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Jobs - Eastern San Bernardino Valley/Mountains

Sep 18 2017

Executive Director

Building A Generation - Redlands

The Case Manager will provide direct case management activities within the Family Resource Center. Case Manager will also assist in the monitoring and evaluation of programs while developing and maintaining strong collaborative relationships with other community resources and partners. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: o Mange a caseload of up to but not limited to 25 clients o Conduct comprehensive client assessment to develop appropriate service plans o Esure case management is delivered effectively and compliment the needs of target population. o Help monitor programs and services within grant and organization guidelines. o Assist with networking and increasing knowledge of the organization to the community. o Assist with evaluating activities of Family Resource Centers o Ensure organization program models, strategies are implemented (Case Management, Family Strengthening, Strength-based) e o Provide crisis intervention to clients when necessary and assist interns with client needs as necessary. o Maintain a working knowledge of the scope and objectives of program activities & goals o Develop and nurture relationships with program site personnel, families, referral agencies, and integral community members. o Maintain timely documentation of services and meet deadlines o Participate in program sustainability activities including organization community presentations, fundraisers o Participate in organization-wide growth and staff development activities, such as trainings, community collaborations, and community events. o Perform other duties as assigned. ...
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Aug 30 2017

Deputy Director

NHSIE - San Bernardino

Position Summary: This position reports to and partners closely with the Executive Director to achieve the organization’s mission and vision. The Deputy Director leads organizational effectiveness by managing operational functions of finance, accounting, contracts, human resources, IT, and marketing and supervises staff and contractors in these areas. Ensures smooth operations between the external accounting firm and NHSIE. This position also supervises lines of business leads and provides oversight of their business goals, alignment of goals to support mission and performance toward goals. The Deputy Director shares the responsibility with the Executive Director for profitability and loss, including proactive cash flow management. Assists with the development and implementation of a comprehensive funds development program with current grant programs/funders along with foundations and new sources, as determined. Manages and assists with developing resources for general operating, salary and property related funds. Oversees compliance so that we remain in good standing with all funder/government/partner requirements. Tracks and reports all general operating and salary related resources. The incumbent demonstrates a passion for the mission of the organization, dedication to the customers we serve and enables excellent client and partner relations. Assists with general marketing and visibility of the organization build and maintains key customer relationships and support the Executive Director in identifying business opportunities. The Deputy Director focuses on the continual process and operations improvements, oversees daily operations, planning, quality control, and develops and monitors the use of resources. Creates Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), develops tracking and reporting processes and tools and develops information flows. He/she will manage the HR lifecycle - from resource planning to recruiting, onboarding, performance management, and professional development. He selected candidate will actively engage direct reports to develop business goals, track progress toward goals, and increase their effectiveness and efficiency of leaders. Essential Job Functions: Operations Management: • Optimizes operational systems, processes and policies, management reporting, information flow, business process improvement and organizational planning. • Fosters improved collection and use of client and industry data for strategic business decisions and storytelling. • Supports creation of financial reports and projects budgets as required. • Improves coordination and communications across the organization to increase effectiveness and efficiency. • Conducts resource planning, employee and contractor background checks, payroll management, performance management, professional development. • Serves as a liaison to legal counsel in addressing legal issues, contract review, and governing instruments and final owner of resource management and deliverables. • Participates in risk assessment analysis for all new lines of business and for the continuation of existing lines of business. • Ensures that interdepartmental requests are communicated and resolved in a timely manner to internal and external parties. • Ensures that projects are delivered on time and on or under budget. Strategic Planning: • Contributes to short and long-term strategic planning and the identification of potential new markets and lines of business and funding opportunities. • Assists with responding to grant proposals, with a particular focus on state and federal proposals. • Works with individual business leads to establish business goals and tracks individual performance in support of goals. Funding Source Management and Compliance: • Serves as a link between the organization and NeighborWorks and NCLR affiliates and manages networking relationships with funders and other partners. • Prepares accurate and timely submission of reports and surveys as required by funding sources. • Initiates on and offsite audits and grant end reporting. • Monitors compliance of all staff, board and organizational requirements with organizational such as HUD, NeighborWorks America, and CDFI. • Oversees timely invoicing to all funding sources. • Directs staff on agency compliance with all contracts and relationships. • Oversees the negotiation, compliance and administration of contracts with vendors. Outreach and Stakeholder Management: • Oversees corporate communications and branding strategies to ensure consistency and quality. • Supports Board and committee meetings as required. ...
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Aug 14 2017

Office Assistant II

Family Service Association - Moreno Valley

21250 Box Springs Road Moreno Valley, CA 92557 Ph 951-275-5055 Fax 951-275-0025 Office Assistant II Mobil Fresh Salary: $11.00 - $12.00 per hour (Non-Exempt) Essential Duties: 1. Assist with scoring on satisfaction surveys 2. Handle a variety of routine clerical tasks and paperwork. 3. Input client data into ETO system 4. Update status on ETO system of completed client data 5. Communicate and submit work orders as necessary 6. Answer phones, direct calls and take messages. 7. Prepare check requests. 8. Run copy and fax machines as needed. 9. Order and maintain office supplies. 10. Punctual and Regular Attendance. 11. Punctual and Regular Attendance 12. Other duties as assigned. Report to: Mobil Fresh Program Manager ...
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Aug 03 2017

Food Service Aide/Driver

Family Service Association - Moreno Valley

Job Description Food Service Aide/Non Driver (Temporary) Senior Nutrition M-F 8-2pm. thirty (30)per week Salary: $10.50 - $12.00 per hour (Non-Exempt) Job Summary This position is there in part to assist in the preparation of meals, packaging of meals, the care and maintenance of sanitation of the site they are working from for this program. Essential Duties: Specific duties and responsibilities may include, but are not limited to the following: 1. To provide assistance as directed by your immediate supervisor 2. Ability to read and follow approved menus in assisting of preparation and packaging of meals 3. Perform cleaning of kitchen and equipment as directed by the immediate supervisor if needed 4. Assist in weekly inventory on as needed basis also assist in storage of food as needed. 5. Assist in daily completion of all required documents according to program specification. 6. Retain all records and reports required by program and funding source to be maintained by the Agency in an organized and secured location, following HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) policies/procedures for client confidentiality 7. Report all suspicions of elder abuse or neglect immediately to your supervisor. 8. Assist with the assessment process with senior clients as directed by your supervisor. 9. Punctual and Regular Attendance 10. Other duties as assigned Report to: Site Supervisor or Regional Manager ...
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Jul 10 2017

Director of Development

Mizell Senior Center - Palm Springs

Basic Function Under the direction of the Executive Director, the Director of Development plans, implements, and directs all fund raising activities including grant procurement, events, event sponsorships, major donor cultivation and marketing activities. Supervision The Director of Development is responsible for the supervision of the Special Events and Development Manager, Grant Development and oversight. Representative Duties Donor Development: Creates and manages Major Donor program working with the Executive Director on implementation. Manages the Mizell Stars Club Annual Giving Program, with appointed Board Representative and development staff. Develops prospect identification, donor acquisition, cultivation, retention, and acknowledgement protocols and implementation. Manages Business Partnership Program; works with Special Events and Development Manager to develop business prospect list; meets with prospective Business Partners and sells program; maintains quality and satisfaction with program. Works with the Mizell Board of Directors in supporting their efforts for fund development with options including personal donations, cultivating their personal and professional contacts for contributions and support, and attending Mizell and community events as Mizell representatives. Grants: Plans, coordinates and supervises work for all foundation letters of inquiry, grant applications to local, regional and national Foundations and appropriate governmental entities. Spearheads the preparation of budgets for grants in consultation with the Executive Director. Supervises the work of the Development Department along with the Director of Finance in implementing budgets for approved grants. Maintains grant reporting calendar for approved grants and oversees the submission of written narrative and budget reports in accordance with the grant requirements. Assures regular appropriate contact with grant-making foundations to keep them apprised of our programs, services and prospective mutual areas of interest. Events: Creates and implements both fundraising and friendraising events throughout the year. In addition manages all aspects of two major signature events including preparing and managing budgets, developing and implementing a sponsorship development plan, working with event designer(s) and catering vendors. With development staff, schedules and conducts regular meetings with the event committee(s). Works with Mizell staff, development staff and event committee volunteers in coordinating and procuring items for silent auction. Reviews and recommends event site contracts, coordinates event publicity and ticket sales. Fund Development: Responsible for developing, writing and implementing three written appeals for contributions for general operating support. Holiday, Spring, with a possible Summer Appeal. Working with Development and other Staff, oversees and promotes the sale of exhibitor booths at Senior Living Expos; sells display advertising in Expo programs and in Quarterly Senior Report; Solicits corporate sponsors for Expo and other special events as required. Develops marketing and advertising plan to promote event. Staff liaison to the Endowment Board. Schedules meetings periodically, takes and prepares minutes, maintains investment reports from The Community Foundation, and is primary contact with The Community Foundation. Works with Director of Finance in providing necessary financial reports. Works to secure contributions to the Endowment Fund primarily through the Tree of Life and Charitable Gift Annuities. Attends community events, gala’s, mixers, awards events, community and neighborhood associations, and social events in order to maintain a Mizell presence in the community, meet with and develop relations with current and prospective donors, and promote Mizell Senior Center. Marketing Responsible for maintaining the Mizell website and supervises appropriate Mizell staff for day-to-day updating. Responsible for maintaining the Mizell Facebook Page and supervises appropriate Mizell staff for regular updating and promotion of events, activities and programs. Responsible for maintaining and utilizing the Mizell Twitter account for distribution of weekly newsletter and notices of events or activities. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Knowledge of concepts, objectives and requirements related to complex foundation and governmental grant and RFP submissions; Knowledge and understanding of donor prospecting, cultivation, and retention; Ability to effectively communicate in writing and public speaking. Skilled at communicating with donors and prospective donors; Knowledge of basic website development and maintenance, Facebook, Twitter and other on-line marketing and development. Computer skills including the Microsoft Office suite of programs, e-mail, Constant Contact, Donor Perfect, and other computer software and hardware. Ability to evaluate, develop and communicate policies, and procedures; works independently with little direction; establishes and maintains effective working relationships with others; meets schedules and time lines.. Requirements: At least five years of senior development experience and donor cultivation in the non-profit sector. The ideal candidate will be comfortable in a fast-paced environment with changing deadlines and priorities. A track record of providing excellent customer service along with strong interpersonal skills, attention to detail, and experience working with the public is required. A Bachelors Degree or equivalent including training in non-profit fund development. ...
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