapter communications

8.Handle all day-to-day office administrative functions

·Provide administrative support for fundraising activities, including tracking all donations, maintaining the current database of prospects and organizing all mailings. 

·Maintain the chapter computers, database and files. Ensure accurate and timely input of data concerning fundraising events, membership, leadership, volunteers, and donors. Retrieve information from database for reports as required. Receive appropriate training and update skills in computer technology. Regulate and manage office services, such as shipping, postal and postage meter, copier, fax, DSL, telephone, long distance, and cleaning. 

·Maintain accurate and complete financial records. Ensure that the chapter is complying with JDRF Financial Policies & Procedures. Provide information to chapter Branch Director for the preparation of reports to the Board and the national office. Work with Branch Director to ensure Chapter achieves no significant or repeat violations during Chapter internal audit. Utilize web-based tools for recording Chapter cash receipts/deposits, and for accessing Chapter Financial Reports. Prepare Chapter documents (invoices, expense reports, etc.) for routine submission to the National Office for processing. 

·Screen, direct, take messages, and respond to calls, mail, and e-mail when appropriate with a high level of professionalism and confidentiality.

·Help manage events and donor development activities for the chapter as assigned by the chapter Branch Director. Develop annual plans for assigned activities, including goals, objectives and follow-up. Participate in and/or lead development-related meetings. Develop and deliver presentations as required, and provide input and suggestions.

·In partnership with branch director and chapter volunteers, expand development activities designed to increase the identification, education, cultivation, and stewardship of fundraisers, donors, participants, and volunteers. 

·Maintain program standards as established by the national program team to ensure that the fundraising and program priorities of JDRF are incorporated. 

·Ensure there are clearly defined volunteer positions, job descriptions, goals and objectives for assigned committees in partnership with supervisor. Coordinate appropriate plans with volunteers (including budgets/timelines) for each assigned committee. 

·Recruit and supervise volunteers to ensure that the chapter has the needed assistance for fundraising and non-fundraising activities as assigned. 

·Respond to and follow through with inquiries, needs, complaints and/or issues in a prompt and courteous manner.

·Ensure the confidentiality and security of all proprietary information.

·Maintain a basic understanding of JDRF’s mission and research cure therapeutics.

·Perform all other responsibilities and projects as assigned by his/her immediate supervisor and senior management. 
Position Requirements: EDUCATION:
·Bachelor’s degree preferred or equivalent experience required.

YEARS OF EXPERIENCE:

·2-3+ years of fundraising experience required. 

KNOWLEDGE & SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: 

·Understanding of fundraising and event planning and execution. 

·Knowledge of clerical procedures, such as managing files and records, designing forms, and other office procedures and terminology. Proficient in word processing software and hardware including Microsoft Office software (Outlook, Word, Excel & PowerPoint). 

·Ability to prepare presentations, reports, and business correspondence.

·Ability to learn new computer software programs.

·Effectively multi-task, prioritize and work in a fast paced environment. Highly efficient in time management and can meet deadlines under pressure.

·Detail-oriented with strong organizational skills. Capable of handling diverse assignments and work independently.

·Team player that has the ability to interface with all levels of staff and volunteers. Must develop, maintain, and maximize relationships.

·Excellent written, oral, and communication skills. 

·Superior interpersonal skills, active listening, observation, analytical, and problem recognition and solving skills.

·High capacity to assess the value, importance, and/or quality of activities and people.

·Ability to travel locally required. Occasional overnight travel as needed.

·Occasional evening and weekend work required as needed. 
To Apply for this Job: * JDRF offers competitive salaries and a full array of benefits including paid time off (vacation, holiday and sick), medical and dental insurance, flexible spending accounts (FSA), a maternity benefit program, and a retirement plan.

If you’d like to join our team, please submit your resume and cover letter with salary requirements to JDRF by visiting www.jdrf.org/careers Please do a keyword search for IRC21370 to apply.

Please visit www.JDRF.org/careers for all our Career opportunities. 

No Phone Calls Please. Only those candidates who meet our qualifications will be contacted. No staffing agencies please. 

JDRF is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 
 Posted:  6/29/2015

AmeriCorps Capacity Building Assistant Program Services Coordinator-Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Camp Fire Green Country
Name of Job: *
AmeriCorps Capacity Building Assistant Program Services Coordinator
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa
Position Description: *
This full-time AmeriCorps Oklahoma in Action position that of a Program Services Assistant endeavors to expand the organization’s capacity to recruit, train, and support volunteer club leaders in out-of-school programming for youth in the Tulsa area. In general, the Program Services Assistant works closely with the Program Services Coordinator for Club/Small Group Programs to expand Camp Fire programming at existing sites and at additional community sites as well.
Position Qualifications:
• High School diploma or GED
• Positive people skills
• Strong communication skills
Education/Experience in youth 
development
Position Requirements: 1. Read and understand the Camp Fire Employee Handbook and Camp Fire Community Building Club Leader Handbook.
2. Develop an understanding of the values, benefits, and essential features of quality youth development programs. This includes the annual Camp Fire Leader Training Retreat, CPR/First Aid Training, Advanced Youth Development, Camp Fire Youth Program Quality, Youth Work Methods, and other significant trainings that relate to capacity building. No more than 20% of the total job hours will be applied to training.
3. Participate in trainings required by AmeriCorps and complete necessary paperwork on time.
4. Attend Camp Fire monthly Council/Leader meetings, Program Staff meetings, and All Staff meetings to learn and promote organizational business as it affects the growth of Camp Fire clubs.
5. Provide training to new leaders regarding Camp Fire policies and required leader paperwork.
6. Provide training to new leaders on Camp Fire curriculum.
7. Promote and building clubs in the community through meetings, presentations, and recruitments.
8. Communicate consistently with volunteer leaders; assisting them with recruitment, supporting programming, and keeping them abreast of upcoming events.
9. Observe clubs periodically to assess the level of quality programming provided by club leaders to youth.
10. Be available to club leaders to discuss and resolve any club concerns to enhance the quality of programming and youth development.
11. Attend any outside agency meetings with Program Coordinator to develop good contacts and resources to promote Camp Fire in the Tulsa community
12. Recruit volunteers for council-wide events such as Fall Festival, Celebrate Camp Fire, and spring campout.
13. Assist Program Services Coordinator in the planning and implementation of Council-wide events such as Fall Festival, Celebrate Camp Fire, and Spring Campout. 
14. Assist Program Services Coordinator with the planning and implementation of programs such as Salute to Veterans and Christmas Tree. 
Position Reports to:
Program Services Coordinator
Hours and Salary:
32-34 hrs per week.
To Apply for this Job: *
Send resume to jobs@tulsacampfire.org

Job position contingent upon AmeriCorps funding.
Application Deadline: Friday, August 14, 2015
 Posted:  6/29/2015

Director of Events-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Myriad Gardens Foundation
Name of Job: *
Director of Events
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * Position Summary 
The Director of Events focuses on planning and executing a variety of recreational free and fee-based events and programs to drive year-around attendance to help make the Gardens a dynamic, enjoyable and vibrant community site which also enlivens the downtown. Events include: holiday and other seasonal programs, summer outdoor movies and concerts, arts programs, fitness and wellness programs and outdoor market/vendor activities for all ages. This position is responsible for planning and executing a range of events and programs, working in coordination with other departments, that can generate earned revenue and corporate sponsorships to meet the Events Department annual budget goals. 

The Director of Events also serves as ambassador at large for Myriad Gardens Foundation, and must demonstrate professional excellence and perform to the Gardens' standards of quality at all times.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
* Develop annual plan and longer term strategic plans for a wide range of year-round events at Myriad Gardens. 
* Plan and direct a year-around schedule of special events and programs that will appeal to diverse audiences of all ages, in alignment with the Gardens' mission to grow into a dynamic downtown and state destination. Such events include seasonal festivals, concerts, dances, art exhibits, fitness and wellness programs, and other outdoor and recreational programs that take advantage of our facilities and location. 
* Plan and direct a mix of seasonal events and programs to generate earned revenue to meet Garden budget goals and drive increased attendance and membership.
* Plan and execute corporate sponsorship program for the department to secure sponsorships for festivals and events, working in coordination with the Director of Development. 
* Secure and coordinate all appropriate permits, licensing and other necessary local municipal approvals prior to event occurrence; manage material and signage needed for event presentation.
* Meet with presenters and vendors to coordinate program execution; prepare contract agreements and coordinate all elements necessary to produce the highest quality programs and events.
* Collaborate with the Director of Development and Director of Marketing and Communication to identify and secure marketing sponsorships, and develop marketing and promotion strategy for festivals and events.
* Collaborate with the Volunteer Coordinator to recruit, train and supervise a corps of excellent and committed volunteers, and supervise interns and seasonal staff to assist in organizing and provide staffing to programs and events. 
* Collaborate and work closely with Facilities department on festival and event set up, trash, restroom, security and other facilities related set up, execution and tear down needs. 
* Create and manage overall department budget and individual project budgets and timelines for special events and programs; monitor progress of event and program registration, sales, and revenue goals; work with Executive Director to adjust plans and strategy as necessary to meet Garden mission and goals.
* Manage business relationships for securing cost efficiencies and in-kind donations for goods and services.
* Create and manage event evaluation program to get external and internal feedback on all events for a continuous improvement program with festivals and events. 
* Performs other duties as may be assigned.

Supervisory Responsibilities 
* Supervise a full-time Event Coordinator, interns, seasonal staff and volunteers

Community Board Special Events Committee Duties:
Serve as the primary staff liaison, along with Deputy Director, to a board committee whose members offer ideas and resources for developing, underwriting and offering events at the Gardens. 

Work Environment 
The employee will work in both an office and outdoor garden/park environment. Some locations visited during the course of executing job duties may not be wheelchair accessible; some time will be spent outside in various weather conditions. 
Position Qualifications: Education and/or Experience 
* Bachelors' degree
* Requires a minimum of three years of experience and a record of proven success in event planning and management. Experience with event marketing is a plus. 

Computer Equipment and Software Requirements
* Excellent word processing skills; must have expert-level skills with MS Office, especially Excel.
* Experience in use of standard office equipment.

Certificates, Licenses, Registrations 
* Valid Oklahoma Driver's License.

Skills and Abilities Required
* Knowledge of principles, trends and practices of event management at public spaces including but not limited to project management, staging an event, risk management, site procurement, communications and vendor relations.
* Desire and enthusiasm to stay current in understanding trends and best practices in event programming at public spaces, museums, urban parks and botanical gardens. 
* Knowledge of community resources, volunteer, funding, and development resources; demonstrated ability to gain event sponsorships.
* Knowledge of legal agreements and binding contracts.
* Skill in planning and coordinating small to larger scale events; skill in public relations.
* Demonstrated ability to stay within budget and reach financial goals in event execution.
* Excellent customer service, verbal and written communication skills.
* Ability to think strategically, resourcefully, and be a skilled problem-solver.
* Proven ability to handle multiple priorities and meet deadlines.
* Ability to be self-directed, yet excel in a team environment and ability to build and maintain positive internal and external relationships.
* Experience with Microsoft office including Excel and Powerpoint; 
* Must have the flexibility and willingness to work on some evenings and weekends when required. 
Position Reports to:
Executive Director
To Apply for this Job: *
FLSA Status: Nonexempt

Salary and Benefits: A competitive salary with medical, vision and dental insurance, paid vacation and holidays and retirement match package is available. Relocation assistance is available. Continuing education opportunities are also offered. 

To apply: Please send a cover letter and resume to: EMcFall@myriadgardens.org
T. 405.445.7080

Cover letter can be addressed to: 
Maureen Heffernan, Executive Director
Myriad Gardens Foundation
301 W. Reno
Oklahoma City, OK 73102
 Posted:   6/29/2015

Community Outreach Specialist-Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
Community Outreach Specialist - Part time
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa
Position Description: * The community outreach specialist is responsible for organizing and providing support to Girl Scouts in assigned special areas. These areas include:
• Homeless shelters.
• Public housing.
• Girl Scouting in the School Day.
• Community troops.
• Accountable for maintaining and extending Girl Scouting in assigned geographic areas
that includes:
o Recruiting girls for troop membership in all special areas to troop meetings.
o Recruiting adult volunteers for troops.
o Serving as troop leader if there is no adult leadership.
o Ensuring that volunteer troop leaders have received training.
o Assisting troop leaders in organizing troop events and money-earning projects.
o Transportation of girls to troop meetings. 
• Recruits girls to attend resident and day camp; and prepares them to attend, ensuring that
they have the necessary equipment and have completed the requisite health exam.
• Ensures that the girl and adult membership is reflective of the population of the 
jurisdiction and that the needs of a diverse population are recognized and met.
• Makes presentations to Girl Scouts and outside groups to promote the Girl Scout Program.
• Responds to family and volunteer concerns about Girl Scout membership.
• Writes reports and maintains and analyzes statistical data.
• Supports council fund development activities including grant proposal research. 
• May be accountable for a special project such as day camp, service team training, 
and outreach, etc.
• Responsible for membership diversity. 
• Responsible for volunteer management. 
• Responsible for community development. 
• Responsible for program development.
• Participates in collaborative relationships which support the council's recruitment and 
retention of girls and adults.
• Attends team meetings regularly and is an active participant in strategic planning for
membership recruitment and retention.
• Ensures that team goals are accomplished.
• Consults with the Training Coordinator to acquire specific training for geographic areas.
• Other duties as assigned and/or required. 
Position Qualifications:  • Ability to model behavior consistent with the Girl Scout Mission, Promise, values and Law.
• Unequivocal commitment to pluralism.
• Ability to work effectively with people from diverse backgrounds. 
• Willingness to work a flexible schedule including some evenings and weekends; occasional overnights as necessary and ability to travel as job requires.
• Proof of meeting Oklahoma State requirements regarding auto licensing, driver’s license.
• Able to physically lift up to 25 pounds.
• Associate degree in related field or relevant equivalent experience.
• Ability to work with children and adults.
• Written and oral communication skills.
• Human relations and problem-solving.
• Organizational skills and demonstrated ability to achieve goals.
• Ability to work independently and as a team member. 
• Ability to handle multiple priorities simultaneously.
• Ability to organize events. 
• Knowledge of the various public housing developments operated by the Housing Authority.
• Knowledge of Girl Scouting a plus.
• Bilingual preferred (Spanish/English).
Position Requirements:
This is a part time position - 20 hours per week 
day time hours
Position Reports to:
Director of Community Outreach
Hours and Salary:
20 hours - $15.00 per hour
To Apply for this Job: *
Please email resume to: dchambers@gseok.org 
or fax to 918 749 2556
Attention: Human Resources
Application Deadline: Thursday, July 30, 2015
 Posted:  6/29/2015

Director of Development-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Myriad Gardens Foundation
Name of Job: *
Director of Development
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * Provides leadership and direction for the Myriad Gardens Foundation’s individual, corporate, foundation and membership fundraising efforts to raise funds to support the Myriad Botanical Gardens in its public/private partnership with the City of Oklahoma City. 

Primary Responsibilities

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily and performs other duties as assigned
The Development Director’s primary functions include:
• Leads and directs the Myriad Gardens Foundation’s individual, corporate and foundation and membership fundraising efforts
• Develops strategic fundraising initiatives that are aligned with the institutional priorities to advance the Garden’s mission of : creating a world-class botanical garden with quality horticultural programs for all ages and a variety of special events and programs that make the Gardens a vibrant and active site for downtown Oklahoma City 
• Manages the Foundation’s annual fund, corporate giving, capital fund, planned giving, membership, donor cultivation and prospecting, and works with a committee to plan and present the biennial gala fundraising event
• Works closely with the Executive Director, the Board of Directors and management staff to identify, solicit, acknowledge and steward donors and corporate sponsors
• Evaluates and strengthens the Foundation’s existing fundraising efforts in order to achieve revenue goals, including the establishment of institutional metrics
• Conducts and facilitates donor prospecting to identify new foundation, civic, corporate and individual donors
• Provides direction to and supervision of the Gardens’ membership program and retention efforts, annual fund initiatives, print materials along with stewardship and cultivation events
• Responsible for the operational and capital campaign development budget development and management
• Develops and monitors the development department structure in order to accomplish annual and long-range goals
• Works with Executive Director and management team to identify sponsorship and funding opportunities to support the Foundation’s mission-driven programs and plant collections
• Engages a cross-departmental team to support the Foundation’s fundraising goals through consistent messaging, branding and positive donor engagement
• Develops and maintains and promotes positive and professional relationships with donors, internal staff, volunteers, members, vendors, media and general public
• Prepares monthly fundraising report to present at community board meetings

Supervisory Responsibilities
• Directly supervises the full-time Membership and Development Assistant positions
• Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with organization’s policies and applicable laws
• Responsibilities include: interviewing, hiring and training employees; planning, assigning and directing work; performance evaluations, rewarding and coaching employees, addressing complaints and resolving problems 
Position Qualifications: Qualifications
• The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required for this position. 

Education and Experience
• Bachelor’s degree is required
• Minimum of five years’ experience in non-profit fundraising, with proven track record for raising significant funds
• Experience in a public garden, museum or other cultural attraction is a plus
• Proven ability to manage, coach and motivate staff and volunteers
• Donor database management experience as well as Word, Excel and Power Point programs
• Excellent writing and communication skills
Physical Demands
• The physical demands described here are representative 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. 
• While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit, talk, hear and use hands to finger, handle or feel. The employee is frequently required to walk and stand. The employee is required to climb stairs or balance, stoop or kneel or crouch. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 20 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include color vision and depth perception. 
Position Reports to:
Executive Director
To Apply for this Job: *
To Apply: please forward a cover letter and resume with three references to: Mheffernan@myriadgardens.org

For more information on Myriad Botanical Gardens: Please visit us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram or our website at myriadgardens.org. 
 Posted:  6/26/2015

Director of Recruitment & Retention-Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
Director of Recruitment & Retention
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa
Position Description: * The director of recruitment and retention is responsible for developing, implementing, and assessing comprehensive year round recruitment plans for girl membership growth and for leading and guiding the recruitment team. The director develops and implements strategic communication strategies and promotes recruitment across the entire council jurisdiction. She/he provides strategic oversight, champions efforts related to council strategic priorities, and is accountable for ensuring that these strategies and plans are consistent with the philosophy of Girl Scouting, relying on the strength of voluntary leadership by adults. The director of recruitment and retention fosters and enhances strong relationships with adult volunteers and corporate and community partners. She/he works cross-functionally to meet membership retention goals as well. 

• Provides strategic leadership in the recruitment of girls and adults through development and implementation of community cultivation strategies to elevate and enhance visibility and financial support of the Girl Scout mission and program.
• Responsible for overseeing the development, implementation, and assessment of comprehensive recruitment plans for girl membership growth and for leading the recruitment team. 
• Provides strategic oversight and champions efforts related to council strategic recruitment goals.
• Provides leadership to the development of resources to support the council’s recruitment strategy.
• Ensures that recruitment strategies and plans are consistent with the philosophy and mission of Girl Scouting and the council’s overarching strategy.
• Takes a leadership role in building strong relationships with adult volunteers and corporate and community partners.
• Works in partnership with other operational and organizational functions to support organizational mission, goals and strategic priorities. Aligns objectives and plans with other council initiatives and projects and represents the recruitment function on the management team.
• Develops and manages departmental budgets and corresponding resource allocations. 
Position Qualifications: • Ability to model behavior consistent with the Girl Scout Mission, Promise, values and Law
• Unequivocal commitment to pluralism
• Ability to work effectively with people from diverse backgrounds 
• Willingness to work a flexible schedule including some evenings and weekends; occasional overnights as necessary and ability to travel as job requires
• Proof of meeting Oklahoma State requirements regarding auto licensing, driver’s license
• Ability to lift up to 25 pounds 
• Budget management skills
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills
• Conflict resolution/problem-solving skills
• Ability to make effective presentations
• Exceptional customer service
• Organizational skills and demonstrated ability to achieve goals
• Ability to handle multiple priorities simultaneously
• Ability to work independently or as a team member
• Recruitment/sales skills
• Experience in supervision and management
• Experience in recruiting
• Knowledge of Girl Scouting a plus
• Bachelor’s degree in related field or relevant equivalent experience
Position Reports to:
Chief Operating Officer
Hours and Salary:
Compensation based upon experience
To Apply for this Job: *
Please email your resume along with salary requirements to dchambers@gseok.org 

Or please fax to 918-749-2556
Attention: Human Resources
Application Deadline: Friday, July 31, 2015
 Posted:  6/26/2015

Fund Development Specialist-Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
Fund Development Specialist
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa
Position Description: * The fund development specialist provides support services to staff and volunteers primarily in the area of fund development. . This position works closely with the Chief Development Officer and will assist in the planning and executing of council fundraising efforts and events both internal and external. 

• Responsible for positive, professional, and high quality customer service by maintaining good relationships with personnel within the council and with external contacts.
• Maintains accurate donation records both written documentation and in the Raiser’s Edge database
• Receipts and acknowledges donations within 48 hours. 
• Provides weekly donation reports. 
• Gives administrative support to chief development officer.
• Writes event budgets, tracks expenses, and analyzes post-event data. Provides billing for pledges until collected.
• Participates in special projects such as Juliette Low Leadership Societies, direct mail, family appeal, alumnae appeal, annual meeting, council events, etc. along with chief development officer.
• Assist with in’ kind donation requests and community partnerships. 
• Participates in collaborative relationships with other council units throughout the Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma jurisdiction to support the council's recruitment and retention of girls and adults.
• Provides support and assistance to the Fund Development Committee in carrying out its fund development goals.
• Fund development support which includes:
o Maintains Raiser’s Edge database, to include entering complete records for new donors, adding updates to existing donors including notes and making changes to donor records. Completes the minutes for the Fund Development Committee meetings and JLLS meetings. Coordinates direct mail for campaigns and events. Provides appropriate support to volunteers, donors and board members. 
o Coordinates process for annual Juliette Low Scholarship awards which includes working with the Scholarship committee to set the schedule, mailing the application and obtaining completed application and documentation committee, and following-up to notify and invite recipients to the annual luncheon. 
o Assists with Alumni Engagement, including, finding, tracking and engaging Girl Alumni
o Assists with internal United Way Campaign.  
Position Qualifications: • Excellent verbal and writing communication skills.
• Excellent organizational skills.
• Ability to exercise discretion and good judgement in handling confidential and sensitive information.
• Knowledge and skills to operate a computer using word processing and data base programs.
• Ability to handle multiple responsibilities and maintain a routine for accomplishing tasks.
• Ability to implement and maintain an effective filing system.
• Ability to work with volunteers, donors and staff in a professional manner.
• Ability to work independently and as a team member.
• Unequivocal commitment to pluralism.
• Ability to model behavior consistent with the Girl Scout Mission, Promise and Law.
• Ability to lift up to 25 pounds. 
• Ability to work effectively with people from diverse backgrounds.
• Proof of meeting Oklahoma State requirements regarding driver’s license and insurance coverage.
• Knowledge of Girl Scouting.
• Knowledge of Windows XP Pro and Microsoft Office 2007.
• Preferred experience of Raiser's Edge or similar database systems.
• Microsoft Office Suite, accomplished with Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
• Associates or Bachelor’s degree preferred. 
Position Reports to:
Chief Development Officer
To Apply for this Job: *
Please email resume along with salary history to dchambers@gseok.org or you may fax to 918 749 2556 
Attention: Human Resources
Application Deadline: Friday, July 31, 2015
 Posted:  6/26/2015

Children's Counselor & Associate Trauma Specialist-Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
DVIS
Name of Job: *
Children's Counselor & Associate Trauma Specialist
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa
Position Description: *
SUMMARY OF DESCRIPTION AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Assess physical, mental, and emotional health and academic needs of children; provide guidance and instruction to mothers and staff in their treatment of children; provide individual and family counseling; facilitate parent/child groups.
Position Qualifications:
REQUIREMENTS AND QUALIFICATIONS:

•Masters degree in child development, child related or mental health field. Minimum of two years experience working directly with children in hospital, school, preschool, or counseling setting. CPR and First Aid certifications required. 

•CPR and First Aid certifications required. 

•Counseling licensure or working toward counseling licensure preferred. 

•Training in play therapy preferred. 

•Ability to work individually and in a team setting. 
Position Requirements: DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

•Responsible for developing a treatment plan for each child in consultation with mother within one week of admission to the shelter.

•Responsible for providing counseling for children and parents according to needs. Making appropriate referrals as indicated.

•Responsible for providing individual and family counseling, in addition to leading parent/child groups.

•Responsible for being aware of symptoms of child physical, sexual and emotional abuse, neglect, and development problems as well as laws relating to reporting child abuse.

•Responsible for submitting billing accurately and timely. 

•Responsible for maintaining up-to-date and accurate files for each client. File format and management must follow agency guidelines and current professional standards. 
To Apply for this Job: * DVIS prohibits discrimination against any applicant or employee on the basis of race, age, religion, national origin, color, gender, sexual orientation, disability, citizenship, veteran status, or any other legally protected characteristic with regard to any terms and conditions of employment.

To apply for a position online, go to www.dvis.org, or send us a resume cover letter and an application indicating the position for which you would like to be considered to:

EMAIL: jobs@dvis.org with the position for which you would like to be considered in the subject line of your email.

FAX: 918.508.2787

MAIL:
Domestic Violence Intervention Services, Inc.
Attn: Human Resources
4300 S. Harvard, Suite 100
Tulsa, OK 74135-2608 
Application Deadline: Friday, July 31, 2015
 Posted:  6/26/2015

Cook-Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
DVIS
Name of Job: *
Cook
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa
Position Description: *
SUMMARY OF DESCRIPTION AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Provide professional food preparation services for the 50-bed DVIS Shelter.
Position Qualifications:
REQUIREMENTS AND QUALIFICATIONS

•High school diploma or the equivalent required and one year experience in kitchen work, food preparation and food service experience is required. 
•Institutional food preparation and a background in health and nutrition are preferred. 
•Valid Oklahoma Driver’s License, current CPR certification and Tulsa County Food Handlers Permit are required. 
•Intermediate computer skills in MS Word, MS Excel and Internet Explorer.
Position Requirements: DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

•Responsible for preparing and serving meals and snacks to the residents, as directed by the Food Service Manager.

•Responsible for coordinating resident clean up after meals.

•Responsible for keeping kitchen area, kitchen equipment, dishes and utensils neat, clean and sanitary.

•Responsible for using kitchen equipment according to directions and reporting any malfunctioning kitchen equipment.

•Responsible for assisting Food Service Manager in the monitoring of food stocks and reporting any unsanitary conditions such as dirt, vermin or spoiled food. 
To Apply for this Job: * DVIS prohibits discrimination against any applicant or employee on the basis of race, age, religion, national origin, color, gender, sexual orientation, disability, citizenship, veteran status, or any other legally protected characteristic with regard to any terms and conditions of employment.

To apply for a position online, go to www.dvis.org, or send us a resume cover letter and an application indicating the position for which you would like to be considered to:

EMAIL: jobs@dvis.org with the position for which you would like to be considered in the subject line of your email.

FAX: 918.508.2787

MAIL:
Domestic Violence Intervention Services, Inc.
Attn: Human Resources
4300 S. Harvard, Suite 100
Tulsa, OK 74135-2608 
Application Deadline: Friday, July 31, 2015
 Posted:  6/26/2015

Law Enforcement Advocate-Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
DVIS
Name of Job: *
Law Enforcement Advocate
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa
Position Description: *
SUMMARY OF DESCRIPTION AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Work with local law enforcement agencies in cases where victims of domestic violence are in immediate need of crisis intervention or advocacy services

Position Qualifications: REQUIREMENTS AND QUALIFICATIONS

Required Qualifications:
•Bachelor’s degree, or equivalent in social work, psychology, counseling, or a related field.
•Valid Oklahoma driver’s license.

To perform the job successfully, an individual should demonstrate the following competencies:
•Working knowledge of referral resources and processes; ability to assess a variety of personal or family needs, ability to maintain detailed and accurate records and data, ability to maintain confidences; 
•Ability to work independently or as part of a team; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with clients, employees, supervisors, civil authorities, other agencies, and the general public; 
•Ability to effectively communicate orally and in writing.
•Minimum two years experience with victims of crime and/or domestic violence. 
Position Requirements: DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

•Must complete Tulsa Police Department Volunteers in Policing (VIPS) program and adhere to all rules and confidentiality as set forth by program procedures and requirements to be granted access to sensitive police documents.
•Responsible for providing crisis intervention services for domestic violence calls.
•Responsible for making follow-up calls weekly on assigned reports that come into TPD Family Violence Unit.
•Responsible for providing follow up on assigned cases from TPD Family Violence Unit. Working with victims to keep them engaged and encouraging involvement in prosecution.
•Responsible for conducting safety planning with victims and as directed by TPD Family Violence Unit. 
To Apply for this Job: * DVIS prohibits discrimination against any applicant or employee on the basis of race, age, religion, national origin, color, gender, sexual orientation, disability, citizenship, veteran status, or any other legally protected characteristic with regard to any terms and conditions of employment.

To apply for a position online, go to www.dvis.org, or send us a resume cover letter and an application indicating the position for which you would like to be considered to:

EMAIL: jobs@dvis.org with the position for which you would like to be considered in the subject line of your email.

FAX: 918.508.2787

MAIL:
Domestic Violence Intervention Services, Inc.
Attn: Human Resources
4300 S. Harvard, Suite 100
Tulsa, OK 74135-2608 
Application Deadline: Friday, July 31, 2015
 Posted:  6/26/2015

Integrated DV Court Advocate-Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
DVIS
Name of Job: *
Integrated DV Court Advocate
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa
Position Description: *
SUMMARY OF DESCRIPTION AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Provide technical assistance and advocacy for clients in the IDV Court. Provide technical assistance, advocacy and moral support to clients, including follow-up.
Position Qualifications:
REQUIREMENTS AND QUALIFICATIONS

*Bachelors in Social Work, Psychology, Criminal Justice, or related degree preferred, or equivalent work experience with victims of crime required. 
•Minimum two years experience with victims of crime and/or domestic violence and bilingual preferred. 
•Intermediate computer skills required.
•Valid Oklahoma driver’s license. 
Position Requirements: DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

•Responsible for providing assistance and advocacy and offering moral support to plaintiffs (victims of domestic violence) in IDV court.
•Responsible for conducting assessment or initial screening and evaluating their needs and level of risk and matching these to the appropriate services.
•Responsible for determining if there are any previous protective orders or domestic related crimes on abusers from OSCN on the computer. If so, document or print for the court any previous protective orders applicable to the case.
•Responsible for working with victims to determine risks and goals. Assisting victims in incorporating this information into Safety Plans. Conduct safety planning with every client.
•Responsible for making referrals for services, as needed, to various agencies; i.e., Family Violence Unit; DVIS Shelter, Legal Services, Department of Human Services, etc. 
•Responsible for advocating for victim before judge when allowed. 
•Responsible for making follow-up calls to victims after the hearing, when permitted by the client. Explaining court procedures to clients, including filing procedure and process after hearing. 
•Responsible for maintaining up-to-date and accurate files for each client. File format and management must follow agency guidelines and current professional standards.
•Prepare daily statistics for reports to funding sources, courts and others as requested. 
To Apply for this Job: * DVIS prohibits discrimination against any applicant or employee on the basis of race, age, religion, national origin, color, gender, sexual orientation, disability, citizenship, veteran status, or any other legally protected characteristic with regard to any terms and conditions of employment.

To apply for a position online, go to www.dvis.org, or send us a resume cover letter and an application indicating the position for which you would like to be considered to:

EMAIL: jobs@dvis.org with the position for which you would like to be considered in the subject line of your email.

FAX: 918.508.2787

MAIL:
Domestic Violence Intervention Services, Inc.
Attn: Human Resources
4300 S. Harvard, Suite 100
Tulsa, OK 74135-2608
Application Deadline: Friday, July 31, 2015
 Posted:  6/26/2015

Part-Time Associate (Saturday Only) Our Sisters' Closet-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
YWCA Oklahoma City
Name of Job: *
Part-Time Associate (Saturday Only) Our Sisters' Closet
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: *
The YWCA Oklahoma City is seeking candidates for a part-time associate to work Saturdays only in Our Sisters’ Closet Resale Shop. The successful candidate will assist with the daily operations of a retail store, and provide customer service as required.
Position Qualifications:
Minimum qualifications include a high school diploma.
Position Requirements:
The position requires a motivated team player who is self-directed, professionally-mannered and who works well with people. Other requirements include one year retail experience, and strong listening and verbal communication skills. Customer relations experience and basic computer skills are required.
To Apply for this Job: *
To apply for the position, go to www.ywcaokc.org, click on “Employment” at the top of the page and follow the instructions at the bottom of the Employment page.
Application Deadline: Friday, July 31, 2015

Part-Time Sales Associate-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
YWCA Oklahoma City
Name of Job: *
Part-Time Sales Associate
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: *
The YWCA Oklahoma City is seeking candidates for a part-time associate to work approximately 29 hours per week in Our Sisters’ Closet Resale Shop. The successful candidate will assist with the daily operations of a retail store, and provide customer service as required. The position requires a motivated team player who is self-directed, professionally-mannered and who works well with people and who is willing to work an occasional Saturday.
Position Qualifications:
Minimum qualifications include a high school diploma.
Position Requirements:
Other requirements include retail experience, and strong listening and verbal communication skills. Customer relations experience and basic computer skills are required.
To Apply for this Job: *
To apply for the position, go to www.ywcaokc.org, click on “Employment” at the top of the page and follow the instructions at the bottom of the Employment page.
Application Deadline: Friday, July 31, 2015
 Posted:    6/26/2015

Chief Development Officer-Tulsa/OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
Chief Development Officer
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa or Oklahoma City
Position Description: *
Reporting to the CEO, the Chief Development Officer serves as lead strategist for fund development, creates the agency fund development plan and directs and manages the state-wide fund development team in execution of that plan. Agency fund development elements include: donor acquisition and fund-raising events; annual giving and major gifts from individuals and corporations; and foundation and government grants. Supporting efforts include staff training; donor stewardship; gift entry and acknowledgement; database management; and donor research.
Position Qualifications: • Bachelor’s degree in business or related field 
• Must have at least five (5) years direct fundraising experience 
• A minimum of five (5) years of management experience (preferably in a non-profit environment) with at least three (3) years in a senior management capacity 
• Remote management experience a plus 
• Extensive knowledge of fundraising techniques and sources of funding for nonprofit agencies 
• Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with staff, Board members, volunteers, community groups, and other related agencies 
• Knowledge of accessing and managing donor database systems 
• Ability to perform at a high level in a fast paced team environment, and handle and manage multiple projects to meet timelines and deadlines 
• Proven success at creating resource development strategy, increasing financial results and improving relationships 
• Proven fund-raising, leadership and consensus building skills 
• Goal-orientated and close attention to detail 
• Excellent written, oral and interpersonal skills 
• Must have reliable transportation- travel throughout the state required 
• Ability to work some evenings and weekends 
• May office in Tulsa or Oklahoma City 
Position Requirements: • Advises the CEO, board members, and staff of current resources, trends, obstacles, and developments in revenue generation and donor relations 
• Establishes and implements short and long-range resource development strategies, goals, objectives, and strategic planning in conjunction with the CEO and the Board of Directors 
• Acts as the staff liaison with the Governing Board’s Resource Development Committee 
• Develops, in tandem with the fund development team, finance team and CEO, the organization’s resource budget, monitors team performance on a monthly basis and maintains an on-going forecast for year-end projections 
• Oversee volunteer and staff fundraising activities to support the resource development goals of the agency. Activities include individual giving, special events including Bowl for Kids’ Sake and auction events, foundation and government grants, planned giving, corporate solicitations and United Way 
• Oversees staff support to Board of Directors, stakeholder groups, and CEO for highest level donor cultivation and solicitation activities 
• Defines metrics and measurements that quantify performance against goals and institutionalizes a system for obtaining and reporting those metrics and measurements for resource development 
• Proactively ensures that the organization develops strong long term relationships with large scale individual, foundation and corporate donors/funders. Personally, builds and maintains key relationships to ensure fund development strategy is achieved 
• Ensures establishment of a diverse donor base of individual, corporate, foundation, and public segments 
• Ensures meaningful and effective partnerships with key public and private sector entities to reinforce the Big Brothers Big Sisters brand and its impact in the community 
• Develops innovative recognition opportunities and materials and events for continuity and donor stewardship 
• Oversees grants department and manages part-time grant writer. Responsible for grant strategy and review of all submissions including local, state, and federal grants. 
• Directly supervises Area Directors of large sites and Regional Resource Director to ensure metrics are met in resource development, board development, partnerships, and outreach to the community 
• Serves as interim Area Director in the event of vacancy of these positions in the large sites 
• Responsible for the development of all donor appeal, stewardship and cultivation collateral materials 
• Assists and supports the fund development team, including the CEO, in donor cultivation and solicitation meetings. 
• Manages marketing, public relations and social media activities for organization to ensure consistent brand usage and messaging 
• Implements organization-wide planned giving program that includes identification, evaluation, cultivation, initial solicitation (in coordination with The Advancement Group), recognition and stewardship of planned giving prospects and donors 
• Works closely with the Vice President of Programs to ensure that program has the resources to meet short and long range goals/objectives 
• Performs other related duties as assigned by CEO 
Position Reports to:
Chief Executive Officer
Hours and Salary:
Full-time position with competitive pay and benefits
To Apply for this Job: *
Please submit resume and cover letter to jobs@bbbsok.org
Application Deadline: Wednesday, July 15, 2015
 Posted:  6/26/2015

Diabetes Educator-Enid

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Rural Health Projects, Inc.
Name of Job: *
Diabetes Educator
What city will this job be located in? *
Enid, OK
Position Description: *
Rural Health Projects, Inc., a 501c3 in Enid, OK, is hiring for the following full-time position: Certified Diabetes Educator, or someone looking to achieve diabetes education certification, to provide diabetes education to members of Garfield, Grant, and Alfalfa Counties. Must have reliable transportation. Occasional weekend and evening work. Great work environment, time-off, flexibility, and benefits. Email resume with cover letter to Allison Seigars, Executive Director, at agseigars@nwosu.edu.
Position Qualifications:
Certified Diabetes Educator or someone with qualifications to achieve diabetes education certification.
Position Requirements:
Ability to lift 40 pounds. Must have reliable transportation.
Position Reports to:
Executive Directors
Hours and Salary:
Hours: 8am-5pm flexible, some evenings and weekends. Salary DOE.
To Apply for this Job: *
Email resume and cover letter to: agseigars@nwosu.edu
Application Deadline: Friday, July 31, 2015
 Posted:  6/26/2015

Director, Major Gifts Development-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
The Salvation Army
Name of Job: *
Director, Major Gifts Development
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * Come join the largest charitable organization in the nation! The Salvation Army has an outstanding career opportunity in our Arkansas and Oklahoma Division for a highly successful Major Gifts professional to expand their skills and grow with one of the oldest and most successful development programs in the United States.

This position will lead, train and mentor a team of professionals to raise funds to enable the mission of The Salvation Army in Arkansas and Oklahoma. The candidate will develop and nurture current and prospective donors including individuals, foundations and corporations in an assigned geographic region of the Division; respond to inquiries and communicate with donors, advisory organization members, Salvation Army employees and leaders. The position has direct oversight for a team of professionals. As such, is responsible for training, mentoring and accountability of its members. There is required day and overnight travel up to 60% of the time, typically within the two-state region. The selected candidate will office in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. 
Position Requirements: Candidate must meet the following requirements:
• Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university 
• Five years successful major gift fund-raising experience 
• Successful experience leading a team of professionals
• Prior experience with a donor management system
• Excellent communication skills.
• Track record of achieving goals

The Salvation Army is a Church and candidates must be able to uphold and exemplify the mission of The Salvation Army; verbalizing a strong personal connection.

We offer a competitive salary and benefits package. For consideration, please send a cover letter and resume to search@carrassessment.com.

Equal Opportunity Employer 
Position Reports to:
Director of Development
To Apply for this Job: *
Send Resume and cover letter to:
Search@carrassessment.com
Application Deadline: Friday, July 17, 2015
 Posted:  6/25/2015

Customer Care Specialist II-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Girl Scouts Western Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
Customer Care Specialist II
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * POSITION SUMMARY
The Customer Care Specialist 2 is the first point of contact for Girl Scouts Western Oklahoma inquiries via phone. Their responsibility is to provide the highest level of customer service to all members, both internal and external. This position is also responsible for providing data entry support for all incoming registrations, document processing and record management, serves as a member of the data entry pool providing administrative support to the council and efficiently maintains accurate electronic and hard copy files containing membership and events data. This position performs and assists with data entry of volunteer and membership information, events and trainings, follows standards to ensure data accuracy and is responsible for ensuring accuracy and efficiency of processed data.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
•Ensures and provides quality service to both internal and external customers.
•Answers incoming calls/requests; engages in problem-solving and provides solutions; manages and responds appropriately to all inquiries including but not limited to email, phone and walk-in customers.
•Maintains a customer-centric environment in public areas of council facilities.
•Gives information related to the council shop, Girl Scout Service Center hours, and facilities reservations.
•Answers inquiries by clarifying desired information, researching, locating and delivering findings.
•Manage processes that include office supply ordering, reservations for council equipment, front desk staffing and membership filing.
•Maintains contact center database by entering information accurately and quickly.
•Enhances organization reputation by providing a positive customer experience for all those contacted, either in person or by phone.
•Perform camp-site reservations following council guidelines.
•Meet the needs of customers by processing event registration and memberships in POS and delivering paid items to Customer Care Specialist 1 for processing.
•Process check requests as needed 
Position Qualifications:
EXPERIENCE
· 1-2 years previous office experience, including prior data entry experience
Position Requirements: REQUIRED SKILLS & ABILITIES 
· Must have demonstrated exceptional attention to detail.
· Strong keyboarding skills with knowledge of MS office suite, spreadsheets and database services.
· Knowledge of Salesforce (Customer Relationship Management systems) is a plus.
· Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
· Ability to multi-task as well as plan, organize and prioritize workload.
· Outstanding customer service skills.
· Must be a team player.
· Knowledge of the Girl Scout organization is a plus.
· Ability to handle high volume tasks with accuracy.
· Ability to maintain confidentiality with work related information.
· Ability to work flexible schedule in accordance with workload demands.

COMPUTER EQUIPMENT AND SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS • Computer literate with word processing and excel skills (i.e. Microsoft Office systems); ability to navigate and use RMS, Salesforce and/or other programs. 
To Apply for this Job: *
Follow link below to apply for position.

http://www.gswestok.org/en/about-our-council/careers2.html
 Posted:  6/25/2015

Manager of GSLE (Girl Scout Leadership Experience)-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Girl Scouts Western Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
Manager of GSLE (Girl Scout Leadership Experience)
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * POSITION SUMMARY 
The Manager of GSLE is responsible for providing leadership and ongoing oversight in the implementation of the GSLE. She/he works collaboratively with other members of the council’s Leadership Team to ensure high quality programs and activities are offered/delivered. The Manager works with the department to ensure a high level of customer service to the council’s membership and helps develop specific retention strategies to keep girls and adult volunteers engaged. The Manager oversees department operations to help achieve council retention goals.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES 
•Assists in Volunteer Systems implementation throughout retention team.
•Ensures consistent, quality delivery of the Girl Scout program, as well as interpretation of and adherence to council policies and procedures. (Programs include services to troops, service units, camp, travel, events, series, awards, outreach, STEM, specialized curriculum, etc.).
•Works in partnership with the Manager of Troop Support to help develop and execute a plan to ensure council retention goals are met.
•Hires, trains, coaches, supervises and evaluates staff. Monitors workloads and functionally directed work plans of the program team to ensure attainment of individual and team goals.
•Prepares detailed analysis reports including participation rates for key programs.
•Helps develop, evaluate, assess and monitor the departmental budget, including material resources and staffing. Ensures effective use of resources.
•Collaborates with marketing department to ensure all materials, publications and presentations provide a consistent image of Girl Scouts to internal audiences and the community at large.
•Promotes and supports the council’s fund development efforts. Ensures grant/funding compliance.
•Helps develop strategies and oversees program operations to achieve participation goals for key programs (camp, outreach/community troops, events, STEM, girl and adult awards, etc.).
•Provides leadership and support to further council strategic goals and objectives.
•Collaborates with Facility Services to develop long-term property plan and ensure properties meet programming, girl and volunteer needs. 
•Creates a member-focused culture and models relationship-building skills in all interactions.
•Fosters a climate of innovation, manages escalated complaints from members/parents and resolves problems to ensure member satisfaction.
•Represents and promotes Girl Scouts in the local community and develops positive working relationships with key community leaders, families, organizations, schools, faith communities and business.
•Other duties as assigned. 
Position Qualifications:
EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE
•Bachelor’s degree in a relevant course of study, or equivalent experience; graduate degree a plus, but not required.
•Minimum of 6 years of directly relevant work experience, preferably in a non-profit organization, demonstrating progressively increasing responsibility and accountability, as well as overall functional success
Position Requirements: REQUIRED SKILLS & ABILITIES
•Strategic Planning, budget development and management skills
•Ability to analyze statistical data
•Skill in the management and motivation of volunteers
•Proven skills in the supervision and motivation of staff
•Demonstrated leadership, collaborative, management, and interpersonal skills
•Self-starter with the ability to manage time, work independently, and handle multiple priorities and to work as part of a team
•Ability to successfully handle conflict resolution
•The ability to demonstrate and articulate a genuine passion for the Girl Scout mission and vision
•Proven capability to maintain a high degree of confidentiality
•Willingness to work flexible hours

COMPUTER EQUIPMENT AND SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS •Computer literate with word processing and excel skills (i.e. Microsoft Office systems); knowledge of various project management and financial software tools; specific knowledge of Salesforce and/or Personify a plus. 
To Apply for this Job: *
Follow link below to apply for position.

http://www.gswestok.org/en/about-our-council/careers2.html
 Posted:  6/25/2015

Recruiting Specialist-Community Programs-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Girl Scouts Western Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
Recruiting Specialist - Community Programs
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * POSITION SUMMARY 
The Recruiting Specialist (Community Programs) is responsible for developing and executing effective recruiting strategies to increase girl membership in communities with few options for after-school activities and to serve girls with identified barriers. She/he is responsible for securing girl and adult volunteer participation through community partnerships with formal collaborations with schools, housing sites, community partner agencies, detention centers, etc. in order to provide Girl Scouting to all. The Recruiting Specialist (Community Programs extends Girl Scouting to the community through presentations, recruiting events, marketing, and networking. She/he also works closely with the Community Programs Specialist and provides program support, as needed. She/he participates in donor identification, cultivation and stewardship (primarily through grants) and as requested. 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
•Assists in achieving the council’s corporate goals for girl and adult membership through implementing membership recruitment strategies to targeted populations of girls.
•Designs and/or implements a comprehensive plan for girl and adult membership growth in targeted areas by researching market data, membership trends, and other pertinent information relevant to designated target audiences.
•Implements membership recruiting marketing strategies outlined in the council’s strategic plan, annual business plan and/or other council goals including cultivation and organization of communities to result in increased girl and volunteer leads.
•Prepares action plans and schedules to identify specific targets and to project the number of contacts to be made in order to meet membership goal. Prepares a variety of status reports, including activity, follow-up, and adherence to goals.
•Utilizes Girl Scouts Western Oklahoma’s customer relationship management system to support pursuance of leads during the recruitment process (initial contact to orientation). 
•Ensures a smooth processing flow in the identification, screening, assessment, referral, development and placement of volunteers.
•Seeks opportunities and keeps in contact with community organizations, agencies, foundation, leaders, educators, businesses and faith-based institutions to increase awareness of and participation in Girl Scouting. Makes connections for fund development as opportunities arise.
•Collaborates with Community Programs Specialist to develop formal agreements with community partners and program sites.
•Supports Community Programs Specialist to provide program to girls.
•Responsible for follow up contact with girls/parents/principals/agency contacts regarding placement of girls in troops; collaborates with volunteers to form troops, recruit and orient volunteers. Follows up on new leads and referrals in a timely fashion.
•Clearly articulates expectations of participation for both girls and adults including costs, time, outcomes and participation (if any) in product sales and fundraising campaigns.
•Provides exemplary customer service when answering phones, returning calls and responding to emails.
•Ensures Girl Scouting is open to all girls and adults by delivering the Girl Scouts message of pluralism and diversity to members of the council.
•Works interdepartmentally to ensure Council goals are met.
•Networks to build contacts, collaborations and funding to serve the targeted community/population. Provides leads to fund development, assists with introductions, and participates in grant management as needed.
•Assists marketing and communications department to raise public awareness in the community on issues related to girls.
•Promotes and assists with Council-wide programs, events, camps as needed.
•Assists with the training of council delegates serving Community Troops. 
Position Qualifications:
EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE
•Bachelor’s degree or equivalent required.
•1 – 3 years of direct sales experience.
Position Requirements: REQUIRED SKILLS & ABILITIES
•Strong oral and written communication skills. Bilingual skills an asset – (i.e. Spanish, Hmong, Farsi, etc.).
•Strong human relation skills; ability to motivate people in small and large group settings.
•Demonstrated experience Interacting with customers/members and potential customers/members and the public, providing prompt and courteous customer service to all customers in person, via phone, written note, and email.
•Strong presentation skills.
•Ability to work flexible schedule, including many evenings and weekends as required by position responsibilities.

COMPUTER EQUIPMENT AND SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS •Computer literate with word processing and excel skills (i.e. Microsoft Office systems); knowledge of various project management and financial software tools; specific knowledge of Salesforce and/or Personify a plus. 
To Apply for this Job: *
Follow link below to apply for position.

http://www.gswestok.org/en/about-our-council/careers2.html
 Posted:  6/25/2015

Inside Recruiting Specialist-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Girl Scouts Western Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
Inside Recruiting Specialist
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * POSITION SUMMARY

The Inside Sales Recruiter is responsible for developing and executing effective recruiting strategies via telephone and or internet to increase membership in assigned, established geographic areas. This includes recruiting girl members as well as recruiting volunteers to deliver and support programming. The Inside Sales Recruiter will be cross-trained to also fulfill the role of Outside Sales Recruiter as necessary, and will learn and execute advanced sales strategies and tactics for both inside and outside selling scenarios. This position is primarily location based.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
• Inside Sales – Skillfully uses a consultative ‘Closing Conversation’ that leverages rapport to re-open an “Engagement Conversation,” further qualifies ‘fit’, repositions values to volunteer\member needs, uncovers and resolves objections and closes.
• Outside Sales – Assists with Outside sales as needed utilizing the processes and techniques currently being used by the Outside sales force.
• Strategic Planning and Execution – Assists with developing and implements a comprehensive plan for girl and adult membership growth in targeted areas by researching market data, membership trends, and other pertinent information relevant to designated geographic areas. Executes membership recruiting and marketing strategies outlined in strategic and tactical plans.
• Reporting – Prepares action plans and schedules to identify and respond to specific targets and to project the number of follow-ups needed to be made to result in meeting membership goal. Prepares a variety of status reports using Excel and Salesforce to measure quantity of sales activity.
• Messaging – Clearly communicates and emphasizes value to potential members through all forms of communication. In partnership with Marketing and Communications, ensures consistent branding, messaging, and product sales messaging is used in all customer interactions.
• Alignment – Collaborates cross-functionally to ensure goals are met and to determine or develop innovative techniques to ensure the effective delivery of recruitment strategies.
• Follow-through– Provides exceptional follow-up and customer service to both internal and external customers. Responsible for meeting weekly, monthly and yearly sales quotas.
• Other – Other duties as assigned to meet the organizational goals.
EOE/Committed to Diversity 
Position Qualifications:
EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE •Bachelor’s degree or equivalent required.
•3 – 5 years in membership recruiting or sales, with a proven track record of consistency in exceeding quota.
Position Requirements: REQUIRED SKILLS & ABILITIES •Sales and Persuasion – Ability to connect and build trust, ask insightful questions to understand needs, and position values using tailored, compelling, language that engages and inspires.Strong oral and written communication skills. Bilingual Spanish a plus.
•Human Relations / Interpersonal – Able to connect with potential volunteers and members; sensitivity in working with people of diverse backgrounds. Sensitivity to the need of every individual to be treated with respect and fairness.
•Public Speaking – Ability to confidently, persuasively speak in public and on the telephone with confidence and professionalism that results in conversion of a lead to membership.
• Communication Skills – Strong written and verbal skills that represent professional, concise, and compelling language.
• Organizational – Consistently seeks to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of all operations by demonstrating positive and creative approaches to our delivery of service. Demonstrates sound time-management skills by effectively and efficiently organizing, prioritizing, and completing multiple assignments in a timely manner.
• Attention to Detail / Excellence – Ensures that materials prepared and produced for internal and external publications reflect the highest standards of excellence.
• Reasoning / Problem-solving – Demonstrated reasoning ability. Understands and internalizes the importance of seeking resolution to problems and concerns by bringing them to the direct attention of her/his supervisor in a timely manner. Maintains strict confidentiality when handling sensitive information. Demonstrates sound judgment and responsible decision-making by ensuring that the mission and goals drive all decisions.
• Teamwork – Proven capability to work in a collaborative, customer-focused environment. Actively supports and promotes the organization’s Affirmative Action plans and the commitment to diversity and pluralism throughout the organization. Actively supports and promotes all efforts to increase cooperation, communication, and collaboration between and among staff members, volunteers, and members. Demonstrates and promotes a climate of courtesy and professionalism to coworkers, volunteers, members, and others with whom her/his job puts her/him in contact.
• Commitment and Pride – Ability to demonstrate and articulate a genuine passion for the mission and vision, embrace and model the culture, and model behavior consistent with the mission and purpose of the organization.

COMPUTER EQUIPMENT AND SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS
Computer literate in Word, Outlook, Excel; past experience or potential to learn Salesforce.com platform and maximize functionality for tracking and measurement. 
To Apply for this Job: *
 Posted:  6/25/2015

Oklahoma State Coordinator-State-Wide

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Provide, Inc.
Name of Job: *
Oklahoma State Coordinator
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma-wide
Position Description: * Founded in 1992, Provide is a national and growing organization working to make sure that women have access to abortion, especially those living in rural communities and Southern and Midwestern states. Provide educates and supports health and social service providers to be able to give the care and support women facing unintended pregnancy need. Our work is rooted in the on-the-ground realities of women's lives and of the systems and resources that are available to them. We believe that everyone has a role in supporting women's access to abortion care, and that by giving people the tools and resources to play their role we can transform the way abortion is experienced where improved access is needed most.

The Oklahoma State Coordinator is a full time salaried position, reporting to the Regional Director.

As a member of Provide's Referrals Initiative team in Oklahoma, the State Coordinator will:

Coordinate state/regional work to increase access to abortion and build state champions as described in Provide's Conceptual Model for Referrals and Referrals Project plan, working with project leadership and a state-based team through:
Outreach/assessment: As part of a team, research, identify, assess and recruit training sites and champions among community health, rural health, social services, perinatal health and primary care agencies, focusing on those agencies where there is the most opportunity to promote access through pregnancy options counseling and referrals for agency patients/clients.
Training: As part of a team, provide introductory training to agency staff in pregnancy options, counseling and referral-making, and other reproductive health information and skills based content using materials developed by Provide.
Technical Assistance: As part of a team, provide hands-on technical assistance to targeted agencies in the process of integrating or enhancing abortion referrals into their institution's practice and policies, using the model approach to providing abortion referrals as a guide for establishing site-specific practice goals and for assessing and responding to facilitating factors and barriers.
Work closely with the Oklahoma state team to ensure team members are utilized as co-trainers and in outreach, training, follow up/technical assistance, and champion development activities.
Identify and strengthen abortion provider relationships to inform and include them in any referrals activities of interest.
Perform additional staff responsibilities (20%):

Collaborate with Provide project directors, evaluators and other staff to ensure communication and coordination of work with Provide.

Write reports (monthly updates, individual site training reports).

Participate in visibility events, Provide staff and board meetings, professional conferences and meetings and program activities as requested.

Perform other duties as required to advance assigned projects and the overall work of Provide, including but not limited to:

Division phone calls

Keeping data up to date on database for evaluation

Participating in staff trainings

Participating in staff calls 
Position Qualifications: Proven ability to actively cultivate, engage and connect diverse people and activities working together toward a common goal, a commitment to network building and leadership development and the ability to build trust in individual relationships across distances with a variety of stakeholders.

Strong existing state networks within primary health care, social services, reproductive health care, public health, rural health and/or abortion service delivery with an emphasis on seeking opportunities for improving abortion referrals through training and champion development.

Experience coordinating and providing professional education/training for health professionals a plus.

Persistence, resourcefulness and the ability to identify opportunities and needs and respond to these creatively and flexibly.

Ability to travel throughout the state.

Ability to work in a workshifting/telecommuting team oriented environment:

Excellent communication skills (in-person, email, phone, status reports, managing documents, remote meetings)
Good at problem solving
Experience with administrative work (scheduling/facilitating meetings, data base entry, creating spreadsheets, submitting expense claims, making travel arrangements)
Team player
Comfort with using technology for organizing
Commitment to Provide's core mission, values and programs. 
To Apply for this Job: *
Qualified individuals should send resume, cover letter, and the names and contact information of three references to Provide via email to ld@provideaccess.org. Please indicate "Oklahoma State Coordinator" in the subject line of the email. Applications will be accepted on an on-going basis. Interviews will be conducted until the position is filled.
Application Deadline: Tuesday, August 4, 2015
 Posted:  6/23/2015

Administrative Assistant-Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Family Safety Center Tulsa
Name of Job: *
Administrative Assistant
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa
Position Description: * Provide professional and clerical assistance and support to the Executive Director.

• Adherence to all federal and state regulations regarding client services, specifically avoiding inappropriate conduct and strictly maintaining client confidentiality.

• Maintain a high level of professional and ethical conduct towards clients, staff and the community.

• Maintain and promote a philosophy of customer service consistent with the goals of FSC. Be sensitive to client service issues and flexible enough to respond to the needs of individual clients.

• Must be sensitive to cultural and socioeconomic characteristics of the service population, as well with coworkers.

• Responsible for acting as professional support for Executive Director by keeping calendar, scheduling appointments, and prioritize incoming correspondence. Prepare and distribute
inter-office memoranda, screen incoming calls, handle travel arrangements. Schedule meetings and prepare arrangements including rooms, catering and necessary materials and equipment.

• Responsible for acting as custodian for agency files concerning important agency interests such as federal and state regulatory records.

• Responsible for acting as professional support for Collaborative Team and Board of Directors. Prepare meeting materials, type and distribute meeting minutes and reports, maintain roster and mailing lists. Keep calendar for meetings.

• Responsible for serving as computer and telephone system administrator. Assign lines to new employees, passwords, phone directory, etc.

• Responsible for generating monthly reports of project activities based on collected information.

• Attend All-Staff meetings and departmental meetings as required.

• Ability to work individually and in a team setting.

• Perform other related duties as assigned by Executive Director.

Benefits: Cumulative Paid Time Off, Holidays, 401 K, Paid Parking, and best of all the chance to feel good about helping other people who really need it! 
Position Qualifications: • High School Diploma or GED equivalent with specialized course work in general office practices or an Associate' s degree with equivalent training in business or secretarial skills or equivalent experience.
• Minimum three to five years general office experience.
• Strong communication skills, ability to communicate verbally and in writing with a wide range of staff, clients and community at large.
• Computer skills including word processing, spreadsheets and database programs.
• Ability to effectively meet and assist with the public.
• Ability to establish effective working relationships with supervisor, employees, collaborative team members, onsite and offsite partners and the general public.
• Able to handle stressful situations.
• Experience in problem solving.
• Bilingual in Spanish preferred. 
Position Requirements:
The Family Safety Center is Tulsa's one-stop shop of multi-agency services for victims of Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, and Stalking and their children. The 10 onsite agencies provide staff in one location to address the many needs and resources of Tulsa's most vulnerable citizens. The FSC staff is the oil that keeps the partner agency wheel turning on a daily basis. Ability to understand complex systems and work within collaborative partnerships is crucial.
Position Reports to:
Executive Director
Hours and Salary:
8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Monday-Friday; Salary commensurate with experience.
To Apply for this Job: *
Please submit a letter of introduction, and resume online to admin@fsctulsa.org
Application Deadline: Friday, July 10, 2015
 Posted:  6/23/2015

Receptionist-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Good Shepherd Catholic School
Name of Job: *
Receptionist
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * POSITION SUMMARY:
The Receptionist is responsible for welcoming students, parents, staff and guests to the office/school. The Receptionist should have the ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing and possess knowledge of human relations in dealing with the high volume of people in and out of a busy school. Must either be a practicing Catholic or supportive of the teachings and traditions of the Catholic Church.

PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES;

• Answers phone calls in a pleasant, informed manner for the purpose of providing information and creating a good image of the school
• Manages telephone message system (office hours inclement weather and other recorded messages)
• Greets all incoming students, families and guests respectfully and professionally
• Assists in all aspects of maintaining a professional front office, including but not limited to, fielding and directing incoming phone calls to the appropriate staff member in a timely, professional manner, filing and copying and faxing of sensitive information.
• Understands, accepts and abides by the School’s philosophy and mission statement in all his/her school activities.
• Develops a positive, welcoming and caring climate in the Front Office.
• Consistently exhibits high standards of professional conduct.
• Effectively performs all other duties as assigned by Director.
• Arrives punctually, be prepared for each school day, and maintains regular attendance.
• Provides for children’s personal needs such as attending to those who are sick or hurt; administering medications as prescribed by a physician in accordance with training and authorization
• Assists students and others with routine problems and will refer non-routine items to a supervisor.
• Works with courtesy, tact, and diplomacy in dealing with others, and the ability to work cooperatively as part of a team.
• Types routine correspondence, memoranda, reports records, bulletins, orders and other office documents from sources such as rough drafts, notes and oral instructions.
• Receives, counts, opens, unpacks, dates, stamps, records, sorts and distributes incoming mail, documents, books, materials and supplies following established procedures.
• Sorts and stamps out-going correspondence, addresses envelopes and packages, and prepares printed matter and other material for mailing.
• Receives and refers visitors, takes telephone calls and messages, and provides routine information upon request.
• Enters information or data to personal computer or computer terminal following established procedures.
• Able to communicate effectively orally and in writing. Able to establish and maintain satisfactory working relationships with other employees, children, and the general public.
• Able to write legibly.
• Screens office and telephone calls and manages telephone message system (office hours, inclement weather and other recorded messages).
• Maintains confidentiality in all matters relating to the school, staff and students.
• Maintains accurate attendance records of staff.
• Uses general office machines such as copiers, computers, etc.
• Carries out other duties as assigned by the School Director.
• Maintains filing system and archives.
• Manage files and databases.
• Maintain office equipment (copier, fax, computers, phones).
• Order office supplies, maintain supplies.
• Pleasant phone voice.
• Suggests procedures for improved office efficiency
• Responds to general inquiries or requests, directs calls from potential tours to Assistant Clinical Director for response.
• Communicate with Mercy regarding needs/services
• Purchase all supplies and equipment needed to clean the building (must be approved by the director)
• Other duties as assigned 
Position Qualifications: KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

• Knowledge of Microsoft Office, Adobe, and Internet Explorer
• Knowledge of general office duties and work flow
• Ability to maintain a high level of accuracy in preparing and entering information
• Effective time management skills and communication skills
• Ability to work in a team environment
• Ability to use general office equipment such as phones, photo copier, fax machine, scanner, binding machine, stamp machine, laminator and calculator
• Ability to demonstrate proper telephone etiquette
• Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with staff, students, parents and volunteers
• Ability to maintain confidentiality
• Ability to exercise independent judgement and initiative in completing work assignments
• General knowledge of the standard procedures for running a busy office
• General knowledge of rudimentary first aid 
Position Requirements: EDUCATION AND TRAINING:

Graduation from high school. 
Previous experience working with children
Must be able to pass a background check.
Previous receptionist experience desired.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS OR STANDARDS REQUIRED TO PERFORM ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

Physical Requirements: Must be physically able to sit, stand, walk and drive a car. Must be able to lift mail and boxes up to 15 lbs. Must be able to sit at a computer for extended periods of time. Physical demand requirements are for Light Work.

Interpersonal Communication: Requires the ability to speak and/or signal people to convey or exchange information. Includes giving instructions, assignments or directions. 

Verbal Aptitude: Requires the ability to record and deliver information, to explain procedures, to follow oral and written instructions. Must be able to communicate effectively and efficiently in standard English.

Interpersonal Temperament: Requires the ability to deal with people in a professional manner beyond giving and receiving instructions. Employee must be adaptable to performing tasks under high levels of stress and noise. 
Position Reports to:
Director/Admin. Ass't.
Hours and Salary:
8-4 negotiable
To Apply for this Job: *
e-mail cover letter, resume and salary requirements to:
pfilergoodshepherd@coxinet.net
Application Deadline: Thursday, July 2, 2015
 Posted:  6/23/2015

Administrative Assistant/Bookkeeper-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Good Shepherd Catholic School
Name of Job: *
Administrative Assistant/Bookkeeper
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * POSITION SUMMARY:
The Administrative Assistant/Bookkeeper will serve as the office manager of GSCS as well as the personal and confidential secretary to the school Director or their designee. In addition to welcoming students, parents, staff and guests to the office/school, the Administrative Assistant/bookkeeper is responsible for maintaining accurate financial records at the school level. The Administrative Assistant/Bookkeeper should have the ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing and possess knowledge of human relations in dealing with the high volume of people in and out of a busy school. Must either be a practicing Catholic or supportive of the teachings and traditions of the Catholic Church.

PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES;

• Maintains confidentiality in all matters relating to the school, staff and students.
• Maintains accurate financial records of all individuals’ school accounts in compliance with the Archdiocesan Financial Office and GAAP.
• Maintains and records all employee leave information for payroll and benefits purposes.
• Assists in child and staff safety awareness.
• Uses general office machines such as copiers, computers, etc.
• Carries out other duties as assigned by the School Director.
• Maintains filing system and archives.
• Prepares, edits and produces technical reports as needed for Director.
• Distributes and tracks budget reports.
• Manage files and databases.
• Carries out bookkeeping procedures accurately.
• Back up server/computer daily
• Order office supplies, maintain supplies
• Inputs employee time records when assistance is needed.
• Tracks and coordinates accounts payable/receivable as needed.
• Pleasant phone voice.
• Prepares reports as needed.
• Suggests procedures for improved office efficiency
• Gathers, assembles and summarizes information and data
• Schedules and arranges transportation related duties, including field trips.
• Communicate with UCO regarding needs/services
• Communicate with Mercy regarding needs/services
• Pay staff bi-weekly
• Work with TriCare and SmartTuition to ensure tuition and insurance are billed and payments collected on a timely basis
• Ensure all bills are paid when received
• Plan and supervise required Fire, Tornado and Intruder drills are carried out as specified by Archdiocese and staff handbook.
• Ensure religious education is a major part of the daily instructional program.
• Attend meetings and compose minutes as needed 
Position Qualifications: KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

• Knowledge of Microsoft Office, QuickBooks, Adobe and Internet Explorer
• Knowledge of general office duties and work flow
• Ability to maintain a high level of accuracy in preparing and entering information
• Effective time management skills and communication skills
• Ability to work in a team environment
• Ability to use and create spreadsheets
• Ability to use general office equipment such as phones, photo copier, fax machine, scanner, binding machine, stamp machine, laminator and calculator
• Ability to demonstrate proper telephone etiquette
• Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with staff, students, parents and volunteers
• Ability to maintain confidentiality
• Ability to exercise independent judgement and initiative in completing work assignments
• General knowledge of the standard procedures for running a busy office
• General knowledge of rudimentary first aid 
Position Requirements: EDUCATION AND TRAINING:

Graduation from high school with preference given to an associate’s degree in secretarial science and/or bookkeeping with minimum of five years related experience; or an equivalent combination of training and experience which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS OR STANDARDS REQUIRED TO PERFORM ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

Physical Requirements: Must be physically able to sit, stand, walk and drive a car. Must be able to lift mail and boxes up to 10 lbs. Must be able to sit at a computer for extended periods of time. Physical demand requirements are for Light Work.

Interpersonal Communication: Requires the ability to speak and/or signal people to convey or exchange information. Includes giving instructions, assignments or directions. 

Language Ability: Requires the ability to read simple forms. Requires the ability to prepare time sheets and supply requisitions using prescribed format.

Verbal Aptitude: Requires the ability to record and deliver information, to explain procedures, to follow oral and written instructions. Must be able to communicate effectively and efficiently in standard English.

Interpersonal Temperament: Requires the ability to deal with people in a professional manner beyond giving and receiving instructions. Employee must be adaptable to performing tasks under high levels of stress and noise. 
Position Reports to:
Director
Hours and Salary:
8-4 negotiable
To Apply for this Job: *
e-mail cover letter, resume and salary requirements to:
pfilergoodshepherd@coxinet.net
Application Deadline: Thursday, July 2, 2015
 Posted:  6/23/2015

Administrative Assistant-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Oklahoma City
Name of Job: *
Administrative Assistant
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * Reporting to the Area Director, this position provides administrative support to the office while assisting office leadership with office maintenance, fund development record keeping and general bookkeeping tasks. In addition, interacts with program personnel, event volunteers, and area resource board.

 Answer telephones, direct calls, and take messages
 Compile, copy, sort and file records of office activities
 Responsible for the maintenance of office equipment such as photocopiers, scanners, mail meter and other office machines
 Assists with the preparation of resource board and staff meetings
 Open, sort, and route incoming mail, answer correspondence and prepare outgoing mail
 Responsible for bookkeeping tasks such as invoice coding, prepares deposits, check requests and petty cash
 Orders and maintains inventory of office supplies
 Assist with fund development activities, including Raisers Edge data entry and reporting, Bowl
for Kids’ Sake and Taste of OKC.
 Provide support to program staff by assisting with reference checks, conducting background checks, running program management reports or entering program outcome surveys in AIM
 Perform other duties related to general administrative support and reception responsibilities 
Position Qualifications: Candidates for this position should have the following educations/experience and demonstrate mastery of the following knowledge, skills, and abilities:
 High school diploma or GED
 A minimum of one year office assistant or clerical experience
 Excellent organizational skills with and ability to prioritize and manage multiple tasks and a variety of demands
 Strong self-motivation and the ability to work as a team member
 Excellent written and verbal skills
 Detail-orientated
 Proficient in all aspects of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook)
 Strong interpersonal skills
 Ability to be flexible and resourceful with good problem solving skills
 Ability to work accurately and effectively with database system 
Position Reports to:
Area Director
To Apply for this Job: *
Please send your resume, cover letter and salary requirements to Jacquelyn.Edwards@bbbsok.org by 6-29-15. No phone calls, please.
Application Deadline: Monday, June 29, 2015
 Posted:  6/23/2015

RPC Prevention Specialist-Ardmore

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Wichita Mountains Prevention Network
Name of Job: *
RPC Prevention Specialist
What city will this job be located in? *
Ardmore
Position Description: * The Prevention Specialist is a grant-funded position of the Regional Prevention Coordinator (RPC) grant program through the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (ODMHSAS). The Prevention Specialist promotes population-level change by assisting program staff with the day-to-day operations of the RPC grant for the Region 10 service area. This position coordinates project activities, communicates with coalition and community partners, and promotes RPC activities and strategies throughout Bryan, Carter, Garvin, Johnston, Love, Marshall, Murray and Pontotoc Counties. 
Position Qualifications:
1. A Bachelor’s degree in social service, health education, public relations, education, or related field required. 
2. Understanding of the prevention field.
3. Evidence of community involvement or success in working with community groups.
4. Advanced computer skills (Work, Excel, Power Point). 
5. Excellent written and oral communication skills. 
6. Valid driver’s license required.
7. Out-of-area travel required.
8. Flexible work schedule requiring occasional evenings and weekends. 
Position Requirements: 1. Coordinates and implements RPC project activities and strategies, including, but not limited to, conducting alcohol compliance checks and risk assessments, conduct and promote Responsible Beverage Sales and Service (RBSS) training, data collection, promote youth leadership development through training and technical assistance, and recruit and secure necessary agreements with sample school sites within the service region selected by ODMHSAS to participate in the Oklahoma Prevention Needs Assessment Survey (OPNA). 
2. Establishes and maintains effective working relationships with coalition members, community leaders, county schools, and the required sectors.
3. Uses skills in marketing, promotion, publicity, and coalition building to further strengthen the coalitions and build community support for the RPC project.
4. Develops and nurtures relationships with co-existing community-based organizations and partners. 
5. Supports the RPC grant mission, goals, and principles. 
6. Participates in project-required training, e.g. RBSS, Strategic Prevention Framework, evidence based prevention strategies, community readiness, and environmental strategies 
Position Reports to:
Region 10 RPC Director
Hours and Salary:
Full-time position at $35,000; excellent benefits package
To Apply for this Job: *
WMPN is an Equal Opportunity Employer. To be considered for this position, please submit a WMPN application (available at: www.wmpn.org ), cover letter and resume to WMPN – RPC Director, 10 W. Main Street, Ste. 418, Ardmore, OK 73401
Application Deadline: Friday, July 10, 2015
 Posted:  6/23/2015

PFS Project Coordinator-Durant/Ardmore

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Wichita Mountains Prevention Network
Name of Job: *
PFS Project Coordinator
What city will this job be located in? *
Durant/Ardmore
Position Description: * The Partnership For Success (PFS) Project Coordinator is a grant-funded position of the Partnership for Success grant program through the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (ODMHSAS). The PFS Project Coordinator provides leadership, coordination, and management for the day-to-day operations of the PFS grant for Bryan County. This position coordinates project activities, communicates with coalition and community partners, and promotes PFS activities and strategies throughout Bryan County. This position works with considerable independence with questions of policy and policy interpretation referred to the ODMHSAS Field Representative, and/or external evaluator. 
Position Qualifications:
1. A Bachelor’s degree in social service, health education, public relations, education, or related field required. 
2. Understanding of the prevention field.
3. Evidence of community involvement or success in working with community groups.
4. Advanced computer skills (Work, Excel, Power Point). 
5. Excellent written and oral communication skills. 
6. Valid driver’s license required.
7. Out-of-area travel required.
8. Flexible work schedule requiring occasional evenings and weekends. 
Position Requirements: 1. Directs and implements all PFS project activities and strategies, including, but not limited to, coordination of PFS projects, PFS training, coalition communications, data collection, and development of reports, findings, products, and documents. 
2. Establishes and maintains effective working relationships with coalition members, community leaders, county schools, and the required sectors.
3. Works with coalition in identifying misuse of prescription drugs for the 12-25 age range in the county and works with coalition in designing activities to address the problem. 
4. Uses skills in marketing, promotion, publicity, and coalition building to further strengthen the coalition and build community support for the PFS project.
5. Prepares and submits PFS project reports in a timely fashion.
6. Develops and nurtures relationships with co-existing community-based organizations and partners. 
7. Supports the Partnership For Success grant mission, goals, and principles. 
8. Participates in project-required training, e.g. RX drug misuse, coalition building, cultural competence, and environmental strategies. 
Position Reports to:
Region 10 RPC Director
Hours and Salary:
Full-time position at $35,000 to $38,000 dependent upon experience; excellent benefits package
To Apply for this Job: *
WMPN is an Equal Opportunity Employer. To be considered for this position, please submit a WMPN application (available at: www.wmpn.org), cover letter and resume to WMPN – RPC Director, 10 W. Main Street, Ste. 418, Ardmore, OK 73401
Application Deadline: Friday, July 10, 2015
 Posted:  6/23/2015

Hispanic Afterschool Camp Fire Leader-Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Camp Fire Green Country
Name of Job: *
Hispanic Afterschool Camp Fire Leader
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa Metro
Position Description: * Have a passion for gardening? Yoga? Science? Diverse Cultures? Art? The great outdoors? Team-building games? Camp Fire is looking for energetic, caring adults in the Hispanic community to serve as part-time, afterschool club leaders for the 2015-16 school year. Camp Fire offers quality youth programming in elementary schools across the Tulsa metro, most of which boast vibrant Hispanic communities. Camp Fire has a strong commitment to inclusiveness and the belief that ALL children, regardless of their families' socioeconomic circumstances or other marginalizing factors, deserve the opportunity to participate in and benefit from quality youth development experiences. For a few hours a week, spend time sharing your passion with a small group of 8-12 young people who might not have the opportunity otherwise. For more information on this paid, part-time club leader position for the 2015-2016 school year, visit Camp Fire Green Country's website athttp://www.tulsacampfire.org/jobs/. To learn more about Camp Fire's approach to youth development, watch the "Camp Fire is Thriving!" video on YouTube: https://youtu.be/h6gg3hX-O9w. 
Position Qualifications:
-Education/experience in youth development a huge plus
-Bilingual and bi-cultural
-Comfortable leading and delights in working with a small group of 8-12 elementary age youth
-Embraces challenges and views as opportunity for growth
-Excited to continually develop professional skills through ongoing training
-Works well in teams and independently
Position Requirements:
-Available 5 hrs/week to work (2 hrs for club and up to 3 more hours for club planning, light paperwork and ongoing training opportunities)
-Able to commit to at least one full school year (2015-16)
-Available to attend monthly leader meeting, 1st Monday evening of the month
-High school diploma or GED
Position Reports to:
Program Coordinator of Afterschool Programming
Hours and Salary:
5 hrs/week; $10/hr
To Apply for this Job: *
To apply, send your resume to Emily Pauli at epauli@tulsacampfire.org. Please don't forget to say a word about your passion!
Application Deadline: Wednesday, July 15, 2015
 Posted:  6/22/2015

Part-Time Afterschool Club Camp Fire Leader-Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Camp Fire Green Country
Name of Job: *
Part-Time Afterschool Club Camp Fire Leader
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa Metro
Position Description: * Have a passion for gardening? Yoga? STEM? Theater? Art? The great outdoors? Team-building activities? Camp Fire is looking for 20 energetic, caring adults to serve as part-time, afterschool club leaders for the 2015-16 school year who want to bring their passions to a small group of young people a few hours a week. Camp Fire clubs offer quality youth programming to the most under-served elementary schools in the Tulsa metropolitan area. Camp Fire has a strong commitment to inclusiveness and the belief that ALL children, regardless of their families' socioeconomic circumstances or other marginalizing factors, deserve the opportunity to participate in and benefit from quality youth development experiences. For a few hours a week, spend time sharing your passion with a small group of 8-12 young people who might not have the opportunity otherwise. For more information on this paid, part-time club leader position for the 2015-2016 school year, visit Camp Fire Green Country's website at http://www.tulsacampfire.org/jobs/. To learn more about Camp Fire's approach to youth development, watch the "Camp Fire is Thriving!" video on YouTube: https://youtu.be/h6gg3hX-O9w. 
Position Qualifications:
-Education/experience in youth development, a huge plus
-Comfortable leading and enjoy working with a small group of elementary age youth
-Excited by challenge and views challenge as an opportunity for growth
-High level of professionalism, creativity, energy, organization, self-motivation, empathy and patience
-Ability to work in teams and independently
-High school diploma or GED
Position Requirements:
-5 hr weekly commitment (2 hrs for club and up to 3 more hrs for club prep, light paperwork and on-going training)
- Ability to attend area-wide All Leader meeting, 1st Monday evening of every month
-Ability to commit to at least one full school year; available for work during afterschool hours
-Willingness to attend ongoing trainings for continued professional development
Position Reports to:
Program Coordinator of Afterschool Programming
Hours and Salary:
5 hrs/week; $10/hr
To Apply for this Job: *
To apply for this position, send your resume to epauli@tulsacampfire.org. Please include a brief word about your passion!
Application Deadline: Wednesday, July 15, 2015
 Posted:  6/22/2015

Community Engagement Coordinator-Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Tulsa Area United Way
Name of Job: *
Community Engagement Coordinator
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa
Position Description: * Tulsa Area United Way seeks a Community Engagement Coordinator for its fast-paced Community Impact (CI) department. The individual seeking this position should be a highly organized, self-directed strategic thinker who effectively develops and manages projects and targeted tasks from start to completion—solving problems and creating efficiencies.This role develops cooperative and productive relationships with staff, partner agencies, businesses, and volunteers for the purpose of ongoing monitoring, evaluation, and management. She/he must be deadline driven with the ability to produce required deliverables under pressure and tight time constraints. She/he will work cross-functionally with all CI staff and TAUW departments to provide project support and volunteer coordination within the following areas and provide administrative support to Councils and Committees as needed. 

Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program (VITA)
Day of Caring
TAUW Community Engagement Activities 
Position Qualifications: PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

Mobilize and manage volunteers through a comprehensive online volunteer database.
Assist in the planning and implementation of multiple volunteer events with internal and external partners.
Coordinate volunteer placements and training. 
Maintain metrics to demonstrate impact of volunteer efforts and ensure efficient evaluation, monitoring, reporting, and decision making.
Assist in planning and scheduling volunteer recognition events.
Ensure volunteer positions for each event are appropriately staffed to support desired outcome.
Track and monitor progress of various CI projects and operations, milestones, timelines, and deliverables. Make recommendations for necessary adjustments and/or quality improvements.
Generate timely and accurate internal and external outcomes reports and key performance indicators in partnership with CI and TAUW departments.
Other administrative duties as assigned. 
Position Requirements: QUALIFICATIONS, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

Project management experience; online database record management a plus
Prior nonprofit experience helpful
Strong organizational skills
Excellent problem solving and research skills; ability to follow through
Capable of handling multiple tasks with competing priorities
Attention to detail and accuracy
Ability to meet deadlines while anticipating quickly changing needs
Work both independently and as a collaborative team member
Ability to maintain a light level of confidentiality, a professional demeanor and to represent the organization in a positive manner at all times
Knowledge of MS Office suite, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook
Associate or Bachelor’s degree a plus 
Position Reports to:
VP Community Impact
Hours and Salary:
Full Time
To Apply for this Job: *
Please submit your resume to: hr@tauw.org
Application Deadline: Thursday, July 2, 2015
 Posted:  6/22/2015

Healthy Living Assistant-Hobart

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Great Plains Youth & Family Services, Inc.
Name of Job: *
Healthy Living Assistant
What city will this job be located in? *
Hobart
Position Description: *
The Healthy Living Assistant Program Coordinator will work under the supervision of the Program Coordinators and/or Executive Director to complete duties deemed necessary to develop and implement the Healthy Living Program under the guidelines of the Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust (TSET) to change social norms and improve outcomes in the areas of tobacco control, nutrition, and physical activity within the four sectors of businesses, schools, cities and governments, and community organizations.
Position Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree required. A health related or education field preferred. Experience working within communities on community development and mobilization and/or the implementation of preventive health programs. 
•Skill in developing and delivering oral presentations.
•Capable of communicating effectively orally and in writing.
•Skill in coordinating training events and workshops for adults and youth. 
•Knowledge of tobacco control, nutrition, and physical activity trends and strategies that target children, youth and adults, including advertising, policies and standards, and promising or best practices. 
•Knowledge of both the programmatic and fiscal components of public health or social services program implementation. 
•Demonstrated experience in formulating and implementing policies and procedures.
•Capacity to grasp abstract ideas and form a coherent picture.
•Ability to objectively analyze a situation and evaluate pros and cons of any course of action.
•Ability to work well with people of diverse backgrounds, perspectives and cultures.
•Must be willing to be a team player and work collaboratively with coalitions and community agencies. 
•Must be an organized, proactive, work independently and be a self-starter; able to juggle numerous deadlines and various tasks.
•Technical skills and proficiency in computer applications for research and education. 
Position Requirements: •Develops and maintains strong collaborative partnerships with key stakeholders (local, county-wide, and state-wide) and community partners for involvement in tobacco control, nutrition, and physical activity initiatives.
•Communicates program goals and success to professionals, decision makers, community leaders, contractors, and the media with the supervision of the Program Coordinators.
•Mobilizes community organizations to develop and implement community interventions and system and organizational level changes.
•Analyzes and stays abreast of public health policy and standards.
•Build and nurture community partnerships.
•Collaborate with the Program Coordinators for reporting purposes.
•Coordinates and facilitates resources for coalition meetings (may include but not limited to proving meeting accommodations and notices, logistical assistance, training opportunities, and other assistance as needed).
•Develop and present trainings to community groups, professional associations, employers, and key leaders.
•Develop media messages and cultivate media relationships with the supervision of the Program Coordinators.
•Complies with all program, financial, and evaluation guidelines and requirements of the grant.
•Attends all conferences, trainings, and other meetings required by the grant.
•Participates in all grant-related evaluation activities.
•Travel is required.
•May not serve as a coalition officer.
•Other duties as identified and assigned by the Program Coordinators and/or Executive Director. 
Position Reports to:
Co-Coordinator and Executive Director
Hours and Salary:
Monday-Thursday 8:30-5:00 Friday 8:30-3:00 $32,500
To Apply for this Job: *
Send Resume to kody@gpyfs.org
Application Deadline: Friday, June 26, 2015
 Posted:  6/22/2015

PR & Recruitment Coordinator-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Neighborhood Services Organization
Name of Job: *
PR & Recruitment Coordinator
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * Operating under the direct supervision of the Development & Communications Director, the Public Relations & Recruitment Coordinator will help generate excitement and awareness of programs and the importance of NSO in local communities. The Public Relations & Recruitment Coordinator will support the Development & Communications Director in the day-to-day administration of PR and donor development activities, specifically with donor events, donor development and communications, internal relations including representing the PR team on the Employee Ambassador Council, conducting volunteer recruitment, providing support and assistance to the volunteer coordinator, managing press relations, manning outreach and marketing events, writing/designing/updating newsletters and brochures/handouts, ordering materials and supplies, conducting donor and volunteer tours, assisting with NSO’s United Way relationship and related responsibilities including Pacesetter campaign, United Way tours and speaking engagements, updating websites and social networks. 
Position Qualifications:
Degree:
Public relations, marketing, mass communications, oral communications
Skills:
In-Design, press release experience, writing and editing, social media, media relations, volunteer recruitment, newsletter. Microsoft office, MAC/PC proficiency. Non-profit and data base/analytics experience a plus.
Position Requirements:
The Public Relations & Recruitment Coordinator will understand and model the mission of NSO, and will understand and practice NSO’s policy on confidentiality in respect to all NSO information. The Public Relations & Recruitment Coordinator will exhibit professional behavior in all facets of work at NSO and will exhibit and promote teamwork with all NSO staff.
Position Reports to:
Development & Communications Director
Hours and Salary:
8:00 - 5:00
To Apply for this Job: *
Please send cover letter and resume to gracen@jamesfarris.com
 Posted:  6/22/2015

Public Relations and Marketing Coordinator-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
YWCA Oklahoma City
Name of Job: *
Public Relations and Marketing Coordinator
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: *
The YWCA Oklahoma City is seeking a full-time Public Relations and Marketing Coordinator. The successful candidate will provide agency public relations, marketing, website and database management and small gift cultivation. This position assists with major fundraising events, coordinates press releases, media requests and interviews, social media accounts, website content, creates collateral materials, and oversees marketing efforts of Our Sisters’ Closet resale shop.
Position Qualifications:
The ideal candidate will have at minimum, an Associate’s degree and two years public relations and marketing experience. Bachelor’s degree preferred.
Position Requirements:
Skills required include: Knowledge of Public Relations and Marketing best practices; expertise in MS Office and Adobe Creative Suite; excellent written and verbal communication, organization and prioritization; excellent problem solving abilities and multi-tasking skills; ability to be self-motivated and self-directed; attention to detail and deadlines.
To Apply for this Job: *
To apply for the position, go to www.ywcaokc.org, click on “Employment” at the top of the page and follow the instructions at the bottom of the Employment page.
Application Deadline: Monday, July 20, 2015
 Posted:  6/22/2015

Adult Counselor-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
YWCA Oklahoma City
Name of Job: *
Adult Counselor
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: *
Adult Counselor needed to provide crisis intervention and individual/group counseling for adult victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Training in domestic violence, sexual assault and trauma is provided.
Position Qualifications:
Minimum Requirements: Master’s Degree in Psychology, Counseling, Social Work or related field; current Oklahoma licensure, i.e. LPC/LMFT/LCSW or under LPC supervision; excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Position Requirements:
Experience and training in trauma counseling would be beneficial. Bilingual ability preferred but not required. 
LPC supervision provided.
To Apply for this Job: *
To apply for the position, go to www.ywcaokc.org, click on “Employment” at the top of the page and follow the instructions at the bottom of the Employment page.
Application Deadline: Monday, July 20, 2015
 Posted:  6/19/2015

Child Advocate-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
YWCA Oklahoma City
Name of Job: *
Child Advocate
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * The YWCA Oklahoma City is currently seeking a Child Advocate to work full-time. We are seeking a dynamic professional who is energetic, creative, takes initiative, proactively builds relationships and performs as a solid team member. The Child Advocate will provide assistance, support and education to children and parents affected by domestic violence and sexual assault at the YWCA Emergency Shelter through trauma informed service delivery. This includes serving as primary advocate to children in the YWCA Crisis Programs. Performing intake procedures for children in the YWCA Crisis Programs to identify resource needs of children, refer to appropriate services, i.e. school and after-school program placements, counseling, medical care, childcare etc. and aid in obtaining these services, including assistance with filling out paperwork. Gather information on community resources for client referrals and develop an individualized services based on child’s needs. Completing safety and goal planning with each assigned child/parent. Follow-up weekly to monitor progress toward goals, needed resources, etc. 
Position Qualifications:
Bachelor’s Degree in a social service or related field is required, one year’s experience working with children is required and one year’s experience in the field of sexual assault and/or domestic violence is preferred.
Position Requirements:
Experience in working with children in crisis situations or related field is also preferred. Strong listening, verbal and written communication skills are required and bilingual skills preferred. The position is salaried and will require occasional flexibility to meet the needs of our clients and the agency. Benefits include health insurance, paid vacation and retirement.
To Apply for this Job: *
To apply for the position, go to www.ywcaokc.org, click on “Employment” at the top of the page and follow the instructions at the bottom of the Employment page.
Application Deadline: Monday, July 20, 2015
 Posted:  6/19/2015

School Programs Coordinator-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
The Children's Hospital Volunteers, Inc.
Name of Job: *
School Programs Coordinator
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * General Description: Under minimal supervision, determines and implements school program to assist patients and families with education needs during hospitalization, and provide health related, educational community outreach.

Essential Functions/Duties:
• The candidate will be responsible for articulating a vision and plan for a new and innovative hospital education program at The Children’s Hospital. Specifically, the candidate will develop and implement programs that support the specialized educational needs of hospitalized students – including Individualized Education/504 plans, homebound needs, instruction, and tutoring.
• Assist parents with educational planning and other related resources for long term patients, chronic diagnoses and other high need populations, including school re-entry support for children’s socio-emotional needs who have experienced hospitalization.
• Maintain up-to-date knowledge of Oklahoma education laws/policies related to special education, home school and homebound programs. 
• Coordinate health education, enrichment and community outreach by developing relationships with school districts, educators and volunteers. 
• Create opportunities for outreach events, institutes and workshops for educators, parents and student groups and designs and promotes opportunities for patients and families to experience educational enrichment activities during hospitalization. 
• Collaborate on grants for sustainability of the program. Maintain and initiate partnerships with education and health organizations and community. 
• Work collaboratively on a team and across hospital departments 

Position Qualifications:
Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Education; Master’s in Special Education or Administration preferred

Experience: At least three (3) years of related experience; preferable to have experience in Elementary & Intermediate Education, Special Education, English Second Language, Creative Arts; or experience working with high-need, alternatively educated students
Position Requirements: Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Excellent verbal and writing skills to include excellent interpersonal communication skills. Excellent public speaking and instruction skills. Knowledge of academic instruction theory. Working knowledge of patient and family educational needs and Oklahoma educational requirements. Working knowledge of trends and opportunities in health education programming and outreach. Good technology skills.

Certifications/Registrations Required: Oklahoma Teacher Certification K-12 or Special Education; or American Board for Certification of Teacher Excellence 
Position Reports to:
Volunteer Manager
To Apply for this Job: *
Must submit application online

https://hca.taleo.net/careersection/0hca/jobdetail.ftl?job=1851065&src=JB-11444

Search Taleo Requisition #00322-21466

Or search www.indeed.com “school programs coordinator” and Oklahoma City
 Posted:  6/19/2015

Volunteer Programs Coordinator-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
The Children's Hospital Volunteers, Inc.
Name of Job: *
Volunteer Programs Coordinator
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * General Description:
Under minimal supervision, implements and coordinates programming that The Children’s Hospital Volunteers provide to enhance support to patients and families. This position is funded by the Children’s Hospital Volunteers.

Essential Function/Duties:
In collaboration with the Child Life Department, determines, implements and evaluates programs provided by volunteers for patients and families. This programming will be focused inside The Zone, Family Resource Room and on patient units, and will utilize service of volunteers and the community. Initiates and builds community relationships to enhance and expand patient and family programming. Performs consistent stewardship and communication duties with donors and coordinates community fundraising and development events. Supports volunteers by providing direct assistance in training, orientation, shadowing and behavior modeling opportunities, as needed. Evaluates, expands and/or enhances the roles of volunteers to best meet patient and family needs and ensures volunteer training is adequate to support those roles. Works closely with volunteers in running programming in order to maintain knowledge of daily needs of patients and families. Evaluates outcomes of programming to meet the needs of patients and families, to ensure quality and to meet best practices of not-for-profit programming. 
Position Qualifications:
*Experience: One (1) year experience in coordinating programming for children and families, preferably in a hospital or similar setting
Position Requirements: Physical Requirements (with or without accommodation):
Position requires frequent standing and some walking, twisting, pushing, pulling, bending, stooping and lifting. Use of arm muscles, leg muscles and back muscles when lifting. Finger dexterity sufficient for typing, feeling, or touching. Vision and hearing within functional ranges.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: 
Must have knowledge of the principles, techniques, materials and equipment used to facilitate activities with individuals and groups. Ability to coordinate not-for-profit programs. Must have effective communication skills both written and verbal. Ability to work with an interdisciplinary team. Must have skills sufficient for supervising volunteers and students. Must have good interpersonal skills to develop effective working relationships and deal with difficult family dynamics. Knowledge of performance improvement tools and how to monitor an ongoing process. Skills in planning programs and analyzing the problems that arise. Skills in fundraising and development. Knowledge of best practices for not-for-profit programs. Computer skills and a general knowledge of office procedures are also needed. 
Position Reports to:
Volunteer Manager
To Apply for this Job: *
Visit www.indeed.com and search "Volunteer Programs Coordinator" and "Oklahoma City"

Or use https://hca.taleo.net/careersection/0hca/jobdetail.ftl?job=1852670&src=JB-11444 

Job number is 00322-21526

Applications must be submitted online
 Posted:  6/19/2015

Outreach Coordinator/Advocate Supervisor-Purcell

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Cleveland County CASA
Name of Job: *
Outreach Coordinator/Advocate Supervisor
What city will this job be located in? *
Purcell
Position Description: * Cleveland County CASA is seeking an Outreach Coordinator/Advocate Supervisor to serve McClain and Garvin counties. This position would require approximately 40 hours/week. Duties include: volunteer supervision, assisting in program development and activities, presenting training sessions, and facilitating cases until their resolution.

Bachelor’s degree in social service-related field or 3 years experience in social services field required. Must possess excellent written and verbal communication skills, the ability to work well with a variety of volunteers, and an understanding of families in crisis. 
Position Reports to:
Executive Director
To Apply for this Job: *
Please submit a cover letter, resume, and three references by email to CASA@clevelandcountycasa.org by fax to (405) 360-7014, or by mail at 1650 W Tecumseh Rd, Suite 400, Norman, OK 73069. Learn more about Cleveland County CASA at www.clevelandcountycasa.org
Application Deadline: Friday, July 3, 2015
 Posted:  6/19/2015

Director, Community Advancement-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Arthritis Foundation
Name of Job: *
Director, Community Advancement
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * The Director, Community Advancement (DCA) serves as the lead development professional in the Tulsa and Oklahoma City markets deemed high priority and demonstrating the greatest potential for the South Central Region in Oklahoma. He/she will build the fundraising strategy to reach and/or exceed the revenue and volunteer engagement goals through strategic Community Leadership Board development and a strategic fundraising plan uniquely suited to those communities. 

The DCA will identify, cultivate, and train volunteers to implement annual team oriented or social event development/fundraising plans in their markets. The DCA will also collaboratively coordinate with other members of AF staff, volunteer leadership, and committees selected to support these events and activities. 

The DCA focuses on specifically assigned community development programs, including, but not limited to: Gala and Golf events; Walk/Run events, corporate partnerships, major donor recruitment, cultivation and stewardship initiatives, special donor appeals, grants and foundation support, and other revenue generating activities. 

He or she will use moves management techniques to develop donor relationships with individual, foundation and corporate constituents. This position will keenly focus on local community board recruitment and development for the Oklahoma markets. The DCA may participate in and/or assist with other designated assignments. 
Position Qualifications: • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent combination of nonprofit work experience and job relevant education. 
• Five to seven years of relevant nonprofit development work experience required. 
• Highly effective in developing and cultivating corporate sponsorships for their assigned fundraising events and/or activities. 
• Excellent communication skills and demonstrated ability to achieve results through the coordination of the efforts of AF staff and/or volunteers.
• Strategic thinker with ability to manage short-term and long-term plans and goals with an established record of achieving revenue attaining results. 
• Detail oriented with strong time management, project management, event management, and meeting management skills. 
• Effective in cultivating and maintaining long-term donor/volunteer/sponsor relationships. 
• Solid analytic skills to assess revenue development potential. 
• Ability to respond to changing circumstances and priorities in a positive, focused manner, and remain composed under stress. 
• Proficient knowledge of and utilization skills in Microsoft Office software, internet based applications, and applicable computer hardware. 
• Ability to work independently with limited supervision 
Position Requirements: Responsible for leadership and supervision of staff within assigned market areas. Accountable for the recruitment, selection, development, and retention of a qualified team of staff professionals and volunteer leaders necessary to accomplish all market goals and objectives.

Develops and recommends annual budget projection of income and expenses for Region budget.

May require frequent travel within Oklahoma and occasional travel throughout the rest of the Region territory including Texas and New Mexico. And also may be required to participate in National, Regional or local trainings, events, and other meetings that are out of state. 

Coordinates with the Mission Programs team to assist in forming strategic partnerships for the formation of corporate sponsorships, physician outreach, delivery of help and support programs, volunteer engagement, and any other services that are in direct support of the Region’s mission objectives. 
To Apply for this Job: *
Submit resume and cover letter with salary requirements to: scarter@arthritis.org. Please reference “Director, Community Advancement, Oklahoma” in the subject line.
No phone calls, please. Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
Application Deadline: Friday, June 26, 2015
 Posted:  6/19/2015

Family Intervention Specialist-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Youth Villages
Name of Job: *
Family Intervention Specialist
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * What is Youth Villages?
Youth Villages is a nonprofit organization striving to help troubled youth and families live successfully. We are a team of more than 2,700 individuals who’ve come together across 11 states and the District of Columbia to change the landscape of child welfare and juvenile justice across the country. Our work involves providing an array of counseling and treatment services to youth with severe emotional and behavioral needs. 

Eighty-two percent of those who go through treatment are succeeding two years after leaving our program. These youth are living at home, remaining in school, and are not experiencing trouble with the law.

We believe strongly in investing in and supporting our employees. We offer candidates opportunities to develop a career and be part of a positive change in our country’s treatment of at-risk youth and families.

Can I see myself here?
We have found our staff succeed at Youth Villages when they:
• Are passionate about social services and dedicated to helping at-risk youth and families
• Value feedback and accountability 
• Value the collaboration that comes from working on a team and thrive working on their own
• Enjoy variety in their schedule and not sitting behind a desk all day
• Are results and detailed oriented
• Have a sense of humor and find creative ways to implement ideas 
• Value a strength-based treatment approach 
• Can change priorities quickly 
• Are looking for more than just a job

How will you invest in me?
One of our core values is that we are committed to our staff. We will help you take your career with us wherever you want it to go. We offer staff:
• Affordable access to medical, prescription, dental, and vision insurance plans
• Tuition Reimbursement and Licensure Supervision

• Priority consideration for leadership openings throughout the organization
• Mileage and cell phone reimbursement
• Retirement savings pension plan and a 403(b) and FSA
• Paid time off: Two weeks for vacation, nine paid holidays, and 12 sick days annually
• Supportive leadership and coworkers 

Experience growth and development through our continuous training, as well as tuition and licensure reimbursement, or pursue opportunities to advance both clinically and administratively with Youth Villages.

What’s next?
Are you ready to make difference? 

EOE
Position Qualifications: How can I be considered for the position?
You can be considered for this position if you meet the following qualifications:
• Master’s or Bachelor's degree in social services field; degrees that can be considered include: social work, drug and alcohol education or counseling, psychology, counseling, guidance counseling, or marriage and family therapy. Other degrees will have to be evaluated further to determine if they meet the qualifications.
• Clinical or case management experience is required
• Strong writing skills and experience with electronic documentation 
• Acceptable driving record- Two or fewer moving violations within the past 36 months 
To Apply for this Job: *
Apply Online @ www.youthvillages.org/jobs
 Posted:  6/19/2015

Community Liaison Coordinator-Claremore

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Rogers County Volunteers for Youth, Inc.
Name of Job: *
Community Liaison Coordinator
What city will this job be located in? *
Claremore
Position Description: *
The Community Liaison Coordinator is a grant-funded position of the TSET Healthy Living Program. The successful candidate will promote the mission and vision of the Healthy Community Partnership and the TSET Healthy Living Project, develop and cultivate community stakeholders, assist with the achievement of the HLP goals, recruit and retain Members/Volunteers, and create community partnerships
Position Qualifications:
1. Recognized & respected community member
2. College Degree Preferred
3. Previous Successful Experience Working with Volunteers
4. Demonstrated Success in creating community partnerships
5. Organizational Skills & Computer Proficiency
6. Good Communication Skills, including Public Speaking
Position Requirements: 1. Promote the mission and vision of the Healthy Community Partnership and the TSET Healthy Living Project through all avenues
2. Work with the HLP Lead Project Director to develop and cultivate key stakeholder relationships to support the activities critical to achieving HLP program outcomes
3. Provide ongoing support to continually engage and mobilize the community stakeholders to support and achieve program outcomes
4. Identify and recruit qualified adults from the community to act as volunteers within the Healthy Community Partnership (HCP) Coalition and for TSET Healthy Living grant activities/projects while always keeping diversity in mind
5. Develop methods for recognizing, supporting, training, and retaining volunteers & members
6. Work with the HLP Lead Project Director and HCP President to coordinate coalition activities including meetings, trainings, and presentations
7. Receive and file all reports & data pertaining to volunteer & member activities
8. Meet, as appropriate, with volunteers and members for the purposes of counseling, training, evaluation and encouragement;
9. Help to solidify relationships by communicating regularly in person, by phone, mail and email with all volunteers and coalition members
10. Develop & maintain relationships with local businesses 
11. Plan and execute needed recognition events;
12. Seek every opportunity to recognize volunteers and community partners
13. Assist HLP Project Directors by regularly researching topics in prevention of tobacco use, improving physical activity, improving nutrition, and prepare for distribution to volunteers and coalition members as well as for social media; 
14. Submit regular activity reports to the HLP Lead Project Director and the HCP President for inclusion in grant reporting, evaluation, and for planning purposes 
Position Reports to:
HCP President & HLP Lead Project Director
Hours and Salary:
60-month half-time position at a competitive annual rate of pay commensurate with experience; no benefits
To Apply for this Job: *
Interested applicants should email a cover letter indicating the position(s) for which they wish to be considered along with a current resume. The email should be sent to mendy.s@volunteersforyouth.com
Application Deadline: Friday, July 10, 2015
 Posted:  6/19/2015

HLP Lead Project Director-Claremore

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Rogers County Volunteers for Youth, Inc.
Name of Job: *
HLP Lead Project Director
What city will this job be located in? *
Claremore
Position Description: * The HLP Lead Project Director is a grant-funded position of the TSET Healthy Living Program grant. The HLP Lead Project Director provides leadership, coordination, and management for the day-to-day operations of the TSET Healthy Living Program grant for Rogers County. This position supervises any additional staff, coordinates project activities, communicates with Healthy Community Partnership members and community participants, and promotes HLP activities and strategies throughout Rogers County across all four required sectors. The four sectors are Schools, Businesses, Cities & Governments, and Community Institutions. This position works with considerable independence with questions of policy and policy interpretation referred to the Executive Director and/or TSET Program Officers. 
Position Qualifications: Personal Characteristics Required:
1. Maintains professional image.
2. Demonstrates a commitment to serve the community with courtesy, friendliness, and consideration of cultural differences.
3. Thinks independently and creatively.
4. Cooperates with various audiences.
5. Exercises good judgment and decision-making capabilities.
6. Can speak to various community groups persuasively.
7. Remains flexible and successful within changing environment and demands.
8. Is able to work flexible hours and independently without constant and direct supervision.
Skills/Knowledge/Abilities Required:
1. An undergraduate degree or experience equivalent in related field required (health & wellness, prevention, social service, marketing, public relations, organizational management, education, etc). 
2. Considerable experience in the prevention field with preference given to Certified Prevention Specialist certification holders
3. Evidence of community involvement or success in working with community groups.
4. Ability to supervise, support, and redirect staff as needed
5. Advanced computer skills (Work, Excel, Power Point). 
6. Organization skills and program management experience
7. Thorough knowledge of current health issues, especially tobacco-related issues, nutrition, and physical activity
8. Experience in working with educational institutions, worksites, and other community institutions
9. Ability to analyze budgets and expenditure data
10. Ability to formulate and implement policies and procedures
11. Ability to think and act decisively about financial issues and corrective plans involving non-compliance
12. Ability to objectively analyze a situation and evaluate pros and cons of any course of action
13. Ability to design and implement effective workflow processes and procedures
14. Ability to show cultural competence in working with diverse populations
15. Ability to manage multiple projects and priorities with various deadlines and tasks
16. Excellent written and oral communication skills. 
17. Ability to work with and relate to youth.
18. Knowledge of Rogers County communities. 
Other:
1. Valid driver’s license and an excellent driving record with no felony or DUI convictions in the past five years. Must provide proof of insurance coverage.
2. Out-of-area travel required.
3. Flexible work schedule requiring some evenings and weekends. 
Position Requirements: Essential Functions:
1. Directs and implements all HLP project activities and strategies, including, but not limited to, coordination of HLP projects, HLP training, coalition communications, data collection, and development of reports, findings, products, and documents. 
 Gains in-depth knowledge of the approved project program plan and any approved program evaluation components;
 Coordinates assessment and strategic planning processes to develop a comprehensive program plan
 Takes responsibility for reviewing and analyzing local strategic plans and works with the coalition to make necessary revisions and submissions annually to TSET;
 Supervises the HLP Tobacco Project Director and the HLP Nutrition & Physical Fitness Project Director
 Uses the approved reporting systems for timely and accurate programmatic and financial reporting
 Under the direction of the assigned evaluator, works with the coalition in evaluation of all HLP-related activities and outcomes;
 Provides monthly updates to the Healthy Community Partnership on all project activities, strategies, and training;
 Develops and implements the use of project data collection forms/instruments;
 Oversees the collection of any data specific to HLP project;
 Monitors the grant budget, including rate of expenditures and compliance with budgeting requirements;
 Assists with funding reapplications
 Ensures compliance with all program, financial and evaluation guidelines and requirements of the grant;
 Participates in Healthy Community Partnership meetings.
2. Establishes and maintains effective working relationships with coalition members, community leaders, county schools, and other community sectors
 Maintains open, effective communication with coalition members and other project stakeholders to communicate the goals and successes of the HLP Program;
 Maintains open, effective communication with TSET Project Officer in Oklahoma City;
 Works with the Community Liaison Coordinator to recruit, develop, and maintain a diverse coalition membership mirroring the county population;
 Works with the Community Liaison Coordinator to develop and maintain a communication mechanism to keep coalition members fully informed of community issues, events, and activities as well as grant-related plans, budgets and issues;
 Mobilizes Rogers County community organizations to develop and implement HLP plans.
3. Uses skills in marketing, promotion, publicity, and coalition building to further strengthen the coalition and build community support for the HLP project.
4. Develops and nurtures relationships with co-existing community-based organizations and is proactive in process dispute resolution. 
5. Participates in project-required training 
Position Reports to:
Executive Director & Coalition Voting Members
Hours and Salary:
60-month full-time position at a competitive annual rate of pay commensurate with experience
To Apply for this Job: *
Interested applicants should email a cover letter indicating the position(s) for which they wish to be considered along with a current resume. The email should be sent to mendy.s@volunteersforyouth.com
Application Deadline: Friday, July 10, 2015
 Posted:  6/19/2015

PFS Project Director-Claremore

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Rogers County Volunteers for Youth, Inc.
Name of Job: *
PFS Project Director
What city will this job be located in? *
Claremore
Position Description: * The Partnership For Success (PFS) Project Director is a grant-funded position of the Partnership for Success grant program through the Cherokee Nation. The PFS Project Director provides leadership, coordination, and management for the day-to-day operations of the PFS grant for Rogers County. This position supervises any additional staff, coordinates project activities, communicates with Healthy Community Partnership members and community participants, and promotes PFS activities and strategies throughout Rogers County. This position works with considerable independence with questions of policy and policy interpretation referred to the Executive Director, CN Project Officer, and/or external evaluator. 
Position Qualifications: Personal Characteristics Required:
1. Maintains professional image.
2. Demonstrates a commitment to serve the community with courtesy, friendliness, and consideration of cultural differences.
3. Thinks independently and creatively.
4. Cooperates with various audiences.
5. Exercises good judgment and decision-making capabilities.
6. Can speak to various community groups persuasively.
7. Remains flexible and successful within changing environment and demands.
8. Is able to work flexible hours and independently without constant and direct supervision.
Skills/Knowledge/Abilities Required:
1. An undergraduate degree or experience equivalent in related field required (social service, marketing, public relations, organizational management, education, etc). 
2. Understanding of the prevention field.
3. Evidence of community involvement or success in working with community groups.
4. Advanced computer skills (Work, Excel, Power Point). 
5. Excellent written and oral communication skills. 
6. Ability to work with and relate to youth.
7. Knowledge of Rogers County communities. 
Other:
1. Valid driver’s license required.
2. Out-of-area travel required.
3. Flexible work schedule requiring some evenings and weekends. 
Position Requirements: Essential Functions:
1. Directs and implements all PFS project activities and strategies, including, but not limited to, coordination of PFS projects, PFS training, coalition communications, data collection, and development of reports, findings, products, and documents. 
 Gains in-depth knowledge of the approved project program plan and any approved program evaluation components;
 Uses the approved reporting system and Strategic Prevention Framework tool;
 Under the direction of the evaluator, works with the coalition in evaluation of all PFS-related activities and outcomes;
 Provides monthly updates to the Healthy Community Partnership and Evaluator on all project activities, strategies, and training;
 Develops and implements the use of project data collection forms/instruments;
 Oversees the collection of any data specific to PFS projects;
 Participates in Healthy Community Partnership meetings.
2. Establishes and maintains effective working relationships with coalition members, community leaders, county schools, and the required sectors.
 Maintains open, effective communication with coalition members and other project stakeholders;
 Maintains open, effective communication with PFS Project Officer at Cherokee Nation.
3. Works with coalition in identifying misuse of prescription drugs for the 12-25 age range in the county and works with coalition in designing activities to address the problem. 
4. Uses skills in marketing, promotion, publicity, and coalition building to further strengthen the coalition and build community support for the PFS project.
5. Prepares and submits PFS project reports in a timely fashion, both to the coalition and the external evaluator. 
6. Develops and nurtures relationships with co-existing community-based organizations and is proactive in process dispute resolution. 
7. Supports the Partnership For Success grant mission, goals, and principles. 
8. Participates in project-required training, e.g. RX drug misuse, coalition building, cultural competence, and environmental strategies. 
Position Reports to:
Executive Director
Hours and Salary:
60-month full-time position at a competitive annual rate of pay commensurate with experience ; no benefits
To Apply for this Job: *
Interested applicants should email a cover letter indicating the position(s) for which they wish to be considered along with a current resume. The email should be sent to mendy.s@volunteersforyouth.com
Application Deadline: Friday, July 10, 2015
 Posted:  6/19/2015

HLP Nutrition & Physical Activity Project Director-Claremore

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Rogers County Volunteers for Youth, Inc.
Name of Job: *
HLP Nutrition & Physical Activity Project Director
What city will this job be located in? *
Claremore
Position Description: * The HLP Nutrition & Physical Activity Project Director is a grant-funded position of the TSET Healthy Living Program grant. The HLP Nutrition & Physical Activity Project Director provides leadership, coordination, and management for the day-to-day operations of the Nutrition & Physical Activity projects within the TSET Healthy Living Program grant for all four sectors across Rogers County. The four sectors are Schools, Businesses, Cities & Governments, and Community Institutions. This position coordinates project activities, communicates with Healthy Community Partnership members and community participants, and promotes HLP Nutrition & Physical Activity strategies throughout Rogers County. This position works with considerable independence with questions of policy and policy interpretation referred to the HLP Lead Project Director and/or TSET Program Officers. 
Position Qualifications: Personal Characteristics Required:
1. Maintains professional image.
2. Demonstrates a commitment to serve the community with courtesy, friendliness, and consideration of cultural differences.
3. Thinks independently and creatively.
4. Cooperates with various audiences.
5. Exercises good judgment and decision-making capabilities.
6. Can speak to various community groups persuasively.
7. Remains flexible and successful within changing environment and demands.
8. Is able to work flexible hours and independently without constant and direct supervision.

Skills/Knowledge/Abilities Required:
1. An undergraduate degree or experience equivalent in related field required (health & wellness, prevention, social service, marketing, public relations, organizational management, education, etc). 
2. Understanding of the prevention field.
3. Evidence of community involvement or success in working with community groups.
4. Advanced computer skills (Work, Excel, Power Point). 
5. Organization skills with program management experience preferred
6. Thorough knowledge of current health issues, especially Nutrition & Physical Activity issues and strategies that target children, youth, and adults, including advertising, policies and standards, and promising or best practices
7. Experience in working with educational institutions, worksites, and other community institutions
8. Ability to design and implement effective workflow processes and procedures
9. Ability to show cultural competence in working with diverse populations
10. Excellent written and oral communication skills. 
11. Ability to work with and relate to youth.
12. Knowledge of Rogers County communities. 

Other:
1. Valid driver’s license and an excellent driving record with no felony or DUI convictions in the past five years. Must provide proof of insurance coverage.
2. Out-of-area travel required.
3. Flexible work schedule requiring some evenings and weekends. 
Position Requirements: Essential Functions:
1. Directs and implements all HLP Nutrition & Physical Activity strategies, including, but not limited to, coordination of projects, training, coalition communications, data collection, and development of reports, findings, products, and documents. 
 Gains in-depth knowledge of the approved project program plan and any approved program evaluation components;
 Assists with assessment and strategic planning processes to develop a comprehensive program plan;
 Oversees the details of each phase of the Nutrition & Physical Activity portion of the HLP program plan;
 Provides necessary data to HLP Lead Project Director for accurate programmatic and financial reporting
 Provides monthly updates to the HLP Lead Project Director to share with the Healthy Community Partnership on all project activities, strategies, and training;
 Oversees the collection of any data specific to the Nutrition & Physical Activity portion of the HLP project;
 Ensures use of accurate demographic, scientific, statistical and programmatic information related to nutrition and physical fitness issues;
 Provides and coordinates training and technical assistance to the coalition and local partners. Assures that the members are provided opportunities to develop or enhance specific experience and expertise in effective nutrition and fitness interventions, through participation in training workshops, conference calls, and evaluation activities.
 Regularly researches promising and best practice interventions and continually develops knowledge involving nutrition and physical fitness in order to develop the best strategies for achieving grant outcomes;
 Participates in Healthy Community Partnership meetings.

2. Establishes and maintains effective working relationships with coalition members, community leaders, county schools, and other community sectors
 Maintains open, effective communication with coalition members and other project stakeholders to communicate the goals and successes of the HLP Program ;
 Maintains open, effective communication with the HLP Lead Project Director and the TSET Project Officer in Oklahoma City
 Mobilizes Rogers County community organizations to develop and implement HLP Nutrition & Physical Activity plans through system and organizational level changes;

3. Uses skills in marketing, promotion, publicity, and coalition building to further strengthen the coalition and build community support for the HLP Nutrition & Physical Activity initiatives.

4. Participates in project-required training 
Position Reports to:
HLP Lead Project Director & Executive Director
Hours and Salary:
60-month full-time position at a competitive annual rate of pay commensurate with experience
To Apply for this Job: *
Interested applicants should email a cover letter indicating the position(s) for which they wish to be considered along with a current resume. The email should be sent to mendy.s@volunteersforyouth.com
Application Deadline: Friday, July 10, 2015
 Posted:  6/19/2015

HLP Tobacco Free Project Director-Claremore

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Rogers County Volunteers for Youth, Inc.
Name of Job: *
HLP Tobacco Free Project Director
What city will this job be located in? *
Claremore
Position Description: * The HLP Tobacco Free Project Director is a grant-funded position of the TSET Healthy Living Program grant. The HLP Tobacco Free Project Director provides leadership, coordination, and management for the day-to-day operations of the Tobacco Free projects within the TSET Healthy Living Program grant for all four sectors across Rogers County. The four sectors are Schools, Businesses, Cities & Governments, and Community Institutions. This position coordinates project activities, communicates with Healthy Community Partnership members and community participants, and promotes HLP Tobacco Free activities and strategies throughout Rogers County. This position works with considerable independence with questions of policy and policy interpretation referred to the HLP Lead Project Director and/or TSET Program Officers. 
Position Qualifications: Personal Characteristics Required:
1. Maintains professional image.
2. Demonstrates a commitment to serve the community with courtesy, friendliness, and consideration of cultural differences.
3. Thinks independently and creatively.
4. Cooperates with various audiences.
5. Exercises good judgment and decision-making capabilities.
6. Can speak to various community groups persuasively.
7. Remains flexible and successful within changing environment and demands.
8. Is able to work flexible hours and independently without constant and direct supervision.

Skills/Knowledge/Abilities Required:
1. An undergraduate degree or experience equivalent in related field required (health & wellness, prevention, social service, marketing, public relations, organizational management, education, etc). 
2. Understanding of the prevention field.
3. Evidence of community involvement or success in working with community groups.
4. Advanced computer skills (Work, Excel, Power Point). 
5. Organization skills with program management experience preferred
6. Thorough knowledge of current health issues, especially tobacco-related issues and strategies that target children, youth, and adults, including advertising, policies and standards, and promising or best practices
7. Ability to design and implement effective workflow processes and procedures
8. Ability to show cultural competence in working with diverse populations
9. Experience in working with educational institutions, worksites, and other community institutions
10. Excellent written and oral communication skills. 
11. Ability to work with and relate to youth.
12. Knowledge of Rogers County communities. 

Other:
1. Valid driver’s license and an excellent driving record with no felony or DUI convictions in the past five years. Must provide proof of insurance coverage.
2. Out-of-area travel required.
3. Flexible work schedule requiring some evenings and weekends. 
Position Requirements: Essential Functions:
1. Directs and implements all HLP Tobacco Free project activities and strategies, including, but not limited to, coordination of projects, training, coalition communications, data collection, and development of reports, findings, products, and documents. 
 Gains in-depth knowledge of the approved project program plan and any approved program evaluation components;
 Assists with assessment and strategic planning processes to develop a comprehensive program plan;
 Oversees the details of each phase of the Tobacco Free portion of the HLP program plan;
 Provides necessary data to HLP Lead Project Director for accurate programmatic and financial reporting
 Provides monthly updates to the HLP Lead Project Director to share with the Healthy Community Partnership on all project activities, strategies, and training;
 Oversees the collection of any data specific to the Tobacco Free portion of the HLP project;
 Ensures use of accurate demographic, scientific, statistical and programmatic information related to tobacco issues;
 Provides and coordinates training and technical assistance to the coalition and local partners. Assures that the members are provided opportunities to develop or enhance specific experience and expertise in effective tobacco interventions, through participation in training workshops, conference calls, and evaluation activities;
 Regularly researches promising and best practice interventions and continually develops knowledge involving tobacco in order to develop the best strategies for achieving grant outcomes;
 Participates in Healthy Community Partnership meetings.

2. Establishes and maintains effective working relationships with coalition members, community leaders, county schools, and other community sectors
 Maintains open, effective communication with coalition members and other project stakeholders to communicate the goals and successes of the HLP Program;
 Maintains open, effective communication with the HLP Lead Project Director and the TSET Project Officer in Oklahoma City
 Mobilizes Rogers County community organizations to develop and implement HLP Tobacco Free plans through system and organizational level changes.

3. Uses skills in marketing, promotion, publicity, and coalition building to further strengthen the coalition and build community support for the HLP Tobacco Free initiatives.

4. Participates in project-required training 
Position Reports to:
HLP Lead Project Director & Executive Director
Hours and Salary:
60-month full-time position at a competitive annual rate of pay commensurate with experience
To Apply for this Job: *
Interested applicants should email a cover letter indicating the position(s) for which they wish to be considered along with a current resume. The email should be sent to mendy.s@volunteersforyouth.com
Application Deadline: Friday, July 10, 2015
 Posted:  6/19/2015

Drug Free Communities Support Program-Project Director-Claremore

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Rogers County Volunteers for Youth, Inc.
Name of Job: *
Drug Free Communities Support Program - Project Director
What city will this job be located in? *
Claremore
Position Description: * The DFC Project Director is a grant-funded position of the Drug Free Communities (DFC) Support Program. The DFC Project Director provides leadership, coordination, and management for the day-to-day operations of the DFC grant for Rogers County. This position supervises any additional DFC staff, coordinates DFC project activities, communicates with Healthy Community Partnership members and community participants, and promotes DFC activities and strategies throughout Rogers County. This position works with considerable independence with questions of DFC policy and DFC policy interpretation referred to the Executive Director and/or external evaluator. 
Position Qualifications: Personal Characteristics Required:
1. Maintains professional image.
2. Demonstrates a commitment to serve the community with courtesy, friendliness, and consideration of cultural differences.
3. Thinks independently and creatively.
4. Cooperates with various audiences.
5. Exercises good judgment and decision-making capabilities.
6. Can speak to various community groups persuasively.
7. Remains flexible and successful within changing environment and demands.
8. Is able to work flexible hours and independently without constant and direct supervision.
Skills/Knowledge/Abilities Required:
1. An undergraduate degree in related field required (social service, marketing, public relations, organizational management, education, etc). 
2. Understanding of the prevention field.
3. Evidence of community involvement or success in working with community groups.
4. Advanced computer skills (Work, Excel, Power Point). 
5. Excellent written and oral communication skills. 
6. Ability to work with and relate to youth.
7. Knowledge of Rogers County communities. 
Other:
1. Valid driver’s license required.
2. Out-of-area travel required.
3. Flexible work schedule requiring some evenings and weekends. 
Position Requirements: Essential Functions:
1. Directs and implements all DFC project activities and strategies, including, but not limited to, coordination of DFC projects, DFC training, DFC coalition communications, DFC data collection, and development of DFC reports, findings, products, and documents. 
 Gains in-depth knowledge of the approved project program plan and any approved program evaluation components;
 Uses the approved DFCSP online reporting system and Strategic Prevention Framework tool;
 Under the direction of the DFC grant-funded evaluator, works with the coalition in evaluation of all DFC-related activities and outcomes;
 Provides monthly updates to the Healthy Community Partnership and Evaluator on all project activities, strategies, and training;
 Develops and implements the use of project data collection forms/instruments;
 Oversees the collection of any data specific to DFC projects;
 Participates in Healthy Community Partnership meetings.
2. Establishes and maintains effective working relationships with coalition members, community leaders, county schools, and the required sectors.
 Maintains open, effective communication with coalition members and other project stakeholders;
 Maintains open, effective communication with DFC Project Officer in Washington, DC.
3. Works with coalition in identifying ATOD-related needs of the community and works with coalition in designing activities to address those needs. 
4. Uses skills in marketing, promotion, publicity, and coalition building to further strengthen the coalition and build community support for the DFC project.
5. Prepares and submits DFC project reports in a timely fashion, both to the coalition and the external evaluator. 
6. Develops and nurtures relationships with co-existing community-based organizations and is proactive in process dispute resolution. 
7. Supports the Drug Free Communities Support Program grant mission, goals, and principles. 
8. Participates in project-required training, e.g. underage drinking prevention, coalition building, cultural competence, and environmental strategies. 
Position Reports to:
Executive Director
Hours and Salary:
26-month full-time position @ $37,000 annual rate of pay; no benefits
To Apply for this Job: *
Interested applicants should email a cover letter indicating the position(s) for which they wish to be considered along with a current resume. The email should be sent to mendy.s@volunteersforyouth.com
Application Deadline: Friday, July 10, 2015
 Posted:  6/19/2015

STOP Act Project Director-Claremore

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Rogers County Volunteers for Youth, Inc.
Name of Job: *
STOP Act Project Director
What city will this job be located in? *
Claremore
Position Description: * The Project Director is a grant-funded position of the STOP Act grant program through the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. The STOP Project Director provides leadership, coordination, and management for the day-to-day operations of the STOP Act grant for Rogers County. This position supervises any additional staff, coordinates project activities, communicates with Healthy Community Partnership members and community participants, and promotes STOP & DFC activities and strategies throughout Rogers County. This position works with considerable independence with questions of policy and policy interpretation referred to the Executive Director and/or external evaluator. 
Position Qualifications: Personal Characteristics Required:
1. Maintains professional image.
2. Demonstrates a commitment to serve the community with courtesy, friendliness, and consideration of cultural differences.
3. Thinks independently and creatively.
4. Cooperates with various audiences.
5. Exercises good judgment and decision-making capabilities.
6. Can speak to various community groups persuasively.
7. Remains flexible and successful within changing environment and demands.
8. Is able to work flexible hours and independently without constant and direct supervision.
Skills/Knowledge/Abilities Required:
1. An undergraduate degree or experience equivalent in related field required (social service, marketing, public relations, organizational management, education, etc). 
2. Understanding of the prevention field.
3. Evidence of community involvement or success in working with community groups.
4. Advanced computer skills (Work, Excel, Power Point). 
5. Excellent written and oral communication skills. 
6. Ability to work with and relate to youth.
7. Knowledge of Rogers County communities. 
Other:
1. Valid driver’s license required.
2. Out-of-area travel required.
3. Flexible work schedule requiring some evenings and weekends. 
Position Requirements: Essential Functions:
1. Directs and implements all STOP project activities and strategies, including, but not limited to, coordination of STOP projects, STOP training, coalition communications, data collection, and development of reports, findings, products, and documents. 
 Gains in-depth knowledge of the approved project program plan and any approved program evaluation components;
 Uses the approved online reporting system and Strategic Prevention Framework tool;
 Under the direction of the evaluator, works with the coalition in evaluation of all STOP-related activities and outcomes;
 Provides monthly updates to the Healthy Community Partnership and Evaluator on all project activities, strategies, and training;
 Develops and implements the use of project data collection forms/instruments;
 Oversees the collection of any data specific to STOP projects;
 Participates in Healthy Community Partnership meetings.
2. Establishes and maintains effective working relationships with coalition members, community leaders, county schools, and the required sectors.
 Maintains open, effective communication with coalition members and other project stakeholders;
 Maintains open, effective communication with STOP Project Officer in Washington, DC.
3. Works with coalition in identifying underage alcohol-related needs of the community and works with coalition in designing activities to address those needs. 
4. Uses skills in marketing, promotion, publicity, and coalition building to further strengthen the coalition and build community support for the STOP project.
5. Prepares and submits STOP project reports in a timely fashion, both to the coalition and the external evaluator. 
6. Develops and nurtures relationships with co-existing community-based organizations and is proactive in process dispute resolution. 
7. Supports the Drug Free Communities Support Program grant mission, goals, and principles. 
8. Participates in project-required training, e.g. underage drinking prevention, coalition building, cultural competence, and environmental strategies. 
Position Reports to:
Executive Director
Hours and Salary:
14-month 3/4-time position @ $23,500 annual rate of pay; no benefits
To Apply for this Job: *
Interested applicants should email a cover letter indicating the position(s) for which they wish to be considered along with a current resume. The email should be sent to mendy.s@volunteersforyouth.com
Application Deadline: Friday, July 10, 2015
 Posted:  6/19/2015

Recruitment & Retention Specialist-Claremore

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Rogers County Volunteers for Youth, Inc.
Name of Job: *
Recruitment & Retention Specialist
What city will this job be located in? *
Claremore
Position Description: *
The Recruitment & Retention Specialist will identify and recruit qualified adults from the community to act as volunteer mentors within the PAL Program. In addition to the ongoing recruitment efforts, it will be the Recruitment & Retention Specialist's responsibility to ensure a high retention rate for these volunteers.
Position Qualifications:
1. Recognized & respected community member
2. College Degree Preferred
3. Previous Successful Experience Working with Volunteers
4. Organizational Skills
5. Good Communication Skills, including Public Speaking
Position Requirements: 1. Identify and recruit qualified adults from the community to act as volunteer mentors within the PAL Program
2. Develop methods for recognizing, supporting and retaining volunteer mentors;
3. Participate as a member of any evaluation team involved in deciding volunteer placement; 
4. Receive and file all reports & data pertaining to volunteers utilizing MentorCore
5. Meet, as appropriate, with volunteers for the purposes of counseling, training, evaluation and encouragement;
6. Visit volunteers, on a regular basis, at all physical sites at which the programs are conducted. Communicate regularly by phone, mail and email with all volunteers;
7. Develop & maintain relationships with local businesses allowing employees paid time off for mentoring
8. Plan and execute an annual kick-off event;
9. Plan and execute an annual recognition event;
10. Plan and execute an annual summer mentor-mentee event
11. Participate in Monthly Mentor Feedback Meetings;
12. Seek every opportunity to recognize volunteers in a positive manner;
13. Seek, develop, and implement additional training opportunities for volunteers;
14. Be responsible for maintenance and further development of Mentoring Resource Center in RCVY office;
15. Regularly research topics in mentoring and prepare Training Tidbits for Monthly Mentor Feedback Meetings & Facebook page;
16. Stay abreast of new methods, research, Best Practices in mentoring. 
Position Reports to:
PAL Project Director
Hours and Salary:
.50 FTE @ $12,000 per year
To Apply for this Job: *
Interested applicants should email a cover letter indicating the position(s) for which they wish to be considered along with a current resume. The email should be sent to mendy.s@volunteersforyouth.com
Application Deadline: Friday, July 10, 2015
 Posted:  6/19/2015

Executive Director-Claremore

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Rogers County Volunteers for Youth, Inc.
Name of Job: *
Executive Director
What city will this job be located in? *
Claremore
Position Description: *
The Executive Director will report to the Board of Directors and work collaboratively with them in leading the transformation of Volunteers for Youth from its current stage to a more mature organization capable of delivering on its long term vision. Specifically, the Executive Director will ensure that Volunteers for Youth’s fiscal operations, fundraising, marketing, human resource, technology, and programmatic strategies are effectively implemented across all segments of the organization.
Position Qualifications: Qualifications
• Minimum of a BA, ideally within the fields of Program Administration, Public Relations, Marketing, Fund Development, Non-Profit Management or related field
• Non-profit leadership and/or professional experience preferred
• Significant board development, fundraising, and marketing/branding experience 
• Fiscal management experience with budgets & forecasting in excess of $250K
• A savvy and astute leader with the ability to set clear priorities, delegate, and guide investment in people and programs; keen analytic, organization and problem solving skills, which support and enable sound decision making
• Excellent partnership building skills with an ability to communicate and work effectively with a variety of internal and external stakeholders; a persuasive negotiator able to achieve consensus amongst differing opinions
• Outstanding presentation and communication skills and the experience and proclivity to be an outgoing spokesperson, relationship builder, and fundraiser
• Strong commitment to the professional development of staff; successful track record of recruiting and retaining a diverse team 
Position Requirements: Strategic vision and leadership
• Collaborate with the Board of Directors to refine and implement the strategic plan while ensuring that the budget, staff and priorities are aligned with Volunteers for Youth’s core mission
• Provide inspirational leadership and direction to all Project Directors & Staff, and ensure the continued development and management of a professional and efficient organization
• Cultivate a strong and transparent working relationship with the Board of Directors and ensure open communication about the measurement of financial, programmatic, and impact performance against stated milestones and goals
• In partnership with the Board President, help build a diverse and inclusive Board representative of the community that is highly engaged and willing to leverage and secure resources
Development
• Ensure that the flow of funds permits Volunteers for Youth to make continuous progress towards the achievement of its mission and that those funds are allocated properly to reflect present needs and future potential
• Formulate and execute comprehensive marketing, branding and development strategies that will ensure consistency throughout the organization and enhance revenue from donors, foundations, government agencies, grant makers, and corporations
• Produce and distribute an annual report for the organization
• Attend training opportunities for professional growth
• Seek opportunities to “mentor” other organizations 
Strengthening infrastructure and operations
• Ensure the delivery of high quality programming while managing for current and future growth
• Support and motivate the organization's staff
• Facilitate cross-project collaboration and strengthen internal communications with staff throughout the organization; create and promote a positive, multicultural work environment that supports consistency throughout the organization's strategy, operational methods, and data collection needs
• Oversee the financial status of the organization including developing long and short range financial plans, creating & monitoring the budget and ensuring sound financial controls are in place; set financial priorities accurately to ensure the organization is operating in a manner that supports the needs of the programs and staff 
Position Reports to:
Board of Directors
Hours and Salary:
Full-time/salaried at an annual rate of pay commiserate with experience; no benefits
To Apply for this Job: *
Interested applicants should email a cover letter indicating the position(s) for which they wish to be considered along with a current resume. The email should be sent to mendy.s@volunteersforyouth.com 

Application Deadline: Friday, July 10, 2015
 Posted:  6/19/2015

Director of the Carl Albert State College Development Foundation-Poteau

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Carl Albert State College
Name of Job: *
Director of the Carl Albert State College Development Foundation
What city will this job be located in? *
Poteau
Position Description: * The Director of Development for the Foundation leads all (Foundation) College fundraising programs and activities. He/she provides leadership, strategy, supervision, planning, and direction in all areas of development—including fundraising, campaigns and activities, business partnerships, and all other programs for private and public financial support of the College. The Director is responsible for all reporting for the Foundation.
SOME ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS INCLUDE:
• Develop and set strategic priorities, goals, standards, procedures and policies for College Development activities.
• Work directly with the CASC Foundation Board (a volunteer body) to strategically recruit and train Board members, develop financial and fundraising goals and increase support for the College.
• Under the direction of the college President, work to implement fundraising and external relations efforts, including the engagement of potential donors and community members.
• Work collaboratively with the President, senior administrators, Board of Regents, staff, and members of the College community to promote constituent engagement and build scholarship and business partnerships, ensuring coordinated efforts and message consistency in order to enhance CASC’s strong, positive community image. 
Position Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration or related field from an accredited institution; Experience in fundraising resource development preferred; CFRE Designation preferred (Certified Fund Raising Executive); MS Office; Excellent written/oral communication and Organizational skills
Position Requirements: SOME ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS INCLUDE:
•Develop and set strategic priorities, goals, standards, procedures and policies for College Development activities.
•Work directly with the CASC Foundation Board (a volunteer body) to strategically recruit and train Board members, develop financial and fundraising goals and increase support for the College.
•Under the direction of the college President, work to implement fundraising and external relations efforts, including the engagement of potential donors and community members.
•Work collaboratively with the President, senior administrators, Board of Regents, staff, and members of the College community to promote constituent engagement and build scholarship and business partnerships, ensuring coordinated efforts and message consistency in order to enhance CASC’s strong, positive community image.
•Work in collaboration with College marketing and communications departments in the production and publication of fundraising collateral materials (i.e. brochures, publications, electronic/social media, etc.).
•Serve as primary steward of the financial resources of the Foundation and manage other assets responsibly.
•Assure that all development activities are within budget limitations, fiscally well-managed and cost effective. Perform post-event analysis for return on investment. 
Position Reports to:
College President
To Apply for this Job: *
To be considered for this position, please submit a CASC application (available at:http://carlalbert.edu/discover-us/human-resources/), letter of application, resumeˊ, copy of transcripts, and three letters of recommendation. Application packet may be submitted by mail at: Human Resources Department, Carl Albert State College, 1507 S. McKenna, Poteau, OK, 74953 or email, employment@carlalbert.edu or fax to (918)-647-1359.
Application Deadline: Thursday, June 25, 2015
 Posted:  6/17/2015

Executive Director-Sapulpa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Show, Inc.
Name of Job: *
Executive Director
What city will this job be located in? *
Sapulpa
Position Description: *
The Executive Director shall be a strong and dynamic leader with a commitment to creating a shared vision and an ability to the agency’s mission into daily practice.

The Executive Director is responsible for and empowered to carry out the overall operations of Show, Inc. including but not limited to budgeting and financial management; overseeing personnel; fundraising; marketing and public relations; short and long-range planning; and ensuring compliance with all governmental regulations, contracts and organizational policies.
Position Qualifications: Requirements/Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s Degree; a degree in business administration, non-profit management or human services is preferable.
• Five years management/supervisory experience, preferably within a mission-driven nonprofit organization. 
• Excellent written/oral and interpersonal communication skills. 
• Experience managing an annual budget and an ability to interpret and work with financial statements and operating budgets.
• Experience in resource development planning and implementation.
• Computer skills including Microsoft Office, databases, websites and social media 
Position Requirements: Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
• Strategic Planning and Mission Advancement –
o Develop long-range goals and objectives based on trends in the field of developmental disabilities and the needs of individuals in the service area. 
o In conjunction with the Board of Directors, facilitate and direct employees and volunteers toward the achievement of the mission and organizational goals.
o Demonstrate a commitment to people served by the agency.
• Resource Development – 
o Maximize organization’s potential through effective fundraising, including overseeing government grants/contracts, creating and maintaining relationships with foundations, individual and corporate donors.
• Financial Oversight and Compliance – 
o Create and maintain annual operating budget under Board approval.
o Ensure agency is in compliance with all federal and state contracts and Department of Labor licensures. 
• Program and Service Delivery – 
o Oversees design, delivery and quality of all programs and services.
• Community and Public Relations –
o Assures the organization and its mission, programs and services are consistently presented in strong, positive image to relevant stakeholders. 
Position Reports to:
Board of Directors
To Apply for this Job: *
Contact Name: Hugo Naifeh

Job Inquiry Phone: (918) 224-7214

Job Inquiry Email: hnaifeh@ahb-ok.com
Application Deadline: Wednesday, July 1, 2015
 Posted:  6/17/2015

Director of Advancement-Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Bishop Kelley High School
Name of Job: *
Director of Advancement
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa, OK
Position Description: * The Director of Advancement of Bishop Kelley High School, under the general supervision of the President, assumes responsibility for planning, organizing, leading and managing all fundraising activities of the school.

Job Responsibilities: 

1. Responsible for leading the school’s advancement program.

2. Oversees all fund-raising activities including major gifts, annual giving, capital campaigns, special projects, endowment and other school-related solicitation.

3. Supervises donor cultivation.

4. Manages all aspects of the Advancement Office.

5. Responsible for donor recognition.

6. Coordinates development research activities.

7. Maintains contact with and develops proposals for foundations and corporations.

8. Research and identify new markets and prospects to improve advancement efforts.

9. Attends appropriate Board committee meetings.

10. Oversees Alumni Relations, Special Events, Communications and Admissions.

11. Ensures that the integrity of the Bishop Kelley branding is maintained. 
Position Qualifications:
We're looking for an individual who is passionate for Catholic education, with experience in fundraising, and who is willing to work hard for the good of our current and future students and families.
Position Requirements:
We're looking for an individual who is passionate for Catholic education, with experience in fundraising, and who is willing to work hard for the good of our current and future students and families.
Position Reports to:
President
Hours and Salary:
Full time/Salary negotiable
To Apply for this Job: *
Interested applicants should email a resume and cover letter to Rev. Brian O’Brien, President at frobrien@BishopKelley.org.

In your cover letter please respond to the following questions:

1. What is your passion level for Catholic Secondary Education?

2. In previous positions, how much money did you raise and how did you do it?

3. What is the most unique gift you’ve ever brought in?

4. What are 2-3 relationships you have developed that led to gifts for your previous institution?

Application Deadline: Friday, July 17, 2015
 Posted:  6/17/2015

Kitchen Coordinator-Boys & Girls Club of Norman

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Center for Children and Families
Name of Job: *
Kitchen Coordinator - Boys & Girls Club of Norman
What city will this job be located in? *
Norman, Oklahoma
Position Description: * The Center for Children and Families, Inc. (CCFI), based in Norman, Oklahoma, seeks an experienced and enthusiastic professional to fill the role of Kitchen Manager for the new Boys and Girls Club of Norman which will be launched by CCFI in August 2015. The position will be ideally filled by July 15, 2015. This is a 30 hour per week position with benefits. Hours will generally be 11 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. with some flexibility.

The Kitchen Manager will be responsible for leading a team of volunteers to cook meals for youth ages 6-18 at Norman’s first Boys and Girls Club located at CCFI. The Kitchen Manager will be responsible for planning menus to be served Monday through Friday, and will work in partnership with the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma for ordering and procuring food as part of the Regional Food Bank’s Kids Café program. The Kitchen Manager will also have a responsibility to build strong and consistent relationships with Club members, their families, staff and volunteers. The Kitchen Manager will join a dynamic and motivated team that includes part-time and full-time staff, university students and volunteers, and Boys and Girls Club of America professionals. The Kitchen Manager will report to the Boys and Girls Club of Norman’s Unit Director. 

CCFI offers a team-oriented, family-friendly and flexible work environment, and an hourly rate that will be commensurate with experience. The Center for Children and Families, Inc. is one of Cleveland County’s oldest and most successful independent non-profit agencies, offering a wide range of therapeutic and social services to vulnerable babies, children, youth and families. CCFI is a growing agency that recently opened a 24,000 square foot facility located in the heart of Norman. 
Position Qualifications: • Previous food service experience and possession of a food handler’s permit (candidates who do not have this will receive it upon hire and training)
• Knowledge about, and experience working with, children living in generational poverty, children with challenging home or community environments, and/or children who have experienced trauma. 
• Ability to initiate and maintain positive relationships with children, youth and parents.
• Ability to communicate effectively with others orally and in writing. 
• Ability to work as a team with staff and volunteers.
• Ability to be flexible and adapt to organizational change.
• Must pass criminal history and other background checks 
Position Requirements:
• High school diploma or GED and at least one year of related experience. 
• Additional education, youth development and leadership experience strongly preferred.
• Experience training and supervising staff or volunteers desired.
Position Reports to:
Boys& Girls Club of Norman Unit Director
Hours and Salary:
30 Hours per week, part time with benefits
To Apply for this Job: *
CCFI is an equal opportunity employer. Please send current resume and three professional references to Vernon Hooks, Boys and Girls Club of Norman Unit Director, vhooks@ccfinorman.org or Center for Children and Families, Inc. (CCFI) ATTN: Vernon Hooks, 210 S. Cockrel, OK 73071. www.ccfinorman.org
Application Deadline: Wednesday, July 15, 2015
 Posted:  6/16/2015

Program Coordinator-Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
United Campus Ministry at the University of Tulsa
Name of Job: *
Program Coordinator
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa, OK
Position Description: * The Program Coordinator is responsible for managing and maintaining UCM’s programming in line with the mission of the organization. The Programming Coordinator is the primary contact with and support for the students. This position reports directly to the Executive Director and is accountable to the Executive Director and Board of Directors, which includes monthly programming reports to the Executive Director, and weekly check-in meetings and communication with ED about programming needs of the ministry.

Position Duties:

Pastoral Care

This ministry shall develop a sound pastoral relationship with persons associated with the university and others who choose to be involved. This ministry shall be present at important points of crisis in the life of the university and community, promoting understanding, and seeking reconciliation of persons to themselves, to others, and to God. Pastoral care is primarily the responsibility of the Program Coordinator, but will be done with coordination and support of the Executive Director as needed.

•Provide pastoral counseling, support, referrals and resources to TU students, staff, faculty, alums and affiliated community members.
• Provide programming for supporting congregations, as requested.
• Respond to campus and community emergencies.
• Invest in the lives of participating students. For example, attend recitals, graduations, performances, etc. of students, as requested.
Provide recommendations letters for students, as possible.

Programming

This ministry shall offer opportunities for worship, retreats, celebrations of the holiday seasons, alternative breaks and other occasions deemed appropriate for interested community members. It shall also encourage participation in regular worship services and ministries of local congregations when information is solicited. This ministry will strive to be faithful to the Biblical mandate to encourage compassion and discern the call for justice within the university and in the deep needs of society and the earth.

Programming responsibilities include:

Managing the UCM Facebook page as relates to programming

Communicating with students via email, announcements, and other forms of communication about upcoming events and opportunities both within the TU community and with related Tulsa community events

Working with the ED to involve supporting congregation members in the life of UCM, such as: serving Veggie Lunch, having guest speakers for student groups, combining events, etc.

Coordinating Veggie Lunch every Wednesday of classes, whether prepared and served by PC, by students, or by an outside group, or funded through SA Allocations and catered

Facilitate existing UCM student groups so that gifts of individuals may be affirmed, celebrated and encouraged to be used in the ministry and their vocation.

Identify and encourage leadership development among the students by helping connect students with local opportunities for employment, internships, and volunteer opportunities, and offering support in order to foster their independence and personal growth.

Regularly attend meetings of all the groups that comprise the UCM at TU, and assist students in their work to maintain current student group standing, allocations, programming, events, etc.

Be an incubator for new groups on campus that wish to form, whose mission falls within the scope of the UCM mission statement and as approved by the Board of Directors

Provide programming that is unique to the UCM, including service projects, Bible studies and/or chapel services, speakers, films, advocacy, links to our supporting congregations.

Keep food handler’s license current

Host end of semester parties and other events to acknowledge the contributions and achievements of students involved at the UCM

Help student leaders connect with each other, share resources, and work together by holding weekly UCM leadership team meetings

Work with Executive Director to educate and create connections between campus and the wider Tulsa community, particularly in the Kendall Whittier neighborhood.

Support of and participation in TU programming in line with mission

Publicize community events with the assistance of the executive director, from related community organizations and supporting congregations

Keep TU accounts updated - OrgSpace, SA relationship, etc. - as needed for continuation of the UCM student group

Represent UCM at student-interfacing TU functions including Preview TU, Activity Fair, Homecoming, etc. 
Position Qualifications:
We are looking for a candidate who is strongly committed to the values of social justice and inclusive spirituality that UCM represents. Candidates must be qualified to provide pastoral care through: ordination as a minister, receipt or candidacy for M.Div., or similar counseling degree with a demonstrated commitment to healthy spirituality.
Position Reports to:
Executive Director
Hours and Salary:
The position is 15 hours/week for the nine months of the University of Tulsa’s academic year.
To Apply for this Job: *
Email resume and cover letter to UCM Executive Director Jennie Wachowski at jennie-wachowski@utulsa.edu
Application Deadline: Wednesday, July 15, 2015
 Posted:  6/16/2015

Junior Troop Support Specialist-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Girl Scouts - Western Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
Junior Troop Support Specialist
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * POSITION SUMMARY 
The Junior Troop Support Specialist is responsible for supporting and retaining adult volunteers and girl members in the Junior program-grade level, 4th and 5th grade, by providing mentoring, and and assisting volunteers in their work with girls by acting as the curriculum expert for the Junior program badge work and Journeys program ensuring activites are girl-led, promoting hands-on, cooperative learning. The Junior Troop Support Specialist works collaboratively with members of the Girl Program and Membership Support team as well as cross-functionally with other departments to ensure achievement of the goals of Girl Scouts Western Oklahoma. In collaboration with the department, she/he leads re-registration efforts for girls and volunteers in troops. The Junior Troop Specialist encourages troops to participate in product sales, family giving/fundraising activities and other council events. She/he has goals directly tied to the retention of girls and adults participating in Girl Scout programs.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES 
As the curriculum expert, provide badge work and Journey program assistance to Junior troops.
Provides support, mentoring, supervision and evaluation of adult volunteers to ensure programs are delivered in alignment with the Girl Scout Leadership Experience 15 outcomes and 3 processes. Develops new troop leaders ensuring they have the tools to lead troop and parent meetings. Ensures experienced troop leaders continue to deliver programs in alignment with GSLE Program.
Establishes the appropriate volunteer support team to meet goals by working collaboratively with other team members to recruit, appoint and supervise service unit volunteers who mentor troops.
Provides ongoing support, supervison, and direction to administrative volunteers supporting Junior troops by interpreting Girl Scouts of the USA and council policies, standards, and procedures and by directing volunteers to additional support services.
Supports the council’s volunteer management system including the recruitment, screening, selection, placement, development, training, recognition, and re-assignment of service unit volunteers.
Develops goals and objectives for Events participation and membership and designs training and tracking tools, ensures appropriate forms are filed with the council office, including Event Approval Form(s) and Insurance Purchasing Form.
Attends at least three Service Unit meetings per year using this time to train and answer questions concerning Junior troops. Assists in coordinating Town Hall meetings, regional trainings and Service Unit events/activities as needed.
Promotes use of the Volunteer Systems website and toolkit, and and trains volunteers to utilize the system to assist with planning and leading troop activities.
Works with cross-functional teams to develop and implement innovative strategies to ensure the effective support of troop leaders ensuring a consistent, high-quality leadership experience.
Acts as Program Administrator, collaborating with Fund Development Department, as assigned, promoting council-wide implementation of curriculum initiatives including STEM, Be A Friend First, Ban Bossy, etc. to meet grant, or funding initiative requirements.
Identifies needs, monitors and provides support for problem-solving and conflict resolution within Junior program troops in a timely manner.
Assists in developing a proactive strategy to increase retention of adult volunteers and girls who reflect the diversity of the area served. 
Optimizes use of technology to support volunteers.
Answers, problem-solves, manages and responds appropriately to all inquiries, including but not limited to, email, phone and walk-in customers within 48 hours. 
Assists marketing and communications department to ensure continuous communication between troop volunteers, families and staff.
Implements campaigns and distributes materials, information, etc. to ensure that girls are aware of council activities such as camps, product sales, special events and program opportunities including the Bronze award and recognitions.
Manages all pathway components including Girl Awards to ensure that the Girl Scout Leadership Experience is accessible to all girls; leverages the flexible nature of assigned pathways to increase the membership base.
Keeps current on product program information and supports training and messaging offered to troop volunteers as requested by the Product Sales Team. Provides product program team with essential troop information to support product sales programs. 
Ensures outcome assessments are completed in accordance with council goals for all Junior activities.
Ensures Girl Scouting is open to all girls and adults by delivering the Girl Scouts message of pluralism and diversity to members of the council.

REQUIRED COMPETENCIES/SKILLS:
Achievement Focus: Demonstrates persistence and overcomes obstacles, measures self against standard of excellence, recognizes and acts on opportunities, sets and achieves challenging goals, takes calculated risks to accomplish goals.
Communications: Exhibits good listening and comprehension skills, expresses ideas and thoughts in written and verbal form, keeps troops and council staff adequately informed on troop activities, events, and challenges, selects and uses appropriate communication methods.
Customer Service: Displays courtesy, sensitivity and empathy when managing difficult or emotional customer situations and/or conflicts, meets commitments, responds in 48 hours to customer needs, solicits customer feedback to improve service.
Problem Solving: Identifies problems in a timely manner, gathers and analyzes information skillfully, develops innovative solutions, maintaining confidientally to the greatest extent possible. Resolves problems in early stages, works well in group problem solving situations.
EPIC: Empathy with colleagues and customers, Possibility Thinking, Innovation, Courageous Leadership of self and others.

SUPERVISORY DUTIES
Manages volunteer committees assigned to help retain girls and adults throughout their program level.
EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent required.

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS
Valid Oklahoma state driver’s license.

ADDITIONAL JOB REQUIREMENTS
Clearance of background check and drug screen.
Become a registered member of GSUSA.
Access to reliable transportation.
Must carry and show proof of 100/300/100 liability coverage on personal vehicle.

REQUIRED SKILLS & ABILITIES
Clear understanding of Girl Scout programming and curriculum including an understanding of our 15 leadership outcomes and three (3) processes. Ability to translate an understanding of Girl Scouts to educate volunteers and staff ensuring consistency.
Strong oral and written communication skills. Bilingual skills an asset – (i.e. Spanish, Hmong, Farsi, etc.).
Strong human relation skills; ability to motivate people in small and large group settings.
Demonstrated experience interacting with customers/members and potential customers/members and the general public, providing prompt and courteous service to all customers in person, via phone, written note, and email in 48 hours.
Strong presentation skills.
Demonstrated commitment to service excellence and customer satisfaction.
Ability to work flexible schedule, including many evenings and weekends as required by position responsibilities.

COMPUTER EQUIPMENT AND SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS
Computer literate with word processing and Excel skills (i.e. Microsoft Office systems); knowledge of various project management and financial software tools; specific knowledge of Salesforce and/or Personify a plus.

SELECTIVE ABILITIES & PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The incumbent must be able to perform the following qualifications in order to be offered and/or maintain employment in this position.
Physical ability to frequently stop, kneel, bend, crouch, and reach overhead.
Use of light force to lift, carry, push, pull or move objects up to 20 pounds.
Must be available to work frequent weekends and evenings/nights.
This position requires the ability to remain stationary and to use computer monitor, keyboard and mouse for extended periods of time.
Must be able to speak and communicate clearly, such as in public speaking engagements.
Other demands, as determined by council.

WORK ENVIRONMENT
The employee will work in an office environment and in close quarters with other staff and clients. The noise level in the work environment varies from moderate to loud. Occasional exposure to adverse environmental conditions such as high heat and extreme cold.

This document does not create an employment contract, implied or otherwise, other than an "at will" relationship.

As an employee, you are a representative of Girl Scouts Western Oklahoma. People form their impressions of the council, in large part, based on their interaction with you. Every personal contact is with a current or potential Girl Scout, volunteer, or donor to the council, thus the impression we make through community and professional contacts, and involvement in collaborations with agencies, groups or organizations is important. Fund Development and Membership Recruitment is a role assumed by all staff positions.

The qualifications, physical demands, and work environment described herein are representative of those an employee will encounter and must meet to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The requirements listed in this document are the minimum levels of knowledge, skills and abilities. 
To Apply for this Job: *
Posted:  6/16/2015

Inside Recruiting Specialist-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Girl Scouts - Western Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
Inside Recruiting Specialist
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * POSITION SUMMARY

The Inside Sales Recruiter is responsible for developing and executing effective recruiting strategies via telephone and or internet to increase membership in assigned, established geographic areas. This includes recruiting girl members as well as recruiting volunteers to deliver and support programming. The Inside Sales Recruiter will be cross-trained to also fulfill the role of Outside Sales Recruiter as necessary, and will learn and execute advanced sales strategies and tactics for both inside and outside selling scenarios. This position is primarily location based.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
• Inside Sales – Skillfully uses a consultative ‘Closing Conversation’ that leverages rapport to re-open an “Engagement Conversation,” further qualifies ‘fit’, repositions values to volunteer\member needs, uncovers and resolves objections and closes.
• Outside Sales – Assists with Outside sales as needed utilizing the processes and techniques currently being used by the Outside sales force.
• Strategic Planning and Execution – Assists with developing and implements a comprehensive plan for girl and adult membership growth in targeted areas by researching market data, membership trends, and other pertinent information relevant to designated geographic areas. Executes membership recruiting and marketing strategies outlined in strategic and tactical plans.
• Reporting – Prepares action plans and schedules to identify and respond to specific targets and to project the number of follow-ups needed to be made to result in meeting membership goal. Prepares a variety of status reports using Excel and Salesforce to measure quantity of sales activity.
• Messaging – Clearly communicates and emphasizes value to potential members through all forms of communication. In partnership with Marketing and Communications, ensures consistent branding, messaging, and product sales messaging is used in all customer interactions.
• Alignment – Collaborates cross-functionally to ensure goals are met and to determine or develop innovative techniques to ensure the effective delivery of recruitment strategies.
• Follow-through– Provides exceptional follow-up and customer service to both internal and external customers. Responsible for meeting weekly, monthly and yearly sales quotas.
• Other – Other duties as assigned to meet the organizational goals.
EOE/Committed to Diversity

REQUIRED COMPETENCIES
Achievement Focus: Demonstrates persistence and overcomes obstacles, measures self against standard of excellence, recognizes and acts on opportunities, sets and achieves challenging goals, takes calculated risks to accomplish goals.
Communications: Exhibits good listening and comprehension, expresses ideas and thoughts in written form, expresses ideas and thoughts verbally, keeps others adequately informed, selects and uses appropriate communication methods.
Customer Service: Displays courtesy and sensitivity, manages difficult or emotional customer situations, meets commitments, responds promptly to customer needs, solicits customer feedback to improve service.
Problem Solving: Develops alternative solutions, gathers and analyzes information skillfully, identifies problems in a timely manner, resolves problems in early stages, works well in group problem solving situations.
EPIC: Empathy with colleagues and customers, Possibility Thinking, Innovation, Courageous Leadership of self and others.

SUPERVISORY DUTIES
Manages volunteer committees assigned to help recruit girls and adults throughout their jurisdiction.
EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent required.
3 – 5 years in membership recruiting or sales, with a proven track record of consistency in exceeding quota.

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS
Valid Oklahoma state driver’s license.

ADDITIONAL JOB REQUIREMENTS
Clearance of background check and drug screen.
Become a registered member of GSUSA.
Access to reliable transportation.
Must carry and show proof of 100/300/100 liability coverage on personal vehicle.

REQUIRED SKILLS & ABILITIES
Sales and Persuasion – Ability to connect and build trust, ask insightful questions to understand needs, and position values using tailored, compelling, language that engages and inspires.Strong oral and written communication skills. Bilingual Spanish a plus.
Human Relations / Interpersonal – Able to connect with potential volunteers and members; sensitivity in working with people of diverse backgrounds. Sensitivity to the need of every individual to be treated with respect and fairness.
Public Speaking – Ability to confidently, persuasively speak in public and on the telephone with confidence and professionalism that results in conversion of a lead to membership.
• Communication Skills – Strong written and verbal skills that represent professional, concise, and compelling language.
• Organizational – Consistently seeks to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of all operations by demonstrating positive and creative approaches to our delivery of service. Demonstrates sound time-management skills by effectively and efficiently organizing, prioritizing, and completing multiple assignments in a timely manner.
• Attention to Detail / Excellence – Ensures that materials prepared and produced for internal and external publications reflect the highest standards of excellence.
• Reasoning / Problem-solving – Demonstrated reasoning ability. Understands and internalizes the importance of seeking resolution to problems and concerns by bringing them to the direct attention of her/his supervisor in a timely manner. Maintains strict confidentiality when handling sensitive information. Demonstrates sound judgment and responsible decision-making by ensuring that the mission and goals drive all decisions.
• Teamwork – Proven capability to work in a collaborative, customer-focused environment. Actively supports and promotes the organization’s Affirmative Action plans and the commitment to diversity and pluralism throughout the organization. Actively supports and promotes all efforts to increase cooperation, communication, and collaboration between and among staff members, volunteers, and members. Demonstrates and promotes a climate of courtesy and professionalism to coworkers, volunteers, members, and others with whom her/his job puts her/him in contact.
• Commitment and Pride – Ability to demonstrate and articulate a genuine passion for the mission and vision, embrace and model the culture, and model behavior consistent with the mission and purpose of the organization.

COMPUTER EQUIPMENT AND SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS
Computer literate in Word, Outlook, Excel; past experience or potential to learn Salesforce.com platform and maximize functionality for tracking and measurement.
SELECTIVE ABILITIES & PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The incumbent must be able to perform the following qualifications in order to be offered and/or maintain employment in this position.
Physical ability to frequently stop, kneel, bend, crouch, and reach overhead.
Use of light force to lift, carry, push, pull or move objects up to 20 pounds, frequent weekends and evenings/nights.
This position requires the ability remain stationary and to use computer monitor, keyboard and mouse for extended periods of time.
Ability to work in a call center environment.
Willingness and ability to work flexible schedule, including many evenings and weekends as required by position responsibilities.
Must be able to speak and communicate clearly, such as in public speaking engagements.
Other demands, as determined by council.
WORK ENVIRONMENT
The employee will work in an office environment and in close quarters with other staff and clients. The noise level in the work environment varies from moderate to loud; hectic situations can occur characteristic to working with infants, toddlers and parents in need. Exposure to odors such and scents are common. Occasional exposure to adverse environmental conditions.


Mission Statement:
Girl Scouting builds girls of courage confidence
and character who make the world a better place. 
To Apply for this Job: *
 Posted:  6/16/2015

Recruiting Specialist-Community Programs-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Girl Scouts - Western Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
Recruiting Specialist - Community Programs
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * POSITION SUMMARY 
The Recruiting Specialist (Community Programs) is responsible for developing and executing effective recruiting strategies to increase girl membership in communities with few options for after-school activities and to serve girls with identified barriers. She/he is responsible for securing girl and adult volunteer participation through community partnerships with formal collaborations with schools, housing sites, community partner agencies, detention centers, etc. in order to provide Girl Scouting to all. The Recruiting Specialist (Community Programs extends Girl Scouting to the community through presentations, recruiting events, marketing, and networking. She/he also works closely with the Community Programs Specialist and provides program support, as needed. She/he participates in donor identification, cultivation and stewardship (primarily through grants) and as requested. 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES 
Assists in achieving the council’s corporate goals for girl and adult membership through implementing membership recruitment strategies to targeted populations of girls.
Designs and/or implements a comprehensive plan for girl and adult membership growth in targeted areas by researching market data, membership trends, and other pertinent information relevant to designated target audiences.
Implements membership recruiting marketing strategies outlined in the council’s strategic plan, annual business plan and/or other council goals including cultivation and organization of communities to result in increased girl and volunteer leads.
Prepares action plans and schedules to identify specific targets and to project the number of contacts to be made in order to meet membership goal. Prepares a variety of status reports, including activity, follow-up, and adherence to goals.
Utilizes Girl Scouts Western Oklahoma’s customer relationship management system to support pursuance of leads during the recruitment process (initial contact to orientation). 
Ensures a smooth processing flow in the identification, screening, assessment, referral, development and placement of volunteers.
Seeks opportunities and keeps in contact with community organizations, agencies, foundation, leaders, educators, businesses and faith-based institutions to increase awareness of and participation in Girl Scouting. Makes connections for fund development as opportunities arise.
Collaborates with Community Programs Specialist to develop formal agreements with community partners and program sites.
Supports Community Programs Specialist to provide program to girls.
Responsible for follow up contact with girls/parents/principals/agency contacts regarding placement of girls in troops; collaborates with volunteers to form troops, recruit and orient volunteers. Follows up on new leads and referrals in a timely fashion.
Clearly articulates expectations of participation for both girls and adults including costs, time, outcomes and participation (if any) in product sales and fundraising campaigns.
Provides exemplary customer service when answering phones, returning calls and responding to emails.
Ensures Girl Scouting is open to all girls and adults by delivering the Girl Scouts message of pluralism and diversity to members of the council.
Works interdepartmentally to ensure Council goals are met.
Networks to build contacts, collaborations and funding to serve the targeted community/population. Provides leads to fund development, assists with introductions, and participates in grant management as needed.
Assists marketing and communications department to raise public awareness in the community on issues related to girls.
Promotes and assists with Council-wide programs, events, camps as needed.
Assists with the training of council delegates serving Community Troops. 
REQUIRED COMPETENCIES/SKILLS:
Achievement Focus: Demonstrates persistence and overcomes obstacles, measures self against standard of excellence, recognizes and acts on opportunities, sets and achieves challenging goals, takes calculated risks to accomplish goals.
Communications: Exhibits good listening and comprehension, expresses ideas and thoughts in written form, expresses ideas and thoughts verbally, keeps others adequately informed, selects and uses appropriate communication methods.
Customer Service: Displays courtesy and sensitivity, manages difficult or emotional customer situations, meets commitments, responds promptly to customer needs, solicits customer feedback to improve service
Problem Solving: Develops alternative solutions, gathers and analyzes information skillfully, identifies problems in a timely manner, resolves problems in early stages, works well in group problem solving situations.
EPIC: Empathy with colleagues and customers, Possibility Thinking, Innovation, Courageous Leadership of self and others.

SUPERVISORY DUTIES
Helps manage volunteer committees assigned to help recruit girls and adults throughout their geographic jurisdiction.
Provides consistent communication and support to Service Units regarding girl and adult recruitment.
EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent required.
1 – 3 years of direct sales experience.

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS
Valid Oklahoma state driver’s license.

ADDITIONAL JOB REQUIREMENTS
Clearance of background check and drug screen.
Become a registered member of GSUSA.
Access to reliable transportation.
Must carry and show proof of 100/300/100 liability coverage on personal vehicle.

REQUIRED SKILLS & ABILITIES
Strong oral and written communication skills. Bilingual skills an asset – (i.e. Spanish, Hmong, Farsi, etc.).
Strong human relation skills; ability to motivate people in small and large group settings.
Demonstrated experience Interacting with customers/members and potential customers/members and the public, providing prompt and courteous customer service to all customers in person, via phone, written note, and email.
Strong presentation skills.
Ability to work flexible schedule, including many evenings and weekends as required by position responsibilities.

COMPUTER EQUIPMENT AND SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS
Computer literate with word processing and excel skills (i.e. Microsoft Office systems); knowledge of various project management and financial software tools; specific knowledge of Salesforce and/or Personify a plus. 
To Apply for this Job: *
 Posted:  6/16/2015

Manager of GSLE-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
Girl Scouts - Western Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
Manager of GSLE
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * POSITION TITLE: Manager of GSLE (Girl Scout Leadership Experience)
OPERATING UNIT: Operations
REPORTS TO: Chief Operating Officer
CLASSIFICATION: Full Time/Exempt

POSITION SUMMARY 
The Manager of GSLE is responsible for providing leadership and ongoing oversight in the implementation of the GSLE. She/he works collaboratively with other members of the council’s Leadership Team to ensure high quality programs and activities are offered/delivered. The Manager works with the department to ensure a high level of customer service to the council’s membership and helps develop specific retention strategies to keep girls and adult volunteers engaged. The Manager oversees department operations to help achieve council retention goals.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES 
Assists in Volunteer Systems implementation throughout retention team.
Ensures consistent, quality delivery of the Girl Scout program, as well as interpretation of and adherence to council policies and procedures. (Programs include services to troops, service units, camp, travel, events, series, awards, outreach, STEM, specialized curriculum, etc.).
Works in partnership with the Manager of Troop Support to help develop and execute a plan to ensure council retention goals are met.
Hires, trains, coaches, supervises and evaluates staff. Monitors workloads and functionally directed work plans of the program team to ensure attainment of individual and team goals.
Prepares detailed analysis reports including participation rates for key programs.
Helps develop, evaluate, assess and monitor the departmental budget, including material resources and staffing. Ensures effective use of resources.
Collaborates with marketing department to ensure all materials, publications and presentations provide a consistent image of Girl Scouts to internal audiences and the community at large.
Promotes and supports the council’s fund development efforts. Ensures grant/funding compliance.
Helps develop strategies and oversees program operations to achieve participation goals for key programs (camp, outreach/community troops, events, STEM, girl and adult awards, etc.).
Provides leadership and support to further council strategic goals and objectives.
Collaborates with Facility Services to develop long-term property plan and ensure properties meet programming, girl and volunteer needs. 
Creates a member-focused culture and models relationship-building skills in all interactions.
Fosters a climate of innovation, manages escalated complaints from members/parents and resolves problems to ensure member satisfaction.
Represents and promotes Girl Scouts in the local community and develops positive working relationships with key community leaders, families, organizations, schools, faith communities and business.
Other duties as assigned.

REQUIRED COMPETENCIES:
Achievement Focus: Demonstrates persistence and overcomes obstacles, measures self against standard of excellence, recognizes and acts on opportunities, sets and achieves challenging goals, takes calculated risks to accomplish goals
Communications: Exhibits good listening and comprehension, expresses ideas and thoughts in written form, expresses ideas and thoughts verbally, keeps others adequately informed, selects and uses appropriate communication methods
Managing Customer Focus: Develops new approaches to meeting customer needs, establishes customer service standards, monitors customer satisfaction, promotes customer focus, provides training in customer service delivery
Managing People: Develops subordinates' skills and encourages growth, Includes subordinates in planning, makes self available to subordinates, provides direction and gains compliance, provides regular performance feedback, takes responsibility for subordinates' activities
EPIC: Empathy with colleagues and customers, Possibility Thinking, Innovation, Courageous Leadership of self and others

SUPERVISORY DUTIES
Directs staff in providing and implementing membership retention activities. Works with other departments to ensure cross-collaborative planning, processes and procedures.
Provides regular performance reviews with direct reports.
Provides leadership, direction and coaching as needed.

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE
Bachelor’s degree in a relevant course of study, or equivalent experience; graduate degree a plus, but not required.
Minimum of 6 years of directly relevant work experience, preferably in a non-profit organization, demonstrating progressively increasing responsibility and accountability, as well as overall functional success

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS
Valid Oklahoma state driver’s license.

ADDITIONAL JOB REQUIREMENTS
Clearance of background check and drug screen.
Become a registered member of GSUSA
Access to reliable transportation
Must carry and show proof of 100/300/100 liability coverage on personal vehicle

REQUIRED SKILLS & ABILITIES 
Strategic Planning, budget development and management skills
Ability to analyze statistical data
Skill in the management and motivation of volunteers
Proven skills in the supervision and motivation of staff
Demonstrated leadership, collaborative, management, and interpersonal skills
Self-starter with the ability to manage time, work independently, and handle multiple priorities and to work as part of a team
Ability to successfully handle conflict resolution
The ability to demonstrate and articulate a genuine passion for the Girl Scout mission and vision
Proven capability to maintain a high degree of confidentiality
Willingness to work flexible hours

COMPUTER EQUIPMENT AND SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS
Computer literate with word processing and excel skills (i.e. Microsoft Office systems); knowledge of various project management and financial software tools; specific knowledge of Salesforce and/or Personify a plus.

SELECTIVE ABILITIES & PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The incumbent must be able to perform the following qualifications in order to be offered and/or maintain employment in this position.
Physical ability to frequently stop, kneel, bend, crouch, and reach overhead.
Use of light force to lift, carry, push, pull or move objects up to 20 pounds, frequent weekends and evenings/nights.
This position requires the ability remain stationary and to use computer monitor, keyboard and mouse for extended periods of time.
Must be able to speak and communicate clearly, such as in public speaking engagements.
Other demands, as determined by council.
WORK ENVIRONMENT
The employee will work in an office environment and in close quarters with other staff and clients. The noise level in the work environment varies from moderate to loud; hectic situations can occur characteristic to working with infants, toddlers and parents in need. Exposure to odors such and scents are common. Occasional exposure to adverse environmental conditions.

This document does not create an employment contract, implied or otherwise, other than an "at will" relationship.

As an employee, you are a representative of Girl Scouts Western Oklahoma and people form their impressions of the council in part, based on their interaction with you. Every personal contact is with a current or potential donor to the council, thus the impression we make through community and professional contacts, and involvement in collaborations with agencies, groups or organizations is important. Fund Development and Membership Recruitment is a role assumed by all staff positions.

The qualifications, physical demands, and work environment described herein are representative of those an employee will encounter and must meet to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The requirements listed in this document are the minimum levels of knowledge, skills and abilities.

Mission Statement:
Girl Scouting builds girls of courage confidence
and character who make the world a better place. 
To Apply for this Job: *
 Posted:  6/16/2015

Executive Director of Development-Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: 
All Souls Unitarian Church
Name of Job: *
Executive Director of Development
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa, OK
Position Description: * The Executive Director of Development is in charge of all fundraising for the church, including but not limited to annual stewardship drive, legacy giving, and capital campaign.

The Director’s main roles are to build relationships with donors, and to work strategically as a member of the Executive Team to develop strategies and systems that will support church growth. 

Reporting directly to the Senior Minister, the Executive Director of Development will generate ideas and manage development of volunteer and staff teams to support strategies. 

The Director creatively drives fundraising in particular and all funding streams, and supports all revenue activities. 

The Director works closely with the Director of Communications to communicate the Vision and Mission of the church and develop strong donor relationships. 

The Executive Director of Development drives development operations internally for events, donor written communications, and works closely with the Database Coordinator to ensure excellent data management and operations. 

The successful candidate will be highly collaborative, goal-oriented, and a relationship builder, who is excited by both higher-level strategy and on-the-ground operational work.

This position serves as a member of the Executive Team and collaborates closely with the other members to create, lead, and develop overarching fundraising strategy, operational plans, and revenue activities to meet or exceed fundraising goals. Each year the Director will manage major donors and work with the Board of Trustees and the Capital Campaign Team. Also, work with the Justice Council to secure outside funding sourcing for All Souls justice projects. 
Position Requirements: The candidate will be successful in this role if:

• Has successfully lead a team for at least one year
• Are an exceptional and persuasive communicator in writing and verbally
• Demonstrate clear and concise written and oral communication skills
• Are achievement-oriented and have a demonstrated track record of achieving aggressive fundraising goals
• Have experience planning events of all sizes
• Demonstrate excellent time-management, organization, and planning skills
• Are ambitious, self-motivated, and committed to your own growth and development
• Hold a bachelor’s degree
• Share a deep belief in the All Souls’ vision and mission
• Root your work in the All Souls’ core values

Bonus Points if the candidate:
• Has experience with Shelby or other database systems
• Has experience leading a capital campaign 
Position Reports to:
Senior Minister
Hours and Salary:
This is a full time position with a competitive salary and benefits package
To Apply for this Job: *
If you’re interested in joining the All Souls’ team, please submit the following application materials to accountant@allsoulschurch.org

• A cover letter describing your interest in this position and how your past experience has prepared you for this role, along with your salary history for your past three roles.
• Resume
Application Deadline: Wednesday, July 1, 2015
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