The ALS Association Mid-America Chapter

Wichita Care Services Specialist

The ALS Association Mid-America Chapter seeks a Care Services Specialist. RN or MSW required. Experience with medical case management, long-term care or end of life training preferred. Must be willing to travel some. Position provides services to those living with ALS, caregivers and survivors. 

Salary: Commensurate with experience.

Job Description:
The Care Services Specialist provides those with ALS, their families, and caregivers with information about ALS, community resources, and disease management. This position located in Wichita, though focused on clients in Central/Western Kansas, is a part of the Chapter's multi-specialist Care Services team located in the Kansas City area office, one of the four offices throughout Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska.

1. Registered Nurse (RN) or Social Worker (MSW) with clinical experience preferred. Health Educators, Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists or Speech Therapists may be considered.
2. Ability to assess both physical and psychosocial needs of ALS patients and families, based on knowledge of ALS, the disease and its ramifications.
3. Knowledge of community resources.
4. Strong organizational and communication skills.
5. Maintains personal liability insurance (for personal protection).
6. Is competent in email, Word, and data entry. 

1. Raises awareness of the Chapter’s programs and services for individuals and families living with ALS.
2. Responds to client and family inquiries for information and referral including all referrals received from the National ALS Association Office.
3. Represents the Chapter and provides coordination at The ALS Association Telemedicine Clinic in Wichita.
4. Plans and facilitates the monthly support group meetings.
5. Provides telephone and electronic consultation on a regular basis.
6. Provides home visits as needed to clients.
7. Offers professional opinions or recommendations to Program Director concerning current or future Care Services Programs.
8. Contributes or reviews articles pertaining to patient care and information for the chapter newsletter.
9. Maintains updated information on ALS, ALS specific research, patient care techniques, and equipment.
10. Maintains client and family records for Chapter files.
11. Participates in staff/committee/Board meetings as required.
12. Provides in-service education programs to local home health agencies, hospitals, skilled care facilities, etc.
13. Coordinates the equipment program in Wichita Kansas.
14. Participates in continuing education seminars, workshops and conferences as available and necessary.

Contact Information:
Please email your cover letter and resume to Sally Dwyer, Director of Program & Services.
· Business Name: The ALS Association Mid-America Chapter
· Contact: Sally Dwyer, Director of Programs & Services
· Street: 6950 Squibb Rd. Suite 210
· City/State/Zip: Mission, KS 66202
· Local Phone: (913) 648-2062
· Fax: (913) 642-2431
· Email:
· Website Address:

The ALS Association Mid-America Chapter is an equal opportunity employer. 

posted 12/13/18

K-State Research and Extension - Sedgwick County

Family and Consumer Sciences Office Professional

Employer and Supervisor: The Office Professional reports to the County Director and the Family and Consumer Science (FCS) Agents. The County Extension Board provides compensation and benefits.

Location: Sedgwick County Extension Education Center, 7001 W 21st St N, Wichita KS

Position Type: Full Time, 40 hours

The FCS Office Professional provides administrative support to the FCS department and other Sedgwick County Extension educational programs.

• Present a professional and welcoming impression for K-State Research 
and Extension Sedgwick County.
• Respond to questions about educational programs, classes, and other 
activities at the extension office.
• Help agents prepare for programs including, shopping for supplies, set 
up, and tear down.
• Help to maintain the local extension webpages.
• Publicize classes and events on the website using Constant Contact. 
• Collect registration fees for classes, workshops, events and make 
weekly deposits to the financial manager.
• Help to develop and produce promotional materials for agents, 
including taking photos, videos, using Adobe Spark, Canva, Facebook, or 
other social media platforms.
• Proofread and edit written materials
• Assist with special projects as needed
• Schedule rooms for agents
• Collect, open and sort mail
• Help with data entry
• Relieve receptionist at the front desk as needed
• Make and distribute invoices to agents as needed
• Keep records for agent travel expenses, mileage, and registration
• Help prepare and distribute office newsletter
• Other duties as necessary (example: laundering table cloths after an 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:
• High School Diploma or GED
• Detail oriented and highly organized
• Proficiency in English, spelling, grammar, and basic mathematic skills
• Knowledge and operation of office equipment and personal computers
• Ability to use Microsoft Word, Excel, Office, Publisher
• Ability to learn and use other software programs as needed
• Ability to understand and follow verbal and written instructions
• Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships
• Ability to record, file and retrieve information
• Ability to keep sensitive information confidential
• Must have the ability to take and pass the Medicare counseling program 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Preferred:
• Bilingual- English/Spanish

This work is primarily sedentary and will be performed at a desk in the office environment. The work may require some repetitive movement of the arms and hands. There may be some moderate physical exertion such as carrying supplies and other items associated with educational events. This position may require some evenings and weekends.

Benefits: KPERS, PPO health plan, paid vacation, paid sick leave, and holiday leave.

Compensation: $13.00 per hour

To be considered for this position, an application packet consisting of a cover letter, resume and application must be submitted to Sara Sawer by December 11th at 5 PM. Application packets can be submitted by email to or by mail to Sara Sawer 7001 W 21st St N, Wichita KS 67205. If you have any questions about the application process, please call (316)-660-0100. 

posted 11/28/18​

Kansas Hispanic Education and Development Foundation

Development Director

​The Development Director is responsible for planning, organizing, and directing all the Kansas Hispanic Education & Development Foundation's fundraising including the major gifts program, annual fund, special events and capital campaigns.

The Development Director is responsible for planning, execution, control and evaluation of fundraising, public relations, and outreach for the organization. The Development Director works closely with the Board and Fundraising volunteers to enhance and support the overall mission of the organization, and to assure that ample unrestricted and program funds are generated. 


• Develop and oversee fundraising program

• Identify, research and cultivate funding sources to meet the mission of KHEDF
• Identify prospective donors and develop strategies to cultivate those relationships
• Maintain ongoing communications with donors
• Develop solicitation materials and write grants for submission of funding requests
• Maintain digital records for all donations and recognitions to include donor acknowledgements
• Collaborate with staff and committee members on the planning of fundraising events and donor receptions
• Collaborate with staff and committee members to develop print marketing collateral related to fundraising

• Raise brand awareness
• Acquire new recurring donors
• Increase average monthly gift size
• Increase average one-time gift size
• Increase number of gifts through different channels
• Optimize future email campaigns

$45,000 - $50,000 depending on experience

• Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Communications or related field
• Fundraising experience
• Foundation relationship and grant writing experience
• Familiarity with Customer Relationship Management CRM software
• Working knowledge of Microsoft 365
• Excellent written, interpersonal and verbal communication skills

The Development Director works with confidential data of major importance, such as plans for new programs, funding sources, and other proprietary business information. If disclosed, may be detrimental to the organization’s interest.

To Apply: Interested candidates should send their resume and cover letter to with Development Director in the subject line.  
posted 11/19/18

Kansas Hispanic Education and Development Foundation

CRM Data Entry Intern

In this role the intern will verify, correct and combine data in NeonCRM. The ideal candidate must be detail oriented, with strong analytical, time management and organizational skills.

Essential Functions
• Update NeonCRM records to match data stored in KHEDF’s proprietary system
• Remove outdated records and/or merge duplicate records
• Ensure accounts and contacts are properly assigned and update as necessary
• Create best practices and requirements for NeonCRM data entry
• Add data from various spreadsheets into NeonCRM
• Develop and create donor and student relations reports
• Review and update database including prospects, lists and reports

• Data entry experience is preferred
• Speed, accuracy and attention to detail is essential
• Computer proficient including Microsoft Office
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
• Positive, professional attitude 

• Business, Finance and other similar majors preferred

To Apply: Interested candidates should send their resume and cover letter to with CRM Data Entry Intern in the subject line.

posted 11/19/18

Rainbows United, Inc.

Vice-President of Human Resources

Rainbows United, Inc. is seeking highly qualified candidates to consider for our Vice-President of Human Resources position. The person we seek must have a proven track record in organizational planning and development, employment law, benefits and compensation, employee relations and HRIS.

The person selected will have excellent leadership, organizational and communication skills, work well with all levels of the organization, including Board and Leadership members, have a passion for Rainbows’ mission and guiding principles.

• Demonstrate advanced knowledge and skillfulness in organizational planning and development
• Demonstrates advanced knowledge and experience in employment law, compensation, employee relations and safety
• Leads and develops human resources staff.
• Responsible for the development and implementation of agency policy and procedures.
• Effectively administers all agency benefits, compensation and other HR programs.
• Deploy effective recruitment and retention strategies to ensure the hiring and retention of quality staff.
• Demonstrates the ability to serve as a successful participant on the leadership team and to interact effectively with the agency Board of Directors. Serves as a member of the HR committee.
• Promotes appropriate employee relations throughout the agency and assists and advises agency coordinators on HR issues.
• Insures the agency stays in compliance with all Federal and State regulations and files reports timely.
• Affiliates with appropriate human resource networks and organizations.
• Computer skills to include a working knowledge of industry related software, data bases and Microsoft Office programs.

• Master’s degree in Human Resources and 5 years’ experience required.
• In lieu of Master’s degree, Bachelor’s Degree and 7 years’ experience required.
• HR Certification preferred.

To apply please visit our website at

posted 11/5/18

Harvey County Historical Museum and Archives

Part-Time Executive Director

Position Description:
The Harvey County Historical Museum and Archives (HCHM) Executive Director is responsible for the general and fiscal leadership and management of the organization with a strong emphasis and focus on the mission and long-term goals of the museum. The Director works closely with the Board to provide direction for the organization, and implements the strategies decided upon. Key focal areas include programs, partnerships, fundraising, budgeting, and marketing and external relations.
The Executive Director is responsible for the day-to-day direction and operation of the museum, including leadership and management of staff in order to enact long-range plans. He or she is responsible for maintaining the facility and coordinating any necessary repairs or major maintenance steps.
The Executive Director will encounter many constituencies and must be able to effectively communicate across these individuals and groups to unite them behind a common cause. This person acts as the outwardly visible representation of the Museum and is expected to take a pro-active approach to engaging the community.

The Executive Director also:
Plans all Board development activities and coordinates with the Board to develop a long-range strategic plan. Provides orientation for incoming Board members and reminds Board members of committee needs.
Manages and leads all staff, and provides support and direction for their duties. Serves as human resources for staff including recruiting, hiring, reviewing, and supporting staff through the regular updating of policies and procedures.
Coordinates volunteers including recruitment, onboarding, placement, and supervision in conjunction with other staff.
Schedules and facilitates programs and events. Seeks opportunities to present HCHM to the community through off-site exhibits and programs. 
Creates 3-5 year exhibit plan with the Curator including developing a marketing plan. 
Develops an integrated plan for fundraising to include events, grants, memberships, research fees, sponsorships, and annual gifts.
Manages, secures, and maintains the property and facilities of the museum as well as the collections held in the public trust.
Creates marketing and other materials including quarterly mailed newsletter and monthly e-newsletter. Is proficient with Microsoft Office Suite.
Handles other duties as they arise.

Physical Requirements
Able to pull, push, or lift objects up to 50 lbs
Must be able to negotiate stairs

To Apply:
Please email resume and cover letter to or send to 
Harvey County Historical Museum
Attn Director Search Committee
PO Box 4
Newton, KS 67114

posted 10/31/18

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AmeriCorps VISTA Positions

Looking for Volunteers: AmeriCorps VISTA members are passionate and committed to their mission to bring individuals and communities out of poverty. Members make a year-long, full-time commitment to serve on a project at a nonprofit agency. They focus their efforts to build the organizational, promotional and/or financial capacity of organizations that fight illiteracy, improve health services, foster economic development, and assist low-income communities. Full-time members earn a modest living allowance of $12,300, benefit options and after a year of service are eligible for an Education Award of $5,775 or post-service stipend. Opportunities are listed at under the program name “WSU VISTA”.

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Nonprofit Chamber of Service

VISTA Member Engagement Coordinator

The Nonprofit Chamber of Service provides an opportunity to learn and gain experience in many facets of operating a nonprofit organization, program management, volunteer recruitment, solicitation, marketing and more in a major metropolitan city in the heart of Kansas. Be a part of planning for the long-term vision of the organizations, a nonprofit resource center. The VISTA Member Engagement Coordinator will assist the organization in achieving its strategic goals by working with the executive director, board and committees to implement strategic plans and programs for the organization.

Member Duties:

1. Create and distribute surveys for assessment of nonprofit training and resource needs.

2. Develop and maintain database of members, prospective members and nonprofit organizations in Wichita.

3. Assist with recruitment of new members with a goal of increasing membership by 10% targeting social service agencies.

4. Assist with solicitation of sponsorships for training and events, noting how many organizations play a key role in serving homeless, pour and under-privileged populations.

5. Help to recruit committee members and facilitate preparation for committee meetings.

6. Facilitate resident advisory councils and support activities that build community. 7. Identify and book workshop locations/presenters and assist with logistics and promotion of events.

8. Contribute ideas and recommended articles for the Nonprofit Chamber weekly newsletter.

9. Research and identify sources of funding for NPS programs.

10. Work with staff to write grants and submit funding applications.

To apply please visit this website.
posted 11/20/18