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The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
Fundraising Campaign Manager
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 Manager to work at our Wichita KS branch office. A Bachelor’s degree with two to four years 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/4088/fundraising-campaign-manager/job.
Kansas Academy of Family Physicians
The Kansas Academy of Family Physicians is seeking an Administrative Assistant. S/he will be responsible for the day-to-day, general operations of the office, limited bookkeeping, maintenance of membership records, support of governance processes, management of certain event processes and assistance on other programs as directed.
Duties & Responsibilities
• General Office Management: Routine office management responsibilities including but not limited to: • Basic office services: answer the phone, check voice messages, distribute faxes, handle filing, and monitor office supply inventory, ordering as needed, welcome and receive guests. • Management of relationships with vendors, service providers, and landlord. • Office maintenance: report needs to building management • Mailing, shipping and office errands • Employee records and benefits programs as per the Human Resources manual • Office insurance policies’ renewals • Reports: file required reports such as Governmental Ethics Commission on time • Procedure manual for responsibilities: update • Work area: keep the common office areas neat and tidy
• Financial: Limited bookkeeping to process invoices and receipts to Accounts Payable (AP) contractor including but not limited to: • Monthly receipts: match funds received through merchant payment services and other deposits with purpose of transaction and enter appropriately into accounting software • Deposit log: review checks received and reconcile with deposits • Reports: prepare scheduled or special request reports • Financial records and filing: send financial reports to officers • End of year financials: work with accountants to collect needed documents for end of year • Accounts Receivable: prepare and distribute invoices as directed, maintain a system for follow up on Accounts Receivable
• Membership: Maintain membership records and manage basic membership operations including but not limited to: • Membership database: process membership applications and status changes • Continuing Medical Education (CME) records: record and report CME earned by members through KAFP events • Membership recruitment and retention plan: prepare and send various membership recruitment and retention documents as directed
• Governance: Staff Board of Directors meetings and provide governance support including but not limited to: • Minutes at board meetings: responsible to attend each scheduled board meeting and take minutes of proceedings, prepare drafts for approval • Record of board meetings, minutes and board policies: acts as record-keeper of board minutes, policies and other governance documents
• Events & Registration: Manage event registration, provide support for meetings including but not limited to: • Registration: handle registration and records for events, report registration details appropriately, ensure integrity of registration records • Participate actively in planning and execution of events including site and caterer selection and preparation of meeting materials as directed
• Exhibits: work with Exhibit Coordinator to recruit exhibitors, process exhibit applications, assign exhibit spaces, invoice and track exhibit payments
Credentials & Experience
• College degree, business, non-profit management or other related degree • Two years’ experience in an office setting, ideally in a non-profit organization • Proficient in the Microsoft Office suite • Experience with use of accounting software
KAFP seeks an Administrative Assistant who:
• Exhibits highly organized behaviors • Understands the importance of record keeping • Has strong written and verbal communication skills • Displays good interpersonal skills • Shows initiative as a dependable self-starter who completes tasks in a timely manner • Works well in a team environment • Is able to manage time and tasks
To apply submit cover letter, resume and at least 3 references to firstname.lastname@example.org by Oct. 19, 2018.
Wichita Family Crisis Center
The Outreach Advocate provides advocacy, supportive counseling and service plan development for victims of domestic and sexual violence. The work performed by the Outreach Advocate is central to the daily operation of an effective community based domestic violence program that provides supportive services to non-residential clients. The Outreach Advocate will be required to share in on-call rotation responsibilities and occasionally work hours outside of regular business hours, including nights, holidays, and weekends. The major responsibilities for the Outreach Advocate are: (1) to coordinate services for people who have been victimized and have barriers to service; (2) to conduct systems advocacy on behalf of domestic and/or sexual violence victims; (3) to promote awareness of domestic and/or sexual violence services in Sedgwick County; and (4) to facilitate classes and support groups for domestic and/or sexual violence victims. A qualified candidate should have knowledge of domestic and sexual violence advocacy, excellent communication skills, skills for working with survivors, and public speaking experience. Ability to speak Spanish and English is a plus. Undergraduate degree strongly preferred. Experience in social services may be considered in lieu of degree. For application instructions and to see full job description, visit https://www.wichitafamilycrisiscenter.org/jobs/.
Wichita Family Crisis Center
Medical Outreach Advocate
Interested in working directly with victims of domestic and sexual violence? The Wichita Family Crisis Center is hiring a full-time Medical Outreach Advocate The Medical Outreach Advocate provides advocacy, supportive counseling and service plan development for victims of domestic and sexual violence. The work performed by the Medical Outreach Advocate is central to the daily operation of an effective community based domestic violence program that provides supportive services to clients. The positions require flexibility in scheduling and ability to travel short distances. The Medical Outreach Advocate will be required to share in on-call rotation responsibilities and occasionally work hours outside of regular business hours, including nights, holidays, and weekends. The Medical Advocate serves as one of the initial access points for victims who present through medical or mental health facilities. The major responsibilities for the Medical Advocate are: (1) to coordinate services for people who have been victimized and have barriers to service; (2) to conduct systems advocacy, particularly within the medical and mental health fields, on behalf of domestic and/or sexual violence victims; and (3) to promote awareness of domestic and/or sexual violence services in Sedgwick County. A qualified candidate should have knowledge of domestic and sexual violence advocacy, excellent communication skills, skills for working with survivors, and public speaking experience. Ability to speak Spanish and English is a plus. Undergraduate degree required. Experience in social services may be considered in lieu of degree. The Wichita Family Crisis Center is an equal opportunity employer. Position open until filled. For application instructions and to see full job description, visit the link https://www.wichitafamilycrisiscenter.org/jobs/
A Thrive Community
A Thrive Community is seeking a part-time Coach.
The coach will be responsible to:
1. Screen and interview potential Leaders and Allies.
2. Provide ongoing support for Leaders and Allies.
a. Team should be documenting Smart Goals, Budget, and Monthly Check in Sheet in Binder.
b. Ask about and follow up on access to needed resources- provide leads on information without doing things for people.
3. Recruit Leaders and Allies in the community and with partner agencies: HopeNet, DCF, Workforce Alliance, Churches, past Allies and Leaders (word of mouth).
4. Collect data required of Leaders and Allies. Provide to Director a minimum of once per month.
5. Provide input to Location Coordinator and Program Director as they lead and schedule Thrive weekly activities and events and monitor the meetings for needed interpersonal guidance.
6. Provide approved initial and ongoing training for Leaders and Allies or monitor Ally Training (depending on trainer availability).
7. Promote the Thrive Community through speaking engagements, seminars, and meetings with churches, local agencies, and other community groups.
Deadline for applications is Sept. 10. Send your resume and cover letter by email to Director@ThriveHelps.org or by mail to: Director of Thrive, 4407 E Douglas Ave., Wichita, KS 67218. https://www.thrivehelps.org/
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