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Clinical Laboratory Scientist MLS/MLT at Rock River Valley Blood Center

Contact name:

Steffanie Schuld

Contact email:

sschuld@rrvbc.org

Brief Job Description:

Are you looking for a refreshing, friendly work environment where your technical lab skills will be put to work performing various hands-on duties and where you make a difference in patient lives. Come take a look at us today!

The Rock River Valley Blood Center is looking for a Clinical/Medical Laboratory Scientist to join us in our mission to provide safe, high-value blood products to people in need. We're looking for candidates interested in putting their problem-solving skills to work in a blood center laboratory, producing accurate, high-quality results. We are seeking a full-time position, Monday - Thursday 1 p.m.-9 p.m., Friday 9 a.m.-5 p.m. with Saturday on-call rotation. Duties will include antibody work-ups, handling specimen processing, test performance, reporting of results and handling equipment and instrumentation, all while maintaining rigorous quality control standards.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Qualified candidates will have MLS/MT/CLS certification along with a bachelor's degree in chemical, physical, biological or clinical laboratory science or medical technology.
  • Experienced MLT candidates may be considered provided they are continuing to pursue the necessary MLS certification.
  • All candidates should have a minimum of one year of clinical laboratory experience in moderate to high complexity testing coupled with strong attention to detail, excellent analytical skills and the ability to exercise sound judgment.

    EOE, M/F/D/V

Salary Range and Benefits:

  • $23-$27 pay rate will commensurate with experience.
  • Excellent benefits package including health insurance, tuition
  • Reimbursement, 401k, paid lunch, vacation and holidays.

How to Apply:

To be considered an applicant, please apply directly on our website.

Donor Recruiter at Rock River Valley Blood Center

Contact name:

Steffanie Schuld

Contact email:

sschuld@rrvbc.org

Brief Job Description:

Our donor recruiters play a vital role in fulfilling the blood center's mission by recruiting partners for our mobile blood drive program. Successful candidate will recruit, develop and maintain relationships with new and existing members of the community who have either hosted mobile drives in the past or who might be interested in hosting a mobile drive in the future. The Donor Recruiter is responsible for the process of planning mobile blood drives, including scheduling drives, providing education to the public/media, and assisting with donor retention and donor recognition strategies. The Donor Recruiter is a direct representative of RRVBC, working closely with our mobile drive chair people and community members to ensure that drives are productive and that we maintain a positive standing within the community.

Preferred Qualifications:

Successful candidate will have a strong community focus and ability to build effective business, customer and member relationships. Excellent recruiting, sales, customer service, communication, project and time management skills a must. Candidates will work independently with minimal supervision and have the ability to communicate with tact and discretion, always keeping RRVBC's mission top of mind.

Salary Range and Benefits:

$39,500-$42,500 pay will commensurate with experience
Excellent benefit package including
Health, dental, vision and life insurance, 401K, tuition reimbursement, gym membership reimbursement, paid lunch, holidays and vacation time.

How to Apply:

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

 

Housing Advocate/Case Manager at Shelter Care Ministries

Job title:

Housing Advocate/Case Manager

Contact name:

Sarah E Parker-Scanlon

Contact email:

sparker@shelter-care.org

Job Information:

CLASSIFICATION: Full Time

FLSA STATUS: Non-Exempt

EEO CATEGORY: Professional

REPORTS TO: Housing Program Coordinator

DATE PREPARED: July 2021

PREPARED BY: Staff Management, Inc.

Essential Duties/Responsibilities:

  • Manage caseload: conduct intakes and help create plans to achieve client-directed goals; regularly meet with housing residents; ensure compliant record keeping; and maintain confidentiality.
  • Assist participants with applying for and increasing benefits.
  • Conduct life skills training.
  • Conduct and document housing inspections.
  • Assist clients with locating market rate units.
  • Move clients in and out of units.
  • Transporting clients.
  • Assist with locating child care providers.
  • Assist with referrals for assistance and enrollment.
  • Assist with school enrollment.
  • Assist with employment preparation and referrals for training programs
  • Conflict resolution with landlord tenant issues.
  • Locate housing units and negotiate leases
  • Screen referrals for eligibility.
  • Prepare and complete program intakes
  • Prepare referrals for mental health assessments, financial assistance, and legal advocacy.
  • Prepare and submit rent calculation forms
  • Supervise volunteers on projects.
  • Collect and enter data, run and analyze reports, and interpret reports to determine if outcome measures were achieved.
  • Assist with agency’s fundraising activities as requested.

Perform other duties as may be assigned.

Preferred Qualifications:

Education:

Associate’s degree required; bachelor’s degree in human services, social work, sociology, psychology, or related field preferred; or combination of education and relevant experience.

Experience and characteristics desired:

Experience with homelessness through past employment, personal lived experience, or education is strongly desired. Coursework or a degree related to the position, such as human services, social work, sociology, psychology, or a related field is ideal. The right candidate will also be proficient in Microsoft Office Suite and be able to learn new software/database programs with instruction. Past experience working with families is strongly desired. A belief that people are capable of determining the direction of their own lives and making positive choices is important. The right person will work well both independently and with co-workers, be a self-starter, and be good with time management.

Salary Range and Benefits:

Starting at $18.50/hour. Health, vision, dental, Aflac, life insurance, retirement up to 3% match, 11 paid holidays, and generous PTO

How to Apply:

Please Note: If you are interested in being considered for the position, both a cover letter and a resume are required. Your cover letter will serve as a writing sample, since writing letters, e-mails, and case notes are all vital to the position.

Communications and Development Manager at Angelic Organics Learning Center

Organization:

Angelic Organics Learning Center

Job title:

Communications and Development Manager

Contact name:

Leah Lawson

Contact email:

leah.l@learngrowconnect.org

Brief Job Description:

Communications and Development Manager is a developing role on the dynamic Angelic Organics Learning Center team and will be responsible for planning and organizing external communications and coordinating our marketing and fundraising events.

The full job description can be found on our website.

Preferred Qualifications:

The ideal candidate has strong interpersonal skills and is a self-starter, quick learner and an accountable team collaborator. They will also be enthusiastic about creating equitable and sustainable regional food systems and passionate about story-telling. At least 5 years
experience in resource development, communications, or marketing. Must be proficient in Google Suite, Adobe Suites/InDesign, and various social media platforms. Bilingual is preferred (English/Spanish).

Salary Range and Benefits:

$42,000 annually, 24 PTO days annually plus holidays, flexible hours, remote and hybrid work options, IRA match

How to Apply:

Please complete our online application.

Finance Director at Shelter Care

Organization:

Shelter Care

Job title:

Finance Director

Contact name:

Sarah Parker-Scanlon

Contact email:

sparker@shelter-care.org

Brief Job Description:

Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for accounting functions including the creation of the annual budget, and budget administration.
  • Create grant budget with input from executive director and program staff, and administration of grant allocations as required.
  • Prepare documents for financial audits.
  • Manage accounts payable, accounts receivables, deposits, general ledger.
  • Process payroll and submit payroll taxes.
  • Prepare reports required for grants and donations.
  • Forecast and manage cash flow.
  • Provide financial reports to the Board of Directors.
  • Perform human resource functions including new hire orientation, benefits orientation, and administration of performance review policies.
  • Work with benefits consultant to establish competitive benefits packages for employees.
  • Prepare workers’ compensation first report-of-injury, and act as liaison with insurance carrier.
  • Perform other duties as may be assigned.

Physical demands:

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

  • Occasional stand and walk.
  • Very frequent sitting and using hands to finger, handle, or feel.
  • Occasional reaching with hands and arms.
  • Frequent talking and hearing.
  • Occasional lifting of up to 10 pounds.

Preferred Qualifications:

Experience required: Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or related field with an emphasis in fund accounting and spreadsheets with a minimum of three years experience and a very strong working knowledge of Quick Books. Proficiency with Excel. Attention to detail is imperative, as is the ability to manage multiple tasks in a sometimes stressful environment. Past history of grant reporting and tracking is required to be successful in this position.

Experience desired: Ability to organize work and manage time to complete tasks by deadlines. Ability to network with community organizations and members of the community as required. Strong interpersonal skills and discretion is important. Previous experience working at a non-profit is highly desired.

Job Skills:

  • Oral and written communication skills.
  • Knowledge of state and Federal Funding guidelines.
  • Understanding of not-for-profit financial reporting requirements.
  • Ability to network with community organizations as required.
  • Strong organizational skills.
  • Attention to detail.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Suite.
  • Proficiency in accounting, payroll software programs, database, and development software programs.
  • Internet research skills.

Salary Range and Benefits:

$52,000-$55,000

Generous PTO and paid holidays
Health, dental, vision, disability and life insurance options
Up to 3% retirement match
Flexible work schedule

How to Apply:

Send resume and cover letter outline your experience, specifically in regards to grant reporting, to Sarah Parker-Scanlon, Executive Director at sparker@shelter-care.org

Accounts Receivable/Donor Relations at Rockford Rescue Mission

Organization:

Rockford Rescue Mission

Job title:

Accounts Receivable/Donor Relations

Contact name:

Human Resources

Contact email:

hr@rockfordrescuemission.org

Brief Job Description:

Rockford Rescue Mission considers every position one of ministry and a vital part of our team. Therefore, it is essential that all staff of RRMM 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.

Do you love to work with numbers? Do you see yourself as an organized person? Rockford Rescue Mission Donor Systems Associate might be the spot for you.

The Rockford Rescue Mission Donor Systems Associate position is a high data entry position that assists and promotes efficiency in the areas of financial gifts and development. Assist as needed with special events and other development activities. Counting and logging all donations and gifts. Confidentiality is a must.

A perfect candidate will have a Two-year Associate’s Degree or the equivalent, extremely detail orientated and organized, Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite. Working knowledge of spreadsheets, and outstanding problem-solving and analytical skills.

Preferred Qualifications:

Education:
Associate (Preferred)

Experience:
Data entry: 2 years (Preferred)

Salary Range and Benefits:

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $16.00 - $19.00 per hour

Benefits:

  • 401(k)
  • 401(k) matching
  • Dental insurance
  • Employee discount
  • Health insurance
  • Life insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Vision insurance

How to Apply:

Please go to
https://www.rockfordrescuemission.org/who-we-are/join-our-team/ and fill out all three documents linked on that page.

On-farm Initiative Program Director at Angelic Organics Learning Center

Organization:

Angelic Organics Learning Center

Job title:

On-Farm Initiative Program Director

Contact name:

Laura Sjoquist

Contact email:

programs@learngrowconnect.org

Brief Job Description:

The On-Farm Initiative Program Director is responsible for directing, supervising and providing leadership for all aspects of our food and farm-focused educational programming.

Preferred Qualifications:

A four-year college degree is desired. A combination of education and experience will be
considered. Three (+) years experience in a role managing people, budgets and systems is
required. Three (+) years experience in food, sustainable farming and/or experiential education
is highly desired. Experience with Google Suite and online registration systems is preferable.

Salary Range and Benefits:

$42,500 plus benefits including paid time off and holidays, dental and health insurance, IRA match

How to Apply:

Complete the application form on our website.

Administrative Assistant at McHenry/Lake County SWCD

Organization:

McHenry/Lake County SWCD

Job title:

Administrative Assistant

Contact name:

Spring Duffey

Contact email:

spring.duffey@il.nacdnet.net

Brief Job Description:

  • Complete Payroll and associated Payroll taxes.
  • Complete Accounts Payable and Receivables
  • Complete bank deposits and reconciliations
  • Assemble monthly Board of Director Meeting packets, including financial reports, minutes, staff reports and timesheets.
  • Complete annual Fish and Tree Sale order entries and track inventory.
  • Assist Executive Director with Illinois Department of Agriculture reporting items.
  • Assist customers with permit filing and office resources.
  • Assist with organizing events, tours, displays, and meetings or any other public relation or education activity as per the SWCD Annual and Long-Range Plans of Work.
  • Assist with educational material on SWCD and NRCS programs (i.e. brochure, programs).
  • Other Duties as assigned.

The Administrative Assistant will assist the staff and Directors in carrying out all programs associated with the District. This includes but is not limited to answering telephones, assisting walk-ins, maintaining District files, assisting NRCS staff, and any other assistance deemed necessary to carry out the programs of the McHenry-Lake County SWCD.

Overall job duties:

The McHenry-Lake County Soil and Water Conservation District is seeking a person to assist with the daily administrative responsibilities of the district, including payroll, accounts payable/receivables and customer assistance. Approximately 20 hours per week.

This position requires computer use, the employee should be proficient with QuickBooks software and Windows-based software; more specifically, Microsoft Office (latest version), Other computer-related knowledge includes Internet/E-mail operation.

  • Complete Payroll and associated Payroll taxes.
  • Complete Accounts Payable and Receivables
  • Complete bank deposits and reconciliations
  • Assemble monthly Board of Director Meeting packets, including financial reports, minutes, staff reports and timesheets.
  • Complete annual Fish and Tree Sale order entries and track inventory.
  • Assist Executive Director with Illinois Department of Agriculture reporting items.
  • Assist customers with permit filing and office resources.
  • Assist with organizing events, tours, displays, and meetings or any other public relation or education activity as per the SWCD Annual and Long-Range Plans of Work.
  • Assist with educational material on SWCD and NRCS programs (i.e. brochure, programs).
  • Other Duties as assigned.

The Administrative Assistant will assist the staff and Directors in carrying out all programs associated with the District. This includes but is not limited to answering telephones, assisting walk-ins, maintaining District files, assisting NRCS staff, and any other assistance deemed necessary to carry out the programs of the McHenry-Lake County SWCD.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Associates Degree preferred.
  • Good interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite.
  • Knowledge of QuickBooks software.
  • Experience or knowledge of payroll and associated payroll taxes.
  • Ability to type 40 words per minute.
  • Ability to pass a 6th grade equivalent math test.
  • Able to pass Federal background check.
  • Valid driver’s license.

Salary Range and Benefits:

  • Vacation/sick leave
  • Salary $19.00 per hour

How to Apply:

Send resume and references to:
McHenry-Lake County Soil and Water Conservation District
Attention: Spring Duffey, Executive Director
1648 S. Eastwood Dr.
Woodstock, IL 60098
Email: spring.duffey@il.nacdnet.net

Doula at Children's Home and Aid

Organization:

Children's Home & Aid

Job title:

Doula

Contact name:

Kari Daniel

Contact email:

join_our_team@childrenshomeandaid.org

Brief Job Description:

The Doula provides inclusive, in-home visits within a strength-based, family-centered support model to young mothers and fathers who would like support services. The Doula will provide outreach services, prenatal education activities, and assist the family in preparing for childbirth through both home visiting and group based services. As the Doula, you will advocate for the participant families by providing emotional support, parental education, labor and delivery guidance and post partum care.

Preferred Qualifications:

Bachelor’s Degree in a social services field preferred. Candidates with a Bachelor’s Degree in an unrelated field or an Associate’s Degree must have at least two years’ relevant professional experience or Doula certification training.
You must be at least 21 years of age.

Salary Range and Benefits:

Range starts at $35,000; offers are commensurate with experience. Bilingual candidates may receive additional financial compensation.
Medical/dental/vision insurance, paid time off plus 11 paid holidays, supplemental insurance options, 401(k) with match (more benefits details here)

Position Website (If available):

www.childrenshomeandaid.org/careers

How to Apply:

https://recruiting.ultipro.com/CHI1016/JobBoard/4c7676e0-0e8b-2a75-f657-6b1c39ffa981/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=030e1766-bd55-40fb-ba59-476aa9fb473c

Finance Associate at Community Foundation of Northern Illinois

Organization:

Community Foundation of Northern Illinois

Job title:

Finance Associate

Contact name:

Marianne Plath

Contact email:

mplath@cfnil.org

Brief Job Description:

The Finance Associate is responsible for the processing and posting of financial transactions to CFNIL’s general ledger. The Finance Associate ensures that; financial transactions are accurate and compliant with legal and regulatory standards and CFNIL policy, routine accounting processes are executed consistently and on a timely basis; and that all component funds and ledger accounts reconcile and balance. This position is highly process oriented, requiring a solutions-oriented individual who can prioritize and multi-task, maintaining a high level of customer services among external and internal constituents.

Salary Range and Benefits:

Salary range for this position is $41,500 - $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.

Position Website (If available):

https://cfnil.org/jobs

How to Apply:

To apply, email a resume and cover letter to info@cfnil.org.

Relationship Manager/Labor Relations at United Way of Rock River Valley

Organization:

United Way of Rock River Valley

Job title:

Relationship Manager/Labor Relations

Contact name:

Julie Bosma

Contact email:

julieb@unitedwayrrv.org

Brief Job Description:

Are you a people person who enjoys getting to know others? Do you desire to help the community? Want to put those two passions together? Then we are looking for you!

United Way of Rock River Valley is seeking a Relationship Manager/Labor Engagement. This position will work one-on-one with local businesses to raise funds for the community and provide specific support to companies with labor. This person will also support labor in their outreach through participating with committees for events such as the Labor Day parade, picnic and more. Our ideal candidate is open, flexible and enjoys learning. We are an inclusive team and looking for the next best person to join us!

Here are the main objectives for this job:
•Work actively with the campaign team to provide pertinent information on union accounts including climate and contacts, identify areas of possible growth, and obtain active support from local union leaders for the annual workplace campaign.
•Increase labor participation in United Way campaigns.
•Improve labor participation in volunteer activities.
•Maintain ongoing communication with all local unions, educating them on United Way, its initiatives, and programs.
•Work on and assist with special union projects such as the NALC Food Drive, Workers Memorial Day, Labor Day Parade and Picnic and RUL Golf outing.
•Network and build deeper relationships among Health, Human Services, Community and other organizations with organized labor and United Way.

Preferred Qualifications:

People Person
Flexible
Community-Minded

Salary Range and Benefits:

Full-Time, Exempt
Salary Commensurate With Experience

How to Apply:

Below is the link to the Indeed posting for Relationship Manager / Labor Relations.

https://www.indeed.com/viewjob?t=relationship+manager+labor+relations&jk=abbb03fd07ad56dc&_ga=2.79948823.1867598287.1652190017-2107540202.1602777109&_gac=1.45310864.1651152119.EAIaIQobChMIiY7g-Oy29wIVFR6tBh0vhga8EAAYASAAEgIeIvD_BwE

Volunteer Manager at Rockford Area Habitat for Humanity

Organization:

Rockford Area Habitat for Humanity

Job title:

Volunteer Manager

Contact name:

Keri Asevedo

Contact email:

KeriAsevedo@rockfordhabitat.org

Brief Job Description:

Job Title: Volunteer Manager
Reports to: Executive Director

Job Summary: Responsible for all aspects of the affiliate volunteer program. This role will support all volunteer development and support activities for the affiliate office, the construction program, and the ReStore.

Job Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Will develop volunteer recruiting processes to support all volunteer needs of the affiliate.
  • Will be the main point of contact for the affiliate for all external contact from organization volunteer requests.
  • Support and enhance an on-line platform that offers potential volunteers a way to express their interest in work with our affiliate.
  • Develop an effective volunteer data base that identifies available candidates while accurately tracking volunteer hours.
  • Administer onsite volunteer orientation training for new volunteers for both the office and ReStore.
  • Work closely with the affiliate Construction Manager in coordinating the use of volunteers on construction projects.
  • Coordinate with local churches and organizations in the development of a lunch schedule to support build season days
  • Divide work responsibilities between both at the affiliate office and the ReStore.
  • Develop new external sources of volunteers throughout the community.
  • Partner with Habitat managers to identify new ways to support existing volunteers and retain them.

    The duties and responsibilities presented in this job description are intended to be representative in nature and should not be construed as an exhaustive list.

Preferred Qualifications:

Skills Required

  • High School diploma required – college degree preferred
  • Competency in e-mail and other basic on-line systems, including social media
  • Excellent organizational skills and the ability to multi-task while handling multiple priorities
  • Strong communication skills and the ability to interact effectively with a wide variety of people
  • Must possess a positive, enthusiastic attitude that promotes successful teamwork and collaboration.
  • Possess a professional demeanor that allows you to represent the mission and strategic goals and objectives of RAHFH in a positive manner.

How to Apply:

Email resume and statement of interest to Executive Director, Keri Asevedo, at KeriAsevedo@rockfordhabitat.org

Office Assistant at Rockford Area Habitat for Humanity

Organization:

Rockford Area Habitat for Humanity

Job title:

Office Assistant

Contact name:

Keri Asevedo

Contact email:

KeriAsevedo@rockfordhabitat.org

Brief Job Description:

Job Title: Office Assistant
Reports to: Executive Director

Job Summary: To handle the day-to-day operations of the office of the Rockford Area Habitat for Humanity (RAHFH) affiliate. This job involves extensive contact with office volunteers and current RAHFH homeowners.

Job Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Oversee the daily operations of the RAHFH office to include handling phone calls and voice mails, processing the daily mail, and related administrative duties.
  • Manage the work tasks and schedules for all office volunteers, including preparing work for them to handle each week.
  • Manage the existing affiliate database and keep it up to date.
  • Maintain the affiliate mailing list for prospective program applicants and critical home repair applicants
  • Work with the affiliate staff, including the Construction Manager, to assist with the build site logistics of items like dumpsters, signage, paperwork, and construction material.
  • Manage all office supply items to ensure they are in stock and well organized.
  • Partner with the affiliate staff and assist in the planning and execution of special affiliate events throughout the year.
  • Be available to work with both the Executive Director and Business Manager of the affiliate on a variety of tasks and projects.
  • Help maintain the professional physical condition of the office.

    For all of the above-mentioned roles, the responsibilities listed may also include additional duties assigned by the Executive Director. The duties and responsibilities presented in this job description are intended to be representative in nature and should not be construed as an exhaustive list.

Preferred Qualifications:

Skills Required

  • MS Office (Word, Excel, Outlook)
  • Competency in e-mail and other basic on-line systems
  • Excellent organizational skills and attention to details.
  • Strong communication skills and the ability to interact effectively with a wide variety of people.
  • Must have a passion for providing great customer service to all who reach out to the affiliate.
  • Must possess a positive, enthusiastic attitude that promotes successful teamwork and collaboration.
  • Possess a professional demeanor that allows you to represent the mission and strategic goals and objectives of RAHFH in a positive manner.

How to Apply:

Email a resume and statement of interest to Executive Director, Keri Asevedo at KeriAsevedo@rockfordhabitat.org

Program Coordinator at Rockford Area Arts Council

Organization:

Rockford Area Arts Council

Job title:

Program Coordinator

Contact name:

Mary McNamara Bernsten

Contact email:

mary@artsforeveryone.com

Brief Job Description:

General Job Description:
The 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, budgeting, evaluation, and supervision of program staff, instructors, and volunteers. The position also acts as liaison to other units within the Arts & Culture Sector—public agencies, schools, and community organizations as appropriate—to plan and develop collaborative programming. The position of Program Coordinator requires the exercise of considerable initiative and independent judgment. The Program Coordinator performs additional related duties, as required.

Essential Job Functions:

  • Coordinate program staffing, calendar, and manage program activities, communications, supplies, and information for the Washington Park Community Center (WPCC) program
  • Coordinate program staffing, calendar, and manage program activities, communications, supplies, and information for Arts Council programs, as designated by the Program Director
  • Create data reports, pre-and post-programs, for grant applications, member reports, and public sharing
  • 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 programs
  • Provide Program Director 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

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

Required:

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

Preferred Qualifications:

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

Salary Range and Benefits:

Salary and Benefits:

  • Salary range is $39,500-$44,500 and commensurate with experience.
  • Benefits include 10 days PTO, 7 personal days, 10 sick days, 15 holidays + 1 floating holiday
  • Health, Vision, Dental, ST/LT Disability Insurance
  • Perks include:
    • Christmas to the New Year paid time off
    • Work from home, may be available upon request
    • Flexible time, available upon request

Position Website (If available):

https://artsforeveryone.com/rfps/

How to Apply:

Please fill out the form on the Arts Council's website: https://artsforeveryone.com/rfps/, and contact Mary McNamara Bernsten with any questions or concerns.

Foster Care Case Manager at Children's Home & Aid

Organization:

Children's Home & Aid

Job title:

Foster Care Case Manager

Contact name:

Kari Daniel

Contact email:

join_our_team@childrenshomeandaid.org

Brief Job Description:

Children’s Home & Aid invites you to join our team of mission-driven staff who share a common vision: an equitable world where all children and families thrive in strong communities. As a leading child and family service agency with more than 20 locations across Illinois, our mission is to advance the well-being of children by investing in families to disrupt the systemic and multi-generational cycle of racial, social and economic inequality.

Our full-time staff receive competitive salaries and a generous benefits package, including a paid leave accrual rate that starts at two weeks annually and grows to more than five weeks of paid time off each year. We strive to hold ourselves and each other accountable for fostering an inclusive work culture where we can be our authentic selves, where we create and have equitable opportunities, and where our voices are supported and encouraged.

The Foster Care Case Manager is a critical member of the region’s child welfare team, working collaboratively within the Foster Care program to ensure a relentless focus on keeping children safe and supporting families. As a Foster Care Case Manager, you will work collaboratively with families who have an indicated report of abuse or neglect to work towards a safe reunification or an alternative permanency plan to ensure the wellbeing of every child. Your daily routine will involve providing families with comprehensive, intensive, trauma-informed case management services to a case load of families involved in the child welfare system.

What you’ll do:

Provide case management services to children and families involved in the child welfare system.
Assess the safety and needs of children and families and help to plan services.
Engage biological families to assist them in strengthening their parenting skills and knowledge.
Provide support to foster families to ensure the needs of the foster children are consistently and appropriately met.
Establish collaborative relationships with service providers and institutions that play a role in the family’s situation.
Monitor biological families’ efforts and progress towards goals aimed at family reunification and document this progress in regular case notes and court reports.
Provide testimony in the Juvenile Court System regarding the best interest of children and families.

Preferred Qualifications:

Who you are:

You have at least a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work or a closely related field. Master’s degree preferred.
You have a Child Welfare Employee License (CWEL), Child Endangerment Risk Assessment Protocol (CERAP), and Child Abuse and Neglect (CANS) certification, or you’re able to obtain within 90 days of hire.
You have experience providing collaborative, strength-based services to kids and families, and you’re looking for an opportunity to partner with families to help them thrive.
You believe all families should be afforded the opportunity to work towards reunification.
You are excited to collaborate with all the important people in a child’s life including their parents, relatives, foster parents, teachers, and service providers.
You believe every child has the right to a safe and permanent home where they are loved and well cared for.
You are willing and passionate to learn how systems and biases impact the Child Welfare system and you are excited to work for an agency who recognizes the need to be antiracist and address systemic barriers.
You enjoy working autonomously but also value working with a team to reach shared goals.
You are able to attend in-person meetings and events as needed, and you have a valid driver's license, insurance, and a reliable vehicle.

Salary Range and Benefits:

Compensation & Benefits:

Salary: Range starts at $41K offers are commensurate with experience.
Additional compensation: One-time $3,000 CWEL recognition payment (issued 60 days after hire or following licensure completion).
Noncash benefits: Medical/dental/vision insurance, paid time off plus 11 paid holidays, supplemental insurance options, 401(k) with match (more benefits details here).
Student Loan Forgiveness: Children's Home & Aid is an approved agency for Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF).

Position Website (If available):

www.childrenshomeandaid.org/careers

How to Apply:

https://recruiting.ultipro.com/CHI1016/JobBoard/4c7676e0-0e8b-2a75-f657-6b1c39ffa981/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=fe6cd727-56fb-4e92-aa7a-092b9b8101f7

Financial Empowerment Center Manager at NW HomeStart

Organization:

NW HomeStart

Job title:

Financial Empowerment Center Manager

Contact name:

Michelle Ryan

Contact email:

micheller@nwhomestart.org

Brief Job Description:

The Rockford Financial Empowerment Center (FEC) is an exciting new public/private initiative designed to break long-standing cycles of poverty and empower Rockford residents to be the primary drivers of neighborhood revitalization & community growth. The FEC program aims to improve the financial stability of Rockford households by providing high-quality, one-on-one financial education and coaching for low-moderate income residents. FEC counselors will help clients work to reduce debt, improve credit, open bank accounts, establish savings and ultimately develop plans focused on continuing a pathway to financial stability and asset creation (such as homeownership, entrepreneurship, job training or higher education).

  • Support the programmatic design and implementation of the FEC initiative.
  • Act as the liaison between NW HomeStart and the City of Rockford, program referral co-locations, and integration partners.
  • Work with partners to problem-solve issues, including operational integration with co-location sites and referral relationships.
  • Support the marketing, outreach, and strategic referrals of clients to the FECs.
  • Oversee organization’s implementation of FECBOT, the required client management and database system.
  • Ensure that data collected in the FECBOT database system is complete and accurate.
  • Collect, aggregate, and prepare any programming reports for the Local Government Manager, funders, partners, etc.
  • Train FEC employees and referral, co-location and integration partners on the FEC model.
  • Supervise the financial counselors at the FEC.
  • Ensure that FECs (Financial Empowerment Counselors) are compliant with program protocols, outcomes and other requirements.
  • Report regularly to NW HomeStart’s Management Team and Board.
  • Participate in regular calls and semi-annual reviews with local government and funders.
  • Successfully complete and pass counselor training.
  • Assist in the development and implementation of a sustainability plan.
  • Attend and help facilitate FEC departmental and NW HomeStart staff meetings
  • Protect TNP and FEC customers by keeping information confidential
  • Update FEC content knowledge by participating in educational and professional opportunities and maintaining networks
  • Perform other duties as assigned by Deputy Director related to the FEC.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Dynamic, committed individual with strong interpersonal skills and a passion for supporting people with low incomes to build greater financial stability
  • Ability to function effectively within protocols and challenges of operating within a high-profile local government program
  • Experience in financial education, asset building, or community development preferred
  • Strong skills in strategic planning, program development, and written communications
  • Strategic thinking, with thoughtful, thorough, and detailed follow-through
  • Systems development and tracking
  • Comfortable with taking initiative; effective, collaborative worker; able to retain focus while multi-tasking
  • Attention to detail and production of quality work, along with ability to work quickly and under pressure
  • Experience with large datasets and data management preferred
  • Ability to perform duties in a confidential manner
  • Demonstrated ability to lead teams in establishing goals and objectives
  • Demonstrated ability to coach direct reports in their current future career coals
  • Ability to motivate employees in ways that further our mission
  • Ability to analyze current programs and offer assessment of successes/failures
  • Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing
  • Ability to effectively communicate and work with individuals from diverse backgrounds and experience
  • Must have Driver’s License and vehicle

Education

  • Bachelor’s degree in business, accounting or related field OR
  • At least two (2) years experience in financial planning/education, lending, management or related area AND two (2) years of experience working with people in need of assistance OR
  • An equivalent combination of training and experience

Salary Range and Benefits:

Commensurate with experience. This position is contingent upon the availability of funding.

How to Apply:

If interested, please send resume and cover letter to Michelle Ryan, micheller@nwhomestart.org

Housing Counselor at NW HomeStart

Organization:

NW HomeStart

Job title:

Housing Counselor

Contact name:

Michelle Ryan

Contact email:

micheller@nwhomestart.org

Brief Job Description:

The Housing Counselor provides comprehensive individual pre-purchase counseling, foreclosure intervention counseling, post-purchase services, financial capabilities coaching, homebuyer education, and group education services. This position requires the use of independent judgement and decision-making skills.

  • Counseling
    • Counsel and interview clients with respect to their overall financial situation as it relates to home ownership, budgeting, debt reduction, credit re-building and education.
    • Create a budget and a detailed action plan for all clients
    • Create and ensure completion of a client’s file per organizational and HUD guidelines
    • Adhere to all guidelines related to the confidentiality of client records and information and requirements per the HUD Housing Counseling Handbook and National Industry Standards for Homebuyer Education and Counseling.
    • Proactively manage work load, calendar and client appointments to help meet the goals of the organization and serve the client effectively
    • Assist with facilitating on-site, off-site and virtual education workshops, including scheduling, marketing, and procuring speakers
    • Build relationships with lenders, realtors, and other professionals to develop referral sources
    • Assists the Program Manager with special projects as assigned and other tasks deemed necessary to achieve overall goals and operate a successful program
    • Conduct community outreach to meet program goals.
    • Obtain and keep HUD certification as a Housing Counselor; obtain and keep NCHEC certification in at least two disciplines
  • Single Family Rehab (SFR)
    • Intake and Reporting
    • Client support and oversight
    • Contractor compliance
    • Client mediation
  • Collaboration with Construction Specialist/Inspector

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Build collaborative relationships with colleagues and customers representing diverse cultures, races, ages, genders, religions, lifestyles, and viewpoints.
  • Be able to work within team structure; and be able to negotiate and manage conflicts.
  • Knowledge of housing and economic self-sufficiency issues, as well as community resources
  • Ability to perform duties in a confidential manner
  • Detail oriented with ability to organize complex material in clear and concise manner
  • Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing
  • Ability to structure and convey information for a large group in a manner that is engaging and approachable.
  • Demonstrated skill in organizing time and prioritizing work load
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel, Power Point and Outlook
  • Bilingual competence preferred
  • Must have Driver’s License and vehicle

Education

  • Associates degree in human services, business or related field OR
  • At least two (2) years experience in banking, lending or related area AND two (2) years of experience working with people in need of assistance OR
  • An equivalent combination of training and experience

Salary Range and Benefits:

Commensurate with experience. This position is contingent upon the availability of grant funding.

How to Apply:

If interested, please send resume and cover letter to Michelle Ryan, micheller@nwhomestart.org

Curriculum Instructor at RAMP

Organization:

RAMP

Job title:

Curriculum Instructor

Contact name:

Mark Spain

Contact email:

mspain@rampcil.org

Brief Job Description:

Part-Time Curriculum Instructor

The Curriculum Instructor will teach OnRAMP Curriculum in K-12 classrooms in various local schools and may also facilitate OnRAMP disability training. This role represents a unique opportunity to empower students with and without disabilities through an age-appropriate, cross-disability, and interactive curriculum developed by RAMP as well as educating local businesses and other non-profit entities about disability awareness, etiquette and more. Pre-requisite requirements include;

Passionate about ensuring students with disabilities understand and appreciate their worth by successfully presenting disability curriculum;
Possess a firm belief that every student is worthy of fair, equitable education and is capable of success in their life;
Enthusiastic and enjoy working with children;
Able to facilitate training with a variety of adult and youth audiences;
Professional manner in dress and when interacting with others both inside and outside of the organization
Superb organizational skills;
Self-motivated and creative in problem-solving.
RAMP provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.

This statement applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, and training.

Reliable transportation as this position requires driving to various local schools

Salary Range and Benefits:

$20 per hour

How to Apply:

https://www.applicantpro.com/openings/rampcil/jobs

Office Assistant at RAMP

Organization:

RAMP

Job title:

Office Assistant

Contact name:

Mark Spain

Contact email:

mspain@rampcil.org

Brief Job Description:

Office Assistant/Information & Referral Specialist

To perform receptionist duties for the agency, to be an information and referral source for all staff and the community, and to provide clerical support to the staff under the direct supervision of the County Manager. Recruits and provides orientation for individuals who are interested in being Personal Assistants (PA). Works with DHS/Department of Rehabilitation as needed in regard to consumer and PA issues. Bilingual (English/Spanish) preferred

Salary Range and Benefits:

$32,480-$35,728; Full Benefits

How to Apply:

https://www.applicantpro.com/openings/rampcil/jobs

Development Assistant at RAMP

Organization:

RAMP

Job title:

Development Assistant

Contact name:

Mark Spain

Contact email:

mspain@rampcil.org

Brief Job Description:

Primary Responsibilities:

Donor database management including constituent and gift entries, running queries for event invitations and donor prospects, gift and event reports, data analysis, unpaid pledge reports, and financial reconciliation.

Special event support including solicitation mailings, thank you letters, volunteer recruitment/management, auction item procurement, sponsorship calls, acquiring permits/contracts, tracking RSVP's, goal attainment reports, ordering supplies, responding to reasonable accommodation requests, and scheduling and confirming meetings and appointments. Attendance at events is required.

Foundation and grant support includes keeping grant deadlines, gathering supporting documents, researching data to support grant needs, managing grant report deadlines, and gathering needed documentation.

RAMP provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.

This statement applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, and training.

Salary Range and Benefits:

$34,510 - $37,961; Full Benefits

How to Apply:

https://www.applicantpro.com/openings/rampcil/jobs

Marketing Assistant at RAMP

Organization:

RAMP

Job title:

Marketing Assistant

Contact name:

Mark Spain

Contact email:

mspain@rampcil.org

Brief Job Description:

RAMP-Center for Independent Living (CIL), is a non-residential center, that empowers people with disabilities to live independent lifestyles. The majority of our staff and board have disabilities. We pride ourselves on being an inclusive and innovative leader that values people. We are an active EEO employer. We appreciate and include diversity. RAMP employees are valued members of a highly inclusive, autonomous, and collaborative team, working in a Results-Only Work Environment (ROWE) where accountability is incorporated. We focus on results and individually mold our work around our lives. This perspective ties in directly with the Independent Living Philosophy we use to empower our consumers. Our culture is designed for growth; from our consumers to our staff, we exist to make peoples' lives better. We believe in promoting employees from within, our team has many opportunities to grow both laterally and vertically.

Marketing Assistant

The Marketing Assistant supports the Marketing Coordinator with tasks related to the marketing initiatives of the organization with an emphasis in digital marketing. This role represents a unique opportunity to work with a team to educate the community at large and key stakeholders about the organization's mission, services, and partnership opportunities.

Additional duties include, but are not limited to;

Write, design, and publish compelling social media content reflective of RAMP's mission.
Assist the Marketing Coordinator in creating the organization's print and digital materials.
Assist the Marketing Coordinator in maintaining content for the organization's websites.
Maintain an ongoing knowledge base of marketing trends, best practices, and innovations
RAMP provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.

This statement applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, and training.

Salary Range and Benefits:

$34,510 - $39, 686

Position Website (If available):

www.rampcil.org

How to Apply:

https://www.applicantpro.com/openings/rampcil/jobs

Lab Tech at Treatment Alternatives for Safe Communities (TASC)

Organization:

Treatment Alternatives for Safe Communities (TASC)

Job title:

Lab Tech

Contact name:

Bridget Kiely

Contact email:

bkiely@tasc.org

Brief Job Description:

Performs lab testing including calibration, quality control and testing
Perform specimen collection (male). Maintains strict chain of custody protocols.
Follows department safety policies and procedures, especially universal precautions.
Maintains and troubleshoots equipment and advice the appropriate parties of need for repair or service.
Enters data in the computer system for testing and reporting
Prepares sample for reference laboratory, participate in inspections and provide court testimony as needed
Keep informed and follow corporate, regulatory and department policies and procedures

Preferred Qualifications:

High school diploma or GED
At least two years of related experience and/or training
Certified as laboratory technician by ASCP (American Society of Clinical Pathologists) or equivalent
At least two years laboratory experience or certification as a Laboratory Technician or Technologist.
Ability to communicate effectively (written and oral)
Ability to work with a diverse population
Good computers skills which include proficiency in Microsoft Office applications and the Internet
Good communication, organizational and time management skills

Salary Range and Benefits:

Blue Cross Blue Shield Health (HMO, HDP) & Dental (HMO, PPO) Insurance
VSP Vision Plans (Standard, Premium) / Flexible Spending Account
Employee Assistance Program / Generous PTO (Paid Time Off)
Paid Sick Days / 9 Core Paid Holidays
Employer Paid Life Insurance / Voluntary Life Insurance
403(b) Retirement Plan / Tuition Reimbursement
Free Parking

How to Apply:

If you are interested in this position, please visit the TASC website at www.tasc.org and apply online.

Development Director at Nikolas Ritschel Foundation

Organization:

Nikolas Ritschel Foundation

Job title:

Development Director

Contact name:

Kelli Ritschel Boehle

Contact email:

kelli@nikswish.org

Brief Job Description:

Full-time Contract Position. The Development Director will develop and execute all aspects of the NRF’s fundraising including grant writing, fundraising campaigns, major gift solicitation, donor-centered communications, and maintenance of our donor database. They will also assist in maximizing the effectiveness of fundraising events. This position reports directly to the NRF’s Board of Directors with day-to-day oversight by the NRF Executive Director. It’s a fulltime, 1-year, independent contractor position, with the opportunity for growth and annual renewal based on performance.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree preferred, but will consider those with equivalent real-world knowledge and experience
  • Demonstrated fundraising and development background with established local and national connections
  • Highly skilled in researching grant opportunities and completing grant applications
  • Knowledgeable and experienced with the intricacies and best practices of fund-development
  • Familiar with the effective use of donor-management software (such as Salesforce)
  • Exceptional written, interpersonal, communication, and presentation skills
  • Self-motivated, highly organized, and flexible with effective time management skills
  • Ability to prioritize and perform work independently with minimal supervision
  • Ability to work effectively with our core NRF team and public relations contractors
  • Strong analytic, strategic, and relationship-building skills
  • Mission driven in spreading the gospel of employer’s worthy cause both locally and nationally
  • Proven track record of donor identification, cultivation, acknowledgement, and retention

Salary Range and Benefits:

This is a full-time contract position. Salary is negotiable based on background and experience.

Position Website (If available):

https://nikolasritschelfoundation.org/

How to Apply:

Please submit your resume and cover letter to
Kelli Ritschel Boehle, Founder, Executive Director
kelli@NiksWish.org
cell 815-262-8825 (Text anytime; Calls after 5:30 pm please)

Jobways Career Networking Platform for Freshers

Organization:

Jobways

Job title:

Jobways career networking platform for freshers

Contact name:

Ashley Vega

Contact email:

jobpost@jobways.com

Brief Job Description:

Fresher

Having excellent communication skills.
Good academic record. Good analytical abilities.
Interest in software systems, demonstrable expertise in any one programming language.
Motivated Self-starter with a proactive attitude towards tasks.
Proactive and eager to work on new challenges and find solutions to different application development problems.
Looking for entry-level Software engineers to work with us on cutting-edge technologies.
Must Have Zeal to work in any environment.
We Are Looking for a Person Who Is Curious, capable, motivated, pragmatic, and with a can-do attitude.
Having the ability and willingness to learn Keen-eyed and having an aptitude to understand what the company is trying to accomplish Enthusiastic to work in a collaborative environment with a fun-loving team. Able to share our passion for quality and reliability and have a clear customer focus.

From,

Jobways Team

https://www.jobways.com/

How to Apply:

https://www.jobways.com/

Office Assistant/Information and Referral Specialist at RAMP

Organization:

RAMP

Job title:

Office Assistant/Information and Referral Specialist

Contact name:

Mark Spain

Contact email:

mspain@rampcil.org

Brief Job Description:

RAMP-Center for Independent Living (CIL), is a non-residential center, that empowers people with disabilities to live independent lifestyles. The majority of our staff and board have disabilities. We pride ourselves on being an inclusive and innovative leader that values people. We are an active EEO employer. We appreciate and include diversity. RAMP employees are valued members of a highly inclusive, autonomous, and collaborative team, working in a Results-Only Work Environment (ROWE) where accountability is incorporated. We focus on results and individually mold our work around our lives. This perspective ties in directly with the Independent Living Philosophy we use to empower our consumers. Our culture is designed for growth; from our consumers to our staff, we exist to make peoples' lives better. We believe in promoting employees from within, our team has many opportunities to grow both laterally and vertically.

Office Assistant/Information & Referral Specialist

To perform receptionist duties for the agency, to be an information and referral source for all staff and the community, and to provide clerical support to the staff under the direct supervision of the County Manager. Recruits and provides orientation for individuals who are interested in being Personal Assistants (PA). Works with DHS/Department of Rehabilitation as needed in regard to consumer and PA issues. Bilingual (English/Spanish) preferred

RAMP provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.

This statement applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, and training.

Preferred Qualifications:

Previous experience preferred

Bilingual English/Spanish preferred

Salary Range and Benefits:

$32,480-$37,352

Position Website (If available):

www.rampcil.org

How to Apply:

https://www.applicantpro.com/openings/rampcil/jobs

Administrative Coordinator at Rockford Symphony Orchestra

Organization:

Rockford Symphony Orchestra

Job title:

Administrative Coordinator

Contact name:

Julie Thomas

Contact email:

jthomas@rockfordsymphony.com

Brief Job Description:

The Rockford Symphony Orchestra, one of the leading cultural institutions in Northern Illinois, is seeking a part-time Administrative Coordinator. The Administrative Coordinator works with the entire RSO team performing general administrative duties and assisting customers with ticket purchases. The administrative coordinator position is 20-hours per week, generally 4 hours per day. This is an hourly, part-time position, reporting to the Executive Director.

Preferred Qualifications:

Associate degree in Business, Marketing, Management or Communications preferred but not required. 1 to 3 years related experience; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

Position Website (If available):

https://www.rockfordsymphony.com/jobs

How to Apply:

Please email a letter of interest and a resume to:
Julie Thomas, Executive Director
jthomas@rockfordsymphony.com

Date to Post Position

06/20/2022

Date to Remove Position

07/15/2022

Any Additional Information

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES

General Administration

  • Answer and direct incoming calls.
  • Assist customers in purchasing concert tickets.
  • Enter all bills into QuickBooks, process payments, maintain vendor files.
  • Oversee incoming and outgoing mail; distribute.
  • Oversee outgoing mail including bulk mailings, and ensure available postage is on account.
  • Be part of patron hospitality team at RSO concerts and events, as needed.
  • Maintain office calendar.
  • Assist in updating Patron Manager.
  • Schedule meetings and arrange meeting spaces for Board and staff.
  • Maintain inventory and order all disposable office supplies.
  • Maintain all office equipment.
  • Maintain organization and cleanliness of office.
  • Provide backup to Education and Engagement Coordinator.
  • Other duties as assigned by the Executive Director.

CRITICAL KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES

  • Willingness to embrace and adhere to RSO mission.
  • Outstanding interpersonal and communication (oral and written) skills.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office.
  • Effectively utilize TicketMaster, PatronManager, and QuickBooks (training will be provided).
  • Willingness to be a flexible and committed team-member with the RSO administrative and artistic staff.
  • Ability to organize and manage multiple projects simultaneously.
  • Must be available to work weekend concerts and events as assigned.

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