Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of 2020 MNA Conference: Resolve
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National Bighorn Sheep Center See information on our website www.bighorn.org
CASA of Yellowstone County SUMMARY: The Program Director is responsible for day to day program operations while creating and maintaining a cohesive team atmosphere for the delivery of outstanding volunteer support and robust advocacy for children. The Program Director provides supervision and support to CASA Program Staff, volunteer Peer Coordinators and volunteer Advocates. The Program Director ensures that children involved with the program receive sound advocacy and early permanency planning. The Program Director is responsible for coordinating and conducting Peer Coordinator selection, training and oversight. The Program Director is also responsible for supervision of current Advocates and the supervision of ongoing cases. The Program Director is responsible for the supervision of the program operations of CASA. The Program Director is hired by the Executive Director and reports directly to the Executive Director who is responsible for his/her performance evaluation.
To see the complete job description and instruction for applying please go to our website. https://www.yellowstonecasa.org/
Director of Development
Montana FFA Foundation FFA is a dynamic youth organization that changes lives and prepares members for premier leadership, personal growth, and career success through agricultural education. FFA develops members’ potential and helps them discover their talent through hands-on experiences, which give members the tools to achieve real-world success by becoming leaders in agriculture or any career path they choose.
The FFA's mission is to make a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth, and career success through agricultural education.
The Director of Development will be responsible and accountable for developing and implementing private and public fundraising strategies in support of Montana FFA’s high priority, multi-disciplinary Ag Education and FFA programs. This position is responsible for donor cultivation, recruitment, fundraising and account stewardship. Successful candidate will promote the organization within the targeted communities to ensure a broad base of funding resources and statewide donor base growth. This position requires 40-50% of time traveling throughout the state for existing sponsor visits and cultivation of new funding prospects. Position also assists the Executive Director, as needed, in current campaigns and funding strategies.
The ideal candidate will enjoy playing an integral strategic role in the step-change growth of a highly successful non-profit while securing and serving our expanding donor base. This position is ideal for someone who is passionate about our organization's mission, is looking to grow their fundraising career, and is a self-starter. The Director of Development reports to the Executive Director.
View the full job description here: https://mtnonprofit-jobs.careerwebsite.com/job/director-of-development/54741298/
Director of Development
Veterinary Initiative for Endangered Wildlife The Development Director is a full-time position and is responsible for developing long-range and annual fundraising goals and plans, working with our executive director, board, and outreach and communications coordinator to implement those plans, and building and maintaining relations with donors.
Regional Director of Greater Yellowstone
Montana Conservation Corps Position Overview: The Regional Program Manager (PM) staff position is responsible for the internal operations and day-to-day management of Montana Conservation Corps (MCC) field programs and participants within a region, including the supervision of regional Field Coordinators, and field program participants. Primary duties include the implementation, quality monitoring and reporting of all MCC field programs operating within the region, oversight of member and leader progress toward completion of program objectives, compliance with all MCC policies, procedures, protocols, and adherence to safety and administrative standards. The Program Manager must develop and maintain a good working relationship with Crew Leaders and Members, project partners, community partners, regional and statewide staff.
Arts Council of Big Sky The Arts Council of Big Sky, one of southwest Montana's leading arts organizations, is seeking a dynamic, multifaceted and passionate individual to join our growing team as Events Coordinator. This is a new position that will be responsible for the overall coordination of our events, including volunteers. This is a full-time, salaried position that may include working some nights and on certain weekends. Position is located in beautiful Big Sky, Montana. Please click on link for full description!
Public Relations & Communications Manager
Zero to Five Montana The Zero to Five Montana Statewide Office seeks a Public Relations & Communications Manager to promote the Zero to Five Montana brand through strategic messaging and key partner engagement. This is an exciting opportunity to be a part of a new, early childhood initiative, that strives to impress lasting impacts for children and families across Montana.
We are seeking an individual who has passion for our mission, who enjoys working independently as well as on a highly collaborative team, who takes initiative, is accountable, creative, organized, and can adapt well in a fast-paced, flexible and evolving organization. This position is ultimately responsible for being the Zero to Five Montana brand ambassador, and will work with partners across the initiative, state and local, to ensure continuity and clarity.
Core responsibilities of this position is the management of all external-facing communications, including press releases, public interest campaigns, social media and web-based platforms. This position will also provide support and training to Zero to Five local community collaboratives through storytelling, messaging, and public awareness strategies, with the goal of increasing reach to a wide array of audiences. The Public Relations & Communications Manager will work closely with the Executive Director and statewide office team to align communications through policy, advocacy, and overarching organizational strategies and outcomes.
Administrative Operations Manager
Zero to Five Montana The Zero to Five Montana Statewide Office is seeking an Administrative Operations Manager to ensure office functions run smoothly. This position is responsible for day-to-day office management of the Zero to Five Montana Statewide Office and will provide ongoing assistance to the Executive Director to ensure the organization’s mission and strategic goals are achieved. We are seeking an individual who has passion for our mission, who enjoys working independently as well as on a highly collaborative team, who takes initiative, is accountable, creative, organized, and can adapt well in a fast-paced, flexible and evolving organizational structure. Core responsibilities of this position is management of office operations, including budgets, purchasing, contracts, grant management, meeting/event coordination, and has a background in continuous quality improvement or operational efficiencies, such as LEAN. The Administrative Operations Manager will work closely with the Executive Director to support the necessary internal functions and operations of the Zero to Five Montana Statewide Office.
Position is 32 hours per week with full-time option and benefits. Salary DOE, commensurate with experience. Intermountain also offers excellent benefits, including health insurance, pension, generous personal leave, and holiday pay. Due to COVID-19 this position is temporarily remote work, but seeking a candidate based in Helena, MT.
Director of Community Engagement
Washington Nonprofits The Director of Community Engagement will expand the Washington Nonprofits network and membership base and build our statewide network of partners and regional staff. The successful candidate will have a community organizing mindset and work to connect nonprofit and community leaders, as well as allied individuals, businesses and philanthropic organizations, with all aspects of our work.
Human Resources Manager
Montana Legal Services Association The Human Resources Manager works with the Executive Director to lead and direct the routine functions of Human Resources (HR) at the Montana Legal Services Association, including, but not limited to, managing the hiring of staff, administering benefits and leave, and enforcing MLSA personnel policies and practices. Travel both in and out of Montana is required as needed.
Executive Director -
North Yellowstone Education Foundation (NYEF) The North Yellowstone Education Foundation (NYEF) was founded in 2017 to support the needs of the Gardiner Public School system. Since our founding we have raised over $300,000 and supported a variety of programs and efforts within the schools. We are now hiring a full-time executive director to expand our funding capacity and better serve the educational goals of our teachers, schools and children.
The executive director position will report to the Board of Directors and oversees all organizational and development activities related to school support and fundraising, including a campaign to provide housing for our teachers. Salary is competitive and based on experience.
Applications should include a cover letter and resume, emailed to: NYEF.ED.email@example.com
Additional details may be viewed on the organization's website: GardinerNYEF.org. A full listing of duties and strategic plan will be made available upon request by emailing at NYEF.ED.firstname.lastname@example.org
Note that the initial deadline for applications was 5pm, September 25th, 2020, but if you mention you saw the posting at the MNA Conference website, there will likely be a brief extension!
The link below goes to the larger job description (and salary range) on the MNA job board.
Director of Development
DREAM Adaptive Recreation The mission of DREAM Adaptive Recreation is to enhance the lives of individuals with disabilities by providing year-round outdoor adaptive recreational opportunities.
DREAM Adaptive Recreation (DREAM), based in Whitefish, Montana seeks a dynamic leader to join the management team in the position of Director of Development.
Under the direction of the the Executive Director, the Development Director is responsible for the strategic direction, management, execution and evaluation of all fund development campaigns, fundraising events and activities of DREAM.
To learn more and apply, please visit the website listed in this post.
Associate Director, Project Creation
Adventure Scientists Adventure Scientists is looking for an exceptional individual to join our team as we unlock access to critical data for leaders working on solutions to the world’s biggest environmental and human health challenges.
You will play a unique role in advancing the organization, with a particular focus on building new partner relationships. You will identify, vet, research, and build new partnerships in the scientific community––specifically governments, universities, NGOs, and the private sector––with an eye toward developing new projects that match Adventure Scientists’ mission and vision. You will execute and, in some cases, develop sales strategies to attract new partners that can take advantage of Adventure Scientists’ project management services. You will be an integral member of the Project Creation Team, and report to the Executive Director.
You must be a self-motivated, passionate, creative, and adaptive individual with demonstrated relationship-building experience and the ability to inspire confidence and trust with potential partners who are pushing the boundaries of scientific discovery. Compelling and effective written and verbal communication skills are critical, as are a strong background and interest in field science, conservation, and complex sales. Of particular importance, you are able to engage with scientific experts on a wide range of technical topics, gain the trust of those experts, and critically examine their data needs for consistency with Adventure Scientists’ mission. You will be expected to travel up to 50% of your time, as well as manage a dispersed team.
The Traveling School The Traveling School is hiring an Administrative Assistant to support our Bozeman-based operations. We're looking for a collaborative, curious and detail-oriented human to work with our development and program teams. This position needs a task master, an organizational guru, and someone who's just not afraid to jump in.
If you are seeking impactful work with flexible hours, amazing co-workers and competitive pay + benefits, APPLY today! This is an office position, up to 30 hrs/week.
Submit a cover letter, resume and four (4) professional references including supervisors and co-workers to email@example.com
Visit The Traveling School website (travelingschool.com) for more information. Applications are accepted until October 18th. The Traveling School is an equal opportunity employer. We value a diverse workforce and an inclusive culture.