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Facilities, Fleet, and Asset Coordinator-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Neighborhood Services Organization
Name of Job: *
Facilities, Fleet, and Asset Coordinator
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * SUMMARY: The Facilities, Fleet, and Asset Coordinator (“FFA Coordinator”) is responsible for planning, directing, and maintaining NSO’s buildings, grounds, vehicles, and other assets and inventory. 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

• Develops, schedules, and implements a Facilities Management Plan to ensure ongoing preventative maintenance for all NSO facilities (both interior and exterior).
• Implements and monitors a preventative maintenance program for all vehicles, tools, and other equipment to ensure cost effective maintenance and adherence to a scheduled maintenance program per manufacturer’s recommendations.
• Responsible for the maintenance and repair of all NSO facilities and vehicles and accurate recordkeeping of the same.
• Solicits proposals from, schedules, and oversees contract personnel performing specialized repair or improvements (HVAC, electrical, etc.) to NSO buildings or vehicles to ensure work complies with contract documents.
• Maintains inventory control of tools, materials, supplies, equipment, and housing assets.
• Performs general carpentry, basic plumbing, preventive maintenance, and repairs on NSO facilities to ensure facilities are safe, meet appropriate code requirements, are clean and in good repair.
• Works closely with program managers to negotiate and resolve any facility work orders. 
• Provides grounds maintenance for NSO facilities, including lawn maintenance, landscaping, and snow and ice removal.
• Provides custodial needs for all housing units/apartments in timely manner such that units/apartments are ready for tours, inspections, and successfully pass any inspections. 
• Oversees and may assist teams of volunteers providing grounds maintenance, building upgrades, custodial, or other facilities-related projects.
• Picks up, tracks, and delivers large-item donations made to the agency. 
• Serves as the primary contact for facility-related emergencies, including alarms or maintenance, which may require evening and weekend work. 
Position Qualifications:
Minimum Requirement: High school diploma or General education degree (GED) is required. Five years’ professional work experience in the building/construction related industries and at least two years’ in facilities and fleet management. Plumbing experience and/or licensing a strong plus.
Position Requirements:
Must have valid driver’s license and auto insurance with satisfactory driving record. Clearance of background check and drug screen.
Position Reports to:
Executive Director
Hours and Salary:
8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., M-F; some weekend and evening work hours may be required
To Apply for this Job: *
Send Resume to: hr@nsookc.org
Application Deadline: Friday, May 15, 2015
 Posted:  4/24/2015

Advantage Case Manager-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Volunteers of America Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
Advantage Case Manager
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City, OK
Position Description: * Position Description:

Provide general case management (including intake, assessment, and reassessments) and referral services to all residents needing such assistance.

Identify needs, locate services through local community resources, and coordinate the services to be placed in home to assure service recipients are safe in their homes to prevent premature or unnecessary nursing home placement.

Adhere to program standards and submit all required paperwork, completed and accurate within the required timeframe.

Complete comprehensive, systematic, standardized, and multidimensional assessments and reassessments in service recipient home and/or nursing facility.

Assess service recipient risk factors (home environment, adequate informal support, reoccurring illness, recent surgeries, compliance with services in place, & any type of abuse) and community potential.

Develop and write a service plan and goals individually for each service recipient based on an independent decision about the services needed, using judgment, knowledge, and experience to assist service recipients in maintaining community potential.

Monitor and coordinate delivery of services to the service recipient monthly, by contacting both formal and informal providers to arrange for service delivery to meet the assessed needs and continuing contact to ensure services are provided in accordance with the service plan and to ascertain whether these services continue to meet the service recipient’s needs.

Coordinate any and all types of assistance to meet identified needs.

Maintain appropriate and adequate records to document activities in the performance of his/her responsibility as a component of the service delivery.

Refer and link service recipients to other payer sources for services not provided by the ADvantage program, such as dental, mental health counseling, transportation, medications, preventative health, health screenings, vision services, hearing services, etc.

Respond to the needs of the service recipients by regularly checking messages when out in the field, returning messages within one (1) business day, reading and responding to emails, etc. 
Position Qualifications: Position Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree with two (2) years paid professional experience with aging and/or disabled populations as a Case Manager, a Rehabilitation Specialist, or Health Specialist and/or Social Service Coordinator; must pass a comprehensive background check including acceptable OSBI and acceptable driving record; must have reliable transportation and minimum state-required insurance.

Successful completion & passing of a state mandated ADvantage Case Manager certification program.

Must be able to accommodate schedules to the needs of the members.

Obtain and maintain current CPR/First Aid certification.

For additional information about this position please visit www.voaok.org. 
Position Reports to:
Leader of Aging Services
To Apply for this Job: *
Submit detailed resume to schambers@voaok.org
 Posted:  4/24/2015

Program Manager-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Smart Start Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
Program Manager
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * Manage overall coordination for the development and implementation of policy and procedures to develop an integrated early childhood data system and a kindergarten readiness measure that will be captured in the data system. This position is supported by a 3-year grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation and is located at the Smart Start Oklahoma office in Mid-Town Oklahoma City.

Essential Job Functions:

Facilitates discussions between publicly funded programs and agencies about current data policies and procedures, identifies and meets with existing data sharing task groups.

Oversees the gathering and analysis of information on current policies and procedures for collecting, storing and protecting program data, presents this information to relevant stakeholder groups.

Oversees the preparation of an inventory of program data currently collected, produces a report on the findings.

Researches best practices for developing data sharing agreements and presents to relevant stakeholder groups.

Oversees research on kindergarten entry assessment tools and prepares a report on findings to inform recommendations.

Gathers input from parents and teachers about kindergarten entry assessment and analyzes findings.

Develops recommendations for kindergarten entry assessment, obtains feedback on recommendations and facilitates implementation of recommendations.

Responsible for all grant related documentation and reporting requirements.

Oversees grant budget and makes recommendations to the Executive Director for budget modifications.

Works collaboratively with the Oklahoma Partnership for School Readiness Board in the development of recommendations.

Performs other duties as required to support the goals and function of the grant project. 
Position Qualifications:
Requires a bachelor’s degree and relevant work experience that provides knowledge of and exposure to fundamental theories, principles, and concepts.

Requires the application of expertise in a chosen field to achieve results. 5+ years of experience with leading planning, including program development and innovation, program prioritization, and assessment.

Appropriate profession accomplishments and credentials.
Position Requirements:
Ability to manage projects within a timeline.

Technical proficiency.

Trust, credibility and dedication.

High attention to detail.

Team player.

Ownership of individual performance goals.

Ambitious.

Ability to connect with stakeholders including teachers, education professionals and donors.
Hours and Salary:
$42,105 - $44,582 annually
To Apply for this Job: *
This position is posted through the University of Central Oklahoma. Apply at the following location: http://jobs.uco.edu:80/postings/8117
DO NOT CONTACT THE SMART START OKLAHOMA OFFICE REGARDING THIS POSITION.
 Posted: 4/24/2015 

Director, Specialized Training-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
YWCA Oklahoma City
Name of Job: *
Director, Specialized Training
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * The YWCA Oklahoma City is currently seeking a full-time Director of Specialized Training. We are seeking dynamic leadership and a professional who is organized, thinks independently and critically, uses appropriate judgement, and ensures quality work. This position will provide domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking training to professional agencies, community groups, civic and business organizations and other audiences as assigned. This position aims to enhance knowledge, advance safety for victims/survivors and encourage accountability for perpetrators while cultivating relationships with those trained to create funding opportunities for the agency. 
Position Qualifications:
A Bachelor’s Degree in a Social Service, Human Relations, or Human Resources field required, one year relevant domestic violence experience strongly preferred. Bilingual preferred. Benefits include health insurance, paid vacation and retirement.
Position Requirements:
Candidates are required to have advanced knowledge of domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking, preferably with professional experience in the field. Additionally, this position requires the ability to create quality presentations using current research and presentation tools to meet the various, specialized training needs. This position will supervise the Community Resource Liaison. The position is salaried and will require occasional flexibility to meet the needs of our training audiences and the agency.
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: Saturday, May 23, 2015
 Posted:  4/24/2015

Maintenance Coordinator-Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Volunteers of America Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
Maintenance Coordinator
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa, OK
Position Description: *
The Maintenance Coordinator will be responsible for the prompt and efficient preventive and corrective maintenance of various Volunteers of America of Oklahoma Tulsa, OK area properties.
Position Requirements: The ideal candidate will demonstrate excellent communication and customer service skills, attention to detail, the ability to interact with a wide range of people, and possess a minimum of 5 years of experience in general maintenance. Maintenance experience must include heating, air conditioning, electrical, plumbing, painting and light carpentry. Preference will be given to those candidates with extensive property “make ready” experience. 

Our company offers a competitive salary, medical insurance, dental insurance, life insurance, paid holidays, vacation, sick leave, and a retirement savings plan. 

To view additional job and company information visit www.voaok.org. 
Position Reports to:
Chief Operating Officer
To Apply for this Job: *
Interested applicants may submit a cover letter and resume to: schambers@voaok.org.
 Posted:  4/23/2015

Senior Director of Strategies and Community Impact-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
United Way of Central Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
Senior Director of Strategies and Community Impact
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: *
United Way of Central Oklahoma is seeking a fulltime Senior Director of Strategies and Community Impact positon. This position oversees all aspects of the United Way Community Investment Process. 
Position Qualifications:
This position is responsible for managing a relationship with our partner agencies, and serves as primary point of contact between the agencies and United Way of Central Oklahoma. Oversees the review of the agency applications and budgets. Participates in and provides management for special projects. Serves as the representative for United Way of Central Oklahoma to various committees and organizations, as requested by the Vice President of Strategies and Community Impact and/or President & CEO. Assists with researching and writing grants, as directed
Position Requirements:
Bachelor’s Degree is required. Experience managing and coordinating volunteers, facilitating collaboration with community based organizations, and volunteering or working in community based activities required. Supervisory experience required. Administrative and nonprofit experience preferred. Must have strong organizational skills. Prefer two or more years’ experience with United Way or other social service/planning organization. 
To Apply for this Job: *
To apply, send resume, cover letter, and salary range to Human Resources, United Way, PO Box 837, or ltharp@unitedwayokc.org by May 4th.
Application Deadline: Monday, May 4, 2015
 Posted: 4/23/2015 

Coordinator of Events and Projects-Edmond

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
University of Central Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
Coordinator of Events and Projects
What city will this job be located in? *
Edmond, Oklahoma
Position Description: *
Coordinate the logistics of marketing events; such as conferences, seminars, special promotions, programs, camps, and/or direct mail campaigns. Organize events and programs from the conception to clean-up; to include schedule staff, catering, contracts, venue and layout. Plan and administer events following budget guidelines and requests. Assist in evaluating the program and give information to leadership.
Position Qualifications:
Qualification: Requires a university degree in field plus 3+ years of relevant experience in the chosen field or 7+ years of equivalent work experience that provides knowledge of and exposure to fundamental theories, principles, and concepts. Requires the application of expertise in a chosen field to achieve results. Requires 1+ year higher education experience and/or 1 year UCO experience.
Position Requirements:
Excellent oral and written communication, interpersonal, human relations, public relations, and organizational skills. Computer proficiency preferably in Microsoft Office. Ability to work independently, handles multiple tasks simultaneously, and interacts professionally with all segments of the University community. Ability to maintain confidentiality. Must be detail-oriented. Experience in the operation of microcomputers and software such as Microsoft Word, Excel and Access, Page Maker, and Adobe Photoshop.
Hours and Salary:
$31,634 - $33,495 annually
To Apply for this Job: *
Please view the full posting at the following link:http://jobs.uco.edu/postings/8284
 Posted:  4/22/2015

Executive Director-Edmond

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Oklahoma Pharmacists Association
Name of Job: *
Executive Director
What city will this job be located in? *
Edmond OK
Position Description: * The Oklahoma Pharmacists Association, founded in 1890, represents the pharmacy profession in Oklahoma. The purpose of the Association is to unite and promote the profession of pharmacy through advocacy, communication and education. We facilitate pharmacists in the development of innovative pharmacy practices that demonstrate improved health outcomes for patients and reinforce the role of pharmacists as essential members of the healthcare team. 
A highly renowned, longstanding non-profit professional organization, the Oklahoma Pharmacists Association (OPhA), seeks a self-motivated and energetic individual to lead its membership and associated entity, the Oklahoma Pharmacy Foundation, a 501 (c) (3), as we prepare for the many changes facing the pharmacy profession. 
Position Qualifications: • Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field, with a minimum of 5 years of job experience
• Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills and an understanding of Association management
• Strong administrative, organizational and fiscal managerial skills
• Demonstrated success in innovative organizational management 
• Demonstrated understanding of the legislative process. Lobbying experience preferred
• Strong analyzing and problem-solving abilities
• Exceptional relationship building skills. Broad based connections and experiences with business, industry, government, and academia is preferred.
• Must be able to travel to 2-3 national meetings annually and flexible to work nights and weekends as required
• Display values that are compatible with OPhA’s mission, vision, goals and objectives 
Position Requirements: The Executive Director reports to the Executive Council and is directly responsible for the overall leadership of the OPhA and its entities, including fiscal and legal oversight and management of personnel. The director is also responsible for leading strategic planning and visioning in the areas of membership development, fund raising and public relations.
Experience in Association management and/or pharmacy degree is preferred. Areas of focus should be but are not limited to: Membership Growth, Member Relations, Meeting Planning, Governmental Oversight, Public Relations and Staff Management. The ability to create a spirit of excitement, involvement and commitment to the Oklahoma Pharmacists Association is essential.
The Executive Director will serve as the Secretary of the Oklahoma Pharmacy Education Foundation, a subsidiary of the Oklahoma Pharmacists Association. 
Position Reports to:
Executive Council
Hours and Salary:
Full Time
To Apply for this Job: * APPLICATION PROCESS -all applications must be postmarked no later than May 11, 2015 
For confidential consideration, interested applicants should submit:  
a resume or curriculum vitae  
names and contact information of three professional references (will not be contacted without prior consent) a cover letter addressing qualifications and a personal perspective on how the candidate as the Executive Director can advance the profession of pharmacy 
Submit applications to: 
John Crumly, DPh, MHA Chair, 
OPhA Executive Director Search Committee 
PO Box 5203 Edmond OK 73083 
Email: jcrumly@ppok.com 
Application Deadline: Monday, May 11, 2015
 Posted:  4/22/2015

Senior Vice President - Business Development-Owasso

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Folds of Honor
Name of Job: *
Senior Vice President - Business Development
What city will this job be located in? *
Owasso
Position Description: * Our client, Folds of Honor, located in Owasso, OK is seeking a detail-oriented, self-motivated individual as their Senior Vice President – Business Development. This position is responsible for all aspects of fundraising along with the overall management of existing corporate accounts and the cultivation and development of new partnerships. Duties include but are not limited to developing an annual fundraising budget, the oversight of events for corporate partners, working closely with the partnership team to achieve goals, and providing leadership to all direct reports. 
Position Qualifications:
Qualifications include a Bachelor degree in Business, Public Relations, or closely related field with 5 plus years’ working experience. The ideal candidate will possess strong organizational and project management skills with the ability to communicate effectively and build strong relationships with others. Experience in fundraising, sales, and/or business development along with an entrepreneurial mentality is essential to this position. A Master degree and past nonprofit experience is a plus.
Position Reports to:
President
To Apply for this Job: *
Use Link:

https://positionswithclients-eidebailly.icims.com/jobs/2420/senior-vp---business-development/job?mode=view
Application Deadline: Friday, May 22, 2015
 Posted:  4/22/2015

Director of Contract Services and Data Integrity-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
HeartLine, Inc.
Name of Job: *
Director of Contract Services and Data Integrity
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * Primary duties include program management of the Healthcare Navigation contract with Oklahoma Primary Care Association and the Senior Health Insurance Counseling Program with the Oklahoma Insurance Department. Develops and implements trainings, writes process improvements and follows-up with clients as needed. Conducts community outreach and one-to-one client assistance as needed. Manages personnel responsible for the Emergency Solutions Grant, Supportive Services for Veteran Families Grant, Community Outreach and the Resource Database Department. Takes the primary role to ensure accreditation compliance of the resource database, including maintenance, structure, and program reporting.

Job Responsibilities:

Research program and implement processes to meet agency and contract needs. Work with team to develop and carry out program requirements and monitor progress regularly and implement changes as necessary. Maintain strong relationships with partner agencies, contractors, nonprofits, public and private sector organizations and community leaders. Perform all expected and routine managerial duties for team.

Remain current on all program changes and ensure information is provided to those staff needing it to educate callers. Maintain high level of expertise in all relevant fields and serve as the agency’s subject matter expert in fields. Prepare and distribute weekly and monthly reports and invoices while ensuring funds are used appropriately. Represent HeartLine in all contractor meetings and report relevant information back to HeartLine leadership. Assist with monitoring call center call volume and assist with taking calls as needed to help HeartLine maintain its service level agreements and manage team toward this same goal. Achieve CMS Navigator certification within 30 days of employment. Achieve SHIP and SMP certifications within 45 days of employment. Achieve CIRS and CRS certifications within 1 year of employment. 
Position Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree required or equivalent work experience. Plus a minimum of 4 years supervisory experience combined with extensive program management and/or project management experience. Proven track record of exceeding goals. Superior presentation and training skills required for audiences of varying sizes. Excellent computer and verbal/written communication skills required. Interest, enthusiasm, and affinity for assisting people. Previous experience with health insurance a plus.
Position Requirements:
Attentive, persistent, professional and flexible. Personable and respectful. Creative team-player. Ability to present to groups and orchestrate meetings. Ability to use Microsoft Office, including Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Physically able to lift 20 pounds, climb stairs, and bend/stoop.
Position Reports to:
Chief Operating Officer
Hours and Salary:
Commensurate with experience
To Apply for this Job: *
Please submit resume and cover letter including salary desired to employment@heartlineoklahoma.org.

No Phone Calls Please.
Application Deadline: Friday, May 1, 2015
 Posted:  4/22/2015

Executive Assistant-Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Tulsa Children's Museum
Name of Job: *
Executive Assistant
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa
Position Description: *
JOB SUMMARY: 
The Executive Assistant assists the Executive Director with the coordination of general administrative support including, human resources, purchasing, and special projects. 

Position Qualifications: ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

• Manage and prioritize flow of information/paperwork such as timesheets, payroll, invoices, contracts, and human resources forms.
• Support museum hiring process, on-boarding, and new employee orientation.
• Design and implement office systems to increase the effectiveness and efficiency of the museum’s operations.
• Provide training support for and monitor museum standards for documentation and administrative processes and procedures.
• Proofread and edit documents/materials prior to publication.
• Coordinate meetings, conferences, travel arrangements, and other museum project activities.
• Record and execute meeting minutes, write and prepare correspondence, maintain department filing system.
• Act as a liaison between the Executive Director and outside contacts, including the general public, funders, and other professionals.
• Maintain personnel records and confidential information.
• Process incoming mail and document and track correspondence related to accounts receivable and accounts payable (in coordination with the staff accountant
• Primary source for purchasing across the organization to ensure efficiency and compliance with purchasing policies
• Manages museum administrative technology such as computers, telephone system, internet, copiers, and acts as liaison to vendors related to above. 

This position is 1 non-exempt (paid hourly), 0 exempt (salaried)
This position is 1 regular full-time 0 regular part-time 0 special project 0 on call, scheduled for __ hours/week.

Physical Demands: 55 % Sitting 35 % Standing 10 % Lifting/Carrying/Pushing/Pulling 10-50 Pounds 

SECONDARY FUNCTIONS:

• Work with and support volunteers throughout the museum.
• Assumes other tasks and responsibilities as assigned by the Executive Director 
Position Requirements: KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS/ABILITIES:

REQUIREMENTS:

• Highly motivated with the ability to exercise initiative and good judgment, ability to deal with rapidly changing priorities, possess excellent problem-solving, organization, administrative, and interpersonal skills.
• Ability to effectively manage and track multiple projects simultaneously, work well under pressure with a high degree of accuracy, and meet stringent deadlines.
• Computer literacy with demonstrated competence in word processing and spreadsheet applications.
• Excellent communication skills, both oral and written, and ability to maintain confidentiality.
• Thorough knowledge of business English and math, office/accounting/budgeting principles, procedures and standards.

PREFERENCES: 

EDUCATION & WORK EXPERIENCE:

REQUIREMENTS:
• Minimum 3 years’ experience of executive support

PREFERENCES:
• Bachelor’s Degree preferred or equivalent combination of education and experience.
• Fluency in a language in addition to English to support TCM’s accessibility mission and objectives
• Experience working with volunteers 
• Experience with HR forms and policies is preferred

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS/PREFERENCES; INCLUDING LICENSES AND CERTIFICATIONS:

REQUIREMENTS:
• Valid driver’s license
• Pre-employment and/or pre-duty checks, such as criminal background check, alcohol and drug test, and reference checks

PREFERENCES:

Note: This position description is representative of the major position requirements and is not intended to be all-inclusive. 
Position Reports to:
Executive Director
Hours and Salary:
8:30 am to 5 pm, TBD
To Apply for this Job: *
Please visit Careers at www.tulsachildrensmuseum.org and submit application, resume and cover letter.
Application Deadline: Friday, May 15, 2015
 Posted:  4/22/2015

Summer Camp Staff-Fort Gibson Lake

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Camp Fire Green Country
Name of Job: *
Summer Camp Staff
What city will this job be located in? *
N. of Wagoner, OK
Position Description: * Camp Fire Green Country is seeking qualified men and women 18 years and older to fill 20+ support and program positions for our summer resident camp on Fort Gibson Lake in northeastern Oklahoma.

AVAILABLE POSITIONS
Support Staff
• Food Service (3 positions)
• Medic (for 1 week only in July)
• Inclusion Counselors (2 positions to welcome campers with special needs and disabilities)

Program & Direct Service Staff
• Boating Instructors (2 positions)
• Rappelling Instructors (3 positions)
• Riflery Instructors (3 positions)
• Specialty Staff (6 positions to facilitate specialized programming including CIT, STEAM, waterfront and more) 
Position Requirements:
All staff live and remain at camp during the week, with most weekends off. Some positions have one-three weeks off during the camp season – see New Staff Application Packet for details.
Position Reports to:
Camp Director
Hours and Salary:
TBD by position
To Apply for this Job: *
Download the new camp staff application at our website at www.tulsacampfire.org/camp and submit it by April 30 for priority position assignments. For additional questions, contact Susan Bencke, Camp Director, at 918-592-2267 or sbencke@tulsacampfire.org.
Application Deadline: Friday, May 1, 2015
 Posted:  4/22/2015

Multimedia Specialist-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
i2E, Inc.
Name of Job: *
MULTIMEDIA SPECIALIST
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * Summary: 

The Multimedia Specialist will work within the Marketing Division to develop graphics, coordinate and produce electronic and social media, maintain websites and support i2E marketing activities and events. This position will report directly to the Senior Vice President of Marketing.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
• Provides web support through daily site maintenance and maintaining web-based multimedia content and services in support of the online marketing and communications strategies. 

• Uses advanced multimedia software applications to create and publish graphic designs in accordance with departmental goals and objectives.

• Develops and maintains social media channels.

• Creates and maintains a digital library of photographs, graphic designs, and program collateral.

• Provides photographic services for i2E events and as needed for internal marketing goals and supports marketing activities and events.

• Performs other job-related duties as assigned. 
Position Qualifications:
• Proficient with Adobe CS6, (InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop,
AfterEffects, Premiere, Dreamweaver).
• Knowledge of web graphics and technologies, including CSS and
HTML. 
• Experience working with WordPress or other mainstream CMS.
• Ability to create print and web ready graphics.
• Basic photography skills with experience in photo enhancement and
color correction.
• Bachelor’s degree in related field or relevant work experience, or comparable combination of education and experience.
Position Requirements: Must possess the skills to design and maintain the corporate websites and landing pages; content distribution through social media, edit and design a variety of materials; write in a creative, descriptive, technical or factual manner; establish and maintain cooperative relationships with those contacted in the course of work; coordinate complex projects and meet deadlines. 

Must function within a high level professional business environment and be a self-starter with ability to multitask and work within an environment of interruption. Must be detail-oriented and organized, possess excellent verbal and written communication skills and be proficient in Microsoft programs (Word, Excel and working knowledge of databases). Professional appearance, attitude and demeanor plus appropriate business attire is required. 
To Apply for this Job: *
email Sarah Seagraves, sseagraves@i2E.org.
 Posted:  4/20/2015

Family Intervention Specialist-Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Youth Villages
Name of Job: *
Family Intervention Specialist
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa, OK
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.

DESCRIPTION 
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 
ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS 
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

CLOSING 
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
To Apply for this Job: *
Apply Online at:
www.youthvillages.org/jobs 

OR

Email Resume to:
natalie.schklar@youthvillages.org
 Posted:  4/20/2015

Community Engagement Coordinator-Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Reading Partners
Name of Job: *
Community Engagement Coordinator- Tulsa
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa
Position Description: * Community Engagement Coordinator - Tulsa

Reading Partners is changing the education landscape. We are a leader in working to solve the literacy crisis in our country by leveraging community volunteers in under-resourced schools. Our diverse and expansive volunteer base provides one-on-one tutoring to students twice weekly, and our program is proven to help children master the reading fundamentals they need to unlock their potential as successful, happy, and confident readers in school and in life. Our people are our heartbeat and our greatest resource; we are all passionately rallied around our mission to help children become lifelong learners by empowering communities to provide individualized instruction that works. Join our stellar team leading the charge to deepen our impact and expand our service. Learn more about us at www.readingpartners.org.

The High Level:

The Community Engagement Coordinator serves as the face and voice of Reading Partners and identifies and recruits high-quality, reliable volunteers to become Reading Partners tutors. This role is also responsible for implementing a community engagement plan and identifying key partnership opportunities. Community Engagement Coordinators receive ongoing instruction and coaching from Reading Partners staff and report to and work with the Community Engagement Manager, a staff member with a strong background in community engagement and volunteer recruitment, who provides direct instruction and coaching.

The Reading Partners program operates from 8am-5pm, Monday - Friday. The Community Engagement Coordinator frequently participates in professional development trainings and team volunteer activities. Some weekend hours may be required.

What you’ll do:

Support community relations and partnership efforts in close collaboration with the Community Engagement Manager.

Communicate with interested volunteers, volunteer partnerships, and other community stakeholders. 
Manage a portfolio of community partners that serve as pipelines for Reading Partners’ volunteer recruitment efforts.
Cultivate new community partnerships to strengthen Reading Partners’ regional volunteer base.
Organize and host events with community partnerships.
Serve as the regional brand ambassador for Reading Partners’ volunteer opportunities.
Maintain volunteer and partnership records through Salesforce database. ​

Work with the Community Engagement Manager to recruit and retain a high volume of volunteers.

Support school Site Coordinators with volunteer recruitment through canvassing, building relationships with school and community partners, and networking with local businesses.
Lead Reading Partners’ effort to recruit volunteer tutors for school sites in the region alongside the Community Engagement team.
Oversee and guide volunteers through the intake/orientation process.
Schedule volunteers to attend on-site trainings with AmeriCorps Site Coordinators.
Identify effective recruitment strategies and partnership opportunities for possible volunteer tutors. 
Create and execute tutor retention strategies, including but not limited to recognition events, partnership appreciation, and program support. 
Position Qualifications: How you’ll do it:

Relationship Development & Communication:

Quickly develop positive relationships with internal teammates, volunteers, and community partners. Demonstrate an ability to effectively communicate with a variety of folks, and manage a portfolio of community partners and volunteers. Show an ability to remain positive and goal-oriented in the face of competition for time and resources.
Demonstrate an ability to create and steward excellent partnerships and volunteer experiences that result in exceeding volunteer recruitment goal.

Problem Solving & Decision-Making:

Demonstrate a high level of comfort with ambiguity, and a strong ability to recognize problems, solve them quickly, and appropriately message all shifts. Make decisions that consider all stakeholders, and act accordingly. Demonstrate an aptitude for framing problems as opportunities and always pushing to further streamline processes.

Project Management:

Demonstrate a strong ability to balance multiple competing daily priorities. Demonstrate an ability to prioritize, and take action accordingly. Consider all stakeholders and implications in projects that are cross-functional. 
Position Requirements: How you’ll do it:

Relationship Development & Communication:

Quickly develop positive relationships with internal teammates, volunteers, and community partners. Demonstrate an ability to effectively communicate with a variety of folks, and manage a portfolio of community partners and volunteers. Show an ability to remain positive and goal-oriented in the face of competition for time and resources.
Demonstrate an ability to create and steward excellent partnerships and volunteer experiences that result in exceeding volunteer recruitment goal.

Problem Solving & Decision-Making:

Demonstrate a high level of comfort with ambiguity, and a strong ability to recognize problems, solve them quickly, and appropriately message all shifts. Make decisions that consider all stakeholders, and act accordingly. Demonstrate an aptitude for framing problems as opportunities and always pushing to further streamline processes.

Project Management:

Demonstrate a strong ability to balance multiple competing daily priorities. Demonstrate an ability to prioritize, and take action accordingly. Consider all stakeholders and implications in projects that are cross-functional. 

About You!

You’ll be successful in this role if you have:

Experience in volunteering or volunteer management
A commitment to Reading Partners’ mission and vision
A proven ability to manage tasks and schedule independently
Strong professional written and verbal communication skills 
A proven ability to manage multiple projects at once 
Experience working with diverse communities 
Demonstrated success with constituent relations skills (volunteers, teachers, parents)
Flexibility and adaptability when managing a fluid and ambiguous schedule 
Access to reliable transportation (public transportation or personal transport) to travel within a defined geographic region 
Strong public speaking skills 
Excellent computer and database skills
An ability to root your work in our core values
US Citizenship or Permanent Resident Status
Bonus points if you:

Hold a bachelor’s degree
Have experience and interest in educational or nonprofit organizations and environments 
Position Reports to:
Community Engagement Manager
Hours and Salary:
competitive compensation commensurate with experience. This is a full time, non-exempt, hourly position.
To Apply for this Job: * What’s Next?

If you’re interested in joining our Reading Partners team, please submit the following application materials to our online job posting:

· A cover letter describing your interest in Reading Partners and how your past experience has prepared you for this role, along with your salary history for your past three roles.

· Resume

Reading Partners is an Equal Opportunity Employer, with a strong commitment to diversity in the workplace.

Applications will be considered on a rolling basis. Position will remain posted until filled. No phone inquiries. 
Application Deadline: Wednesday, April 15, 2015
 Posted:  4/20/2015

Advocate Supervisor-Norman

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Cleveland County CASA. Inc
Name of Job: *
Advocate Supervisor
What city will this job be located in? *
Norman
Position Description: *
Cleveland County CASA is seeking an Advocate Supervisor. This position would require approximately 10 hours/week, with the possibility for growth. Duties include: volunteer supervision, assisting in program development and activities, presenting training sessions, and facilitating cases until their resolution.
Position Qualifications:
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
Hours and Salary:
10 hrs/week
To Apply for this Job: *
Please submit a cover letter, resume, and three references by email to clevcocasa@aol.com, 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: Sunday, May 10, 2015
 Posted:  4/20/2015

AmeriCorps Project Coordinator-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Rebuilding Together OKC
Name of Job: *
AmeriCorps Project Coordinator
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * Summary of Position / General Areas of Responsibility
AmeriCorps Project Coordinator will work with our program staff to oversee team projects throughout the year. This will include hands-on repair work and helping coordinate and train volunteers. They will also perform post-work evaluations to insure work is complete and well done, and coordinate any follow-up work needed. The AmeriCorps Project Coordinator will be involved in all aspects of our organization and work as part of our team to increase our capacity, efficiency and quality of services. 
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
• Coordinate volunteers before projects, lead volunteers on projects, and perform direct repairs.
• Evaluate work at end of day/project to insure quality and completion of work.
• Complete unfinished work as needed or schedule/oversee volunteers to do so.
• Review and revise project material lists to allow for bulk purchasing and for EE and lead safe purposes.
• Increase efficiency of warehouse tools and materials to accommodate volunteers.
• Gather data post work to reflect both the quantity of work done and the quality of life issues affected. Show the value and impact of our work in effectively producing safe and healthy homes while maintaining independence.
• Recruit skilled and unskilled volunteer teams to accomplish pending and unfinished tasks.
• Train volunteers using warehouse and community resources.

Capacity Building
The AmeriCorps Project Coordinator will increase the number of volunteer and teams we can oversee, and increase the impact of our volunteers by training and using skilled labor to accomplish difficult projects. Along with building the amount and skill of teams that are brought in and run, the AmeriCorps Project Coordinator will build our capacity to ensure all work done by volunteers or contracted labor is up Rebuilding Together OKC safety and quality standards. 

The CapacityCorps Program has several AmeriCorps Member Performance Targets for each member:

• 20 Homes: Each AmeriCorps member will repair 20 homes directly or build capacity that allows for 20 homes to be repaired, modified, or rebuilt. 
• 24 Low-Income Homeowners: Each AmeriCorps member will assist 24 low-income homeowners to live independently and age-in-place in a home with dramatically improved warmth, safety, and energy efficiency. 
• 2 Low-Income Veteran Homeowners. Each AmeriCorps member will assist 2 low-income veteran homeowners to live independently and age-in-place in a home with dramatically improved warmth, safety, and energy efficiency. 
Position Qualifications:
Preferred
• College graduate or some college
• Construction knowledge/skills/experience 
• Comfortable managing volunteers
• Proficient in Microsoft Office and Excel
• Self-starter
Position Requirements:
Required
• High school graduate
• Interest in serving low income populations
• Valid driver’s license
AmeriCorps Project Coordinator will be setting up and running active construction sites, often required to maneuver construction materials weighing up to 75lbs.

Access to reliable transportation for your commute is required. Oklahoma City does not have great public transportation; we recommend personal transportation and require a legal up-to-date driver’s license for use of RTOKC’s vehicles during the work day.
Position Reports to:
Jonathan Merrick, Program Director
Hours and Salary:
AmeriCorps Stipend
To Apply for this Job: *
To apply please visit the AmeriCorps website.

https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?id=60226&fromSearch=true
Application Deadline: Friday, May 29, 2015
 Posted:  4/20/2015

Building Foundations Family Support Specialist-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Homeless Alliance
Name of Job: *
Building Foundations Family Support Specialist
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * JOB SUMMARY
Building Foundations Family Support Specialist provides service activities, home-based case management, community-based resource referrals and advocacy efforts for participants in Homeless Alliance’s (HA) supportive housing program (SHP), Building Foundations. This position is responsible for monitoring participants’ progress and needs, accessing and linking participants to resources and tracking participants who have exited the program. The Building Foundations Family support specialist assists tenants in achieving goals as related to HUD grant requirements.

RESPONSIBILITIES
• Provides strengths-based case management to approximately 10-15 tenants as assigned. Case management will involve screening, intake, assessment, individual service plan development, monitoring, home visits, linkage to appropriate community resources and follow-up, tracking tenant outcomes, advocacy, and appropriate discharge.
• Maintains precise and accurate documentation of case management services, including client files and entries into the program database.
• Assists participants with completing lease agreements and obtaining other supportive documents such as identification, social security cards and so forth as required by leasing agents/property.
• Maintains up-to-date information regarding tenant occupancy, move-outs, and vacancies. 
• Assists tenants in accessing and maintaining and entitlements and benefits.
• Assists tenants in achieving goals relating to HUD grant compliance; focuses on meeting the specific needs of each individual or family through joint development and implementation of Individualized Service Plans (ISP).
• Uses Motivational Interviewing skills in working with clients on their ISPs, etc.
• Participates in Coordinated Case Management with Homeless Alliance co-located partner agencies.
• Facilitates groups and activities for Homeless Alliance supportive housing program participants.
• Facilitates and coordinates supportive activities with Homeless Alliance partners, including employment assistance programs, job readiness training, financial education, and parenting skills.
• Following Evidence Based Life Skills curriculum, instruct tenants on communication and self-advocacy skills to assist this population to develop and retain the life skills needed to maintain residential stability. 
• Advocates for needed services and assists tenants in meeting the obligations of tenancy.
• Transports clients as needed.
• Establishes and maintains collaborative working relationship with community resources; attends and participates in appropriate coalition and other community resource meetings.
• Performs other related duties as required.

WORK ENVIRONMENT
The employee will work in an office and public, service-delivery environment. Hectic situations can occur in the public areas of the facility characteristic to working with the homeless community, and the related concerns and situations related to homeless conditions. Potential exists for volatile and unpredictable situations to occur. May experience exposure to strong odors such as soiled clothes and poor hygiene. 
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, or abilities.
The above noted job description is not intended to describe, in detail, the multitude of tasks that may be assigned but rather to give the associate a general sense of the responsibilities and expectations of his/her position. As the nature of business demands change, so, too, may the essential functions of this position. 
Position Qualifications:
EDUCATION AND WORK EXPERIENCE
• Undergraduate or master’s degree in social work, behavioral science, or related degree.
• One to two years of previous experience in adult case management preferred.
• Computer literate; experienced with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel), Outlook, Internet. 

LICENSES AND CERTIFICATIONS
• Valid Oklahoma driver’s license & proof of insurance
• ODMHSAS Case Management Certification and SOAR Training preferred
Position Requirements: REQUIREMENTS 
• Strong writing, reading, listening and speaking communications skills.
• Able to set and observe appropriate boundaries with clients.
• Possess well developed, decision making skills, attention to detail with a high level of accuracy. 
• Ability to excel in a diverse, collaborative team environment.
• Possess a high level of interpersonal skills to handle sensitive and confidential Homeless Alliance, client, donor, and employee information and situations.
• Able to multi-task and remain calm in demanding and unpredictable situations.
• Possess ability to understand various Homeless Alliance operations and procedures.
• Able to maintain a professional, customer service-oriented attitude at all times.
• Ability to meet face-to-face with homeless individuals of diverse backgrounds and disabilities, including physical, mental, substance abuse, HIV/AIDS, etc.; able to develop rapport, provide information, and refer with sensitivity to cultural issues.
• Ability to work and communicate with staff, clients and their families, donors, vendors, community agencies, etc. to meet their needs in a polite, courteous and cooperative manner, yet appropriate assertive as situation may demand. 
• Display a high level of initiative, effort and commitment towards completing assignments efficiently.
• Possess excellent time management skills and the ability to work with minimum supervision.
• Ability to transport individuals as needed, and travel to various sites and locations daily.
• Able to meet a flexible work schedule including evenings and weekends and available on-call for emergencies by telephone and/or cell phone.
• Bilingual a plus.
• Occasional use of personal vehicle.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS
While performing duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit and work at a computer for long periods of time in an office environment and must be able to lift/move weight up to 25lbs. Employee is also required to accept incoming calls and must be able to hear and speak. Must have visual acuity to read and draft reports, memos, letters, etc. Specific vision abilities required by this job include vision adequate for the incumbent perform the responsibilities and functions of the job efficiently. Must have the manual dexterity to manually operate and use a computer. The noise level is moderate; non-smoking environment. 
Position Reports to:
Building Foundations Program Manager
Hours and Salary:
This is a full‐time position. Salary range is $28,000--‐32,000 DOE.
To Apply for this Job: *
To apply, please send a cover letter with résumé to Sarah LeBoeuf at sleboeuf@homelessalliance.org
 Posted:  4/20/2015

Director of Community Engagement-Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Tulsa SPCA
Name of Job: *
Director of Community Engagement
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa
Position Description: * The Director of Community Engagement will serve a dual role. 
A. First this position will develop, oversee and support the community engagement and education activities of the Tulsa SPCA. In that role this person will serve as a liaison to school districts, program clients, volunteers and the community in general. Activities will include, coordination of onsite and offsite programming (including tours), event scheduling and any future program development. In addition, this position will promote a positive work environment that supports constructive working relationships between departments/staff.
a. Organizational Results expected include:
i. Providing strategic direction by developing a comprehensive plan to expand volunteer job opportunities, training, numbers, involvement and tracking at the Tulsa SPCA.
ii. Developing and/or documenting a curriculum to use for education and outreach events.
iii. Managing the structure, content, staffing and growth of a humane education program.
iv. Seek out and increase the number of speaking and/or public outreach opportunities.
v. Supervise the Volunteer Manager, including establishing program goals, expectations and guidelines.
B. Second this position will work closely with the leadership team to assist in development and implementation of the Tulsa SPCA’s public relations and marketing plans and strategies.
a. Organizational results expected include:
i. Working closely with Tulsa SPCA Marketing Consultant to maximize impact and deliver a consistent message.
ii. Working closely with Tulsa SPCA Marketing Consultant to develop and implement a Marketing / PR Plan.
iii. Increase the visibility of the Tulsa SPCA in all sectors.
Primary Accountabilities:
A. Volunteer and Community Education:
a. For the following groups: coordinate onsite and offsite programming, ensure activities are scheduled properly and all parties are notified in a timely manner, act as a liaison.
i. Tours
ii. “Regular” volunteers
iii. Corporate Groups
iv. Community and/or college groups
v. Youth groups
vi. Community Service
vii. Keep calendar, data, contact information and volunteer hours current
viii. Handle requests for programming and schedule or decline accordingly
ix. Coordinate all volunteer scheduling
x. Humane Education and volunteers
xi. PAL program
b. Supervise the Volunteer Manger and Community Outreach Volunteer and act as a liaison between all staff with regard to Volunteer and Community Outreach Programs and their involvement with other Tulsa SPCA departments.
i. Conduct meetings as necessary with relevant staff to address issues, needs or concerns.
ii. Evaluate direct reports (paid and unpaid).
iii. Promote positive, collaborative relationships between all constituents (staff, board, volunteers, other agencies and the public).
c. Develop and implement new programs.
i. Coordinate with other departments on completion and placement when necessary.
ii. Ensure program design and implementation addresses program (and organizational) goals, objectives and outcome measurement.
iii. Evaluate and report on program performance. 
d. Stay current on trends in Volunteer Management and Humane Education, including technology, best practices and innovations in the Animal Welfare field.
e. Oversee the preparation of materials for volunteer training, programming and tours.
i. Develop and lead volunteers and management staff in this area – including developing volunteer job descriptions, documents, orientation materials, evaluations, presentations and all other related items.
1. Make sure all legal and insurance requirements are met.
ii. Work with other staff to address concerns they have in this area.
iii. Ensure adequate supply of materials and supplies.
f. Oversee the tour program. Training, scheduling and execution.
i. Development of tours
ii. Training for other staff and volunteers
iii. Execution and scheduling of tours for the public
g. Assist in event needs, such as volunteer scheduling and check in. May be asked to work events.
i. Manage volunteer schedules
ii. Fulfill need during events: check in, leadership/direction, and problem solving
h. Develop and submit budget request for this program area.
i. Track data for this program area.
j. Teach/present programs in the event of a sudden change or cancellation.
k. Other duties as assigned.
B. Public Relations and Marketing:
a. Assist with development, implementation and evaluation of annual communications plan.
b. Manage (in conjunction with contractors and vendors) the development, distribution and maintenance of all print collateral including, but not limited to newsletters, brochures and e-newsletters to raise awareness and generate funding.
c. Manage and enrich the relationship with all media contacts on a regular basis.
d. Work with vendors and contractors to coordinate all agency marketing, branding and messaging.
e. Represent Tulsa SPCA on TV, radio and print when ED is not available.
f. Serve as initial point of contact for media.
g. Manage the development and distribution of all TV, radio, print and digital advertising.
h. Track and measure the level of engagement of all communication.
i. Manage any recurring TV or radio appearances to promote TSPCA and/or our adoptable animals.
j. Assist with collaboration and partnership efforts between TSPCA and other shelters or organizations both for events and general relations.
k. Manage any direct mail campaigns.
l. Assist with event planning and execution.
m. Develop and submit budget request for this program area.
n. Work closely with development team to make sure PR and Marketing activities support their goals.
o. Other duties as assigned. 
Position Qualifications: Essential Functions / Key Competencies / Qualifications:
• Demonstrate initiative, common sense application and problem solving skills.
• Ability to make critical decisions supported by analysis and critical data-based decision making in a timely fashion.
• Ability to develop “SMART” goals.
• Strong attention to detail and good balance between task orientation and employee/people orientation.
• Ability to work under pressure and in emotional situations.
• Good with presentations and public relations.
• Highly collaborative style. Experience developing and implementing communication strategies.
• Excellent writing/editing and verbal skills. Ability to speak publicly and effectively deliver key messages is a must.
• Ability to multi-task.
• Relationship builder with flexibility and finesse.
• High energy with maturity and leadership qualities. Able to be a unifying force.
• Sincere commitment to work collaboratively with all constituent groups, including staff, board, volunteers, donors, etc.
• Self-starter, motivated, able to create and implement new initiatives as well as improve current processes without constant supervision. 
Position Requirements: Position Requirements:
• Physical Environment
o Work primarily in office setting.
o Travel to area events/locations in year-round weather conditions.
o Use of computer, keyboard, telephone, copy machines, and fax machines.
o May be exposed to fumes or airborne materials.
o Noise level is moderate to high.
o May be working with and exposed to a variety of animals and animal waste.
o Possibility of being bitten or scratched by animals.
• Education/Experience
o 4 year college degree strongly preferred. Will consider combination of college and work experience.
o Excellent computer skills; which include a knowledge of Microsoft Office (particularly excel). Prefer knowledge of Adobe (including InDesign, Photoshop, etc.) and Volgistics and PetPoint would be an advantage. Experience working with databases is strongly preferred.
o Knowledge of website and social media design and maintenance.
o Two years working in an office setting, preferably with past scheduling experience.
o Good customer service skills.
o Attention to detail and ability to track data.
o Ability to work well in a team environment. 
Position Reports to:
Executive Director
Hours and Salary:
Position is full-time, exempt and hours vary, however, some evenings and weekends are required. Starting salary range $30,000 - $35,000 per year and also includes health, dental, vision and some veterinary benefits.
To Apply for this Job: *
Cover letters and resumes may be emailed to admin@tulsaspca.org.
Application Deadline: Friday, May 8, 2015
 Posted:  4/20/2015

Grants and Finance Assistant-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Oklahoma Arts Council
Name of Job: *
Grants and Finance Assistant
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: *
The Oklahoma Arts Council, an agency of state government, is seeking a Grants and Finance Assistant. The Grants/Finance Assistant organizes grant application and review processes; assists constituents with the e-grant application system; maintains grants-related records and filing systems; and processes travel and agency payments. Applicants must be able to communicate efficiently verbally and in writing. Salary is commensurate with education and experience with a cap of $35,000. 

Position is open until filled.

Additional information is available at arts.ok.gov in the About Us section.

Position Reports to:
Grants Director
To Apply for this Job: *
Submit a cover letter and resume via email to: amy.weaver@arts.ok.gov.
 Posted:  4/20/2015

Assistant Director-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Sunbeam Family Services
Name of Job: *
Assistant Director
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * POSITION OVERVIEW
The Assistant Director of Early Childhood Services (ECS) provides overall team leadership and provides training, monitoring and technical assistance to programs in the area of Program Management and Design as outlined in the Head Start/Early Head Start Performance Standards. The Asst. Dir. of ECS designs, manages, integrates and implements Head Start management systems and procedures to ensure the delivery of comprehensive support and advocacy services to children and families. The Asst. Director assists the Director of ECS with community interface. This position has primary responsibility of oversight of the functioning and coordination of the ECS support team focused on program development and Head Start/Early Head Start implementation. 

All employees and volunteers are expected to be sensitive to our client’s cultural and socioeconomic characteristics, reflect Sunbeam Family Services core values and to perform at Sunbeam’s standards of excellence at all times.

Supervisors will work to maintain professional integrity, exemplifying the values of the program and promoting the mission of the organization, with the goal of providing staff an employment experience in a coaching environment that supports growth, individual integrity, life-long learning and career satisfaction. 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Administration
- Primary leadership for the development of management systems of Head Start/Early Head Start services which support the achievement of positive program outcomes.
- In collaboration with the Director of Early Childhood Services, participates in the development of the EHS-CPP start-up procedures and strategic short and long range goals. 
- Oversees the collection and timely reporting of EHS reporting data including the PIR, Monthly Management Report, Enrollment Data, Service Area Tracking system data, Self Assessment, Annual Report and Community Assessment and provide feedback. 
- In collaboration with the Director of ECS, compile a narrative and statistical sections of semi-annual reports submitted to the Head Start/Early Head Start Regional Office. 
- Works in collaboration with the Director of ECS to ensure partner participation in the grantee’s Policy Council.
- In collaboration with the Director of ECS, oversees the Head Start/Early Head Start expenditures/budget. 
- Responsible for the maintenance of the EHS Partner subcontract relationships.
- Assist in the development of the Head Start/Early Head Start new program initiatives and special projects. 

Supervision
- Primary leadership for defining and building staff capacity to implement comprehensive, developmentally supportive methods of ECS technical assistance and monitoring
- Hire and manage the work of the Nutrition Consultants.
- Meet regularly with the Director of Early Childhood Services to discuss all relevant administrative, programmatic and supervisory activities. 

Quality Assurance
- Review all regulations, transmittal notices and memoranda pertaining to the Head Start/Early Head Start grantee program(s). Ensure that partners receive and review these materials. Assist partners in developing procedures based on this guidance.
- Ensure the quality of consultation provided to agencies through the development of systems for program development-related technical assistance and mentoring.
- Review grantee HS/EHS regional risk management report and develop strategies to minimize partner risk factors. 

Other 
- The Assistant Director will perform all of the above duties in a manner that reflects the philosophy and goals of Sunbeam Family Services, Inc.
- Perform other duties as assigned.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES:
The Asst. Director of ECS is supervised by the Director of Early Childhood Services. The Asst. Director supervises the ECS Family and Community Partnership Coordinator, ECS Health Coordinator, ECS Education Coordinator, ECS ERSEA Coordinator, ECS Mental Health and Disabilities Coordinator, and the Administrative Assistant(s) 
Position Qualifications:
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

- Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education, Program Administration, Family Studies or related field. Master’s Degree preferred.
- At least 5 years experience administering and supervising early childhood programs.
- At least 5 years experience in administrative including supervision and development/evaluation and staff training.
To Apply for this Job: *
Please apply online at sunbeamfamilyservices.org
Application Deadline: Sunday, May 31, 2015
 Posted:  4/20/2015

Education Coordinator-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Sunbeam Family Services
Name of Job: *
Education Coordinator
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * POSITION OVERVIEW
The Early Childhood Services (ECS) Education Coordinator is responsible for supporting the Early Childhood Services program in the Education and Early Childhood Development Services area through leadership, training, monitoring and technical assistance to programs’ systems and services as outlined in the Head Start/Early Head Start Performance Standards. The ECS Education Coordinator is responsible for ensuring that the Grantee’s programs develop, integrate and implement systems and procedures for the delivery of quality educational programming to all young children they service and to ensure compliance with the Head Start/Early Head Start Performance Standards and that mandates for federal, state and local licensing are met. 

All employees and volunteers are expected to be sensitive to our client’s cultural and socioeconomic characteristics, reflect Sunbeam Family Services core values and to perform at Sunbeam’s standards of excellence at all times.

Supervisors will work to maintain professional integrity, exemplifying the values of the program and promoting the mission of the organization, with the goal of providing staff an employment experience in a coaching environment that supports growth, individual integrity, life-long learning and career satisfaction. 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Provides leadership and support to the program in the area of Education and Early Childhood Development.
- Develops systems for the management and compliance of Education and Early Childhood Development programming by the program in conjunction with Early Childhood Services team. 
- Has primary responsibility for the development of the Education and Early Childhood Development Service Plan, ensuring that they address the requirements of the Head Start/Early Head Start Performance Standards.
- Monitors the quality and development of education programming and services provided by the programs.
- Review Education and Early Childhood Development files and documents, providing constructive feedback. 
- Conducts classroom, home visit, and socialization observations and provides direct constructive feedback to center-based and home-based education staff.
- Oversees education curriculum and related plans in the center-based and home-based programs while providing constructive support to Education Coordinators, Mentor/Coaches, Master Teachers and Site Administrators.
- Provides technical assistance and support to all Education staff.
- In conjunction with Early Childhood Services team, develops training and other support systems and participates in the development of the annual Training and Technical Assistance Plan to address identified needs and services. 
- Generates all necessary program service reports.
- Participates in the evaluation of program services through the annual Self-Assessment and Validation processes.
- Serves as a member of the Early Childhood Services Team. 
- Conduct monthly meetings with Education staff.
- The Education Coordinator will perform all of the above duties in a manner that reflects the philosophy and goals of Sunbeam Family Services, Inc.
- Performs other duties within the scope of the job description as assigned.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES:
The Education Coordinator is supervised by the Assistant Early Childhood Services Director. Provides supervision for Master Teachers and Education assistant(s) 
Position Qualifications:
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:
Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education (preferred), Early Childhood Development or related service field. Master’s Degree preferred. Five years experience in a Head Start or similar Early Childhood program, including:
- Experience in program development and assessment of quality services.
- Experience working with education staff, children birth to five and their families. 
- Experience designing and implementing training for staff.
- Experience working with culturally diverse populations.
To Apply for this Job: *
Please apply online at sunbeamfamilyservices.org
Application Deadline: Sunday, May 31, 2015
 Posted:  4/20/2015

Development Director-Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Child Abuse Network, Inc.
Name of Job: *
Development Director
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa
Position Description: *
Lead member of a two-person development team responsible for formulating and executing fundraising strategies that ensure the organization’s sustainability. Responsibilities include solicitations, proposals, planning, donor recognition, special events and donor database. $1.4M annual operating budget
Position Qualifications:
4 year baccalaureate degree from an accredited college/university
excellent writing, communication and computer skills
Position Requirements:
Required: 3-5 years in non-profit fundraising
Preferred: Raisers Edge database; CFRE
Position Reports to:
Executive Director
Hours and Salary:
excellent salary and benefits
To Apply for this Job: *
send cover letter and resume to bfindeiss@childabusenetwork.org or Child Abuse Network, 2829 South Sheridan Road, Tulsa, OK 74129 ATTN: Barbara E. Findeiss
Application Deadline: Friday, May 15, 2015
 Posted:  4/20/2015

Unit Staff-Norman

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Thunderbird Clubhouse Board Inc.
Name of Job: *
Unit Staff
What city will this job be located in? *
Norman, OK
Position Description: *
Seeking FT social worker. Masters degree preferred or relevant field experience. Must be enthusiastic, creative, and able to work in a busy environment alongside multiple people in the mental health field.
Position Reports to:
Unit Leader/Executive Director
Hours and Salary:
Full Time, Salary dependent on degree level
To Apply for this Job: *
Mail resumes to: 
Thunderbird Clubhouse 
P.O. Box 1666 
Norman, OK 73070

No phone calls please.
Application Deadline: Friday, May 1, 2015
 Posted:  4/20/2015

Writer & Editor-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Museum of the Bible
Name of Job: *
Writer & Editor
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: *
Writers and editors support the various content creation needs throughout Museum of the Bible. This includes editing, fact-checking, revising, and rewriting materials as well as doing research and content creation. A holistic approach is used to guarantee that content and how it is presented adhere to the highest standards of scholarship and excellence in communication, and that it is engaging for the reader or listener.
Position Qualifications:
Museum of the Bible seeks a person who has a strong command of the English language, excellent writing skills, comprehensive editing skills, exceptional copyediting abilities, exceptional proofreading abilities, outstanding research skills, and strong critical thinking abilities. The successful candidate is one who works independently as well as cooperatively with others, has developed effective and tactful interpersonal communication skills, is proficient in using Microsoft Word and Adobe Acrobat review and markup tools, and meets deadlines.
Position Requirements:
Master's degree preferred. Equivalent experience is acceptable. Undergraduate education may also apply favorably.
To Apply for this Job: *
Please send resume, cover letter and writing samples to hr@mBible.org. Please put Writer & Editor position in the subject line.
Application Deadline: Saturday, May 16, 2015
 Posted:  4/16/2015

Properties and Facilities Assistant-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Camp Fire Heart of Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
Properties and Facilities Assistant
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: *
Properties and Facilities Assistant will work with Camp DaKaNi's Facilities Manager during summer months. This is a seasonal position (May- July). Assistant will help with mowing, weed eating, cleaning, light maintenance, and other duties as assigned.
Position Qualifications:
Applicant should have a basic knowledge of routine facility maintenance, power and hand tool usage and use of lawn care equipment.
Position Requirements:
Applicant must be able to carry up to 65 lbs, and have the ability to work in the heat and sun for prolonged periods of time.

Applicant must be able to work and communicate with camp staff, children, and parents and be able to maintain a polite, courteous, and professional manner.

Multi-tasker, self-starter, and attention to detail a must!

Must be able to pass background check.
Position Reports to:
Facility Manager
Hours and Salary:
Part Time, $8-$10/hour
To Apply for this Job: *
To apply, contact Terry at terry@campfirehok.org or 405-254-2064
Application Deadline: Friday, May 22, 2015
 Posted:  4/16/2015

Development Director-Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Reading Partners
Name of Job: *
Development Director
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa
Position Description: * Reading Partners is changing the education landscape. We are a leader in working to solve the literacy crisis in our country by leveraging community volunteers in under-resourced schools. Our diverse and expansive volunteer base provides one-on-one tutoring to students twice weekly, and our program is proven to help children master the reading fundamentals they need to unlock their potential as successful, happy and confident readers in school and in life. Our people are our heartbeat and our greatest resource; we are all passionately rallied around our mission to help children become lifelong learners by empowering communities to provide individualized instruction that works. Join our stellar team leading the charge to deepen our impact and expand our service. Learn more about us at www.readingpartners.org.

The High Level:
The Development Director (DD) is part of a team of fundraisers and relationship builders working together to support Reading Partners’ strategic growth plan. The Development Director’s main roles are to create and implement the overarching regional fundraising strategy, lead cultivation and stewardship of many high level external relationships, and lead, develop, and mobilize a local development team to achieve ambitious fundraising goals. The Development Director directly manages a Development Manager and a VISTA Development Coordinator. Reporting directly to the Executive Director - Tulsa, the Development Director creatively develops, leads and drives ambitious fundraising strategy, board management in close partnership with the Executive Director, and new fundraising generation. As a trusted advisor and strategic thought partner to the Executive Director, the Development Director is a senior leader in the region who catalyzes regional growth as a resource mobilizer, as a fundraising and external relations expert, and as a savvy people leader and relationship builder.

What you’ll do:
Each year, create, lead, and drive overarching fundraising strategy, operational plans, and all revenue activities to meet or exceed fundraising goals for the region.
- Collaborate closely with Executive Director, and lead local 2-3 person team to raise at least $2,300,000 in FY16 through individual giving, corporate and foundation giving, government grants, and the fee-for-service from school partners. Focus specifically on individual, corporate, and foundation giving.
- Raise at least $1,400,000 in private revenue for FY16.
- Raise at least 20% of FY17 revenue in FY16 year.
- During FY16, create fundraising strategic plan for FY17-FY19.

Drive regional external relations and local brand.
- Support the building and managing of a highly invested board, and take a lead role in the development committee.
- Engage corporate partners in sponsoring reading centers.
- Develop, with the ED and board, a major fundraising event to engage multiple constituencies and raise a net of at least $75,000.
- Inspire stakeholders and drive partnerships, in collaboration with the community engagement team and ED that yield revenue and in-kind donations.
- Actively fundraise alongside others on the development team.

Lead local development team to meet ambitious goals by managing their own portfolios, and by executing excellent development operations.
- Track progress to goals and create contingency plans to address any potential gaps to goal.
- Build and maintain a high-functioning infrastructure for pipeline development and tracking, data management, giving trend analysis, grant reporting, and overall donor outreach and engagement.
- Strategically leverage the ED’s time and strategically engage the board to meet its aggressive fundraising targets.
- Collaborate with the community engagement team and ED to realize the full potential of the Volunteer Advisory Council.
- Plan and execute at least one major fundraising event. 

How you’ll do it:
Strategic Planning: Demonstrate an ability to devise innovative regional strategic fundraising plans, create action steps, and mobilize many stakeholders to achieve fundraising goals. Build sustainable plans to maximize market opportunities, meet goals and significantly grow funding. In addition, leverage systems, people, and resources to drive processes and track progress against goals to report on progress to senior leadership and board. Execute work in a highly organized, analytical, and data-informed manner.

External Relations & Communication: Demonstrate advanced experience in external relations, board management and communication, and strategic stewardship and cultivation of donors. Deliver convincing messaging and demonstrate a genuine joy in connecting with donors, and all external stakeholders that reflects Reading Partners’ culture and values. Serve as an ambassador of Reading Partners. Quickly establish credibility when promoting Reading Partners to external audiences. Demonstrate a high degree of comfort and poise with donors, corporations, and prospects.

New Revenue Generation: Demonstrate a strong track record in driving development efforts in rapidly growing organizations particularly in Tulsa. Demonstrate ability to hit fundraising goals, generate new funding sources, and run sophisticated corporate and individual giving campaigns. Demonstrate success in cultivation. Show a strong hunger and drive to not only drive strategy internally, but also to heavily participate in external relationship building and fundraising.

People Leadership: Positively collaborate with, and lead an internal team to meet and exceed aggressive fundraising goals. Consistently coach, grow, and create stretch assignments to grow future fundraising leaders from within. 
Position Qualifications: About you!
You’ll be successful in this role if you:
Have 5+ years of increasing responsibility in a development or related role
Have successfully lead a team for at least 1 year
Are an exceptional and persuasive communicator in writing and verbally
Are achievement-oriented and have a demonstrated track record of achieving aggressive fundraising goals
Boast a deep belief in our mission
Root your work in our core values
Hold US Citizenship or Permanent Resident status

Bonus points if you:
Are an AmeriCorps, Peace Corps, or other national service alum/alumna
Have experience working in launch or growth phases of organizations
Have a high degree of comfort with Salesforce or other fundraising database
Have experience working in education or literacy 
Position Reports to:
Executive Director - Tulsa
Hours and Salary:
Full time, exempt, salaried position with competitive compensation package
To Apply for this Job: * What we offer:
Reading Partners offers the full package – great benefits, a great place to work and the opportunity to have a glowing and growing career.
- We offer a competitive salary commensurate with experience. This is a full-time, salaried position.
- We offer a comprehensive benefits package, including medical, dental, vision, disability, life insurance, flex spending accounts, generous paid time off, commuter benefits, referral bonuses, 403(b) option, and Employee Assistance Program (EAP).
- We offer an exciting and dynamic culture, and we commit to investing in and supporting our amazing people to grow their careers with us. As such, we provide ongoing professional development opportunities, including an annual staff retreat in Oakland, CA.

What’s Next?
If you’re interested in joining our Reading Partners team, please submit the following application materials to our online job posting:
- A cover letter describing your interest in Reading Partners and how your past experience has prepared you for this role, along with your salary history for your past three roles.

- Resume 
 Posted:  4/16/2015

Regional Director of Housing-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Volunteers of America Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
Regional Director of Housing
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: *
The Regional Director of Housing candidates will have well documented and proven ability to manage multi-site senior affordable housing portfolios in Oklahoma and Kansas.

Our company offers a competitive salary, medical insurance, dental insurance, life insurance, paid holidays, vacation, sick leave, and a retirement savings plan.

To view additional job and company information visit www.voaok.org.
Position Requirements:
Candidates must have a Bachelor’s Degree with 5 years of experience in progressively increasing areas of responsibility. COS, LIHTC, HUD 202 and 811. Extensive experience in MOR and REAC inspections.
Position Reports to:
CEO
To Apply for this Job: *
Please submit a detailed resume to schambers@voaok.org.
 Posted:  4/15/2015

Property Manager/Community Administrator-Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Volunteers of America Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
Property Manager/Community Administrator
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa, OK
Position Description: * The Property Manager/Community Administrator is responsible for the daily operations and oversight of the affordable senior housing community, including supervision of staff, building maintenance, all administrative duties for both internal and external agencies, and maintaining consistent, high quality, positive relationships with the residents of the property in support of the mission of Volunteers of America.

Our company offers a competitive salary, medical insurance, dental insurance, life insurance, paid holidays, vacation, sick leave, and a retirement savings plan. 
Position Requirements:
The ideal candidate will possess 5+ consecutive years of experience as a Property Manager/Community Administrator on affordable senior housing properties, HUD properties, have the ability to manage finances, work within a budget, possess excellent communication and customer service skills and have the ability to solve problems associated with property management. COS preferred with knowledge of low income housing tax credit properties.
Position Reports to:
Director of Housing
To Apply for this Job: *
Submit detailed resume to schambers@voaok.org.
 Posted:  4/15/2015

PR/Special Events Internship-Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
The Salvation Army
Name of Job: *
PR/Special Events Internship
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa, OK
Position Description: * Intern will assist our Public Relations & Special Events Manager in a range of projects that help build awareness of The Salvation Army’s services in Tulsa & surrounding communities. This internship is NOT a paid position but can be used for course credit. Student will be able to apply what they have learned in class in a real-world environment with a supportive mentor. Flexible hours & professional growth opportunities are also perks of this internship. Example projects:
• Special Event Management
• Event Material Creation
• Website Edits 
• Research for Upcoming Projects/Events
• Collateral Material Creation
• Press Releases
• Media Pitching
• Social Media Management
• PR/Marketing Plan creation 
Position Qualifications:
Desired: 
1. Junior or Senior or student with previous experience in either an internship or course.
2. Past website creation experience. (blogging, WordPress,)
3. Self- starter who does not need a tremendous amount of oversight and can find additional projects to provide assistance on, even if not assigned.
4. Knowledge of AP Style.
5. Photography skills and photo editing skills a plus.
Position Requirements:
Required: 
1. Must be a current student pursuing degree in Journalism, Marketing, Public Relations, Communications or English.
2. Must be available at least 15 hours/week starting in May or June 2015.
3. Must have reliable transportation as well as a means for direct communication (cell phone).
Position Reports to:
Public Relations & Special Events Manager
Hours and Salary:
unpaid
To Apply for this Job: *
Send resume & examples of past work to dj_morrow@uss.salvationarmy.org
Application Deadline: Friday, May 1, 2015
 Posted:  4/15/2015

Director, Emergency Shelter Operations-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
YWCA Oklahoma City
Name of Job: *
Director, Emergency Shelter Operations
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * The YWCA Oklahoma City is currently seeking a full-time Director of Operations for the Emergency Shelter. The emergency shelter is a 24/7 operation and serves as a short term, trauma informed place of residence for individuals fleeing dangerous domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking. We are seeking dynamic leadership and a professional who is organized, thinks independently and critically, uses appropriate judgement, and ensures quality work. This position will require alternating on call time for a period of one week at various intervals per month. Additionally, the position is responsible for hiring, training and supervision of staff, bi-monthly volunteer training presentations, development of volunteers for hotlines and other shelter roles, and oversight of day to day shelter operations. An understanding of domestic violence, empowerment advocacy, trauma-informed environments and self-determination models will be helpful. Prior successful supervisory experience is strongly considered. Benefits include health insurance, paid vacation and retirement.
Position Qualifications:
A Bachelor’s Degree in a Social Service, Human Relations, or Human Resources field required, one year relevant domestic violence experience strongly preferred. Bilingual preferred.
Position Requirements:
The position is salaried and will require occasional flexibility to meet the needs of our clients and the agency.
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, May 15, 2015
 Posted:  4/13/2015

Promotions and Outreach Manager-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
American Banjo Museum
Name of Job: *
Promotions and Outreach Manager
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * The American Banjo Museum, a nonprofit organization located in downtown Oklahoma City, is seeking an energetic, self-starting individual to increase awareness and support of the museum on a local, national and international level. In addition to requirements and qualifications listed below, the singular most important quality in a potential candidate for this position will be a sincere belief in the museum’s mission of preserving and promoting the music and heritage of America’s Instrument – the Banjo.

Working closely with the Executive Director, the Promotions and Outreach Manager will be responsible for conceiving, planning and executing presentations, promotions and events which will positively raise awareness of the museum among local civic, cultural, corporate and philanthropic organizations and entities. While a musical background is not essential, an ideal candidate will possess a willingness to learn along with well-developed communication and interpersonal skills ultimately capable of cultivating a belief in the museum’s mission among a non-musical constituency. Through in-house signature events and/or off property promotions, this multi-facetted position represents an essential link between the ABM and the people it serves.

Beyond its local impact, the ABM serves a worldwide audience of banjo enthusiasts and players through a strong Internet presence on both its website as well as participation in social media outlets such as Facebook, Twitter, etc. The Promotions and Outreach Manager will be responsible for routine maintenance and upkeep of the ABM website along with ongoing participation in social media outlets. As changes in technology result in new Internet outreach and promotional opportunities, this position will change as well.

The desired result of the efforts of the Promotions and Outreach manager will be increased awareness and financial support of the American Banjo Museum among its local and worldwide constituency as well as increased museum attendance through promotion of the same to both individuals and tour groups. 
Position Qualifications: • Associate’s degree required; bachelor’s degree preferred with emphasis on marketing, public relations, development, etc.
• Bright, articulate and high-energy personality
• Event planning experience
• Creative writing skills
• Strong communication and interpersonal skill (particularly public speaking)
• Excellent computer skills including Microsoft Word, Excel, Publisher and Adobe Photoshop
• Ability to work well with in-house staff and volunteers
• Willingness to work extended hours during event periods
• Ability to travel to events as needed 
Position Requirements: • Expand community outreach through communication and interaction with local civic, fraternal, cultural, educational, corporate and philanthropic organizations and entities
• Attend local, regional and national meetings, conferences and trade shows to raise awareness of and promote the ABM
• Increase awareness of and build partnerships between the ABM and local sources of corporate and/or foundation funding
• Plan and host ABM outreach and fundraising events
• Coordinate annual giving campaign mailing
• Oversee timely acknowledgement of contributions as well as year end communications with donors
• Maintain ongoing promotional communication with local tourism organizations
• Promote group attendance through ongoing research and awareness of – followed by communication with – groups, conventions and tour companies that will be active in OKC during the upcoming year 
Position Reports to:
Executive Director
Hours and Salary:
Negotiable based on experience and salary history
To Apply for this Job: *
Send cover letter, resume and references via email to: banjo museum@sbcglobal.net
Application Deadline: Thursday, April 30, 2015
 Posted:  4/13/2015

Yard Crew-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Dale Rogers Training Center
Name of Job: *
Yard Crew
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * JOB FACTORS AND PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: 
Normal working months are March thru October. 
Normal working hours are from 6:30 AM to 2:00 PM Tuesday, Wednesday, and every other Friday. Schedule may be adjusted due to weather forecast and current conditions. 
Breaks are: 10 am – 15 minute break, 12 noon - 30 minutes for lunch and 2 pm – 15 minute break. Hydration breaks as needed and more often during extreme heat. 
This position is non-exempt and does receive overtime pay at time and a half for over 40 hours worked per payroll week. This schedule will be reviewed each week and may be adjusted accordingly to agency needs based on weather (rain or extreme heat), special events and other unforeseen issues or circumstances.

Employee must be able to and willing to take direction from the Operations Supervisor. The employee should keep pace, be at work on time each day/be in attendance, work on and finish the work that they have been assigned. The supervisor assigns breaks and will be informed of needed breaks not scheduled.

The employee must be able to work in all weather conditions such as cold and extreme heat. Must be able to use described equipment. Must be able to work in groups and by themselves. 

The following physical requirements are necessary to meet this Job Description:
•Standing up to 8 hours
•Able to lift maximum weight of 50 pounds (vertically)
•Able to lift maximum weight of 25 pounds (horizontally)
•Able to carry above described weights a maximum distance of 100 feet
•Able to walk at a steady pace behind self-propelled walk behind mowers.
•Able to maneuver walk behind mowers on uneven surfaces.

SCOPE:
1.The primary duty is maintenance of Agency grounds.
2.Have the ability to properly add fuel and check oil levels.
3.Minor maintenance and repairs to equipment.
4.Special projects during inclement weather or downtime. 
Position Qualifications:
QUALIFICATIONS:
High School Diploma or G.E.D. required
Position Requirements:
HIRING REQUIREMENTS: 
•Must be 18 years old or older
•Must have valid Oklahoma Driver’s License. 
•Must be able to pass OSBI, MVR, DHS Registry Check and any other background check as agency is required or deems necessary. 

JOB REQUIREMENTS:
•Must have regular and punctual attendance. 
•Must be able to make quick and logical decisions
Hours and Salary:
PT, $7.25 p/hr
To Apply for this Job: *

You can submit an application online today or print an application to fill out by hand and e-mail to jobs@drtc.org, or fax to 405-943-9710.

Dale Rogers Training Center
2501 N. Utah Ave.
Oklahoma City, OK 73107 
Phone: (405) 946-4489 
Fax: (405) 943-9710 
TTY: (405) 947-3872 
Video Phone#:(405) 445-7314 

Dale Rogers Training Center is an EOE/Affirmative Action Employer 
 Posted:  4/13/2015

Employment Training Specialist-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Dale Rogers Training Center
Name of Job: *
Employment Training Specialist
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * Develop a new career path & make a difference in the life a person with disabilities. Dale Rogers Training Center, the oldest and largest community provider, is hiring Employment Training Specialists. Must be computer literate, ethical, able to work independently. Paid training provided. Preference given to applicants who have ASL skills, bilingual, and DDSD training & certifications. FT position, schedule varies based on caseload needs and may include some evenings and weekends. Beginning salary $11/hour. Hiring bonus for required training. 

BENEFITS:
There are many advantages to belonging to the DRTC team. As a staff member, you will work for a company that cares about your success! DRTC believes in working hard while we are here, but also taking time off to be with our families. The following are some of the employee benefits available to you as a member of our team:

Professional growth and support
Team involvement
Medical and Dental Insurance
Paid time off
Bonuses and Perks
403 (b) Retirement Plan

SCOPE: 
Assists individuals to identify work interests and skills; identify potential work opportunity; obtain employment; train to the work setting and maintain said employment. Skills being trained will vary depending upon the needs of the individual. Length of training time will vary depending upon the skill being trained and the individual’s skills and abilities. 

Must have a basic understanding of DRS and DDSD funding sources and of Employment Services concepts. 
Position Qualifications:
QUALIFICATIONS:
•High School Diploma or G.E.D. required
•Experience with persons with disabilities, preferred
•Experience in marketing or sales a plus
Position Requirements: HIRING REQUIREMENTS: 
•18 years or older
•Must be able to pass OSBI, MVR, DHS Registry Check, reference checks, pre-employment drug test and any other background check as Agency requires or deems necessary 
•Valid Oklahoma Driver's License

JOB REQUIREMENTS:
Maintain valid Oklahoma driver’s licensed with current Oklahoma vehicle tag
•Maintain personal vehicle in good operational order to transport clients
•Maintain minimum 50/100/50 liability insurance on personal vehicle used to transport clients.
•Able to pass bi-annual motor vehicle report checks in accordance with established Agency guidelines.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
The following physical requirements are necessary to meet this job description:
Regularly required to talk with or listen to others.Frequently required to sit and use hands to handle/feel objects, tools or controls. Vision requirements include depth perception, ability to see peripherally and ability to adjust vision to bring objects into focus. Required to be able to operate a vehicle for travel/transportation purposes. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram or schedule form. 
Hours and Salary:
$11 p/hr
To Apply for this Job: *
You can submit an application online today or print an application to fill out by hand and e-mail to jobs@drtc.org, or fax to 405-943-9710.

Dale Rogers Training Center
2501 N. Utah Ave.
Oklahoma City, OK 73107 
Phone: (405) 946-4489 
Fax: (405) 943-9710 
TTY: (405) 947-3872 
Video Phone#:(405) 445-7314 

Dale Rogers Training Center is an EOE/Affirmative Action Employer 
Posted:  4/10/2015

Administrative Assistant I-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Smart Start Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
Administrative Assistant I
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * Assists Executive Director and other Smart Start Oklahoma staff by performing complex secretarial and administrative duties, relieving of operational details and assuring efficient office operation.

Handles confidential matters with discretion.

Assists in arranging meetings, conferences, and travel.

Composes and/or prepares routing correspondence, reports, memorandums and electronic transmissions.

Takes minutes for committee and work-group meetings as needed.

Assumes responsibility for small projects and oversees such projects to completion.

Greets and screens visitors and phone calls; responds, relays messages, takes necessary action, or refers to appropriate person for resolution.

Opens, sorts, scans, tags for response, and distributes all incoming and outgoing mail.

Performs other related duties as assigned. 
Position Qualifications:
Requires general education or vocational training or equivalent combination of education and experience.

General understanding and use of office equipment.
Position Requirements:
Literacy in computer usage and word processing including, but not limited to Microsoft Outlook, Word, and Excel.

Knowledge of basic office procedures and practices.

Excellent telephone etiquette, communication, interpersonal and public relations skills.
Demonstrates a warm and caring professional service oriented attitude.

Ability to work well with others fostering a positive working relationship.

Ability to operate office equipment.

Must be self-motivated.

Ability to listen and synthesize directives.
Hours and Salary:
$10.39 - $10.99 per hour ($21,607 - $22,878 annually)
To Apply for this Job: *
This position is posted through the University of Central Oklahoma. Apply at the following location: http://jobs.uco.edu:80/postings/8112
DO NOT CONTACT THE SMART START OKLAHOMA OFFICE REGARDING THIS POSITION.
 Posted:  4/10/2015

Staff Accountant-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
Staff Accountant
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * The Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma is seeking a Staff Accountant. This person will work under the supervision of the Vice President of Finance, and be responsible for the production of fixed assets tracking and reporting, grants tracking and reporting, and various calculations and reconciliations associated with monthly and annual closes.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
• Review, tag and track all capital expenditure purchases. 
• Provide monthly reports of actual capital expenditures vs budget.
• Assists in the preparation of annual budgets.
• Prepares and posts journal entries for all selected areas of general ledger accounting.
• Reconciles the general ledger to subsidiary ledgers for pledges, gifts, and fixed assets, as well as selected other accounts.
• Tracks and provides periodic reporting on grants and government contracts.
• Performs billing of government contracts. 
• Prepares annual SEFA report and works directly with external auditors during A-133 audit.
• Provides work papers and research for annual external audit.
• Communicates and responds to internal and external requests for accounting information.
• Prepares all annual registrations (ex. State of Oklahoma, SAM, D&B, etc)

The Accountant will perform other duties as assigned. 
Position Qualifications:
Qualifications: Accounting (or related field) degree required, plus; Three years, up to and including two+ years of related experience in an accounting position which includes payables, receivables, general ledger entry and financial statement preparation. CPA or CMA preferred, but not required. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Position Requirements:  Required Personal Characteristics: 
• 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.

Other Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:
• Strong skills in interpersonal communication, writing, and organization. 
• Ability to work with limited supervision and high motivation. 
• Good reasoning abilities. Sound judgment. 
• Ability to work well under pressure, meeting multiple and sometimes conflicting deadlines. 
• Strong knowledge of generally accepted accounting practices. 
• Strong computer skills (MS Word, MS Excel and Accounting Software). 

Additional Job Requirements:
• Clearance of background investigation and drug screen.
• Must be able to pass physical examination.
• Must be computer literate in email, word processing, spreadsheets and internet navigation.

Core Competencies:
• Strong skills in interpersonal communication.
• Active Listening - Giving full attention to what other people are saying, taking time to understand the points being made, asking questions as appropriate, and not interrupting at inappropriate times.
• Reading Comprehension - Understanding written sentences and paragraphs in work related documents.
• Speaking - Talking to others to convey information effectively.
• Oral Comprehension - The ability to listen to and understand information and ideas presented through spoken words and sentences.
• Writing - Communicating effectively in writing as appropriate for the needs of the audience.
• Time Management - Managing one's own time effectively.
• Critical Thinking - Using logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions or approaches to problems.

Physical Demands: This position works in a typical office setting. There may be extended periods of sitting, standing and/or bending; listening, talking and/or visual concentration; writing and/or computer use. This position would normally have routine opportunities to alter physical position or change eye focus. Lifting should not normally exceed 50 pounds. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this job. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified.

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

Fighting Hunger ... Feeding Hope
Position Reports to:
Vice President of Finance
Hours and Salary:
Mon - Fri 8:00 - 5:00
To Apply for this Job: *
Please visit www.regionalfoodbank.org to complete an online application which will include the submission of a cover letter and resume.
Application Deadline: Sunday, May 31, 2015
 Posted:  4/10/2015

Development Officer-Ada

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Chickasaw Nation
Name of Job: *
Development Officer
What city will this job be located in? *
Ada, OK
Position Description: *
General Description: The Development Officer supports the Executive Director in meeting the Chickasaw Foundation’s short-term and long-term fundraising goals through a comprehensive portfolio of grants, individual contributions, corporate proposals and special events.
Position Qualifications:
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: The Development Officer must have excellent organizational, communication and interpersonal skills. Must possess the ability to prioritize multiple projects, work with minimal supervision, and be willing to advance the goals and mission of the Chickasaw Foundation. Must be self-confident, team oriented and self-motivated. Must be willing to work and/or travel during irregular hours and weekends as needed or required by job duties. 


Position Requirements:
Education and Experience: Bachelor’s degree and 4 years of experience as a development professional preferred. Must have experience working with major gifts, individual, institutional and corporate donors. Must also have special event coordination and marketing experience. Any equivalent combination of experience and/or education from which comparable knowledge, skills and abilities have been achieved may be considered. 
To Apply for this Job: *
www.chickasaw.net
Application Deadline: Friday, April 24, 2015
 Posted:  4/10/2015

General Accounting Manager-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
General Accounting Manager
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * The Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma is seeking a General Accounting Manager who will work under the supervision of the Vice President of Finance. This position is responsible for the production of periodic financial reports, maintenance of an adequate system of accounting records, and a comprehensive set of controls designed to mitigate risk and enhance the accuracy of the company's reported financial results. 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: 
• Manages functions of Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable.
• Compiles and analyzes financial information to prepare entries to general ledger accounts, documenting business transactions. 
• Manages the month-end close process to include financial reporting and ad hoc reporting to senior management.
• Reconciles selected balance sheet accounts. 
• Prepares and posts journal entries for all aspects of general ledger accounting. 
• Participates in creation of annual budgets.
• Provides work papers and research for annual external audit.
• Maintains checklist of month-end activities, transactions and reporting. 
• Communicates and responds to internal and external requests for accounting information. 
• Manages accounting system upgrades.

The General Accounting Manager will perform other duties as assigned. 
Position Qualifications:
QUALIFICATIONS: Accounting degree required (CPA or CMA preferred), plus; three to five years of related experience in an accounting position which includes payables, receivables, general ledger entry, and financial statement preparation. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. 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, moves 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. 
OTHER KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITES REQUIRED: 
• Knowledge of U.S. GAAP and internal controls.
• Ability to identify and understand technical accounting issues, conduct research and reach/document well-reasoned conclusions.
• Ability to work with limited supervision, self-motivate, and function independently driven toward superior performance.
• Ability to solve complex problems through innovation and creativity.
• Strong skills collaboration and cooperation with other functions to include leading cross-functional teams in continuous process improvement projects. 
• Good reasoning abilities. Sound judgment. 
• Ability to work well under pressure, meeting multiple and sometimes conflicting deadlines. 
• Strong computer skills with ERP systems (particularly inventory and accounting), MS Word, Outlook, MS Excel

ADDITIONAL JOB REQUIREMENTS: 
• Clearance of background investigation and drug screen. 
• Must be able to pass physical examination. 
• Must be computer literate in email, word processing, spreadsheets and internet navigation. 

CORE COMPETENCIES: 
• Strong skills in interpersonal communication. 
• Active Listening - Giving full attention to what other people are saying, taking time to understand the points being made, asking questions as appropriate, and not interrupting at inappropriate times. 
• Reading Comprehension - Understanding written sentences and paragraphs in work related documents. 
• Speaking - Talking to others to convey information effectively. 
• Oral Comprehension - The ability to listen to and understand information and ideas presented through spoken words and sentences. 
• Writing - Communicating effectively in writing as appropriate for the needs of the audience. 
• Time Management - Managing one's own time effectively. 
• Critical Thinking - Using logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions or approaches to problems. 

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, moves 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. 
PHYSICAL DEMANDS: This position works in a typical office setting. There may be extended periods of sitting, standing and/or bending; listening, talking and/or visual concentration; writing and/or computer use. This position would normally have routine opportunities to alter physical position or change eye focus. Lifting should not normally exceed 50 pounds. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. 

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this job. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. 

Fighting Hunger…Feeding Hope™ 
Position Reports to:
Vice President Finance
Hours and Salary:
Mon - Fri 8:00 - 5:00
To Apply for this Job: *
Please visit www.regionalfoodbank.org to complete an online application which will include the submission of a cover letter and resume.
Application Deadline: Sunday, May 31, 2015
 Posted:  4/10/2015

Caring Van Specialist-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Oklahoma Caring Foundation, Inc.
Name of Job: *
Caring Van Specialist
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * Working closely with the Caring Van Program Coordinator, this position is responsible for the operation of the Caring Van and all related activity including providing on-site assistance at clinic events; assisting in the planning, organizing and scheduling of clinic (immunization) events; developing partnerships and communicating with statewide and community organizations; developing invitations, event posters and other promotional literature; working with graphics department in design and production of posters and promotional literature; assisting with fundraising special events through coordination, organization and planning including the production of printed materials on these events; and maintaining Caring Foundation’s website. 
Position Requirements:  * 3 years project coordination and project management experience.
* PC proficiency to include Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Lotus Notes.
* Ability to handle multiple tasks.
* Verbal and written communication skills including interpersonal skills and assisting public.
* Attention to detail and ability to work independently and make sound decisions.
* Organizational skills.
* Ability and willingness to travel, including overnight stays.
Additional Preferred Requirements:
* Bachelor Degree. 
* Experience in coordinating corporate community events or fund raising events.
* Familiarity with Spanish.
* Work experience in nonprofit sector.
Position Reports to:
Oklahoma Caring Foundation Manager
To Apply for this Job: *
To apply for the Caring Van Specialist position, please visit the Blue Cross Blue Shield of Oklahoma website, bcbsok.com. The career information can be found through the "Company Information" link on the homepage.
Application Deadline: Sunday, April 19, 2015
 Posted:  4/10/2015

Kitchen Manager-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Sunbeam Family Services
Name of Job: *
Kitchen Manager
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * SUMMARY
Under the direct supervision of the Director of Early Childhood Services, the Kitchen Manager supervises all kitchen operations and provides input regarding nutrition and CACFP in order to effectively implement the goals of the Early Head Start/Head Start programs. With guidance from the Health Coordinator, the Kitchen Manager develops menus and oversees the preparation of nutritious meals, which meet USDA standards. The Kitchen Manager is responsible for CACFP requirements, food and non-food inventory storage, rotation, and temperature logs. The Kitchen Manager ensures the maintenance of proper sanitation throughout the kitchen and works collaboratively with other kitchen personnel. 
Position Qualifications:
EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE
- Previous experience in a large-scale food production operation required.
- Previous school or child care center experience preferred.
- Previous CACFP training preferred.
Position Requirements: ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Provide leadership to kitchen staff regarding program implementation and effectiveness.

- Reflect Sunbeam Family Services and Educare core values while performing requirements for the position.

- Train staff in food preparation, and in service, sanitation, and safety procedures.

- Inspect supplies, equipment, and work areas to ensure efficient service and conformance to standards.

- Control inventories of food, equipment, smallware, and report shortages to designated personnel.

- Assign duties, responsibilities, and work stations to employees in accordance with work requirements.

- Estimate ingredients and supplies required to prepare a recipe.

- Analyze operational problems, such as theft and wastage, and establish procedures to alleviate these problems.

- Ensure that food service work areas are maintained in a clean and sanitary manner and in accordance with Head Start, OSHA, State of Oklahoma licensing standards, accreditation standards, and other applicable standards.

- Monitor food service staff to assure that established safety and sanitary regulations and procedures in the use of equipment and supplies are followed.

- Be responsible for CACFP requirements, food and non-food inventory, storage, rotation, and temperature logs.

- Ensure safe working conditions and practices are maintained in the kitchen.

- Attend and participates in required training in hazardous communication and safety as established by OSHA, and in all fire safety and disaster preparedness drills in a safe and professional manner.

- Attend management meetings and provide input regarding nutrition and CACFP in order to effectively implement the goals of the Early Head Start/Head Start programs.

- Perform required and other assigned duties in a manner that demonstrates compliance with Sunbeam's Culturally Competent Practice Policy as well as other agency policy and procedure and those of grants/contracts so that work of the agency is systematized and effective.

- Supervise and evaluate kitchen staff according to Sunbeam policies and procedures.

- Establish and maintain a reflective relationship for learning with supervisor that is characterized
by regularity, clear expectations, mutual sharing, and feedback about the challenges and opportunities presented in the day-to-day work. 
To Apply for this Job: *
Please apply online at www.sunbeamfamilyservices.org.
Application Deadline: Sunday, May 31, 2015
 Posted:  4/10/2015

Lifeguard-Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
YWCA Tulsa
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa
Position Description: *
YWCA Tulsa is looking for dedicated, indoor lifeguards at its two locations at 17th and Memorial and 19th and Lewis! We have one full-time opening for a Head Lifeguard and multiple part-time openings.
Position Qualifications:
Possesses mature judgment and sound decision-making skills.

Must be an advocate for the mission, values and goals of the YWCA Tulsa. 

Work effectively with all employees and clients of all races, religions, sexes, national origins, ages, sexual orientations, gender identities, and gender expressions; and without regard to disability status, genetic information, marital status, or status as a covered veteran, or socioeconomic backgrounds.
Position Requirements:
American Red Cross Lifeguard certification preferred; Willing to recertify; WSI certification and bilingual in Spanish a plus.
Position Reports to:
Aquatics Manager
Hours and Salary:
DOE
To Apply for this Job: *
Please print and complete the online employment application at ywcatulsa.org and email the completed application and resume with "Lifeguard" in the subject line to hr@ywcatulsa.org.
Application Deadline: Sunday, August 30, 2015
 Posted:  4/8/2015

Administrative Coordinator-Norman

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
The Society for Cinema and Media Studies (SCMS) and the University of Oklahoma Film & Media Studies Program
Name of Job: *
Administrative Coordinator
What city will this job be located in? *
Norman, OK
Position Description: *
This position is responsible for the administration and management of an office that serves an interdiscliplinary academic degree program (Film & Media Studies), and an international professional association for faculty, graduate students, and scholars (the Society for Cinema and Media Studies or SCMS). Both are housed in one office.
Position Qualifications: Bachelor's degree OR an equivalent combination of education/job related experience
Proficiency in MS Word, Outlook and Excel.
Strong copy editing and proofreading skills.
Excellent oral and written communication/organizational skills.
Proficiency using social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter.
Basic knowledge of accounting principles.
Ability to handle multiple tasks and meet deadlines. 
Ability to provide strong customer service to a diverse, multi-generational group of constituents.
Ability to supervise effectively.
Ability to work independently and as part of a team with frequent interruptions. 
Good people skills. 
Position Requirements:
Travel to annual board meetings and conference.

Ability to handle pressure.

If selected as a final candidate for this position, you will be subject to The University of Oklahoma Norman Campus Tuberculosis Testing policy. To view the policy, visithttp://www.hr.ou.edu/policies/tbtesting.asp. 

Hiring dependent upon background check.
Position Reports to:
SCMS Executive Director and OU FMS Program Director
Hours and Salary:
$35,000-45,000 depending on experience. Full benefits included through the University of Oklahoma.
To Apply for this Job: *
Send cover letter, resume and references to office@cmstudies.org
 Posted:  4/8/2015

AmeriCorps Full Time Position-Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
AmeriCorps Full Time Position
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa
Position Description: * Position Description: The AmeriCorps member will support the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma’s Food For Kids Program and Cooking Matters with a focus on expansion of both programs. The position is full time (8-4:30, Mon-Fri) and an occasional evening or weekend beginning September 1, 2015.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
• Work with school coordinators to expand the Food For Kids backpack program into the middle schools. 
• Contact and follow up with participating Food for Kids elementary schools to ensure maximum participation and benefit at each site.
• Work with volunteers in packing backpacks for distribution in the Food for Kids program. 
• Assist Director of Community Initiatives in contacting agencies, scheduling classes, and preparation for Cooking Matters classes. 
Position Qualifications: Must be a U.S. citizen, U.S. national or lawful permanent resident and be at least 17 years of age. High School diploma required. (Some college beneficial). An individual must be able to perform essential duties satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential duties.
• Spanish fluency strongly desired
• Strong interpersonal skills. 
• Excellent communications skills – written and oral.
• Ability to work with limited supervision and ability to work as a team.
• Proficient in use of MS Outlook, Word, and Excel.
• Highly motivated and mission driven.
• Cannot serve as an AmeriCorps member with and also be employed by the same agency. 
Position Requirements:
Clearance of background investigation and drug screen.
Clean driving record and valid driver’s license.
Hours and Salary:
AmeriCorps full time members will receive a minimum living allowance of $14,000, health insurance, childcare (for qualified members), loan forbearance, and an education award of $5,645 upon completion of 1700 hours of service within one year. (www.ameri
To Apply for this Job: *
Send cover letter and resume to personnel@okfoodbank.org
 Posted:  4/7/2015

AmeriCorps Full Time Position-Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
AmeriCorps Full Time Position
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa
Position Description: * The AmeriCorps member will support the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma’s SNAP Outreach efforts. The position is full time (8-4:30, Mon-Fri) and an occasional evening or weekend starting September 1, 2015.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
• Assist potential participants with application and eligibility requirements for SNAP.
• Schedule outreach events and build new partnerships for outreach.
• Educate CFBEO partner agencies about SNAP and train them to assist their clients.
• Create outreach materials and distribute them across the Food Bank’s service area.
• Maintain detailed records of SNAP Outreach activity, outcomes, and program expenses. 
Position Qualifications: Must be a U.S. citizen, U.S. national or lawful permanent resident and be at least 17 years of age. High school diploma required, college degree preferred. An individual must be able to perform essential duties satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential duties.
• Spanish proficiency highly preferred.
• Strong interpersonal skills.
• Excellent communications skills.
• Ability to work with limited supervision and ability to work as a team.
• Proficient in use of MS Outlook, Word, and Excel.
• Highly motivated and mission driven.
• Cannot serve as an AmeriCorps member with and also be employed by the same agency. 
Position Requirements:
Clearance of background investigation and drug screen.
Clean driving record and valid driver’s license.
Hours and Salary:
AmeriCorps full time members will receive a minimum living allowance of $14,000, health insurance, childcare (for qualified members), loan forbearance, and an education award of $5,645 upon completion of 1700 hours of service within one year. (www.am
To Apply for this Job: *
Send cover letter and resume to personnel@okfoodbank.org
 Posted:  4/7/2015

Leadership Events Associate-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
National MS Society
Name of Job: *
Leadership Events Associate
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * The Associate of Leadership Events for the Strategic Philanthropy department will be a self-motivated, high energy person, working closely with the Manager, Strategic Philanthropy to ensure successful implementation of Leadership Events in the South Central Region.
The Strategic Philanthropy Associate is responsible for assisting the SP Manager reach fundraising goals totaling $500,000, and raising awareness and visibility of MS and the National MS Society. This position will normally work 15 hours per week, but additional hours may be required immediately prior to events. This position will report to the Manager of Leadership Events in Strategic Philanthropy.
Essential Functions/Responsibilities:

1. Leadership Events: 90%
Assist with the logistics of 4 leadership events (Amarillo Beef-a-thon, OKC on the Move luncheon, OKC Trivia and the Tulsa Uncorking for a Cure).
Ensure that all aspects of live and silent auctions are working efficiently.
Identify and initiate contact with cattle companies for the Beef-a-thon event.
Preparation, including data management, printing and mail out of in-kind item donation form letters.
Tracking of event participants, donors, sponsors, etc. 
Tracking of all event RSVPs
Assist Strategic Philanthropy Manager with all Pre-Event communications.
Assist Strategic Philanthropy Manager with all aspects of the "Day of Event" including set-up, volunteers, registration, entry signs, etc.
Processing and mail out of guest, sponsorship and donor thank you letters within two weeks of receipt of gift and post event.
Work with leadership event staffs so that timely and accurate tax letters are sent to all leadership event donors and participants in the region.
Consistently meet deadlines and create organized processes.
Other duties as assigned. 
2. Volunteer Engagement 10%
Work collaboratively with Strategic Philanthropy Staff to identify, cultivate and solicit event Volunteers.
Recognize the contributions of all volunteers to ensure ongoing commitment. 
Position Qualifications: Minimum Education:

Associate's Degree

Minimum Experience/Skills/Competencies:

2 years event planning, non-profit experience preferred
Project Management experience preferred, including ability to manage multiple and high priority projects at one time
Must be an action-oriented, energetic professional with the following attributes: high emotional intelligence; collegial, collaborative and accessible; excellent listening skills, passion for the mission
Technical/Other:

Proficient in all Microsoft Office programs
Excellent interpersonal skills, including ability to communicate effectively and professionally with leadership staff and volunteers 
Position Reports to:
Manager of Leadership Events in Strategic Philanthropy
To Apply for this Job: *
To apply for this position or to see other employment opportunities with the National MS Society please visit our online Career Center using the web-link below. We no longer accept mailed, faxed, or e-mailed resumes. Please apply for positions directly through our website. Only those candidates deemed most qualified will be contacted to interview. EOE M/F/D/V

http://www.nationalmssociety.org/about-the-society/careers/index.aspx 
Application Deadline: Monday, June 22, 2015
 Posted:  4/6/2015

Executive Assistant-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Best Friends of Pets
Name of Job: *
Executive Assistant
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * Best Friends of Pets is seeking a part-time Executive Assistant to perform all administrative duties and help plan events. This position requires a positive image through in-person and phone interaction, excellent computer skills, an appreciation for the mission of Best Friends and a passion for helping pets. The Best Friends of Pets Administrative Assistant will work an average of 20-32 hours per week typically Monday through Thursday from Best Friends’ office and SpayWay clinic. This position reports to the Executive Director. 

• Open and close office
• Answer phones, greet guests and provide information 
• Prepare and send correspondence via email and regular mail
• Review emails and answer or forward to Executive Director or appropriate person 
• Review and process applications to Spay/Neuter Assistance Program (SNAP)
• Maintain records of SNAP applications, SpayWay clinic and other records
• Review SNAP veterinary invoices 
• Assist with planning and execution of Best Friends’ meetings and events
• Assist with social media
• Sort and file records
• Prepare reports
• Maintain mail lists
• Assist with financial information
• Other duties as assigned 
Position Qualifications: REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS
• Excellent written and oral communication skills
• Excellent customer service skills
• Business math skills
• Ability to work independently and cooperatively as a team
• Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook
• Experience with Facebook and other social media
• Ability to use the internet to search for information
• Highly organized, detail oriented and strong work ethic
• Manage time effectively
• Minimum of High School diploma or equivalent. 

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS
• Previous clerical/administrative experience
• Experience with Microsoft Publisher and Power Point
• Experience with QuickBooks
• Experience with graphic design and layout 
To Apply for this Job: *
Send resume, cover letter, salary history and 3 references to Kim Schlittler, Executive Director, Best Friends of Pets by email to kims@bestfriendsofpets.org with “Executive Assistant” in the subject line or by mail to Best Friends of Pets, PO Box 415, Oklahoma City, OK 73101-0415 by Wednesday, April 29. Use same email for questions. No phone calls. For information about Best Friends of Pets, go to www.bestfriendsofpets.org.
Application Deadline: Wednesday, April 29, 2015
 Posted:  4/6/2015

Case Manager-Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Resonance Center for Women
Name of Job: *
Case Manager
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa
Position Description: *
Case Management
Resonance Center for Women is seeking a full-time Case Manager to provide case management services to adult females reentering our communities. This position is responsible for bringing services, agencies and resources together to assist our clients in achieving goals.
To Apply for this Job: *
Please fax resume to 918-587-3891 or email to resonance@resonancetulsa.org
 Posted:  4/6/2015

Youth Development Worker/Bus Driver Position-Norman

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Center for Children and Families (CCFI)
Name of Job: *
Youth Development Worker/Bus Driver Position
What city will this job be located in? *
Norman, OK
Position Description: * The Center for Children and Families, Inc. (CCFI), based in Norman, Oklahoma, seeks part time hourly youth development worker/ bus driver to transport youth to scheduled field trips and to interact with and monitor youth as a caring adult role model and leader during Neighborhood Center programming. 

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 about to open a newly renovated 24,000 square foot facility located in the heart of Norman. 

Successful candidates will make a commitment to working with youth and their families in the Neighborhood Centers program. Extensive training is provided. Typical work hours for the summer months will be Monday through Friday 8am-5pm. (June)
Hourly rate will be commensurate with experience. 
Position Qualifications:
SUMMARY OF ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
-Transport youth to scheduled field trips.
-Provide leadership for a team of staff and volunteers providing out of school time mentoring services for a small group of children and youth. 
-Coordinate planning and preparation and facilitate youth activities including such as arts and crafts, sports, games, and presentation of a social and emotional learning curricula. 
-Participate in staffing of large group outreach activities for children and youth.
-Provide support to neighborhood families using strengths based approach.
Position Requirements: EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS
-Minimum requirements include a high school diploma or -GED and at least one year of related experience. 
-Additional education, youth development and leadership experience is strongly preferred.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITY: 
-Ability to maintain positive relationships with children and youth
-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.

OTHER REQUIREMENTS: 
-Must pass criminal history and other background checks
-CDL is required, with a bus physical. 
Position Reports to:
Program Manager
Hours and Salary:
part time
To Apply for this Job: *
TO APPLY FOR THIS JOB: 
Send current resume and three professional references to Vernon Hooks, Program Manager at vhooks@ccfinorman.org or Center for Children and Families, Inc. (CCFI) ATTN: Vernon Hooks, 1151 East Main Street Norman, OK 73071 
EOE
 Posted:  4/6/2015

Chief Executive Officer-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Leadership Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
Chief Executive Officer
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: *
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) provides leadership and management for Leadership Oklahoma and its staff, Board of Directors and members. The CEO provides planning and vision for the organization to accomplish its mission, leads the development and implementation of programs and the funding to support these programs, and serves as LOK’s chief spokesperson
Position Qualifications: Experience & Knowledge
•Proven skill and effectiveness in interpersonal relations and the ability to interact with statewide leaders
•Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, and to prepare and deliver concise, understandable reports and presentations
•Ability to interpret and work with financial statements and operating budgets
•Ability to serve as a team leader or team member, depending on the requirements of the situation
•Ability to effectively accomplish multiple tasks and prioritize needs
•Willingness to travel, including overnight travel of at least three to four nights per month
•Willingness to work, as needed, evenings and/or weekends (usually once or twice per month)
•Ability to carry or transport materials from office to car to activity sites
•Ability to set up special events including physical arrangements 
•Valid Oklahoma driver’s license, automobile insurance covering Oklahoma’s minimum requirements and use of personal vehicle for reimbursed business travel

Education
•Bachelor’s degree required

The ideal candidate will have the following qualifications:
•10 years or more of proven leadership 
•Experience in designing programs and associated strategies
•Experience in assessing staffing requirements and recruiting, hiring and supervising staff members
•Experience in working with a Board of Directors
•Experience working with and mobilizing volunteers
•Experience in developing and administering operating budgets
•Demonstrated success in meeting an organization’s financial goals and controlling expenses
•Demonstrated understanding of statewide issues and a network of contacts in the State
•Demonstrated proficiency in the use of personal computers, including word processing, database, financial and spreadsheet applications
•Experience planning and implementing development programs

Preferences include:
•Experience with community leadership organizations
•Graduate of Leadership Oklahoma
•Experience in leadership capacity for a non-profit
•Demonstrated ability to lead others through transitions
•Located in Oklahoma City, although qualified candidates in other locations throughout the state will be considered 
Position Requirements: •Program Development – Provide leadership for the development, implementation and evaluation of programs.

•Operations – Provide leadership for the daily operations of LOK. Ensure adherence to LOK policies and procedures by staff, Board and members.

•Human Resources Management – Recruit, hire, supervise and evaluate LOK staff. Evaluate the staffing needs of the organization and make appropriate recommendations to the Personnel Committee to ensure that the organization functions effectively.

•Board Relations – Develop the agenda for, and plan, arrange and play a leadership role in, Board and committee meetings, and develop effective working relationships with Board members. Ensure that all necessary matters are brought to the attention of the Board in a timely manner. 

•Long-Range Planning – Provide leadership in the development and implementation of the long-range plan and monitor and assess progress toward goal achievement.

•Resource Development – Provide leadership for strategic fundraising, including corporate and foundation giving, grants, membership contributions and other resource development.

•Marketing/Public Relations – Design, implement and manage marketing and public relations programs and serve as chief spokesperson for the organization in dealings with industry, governmental bodies, membership and the public.

•Financial Management – Develop and administer the operating budget, review and analyze actual expenses in relation to budget, and prepare periodic reports for review by the Board. Ensure accountability of all funds and resources. 
Position Reports to:
The Board of Directors
To Apply for this Job: *
Visit www.stfpr.com/executive-search/. Contact MaryAnn Martin at mmartin@stfpr.com with any questions.
Application Deadline: Friday, April 17, 2015
 Posted:  4/3/2015

Accounts Receivable & Contracts Coordinator-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Sunbeam Family Services
Name of Job: *
Accounts Receivable & Contracts Coordinator
What city will this job be located in? *
OKC, OK
Position Description: * SUMMARY
The Accounts Receivable & Contracts Coordinator will have an active role in preparing monthly invoices for grantors as well as ensuring timely collection of all receivables. Further, the Accounts Receivable Coordinator will be responsible for ensuring contract compliance, full contract utilization, and timely financial reporting to grantors.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES:
- Demonstrate capacity to perform duties exhibiting the highest ethical standards, incorporating best practice, exemplifying the values expected within the department, and for promoting the mission of the organization.
- Prepares monthly grantor invoicing
- Enters monthly invoicing, manages grantor information, and processes account adjustments in the accounting software
- Coordinates and manages grantor contract requirements and deadlines. Reviews contract utilization regularly to guarantee maximization of contract amounts
- Reconciles grantor accounts to ensure timely collection of receivables
- Tracks in-kind and match monthly and quarterly as required by federal and state grants
- Prepares agency & contract budgets with the assistance of the Controller and/or Chief Financial Officer
- Completes federal contracts quarterly & semi-annual reports
- Enters contributions into fundraising software
- Performs other duties as deemed necessary.
- All duties are essential to the performance of this position.

ACCOUNTABILITIES:
- Performs required duties in a manner that demonstrates compliance with Sunbeam's Culturally Competent Practice Policy. Adheres to agency policy and procedure as well as those of grants/contracts so that the work of the agency is systematized and effective and the work of the business office is adequately and appropriately coordinated with programs of service.
- Responsible for maintaining the agency’s accounts receivable, compiling balanced accounts receivable reports and issuing receivable invoices, including preparation of invoice in adherence with contract agreement, mailing of invoice and related receipts/backup for invoice charges, and input into accounting system so that the agency’s receivables can be collected in a timely manner
- Audits grantor monthly invoices for programs to assist in the accuracy of reporting all reimbursable expenses.
- Provides back up duties for the Business Office so that agency services continue effectively in the absence of Business Office Staff.
- Performs other duties as necessary in a timely and efficient manner. 
Position Qualifications: SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:
- Ability to handle a variety of work assignments, to work with the public, to exercise confidentiality and abide by agency code of ethics.
- Ability to communicate effectively with others
- Ability to type, operate a calculator and use a computer.
- Ability to exercise initiative, work independently, be attentive to details and exercise good organizational skills

COMPUTER EQUIPMENT AND SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS:
Microsoft Office Suite with emphasis on Excel, Sage MIP or comparable system
Internet
E-mail
Excellent computer skills
Able to handle multiple tasks and stay organized
Voice Mail
Network computer workstation
Copier
Fax
Security alarm system
Calculator 
Position Requirements:
Education and/or Experience:
- Bachelor’s degree in accounting or related field preferred or
- Some college/ related training or 2 to 4 years of accounting related experience required

ADDITIONAL JOB REQUIREMENTS:
- Clearance of background check and drug screen.
- Must have valid driver’s license and auto insurance.
To Apply for this Job: *
Please apply online at sunbeamfamilyservices.org
Application Deadline: Thursday, April 30, 2015
 Posted:  4/3/2015

Social Services Director-Bethany

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Daily Living Centers
Name of Job: *
Social Services Director
What city will this job be located in? *
Bethany, Oklahoma
Position Description: *
Bachelors Degree, Computer Skills, Organizational Skills, Knowledge of Department of Human Services, Skills in Leading Support Groups. Compassion for care givers and elderly.
To Apply for this Job: *
Apply at 3000 North Rockwell Bethany, Oklahoma 73008 or via email at donna@dailylivingcenters.org
 Posted:  4/3/2015

Food Program Coordinator-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Rainbow Fleet Child Care Resource and Referral
Name of Job: *
Food Program Coordinator
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City with local travel required
Position Description: *
Coordinates and provides guidance and direction to family child care home providers on well-balanced, nutritious meals and snacks and conducts home visits to monitor menu selection, serving sizes and monetary reimbursements in accordance and compliance with the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) and the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA).
Position Qualifications:
Minimum of Bachelor Degree, with preference given to Nutrition, Dietetics, Food Management or closely related field; or a Bachelor Degree in Social Sciences with one year experience in Nutrition, Dietetics or Food Management. Demonstrated administrative, supervisory, and human relation/collaboration skills. Additional experience in child care and/or early childhood education a plus.
Position Requirements: Physical Abilities:

1. Ability to sit for at least 6 hours per day.
2. Vision sufficient to drive and carry out tasks, including extensive computer data entry.
3. Hearing sufficient for normal “person to person” and telephone conversations.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:

1. Reports to the Rainbow Fleet Executive Director.
2. Promotes Rainbow Fleet’s vision, mission, goals and objectives.
3. Demonstrates the ability to be self-directing in carrying out the duties of the position.
4. Demonstrates the ability to be a team player when required to collaborate with other CACFP staff members and Rainbow Fleet programs.
5. Answers telephones for the CACFP and delivers provider education on well-balanced, nutritious meals and snacks, lends guidance to menu selection and serving sizes, provides direction on the paperwork process for filing claims for monetary reimbursements in accordance and compliance with the CACFP and the USDA.
6. Demonstrates computer literacy and the ability to manage various computer software programs such as Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Minute Menu.
7. Demonstrates exceptional, proficient oral and written communication skills, which would emphasize efficient speaking and listening telephone skills, problem solving, and conflict resolution. 
8. Demonstrates ability to coordinate and work within the CACFP budget in accordance with Rainbow Fleet’s agency budget. 
9. Coordinates the dissemination of informational packets to child care providers who call Rainbow Fleet for CACFP information and provider education.
10. Coordinates the accumulation of information and maintenance of the Minute Menu data base.
11. Ability to provide appropriate customer service when assisting family child care home providers with the CACFP.
12. Coordinates the Family Child Care Home visitation schedules, both announced and unannounced, for monitoring review in accordance with current CACFP and USDA guidelines.
13. Ability to coordinate, follow and accurately monitor and adhere to the Family Child Care Home On-Site Monitor Review Assessment.
14. Coordinates the compilation and timely delivery of reports, research and/or data as requested by CACFP, the Executive Director, the Board of Directors, and/or funding sources.
15. Assists, as needed, with off-site networking, marketing, recruiting, and mentoring throughout service delivery area.
16. Assists, as needed, with public awareness events promoting Rainbow Fleet and the CACFP services.
17. Attends and represents Rainbow Fleet and CACFP at assigned and/or required agency meetings, community events, stakeholder groups, in-service training, etc.
18. Travel within the service delivery area, state and nation may be required.
19. Maintains a valid driver’s license, reliable transportation, and auto insurance. 
Position Reports to:
Executive Director
Hours and Salary:
Full Time/Exempt Salary Varies with Experience
To Apply for this Job: *
Submit resumes via email to cbullard@rainbowfleet.org
 Posted:  4/3/2015

Coordinator, Domestic Violence Victim's Assistance Program (DVVAP)-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
YWCA Oklahoma City
Name of Job: *
Coordinator, Domestic Violence Victim's Assistance Program (DVVAP)
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * The YWCA Oklahoma City is currently seeking a full-time Coordinator for the Domestic Violence Victim’s Assistance Program (DVVAP). We are seeking a dynamic professional who is energetic, creative, takes initiative, proactively builds relationships and performs as a solid team member. The Coordinator position has historically been embedded at the Oklahoma City Police Department and works collaboratively with the Domestic Violence and Victim Services Units. The Coordinator provides risk assessment, safety planning, advocacy, Protection Order information, court support/accompaniment and crisis intervention services. This position will also be responsible for bi-monthly volunteer training presentations, development of volunteers for DVVAP program, and training of staff/volunteers to meet OAG standards for court accompaniment. An understanding of empowerment advocacy, trauma-informed environments and self-determination models will be helpful. 
Benefits include health insurance, paid vacation and retirement. 
Position Qualifications:
A Bachelor’s Degree in a Social Service field required, one year relevant domestic violence experience strongly preferred.
Position Requirements:
The position is salaried and will require occasional flexibility to meet the needs of our clients and the agency. Bilingual preferred.
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. Please note candidates must comply with OCPD hiring procedures including completing their application, background check and polygraph exam.
Application Deadline: Saturday, May 2, 2015
 Posted:  4/2/2015

Ranger-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Girl Scouts Western Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
Ranger
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * POSITION SUMMARY
Under the general direction of the Facilities & Property Director, the Camp Ranger provides general maintenance and custodial services in accordance with the council’s policies and standards. The incumbent works closely with camp directors, volunteers and council staff to ensure that troop, day and resident campers have a successful camping experience. This position requires the incumbent to live on site to provide 24 hour emergency coverage.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
• Performs year-round grounds maintenance which includes snow removal, trail clearing, road maintenance and lawn mowing.
• Cleans and maintains building, grounds and equipment.
• Maintains detailed inventory of tools, equipment and supplies on Xcel spreadsheet for monthly review.
• Maintains pools, septic system and plumbing schedules. Provides updated schedules to the Property Director on a quarterly basis.
• Monitors camp property, equipment and building condition as well as damage caused by weather or vandalism and submits typed reports to the Property Director.
• Maintains gates and posted signs to discourage unauthorized access onto camp property.
• Provides support to camp directors, volunteers and staff for camp projects.
• Assists campers in moving into and out of units; and provides authorized equipment to ensure a successful camping experience.
• Maintains the interior and exterior of camp buildings.
• Opens and closes all outdoor camping units by cleaning and making repairs, turning on water systems, moving equipment, and winterizing pipes and water systems.
• Follows GSUSA and council policies and guidelines to ensure compliance with relevant Federal, state and local laws, regulations, and codes.
• Manages all work orders and PMs using required work order system with the goal of maintaining continuous ACA accreditation.
• Performs all tasks assigned by Director of Facilities.

REQUIRED COMPETENCIES/SKILLS
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.
Quality: Applies feedback to improve performance; Demonstrates accuracy and thoroughness; Displays commitment to excellence; Looks for ways to improve and promote quality; Monitors own work to ensure quality.
Planning and Organization: Integrates changes smoothly; Plans for additional resources; Prioritizes and plans work activities; Sets goals and objectives; Uses time efficiently; Works in an organized manner.

SUPERVISORY DUTIES
• N/A

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE
• Experience in maintenance and equipment work

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 
• Experience in maintenance and equipment work.
• Demonstrated interpersonal skills.
• Knowledge and understanding of equipment management and grounds maintenance.
• Proven capability to maintain confidentiality.
• The incumbent will be on call 24/7 during camping season and other activity periods.

COMPUTER EQUIPMENT AND SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS
 Computer literate with word processing and excel skills (i.e. Microsoft Office systems); ability to navigate and use Outlook and Personify or similar software.

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. 
• Very Heavy Work (use of force to lift, carry push, pull or over objects up to 50 pounds, frequent exposure to adverse environmental conditions, long periods of time standing and walking over uneven terrain, weekends and evenings/nights are required occasionally).

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. 
To Apply for this Job: *
 Posted:  4/1/2015

Program Assistant-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
RSVP of Central Oklahoma
Name of Job: *
Program Assistant
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: *
Part-time Program Assistant for nonprofit org. 25 hrs./wk. $10 hr. MWC area. Strong organizational and human relations skills required. Respect and passion for senior citizens required. Deadline 4-15-15. EOE.
To Apply for this Job: *
Send cover letter and resume to beth.patterson@rsvpokc.org
Application Deadline: Wednesday, April 15, 2015
 Posted: 4/1/2015 

Administrative Assistant-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Oklahoma City Orchestra League, Inc.
Name of Job: *
Administrative Assistant
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: *
General Description: 
Provides support to the Executive Director, Board of Directors, and members of the Oklahoma City Orchestra League (OCOL).
Position Qualifications:
Qualifications:
• Minimum Associate Degree
• Excellent customer service skills
• Proficient in Microsoft Word, Outlook, Excel; Experience in Power Point and Publisher preferred
• Excellent written composition skills
• Business math skills
• English, first language
Position Requirements: Responsibilities:
• Open and close office
• Maintain and organize office
• Be acquainted with all activities of the OCOL and the responsibilities of its officers and its committees
• Prepare office conference room for onsite meetings; see that necessary items are taken and returned for off-site meetings; advise Board members and committee chairmen in scheduling and use of conference room
• Maintain office calendar and assist with scheduling; assist President and Executive Director in establishing and maintaining a timeline outlining OCOL operations, dates, and sequence of projects
• Keep members informed of necessary information, meetings, and other updates
• Record official meeting minutes for Board of Directors and Executive Committee
• Process check requests and payables; handle petty cash as directed by the Treasurer; make bank deposits as necessary
• Maintain all annual subscriptions and licenses; maintain inventory of equipment and supplies
• Maintain League database
• Maintain necessary committee reports as required
• Maintain files as directed by the President, Board members, and Executive Director
• Train office volunteers
• Perform other duties as assigned
Position Reports to:
Executive Directir
Hours and Salary:
Position: Part-time; Hourly Hours: 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Monday through Friday
To Apply for this Job: *
Send resume to:

Jeannette LaMar, Executive Director

Oklahoma City Orchestra League, Inc.
3815 N. Santa Fe, Suite 105
Oklahoma City, OK 73118

execdir@okcorchestraleague.org

Phone 405-601-4245
Fax 405-601-4278
Application Deadline: Friday, May 1, 2015
 Posted: 4/1/2015 

Deputy Director-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
OIC of Oklahoma County
Name of Job: *
Deputy Director
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: *
The Deputy Director is a key management leadership position of Opportunities Industrialization Center of Oklahoma County, Inc. The Deputy Director is responsible for assisting in overseeing the administration, programs and strategic plan of the organization. Other key duties include fundraising, marketing, and community outreach. The position reports directly to the Executive Director.
Position Qualifications:
• Bachelor's degree required, Master's preferred
• 3 years of professional experience in a nonprofit organization; demonstrated success in a development function (managing and forging relationships with multiple donor sources)
• Excellent communication skills, both written and oral; ability to influence and engage a wide range of donors and build long-term relationships
• Ability to construct, articulate, and implement annual strategic development plan
• Self reliant, good problem solver, results oriented
Position Requirements: • Develop and implement an integrated strategic communications plan to advance OIC’s brand identity; broaden awareness of its programs and priorities; and increase the visibility of its programs across key stakeholder audiences
• Create marketing/public relations strategy that will allow OIC to cultivate and enhance meaningful relationships with targeted, high-level external audiences, including the media and key influencers
• Identify challenges and emerging issues faced by the organization. Work with leadership team and staff to recognize internal and external communications opportunities and solutions, and define and execute appropriate strategies to support them
• Oversee marketing and other communications efforts
• Support and partner with the ED and board members on all major fundraising initiatives
• Establish and maintain relationships with various organizations throughout the state and utilize those relationships to strategically enhance OIC’s Mission
• Actively work with the ED and senior staff to develop and implement a comprehensive development strategy to include corporate, foundation, government grants, etc. 
Position Reports to:
Executive Director
To Apply for this Job: *
Email your resume to: oicpk@sbcglobal.net.
Application Deadline: Thursday, April 30, 2015
 Posted:  3/31/2015

Americorps Client Outreach Coordinator-Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Rebuilding Together Tulsa
Name of Job: *
Americorps Client Outreach Coordinator
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa, Oklahoma
Position Description: * Description of Community Need

Rebuilding Together Tulsa serves low-income homeowners in Tulsa City Limits, with a focus on seniors, people living with a disability and families with children. According to the US Census, 44% of Tulsa’s residents are low to moderate income. The Census identifies 135,510 individuals in the City of Tulsa living with a disability and details the Tulsa population over 65 as increasing.

Summary of Position / General Areas of Responsibility

The AmeriCorps Client Outreach Coordinator will work in the community with targeted client populations, including veterans. They will build relationships with groups that work with and have access to targeted populations, as well as working directly with potential and active clients in targeted client populations. The AmeriCorps Client Outreach Coordinator will work closely with the RTT staff when reaching out to strategic partners to increase awareness of the services Rebuilding Together Tulsa provides, build the brand and build trust with both organizations and clients in targeted neighborhoods Rebuilding Together Tulsa serves. The AmeriCorps Client Outreach Coordinator will also work on translating outreach materials into Spanish—Rebuilding Together Tulsa serves a Spanish speaking population and translation of materials will build trust in these neighborhoods, increase number of Spanish speaking applicants, clearly communicate Rebuilding Together Tulsa’s mission and available services to clients, and build the brand in targeted neighborhoods.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

• Identify and meet with organizations and neighborhood associations to identify ways to collaborate to meet the needs of clients, recruit qualified applicants, and provide accurate referral information. 
• Attend neighborhood association and organization meetings scheduled for targeted neighborhoods to increase awareness of the services Rebuilding Together Tulsa provides, recruit clients, build the brand and build trust in targeted neighborhoods. 
• Create materials for client outreach, targeting community partners in the community that serve the same constituents, including but not limited to brochures and flyers.
• Translate Rebuilding Together Tulsa materials including but not limited to client applications, brochures, and flyers to from English to Spanish. 
• Identify organizations and groups in the area that serve veterans and set up and attend meetings to build strategic partnerships with these organizations in order to increase number of qualified veteran applicants, share information about the services Rebuilding Together Tulsa provides, build trust in the veteran community and build the brand. 
• Create and implement a plan to continue partnerships with nonprofit and other organizations, neighborhood associations, and veteran service organizations.
• Assist with planning and implementation of rebuilding projects, including project logistics and hands-on repairs.
• Work to secure in-kind resources to reach targeted populations (less than 170 hours over the course of the term).

Capacity Building

By reaching out to specific underserved populations, trust and connections will be formed within these specific population groups allowing us to work collaboratively to serve more people in need. These populations include neighborhoods where a majority of the population live at or below 50% LMI and veterans who meet the low-income requirements and may live anywhere in Tulsa City Limits.

The AmeriCorps Client Outreach Coordinator will increase the number of families served in Tulsa by securing ongoing collaborative partners that will identify high client need areas. Partnerships secured will be cultivated and continue after the conclusion of the AmeriCorps service.

• Create new collaborative partnerships in the 5 currently targeted neighborhoods RTT serves.
• Identify one new neighborhood where need is great and secure new collaborative partners in that neighborhood
• Identify strategic partners for outreach to veterans and veteran families.
• Work with the program staff in the community with clients to provide direct services 

The CapacityCorps Program has several AmeriCorps Member Performance Targets for each member:

• 20 Homes: Each AmeriCorps member will repair 20 homes directly or build capacity that allows for 20 homes to be repaired, modified, or rebuilt. 
• 24 Low-Income Homeowners: Each AmeriCorps member will assist 24 low-income homeowners to live independently and age-in-place in a home with dramatically improved warmth, safety, and energy efficiency. 
• 2 Low-Income Veteran Homeowners. Each AmeriCorps member will assist 2 low-income veteran homeowners to live independently and age-in-place in a home with dramatically improved warmth, safety, and energy efficiency. 
Position Qualifications: Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

Preferred

• Experience in community outreach
• Experience/ knowledge of construction methods and home repairs
• Experience managing or working with volunteers and community organizations
• Good writing skills, ability to compose professional written communications for a variety of audiences

Required

• Proficiency with Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and use of internet
• Ability to effectively communicate, read, write, and translate Spanish
• Responsibility and ability to function in a fast-paced, detail-oriented environment
• Excellent verbal communication and comfort working on projects as part of a team
• Ability and willingness to accept direction
• Ability and willingness to be flexible

Description of Physical Demands

The AmeriCorps Client Outreach Coordinator must be able to lift 50 pounds as part of his or her duties to perform direct home repairs for the clients identified. The AmeriCorps Client Outreach Coordinator must be able to travel independently to homes to conduct home assessments, including walking, and climbing stairs. 
Position Requirements: Other Requirements

Driver’s license and clean driving record to allow use of Rebuilding Together Tulsa’s vehicle. The AmeriCorps Client Outreach Coordinator may occasionally drive a van or truck with a trailer.

Background Check

CapacityCorps members are required to pass an FBI criminal background check with fingerprints, applicable state background checks, and an NSOPW check. For more information about disqualifying findings, visit our FAQ’s on our website, www.rebuildingtogether.org/capacitycorps. 

Prohibited Activities

AmeriCorps members may not engage in any of the AmeriCorps Prohibited Activities (see below) directly or indirectly by recruiting, training, or managing others for the primary purpose of engaging in one of the activities listed below. AmeriCorps members will not recruit or coordinate volunteers for the purposes of raising funds for his/her living allowance, Rebuilding Together’s general operating expenses, or write grant applications for funding provided by CNCS or other federal agencies. 

Any volunteer recruitment, training, management, or coordination listed above as completed by the AmeriCorps member pertains to volunteers engaged in work directly related to rebuilding project implementation only.

AmeriCorps Prohibited Activities

Prohibited Activities. While charging time to the AmeriCorps program, accumulating service or training hours, or otherwise performing activities supported by the AmeriCorps program or CNCS, staff and members may not engage in the following activities (see 45 CFR § 2520.65): 

a) Attempting to influence legislation; 
b) Organizing or engaging in protests, petitions, boycotts, or strikes; 
c) Assisting, promoting, or deterring union organizing; 
d) Impairing existing contracts for services or collective bargaining agreements; 
e) Engaging in partisan political activities, or other activities designed to influence the outcome of an election to any public office; 
f) Participating in, or endorsing, events or activities that are likely to include advocacy for or against political parties, political platforms, political candidates, proposed legislation, or elected officials; 
g) Engaging in religious instruction, conducting worship services, providing instruction as part of a program that includes mandatory religious instruction or worship, constructing or operating facilities devoted to religious instruction or worship, maintaining facilities primarily or inherently devoted to religious instruction or worship, or engaging in any form of religious proselytization; 
h) Providing a direct benefit to— 
i) A business organized for profit; 
ii) A labor union; 
iii) A partisan political organization; 
iv) A nonprofit organization that fails to comply with the restrictions contained in section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 related to engaging in political activities or substantial amount of lobbying except that nothing in these provisions shall be construed to prevent participants from engaging in advocacy activities undertaken at their own initiative; and 
v) An organization engaged in the religious activities described in paragraph 3.g. above, unless CNCS assistance is not used to support those religious activities; 
i) Conducting a voter registration drive or using CNCS funds to conduct a voter registration drive; 
j) Providing abortion services or referrals for receipt of such services; and 
k) Such other activities as CNCS may prohibit. 

AmeriCorps members may not engage in the above activities directly or indirectly by recruiting, training, or managing others for the primary purpose of engaging in one of the activities listed above. Individuals may exercise their rights as private citizens and may participate in the activities listed above on their initiative, on non-AmeriCorps time, and using non-CNCS funds. Individuals should not wear the AmeriCorps logo while doing so. 
Citations: 
• 45CFR § 2520.65 -http://www.americorps.gov/help/ac_sn_all_2012/WebHelp/index.htm 
• 2012 AmeriCorps Provisions IV.D.3 - https://egrants.cns.gov/provisions/ACProvisions2012.pdf
Position Reports to:
Kelly Hall, Community Relations Manager
Hours and Salary:
40 hours a week
To Apply for this Job: *
To apply for an Americorps position with Rebuilding Together Tulsa, visit the Rebuilding Together National Website athttp://rebuildingtogether.org/whoweare/americorps/capacitycorps/.
Application Deadline: Tuesday, September 1, 2015
 Posted:  3/31/2015

Americorps Project Coordinator-Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Rebuilding Together Tulsa
Name of Job: *
Americorps Project Coordinator
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa
Position Description: * Description of Community Need

Rebuilding Together Tulsa serves low-income homeowners in Tulsa City Limits, with a focus on seniors, people living with a disability and families with children. According to the US Census, 44% of Tulsa’s residents are low to moderate income. The Census identifies 135,510 individuals in the City of Tulsa living with a disability and details the Tulsa population over 65 as increasing.

Summary of Position / General Areas of Responsibility

The AmeriCorps Project Coordinator will work to secure strategic dedicated skilled services, whether provided through volunteers, universities, associations or other avenues. These resources will increase our capacity by strategically adding additional people with specific skills to make direct service repairs on a weekly, monthly or quarterly basis. Partners will also be sought to provide specific in-kind services and/or materials. The AmeriCorps Project Coordinator will work closely with the RTT staff when reaching out to strategic partners. 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

• Work with program staff to supervise on-site skilled teams in completing hands-on repairs at project sites. 
• Purchase and deliver necessary materials and tools to volunteer teams at job locations. 
• Complete hands-on repairs and punch list activities alongside volunteers.
• Work with program staff to plan and schedule weekly rebuild projects. This may include contacting volunteer teams, coordinating supplies, and scheduling with clients. 
• Work to secure in-kind resources to reach targeted populations (less than 170 hours over the course of their term).
• Recruit new weekly skilled volunteer teams by reaching out to churches, civic organizations, and professional groups. 

Capacity Building

The AmeriCorps Project Coordinator will increase the number of families served in Tulsa by securing ongoing skilled resources that will allow the staff to work efficiently while providing direct services. Partnerships secured will be cultivated and continue after the conclusion of the AmeriCorps service.

• Secure 4 new skilled volunteer team partnerships that will work on a weekly, monthly or quarterly basis.
• Secure 2 new in-kind partnerships offering skilled services on an on-going basis (i.e. electricians, HVAC).
• Secure 1 new partner for strategic in-kind materials that can be utilized by ongoing skilled volunteer teams (i.e. wheelchair ramp materials)

The CapacityCorps Program has several AmeriCorps Member Performance Targets for each member:

• 20 Homes: Each AmeriCorps member will repair 20 homes directly or build capacity that allows for 20 homes to be repaired, modified, or rebuilt. 
• 24 Low-Income Homeowners: Each AmeriCorps member will assist 24 low-income homeowners to live independently and age-in-place in a home with dramatically improved warmth, safety, and energy efficiency. 
• 2 Low-Income Veteran Homeowners. Each AmeriCorps member will assist 2 low-income veteran homeowners to live independently and age-in-place in a home with dramatically improved warmth, safety, and energy efficiency. 
Position Qualifications: Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

Preferred
• Experience in community outreach
• Experience/ knowledge of construction methods and home repairs
• Experience managing or working with volunteers and contractors
• Good writing skills, ability to compose professional written communications for a variety of audiences

Required
• Proficiency with Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and use of internet
• Responsibility and ability to function in a fast-paced, detail-oriented environment
• Excellent verbal communication and comfort working on projects as part of a team
• Ability and willingness to accept direction
• Ability and willingness to be flexible

Description of Physical Demands

The AmeriCorps Project Coordinator must be able to lift 50 pounds as part of his or her duties to perform direct home repairs with the recruited skilled volunteer teams. The AmeriCorps Project Coordinator must be able to travel independently to homes to conduct home assessments, including walking, and climbing stairs. 
Position Requirements: Other Requirements

Driver’s license and clean driving record to allow use of Rebuilding Together Tulsa’s vehicle. The AmeriCorps Client Outreach Coordinator may occasionally drive a van or truck with a trailer.

Background Check

CapacityCorps members are required to pass an FBI criminal background check with fingerprints, applicable state background checks, and an NSOPW check. For more information about disqualifying findings, visit our FAQ’s on our website, www.rebuildingtogether.org/capacitycorps. 

Prohibited Activities

AmeriCorps members may not engage in any of the AmeriCorps Prohibited Activities (see below) directly or indirectly by recruiting, training, or managing others for the primary purpose of engaging in one of the activities listed below. AmeriCorps members will not recruit or coordinate volunteers for the purposes of raising funds for his/her living allowance, Rebuilding Together’s general operating expenses, or write grant applications for funding provided by CNCS or other federal agencies. 

Any volunteer recruitment, training, management, or coordination listed above as completed by the AmeriCorps member pertains to volunteers engaged in work directly related to rebuilding project implementation only.

AmeriCorps Prohibited Activities

Prohibited Activities. While charging time to the AmeriCorps program, accumulating service or training hours, or otherwise performing activities supported by the AmeriCorps program or CNCS, staff and members may not engage in the following activities (see 45 CFR § 2520.65): 

a) Attempting to influence legislation; 
b) Organizing or engaging in protests, petitions, boycotts, or strikes; 
c) Assisting, promoting, or deterring union organizing; 
d) Impairing existing contracts for services or collective bargaining agreements; 
e) Engaging in partisan political activities, or other activities designed to influence the outcome of an election to any public office; 
f) Participating in, or endorsing, events or activities that are likely to include advocacy for or against political parties, political platforms, political candidates, proposed legislation, or elected officials; 
g) Engaging in religious instruction, conducting worship services, providing instruction as part of a program that includes mandatory religious instruction or worship, constructing or operating facilities devoted to religious instruction or worship, maintaining facilities primarily or inherently devoted to religious instruction or worship, or engaging in any form of religious proselytization; 
h) Providing a direct benefit to— 
i) A business organized for profit; 
ii) A labor union; 
iii) A partisan political organization; 
iv) A nonprofit organization that fails to comply with the restrictions contained in section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 related to engaging in political activities or substantial amount of lobbying except that nothing in these provisions shall be construed to prevent participants from engaging in advocacy activities undertaken at their own initiative; and 
v) An organization engaged in the religious activities described in paragraph 3.g. above, unless CNCS assistance is not used to support those religious activities; 
i) Conducting a voter registration drive or using CNCS funds to conduct a voter registration drive; 
j) Providing abortion services or referrals for receipt of such services; and 
k) Such other activities as CNCS may prohibit. 

AmeriCorps members may not engage in the above activities directly or indirectly by recruiting, training, or managing others for the primary purpose of engaging in one of the activities listed above. Individuals may exercise their rights as private citizens and may participate in the activities listed above on their initiative, on non-AmeriCorps time, and using non-CNCS funds. Individuals should not wear the AmeriCorps logo while doing so. 
Citations: 
• 45CFR § 2520.65 -http://www.americorps.gov/help/ac_sn_all_2012/WebHelp/index.htm 
• 2012 AmeriCorps Provisions IV.D.3 - https://egrants.cns.gov/provisions/ACProvisions2012.pdf
Position Reports to:
Jeff Fite, Program Officer
Hours and Salary:
40 hours a week
To Apply for this Job: *
To apply for an Americorps position with Rebuilding Together Tulsa, visit Rebuilding Together's National website athttp://rebuildingtogether.org/whoweare/americorps/capacitycorps/
Application Deadline: Tuesday, September 1, 2015
 Posted:  3/31/2015

Part-Time Sales Associate (Saturday Only)-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
YWCA Oklahoma City
Name of Job: *
Part-Time Sales Associate Saturday Only
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 and one year retail experience
Position Requirements:
The position requires a motivated team player who is self-directed, professionally-mannered, has strong listening and verbal communications skills and who works well with people. 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: Thursday, April 30, 2015
 Posted:  3/30/2015

Assistant Teacher 1-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Sunbeam Family Services
Name of Job: *
Assistant Teacher 1
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City, OK
Position Description: * This position serves as classroom Assistant Teacher for an early childhood classroom with a direct focus on infants, toddlers, and pre-school age children. The Assistant Teacher will work collaboratively with a Lead Teacher to ensure the successful operation of a classroom. The Assistant Teacher also works with a team of other classroom teachers and family members to achieve positive outcomes for children of all abilities.
All employees and volunteers are expected to be sensitive to our client’s cultural and socioeconomic characteristics, reflect Sunbeam Family Services core values and to perform at Sunbeam’s standards of excellence at all times.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
-Demonstrate capacity for providing developmentally appropriate practice, for exemplifying the values expected within the program, and for promoting the mission of the organization.
-Assist in implementing Head Start/Early Head Start Performance Standards in classrooms.
-Assist in documenting volunteer activities and parent communication regarding children's functions and activities.
-Assist in organizing the classroom, according to developmental levels and individual need of the children, ensuring: (1) the development of trust and emotional security; (2) opportunities to explore a variety of sensory and motor experiences; (3) opportunities for the development of self-awareness, autonomy, and self-expression; and (4) opportunities for gross and fine motor development.
-Ensure daily or weekly observations are completed and entered in Teaching Strategies GOLD.
-Ensure individual child assessments are completed and documented for all children in classroom.
-Ensure individual child portfolios are up-to-date relative to local, state, and federal requirements.
-Assist in ensuring classrooms are homelike, safe, sanitary, and free of clutter.
-Work in a team setting with all staff to determine individual needs of children including children with disabilities or special needs.
-Consult regularly with appropriate service providers, consultants, and staff regarding child development concerns for all children including children with disabilities and special needs.
Promote the development of secure relationships with children assigned by assuring primary and continuity of care.
-Relate to children in a calm, caring, nurturing, and soothing manner, responding to all cries, babbles, and verbalizations, using appropriate child guidance techniques at all times.
-Stay involved with the children at all times during the day.
-Conduct home visits and parent/teacher conferences with each child’s family, according to program schedule, policies and procedures.
-Feed infants according to their home schedule, hold them every time they are fed, and share information about their eating with their parents daily.
-Assist with family style dining implementing family style dining according to program policy and procedures and Head Start/Early Head Start Performance Standards.
-Assist with conducting developmental screenings, as assigned.
-Assist with training parents and volunteers in planning and implementing appropriate activities.
-Assist in maintaining a clean, safe learning environment at all time.
-Greet parents and children pleasantly and appropriately, ensuring a smooth transition into the center, a positive home-center connection, and a family partnership.
-Maintain ongoing professional and appropriate communication with parents through a variety of methods and send activities home that parents can do with their children to support the curriculum and the child's learning.
-Encourage parents to become involved in workshops, training, and other Head Start/Early Head Start activities.
-Maintain and assist in maintaining accurate attendance records, food reports, in-kind reports, and other record keeping and reports, as required.
-Participate in program training, weekly staff meetings, and case management meetings.
-Assist with maintaining supplies.
-Report to work at scheduled times and maintain good attendance.
-Perform all duties in a timely and professional manner.
-Participate with a positive attitude and behavior in all program activities.
-Continue professional growth by participating in ongoing education, training programs, workshops, and conferences in an effort to provide individualized care and education to serve all children including children with disabilities and special needs.
-Perform required and other assigned duties in a manner that demonstrates compliance with Sunbeam's Culturally Competent Practice Policy as well as other agency policy and procedure and those of grants/contracts so that work of the agency is systematized and effective. 
Position Qualifications: SKILLS AND ABILITIES 
-Excellent problem solving, planning, and organizational skills.
-Detail and multi-task orientation with a strong desire to succeed.
-Must be able to cope well with stress.
-Ability to work as a cooperative and supportive team member.
-Ability to effectively communicate and cooperate with diverse families, various professionals, and community groups.
-Ability and willingness to work in a program located in a high-risk, low-income community.
-Ability to exercise discretion in handling confidential information and materials.
-Ability to communicate and respond in a manner that consistently demonstrates respect and concern.
-Must be able to remain abreast of developments in the child development field to enhance professional growth and development.
-Establish and maintain a reflective relationship for learning with the supervisor that is characterized by regularity, clear expectations, mutual sharing, and feedback about the challenges and opportunities presented in the day-to-day work. 
Position Requirements:
EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE
-High school diploma or GED required.
-Child Development Associate (CDA), Child Care Professional credential (CCP), or Certificate of Mastery (CM) required.
-Experience in child care preferred.

ADDITIONAL JOB REQUIREMENTS
-Clearance of background check and drug screen
-TB screen required
-Physical required.
-Bilingual Spanish/English ideal.
To Apply for this Job: *
Please apply online at sunbeamfamilyservices.org
Application Deadline: Thursday, April 30, 2015
 Posted: 3/30/2015 

Assistant Teacher 2-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Sunbeam Family Services
Name of Job: *
Assistant Teacher 2
What city will this job be located in? *
OKC
Position Description: * This position serves as classroom Assistant Teacher for an early childhood classroom with a direct focus on infants, toddlers, and pre-school age children. The Assistant Teacher will work collaboratively with a Lead Teacher to ensure the successful operation of a classroom. The Assistant Teacher also works with a team of other classroom teachers and family members to achieve positive outcomes for children of all abilities.

All employees and volunteers are expected to be sensitive to our client’s cultural and socioeconomic characteristics, reflect Sunbeam Family Services core values and to perform at Sunbeam’s standards of excellence at all times.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
-Demonstrate capacity for providing developmentally appropriate practice, for exemplifying the values expected within the program, and for promoting the mission of the organization.
-Assist in implementing Head Start/Early Head Start Performance Standards in classrooms.
-Assist in documenting volunteer activities and parent communication regarding children's functions and activities.
-Assist in organizing the classroom, according to developmental levels and individual need of the children, ensuring: (1) the development of trust and emotional security; (2) opportunities to explore a variety of sensory and motor experiences; (3) opportunities for the development of self-awareness, autonomy, and self-expression; and (4) opportunities for gross and fine motor development.
-Ensure daily or weekly observations are completed and entered in Teaching Strategies GOLD.
-Ensure individual child assessments are completed and documented for all children in classroom.
-Ensure individual child portfolios are up-to-date relative to local, state, and federal requirements.
-Assist in ensuring classrooms are homelike, safe, sanitary, and free of clutter.
-Work in a team setting with all staff to determine individual needs of children including children with disabilities or special needs.
-Consult regularly with appropriate service providers, consultants, and staff regarding child development concerns for all children including children with disabilities and special needs.
-Promote the development of secure relationships with children assigned by assuring primary and continuity of care.
-Relate to children in a calm, caring, nurturing, and soothing manner, responding to all cries, babbles, and verbalization, using appropriate child guidance techniques at all times.
Stay involved with the children at all times during the day.
-Conduct home visits and parent/teacher conferences with each child’s family, according to program schedule, policies and procedures.
-Feed infants according to their home schedule, hold them every time they are fed, and share information about their eating with their parents daily.
-Assist with family style dining implementing family style dining according to program policy and procedures and Head Start/Early Head Start Performance Standards.
-Assist with conducting developmental screenings, as assigned.
-Assist with training parents and volunteers in planning and implementing appropriate activities.
-Assist in maintaining a clean, safe learning environment at all time.
-Greet parents and children pleasantly and appropriately, ensuring a smooth transition into the center, a positive home-center connection, and a family partnership.
-Maintain ongoing professional and appropriate communication with parents through a variety of methods and send activities home that parents can do with their children to support the curriculum and the child's learning.
-Encourage parents to become involved in workshops, training, and other Head Start/Early Head Start activities.
-Maintain and assist in maintaining accurate attendance records, food reports, in-kind reports, and other record keeping and reports, as required.
-Participate in program training, weekly staff meetings, and case management meetings.
-Assist with maintaining supplies.
-Report to work at scheduled times and maintain good attendance.
-Perform all duties in a timely and professional manner.
-Participate with a positive attitude and behavior in all program activities.
-Continue professional growth by participating in ongoing education, training programs, workshops, and conferences in an effort to provide individualized care and education to serve all children including children with disabilities and special needs.
-Perform required and other assigned duties in a manner that demonstrates compliance with Sunbeam's Culturally Competent Practice Policy as well as other agency policy and procedure and those of grants/contracts so that work of the agency is systematized and effective. 
Position Qualifications: SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED
-Excellent problem solving, planning, and organizational skills.
-Detail and multi-task orientation with a strong desire to succeed.
Must be able to cope well with stress.
-Ability to work as a cooperative and supportive team member.
-Ability to effectively communicate and cooperate with diverse families, various professionals, and community groups.
-Ability and willingness to work in a program located in a high-risk, low-income community.
-Ability to exercise discretion in handling confidential information and materials.
-Ability to communicate and respond in a manner that consistently demonstrates respect and concern.
-Must be able to remain abreast of developments in the child development field to enhance professional growth and development.
-Establish and maintain a reflective relationship for learning with the supervisor that is characterized by regularity, clear expectations, mutual sharing, and feedback about the challenges and opportunities presented in the day-to-day work. 
Position Requirements:
EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE
-Associates degree in Early Childhood Education or a related field.
-OR working towards a Bachelors degree (BA/BS) in Early Childhood Education or a related field with a minimum of 9 credit hours specifically related to early childhood education and a total of 60 hours (documented on an official transcript) towards the BA/BS completed at hire.
-Experience in child care preferred.

ADDITIONAL JOB REQUIREMENTS
-Clearance of background check and drug screen
-TB screen required
-Physical required.
 Bilingual Spanish/English ideal.
To Apply for this Job: *
Please apply online at sunbeamfamilyservices.org
Application Deadline: Thursday, April 30, 2015
 Posted:  3/30/2015

Lead Teacher-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Sunbeam Family Services
Name of Job: *
Lead Teacher
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City, OK
Position Description: *
The Lead Teacher will work collaboratively with the Assistant Teacher(s) to ensure the successful operation of the classroom. The Lead Teacher also works with a team of other classroom teachers, staff, and family members to achieve outcomes for children of all abilities.
Position Qualifications:
-Minimum Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education or a related field required (Official Transcripts Required).

-Minimum of 6 college credits in Early Childhood Education or Child Development and 9 college credits in education, psychology, health care, nursing, or another field closely related to child growth and development required.
Position Requirements: - Knowledge of and ability to implement early childhood curriculum and developmentally appropriate practice for the specific age group and be able to remain abreast of developments in the child development field.
- Must understand regulations associated with prevention of occupational disease and injury, including the exercise of universal precautions, and the prevention of contamination
- Demonstrated leadership abilities and ability to utilize reflective supervision.
- Knowledge of and ability to assess, analyze, and interpret Early Head Start/Head Start Standards, NAEYC, State, and local licensing requirements.
- Ability to work as a cooperative and supportive team member.
- Ability to effectively communicate and cooperate with diverse families, various professionals, and community groups.
- Ability and willingness to work in a program located in a high-risk, low-income community.
- Ability to exercise discretion in handling confidential information and materials.
- Ability to communicate and respond in a manner that consistently demonstrates respect and concern.
- Must be able to remain abreast of developments in the child development field to enhance professional growth and development.

- Clearance of background check and drug screen
- TB screen required
- Physical required
- Bilingual Spanish/English ideal. 
To Apply for this Job: *
Apply online through our website sunbeamfamilyservices.org.
Application Deadline: Thursday, April 30, 2015
 Posted:  3/30/2015

Senior Companion Service Supervisor-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Sunbeam Family Services
Name of Job: *
Senior Companion Service Supervisor
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: *
The Senior Service Supervisor manages a caseload of volunteer Senior Companions and assigned
clients in accordance to funder and agency policies.
Position Qualifications:
Education and/or Experience:
B. A. with working experience with older adults preferred. Graduate degree in Social work or
closely related field preferred
Position Requirements: ESSENTIAL DUTIES:
- Demonstrate capacity for providing developmentally appropriate practice, for exemplifying the values expected within the program, and for promoting the mission of the organization.

- Oversee the work of the Senior Companions so that the work conforms to agency policy and funding contracts.

- Recruit, interview, and qualify prospective volunteer, manage volunteers, make recommendations for component transfers, implement recognition, conduct terminations, etc., of Senior Companions in accordance with job duty descriptions and personnel policies.

- Develop and implement of Companion orientation and on-going training under the direction of the Lead Service Supervisor.

- Ensure the completion of case assignment plans and ongoing coordination, support and consult
in the implementation of case assignment plans.

- Manage assigned caseload, and review and update case assignment plans for Companions and clients.

- Establish and maintain necessary working relationships with the community resources, and utilize all available resources for Companion development and for service to the client.

- Serve as contact source for requests for service from the referring agency. Perform public speaking presentations for recruitment and program public relations purposes.

- Ensure organization and oversight of case records, Companion eligibility and evaluation, and such forms and procedures as necessary to ensure the adequate operation of the program.

- Participate in Performance Quality Improvement department meetings and engage in regular performance improvement process, such as reporting and analysis of outcomes, conducting satisfaction surveys, and making recommendations for program improvement.

- Serve as on-going liaison with referring agencies maintaining adequate communication channels and ensuring that the program remains flexible and creative in the community while assuring the maintenance of a person-to-person relationship between the Senior Companions and the people to whom they are assigned.

- Provide required information for reporting to the agency, the community, funders, or persons served, including but not limited to the agency newsletter, reports to CNCS, and OKDHS.

- Other assignments as determined by the Director of Senior Services. 
To Apply for this Job: *
Please apply online at www.sunbeamfamilyservices.org.
Application Deadline: Thursday, April 30, 2015
 Posted:  3/30/2015

Development Director-Tulsa

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
Tulsa Ballet
Name of Job: *
Development Director
What city will this job be located in? *
Tulsa
Position Description: * Tulsa Ballet seeks a highly experienced fundraising professional to lead our development team. The Development Director will work with the General Manager, Managing Director and Artistic Director to create and implement a comprehensive strategy to raise funds from corporations, foundations and individuals to support the mission of Tulsa Ballet and to achieve the annual multi-million dollar revenue goals for the organization in conjunction with the strategic plan and Board goals. This position is a highly managerial and administrative position that manages all day-to-day aspects of the development team to achieve the organization’s annual and long-range fundraising goals. 

Duties include: 
• Work with senior management to develop and implement annual fundraising plan to meet annual and long range goals.
• Lead and supervise development staff and their projects and prospect lists, including: set goals and objectives and evaluate performance; work with them to develop moves management strategies for each donor on their portfolio; meet regularly with each staff member individually to coach, share information, assess progress and strategize.
• Identify potential new sources of corporate, foundation and organizational major donor support and assign staff to cultivate those relationships. Coach and evaluate staff in their regular implementation of cultivation, solicitation and stewardship activities.
• Develop and implement infrastructure for capturing, measuring and reporting the moves management strategies for all prospects assigned to staff members.
• Oversee major annual gala, including planning, tracking, reporting and coordination of event with Board committee, development team, event planner and outside vendors.
• Establish and maintain a working environment conducive to positive morale, individual style, quality, creativity and teamwork.
• Ensure department is consistently implementing the comprehensive stewardship plan with their organizational donors.
• Analyze benchmarks for fundraising efforts and track and report progress.
• Effectively manage budgeting and forecasting of revenue and expenses for all contributed revenue.
• Edit and proofread proposals and reports to donors as needed.
• Maintain close relationship with the Board of Directors, including interaction with and organizing activities of the Board of Directors and Board committees.
• Attend ballet performances and fundraising events in an effort to cultivate relationships with donors and prospects.
• Act as a strong advocate for Tulsa Ballet in the community.
• Oversee donor membership societies and ensure relevancy in the organization and the community. 
Position Qualifications: Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: 
• Leading and managing staff, including assuring goal congruence, holding staff accountable, providing coaching, and promoting training/professional development.
• Interpersonal effectiveness—demonstrated by having built collaborative, trusting relationships with stakeholders including volunteers, staff and external audiences.
• Communications—effectively communicates goals and objectives, actively listens, and understands the effectiveness of attributing credit to partners when possible, all while reflecting a strong presence and command of the issues. 
• Strong proofreading skill set.
• Planning and organizing—thinks and plans logically, and builds partnerships to efficiently and effectively achieve measurable goals.
• Ability to manage budgeting and forecasting procedures for development department.
• Flexibility and experience in building a solid fundraising program involving individuals, foundations and corporations.
• Ability to organize and prioritize fundraising activities effectively and to guide staff members in managing their individual responsibilities. 
• A proven manager who promotes teamwork, creativity and open communication. Ability and willingness to participate in events outside the traditional workday schedule (occasional evenings and weekends). 
Position Requirements:
Bachelor’s Degree and a minimum of 5 years experience working in a not-for-profit fund development office that includes experience in fundraising management, major gifts, corporate support, foundation grants, annual campaigns and direct mail. CFRE a plus. Supervisory experience required along with excellent computer skills, specifically Microsoft Office Suite. Experience utilizing Tessitura software preferred. An appreciation of ballet or other dance forms and/or professional experience in the performing arts is strongly preferred.
Position Reports to:
General Manager
Hours and Salary:
Full time
To Apply for this Job: *
To apply, email your resume in MS Word or PDF format to human.resources@tulsaballet.org. No phone calls please. EOE.

Application Deadline: Thursday, April 30, 2015
 Posted:  3/30/2015

Major Gift Officer III-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
American Red Cross
Name of Job: *
Major Gift Officer III
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * Job Summary

Identifies, engages, cultivates, solicits, and stewards current and prospective donors in expanding their financial support of the work of the American Red Cross. Responsible for meeting an annual revenue target by working with an assigned portfolio of donors and prospects to advance the mission of the organization and assist donors in creating meaning in their lives through giving to the American Red Cross

Responsibilities:

1. Develops ongoing relationships with major donors for the benefit of the American Red Cross.
2. Manages a portfolio of donors and prospects.
3. Responsible for minimum annual fundraising goal ($400,000 - 500,000 for the current fiscal year) as specified in performance standards, including both renewable gifts and new incremental revenue. Revenue target may increase due to major domestic disasters.
4. Implements programs/activities to identify, cultivate, solicit, and steward donors at the $1,000 level or higher, with an emphasis on maximizing revenue for the American Red Cross.
5. Accountable for cultivating relationships for individual fundraising, organizational fundraising or both as outlined below:
a. Individuals: Cultivates relationships with individual donors personally and by supporting volunteer leaders in peer-to-peer outreach, [if appropriate] using giving societies such as the Tiffany Circle Society of Women Leaders as a key program.
b. Organizations: Cultivates, solicits and stewards support from corporations and foundations to meet annual fundraising goals within their Regions. This includes assisting corporations in achieving their goals in strengthening their brand, marketing, and employee engagement by being proficient at clearly articulating Red Cross programs, listening to corporations’ needs and aligning programs to their interests, researching of foundations’ interests, preparing grant proposals, and engaging foundation staff and foundation board members to cultivate and solicit support for the American Red Cross.
6. Develops and executes ongoing strategy for qualifying suspects and moving them to prospect status using tools such as small cultivation events, research, and community networking, with a goal of 30% of the portfolio having been identified by the MGO.
7. Personally solicits assigned donor portfolio, including preparation of personalized materials when needed.
8. Identifies potential planned giving prospects among assigned donors and partners with Region’s assigned Gift Planning Officer to solicit those prospects.
9. Works with chapter Board members and other leadership volunteers to identify, cultivate, solicit, and steward appropriate donors.
10.May oversee and have responsibility for staff development of Major Gifts Associate(s).
11.Participates in disaster relief fundraising projects as appropriate.
12.Works collaboratively with other departments and partners with development staff at the National Office to create customized solicitation strategies matching the objectives of the organization and interests of the donor/prospect.
13.Updates donor records in region and/or chapter database and Salesforce.com following donor contacts.
14.Assists in other financial development projects as assigned.
15.It is the responsibility of all Red Cross staff members to recruit, train and work with volunteers and to treat all clients, volunteers, guests, and other employees in a courteous and respectful manner at all times while maintaining a cooperative atmosphere for everyone. It is expected that each member of the regional management team to work with a volunteer counterpart to ensure key volunteers are utilized and ensure depth within the function.
16.Carries out any additional assignments required to fulfill the Mission of the American Red Cross.

Essential Functions/Physical Requirements:

Depending on work assignment, may require ordinary ambulatory skills sufficient to visit other locations; or the ability to stand, walk and manipulate (lift, carry, move) light to medium weights of up to 20 pounds. Requires good hand-eye coordination, arm, hand and finger dexterity, including ability to grasp, and visual acuity to use a keyboard, operate equipment and read technical information. Overall mobility is essential. May include sitting for long periods of time, driving a vehicle and working under challenging conditions.

Work Conditions:
Work is performed indoors with some potential for exposure to safety and health hazards related to emergency services relief work. May travel and participate in meetings and conferences throughout chapter jurisdiction, state and Red Cross system. Because the Red Cross is a disaster response organization, staff may be asked to be on 24-hour call during period of major disaster.

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and duties required.

Education: Bachelor’s degree required; advanced degree is highly desirable. 

Experience: Minimum 5 years of major gifts leadership experience. Corporate and/or Business-to-Business sales leadership experience may be substituted for fundraising experience. Significant expertise with the area’s funding community highly desirable. Progressive experience in successful development programs and knowledge of “best practices” in development.
Management Experience: Not applicable.

Skills and Abilities: Ability to relate well and work effectively with multiple constituencies and audiences. Excellent verbal and written skills, including strict attention to detail. Strong multi-tasking and problem-solving skills. A team player committed to developing and working within a collaborative environment and to ensuring the highest customer service orientation. Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and perform under tight deadlines. Knowledge of office systems: MS-Office preferred and fundraising database systems.

Other: None. 

Travel: This position requires a limited amount of travel within the region. The amount will vary depending upon the size and geography of the region. 
Position Qualifications: •Bachelor’s degree required; advanced degree highly preferred

•Minimum of 5 years’ major gifts leadership experience with an established track record of proactively growing philanthropic revenue from diverse constituencies; corporate and/or B2B sales leadership experience may substitute for fundraising experience

•Significant expertise with the Southwest New Jersey, funding community highly desirable

•Knowledge of Microsoft Office and fundraising database systems (e.g., Raiser’s Edge or Salesforce.com)

•Exemplary commitment to collaborative leadership with heavy focus on customer service and relating well with multiple constituencies 
Position Requirements:
Requisition Number: 

CHAP48308
Position Reports to:
Development/Fundraising
Hours and Salary:
8am-5pm
To Apply for this Job: *
https://www.americanredcross.apply2jobs.com/ProfExt/index.cfm?fuseaction=mExternal.showJob&RID=53219&CurrentPage=1
Application Deadline: Thursday, April 30, 2015
 Posted:  3/30/2015

Major Gift Officer A-OKC

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Name of Hiring Nonprofit: *
American Red Cross
Name of Job: *
Major Gift Officer A
What city will this job be located in? *
Oklahoma City
Position Description: * Job Summary:

Identifies, engages, cultivates, solicits, and stewards current and prospective donors in expanding their financial support of the work of the American Red Cross. Responsible for meeting an annual revenue target by working with an assigned portfolio of donors and prospects to advance the mission of the organization and assist donors in creating meaning in their lives through giving to the American Red Cross.

Responsibilities:

1. Strategy: Develops and executes ongoing strategy for qualifying suspects and moving them to prospect status using tools such as small cultivation events, research and community networking, with a goal of 30% of the portfolio having been identified by the MGO. Works collaboratively with other departments and partners with development staff at the National Office to create customized solicitation strategies matching the objectives of the organization and interests of the donor/prospect.

2. Fundraising Targets and Portfolio Management: Manages a portfolio of donors and prospects. Responsible for minimum annual fundraising goal ($350,000 for the current fiscal year) as specified in performance standards, including both renewable gifts and new incremental revenue. Personally solicits assigned donor portfolio, including preparation of personalized materials when needed. Revenue target may increase due to major domestic disasters. 

3. Prospect Development: Works with community Board members and other leadership volunteers to identify, cultivate, solicit and steward appropriate donors. Identifies potential planned giving prospects among assigned donors and partners with Region’s assigned Gift Planning Officer to solicit those prospects. Implements programs/activities to identify, cultivate, solicit and steward donors at the $2,500 level or higher, with an emphasis on maximizing revenue for the American Red Cross. Updates donor records in region and/or district database and Salesforce.com following donor contacts. 

4. Relationship Development: Develops ongoing relationships with major donors for the benefits of the American Red Cross. Accountable for cultivating relationships for individual fundraising, organizational fundraising or both as outlined below:

a. Individuals: Cultivates relationships with individual donors personally and by supporting volunteer leaders in peer-to-peer outreach, (if appropriate) using giving societies such s the Tiffany Circle Society of Women Leaders as a key program.

b. Organizations: Cultivates, solicits and stewards support from corporations and foundations to meet annual fundraising goals within their Regions. This includes assisting corporations in achieving their goals in strengthening their brand, marketing, and employee engagement by being proficient at clearly articulating Red Cross programs, listening to corporations’ needs and aligning programs to their interests, preparing grant proposals, and engaging foundation staff and foundation board members to cultivate and solicit support for the American Red Cross.

5. Other: Participates in disaster relief fundraising projects as appropriate. May oversee and have responsibility for staff development. 

6. It is the responsibility of all Red Cross staff members to recruit, train and work with volunteers and to treat all clients, volunteers, guests, and other employees in a courteous and respectful manner at all times while maintain a cooperative atmosphere for everyone. It is expected that each member of the regional management team to work with a volunteer counterpart to ensure key volunteers are utilized and ensure depth within the function.

7. Carries out any additional assignments required to fulfill the mission of the American Red Cross.

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and duties required.

Essential Functions/Physical Requirements:

Depending on work assignment, may require ordinary ambulatory skills sufficient to visit other locations; or the ability to stand, walk and manipulate (lift, carry, move) light to medium weights of up to 20 pounds. Requires good hand-eye coordination, arm, hand and finger dexterity, including ability to grasp, and visual acuity to use a keyboard, operate equipment and read technical information. Overall mobility is essential. May include sitting for long periods of time, driving a vehicle and working under challenging conditions.

Work Conditions:
Work is performed indoors with some potential for exposure to safety and health hazards related to emergency services relief work. May travel and participate in meetings and conferences throughout chapter jurisdiction, state and Red Cross system. Because the Red Cross is a disaster response organization, staff may be asked to be on 24-hour call during period of major disaster.

As an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer, well-qualified women, minorities, veterans and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply. 
Position Qualifications: Education: Bachelor’s degree required; advanced degree is highly desirable.

Experience: Minimum 2 years of major gifts leadership experience. Corporate and/or Business-to-Business sales leadership experience may be substituted for fundraising experience. Significant expertise with the area’s funding community highly desirable. Progressive experience in successful development programs and knowledge of “best practices” in development. 

Skills and Abilities: Ability to relate well and work effectively with multiple constituencies and audiences. Excellent verbal and written skills. Knowledge of office systems: MS-Office preferred and fundraising database systems (e.g., Raiser’s Edge, Salesforce.com). A team player committed to developing and working within a collaborative environment and to ensuring the highest customer service orientation.

Travel: Requires frequent travel within the Region. The amount will vary depending upon size and geography of region. 
Position Requirements:
Requisition Number: CHAP53647
Position Reports to:
Development/Fundraising
Hours and Salary:
8am-5pm
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Application Deadline: Thursday, April 30, 2015
 Posted:  3/30/2015