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Jun 19 2018

AmeriCorps Volunteer Infrastructure Project (VIP) Fellow

Inland Empire United Way - Rancho Cucamonga

Term of Service: September 2018 – July 2019 AmeriCorps VIP Fellow positions are 11-month national service opportunities offered by Inland Empire United Way in partnership with the Community for National and Community Service and CalSERVES. To apply, please email your cover letter and resume to Alisa Lemke at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Position Summary VIP Fellows will increase the number of high-value (skilled and corporate) volunteers providing services to nonprofit and educational organizations that serve children, youth and families. The VIP Fellow will build capacity within the Partner Site volunteer program to provide support, skills and resources that volunteers need to be successful. VIP Fellows work as part of a team to coordinate volunteer programs, and to coach and support a cadre of high-value volunteers. Your primary role as a VIP Fellow is developing your site’s volunteer program and bringing resources of highly-skilled volunteers to the children and families served by the program. You will spend time in the community, building partnerships and forging lasting relationships. The position is a valuable opportunity to develop and apply your leadership and community organizing skills to make a lasting difference in the lives of children, youth, their families, and the local community. As a VIP Fellow, you will gain exposure to the nonprofit sector and will be able to expand your career skills while giving back in a meaningful way. Inland Empire United Way is looking to recruit a cohort of AmeriCorps Fellows for the Volunteer Infrastructure Project (VIP) to be placed in the Inland Empire, serving in communities such as Rancho Cucamonga, Fontana, Pomona, Redlands, and surrounding areas. Work Environment Duties take place at multiple locales throughout the Inland Empire with training seminars in designated locations. Position requires occasional travel. Must be able to work indoors and outdoors, as well as some night and weekend hours. Schedule Requirements • Full-time 11-month commitment with a minimum of 1700 hours that will include evenings and weekends, and occasional travel, beginning in September 2018 • Must maintain regular and acceptable attendance as determined by the AmeriCorps program and Partner Site Essential Functions • Develop and implement a volunteer program that engages high-value volunteers, particularly specialized/skilled volunteers and volunteers who take on leadership roles in the organization • Develop business partnerships that provide support for the Partner Site • Recruit and train community members as volunteers to support the infrastructure of programs based on the Partner Site’s goals and needs • Track volunteer program and infrastructure development at the Partner Site • Serve side-by-side with volunteers to provide guidance, better understand the clients’ needs, and improve the volunteer experience • Participate in program-required trainings and development opportunities, including orientation, regular meetings with your local VIP team, two regional trainings (travel and overnight stay may be required), and online trainings • Resource cultivation (e.g., grant solicitation, sponsorship support, etc.) to support your site’s volunteer program • Participate in three National Days of Service supporting the community Secondary Duties • Positively represent VIP and Inland Empire United Way in a variety of settings, including recruitment opportunities, staff meetings, trainings and service events • Assist with other program and community building activities at the Partner Site ...
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Jun 18 2018

Development Manager, Desert Communities Region

Inland Empire United Way - Rancho Cucamonga

Inland Empire United Way is a leading nonprofit organization devoted to strengthening the Inland Empire by investing in the lives and futures of those in need. By operating several direct service programs and collaborating with a network of strong community partners, IEUW seeks to build brighter futures for youth and families in the areas of education, health, and financial stability. IEUW seeks talented, motivated team members who are passionate about improving our community and who are looking to be part of a dynamic team working to make EPIC changes in the Inland Empire. Program Description Inland Empire United Way is committed to engage the community to improve the lives and futures of those in need by strategically investing in education, health and financial stability. By partnering with a network of local nonprofit organizations, Inland Empire United Way delivers critical services and funding to our community, connects individuals in crisis with needed resources through 211 and increases the power of local charities by providing dedicated volunteers. Position Overview The Development Manager serves as the primary spokesperson for IEUW in the Desert Communities region and is responsible for achieving fundraising goals and objectives for the region. This individual will provide strategic and collaborative leadership focused on building awareness of IEUW’s role in the community and identify new funding sources for the organization. Responsibilities include building and growing relationships with corporate and community partners, coordinating fundraising campaigns, serving as the primary contact for the region and assisting with fundraising activities and events throughout the year. This full-time, non-exempt position reports to the Director of Development. Essential Functions • Assume a leadership role responsible for achieving the annual fundraising goals and objectives that support the overall mission of IEUW, particularly focused on the DC region • Represent IEUW at community functions and speaking engagements, presenting a professional image and advocating for effective community impact • Identify, cultivate and solicit donors and prospective donors in the DC region, including individuals, businesses, foundations/private grants and government sources • Facilitate planning and implementation of fundraising events and annual workplace giving campaigns to produce increased resource development results • Develop and implement goals and strategies for new business development • Conduct a significant number of one-on-one contact calls/visits per week with new business development prospects to build/maintain year-round relationships • Facilitate employee workplace giving throughout the region through company prospect development, relationship management, campaign planning, establishment of company goals, campaign presentations and collection of employee pledge results • Develop and maintain strong effective relationships with the CEO, Campaign Coordinators and other key employees within the company to provide quality customer service • Annually prepare and review a comprehensive analysis for each assigned account • Provide training, direction and support to Campaign Coordinators, including goal setting, task identification, establishing leadership support, motivating, scheduling and recognition • Review and monitor campaigns during and upon completion to identify problem areas and determine solutions • Maintain accurate and complete records on assigned accounts, reflecting changes in key personnel, number of employees, campaign history and frequency of contacts • Identify and implement strategies for building awareness of United Way’s brand and impact in the DC region, including representing and speaking at various community functions and networking groups • In coordination with the Marketing Manager, assist in the development of marketing messages, campaigns and materials for effectively communicating IEUW’s impact and call to action through printed material, website, media relations, social networking and other emerging technologies • Research, develop and implement strategies to improve fundraising impact, efficiency, and cost effectiveness to ensure the goals of the annual campaign are met • Track, follow-up, and collect funds, campaign results and pledges from companies/employees for submission to the Finance Department Secondary Functions • Provide support for IEUW events and activities • Other duties as assigned ...
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Jun 18 2018

Program Coordinator, Desert Communities Region

Inland Empire United Way - Rancho Cucamonga

Inland Empire United Way (IEUW) is a leading nonprofit organization devoted to strengthening our local community by investing in the lives and futures of those in need. By operating several direct service programs and collaborating with a network of strong community partners, IEUW seeks to build brighter futures for the youth and families in the areas of education, health, and financial stability. IEUW seeks talented, motivated team members who are enthusiastic about improving our community, and who are looking to be part of a dynamic team working to make epic changes in the Inland Empire. Program Description Inland Empire United Way’s Community Programs Department develops, implements and manages programs meeting IEUW’s community impact goals in the areas of education, health and financial stability. This work is accomplished through United Way-managed programs provided in partnership with local companies, schools, community organizations and volunteers as well as through an annual competitive grant-making process to local community partners. Programs include IEUW’s School Tools, Kids Pack, Launch Point, ieReads, and ieVolunteers. Position Overview This position coordinates daily program operations, manages volunteers and provides general support to help facilitate IEUW-managed events and programs. This full-time, non-exempt position reports to the Director of Community Programs and will be stationed in IEUW’s Apple Valley office. Essential Functions – 85% • Coordinate daily operations of the Kids Pack program, including but not limited to, maintaining student database, school district partner relations, ordering food/supplies, preparation of food bins for delivery • Coordinate operations of the School Tools program, including but not limited to, school/district relations, and the pick-up, assembly and distribution of supplies • Coordinate operations of the Launch Point program, including but not limited to, organizing business leader presentations, parent information nights, college tours, or job readiness workshops with local schools • Coordinate operations of the ieReads program, including but not limited to organizing Read Across America Day activities and story time events. • Promote and coordinate drives and special campaigns (i.e. Bag Childhood Hunger, School Tools Supply Drives, Book Drives) • Ensure a clean and safe environment for all program and volunteer events • Train and manage scheduled volunteers in set-up, check-in, orientation and facilitation of program operations • Develop and maintain positive relationships with volunteers • Collect necessary data for program evaluation • Provide monthly and annual programmatic updates • General clerical duties may include faxing, copying, message handling, filing, and data input • Successfully maintain performance parameters and improve skills through various means • Support the Resource Development Department in building relationships to create new and maintain existing partnerships, including public presentations and tours Secondary Functions – 20% • Aid with the development and implementation of IEUW special events and activities • Serve as support staff for IEUW-managed volunteer projects and take active role for Days of Service events • Represent IEUW at community meetings, networks and collaborative efforts that impact the areas of education, health and financial stability • Other duties as assigned • Complete community-building tasks as approved by supervisor or as necessary to further the mission of the department and the overall organization ...
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Jun 14 2018

Accounting Specialist

Family Service Association - Moreno Valley

Accounting Specialist Salary: $18.00 per hour – Non Exempt Position plus benefits (Benefits include Health, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, EAP, 403 Retirement, Vacation, Sick, And Holiday Pay) Summary: Under general supervision, performs professional accounting duties in the analysis, preparation, and maintenance of financial records and reports including the general ledger, bank reconciliations and fixed assets. Essential Duties: 1. Reviews, analyzes, balances, and/or reconciles general ledger accounts and other accounting transactions. 2. Performs accounting functions related to general ledger maintenance; identifies and researches issues, errors and problems and develops and provides recommendations for correction. 3. Prepares journal entries for posting and performs closing procedures related to monthly/year-end financial statements. 4. Performs reconciliations of account/fund balances to the general ledger. 5. Prepares monthly reconciliations of bank statements, petty cash funds, cash receipts and disbursements. 6. Maintains and reviews fixed asset and other related accounts; including account analysis, depreciation schedules; and reconciliation of subsidiary ledger to general ledger. 7. Provides accurate and timely information and assistance to customers; researches and handles inquiries from customers. 8. Assists in the preparation of audit schedules and other related information for both the organization’s annual audit of financial data as well as required program audits as required. 9. Performs routine financial analysis supported by data; writes business reports based on the financial analysis 10. Perform routine budget analysis, familiar with basic budgeting processes and assumptions 11. Familiar with basic cost accounting principles and models 12. Contributes to a strong customer service culture with a positive attitude and professional commitment to assist the Department’s Customers 13. Punctual and Regular Attendance 14. Other duties as assigned Reports to: Accounting Supervisor Minimum Qualifications: 15. Bachelor’s Degree preferred 16. Three (3) years accounting experience through financials (nonprofit sector preferred) 17. Excellent communication skills (written and oral); detail oriented 18. Computer literate and adaptable 19. Ability to promote a positive team oriented atmosphere 20. Ability to maintain confidentiality 21. Background Fingerprint Clearance 22. Drug Test Clearance 23. Ability to read and write English and to communicate at the level required for successful job performance. Licenses & Certifications: CA Driver’s License, reliable transportation, and current automobile insurance CPR Certification (will train) Physical & Mental Demands and Expectations: Contribute to the organization culture of the department with a positive attitude and professional demeanor Ability to multi-task and stay focused with many interruptions Ability to deal with many different personalities Ability to stay composed under difficult situations Working at desk for extended periods of time ...
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Jun 13 2018

President/CEO

Inland Valley Hope Partners - Pomona

Inland Valley Hope Partners (Hope Partners), an organization celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, is currently seeking a President/CEO. Hope Partners (www.inlandvalleyhopepartners.org) supports over 75,000 individuals every year in San Bernardino County and east Los Angeles County, with a mission to heal the community of homelessness and hunger. Hope Partners brings together faith communities, businesses, individuals and community groups to provide food, shelter and supportive needs. The President/CEO, in conjunction with the Board of Directors and committees of Hope Partners, has the overall management responsibility for the functioning of the agency. TYPICAL RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE: • In cooperation with Board, Committees and Staff members: o Plans and facilitates the operation of ongoing programs (food & shelter) and the development of new programs relating to the overall mission of the agency. o Speaks on behalf of the agency at faith communities, schools, businesses, and other community/strategic organizations. o Establishes strategic relationships with public, private and community-based organizations that help further the mission, vision and core values of Hope Partners. o Directs the ecumenical, interfaith and community relations, including involving new faith communities, businesses and community groups o Interprets and responds to the needs of faith communities and businesses, and connects these to the goals of the agency o Maintains ongoing relationships with faith communities, ministerial associations, other ecumenical and interfaith organizations, community organizations and coalitions that share programmatic concerns. • Supervises and guides the agency staff and all human resource functions, including staff evaluation, staff development, maintaining the appropriate number and type of paid employees for the programs. • Supports the Board of Directors in the governance of the organization: o Works with the Board and appropriate committees to assure a stable financial base for the agency’s operations. o Facilitates the development of both short and long-term goals. • In collaboration with the Board, Development and Finance Committees: o Works with the Board and committees to develop and maintain a stable financial base for the organization’s programs and overall operation, including initiating funding strategies, capital campaigns, planned giving and endowment programs. o Develops strategic contacts within the community to support the financial needs of the agency. o Encourages and maintains financial support from faith communities. o Oversees the grant process, ensures appropriate grant administration and supervises all other fund raising efforts. o Develops and monitors the agency’s budget o Reports monthly financial performance to the Finance Committee, and to the board. o Facilitates annual audit. • In conjunction with the Program Staff and appropriate volunteers: o Directs the development of program analysis and evaluation models. o Directs the development of client outcomes measurement models. o Oversees efforts that lead to client success. ...
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Jun 13 2018

Lead Teacher

Family Service Association - Cabazon, CA

CAREER OPPORTUNITY (2) Positions available Job Title: Lead Teacher Infant and Toddler / Preschool FLSA Status: Non-Exempt, Full time 40 hours per week Salary/Pay Rate: $18.00 - $24.00 per hour Reports To: Director Location: Site may vary Benefits: Health, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, 403b Retirement, EAP, Sick, Vacation, Holiday Pay ABOUT FSA Family Service Association (FSA) has been a leader among non-profits serving families in need since 1953. Over the years, FSA has responded to the changing dynamics of families. Our mission is “Building community one family at a time, through compassion, advocacy and comprehensive model services, fostering self-sufficiency and sustainable impacts.” FSA operates ten Child Development sites throughout Riverside County, serving children ages 8 weeks to 5 years old. Position Overview The Lead Teacher assumes responsibility for the general supervision, development, education and assessment of children. Supervises one classroom and up to five staff. General Responsibilities A. Assumes all duties of the Associate Teachers and Classroom Assistants when necessary. B. Administrative • Plans, supervises and implements the program in accordance with the policies and philosophy of FSA. • Complete and maintain reports. Documentation of absence logs, health checks, ratios, meal counts, injury reports, unusual mark reports, DRDP, ERS, and lesson plans. • Works with the director scheduling staff according to teacher/child ratio and site needs. • Reviews and evaluates the performance of the Associate Teacher(s) and Classroom Assistant(s) as assigned on a monthly and yearly basis. • Responsible for meeting all licensing regulations, agency policies and procedures. • Assists Center Director: supervision of staff, conducting parent orientation, conducting PAC meetings, conducting site meetings, attending agency functions and other areas as assigned. • Responsible for conducting a DRDP assessments on each child within 60 days of their start date and every 6 months thereafter. C. Health and Safety • Maintains all Title 22 safety standards • Provides and maintains a pleasant, safe, and clean learning environment for children D. Direct Service • Plan the educational curriculum utilizing DAP, Desired Results, the Preschool Learning Foundations, the Preschool Curriculum Framework and research techniques to support the early care and education program for children 2 – 5 years and in an atmosphere that is respectful of young children. (Applies to Preschool age). • Plan the educational curriculum utilizing DAP, Desired Results, the Infant Toddler Learning Foundations, Program for Infant Toddler Caregivers (PITC), Resources for Infant Caregivers (RIE) philosophies, current research and techniques to support the early care and education program for children 6 weeks – 3 years and in an atmosphere that is respectful of young children. (Applies to Infant and Toddler age) • Create and maintain portfolio assessments for each child enrolled in class. • Create lesson plans that specify themes, activities and learning centers where experiences in art, large and small motor physical development, dramatic play, science, language (both receptive and expressive) using Guided Language Acquisition Design (GLAD), nutrition/health, social-emotional, and multi-cultural competency. • Develop a daily schedule that allows for a variety of activities that support all aspects of the child’s development including indoor and outdoor supporting large and small/fine motor development. E. Agency Promotion. • Works as a member of the agency team by promoting the mission and philosophy of the organization. • Participates in activities that further own professional growth, averaging a minimum of 21 hours per year to maintain permit and helps to keep skills current. • Gives tours of the site and classrooms as needed. • Maintains and encourages professional, positive, constructive communication with staff and families. ...
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Jun 10 2018

Research Associate

LF Leadership - Claremont

Responsibilities • Design and administer survey-based developmental assessments of individual leadership, team effectiveness, and organizational processes using a combination of published validated scales, our own proprietary instruments, and project-specific measures. • Conduct statistical analyses of survey data and design effective data visualizations of results. • Compile, clean, and support analysis of qualitative data collected through surveys, interviews, focus groups, or other means. • Interpret data in collaboration with other project team members and/or clients. Present key findings clearly and with concise, actionable interpretation that is understandable to lay people. • Conduct occasional literature reviews on selected topics, synthesizing research findings to inform design of research and interventions. • Support LF Leadership’s ongoing organizational learning, development of intellectual property, and contributions to the field including psychometric validation of proprietary scales and conducting research for white papers or reports. • Actively track and keep the team informed on relevant current research, literature, and content pertaining to leadership development, coaching, capacity building, systemic change strategies, industry trends relevant to major clients. • Other activities based on LF Leadership’s needs and the individual’s skills and interests. Compensation This position pays $25/hour. The RA will work as an independent contractor with a time commitment ranging from roughly 2 to 10 hours per week depending on project workflows, with potential to grow. The RA will be responsible for providing his/her own work space, computer, phone, and other equipment, and may set his/her own work hours (within constraints of required meetings and project timelines). Non-monetary compensation will include leadership coaching, career mentoring, on-the-job learning, and if a student, internship supervision or opportunities for pursuing research interests. We actively work to develop our associates both professionally and personally. We have a developmental path defined for associates to move into direct consulting/coaching roles, at commensurately higher pay rates. Our business is growing rapidly, and it is our sincere hope that you will grow with us. About LF Leadership We are a coaching and consulting firm dedicated to promoting development of collective leadership capacity for systemic change using methods that are integral in their approach, systemic in their scope, and pragmatic in their intent. Our vision is a world of organizations and communities that recognize and foster dignity, self-determination, and authenticity for all. Since 2005 we have assisted over 100 clients in achieving organizational and individual goals through clarity of purpose, increased alignment, and empowering systems to enable collaborative action. Our clients include nonprofits, social enterprises, corporations, and public entities across the Los Angeles metropolitan area, nationally, and internationally. ...
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Jun 10 2018

Client Service Associate

LF Leadership - Claremont

LF Leadership is seeking a Client Service Associate (CSA) who is passionate about developing collective capacity for transformational leadership in individuals, teams, organizations, and communities. Purpose We are seeking to identify one or more individuals to play the crucial role of providing project management and logistical support on multiple consulting projects in client environments in order to advance several of our current strategic priorities: • Position ourselves as thought leaders in our field by consistently providing outstanding value and impact to our current customers. • Create sustainable, scalable systems by coordinating scheduling and logistics for client, partner, and sales meetings. In other words, keep the trains running on time. • Deepen and leverage our talent by supporting organizational learning and helping to develop our own internal professional community of practice. Primary Responsibilities • Support project management of client engagements, including project planning, tracking status of team members’ tasks, monitoring timelines, milestones, and deadlines to keep the consulting team on track. • Assist in planning and preparation of materials for meetings and client retreats. Provide thorough follow up after meetings, including summarizing and sharing meeting outputs. • Coordinate meeting logistics for coaching sessions, interviews, check-in calls, and meetings with clients or stakeholders, including scheduling, consistent follow-up to ensure client response and reminders to attendees, and distribution of relevant preparatory material as requested by consultants or associates. • Assist the consulting team in designing presentations and retreat sessions, including opportunities to present based on the individual’s skills and interest. • Develop draft versions of work products for clients, including reports, training curricula. • Support development of a community of practice network among LF Leadership’s consultants and associates to strengthen shared learning, strategy, and culture. • Other activities based on LF Leadership’s needs and the individual’s skills and interests. Compensation This position pays $20/hour. The CSA will work as an independent contractor with a time commitment ranging from 5 to 20 hours per week depending on project workflow. The CSA is responsible for providing his/her own work space, computer, phone, car (with insurance), and other equipment, and may set his/her own work hours (within constraints of required meetings and project timelines). Non-monetary compensation will include leadership coaching, career mentoring, on-the-job learning, and if a student, internship supervision or opportunities for pursuing research interests. We actively work to develop our associates both professionally and personally. We have a developmental path defined for associates to move into direct consulting/coaching roles, at commensurately higher pay rates. Our business is growing rapidly, and it is our sincere hope that you will grow with us. About LF Leadership We are a coaching and consulting firm dedicated to promoting development of collective leadership capacity for systemic change. Our vision is a world of organizations and communities that recognize and foster dignity, self-determination, and authenticity for all. Since 2005 we have assisted over 100 clients in achieving organizational and individual goals through clarity of purpose, increased alignment, and empowering systems to enable collaborative action. Our clients include nonprofits, social enterprises, corporations, and public entities across the Los Angeles metropolitan area, nationally, and internationally. ...
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Jun 05 2018

Contract Specialist

Family Service Association - Moreno Valley

Contract Specialist Salary: $18.00 - $23.00/ per hour (Non-Exempt) Summary: Under supervision, plans, coordinates, and evaluates agency contract and grants for programs that depend on funding for their essential operation. Manages contracts for professional services, consultant services, or program funding to ensure compliance. Review related policies and procedures for overall management of contracts/grant performance. Develop and maintain contract/grant management system for tracking and compliance. Essential Duties: 1. Act as the primary liaison with funding agencies and internal staff (program, fiscal and operations) on contracts issues. 2. Develop and maintain agency master contracts and filing data base system (electronic and hard copy) to ensure accurate, well organized and easily retrievable information. 3. Review contract renewals for contract language and requirement changes or modifications and notify all involved FSA staff of the changes prior to signing agreement/contract. 4. Process, coordinate review of, and manage timely submissions of signed contracts and amendments to funding agencies. 5. Manage a system to ensure timely completion and receipt of required contract and grant reports and maintain copies of all required report submissions (both program and fiscal) and maintain proof of submission in the master contracts file for audit. 6. Research and analyze contract terms and provide feedback to executive management and agency administrators as requested. 7. Assist administrators and programs staff in startup policies and procedures development and start up activities for newly awarded contracts and programs. 8. Work with internal staff to develop templates for standardized MOUs, leases, and operational agreements and assist staff with modification of MOUs and operational agreements as needed for new and existing relationships with partner organizations. 9. Monitor subcontractor agreements related to program contracts (where FSA is the lead agency) in collaboration with program staff to ensure that subcontractors remain in compliance with subcontract terms and that subcontract agreements meet all the requirements of the funding agency ensuring FSA’s overall compliance with the main funding source contract. 10. Monitor program grants and contracts to ensure compliance with governing and agency requirements. 11. Oversee and coordinate the scheduling and information gathering for internal and external compliance audits and ensure results are shared with key personnel as appropriate. 12. Establish methods and monitoring process to enhance the agency’s ability to proactively manage and mitigate relevant compliance risk areas. 13. Contribute to the organization culture of the department with a positive attitude and professional demeanor. 14. Perform Continuous Quality Improvement reviews of assigned areas of responsibility to ensure tasks are performed in the most efficient and accurate manner. 15. Punctual and Regular Attendance 16. Other duties as assigned. Reports to: Chief Operating Officer ...
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Jun 04 2018

Executive Director

Riverside Rape Crisis Center - Riverside

The Riverside Area Rape Crisis Center (RARCC) leads a talented team of experts in the fields of victim services, crisis intervention, education, and public policy. RARCC has a solid reputation for 24/7 responsiveness and quality services through partnerships and collaborations at the local, state and national levels. The center’s comprehensive program includes numerous education programs, counseling, crisis intervention and advocacy for those whose lives have been affected by sexual violence. Essential Responsibilities and Duties: • Leads, manages and oversees the daily operations and business activities to ensure they produce the desired results and are consistent with the vision, mission, values of the RARCC • Recruits, leads, coaches, and develops the organization’s management team, staff, and volunteers • Supervises all programs • Coordinates fundraising for the agency and serve as the primary development officer • Provide fiscal management for the agency • Establishes collaborative relationships with other community agencies and service providers • Represents the agency in association with other agencies, with the media, at volunteer events, at fundraising events, and with donors. • Communicates effectively with staff, clients, community members and the board of directors. ...
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