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Hope Ranch for Women

Managing Director

Full Time including nights and weekends. Minimal travel. This is a full-time position responsible for carrying out the development and ongoing management of the effective ministry at HR4W. This role oversees the majority of the day to day operations of the ministry and assists the Executive Director with work regarding vision, and strategy. ROLE QUALIFICATIONS: 1. Must have a professional appearance, be courteous to clients and firm personnel, be punctual, have excellent attendance, be team oriented, possess strong technical skills, seek opportunities to help, and take pride in workmanship. 2. Present a professional presence and maturity to effectively interact with Executive Director, Ministry Directors, Board, and other HR4W partners 3. Excellent written and oral communication skills 4. Strong organizational skills, ability to prioritize and organize job demands and responsibilities to meet critical deadlines 5. Responsible for highly confidential information 6. Strong interpersonal and relationship building skills 7. Efficient time management and the ability to organize and manage multiple priorities - Oversee HR/Compliance/Legal while at the same time maintaining an organizational culture of competency and care of the people of the organization including staff and those being ministered to. 8. Must be an accomplished executional leader - someone who can take a vision and create operational processes to accomplish organizational goals. 9. Must be a team player and have the ability to foster a healthy and progressive culture. 10. Strong presentation skills and willingness to present in front of multiple groups of multiple sizes 11. Proficient in Microsoft Excel, Word and PowerPoint. POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES 1. Execute organization’s mission and strategy 2. Oversee/manage direct reports, methods, and ministry 3. Develop and manage to an operational budget 4. Live out and oversee the life-giving, Christ -centered freedom culture of HR4W and apply Biblical truth to everyday issues. 5. Accountable to HR4W’s ministry and methods achieving plans/outcomes. 6. Coordinate HR/Regulatory/Legal compliance. Ensure adherence through utilization of outside resources and report issues to Executive Director/Board. 7. Oversees Calendar and Events 8. Communication and updates to ED and Board of Directors 9. Oversee accreditation process – initial and ongoing 10. Develop and implement Program/Model in coordination with the Executive Director and House Parents. 11. Oversee Hope Ranch North Property Management and Assets 12. Must embrace and live out the core values of our belief system at the highest level. 13. Development/Oversight/Management of relationships with outside organizations that align with HR4W model in order to ensure whole life transformation for survivors. 14. Establish metrics to demonstrate progress and create measurement systems to achieve organizational goals. 15. Relate to the Executive Director at a very deep level to facilitate a seamless rollout of organizational operations. PREFERRED SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE 1. Experience working in organizations serving at risk clients. 2. Demonstrated track record of managing people within a service organization. Ideal to have history of success in the management of multiple direct reports. 3. Education – College level Managerial BS or MBA with emphasis in Management 4. Must demonstrate ability to delegate and accomplish goals through people 5. Knowledge and ability to assess and manage risk. Apply by email to Carla Powers – Subject Line: Managing Director Application or by mail to Carla Powers Hope Ranch For Women PO Box 226 Andover, KS 67002.

Posted 6/23/17

Newman University
Senior Development Officer

Occupational Summary: Provides direct support to the development function and activities of the University with an emphasis on internal management as well as planning, organizing and executing the fundraising efforts and recognition/stewardship events. This position provides emphasis on cultivation and continual contacts with volunteers, donors, and organizations in an effort to further the fundraising capabilities, present policies and procedures, and promote the overall mission of Newman University. Work Performed: -Assist in the development, planning, organization, and implementation of the Newman Fund, and deferred gifts, as well as, provide assistance in major gift solicitation and campaign development for Newman University. -Lead the coordination of all record keeping of gifts including auditing gifts in Raiser's Edge, donor scholarships, and donor research. -Provide input and assume a leadership role in identifying the volunteer leadership particularly relating to reunion and other affinity groups, determining a schedule of operation, and developing specific fundraising objectives. -Actively engage donors between three to five times a week with the expectation of asking for their support at some point in time. -Actively managing an appropriate prospect management assignment and prospect management process, including donor retention, especially for the Newman (Annual) Fund. -Direct the effective day-to-day implementation of the overall fundraising objectives and strategies such as prospect management, donor stewardship and record keeping. -Provide day-to-day supervision of internal operations to assure the timely execution of all specific objectives. -Assure that critical schedules and timetables are met, interacting directly with the Advancement Team and internal and external constituents. -Assure that the volunteers have all the appropriate information by supervising the preparation and distribution of fundraising analysis, and progress reports. -Directly solicit appropriate prospects as identified during the year. -Assume responsibility for special projects as requested by the Vice President for University Advancement, including scholarship activities and special events as assigned. -Direct the management of resource data used for various analyses and volunteer reports during the fundraising process. -Manage all stewardship societies and donor recognition events (e.g. Annual Scholarship Luncheon and Beata Benefactors Banquet). -Supervise the Advancement Services Data Coordinator. -Provide assistance in development of major gifts and deferred giving. -Review and analyze the strengths and weaknesses of past fundraising efforts, changes in community structures, economic factors, etc., which may affect various campaigns. -Assist in planning and organizing all fundraising related meetings and functions. -Works with University Relations staff in the preparation of materials necessary to implement and strengthen fundraising efforts. -Develop and refine a concise, accurate and effective system of record keeping and data analysis; utilizing best practices and implementing a procedures manual and training reflective of best practices. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree required. Progressive experience in development preferred. Ability to travel required. Ability to work in busy office setting and handle frequent interruptions. Strong organizational, interpersonal, and communication skills essential. Ability to handle confidential information in a discreet manner. To apply, please click here

posted 6/21/17

Kansas Humane Society
Chief Development Officer
Plans, develops, implements, and oversees all fundraising activities for the organization based on a formalized development program strategy that assures adequate funding for shelter operations, services, programs and special projects. Manages and provides leadership to the development department and staff. Promotes the organization within the community to ensure a broad base of funding resources to help build a fund development program to include major and annual gift programs, foundation grants, corporate sponsorships, events and community programs.
Fundraising Management: Responsibilities include strategic planning for all fundraising activities, as well as program development, implementation and oversight. Collaborating and communicating with Kansas Humane Society Staff, board, and volunteers to achieve departmental goals, as well as donor and foundation research and proposal writing. Responsible for overall management of fundraising database. Managing the maintenance, confidentiality, accuracy, and timely entry of database and donor records.
Donor Cultivation: Directs the timely and accurate response to donor concerns, requests, and gifts by practices and facilitates good client services. Oversees and enhances ongoing donor cultivation. Directs, develops, and manages the role of the board and Development Committee in major donor cultivation. Develops and maintains relationship with donors, foundations, corporations, community organizations, and individuals.
Budget Management:  Set and meet fundraising goals. Prepare and execute the departmental budget on an annual basis, including projected income and expenses. Administers and monitors revenues and expenses in relation to annual budget. Compiles summary reports for Board presentations. Discusses budget projections and accounting procedures with department staff to resolve any discrepancies.
Staff and Volunteer Management: Manages and directs the 4 positions within the development staff. Responsible for department staff and volunteer performance reviews, regular ongoing feedback and coaching related to their respective responsibilities, within the department.Develops annual goals for department staff that include timelines, procedures and accountabilities to be accomplished in meeting future plans and objectives.
Team Interaction: Actively supports staff, board members and other volunteers to advance KHS goals and mission. Successfully functions as part of the 5-member development team, assisting co-workers in urgent duties that may be outside of the standard job requirements of each job description within the development department. Represents KHS in a professional and courteous manner at all times (both within the organization and in the community). Provides quality service to clients, volunteers, and staff, recognizing their individual contributions to the overall success of the Kansas Humane Society.
REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor’s Degree in business administration, communications, marketing or related field is required. Minimum of 2 years of direct management experience required. Minimum of 2 years of direct management experience required.
Candidates please email your cover letter and / or resume (C.V.) to

posted 6/6/17

Rise Up for Youth
Executive Director

Reporting to the board of directors, the executive director will provide leadership to the organization and manage its day-to-day affairs including managing the office staff, agency reporting and communications, and working closely with the board of directors and volunteers to manage fundraising events. Key responsibilities include: 1) 50% Performs Management and Administrative functions for the purpose of ensuring efficient operations and financial management of the agency. Tasks may include: • Manage all human resources functions including recruitment, disciplinary actions, performance reviews, payroll and administration. • Daily office management – schedules, task assignments, staff meetings, feedback, etc. • Manage accounting functions including A/R, A/P, payroll and financial reporting, annual audit coordination, tax filings • Monitor monthly program costs and keep expenditures within the approved budget • Work with board treasurer in processing and paying monthly bills • Develop, review and revise budget in consultation with executive director, board treasurer, and accountant • Coordinate United Way application • Coordinate board of directors meetings: prepare materials and distribute materials on time, ensure meetings are scheduled and communicated, etc. • Ensure that all agency programs adhere to any and all requirements of donors and funding sources, i.e. United Way requirements, restricted fund usage, reporting requirements, etc. • Set annual program goals in coordination with program directors and executive director • Monitor and report progress to program goals to the board of directors • Submit accurately and timely all required financial reporting to grantors • Approve all agency communications for message and quality standards 2) 20% Performs Fundraising and Fund Development functions for the purpose of generating operating and program management funds. Tasks may include: • Represent the agency at special events sponsored by the agency and in the community • Assist with all fundraising event planning activities • Serve as a member of the fundraising committee of the board of directors • Network with large donors • Attend donor ask meetings • Participate in grant development and submissions • Approve all written public relations material printed for or by the agency • Participate in public speaking engagements representing the agency • Participate as a member in state and national programs and local and state organizations where appropriate and as directed by the board of directors 3) 20% Manages Board Relations for the purpose of ensuring appropriate governance, oversight, and support. Tasks may include: • Develop, review and revise budget in consultation with operations manager, board treasurer and accountant • Monitor monthly program costs and keep expenditures within the approved budget • Develop long-range plan for the organization with assistance from the board of directors and staff • Recruit and orient a diverse and strategic board of directors to align with the agency’s current needs and future strategies • Engage board members in agency activities that align with their skills and abilities to enhance engagement and commitment • Ensure board of director meetings are properly supported by office staff: documents prepared and distributed on time, meetings scheduled and supported, etc. • Attend all board and governance committee meetings as required • Monitor standing committee activities and act as an ex-officio member to the committees 4) 10% Sets strategic direction for agency Programming for the purpose of ensuring all curriculum and delivery is aligned with the mission and vision of RUFY. Tasks may include: • Establish agency mission and vision in collaboration with the board of directors • Communicate the agency mission and vision to stakeholders on a regular basis (employees, schools, funding agencies, community, students) • Ensure all programming is in alignment with the agency mission.  Please submit resumes with cover letters to: Rise Up for Youth, P.O. Box 1256, Wichita, KS 67201.

posted 5/17/17

Grant Writer
Part-time 20 – 30 hours per week. Grant Writer will be responsible for identifying and developing a diverse network of funding opportunities for StepStone and Dear Neighbor Ministries. The position reports to the Director of Development. Main Job Responsibilities Research, prepare grant proposals, and maintain all tracking elements associated with grants and coordinate all reporting. Facilitate online grant submissions (e.g., Ensure compliance and meet report requirements for existing agency government grants. Education and Experience Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university in Communications, English, or Professional Writing with 1 – 3 years of work experience is preferred. Strong communications skills with the ability to write clear, structured, articulate and persuasive proposals. Basic understanding of fundraising techniques and strategies. Knowledge with research techniques. Proficiency in Microsoft Office specifically Word and Excel. Attention to detail, strong organizational skills and excellent editing skills. Ability to prioritize work appropriately, work independently and meet deadlines. Interested applicants may submit resumes to Brenda Wasinger, Application deadline June 5, 2017.

posted 5/16/17

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