Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of MNA 2021 Virtual Conference: TRACTION
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Montana Nonprofit Association The MNA Operations Administrator is a customer service and team-oriented person who often serves as the face of MNA, providing crucial support to MNA members and staff. This position is responsible for all aspects of office management, administrative & program support, and limited human resources and finance support. The position requires superb organizational skills, excellent self-motivation, attention to detail every day, and someone who enjoys problem solving and helping others succeed.
The Improve Group Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. (Other duties may be assigned.)
1. Manage a portfolio of client projects (primarily evaluation projects within nonprofit, foundation and public sector entities) 2. Enhance The Improve Group practice that continues to evolve and adapt 3. Represent The Improve Group positively in social and professional networks, and among former and existing clients and partners
The Improve Group 1. Utilize research skills to support client projects 2. Collaborate with project teams to ensure on time and accurate completion of work product 3. Represent the Improve Group positively in professional networks and among former and existing clients
Qualifications: This position requires curiosity, a learning mindset, an affinity for data, and the ability to communicate clearly. These skills and traits can be demonstrated through professional and educational experiences. Experiences with quantitative and qualitative analysis and/or social science research gained in an academic or professional setting are core qualifications. A well-qualified candidate will bring four to five years of relevant work in an academic and/or applied setting.
Development and Communications Manager
The Montana Racial Equity Project Salary: $55,000 to $60,000 per year, DOE, full time, nonexempt Benefits: Health benefit package, 3% employer retirement match, flexible work schedule, generous paid and sick time off Location: Bozeman, MT (remote may be possible)
This employee will increase MTREP’s visibility and engagement with donors, partners, community members, and interested parties. Additionally, this employee will raise both targeted and unrestricted funds from individuals, foundations, groups, companies and corporations, and other entities as befits our mission. The successful Development and Communications Manager is ready for the challenge of increasing unrestricted funds raised from individuals to fill the gaps of public funding sources, support new initiatives, and grow MTREP’s capacity. See link for more information and how to apply.
EasterSeals-Goodwill Northern Rocky Mountain The Easterseals-Goodwill Finance team looking for a Controller to oversee accounting operations in our four-state territory and the 22 retail locations and five different program service lines that Easterseals-Goodwill offers.
This position is responsible for planning, directing and administering the day-to-day accounting and treasury functions in accordance with the organization’s Mission, Vision, and Values. Oversees the organization’s Accounting Department operations, which include accounts payable, payroll, fixed assets and general ledger functions. Manages the monthly financial statement preparation for ESGW and coordination of all financial audits. Works in conjunction with the Payroll department to ensure timely payments to employees and filing of all payroll and 401k reports. Responsible for assessing current accounting operations, and leading the team and organization through process improvement initiatives. Maintains a strong system of internal control to safeguard the organization’s property while adhering to Board policies. Manages the annual budgeting process and monitors company performance against budget. Works cross-functionally with ESGW leadership to determine and meet their reporting and analytic needs. Promotes a culture of integrity, teamwork, and customer service within the department. This position reports to the Assistant VP of Finance.
This position is primarily located in Great Falls Montana
Yellowstone Field Instructor
Ecology Project International Field instructors in the Ecology Project International (EPI) Yellowstone Program teach five- to nine-day field ecology courses for middle and high school students in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Our programs introduce students to real-world scientific study, engage them in conservation service projects, and raise their cultural and ecological awareness.
During Yellowstone winter and summer courses, students work with research partners (e.g., National Park Service) to collect data for wildlife research projects. Participants in our summer program also engage in a hands-on conservation service project with partners like B Bar Ranch or National Parks Conservation Association. Additionally, there is time dedicated to observing wildlife and experiencing Yellowstone’s unique geology, playing in the snow (winter), and whitewater rafting (summer). Field instructors guide student exploration via relevant ecology and scientific process lessons while engaging them in the practice of Leave No Trace and taking advantage of teachable moments.
Yellowstone Assistant Field Instructor
Ecology Project International Ecology Project International (EPI) is hiring assistant field instructors to help deliver five- to nine-day field winter ecology courses for middle and high school students in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem (late December through April). Upon successful completion of a winter season, assistant instructors will be considered for a position as a field instructor for our summer wildlife ecology programs (May through August).
Our programs introduce students to real-world scientific study, engage them in conservation service projects, and raise their cultural and ecological awareness. During Yellowstone winter and summer courses, students work with research partners (e.g., National Park Service) to collect data for wildlife research projects. Participants in our summer program also participate in a hands-on conservation service project with partners like B Bar Ranch or National Parks Conservation Association. Additionally, there is time dedicated to observing wildlife and experiencing Yellowstone’s unique geology, playing in the snow (winter), and whitewater rafting (summer). Field staff guide student exploration via relevant ecology and scientific process lessons while engaging them in the practice of Leave No Trace and taking advantage of teachable moments.
As a member of a three-person field team, assistant instructors guide students in the preparation of meals in the field, maintain EPI field equipment, transport participants, lead students in leadership games/activities, and support field instructors in delivering curriculum. As the season progresses, assistant instructors will deliver increasingly complex ecology and science curriculum to students.
The Traveling School We are looking for a motivated and enthusiastic human to join our team! As the Admissions Head, this position cultivates interest and engagement with student applicants, oversees the admissions process, supports student enrollment and supervises Recruiting & Marketing Coordinator. This position works also closely with the Academic Dean & Program Director and Recruiting & Marketing Coordinator.
To apply, submit a cover letter, resume and four (4) professional references to email@example.com
Finance & HR Director
United Way of Yellowstone County United Way of Yellowstone County (UWYC) is seeking a Finance & HR Director to join our team. While overseeing the overall accounting process, the position is also responsible for grant management, Human Resources, and administration. This person plays a key role in implementing financial procedures and fiscal strategy to improve and maintain the financial health of the organization.
UWYC offers a competitive salary, as well as, a generous benefit package; including a retirement match after one year of service.
Hiring Salary Range: $53,000-$59,000 DOE.
Interested applicants should submit a resume, cover letter and three references via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org by October 15, using Finance & HR Director in the subject line.
United Way of Yellowstone County United Way of Yellowstone County (UWYC) is seeking a Gift Administrator & Accounting Coordinator to join our team. Under the direction of the Finance & HR Director, the Gift Administrator & Accounting Coordinator manages the database software to ensure data integrity; ensures the record keeping, processing, and reporting for all donations and volunteer activities with donation software; and performs payroll processing, accounts receivable, and accounts payable duties.
UWYC offers a competitive salary, as well as, a generous benefit package, including a retirement match after one year of service.
Hiring Salary Range: $38,000-$42,000 DOE.
Interested applicants should submit a resume, cover letter and three references via email to: email@example.com by October 15, using Gift Administrator & Accounting Coordinator in the subject line.
United Way of Yellowstone County United Way of Yellowstone County (UWYC) is seeking an Engagement Coordinator to join our team. The chosen candidate provides administrative oversight and logistical and coordination support to ensure success of strategies, projects, activities and programs designed to: • Inspire, mobilize and engage volunteers to improve lives and create positive community change • Achieve volunteer engagement and Volunteer Center objectives in support of the United Way of Yellowstone County’s strategic plan and impact agenda.
UWYC offers a competitive salary, as well as a generous benefit package; including a retirement match after one year of service. Hiring Salary Range: $38,000-$42,000 DOE.
Interested applicants should submit a resume, cover letter and three references via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org by October 15, using Engagement Coordinator in the subject line.
Montana Campus Compact Support the administration and compliance of a Federal AmeriCorps grant. Position will be posted on the University of Montana jobs site soon!
Development Officer - Special Events and Community Outreach
Intermountain This position is in charge of guiding a comprehensive fundraising program by working with donors, volunteers, and prospects to raise funds to support the mission and vision of Intermountain through a multitude of events. These events vary in both scope and size, but all are important!
The Development Officer (DO) assumes primary responsibility for selected community outreach projects and personally identifies, cultivates, solicits, and stewards donors and prospects in accordance with goals set by the Development Team. The DO takes on leadership in creating and directing successful fundraising opportunities for building relationships via well thought out events and outreach opportunities.
The DO models leadership with integrity and accountability and effectively collaborates with the Development Team in the realization of its potential to add to and grow its base of support. This position has a high degree of exposure and interface with Intermountain’s supporters and effectively represents the mission and philosophy to secure funds to fulfill department goals.
Direct Services Advocate - Stillwater County
Domestic and Sexual Violence Services Our Stillwater Advocate is a pivotal contributor to our advocacy team, providing direct services and support to our clients while building DSVS presence and relationships within Stillwater County. The Stillwater Advocate works primarily from our office in Columbus, Montana, with regular trips and virtual meetings to stay connected to staff and supervisors in our Red Lodge office. As a DSVS advocate, your daily work will directly serve to empower those in our community impacted by violence. For a complete job description with salary range and benefits please go to www.dsvsmontana.org