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Arizona Nonprofit Community Report
Improving the quality of life in communities by providing knowledge and tools that enhance nonprofit effectiveness
Arizona State University College of Public Programs

April 10, 2006

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What's New

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May 12, 2006 | Hyatt Regency Phoenix

The ASU Center for Nonprofit Leadership & Management and Smith Barney Consulting Group proudly present a one-day seminar to help your organization acquire and successfully manage the funds entrusted to your care.

This seminar will be especially beneficial for nonprofit decision-makers in the following positions:

  • board members
  • executive directors
  • financial officers
  • development officers
  • foundation and endowment executives and trustees

Seminar Highlights

Back by Popular Demand Kay Sprinkel Grace for Opening Session and Workshop; Special Luncheon Presentation - James Owen, author of Cowboy Ethics ; Sessions on the Fiduciary Center's Practices that Define a Prudent Investment Process and Building Effective Boards .

Click Here to view full seminar schedule. If you would like to register please visit http://www.asu.edu/copp/nonprofit/conf/con_sbsem_2006_info.htm.

Effective & Motivated Board Governance

The ASU Center for Nonprofit Leadership & Management is committed to helping develop knowledgeable and well-prepared boards and board members. This half-day board training integrates university-based research into a 4-hour interactive presentation which covers all ten of the project modules. The material can be abbreviated or built-out for custom workshops, or each respective module can be addressed in greater specificity in a seminar fashion. For more information please click here or contact Andrew Ortiz by email at andrew.ortiz@asu.edu or by telephone at 480-965-7593.


*Register Now* - Nonprofit Enrichment Series

Are you interested in getting a lot of reliable information & resources on a specific topic, in a quick three-hour format?

Presented through the Nonprofit Management Institute by the ASU Center for Nonprofit Leadership and Management, the "Nonprofit Enrichment Series" is a monthly series of workshops on important topics. Each three-hour seminar features a video lecture presentation on the topic from a leading national expert and includes facilitated group discussion, exercises and great resource materials you'll be able to use long after the class!

Fee is $40 per segment. For more information or to register, please visit our website at http://nmi.asu.edu or contact us at 480-965-1867 - nmi@asu.edu.



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Volunteer Consultants Available

Executive Service Corps of Maricopa (ESCOM), a program of the Volunteer Center of Maricopa County, has consultants available to help nonprofit agencies build their capacity to accomplish their mission. ESCOM is an organization of experienced executives and professionals who volunteer their time to serve as consultants in the areas of 1 - financial management, 2 - strategic and business planning, 3 - community relations & marketing, 4 - human resource management, and 5 - board development. Recent completion of projects has made some consultants available for assignment now. We are available to meet at your facility to discuss your needs and how we might be of assistance to you. To learn more about ESCOM or to apply to become a client or a volunteer, visit our website at www.volunteerphoenix.org/escom or send an e-mail request for information to escom@volunteerphoenix.org or call 602-263-9736 ext. 506 at the Volunteer Center for details.


Pat Tillman Community Service Awards - Now Accepting Nominations

The Pat Tillman Community Service Awards (part of the proceeds from the event are donated to the Pat Tillman Foundation). Attached are the 2006 nomination forms. Please nominate worthy organizations and individuals as soon as possible, but no later than June 30. Any questions, please call Denise Meridith at 602-763-9900.


The Arizona Guide to Grants Online Now Available

For as little as 26 cents a day...around-the-clock, at-your-fingertips access to detailed profiles of nearly 1,900 corporations and foundations that make grants in Arizona - searchable, comprehensive, and continually updated and expanded. Here's just a sample of grantmaker profiles: (visit the www.azgrants.com for the entire profile analysis)

  • 796 who make grants in arts and culture
  • 952 with an interest in civic and public affairs
  • 614 who support science and research
  • 1,211 who make grants in social services
  • 268 who make capital and building grants
  • 959 who make grants for general or operating support

Price: $105 for 12 months; $190 for 24 months

Test-drive our free, full-featured Guide Online demo at http://www.azgrants.com/demo/guide.cfm.

Subscribe online! For quick, secure online ordering and instant setup of your subscription, visit: https://www240.ssldomain.com/azgrants/secure/store/category.cfm?Category=1. Your access to the Guide Online will be activated immediately, and you'll receive complete instructions by email within minutes.

Questions? Contact Sally Clifford, subscription services manager, at 602-230-5326, ext. 14 (toll-free: 866-472-6878, ext. 14) or sally.clifford@grantsusa.net.


PetSmart Charities Awards $2.3 Million in Grants from Katrina Donations to Support Ongoing Disaster Relief

Disaster relief agencies and animal welfare organizations will be better equipped to address the needs of abandoned, hurt or lost pets during hurricanes and other natural disasters and emergencies thanks to $2.3 million in grants recently awarded by PetSmart Charities.

The grants, awarded in February and March, will support three major initiatives: 1) development of a large-scale spay/neuter project in Louisiana and Mississippi; 2) underwriting for animal emergency response team training in up to 25 states; and 3) establishment of a fleet of regional PetSmart Charities emergency supply trailers.

The recent grants represent the remaining balance of $3.5 million in donations made to PetSmart Charities by customers, PetSmart associates, suppliers and others for hurricane relief during the storms of 2005. An initial $1.2 million went to local and national animal welfare organizations that were involved in relief efforts or whose facilities were damaged by the storms.

For more information, contact Paige Donnelly at (623) 587-2872 or pdonnelly@petsmartcharities.org.


Volunteers Needed - Volunteer Center of Maricopa County

In our efforts to make it easier for you to find volunteer opportunities and serve in our communities, we wanted you to take a sneak peak at our new volunteer matching and management system: 1-800-Volunteer.org.

To register and start using the system, simply visit the Volunteer Center's web site www.volunteerphoenix.org, click the 1-800-Volunteer.org link, then click on "Create Account", and complete the online application. To fully utilize the system we ask that you attend an orientation and become a partner of the Volunteer Center.

To learn more about becoming a partner of the Volunteer Center please contact Margie Coggins at 602-263-9736 x 505 or margie.coggins@volunteerphoenix.org.


Volunteer Puppy Raisers Needed - AZ Power Paws

Open your heart and your home to a puppy who will one day work with a person with a disability. For more information, visit our web site at www.AZPowerPaws.org or call 480-945-0754.


Valley of the Sun United Way 2007 Helping the Working Poor Fund Applications Now Available

Valley of the Sun United Way will accept Letters of Intent (LOI) from qualified charitable organizations interested in applying for funding from its 2007 Helping the Working Poor Fund. All LOIs must be submitted to Valley of the Sun United Way, 1515 E. Osborn Road, by 4 p.m. on April 27, 2006.

To qualify, applicants must be certified through the Arizona Department of Revenue as a Qualifying Charitable Organization (www.revenue.state.az.us). Applicants must also spend a least 50% of their budget on services to Arizona low-income residents and their households, and must provide collaborative services in the areas of job training and placement, childcare, transportation, and food and shelter.

This year the application process will begin with a Letter of Intent. To receive the LOI Application Packet, please send your request via email to jdemass@vsuw.org.      


Federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Agency Seeks Grant Reviewers

On a continuous basis, the three centers of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) are seeking professionals to evaluate applications for Federal grants. SAMHSA reviewers must have related program experience and education, be able to analyze grant applications effectively against specific criteria, be able to express their evaluation clearly in writing, and be interested in contributing to the advancement of knowledge.

The agency is specifically interested in reviewers with background in community-based mental health services; substance abuse prevention; and evidence-based successful substance abuse treatment services and programs. Some grant reviews will require on-site meetings, generally in the Washington, DC area. Reviewers selected will receive taxable compensation for their services. For complete details, including reviewer application, visit: http://www.samhsa.gov/Grants/emailform/call4review.asp. Or email: reviewer@samhsa.hhs.gov.


Third Wave Foundation Now Accepting Letters of Intent for 2006 Grants

Third Wave Foundation is now accepting Letters of Intent (LOI) for the 2006 grantmaking cycle of its Reproductive Health and Justice Fund. Completed LOIs must be postmarked by May 1, 2006. Please download application and guidelines here: http://www.thirdwavefoundation.org/programs/LOI.html

The Reproductive Health and Justice Initiative aims to support organizations led by women and transgender youth between ages 15 and 30 who engage either the reproductive justice movement or social justice movements that incorporate a reproductive health and justice lens in their work. 


The Board of Visitors Invites Proposals for 2006 Funding Cycle

The Board of Visitors invites proposals from nonprofits in the Phoenix metropolitan area to serve the healthcare needs of women, children, and the elderly. Founded in 1908, The Board of Visitors is the oldest charitable organization in Arizona and has distributed more than $4.1 million to a variety of community organizations. At least $300,000 is designated for grants of at least $100,000; at least $50,000 will be awarded in smaller grants of at least $5,000 each.

Letters of interest are due May 1, 2006; full proposals will be due September 1, with award distribution to begin January 2007. For complete eligibility criteria, evaluation criteria, and guidelines for your Letter of Interest please visit The Board of Visitors website at www.boardofvisitors.org or contact by email (boardofvisitors@cox.net) or phone (602-235-9554). Office hours are Monday through Friday, 9 am to 1 pm.


National Youth Service Day, April 21-23: Volunteers Needed

National Youth Service Day is April 21-23: Get involved this year! We are searching for groups of volunteers (classes, scouts, church, friends, family, etc) to create their own service project. Once your project is created, register it with the Volunteer Center and become part of the Largest Youth Volunteer Event in the World! Don't have time to create your own project? Don't worry. The Volunteer Center has over 50 ways you can help your community this weekend. Contact Sarah at 602-263-9736 x870 or email at youth@volunteerphoenix.org for more information and to get involved.



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Professional Development Opportunities for Nonprofit Leaders
Free Information Sessions (Phoenix)
April 12, 2006            12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
June 8, 2006              5:30 pm – 6:30 pm

Interested in advancing your career? The ASU Center for Nonprofit Leadership and Management offers a full spectrum of professional development programs through the Nonprofit Management Institute (NMI). NMI offers an array of workshops and courses that provide the necessary skills and knowledge needed to succeed in today's fast-paced and competitive nonprofit environment.
These programs include:

  • Continuing Education Courses
  • Professional Certificate in Nonprofit Management
  • Nonprofit Excellence Enrichment Series
  • Topical Workshops
  • Conferences

You are invited to attend a free orientation to learn more about the professional development programs offered through NMI by the ASU Center for Nonprofit Leadership and Management. Each Brown Bag session will take place at the ASU Downtown Center, 502 East Monroe Street, Phoenix, AZ 85004. For more information or to RSVP, please contact us at 480-965-1867 or at nmi@asu.edu.


Arizona Nonprofit Law Workshop Series - Tahan Law
April 11 & 18 (Phoenix)

This two-day workshop will guide organizations through incorporating as a nonprofit, gaining 501(c)(3) status, creating bylaws that comply with IRS requirements for tax-exempt organizations, volunteer liability waivers and other risk-management practices, staying current with mandatory government filings, following corporate formalities required during board meetings, abiding by the law when fundraising, abiding by limits on political activity, and more. We will also discuss recent changes to federal tax code sections which govern 501(c)(3) status. The goal is to move charitable organizations to their next level of effectiveness.

Pre-registration is required and space is limited on a first-come, first-serve basis because this annual workshop fills up quickly. To register, visit www.tahanlaw.com/workshop. Cost is $215 per participant.

The seminars will be held on April 11th and April 18th, from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. on each day at St. Luke's Health Initiatives. For more information, contact Becca Dial at (602) 274-5122 or rd@tahanlaw.com.


Brown Bag Seminar: Positive Leadership Skills - Nonprofit Leadership Skills
April 13 (Flagstaff)

Presenter: Deidre Crawley
Project Director - Youth In Action/AmeriCorps

This month's Brown Bag Seminar is the Reader's Digest Version of Positive Leadership Skills. The key objective is to provide a quick look at the tools and techniques that can lead to establishing and maintaining a positive leadership role.

Individuals attending this Brown Bag will participate in activities that sample just a few the steps needed to create a collaborative and successful relationship with the individuals they supervise. 

Location and time: Coconino Center for the Arts (Flagstaff), 11:30AM - 1:00PM

To RSVP go to http://www.nonprofitnaz.org/RSVP.html or call 928-527-7930


The Hiring Process - For Staff and Volunteers - Nonprofit Resource Center
April 14 (Flagstaff)

Presenter: Theresa Alvarado, Director of Human Resources -- City of Flagstaff

Often wonder whether or not to trust that gut feeling when employing staff or volunteers? Use more than that to do smart hiring! There are ways to screen and conduct interviews to make certain you get the "right fit" for the job and your organization.

Time: 9:30AM - 12 noon
Cost: $25 - Members, $35 -- Nonmembers
Location: TBA
To register: http://www.nonprofitnaz.org/WorkshopRegister.html or call 928-527-7930


Effective Supervision (NMI 104)
April 14 & 15

New supervisors and those seeking enhancement of supervisory effectiveness will gain insight on being an effective supervisor based on self-assessment and practical skill development. Review employment laws, behaviorally based interviewing, performance management, coaching and counseling, confident delegation and employee recognition and retention strategies. 8AM - 5PM, April 14 & 15 at the ASU Downtown Center, 502 E. Monroe Street, Phoenix, AZ 85004.

Instructor: Kara Rosseaux, SPHR, M.A. in Human Resource Management from Ottawa University is currently the Director of Human Resources for a large law firm in Phoenix. Formerly, she spent fifteen years in training/development, operations and human resources in the nonprofit sector. Cost: $250. For more information or to register, please visit our website at www.asu.edu/copp/nonprofit or contact us at (480) 965-0607 - nmi@asu.edu.


Volunteer Management: Attracting and Keeping the Best - Nonprofit Enrichment Series Workshop
April 21, 2006 9 AM - 12 PM

Objectives for learners:

  • To be able to articulate the importance of volunteers through a broader vision of what volunteering is and can be
  • To understand the importance of employee/volunteer relationships and how to lay the foundation for successful teamwork.
  • To recognize the steps to successful volunteer recruitment and assess whether current volunteer job descriptions are likely to attract the most desired candidates.

Video Presenter: Susan J. Ellis
Founder and President, ENERGIZE, Inc.
Philadelphia, PA

Susan is an internationally known consultant, author, and educator in the field of volunteerism. Her books include From the Top Down: The Executive Role in Volunteer Program Success and The Volunteer Recruitment Book. She has taught graduate-level volunteer administration courses for Adelphi, Pennsylvania State, and Temple Universities. Susan is a frequent contributor to Nonprofit World journal and Nonprofit Times.


Multicultural Leadership Development Program - United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona
April 26-28 (Tucson)

This workshop serves to broaden their understanding of cultural, racial, gender and religious differences. It will educate students to serve on community boards and committees with the confidence and experience needed to effectively impact the Tucson area.

Workshop sessions will cover cultural diversity, board management skills, committee participation, Robert's Rules of Order, the fundamentals of fundraising, and financial skills for board membership.

Click here for the workshop agenda. Click here for the workshop application.

The workshop is open to all who desire to make a difference in the community where they live. It also serves to increase the effectiveness of management and employees within the workplace.

The workshop will be held at Southwest Gas Corporation, 3401 E. Gas Road. A graduation ceremony will be held Sat., April 29, at the DoubleTree Hotel.


"The Nonprofit Doctor" Brings Executive Leadership Workshops to Arizona
May 1 & 3 (Phoenix and Tucson)

Bob Orser -- nationally known as "The Nonprofit Doctor" -- is coming to Arizona in May with two of his most popular workshop programs especially for executive directors of small- to mid-sized, growing nonprofits. JUST GRANTS! Arizona is proud to sponsor "The Nonprofit Doctor" for these two high-value, in-depth, all-day sessions guaranteed to re-energize, re-vitalize and re-excite you in your leadership role for your community. Registration fee is just $85 each before April 17; $100 after.

How to Keep Going...and Going...and Going: An Energizing Clinic for the Seasoned Executive Director - May 1 (Phoenix)

For details/to register: http://www.azgrants.com/workshops/detail.cfm?RecordID=515

The Many Hats of an Executive Director: What Nobody Told You Before You Took the Job - May 3 (Tucson)

For details/to register: http://www.azgrants.com/workshops/detail.cfm?RecordID=516


2006 Annual Convention - Arizona PTA
May 5, 6, 7 (Mesa)

The Arizona PTA Convention will be held on May 5th, 6th & 7th, 2006 at the Hilton Phoenix East/Mesa hotel in Mesa, Arizona. Arizona PTA was formed in 1906, so this convention will be a 100th year celebration. All PTA members across the state are encouraged to attend. For further information contact the AZ PTA office at 602 279-1811. Or go to our website at www.azpta.org.


Grants That Make a Difference RFP Informational Meetings
May 8, 9, 17; June 8 (Multiple locations)

Started in 2000 by Tucson Electric Power (TEP) for Pima County, and expanded to sister company UniSource Energy Services in Mohave, Coconino, Yavapai and Santa Cruz counties Cruz, Grants That Make a Difference is a competitive grants process for nonprofits serving at risk youth and their families. This grant process is separate from TEP's usual sponsorships and grants that support employee volunteerism, and is intended to encourage nonprofits to collaborate in service delivery and provide "boost" funds for new or expanding programs. It has been a rewarding process, and we are very proud of the wonderful programs we have partnered with these past six years.

Meetings Dates/Locations:

Monday May 8 for Yavapai County Nonprofits
Prescott College Crossroads Center
Prescott, Arizona
8:30 a.m. - Registration
9-Noon - Workshop
Noon - 1 - Lunch & Networking
RSVP required: bbeyer@tep.com or 520 884-3694

Tuesday May 9 for Mohave County Nonprofits
Kingman Library; Kingman, Arizona
8:30 a.m. - Registration, 9-Noon - Workshop, Noon - 1 - Lunch & Networking
RSVP required: bbeyer@tep.com or 520 884-3694

Wednesday May 17 for Pima County TEP service territory Nonprofits
Wilmot Library, Tucson, Arizona
9 - 10:30 a.m.

Thursday June 8 for Coconino County Nonprofits
NonProfit Resource Center Brown Bag Luncheon
Coconino Center for the Arts
11:30 a.m.
2300 N. Fort Valley Road
Flagstaff, Arizona
RSVP to http://www.nonprofitnaz.org/BrownBags.html

Grants That Make a Difference guidelines and application available June 8, 2006 at uesaz.com and tep.com. Grants must be postmarked by September 12, 2006.


*Dates Announced*
Laws and Legal Issues Affecting Nonprofit Organizations (NMI 110)

May 9, 11, and 16

What are the basic laws and regulations governing nonprofit organizations? Learn more about the procedures for incorporating, obtaining and maintaining tax-exempt status as a nonprofit organization. Learn the legal principles and research methods as well as legal, regulatory and policy issues facing contemporary nonprofit organizations. The required course materials will be provided the first day of class. 5:30 - 9:00PM, May 9, 11 & 16 at the ASU Downtown Center, 502 E. Monroe Street, Phoenix, AZ 85004. Parking provided.

Instructor: Ellis M. Carter, J.D., L.L.M. in Taxation of Quarles & Brady Streich Lang. For more information, please visit our website at www.asu.edu/copp/nonprofit or contact us at (480) 965-0607 - nmi@asu.edu.


AFP 5-Year Review Course - Association of Fundraising Professionals
May 18-19 (Phoenix)

The AFP 5-Year Review Course offers development professionals an opportunity to review the main components of a complete fundraising program, prepare for the CFRE exam, or evaluate your knowledge and experience with others in the field at the 5-year level. It is a two-day, intensive program that focuses on the terminology, organization, and structure of a development operation.

Topics include: history of philanthropy; laying the foundation for fund development; defining an integrated development program; making the case; volunteers and staff: roles, responsibilities and relationships; identifying, involving, and retaining current and prospective donors; annual, capital and planned giving along with various fundraising methods; and marketing.

Course hours:
Day 1: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Day 2: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Catholic Community Foundation
400 East Monroe (SW corner 5th St. /Van Buren)
Phoenix, Arizona 85004

$350 for AFP Members, $390 for AFP Non-Members

Please note: Fees are refundable to registrants who cancel by end of day May 9, or credited toward the Course the following year. AFP of Greater AZ reserves the right to cancel the course on or before May 9 if sufficient registrations are not received by that date.

For more information on this course, contact: Pam Wanser, CFRE, 602-343-6527, pam@balletaz.org.You may also contact Sue Gaub, CFRE, at 602-404-4410 or smgaub@msn.com.


GRANT$ MAGIC: Turning Good Ideas into Great Grant-Funded Programs - Arts and Business Council of Greater Phoenix
May 17-18 and 19, 2006 (Phoenix)

Featuring Maryn Boess, Founder/CEO, JUST GRANTS!/GrantsUSA LLC

Location: Diocesan Pastoral Center, 400 E. Monroe Street (at N 5th Street ), Phoenix, AZ 85004-2336. Free Parking - NW Corner of 5th & Monroe -- Level B1

OPTIONAL Proposal-Building Bonus: "On The Spot" - Add-On Session
Friday, May 19 (Same Location)

For beginners and veterans alike, this workshop offers an intensive, hands-on, skill-building approach to corporate and foundation grantsmanship.

More details are available at www.artsbusinessphoenix.org.


*Call for Presentations* Tobacco and Health Youth Conference - Intertribal Council of Arizona
July 5, 6 & 7, 2006 (Phoenix)

The Hualapai Tribe and the Inter Tribal Council of Arizona, Inc. (ITCA), Community Tobacco Education and Prevention Program are announcing a Call for Presentations for the Tobacco and Health Youth Conference. This conference is open to all American Indian Youth ages thirteen to seventeen years of age. Last year, the youth conference attracted more than 100 youth participants from around the state of Arizona.

We encourage youth, youth coalitions, community health representatives, health professionals and educators, and individuals who have been affected by tobacco related diseases or ailments to submit a workshop proposal. Proposals for workshop sessions should be informative, interactive and relate to the conference theme. The theme for this year's conference is "Purpose. Pride. Passion." Deadline for submission: April 28, 2006. Incomplete or late proposals will not be considered. Prospective presenters must submit an abstract describing the topic to be discussed, a brief biography for each speaker and three learning objectives for your workshop. Please do not use acronyms or abbreviations in the abstract. Prospective presenters are responsible for their own travel costs.

Send presentation proposal to: Glenda Lumpmouth, Community Tobacco Program, Inter Tribal Council of Arizona, Inc., 214 North Central Ave., Phoenix, Arizona 85004. For more information or to request a proposal form, call (602) 258-4822 or email glenda.lumpmouth@itcaonline.com.


Job Opportunities

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*New Listing* Executive Director - Friends of Saguaro National Park (Tucson)

The Executive Director is responsible for day-to-day management of the organization's activities. The ideal candidate possesses a passion for sensitive management and utilization of Park lands and a dedication to the advancement of Park objectives. As the sole employee of the organization, the incumbent will be responsible for a wide range of activities and is charged with developing additional funding sources for the expansion of FOSNP's work.

Primary responsibilities of the Executive Director include fundraising, marketing and communications activities, development of Board capacity, and service as the liaison to the public and the National Park Service. The Executive Director reports directly to the Board of Directors. Day-to-day oversight of the Executive Director is the responsibility of the Executive Committee of the Board of Directors.

Required skills include: Bachelor's degree; advanced degree preferred. Three to four years of work experience in a nonprofit organization is preferred. Professional or volunteer experience in conservation field is desirable. Strong interpersonal and communications skills, with particular emphasis on public speaking skills. Proven fundraising experience, with demonstrated capacity to generate funding from individual donors, corporate sponsors, and foundations, including grant writing capabilities. The candidate must also have experience in managing fundraising events and direct mail activities. Demonstrated experience in planned giving is a plus.

The position offers a competitive compensation package with a starting salary range of $32,000 to $40,000 plus paid vacation and holidays.

To apply, please send a letter of interest, three references, and resume to Friends of Saguaro National Park, P.O. Box 18998, Tucson, AZ 85731-8998. Applications will be accepted until May 5, 2006, or until the position is filled. For more information, visit www.friendsofsaguaro.org.


*New Listing* Full-Time Director - notMYkid PEAK Program (Phoenix)

Responsibilities include managing the PEAK program of notMYkid, researching and developing prevention service contracts for Arizona school districts, maintaining financials (invoices, purchase orders and deposits) of school contracts, coordinating with local businesses to offer Corporate Brown Bag programming to their employees, presenting substance abuse programming for adults, attending and presenting at local and national conferences aiding in substance abuse prevention programming, coordinating PEAK prevention programming at local school sites, training and scheduling new speakers for the PEAK program, developing and maintaining professional relationships with school administrators, parent organizations, and media, serving as a liaison to contracted school districts and collaborative agencies, and responsible for the ongoing evaluation and database tracking of prevention services provided by notMYkid.

Minimum qualifications: Bachelor's degree in health related field. 3 years experience in the field (health education, prevention, youth services, social services, substance abuse counseling). Experience with nonprofit organizations. Strong people skills. Ability to efficiently schedule time and activities. Excellent written and verbal communications skills. Team player with strong work ethic. Self starter with ability to multi-task. Ability to maintain effectiveness in varying environments and with varying tasks, responsibilities, or people. Strong computer skills required. Must possess a valid Arizona driver's license and reliable transportation.

Send cover letter, resume, and three references to: Stephanie Weeks, 333 W. Indian School Road Phoenix, AZ 85013 or email to stephanie@notmykid.org. Deadline: May 5, 2006.


*New Listing* Chief Advancement Officer - American Red Cross (Phoenix)

American Red Cross is seeking a Chief Advancement Officer to lead and direct the chapter's fundraising efforts to meet assigned strategic and annual revenue goals. The successful candidate will have a Bachelor's degree; CFRE designation preferred; 5 years experience in administrating a Development program within a complex organization; successful major gift experience with a large nonprofit; knowledge of marketing and media relations activities. FT w/excellent benefits. Visit www.arizonaredcross.org for more info. EOE/AA


*New Listing* Director of Development - Save the Family Foundation of Arizona (Mesa)

The Director of Development, with the guidance of the Executive Director, will achieve fundraising goals and strategies for capital and annual funding programs; move current annual donors to higher giving levels and acquire new annual and capital donors; plan, direct and implement all fund raising and stewardship activities in all areas of contributed annual income including individual, corporate, foundation, government and volunteer support and sponsorships and oversee donor recognition.

The Development Director is responsible for developing, coordinating, and supervising fund raising activities to support an annual operating budget of 3M. The individual applying for this position must have an understanding of comprehensive fund raising and the ability to achieve financial objectives, and must have:

A four-year college degree or equivalent of 5 years of experience. Excellent written and verbal, interpersonal and organizational skills. The ability to function as a member of a team. A proven and strong track record in annual campaign, special events, and endowment fundraising. Must demonstrate sound judgment, initiative and independent thinking.

Pay:  $60,000-$65,000/yr + STF pays 100% of its employee only insurance premiums for  health, dental, vision, ST, LT disability and Life insurance policies.

Send resumes to teresag@savethefamily.org.


*New Listing* Director of Program Development - Alzheimer's Association Desert Southwest Chapter (Phoenix)

Alzheimer's Association Desert Southwest Chapter, a nonprofit health and social service organization serving individuals with Alzheimer's disease and their families in Arizona and Southern Nevada, is seeking a Director of Program Development. This position will provide staff leadership for the development, implementation, and evaluation of programs and services. The position involves significant teamwork and collaborative efforts with staff, volunteers, and aging, social service and health care organizations, throughout the communities served by the Chapter. This position is based in Phoenix, Arizona. Preferred qualifications include MSW or related degree with progressively responsible work history in direct services to older adults and their families and non-profit management/program supervision.

Interested applicants are encouraged to submit their resumes with a cover letter that includes salary expectations to: Executive Director, Alzheimer's Association Desert Southwest Chapter, 1028 East McDowell Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85006.


*New Listing* Director of the NAU Fund - Northern Arizona University (Flagstaff)

NAU seeks an experienced fundraising, marketing, public relations or communications professional to lead the NAU Fund which is central to our advancement efforts. The NAU Fund program includes direct mail, telemarketing, web marketing, and annual leadership gift personal solicitation. The position reports to the Associate Vice President for University Advancement and is a member of Advancement's leadership team. The NAU Fund is responsible for soliciting ongoing/annual gifts from all individual constituencies such as alumni, parents, faculty, retirees, staff, students and friends (including corporate matching gifts).

Minimum qualifications: Bachelor's degree; a minimum of 3 years experience in fundraising, marketing/sales, program management or communication/public relations; ability to organize and lead a multifaceted program; documented success as an innovator and creative problem solver; excellent written and oral communications skills. The Advancement team and NAU Fund program personnel rely heavily on computers and data bases for information and communication; candidates must be prepared to use computers and software that supports these efforts.

Please see http://hr.nau.edu/m/content/view/620/476/ for full job descriptions and details on how to apply. NAU is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Institution.


*New Listing* Grant Writer Specialist - United Food Bank (Mesa)

United Food Bank seeks a part-time contract Grant Writer Specialist. This outside position will be responsible for researching grant opportunities and writing appropriate grant applications. The successful candidate will have a Bachelor's degree and/or equivalent work experience; three plus years in creative and technical writing; demonstrated success in securing funding and preparing Requests for Proposals; and knowledge of Microsoft Office programs.

To apply, please submit your resume with cover letter to the email address below.

Email: marlag@unitedfoodbank.org. United Food Bank, 358 East Javelina, Mesa, AZ 85210.


*New Listing* Grant Writer - Phoenix Theatre (Phoenix)

Phoenix Theatre seeks a grant writer to facilitate our foundation, corporate and government grant requests. Duties will include: developing written proposals, research prospecting funding sources, maintaining grant calendar, meeting annual giving goals, assisting with special events and strategizing with the executive and development team. The ideal candidates will possess exceptional and persuasive writing, computer and communication skills. Attention to detail is essential and 1 to 3 years of prior experience in writing for theatrical arts organizations preferred but not required. Please submit cover letter, resume, salary history and two writing samples to: Fax: 602.889.6325. Email: e.reynolds@phxtheatre.org. Mail: Phoenix Theatre, c/o Beth Reynolds, 100 E McDowell Road, Phoenix, AZ 85004. No telephone calls please.


*New Listing* Volunteer Coordinator - Face in the Mirror (Scottsdale)

Face in the Mirror is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization located in Phoenix/Scottsdale, Arizona. We are looking for the educated mind in many programs needed to be implemented. One in particular is in the Volunteer Dept. We expect, over the next year to bring on board many volunteers. Very interested and in need of one who has worked in this capacity and would like to lend a hand with this outreach. Volunteer basis or on a "hired" basis. Due to being new, funds are low. We need someone to help in the fundraising dept. Someone with experience of writing for grants, etc. Go to website www.faceinthemirror.org and see if this is of any interest to you. Contact: Barbara MacLean at above number or personal cell 602-751-1425.


*New Listing* *Multiple Positions* Central Arizona Shelter Services (Phoenix)

For more information about CASS, please visit www.cass-az.org.

Volunteer Coordinator

CASS seeks to hire a full time Volunteer Coordinator to recruit, train, place, retain and recognize community volunteers and develop, plan and execute volunteer events. The Volunteer Coordinator assesses agency volunteers needs and recruits and trains community volunteers to meet those needs. The Volunteer Coordinator plans and coordinators volunteer projects and events, monitors and provides support to community volunteers, creates and distributes quarterly volunteer newsletter, maintains volunteer database and compiles statistical reports, and other duties as assigned. The Volunteer Coordinator requires a high school diploma or equivalent plus a minimum of one year directly related experience, experience working as a staff person in special event or volunteer coordination. The Volunteer Coordinator should be proficient with word processing and computer spreadsheet preparation, possess demonstrated communication skills, both oral and written, and have a valid Arizona driver license and a satisfactory driving record. For more information email resumes to jkelly@cass-az.org, call (602) 870-8778 ext. 10, or fax (602) 256-6404. EOE

Preschool Teacher Aide

CASS seeks to hire a part time preschool teacher aide to provide quality childcare to homeless children in Sunnyslope. The Preschool Teacher Aide works to maintain a safe educational environment. The Preschool Teacher Aide will assists with cooking, laundry, teacher breaks, substitute coverage, inventory control, cleaning, etc. This position requires high school diploma or GED, background check (fingerprint clearance card), clean MVR, and six months experience. The Preschool Teacher Aide pay is $8.00 to $10.00 per hour plus excellent benefits including medical, dental and life insurance. For more information email resumes to jkelly@cass-az.org, call (602) 870-8778 ext. 10, or fax (602) 256-6404. EOE

Shelter Manager I

CASS seeks to hire full time shelter staff to work with homeless adults in the downtown Phoenix area and with families in the Sunnyslope area. The Shelter Manager I works to maintain a safe and humane shelter environment, and to assist guests in achieving their highest level of self-sufficiency. The Shelter Manager I does not require any experience. They will be part of CASS's Shelter Team. The Shelter Manager I pay is $8.00 plus excellent benefits including medical, dental and life insurance as well as a 403(b)-retirement plan with employer matching contributions.

For more information about the downtown Phoenix openings please call (602) 256-6945 ext. 316 and for more information about the Sunnyslope openings please call (602) 944-0960 ext. 22. Resumes are accepted by email to jkelly@cass-az.org or via fax at (602) 256-6401. EOE


*New Listing* *Multiple Positions* Native American Connections (Phoenix)

BH Clinician - Guiding Star Women's Residential Facility

Under the direct supervision of the Clinic Supervisor/Director, the Behavioral Health Clinician I is responsible for the management and delivery of direct client counseling services to assigned individuals and groups participating in Native American Connections women's programs at the Guiding Star facility.

Child Care - Guiding Star Women's Residential Facility

Under the direct supervision of the Guiding Star Lodge Child Care Supervisor, the Child Care Worker provides child care and positive role modeling as well as parenting support to chemically dependent parents.

Child Care/Life Skills Coordinator - Catherine Arm's Supportive Housing Unit

Under the direct supervision of the Residential Services Director, the Child Care/Life Skills Provider provides child care and positive role modeling to chemically dependent parents. The position would provide activities and training as well as parenting support for residents of Catherine Arms.

For more information on these jobs or to apply, please visit www.nativeconnections.org. If you have any questions please contact Madeleine Stilwell at (602)254-3247.


*New Listing* *Multiple Positions* Prehab of Arizona (Multiple Locations)

East Valley (Mesa)

  • Client Care Worker - BA preferred, various positions in youth residential centers, behavioral health experience preferred
  • Behavioral Health Paraprofessional - DV shelter, experience with crisis and counseling preferred
  • In-Home Respite Worker - P/T, working with children in their homes.
  • After-school Day Program - P/T, 2:30P-8;30P Mon-Fri, working with children ages 5-12
  • Parent Support Partner - F/T, BA preferred, experience with domestic violence, exp working with children
  • Clinical Liaison - F/T, Mon-Fri (10A-7P) MA preferred. Counseling/Case Management experience
  • Recreation Specialist - P/T, homeless shelter, work with group of youth, experience with at-risk youth
  • Child Care Teacher - F/T or P/T, Preferred training in Early Child Education, 2 yrs in licensed care facility preferred

West Valley (Glendale)

  • Client Care Worker - P/T & F/T & Overnight, BA preferred, Experience with domestic violence populations, Bilingual Span preferred
  • Child Care Teacher - P/T& F/T, Preferred training in Early Child Education, 2 years in licensed care facility preferred
  • Housekeeping - F/T, housekeeping exp preferred, lift a minimum of 25 lbs, customer service, Bilingual Spanish preferred
  • Family Support Partner - F/T, HS required, exp working with children with behavioral disorders.
  • Clinical Liaison - F/T, Mon-Fri (10A-7P) MA required, must be licensed in the State of AZ.
  • Cook - F/T, DV shelter, cook for 50-80 people, food handlers license required.
  • Community Intervention Worker - F/T, Overnight, exp with "at-risk youth" experience with individual/family groups

Summer Jobs (Temporary)
Earn extra money this summer!!

Summer Day Programs (working with kids)
Mesa- May 30 - August 11, 2006
Hours - 9AM-5PM

Glendale - June 7-Mid August
Hours - 9AM-5PM

Due to OBHL requirements, employees must be at least 22 years of age. For more information please call (480) 464-7466.


*New Listing* Full Charge Bookkeeper - Self-Employment Loan Fund (Phoenix)

The Full Charge Bookkeeper is responsible for accounting, recording loan activity and financial management. The Full Charge Bookkeeper reports directly to the Manager of Lending and Finance in setting financial goals and achieving the goals of the agency.

Qualifications: Minimum of two years of accounting background with Cost Accounting Preferred, and five years business experience.

Full-time, non-management, non-exempt. Range: $30,000- $32,000/yr. Salary is negotiable depending on experience. Benefits: two weeks vacation/yr, two weeks sick leave/yr, two personal days/yr, eleven paid holidays/yr, paid health and life insurance. Covered parking, self paid dental and AFLAC, 403B eligibility.

For more information on this position or to apply, please contact Sonia Singh at (602) 340-8834 or soniasingh@selfloanfund.org.


*New Listing* Administrative Assistant - United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona (Tucson)

United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona seeks a motivated professional for a full-time Administrative Assistant position. This position provides skilled administrative support and database services for a comprehensive federal program in compliance with federal mandates and deadlines. Responsibilities include scheduling and meeting support, file and database development and maintenance, document and material generation, and customer service. Requires Associate's degree in business, office administration or related field plus 3 years increasingly responsible office support, or equivalent combination of education/experience. Requires impeccable grammar, advanced writing and Microsoft Office skills, especially Access. Skills testing will be required.

Please send cover letter, resume & references to: Emily Fink Bauman, Program Manager, Supporting Seniors, United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona, P.O. Box 86750, Tucson, AZ 85754-6750, efbauman@unitedwaytucson.org.


CEO - YWCA of Maricopa County (Phoenix)

The CEO is the Senior Manager, responsible for fund development, both governmental and private, program oversight, budget development, staff recruitment/retention and training. Position reports directly to the Board of Directors. Extensive knowledge of nonprofit organizations, social service programs and commitment to the YWCA Mission: Empowering Women & Eliminating Racism a firm requirement.

Successful candidate must possess proven track record of fund development, social service program management and development, exceptional verbal and written skills and leadership ability. Positive relationship maintenance and development with key stakeholders, community leaders and internal and external customers a must. CEO will represent the organization at both the local and national level.

Requirements and qualifications include, but are not limited to: Minimum 8 years experience in nonprofit management; familiarity with nonprofit and governmental grant application processes and accounting; Computer proficient in Microsoft programs; ability to operate vehicle, ability to travel on occasion. Provides ongoing support to Board, including attending regular committee and Board meetings, ensuring appropriate reports, etc. are generated and presented to the Board of Directors. Ability to plan and assist in implementation of major fundraising events. B.A. in appropriate field such as Public Administration, Women's Studies, Social Services. MBA preferred. Extensive practical experience and proven track record may be considered in lieu of Degree(s). Individual must be able to pass police background clearance and be bondable.

Submit resume and references to: YWCA of Maricopa County, 755 East Willetta Street, Phoenix, AZ 85006-2796 or Email: ywca.CEO@fastq.com.


*Multiple Positions* Specialized Alternatives for Families & Youth (Flagstaff)

We have expanded our services and are now opening an office in Flagstaff. We are searching for candidates to fill the following positions:

State Director

Energetic self-starter with proven leadership and development skills needed to develop and expand our program. Will also provide clinical oversight and supervision of professional staff. Experience within the AZ foster care system desired. A Master's degree with the highest clinical license in AZ required. We will provide relocation assistance to those who are willing to relocate.

Foster Parent Recruiter & Trainer

Pursue all inquiries of interest from parties interested in becoming foster parents using mail and direct contact. Perform home study of prospective foster parents and their home environment according to SAFY policy and specific requirements of the state. Organize, schedule, and conduct the foster parents Pre-service training program. We will provide relocation assistance to those who are willing to relocate.

Please send your resume with salary requirements to: SAFY, Attn. Recruiter, 10100 Elida Rd., Delphos, OH 45833, fax to 419-695-2003, or email to recruiter@safy.org.


Director of Development - Southwest Leadership Foundation (Phoenix)

The successful individual will be able to demonstrate the following abilities: assist in the design, implementation and evaluation of an annual strategic development plan; develop and implement a comprehensive donor plan; oversee the preparation of grant and foundation proposals; assist with special events and programs; develop, track, and maintain corps of volunteers; assist with marketing and public relations efforts.

The partner selected will have excellent written, oral and public speaking skills, proficiency with MatchMaker or other comparable software, ability to multi-task and have exceptional organizational skills. A college degree preferred and a minimum of five years experience in resource development. This position will provide a competitive salary and benefits.

Please send cover letter, resume and salary history to Chuck Westerlund, CEO, SLF, 2375 E. Camelback Rd., Suite 360, Phoenix, AZ 85016 or fax 602-778-1165 or email chuck@southwestleadership.org.


Development Operations Assistant - Desert Botanical Garden (Phoenix)

Part-time, seasonal. 12-16 hours/week. This position provides support and data management assistance to the Development Operations Department. Primary responsibilities include data processing of donor records, donor and member customer service, preparation of membership fulfillment packages, acknowledgement of gifts, and assistance with departmental scheduling.

Requirements include one year of experience in customer service, one year of database experience, proficiency in Microsoft Office, the ability to work in a team environment, and the ability to multi-task. Knowledge of Raiser's Edge software preferred.

To apply, please mail, email or fax a cover letter and resume to: Mary Catellier, Desert Botanical Garden, 1201 N. Galvin Pkwy., Phoenix, AZ 85008; 480-481-8124; or email mcatellier@dbg.org.

Program Manager - Creating Healthy Families (Phoenix)

Assess client's needs, provide pre-and post-testing, customized referrals, ongoing case management, and outcome reports. Recruit women for the program through a variety of marketing techniques. Master's degree in social work or related field with a proven background of experience in abuse, domestic violence, or inter-personal violence, required. Fax resume to Fresh Start 602-261-9691, attn: Annette Morrison, or email to amorrison@fswf.org.


Annual Fund/Alumni Relations Professional - Verde Valley School (Sedona)

Verde Valley School, in Sedona, Arizona is seeking a professional Annual Fund/Alumni Relations professional to develop, manage and execute its annual fund program, alumni relations and events. Bachelor's Degree and 3 years successful experience, preferably in an educational institution, in an annual fund or alumni relations position is required. Resume, cover letter and three professional references should be sent to: Director of Development, Verde Valley School, 3511 Verde Valley School Road, Sedona, AZ 86351. Founded in 1948, located in beautiful Sedona, Arizona, Verde Valley School is an international college preparatory boarding and day school.

For more information, contact Clifford J. Ochser, Director of Development, at cliffo@vvsaz.org or 928-284-2272 ext. 17.


Grants & Communication Manager - Phoenix Day (Phoenix)

Phoenix Day is currently seeking an administrative staff position reporting to the Executive Director. Responsible for the management of the administration office for a 90-year-old nonprofit that supports working families in south central Phoenix by providing high quality childcare, healthcare, and social services.

Applicants must possess:

  • Computer skills including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Internet research.
  • Familiarity with automated donor-tracking systems.
  • Excellent organizational skills, detail oriented with excellent follow up.
  • Ability to prioritize appropriately on a daily basis.
  • Experience with purchasing, ordering and maintaining office and computer equipment.
  • Experience with grant research, writing, tracking and follow up.
  • Ability to meet stringent deadlines.
  • Ability to troubleshoot and coordinate vendors for computer and website maintenance.
  • Excellent writing and verbal skills.
  • Direct mail experience helpful.
  • Ability to coordinate board information.
  • Manage production of printed materials.
  • Notary Public.
  • Willing to volunteer and assist with special events.
  • Ability to work somewhat autonomously in a changing environment while keeping supervisors appropriately appraised of issues, problems, opportunities and progress.
  • A management style that promotes teamwork, enhances creativity and motivation, facilitates communications and builds consensus.
  • Bilingual (Spanish) a plus.

Salary based upon education and experience. Excellent benefit package including medical, dental, vision and retirement benefits.

To apply, please submit resume to: Mr. Angel L. Rosa, Executive Director, Phoenix Day, 115 E. Tonto Street, Phoenix AZ 85004 or send email to arosa@phoenixday.org.


Development and Community Relations Coordinator - Interfaith Community Services (Tucson)

This position will develop, implement and coordinate fund development and communications for the organization. Responsibilities include: Implement fund development plan in consultation with the Executive Director and board members. Actively seek and secure new corporate, foundation, and individual funding sources. Coordinate various fundraising events and initiate new avenues of economic support. Create and maintain an ongoing donor relations program which may include personal visits, scheduling luncheons and meetings, making personal calls, producing printed collaterals, correspondence and other forms of communication. Oversee the FundRaiser database in coordination with other staff. Develop and implement a communications plan in consultation with the Executive Director and board members, including media relationships, collaterals, newsletters, civic organization involvements, and other public relations. Provide staff leadership to the Development Committee, Planned Giving Council, and other committees as assigned.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in business, marketing or related degree preferred; Experience preferred in development and marketing, including annual and planned giving programs, corporate solicitation, and grant writing; excellent communication and presentation skills; Self-initiated, ability to work as a team member in an unstructured environment. Experience in working with volunteers; Commitment to and enthusiasm for mission of ICS; Proficiency in Word, Publisher, Excel and other basic software programs.

Work Schedule: Full time, Monday through Friday. Some nights and weekends. Compensation: $28,000 - $32,000 depending on experience. Medical Benefits, vacation, sick leave. Submit resumes and salary requirements to Executive Director at the email address below or mail to ICS, 2820 W. Ina Road, Tucson, AZ 85741 or email: bkampa@icstucson.org.


Community Youth Development Coordinator - Institute of Cultural Affairs (Phoenix)

ICA seeks individual to track and maintain grant compliance for funded contracts and submit reports to funder; maintain relationships and serve as liaison with community partners and funders; and research and write proposals for potential grants. Full-time position, bilingual English/Spanish preferred. Bachelor's Degree, research and organizational skills, experienced writer. Send resume and cover letter with work history and salary requirements to opportunities@ica-usa.org.


Mentoring Services Specialist/I&R Counselor - Creating Healthy Families (Phoenix)

Assist with day-to-day operation of mentoring program. Interview candidates; case manage participants; maintain database; prepare reports on outcomes; assist with outreach efforts to community-based organization and corporation. Also, responsible for seeing walk-in clients and developing Action plan to assist the client meet her needs. Must be able to work as part of a team; computer skills; evening and weekend work as required. Must have a Master's degree in social work, counseling or related field. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Must have a vehicle and valid driver's license. Fax resume to 602-261-9691, attn: Annette Morrison.


*Multiple Positions* Arizona Women's Education and Employment (Phoenix)

For each position, please fax resume & cover letter to Kathie Rudolph 602.223.4338 or email kathierudolph@awee.org. Full job descriptions can be found on AWEE's website: http://www.awee.org/whatsnew.html.

Career Development Specialist

AWEE has two openings; working on two different, but related programs. The first is working in our Women Living Free Program; helping women who are enrolled in our classes during the last 6 months of their prison term. This program supports them as they transition from prison to the community and into the workforce. The second CDS position will be working on our WIA-Adult program and will be housed at our East Phoenix Office, 3336 N. 32 nd St., Phoenix.

Project Director

The Project Director will implement AWEE's new Paths to Living Free Program, This program supports women and men who have been released recently from prison. The director will be the project liaison to the Department of Labor, all sub-contractors, corrections officials and community partners. The Director will supervise staff and report on the successes and challenges of the program to the President & CEO and the Vice President.


The AWEE Controller will be responsible for all financial related matters within the organization, including budget development, cost controls, agency and grant reporting, financial forecasting, daily accounting activity (payroll, A/P, A/R). The controller will be working closely with and be directly supervised by the President & CEO.

Job Developer

The Job Developer is responsible for engaging employers and industry in the AWEE Paths to Living Free program for recently-released ex-offenders. The Job Developer will create employment opportunities benefiting project participants by developing linkages to transitional and permanent employment opportunities.

Program Assistant

AWEE currently has two openings for programs assistants. One will work under the supervision of the Vice President. The second will support AWEE's new Paths to Living Free Program under the supervision of the Project Director.


Part-Time Office Assistant - Arizona Foundation for Resource Education (Phoenix)

Looking for experienced general office worker who wants extra income, flexible hours mid-day (as the projects require). Work 12-20 hours per week, as needed. Hourly pay; benefits include some holidays only. Hours most likely 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. but may need to be flexible Monday through Friday. To start as soon as qualified candidate is selected.

Work Duties: Support office staff, Reception (phones and visitors), Reproduction and training materials assembly, Mail processing, Inventory of instructional materials, Workroom and kitchen management, (stocked, clean, etc.), General office (filing, typing, etc.), Some accounting, Assist with preparations for education workshops.

Qualifications: Must be able to dependably work with flexible hours, depending on work load, excellent computer skills, Excellent customer/communication skills, Detailed and accurate work, Hard working, organized, type to roll up your sleeves and dig in, Able to lift and carry boxes of paper/books weighing 40 pounds, Able to do lifting, bending, step ladders, lots of standing, Proven high-quality performance in other jobs.

Resume and references required. Contact Cheri Hewitt at cheri.hewitt@afre.org.


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