Washington, DC, USA
The Temporary Grants Administrative Coordinator (GAC) is responsible for managing the pipeline of inquiries and applications for KaBOOM! grant programs. The Temporary GAC is the single point of contact for community-based stakeholders and is responsible to responding to all incoming inquiries and the initial processing of all KaBOOM! applications. The Temporary GAC is an expert user and administrator of application databases and systems in Fluidreview and Salesforce and is responsible for maintaining, improving, and optimizing systems. The Temporary GAC will also provide outreach support targeted outreach efforts for Build it with KaBOOM!, Creative Play, and Play Everywhere grant programs through research and cold-calling. The Temporary GAC helps to build the pipeline of grant applications by developing and supporting social media outreach strategies and coordinating select outreach initiatives.
Duties and Responsibilities, including but not limited to:
Application Pipeline Management:
Develop and maintain an excellent working understanding of all grants and resources available across the organization and of each program’s goals, strategies and funding criteria.
Respond to all grant inquiries in a timely and professional manner and assist grant applicants with navigating the application process
Review and analyze all grant applications to determine viability and alignment with funding opportunities.
Manage the flow and triaging of grant assignments to KaBOOM! staff across grant programs
Create and update monthly, quarterly, and annual department reports on inquiry and application metrics. Identify external trends and opportunities as they arise
Use Salesforce CRM to manage customer account information, ensuring accurate status of relationship and strength of the client relationship; maintain accurate activity records
Be an expert user and administrator for application databases and systems in FluidReview and Salesforce
Identify opportunities for improved efficiency and customer ease. Use expertise to train internal staff on application system. Create an update procedures and processes
Maintain the integrity of grantee records by systematically updating records and documenting notes in Salesforce (internal database)
Analyze the pipeline of grant applications to identify opportunities to leverage grant applications for new funding opportunities in coordination with the Community Partnerships Manager
Conduct Outreach Market Work:
Pursue community organizations for KaBOOM! grants that meet KaBOOM! and Funding Partner criteria, through internet research and networking; promote KaBOOM! grant opportunities through referrals of established relationships, cold calls and cold outreach emails.
Develop and support social media and email marketing outreach strategies in coordination with the External Affairs team. Manage the KaBOOM! Grants Twitter account.
Garner applications from community organizations for KaBOOM! grant opportunities through follow-up with applications initiated in FluidReview, internet research, email and phone communication.
Coordinate select outreach initiatives including the annual Kick Off with KaBOOM! program.
Actively contribute to our inclusive work environment by valuing other people regardless of differences, and take an active role in promoting practices that support diversity, inclusion, and cultural competence.
Bachelor’s Degree along with one (1) year of professional experience with administrative support or grants management
Strong interpersonal and customer service skills
Exceptional organizational skills and ability to take initiative and problem-solve
Ability to manage responsibilities and meet rigid deadlines
Strong communication skills (verbal, written, listening)
Ability to work effectively in a team environment with diverse individuals, both within KaBOOM! and externally
Exhibit excellent computer skills and strength at word processing, excel and database management
Preferred candidate will have experience using and maintaining internal systems – preference for candidates who have used Salesforce and FluidReview in a professional setting
Other Skills, Abilities and Attributes
To ensure successful job performance, candidate must:
Possess the skills necessary to prioritize, multi-task and thrive in a culture of rapid change (learn quickly from multiple sources; possess well-developed analytical, organizational, and problem-solving skills; model strategic planning ability).
Exemplify the behaviors that demonstrate commitment to the KaBOOM! vision, mission, culture and values.
Demonstrate the ability to make a favorable first and lasting impression to the public and represent the KaBOOM! brand
Washington, DC, USA
The Associate Director, Corporate Partnerships, under the direction and direct supervision of the Director, Corporate Partnerships, is responsible for building relationships with high-level corporate partners to secure six and seven figure multi-year gifts, and identifying and securing funding for our programs, initiatives and operations. New business development is the primary responsibility, which will include identifying brand alignment and promoting KaBOOM! programs to corporations and corporate foundations as a business solution.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Secure new restricted and unrestricted partnership revenue in excess of $2.5M across multiple business lines in support of the organization-wide revenue target of $30M.
Cultivate a portfolio of prospective partners in your assigned geographic region and/or industry.
Clearly articulate the KaBOOM! value proposition taking prospects through all phases of the business development cycle, including sales calls and meetings, proposal development, presentations, appropriate follow up, letters of agreement, budgets and contract negotiations and relationship management.
Create written weekly/monthly reports and updates to Director regarding goals, pipeline development and revenue projections.
Collaborate with colleagues in other departments to implement programs in alignment with the organization's strategic goals and to meet all contractual obligations.
Maintain a solid understanding of the KaBOOM! mission, strategic plan, culture, values, history, programs and initiatives, and stay abreast of trends in corporate philanthropy.
Actively contribute to our inclusive work environment by valuing other people regardless of differences and takes an active role in promoting practices that support diversity, inclusion, and cultural competence.
Bachelor's degree with 7+ years of experience in new business revenue generation, fundraising programs and/or direct sales and securing six and seven figure multi-year gifts.
Proven strategic prospecting and pipeline management skills with direct experience managing against overall revenue goals.
Cause marketing and/or experience in both non-profit and corporate environments a plus.
Exceptional and persuasive written, oral, interpersonal and presentation skills with the ability to effectively interface with staff, community leaders and senior level executives.
Ability to travel to assigned territory, build events and conferences.
Demonstrated ability to represent the KaBOOM! brand and our values professionally.
Demonstrated ability to be a creative and resourceful problem solver; able to balance tension between partner expectations and organizational capabilities, strategies and results.
Advanced CRM skills (Salesforce preferred) and expertise in Microsoft Office (Word; Excel; PowerPoint; Outlook).
Passion for the vision and mission of KaBOOM!. Strong interest in the importance of play in the well-being of children, particularly the 16 million American children in underserved areas.
The ideal candidate will be a team player, self-motivated and have the ability to manage multiple tasks and goals with high ethical standards, tact and diplomacy.
University of Nevada, Reno
Reno, NV, USA
University of Nevada, Reno – Main Campus
The Development and Alumni Relations Division (DAR) at the University of Nevada, Reno seeks an experienced, success-oriented fundraising professional to join our team in the College of Liberal Arts (CLA); see below for more information about the College.
The successful candidate will join a team that has raised over $350M in our $500M campaign Building What Comes Next: The Campaign for the New Nevada. The position focuses on soliciting philanthropic gifts, providing stewardship, managing relationships with donors/prospects, moving potential prospects through all stages of moves management, and collaborating with Annual Giving, Planned Giving and the Alumni Association to engage alumni and friends.
Development officers are supported centrally by Annual Giving, Alumni Relations, Corporate and Foundation Relations, Planned Giving, Prospect Research, University Events, Donor Relations, Financial Services and IT. DAR’s goal is to provide you with support to enable you to focus on meeting with prospects in order to attain and surpass your annual fundraising metrics. Training which includes webinars, conferences, and in-house informational sessions are available.
You will have the opportunity to work directly with upper administration within the University, DAR (Vice President, Associate Vice President and Executive Directors of Development) as well as the Dean, faculty and staff of the College of Liberal Arts.
Candidates will be selected for interviews at the level their professional experiences most closely match DAR’s requirements for direct, one-on-one fundraising.
Assistant Director, Development Grade B
Associate Director, Development Grade B
Director, Development Grade C
For additional information on the University, the Division of Development and the individual Schools / Colleges please go to UNR; UNR-external/job/University-of-Nevada-Reno---Main-Campus/Assistant-Associate-Director--Development-College-of-Liberal-Arts_R0113780
St Louis Park, MN, USA
This position will join our clinical services team of six that includes mental health professionals, mental health practitioners, and LADCs. Perspectives 245G program provides services to persons with co-occurring disorders.
A majority of clients are participants in Perspectives Supportive Housing Program. Perspectives is the largest Supportive Housing Program in Minnesota serving 84-87 homeless, recovering, co-occurring clients and their 130 children annually. The target population is recovering homeless women with their children. Critical one-to-one case management is provided in order to assist the families in their transition back into the socio-economic mainstream. Our campus consists of five apartment buildings, tucked away in a quiet cul-de-sac located in an affordable housing community within St. Louis Park, MN.
Major Responsibilities:Oversee chemical health program, ensuring the implementation of best practices and appropriate staff supervision.
Provide ongoing trauma-informed chemical health treatment and services to clients living in Supportive Housing and/or in the Outpatient Treatment Program at Perspectives, Inc. This includes development of treatment plans with the client, conducting individual counseling and group treatment to address the co-occurring substance and mental health disorders, providing relapse prevention groups, and outpatient treatment.
Supervise LADC and LADC licensure candidates
Ensure program compliance with Rule 245g Policies and Procedures
Facilitate/Co-facilitate dual-diagnosis treatment groups
Complete Comprehensive Assessments, Assessment Summaries, service plans, treatment plans, and progress notes as required under Rule 245g licensure
Referrals to inpatient treatment when deemed necessary
Set up and implement relapse prevention groups, outpatient treatment, and other related program requirements
Attend weekly staff and clinical meeting
Maintain case files on each client as required using electronic health record
Ongoing evaluation of client needs to make appropriate community and in-house referrals
Work collaboratively with all other agency programs
Maintain ongoing, current, and required training and self-development for best practice