Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of Step Up 2022: Moving Racial Equity Forward
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Edmonds Center for the Arts/Edmonds Public Facilities District The Staff Accountant is dedicated to managing the day-to-day finance activities of both Edmonds Public Facilities District and Edmonds Center for the Arts in collaboration with the Director of Finance & Operations. This position is responsible for all general accounting functions, cash management, grant accounting and compliance, maintenance of fiscal records, month and year end reconciliations and processes, and payroll processing. The Staff Accountant assists the Director of Operations & Finance in the development of the monthly financial reports, development of the annual budget and annual financial statements, and is a key role and contact for the District’s annual Washington State Audit.
The Staff Accountant has demonstrated experience in financial and business administration and stays up to date with changes in the governmental and nonprofit business landscapes. Like all employees at EPFD/ECA, the Staff Accountant must collaborate well with all team members and remain committed to EPFD/ECA’s mission, goals, and values, while contributing to their evolution.
A Staff Accountant at EPFD/ECA is committed to justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion, and strives to continuously reflect these values within both internal and external relationships. An EPFD/ECA Staff Accountant values a diverse team, is welcoming of different perspectives and approaches, and makes sure that their colleagues and partners feel valued and empowered.
YWCA Looking for a person that has degree/ life experience working with men & women experiencing long history of drug addiction, mental Health challenges, homelessness & removal of child from their home due to drug addiction. Patience, understanding, good boundaries, de-escalation work & knowledge in trauma informed care. History of Case Management experience & all known responsibilities in that field( client support, resource knowledge, 1 on 1 client meetings, case notes, etc) , Work safety knowledge, ability to work some nights & weekends, flexability. Check YWCA website for actual posting & email resume to email below.
HopeWorks VISTA Program Volunteers in Service to America (VISTA) members, ages 18 and older, perform capacity building activities, over a course of a year, through private non-profit organizations and public agencies. VISTA members address issues related to poverty, such as public health, education, the environment, public safety, and employment, by developing and mobilizing resources that create long-term sustainable benefits at a community level.
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Cocoon House The mission of Cocoon House is to empower young people, families, and the community to break the cycle of homelessness through outreach, housing and prevention. This mission supports the belief that every young person deserves a home and the opportunity to achieve their fullest potential. We accomplish this mission through our core values.
Donor Relations Manager
www.soundpathways.org Donor Relations Manager
The ideal candidate is a highly motivated, collaborative, organized, and strategic thinker that wants to grow and sustain Sound Pathways fundraising program and strategies.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities
Collaborate with the Board of Directors, Fundraising Committee Members and and Executive Director to create a fund development plan which increases revenues to support the strategic direction and growth of the organization. Build, and manage a diverse donor pipeline from prospect identification through cultivation, solicitation, and donor stewardship. In partnership with the communications directives, develop an impact-driven messaging framework, and donor-facing opportunities to support fundraising efforts, including social media to increase visibility and promote programs and events, informing community of the organizations’ impact. Develop stewardship methods to maximize loyalty of donors.
PCAP Case Manager
www.soundpathways.org For more than 50 years, Sound Pathways (formerly Pacific Treatment Alternatives) has been offering wrap-around, evidence-based programs and services for at risk community members addicted to drugs and alcohol– with a special focus on pregnant women and parenting mothers suffering from substance use disorders. The Parent-Child Assistance Program (PCAP) is an intervention for high-risk women and their families. This position will be responsible for providing direct outreach, home visitation case management, and advocacy services to high-risk mothers who have used alcohol and/or drugs heavily during pregnancy, and to their children, partners, and extended families as needed.
Specific Responsibilities Perform case management activities according to PCAP policies and procedures, in a confidential and professional manner.
Manage caseload of 16-20 clients and their families, working collaboratively with the Sound Pathways’ PCAP team.
Work effectively and efficiently in the field with little supervision, with the ability to manage time effectively and prioritize and problem solve in crisis situations.
Conduct home, office and/or virtual visits as clinically necessary (approximately twice per month).
Assist clients in identifying, setting, and achieving goals based on their individual needs assessments.
Connect clients with community members and organizations that will help meet their needs and goals.
Conduct sensitive and confidential clinical assessments], according to PCAP policies and procedures.
Coordinate scheduling and attend case consultations and appointments with community providers with whom client is involved. Maintain regular contact with client’s network of service providers.