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Executive Director

The Executive Director is an ambassador responsible for building key alliances, and for the successful leadership and management of RMRH. The ED will continue to grow the organization and maintain its high standard of excellence in all areas, and will be the face of the organization acting as the primary spokesperson. Primary Duties, Responsibilities, and Eligibility criteria include but are not limited to: Leadership: • Oversees the planning, implementation, and staffing of RMRH’s programs and services, acts as a personal advisor to the BOD to Identify, evaluate and inform the BOD of internal and external risks that might affect RMRH, actively engages the BOD and leverage their unique strengths and talents to further the mission of RMRH Community Engagement, represents RMRH as a community leader and ambassador, effectively communicating RMRH’s mission and the organizations successes, establishes good working relations and collaborations with community groups, funders, politicians, and other organizations to help achieve the goals and further the mission of RMRH.  Fundraising, working closely with the Board, the ED sets and executes specific fundraising goals, is a hands-on fundraiser with exceptional follow through – cultivating and expanding corporate partnerships, current donors, individual charitable giving of major gifts, broadening the donor base, and developing innovative funding strategies, identifies, pursues, and captures fundraising opportunities through government and foundation sponsorships.  Education, Experience and Skills Requirements: The preferred candidate possesses a Bachelor’s degree in a related field of study and has related experience in non-profit management, community organizing and youth mentoring with strong awareness and knowledge of key factors affecting the youth RMRH serves. Candidates should also possess the following knowledge, skills and abilities for further consideration: • Self-motivated leader/team player with demonstrated ability to identify functional area business needs, establish goals and objectives to ensure alignment with the RMRH mission, and influence volunteers and community leaders to act in the interest of the RMRH mission • Previous supervisor experience and/or demonstrated relevant leadership experience • Excellent interpersonal oral and written communication and presentation skills • Strong organizational skills, demonstrated ability to schedule and meet deadlines by prioritizing work-load, developing schedules and communicating early when changes are necessary • Demonstrated ability to work with minimal direct supervision, excel in a high energy team environments and manage time pressures while maintaining a positive attitude • Sophisticated understanding of press and marketing to communicate RMRH’s mission and programs via traditional and social media outlets Licenses, Certifications, Bonding and/or testing requirements: Must have a valid driver’s license and a Commercial Driver’s License must be obtained within nine months of hiring. Personal traits and characteristics: The ED is a strategic, adaptive, decisive and forward-thinking leader committed to supporting the RMRH mission and achieving the organization’s objectives. The individual behaves ethically and lives out the RMRH Credo in daily activities.

To Apply: Please send your resume’ and accompanying letters of reference to  and for more information about RMRH visit the website

Posted 1/5/18


Major Gifts Officer

Secure outright gifts and/or pledges from assigned donors. This will include the identification, cultivation, solicitation, retention and stewardship of Envision donors, and the coordination of the grants program. This position will represent Envision at community events, developing and maintaining relationships with donors and community leaders in order to increase the financial capacity of Envision.
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES/ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS INCLUDE: Broaden the base of donors and secure financial support from individuals, foundations and corporations. Develop and execute individual stewardship plans for donors, including preparation and submission of all required proposals and reports.
Ensure donor-related communications are timely and accurate in order to promote the goals and mission of Envision. This includes any assigned donor concerns, requests, and gifts. Write, prepare and present major gift proposals. Collaborate with the Director of Development and the SVP in the planning and execution of Envision major donor cultivation activities. Utilize cultivation activities in order to enhance ongoing donor relations. Work with database administrator to identify prospects for major gift solicitations. Collaborate with grant writer and Director of Development to research, identify and cultivate new grant prospects for the organization; monitor for appropriate federal, private and corporate grant opportunities. Evaluate grant opportunities based on funding potential and fit with Envision’s mission. Manage the grants calendar: monitor submission deadlines and reporting requirements. Maintain the grants library: program budgets, templates, stories, information and promotional materials required for grant submission.
Collaborate with grant writer and Director of Development to prepare grant proposals and reports. Record donor interactions in donor management software.
Attend community events as an Envision representative in order to develop and maintain relationships with community leaders and donors to increase the financial capacity of Envision. Collaborate with team members as needed to write copy for letters, collateral material, reports and other items as necessary. Assist with fundraising events and other projects throughout the year. Participate in planning yearly calendar of cultivation, solicitation, stewardship and recognition activities for donors. Flexibility to perform other duties as assigned.
Qualifications: Education: Bachelor’s degree in Business, Journalism, Communications, Public Relations or related field required.
Experience: Minimum of 3 years experience as a development professional with ability to demonstrate consistent success with direct donor solicitation preferred.
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posted 1/5/18

Maize Education Foundation
Executive Director

The Executive Director of the Maize Education Foundation is responsible for leadership, management, and fund development for the Maize Education Foundation working in partnership with USD 266 Maize schools to enhance student learning. Minimum Job Requirements: Knowledge, Skills, Abilities: Excellent business writing and verbal skills and meticulous attention to detail. Ability to communicate clearly and effectively, including public speaking. Maintain high degree of integrity and professionalism. Ability to work harmoniously with individuals and groups. Demonstrates a thorough understanding of sound management practices. Intermediate to advanced knowledge of and experience with word processing, database, presentation, and accounting software. Ability to delegate authority while maintaining accountability. Provide a positive leadership example. Must maintain confidentiality. Strong organizational skills. Education, Certification: Minimum of Bachelor’s degree with three or more years of relevant experience, including experience directly related to fundraising, nonprofit management and advocacy. Marketing experience preferred. Experience: Experience in networking with people in a variety of settings. Ability to facilitate groups to consensus A complete job description and application can be found: Accepting applications until January 12, 2018

posted 12/15/17


Executive Director
At Numana our mission is to empower people to serve the hungry. Numana exists to empower people to serve the hungry through fun and engaging food packing events. Partnering with churches, schools, and organizations all over the country approx. 3 million meals are packaged per year. The organization is seeking a Director who is committed to the mission and will lead the organization in providing even more food for our local and international partners. Applicants will enjoy regular travel, managing thousands of volunteers per year in food packing events, and should have a history of fundraising through partnerships with churches, schools, and/or businesses. View Official Job Description

​posted 12/5/17

Prairie View
Director of Advancement
Prairie View, a faith-based behavioral health organization based in Newton, Kansas, with additional outpatient locations in Wichita, McPherson and Hillsboro, offers a number of evidence-based behavioral services, including psychiatric hospitalization, treatment for substance abuse, eating disorders, TMS therapy, psychological testing, sexual health and more. Founded in 1954, Prairie View covers an 80-acre campus in the natural plains of Kansas. Prairie View is seeking a Director of Advancement. Morgan Hunter HealthSearch has been retained to conduct this important search. Reporting directly to the President & CEO, this key leadership position is responsible for gift development planning, donor contact and gift management, as well as managerial oversight for a part-time Publisher/Brand Manager and one support staff member. Financial contributions are solicited from foundations, state and federal sources, individuals, businesses, and churches through personal relationships, major gift grant proposals, annual fund appeals and project/special campaigns. The successful candidate is one who is passionate for the mission of the organization and will enthusiastically share their story with potential donors. Ideal candidates will have a minimum of five years experience in fundraising and grant writing, possess excellent communication skills (both verbal and written), have a computer orientation, be creative, energetic and a visionary. Healthcare experience is a plus. A bachelor’s degree is required and a master’s degree is preferred. Newton, Kansas is located just a short 25-minute drive north of Wichita, Kansas. With a population of 20,000, Newton offers an ideal family environment with affordable quiet neighborhoods, superior schools and abundant community activities. 

​To apply please submit resume and cover letter to Barry Jackson, Morgan Hunter HealthSearch,​

posted 11/20/17

Wichita Regional Chamber

Membership Data Manager
Responsible for maintaining accurate membership records and for managing membership database to assist in strategic analyses. Provides staff support to help achieve annual financial and membership growth and retention goals. Project support will also be provided for membership events and campaigns to ensure they are successfully planned and carried out. Interaction with current Chamber members, potential Chamber members and key volunteer leaders will be required.
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Send a cover letter and resume to: 
Angie Elliott, Wichita Regional Chamber of Commerce
350 W. Douglas, Wichita, KS 67202

posted 11/20/17

Wichita Regional Chamber

Membership Engagement Coordinator
This position provides administrative, database and project management support for the Membership & Engagement Department. Primary responsibilities will include database support of the department and administrative assistance for events and programs. Position deals with diverse, large groups of members, business leaders as well as internal contacts. Independent judgment and self-direction are required to organize, plan, and prioritize a diversified workload and recommend changes in procedure.
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Send a cover letter and resume to: 
Angie Elliott, Wichita Regional Chamber of Commerce
350 W. Douglas, Wichita, KS 67202

posted 11/20/17

EmberHope Youthville
Chief Financial Officer

EmberHope Youthville, a nonprofit, faith-based agency in Kansas, is currently seeking a Chief Financial Officer. As a member of the executive team, this position will provide financial management and oversight of the agency's financial, budgeting, accounts payable and receivable and administrative processes, with an eye to continuously developing and improving systems. He/she will also be responsible for financial forecasting and cash flow for existing programs and new sites, for oversight of the agency's internal audit and financial accreditation compliance functions. Requirements for this position include: Master’s degree in Business Administration or Accounting with Certified Public Accountant licensure in the state of Kansas and/or Certified Management Accountant, along with 5-7 years of successful accounting experience with increasing levels of responsibility. Prefer non-profit accounting experience. To learn more or apply, please visit our website at

Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Mid-America Chapter

Fundraising Campaign Specialist (Temporary) - Students of the Year
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Mid-America Chapter is hiring a Temporary Fundraising Campaign Specialist to launch a new fundraising initiative, Students of the Year, in Wichita. Major responsibilities include, but are not limited to: active team/participant management, sponsorship fulfillment, communication, basic logistics, and day-of event management. Work approximately 20-30 hours per week in the Wichita Branch Office until the seven-week fundraising campaign kicks off in mid-March 2018; hours will increase to approximately 30-35 per week from mid-March 2018 until the campaign concludes and the temporary assignment ends mid-May 2018. Some weeknight and/or weekend hours required. For more information or to apply, please
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Reposted 10/30/17

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