Director of Event Management and External Relations
May 13, 2014 06:18 pm |
The National Basketball Retired Players Association
DIRECTOR OF EVENT MANAGEMENT AND EXTERNAL RELATIONS
The National Basketball Retired Players Association (www.legendsofbasketball.com) is seeking a Director of Event Management and External Relations who will lead the NBRPA’s event management strategy and manage all special initiatives and external relations. The position will be located in the Association’s Chicago office.
. Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Reporting to the President & CEO, the Director of Event Management and External Relations will be responsible for, but not limited to, the following duties:
• Lead the management and execution of all special initiatives and programming (Initiatives currently include: )
o Blue Ribbon Corporate Advisory Board
o Success Series Events
o International Goodwill Mission Trips
o Collegiate Partnerships
• Help secure corporate partners to underwrite all initiatives
• Spearhead the planning process for some major events (All Star Weekend, Legends Fantasy Weekend)
• Generate event revenue through sponsorship sales, ticket sales and corporate donations
• Build partnerships with community organizations, supporters and corporations
• Manage year-round internship program
• Work closely with the Vice President of Operations and Special Events in preparing annual budget and ensuring compliance with the annual budget
• Support Vice President of Operations and Special Events on the Legends World Sports Conference and other assigned events
• Staff liaison for the Business Development Committee
. Minimum Qualifications
• Bachelor’s Degree in business, marketing, sports management or similar concentration required
• Some event planning experience, preferred but not required
• Experience pitching sponsorship and generating revenue
• Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
• Excellent writing abilities (writing sample required)
• Strong time management skills
• Must be detail-oriented and possess excellent organizational skills
• Highly motivated individual with a strong desire to build a career in the sports industry
• Team player who is willing to help in all areas of the organization
• Be analytical and forward thinking
Commensurate with one’s professional background and experience.
May 11, 2014 02:30 pm |
Under the direct supervision of the Executive Director, the Advancement Associate is responsible for supporting the Executive Director in achieving the vital financial resource development goals of Northwestern University Hillel. The Executive Director will work with the Advancement Associate to establish specific goals and evaluate progress.
To apply to this position, please send your resume and cover letter, and any other requirements listed above, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jewish Giving Program Analyst
May 11, 2014 02:29 pm |
Crown Family Philanthropies
Overall Responsibility: Reporting to the Program Officer of the Jewish Charitable program, acts as CFP representative to grantee organizations in the field of Jewish education, community building, and social services in the US and in Israel.
Key Areas of Responsibility:
• Research candidate organizations for philanthropic giving, managing due diligence and analysis. Analyze nonprofit organizations to determine fit with CFP’s mission and program areas. Contribute critical feedback to inform decisions about whether to accept or decline proposals based on established criteria. Draft invitations to organizations for proposal submission or for grant renewals to organizations that meet specified criteria
• Analyze nonprofit financial statements and operational conditions to determine organizational strength and effectiveness
• Lead site visits, representing CFP to candidate organizations and grantees. Investigate facilities and observe programming and environment in order to provide key feedback on funding recommendations
• Formulate recommendations for grant size
• Organize and attend community, grantee, and funder collaborative meetings as CFP representative
Grant cycle management:
• Manage development and production of Jewish Charitable Committee book for the Fall and Spring grantmaking meetings, involving Grant Management team as required
• Attend Jewish Charitable Committee meetings prepared to report on findings during grant making analysis and provide additional information related to funding recommendations
• Ensure consistency and standardization in grant review practices across program areas
• Exercise independent judgment regarding managing deadlines, expectations, and level of information shared with grantee and candidate organizations
• Monitor rolling grantee deadlines and verify completeness of applications
• Evaluate grantee progress reports and determine if requirements were met in order to recommend grant payments
• Work with Communications Officer to maintain updated foundation website and library of media, photos, and related programmatic materials
• Prepare and format materials
Family Member giving:
• Based on family member interests, support Program Officer in identifying appropriate giving opportunities, researching organizational strength, and suggesting appropriate gift ranges
Please submit resume and cover letter to email@example.com
.NET/ SharePoint Developer
May 11, 2014 02:29 pm |
American Academy of Pediatrics
Seeking a team oriented individual with strong technical, problem solving, and analytical skills to join our IT department. The selected individual will be responsible for developing and maintaining interactive Web-based programs and database applications using a variety of program languages and tools, including: using MS Visual Studio 2012 to develop solutions in ASP.NET and C#; coding, testing, and implementing solutions in a SharePoint 2010/2013 environment; SQL query writing and developing stored procedures for SQL servers; HTML and Web page design; and performing graphic design and page layout as needed.
The AAP offers an excellent work environment, competitive salary, and a comprehensive benefits package. As a reaffirmation to our employee-focused culture, since 2005 the AAP has been named one of the 101 Best and Brightest Companies to Work for in the Chicagoland area. Additionally, we are an Equal Opportunity Employer of Minorities, Females, Individuals with Disabilities, and Veterans that values the strength diversity brings to our workplace.
Interested candidates should submit their resume outlining the above-noted work experience and skills, cover letter, and salary requirements to:
American Academy of Pediatrics
141 Northwest Point Blvd.
Elk Grove Village, IL 60007
Fax# 847-228-5099 or E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Chief Financial Officer
May 11, 2014 02:28 pm |
PrimeCare Community Health, Inc.
Chief Financial Officer (CFO) provides operational and strategic leadership within the organization. Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer the CFO is responsible developing, upgrading and overseeing the financial operations of the organization. The CFO is also responsible for reporting and interpreting financial information in order to support good business decisions.
Interested candidates are encouraged to submit a cover letter and resume by e-mail email@example.com or mail to: PrimeCare Community Health, Inc., Attn: ReNita Williams, 1431 N. Western Ave., Suite 401, Chicago, IL 60622.
Museum Shop Retail Sales Rep
May 11, 2014 02:27 pm |
Department: Multi-Channel Retailing
Job Title: Retail Sales Representative
Supervisor’s Title: Museum Shop Manager
Employees Supervised: None
part-time hourly, non-exempt
The Frank Lloyd Wright Trust is a non-profit organization which operates two internationally-known house museums (Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio in Oak Park, IL and the Robie House in the Hyde Park neighborhood of Chicago, IL) and is recognized as a leader in the restoration and preservation of historic sites, education, research and museum retailing.
Works as a member of the multi-channel retailing team to promote and execute sales in the museum shops. Provide excellent customer service and contribute to the sales goals of the organization. This position is seasonal part-time to meet the needs of the organization and the hours the shop(s) are open.
1. Provide world class customer service to guests. Build relationships, share product knowledge and present a clean, safe and visually appealing shop environment.
2. Accurately operate registers to enable merchandise, membership, tour and event transactions.
3. Handle cash and provide change without error.
4. Act as a resource for guests about merchandise, tours, events and programs at both museums.
5. Consistently work to achieve shop sales goals, which support organizational revenue goals
6. Be knowledgeable with all products. Process and stock merchandise as required.
7. As a team member of the Trust, demonstrate positive interpersonal skills that promote open communication, respect for all positions, maintenance of confidentiality and success of the organization.
8. Perform other duties as assigned.
Email resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Reference retail Shop Rep in subject line
NO PHONE CALLS WILL BE ACCEPTED
President & CEO
May 11, 2014 02:27 pm |
Orchard Village has been serving the needs of individuals with developmental disabilities in Chicago and in the north and northwest suburban communities since 1972. Recognized as a 501(c)(3) public charity, Orchard Village currently serves 300 adults and children and provides Residential, Vocational and In-Home services as well as educational programming through Orchard Academy. The organization supports people with a variety of disabilities including those diagnosed with I/DD (intellectual/developmental disabilities) cerebral palsy, Autism, Down Syndrome, mental illness and dual diagnosis. The facilities are licensed by the State of Illinois and the organization has an operating budget of $6.2 million with approximately 140 employees.
Applications and nominations are being received by Kittleman & Associates, LLC. To apply, please send a current resume and letter of interest to:email@example.com For more information, please visit www.orchardvillage.org
Manager of Business Development
May 11, 2014 02:25 pm |
Manager of Business Development for Bright Endeavors
ORGANIZATION OVERVIEW: Bright Endeavors is a non-profit social enterprise of New Moms, Inc., manufacturing and marketing eco-friendly home and bath products, and commercial refill candle services to high-end event professionals, helping adolescent parents (aged 16-25) transition into economic stability. Through its parent agency, New Moms, Inc., Bright Endeavors provides on-the-job experience to some of Chicago’s most at-risk youth.
POSITION SUMMARY: Manage the sales process and develop new business opportunities for New Moms’ social enterprise, Bright Endeavors.
1. Identify, pursue, and manage sales relationships with customers for Bright Endeavors’ products
Identify and pursue sales prospects to generate leads and drive new business
Manage and grow current customer relationships
Communicate relevant updates to customers, staff, and various stakeholders
Submit sales orders to production and coordinate delivery timing with customer
Work with outside sales reps to quote and facilitate custom orders
Assess COGS to ensure product pricing and margins are maximized and sustainable
Directly report to, and participate in regular sales meetings with, New Moms’ President & CEO
2. Develop and implement business strategy for Bright Endeavors’ products
Determine if sales opportunities are lucrative given historical performance and BE formulas;
Work with the Manager of Social Enterprise Operations (MSEO) and BE team to manage off-site sales events on location, coordinating volunteers as needed
Work with BE team to carry out marketing, external communications, and social media strategy
Facilitate new business marketing materials and new product sales collateral
3. Manage BE product development process
Work with the BE team and outside consultants, as needed, to develop seasonal items and new BE products
Assess market viability of new products
Determine that product COGS fits appropriately with margin/pricing needs
4. Oversee BE annual planning
Analyze sales and develop fiscal year sales projections
Develop marketing calendar
Set benchmarks for updates (quarterly review) throughout the year
Work with MSEO to develop annual marketing plan and yearly updates to strategic plan
5. Participate in transitional jobs programming with participants when applicable
Conduct business overview training with incoming cohorts of participants
6. Participate as a staff member and representative of New Moms in internal and external meetings and events
Commitment to the mission of Bright Endeavors and New Moms, Inc. and a passion for growing the social enterprise model.
Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university in business, marketing, or a related field.
3-5 Years experience with social enterprise or business sales and business development.
Excellent relationship- building skills and ability to work well with a wide range of people – from professionals to program participants.
Strong oral and written communication skills; experience with product marketing and social media preferred.
Ability to manage multiple projects and tasks concurrently and function in a fast-paced sales environment.
Sound professional judgment and analytical ability, with the capacity to work independently and as part of an interdisciplinary team.
Experience in the use of personal computers and Microsoft software applications.
Valid driver’s license, with safe driving record and valid insurance.
Ability to work evenings and weekends, depending on the needs of program.
You can learn more about Bright Endeavors and New Moms by visiting our websites:
To apply, submit resume & cover letter (including salary requirements) to firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls, please.
May 11, 2014 02:24 pm |
Noble Network of Charter Schools
Founded in 1999, the Noble Network of Charter Schools has been recognized nationally for its success serving low-income Chicago students. Noble is the highest-performing open-enrollment school in Chicago. Over the last 15 years, the Noble model has proven successful: 91% of graduates go to college and 83% of those are the first in their family to do so. Next fall, the Noble Network will operate 16 high school campuses throughout Chicago and serve over 9,500 students. Noble has been awarded a $10.8 million dollar grant by the U.S. Department of Education to support expansion in Chicago, and plans to operate 20 campuses by 2016, which will enable us to serve 15,000 students.
The Noble Network of Charter Schools supports the collective mission of Noble campuses by accessing financial and human resources and administering programs and services that serve the common good of their students and employees. As we continue with our ambitious expansion plans, we seek exceptional leaders to help more kids achieve the dream of college success.
The Noble Network seeks a detail-oriented self-starter with problem-solving skills and a team attitude to join the payroll team. The person in this role will report to the Payroll Manager and will administer and implement first-class payroll practices and processes, which will positively impact inner city schools so that teachers and school leaders can spend more time preparing low-income students for college. The primary duties of the role are to assist with the bi-weekly payroll of over 1200 employees and contractors. This position is full-time with a competitive wage and a comprehensive benefit package. While travel to campuses around Chicago will be required from time to time, the primary work location is at 1 N. State Street.
Primary Duties & Responsibilities
· Update and maintain payroll information, files and software to ensure accurate employee data
· Run and reconcile biweekly payrolls; manage payroll workflow to ensure all payroll transactions are processed accurately and timely
· Manage time and attendance system (ADP’s ezLabor Manager), providing oversight, training and support to all campuses submitting/approving time
· Cross reference insurance, benefits and payroll deductions for accuracy
· Build and execute reports in our payroll system (ADP’s PayeXpert)
· Process employment verifications and wage garnishments
· Assist accounting staff with research and resolution of payroll transactions
· Support the rest of the Human Resources team as needed
Required Competencies & Values
· Mission & culture fit – believes that all students can achieve college success and exhibits an unwavering determination to do whatever it takes to help Noble students achieve their goals
· Strong customer service skills – builds trust and respect by consistently meeting and exceeding expectations
· Detail-oriented – understands the importance of thoroughness and accuracy and monitors own work to ensure quality
· Problem-solving – gathers and analyzes information to identify problems and resolves them in a proactive, timely manner
· Organization – uses time efficiently, prioritizes and plans work activities, develops realistic action plans and can effectively multitask
· Written communication – edits work for spelling and grammar, presents numerical data effectively and thoughtfully writes emails to thoroughly and concisely communicate information
· Adaptability – adapts to changes in the work environment, manages competing demands and is able to deal with frequent change, delays or unexpected events
Education: Some college work or HR course work/certification required; Bachelors degree preferred
Experience: 1-3 years of work in payroll
Software knowledge: Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint required. Experience with ADP products, specifically Pay eXpert and ezLabor Manager preferred.
Travel: 10% travel to campuses in the Chicagoland area
Interested & qualified candidates should apply via the Noble Network website. Please submit a cover letter explaining why you are an ideal fit, your resume & references.
Noble Network of Charter Schools is an equal opportunity employer.
May 11, 2014 02:24 pm |
The Staff Accountant is responsible for handling all the accounting needs of Families of SMA, including payroll preparation, month and year end closeout, state registrations and filings and the monthly preparation of financial statements. The ideal candidate has 3-5 years accounting experience with a nonprofit organization (with QuickBooks experience), is highly detail oriented with work accuracy, works collaboratively and autonomously, and is adaptable with a growing organization. If you meet the minimum requirements, submit your resume, cover letter, and salary history to my.resumefsma.org. Resumes will not be considered if salary history or salary requirements are not included.
Principal Job Duties and Responsibilities:
- Process and reconcile accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll, grants payable, grants receivable, fixed assets pre-paid expenses and all cash accounts. Maintain general ledger and prepare monthly balance sheet account reconciliations
- Reconcile and process all travel & expense reports
- Reconcile and process all annual conference expenses
- Publish monthly financial statements including statement of activities, statement of financial position, cash flows, chapter financials and all other supplemental schedules
- Issue, control and reconcile all credit cards/statements
- Assist in the preparation of the annual budget and maintain the budget changes in QuickBooks
- Prepare 1099’s
- Prepare annual audit information
- Assist in preparation of the 990
- Prepare all state and local regulatory registrations and filings
- Handle all accounting/finance record retention
- Assist with Board and Finance Committee Reporting
- Maintain internal controls and adherence to generally accepted accounting principles and internal accounting procedures
- Exercise independent thought and judgment over resolution of non-routine problems
- Provide clerical, administrative, and reporting support to all staff and management as requested
- Special projects as assigned
Send resume, cover letter, and salary history to email@example.com. Mention npo.net in your email.
Resumes wil not be considered if salary history or salary requirements are not included.
Families of SMA
925 Busse Road
Elk Grove Village, IL 60007
No phone calls please
May 11, 2014 02:23 pm |
Working in the Schools (WITS)
Since 1991, Working in the Schools (WITS) mission has been simple: to promote literacy and a love of learning in Chicago Public School elementary students through a volunteer-powered, outcomes-based portfolio of programs. WITS endeavors to bridge the achievement and opportunity gap for underserved students through building connections with positive adult role models. Active in the classroom alongside our teachers and school administrators, WITS works to provide the critical support that our students need to set them on a path toward academic success.
Reporting to the Program Manager the Program Coordinator for Community Programs coordinates and maintains the high level quality of WITS program model. The Program Coordinator for Community Programs delivers high quality services to Chicago Public School students served by WITS, as well as to WITS volunteers and community partners.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Ability to connect and provide high level of customer service to diverse types of organizations: schools, businesses, government and faith organizations.
• Energize and engage volunteers in WITS mission and programs.
• Match volunteers to opportunities and needs of the organization.
• Support recruitment and ongoing training of volunteers.
• Collaborate with school partners to ensure successful student recruitment.
• Act as a liaison between WITS volunteers and school administrators and teachers.
• On-site at WITS programs, create an environment that supports a high level of engagement between WITS volunteer mentor and student.
• Along with program team, develop and implement enrichment activities at programs.
• Coordinate and supervise the program logistics for volunteers (groups and individuals), including student or volunteer transportation and program materials including books, workbooks and materials for activities.
• Administer pre and post test evaluation surveys in collaboration with WITS Program Evaluator.
• Direct and supervise WITS part-time support staff from partner schools.
• Implement communication plans developed by program managers and deputy director.
• Maintain accurate information in constituent database (Raiser’s Edge).
• Submit monthly volunteer and attendance reports.
• Support program team and senior staff on other projects, as necessary.
The position is full-time. WITS has excellent employee benefits including health and disability insurance, generous PTO and a 403-B retirement plan.
To apply please email a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
May 11, 2014 02:22 pm |
Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Chicago
Basic Functions: Assist Veteran residents at Cooke’s Manor – Hines to effectively maintain recovery and incorporate self-sufficiency skills into their daily living. Provides guidance and supervision to residents and enforces all program rules. Ensures safe and effective operation of the program and facilities. Required to complete food handling certification and CPI certification.
• Collects urine and Breathalyzer screens and interpret results .
• Maintains documentation, records and medication logs of residents. .
• ls knowledgeable of and maintains resident confidentiality and appropriate boundaries with residents at all times..
• Provides crisis intervention. • Conducts intake assessments
• Conducts client exit interviews • Ensures the-integrity of the environment remains drug free
• Ensures meals are prepared and served.
• Provides light maintenance of facility.
• Provides coverage for Security Guard while on break.
• Responsible for strict adherence to all established safety and security procedures when on duty which may require evacuation of the facility:
• Responsible for working alone during shift with supervisor available via cell- phone for consultation
• Provides timely and accurate reports to Program Director regarding the safety and security of the residents and facility.
• Attends meetings as required to keep informed-of programmatic and agency communications.
• Completes all required trainings. Participates In agency Performance and Quality Improvement (P&Ql) process.
• Possesses a high level of enthusiasm for the job and has excellent customer service skills including the ability to handle problems in a calm demeanor.
• Maintains a flexible work schedule in order to meet client needs
• Accepts additional duties as assigned.
Name: Gloria Wright
Address: 5000 South 5th Ave., Hines, IL. 60141
Phone: Not listed
May 11, 2014 02:21 pm |
TAILS Humane Society in DeKalb IL seeks an Executive Director to provide dynamic leadership for a small not-for-profit humane society and animal shelter, preferably a candidate with experience in animal welfare. TAILS operates an up-to-date animal shelter and offers foster care, adoption, low-cost spay-neuter, and programs that support the human-animal bond. These include HomeBuddies, which supports animals in the homes of shut-ins served by Meals on Wheels; Catalyst, which trains at-risk youth to improve their coping skills by working with animals, and PAWSitive TAILS, a program that trains and certifies handlers and their animals for work in nursing homes and other locations.
TAILS places 2,300 animals annually, facilitating adoptions both at the shelter and through a variety of off-site adoption locations. TAILS has a well-established history of collaboration and partnership with other animal welfare organizations and with human service organizations. TAILS raises approximately 60% of its revenue from services and the rest from private gifts and foundation grants. It receives no government funding.
TAILS was founded in 2000 by a small group of citizens who wanted to improve the quality of care and placement of homeless animals in the DeKalb and Sycamore area. The organization constructed a 6,100 square foot shelter in 2005. In 2010 a second building was added to its campus, donated by a local citizen in a public-private partnership. The donor uses the space during the day to operate a for-profit dog daycare service; in the evening and on weekends, TAILS uses the building for dog training and other programming. A well-equipped veterinary clinic is located in this building.
TAILS has a small, well-trained professional staff and approximately 500 active volunteers who provide foster care and assist staff with shelter animal care, adoptions, and fundraising events.
The shelter is located in DeKalb IL, sixty miles west of Chicago. DeKalb and its sister community, Sycamore, have a combined population of 61,500. They are located in DeKalb County, which has a population of 104,700. DeKalb is the home of Northern Illinois University, and its students increase the population of the community and also the number of available volunteers during the school year. Although the primary clientele for TAILS is DeKalb County, adopters come from the western suburbs and communities to the west and south of DeKalb. The off-site adoption program extends TAILS‘ reach into the western suburbs of Chicago.
Further information about TAILS and its programs can be found at our website: http://www.tailshumanesociety.org. Review of applications will begin on June 1 and continue until the position is filled. TAILS Humane Society is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Title: Executive Director
Reports to: Board of Directors
Director of Operations
Pawsitive TAILS Coordinator
To provide leadership and management for the TAILS Humane Society. The Executive Director is responsible for the planning, organizing, coordinating, directing and controlling of all the functions and activities of the organization in accordance with the mission, philosophy, objectives and goals as established by the by-laws and organizational policies.
The Executive Director must support the basic concepts of a not-for-profit organization, as well as the basic nature of TAILS Humane Society as a partnership (directors, staff and volunteers) with defined roles for each.
To administer the program, fiscal and personnel policies of TAILS, the Executive Director must possess the insights and management skills necessary to achieve goals and objectives through the efforts of other people. As Executive Director, personal leadership is extremely important. Ability to delegate appropriate responsibilities is essential, however, the ultimate responsibility and accountability for the operation remains with the Executive Director.
The human relations aspect of this position is very important. The personality, attitude and conduct of the Executive Director’s skill in relating individuals and groups to each other determine the eventual effectiveness of the organization.
- Active community participant serving as the organization’s chief spokesperson assuring the organization and its mission are properly presented.
- Responsible for all operational, planned giving and capital revenue generating activities from programs, foundations, bodies of government, corporations, local businesses, individuals, special events, promotions and other. Responsible for all promotional, marketing and outreach strategies and implementation.
- Develops and recommends to the Board, an annual budget for approval and manages operations and programs within approved budget guidelines.
- Ensures fiscal operations are sound and in compliance with contractual obligations, reporting requirements and applicable laws.
Board of Directors/Committees
- Keeps the Board fully informed on the condition of the organization, as requested, to enable the Board to carry out its governance function.
- Participates in all strategic planning sessions with the board. Recommends for Board approval, any major operational and future needs of programs, services, facilities and personnel. Initiates, develops and recommends policy changes for Board approval.
- Assists in the selection and evaluation of potential Board members. Assists in providing new members with Board orientation and ongoing training.
- Responsible for the organization and retention of all Board and Board committee documentation; assists in preparation and distribution of Board meeting agenda.
- Actively participates in all Board Committees as ex officio member, committee member or chairperson, as applicable, and attends all Board meetings.
- Directs the well-being, humane treatment and timely disposition of animals in the care of TAILS Humane Society.
- Directs the overall effective management of the shelter to include human resources, daily operations, programs, financial resources and physical resources.
- Directs all staff hiring, performance reviews, compensation changes, training, promotion, discipline and termination.
- Ensures against physical damage and on-site safety, by maintaining effective operating conditions. Institutes precautions to prevent animal-related injuries and to prevent injuries to animals.
- Remains informed about all technical, social, economic and regulatory issues pertinent to animal welfare, humane education and shelter operations as they related to TAILS.
Send letter of interest and resume to:
or by mail:
President, Board of Directors
Foster & Buick Law Offices
2040 Aberdeen Court
Sycamore, IL 60115
May 11, 2014 02:20 pm |
Chicago Community Loan Fund
The Chicago Community Loan Fund (CCLF) provides flexible, affordable and responsible financing and technical assistance for community stabilization and development efforts and initiatives that benefit low- to moderate-income neighborhoods, families and individuals throughout metropolitan Chicago. CCLF also specializes in providing financial and technical assistance to credit- and/or capacity- challenged agencies and projects. CCLF is a leading lender to affordable and limited equity housing cooperatives. Most of CCLF’s customers are non-profit organizations; however, some are mission-driven for-profit community developers.
CCLF is a fast-paced, dynamic, growth-oriented community development financial institution that has grown from an initial investment of $200,000 to become one of the 10 largest nonprofit CDFIs in Illinois. CCLF often works with challenging but promising projects that have high social impact, incorporate good design and sustainable building practices, and have the potential to leverage significant additional investments from other sources. For more information on CCLF, please visit our websites at www.cclfchicago.org and www.greenaffordable.org.
CCLF seeks a full-time Controller to be accountable for the accounting operations of CCLF, which include the production of periodic financial reports, maintenance of an adequate system of accounting records and a comprehensive set of controls to mitigate risk, enhance the accuracy of CCLF’s reported financial results, and comply with generally accepted accounting principles or international financial reporting standards.
- Oversee day-to-day accounting operations of the organization, to include accounts payable, deposits, accounts receivable and journal entries
- Maintain a documented system of accounting policies and procedures
- Manage outsourced processes, such as payroll
- Supervises the preparation of all monthly reconciliations and annual workpapers for the audit process
- Assists with major capital applications (e.g., CDFI Fund) and conduct necessary follow-up and compliance
- Manage compliance processes for all investors
- Supervise Finance and Administration Associate and Finance and Administration Assistant
- Produce internal financial statements on a monthly basis
- Manage payroll and general administrative functions including insurance
- Identify and articulate variances from the budget and report significant issues to the Vice President, Finance and Administration on a timely basis
- Provide financial analyses as needed
- Monitor compliance with local, state and federal government reporting requirements and filings
- Complete other assignments as required
The successful candidate will demonstrate a commitment to neighborhood redevelopment and/or poverty alleviation/social justice.
Nature and Scope of Working Relationships:
The Controller position requires maintenance of working relationships with fellow staff members; investors; funders; auditors; consultants; vendors; financial institutions; city, county, state and federal agencies; other public/private sector institutions; and peers in the field of community development. The Controller reports to the Vice President, Finance.
Major Challenges/Performance Measures:
The major challenges of this position are the smooth execution of accounting and financial management processes and management of administrative and information systems.
Performance measures include: accurate and timely accounting and financial management reports; maintenance of strong internal control systems; solid and timely preparation for annual audit; timely investor compliance reporting; and maintenance and improvement of operational systems.
- Salary is commensurate with experience
- Three weeks vacation
- Medical and dental insurance
- Retirement (after 1 year)
- Public transportation paid
PLEASE SUBMIT RESUMES VIA EMAIL BY May 30, 2014
email@example.com or fax 312.252.0419
Attention: Vice President, Finance and Administration
Chicago Community Loan Fund
29 E. Madison St., Suite 1700
Chicago, IL 60602
(No Calls Please)
It is the policy of the Chicago Community Loan Fund not to discriminate against any applicant for employment, or any employee because of age, color, sex, disability, national origin, race, religion, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity or veteran status.
Vice President, Communications
May 11, 2014 02:18 pm |
National Association of Charter School Authorizers
The Vice President, Communications will lead and manage all communications functions at the National Association of Charter School Authorizers (NACSA). This leader will infuse NACSA’s communications with creativity and strategy in order to help the organization advance and achieve its mission and strategic goals.
Founded in 2000, the National Association of Charter School Authorizers (NACSA) is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit and the leading organization dedicated to improving public education through excellence in charter school authorizing. NACSA works to strengthen the people, policies and practices of authorizers – the organizations designated to approve, monitor, renew and, if necessary, close charter schools. NACSA provides training, professional development, practical resources, consulting and policy guidance to authorizers. It also advocates for laws and policies that raise the bar for excellence among authorizers and the schools they charter. Above all, NACSA is committed to advancing excellence and accountability in the charter sector and to increasing the number of high-quality charter schools across the nation.
In November 2012 NACSA launched its five-year One Million Lives campaign, dedicated to providing one million more children the chance to attend a great school that will prepare them for success throughout their lives. The campaign recognizes that simply increasing the overall number of charter schools isn’t the answer. By engaging authorizers and a broad coalition to close failing charter schools and open many more good ones, we can get one million more children into 3,000 high-performing schools within five years.
Role and Major Responsibilities
The Vice President, Communications will:
- Set vision and direction for the organization’s communications functions;
- Design and execute on a strategic communications plan;
- Identify opportunities to use communications to advance the One Million Lives campaign;
- Ensure that key messages reach core audiences;
- Ensure that key messages are being delivered through the right person or communications tactic;
- Write various communications documents including press releases, speeches, stakeholder letters and op-eds;
- Build relationships with and secure news placements on behalf of NACSA;
- Oversee and manage all of the division’s responsibilities including strategic communications, media and press releases, marketing of programs and services, design and dissemination of publications and oversight of social media functions;
- Build and manage a dynamic team around the concept of strengths-based management in order to achieve priorities and goals; and
- Work closely and collaboratively with NACSA colleagues and partners to communicate NACSA’s overall mission and vision.
S/he will report to the President & CEO.
The review of candidates will begin immediately and continue on a rolling basis until the position is filled. Applications should consist of a current resume and cover letter tailored to this specific position and be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Manager, International Affairs
May 11, 2014 02:17 pm |
American Academy of Pediatrics
The American Academy of Pediatrics, the nation’s leading advocacy organization for children’s healthcare, has an excellent opportunity for an organized individual with project management skills to forge Academy-wide international relationships with internal and external partners. This is a collaborative position that will bridge departments throughout the Academy to coordinate international relationships, meetings, and activities, and support the daily activities of the International Pediatric Association (IPA) and other partners.
Responsibilities will include nurturing relationships with key partners from international pediatric societies and providing timely communication to staff members about relevant activities, meetings, and communications; act as key staff and provide management support for the IPA, including administrative support for the Executive Director, staff and organize annual meetings for various committees, develop and manage the IPA budget and financial reports, manage the membership program for IPA member organizations, and implement data and collection surveys of member organizations. Additional responsibilities include serving as a key staff contact for international activities at the AAP National Conference and Exhibition (NCE), including assisting international attendees at the meeting, developing agendas, and arranging meetings with AAP departments and international guests; manage meeting logistics for the NCE international reception and other events.
The AAP offers an excellent work environment, competitive salary, and a comprehensive benefits package. Additionally, we are an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer of Minorities, Women, Individuals with Disabilities, and Veterans that values the strength diversity brings to our workplace. As a reaffirmation to our employee-focused culture, since 2005 the AAP was named one of the 101 Best and Brightest Companies to Work for in the Chicagoland area.
Interested candidates should reference position HR/NPO/495 when submitting their resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to:
American Academy of Pediatrics
141 Northwest Point Blvd.
Elk Grove Village, IL 60007
Fax# 847-228-5099 or E-mail: email@example.com
May 11, 2014 02:17 pm |
Elevate Energy is seeking an Accounting Assistant who is responsible for administrative functions within the accounting department, including but not limited to maintenance of the payroll process, maintenance of Accounts Payable (AP), maintaining support schedules for specific accounts, supporting month-end-closing and the annual audit process, Accounts Receivable (AR) and other duties as assigned.
The Accounting Assistant reports to the Manager of Finance and supports the accounting department in providing accurate and timely financial reports to managers, board, and other staff members.
• Process Accounts Payable in a timely manner, ensuring consistency and identifying items needing resolution
• Prepare and process bi-monthly payroll and 401k submittals on time
• Prepare and process bank deposits in a timely manner
• Prepare journal vouchers for monthly and recurring entries and other adjustments to ensure accurate accounting records
• Maintain complete and accurate records/documentation for items not limited to payables, payroll and deposits
• Assist with month-end close and associated financial statement preparation
• Work with the Manager of Finance and Accounting Team to ensure adherence and compliance with policies and procedures for accounting
• Assists with other Administrative and Finance functions, including, but not limited to month-end close, annual audit preparation, budgeting and analysis, and Accounts Receivable
• Organize the retention of historical records, ensuring that all information is safely stored and available on short notice
• Recommends changes to departmental processes
• Other duties as assigned
This is an exempt position. Salary is commensurate with experience.
Elevate Energy’s mission is to deliver smarter energy use for all. Elevate designs and implements efficiency programs that lower costs, protect the environment, and ensure the benefits of energy efficiency reach those who need them most.
Elevate Energy is an equal opportunity employer that does not discriminate against any employee or job applicant based on race, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age disability, veteran status, or marital status. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including, but not limited to, hiring, termination, promotion, transfer, layoff, leaves of absence, compensation and training.
Please send cover letter, resume, and salary history to:
Human Resources – Accounting Assistant
1741 N. Western Ave.
Chicago, IL 60647
Fax to 773-698-6869
Email to careers@ElevateEnergy.org
No phone calls
May 11, 2014 02:16 pm |
Shimer College, an independent, four-year, liberal arts college located minutes from downtown Chicago, is seeking an experienced Controller to lead its Business Office and perform a variety of challenging duties related to the day-to-day operational and financial aspects of the College.
With the President and the Board of Trustees, the Controller provides overall financial vision and leadership on behalf of the institution with all internal and external constituents. Work involves oversight and direction of budgeting, auditing, tax related reporting, regulatory compliance, accounting, purchasing, and long-range forecasting of the institution. Shimer’s Controller is also an operational officer, with responsibilities to prepare and communicate financial information and budgetary priorities. The Controller must be adaptable and able to thrive in a complex, deadline-oriented environment with multiple funding sources.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
- Set departmental goals in line with the College’s student-centered mission
- Direct and coordinate the Business Office including organizational structure, hires, training, evaluation and supervision/mentorship of staff, and daily operation oversight
- Oversee all financial operations and business services including those with students (e.g. financial aid disbursements, deferred payment plans), accounting (e.g. gifts, grants, contracts), purchasing, and payroll and benefits
- Manage Accounts Payable from invoice entry through cash-planning and final disbursement.
- Maintain financial relationships with host institution (Illinois Institute of Technology), e.g. lease obligations, rental property, security, communication and reconciliation with IIT Bursar’s Office
- Formulate the College’s fiscal policies and procedures according to accounting and auditing principles and best practices and in compliance with federal and state laws
- Establish key performance indicators or benchmarks for measuring financial and operating performance of the College
- Monitor and analyze financial results against budget and provide the President and the Board of Trustees access to accurate and timely financial and business-related information
- Close the year, prepare annual financial statements, coordinate the annual audit(s) and tax return
The Controller is considered a senior officer of the College. For purposes of strategic planning, the Controller reports to the President of the College and works closely with the Treasurer of the Board of Trustees. Daily supervision is provided by the Chief Operating Officer who reports directly to the President. The Controller supervises one Business Office employee and one or more student employees.
Shimer College is an equal opportunity employer, offering ambitious individuals a work environment based on collaboration, accountability, creativity, and diversity. Position is open until filled.
Please send a cover letter, resume, and three references to firstname.lastname@example.org
May 11, 2014 02:16 pm |
The Polish Museum of America (PMA), a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, established in 1935, is looking to fill the
position of its Managing Director. The job description, duties and qualifications are listed below.
The PMA, one of the largest and oldest ethnic museums in the United States, consists of extensive archival, music and
photographic collections, and one of the the largest and most important collection of Polish paintings, sculptures, and
prints outside of Poland. The Museum artifacts and library hold over 100,000 volumes. Located in the Polish Downtown
neighborhood of Chicago, its purposes are to collect, preserve, and exhibit artistic, literary and historical objects and materials; to continue research and study of items pertaining to Poland, Poles, the Polish American community, and the
community-at-large; and to promote the contributions of Poles and Polish Americans in artistic, literary, and historical
arenas worldwide. The PMA is a core member of the Chicago Cultural Alliance and is staffed by 12 professionals with
experience in the areas of art, history, library science, museum and archives studies.
The Managing Director of The Polish Museum of America:
Is directly responsible for the operation of the Museum, subject to the direction and control of the PMA Executive Committee. He/she is a non-voting member of the Museum Executive Committee.
Reports to the President of The Polish Museum of America.
Is the primary individual charged with the implementation of all strategic plans; works closely with the Board to develop long-term and short-term goals, to grow and improve the posture of the Museum in fulfilling its mission.
Is responsible for maintaining the Museum budget, as set by the Board of Directors.
Assists the Board of Directors in fundraising duties for the Museum, including the solicitation of individual donations and bequests; supervising the PMA staff in grant writing, and trust and foundation donations.
Is responsible for overseeing and coordinating all activities regarding human resources, marketing/public relations, event management, and security; and interfacing with the Building Manager.
Is responsible for the organizational structure of the Museum, overseeing the Museum and Library staff in their
day-to-day operations; as well as in the planning of future Museum exhibits and activities in conjunction with the PMA Executive Committee and/or the Board of Directors.
Is responsible for the safety and security of the Museum artifacts, art and library assets; the guarding against any threat of possible theft or damage of these valuable items, as well as the safety of Museum staff and guests.
Is involved in all fundraising including events and attendance income, membership, grants, gifts, endowments, and estate gifting.
Has the duty of representing the Museum to the public, informing them of the Museums position and mission in the public arena.
Represents the Museum in collaborating with other cultural, historic, and educational institutions.
Is responsible for the day-to-day operation of the Museum, including maintaining the organizational chart and clearly-defined job descriptions; as well as managing the staff and volunteers, including supervision, training, and periodic performance reviews for all employees and professional consultants. The Museum currently operates with 12 staff members as well as volunteers and/or interns.
On a daily basis, is involved with the revenues and expenses of the Museum.
Attends all Board and committee meetings and prepares the staff reports for the Board of Directors meetings.
Guides the Museum to abide by all laws of governance, civil as well as moral and ethical.
The Museum offers competitive benefits and salary commensurate with experience. Applicants must pass a background check and should provide resume, employment history, education and professional references to: email@example.com -or- THE POLISH MUSEUM of AMERICA Attn.: Richard Owsiany 984 N. Milwaukee Ave. Chicago, IL 60642-4101
May 09, 2014 03:37 pm |
English as a second language teachers work with non-native speakers to help these students learn to speak, read and write in English. ESL teachers have at the least a bachelor’s degree.
ESL teachers work with adult students of varied ages and backgrounds. A flexible teaching style that adapts to varied student needs is a valuable skill for an ESL teacher. Excellent communication skills are also important. Besides instructing students in English, ESL teachers must prepare their class lesson plans, complete any related paperwork, and stay abreast of updates in available teaching methods. Because of the increasing use of technology in the classroom, ESL teachers may need proficiency in computers and various applicable software programs. Experience in curriculum instruction and design is a plus!
Competitive salary and health benefits are offered with excellent opportunity for promotion.
Please send resumes to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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