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Manager of Donor Data and Stewardship
Chicago Foundation for Women This position coordinates and oversees CFW’s fundraising efforts and operations by providing support services, including analysis, applications support, list management, business process and other services related to all donor data used by CFW. Reporting to the Senior Director of Development (DOD), the Manager of Donor Data and Stewardship serves as the primary administrator of the Raiser’s Edge fundraising database, ensuring data accuracy, reporting, integrity and long-term health. This position also works closely with CFW leadership, the Development team and volunteer fundraisers to maintain the infrastructure and accountability metrics needed for the strategic solicitation, cultivation and stewardship of donors with the goal of increased revenue to support CFW’s mission.
Receptionist at Pediatric Dental Health Associates
Pediatric Dental Health Associates Our office is looking for a friendly receptionist for front desk. Liking children and having fun is a must, having dental experience is a plus!
Chicago Systems/Network Engineer
Keno Kozie Services The Systems Engineer will be responsible for providing a high level of technical support for both maintenance, troubleshooting and participation in network implementations in numerous client environments. The position provides exposure to a wide range of technologies and offers many challenging opportunities to help grow your career.
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Collaboraction Theatre Company https://www.blveconsults.com/collaboraction
Director of Innovation and Talent Development
University of Illinois Chicago The University of Illinois Chicago, Extended Campus (UIC EC) seeks a self-motivated, curious and passionate people-person to develop and manage a portfolio of organizational relationships with high priority industry sectors, generating a pipeline of strategic educational partnerships with Chicago large employers. As a director of innovation and talent management you will grow and cultivate UIC's market reputation as a leading provider of education at companies and increase UIC enrollment of working professionals at target companies.
Supervisor of Family Support Programs for Workforce Development, DFSS
Department of Family & Support Services https://chicago.taleo.net/careersection/100/jobdetail.ftl?lang=en&job=350538
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Visiting Research Project Manager
University of Illinois at Chicago The Visiting Research Project Manager is primarily responsible for the oversight and execution of goals, tasks, and milestones for all components of the Post-Acute Sequelae of SARS-CoV-2 infection (PASC) study at UIC. This position will oversee timelines and deliverables for the Administrative Hub, Clinical Coordinating Hub, Community Engagement – Community Healthworker Hub, the Participant Communication Hub, and the Integration, Informatics, Data Management, and Analysis Hub. In addition, this position oversees subcontracting and deliverables for 10-14 subcontracted clinical sites, work with the Steering Committee, and communicates with the NIH and prime organization to maintain communications, ensure appropriate and timely reporting as well as adjust protocols and procedures as required. This requires intricate planning to ensure the appropriate sequencing and timing of tasks, complex coordination of diverse teams, resource management, and effective problem solving to ensure timely completion of projects. The position also requires the ability to deftly assess a situation and develop plans or solutions to address the need. This may include development of materials to guide challenging conversations, workflow mapping for process improvement, analysis of technical system requirements, application of research knowledge for study design, coaching team members, re-delegation of tasks and the general ability to change directions quickly and effectively.
Manager of Development Operations and Research
Chicago Architecture Center The Chicago Architecture Center is a nonprofit cultural organization with tours, exhibitions, programs, and events for all ages. Our mission is to inspire people to discover why design matters. The CAC is the leading organization devoted to celebrating and promoting Chicago as a center of architectural innovation. As Chicago's forum for the exchange of ideas on urban design, CAC inspires people to participate in the building of vibrant communities and to demand the highest standard in urban design.
The Manager of Development Operations and Research ensures accuracy, integrity and efficiency of Tessitura database, manages gift processing and coordinates acknowledgement process with gift officers; provides data segmentation to inform fundraising strategies, performs prospect research, manages monthly reconciliation process with Accounting.
Human Resources Manager
Women’s Business Development Center The Human Resources Manager leads and manages our human resources department and reports to the Financial Operations Controller.
Responsibilities Lead the WBDC’s human resources department, including hiring, promotions, onboarding, departures, and annual reviews processes Evaluate and implement strategies that enhance the WBDC’s HR policies, programs, and practices Ensure legal compliance by monitoring and implementing applicable HR federal and state requirements, maintaining records, and representing the organization. Oversee payroll management, employee benefits management, and administration Collaborate with the WBDC Leadership Team to execute a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Plan Manage relationships with key third-party human resources vendors and renegotiate service contracts Develop training and professional development opportunities for staff to further their skills and interests Manage related internal and external conflict and measure risks associated with organization decision making Develop relationships with recruiters, universities, related nonprofits, and partners to further opportunities for open positions and advanced workflows within the WBDC Stay current in technology and collaborate with the team to drive creativity and innovation within our technology infrastructure
Qualifications 5+ years of HR work experience Excellent written and verbal communication skills Organization skills and ability to manage and meet multiple deadlines BA or BS degree with human resources focus Highly proficient in Microsoft Office Suite Passionate about women’s issues and economic development
We offer competitive benefits and potential with a growing mission-focused organization. Benefits include a flexible schedule, health insurance, dental insurance, vision insurance, short-term and long-term disability insurance, long-term care, life insurance, and a 401(k) plan with matching benefits. Salary $55,000 - $65,000 based on experience.
Consultant - Strategic Partnerships
Women’s Business Development Center The Consultant - Strategic Partnerships is a contract position reporting to the Managing Director of Program Innovations.
RESPONSIBILITIES: · · Identify, grow and strengthen relationships with corporate, educational, community, and government channels · Play an active role in developing collaborative programs, analyzing goals, creating plans, and then driving team members, external stakeholders, subject matter experts, and others to achieve those goals. · Collect data from multiple sources, including clients, partners, and internal teams, and compile it into an actionable format. · Track key performance indicators to help support the project and ensure project success. · Write proposals and grants to secure partnerships and funding for strategic alliances · Identify partnership opportunities with key influencers that can be leveraged across state and regional markets · Conduct and participate in meetings, and serve on corporate and community boards, committees, and projects · Engage in community outreach and networking to maximize program participation and impact · Represent WBDC at various trade shows and special events
QUALIFICATIONS: • Experienced professional with 4-6 years of progressively responsible business experience • Established network of community and corporate connections within the Greater Chicagoland area preferred • Self-motivation and discipline to regularly set and achieve work goals • Comfort in a fast-paced, multi-disciplinary environment • Experience initiating and building highly collaborative relationships with corporate and community representatives • Strong organization skills with the ability to manage priorities and deadlines • Project management skills, including problem-solving and ability to work with diverse teams with a passion for women’s economic development
Commensurate with experience.
Accounting and Administrative Assistant
Women Employed Women Employed is seeking a highly organized, detail-orientated individual for our Accounting and Administrative Assistant position. This individual reports to the Senior Director of Finance and Administration and will support the work of Women Employed as a member of the Administrative Team. Your role is to ensure the efficient entry of accounting information and assist with office and administration functions of the organization. This role is collaborative, and the person in it will work across teams on events, initiatives, and special projects. It’s a dynamic position with an opportunity for growth and for new ideas.
This is a full-time position spending 2-3 days per week at WE’s downtown office and the remainder of the week working remotely. Starting salary is $39,400 per year. In addition, Women Employed offers competitive benefits including health insurance, life insurance, retirement plans, flexible schedules, and more. E-mail resume with cover letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Resumes without cover letters will not be considered. No telephone inquiries accepted. Women Employed is an equal opportunity employer.
Marketing and Engagement Coordinator
Women Employed The Marketing and Engagement Coordinator helps build WE’s reputation and position us as an expert on our issues by collaborating on all facets of the organization’s marketing, engagement, and communications strategies. The person in this role leads media outreach and the cultivation of media relationships and helps prepare staff members for media and event appearances. They will coordinate WE’s social media channels and make updates to the website, working with the Director of Marketing and Engagement and other key staff to develop engaging, creative, issue-driven content and helping to shape strategy to build and connect with our audience. They may represent Women Employed at events, meetings, and on working groups, and will build relationships on behalf of the organization.
This role is collaborative, and the person in it will work across teams on organizational campaigns, events, initiatives, and special projects. It’s a dynamic position with a great deal of opportunity for growth and for new ideas.
This is a full-time, exempt position Women Employed’s office is located in downtown Chicago and WE is currently employing a hybrid in-office/remote model. Staff are able to work primarily remotely with some days in the office depending on meeting or work requirements. Starting salary is $44,200 per year. In addition, Women Employed offers competitive benefits including health insurance, life insurance, retirement plans, flexible schedules, and more.
Senior Coalition Manager
Women Employed The Senior Coalition Manager, a new position, will build on WE’s strong track record of championing changes that advance equity for women in the workforce through effective relationships and coalitions. WE recently unveiled a bold, impactful strategic plan with the goal of building women’s economic power and closing the wealth gap at the intersection of race and gender; the Senior Coalition Manager is key to that goal. WE is seeking an experienced relationship-builder and advocate who can develop and advance a comprehensive strategy to build, activate and engage new and existing statewide coalitions in pursuit of specific policy and public education goals.
The Senior Coalition Manager will be a member of the Policy and Organizational Impact team, working closely with the Associate Director of Policy on advancing advocacy campaigns, primarily at the statewide level. The Senior Coalition Manager will, in collaboration with other Policy and Organizational Impact and Marketing and Engagement team members, coordinate public education, advocacy, policy analysis, and campaign strategy efforts. A key area of responsibility will be launching the Women’s Economic Power Coalition, which will be an umbrella effort under which both active and newly formed issue-specific coalitions and projects will be housed.
This is a full-time, exempt position and starting salary is $60,000 per year. In addition, Women Employed offers competitive benefits including health insurance, life insurance, retirement plans, flexible schedules, and more.
Director of Immigration Legal Services
HANA Center The Director of Immigration Legal Services will be responsible for leading HANA’s immigration and legal services team, which serves low-income, multiethnic immigrants in Chicago and the northwest suburbs. The Director oversees program outreach, development, and administration, supervises staff and case management, and provides direct legal services to eligible community members. Read more and apply at: https://hanacenter.org/1012-director-of-immigration-legal-services.
Program Manager, National Center for Women’s Equity in Apprenticeship and Employment
Chicago Women in Trades Chicago Women in Trades (CWIT) is a non-profit membership organization that provides support and advocacy for women working in or seeking employment in construction and other traditionally maledominated jobs. Through education, preparatory training, and support and policy programs our staff and members work to increase employment opportunities and improve working conditions for women in these fields. Through its National Center for Women’s Equity in Apprenticeship and Employment, CWIT manages national technical assistance and policy initiatives designed to advance women’s opportunities in male-dominated blue-collar occupations through customized guidance, advocacy and organizing. More info on the Center can be found at: Job Title: Position Description: This position, working collaboratively with the National Center team, is responsible for management of multi-state technical assistance initiatives designed to build the capacity of apprenticeship programs and other stakeholders to recruit and retain women in construction, manufacturing and transportation occupations. Key responsibilities include management of grant deliverables/resources; development and marketing of web and print resources, and event planning and coordination.
EarthCorps The Executive Director (ED) is responsible for fulfilling EarthCorps’ mission by providing leadership and direction to all areas of the operation. The ED supervises the organization and oversees program development and evaluation, operations, finance, fundraising, and public relations. The Executive Director also ensures compliance with all government regulations and works with the Board of Directors to both provide direction to the organization and secure resources.
Laughing Gull Foundation The Laughing Gull Foundation’s (LGF) Board of Directors seeks an Executive Director who is an energetic and empathetic leader to guide and manage the next chapter of LGF’s impact. Laughing Gull’s next Executive Director will work out of our newly built-out offices in downtown Durham, North Carolina. They will be a strong internal manager and external organizer. The successful candidate will utilize their high-level leadership, emotional intelligence, and management skills to lead LGF in advancing justice in the South.
Workforce Solutions Specialist
Easterseals Overview The Workforce Solutions Specialist provides direct services to the Senior Community Service Employment Program participants in conjunction with partnering agencies, adhering to Easterseals, Inc. and Department of Labor guidelines.
Responsibilities Workforce Solutions duties and outreach:
Market, recruit and promote to potential employers the benefits and employment supportive services provided by Easterseals including addressing employee’s special needs.
Make appropriate employment referrals based on participant qualifications and conducts necessary follow-up with participants once employment is secured.
Conducts intensive marketing and job development activities to secure placements, including informational interviews, cold calling, letters, presentations, business networking, etc.
Recruits program participants and Host Agency training sites; matches participants to Host Agency training sites based upon participant needs, interests, and abilities; Conducts eligibility interviews for SCSEP program applicants and determines eligibility using Department of Labor guidelines.
Identifies individual barriers to employment, maintains and updates knowledge of community providers and services offered, and makes appropriate referrals; Conducts or oversees a formal orientation for new participants as needed.
Develops and maintains appropriate participant files, database information and reports required by Easterseals, Inc. and the Department of Labor; Manages and ensures confidentiality of all files and records, maintaining compliance with the organization’s guidelines, policies, and Department of Labor regulations.
Community Collaboration Initiatives:
Stays informed of community, agency, and program information through inter-office communications, attendance at staff meetings, participation in professional development activities and other community networking events.
Markets Easterseals and SCSEP to the community
Partnership for College Completion The Partnership for College Completion (PCC) seeks an exceptional leader to serve as the Managing Director, a senior member of the organization’s executive team.
The PCC is a nonprofit organization founded in 2016 to champion policies and practices that increase college completion and eliminate degree completion disparities for low-income, first generation, and students of color in Illinois - particularly Black and Latinx students. PCC envisions a state where equitable opportunities to access and complete a college education lead to greater degree attainment, racial equity and socioeconomic mobility for Illinoisans.
With its vision for system-level reform and institutional change, the PCC executes a three-part strategy in pursuit of its goals: • Supporting colleges directly in their change efforts (college and university partnerships) • Advocating for effective local, state, and national legislation & policy (public policy) • Increasing public dialogue on college outcomes (public awareness)
The Managing Director will serve as both the primary manager of the team, leading internal projects and initiatives, as well as serve as an external representative of the organization to elected officials, college and university leaders, Board and investors, and other organizational partners. The Managing Director will possess both big picture vision and the attention to detail necessary to execute on the organization's existing strong foundation of relationships and policy and programmatic initiatives.
Reporting to the Executive Director, the Managing Director supervises and works collaboratively with the rest of the PCC leadership team of Senior Managers in Policy, Communications, and Partnerships to execute on PCC’s ambitious goal to eliminate disparities in degree completion across racial and socioeconomic lines. The Managing Director will serve as a significant voice in shaping the overall direction of the organization consistent with the priorities of ED and Board.
Director of Programs
Imagine Englewood if… Purpose of Position: Responsible for developing the overall programming strategy for IEi and oversees the planning and implementation of all programming and activities for youth and families. The Director will ensure that programming is in alignment with the mission of the organization and responsive to the needs of the community. Manages between two and six youth program coordinators and interns.
Qaulified applicants can apply via Indeed or send cover letter and resume to email@example.com with "Director of Programs" in the subject line.