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Accounting/HR Coordinator
Hours: Part time 25 hours/week

Description: We are looking for an experienced person who is well organized and detail oriented to help us achieve our goals. Duties include, but are not limited to, some bookkeeping, payroll responsibilities, maintain personnel files, preparation of annual budget and interacting with our accountants. The ideal candidate will be successful in working well with staff, thinking clearly and applying creative solutions in a timely matter. We are looking for a self-motivated person seeking part time work.

• Ability to read, write speak and understand English well
• Five (5) years bookkeeping/accounting experience
• Valid drivers’ license and vehicle insurance
• Excellent communication and writing skills
• Have a working knowledge of related statutory legislation and regulations.
• Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite (Word and Excel at a minimum).
• Experience with accounting software, QuickBooks preferred.
• Adherence to generally accepted accounting and business ethics, law and company policy.

More detail available at

Apply now by sending your cover letter, resume and three references to or fax to 316-838-8586 or mail KPTS, 320 W. 21st Street North, Wichita, KS 67203

KPTS is Kansas Public Telecommunications Service, Inc. It is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate because of race, color, creed, religion, sex, marital status, natural origin, physical or mental handicap, disability, sexual orientation, citizenship, veteran status, or age. Discriminatory employment is specifically prohibited by the Federal Communications Commission.
KPTS is community-licensed and affiliated with Public Broadcast System (PBS) and operates as a non-profit public media entity.
This will be open until position is filled.

posted 3/11/19

​​Butler Community College

Foundation Executive Director
Job Summary: Reporting directly to the President and a Foundation Board, the foundation Executive Director is the senior officer directly responsible for the strategic vision, planning, and management of all private fund-raising efforts for the College. The Executive Director also serves as a member of senior management and is engaged as an active participant on Executive Council. The Executive Director provides input regarding major College decisions, including the College’s strategic plan and informs the alignment of the college’s strategic plan with that of the Foundation.

The Executive Director provides leadership for the annual giving program as well as all major giving campaigns, including campaigns with goals that generally range in the millions of dollars. For all major gift campaigns, the Executive Director is charged with direct oversight responsibilities to lead and manage campaign leadership to ensure successful completion of the campaigns.

In addition to campaign oversight the Executive Director leads and directs the development, cultivation and solicitation strategies for individual, foundation, corporate and other gifts, to significantly increase the size of the endowment. The Executive Director is responsible for college-wide as well as external engagement, coordination and communication relative to the college’s fund raising efforts and community relations.

As special Assistant to the President the Executive Director officially represents the President when he/she is unavailable and assumes other duties/responsibilities as deemed necessary by the President, especially in regard to external relations.

Salary: Commensurate with education and experience. We offer a generous benefits package including: paid sick/vacation/holidays (including time between Christmas and New Year’s), generous health/dental insurance options, KPERS retirement, and voluntary benefits.

Required Knowledge and skills:
A. Exceptional interpersonal and public relations skills to work with donors, community leaders, alumni, and internal and external constituents.
B. Outstanding leadership and administrative skills to ensure accuracy of fund-management.
C. Excellent communication skills to develop case statements, planning documents, proposals, correspondence with individuals and corporations, and Foundation policies.
D. Competence in strategic planning and fund-raising in order to facilitate growth and achievement of the Foundation’s and College’s mission, vision and strategic priorities.
E. Strong fund-raising database management understanding.
F. Ability to solve problems and capitalize on opportunities.
G. Understanding of philanthropy and servant leadership.

Required Experience:
A. Demonstrated history of successful campaign and personal solicitation experience.
B. Demonstrated experience in or with a not-for-profit organization.
C. Supervisory experience.
D. Demonstrated experience in developing and implementing effective strategic plans.
E. Experience in planned giving and promotional/special events programming .
F. Successful solicitation and implementation of an annual fund program.
G. Successful direction of volunteers.

Required Education:
Master’s degree in education, business or other appropriate field, or its equivalent (ex: CFRE).


Posted 2/22/19

CASA of Sedgwick County

Senior Peer Coordinator

Small nonprofit agency is seeking a full-time volunteer supervisor. The ideal candidate must have a Bachelors degree from an accredited four year university or a minimum of two years experience in child welfare, social or related field. Candidate must have excellent communication skills, be highly organized, possess the ability to work independently, as well as be a supportive team player. The ideal candidate will be an effective problem solver and possess the ability to guide and support a variety of volunteers with diverse backgrounds and personalities. Must be proficient with the Microsoft Office suite. Candidate will occasionally be required to work evenings and weekends. Position is salaried, full time exempt with competitive benefits. Any interested candidates please submit a resume and cover letter to

posted 2/19/19

Pando Initiative

Controller - Part-Time
Controller directs the financial affairs of the organization and prepares financial analyses of operations, including interim and final financial statements with supporting schedules, for the guidance of management.  The Controller is responsible for the company’s financial plans and policies, accounting practices, the conduct of its relationships with lending institutions and the financial community, the maintenance of fiscal records, and the preparation of financial reports.  The position involves supervision over general accounting, property accounting, grant accounting, and budgetary controls.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:                                                                            Development, analysis, and interpretation of statistical and accounting information in order to appraise operating results in terms of profitability, performance against budget, and other matters bearing on the fiscal soundness and operating effectiveness of the organization
Maintains the company’s system of accounts and keeps books and records on all company transactions and assets
Establishes major economic objectives and policies for the company and prepares reports that outline the company’s financial position in the area of income, expenses, and earnings based on past, present, and future operations
Coordinates and directs the preparation of the budget and financial forecasts, institutes and maintains other planning and control procedures (including grant accounting), and analyzes and reports variances
Is responsible for tax planning and compliance with all federal, state, and local corporate, payroll, and other applicable taxes
Determines depreciation rates to apply to capitalized items and advises management on desirable operational adjustments due to tax revisions
Evaluates and recommends insurance coverage for protection against property losses and potential liabilities
The Controller has the final responsibility for providing effective financial controls for the organization
Oversight of the annual financial audit process and grantor audit.  Ensure the accurate and timely completion of items requested by the auditors (e.g. “PBC List” items).
Monitor compliance with pronouncements and contractual requirements associated with the organization’s various funding sources
Maintain the accounting department’s policies and procedures manual and recommend updates as necessary to the Executive Director
Assist with public relations activities including special event and the development of publicity materials
Assist with the development and implementation of the agency strategic plan
Mandatory participation in agency special events and fundraising

Bachelors of Science or post-graduate degree in Accounting
Ability to establish and maintain working relationships with co-workers and the public

CPA certification
5+ years of experience in financial management
3+ year of experience in non-profit financial management
Excellent computer skills
Excellent communication skills both verbal and written

Please send resume and cover letter to

Penny Olsen, 

or to: Pando Initiative, 412 S. Main | Suite 212 | Wichita, KS 67202

Posted 2/11/19


Associate Director (Topeka, KS)

Position Description:
Under the direction and guidance of the Executive Director, this position is responsible for the association’s governmental affairs efforts as well as assisting in oversight of association administrative functions. The Associate Director operates in a leadership capacity, subject to supervision by the Executive Director, and would assume executive functions as delegated by the Executive Director when the Executive Director is unavailable to execute those responsibilities. Position duties include:

Essential Functions:
• Advise and assist the Executive Director regarding the association’s government relations program
• Supervise association administrative functions, as assigned by the Executive Director

Governmental Affairs:
• Create and nurture professional relationships with stakeholders, legislators, state executives, and community leaders Engage in regular legislative outreach and serve as primary contact point for all legislative inquiries 
• Collaborate with the Executive Director and member leadership in identifying strategies for implementation of InterHab’s legislative priorities 
• Promote association members’ interests before legislative and administrative entities 
• Monitor key legislative committee and subcommittee hearings 
• Coordinate the creation of governmental affairs committee agendas and support committee chairs in facilitating meetings Collaborate with the Executive Director and member leadership in organizing the association’s annual GA retreat Collaborate with the Executive Director, member leadership and appropriate legislative entities in drafting legislation to advance priorities identified by the association
• Serve as team lead in organizing and implementing InterHab’s legislative events 
• Coordinate, and implement an InterHab grassroots advocacy strategy

Association Administration:
• Assist the Executive Director in implementing the association’s strategic plan 
• Collaborate with the Executive Director in the fiscal management of the association
• Conduct regular member outreach, as identified in collaboration with the Executive Director 
• Oversee day-to-day association functions, as delegated by the Executive Director

• Assume any other tasks or responsibilities as assigned by the Executive Director

Required Qualifications: 
• Bachelor’s degree
• Two years of experience in governmental affairs, grassroots advocacy strategy or policy development

Office Location:
• 700 SW Jackson, Suite 1100, Topeka, Kansas 66603

Salary and Benefits: 
• This full-time leadership opportunity is salaried and includes benefits 
• Compensation commensurate with professional experience

Please submit cover letter, resume and references to Matt Fletcher at

posted 2/5/19

American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Kansas

Executive Director (Overland Park, KS)

The next Executive Director will join a strong organization that has experienced considerable growth and expansion under its previous leader. This position will lead and manage the operations and activities of the ACLU of Kansas, direct the work of the staff, and serve as the primary spokesperson for the ACLU.  Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director will ensure that fundraising, communications, and its programs are meeting the needs and interests of its constituents. The Executive Director will understand civil liberties issues and be a leader who is adept at balancing internal management with external impact and visibility.  The individual must be an outstanding communicator who is able to convey effectively the mission of the ACLU to a variety of constituencies, including funders, media and the general public.

Leadership and Vision
• Establish a clear vision for the continued growth and expansion of the ACLU in Kansas. Provide direction to guide programs that align with the organization’s vision and prioritized campaign approach.
• Work in partnership with the board and staff to carry out policies approved by the Board of Directors.
• Initiate and strengthen relationships, funding partnerships and collaborations with organizations and leaders who are connected to the ACLU’s mission and purpose.
• Serve as an effective and visible spokesperson for the ACLU, effectively articulating the organization’s’ history, programs, and mission.
• Represent the organization in the media, increase public awareness and broaden the organization’s reputation to strategic constituents.

General Management, Finance and Administration and Program
​• Ensure by effective management and leadership that the day-to-day operations are professionally and efficiently organized and administered.
• Provide direct supervision for 6 senior level staff, including Director of Finance and Administration, Development Director, Field Director, Legal Director, Director of Strategic Communications and Policy Director.
• Responsible for fundraising and developing other resources necessary to support ACLU’s mission.
• Ensure that the organization has strong financial operations, an approved budgetary process and sound financial controls.
• Motivate and maintain a cohesive statewide staff of 14, ensuring that there is strong internal communication and coordination; recruit new staff when appropriate and evaluate performance.
• Use technology to facilitate organizational management, fundraising, public education and lobbying.

Board Relations
• Implement policies, programs, goals, and objectives as established by the board
• Engage the board in meaningful participation to further the organization’s goals.
• Work with the board to identify and help recruit new board members who will add diversity to the board and whose talents, interests and commitment will help to further the ACLU’s mission.
• Regularly brief the board on the status of the organization.

Professional Qualifications and Experience
The Executive Director should have the following experience and qualifications:
• Knowledge and background in legal issues and policies surrounding civil rights and liberties.
• Ability to envision and convey the organization’s strategic future and growth to staff, board, volunteers and donors.
• Proven successful leadership, managerial, team building and financial management experience at an executive level within the private, not-for-profit, or public sectors.
• A record of success working in partnership with a board and staff of diverse personalities and talents,
• Strong written and oral communication skills and an effective public image. Experience listening to and communicating with diverse groups and demonstrated success in communicating effectively in writing and verbally, including excellent public speaking skills for both formal and extemporaneous presentations to a variety of audiences.
• A successful track record of fundraising from a variety of sources. Major donor experience is preferred.
• Ability to prioritize the multiple pressing civil rights issues facing Kansas while focusing on the campaigns outlined in the strategic plan.
• Proven and successful track record in creating and implementing programs;
• Experience creating partnerships and collaborations with other organizations.
• Fluency in Spanish is a plus.
• Five years of professional experience and a Bachelor’s degree are minimum requirements; an advanced degree is preferred.

Personal Characteristics or Attributes
Ideally, the successful candidate will be:
• Personally committed and passionate about advancing the ACLU’s values, mission, goals and programs in Kansas, with an understanding of the range of civil liberties issues and their implications.
• A dedicated leader and representative who can translate vision into action; someone who is passionate about networking and representing the organization to critical constituencies including ACLU members, funders, the public, government, and the media.
• A person who is intelligent and inspiring; able to conceptualize, express ideas and anticipate and act on events which may create opportunities for the ACLU.
• An innovative leader who is creative, strategic, resourceful and politically astute; someone who understands the value of creating partnerships with other organizations as a way of accomplishing the ACLU’s goals.
• An energetic person who can handle and prioritize multiple activities and responsibilities; a self-starter who is eager to explore opportunities throughout Kansas –traveling often to meet with members, partners and funders.
• A team player who inspires collaboration; flexible and well-organized.
• A straightforward leader; one who shares information easily; listens as well as gives advice; respects the abilities of others.

Compensation for this position is competitive with sector norms. Benefits include health, dental, disability and life insurance, retirement plan, paid vacation, holidays, educational and sick leave.

To learn more about the work of the ACLU in Kansas please visit:

Application Process
Submit cover letter and resume to Mary Ontko, The Moran Company, by March 23, 2019. Apply 
online or mail to:

Mary Ontko 
The Moran Company 
PO Box 863 
Baldwin City, KS 66006

posted 1/28/19

The ALS Association Mid-America Chapter

Wichita Care Services Specialist

The ALS Association Mid-America Chapter seeks a Care Services Specialist. RN or MSW required. Experience with medical case management, long-term care or end of life training preferred. Must be willing to travel some. Position provides services to those living with ALS, caregivers and survivors. 

Salary: Commensurate with experience.

Job Description:
The Care Services Specialist provides those with ALS, their families, and caregivers with information about ALS, community resources, and disease management. This position located in Wichita, though focused on clients in Central/Western Kansas, is a part of the Chapter's multi-specialist Care Services team located in the Kansas City area office, one of the four offices throughout Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska.

1. Registered Nurse (RN) or Social Worker (MSW) with clinical experience preferred. Health Educators, Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists or Speech Therapists may be considered.
2. Ability to assess both physical and psychosocial needs of ALS patients and families, based on knowledge of ALS, the disease and its ramifications.
3. Knowledge of community resources.
4. Strong organizational and communication skills.
5. Maintains personal liability insurance (for personal protection).
6. Is competent in email, Word, and data entry. 

1. Raises awareness of the Chapter’s programs and services for individuals and families living with ALS.
2. Responds to client and family inquiries for information and referral including all referrals received from the National ALS Association Office.
3. Represents the Chapter and provides coordination at The ALS Association Telemedicine Clinic in Wichita.
4. Plans and facilitates the monthly support group meetings.
5. Provides telephone and electronic consultation on a regular basis.
6. Provides home visits as needed to clients.
7. Offers professional opinions or recommendations to Program Director concerning current or future Care Services Programs.
8. Contributes or reviews articles pertaining to patient care and information for the chapter newsletter.
9. Maintains updated information on ALS, ALS specific research, patient care techniques, and equipment.
10. Maintains client and family records for Chapter files.
11. Participates in staff/committee/Board meetings as required.
12. Provides in-service education programs to local home health agencies, hospitals, skilled care facilities, etc.
13. Coordinates the equipment program in Wichita Kansas.
14. Participates in continuing education seminars, workshops and conferences as available and necessary.

Contact Information:
Please email your cover letter and resume to Sally Dwyer, Director of Program & Services.
· Business Name: The ALS Association Mid-America Chapter
· Contact: Sally Dwyer, Director of Programs & Services
· Street: 6950 Squibb Rd. Suite 210
· City/State/Zip: Mission, KS 66202
· Local Phone: (913) 648-2062
· Fax: (913) 642-2431
· Email:
· Website Address:

The ALS Association Mid-America Chapter is an equal opportunity employer. 

posted 12/13/18

Kansas Hispanic Education and Development Foundation

Development Director

​The Development Director is responsible for planning, organizing, and directing all the Kansas Hispanic Education & Development Foundation's fundraising including the major gifts program, annual fund, special events and capital campaigns.

The Development Director is responsible for planning, execution, control and evaluation of fundraising, public relations, and outreach for the organization. The Development Director works closely with the Board and Fundraising volunteers to enhance and support the overall mission of the organization, and to assure that ample unrestricted and program funds are generated. 


• Develop and oversee fundraising program

• Identify, research and cultivate funding sources to meet the mission of KHEDF
• Identify prospective donors and develop strategies to cultivate those relationships
• Maintain ongoing communications with donors
• Develop solicitation materials and write grants for submission of funding requests
• Maintain digital records for all donations and recognitions to include donor acknowledgements
• Collaborate with staff and committee members on the planning of fundraising events and donor receptions
• Collaborate with staff and committee members to develop print marketing collateral related to fundraising

• Raise brand awareness
• Acquire new recurring donors
• Increase average monthly gift size
• Increase average one-time gift size
• Increase number of gifts through different channels
• Optimize future email campaigns

$45,000 - $50,000 depending on experience

• Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Communications or related field
• Fundraising experience
• Foundation relationship and grant writing experience
• Familiarity with Customer Relationship Management CRM software
• Working knowledge of Microsoft 365
• Excellent written, interpersonal and verbal communication skills

The Development Director works with confidential data of major importance, such as plans for new programs, funding sources, and other proprietary business information. If disclosed, may be detrimental to the organization’s interest.

To Apply: Interested candidates should send their resume and cover letter to with Development Director in the subject line.  
posted 2/27/19

Kansas Hispanic Education and Development Foundation

CRM Data Entry Intern

In this role the intern will verify, correct and combine data in NeonCRM. The ideal candidate must be detail oriented, with strong analytical, time management and organizational skills.

Essential Functions
• Update NeonCRM records to match data stored in KHEDF’s proprietary system
• Remove outdated records and/or merge duplicate records
• Ensure accounts and contacts are properly assigned and update as necessary
• Create best practices and requirements for NeonCRM data entry
• Add data from various spreadsheets into NeonCRM
• Develop and create donor and student relations reports
• Review and update database including prospects, lists and reports

• Data entry experience is preferred
• Speed, accuracy and attention to detail is essential
• Computer proficient including Microsoft Office
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
• Positive, professional attitude 

• Business, Finance and other similar majors preferred

To Apply: Interested candidates should send their resume and cover letter to with CRM Data Entry Intern in the subject line.

posted 2/27/19

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