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Ronald McDonald House Charities Wichita
Ronald McDonald House - House Manager (Weekends)
Job Purpose: To create an atmosphere at the Ronald McDonald House that is conducive to the prompt and efficient handling of all guest needs. To oversee the operations of the Ronald McDonald House, helping to ensure and facilitate the smooth and caring service delivery for guest families. Essential Functions: Meet and greet guest families and visitors. Escort guest families to their assigned rooms and inform them of services and facilities. Courteously and efficiently handles guest/visitor requests, services, and complaints. Facilitate the referral, check-in/check-out process and ensure consistency between House according to approved policies and guidelines. Monitor and ensure proper enforcement of House rules, rectifying situations when appropriate. Accurately and completely maintain guest records thorough utilization of the Easy InnKeeping database and hard copy files. Training provided for this computer program. Monitor physical structure of the House; work with Operations Manager to coordinate guestroom closures in relation to maintenance repairs and tasks, and arrange for repair services as needed in coordination with the Operations Manager. Monitor and ensure House cleanliness and orderliness of all areas. This includes performing light house cleaning and organizing duties on a daily basis, as needed. Monitor House exterior grounds so they are well maintained. This includes work groups, gardening volunteers, garbage/recycling services to ensure orderliness and curb appeal of all areas. This includes minor daily maintenance duties as needed. Provide general oversight of the House, including awareness of individuals and groups accessing the House. Enter work instructions into the maintenance book and/or notify House Team Leader and/or Operations Manager of maintenance related issues. Assist with managing maintenance projects as needed. Be familiar with operations, and educate others assisting with House operations, concerning House fire safety, security, heating and cooling systems. Ensure that linen supplies are managed appropriately. Monitor and manage House supply inventory needs within approved budget. Assist the Volunteer Manager in training and supervising House Volunteers. Work with House Volunteers to ensure expectations in their position description are met. Work closely with the Volunteer Manager to assess and monitor individual volunteer performance. Routinely assess, alongside the Volunteer Manager, the volunteer needs and opportunities for the House. Report volunteer issues/or and concerns to the Volunteer Manager in a timely fashion, working with him/her to rectify issues. Conduct House tours for families and outside groups as needed. Effectively communicate needs and mission to the community. Other duties as assigned. Knowledge, Skills and Experience: High School and some college. 3-4 years experience managing operations and volunteers with 1-2 years supervisory experience. Demonstrate good judgment, good decision-making ability, creativity and dependability. Proven leadership, time management and organizational skills. Ability to work in a team environment. Ability to calmly manage crisis situations. Excellent community relations skills required. Excellent written and verbal communication skills and a strong desire to work with people. Average competency in a variety of computer applications, such as Microsoft Word and Excel, as well as an ability to quickly learn and operate agency databases. Experience working closely with families or children in times of stress is preferred. This is a part time, weekend position. 2 weekends a month or more for the summer then 3 weekends a month or more thereafter. Shift starts at 6:00pm on Friday evening until Sunday at 6:00pm. You stay at the Ronald McDonald House the whole shift. Private quarters are available while on duty. Must have own transportation. Please submit resume to CEO/Executive Director, Ronald McDonald House Charities Wichita, 1110 N Emporia, Wichita, KS 67214, fax 269-0665 or e-mail at Susan Smythe email@example.com
Ronald McDonald House Charities of Wichita
House Manager - Team Leader
Supervises: House-based volunteers, professional cleaning and grounds-keeping personnel, resident families and houseguests. Responsibilities: Management of Ronald McDonald House operation, facility and property; provide family service needs. Accountabilities: Facility and Property Management: Provide family support by providing a clean and maintained facility. Provide orientation and supervision of families. Provide and supervise the communications of the Ronald McDonald House. Provide reports, data input, create and maintain records and files. Oversee the daily operations of the House. Participate in providing an inventory. Comprehensive House Manager Task List available. Team Leader responsibilities: Coordinate House Manager shift coverage. Facilitate new staff and volunteer training. Oversee House donation processing to make sure it is correct (i.e. paperwork, thank-you’s, usage/distribution, ordering, communication). Responsible for repair and maintenance completion (monthly list, walk-thru list, etc.) Responsible for family processes (i.e registration sheets, KanCare info, payment follow up, all information Finance Manager would need to process the family, rectify family complaints). Responsible for facility processes (keys, recycling, supplies, manuals, notebooks, petty cash, cleaning, landscaping, copies of forms, cleanliness and maintenance guidelines are met, etc.). Keep shared calendar up to date and be prepared for calendared items (mgr schedules, meals, volunteers, volunteer groups, repairs, etc.). Work with Operations Manager to complete House inventory once a year . Suggest staff meeting agenda items. Supervisory: Provide orientation, training, scheduling supervision, to House-based volunteers, (assisted by volunteer manager), professional cleaning staff, grounds-keeping personnel and all maintenance personnel. Provide orientation and supervision of families. Knowledge, Skills and Experience: Proven ability and knowledge regarding the maintenance and operation of a residential facility. A familiarity with and passion for Ronald McDonald House Charities Wichita. Good written and verbal communication skills. Proven ability to manage and work with other staff and volunteers. Supervisory experience required. Good organizational skills. Dependable computer skills and familiarity with Microsoft products. Compassionate and a good listener. Physical requirements: Must be able to: Lift up to 50 pounds Carry supplies up and down stairs Climb stairs Bend and reach as part of daily routine duties Climb a step ladder Hear within normal hearing range Must be non-sensitive to cleaning products Other: The House Manager shall carry out such other duties and responsibilities as the CEO/Executive Director may designate. Limits of authority: Personnel: Maintenance, professional house cleaning, Grounds-keeping personnel and House volunteers. Policies/Procedures: Recommends changes to CEO/Executive Director. Expenditures: Authority to purchase day-to-day needs up to pre-approved budget limits. The above information is intended to describe the most important aspects of the job. It is not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required in order to perform the work. The Team Lead House Manager is a full time position. The shift starts at 6:00 pm on Sunday evening until Wednesday at 10:00 am. The primary location is the Sleepy Hollow Ronald McDonald House – 520 N Emporia, Wichita KS 67218. You stay at the Ronald McDonald House the whole shift. You are paid 7:00 am to 11:00 pm. (11:00 pm to 7:00 am – sleep time not paid) Private quarters are available while on duty. Must provide own transportation. Please submit resume to CEO/Executive Director, Ronald McDonald House Charities Wichita, 1110 N Emporia, Wichita, KS 67214, fax 269-0665 or e-mail at Susan Smythe firstname.lastname@example.org
Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
Fundraising Campaign Specialist
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 their 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 their online portal at: https://careers-lls.icims.com/jobs/2350/fundraising-campaign-specialist/job
POSITION SUMMARY Responsible for event management of Envision signature fundraising events, coordination of cause-related and peer-to-peer marketing campaigns, external special events, stewarding key relationships most notably with Envision, Inc. vendors and coordination of the Envision Employee Giving Program and annual drive. This position will also provide writing and editing support for fundraising, stewardship, and marketing materials. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES/ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS INCLUDE • Organize and facilitate all special events most notably Envision signature golf & gala fundraising events. Responsibility includes promotion, planning, execution, sponsorship solicitation and donor follow up. • Work within the community to implement cause-related marketing campaigns, including strategy development, concept execution and donor recognition and gratitude. • Facilitate partnerships with churches, civic groups and outside organizations to implement external special events and peer-to-peer fundraising, including recognition and appreciation of donors. • Create strategies and look for opportunities to strengthen relationships with Envision, Inc. vendors to facilitate sponsorship opportunities and increase awareness of Envision Foundation programs. • Create and implement all aspects of the Envision Employee Giving Program and annual drive including strategy development and concept execution; responsible for solicitation, recognition and appreciation of employee donors. • Garner support and sell sponsorships for special events and Envision Foundation programs. Manage and execute related communication to participants and staff. • Create and oversee maintenance of appropriate record keeping systems for tracking donor participation, identification and cultivation of prospects. • Record all donor interactions in donor management software. • Collaborate as needed to write copy for letters, collateral material, reports and other items as necessary. • Attend weekend and evening 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. • Participate in planning yearly calendar of cultivation, solicitation, stewardship and recognition activities for donors. • Flexibility to perform other duties as assigned. JOB REQUIREMENTS INCLUDE Education: Bachelor’s degree in Journalism, Communications or Public Relations or related field required. Experience: Minimum of 3 years experience in fundraising, fund development, investor/donor relations and event planning; non-profit agency experience a plus. Knowledge/Skills: • Proficiency in Microsoft Office suite required. • Demonstrated experience in fundraising database capacity and usage. Ability to work in a team-oriented and collaborative environment. • Excellent written and verbal communication skills with ability to: o Work independently, conceptualizing and executing projects o Manage multiple priorities and deadlines simultaneously o Interact effectively with employees at all levels as well as the general public o Plan and coordinate events • Superior project management skills with the ability to track and juggle various stakeholders and tasks to deliver high-quality results while meeting deadlines. • High level of accuracy and attention to detail. • Ability to handle sensitive or confidential communications or public relations issues. Licenses/Certifications: N/A SUPERVISORY
Send resume to Envision, 2301 S Water St, Wichita, KS, 67213 or by email to email@example.com
Medical Service Bureau
The current Executive Director is retiring June 30, 2017.
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Leadership - Serve as the primary liaison between the Board of Directors and the organization. Attend all Board meetings and work closely with the Board president to develop meeting agendas and provide transparent reports
Hire and supervise staff with a focus on training, development, and accountability
Develop and evaluate programs offered by the organization
Marketing and Communication - Evaluate the current branding and marketing of the agency and develop and execute a plan to enhance the image of the organization. Increase the presence of MSB in the community to further engage donors, community partners, and clients. Develop and maintain positive relationships with community partners and stakeholders. Engage clients to ensure services are meeting expectations.
Fiscal Management - Provide oversight for all financial reports and ensure the organization is in compliance with criteria outlined by laws and funders.
Communicate financial matters to the Board in a timely and accurate manner
Increase revenue through grant writing. Diversify the funding mix through special fundraising efforts.
What We Are Looking For: Bachelor’s degree in a related field (Social Work, Public Administration, Business, Marketing, etc.). Experience supervising staff. Experience in budgeting and/or fiscal management. Ability to work with little direct guidance or supervision. An understanding of social work principles and/or experience working with vulnerable populations.
What We Have to Offer: Competitive pay, Paid health insurance, 3% of salary contributed to a Simple IRA, Paid Time Off.
Interested candidates should submit a cover letter addressing qualification and salary requirement, resume, and three professional references to Recruitment@msbmedlinks.org by March 10, 2017.
Heart to Heart Child Advocacy Center
Hiring Executive Director for a Child Advocacy Center covering three counties including Harvey, Marion and McPherson. Director will lead and direct all operations of the organization, including human resources, such as hiring, training and supervision of staff. Responsible for payroll, budgeting and financial management for the centers in Newton and McPherson, including grant procurement and management. Maintain cooperative relationships with all agencies who are members of multidisciplinary teams to work child abuse cases. Maintain multidisciplinary team response to child abuse and facilitate team meetings. Participate and attend state, regional and national conferences/seminars in order to stay well informed on developments in child advocacy. Write or revise agency policies and procedures. Maintain accreditation with the National Children’s Alliance by adherence to NCA standards. Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree with courses in management and finance. Prefer a Master’s degree with a minimum of four years professional experience in not-for-profit leadership as either an executive or member of management team. Computer literate with knowledge of QuickBooks and payroll functions. Backgrounds check covering all states. Salary based on qualifications and experience. Heart o Heart is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Submit resumes to Heart to Heart Child Advocacy Center, 702 N Main St, Newton, Kansas 67114 or by email to