Major Gifts Officer
As our Major Gifts Officer you Officer will design, develop and implement strategies for the cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of donors and prospects with special focus on five figure multi-year gifts to support Hunter Health’s mission and goals. At least 80% of the portfolio is expected to be sourced by the Major Gifts Officer.
• Develop a portfolio of 50-100 high wealth prospects (i.e., individuals, businesses and foundations), by designing and developing solicitation strategies; identifying gift opportunities that match donors’ interests; and personally soliciting gifts and then continually stewarding major gift donors.
• Serve as primary staff for individual prospects of $10,000 or more, developing and implementing cultivation strategies, including building, managing and soliciting a portfolio of major gift prospects.
• Maintain an annual “Top 25” pool of prospective major gift donors who will be solicited in the next 12-18 month period.
• Conduct personal visits with major donors and prospects, scheduling a minimum of 8-10 significant visits monthly for the purpose of field research, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship.
• Create and execute small events (e.g., <10 participants) to support major gift requests.
• Lead capital campaigns, including an active $5.0 million campaign, with the goal of raising an additional $2,500,000 over the next 18 months. Identify and cultivate leadership committee members, lead committee meetings, design, develop and implement campaign strategies.
• Prepare written proposals, gift agreements, funder pitches and other materials needed to define, secure and document major gifts. Effectively utilize donor software to maintain records of contacts with donors and prospects; analyze potential donor research materials to target appropriate givers; and track, evaluate and present relevant giving information.
• Assist the board and other stakeholders (e.g., CEO, leadership committee members) with their solicitation (e.g., provide portfolio development support, strategic counsel, and help with donor communications.)
• Exemplify, support and promote the organizations’ Standards of Behavior.
• Other duties as assigned.
• Bachelor’s degree required. Master’s Degree and/or CFRE preferred. Prior experience will be considered in lieu of degree.
• Minimum of five years of experience in development, advancement or fundraising, with demonstrated success in nonprofit or education related organizations. Preference will be given to candidates with a record of cultivating, proposing and closing major gifts of $100,000 or more.
• Exceptional interpersonal, written and oral communication skills.
• Must be organized, prepared, detail-oriented and have the ability to follow through on promises.
• Advanced Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint skills required; strong familiarity with customer relationship management (CRM) systems and procedures a plus.
• Ability to establish and maintain good working relationships throughout the organization and with outside constituencies.
To apply contact Danielle Basile at 316-796-5108 or Brianna Blackford at 316-260-9158
Posted on 1/19/21
Food Service Cook
•Prepares meals for DCCCA clients following menus established by the Food Service Manager or Program Coordinator and ensures that each designated meal is served on time
•Maintains hygiene standards in the kitchen and dining room area in agreement with all applicable state and local regulations
•Places food and supply shipments in the designated location and notifies the Program Coordinator of food or supply shortages
•Transfers shipments of food and supplies from work to storage areas
•Carries pans and trays of food to and from workstations, stoves and refrigerators
•Cleans work areas, equipment, pots, pans, trays and utensils
•Supervises and coordinates activities of clients who assist with meal preparation, clean-up and unpacking shipment orders
•Inspects equipment for cleanliness and functional operation
•Keeps documentation as required by the KSDE Food Service Program
•Requires high school diploma or general education diploma (GED)
•Requires one year of experience in food preparation
•Requires general knowledge of nutrition and menu planning
•Requires the ability to operate standard and commercial size kitchen equipment
•Must be able to work rotating weekends/holidays
•Valid driver's license with a good driving record
Newly hired employees are eligible for benefits the first of the month post hire
Apply online at: https://dccca.e3applicants.com/careers
Posted on 1/7/21
Child Welfare Supervisor-Therapist
DCCCA has been a licensed Child Placing Agency in the state of Kansas since 2001. CPA staff work with foster parents to assist in providing the best possible services for children and families. We believe in every child's right to a stable placement with trained foster parents who are dedicated to his or her emotional and physical well-being, their educational opportunity, and permanency with the birth or adoptive family.
•Provides direct supervision to assigned staff individually and as a group once a month
•Provides leadership and support to staff in achieving CPA requirements for recruitment and retention of foster families
•Trains prospective foster families
•Monitors foster parent timesheets
•Addresses foster family issues via home visits or telephone calls as appropriate
•Monitors CPA referrals and placements
•Provides individual and in-home family therapy as needed
•Submits written and timely critical report in the event of a child or foster parent behavior or activity
•Coordinates services with community partners and maintains appropriate release of information
•Submits therapy dates and progress reports to the case team as requested for court
•Completes paperwork and progress notes within expected time frames
•Master's degree in social work or other-related field is required
•Requires licensure by the Behavioral Sciences Regulatory Board (BSRB) at the master's level
•Requires at least two years of child welfare and/or family services experience
•Previous supervisory experience is required
•Valid driver's license with a good driving record
•Must pass pre-employment background checks, drug screening, and fingerprinting
Apply online at: https://dccca.e3applicants.com/careers
Posted on 1/6/21
Part-time: flexible 15-20 hours per week
Must be available the entire week of camp (July 10-16, 2021) to reside and work at camp located in Wichita, KS. Attendance at monthly Camp Organizing Committee (COC) meetings is required. This position allows for work from home flexibility, however time will be needed cultivating business relationships in the Wichita, KS community.
Reporting: This position reports to the Regional Director. This position is a member of the Camp Organizing Committee.
The Executive Director is accountable for the overall management of Camp Quality KS. This responsibility includes ensuring Camp Quality policies and guidelines are followed, the health and safety of campers, volunteer management, program development and oversight, and fundraising.
• Oversees the development and coordination of camp programs and activities for a safe, engaging, high quality experience. Collaborates with volunteers involved in the planning and implementation of Summer Camp and other programs.
• Works closely, cooperatively, and amicably with the COC members and ensure that each COC member has the information and training to carry out their responsibilities for Summer Camp and programs
• Actively solicits funds and supplies to meet the needs of the organization. This includes direct solicitation of individual, businesses and foundations as well as coordinating and attending fundraising events.
• Oversees the recruitment, training, and management of volunteers.
• Oversee camper and registration. Ensures the needed documentation is collected from campers and volunteers prior to camp or other activities.
• Responsible for communication with parents, guardians, and volunteers.
• Engaged in marketing and PR for the organization and keeping an active presence on social media.
• Assists the Healthcare Coordinator to assure healthcare policies and best practices are followed and medical records are maintained to keep campers healthy and safe.
• Maintains a positive team atmosphere that includes campers, volunteers, and families.
• Keeps the Regional Director and COC informed and seeks advice and/or assistance when needed.
• Abides by and enforce all policies, rules, and guidelines of Camp Quality including those outlined in the Administrative Policies and COC Manual, Healthcare Manual, Accounting Manual, and Volunteer Training Manuals. Makes recommendations on policies and guidelines as needed.
• Address crisis management, discipline and troubleshooting issues related to campers and/or volunteers. Works with Regional Director and COC members in resolving issues.
• Ensures that all information and forms are submitted to Camp Quality USA in timely manner.
• Works within set budget and maintains fiscal records. Inventories camp resources and supplies. Assist in determining supply and equipment needs and in ordering/purchasing.
• Oversees the follow-through of any correspondence necessary related to camp functions and activities. Reviews all contracts and forwards to Regional Director for review, approval and signature.
• At all times, the Executive Director should be focused on maintaining the integrity of Camp Quality.
• Builds relationships with other camps and National, exchanging ideas, sharing resources, and building support networks.
• Assesses the overall program to see if there are any changes that need to be made for optimum functioning. Assists in the evaluation of camp by campers, volunteers, and parents.
Qualifications and Competencies:
• Must be at least 25 years of age and have experience in planning major events.
• Ability to work collaboratively and manage with others, specifically volunteers.
• Possesses good leadership abilities, management, and organizational skills.
• Youth development experience in a camp and/or outdoor setting.
• Experience working with diverse populations as well individuals with disabilities or illnesses, preferred.
• Successful fundraising and marketing experience.
• Works well with minimal supervision and asks for assistance when needed.
• Manages conflict situations appropriately
• Excellent social, communication, writing and computer skills
• Patient, enthusiastic, self-controlled, flexible, and dependable.
• Well-developed sense of humor and team spirit.
• Current driver’s license and ability to pass background check
Send resume and cover letter to Kandi LaMar at firstname.lastname@example.org