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Business Writer – Administrative

Apr 23, 2014 02:47 am |

Albany Park Chicago
Company Confidential

Business Writer – Administrative (Chicago 60625)

Compensation: $35,000 – $50,000 base plus benefits

Work closely with Senior Project Managers, other Office Staff, Vendors and Clients as an administrator to help write proposals, bid documents and contracts for an established construction firm. (See list of specific duties below).

Minimum of 3 years Administrative experience working in a fast-paced business office needed. In addition to excellent oral communication skills, candidates should possess superb written communication skills to efficiently write complex proposals and a variety of correspondence. Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in English, Journalism, Communication or Marketing or a related writing field is highly preferred. Any business, technical or paralegal writing experience highly desired.

Must have proficient computer skills including expertise with MS Word, Excel Power Point. Minimum typing speed of 55 WPM (please test your speed This is a large-volume and fast-paced environment, with pressure and deadlines, where contributions of employees are highly valued. Competitive salary and benefits.

We are only interested in candidates seeking a long term career opportunity. Immediate placement available. Please submit your resume along with a cover letter pertaining to this job description. Please refer to our Zip Code, 60625, and please, only apply if our office location is a feasible commute for you on a long term basis.  LIST OF SPECIFIC DUTIES:

·           Write proposals and inspection reports

·           Verify and compile bidders’ lists

·           Update and customize company brochures

·           Maintain proposal follow-up log in Bid Tracker

·           Write business correspondence (e-mails, letters)

·           Write and log Change Order Requests

·           Write Requests for Information

·           Complete bid forms

·           Update Daily Log

·           Create booklets and visual aids for new projects, including Power Point presentations

·           Assist in preparing Time & Material invoices

·           Help label and organize photo folders as needed

·           Put together aerial photos

·           Proofread and edit holiday cards

·           Verify contact information for holiday card/tangelo/pumpkin/bagel lists

·           Help put together mass mailings for holiday cards

·           Update client/vendor contact info using ACT!

·           Prepare UPS shipments

·           Transcribe dictations

·           Record minutes at admin meetings

·           Research various topics (business and personal) for owner or as directed

·           Act as back-up for answering phone

·           Drafting change orders


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Young Adult Engagement Associate

Apr 20, 2014 09:57 am |

Loop – Chicago, IL
JUF / Jewish Federation

DUTIES: Under the supervision of the Assistant Director, Young Leadership Division, the Young Adult Engagement Associate is responsible for developing and implementing a comprehensive outreach program that connects unengaged post-college young adults to the Jewish Federation/Jewish United Fund system. Responsibilities will include face to face meetings with individuals, program and event planning and implementation, staffing volunteer committees, staffing Birthright Israel trips and coordinating with trip staff, researching best practices, marketing, conducting evaluations and managing a database for reporting purposes. The focus of this position will be community outreach, specifically to Birthright alumni, suburban young adults, recent college graduates and graduate students.


• Community Outreach Activities: Initiate and implement community outreach efforts for post-college young adults through face to face meetings and other methods. Serve as entry point for JF/JUF involvement; connecting individuals to appropriate resources. Work with volunteer leadership, committee members and other staff. Attend and staff events/meetings

• Work directly with the Associate VP, Community Outreach and Engagement, Planning & Allocations on Birthright specific efforts, such as staff selection and training, tracking, recruitment and orientations

• Data Management and Evaluations: Develops an in depth analysis of involvement and contributions (DMS); writes progress reports; manages expenses and program budgets

• Administration and Marketing: Performs any necessary tasks in relation to administering programs; performs other administrative tasks as assigned. Develops marketing plan with information about community events that might be of interest to this population; develops social media opportunities


• B.A. from an accredited institution

• 2-3 years professional experience

• Knowledge/involvement in the Chicago Jewish community

• Demonstrated collaborative skills and ability to handle multiple tasks at one time

• Knowledge of social media

• Excellent interpersonal, organizational, written and oral communication skills

• Previous event planning and programming experience

• Proficient in all Microsoft Office Suite of Products

• Knowledge of the Jewish community, culture, heritage, traditions and Jewish Communal Services

Apply Now:

To apply to this position, please send your resume and cover letter, and any other requirements listed above, to

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Associate Director of Advancement

Apr 20, 2014 09:56 am |

Rogers Park, Chicago, IL
Rogers Park Montessori School

Creative and energetic Associate Director of Advancement to report to and work in close partnership with the Director of Advancement in developing and implementing the School’s comprehensive fundraising strategies and programs across all constituencies.  This combined position requires a talented and versatile professional front-line fundraiser who has a convincing track record of developing and implementing special events, volunteer programs, and compelling communications.

Specific Responsibilities

Special Events

  • Oversee and collaborate with parents and other volunteers, working closely with them to execute event logistics and achieve event goals for an annual fundraising event, and other smaller events, as needed.
  • Organize event committee meetings.
  • Mentor event chairs and co-chairs.
  • Coordinate event programming, honorees, and attendees.
  • Oversee and effectively manage event budgets.
  • Create and manage invitation lists and track guest responses.
  • Negotiate contracts with vendors, venues, and other suppliers.
  • Create, oversee, and closely manage adherence to event timelines.
  • Responsible for all logistic, technical, and administrative oversight of events.

Volunteer Management

  • Assist the parents’ association (ROOTS) with making arrangements for activities they sponsor.
  • Exhibit appropriate leadership and work cooperatively and supportively with all volunteer groups.
  • Primary staff point of contact for the parents’ association (ROOTS) volunteers.

Development Activities

  • Work closely with Director of Advancement to ensure coordination of fundraising efforts.
  • In consultation with the Director of Advancement, identify, cultivate, build, and solidify relationships with new and established contributors.
  • Work closely with the Director of Advancement to create, implement, and manage an Alumni Program.


  • Manage the production and print schedule of all Advancement publications, maintaining a close working relationship with graphic design, print, and mail house partners to ensure timely and accurate mailings.
  • Responsible for writing content, photography, coordinating guest writers and photographers, collecting relevant materials, and facilitating distribution of Advancement publications, vitations, marketing, promotional, and other Advancement materials.
  • Develop a system of archiving important school documents and photos, and maintaining an assortment of RPMS memorabilia.
  • Collect alumni and current student stories and testimonies.

Administration and Operations

  • Develop an effective alumni management system as part of our existing database.
  • Create and setup queries and export data from donor database.
  • Maintain some flexibility in work schedule to include some evenings and weekends.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the Director of Advancement.
Apply Now:


Apply online or send a resume, cover letter, two writing samples, and a list of three professional references to

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Manager, Compensation & Benefits

Apr 20, 2014 09:56 am |

Shedd Aquarium

Shedd Aquarium is seeking a Manager of Benefits and Compensation! — Do you have a passion for animals? Are you committed to Shedd’s mission and culture? You could become an integral part of Shedd’s Human Resources team!

We are all learners, teachers, and have connections to our collections. Whatever the position, we do it with a sense of stewardship, quality, integrity and respect.

The Manager of Compensation & Benefits is responsible for recommending and developing compensation and benefits strategies and plan design including the delivery and communication of these programs. This position has responsibility for health and welfare plans, leave of absence administration, wellness programs, worker’s compensation, work/life benefits and other compensation & benefit programs.

Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Demonstrate commitment to Shedd’s vision, mission and values.
  • Responsible for overall management and administration of a comprehensive employee benefits program. Responsible for benefits planning, strategies, and recommendations to meet established objectives. Handles and oversees benefits administration and recordkeeping, vendor relations, employee health and wellness program, and leaves of absence. Assures legal compliance.
  • Responsible for administration of 401(k) retirement savings plan, enrollment, daily administration, recordkeeping, legal compliance, processing, and all reporting. Processes loans, withdrawals, and distributions, provide support for annual audit, and provide information for annual 401(k) discrimination testing. Prepare and distribute all participant information, materials, notifications and reports. Arranges for employee education, serves as liaison with service provider, and serves as a member of the 401(k) Committee. Coordinates Committee meetings, regularly distributes investment fund information, handles vendor communications, and secures consultants to assure appropriate third-party plan review and consultation.
  • Keeps abreast of relevant legislation and changes affecting benefits and keeps management appropriately informed. Coordinates implementation of necessary changes, including work with legal counsel as needed.
  • Serves as primary contact for all staff, volunteers, retirees and providers for all benefits. Responsible for employee communication & training on all plans. Provides service to employees related to benefits issues and works to resolve benefits issues and concerns.
  • Partners with Senior VP of Human Resources to develop and manage benefits budget.
  • Responsible for monthly bill reconciliation and accurate, timely bill payment. Prepares and/or oversees production of required reports.
  • Responsible for leave of absence administration and reports, including legal compliance.
  • Works to assure that Shedd’s pay structure and pay practices are competitive. Recommends changes and strategies to increase retention and performance through compensation practices.
  • Conducts position evaluations and recommends pay ranges for new or revised job descriptions. Makes recommendations for wage and salary adjustments based on established guidelines. Oversees administration of wages and salaries in accordance with wage and salary program and procedures. Makes appropriate recommendations to SVP. Assure job descriptions are accurate and updated.
  • Responsible for salary surveys and annual market reviews and makes appropriate recommendations for changes, including budget requests, to assure the Aquarium’s pay structure and incumbent wages remain competitive.
  • Serve on appropriate institutional teams.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.
Apply Now:

Question?  Email us directly at

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Marketing and Community Outreach Coordinator

Apr 20, 2014 09:55 am |

Lincoln Park, Chicago, IL
Lincoln Park Chamber of Commerce

The Marketing and Community Outreach Coordinator is responsible for all marketing and communications initiatives for the Clark Street and Lincoln Avenue Special Service Areas (SSAs) including maintaining the SSAs websites and online presence, implementing the SSAs social media and digital strategies, coordinating SSA promotions and events and developing relationships with business owners within SSA districts.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Special Service Areas

  • In conjunction with the Director of Community Development, serve as the project manager for the Clark Street and Lincoln Avenue SSAs
  • Maintain and update SSA websites; assist in website re-development
  • Develop, administer, and measure success of a yearly marketing program for the SSAs through various forms of media
  • Develop and oversee special events and promotions
  • Author and publish monthly e-newsletters and periodic e-blasts
  • Handle/author all social media feeds, including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.
  • Monitor neighborhood/SSA happenings/business openings and closings/news
  • Oversee various graphic design projects to support the development of brochures, handouts and other communications
  • Respond to email and phone requests for information from the public and the press
  • Maintain contact with property and business owners within SSA boundaries and implement outreach programs
  • Work closely with volunteer SSA commission to execute annual work plan
  • Take minutes at SSA meetings


  • Assist business owners with marketing and communications challenges and develop cross-marketing opportunities
  • Attend all LPCC events and activities
  • Attend all SSA events, activities and meetings
  • Coordinate other projects or activities as directed by the Director of Community Development and LPCC President
  • Work as team player with other staff members to fulfill LPCC mission

About the Lincoln Park Chamber of Commerce:

Founded in 1947, the LPCC is a nonprofit organization that serves as a resource, leader and advocate for the Lincoln Park business community while encouraging and supporting economic development in the area.

Apply Now:

Please send cover letter and resume to

No phone calls please.

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Executive Director

Apr 20, 2014 09:54 am |

Will County
Land Conservancy of Will County

The Land Conservancy of Will County is seeking a highly qualified professional to help the conservancy reach its strategic land conservation, organizational and fundraising goals.  The job opening is for a part time position, with a possibility of becoming full time contingent on funding.  The Executive Director will be responsible for managing the membership program, fundraising and land preservation.  Requirements include:  fundraising experience, proficiency with membership or donor databases, experience in writing grant proposals, and knowledge of the northeastern Illinois philanthropic climate.  Experience in natural habitat evaluation, ecosystem restoration or conservation land management is desirable.

Apply Now:

Please send electronic cover letter and resume to Karen D’Arcy, Board Chair at

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Media Arts Mentors

Apr 20, 2014 09:54 am |

Street-Level Youth Media


The Media Arts Mentors work with youth to develop technical skills, explore new ideas, create digital media artwork, connect with community, and build honorable character.  Artists may work in any number of digital arts mediums, including but not limited to: photography, graphic design, digital music making and audio recording, video-making, journalism, web design, and game design. Depending on an assignment, a contractor may work with youth anywhere from ages 8-22. This is an open call for current and upcoming roles which may vary in timeframes, in pay opportunity, and in locations around Chicago.


  • Connect with, motivate, challenge, inspire, and teach young people.
  • Provide guidance in critical thinking, aesthetic judgment, social awareness, creative projects.
  • Develop content knowledge through discussion and by exposing youth to model works.
  • Develop technical expertise through hands-on projects.
  • Take youth on interesting and relevant field trips.
  • Instill focus and self-discipline; provide ongoing feedback and encouragement.
  • Work collegially and collaboratively with staff and students.
  • Use Street-Level teaching tools to perform assessments and provide guidance and feedback. Amongst other methods, tools may include office work like updating content for program website, filling-out spreadsheets and other digital forms, maintaining paperwork, videotaping and transcribing interviews, and so forth.
Apply Now:

Please email cover letter and resume to Marc Furigay, Director of Education, Street-Level Youth Media:  Include link(s) to online portfolio in resume and email.

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Apr 20, 2014 09:53 am |

Chicago, IL
Bethel New Life

The Accountant is responsible for maintaining detailed accounting records of all financial transactions of the organization.  Prepares financial statements and reconciles basic accounts.  Prepares and maintains vouchers and accounts receivable records in accordance with underlying contracts.


General Ledger Responsibilities

 Assess and examine general ledger account balances and reconciliations on a monthly basis.  Fixed Assets, Depreciation, Notes Payable, Insurance, Interest, Accounts Receivables, Deferred Revenue.

 Prepare monthly A/R and deferred revenue reconciliations and ad hoc analysis

 Prepare journal entries and month-end close, debt payments, reporting and wire processing

 Provide accurate accounting and analysis for several program areas

 Execute revenue reporting and analysis on a monthly basis

 Responsible for ensuring accurate and timely billing of all fee-for-service grants and monitoring of the related grant receivables.  Develop processes to eliminate billing errors.  Revise invoices and make certain they are delivered to State and Federal grants in an accurate and timely manner

 Educate and assist Director in grant compliance and regulations.

Real Estate Activity

 Maintain property accounting for managed and owned properties (excluding HUD).  Analyze leases to ensure accurate billings.  Conduct Tenant ledger and CAM reconciliations.

 Create acquisitions and disposition journal entries including purchase price allocation on acquisitions.

 Assess and analyze investment properties for signs of possible impairment and prepare impairment assessment work papers on a quarterly basis

Financial Analysis

 Monthly financial statement preparation.

 Financial Statement variance analysis and monthly written report on results

 Prepare and Maintain monthly cash flow statement along with cash reconciliations

 Assist Director with special queries, projects and reports.

Budget and Forecast

 Provide assistance with annual budget preparation and update financial forecasts ensuring that each department is fiscally responsible.

 Analyze and interpret accounting information in order to appraise operating results in terms of actual results against budget.

 Perform financial forecasts and analytical review

 Develop and manage assigned program budgets for review by the Director and Finance Department leadership.

Audit Activity

 Process and audit monthly account reconciliations and financial statements

 Prepare annual year-end reconciliation process for assigned accounts

 Provide assistance with audits and financials as needed

Apply Now:

Candidates may also fax Cover letter and Resume to: Attn Mr. Paul Watford fax # 773-473-7871


No Phone Calls Please

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Staff Writer

Apr 20, 2014 09:52 am |

American Marketing Association

The American Marketing Association has an exciting opportunity for a Staff Writer in its Publications department.  The ideal candidate will help drive member value through the creation of original, fresh and relevant content targeted at various member constituencies via print and Web media. The Staff Writer – Magazines & eNewsletters is responsible for reporting and writing features and departments for print and online channels, and for translating that content to the association’s other digital channels, as well as routine copy editing.

The key responsibilities for this position are as follows:

Research and generate story ideas to pitch to the editor regularly.

Write features and departments on a weekly deadline.

Work with the editor to polish copy as needed.

Record podcasts and create other Web-based content in conjunction with stories.

Work with the editor and designer to help determine the best ways to illustrate stories. Solicit photos, charts, drawings, etc., to run with the stories.

Page edit copy in a team editing environment during production.

Prepare e-newsletter templates.

Assist with the curation of content for our e-newsletter properties.

Apply Now:

Send resume to:

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E-learning Specialist

Apr 20, 2014 09:52 am |

ISMIE Mutual Insurance Company

We are:  A physician-owned, medical liability insurance company.  Specifically, this position is in our Risk Management division, which provides our physician-policyholders with personalized risk management advice, live and online risk management coursework, and individualized assessments of their office practices.

We need someone to:  Design, develop, and maintain our division’s e-learning coursework and instructional products.  This includes working as a part of a development team in authoring course designs, flowcharts, storyboards, graphic design and production of multimedia coursework.

Apply Now:

To apply:  Please send a resume, your portfolio or samples of previous work, and cover letter including salary requirements Please note, this position is based in Chicago, IL and does not offer relocation assistance or visa sponsorship.

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Marketing Coordinator

Apr 20, 2014 09:51 am |

Crete, IL
Bible League International

Position Summary

To assist the Senior Director of Communications in the coordination of radio acquisition campaigns by providing administrative and organizational support. This position will utilize skills in analysis, communications and project management to help the radio marketing channel achieve its campaign goals.

Essential Duties

  • Maintain communications with team members, staff and Project Managers via phone, e-mail, fax, memo/mail, keeping them advised of priorities, projects, travel schedules, appointments, meetings, reports, ministry reports and follow-up correspondence.
  • In consultation with the Senior Director of Communications, place broadcast media buys with various agencies to secure air time for the planned campaign.
  • Coordinate communications between agencies, stations, call center and Bible League. Schedule meetings and phone conferences as requested. Keep detailed notes of all action items.
  • Facilitate campaign resource assembly and implement distribution via web, email, mail, etc.
  • Keep a master budget and refer to it frequently to answer questions, give updates, or other information as requested.
  • Receive, review, record, and process invoices and purchase orders for broadcast and prepare the monthly expense reports.
  • Assist Senior Director of Communications in planning, coordinating, and executing creative, production, and budgets.
Apply Now:

If you are interested in this opportunity, please email a cover letter and résumé to Please include Ref. ID# 2014-20 MC in the subject line.

Pursuant to the Civil Rights Act Section 702, Bible League International has the right to and will only hire candidates who agree with Bible League International’s Statement of Faith and profess Christ as their personal Lord and Savior.

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Community Relations & Volunteer Services Coordinator

Apr 20, 2014 09:50 am |

Epilepsy Foundation of Greater Chicago

Founded in 1946, the Epilepsy Foundation of Greater Chicago is a community-based, non-profit organization giving support, inspiration, and hope to the more than 130,000 individuals with epilepsy, as well as their families and friends, in Chicagoland and 43 counties in North and Central Illinois.  In 2012, EFGC served more than 14,500 children, youth, and adults as the only regional provider of a full range of resources for people with epilepsy. The Epilepsy Foundation of Greater Chicago leads the fight to stop seizures, find a cure and overcome challenges created by epilepsy.

The position supports the Director of Special Events and Development and the Individual Gift Officer with the logistics of fundraising development to meet the financial goals of the foundation.  The Coordinator will be responsible for enhancing the outreach and awareness efforts as well as recruiting, training, and supervising volunteers for the Epilepsy Foundation of Greater Chicago (EFGC). The individual will provide customer service, community relations and support with the implementation of special events.

Apply Now:

Please send a cover letter and resume to or send via fax to (312) 939-0391.

The Epilepsy Foundation of Greater Chicago is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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Web Administrator

Apr 20, 2014 09:49 am |

Lisle, IL
The Morton Arboretum

Guide the Arboretum’s web communications strategy to reach expanding audiences through a variety of electronic channels and innovative methods.  Reinforce the Arboretum brand by recognizing that the website is a primary marketing channel, integrating the mission and impact of the Arboretum into the website, and ensuring a positive user experience.  Manage email distribution and programming of HTML emails.

Physical Demands and Work Environment: The physical demands and work environment characteristics described here 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 these essential functions.

• Physical Demands: It is necessary to operate a computer for prolonged periods on a daily basis.

• Work Environment: Office environment.  Work is performed primarily indoors.

• Equipment: General office equipment.

Apply Now:

If interested, please forward cover letter, salary requirements, and resume or application, to The Morton Arboretum, Human Resources, 4100 Illinois Route 53, Lisle, IL, 60532-1293, or email to:

The Morton Arboretum is an equal opportunity employer committed to achieving a diverse workforce.

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PC Network Technician I

Apr 20, 2014 09:49 am |

Cleburne, TX
Hill College

Installs, troubleshoots, and repairs computer hardware, software, and peripherals in a timely manner. Cleans computer equipment and performs general maintenance on equipment to ensure that it is in optimal condition. Evaluates and disposes of older hardware and software as needed. Monitors network performance and alerts management of an unstable network. Maintains inventory, passwords, and computer-related work orders. Installs, configures, and upgrades operating systems on faculty and staff computers. Performs computer related training. Responds to service calls and completes work orders from the helpdesk. Provides support for distance learning and audiovisual equipment use. Manages assigned computer lab operations, including lab scheduling, as required.

Apply Now:

Secure Application online:

Submit Completed Application, Cover Letter and Resume via email.


Contact: Melissa Tune, HR Adminstrative Assistant III

112 Lamar Drive

Hillsboro, TX 76645

Phone: 254-659-7730

Fax: 254-659-7737

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Assistant Coordinator

Apr 20, 2014 09:48 am |

Rockford, IL
Easter Seals Metropolitan Chicago


• Parent consultation-assists with conducting meetings with parents and caretakers who have children identified on the autism spectrum (or who are awaiting diagnosis) who are seeking supports such as visuals, social stories, local resources, etc.

• Educator/Professional consultation-assists with conducting  meetings with individuals regarding diverse ways to support children on the spectrum who may be in their care.  This may also include in classroom consultations in various settings, as well as providing classroom supports, ways to structure the environment, books and material recommendations, etc.

• Autism Family and Community Resource Room (FCRR)- The Assistant Coordinator is responsible for the daily operations of the FCRR, such as checking books and materials out via the red-beam scanning system, tracking  and  monitoring lent items and corresponding with parents and other interested parties.  Community outreach, conducting parent and educator consultations, creating various supports (e.g., Boardmaker visuals, social stories, transition aids, etc.) and being familiar with available community resources are a key component of the Coordinator’s responsibilities.

• Monitors contractual deliverables-Will assist coordinator to ensure quarterly deliverables are completed as outlined in contractual agreement with funders

• Submit data-enters daily/weekly data to funders as outlined in contractual agreement

• Provide parent and service professional training programs as assigned

• Aid in the development of new educational and clinical programming

• Participate in Clinical Programming as assigned

Apply Now:

Please email resume and cover letter to

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Director of Programs

Apr 20, 2014 09:47 am |

Respiratory Health Association

Overview: Respiratory Health Association is seeking a Director of Programs to oversee our community-based lung health programs and professional services.

Job Title: Director of Programs

Reports To: Senior Director of Programs and Policy

Status: Full-time; Exempt

Key Responsibilities:

Supervises a team of approximately 10 staff and consultants working on lung health programs; assists with recruitment and hiring of program staff and interns.

Oversees Respiratory Health Associations community-based lung health programs, including Fight Asthma Now©, Asthma Management, Courage to Quit and flu program among others, and program evaluation activities.

Administers and oversees Respiratory Health Associations grant-funded programs to assure achievement of project deliverables on time and within program budgets and participates in research, solicitation, design and preparation of new grant and contract proposals.

Serves as project director for lung health initiatives, including Addressing Asthma in Lake County, Asthma-Friendly Childcare and COPD Initiative among others.

Manages Respiratory Health Associations patient-focused events, including Cruising with COPD and Living Better Together COPD Conference.

Manages Respiratory Health Associations continuing medical education programs and professional services, including Catch Your Breath: Women and Lung Health Conference and Asthma Educator Preparatory Workshop.

Develops lung health programming related to tobacco prevention and cessation, reduction of secondhand smoke, asthma, lung cancer, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, tuberculosis, influenza prevention and womens lung health.

Develops and maintains collaborations with medical, research, business, non-profit, public health and community partners at the local, state and national levels to promote, develop and implement lung health programs.

Works collaboratively with Senior Director of Programs and Policy; Director of Health Policy; and Director of Environmental Health Programs to develop lung health initiatives and Respiratory Health Associations public health agenda.

Assists with the development of health educational materials and health messaging, including curriculums, factsheets, newsletters, etc.

Delivers community-based lung health programming, including Fight Asthma Now©, Asthma Management, and Courage to Quit.

Other duties as assigned.

Apply Now:

Email resume and cover letter with salary requirements to Kate Sheridan, MPH at Please include the job title and your name in the subject line. Incomplete applications will not be considered.

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Network Administrator /Infrastructure Support

Apr 20, 2014 09:47 am |

Glenview, IL
American College of Chest Physicians

Manage and support all CHEST server systems, data center environment, network communication equipment and supporting software. Manage the operations and service delivery of enterprise applications and hosted services such as Learning Management System, Content Management System, and Association Management System.  Provide technical support for the meetings and training center and oversee resource for weekend/on-site support.

Essential Functions/Responsibilities:

1. Responsible for the successful installation, configuration, implementation, operation, and support of CHEST Global Headquarters infrastructure devices and equipment including the Innovation, Simulation, and Training Center enterprise network infrastructure and services.

2. Help ensure successful operations, support, and service delivery of enterprise applications and hosted services such as Learning Management System, Content Management System, and Association Manangement System.

3. Provide technical support for CHEST meetings and training center and oversee resource for weekend/on-site support.

4. Responsible for network operations and ensuring the availability of the enterprise network infrastructure and services in support of business processes.

5. Perform configuration, setup, and management tasks for switches, routers, firewalls, wireless devices, and related network components in the enterprise infrastructure.

6. Monitor, analyze, and support the operation of the LAN/WAN infrastructure to ensure reliable, secure, and efficient day-to-day network operations.

7. Maintain high-level and detailed network diagrams for all sections of the enterprise LAN and WAN.

8. Provide implementation support for all change requests for the enterprise network and security infrastructures.

9. Provide assistance to IT Teams and stakeholders for network and security infrastructure operations and projects.

Other Functions/Responsibilities:

1. Responsible for managing and implementing approved business and technology improvement projects on time and on budget.

2. Responsible for selecting and managing vendors and consultants as needed to meet approved network and infrastructure project objectives.

3. Responsible for achieving stated key performance indicator objectives of approved business and technology improvement projects.

4. Responsible for advancing the CHEST business methodology around business process improvement and technology integration projects.

5. Maintain flexible schedule to ensure after-hours support and successfully deliver support for off-site meetings.

6. Complete other tasks and projects as assigned.

Apply Now:

To apply: email your cover letter including compensation expectations and a resume to:

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Apr 20, 2014 09:41 am |

Niles, IL
Notre Dame College Prep

Founded in 1954 by The Congregation of Holy Cross, Notre Dame College Prep has a rich tradition of impacting the hearts and minds of young men from the greater Chicago area.  Since transitioning sponsorship in 2007 to an Association of Christian Faithful, its lay Board of Governance continues to enhance the NDCP experience for its students and 13,000+ strong alumni body.  In this position the board is seeking an outstanding individual to work with them in advancing its strategic plan.

Position & Title: President


• Must be a practicing Catholic with a commitment to faith based, inclusive secondary school education.

• Bachelor’s degree; Master’s degree or advanced designation preferred.

• Demonstrated success in managing a complex multidimensional enterprise.

• Proven record of achievement in institutional advancement and fundraising.

• Strong communication skills and ability to engage all stakeholders of the school community.

• Active supporter of school’s mission and Holy Cross charism.

• Solid administrative skills including organizational, operational and fiscal experience.

Apply Now:

Application:  Applicants should submit a formal application, which includes a letter of interest and current resume’ to:

Peter J. Newell

Interim President

Notre Dame College Prep

7655 W. Dempster Street

Niles, IL 60714


Application deadline:   May 19, 2014

Interested parties are encouraged to visit the school’s web site:

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Director – Lake County Programs

Apr 20, 2014 09:40 am |

Waukegan, IL
New Foundation Center, Inc.

Excellent psychiatric rehabilitation agency seeks a bright, energetic leader to build program and clinical services in Lake County. This exciting position will create an ACT team and other functions related to consent decree transitions and join it with existing New Foundation Center services in the region. We seek an individual who will enhance the agency’s ability to fulfill its mission, grow and adapt to fast changing needs and demands and achieve the highest standards of excellence.

The program director will understand and stay abreast of issues and events that have an impact on our programs; seek new opportunities to improve the effectiveness and accessibility of our rehabilitation and recovery services and the satisfaction of the people we serve; monitor agency grants and contracts; utilize effective strategies to maximize their outcomes; prepare statistical and qualitative reports; and act with others as the agency liaison to third party insurers, provider partners, and care and advocacy networks.

The director develops and supervises the expanding supportive housing, supported employment, mental health recovery and community support services and assures adherence to state and federal certification, licensing and accreditation guidelines.

Apply Now:

Send resume to:

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Education Strategy Coordinator

Apr 20, 2014 09:40 am |

Chicago, IL
Chicago Housing Authority

Job Opportunity

Education Strategy Coordinator

Department: Resident Services

Grade: 68

Position Number:  ESC-HOU905

Minimum Salary: Commensurate with experience


The Education Strategy Coordinator is responsible for the overall implementation, coordination and continuous improvement of the education strategies.  The position is responsible for the creative development and implementation of the educational agenda in CHA’s Plan Forward.  Specific focus will include scholarship programs (high school and college), IGA with City Colleges of Chicago, and working with Chicago Public Schools. Will work with key external education partners as well with cross functional team at CHA.


Examples of responsibilities of this position may include but are not limited to the following:

• Provides overall strategy coordination for the activities related to CHA youth education strategy including but not limited to work with CPS, City Colleges, Charter Schools and networks and scholarship programs.

• Creates and follows a work plan in order to achieve strategic goals and objectives. Is responsible for achieving the desired impact for education strategies.

• Assists the Deputy Chief-Resident Services and others within Resident Services in identifying issues, new areas of programming, and troubleshooting issues that arise.

• Monitors performance of contractual partners through review of invoicing and other reporting activities if appropriate.

• Stays abreast of current issues, grant and funding opportunities.

• Regularly identifies program issues to Division leadership; makes recommendations and implements procedural and program changes accordingly.

• Collaborates with other directors and departments and responds professionally to internal and external requests.

• Manages multiple projects simultaneously.

• Responds to change in a positive manner

• May be asked to handle tasks outside of job description in order to meet broader goals of CHA and Resident Services

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