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Volunteer Training Specialist
Girl Scouts River Valleys
The Volunteer Training Specialist will design, build and support delivery of a comprehensive suite of engaging, relevant, and effective training modules and resources for external volunteer audiences across various topic areas. The specialist will work within an annual training calendar which supports a progressive training model for volunteer learners. The specialist will serve as a staff liaison to volunteer facilitators.
Link: https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=90904&clientkey=E5F915FC6E919CB4D5B81474BE50876C
Development Director
Gilda's Club Twin Cities
Reports To: Executive Director

Job Type: Full-time; benefits eligible

Location: Twin Cities Metro; virtual flexibility

Supervises: Volunteers as needed

Organizational Summary

Gilda’s Club Twin Cities (GCTC) is a place where people currently impacted by cancer gather, connect, and learn. GCTC provides social and emotional support through its free one-of-a-kind, evidence based, five-part program.


An independent and locally funded affiliate of the worldwide Cancer Support Community. GCTC provides support, education, healthy lifestyle, social opportunities and information & referral to all who are currently impacted by cancer, those with cancer and those who care for (and about) them. All GCTC programs are provided free of charge in our Minneapolis clubhouse and statewide via HIPPA-compliant platform, Zoom.


Position Summary

Do you thrive on building relationships and resource/fund development?
Do you love to work with highly talented people who share a passion for serving others?
Are you eager to add-value, challenge the status quo and think broadly about growth opportunities?
Are you passionate about helping those impacted by cancer find a community of support?

The ideal candidate for the Development Director (DD) position will be a highly self-motivated, ambitious, relationship builder who is hungry for their next challenge and likes to diligently work alongside a like-minded, purpose-driven Team. The successful candidate knows how to lead a comprehensive fundraising program. The DD must be able to build healthy relationships and partnerships with a high degree of follow through, communication and trust. This role is also accountable for accurate and timely data gathering, analysis and management. This individual thrives on building trusted relationships, and has a strong track record of creating sustainable revenue. The DD will understand the GCTC vision and translate key objectives for the organization into actionable fundraising efforts.
Link: https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/view/3627778458/?refId=i8NSiMZFmPU5uHKuBGKP0g%3D%3D&trackingId=i8NSiMZFmPU5uHKuBGKP0g%3D%3D
Development Associate
Gilda's Club Twin Cities
Reports To: Executive Director

Job Type: Full-time; benefits eligible

Location: Twin Cities Metro; virtual flexibility

Supervises: Volunteers as needed

Position Summary

We are seeking a dedicated and motivated Development Associate to join our organization and assist in fundraising efforts. As a Development Associate, your main objective will be to generate donations to support GCTC’s mission. To achieve this, you will employ various strategies and techniques. This role will involve engaging with potential and existing donors, coordinating events to attract new supporters, and implementing campaigns to increase fundraising efforts.
Link: https://www.gildasclubtwincities.org/who-we-are/careers/
Los Angeles Volunteer Coordinator
The Phoenix
You have a talent for volunteer engagement, excellent time management skills, and a knack for building strong relationships. You enjoy recruiting mission-aligned volunteers and supporting them to be a part of successful events and programs. You are passionate about recovery from substance use disorder and believe in the power of community. You care about helping to reduce the stigmas around living sober. If this sounds like you, keep reading.


This position will focus on recruiting, training, and retaining a robust network of volunteers who will lead activities such as CrossFit, yoga, kickboxing, book clubs, and socials. The ideal candidate will be extremely detail-oriented, comfortable with public speaking, and an excellent verbal and written communicator. If you’re excited about working in a dynamic, creative, and fast-paced environment that promotes personal and professional growth, we want to talk to you!




KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

Recruit motivated, mission-driven volunteers with a diverse array of backgrounds and skillsets
Onboard volunteers and facilitate their programs and passions
Continue to train, lead, encourage, and grow volunteers in their endeavors
Proactively strategize and implement better systems and structures for working with volunteers in the area
Collaborate with the regional volunteer engagement team to implement volunteer best practices
Commute regularly for events and outreach
Work evening and weekend hours as needed
Complete other duties as assigned

Link: www.ThePhoenix.org/careers
Boston Regional Manager
The Phoenix
You have a talent for people management, as well as experience with strategic oversight of programs at scale and executing national priorities on a regional level. You live in Boston and have a deep understanding of New England, including needs, resources and the diverse community within the region. You’re passionate about recovery from substance use disorder and believe in the power of community. You care about helping to reduce the stigma around living sober. If this sounds like you, keep reading.

This position will focus on program management and talent supervision at our Boston facility and remote sites across New England. The ideal candidate will have experience leading strategic implementations, overseeing community partnerships, and supporting fundraising teams in relationship management and grant execution/reporting. Tracking and analyzing program data will be a critical element of this role. If you’re exciting about working in a dynamic, creative, and fast-paced environment that promotes personal and professional growth, we want to talk with you!


KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

Manage New England Team
Engage in frequent stakeholder communications, initiating and maintaining partnerships with stakeholders at all levels
Effectively supervise and mentor the New England staff, focusing on programmatic goals and professional growth in a collaborative environment
Oversee general daily administrative needs and tasks of the Boston facility and monitor program standards across the New England Phoenix chapters
Lead the New England team in creating and meeting quarterly programmatic goals
Lead presentations for outreach and partnership development
Ensure all events in the region (fitness, boxing, socials, etc.) are safe, supportive and nurturing and empower the team to constantly improve event performance
Complete other duties as assigned

Link: www.ThePhoenix.org/careers/
Director, Gender, Sexuality, and Identity (GSI) Program
Amnesty International USA
The Director of the Gender, Sexuality, and Identity (GSI) Program leads the organization’s efforts within the United States to make impact on women’s rights, LGBTQI+ rights, and sexual and reproductive rights. This Director also manages our work on Indigenous Peoples’ Rights with an emphasis on sexual violence against Indigenous women in the USA. The GSI Program Director will create and implement a program strategy with stakeholders to make human rights impact and help achieve organizational goals through advocacy, coalition building, grassroots activism, and other effective tactics. The GSI Program Director will serve as AIUSA’s expert and spokesperson on issues covered by the program; create effective grassroots actions and materials to engage the public; influence state, federal, and multilateral officials and others; and oversee an annual work plan and budget. The program’s current focus areas are: defending the right to abortion in the USA, ending sexual violence against Indigenous women in the USA, and ending gender-based violence (GBV) in US foreign policy.

$91,256.00 - $118,515.00 Salary
Link: https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=47000&clientkey=FACBA214DB8B6B051E8C6DC04E56D67A
Director of Racial Justice
Amnesty International USA
The Director of Racial Justice is a newly-created position at AIUSA, and will manage a distinct portfolio of work to further the goals of Outcome 4 of our Strategic Framework, specifically, the adoption and protection of “critical anti-racism and racial justice laws and policies at the local, state, and federal levels that strengthen security and political and economic rights to advance transformative justice for BIPOC individuals and communities in the United States.” This position requires an experienced leader with an extensive background in racial justice work in the human rights and/or social justice sectors who will lead AIUSA’s racial justice work on domestic and international human rights issues.

This role is a union position and covered by the Collective Bargaining Agreement with the Communication Workers of America (CWA), Local 1180.

$91,256.00 - $118,515.00 Salary
Link: https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=46483&clientkey=FACBA214DB8B6B051E8C6DC04E56D67A
Grassroots Leadership & Engagement (GLE) Coordinator
Amnesty International USA
The Grassroots Leadership & Engagement (GLE) Coordinator provides critical strategic to grassroots movement building. The GLE Coordinator is responsible for data management, member communications, and material support for AIUSA’s Community and Youth & Student Programs. The ideal candidate is organized and detail-oriented, and comfortable working collaboratively with staff and AIUSA members. This role is a union position and covered by the Collective Bargaining Agreement with the Communication Workers of America (CWA), Local 1180.

$58,944.00 - $73,680.00 Salary
Link: https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=46493&clientkey=FACBA214DB8B6B051E8C6DC04E56D67A
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