Status: Part time
Reports to: Lead Clinician
The Evening Support Group Monitor is responsible for assisting coordination of HHCI’s evening support groups, including (but not limited to) directing attendees, providing supplies, and various other administrative procedures. Also responsible for other tasks as needed. Part-time position Monday – Thursday, 5pm – 8:45pm, $13/hr
Program and Event Logistics
- Maintain information for support groups; track whether groups attend
- Serve as point of contact for every attendee/support group
- Coordinate support group logistics; responsible for submitting requests from support group facilitators
- Assist in providing support groups with materials as required
- Assist in ensuring facility use guidelines are followed by all collaborating organizations
- Assist Senior Staff in communication, special reports, correspondence, and other related projects as needed (less frequent)
- Greet and direct all visitors and clinical clients, and answer questions; create welcoming atmosphere to foster communication; field all calls and give needed information over the phone or via email
- Coordinate with SMEC to ensure HHCI facilities are operating properly at all times; promptly report any maintenance issues
- Responsible for evening signage within organization directing clients, support group attendees and program attendees to designated rooms
- Serve as backup on weekend events as needed, several times a year (infrequent)
- Transcribe board meeting minutes
- Interpersonally savvy
- Instills trust
- Optimizes work processes
- Communicates effectively
Indicators of Success
Several of the most critical aspects of this role include:
- Delivering a service attitude while supporting staff, clients, and visitors to assure continuity of operations and administrative services
- Effectively communicates problems in the facility and/or status updates of tasks
- Consistently works independently and acts appropriately once tasks have been assigned and coordinates appropriate follow up until completion
- Works with confidential support group information where discretion is necessary to protect confidentiality
- Effectively and accurately proofs letters, meeting materials, spreadsheets, and other correspondence in a timely manner and is able to meet deadlines given
Education and Experience
- Must be proficient in the full Microsoft Office suite and have excellent organizational skills
- Must possess excellent interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills
Requires schedule flexibility for evening and weekend programs. Special working conditions cover a range of circumstances from regular evening and weekend work, shift work, and working with challenging clients. This job operates in a professional office environment. This role routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers, phones, photocopiers, filing cabinets and fax machines. A limited number of weekend hours are required.
Mental and Physical Demands
The mental and physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to identify, communicate, detect and easily remember things. The employee is frequently required to rise; move; ascend/descend stairs, position self, and sit; operate a computer and other office equipment; obtain objects at arm length distance; and transport up to 25 lbs.
The employee is required to perform under circumstances of emotional stress, such as yet not limited to, stress from work deadlines, employee complaints, noise, distractions, work complexity, competing priorities and understaffing.
This position has no supervisor responsibilities.
It is the policy and intent of St. Martin’s Episcopal Church to provide equal opportunity and employment in its practices.
Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.
Job descriptions will be reviewed annually and updated as often as necessary.
If you are interested in this position, please send your resume to Adrean Pearson at email@example.com
Status: Full time
Reports to: Vice President of Philanthropy
The Director of Philanthropy carries a donor portfolio and assists with the development of fundraising strategies. Oversees fundraising events, programs, plans, and execution throughout the department.
Duties and responsibilities
The primary job duties and responsibilities of the Director of Philanthropy:
- Manage fundraising events & mailing campaigns: maintaining timeline, budget, marketing, and logistics of events. Secure donor support
- Maintain a personal portfolio of current donors and prospects; Communicate with those in the assigned portfolio through face-to-face solicitation and stewardship meetings, telephonic as well as written proposals when needed; Ensure that each donor and prospect has a clear strategy and timeline for cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship
- Develop meeting support materials including talking points, solicitation materials, background, and follow-up proposals
- Work closely with other staff to prepare written proposals tailored to selected prospects
- With the VP of Philanthropy, create and manage budgets for special campaigns; Track and report on progress to goal, including contacts, gifts, pledges, and cash-flow projections
- Work with Annual Giving campaign chairs to establish and ensure success of campaign goals
- Oversee stewardship of current donors through a program of personal contact, recognition, and communication. Coordinate with Donor Relations Coordinator in the preparation of customized thank-you letters as well as written stewardship reports to donors
- Attend various internal and external meetings as required including after hours and weekend events
- Attend United Way speaking engagements on behalf of HHCI
- Support a culture of philanthropy and consider a personal gift to HHCI and United Way of Greater Houston
- Maintain confidentiality of donor information/records at all times
- Maintain established HHCI’s policies & procedures
- Implement job responsibilities in a manner that is consistent with HHCI’s mission
- Perform other duties as assigned
- Commitment to the mission of HHCI
- Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university required
- Five-plus years’ experience in fundraising
- Must have the ability to work individually on projects as well as be a team player
- Ability to deal professionally, courteously, and efficiently with public and all levels of the organization
- Must be proficient in Microsoft Office and practice management system software application
- Knowledge of donor management systems
- Leadership and effectiveness in developing and accomplishing organizational and financial goals
- Demonstrated ability to work effectively with executive management, trustees, staff and volunteers and create team-centered approach
- Ability to manage multiple deadlines and projects and execute with high degree of quality
- Strong interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills
Excellent work ethic, judgment, discretion, integrity, and diplomacy
This job operates in a professional office environment. This role routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers, phones, photocopiers, and filing cabinets. A limited number of after-hours and events are required.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit at desk area, communicate via phone/face to face, manually input data into a computer, walk to different office areas, reach with hands and arms and minimal lifting, drive a car, speak publicly and attend events.
HHCI is an equal opportunity employer. We may not be able to respond to every applicant regarding the status of his or her application. Candidates whose qualifications most closely meet our requirements will be contacted. A background check satisfactory to HHCI is required.
Job descriptions will be reviewed annually and updated as often as necessary.
If you are interested in this position, please send your resume to Will Bailey at firstname.lastname@example.org
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