MPA Job listseveral jobs

Sandi Parkes sandi.parkes at csbs.utah.edu
Fri Apr 23 15:14:46 MDT 2004


  Make-a-Wish Foundation of Utah - Development Assistant

Posted: April 20, 2004

To provide support for the marketing and development office through 
donor tracking, donor cultivation, event support, and the coordination 
of special projects in fundraising.

REPORTS TO: Director of Marketing & Development

RESPONSIBILITIES:

    * Maintain donor database
    * Manage donor acknowledgment letters
    * Produce gift reports from database
    * Administer and maintain records and donations relating to frequent
      flier program
    * Coordinate donor recognition tracking system
    * Establish and maintain a library of wish stories for donor
      acknowledgment letters, donor newsletters and grant writing
    * Assist with additional development work as assigned, including
      errands and office tasks in support of events and special projects.
    * Provide support for special events through data entry for auction
      items and guest registration.
    * Assist with donor cultivation events.
    * Assist with Kids for Wish Kids program.
    * Attend donor check presentation events as needed.

QUALIFICATIONS:

    * BA or equivalent.
    * Demonstrable and excellent written communication skills.
    * Computer proficiency, including experience with Microsoft Office
    * Experience with Raiser's Edge or similar database software desirable.
    * Experience or career interest in development, communications, or
      not-for-profits.
    * Ability to handle multiple projects at one time.
    * Self-motivation, initiative, and independence.
    * Meticulous attention to detail.
    * Good interpersonal skills and an ability to work with diverse
      staff and volunteer group.

Salary range: $28,000-$32,000, with benefits.

Send resume and cover letter to:
Debbie Mintowt
Make-a-Wish Foundation of Utah
771 E. Winchester
Murray, UT 84107
Or, send via e-mail to dmontowt at makeawishutah.org
------------------------------------------------------------------------
KRCL Community Radio - Office Manager

Posted: April 19, 2004

Reports to: General Manager

Duties:

    * Serve as receptionist-answering phones, greeting visitors
    * Maintain office presence during office hours
    * General office duties-sorting mail, distributing faxes, ordering
      supplies, etc
    * Assist Membership as needed
    * Assist with all fundraising ventures
    * Order, track & mail fundraising inventory
    * Assist in maintaining the webpage
    * Serve as the admin assistant to the GM
    * Record and distribute Board minutes
    * Other duties as assigned.

Required qualifications: Must be computer literate - knowledge or 
ability to learn database management and other software programs; have 
excellent organizational skills; be highly motivated; have excellent 
writing & verbal skills; the ability to work in a very diverse 
atmosphere; a sense of humor.

KRCL Community Radio is a non-profit, non-commercial, station guided by 
its mission to serve those traditional denied access to the media i.e. 
people of color, women, different life styles and the disenfranchised. A 
small paid staff and a hundred volunteers keep the station going 24/7, 
365 days a year. Working or volunteering at a non-profit will be an 
advantage.

Salary range: Wages to start at $21,000, health benefits available.
Closing Date: April 30, 2004

Send applications to:
General Manager
KRCL 90.9FM
1971 West North Temple
Salt Lake City, UT 86114
Or submit resume via email to gm at krcl.org
No phone calls please.

KRCL is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

------------------------------------------------------------------------
Girl Scouts of Utah - Several Positions Available

Posted: April 19, 2004

Volunteer Service Coordinator - Two positions available

This position is offered in two locations: 20 hours a week in the 
Southern Utah Area, and 30 hours a week in the Orem Area.

RESPONSIBLE TO: Community Development Specialist
PURPOSE: To ensure retention support to adults and girls in assigned 
geographic service teams.

ACCOUNTABILITIES:

   1. Retain adult volunteers through development and support to
      administrative volunteers in assigned service areas.
   2. Interpret, promote, and ensure adherence to GSUSA and Girl Scouts
      of Utah policies and procedures by adult volunteers in assigned
      areas.
   3. Establish performance goals for retention of adults in service
      teams. Support and maintain full adult service teams in all
      assigned service units.
   4. In assigned service area, achieve a girl membership that reflects
      the diverse geographic area in regard to retention, outreach, and
      delivery of Girl Scout program via quality volunteer leadership.
   5. Support volunteer Service Unit teams in the placement and
      registration of all girls in area who wish to be in Girl Scouting.
   6. Maintain relationship with administrative volunteers communicating
      recruitment and retention efforts for area.
   7. Retain girl members by developing and implementing program
      activities to address service area needs in all populations.
   8. Submit annual action plan and budget with rationale. Document
      results to supervisor in the format requested with attention to
      detail and deadlines.
   9. Analyze data on state demographics, membership trends, and ethnic
      and underserved populations to project specific targets for
      membership growth.
  10. Support adult service teams by attending service unit meetings and
      events monthly. Monitor service team progress through volunteer
      performance appraisals and plans of action.
  11. Ensure adults sign up for and receive council training and
      educational opportunities that will help them become better Girl
      Scout volunteers.
  12. Complete membership placement and registration of adults and girls
      in assigned geographic location.
  13. Support all council fund raising efforts.
  14. Work collaboratively and cooperatively with staff members,
      volunteers, and community representatives to ensure results for
      mutually acceptable goals.
  15. Perform other duties as assigned.

POSITION SPECIFICATIONS:

   1. Minimum of a bachelor's degree or equivalent work experience.
      Organization, attention to detail, follow-though.
   2. Minimum of one year experience in volunteer management,
      non-profit, community organization or related fields.
   3. Demonstrated ability, success and experience in supervision and
      budgeting.
   4. Understanding of and ability to communicate policy and procedures
      to volunteers.
   5. Demonstrated abilities in planning, managing multiple priorities,
      marketing, speaking to groups and achieving results in partnership
      with others.
   6. Excellent human relations, oral and written communication skills.
   7. Experience in analyzing and assessing community demographics and
      resources.
   8. Computer literate.
   9. Understanding of and commitment to pluralism. Willing to accept
      the belief and principles of the Girl Scout movement and the
      ability to work with diverse populations.
  10. Willingness to work 30 hours per week as an exempt staff, this
      includes evenings and occasional Saturdays.
  11. Must have reliable transportation, current Utah driver's license
      and full coverage automobile insurance.

Closing Date: May 17, 2004
SALARY RANGE: Beginning at $14.00 per hour

Education Curriculum Coordinator

RESPONSIBLE TO: Adult Education Manager

PURPOSE: To help organize and carry out plans for the education, 
development, and training of adult volunteers. Provide resources to 
support quality Girl Scout networking, mentoring, and training.

ACCOUNTABILITIES:

   1. Review, update and design training curriculums that meet the needs
      of busy adults who need to learn about Girl Scout leadership
   2. Oversee orientation process, update materials, train staff and
      volunteers to conduct orientations, develop ways to offer
      orientation to rural communities.
   3. Create quarterly training reports, create and update adult
      training profiles.
   4. Work with Studio 2B Education Coordinator to facilitate all girl
      training components, offer more educational opportunities for
      girls ages 11-17, and conduct a yearly Girls' Voice Leadership
      Conference.
   5. Research, offer, and update on-line training opportunities, video
      and audio courses, and home-study packets.
   6. Oversee staff training needs. Offer new hires a Girl Scout Ways,
      welcome to GSU overview training.
   7. Manage training database, send out confirmations, create
      registration lists, notify trainers of courses, prepare training
      handouts and materials.
   8. Work with Adult Education Manager to offer new, exciting
      networking opportunities that meet the needs of the volunteers.
      Design and develop yearly Leader's Conference.
   9. Design, write, and oversee a monthly Trainer's On-line Newsletter.
  10. Identify supplies for trainings, set up training rooms, handle
      scheduling for training purposes.
  11. Interpret and promote Girl Scouting to community groups through
      formal/informal speaking opportunities, demonstrating ability to
      articulate the Girl Scout mission, program goals and council
      objectives.
  12. Submit annual action steps and budget with rationale. Document
      results to supervisory in the format requested with attention to
      deadlines.
  13. Work collaboratively and cooperatively with staff members,
      volunteers, and community representatives to ensure results for
      mutually acceptable goals.
  14. Perform other duties as assigned.

POSITION SPECIFICATIONS:

   1. Minimum of a bachelor's degree or equivalent work experience.
      Organization, marketing and or management.
   2. Minimum of three years experience in marketing, sales, training,
      community organization or related fields.
   3. Demonstrated abilities in planning, managing multiple priorities,
      marketing, speaking to groups and achieving results in partnership
      with others.
   4. Excellent human relations, oral and written communication skills.
   5. Computer literate.
   6. Understanding of and commitment to pluralism. Willing to accept
      the belief and principles of the Girl Scout movement and the
      ability to work with diverse populations.
   7. Willingness to work a minimum of 37.5 hours per week as an exempt
      staff, this may include some evenings and occasional Saturdays.
   8. Must have reliable transportation, current Utah driver's license
      and full coverage automobile insurance.

Closing Date: May 17, 2004
SALARY: Beginning at $26,000

Community Development Specialist - Orem Area

RESPONSIBLE TO: Director of Marketing-Membership

PURPOSE: To market the development, extension and delivery of Girl 
Scouting in specific geographic locations. Cultivate and recruit adults 
to volunteer in Girl Scouting. Position and market Girl Scouting in 
assigned areas.

ACCOUNTABILITIES:

   1. Recruit new adults to volunteer, oversee placement and orientation
      process.
   2. Provide girls with information regarding all options for
      membership and program participation. Work with volunteer service
      coordinator to place girls in troops.
   3. Develop, cultivate, and maintain strategic relationships with
      community organizations, educational institutions, and businesses
      in assigned geographic locations.
   4. Interpret and promote Girl Scouting to community groups in area
      via formal/information speaking opportunities, demonstrating
      ability to articulate the Girl Scout mission, program goals and
      council objectives/initatives.
   5. Develop and coordinate age-specific program events to target
      identified age level(s) needing additional council program support.
   6. Establish relationships with businesses and other community
      support groups to provide program-related activities to girls that
      are not otherwise served by traditional troops or service units.
   7. Work with Director of Marketing-Membership in the hiring and
      training of Volunteer Service Coordinators. Work with retention
      teams in the development of recruitment and retention goals to
      exceed the membership goals of the council.
   8. Submit annual action plan and budget with rationale. Document
      results to supervisor in the format requested with attention to
      detail and deadlines.
   9. Design innovative approaches in membership and program delivery
      that complements troop and service unit organization which meets
      the needs of our diverse membership.
  10. Cultivate new market and community areas; interpret and promote
      Girl Scouting to community groups via formal/informal speaking
      opportunities; demonstrate the ability to articulate the Girl
      Scout mission.
  11. Analyze data on state demographics, membership trends, and ethnic
      and underserved populations to project specific targets for
      membership growth.
  12. Secure the interest and support of religious and educational
      institutions, community groups and organizations; business and
      industry resulting in an increase of community resources
      supporting Girl Scouting.
  13. Cultivate new markets to extend delivery of Girl Scout program to
      underserved areas and schools designated as Title One. Establish
      and develop contacts with identified school leaders.
  14. Recruit, train and supervise volunteers and site staff for each
      outreach program delivered in assigned geographic location.
  15. Identify businesses and community groups that will support
      delivery of six-week program and make presentations to communicate
      council needs regarding short-term volunteer opportunities.
  16. Support all council fund raising efforts.
  17. Work collaboratively and cooperatively with staff members,
      volunteers, and community representatives to ensure results for
      mutually acceptable goals.
  18. Perform other duties as assigned.

POSITION SPECIFICATIONS:

   1. Minimum of a bachelor's degree or equivalent work experience.
      Organization, marketing and or management.
   2. Minimum of one year experience in marketing and sales, community
      organization or related fields.
   3. Demonstrated ability, success and experience in supervision and
      budgeting.
   4. Demonstrated abilities in planning, managing multiple priorities,
      marketing, speaking to groups and achieving results in partnership
      with others.
   5. Excellent human relations, oral and written communication skills.
   6. Experience in analyzing and assessing community demographics and
      resources.
   7. Computer literate.
   8. Understanding of and commitment to pluralism. Willing to accept
      the belief and principles of the Girl Scout movement and the
      ability to work with diverse populations.
   9. Willingness to work a minimum of 37.5 hours per week as an exempt
      staff, this may include some evenings and occasional Saturdays.
  10. Must have reliable transportation, current Utah driver's license
      and full coverage automobile insurance.

Closing Date: May 17, 2004
SALARY: Beginning at $28,800

FOR ALL OF THESE POSITIONS:

Girl Scouts of Utah offers excellent benefits, opportunities for skills 
and career development, and excellent working conditions. Please send 
resume, cover letter, and salary history to:
Nina Green
Girl Scouts of Utah
P O Box 57280
Salt Lake City, UT 84157-0280
Fax: (801) 261-1213
Or, send e-mail with this information to ngreen at gsutah.org

NO TELEPHONE CALLS, PLEASE

An Equal Opportunity Employer with a barrier-free office environment.

------------------------------------------------------------------------
Ouelessebougou-Utah Alliance - Assistant Executive Director

Posted: April 19, 2004

JOB FUNCTIONS:
PR/Fundraising:

    * Oversee successful fundraising events and strategies; work with
      PR/Fundraising committee
    * Solicit businesses and individuals; work closely with donors and
      volunteers
    * Coordinate and edit four annual newsletters and additional mailings
    * Establish and maintain fundraising relationships with schools
    * Write effective grants and oversee follow-up reports
    * Establish and maintain relationships with civic groups and other
      NGOs to network and education about Ouelessebougou and OUA

Office Management and Committees:

    * Assist Director in managing $350,000 annual budget and supervising
      Utah staff
    * Assist Director in supporting Board of Directors and Executive
      Committees
    * Prepare expedition groups for departure and assist them with
      PR/media outreach
    * Recruit, orient and supervise volunteers
    * Travel to Ouelessebougou at least annually, work cooperatively
      with Ouelessebougou staff

SKILLS/QUALIFICATIONS:

    * Fundraising experience required
    * Other related experience (budget and personnel management, public
      relations etc.)
    * Results-orientation, self-motivation and flexibility
    * Oral and written communication skills
    * Teambuilding and cross-cultural skills, including ability to work
      with broad range of persons (staff, Mali partners, volunteers,
      donors, educators, corporations, media)

COMPENSATION: Negotiable, based on experience, minimum $30,000 per year 
plus benefits.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: May 21, 2004
Note: This position has the potential for eventual promotion to 
Executive Director.

Submit a statement of interest, resume and contact information for three 
references to:
Ouelessebougou-Utah Alliance
10 West 100 South, Suite 605
Salt Lake City, UT 84101
Fax (801) 983-6256
For more information, click HERE <http://www.sistercommunity.org>.

------------------------------------------------------------------------
Salt Lake Community Action Program/Head Start - Parent 
Involvement/Volunteer Coordinator

Posted: April 19, 2004

This is a full-time position with benefits.

Responsible for Parent Involvement and volunteers as outlined in the 
Head Start Performance Standards. Coordinate with the FCPS Manager to 
act as an advocate and spokesperson for Head Start families. Serve as an 
advisor to the Policy Council. Coordinate and monitor various education 
and training opportunities, including GED, ESL, parenting, marriage 
enrichment etc.

Qualifications: Bachelors Degree with emphasis in Human Development or 
related field with emphasis on family studies. Previous Head Start 
experience preferred. Bilingual Spanish/English Preferred. Previous 
experience working with low-income and minority populations is 
essential. Men are encouraged to apply. Qualified Head Start parents are 
encouraged to apply.

Closing date:April 26, 2004.

Apply in person at the SLCAP, 764 S. 200 W., SLC, Utah between the hours 
of 9:00 and 5:00. Emails and resumes will not be accepted in place of 
completed applications and drug and alcohol testing and criminal 
background check are required.

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY AND AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER
CAP DOES NOT DISCRIMINATE AGAINST ANY PERSON IN ANY OF ITS PROGRAMS

------------------------------------------------------------------------
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Utah - Executive Director

Posted: April 16, 2004

Primary Function - Provide strategic leadership to position BBBSU as the 
premier one-to one mentoring organization in the community, matching 
caring adults with children.

Responsibilities:

    * Build and maintain an organizational culture that is mission driven
    * Facilitate the creation of a strong mix of talents, expertise and
      resources on the Board of Directors to meet current and emerging
      organizaiton needs.
    * Guide the agency staff in implementing the policies and strategic
      plans of the Board of Directors.
    * Implement effective fundraising plans and sound fiscal managment
      procedures to ensure the agency's financial stability and growth.
    * Create Community partnerships to enhance services.

Qualifications: Minimum Bachelors Degree/Masters preferred. 5 years 
Management experience. Demonstrated ability to support and Guide Board 
of Directors.

Salary Range: $55,000 - $65,000 based on experience with benefits.

Closing date: April 26, 2004.

Please click HERE 
<mailto:Lauri at bbbsu.org?Subject=ED%20Job%20Description> to obtain a full 
Job Description.

Send Resumes to:
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Utah
151 East 5600 South #200
Salt Lake City, UT 84107
Fax: 801-313-0286
Or, send resume via e-mail to lauri at bbbsu.org
No Phone calls please.
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Judge Memorial Catholic High School - Associate Director of Development 
and Alumni Relations

Posted: April 14, 2004

Judge Memorial Catholic High School, a private non-profit institution, 
is accepting applications for the position of Associate Director of 
Development and Alumni Relations. Judge Memorial has an 83-year 
tradition of providing the highest quality, college preparatory 
education in a socially responsible and culturally diverse environment. 
We are seeking a committed individual with a strong sense of dedication 
to the mission of education.

Responsibilities include:

      Development
          o Plan and implement an annual dinner/auction fundraising event.
          o Produce the annual giving direct mail campaign.
          o Plan and implement phone-a-thons.
      Alumni Relations
          o Liaison to alumni advisory board: Coordinate advisory board
            meetings and sub-committee meetings, recruit and manage
            board leadership and members, conduct stewardship events
            including the annual advisory board recognition event.
          o Produce Connections quarterly alumni newsletter.
          o Plan and implement class reunions and associated events.
          o Coordinate Senior luncheon/alumni induction, plan socials
            for career building
          o Maintain consistent communication with alumni through direct
            mail.
          o Assure maintenance of accurate alumni records.
      General
          o Proficiency with development database.
          o Facilitate a robust volunteer program.
          o Oversee support staff as required.

Qualifications:

    * Four-year college degree (may be substituted on year-to-year basis
      with direct fund raising experience).
    * Three years of fund raising, special events, public relations, or
      high-level customer service experience required. Management
      experience preferred.
    * Demonstrated ability to work effectively with donors, donor
      prospects, and community leaders.
    * Excellent written and oral communication skills.
    * Training in database management.
    * Exceptional organizational and multi-tasking skills.
    * Ability to manage and motivate volunteers and lead volunteer
      meetings.
    * Exceptional attention to detail, including content and accuracy of
      written materials.
    * Ability to accept supervision and to collaborate with co-workers
    * Computer skills including MS Word and Excel are required.
      PageMaker, PowerPoint, and Paradigm are a plus.

Reports to the Director of Development.

Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience; excellent benefits.

Review of applications will begin May 4. Position will remain open until 
filled.

Submit applications to:
Judge Memorial Catholic High School
Development Office
650 S. 1100 East
SLC, UT 84102
Or, send e-mail to larnette at judgememorial.org

-- 

-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
URL: <http://lists.csbs.utah.edu/pipermail/mpajobs/attachments/20040423/141774c6/attachment.html>


More information about the Mpajobs mailing list