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Call for Applications - Executive Director
Sporting Columbia

Sporting Columbia Soccer Club is searching for an Executive Director.

Sporting Columbia Soccer Club is a nonprofit youth sports organization serving over 700 youth soccer players and their families in Mid-Missouri through recreational and competitive teams. The Executive Director is responsible for administration, management, and growth of the Sporting Columbia Soccer Club (SCSC). The Executive Director is hired, supervised, and reviewed by the SCSC Board of Directors.

Interested applicants should direct inquiries to the Board of Directors at Secretary@SportingColumbia.net

To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume to Secretary@SportingColumbia.net.
Review of applications will begin May 1, 2021. The anticipated position start date is June 1, 2021.

Duties and responsibilities
The Executive Director manages all day-to-day operations of the Club. This includes, but is not limited to:

● Ensure compliance with Club policies and bylaws
● Ensure compliance with Missouri Youth Soccer Association (MYSA) and United States Youth Soccer Association (USYSA) rules
● Hire and supervise Club personnel
● Develop, implement, and oversee annual Club budget in partnership with the Board of Directors and the Finance Committee of the board.
● Provide and oversee Club communications including maintaining the club website and email listserv
● Oversee Club facilities including maintenance, repairs, and improvements
● Oversee recreational division
 ○ Coordinate seasonal registration and team formation
 ○ Process season schedules
 ○ Plan & organize the coaches equipment handout and return
 ○ Place uniform order with club representative by designated date
 ○ Communicate rules, practice plans and field locations
 ○ Be present to oversee recreational games
● Oversee registration for competitive division and coordinate competitive division tryouts
● Set and meet annual fundraising goals, in partnership with Board of Directors
● Coordinate Club meetings in partnership with Board of Directors
● Provide support for Board of Directors including board meeting preparation
● Coordinate Club purchasing and inventory management
● Have a regular, visible presence at Club events to support and represent the Club
● Serve as Club liaison to Columbia Parks & Recreation Department
● Serve as Club liaison to the Sporting Kansas City / Sporting Club Network
● Develop and maintain relationships with key members of the Missouri soccer community and relevant public officials
● Other duties as requested by the Board of Directors

Physical Demands
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by a director to successfully perform the essential functions of this position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions:
● Required to sit, stand and walk
● Use hands to finger, hand or feel objects, tools or controls
● Frequent stooping, bending, pulling and pushing
● Reach with hands and arms
● Required to talk and hear consistently

Competencies
● Nonprofit management
● Public relations, marketing, and communications
● Budget development and financial management
● Fundraising and development
● Proven success working with a board of directors

Work Schedule
This is a full time, overtime exempt position which is seasonal in nature with periods of intense work demands (e.g. tryouts, registrations, the beginning of the fall and spring seasons) and
periods of lighter demands (e.g. the off seasons of winter and early summer). Work hours and days vary and include early mornings, evenings, and weekends.

Qualifications and requirements
● Pass background check and registration as required by Missouri Youth Soccer Association (MYSA)
● Complete and pass the CDC Heads Up for Concussion test
● Complete SafeSport training

Compensation
● Compensation will be commensurate with experience and other qualifications.
● Estimated salary range $40,000-55,000

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Temporary Positions

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Temporary, part-time and volunteer positions
Opportunity Type Location Closing Date
Shooting Range & Education Center Volunteer Volunteer Andy Dalton Shooting Range and Outdoor Education Center 7/2/2021
Range Volunteer Volunteer Parma Woods Shooting Range & Outdoor Education Center 12/31/2021
Temporary Wildlife Tech Temporary Part-Time Bunch Hollow 3/12/2021
Forest Pest Surveyor (Gypsy Moth Trapper) Temporary Full-Time St. Louis County/City (2 positions available) 3/31/2021
Range Safety and Maintenace Technician(Part Time) Other Jay Henges Range High Ridge Hwy 44 and Antire Rd 2/25/2022
Fisheries Resource Assistant Temporary Part-Time Sedalia Office, Sedalia, MO 3/19/2021
IT Application Support Assistant Temporary Full-Time Central Office 8/10/2021
Forest Pest Surveyor (Gypsy Moth Trapper) Temporary Full-Time Kansas City: Clay, Platte, and Jackson counties 3/31/2021
Forest Pest Surveyor (Gypsy Moth Trapper) Temporary Full-Time Dent, Texas, and Reynolds counties 3/31/2021
Equipment Shop Technician Temporary Full-Time Springfield 3/31/2021
Resource Management Technician Temporary Part-Time Elsberry MO 3/29/2021
Forestry/Wildlife Technician Temporary Part-Time August A. Busch Conservation Area 3/31/2021
Janitor Temporary Part-Time Runge Nature Center Jefferson City MO 8/31/2021
Resource Management Temporary Part-Time Williamsburg 5/14/2021
Resource Management Technician Temporary Full-Time Kirksville, MO 3/15/2021
Fisheries Technician 1 Temporary Part-Time Warsaw 3/14/2021
Forestry/Wildlife Technician Temporary Part-Time Warrenton MO 4/1/2021
Administrative Specialist Temporary Full-Time Hannibal, MO 3/16/2021
Administrative Specialist Temporary Part-Time St. Louis Regional Office at Busch Wildlife 3/26/2021
Resource Management Technician Temporary Full-Time Atlanta Conservation Area 4/30/2021
Fisheries Technician I Temporary Part-Time Hannibal 3/12/2021
Stream Water Quality Technician Temporary Full-Time Kirksville 3/31/2021
Assistant Natural History Biologist Temporary Full-Time Jefferson City, Missouri 3/31/2021
Resource Science Aide Temporary Full-Time Jefferson City, Missouri 3/31/2021
Resource Management Technician Temporary Part-Time Burr Oak Woods Conservation Area 3/31/2021
Stream Team Assistant Temporary Full-Time Jefferson City, Missouri 3/19/2021
Building and Grounds Technician Temporary Full-Time Sedalia 3/31/2021
Community Education Assistant Temporary Part-Time St. Joseph 3/26/2021

The Missouri Department of Conservation is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

To apply, please send a resume to Terri Diekmannn at terri.diekmann@mdc.mo.gov

NATURE AND SCOPE
• Contribute as a member of Stephen Ministries’ program development and delivery team, with opportunities to grow into a leadership role.
• Work is accomplished primarily at the Stephen Ministries Center in
St. Louis, Missouri, with occasional travel possible.


QUALIFICATIONS
• Minimum bachelor’s degree (master’s degree a plus) and excellent
academic record
• Skilled in using current technology
• Strong oral and written communication skills


RESPONSIBILITIES
Writers and editors serve on a team that researches, writes, and edits training presentations, books, manuals, publicity materials, and other resources. In addition, based on their individual gifts, strengths, experience, and interests, as well as the mission of the organization, writers and editors may:
• Serve as a project manager for specific product development or publicity efforts.
• Serve as a marketing team member.
• Work with or manage elements of the market research team or consultation staff.


COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS
• Compensation competitive with that offered for similar responsibilities at for-profit organizations
• Full healthcare and dental benefits for employee and available for family
• Two weeks paid vacation per year
• One week sick/personal time per year
• Company-paid 403(b) retirement plan

Stephen Ministries is a not-for-profit Christian training and educational organization founded in 1975. It supports ministry in more than 13,000 congregations, representing 180 denominations, from the U.S., Canada, and 30 other countries.

Our mission is:
To equip the saints for the work of ministry, for building up the body of Christ, until all of us come to the unity of the faith and of the knowledge of the Son of God, to maturity, to the measure of the full stature of Christ.
Ephesians 4:12–13

The 40-person staff of Stephen Ministries carries out this
mission by developing and delivering high-quality, Christ-centered training and resources. These materials provide equipping and support in many areas, including caring ministry, grief support, spiritual gifts, ministry mobilization, inactive member ministry, church antagonism, assertiveness, caring evangelism, and more.

Mail or fax your résumé and cover letter to:
Human Resources
Stephen Ministries
2045 Innerbelt Business
Center Dr.
St. Louis, Missouri 63114
Phone: (314) 428-2600
Fax: (314) 428-7888
www.stephenministries.org

NATURE AND SCOPE
• Contribute as a member of Stephen Ministries’ program development and delivery team and grow into a leadership role.
• Work is accomplished primarily at the Stephen Ministries Center in St. Louis, Missouri, with occasional travel possible.


QUALIFICATIONS
• Minimum bachelor’s degree (master’s degree a plus) and excellent academic record
• Skilled in using current technology
• Strong oral and written communication skills
• Demonstrated experience and proficiency in writing, editing, and one or more of the following areas:
» Project management
» Supervising staff
» Presenting and speaking
» Marketing


RESPONSIBILITIES
Program staff serve on a team that writes and edits training presentations, books, manuals, publicity materials, and other resources. In addition, based on their individual gifts, strengths, experience, and interests, as well as the mission of the organization, program staff may:
• Serve as a project manager for specific product development or publicity efforts.
• Serve as a book marketing coordinator or marketing team member.
• Work with or manage elements of the customer service team, market research team, or consultation staff, supervising one or more staff members.
• Provide consultation by phone with Stephen Ministry congregations.
• Direct two or more one-week training courses conducted by Stephen Ministries in various U.S. cities each year—supervising a conference team, teaching sessions, interacting with and assisting participants, and coordinating with hotel staff and other vendors.
• Teach at introductory workshops throughout the country introducing people to Stephen Ministry training.


COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS
• Compensation competitive with that offered for similar responsibilities at for-profit organizations
• Full healthcare and dental benefits for employee and available for family
• Two weeks paid vacation per year
• One week sick/personal time per year
• Company-paid 403(b) retirement plan

 

Stephen Ministries is a not-for-profit Christian training and educational organization founded in 1975. It supports ministry in more than 13,000 congregations, representing 180 denominations, from the U.S., Canada, and 30 other countries.

Our mission is:
To equip the saints for the work of ministry, for building up the body of Christ, until all of us come to the unity of the faith and of the knowledge of the Son of God, to maturity, to the measure of the full stature of Christ.
Ephesians 4:12–13

The 40-person staff of Stephen Ministries carries out this
mission by developing and delivering high-quality, Christ-centered training and resources. These materials provide equipping and support in many areas, including caring ministry, grief support, spiritual gifts, ministry mobilization, inactive member ministry, church antagonism, assertiveness, caring evangelism, and more.

Mail or fax your résumé and cover letter to:
Human Resources
Stephen Ministries
2045 Innerbelt Business
Center Dr.
St. Louis, Missouri 63114
Phone: (314) 428-2600
Fax: (314) 428-7888
www.stephenministries.org

Job Title:

Community Conservation Liaison                   

Location:

St. Louis, MO

Job Code: 

 

FLSA Status:

Non-Exempt

Division:

Private Land Services      

Grade:

 

Reports To:

Josh Ward

Revision Date:

04/16/2019

                                                   

Summary/Objective

Works closely with Community Conservation Planner (CCP) to assist with partnering and helping citizens connect with nature. 

Essential Job Duties

  • Works with the Community Conservation Planner (CCP) and partners to help citizens connect with fish, forests, and wildlife where they live.
  • Works with partners to integrate green space into the urban environment to provide equitable public access to nature.
  • Identifies and implements strategies to deliver community conservation to underserved populations and communities.
  • Supports community conservation projects and programs in City of St. Louis and St. Louis County with a focus on:
    • Louis Public Schools green infrastructure project (new)
    • O’Fallon Park Back to Nature Project
    • Community conservation training series (new)
    • Green City Coalition neighborhood workshops and events
    • Outdoor Youth Corps and other conservation-related youth employment programs
  • Partners with other entities to provide training to inter-agency personnel concerning urban natural resource management.
  • Works with MDC staff and partners to promote the establishment and/or maintenance of demonstration projects.
  • Works with existing partner efforts to create green/conservation jobs education and employment opportunities
  • Works with CCT to evaluate regional projects and allocate community conservation funding.
  • Works with partners on regional planning efforts, advisory teams and planning committees
  • Represents the Department at meetings, conferences, festivals, symposia and workshops as presenter and attendee.   
  • Develops and/or assists with the development of educational materials, plans, grant applications, etc.
  • Researches and identifies conservation principles, tools, methods, techniques and designs to be pragmatically applied.
  • Facilitate meetings and identify conservation based solutions to meet the needs of local citizens.

Ancillary Job Duties

  • Serve on internal and external committees.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Education and Experience – Required qualifications to effectively perform the job.  An equivalent combination of education, training and experience will be considered. 

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Conservation Education, , Biology, Landscape Architecture, Community/ Urban Planning, Environmental Sociology, or forest, fish and wildlife related degree.
  • Must maintain a current, valid driver’s license.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities May be representative, but not all-inclusive, of those knowledge, skills and abilities commonly associated with this position.

  • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.
  • Ability to operate a personal computer and various audio/visual equipment.
  • Ability to establish and maintain an effective working relationship with teachers, school boards, county officials, college and university faculty and administrators, civic groups, Department staff and members of other news media.
  • Ability to provide quality customer service in a courteous and professional manner.

Work Environment – Environmental or atmospheric conditions commonly associated with the performance of the functions of this job.

  • Regularly work in outdoor conditions, where climates may be hot, cold, wet and/or humid.

Physical Abilities - Activities that are commonly associated with the performance of the functions of this job.  The physical demands described below are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.

  • Move about grounds, both inside and outside of buildings.
  • Operate a computer and other office productivity machinery.
  • Frequently communicate and exchange accurate information.
  • Clarity of vision at 20 inches or less and 20 feet or more.
  • Three-dimensional vision- ability to judge distance and space relationships.
  • Regular attendance is a necessary and essential function.

 

Disclaimer: This job description is not intended to be all-inclusive; an employee will also perform other reasonably related job responsibilities as assigned by immediate supervisor and other management as required.  The Missouri Department of Conservation reserves the right to revise or change job duties as the need arises.  This job description does not constitute a written or implied contract of employment.  Management reserves the right to change job descriptions, job duties, functions, and requirements.


 

Program Director
PEACE Weaving Wholeness

PEACE Weaving Wholeness is a nonprofit established in 2015 currently located in the Old North community of north St. Louis. We are accepting applications for a full time Director for our program The Sankofa Culture and Art Wellness Village Naturally Occurring Retirement Community (NORC). This program provides arts and culture grounded wellness and technology programming for adults ages 60 and above. This exempt/non hourly position reports to the Executive Director. We are seeking an enthusiastic individual, experienced working with senior populations, under resourced communities, has experience in program management, has excellent written and verbal communication skills, and has proficiency in Zoom, WORD, EXCEL, and POWERPOINT.

The candidate should have a BA or higher in Social Work, Education, or Human Services. Other disciplines will be considered.

1.0FTE full time, exempt, grant funded position Works with ED and organization team to establish office procedures and protocols

Salary range $39,000 –$45,000 depending on skill set, and experience.

Position slated to begin January 2021

Job Accountabilities & Responsibilities:

25% Office management including day-to-day management of work flow for NORC
25% Social outreach through staffing the Community Advisory Council
25% Work with Washington University in developing and implementing NORC evaluation including data collection,and reportpreparationfor the NORC
10% Works with ED to staff summer camp. There will also be a full time Coordinator monitoring day to day operationsof the summer camp.
5% NORC participant registrations
5% Reports and assistance with grant writing 5% Other responsibilities as assigned
Please send a detailed resume, and cover letter. The cover letter mustspecifically address why you are interestedin the position,and how your skillsand experience are aligned with the position.
Both cover letter and resume must be received for applicant to be considered.
Email by December 1, 2020 to peaceweavingwholeness@gmail.com.

No phone calls please. Website peaceweavingwholeness.org

Director of Development and Operations
St. Louis Fashion Fund

Saint Louis Fashion Fund, long considered the voice of St. Louis fashion, is a nonprofit dedicated to the business of fashion and to revitalizing the city’s downtown historic garment district which at one time was second only to New York. Since its inception in 2014, the Fund’s mission has been to support emerging brands and businesses, stimulate economic growth and job creation, while serving as a fashion hub to connect and provide resources to fashion professionals and creatives.

Overview of Responsibilities:            

Working closely with board leadership, the Operations and Development Manager directs the day-to-day functions of the Saint Louis Fashion Fund.  He/she is responsible for managing the operations and administration of tasks, including fundraising and program development.

Core Functions: 

  • Assist the board in fundraising activities and individual solicitations
  • Manage the grant application and required reporting
  • Prepare development and financial reports
  • Ensure donors are appropriately thanked for their gifts
  • Manage the Accounts Receivable/Accounts Payable processes
  • Manage payroll process
  • Supervise the Program Associate whose responsibilities include:
    • Gifts Processing & Acknowledgments
    • Database Management
    • Events Management
    • Administration management

Qualifications:

  • At least three years of development and business operations experience is preferred
  • A bachelor’s degree is required, preferably in business or management, communications, marketing, nonprofit management or a similar field, or equivalent experience
  • Excellent writing skills and strong oral communication and presentation skills
  • Strong networking and partnership skills
  • Superior ability to work with donors and volunteers at all levels, building relationships that lead to increased financial support
  • Ability to handle multiple and varied tasks, while striving for accuracy and excellence
  • Ability to support with board on both day-to-day operations and long-term plans
  • Ability to use Microsoft Office products as well as familiarity with database programs will greatly enhance candidate’s opportunity for success in this position

This is a full-time/exempt position.  Salary is commensurate with experience.

Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to Sarah Melinger at smelinger@saintlouisfashionfund.org.

City Clerk
City of Des Peres

Job Title: City Clerk
Department: Administration
Classification: Full-Time, Exempt
Pay Range: $54,478 to $72,487
Starting Salary: DOQE 

Please see the following link for a detailed recruitment profile for the City Clerk vacancy. 
City Clerk Recruitment Profile

The City of Des Peres (Population 8,373, $21 million budget, 101 FT Employees) is accepting applications for the position of City Clerk. This position performs the traditional city clerk functions plus providing administrative support to the Mayor, Board of Aldermen and Office of the City Administrator. The position is appointed by the Mayor with approval of the Board of Aldermen and works under the general superintending control of the City Administrator.

This position provides a wide range of duties including:

  1. Prepares agenda for all meetings and compiles agenda packets for distribution to the Mayor, Board of Aldermen and management staff.
  2. Compliance with Open Meetings and Records Laws including publishing and posting all notices, bids and other notices required by state law and coordinating all open records requests.
  3. Attends all meetings of the Board of Aldermen and prepares journal style minutes of all meetings without assistance of taping devices.
  4. Maintains all official records and official seal of the city, including: ordinances, resolutions, minutes and contracts consistent with state law. Certifies copies of documents for court and other city departments.
  5. Provides administrative support in scheduling, routine telephone inquiries and written correspondence, planning special events, typing and copying of reports for the Mayor, Board of Aldermen and City Administrator. Serves as primary answering point for the administrative offices.
  6. Assists City Administrator in role as Purchasing Agent in coordination of bidding process, including placement of publications for notices to bid, distribution of bid packages, acceptance of bids and opening of bids for all departments.
  7. Serves as the City’s election authority, assisting the St. Louis County Board of Election Commissioners in conducting municipal elections.
  8. Responsible for processing and issuance of all city licenses including business, liquor, vending machine and solicitation.
  9. Notary Public

Candidates must possess excellent organizational, written and verbal skills. Proficiency in Microsoft Office required especially in use of Word and Excel. Candidates must be comfortable working in a fast pace environment with minimal supervision that requires multi-tasking of a broad array of job responsibilities. Must be comfortable working in a public environment with a high level of citizen contact. Experience as city clerk or assistant city clerk desired but not mandatory. Desire bachelor’s degree but experience may substitute in lieu of college education.

Applications must be submitted electronically using the following online job portal: 

Des Peres Online Job Application Portal

All questions concerning this position should be directed to the City Administrator at dharms@desperesmo.org or by phone at 314-835-6110. Applications desired by November 9th but will be accepted until the position is filled.

Des Peres is an Equal Opportunity Employer. It is the policy of the City of Des Peres not to discriminate on the basis of gender, race, color, marital status, national origin, political affiliation, religion or disability.

Community Outreach and Fundraising Manager
PCs for People

About PCs for People

COVID-19 has shined a spotlight on digital inclusion, a social challenge we have been working on for two decades. It is not a new challenge but something that is now more visible as our country is attempting to transition to distance learning, work from home, required telehealth and combat shelter in place social isolation.

Since 1998, PCs for People has been a driving force behind digital inclusion efforts across the US. Through a sustainable business model and unwavering commitment to the communities we serve, we have connected over 320,000 people in all 50 states and Puerto Rico and recycled millions of pounds of electronics. Our services include free end-of-life IT asset management and certified data sanitization, technology refurbishing, computer distribution, computer repair, internet service, and technology education.

About the Role

This full-time position is responsible for the continued development and implementation of PCs for People’s community outreach and fundraising strategies across the Metro East and surrounding markets. The position will assume supporting growth in coordination and collaboration of PCs for People with partner nonprofit agencies to increase digital awareness and literacy. This position will also lead in building partnerships and a network of nonprofit partners to maximize distribution, usage, and impact of affordable technology in our community.

Role Responsibilities

  • Community Relations job duties will be approximately 70% of total time worked and include responsibilities like:
  • Promote PCs for People’s mission and programs in the community through building a network of contacts, social media, presentations at community events, and more
  • Develop and maintain relationships in diverse and underrepresented communities
  • Identifying and educating organizations to coordinate services provided and develop access to new customers
  • Establishing strong relationships with institutional partners and developing collaborative approaches to increasing digital literacy
  • Outreach to community stakeholders (nonprofits and individuals) to encourage participation in digital literacy courses and affordable technology
  • Representing PCs for People at conferences, association meetings, and resource fairs
  • Identify and engage potential schools, government agencies, and nonprofits to host events, lead in scheduling and execution
  • Supporting sales staff in obtaining new recycling partners, especially among non-profit partners
  • Leading in nonprofit sales and technology outreach
  • Provide support and backup to customer service as needed
  • Support grant writing and fundraising efforts
  • Leading on local social media and other engagement activities as assigned
  • Support for distribution events will be approximately 30% of total time worked and include responsibilities like:
  • Coordinating Metro East-based distribution events and pop-up shops
  • Reach out to community stake holders in assigned markets across the Metro East to develop computer and internet distribution events
  • Plan, and lead the execution of events and efforts to boost internet retention rates
  • Work with other staff to support event efforts in markets across the country.

Desired Skills/Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent
  • 3+ years in a related field
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills.
  • Must be organized, detail-oriented and have excellent critical thinking and analytical skills.
  • Ability to take initiative, establish priorities, problem solve and function independently.
  • Demonstrated ability to exhibit a high degree of quality, integrity, and honor confidentiality of appropriate information including, but not limited to, customer data, organizational operations or work processes, donor and donor family information, contributor details, any financial information.
  • Strong working knowledge of Google, Microsoft Office, and Adobe applications.
  • Entrepreneurial mindset.
  • Desire to help the community.
  • Some travel required.

This is a unique opportunity to make a difference and positively impact the local and national community with a growing non-profit.

Expected start date is as soon as possible. This is a full-time position.

Application Information

Those interested can apply through our company site. Here is the direct link to our employment page – https://www.pcsforpeople.org/volunteer-job-openings/

Membership and Tribute Associate
Forest Park Forever

Type: Full Time
Location: Forest Park

Reports To:               Director of Annual Giving & Development Operations

Position Summary

The Membership and Tribute Associate is responsible for the organization’s Membership Program stewardship activities of General and Leffingwell Society members, Tribute program, acknowledgment process and other administrative support associated with annual giving and development operations.

Responsibilities

Membership Program

  • Prepares member acknowledgments and benefit fulfillment mailings.
  • Assists in production of in-house mailings.
  • Manages premium storage, inventory, and fulfillment.
  • Assists in preparation of work for volunteers and provides guidance and instructions, as necessary.
  • Assists Forest Park Forever in its goal to steward, recognize and cultivate donors and prospects.
  • Represents Forest Park Forever at events, meetings and functions as needed.

Tribute Program

  • Manages Tribute program, including but not limited to fulfillment, acknowledgment, donor cultivation and reporting for general, brick and tree tribute gifts.

Administrative

  • Assists with gift processing as needed, especially during high-volume times.
  • General administrative duties, including but limited to data entry for moves management, paper filing, electronic filing, telephone, and email communications.
  • Answers telephone and in-person membership and tribute inquiries.
  • Other duties as assigned, including general support the Development team activities.

Requirements

  • 1-3 years of successful experience in development; experience with annual giving and/or tribute programs preferred
  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite

Core Competencies

  • Teamwork
  • Oral and written communication
  • Organizational skills
  • Time management skills
  • Professionalism
  • Ethics and dependability
  • Initiative
  • Attention to detail
  • Ability to manage multiple projects concurrently

Machines, Tools, Equipment and Work Aids, which may be representative but not all inclusive of those commonly associated with this position: personal computer, telephone, copier, printers, fax, postage meter, camera, digital projector.

Physical/Visual Activities or Demands

  • Must be able to traverse the park and office. Mobility is occasionally required over uneven terrain during events or onsite donor meetings.
  • Regularly facilitates donor meetings via face to face or virtual communications.
  • Occasionally, lifts and moves materials such as donor benefits and development supplies, up to 40 pounds.
  • Must be able to position self to work with materials involved in planning event, this may involve reaching items in overhead or on the floor.
  • Clarity of vision at a distance of up to 20 feet with the ability to bring objects into sharp focus.

License(s)/Certification(s) Required: None

Benefits: Forest Park Forever offers benefits for medical, dental, vision, life insurance, and retirement 401K.

Learn more, and apply.

 

Development Manager
Wings of Hope

Wings of Hope is a global humanitarian nonprofit organization that has been helping the world’s most vulnerable communities since 1962. As our name suggests, we use our wings to connect people to the resources they need to meet their development goals.

Position Description:

The Development Manager is responsible for grant management, event coordination and fundraising and relationship management activities, including working with a team to create and implement the fundraising, development and communications strategies for Wings of Hope.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Core duties and responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

·         Assist with the creation and implementation of the annual Development Plan that incorporates a range of strategies including but not limited to annual appeals, major donors, grants, airplane donations and special events.

·         Serve as the organization’s grant manager with responsibility to lead the research, relationship cultivation, production coordination, writing, delivery, and follow-along/up for all grants. Maintains grant database and formulates an annual timeline for submissions and reporting.

·         Supports the organization’s cultivation, stewardship and fundraising event operations, committee relations, solicitation support, sponsor fulfillment and in-kind donation solicitation.

·         Support the work of volunteers in fundraising activities.

·         Assist with the production and implementation of campaigns and other fundraising communications and strategies.

·         Assist with the management of the Airplane Donation Program by supporting the Director of Development and working with other Development Team members to coordinate and execute program strategies and outcomes.

·         Maintain accurate and up-to-date database of donor communications and involvement.

·         Assist with bi-annual airplane raffles.

·         General development activities include support of Board committees, donation coordination as well as communication and marketing support.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

·         Bachelor’s degree

·         Three to five years of development experience

·         Grant writing experience with proven track record of grant success

·         Detail oriented with excellent time-management

·         Progress toward CFRE credential

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

·         Exceptional written, oral and interpersonal communication skills.

·         Appreciation and acceptance of diverse cultures and beliefs.

·         Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail.

·         Ability to effectively manage multiple and concurrent projects.

·         Ability to work with a wide variety of volunteers.

·         Proficiency with Microsoft Office, databases and social media technologies.

·         A passion for humanitarian work and Wings of Hope mission.

COMPENSATION:

The Development Manager is a full-time (40 hours/week), salaried position reporting directly to the Director of Development.  Employee benefits, retirement savings plan and professional development opportunities are available. Annual salary range is:  $45,000.00 – $55,000.00.

TO APPLY: Please send cover letter and resume to Angela Walleman, Director of Administration and Human Resources at angela.walleman@wingsofhope.ngo. Please include “Development Manager Search” in the subject line.

Wings of Hope is an equal opportunity employer and does not unlawfully discriminate against employees or applicants for employment on the basis of an individual’s race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, national origin, age, disability, marital status, veteran status or any other protected status. This policy applies to all terms, conditions and privileges of employment, including recruitment, hiring, placement, compensation, promotion, discipline and termination.

Chief Development Officer
Queeen of Peace Center

POSITION DESCRIPTION: Chief Development Officer (CDO)

REPORTS TO: Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

DIRECT REPORTS: Donor and Community Relations Manager, Event and Communications Manager and Grants Specialist

Organization Overview

Founded in 1985, Queen of Peace Center is a $10+ million-dollar nonprofit organization serving St. Louis women, children, and families. We are focused exclusively on family-centered behavioral healthcare. Our unique model addresses the full continuum of needs for those impacted by substance use disorders, co-occurring disorders, and trauma. Our programs provide treatment, prevention, education, and housing – including ensuring food, medicine, and basic needs are met throughout recovery journeys.

One of eight federated agencies of Catholic Charities of St. Louis, Queen of Peace Center is a separate 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and has its own Board of Directors. We are licensed by Missouri Department of Mental Health and accredited by the Council on Accreditation.

Position Description

The Chief Development Officer (CDO) is responsible for achieving Queen of Peace Center’s (QOPC) fundraising, social media and marketing goals. He/she has direct responsibility for raising funds through major gifts, annual giving (online giving, mid-level donors, appeals, etc.), corporate/foundation support, planned giving, and special events. The CDO also oversees marketing, branding, public relations, advertising, social media, and other communication initiatives.

In this role, he/she works closely with the QOPC Senior Leadership Team, the Board of Directors, a host of trusted volunteers, and various Board committees, including the Development Committee, to build and implement a successful development strategy. The CDO will be forward thinking and in tune with evolving fundraising techniques.

Core Functions

  • Working with the Board, Development Committee, and staff leadership, meet and exceed fundraising targets. Report fundraising results compared to budget to the CEO and to the Board throughout the year.
  • Provide direction and oversight to the annual fund, including Case for Funding, Annual Fund and Master Calendar, budget oversight, creation and production of communications, and other efforts that support annual revenue production.
  • Working with the QOPC Senior Leadership Team, identify QOPC’s funding priorities and opportunities and create a compelling Case for Funding; Revise annually.
  • Create annual major gifts (contributions of $5,000 or more) plan, set quantifiable goals and objectives, and see to their successful fulfillment. With CEO and the Donor and Community Relations Manager, increase annual support from major donors.
  • Provide direction and oversight to the Event and Communications Manager for special events dedicated to fundraising, including annual Golf Tournament and donor cultivation/stewardship initiatives.
  • Direct grants development process and oversee the Grants Specialist. When appropriate, build relationships with foundation officials and assist with stewardship of grantors.
  • Direct public relations and marketing initiatives. Ensure continuity of tone and message, oversee branding process agency-wide, direct communications and marketing efforts related to agency programs.
  • Serve as the spokesperson for agency to the media, as appropriate.
  • Provide direction and oversight for the fundraising database administration.
  • Supervise three fundraising staff and support consultants.
  • Working with the CEO and the Board of Directors, help develop the Board: facilitate the selection process; facilitate committee process; act as a Board liaison to build strong, lasting relationships between the agency and Board members. Keep the Board regularly informed about the meaningful work being done at QOPC.
  • Work closely with other Catholic Charities federated agency Development Teams.

Core Competencies

  • First-hand experience in directing a Development Department responsible for raising at least $1 million annually. Proven ability to work with major donors ($5,000+), mid-level giving donors ($1,000+), corporate funders, grant makers, and Board members. Proven ability to direct successful annual fundraising campaigns. Strong cultivation and stewardship skills.
  • Dedication to stewardship of donor gifts: prompt and accurate reporting of the uses of contributions; support of donor wishes; appropriate donor acknowledgement, etc.
  • Ability to direct multiple vendors and staff to achieve specified goals; ability to translate programming opportunities into successful marketing efforts.
  • Ability to create marketing and communications goals; ability to direct the implementation of marketing and communications plans.
  • Ability to motivate and inspire staff and to enlist staff agency-wide in helping with development efforts to build the QOPC Culture of Philanthropy.
  • Ability to communicate well in speech and in writing: Able to speak persuasively about the organization.
  • Excellent complex relationship management skills and high EQ.
  • Experience working with a Board of Directors, committees, and volunteers.
  • Ability to develop effective partnerships with internal and external constituencies.
  • Ability to build and maintain positive constituent and colleague relationships through constructive communication skills and professionalism. Ability to work with people from a variety of culturally diverse backgrounds.
  • Strong interpersonal and motivational skills.
  • Strong organizational and time management skills.
  • Willingness to travel around the St. Louis region, as requested.
  • Desire to work with an exceptional Senior Leadership Team in an environment of measurable accountability. Ability to work independently as well.

Qualifications

Education and certification: Bachelor’s degree required; CFRE strongly preferred. Experience with strategic planning and nonprofit budgeting preferred.

Experience: At least 8-10 years of successful fundraising experience, preferably at a social service or community-focused agency. Successful experience with nonprofits having an annual budget of at least $5+ million.

To learn more about Queen of Peace Center, please visit www.qopcstl.org.

More information and apply.

Application Instructions

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to llexow@ccstl.org. No phone calls, please.

Queen of Peace Center is an equal access, equal opportunity, affirmative action employer that is fully committed to achieving a diverse workforce. Equal Opportunity is and shall be provided for all employees and applicants for employment on the basis of their demonstrated ability and competence without unlawful discrimination on the basis of their race, color, national origin, ancestry, religion, sex, age, genetic information, disability, or protected veteran status.

Major Project Manager II
City of St. Louis

Promotes and facilitates development projects in strategic areas and plans, organizes, monitors, manages, and evaluates economic development project activities

GENERAL SUMMARY

Under limited supervision, promotes and facilitates development projects in strategic areas. Plans, organizes, monitors, manages, and evaluates economic development project activities.

Responsibilities include: coordinating, directing, and implementing programs and projects that support commercial and industrial development; workforce development; construction project management; the attraction of and assistance to domestic and international businesses; development of public facilities and infrastructure; small business development initiatives; innovation/technology development initiatives, and/or other economic development, redevelopment, or capital improvement programs or projects.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

  • Manages all aspects of assigned major project areas to ensure successful development completion.
  • Assists in representing SLDC on economic development boards and committees, and other issues as assigned
  • Develops management plans including current and critical path schedules for projects.
  • Meets and works with innovation/technology development programs, citizen committees, special interest groups, non-profit organizations, and neighborhood groups concerning economic development issues and problems.
  • Performs economic development ombudsman duties with City departments and outside agencies for project areas. Coordinates with developers, other departments, city agencies, and state and federal agencies to assure that projects stay on schedule and within budget.
  • Evaluates projects on a cost/benefit basis.
  • Prepares reports on economic development activities.
  • Negotiates development agreements and contracts with private developers where necessary.
  • Drafts request for proposals/qualifications, and manages negotiating process. Manages the RFQ/RFP process.
  • Analyzes third-party proposals and identifies appropriate strategies to assist the parties involved.
  • Prepares board resolutions required for approval of various phases of the development process.
  • Researches, applies for, and manages grant proposals.

The intent of this position description is to provide a representative summary of the major duties and responsibilities performed by incumbents of this job. Incumbents may be requested to perform job-related tasks other than those specifically presented in this description.

WORKING CONDITIONS AND PHYSICAL EFFORT:

  • Work includes site visits in the field.
  • Ability to drive – site visits.
  • Ability to walk and move around buildings with uneven flooring and rubble
  • Exposure to elements during site visits
  • Requires the ability to lift and carry files/papers of up to twenty pounds.
  • Requires the ability to stoop, crouch, balance, bend, and climb during site visits.
  • Requires the ability to distinguish objects clearly in near vision for writing and computer work.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

St. Louis Development Corporation is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, ancestry, religion, age, disability, sex or sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetic information, veteran's status or marital status.

Qualifications

Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor's Degree in Public or Business Administration, Economic Development, MBA, or a related field. Extensive (5+ years) progressively responsible work experience at a level that required supervision or management of projects and programs in economic development, redevelopment, commercial real estate development, business assistance, construction management, public facility or infrastructure development, and public and/or private finance.

Work requires considerable independent judgment and initiative in combining a broad scope of professional planning and economic development knowledge and sophisticated, analytical judgments to solve a variety of complex, technical problems. Must have strong, demonstrated communication skills (public speaking, persuasive writing, report writing, negotiation, building consensus, communicating complex topics/concepts to varied audiences). Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Experience with mapping software with the ability to create maps with layered data (i.e., ERSIs and ArcView) a plus. Able to adapt quickly to new technology – document management software, databases, project management software, mapping tools. Etc.

CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:

  • Requires St. Louis City residency within 180 days of successful completion of the 180-day probationary period.
  • Requires valid driver’s license - site visits/commercial area surveys.

Applications are taken online only using the City's application portal

Executive Director
Empower Missouri

Mission:

Empower Missouri works to secure basic human needs and equal justice for every person in our state through coalition-building and advocacy.

Vision:

We envision a Missouri in which all people have food, shelter, and justice.

Values:

·       Adequate nutrition, affordable housing, and equal justice are essential for Missouri’s success.

·       All structural oppressions are recognized, challenged, and dismantled.

·       Evidence-based public policy is foundational for those who govern.

·       The lawmaking process is truly accessible to all in our state.

About the Position:

The Executive Director will be a highly motivated, engaged, and dynamic individual with an interest in securing basic human needs and equal justice for every person in Missouri through coalition-building and advocacy. The Executive Director (ED) serves as the hands-on leader working with the Board to execute the strategic initiatives of Advocacy, Communication, and Education for the organization. The ED ensures the organization’s role as a source of education, information, community involvement, business and collegial support, and development. The ED should be willing to serve as support for the team in their specific areas of focus, experience and knowledge while building and maintaining structure and alignment throughout the organization. The ED should be a consensus builder with a passion for equality.

Roles and Responsibilities:

Administrative

·          Supervise and manage a staff of five current employees (mix of full time/part time).  In addition, work with outsourced staff (such as part time bookkeeper) as necessary.

·          Assess any additional staffing needs to fulfill the mission of Empower Missouri.

·          Develop a strategic alignment of the organization from staff to board to external groups that allows everyone to understand, embrace and pursue the mission of Empower Missouri.

·          Provide support and guidance to build upon current revenue. Ensure a robust grant program to support the mission of Empower Missouri, while developing innovative programming to drive value for donors and potential sponsorships.

·          Effectively manage the organization from fiscal, administrative, and infrastructure perspectives.

·          Approve and manage expenses, financial reports, and policy updates

Engagement

·          Be the primary resource to the board and staff for best practices, new ideas, and strong execution of shared goals.

·          Manage a diverse communication strategy plan for both internal and external stakeholders, including but not limited to newsletters, website, social media, etc.

·          Motivate participation in this great organization, both through donations and volunteer efforts.

·          Support staff and work well within a team.

·          Work closely with the board to create and convey one cohesive voice for the issues of the state.

Development

·          Support and grow the robust grants program that currently exists.

·          Develop and engage an annual giving program for individuals.

·          Actively target and pursue corporate giving in support of mission.

·          Assess all current fundraising activities and make recommendations towards additions, subtractions and improvements.

Qualifications:

·          Minimum of ten (10) years’ experience in upper management positions within an advocacy organization is preferred.

·          Relevant Bachelor’s Degree or other related higher education is preferred.

·          A diversity of knowledge and skills to effectively manage the organization including personnel management, fiscal management, fundraising management and growth, advocacy, event management, communications strategies, technology savvy, and building of partnerships and coalitions.

·          Ability to set priorities, delegate responsibilities, mentor, motivate, and develop others.

·          Strong ability to multi-task and manage competing priorities.

·          Strong creative and entrepreneurial spirit that enables the organization to grow and expand its influence within its vision and mission.

·          Currently living in the state of Missouri.

·          25-50% of in-state travel expected (as pandemic conditions allow)

·          Engaging personality with strong public speaking skills

·          Strong writing & communication skills

HOW TO APPLY / CONTACT

Send cover letter, resume detailing measurable success in the key qualifications for the positions jobs@nmblstrategies.com.

No phone calls please. All candidates will be notified via email as to the status of their application.

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