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Executive Director at The Music Academy in Rockford

Contact name: Mr. Chris Wrate
Contact email:


  • Serves as the chief operating officer and reports to the School Board of Directors through its chair.
  • Creative and thoughtful leader who inspires others with their passion and vision for lifelong engagement in music and the arts and provides effective leadership and management of the human and financial resources of The Music Academy.
  • Responsible and accountable for all aspects of the organization, including planning, operations, budgeting, financial management, friend and fundraising in collaboration with The Music Academy Foundation (a separate 501c3 existing to serve the mission and vision of the School); marketing, public relations, and community engagement consistent with The Music Academy’s mission and vision.
  • Provides impetus and support to the work of the School Board of Directors and The Music Academy Foundation board in developing the organization's vision and strategic plan and ensures that the Board and its committees have the information they need to work effectively on behalf of the organization.
  • Recruits, hires, motivates, evaluates, and provides leadership to a high-caliber professional staff and faculty.
  • Develops and maintains an environment that nurtures the ability of both the faculty and students who participate in Music Academy programs.
  • Serves as chief spokesperson and represents The Music Academy throughout the community, encourages partnerships and collaborations that advance the mission of The Music Academy while providing the best possible educational, performance and musical experiences for all Music Academy constituents.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Master's degree in music performance, music education, or arts administration.
  • The ideal candidate is a leader who has a deep commitment to music education and experience working with the community.
  • At least five years of experience in executive or senior management of a not-for-profit music or arts organization
  • Strong working knowledge of music education and its methods and philosophies, artists and repertoire.

Compensation and Benefits

The salary range and benefits are commensurate with experience.

How to Apply

Please send a resume to Mr. Chris Wrate, Music Academy School Board members and chair, search committee at

Coach Bus Driver at Rock River Valley Blood Center

Contact name: Steffanie Schuld

Contact email:

This position is responsible for driving the coach bus and box truck to and from the mobile blood drives within the Rock River Valley region and assisting in the setup and overall operation of our mobile blood drives. This position is also responsible for general maintenance, cleaning, loading blood banking equipment and supplies into the mobile coach. The position will assist in segmenting blood products, packing them into coolers for transport and with donor adverse reaction care. Provides and maintains good donor/community relations while providing a safe and pleasant experience for the donor as well as collecting a safe, high-quality blood product for the recipient.

Rock River Valley Blood Center may also consider candidates with an excellent driving record and relative work experience who are willing to and/or are already working towards the successful obtainment of CDL/B drivers license and air brake endorsement.

Preferred Qualifications

  • High school diploma or equivalent.
  • Valid CDL/B, IL driver's license with air brake endorsement.
  • Recent operator of a vehicle requiring an IL CDL/B driver's license.
  • Three or more years safe driving experience and safe driving record in accordance with the IDOT (IL Dept. of Transportation).
  • Must maintain a DOT (Dept. of Transportation) Medical Card.
  • Must agree to be part of a random drug-testing program as required by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, section
  • 49CFR382. Failing the drug test will result in termination of employment.
  • Experience driving a bus/coach vehicle preferred.

Compensation and Benefits

  • $15.96 per hour
  • Excellent benefits package including:
    • Health insurance
    • Tuition reimbursement
    • 401K
    • Paid lunch, vacation and holidays

How to Apply

To be considered a candidate, please submit an application on our website.

Jubilee Center Care Coordinator at Shelter Care

Contact name: Baldemar Gallegos

Contact email:


The care coordinator will work with members of the Jubilee Center on-site and at Jubilee members' residences and other community-based sites. Supports provided to Jubilee members enrolled in the care coordination program may include: help with daily living skills, financial management, paying bills, scheduling appointments, transportation, conflict resolution, and applying and accessing benefits such as Medicaid, Snap, LIHEAP, housing vouchers, and Social Security benefits. The care coordinator will also be trained in the SOAR process and assist Jubilee members with SSI applications.

The ability to work well with other staff, problem solve, think of creative solutions to complex problems and support the operations of the Jubilee Center are also important.

This is a grant-funded opportunity to create and shape a new program that will help Jubilee members remain stably housed, manage their illness, and improve their quality of life.

Anticipated outcomes of the program due to increased community-based case management include housing stability, improved living environment, effective mental health management, and increased life satisfaction. Housing stability will be achieved by ensuring that the individual has affordable housing, reduced risk of eviction due to behavior or environmental issues, and assistance locating financial support for rent and utility payments as needed (so the individual does not get evicted for non-payment or utility shut-offs). Staff providing case management can address health and safety issues at the individual’s housing unit and can help mediate any issues with the property owner. Having stable and safe housing will improve mental health management. People living with SMI who have a sense of self-efficacy are more likely to manage symptoms, take medication, and seek help when needed. The sum of these outcomes is increased life satisfaction.

Preferred Qualifications

The right person will ideally possess a bachelors degree in Social Work, Psychology, Sociology, or another related field, have 3 years of experience working with adults living with chronic mental illness, knowledge of current issues affecting adults living with mental health issues and homelessness, the ability to network with community organizations as community resources, and demonstrate compassion with members and non-members who seek and receive services from Shelter Care. Applicants should also feel comfortable visiting people in their homes and transporting people when needed (company vehicle is available). The ability to track and measure outcomes is imperative.

Compensation and Benefits

  • Starting at $16.92/per hour
  • 3% retirement match
  • Medical, dental and vision insurance
  • Life insurance
  • Disability insurance
  • Two weeks PTO first year, increasing to four weeks PTO second year
  • 11 paid holidays

How to Apply

Interested candidates should apply online or send resume and cover letter to:
Baldemar Gallegos
Jubilee Center
413 N. Court Street
Rockford, IL 61103 

Phlebotomist at Rock River Valley Blood Center

Contact name: Steffanie Schuld

Contact email:

Brief Job Description

The Rock River Valley Blood Center is looking for talented individuals with outstanding customer service experience to join our team of Mobile Donor Care Specialists (phlebotomists).

If you would like an opportunity to learn phlebotomy or sharpen your phlebotomy skills and want to make a difference in our community by helping to save lives, then please apply to join our team.

As part of our Mobile Donor Care Specialists team, you will be responsible for performing blood collections and donor screenings, while providing a safe and pleasant experience for our volunteer donors at our mobile blood drives across the Rock River Valley Region.

Preferred Qualifications

  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)/Certified Medical Assistant(CMA) or equivalent preferred
  • Excellent customer service experience
  • Enjoy working with the public
  • Strong interpersonal skills with an ability to work and interact with peers and donors
  • Strong attention to detail and quality control skills
  • Must have open availability

Compensation and Benefits

  • $14/ per hour
  • Excellent benefits package including
    • Health insurance
    • Tuition reimbursement
    • 401K
    • Paid lunch, vacation and holidays

How to Apply

To be considered a candidate, submit an application at our website.

Fund Development Manager at Rock River Valley Blood Center

Contact name: Steffanie Schuld

Contact email:

The fund development manager reports to the CEO and is responsible for the planning, development and implementation of the blood center's community outreach and fundraising program. The position will create and execute a comprehensive program and be responsible for grants, special events, sponsorships, annual drive, and endowment development. The position will engage a broad spectrum of funders and supporters as the organization continues to grow and diversify its revenue streams. The position is instrumental in helping support RRVBC's growth, sustainability, and greatest funding needs.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Bachelor's degree in communication, fundraising, marketing or related field
  • CFRE Certification Preferred
  • Three years of fundraising development and community outreach experience in the nonprofit sector
  • More than one year of grant writing and research experience
  • More than one year of experience handling special events, campaigns, networking and building financial donor relationships with the community
  • Association of Fundraising Professionals membership is a plus

Compensation and Benefits

Rock River Valley Blood Center offers a comprehensive benefits package including PTO, medical, dental, vision, tuition reimbursement and 401k.

How to Apply

To be considered an applicant, please apply at our website.

Scholarship Associate at Community Foundation of Northern Illinois

Contact name: Sarah Lambert
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The scholarship associate is responsible for the administration of CFNIL’s scholarship processes. The Scholarship Associate ensures that the scholarship programs are efficient; compliant with the law and CFNIL policy; fulfill the intentions of CFNIL’s donors; and achieve CFNIL’s community investment strategy. The scholarship associate ensures that scholarship processes align with CFNIL’s donor service, finance, development, and communication departments, and with CFNIL’s mission. Throughout all communications, the Scholarship Associate will maintain a positive image of CFNIL to build confidence and trust for the organization with stakeholders and the public.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities

Administer Scholarship Processes

  • Prepares the universal scholarship program application utilizing the scholarship program software, refining it to meet the needs of the program on a yearly basis.
  • Receives and responds to all inquiries about the scholarship program from students, school personnel, fund advisors, volunteers, and interested community members.
  • Develops relationships with high schools, youth-serving nonprofits, and other stakeholders in the community to make them aware of scholarship opportunities, the application process, and other resources to support those seeking post-secondary education.
  • Corresponds with applicants and stakeholders, e.g. contact students for clarification and/or additional information, sends award and declination emails to all applicants, coordinates award payments with college financial aid offices, etc.
  • Recruits and manages large team of volunteer committee members, including:
    • Providing training for new and existing volunteers each year
    • Scheduling selection committee meetings and assigning applications for review
    • Preparing review documents and facilitating selection meetings
  • Assists in the marketing and communications of the scholarship program, including conducting workshops or presenting to large public audiences.
  • Assists with the planning and coordination of the annual Scholarship Award Night event.
  • Maximizes the capacity of the scholarship program software to prepare reports and document the success of the program, identify trends, and forecast the needs of the program.
  • Maintains meticulous records of applications received, selected recipients, and documentation related to committee members and fund information.
  • Keeps abreast of best practices and researches emerging thought in the grantmaking and scholarship fields.

Support Programs Department

  • Assists in the administration of various grant programs, including Community Grants, as needed.

Core Competencies

  • Highly organized and detail-oriented, with the ability to follow processes and tasks through to completion with minimal oversight.
  • Ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously and balance competing priorities.
  • Ability to work within a team and/or independently as necessary.
  • Ability to write and speak clearly. Strong public speaking skills are a must.
  • High level of proficiency with Microsoft Office suite - especially Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook.
  • Ability to work with objectivity and confidentiality.
  • Strong customer service skills.
  • Ability to master and troubleshoot CFNIL’s grantmaking software (Foundant Scholarship Lifecycle Manager and CommunitySuite). Prior database experience is a plus.
  • Ability to manage relationships and communicate with a wide variety of constituents, including scholarship and grant applicants, education professionals, donors, volunteers, and students.


  • Two-year degree or prior experience navigating financial aid processes in the field of higher education.
  • Experience using business software applications to track constituents and process transactions.
  • The position requires the use of standard business equipment including computers, copiers, printers, and mailing equipment.
  • The ability to occasionally work on weekends.

Compensation and Benefits

The salary for this position is $40,000-$45,000 annually. CFNIL offers a competitive benefits package, including medical, dental, vision, and disability insurance as well as the ability to participate in an employer-sponsored retirement program. As this position is full-time, it will accrue time off benefits as well.

How to Apply

Email a resume and cover letter to Sarah Lambert at


Office Coordinator at Kane County Bar Association

Contact name: Lori Hertel
Contact email:


Assist the executive director by performing a variety of administrative tasks to ensure the efficient operation of our nonprofit. Responsibilities include reception duties and coordinating business operations with responsibility for multiple fiscal functions including managing our membership database and assisting with A/R functions. This position requires the ability to handle a wide variety of complex, confidential and time-sensitive materials in addition to engaging with the membership daily. Strong customer service skills are a necessity.


  • Strong computer skills (MS Office Suite), Excel required, IT savvy a plus
  • Excellent customer service and interpersonal skills
  • Problem-solving skills, self-starter
  • Ability to multitask
  • Positive can-do attitude
  • Bilingual skills are a plus

Hours required are Monday through Thursday from 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. and Friday 8:30 a.m. -3 p.m. (30-35 hours) Work schedule can be determined at hiring.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Scheduling using Microsoft Outlook
  • Excel projects
  • Sorting and sending mail
  • Answering and routing phone
  • Processing payments
  • Billing
  • Company's website updates

Compensation and Benefits

Benefits: Paid time off with eligibility after 90 days of employment. Most major holidays paid.
Pay rate: $15-$16 based on experience.
Location: Saint Charles

Please note: this is not a remote position. There is no insurance plan. 

How to Apply

Email or call 630-762-1915 ext. 15


4-C: Child Care Food Program Director

Contact name: Sue Worley
Contact email:

Looking for the right person to manage and direct our Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP).

  • Stay abreast of federal and state regulations to ensure compliance of program regulations.
  • Prepare and execute contracts and supporting budgets.
  • Oversee and manage recruitment efforts to enroll licensed and legally-license-exempt family child care providers to participate in the Child Care Food Program.
  • Supervise program staff.
  • Attend conference and workshops when needed. (Occasional overnights)

Preferred Qualifications

Required: Bachelor's Degree with emphasis in nutrition, dietetics or equivalent hrs. of nutrition courses, plus 2 years experience in community nutrition, preferably including services to the Early Care and Education of the preschool age child.

  • Possess the ability to understand and work with a diverse population.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Strong organizational and analytical skills.

Compensation and Benefits

Annual: $39,000-$43,000
Benefits Offered: Health Insurance, Dental, Vision, Life, FSA, PTO, Retirement Plan.

How to Apply

Please send cover letter and resume to:
Sue Worley
155 N Third St
DeKalb, IL 60115

Director of Development United Way of Rock River Valley

Contact name: Julie Bosma
Contact email:

Job Description

To provide oversight, supervision, and direct results for all the resource development functions of the organization. This includes the annual campaign, individual donor solicitations, Tocqueville level donors and prospects, planned giving, special events and any other fundraising activities. This position is critical to the sustainability of the organization through consistent and growing revenue streams to fund all aspects of the United Way of Rock River Valley.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Thorough working knowledge of relationship-based fund raising procedures and philosophies
  • Advanced computer skills, including experience with Microsoft office products (specifically Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint), required
  • Excellent relational, analytical, organizational, time management, and interpersonal skills
  • Outstanding written and verbal communication skills required, including public speaking, written communications, and presentation skills
  • Excellent listening skills, with the proven ability to solicit information from others
  • Proven project management skills, including the ability to balance multiple projects in varying degrees of implementation.
  • Proven ability to create, grow and retain strong donor relationships
  • Proven ability to build strong collaborative relationships and to work cooperatively and flexibly as part of a team
  • Proven ability to work with minimal supervision
  • Proven ability to supervise staff and help them to grow in their confidence, skills and abilities

How to Apply

Email your resume and cover letter to


Volunteer Sponsor Coordinator at Empower Boone Food Pantry

Contact name: Brenda Valadez
Contact email: 

Brief Job Description

  • Volunteer onsite at our pantry or from the comfort of your home.
  • Make your own hours (minimum two hours per week needed)
  • Making calls, sending emails and posting on social media to help us raise funds for our pantry, so we can keep our doors open.

Preferred Qualifications

  • A kind heart and willingness to help raise up our neighbors in need.
  • Dependable.
  • Friendly and outgoing

Compensation and Benefits

This is a volunteer position for a non-profit organization. Feed your soul while feeding your hungry neighbors.

How to Apply: Contact Empower Boone Food Pantry at815-569-1571 or

Director of Fund Development at Children's Safe Harbor

Contact name: Susan Collins

Founded in 2007, Children’s Safe Harbor is the only safe visitation exchange and supervised visitation center in Northern Illinois. Children’s Safe Harbor provides a safe place for families to engage in parenting time and exchange of children for parenting time. Children’s Safe Harbor seeks to lessen the harmful effects of domestic violence for both adult and child survivors through supervised visitation and visitation exchange programming that provides a safe and supportive environment. Children’s Safe Harbor acknowledges abusive behavior and promotes healthy relationships and healing between parents and children in an environment free from fear, intimidation and post-separation abuse.

Children’s Safe Harbor is seeking an outgoing, innovative, and passionate candidate to serve as the director of fund development and lead the organization’s fund development efforts. The director of fund Development is responsible for raising funds and engaging donors to support and expand the organization. Our preferred candidate will have experience with event planning, social media accounts and relationship-building with donors.

Duties and Responsibilities 

  • The director of fund development will report directly to the executive director of Children’s Safe Harbor. 
  • Provide leadership, oversight and planning for all fundraising events and activities
  • Explore, research, develop and implement other fundraising opportunities for the agency
  • Raise the visibility of the agency and increase engagements of key audiences
  • Develop and manage major gifts programs, donor cultivation and recognition events
  • Cultivate relationships with existing donors and prospects
  • Develop and manage an annual campaign, direct mail, social media, web presence and online giving
  • Create a strategic plan for the agency that will provide for the sustainability and expansion of services
  • Find and write grants as needed in collaboration with the executive director
  • Prepare and present regular reports on progress towards fundraising goals. Generate donor communications, newsletters and annual report.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Education and Experience:
  • An equivalent combination of education, training and experience will be considered.
  • A four-year college degree is preferred
  • Experience in nonprofit management, communications and/or marketing preferred
  • Demonstrated success in creating and leading resource development programs
  • Experience in event planning and fundraising
  • Experience in designing and executing communication and social media strategies preferred
  • Experience with donor software and other fundraising resources

Additional Details

  • The director of development must have or being willing to complete, training on topics related to domestic violence, human trafficking, child abuse, sexual assault and stalking.
  • Position status: part-time – 20 hours per week
  • Pay rate: $21 per hour

Visit the Children's Safe Harbor website for more information.

How to Apply

Applicants should send resume and cover letter electronically to:

Susan Collins
Children’s Safe Harbor
1416 20th St.
Rockford, IL 61104 

Director-FHN Foundation

Contact name: Carol Boeke
Contact email:
Organization: FHN

Job Summary

Plans, organizes, directs, and coordinates ongoing and special project funding programs for institution by performing the following duties personally or through staff supervision.


  • Plans and organizes Estate Planning, Planned and Major Gifts.
  • Establishes high degree working relationship with board and committees.
  • Establishing Fundraising Goals. Prepares statement of planned activities and enlists support from members of institution staff and volunteer organizations.
  • Works with marketing to develop public relations materials to enhance institution image and promote fundraising program.
  • Formulates policies for collecting and safeguarding contributions.
  • Plans and coordinates fund drives for special events.
  • Assigns responsibilities for personal solicitation to members of staff, volunteer organizations, and governing body in accordance to special interests or capabilities.
  • Organizes direct mail campaign to reach other potential contributors.
  • Plans and coordinates benefit events.
  • Organizes solicitation drives for pledges of ongoing support from individuals, corporations, and foundations.
  • Contacts potential contributors of special needs of institution, and persuades individuals, corporations, and foundations to establish or contribute to special funds through endowments, trusts, donations of gifts-in-kind, or bequests, conferring with attorneys to establish methods of transferring funds to benefit both donors and institution.
  • Researches public and private grant agencies and foundations to identify other sources of funding for research, community service, or other projects. Writes grants to secure identified funds.
  • Supervises and coordinates activities of workers engaged in maintaining records of contributors and grants and preparing letters of appreciation to be sent to contributors.
  • Purchases and selects, based on ROI, mailing lists of potential donors.
  • Negotiates agreements with representatives of other organizations for exchange of mailing lists, information, and cooperative programs.
  • Displays superior skill in working with Board and Committees utilizing diplomacy/tact needed in working with high profile members of community.
  • Displays competency in the Director FHN Foundation role as evidenced in the annual performance appraisal following the FHN Workforce Standards.
  • Develops Foundation Board and Committee agendas.
  • Develops Foundation's strategic plan in alignment with FHN's plan.
  • Directs department staff on all Foundation activities, providing guidance and feedback relative to performance.
  • Other duties as assigned.


  • Education - Bachelor's degree (B.A.) from four-year college or university
  • Required Experience: Five years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Grant writing experience required.
  • Licensure/Certification/Registration: Certified Fund Raising Professional Certification (CFE) preferred. Membership in the Association of Healthcare Philanthropy preferred.

    Chat with us now! Text "Jobs" to 815-600-7056 

How to Apply

Apply online at and follow on-screen instructions. Direct link to the position

Accountant at Rockford Rescue Mission

Contact name: Josh Zimmerman
Contact email:

Job Description

Rockford Rescue Mission (RRM) considers every position one of ministry and a vital part of our team. Therefore, it is essential that all staff of RRM have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ and subscribe to our statement of faith and core values. Additionally, staff must be willing to lead and/or participate in Bible study, prayer, devotions, chapel and sharing the Gospel.

Principal Duties/Responsibilities

The principal duties are to assist the finance director in all areas of finance. to plan, direct and administer the safeguarding of cash in conformity with Rockford Rescue Mission policy.

  • Working conditions: Indoor office environment which requires sitting at a desk. Computer work involved. May involve some lifting and moving of equipment and boxes.
  • Manage accounts payable:
    • Secure proper authorization and approval of expenses through the use of purchase orders and purchase journals.
    • Ensure proper documentation and accurate recording including the correct allocation of account numbers.
    • Produce and distribute checks in a timely manner for payment of operational expenses.
    • Provide proper physical security of financial records.
    • Secure proper taxpayer identification (W-9).
  • Manage accounts receivable: Record daily totals of each deposit from donations, Thrift Store and Nettie’s receipts, credit card transactions, rental of property and miscellaneous income.
  • Maintain current cash balance and reconciliation:
    • Maintain cash balance.
    • Reconcile bank statements monthly.
    • Monitor positive pay account.
  • Other responsibilities:
    • Maintain files of invoices, documents, etc. relating to financial records.
    • Work with auditors, as necessary.
    • Fill in for director of finance as needed.
    • Prepare monthly purchase journal for review and approval of board of directors’ treasurer.
    • Provide liaison with insurance agent as needed.
    • Maintain monthly subsidiary financial records and analysis as needed.
    • Assist director of finance with end-of-month and budget duties as needed.
    • Prepare, post and update the general ledger and perform reconciliations.
    • Perform other duties and activities as assigned, at any time, with or without notice.
  • Miscellaneous duties:
    • Attend staff meetings.
    • Assist in other areas as needed.
    • Modify and/or configure the accounting system (FE NXT) as needed
  • Physical factors:
    • Occasional standing, bending, twisting, lifting, moving and walking.
    • Sitting for extended periods of time.
  • Spiritual responsibilities:
    • Share the Gospel of Jesus Christ with others.
    • Use RRM’s mission statement and core values as the foundation of communication with vendors, donors and staff.
    • Provide spiritual encouragement to all contacts.
    • Pray with staff and vendors.


  • Minimum requirement bachelor’s degree.
  • Zero to four years’ experience in bookkeeping. Two to four years’ accounting experience is preferred.
  • Exemplary character and integrity.
  • Computer proficiency required.
  • Must be teachable and function as a team player.
  • Must engage in safe and healthy work practices, both on the premises and off-site facilities. Must take an active part ensuring the safety, health and well-being of all of our employees, volunteers and mission

How to apply: complete an online application

Mental Health Professional at Stepping Stones of Rockford

Contact name: Breanna Hernandez
Contact email:

Under the supervision of the program manager and the rehabilitation supervisor, the mental health professional assists the program manager with many of their duties around community linkage needs, managing the congregate living site and teaching activities of daily living to clients.

Learn more by visiting the Stepping Stones of Rockford website

How to apply: please complete an online application

Human Rights Committee Member Volunteer at Goldie B Floberg Center

Contact name: Laura Speer
Contact email

Goldie B. Floberg Center is seeking member volunteers for the Human Rights Committee. This group meets via Zoom, to consider implementing changes in care plans for the individuals we serve. The changes are those which might be considered potential rights restrictions, such as helmets, access to community resources or new medications. The mission of our Human Rights Committee is to protect the rights and ensure the safety of the people that we serve.


  • The HRC meets at least monthly for review.
  • To meet with our Human Rights Committee to critically review all behavioral support plans and service plan goals that are recommending any form of aversive and/or rights restricting interventions or behavior management techniques and all rights restrictions for each person served annually.
  • Review all incidents of level 2 physical restraints.
  • Responding to any calls made to the Center's "Rights Hotline".
  • To review any policy that proposes a restriction or limitation of rights to our people served.
  • To review any other issues brought to the HRC, which may be viewed as restricting a person's rights and make recommendations to the Center's President/CEO.
  • To maintain the confidentiality of all people served.

How to apply: please send resume to, with the subject, HRC Committee Volunteer

Direct Support Supervisor at Mosaic in Rockford

Contact name: Kritika Chokkanathan
Contact email

Job Description

Who we are: Mosaic is a national faith-based healthcare provider of services to people with diverse needs including intellectual and developmental disabilities, autism support, behavioral therapy and senior care. Our 3,800 employees and 800 independent contractors provide a life of possibilities to nearly 4,000 people across 10 states and 400+ communities.

Building upon more than a century of service, Mosaic navigates continuous transformation in service delivery while maintaining a focus on those things that matter most: people served and their families, the people who serve and our mission of service and advocacy.


  • Directs and coordinates the operations of the residential and/or day services program and is operated in compliance with all regulatory requirements, accreditation standards, and within the assigned budget.
  • Monitors the scheduling of staff, program plan implementation, coordination of appointments and activities for people served.
  • Provides coaching and supervision to staff.


  • Bachelor's degree in a related field.
  • Minimum of four years of experience in a related field, with one year in a supervisory or management capacity.
  • Certification in CPR and First Aid required.
  • Work requires frequent physical activity including extended periods of standing, walking, and bending with occasional periods of sitting, kneeling, climbing, stooping, crouching, squatting and balancing.
  • Work also requires constant reaching between knee and shoulder level as well as frequent reaching below knee level and overhead.
  • Work requires occasional independent lifting up to 25 pounds, frequent push/pull up to 40 pounds of force and the ability to safely transfer 50 pounds.
  • Typical schedule is Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. 5 p.m.
    • Must have flexibility (2nd/3rd shifts and/or weekends). 

How to apply: Complete an online application.

Certified Medication Specialist at Mosaic in Rockford

Contact name: Kritika Chokkanathan
Contact email
Salary range: $13-$17.08 an hour

Job Description

If you'd like to help people with intellectual disabilities enjoy a full life, look no further. Mosaic is looking a certified medication specialist to join our mission. These are caring individuals who support people with intellectual disabilities out in the communities where we serve.

Full-time evening position available. Must be able to provide a copy of your medication aide certificate.

In this position you will:

  • Administer routine medications to individuals in service as directed by the prescribing physician, and in accordance with state certification, company policy and CMA standards
  • Train and assist people served in various aspects of activities of daily living
  • Ensure services meet quality standards
  • Responsible for the health, safety and emotional support of the people served
  • Document the services and supports provided


  • High school diploma or equivalent.
  • One year of related experience or six months experience with additional certification completed.
  • Valid U.S. driver's license required, where applicable.
  • Work requires frequent physical activity including extended periods of standing, walking and bending with occasional periods of sitting, kneeling, climbing, stooping, crouching, squatting and balancing.
  • Work also requires constant reaching between knee and shoulder level as well as frequent reaching below knee level and overhead.
  • Work requires occasional independent lifting up to 25 pounds, frequent push/pull up to 40 pounds of force and the ability to safely transfer 50 pounds.

Note: Must list previous experience on your application and/or resume and discuss with the recruiter during the phone interview process

How to apply: Submit an online application

Direct Support Professional (DSP) at Mosaic in Rockford

Contact name: Kritika Chokkanathan
Contact email:

Job Description

If you'd like to help people with intellectual disabilities enjoy a full life, look no further! Mosaic is looking for direct support professionals to join our mission to provide caring support in the communities we serve. It is life-changing work as we strive to be a leader in quality services and advocacy.

Great benefits! Mosaic offers multiple options at competitive rates, including health insurance, tuition reimbursement and paid time off that accrues immediately upon hire. Benefits eligibility may differ based on position. This position schedule is Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

In this position you will:

  • Train and develop daily living skills and life activities for people we serve
  • Provide quality services to people we support
  • Be responsible for the health, safety and emotional support of the people we serve
  • Electronically document the services and supports provided

Requirements include:

  • Desire to make a positive difference in people's lives.
  • No experience or educational requirements needed. We provide thorough training.
  • Must be at least 18 years of age.
  • Valid U.S. driver's license required, where applicable.
  • Work requires frequent physical activity including extended periods of standing, walking, and bending with occasional periods of sitting, kneeling, climbing, stooping, crouching, squatting and balancing.
  • Work also requires constant reaching between knee and shoulder level as well as frequent reaching below knee level and overhead.
  • Work requires occasional independent lifting up to 25 pounds, frequent push/pull up to 40 pounds of force and the ability to safely transfer 50 pounds.

How to apply: Complete an online application

Special Events Coordinator at Midway Village and Museum Center

Contact name: Patrick OKeefe

Contact email:

Midway Village Museum is seeking a creative, dynamic person to develop and produce public special events. Midway Village is Rockford’s history museum. Our mission: Midway Village Museum, the best for collecting, preserving and interpreting the history of the Rockford region, is committed to educating and enriching our community by providing state-of-the-art exhibits, programs and events. Midway Village Museum features a 148-acre campus, which includes 27 structures and also features a living history Victorian Village. For more information please visit our website.

The job responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Planning, supervising and execution of a variety of special events at Midway Village Museum.
  • Events include but are not limited to, Sock Monkey event, Civil War Hands-On History School Days, All Hallows Eve, World War II Days, and other living history programs.
  • Acts as the liaison with the Winnebago County Health Department, Rockford Park District, Rockford Fire Department, and the Historical Reenactment Society for all museum event needs.
  • Work closely with the director of marketing to promote and evaluate events.
  • Develop and manage annual budgets and budgets for each event.
  • Negotiate contracts and partnerships with performers, re-enactors and vendors.
  • Work with other members of the staff and volunteers to ensure events are true to the museum’s mission and values.

Qualifications and requirements include:

  • College degree required.
  • Knowledge of history, recreation, event planning preferred.
  • Must have strong communication, interpersonal and project management skills.
  • Prefer experience in a museum setting and a strong team approach.
  • This is a full-time position. Weekend and evening work will be required.

How to apply: Submit resume and three references to or to the curator, Midway Village Museum, 6799 Guilford Rd., Rockford, IL 61107. No phone calls, please.

Business Manager at Family Counseling Services of Northern Illinois

Contact name: Lynn Momberger
Contact email:

Broad Scope and Purpose of the Position

This position manages the agency’s finances, medical billing, and collections, as well as supervises the clerical staff, performs all Human Resources duties, and has responsibility for some IT-related functions. Ensures agency compliance with accounting, human resources, HIPAA, medical billing and insurance and other regulations and laws.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Maintains various ledgers for financial transactions including accounts payable, accounts receivable, and payroll in Quick Books accounting software system.
  • Prepares all financial statistical reports including fiscal and monthly financial reports.
  • Prepares payroll data and related tax forms including 1099’s, W-2’s, W-3 reconciliations and 941's. Also prepares necessary federal and state reports including the 5500.
  • Prepares all accounts payable checks for appropriate signature.
  • Prepares correspondence relative to fiscal management in response to various governmental units.
  • Compiles materials for and is available to the certified public accountants that perform FCS’s annual audit.
  • Assists in the preparation of agency budget and assists the executive director in the fiscal planning function.
  • Prepares and provides financial information needed for grant applications, grant tracking and grant reports.
  • Responsible for collection of accounts receivable and resolving billing issues.
  • Directly supervises four part-time clerical staff, coaches employees to enhance performance, and conducts performance appraisals, salary administration and disciplinary/remedial action plan to ensure optimal employee performance.
  • Determines need, secures approval, and orders appropriate levels of supplies, materials and equipment.
  • Maintains accurate and up-to-date employee files.
  • Conducts new employee orientations and coordinates necessary training.
  • Sets up employee access to various software and systems.
  • Assumes other duties as assigned.

Knowledge and Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree in accounting or related field, or an equivalent combination of education and related work experience.
  • Three years of accounting/business management experience using Quick Books
  • Two years of supervisory experience.
  • At least one year experience in a not-for-profit environment preferred.
  • At least one year EMR billing experience.
  • Thorough knowledge and understanding of Quick Books accounting software.
  • Thorough knowledge of government filing requirements related to taxes and not-for-profit organizations.
  • Proficiency using Excel, Word, and other common business software.
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality and exercise good judgement.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills.

How to Apply 

Please send resume and statement of interest to Lynn Momberger, executive director, at

Community Cultivator at Alia

Contact Name: Kate Mejicano
Contact Email:

Job description:

Alia is a Minnesota-based national nonprofit that is laser-focused on building a new way of work in child welfare that obsoletes the need for foster care by keeping families safely together, with a special emphasis on building anti-racist practices and systems. We are hiring for two new positions, based out of Rock County, WI (in-person—when it is safe to do so again—in either the Beloit or Janesville offices, at least two days per week). Both positions are full-time with benefits, including best-in-class organizational wellbeing support.

We are a team filled with optimism and joy; we laugh a lot. Of course, we each get bristly or off-base sometimes, and we apologize or provide loving feedback. Then we move on. As a five-year-old agency, our goal is to bring the agility of a start-up into our next phase-- pairing focus and rigor with a spirit of learning and a mindset of planned abundance.

Moss does not grow underfoot at Alia! We’ve doubled in size every year for the past 5 years. We clip along with excellence, and we do not let perfection become the enemy of movement and learning. With our team-of-teams style of work, you will lead projects and be a strong team member. We work hard and make our own luck, yet also find that who and what we need arrive right on time. If your dreamiest dream job is fixed, linear, and task-oriented, this is likely not the best place for you.

However, if you have an entrepreneurial spirit, demonstrate a dynamite track record, bring authenticity, vulnerability, a sense of humor, an anti-racism approach, and can make fast friends, get in touch by sending your resumé, letter of interest, and salary requirements to Candidates of color and/or candidates with lived experience in child welfare are highly encouraged to apply. All positions are open until filled with our ideal candidates; however, for first-round consideration, apply by April 30th at 8:00am Central. We encourage you to share our openings with the brightest, most innovative people you know!

Project Purpose Statement: Building a Rock-Solid Community. Co-designing with Families and Communities to Reduce Family Separation and Eliminate Racial Disparities in Foster Care in Rock County, Wisconsin.

The purpose of this project is to support Rock County Human Services Department, families, and community stakeholders in co-designing new ways to support families that reduce racial disparities, reduce out-of-home placements, and increase the quality of life for all Rock County families and children by building a “Rock-Solid” Community.

Community Cultivator is a new position and will serve as the liaison between Rock County Department of Human Services, community partners, and families. The Community Cultivator will be employed by Alia, but embedded in, and officing on location with, the Rock County Human Services Team. The Community Cultivator will create an eco-map of community resources, leaders, and needs; will develop or build upon strong relationships with community leaders and families; and will play a key role in the family and community co-design process. Ideal candidates will be from the Rock County community with built-trust to facilitate connections, communication, and learning between community leaders, partners, families, and the Rock County Human Services Department.

Additional Current and Upcoming Opportunities to be part of changing child welfare systems:
Rock County Human Services Department--Children, Youth, and Families Supervisors Alia’s partners at Rock County HSD have several current and upcoming openings in their Children, Youth, and Families division. They are working to build a team of CYF Supervisors who are prepared to build a new way of work and passionate about keeping children safely with their families. Stay tuned for open positions here: For a confidential conversation or informational interview with Kate Luster, Rock County HSD Director, please contact Kate at

How to apply: Please submit a resume and cover letter to Kate Mejicano at

Youth Mental Health Systems of Care Grant Navigator at Rosecrance

Contact Name Joseph Kreul
Contact Email

Location: Rosecrance Ware Center
Staff Supervised: None
Department: Child and Family
Status: Exempt

Position Purpose: This position serves as the navigator for the Winnebago County Systems of Care program. The Systems of Care program is a grant-funded program that seeks to develop a collaboration amongst area service providers, identify Mental Health service gaps in services and needs within the community, work with the collaboration to develop programming to fill those gaps, and to develop a method of communicating and referring between providers to give clients the wrap-around services that they require for recovery.

Qualifications/Basic Job Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree with experience in behavioral health services
  • Minimum of two years’ experience with mental health services
  • Adequate writing skills to accurately complete required documentation within the time frames prescribed.
  • Ability to communicate meaningfully through both formal and informal oral and written formats.
  • Ability to present and coordinate lectures for patients, parents, staff or community resources.
  • Must have valid driver’s license.
Essential Responsibilities:
  • Work hours prescribed and any additional hours deemed necessary for the responsibilities assigned.
  • Maintain communications with individuals and agencies involved in the Systems of Care collaboration.
  • Work with agencies to facilitate collaboration, develop the system of referrals and communication, and market this collaboration to other local providers to increase engagement amongst providers.
  • Work to engage and incorporate individuals with lived experience into the collaboration, and develop/maintain the database that will increase communication and referrals between providers.
  • Develop and host on-going meetings with outside agencies and individuals to present and market the Systems of Care framework.
  • Present workshops, lectures and training to patients, families, and staff and community groups.
  • Represent the department in PI committees and organizational initiatives as determined appropriate by Director
  • Become familiar with all related state and county contracts, and complete monthly reports as required.
  • Serve as a role model for other staff, clients and customers and demonstrate positive guest relations in representing Rosecrance.
  • Understand and comply with all of the principles established by the Rosecrance Corporate Compliance Program and Code of Conduct.
  • Perform all responsibilities in compliance with the mission, vision, values and expectations of Rosecrance.
  • Deliver exceptional customer service consistently to every customer.
  • Serve as a role model for other staff, clients and customers and demonstrate positive guest relations in representing Rosecrance.
  • Assume other related responsibilities as assigned by management.

Physical Requirements/Percentage of Work Time

  • Vision: Must be able to read clinical documentation, policies and procedures and other written materials 75-100%.
  • Hearing: Must be able to hear well enough to communicate with patients within an individual, group or family setting 75-100%; communicate with coworkers 25-49%; communicate on the telephone with a variety of individuals 25-49%.
  • Standing/Walking/Mobility: Must have mobility between departments within the facility 25-49%
  • Climbing/Stooping/Kneeling: 0-24%.
  • Lifting/Pulling/Pushing: Must exert up to 20 pounds of force occasionally and/or up to 5 pounds of force frequently to lift or move objects 25-49%.
  • Fingering/Grasping/Feeling: Must be able to finger keyboard for computer work and phone equipment for placing/receiving calls 50-74%.
  • Sitting: Must be able to sit for prolonged periods of time when conducting individual or group counseling, assessments, etc. 50-74%.


  • Exposure to computers.
  • Exposure to blood borne pathogens requiring the use of universal precautions and/or personal protective equipment.


The above examples are intended only as illustrations of various types of work performed in this position. The omission of specific statements or duties does not exclude them from this position if the work is similar, related or a logical assignment to the position.

Requirements are representative of the minimum levels of knowledge, skills and/or abilities. To perform this job successfully, the employee will possess the abilities or aptitude to perform each duty proficiently.

All requirements are subject to possible modification to reasonably accommodate individuals with disabilities. Some requirements may exclude individuals who pose a direct threat or significant risk to the health and safety of themselves or other employees.

This document does not create an employment contract, implied or otherwise, other than an “at will” employment relationship.

How to apply: Email resume and statement of interest to Joe Kreul, Director of Mental Health Youth Services, at or apply online at our recruitment site.

Arts and Culture Program Coordinator at Rockford Area Arts Council (RAAC)

Organization: Rockford Area Arts Council (RAAC)

Job title: Arts and Culture Program Coordinator

Contact name: Mary McNamara Bernsten

Contact email:

General Job Description

The Arts and Culture Program Coordinator is responsible for a variety of administrative tasks related to
the Rockford Area Arts Council’s programs, including, but not limited to, program planning,
development, delivery, analysis, and budgeting + the training, evaluation, and supervision of program
staff, instructors, and volunteers. The position also acts as liaison to other units within the Arts and
Culture Sector—municipal departments, schools, and outside agencies as appropriate—for the purpose
of planning and developing collaborative programming. The position of Program Coordinator requires
the exercise of considerable initiative and independent judgment. The Arts and Culture Program
Coordinator performs additional related duties, as required.

Essential Job Functions

  • Coordinate program calendar, manage program activities, resources, supplies and information.
  • Create data reports, pre- and post-programs, for grant applications, member reports, and public
  • Liaise with City and County officials, public and private school districts, senior living facilities and
    community centers to identify and define objectives, scope, challenges, and vision for potential
  • Provide Office Manager with grant deadlines, program dates, and essential meetings.
  • Prepare presentations about our current programs and partnerships.
  • Create and maintain comprehensive project documentation, plans, and reports.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • • Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, Google, and PowerPoint
  • Excellent writing skills
  • Effective time management
  • Multi-tasking + pro-active
  • Demonstrate initiative
  • Demonstrate stellar organizational skills
  • A keen interest to work in a fast-paced, creative environment
  • Enjoy people and dynamic teams with diverse experiences. We have fun together!
  • WordPress experience a plus!

Required Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Extensive programming experience
  • Bilingual is a plus!

Physical Requirements & Work Environment:

  • Consistent on-site work for Arts Council programs involving lifting, transport, errands, etc.
  • Primarily office environments, with program-site requirements
  • Substantial amounts of communications—email, phone, and in-person—and computer work

Compensation and Benefits:

  • Salary range is $39,500-$46,500 and commensurate with experience
  • Benefits include 10 days PTO, 2 personal days, 3 days sick, 14 holidays
  • Health Insurance options offered
  • Perks include the week of Christmas to the New Year is paid time off and flexible time available
    upon request

Position Website (If available):

How to Apply:
Submit a cover letter and resume to by September 24th, 2021

Any Additional Information:

The Rockford Area Arts Council exists to support, promote, and develop access to the arts for everyone.
The arts stretch across economic and social barriers, and, through member support, the Arts Council
facilitates access to the arts for children, adults, and seniors. We achieve this goal by granting money to
artists and arts organizations that oversee programs to under-served communities; supporting arts
education and programming; developing collaborative relationships with the City of Rockford, the
Rockford Area Convention and Visitors Bureau, Transform Rockford, and regional school districts;
overseeing events that showcase local talent; and advocating for the arts at the local, state, and federal
level. The Arts Council is the collective voice of individual artists and regional arts organizations; We
believe in the transformative power of the arts and its ability to set the tone for a city’s creative and
cultural infrastructure. The Arts Council utilizes our strategic partnerships every day, collaborating with
municipal, corporate, and non-profit bodies to effectively serve our arts and culture community.

Chief Financial Officer at RAMP

Organization: RAMP

Job title: Chief Financial Officer

Contact name: Mark Spain

Contact email:

Brief Job Description: 

  • PURPOSE OF POSITION: Oversees and directs the financial processes of the organization including performing the functions of accounts receivable, accounts payable, billing, grant tracking for the entire organization, monthly billing, all journal entries, review of bank reconciliations prepared by the VR Coordinator, assisting with annual budgeting, updating projections on budget goals throughout the year and more. Responsible for the organizations’ financial reporting while ensuring all laws, funder guidelines and generally accepted accounting principles for non-profits are followed.
  • POSITION PARAMETERS: Reports directly to the Executive Director; Full-Time; Full Benefits; Travel and Expenses Reimbursed; Salaried.
    • Financial Management
      • Prepares and analyzes the monthly financials within Generally Accepted Accounting Practices to track actual financial performance and report variances.
      • Communicates weekly with the Executive Director and monthly with the Board Treasurer and Management team in regards to the status of RAMP’s Financials.
      • Prepares and presents RAMP’s Financials to the Board of Directors bi-monthly and at the Finance Committee quarterly meetings.
      • Initiates, coordinates and prepares the annual fiscal budget, in coordination with the Executive Director, as well as required grant budgets.
      • Initiates the preparation and analysis of the financial projections to assist the Executive Director, Directors, and departmental managers in understanding the present and changing conditions of RAMP’s operations as they pertain to the budget.
      • Prepares monthly and quarterly expenditure reports for grants.
      • Assists the Executive Director with cash flow management to ensure maintenance of an excellent credit rating with its vendors with limited impact on cash reserves.
      • Ensures the proper classification and timely payment of all payables.
      • Ensures the timely preparation of invoicing and the timely follow up of receivables to ensure the maintaining of days in receivables within RAMP’s terms.
      • Processes bi-annual expedited payment requests to the State of Illinois.
      • Coordinates all audit activities.
      • Develops and maintains capital purchase, depreciation, and replacement schedules, including asset list.
      • Creates, updates and maintains return on investment (ROI’s) for each program as directed by the Executive Director and the needs of the organization.
    • Overall Management
      • Ensures that the responsibilities of this positions direct reports are completed in a timely, accurate and efficient manner in accordance with the organization’s standards and expectations.
      • Retains qualified staff by communicating feedback and expectations to personnel this position supervises and offering supportive and effective coaching.
      • Attends all Management Team meetings and is an active participant in the discussions.
      • Demonstrates a senior management presence, dealing with adverse situations and complex problems with discretion and competence as expected by the organization’s leadership.
      • Serve as a business partner to the Executive Director in terms of the duties of this position, with an eye to continuously developing and improving systems and the administrative processes of the organization.
      • Assist and support other departments or activities as needed.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or equivalent combination of training and experience;
  • 3-5 years of proven, successful work experience in duties similar to the positions job activities, including supervisory experience;
  • Previous experience in non-profit accounting;
  • Knowledge of the laws and practices that surround Non-Profit Financial Management;
  • Ability to effectively direct and coach staff to ensure efficiency and success;
  • Literacy in computer applications including word processing, database management and financial management (experience in QuickBooks a plus);
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills and the ability to present information in a clear concise manner;
  • Ability to handle multiple tasks while maintaining organization and meeting deadlines;
  • Reliable transportation and a willingness to work some evening and weekend hours;
  • Personal experience with a disability and/or an intimate knowledge of the Independent Living Philosophy and a strong desire to see it carried out in the community.

Compensation and Benefits: Starting pay $55,000 to $65,000 annually

Position Website (If available):

How to Apply: Visit the posting website listed above.


The preceding job description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees within this classification. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, and qualifications required of employees assigned to this job.

Resource Office Coordinator at One Body Collaboratives

Contact name: Mary Cacioppi

Contact email:

How to apply:

Email resume and cover letter to Mary at:

POSITION SUMMARY The primary function of this position is to provide management and the organizational structure for the operations of the Resource Coordination Center (RCC) which is a phone-based ministry; as well as administrative support to the organizations programs.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.


  • Process leader for Meet the Need software including supervising and entering data for individual needs, referrals, Gap Ministry appointments and case management intake. This also includes facilitation of needs being met, when needed.
  • Provides continuity, timely resolution and consistency for OBC intakes. Ongoing evaluation of methods used to take calls, record data, and coordinate services in the RCC. Process leader for developing ongoing documentation of Resource Center Call Guidelines and Policies.
  • Produces statistics and other data on a monthly basis, this includes using Meet the Need software to run reports from the RCC and an ability to put into context for grant and other funding opportunities.
  • Develops and maintains working relationships with community resources. Update resources when changes are known and provide timely updates for volunteers. Respond appropriately and timely to emails.


  • Coordinate Gap Ministry appointments and communicate with Gap Ministries as needed.
  • Maintain Donation Center and coordinate all inbound and outbound donations.


  • Coordinate Participants in the Getting Ahead Classes
  • Act as a back-up Facilitator for the Getting Ahead Classes
  • Provide support to the Getting Ahead Facilitators for their classes
  • Provide support for Getting Ahead Participants in terms of resources
  • Tracking of GA participants within all organizations offering the GA classes, sending all communications to GA participants and organizing the survey data.
  • Create/Maintain Staying Ahead Network Database
  • Create monthly e-newsletter for GA graduates


  • Maintain Resource Directory and promote as applicable to agencies/case managers/churches
  • Attend NICNE Case Management events as relevant to OBC referrals
  • Review and respond to all Facebook messages on the OBC page
  • Add posts to OBC Facebook pages on a regular basis

OFFICE MANAGER: Maintain office space. This includes communicating any maintenance issues or concerns directly with the landlord; and maintaining a list of office and other supplies needed.


  • Schedule and mail monthly thank you letters
  • Schedule and mail Annual Report
  • Establish and maintain donor database
  • Establish and maintain church and non-profit organization database

PROGRAM SUPPORT: Provide admin support to all committees, meetings and events. This includes and is not limited to: sending meeting notices, tracking attendance, and preparing meeting materials.

The following are representative of the experience, knowledge, and skills required to perform this position successfully:

MISSION ALIGNMENT and PASSION: This position is more of a ‘calling’ than a job. Candidates must have a strong desire to help design and build a replicable model empowering multiple churches and community organizations to function effectively together. One Body Collaboratives is a Christian faith-based organization that recognizes and embraces the need to work together with those of all faiths, as well as those of no declared faith.

COMMUNICATION/INTERPERSONAL/MANAGEMENT SKILLS: Good communication skills including uplifting and encouraging others as well as positive presentation of One Body Collaboratives. Ability to effectively communicate both orally and written. Must demonstrate good discretion and work well in a team environment. Able to work in a fast-paced and busy office, providing management and leadership to volunteers. Maintain good working relationships and communications with volunteers, staff, and community stakeholders. Of particular importance is the ability to promote cooperation between OBC and church liaisons, pastors, church volunteers and other stakeholders. Report any concerns to the Executive Director in a private manner with recommendations for improvement. Knowledge of community resources, including but not limited to: nonprofits, government agencies, human and social services.

REASONING/PROBLM SOLVING ABILITY: Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions. Ability to interpret technical instructions and deal with several abstract and concrete variables.

TECHNOLOGY SKILLS: Technology experience and proficiency is a must, including all Microsoft Office products. Competent computer skills in word and spreadsheet documents is needed. Data entry skills, and basic understanding of database modules for case management intake.

WORK ENVIRONMENT: Position is office based with a need to lift up to 20 pounds. Limited outside office meetings and errands are required as approved by the Executive Director.

HOURS/SALARY RANGE: Part time position,30 hours per week. Monday - Friday 9:00 am – 3:00 pm. The compensation for this position is $14/hr.

ACCOUNTABILITY: Reports to Executive Director

Arts and Culture Program Coordinator at Rockford Area Arts Council


Rockford Area Arts Council

Job title

Program Coordinator

Contact name

Mary McNamara Bernsten

Contact email

Brief Job Description

The Arts and Culture Program Coordinator is responsible for a variety of administrative tasks related to the Rockford Area Arts Council’s programs, including, but not limited to, program planning, development, delivery, analysis, and budgeting + the training, evaluation, and supervision of program staff, instructors, and volunteers. The position also acts as liaison to other units within the Arts and Culture Sector—municipal departments, schools, and outside agencies as appropriate—for the purpose of planning and developing collaborative programming. The position of Program Coordinator requires the exercise of considerable initiative and independent judgment. The Arts and Culture Program Coordinator performs additional related duties, as required.

Preferred Qualifications


  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Extensive programming experience
  • Bilingual is a plus!

Physical Requirements & Work Environment:

  • Consistent on-site work for Arts Council programs involving lifting, transport, errands, etc.
  • Primarily office environments, with program-site requirements
  • Substantial amounts of communications—email, phone, and in-person—and computer work

Desired Qualities:

  • Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, Google, and PowerPoint
  • Excellent writing skills
  • Effective time management
  • Multi-tasking + pro-active
  • Demonstrate initiative
  • Demonstrate stellar organizational skills
  • A keen interest to work in a fast-paced, creative environment
  • Enjoy people and dynamic teams with diverse experiences. We have fun together!
  • WordPress experience a plus!

Compensation and Benefits

Salary and Benefits:

  • Salary range is $39,500-$46,500 and commensurate with experience
  • Benefits include 10 days PTO, 2 personal days, 3 days sick, 14 holidays
  • Health Insurance options offered
  • Perks include the week of Christmas to the New Year is paid time off and flexible time available upon request

Position Website (If available)

How to Apply

Please send a cover letter and resume to by September 24th, 2021.

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