Starkey, Inc.

​Administrative Assistant II

Starkey, Inc., an established leader in serving adults with developmental disabilities in the Wichita area since 1930, is seeking an Administrative Assistant to support the Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Successful candidate will be responsible for communication, scheduling meetings, and the distribution of pertinent materials between the CEO, Board of Directors, Leadership Team, and Starkey Foundation. Will also transcribe/maintain various minutes and yearly calendars and support the coordination of special events. Additional administrative support will be expected for Finance, Operations, Communications and HR, if needed. Minimum two (2) years pertinent experience in professional administrative or project coordination role, good organizational and written/oral communication skills, proficient use of computer related programs and office equipment required. Experience with Bloomerang preferred. Pertinent post-secondary coursework, certification or degree required. Previous work experience for an organization serving individual with intellectual disabilities a plus.

posted 7/30/18

Rainbows United

Major Gifts Officer

Rainbows United, Inc. a leading Wichita-based nonprofit providing vital services to children with special needs and their families is currently seeking an experienced professional to join us as a Major Gifts Officer. The candidates we seek must have a proven history of identifying and cultivating major gift prospects and securing gifts in excess of $25,000. In this newly developed role, the person selected will have excellent communication and interpersonal skills, a high level of enthusiasm and passion for working with donors, Board members and staff, a commitment to developing major gift strategies and reaching financial goals. Reporting to the President, this person must be self-directed and a driven fundraising professional.

Rainbows is driven by strong Guiding Principles and a unique passion to enhance the lives of children with special needs. Qualified candidates will be able to embrace and demonstrate a commitment to the Rainbows culture.

A bachelor’s degree and 7-10 years of major gifts experience is required.

For more information and to apply, visit

posted 7/26/18

Union Rescue Mission

Chief Executive Officer

​The Board of Directors of the largest men’s homeless shelter and rehabilitation center in Kansas is looking for a spiritual, compassionate, person-of-faith, who is professionally experienced in serving the needs of others, to lead a staff of 28 full-time and seven part-time co-workers in delivering life-altering services to hungry, hurting and addicted individuals in south central Kansas. The person hired as the CEO will start on or near January 1, 2019. Expressions of interest along with a current resume should be emailed to A full job description is available at Applications will close September 28, 2018.

posted 7/23/18

Wichita Family Crisis Center

Executive Director

The Executive Director is a senior leadership position and functions as the chief executive officer of the Wichita Family Crisis Center (WFCC). The WFCC operates an emergency shelter for victims of domestic violence, a court advocacy program, and numerous outreach programs. The Executive Director is responsible for the execution and administration of policies, programs and financial activities of the WFCC with the parameters established by the Board of Directors. The Executive Director fosters and maintains positive, team relationships with the Board of Directors, staff, volunteers, representatives of funding sources, community groups and donors. The Executive Director serves as the face of the WFCC and represents the organization within the community. The mission of the WFCC is to eliminate domestic violence in our community by supporting survivors through shelter, education, and advocacy. The mission is accomplished by the Executive Director through organizational leadership, financial management, fund development, program planning, human resource management, agency governance and membership development.


The responsibilities for the Executive Director include:

1. Administration and Program Development • Plan, organize and implement overall programs of the WFCC, including development of priorities, management controls, program evaluations and success measures • Provide oversight and guidance for all WFCC programs to ensure service models are evidence-driven, trauma-informed, and survivor centered • Perform and oversee finance administration and financial development • Maintain necessary contacts to stay abreast of legislative developments and other emerging issues of significance to the organization • Develop and maintain written policies and procedures • Prepare and manage budget to ensure compliance with funding source requirements • Maintain and submit statistical data, budget information, program summaries and reports as necessary for various funding sources • Oversee management of facilities • Pursue additional funding sources through grant writing

2. Fundraising and Community Development • Ensure the WFCC sustains a positive visible image in the community • Prepare public relations materials • Present speeches and participate in workshops as needed • Serve as a liaison with community programs and agencies • Maintain contact with agencies related to the goals and function of the WFCC • Maintain positive donor relations and organize major fund-raising events • Identify potential funding sources, establish strategies for approaching the source, prepare proposals and grant applications, and administer fundraising records and documentation

3. Board Relationship • Work effectively with the Board of Directors based on a strong understanding of corporate governance and the role of the Executive Director • Marshall the talents of individual Board members toward achievement of the organization’s mission • Provide staff support to Board of Directors and its committees at regular meetings and through assigned tasks between meetings • Support the Board of Directors with strategic visioning and reporting progress • Assure safekeeping of official documents and records


Working knowledge of human resource management, staffing and recruitment, basic employment laws applicable to selection and supervision, and effective supervisory techniques and methods. In addition to full and part time employees, volunteers are utilized in a variety of capacities.

Interested individuals should submit a resume, with a cover letter explaining your qualifications for the position, to WFCC Search Committee, c/o Hubris Communications, 266 N Main St, Suite 150, Wichita, KS 67202 or

posted 7/12/18


Senior Director of Foundation & Mission Services

Reporting to and in partnership with the Senior Vice President, the Senior Director of Foundation & Mission Services is responsible for assisting the SVP with strategic development, operational and employee oversight within the business unit. This position is directly responsible for continuing to build the development function of the Envision Foundation, raising funds to support the mission and oversight of key support programs that work hand-in-hand with the development department.

-Broaden the base of donors and secure financial support from individuals, foundations and corporations.
-Develop and execute annual fundraising plan including individual giving, grant development, direct mail, special events and employee giving.
-Develop and implement grant development plan involving foundations and corporations; manage all reporting
-Develop and implement annual direct mail plan
-Develop and implement Foundation special events
-Develop and implement employee giving program
-Manage donor recognition/appreciation activities and events.
-Manage the implementation of fundraising software and oversee staff responsible for data entry and gift processing including pledge reminders.
-Build volunteer group to assist in fundraising activities, special events and other Foundation programs and events.
-Initiate a planned-giving program as the need becomes appropriate.
-Ensure donor-related communications are timely and promote the fund- and friend- raising goals and activities of the Foundation.
-Oversee support programs (including art) efforts that provide assistance to key Envision constituents, with a mindful approach to continuous improvement of programs and development of evidence-based outcomes to maximize viability of the organization’s programs
-Develop marketing, promotion and recruitment strategies, in partnership with the marketing team to expand the reach and scope of Envision programs.
-Provide support to the SVP of FMS in identifying and developing strategies, SOPs and KPIs that positively impact or improve the Foundation and Mission Services programs, output and viability.
-Participate and add value in meetings with divisions outside direct scope of influence of this position at the discretion and direction of the SVP.
-Oversee efforts for recruitment, development, and performance evaluation of employees.
-Develop, manage and actively participate in the annual strategic planning process to include budgeting, monthly business reviews and other financial metrics as required.
-Maintain a safe and clean work environment by educating and directing personnel on the use of all control points, equipment, and resources; maintain compliance with established safety policies and procedures.
-Flexibility to perform other duties as assigned.

Education: Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree and/or Certified Fund Raising Executive designation preferred.
Experience: Minimum of 5 years proven experience in fund raising/development as well as managerial/administrative oversight.
-Proficient knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
-Knowledge of donor database management systems.
-Demonstrated excellence in organizational, managerial, and communication skills.
-Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
-Excellent interpersonal skills; ability to build rapport with donors, volunteers and the public with diplomacy, discretion, and customer-service orientation.

For more information:

posted 7/12/18

The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society

Outreach Assistant (Part-time/Temporary)

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 hiring multiple Outreach Assistants (Part-Time/Temporary). This position will recruit and engage schools to participate in one of our Student Series programs through telephone and written correspondence. Our Student Series campaign creates value-building programs for elementary and secondary schools that educate students about blood cancer, who blood cancer affects, and how they can make a difference in the lives of others while they raise funds for LLS. Successful Outreach Assistants may have sales and telephone experience, are excellent communicators and listen well to help coordinators build programs that fit their schools. Multiple positions are available at our Wichita KS office beginning in August, approximately 20 hours per week (flexible scheduling Monday-Friday with hours falling within 7:30 am – 3:30 pm). Unpaid days off correlate with school breaks. This position is paid through a staffing agency. To learn more or to submit your resume/application, please visit our online portal at:

​posted 7/3/18

Child Advocacy Center of Sedgwick County

Education Manager

The Education Manager, a newly created position, is responsible for the development, implementation and evaluation of the CACSC’s education program. This position is geared towards empowering adults and mandated reporters with the knowledge necessary to identify signs of child abuse, as well as the process for reporting to the necessary authorities.

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.

Job description available upon request.

Applications accepted for two weeks or until position is filled.

Please send a resume, cover letter, and three references to:
Diana Schunn
Executive Director

posted 6/29/18


Development Officer

​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.

-Organize and facilitate all special events most notably Envision signature golf & gala fundraising events. Responsibility includes promotion, coordination, execution, sponsorship solicitation and donor follow-up.
-Work within the community to implement cause-related marketing campaigns, including strategic 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 Envision Foundation programs. Manage and execute related communication to participants and staff.
-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.

For more information:

posted 6/6/18

Inter-Faith Ministries

Executive Director

Inter-Faith Ministries is seeking to fill the position of Executive Director. The position that will direct the organization’s staff and volunteers in order to fulfill this mission. We are a 501 (c) (3) not-for-profit organization with the majority of our operations and programs impacting Wichita, KS and the surrounding area.
IFM serves our community by providing emergency shelter, temporary and transitional housing, to the homeless along with case management to break the cycle of homelessness and poverty.
Salary range for this position is $65,000 to $75,000 and benefits include group health insurance, vacation and sick leave.
The successful candidate will oversee a staff of 30 permanent staff, full-time and part-time, hundreds of volunteers, and a budget of approximately $1.4 million.

-Establishes and evaluates agency-wide operations and ensures their effectiveness by developing, implementing and reviewing programs, policies and procedures to fulfill the mission and vision of Inter Faith Ministries.
-Executes sound fiscal management, understand financials, develops budgets and operates all programs within budget guidelines.
-Develops, implements, and evaluates a comprehensive funding plan to support agency programs and manages government contracts and grants.
-Oversees organization’s employees; is responsible for recruiting, hiring, developing, and supervising staff.
-Provides vision and plans strategy consistent with the agency’s mission, values, and resources in collaboration with the staff and Board of Directors.
-Develops and maintains a positive relationship with funders, donors, policy makers, colleagues, and others who have an impact on the life of the organization.
-Upholds the organization’s public reputation and representing Inter Faith Ministries to a variety of stakeholders including donors, faith representatives, community and civic organizations.

Position requirements:
The successful candidate will possess proven fund raising capability, management experience in business or public administration, non-profit, health/human services, or a related field. In addition the successful candidate will be an inspirational leader with a passion for the organization’s mission, a strategic thinker who leads and manages change effectively, and an individual who is committed to cultural inclusion and community collaboration.

Interested individuals should send resume and contact information to IFM Search Committee: 1102 N Jefferson St., Wichita KS 67203, or email to subject line IFM Search by June 15, 2018.

​posted 5/24/18

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