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Controller
Legal Action of Wisconsin
SUMMARY: By assisting the CFO in providing timely and accurate financial information to the firm, and with a deep knowledge of accounting, the Controller is a key member of Legal Action’s administration function. The Controller is a confidential position and a member of the management team. It is also FLSA-exempt and is full-time.

Please click on the link to see the full job description and how to apply.
Link: https://www.jobsthathelp.com/job/legal-action-of-wisconsin-inc-green-bay-la-crosse-racine-madison-milwaukee-or-oshkosh-controller-oct/
Advocacy Manager
Gathering Waters
Come work at Gathering Waters! We are seeking an Advocacy Manager to strengthen our successful public policy work in support of land conservation in Wisconsin. You will work with the passionate and dedicated team at Gathering Waters and conservation partners across the state to educate elected officials and their constituents about the vital importance of public funding to support land conservation efforts.

Please click on the link to see the full job description and how to apply!
Link: https://www.jobsthathelp.com/job/gathering-waters-madison-wi-advocacy-manager-oct/
Wisconsin Patch Program Manager
Wisconsin PATCH
PROGRAM OVERVIEW: PATCH stands for Providers and Teens Communicating for Health. As an innovative, youth-driven program, we educate, engage, and empower youth to help create positive change. We work directly with young people to ensure youth voice is included in decisions that affect young people, to improve adolescent health care quality, and to improve the overall health and well-being of their generation.

POSITION DESCRIPTION: The Wisconsin PATCH Program Manager is responsible for ensuring our statewide team of PATCH Coordinators are well-supported in local program implementation, connected as a cohort, and effectively achieving program goals and outcomes. They are a people person, passionate about fostering team dynamics and building organizational capacity. They bring experience as a successful supervisor and manager and are direct, intentional, and gracious in their communication and professional relationships. They are incredibly organized with strong attention to detail. They handle many moving parts with ease. This person values and prioritizes the culture of PATCH, and cares deeply about the impact we are making.

Please click on the link to see the full job description and how to apply!
Link: https://www.jobsthathelp.com/job/patch-program-wisconsin-patch-program-manager-oct/
Wisconsin Patch Adolescent Health Partnership Coordinator
Wisconsin PATCH
PROGRAM OVERVIEW: PATCH stands for Providers and Teens Communicating for Health. As an innovative, youth-driven program, we educate, engage, and empower youth to help create positive change. We work directly with young people to ensure youth voice is included in decisions that affect young people, to improve adolescent health care quality, and to improve the overall health and well-being of their generation.

POSITION DESCRIPTION: The Adolescent Health Partnership Coordinator is dedicated to improving adolescent health outcomes by fostering diverse, meaningful, and sustained partnerships across Wisconsin. They work to align cross-sector adolescent health efforts centered on equity by fostering authentic relationships, weaving strong connections, and ensuring information and opportunities flow seamlessly among partners. They have a knack for seeing the bigger picture and finding important points where things come together. With a pulse on Wisconsin’s every-changing adolescent health landscape, this person strategically connects various stakeholders including government agencies, non-profit organizations, health care providers, educators, parents, and adolescents themselves, to magnify impact in a myriad of ways. They are committed to PATCH’s mission of working alongside and in true partnership with youth and ensure youth voices and perspectives are included in all efforts that serve them.

Please click on the link to see the full job description and how to apply!
Link: https://www.jobsthathelp.com/job/patch-program-wisconsin-wisconsin-patch-adolescent-health-partnership-coordinator-oct/
Grant Coordinator 2
End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin
SUMMARY: End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin is seeking a full-time, exempt Grants Coordinator position. This position, under the supervision of the Associate Director of Finance, will be responsible for grants compliance, administration, and reporting for more than 20 funding streams. We are looking for a grant administrator with 2-5 years of experience and familiarity with government and/or private funders. The Grants Coordinator must have the ability to work under deadlines, in a team environment, with minimal supervision and with diverse populations. Extensive software skills and sensitivity to confidential matters are required.

Please click on the link to see the full job description and how to apply!
Link: https://www.jobsthathelp.com/job/end-domestic-abuse-wisconsin-mostly-remote-madison-wi-based-grant-coordinator-2-oct/
Senior Salesforce Administrator
Wisconsin Foundation and Alumni Association
The Wisconsin Foundation and Alumni Association (WFAA)*, the private fundraising and alumni relations organization for UW-Madison, is recruiting for a Senior Salesforce Administrator to join our Advancement Services Team! The Senior Salesforce CRM Administrator contributes to the success of the CRM eco-system by performing configurations, support, maintenance, and enhancement of the Salesforce environment. The administrator works collaboratively across teams to identify, develop, test, and deploy Salesforce related solutions that enhance business processes, improve user experience, and drive overall efficiency.

Please click on the link to see the full job description and how to apply!
Link: https://www.jobsthathelp.com/job/wisconsin-foundation-and-alumni-association-wfaa-madison-wi-senior-salesforce-administrator-oct/
Volunteer Coordinator
Olbrich Botanical Society
Olbrich Botanical Gardens is home to 16 acres of outdoor display gardens, a 10,000 square foot tropical conservatory, and a LEED Platinum Learning Center. The award-winning outdoor gardens include 10 unique specialty gardens. Indoors, the tropical Bolz Conservatory exhibits an extraordinary collection of exotic plants and orchids complemented by colorful birds and koi. Olbrich is committed to a culture of sustainability and education so that everyone - including future generations - can experience and learn about the fascinating world of plants and gardens. Olbrich Botanical Gardens is operated through a public/private partnership between the City of Madison and OBS, the non-profit organization that raises over $3 million each year to support the daily operation of the Gardens.
The gardens grow through volunteers. Volunteers contribute their time and talents to nearly every aspect of Olbrich Botanical Gardens. On average, there are 600 annual volunteers who contribute over 25,000 hours. Volunteers enjoy their time at Olbrich Botanical Gardens, with a retention rate of 90%. Every day of the week, there are volunteers working both behind the scenes and up front, providing valuable guest services. In addition, volunteers are one of our strongest financial supporters of the Gardens. Volunteers are a part of the Olbrich family.
Olbrich Botanical Gardens aspires to be a destination where all visitors, volunteers, and staff are valued and feel they belong. With conscious intent and continuous learning, Olbrich Botanical Gardens’ staff, volunteers, and board will address barriers to inclusion through education, operational changes, and partnerships with the community.
Link: https://www.olbrich.org/careers
Seasonal Guest Service Associate
Olbrich Botanical Society
Olbrich Botanical Gardens seeks 2-4 part-time, seasonal Guest Services Associates to support guest relations during the Gardens’ annual Holiday Express Train Show. The Guest Service Associate provides outstanding customer service to all guests on-site, over the phone, and via email. This position helps facilitate daily operations in the lobby. Guest Service Associates provide guests with information for their visits, addresses their concerns, answers any questions, and completes sales transactions. This position also assists in communicating and implementing the Gardens’ etiquette policies. Ideal candidates have experience in customer service, and a desire/ability to work with the general public.
Link: https://www.olbrich.org/careers
Director of Development
Rooted & Rising - Washington Park
Position Type: Full-time

Compensation: $70,000-80,000 base annual salary, experience and qualifications considered

Reports to: Executive Director

Overview

Established in 1962, Rooted & Rising has a deep commitment to and long-standing presence in Milwaukee’s Washington Park neighborhood, where it has provided a wide range of social service programs and assistance to individuals and families, including supportive housing, community organizing, emergency food resources, social work and childcare.

With the supervision and support of the Executive Director, the Director of Development is responsible for leading the design and execution of the agency’s fundraising strategy, including the cultivation and management of institutional and individual donor relationships. This is a senior-level position that works closely with the Executive Director and other senior staff to market and promote the agency, nurture and build relationships, and identify and pursue new funding and partnership opportunities, all for the purpose of advancing the agency’s work, mission and impact at the community level.

Please click on the link to see the full job description and how to apply.
Link: https://www.jobsthathelp.com/job/rooted-rising-washington-park-milwaukee-wi-director-of-development-oct/
Director of Impact & Engagement
Kellogg PEAK Initiative
Organizational Mission: Our mission is to bring out the limitless potential in young leaders through extraordinary experiences and nurturing relationships.

Position Mission: Tell the PEAK story in a compelling way and lead the PEAK team in making data informed decisions to best serve youth, families, and the community.

REPORTING AND RELATIONSHIPS

The Director of Impact & Engagement reports to the Executive Director, serves as a member of the PEAK Leadership Team, and works cross-departmentally to support teams and all initiatives related to communications, marketing, data, and evaluation. Director of Impact & Engagement supervises the Impact & Engagement Manager, communications staff such as media interns and evaluations, communications and marketing contractors.

POSITION AVAILABILITY The Director of Impact & Engagement is a full-time, year-round, exempt position; the schedule will include occasional nights and weekends dependent upon season and programming. Due to the nature of PEAK programming, limited time off is granted in the summer months, to be compensated by organization shut-down weeks at the end of summer and prior to the New Year.

Must be comfortable traveling alone by organizational vehicle or personal vehicle between Milwaukee and Boscobel, WI as needed.

Please click on the link to see the full job description and how to apply.
Link: https://www.jobsthathelp.com/job/kellogg-peak-initiative-milwaukee-wi-director-of-impact-engagement-oct/
Executive Director
Mahala's Hope
Organization Overview

Mahala’s Hope is a nonprofit organization whose primary purpose is to assist women in recovery from substance abuse and trauma, which may include physical/sexual violence, childhood trauma and/or trauma stemming from their addictions. Primarily helping women (age 18 and older) after they have already received primary rehabilitation, Mahala’s Hope serves as a stepping-off point before they return to their communities with renewed confidence and can live independently. The on- site counselor helps them create individual treatment plans. Mahala’s Hope meets the specific needs of the clients and works with them to develop personalized strategies, always endeavoring to uncover and understand why they make the choices they make.

Position Overview

The esteemed leader and founder of Mahala’s Hope is preparing for her retirement. She remains immensely dedicated to the mission and will stay on with the organization through the search and into the future in a new role. Under the direction of the Board of Directors, the Executive Director (ED) assumes complete responsibility for carrying out assigned policies and regulations. The ED oversees and directs the overall management and day to day operations of Mahala’s Hope and provides an essential voice for the future. The ED has the authority to direct the implementation of Mahala’s Hope programs and services and is responsible for the management of all staff members and oversight of volunteers. The ED maintains high standards of ethics, honesty, and integrity in personal and professional relationships. The ED is ultimately responsible for making sure there is adequate funding and resources to carry out the mission.

Please click on the link to see the full job description and how to apply.
Link: https://www.jobsthathelp.com/job/mahalas-hope-eden-wi-executive-director-for-mahalas-hope-oct/
Development Manager
Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass
Noted as one of the top 5 glass museums in the United States, Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass is located on the shore of scenic Lake Winnebago in Neenah, Wisconsin. Accredited by American Alliance of Museums since 1974, the Museum provides extraordinary glass experiences to spark fun, kindle creativity and illuminate learning for all. It has over 5,000 works in its collection including the largest public paperweight collection in the world in addition to contemporary glass, Germanic vessels and Victorian glass baskets. The Museum has a thriving schedule of exhibitions and programs, teaches over 100 studio classes a year, and has a Museum Shop that features glass art from around the globe. The Museum is admission free. The museum seeks to build its team with staff who maintain our standards of integrity, excellence and dedication to our guests and mission.

The Development Manager is an important link to our public, our donors and our audiences. This is a fun and demanding role with high community visibility, and therefore, high integrity, responsibility and pursuit of excellence are essential along with the ability to work in a congenial and professional manner across the museum platform. The Development Manager will be responsible for planning a fundraising strategy and implementing it. Funding BMMOG’s vision, mission and strategic plan is primary. This role provides the support of museum operations by building a philanthropic giving program including cultivating a strong donor base, membership, sponsorship, and grants. Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass demonstrates core values that align with our mission to serve our visitors with warm friendly relationships, excellence, competence and integrity among others. The successful candidate will be personable and articulate to assist in funding all aspects of BMMOG’s operations.

Please click on the link to see the full job description and how to apply.
Link: https://www.jobsthathelp.com/job/bergstrom-mahler-museum-of-glass-neenah-wi-development-manager-oct/
Payroll and Accounts Payable Manager
UMOS
The Payroll and Accounts Payable Manager will supervise payroll and accounts payable activities. They will ensure that both payroll and accounts payable activity is timely, compliant, effective, and efficient related to processing, tax administration and system functionality. Ensuring both the payroll and accounts payable operations are operated in compliance with all related company policies and procedures and federal and state regulations; in addition to the Uniform Guidance 2 CFR requirements.

Starting Salary $72,916.00 to $94,696.00 Yearly | Depending on Experience.

Please click on the link to see the full job description and how to apply.
Link: https://www.jobsthathelp.com/job/umos-milwaukee-wi-payroll-and-accounts-payable-manager-oct/
Accounting Manager
Center for Community Stewardship
Learn more about this full time opportunity here: https://www.community-stewardship.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/10/C4CS-Accounting-Manager-11-23.pdf
Link: https://www.community-stewardship.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/10/C4CS-Accounting-Manager-11-23.pdf
Website copywriter
Tingalls Graphic Design
Our clients need help with their website copy! We’re looking to add an experienced copywriter to our team. We need a clever writer with some edge who can develop compelling copy to enhance our client’s messaging online.
Link: https://tingalls.com/careers/
Social Media & Client Relations Manager
Tingalls Graphic Design
Tingalls Graphic Design is seeking a dynamic, motivated individual with a flair for social media, office administration, and client relations. This multi-faceted role will serve as a key support figure in a fast-paced environment, ensuring effective communication with clients and keeping Tingalls top-of-mind with regular social media management.

If you are organized, a strong communicator, and enjoy the challenges of multitasking in a fun, creative office environment, this position is for you!
Link: https://tingalls.com/careers/
Program Services Coordinator II
Metropolitan Milwaukee Fair Housing Council
The Metropolitan Milwaukee Fair Housing Council (MMFHC) is seeking a Program Services Coordinator II to provide an array of fair housing services to persons residing in Dane County through its satellite office in Madison, Wisconsin. The mission of MMFHC is to promote fair housing throughout the State of Wisconsin by combating illegal housing discrimination, and by creating and maintaining racially and economically integrated housing patterns.

Working for MMFHC means being part of a present-day civil rights movement. MMFHC staff members help ensure that Wisconsin residents are have information about their fair housing rights, and that people who have experienced discrimination are empowered to pursue remedies.

The Program Services Coordinator II will staff a full-time position (40 hours per week) based in Madison, Wisconsin. Salary for this position is $45,000-$55,000, depending on experience and qualifications. The Program Services Coordinator II may work a hybrid schedule of in-person and remote work, subject to pre-approval by supervisor(s).

Please click on the link to see the full job description and how to apply.
Link: https://www.jobsthathelp.com/job/metropolitan-milwaukee-fair-housing-council-madison-wi-program-services-coordinator-ii-oct/
Wisconsin Nonprofit Opportunities on Jobs That Help
Nonprofits in Wisconsin
We currently have 100+ job openings (as well as internship and board position opportunities!) at many wonderful nonprofits in Wisconsin posted on Jobs That Help.

Check them out (link leads directly to our Job Listings) and help us spread the word about these terrific opportunities!
Link: https://www.jobsthathelp.com/job-listings/
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