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Melissa Hall melissa.hall at
Wed Jul 29 16:51:38 MDT 2015

Human Resources Specialist - United Way
The Human Resources Specialist executes human resource support activities under the direction of the Operations Director. Provides administrative support to the Operations Director on all personnel matters and other special projects as assigned.

Human Resources Coordinator Sundance Institute
Responsible for providing full Human Resource administrative support, including processing bi-weekly payroll, benefits administration, and maintaining accurate employee data and files.

Executive Director Community Development Corporation of Utah
CDCU seeks an executive director to lead the organization, fulfill its mission, develop and maintain relationships with key stakeholders and provide strategic direction to the organization. Responsibilities include; Homebuyer services: Guide the world-class homeownership advising team; secure sufficient funding to support efforts; build strategic partnerships to create access for target customers. Mortgage lending: Expand enterprise to meet the demand; maintain adequate equity and debt instruments for growth of program; ensure compliance with all applicable laws and regulations; assure CDCU represents homeowners as a realtor/partner. Housing development: Oversee the portfolio of construction projects; grow the portfolio by creating strategic opportunities; ensure sufficient and appropriate financial capitalization. Public relations and outreach: Drive the messaging of the value and impact of the organization and its programs; Communicate with government agency leaders, elected officials, stakeholders; lead outreach and marketing efforts. Fundraising: maintain and grow the current portfolio of partners, develop new relationships; review all grant applications for correctness and appropriateness. Governance: work with Board of Directors to ensure the mandate and mission of the organization is fulfilled; develop the strategic direction, vision, goals, expectations and performance standards for CDCU.
Qualifications: Minimum of 5-7 years work experience in an organizational management position. Must have Bachelors Degree or equivalent work experience. Proven ability to evaluate and facilitate both current and potential partnerships including business development and fund resources. Must understand the mortgage lending process. Demonstrate strong skills and experience in written and verbal communications, negotiations, organizational and systems capacity, problem solving and resource development. Successful background in business development with complex financial deals, as well as excellent communication, negotiation and writing skills; organizational and systems capacity; problem solving and resource development. Comfortable communicating and working with a range of people and organizations which may include lenders, financial institutions, homebuyers, homeowners, real estate professionals, lenders, units of government, elected officials, funders, media, etc. Strong professional network and proven relationships with local, regional and national stakeholders and partners. Demonstrated passion for the work, with a history of taking initiative and ensuring successful execution. Demonstrated ability to inspire, motivate and drive for meaningful results.

Executive Director - House of Hope
House of Hope seeks a qualified candidate for the position of Executive Director/CEO. This individual reports to the Board of Trustees and holds responsibility for the management and operational success of the organization's substance use disorders/behavioral health treatment programs in SLC and Provo Utah in accordance with its bylaws and in full compliance with all applicable licensing, regulatory, and accreditation standards. The successful candidate will be a highly motivated and well-respected industry professional with clinical licensure preferred (LCSW, CMHC, MFT) who is equally conversant in the clinical and financial aspects of today's behavioral healthcare trends. We are looking for an exceptional leader who is capable of building and advancing our organization per House of Hope's vision and mission.

American Diabetes Association - Utah, MANAGER, FUNDRAISING AND SPECIAL EVENTS

Take Your Career On A Mission!
Are you looking for a career opportunity that directly impacts the community you live in? How about an opportunity to have a rewarding career working for the premier voluntary health organization that supports people with type 1 & type 2 diabetes?
Our employees like working at the American Diabetes Association because of our opportunities, inclusive environment, work-life balance, benefits and culture. When you join our dedicated team you will experience the gratification of knowing your work impacts the well-being of millions of people, both directly and indirectly, affected by diabetes.

The Utah office of the American Diabetes Association, the nation's leading health organization focused on diabetes, is seeking a dynamic and outgoing Manager of Fundraising and Special Events to oversee corporate development and sponsorship and the execution of our annual gala. The appropriate candidate will be a self-motivated, high energy person with demonstrated experience in generating financial support for events by identifying, recruiting, and cultivating corporate relationships to participate as teams and sponsors. Additionally, the manager will recruit and work with revenue generating volunteer leaders to achieve event fundraising goal of $350,000.
This is a fundraising position with its primary focus on revenue generation and corporate engagement and support. Successful candidate is results-oriented with solid experience working with and through groups and corporations to achieve desired financial outcomes. Experience in working with top decision makers in Utah companies is strongly preferred. The Manager will have excellent sales skills and apply them on a daily basis to ensure the successful recruitment of companies,donors, and volunteers. Strong relationship building skills are a must and emphasis on "needs based" selling is a plus. Must know how to close the deal, confirm mutual understandings, and manage volunteer and corporate relationships to successful outcomes. Volunteer leadership involves describing ADA's vision of successful events, recruiting volunteer leaders to drive revenue growth, and using a positive, persuasive and charismatic approach to inspire and motivate volunteer committees to reach financial goals.
This position will also be responsible for organizing event logistics to produce a memorable event for participants. Therefore excellent planning, organizational and follow-up skills are required. Ability to manage multiple priorities is essential in balancing the fundraising and event planning tasks throughout the year. Must have experience managing diverse volunteer groups to accomplish specific tasks. Knowledge of the Utah market is key to driving local marketing efforts and finding needed resources.

* Bachelor's degree
* 3+ years of sales experience (non-profit fundraising and/or special event experience preferred)
* Corporate sponsorship and engagement experience a must.
* Online fundraising experience a plus
* Excellent interpersonal, communication, and presentation skills are essential.
* Must have the ability to work independently and as part of a team.
* Must have a working knowledge of Microsoft Office.
* Must be willing to work some events and weekends.
* Must have access to car as frequent, daily travel throughout market is required.
* Ability to lift up to 35 pounds.

The American Diabetes Association is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Prospective employees will receive consideration without discrimination because of race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, sexual orientation, or any other legally protected status.
Together We Can Stop Diabetes!

City of Idaho Falls - Municipal Services Director
This position plans, directs and manages, and oversees a broad range of administrative services including Finance, City Clerk, City Treasurer, Information Technology, and General Services; coordinates assigned activities with other City departments and outside agencies; provides highly responsible and complex administrative support to the Mayor.  Reports directly to the Mayor and works under the broad policy guidance and direction of the City Council and Mayor.

Labor Relations Specialist - UTA

Administers and ensures compliance of the collective bargaining agreement (CBA). Provides expertise and support on complex and strategic employee and labor relations issues to UTA executives, managers, and supervisors. Helps leadership manage employee/labor relations. Provides UTA's official contract interpretation to operational managers and executives. Manages CBA compliance. Supervises grievance process to ensure company policies and grievance procedures are followed. Investigates and responds to grievances. Negotiates settlements to grievances and discipline reviews. Analyzes labor relations issues, drafts proposals and costs settlement options. Represents UTA management in discipline review hearings and the Grievance Resolution Committee. Leads groups in identifying and implementing changes to business processes to comply with contractual requirements, or to improve business processes that meet business needs within the context of the CBA. Performs complex employee and labor relations duties without frequent supervision, including conflict resolution services to management, union leadership, and bargaining unit employees. Identifies, drafts, and distributes employee communications.

Pay Rate

$60,000.00 to $70,200.00 annually, depending on experience.

How to Apply

Please apply and learn more about this position at:

Melissa Yack Hall, MPA, Ph.D.
MPA Program Manager<>

Directions to OSH 214<>

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