Job Opportunities

During the Covid-19 Pandemic, it is yet more important to connect skilled resources with enterprises who need such support.  As a free community service, The OgdenPost Consulting Group will be posting Job Opportunities on behalf of organizations seeking such expertise.  Contact us if you would like your job listing featured on our site; send the relevant information to topcg@ogdenpost.com.

Date provided: Mar 23

Holden Forest & Gardens

Facility Rentals Associate

https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=db704977-d8c5-4be2-a36a-23f4002eddc0&ccId=19000101_000001&jobId=406501&source=CC2&lang=en_US

 

Holden Forest & Gardens (The Holden Arboretum & Cleveland Botanical Garden) is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to hiring a diverse and talented workforce. We seek skilled, knowledgeable and experienced individuals to join our staff and enhance our reputation as one of the country’s foremost arboreta.

 

 

VICTORIA LINDEMAN
HUMAN RESOURCE GENERALIST

Holden Forests & Gardens

holdenfg.org

440.479.3794 (cell)

Date provided: March 3, 2021

City Fresh Program of New Agrarian Center

 

PROGRAM COORDINATOR

City Fresh Program Coordinator

Hours: 40/wk April-December 2021

Compensation: $20,000

Supervised by: Executive Director

Supervises: Farmer Liaison, Volunteers

About City Fresh: City Fresh is a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program connecting small area farmers to eaters in urban and rural food deserts and beyond. Since 2005, City Fresh has delivered weekly shares of produce to shareholders in Cuyahoga and Lorain counties during our 20 week season. We work to promote a healthier, more sustainable, and more equitable food system in Northeast Ohio. We are currently the only CSA to have a limited income share option for qualifying participants, the only to accept the Ohio Direction Card, and the only to offer week-to-week purchasing.

The New Agrarian Center is committed to being an equitable employer and a diverse, affirming organization. We do not tolerate discrimination, including with regard to race, color, national origin, gender identity or expression, religion, age, ability, sexual orientation, family status, or criminal history. We encourage employment applications and program participation from all qualified individuals including people with criminal histories, women, people of color, people with disabilities, and people in the LGBTQIA community.

The City Fresh Coordinator will be the main point of contact for our 1500 CSA customers, 75 volunteers, and 15 pick up locations. 

The ideal candidate will have:

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills

  • Highly organized and detail-oriented

  • Ability to regularly work flexible hours

  • Reliable transportation

  • Database management experience

  • Experience managing large teams, volunteer management a plus

  • A customer-focused outlook

  • Ability to effectively manage time and rapidly assess organizational priorities

  • Marketing experience, including a working knowledge of social media

  • Familiarity with CSAs, local foods, seasonal eating

Responsibilities include:

  • Volunteer coordination, training, and oversight

  • Community outreach

  • Marketing, including digital and social media

  • Ensure reliability of produce delivery

  • Consistent collaboration with Executive Director and Farmer Liaison 

TO APPLY:  Please send a simple resume, a letter of interest including what experience you bring to the position, and a list of 3 relevant work references with contact information to annakiss@cityfresh.org

Application deadline: Monday, March 15, 2021.

https://cityfresh.org/

Date Provided: February 25, 2021

ProBon Partnership of Ohio,

 

Powered by attorney volunteers, Pro Bono Partnership of Ohio (PBPO) strengthens our community by providing free business legal services and education to nonprofits. More information about PBPO can be found at pbpohio.org

 

We are looking for two attorneys to join our team:

 

(1) Full-Time Dayton Counsel (remote or in our downtown Dayton office)

(2) Part-Time Staff Attorney (remote)

 

Both of these flexible positions offer a unique opportunity to provide direct legal services to nonprofit organizations, to serve as a resource to PBPO’s attorney volunteers and nonprofit clients, and to educate clients on nonprofit legal issues. More information on both of these positions can be found on our website here.

 

** Please share these postings with your network!

 

Pro Bono Partnership of Ohio | pbpohio.org | 513.977.0304

Date provided: February 22, 2021

HOLDEN FOREST & GARDENS, Cleveland area, Ohio

 

Communications Specialist

 

https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=db704977-d8c5-4be2-a36a-23f4002eddc0&ccId=19000101_000001&jobId=405057&source=CC2&lang=en_US

 

Holden Forest & Gardens (The Holden Arboretum & Cleveland Botanical Garden) is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to hiring a diverse and talented workforce. We seek skilled, knowledgeable and experienced individuals to join our staff and enhance our reputation as one of the country’s foremost arboreta.

 

VICTORIA LINDEMAN
HUMAN RESOURCE GENERALIST

Holden Forests & Gardens

holdenfg.org

440.479.3794 (cell)

Date Provided: February 19, 2021

InMotion, Cleveland Ohio

Position: Director of Development

Reports to: Chief Executive Officer

Classification: Full-time, exempt

 

The Director of Development will work closely with the CEO and volunteer leadership to identify, solicit and steward gifts in support of InMotion’s mission. InMotion prides itself on its commitment to developing transformational relationships, not merely transactional ones, with its prospects and donors. This value is woven into all annual plans, activities, campaigns, and communications aspects of the organization.

Fundraising activities include the annual appeal, an annual walk/run, major/planned gift solicitation, and grants. Currently, this position supervises a full-time Database Manager.

Effectively deploying and managing InMotion’s internal resources, the Director of Development will be responsible for the following:

  • Identifying new funding sources and relationships and soliciting gifts

  • Stewarding and upgrading existing funding sources and relationships

Fulfilling these priorities will include the following:

  • Solicit and close gifts

  • Draft, execute and evaluate the annual fundraising plan with input from the CEO, Development Committee Chair and other board members as appropriate; establish and maintain annual metrics to track fundraising efforts

  • Initiate and nurture relationships: prospects, lapsed donors, current donors, corporate partners, foundation program officers, board members, community partners and others

  • Identify and deploy internal resources to achieve fundraising goals by ensuring that the President & CEO and Board of Directors are effectively used for donor cultivation, solicitation and stewardship.

  • Create donor campaigns and acknowledgements that incorporate all appropriate channels (direct mail, email, phone solicitation, in-person meetings) to target specific donor segments for unrestricted funding; work in tandem with the CEO and key board members to engage regularly with major/planned gift donors and prospects

  • Identify and solicit event sponsors as well as potential corporate program partners

  • Collaborate with CEO on grants, including identifying and researching prospective grants; meeting with program officers; writing outlines/full proposals; editing proposals; completing necessary reports for awarded grants

  • Develop process for ensuring donor and constituent contacts, data, and touches are current in Raisers Edge

The Director of Development should be prepared to:

  • Work eagerly, collaboratively, and positively with staff, board, clients, and donors to achieve fundraising success

  • Solicit gifts

  • Participate in creating the annual fundraising budget

  • Establish and evaluate metrics for organizational development performance

  • Give and receive constructive feedback

Qualifications

  • 5+ years in nonprofit development position OR equivalent work experience that highlights skills required for a development position

  • Experience in annual fund-building and stewarding relationships

  • Knowledge of comprehensive fund development plans with direct experience developing and implementing these plans preferred

  • Commitment to the fundraising profession’s highest ethical standards

Skills

  • Ability to motivate self and others

  • Understanding of people, positive outlook and willingness to embrace InMotion’s mission

  • Excellent written and verbal communication

  • Presentation skills and closing acumen

  • Ability to delegate and follow up on responsibilities in a timely fashion

  • Highly organized with attention to detail in a fast-paced environment

  • Understanding of Raisers Edge

  • Ability to maintain client and donor confidentiality

  • Ability to prioritize, plan and meet deadlines consistently

  • Strong intrapersonal skills and ability to work effectively with a diverse set of stakeholders

  • Comfort with accountability and performance-based metrics

InMotion

InMotion, a nonprofit organization located in Cleveland, OH, is at the forefront of community-based programming for people with Parkinson’s disease. Since opening our doors in 2015, InMotion serves over 1,100 participants in Northeast Ohio. Our integrated and holistic wellness program is designed to complement the care our participants receive from their healthcare team in ways that address mind, body and spirit. InMotion is completely funded through donations from individuals, businesses, and foundations and offers its programs free of charge to people with Parkinson’s disease, eliminating the barrier of cost for the people it serves.

Submit a letter of interest and resume to: Cathe Schwartz, cschwartz@beinmotion.org. No phone calls.

Date provided: Feb 13th, 2021

The Gathering Place, Cleveland, Ohio

 

Volunteer Services Manager Job Description

The Gathering Place, a Cleveland based not for profit, seeks a Volunteer Services Manager to oversee recruiting, training and managing volunteers to support the organization and those on their cancer journey in Northeast Ohio.  The Gathering Place is a caring community that supports, educates and empowers individuals and families touched by cancer.  All programs are delivered free of charge through the generosity of donors and supporters.

The Volunteer Services Manager plays a critical role in the overall success of the agency and reports to the Chief Executive Officer. The Westside Volunteer Coordinator / Office Manager will report to this position.

Volunteer Services Manager duties and responsibilities

  • Source and recruit volunteers with a variety of skill sets – administrative, clinical and other

  • Identify with the staffing needs, qualifications and skills to fill volunteer positions

  • Arrange for volunteer training

  • Manage scheduling of volunteers to fill requested positions, including special events such as Race for the Place

  • Assign responsibilities as appropriate

  • Communicate frequently with volunteers – including a regular 4-6 week check in with volunteers

  • Ensure volunteers are satisfied by creating a healthy working environment

  • Keep and manage records of volunteers’ contact information, availability, preferences

  • Track volunteer hours worked along with number of times request is denied by volunteer

  • Evaluate volunteers behavior and work quality

  • Give constructive feedback

  • Plan and implement annual Volunteer Appreciation Event

  • Provide support to the CEO in an administrative capacity

  • Maintain confidently in all agency dealings

  • Other duties as assigned

Volunteer Coordinator requirements and qualifications

  • Proven experience as Volunteer Services Manager or similar role

  • 5 years of experience in volunteering 

  • 5 years of experience in sourcing and recruiting

  • Some knowledge in Employer Branding and Recruitment Marketing

  • Strong knowledge of databases and MS Office (especially Excel)

  • Experience using HR and recruiting tools

  • Strong Team player 

  • Good time-management skills

  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills

  • Eager to step in and assist where needed

  • BS/BA or Advanced Degree in business administration, human resources, social work or relevant field

Physical requirements

  • This is sedentary work requiring the exertion of up to ten (10) pounds of force occasionally and some light work and lifting requiring the exertion of up to 20 pounds occasionally; work requires sitting, stooping, bending, kneeling, reaching, standing, fingering, grasping and repetitive motions; vocal communication; hearing, and visual acuity. Employee is not subject to adverse environmental factors.

 

Please forward resumes of interested candidates to:  seyranian@touchedbycancer.org

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