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The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
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 visit ouronline portal

posted 9/13/17


EMPAC (Employee Assistance Consultants)
Chief Executive Officer
EMPAC is largest nonprofit employee assistance program in Kansas.  Resources focused on preventing and minimizing workplace productivity challenges with employee and family-member counseling and education, and training for member organizations.  Offices in Wichita, largest metropolitan area in state, which abounds in exceptional quality of life.  Economy is robust, with mainstays in manufacturing, energy production, health care, and higher education.
 Founded in 1977; governed by 12-member governing body. Board seeks CEO with leadership skills and business management expertise to increase value for member organizations and employees.  Position responsible for hiring/termination of ten employees, $1 million budget, service management, planning, budget management, marketing, research, and recommendations to Board.
Preferred qualifications:
 1)  Two years of experience as executive of a social-sector organization;
2)  Evidence of extensive knowledge of behavioral health services;
3)  Master’s degree in business or public administration, or related field from accredited university;
4)  Experience in leading a significant organizational change;
5)  Experience in marketing; and
6)  Experience living or working in Midwest region of U.S.       
Full position information/qualifications in Profile: www.empac-eap.com. Send cover letter highlighting Profile’s preferred qualifications, resume, and salary history in one e-file to recruitment advisor: mflentje@austinpeters.com. Preference to resumes received before October 10.   

posted 9/8/17


Child Advocacy Center of Sedgwick County (CACSC) 

Program Manager
The CACSC Program Manager is responsible for strategic planning assistance, development, implementation, evaluation and supervision of all child and family services.  Coordinate a multidisciplinary team (MDT) approach to child abuse investigations involving child protection workers, law enforcement, prosecutors, medical personnel, therapists and victim advocates.    Serves as a member of the agency’s Leadership Team.
The mission of the Child Advocacy Center of Sedgwick County is to promote the safety, health and emotional well-being of abused children and their caregivers by bringing together public, private and community partners. 
Please send a resume, cover letter, three references and salary history to:
Diana Schunn, Executive Director, dschunn@cacsckansas.org

posted 9/6/17

Wichita Women’s Initiative Network
Project Coordinator
Coordinates the implementation and completion of contracted projects. Works closely with contracting businesses and agencies to coordinate projects. Responsible for training participants in completing contracted projects and assuring quality of work. Supervises the work of participants in the workroom to ensure production standards and timely completion of projects. Coordinates with Account Manager in securing and maintaining projects. Oversees production of Dipped Pretzels. Monitors safety and health regulations. Promotes the mission of WIN and the values of the ASC.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities under the direction and supervision of the Executive Director include the following:
Orient new participants to the workroom and introduce to staff, volunteers and other participants
Coordinate with Account Manager in assessing potential projects as to suitability to the WIN program
Accept and coordinate implementation of projects designated as suitable
Provide initial and ongoing training to participants related to completion of projects per service agreements and instructions
Assign tasks and monitor projects per service agreements
Oversee work methods and processes, quality control and production standards
Provide initial and ongoing training to participants related to pretzel production
Provide workroom supervision to program participants
Assist participants as needed in handling various duties necessary in the timely completion of work
Monitor participant compliance with work schedules and breaks
Supervise completion of assigned workroom chores
Monitor workroom for compliance with safety and health regulations
Evaluate project related and internship site work performance of participants
Assess participants’ readiness and make recommendations for promotion from Phase 1 to Phase 2
Collaborate with Account Manager in matching participants with internship sites and facilitating introductions to site representative
Monitor internship site placements
Maintain inventory of Dipped Pretzel stock (raw goods) and finished products
Maintain an adequate inventory of supplies and order supplies in a timely fashion to assure prompt delivery of pretzel orders
Coordinate with Executive Director in ordering/purchasing necessary supplies
Other duties as assigned
Qualifications:
High school diploma required. Food Handler’s card required. Demonstrated proficiency in time management and multi-tasking required. Possess demonstrated interpersonal skills, ability to maintain confidential information, ability to work well with others, ability to follow oral and written instructions. Demonstrated ability to learn quickly, understand basic technical skills and problem -solve. Ability to work independently and handle stress. Competency in using a personal computer with knowledge in Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel and Windows required. Basic understanding of relationship abuse and trauma survivors preferred. Willingness and ability to support the mission of WIN and the values of the ASC.

Apply by sending resume and cover letter to: WIN, 510 E 3rd St N, Wichita, KS 67202 or by Email to: win@wichitawin.org

posted 9/5/17


The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
Fundraising Campaign Specialist - Student Series
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) is the world’s largest voluntary health organization dedicated to funding blood cancer research and providing education and patient services. The Mid-America Chapter is currently hiring a full-time Fundraising Campaign Specialist to work at our Wichita KS office. Responsibilities will include working on the Student Series service-learning program/fundraiser and performing other duties as assigned. A Bachelor’s degree with two year fundraising, communications, sales, marketing and/or event planning experience required. To learn more or to submit your resume/application, please visit our online portal at: https://careers-lls.icims.com/jobs/2943/fundraising-campaign-specialist---student-series/job 

posted 8/18/17




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