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Field Representative - US Census Bureau Department of Commerce

Contact name:Adolfo Benages
Contact email: adolfo.m.benages@2020census.gov
Organization: US Census Bureau Department of Commerce
Open job title: Field Representative (Winnebago County, Illinois)
Hours: Flexible hours, varies based on survey

Requirements

  • Complete an assessment and a mock and structured job interview
  • Have six months of general experience and/or education
  • U.S. Citizenship
  • 18 years or older
  • Valid driver’s license
  • Insured and working automobile
  • Pass a security background check

Salary

  • $14.95 - $24.12 per hour
  • 10% night differential for hours worked after 6 p.m.
  • $0.58 cents per reimbursable mile driven

Duty Location

Applicants selected for this position will have their home as their duty station.

How to Apply

To request an application, call us at 800-865-6384, ext 15, or email us at chicago.recruiting@census.gov. Learn more on our website.

Operations Manager - Farmworker and Landscaper Advocacy Project

Contact name: Alexandra Sossa
Contact email asossa@flapillinois.org
Organization: Farmworker and Landscaper Advocacy Project
Open job title: Operations Manager
Employment Status: Full-time-exempt
Reports to: Executive Director

Background

The Farmworker and Landscaper Advocacy Project (FLAP) is a small progressive plaintiff-side only public interest 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, committed to improving working conditions for low-income workers and their households in these industries: cannery, farms, greenhouse, landscaping, meat, nursery, packinghouse, poultry, restaurants and snow plowing. FLAP carries out its mission through community outreach and education, litigation, community legal education, information and referrals, partnering with other organizations to fight human labor trafficking, preventing family separations by helping immigrants secure dual citizenship for their children and facilitates the access to cash transfers to very low-income populations.


FLAP together with experienced law firms have an active case docket involving a variety of cases. FLAP does not receive funding from the Federal Legal Services Corporation. For additional information and to watch FLAP daily engagement with workers and organizational updates please visit our Facebook page and website.

Position

FLAP is seeking to hire an attorney to assist with the organization’s legal cases docket, demand letters, building cases for referrals, do legal Advocacy and deliver Community Legal Education a.k.a “Know your legal Rights”. Immigrants come to this country for many reasons but almost always with the intent of making their best contributions. However, along with trying to make those contributions and provide for their families, comes a life of employment and sexual exploitation. Women are lured to this country with the promise of honest paying work, only to be held in an enslaved state by people who hold their papers and use violence and threats to keep them from reporting their situation. Employers all over Illinois use immigrant labor to provide their services but do not abide by the laws that keep workers safe. Attorneys, many times, are the only ones who can truly make a difference in the lives of so many in our communities who are exploited behind closed doors.

Responsibilities

  • Maintain a caseload along with an expert lead-counsel
  • Advocate before federal and state agencies
  • Attend regular advocacy meetings
  • Maintain regular contact with Spanish-speaking clients, and when there is a specific legal problem, conduct by telephone or in- person client interviews
  • Maintain relationships and coordinate effectively with lead-counsel and other organizations
  • Supervise law student’s interns, externs and legal volunteers
  • If Spanish spoken, then provide oral and written Spanish/English translation and interpretation as needed
  • Do community legal education
  • Make referrals
  • Aassist with whatever additional tasks as directed by the executive director.

Qualifications

  • Juris Doctor and License to practice law in Illinois is mandatory
  • Fluency in both written and spoken English is mandatory, fluency in spoken Spanish is a must but not mandatory
  • Strong writing and oral communication and research skills are required
  • Demonstrated commitment to public interest law, social justice and immigrants’ rights
  • Litigation experience in the area of labor and employment is preferred, but not required
  • Ability to work with diverse audiences, including community advocates is required
  • Previous experience working with immigrants is beneficial for this position, along with other prior work that requires cultural sensitivity
  • Admission or eligibility for admission to the Northern District of Illinois and willingness to complete the process as quickly as possible
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Ability to work independently
  • Outstanding communication skills
  • Individually motivated and able to keep momentum
  • Ability to multitask
  • Efficiency and prompt turn- around mandatory.

Location

During COVID-19 all FLAP staff is working remotely, once it is safe to return to the organization’s office the expectation is to be there and traveling in Illinois doing community outreach and education, attending community meetings and events outside of the office.

Physical Demands

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to attend meetings, operate normal office equipment, use a phone and computer for extended periods of time. Necessary equipment to perform job responsibilities will be provided.

Compensation

Pay and benefits depend on experience and skills, starting at $70,000 with health insurance and miles reimbursement, holidays, sick days, vacations, and other benefits. This position may be eligible for enrollment in the Income-Based Repayment Plan (IBR) for federal loans that are based on income and the school loan may be forgiven in as little as 10 years.

How to Apply

To be considered for the position, please send the following via e-mail, to: info@flapillinois.org in attention to Alexandra Sossa, Executive Director, 33 N. LaSalle, Suite 900, Chicago, IL 60602:

  • Resume
  • Cover letter indicating the date when you could start working
  • Writing sample
  • Two references

Please include "Attorney” in the subject line of the e-mail. FLAP will not accept incomplete applications. Is okay to e-mail asking for additional information. Position will remain open until filled, but FLAP is hoping to hire the right person ASAP.

FLAP is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Coordinating Attorney - Farmworker and Landscaper Advocacy Project

Contact name: Alexandra Sossa
Contact email asossa@flapillinois.org
Organization: Farmworker and Landscaper Advocacy Project
Open job title: Coordinating Attorney

Background

The Farmworker and Landscaper Advocacy Project (FLAP) is a small progressive plaintiff-side only public interest 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, committed to improve working conditions for low-income workers and their households in these industries: cannery, farms, greenhouse, landscaping, meat, nursery, packinghouse, poultry, restaurants and snow plowing. FLAP carries out its mission through community outreach and education, litigation, community legal education, information and referrals, partnering with other organizations to fight human labor trafficking, preventing family separations by helping immigrants secure dual citizenship for their children and facilitates the access to cash transfers to very low-income populations.


FLAP together with experienced law firms have an active case docket involving a variety of cases. FLAP does not receive funding from the Federal Legal Services Corporation. For additional information and to watch FLAP daily engagement with workers and organizational updates please visit our Facebook page and website.

Position

FLAP is seeking to hire an attorney to assist with the organization’s legal cases docket, demand letters, building cases for referrals, do legal Advocacy and deliver Community Legal Education a.k.a “Know your legal Rights”. Immigrants come to this country for many reasons but almost always with the intent of making their best contributions. However, along with trying to make those contributions and provide for their families, comes a life of employment and sexual exploitation. Women are lured to this country with the promise of honest paying work, only to be held in an enslaved state by people who hold their papers and use violence and threats to keep them from reporting their situation. Employers all over Illinois use immigrant labor to provide their services but do not abide by the laws that keep workers safe. Attorneys, many times, are the only ones who can truly make a difference in the lives of so many in our communities who are exploited behind closed doors.

Responsibilities

  • Maintain a caseload along with an expert lead-counsel
  • Advocate before federal and state agencies
  • Attend regular advocacy meetings
  • Maintain regular contact with Spanish-speaking clients, and when there is a specific legal problem, conduct by telephone or in- person client interviews
  • Maintain relationships and coordinate effectively with lead-counsel and other organizations
  • Supervise law student’s interns, externs and legal volunteers
  • If Spanish spoken, then provide oral and written Spanish/English translation and interpretation as needed
  • Do community legal education
  • Make referrals
  • Aassist with whatever additional tasks as directed by the executive director.

Qualifications

  • Juris Doctor and License to practice law in Illinois is mandatory
  • Fluency in both written and spoken English is mandatory, fluency in spoken Spanish is a must but not mandatory
  • Strong writing and oral communication and research skills are required
  • Demonstrated commitment to public interest law, social justice and immigrants’ rights
  • Litigation experience in the area of labor and employment is preferred, but not required
  • Ability to work with diverse audiences, including community advocates is required
  • Previous experience working with immigrants is beneficial for this position, along with other prior work that requires cultural sensitivity
  • Admission or eligibility for admission to the Northern District of Illinois and willingness to complete the process as quickly as possible
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Ability to work independently
  • Outstanding communication skills
  • Individually motivated and able to keep momentum
  • Ability to multitask
  • Efficiency and prompt turn- around mandatory.

Location

During COVID-19 all FLAP staff is working remotely, once it is safe to return to the organization’s office the expectation is to be there and traveling in Illinois doing community outreach and education, attending community meetings and events outside of the office.

Physical Demands

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to attend meetings, operate normal office equipment, use a phone and computer for extended periods of time. Necessary equipment to perform job responsibilities will be provided.

Compensation

Pay and benefits depend on experience and skills, starting at $70,000 with health insurance and miles reimbursement, holidays, sick days, vacations, and other benefits. This position may be eligible for enrollment in the Income-Based Repayment Plan (IBR) for federal loans that are based on income and the school loan may be forgiven in as little as 10 years.

How to Apply

To be considered for the position, please send the following via e-mail, to: info@flapillinois.org in attention to Alexandra Sossa, Executive Director, 33 N. LaSalle, Suite 900, Chicago, IL 60602:

  • Resume
  • Cover letter indicating the date when you could start working
  • Writing sample
  • Two references

Please include "Attorney” in the subject line of the e-mail. FLAP will not accept incomplete applications. Is okay to e-mail asking for additional information. Position will remain open until filled, but FLAP is hoping to hire the right person ASAP.

FLAP is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Bilingual Outreach and Intake Assistant - Farmworker and Landscaper Advocacy Project

Contact name: Alexandra Sossa
Contact email: asossa@flapillinois.org
Organization: Farmworker and Landscaper Advocacy Project
Open job title: Bilingual Outreach and Intake Assistant
Reports to: Bilingual Intake Coordinator and Outreach Assistant
Employment Status: Full-time-non-exempt
Position: FLAP is seeking to hire a full-time Spanish and English-Speaking Outreach and intake
assistant.

Compensation

Pay and benefits depend of experience and skills, with health insurance reimbursement, holidays, sick days, vacations, miles reimbursement, a salary starting at $40,000 per year. Necessary equipment to perform job responsibilities will be provided.

Location

During COVID-19 all FLAP staff is working remotely, once it is safe to return to FLAP’s office the expectation is to be there and traveling in Illinois doing community outreach and education, attending community meetings and events outside of the office.

Physical Demands

While performing the duties of this job, driving is required throughout Illinois, you will be operating normal office equipment and use a computer and phone for extended periods of time. Must possess normal vision or correctible to within normal ranges.

Background

FLAP is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization committed to improve working conditions for low-income workers and their households in these industries: cannery, farms, greenhouse, landscaping, meat, nursery, packinghouse, poultry, restaurants and snow plowing. The organization carries out its mission through community outreach and education, litigation, community legal education, information and referrals, partnering with other organizations to fight human labor trafficking, preventing family separations by helping immigrants secure dual citizenship for their children and facilitates the access to cash transfers to very low-income populations.
FLAP together with experienced law firms have an active case docket involving a variety of cases. The organization does not receive funding from the Federal Legal Services Corporation. For additional information and to watch FLAP daily engagement with workers and organizational updates please visit FLAP's Facebook page and website.

Responsibilities

  • Present information on FLAP services at community events, do Know your Rights presentations and distribute community outreach and education material in Illinois, during days, evenings and possibly weekends
  • Conduct by telephone or in-person client intakes
  • Perform office work that includes organizing community outreach and education activities, creating community education materials, participating in local task forces, communicating with clients, and performing other clerical and administrative assistance duties
  • Provide the community with information and resources
  • Maintain regular contact with English and Spanish- speaking clients
  • Provide oral and written Spanish/English translation and interpretations as needed
  • Assist as necessary with office duties such as data entering, answering the phone, typing, photocopying, etc, and with whatever additional tasks as directed by the intake coordinator and outreach assistant.

Qualifications

  • You must be Bilingual in English and Spanish
  • Detail-oriented, with strong problem-solving, decision-making, organizational, multi-task and time management skills, extremely responsible, self-initiating, and focused, self-motivated, enthusiastic and flexible
  • Willingness to travel throughout Illinois during days, evenings and weekends
  • Have access to a reliable vehicle for travel, legally mandated automobile liability insurance and a valid driver’s license
  • Ability to work with people of diverse economic, educational and social backgrounds
  • Have computer skills
  • Ability to carefully document facts, maintain confidentiality of the information provided by clients and partners and work with existing staff as a full team member.

How To Apply 

To be considered for the position, please send the following via e-mail, to: info@flapillinois.org in attention to Alexandra Sossa, Executive Director, 33 N. LaSalle, Suite 900, Chicago, IL 60602:

  • Resume
  • Cover letter indicating date when you can start working
  • Writing samples (one in Spanish, one in English)
  • Two references

Please write “Bilingual Outreach and Intake Assistant” in the subject line of the e-mail. FLAP will not accept incomplete applications. No Phone calls please.

The position will remain open until filled, but FLAP is hoping to hire the right person to start ASAP.

Note: this is a grant-funded position; continued employment depends on performance and availability of funds.

FLAP is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Executive Director - RAMP

Contact name: Rachel Tomann
Contact email: Rachel.thomann@furstpros.com
Organization: RAMP
Open job title: Executive Director

Purpose of Position

To oversee and successfully maintain all of the operations of RAMP including staffing, services, marketing, resource development, facility management and financial management; act as the main spokesperson for the organization and/or delegate the responsibility when necessary; ensure that RAMP is providing premium quality services to persons with disabilities in concert with the organizations mission and the Independent Living Philosophy; be constantly planning for the future financial health of the organization and ensuring that the services offered fit the needs of the community; work directly with the Board of Directors.

Position Parameters

Reports directly to the Board of Directors; Full-time; Full Benefits; Travel and Expenses Reimbursed; Salaried Exempt.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Master’s degree preferred in a field easily related to the work required by the position (or comparable work experience paired with a Bachelors Degree).
  • Seven (7) to Ten (10) years of experience in non-profit administration and supervision.
  • Experience in and an understanding of financial management including budgeting, evaluating income statements and balance sheets, ethical money management, endowments, etc.
  • Proven experience in successful fundraising and possesses the skills necessary to support the Development Director in this endeavor.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills that translate well in working with all aspects of the organization including staff, consumers, Board, donors, community organizations, media, etc.
  • The ability to work effectively as a team player while still making decisions and leading the organization.
  • A working understanding of human resource management and the aspects that go into a positive work environment.
  • Ability to work with a Board of Directors as well as recruiting and training new members.
  • Personal experience with a disability and/or working with persons with disabilities.
  • A keen understanding of the Independent Living Philosophy and a creative vision for seeing it played out in the communities served by RAMP.
  • Self-motivated and creative in problem solving.
  • Reliable transportation and a willingness to work the hours (including evenings and weekends) needed to accomplish the intended purpose of the position.
  • A genuine care and concern for others and a desire to fulfill the responsibilities of this position to the betterment of RAMP and those it serves.
  • Model honesty openness around issues related to diversity, equity, and inclusion (Include under minimum qualifications or administration)
  • Respect all staff and consumer identities and recognize how they impact RAMP's commitment to those with disabilities (include under minimum qualifications or services)
  • Commit RAMP to advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion (include under minimum qualifications or visioning)

Job Activities and Performance Indicators (in order of priority)

A1. Visioning

PI. Develop an annual strategic plan that is built on all aspects of the organization including services, the funding of those services, future service needs, threats to consumer independence, the economy, approaching opportunities, etc.

PI. Expand the annual strategic plan to include one-three years (and longer, if needed).

PI. Consistently compare the budget to the Strategic Plan and share any funding issues with the Management Team and/or Board of Directors as necessary.

PI. Keep the Strategic Plan updated and monitor the progress with objectives to ensure that it is being carried out appropriately, changed as needed and/or updated as time goes on.

PI. Develop new services to respond to the needs unpacked during the planning process and/or revenue producing ventures to ensure the future vitality and growth of the organization.

PI. Actively participate on local, regional, state and/or regional boards and committees to keep abreast of the environments in which RAMP resides.

PI. Maintain a knowledge and understanding of what is happening locally and beyond to have a vision of the environment RAMP finds itself in including the political climate, the economic climate, the cultural climate, etc.

A2. Services

PI. Develop new programs, in concert with the Services Director, as a response to the needs of consumers and the changing needs of the culture.

PI. Ensure that each service is marketed (as needed and/or as appropriate) and that outreach is consistent and comprehensive

PI. Be able to effectively present services to the community and supporters

PI. Ensure that each viable and needed program and service is financially supported presently and in the future

PI. Ensure that advocacy efforts and the advancement of IL Philosophy is key to all services and a focus for all staff, throughout the organization

A3. Administration

PI. Supervise the positions of Services Director, Development Director, Senior Accountant, Human Resources Generalist, Administrative Assistant and other positions as assigned

PI. Ensure that the departments under each of the above positions are running smoothly, effectively and efficiently

PI. Uphold a ROWE culture and ensure its full implementation and success by modeling it with staff and direct reports

PI. Follow and adhere to the items listed in the ED’s ROWE results, including the cover page and job responsibilities

PI. Ensure the organization maintains the highest level of ethical standards in services, finances, compliance, insurances and all dealings inside and outside of the organization.

PI. Ensure that RAMP ends each year in the black, or be in constant contact with the Board if this is not possible and be working on how to rectify the reality as soon as possible

PI. Work with the Board on an annual basis to recruit and train new Board members, matching the organizations needs with the right persons from the community.

PI. Keep the Board constantly abreast of information that is vital to their job of being informed, educated members, committed to the mission of RAMP and its successful completion of that mission.

PI. Serve as an ex-officio member of each Board committee and attend all meetings, ensuring that the work of those committees is documented in minutes and followed through on.

PI. All other duties as assigned or necessary to fulfill the responsibilities and/or the expectations of the position.

A4 Resources

PI. Ensure that RAMP meets its fundraising goals annually and support that process with donor appointments, networking, grant writing, etc.

PI. Be intimately involved in the development of all government contracts and/or new programs being applied for in this manner.

PI. Lead and maintain all entrepreneurial opportunities and business ventures.

PI. Be always on the look for funding, private or public, that supports the work and needs of RAMP.

How to Apply

Email Rachel Thomann at Rachel.thomann@furstpros.com

RN/LPN - Milestone, Inc.

Contact name: April Adams Adams
Contact email: hr@milestone-inc.org
Organization: Milestone, Inc.
Open job title: Qualified Intellectual Disabilities Professional (QIDP)

Under the supervision of the group home administrator and functioning as a lead member of the Interdisciplinary Team, develops, monitors, and documents individual served programming directed toward the goal of maximizing each assigned individual's served growth and development. Read full job description

How to Apply

Complete an online application.

Qualified Intellectual Disabilities Professional (QIDP) - Milestone, Inc.

Contact name: April Adams Adams
Contact email: hr@milestone-inc.org
Organization: Milestone, Inc.
Open job title: Qualified Intellectual Disabilities Professional (QIDP)

Under the supervision of the group home administrator and functioning as a lead member of the Interdisciplinary Team, develops, monitors, and documents individual served programming directed toward the goal of maximizing each assigned individual’s served growth and development. Read full job description

How to Apply

Complete an online application

Virtual Programming Specialist - Girl Scouts of Northern Illinois

Contact name: Yvonne Riley
Contact email: jobs@girlscoutsni.org
Organization: Girl Scouts of Northern Illinois
Open job title: Virtual Programming Specialist
Salary: $17.95 per hour
Hours: 30 Hrs./Week, Non-Exempt
Reports to: Director of Recruitment & Virtual Program
Office Location: Flexible/Remote Work Available 

We are looking for dedicated individuals who want to be actively involved in giving girls the knowledge, skills, attitudes and values to become leaders in their own lives and their communities. Girl Scout membership is open to all girls who accept the Girl Scout Promise and Law.

Girl Scouts of Northern Illinois (GSNI) commits to doing all we can, using our collective power, to help create the change in our communities that is long overdue. We will do our part to dismantle systemic racism. We recognize that this is far from easy or fast work, but we are Girl Scouts—we believe in sisterhood, justice, and fairness—so we are in it for the long haul. We take action when we see a need and we live by our Girl Scout Law, which demands we seek racial equity for everyone. In recruiting for our team, we welcome the unique contributions that you can bring in terms of education, opinions, culture, ethnicity, race, sex, gender identity and expression, nation of origin, age, languages spoken, veteran’s status, color, religion, disability, sexual orientation and beliefs.

The virtual programming specialist is responsible for working with subject matter experts to oversee the creation, design, and presentation of virtual programming in GSNI. Programming includes virtual recruitment, girl program, volunteer training and other virtual programming as requested.

Responsibilities

  • Work with subject matter experts to develop virtual recruitment efforts, girl programming, and volunteer training.
  • Engages with volunteers to develop and implement virtual programming
  • Creates engaging virtual activities and compelling content that enhances recruitment and retention of members, both girl and adult.
  • Ensures that communication is effective for a diverse audience, considering different racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic backgrounds and learning styles.

Skills and/or Qualifications

  • Proficient in MS Office products and working with databases.
  • Experience with online platforms, software, and equipment used for virtual programming.
  • Ability to effectively convey a concept or idea through video.
  • Strong communication skills—listening as well as written and verbal communication—and ability to communicate with persons of diverse backgrounds.
  • Excellent presentation skills.
  • Strong organization and follow-through skills with high attention to detail.
  • Ability to work independently and prioritize work while managing multiple deadlines and handle last-minute demands appropriately.

Education and/or Experience

  • High school diploma or equivalent required.
  • Two to five years of experience in the production/posting of online video content and the ability to provide a virtual portfolio of the same.

How to Apply

Please send a cover letter and resume to jobs@girlscoutsni.org and include the title of the position in the subject line. Learn more about the Girl Scouts of Northern Illinois.

Engagement Associate - Rockford University

Contact name: Steven Kull
Contact email: skull@rockford.edu
Organization: Rockford University
Open job title: Engagement Associate

Rockford University is accepting applications for the position of Engagement Associate. In this critical role, the Engagement Associate will be responsible for donor acquisition and alumni engagement. We seek a highly motivated, success-driven professional who is excited to make a difference in Rockford University students’ lives by engaging alumni and friends to inspire their philanthropic support. Particular focus will be on acquiring new donors, strategically identifying and cultivating prospects, students and alumni in meaningful ways that transition into engaged volunteers and donors. The Engagement Associate will report to the Director, Alumni Engagement and Philanthropic Strategies.

Responsibilities

  • Creates loyal supporters and donors by working collaboratively with the Director, Alumni Engagement & Philanthropic Strategies and others in the Advancement office to engage alumni and donors in the mission of Rockford University through outreach, fundraising, and volunteer programs and events
  • Maintains a portfolio of donors, personally soliciting individuals for gifts at the $500 level and above, focusing on leadership annual giving at the $1,000 to $9,999 levels
    Manages the Alumni website and social networks, planning and implementing engagement opportunities with alumni and campus departments to foster lifelong mutually enriching connections, and creating an inclusive community among alumni and friends of Rockford University
  • Manages the Rockford University phonathon program (or student ambassador program if we move in that direction)
  • Use database tools to analyze alumni and donor capacity, monitor annual giving data, and appeal ROI
  • Assist with alumni and donor events as a member of the team. Assist other members of the office with ongoing projects and efforts.
  • Develop cultivation and solicitation strategies for all prospects
  • Communicate and articulate the vision, mission, goals, and core values of the University to prospective donors
  • Move the prospects through the stages of qualification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship
  • Participates in staff meetings and university events both on and off-campus designed to enhance donor engagement
  • Achieve agreed upon annual goals for face-to-face visits, proposals, and gift revenue
    Works with Philanthropy & Alumni Engagement team to ensure that portfolio and solicitation data in the RU Raiser’s Edge database is current and accurate
    Mentors, motivates, and supports volunteer leaders to help advance efforts with assigned prospects
  • 33% of time to be spent as a front-line fundraiser
  • Other duties as assigned by the Director, Alumni Engagement & Philanthropic Strategies

The successful candidate should meet the following requirements:

  • Bachelor’s required
  • One or more years experience in philanthropy, professional sales, marketing, or related experience
  • Successful experience in cold calls and virtual engagement
  • Possess an enthusiastic and energetic attitude
  • Authentic, builds rapport quickly, and sense of humor
  • Ability to travel and work outside regular business hours
  • Knowledge, understanding, and acceptance of cultural differences and diversity within the campus, alumni, and Greater Rockford community
  • Proven experience in providing new ideas or approaches

Preferred Qualifications

  • Experience with Adobe Suite and/or graphic design
  • Event planning and/or volunteer management experience

To Apply

Please submit a cover letter indicating salary requirements, resume and list of three professional references to HumanResources@rockford.edu.

https://www.rockford.edu/engagement-associate/

Review of resumes will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

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Please fill out the form in its entirety. If you have questions about or issues with the form, please contact us at pclark1@niu.edu

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