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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

December 19, 2007

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What's New

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15th Annual Nonprofit Conference on Sustainability Strategies, Mission and Messaging: Cutting Through the Noise

Over 300 leaders in the sector attended the 15th Annual Nonprofit Conference on Sustainability Strategies, Mission and Messaging: Cutting Through the Noise, Nov. 29-30, 2007.

  • The conference featured national speakers Chuck Gould, Executive Director and CEO of Volunteers of America in Washington, D.C., and Joselyn Zivin, Vice President of Lipman Hearne in Chicago.  
  • Attendees participated in 15 workshops focusing on nonprofit marketing, communications and public relations.
  • Following lunch, a panel of local media experts answered questions from attendees, including how to pitch the media, what makes a good story, and how the media and nonprofits can work together.
  • Dave Sherman of Connection Pros gave a lively, interactive closing address on how to elevate your elevator speech: sharing what you do in 30 seconds or less.

The Center wishes to thank its generous conference sponsors: Qwest, First National Bank of Arizona, The Arizona Republic, Avnet, M&I, APS, Fennemore Craig, US Airways, and US Bank.


Don't miss these upcoming ASU Nonprofit Management Institute (NMI) courses and topical workshops!

Communications Strategies for Team Building - Topical Workshop
Jan. 2 - 3, 9 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. each day

Utilizing proven communication tools and knowledge is paramount to building effective and successful teams in both for-profit and nonprofit organizations. This dynamic workshop provides applicable knowledge and tools for building and maintaining effective teams within the organization.

Results-Oriented Program Evaluation - NMI 108
Jan. 11 - 12, 2008, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Friday, 9 a.m. - noon Saturday

In today’s environment of shrinking resources, growing demand and competing priorities, a manager needs information in order to make sound decisions about where and how to focus resources to achieve desired results consistent with the agency’s purpose. This class covers the design and implementation of a results oriented program evaluation system that produces valid, credible and useful information.

All courses take place at the Mercado at the ASU Downtown Center, 502 E. Monroe in Phoenix.

Visit http://nmi.asu.edu/ to register today!



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Annual Executive of the Year and Awards of Excellence

The Arizona Society of Association Executives (AzSAE) is proud to announce the recipients of the Annual Executive of the Year and Awards of Excellence.

The Executive of the Year is the highest recognition given by AzSAE to the Chief Staff Executive of an association in Arizona that exemplifies the very best in association management, continually bringing credit to the profession and to the entire association community. This year’s recipient is: Carol Watkins, CAE, Executive Director, and National Dental EDI Council. AzSAE also recognizes outstanding programs and projects implemented by associations in Arizona. This year's recipients are:

External Affairs: American Council of Engineering Companies of Arizona

Education: American Subcontractors Association of Arizona, Inc.

Creative Funding: Arizona Concrete Contractors Association

Communication: International Dark-Sky Association

Membership: National Speakers Association Cutting Edge: Arizona Nursery Association

For more info, visit http://www.azsae.com.


Shared Office Space Available for Small Nonprofit

Convenient Tempe Location - 2 private offices with windows and cubicle area for 2. Shared space includes a large furnished conference room, Copy Room, Restrooms and Kitchenette. It includes utilities, phones, DSL, full color copier/printer, covered parking, storage space and Nonprofit Resource Library. Please contact Michelle Tetschner, phone: 480.491.0540, email: michelle@nonprofitORG.info.


Jewish Community Foundation Announces 2008 Call for Grants

Applications for 2008 grants are now available from the Jewish Community Foundation of Southern Arizona. Non-profit organizations with tax exempt status are encouraged to apply. Through its grants program, the Foundation seeks to ensure financial resources for the continued vitality of institutions and activities that promote Jewish identify, support a high quality of Jewish life, and benefit the people of Southern Arizona and Jewish communities around the world.

The deadline to submit completed applications is Feb. 18, 2008.

Organizations interested in applying for a grant are strongly encouraged to attend the Jewish Community Foundation’s Agency Open Forum on January 10, at the Jewish Federation of Southern Arizona’s Board Room. Reservations are required.

To receive an application and information, please email grants@jcftucson.org or call 577-0388.

Funding for the Foundation’s 2008 grants is provided by the Zuckerman Family Endowment Fund, Dr. Samuel & Sylvia Zaidenberg Endowment Fund, William & Doris Rubin Endowment Fund, Ida & Patricia Brodsky Memorial Endowment Fund, and Marilyn Haas Community Youth Fund.

The American Association of Grant Professionals AZ Announces 2008 Chapter Election Results

The Arizona Chapter of AAGP is proud to announce the slate of new chapter officers for 2008.  Assuming the office of President is Matthew Hanson, Grant Administrator for the City of Goodyear.  Cecilia A. Young, Development Officer for the Yuma County Library District will serve as Vice President, Dave Smithwick, Federal Grant Coordinator and Police Research Analyst with the Phoenix Police Department will serve as Treasurer and, serving as Chapter Secretary is Mary Anne Doty, Director of Development with Junior Achievement of Arizona.

The new officers wish to acknowledge the outgoing officers, Nancy Mager, Lynn Timmons, Laurie Pierce and Lisa Kaiser for their outstanding effort in growing this young chapter. With 58 active members, this is the largest chapter in the United State!.

For questions e-mail to nmager@pima.edu.


Nominations Sought for Hon Kachina Volunteer Award

The Hon Kachina Council is conducting its annual statewide search for outstanding volunteers whose contributions qualify them to be nominated for the well-known Hon Kachina Volunteer Award.

If you know of someone who has dedicated their time and resources to causes that include health care, neighborhood revitalization, youth and senior activities, the arts, education, food banks and nutrition services, justice, housing and social services, please nominate them for the 2008 award.

The recipients will be honored at an exclusive awards presentation in September at Camelback Inn-A J.W. Marriott Resort & Spa. Each winner will receive the coveted hand-carved Hon Kachina doll, the most powerful healing Kachina in the Hopi Indian culture plus a cash award for their nonprofit organization.

To receive nomination forms visit the Hon Kachina Volunteer Awards web site at http://www.honkachina.org and either complete the form and submit on line or print it out the PDF and mail to: 3104 East Camelback Road, Suite 212, Phoenix, Arizona 85016. All nominations must be postmarked or submitted electronically no later than Monday, Jan. 28, 2008. Any individual, high school age and older, is eligible

Special Olympics Arizona Appoints New Board Members

Special Olympics Arizona (SOAZ) announced it has appointed Don Garner of Alliance Bank, Don Sager of Civil Search International, and Tom Harris of the Arizona Diamondbacks to its board of directors.  

For more information, visit: http://www.soaz.org.


The Employees Community Fund of Boeing Mesa Awards $30,000 Crystal Vision Award

The Employees Community Fund of Boeing Mesa has selected Junior Achievement of Arizona as the recipient of its 2007 Crystal Vision Award. The 2007 ECF Crystal Vision Award is a $30,000 grant intended as one-time ‘seed’ funding for a new and innovative program. The Employees Community Fund of Boeing Mesa established a Crystal Vision Award program to acknowledge the plans and vision of a nonprofit agency’s community service program. The ECF Board of Directors presented the grant award to Junior Achievement (JA) on November 12th at a special event at Boeing.

JA will use the grant to implement a new, innovative program called JA Finance Park. Targeted to 7th & 8th graders, JA Finance Park will introduce students to personal finance and career explorations through classroom instruction complemented by a day-long, hands-on experience/simulation where students apply learned concepts in a life-like community. JA Finance Park meets a critical need to teach youth how to manage their finances; this is especially true in Arizona where a recent study gave Arizona an ‘F’ in financial prosperity.

For further information, contact Mesa ECF at MesaECF@boeing.com.



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Just Grantsmanship Essentials - Just Grants! Arizona
Dec. 27 (Phoenix)

Overview: Here's everything you need to get started on your way to grantseeking success:

  • You'll explore the essential rules of the grantsmanship "gameboard," including mission-driven grantsmanship, the power of partnership, effective program planning, funder research and relationships, and creating winning proposals.
  • You'll discover how the overall grants process works and how you can contribute to your organization's grantseeking success.
  • You'll learn the six key planning questions that must be answered in any successful grant request.
  • You'll learn the key strategies and resources for zeroing in quickly on those funders most likely to be interested in your project or service.
  • And you'll leave with three of the most powerful tools you need to get you started on your way to grants success.

Date/Time: Dec. 27, 1-4:30 p.m.

Location: Phoenix

Cost: Registrations at $50 each. Go to http://www240.ssldomain.com/azgrants/secure/store/moreinfo.cfm?Product_ID=98, select the quantity "2" (for the two paid registrations), then in the "Comments" box, include the names and e-mail addresses of all three people you are registering, including the one who will be attending free. Contact Sally Clifford, at 602-230-5326 ext. 11 or toll-free 1-866-472-6878 ext. 11. Or e-mail: sally.clifford@grantsusa.net.


Trends Affecting Volunteerism - Quality of Life Community Services
Jan. 16 (Glendale)

Overview: Quality of Life Community Services, Inc. is sponsoring a workshop called Trends Affecting Volunteerism. The presenter will be Lucia Causey previously the Executive Director of the Volunteer Center of Maricopa County and presently the President of the Assistance League of the East Valley. Objectives of the workshop are: identifying trends that are affecting you, your volunteers, and your organization; creating strategies to accommodate changes brought about by these trends; and learning to better understand how to work with a more diverse base of volunteers.

Date/Time: Jan. 16, 9 - 11 a.m.

Location: Quality of Life, 7206 N. 55th Ave., Glendale, 85301, 623-937-9034.

Cost: $25.00 and pre-registration is required no later than January 14, 2008. Seating is limited to 20.

Other upcoming workshops are: Motivating the Volunteer; Effective Training Techniques; and Recognizing Your Volunteers..


LearningPoint Workshops - Volunteer Center for Southern Arizona
Jan. 18, Jan. 23

Overview: Register online at http://www.volunteersoaz.org , click on the link for LearningPoint. Contact: Marilyn Robinson (520)881-3300 Ext: 136

Date/Time: Jan. 18, 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Location: Volunteer Center of Southern Arizona, 924 N. Alvernon Way, Tucson, AZ/85711.

Presenter: Catherine Land, Grants Manager, Amphitheater Unified School District

Topic: How to find grant money and how to write effective proposals

Date/Time: Jan. 23, 8 a.m. - 12 noon.

Location: Volunteer Center of Southern Arizona, 924 N. Alvernon Way, Tucson, AZ/85711.

Presenter: Scott Ingram, Dir. Programs, Volunteer Ctr. Of Southern Arizona

Topic: Board development, governance, and strategic planning.


Phoenix Grants Forum - Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits
Feb. 12 (Phoenix)

Overview: This forum connects grant seekers from nonprofits with funders to learn about opportunities for partnership.

Scheduled presenters: Mary Thomson, BHHS Legacy Foundation; others to be announced

The Alliance is proud to partner with the City of Phoenix, Arizona Grantmakers Forum, JUST GRANTS! Arizona and the Association of Grant Professionals Arizona Chapter to connect you to funding partners in our community. The Phoenix Grants Forum is held four times each year -- twice in the fall and twice in the spring. For 11 years, this session has been one of the premier opportunities for nonprofits and funders to learn from one another.

Date/Time: Feb. 12, 9 - 11 a.m.

Location: Desert Botanical Garden, 1201 N. Galvin Parkway, Phoenix

Cost: $25; $15 for Members of the Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits and the Association of Grant Professionals

For more information: http://www.arizonanonprofits.org/events/eventdetail.aspx?id=97

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Executive Director - Wingspan (Tucson)

Description: Wingspan, one of the nation's top LGBT community centers, seeks a dynamic leader with a passion for lesbian/gay/bisexual/transgender issues and community building. The Executive Director must demonstrate a commitment to the goals of the center (see http://www.wingspan.org), a thorough understanding of LGBT issues, and the ability to manage growth in an orderly and sustainable manner. The ideal candidate will possess exceptional administrative, fundraising, human/community relations, advocacy, and leadership skills. Full description is available at http://www.wingspan.org/ed


  • Bachelor's degree in public or business administration, nonprofit management, human services, or a related field.
  • Minimum of 3 years experience in senior management role, including the recruitment, supervision, and motivation of professional staff.
  • Proven experience in communication, media relations, human resource management, fiscal management, community relations, and fundraising.
  • Knowledge of LGBT issues and community based organizations.
  • Strong leadership skills and experience.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and sensitivity to cultural diversity

How to apply: Open until filled; first review of applications begins Jan. 14, 2008. Apply online: Submit letter of interest, resume with dates of employment, and names, addresses, and phone numbers of three professional references to the Executive Director Search Committee at http://www.wingspan.org/ed.


Executive Director - Alzheimer's Association, New Mexico Chapter (Albuquerque)

Description: The New Mexico Chapter of the Alzheimer's Association is recruiting a chief executive to manage its $1 million chapter on a state-wide level. This position requires leadership and direction of chapters staff and volunteers to position the chapter and its programs to maximize fund development opportunities, develop programs to meet diverse community needs, and ensure strong advocacy efforts to improve public awareness and public policy.


  • Master’s degree in public administration, health management, business administration, or a related field.
  • At least 5 years demonstrated success in a senior management position in non-profit or business, experience in providing leadership to nonprofit Boards of Directors.
  • Strong computer skills, significant and varied fund development experience, knowledge of accounting, payroll, tax and financial reporting requirements, and success in representing a non-profit organization to donors and the public.

How to apply: Send your resume, cover letter and salary history to: NMHR@alz.org or Greg Gillogly, c/o Granfors Realty, LLC, 9500 Montgomery NE, #214, Albuquerque, NM 87111, Attention: Search Committee, Alzheimer's Association, New Mexico Chapter.


President & CEO - Lupus Foundation of America, Arizona Chapter, Inc. (Phoenix)

Description: The Lupus Foundation of America, Arizona Chapter (LFAAC) is seeking an energetic, experienced nonprofit professional to serve as its President & CEO. The mission of LFAAC is to inform, educate and promote awareness and understanding of lupus, and to support those affected by the disease. The Chapter is headquartered in Phoenix.


  • Bachelor's degree (master’s preferred).
  • A minimum of 4 years of successful nonprofit management leadership.
  • Significant fundraising experience and accomplishments.
  • Experience working with a volunteer Board of Directors.
  • Budgeting and financial acumen.

Find out more about the organization at http://www.lupusarizona.org/index.html

How to apply: Interested candidates should EMAIL a cover letter, resume and salary requirements by Dec. 30, 2007 to John Paul, Association Works, jpaul@associationworks.com, P.O. Box 741325, Dallas, Texas, 75374.


Administrative Assistant - Communities In Schools of Arizona (Phoenix)

Description: Communities In Schools of Arizona is currently searching for a team-oriented individual to serve as Administrative Assistant responsible for management of the administrative functions of the office. General office management duties will include answering phones, handling incoming & outgoing correspondence, database management, scheduling, supply management, basic accounting/financial duties, report generation and meeting coordination.


  • Associate's degree or four years progressive office experience preferred.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel and Outlook) and administrative and financial duties required.
  • A high level of communication skills, schedule flexibility and the ability to handle multiple tasks is also necessary.

How to apply: E-mail cover letter, salary history and resume to cisa@cisarizona.org or fax to 602-252-5314. Please indicate Administrative Assistant Position in the subject line.


Administrative Assistant - National Association of Exclusive Buyer Agents (Avondale)

Description: The National Association of Exclusive Buyer Agents located in Avondale is seeking a part-time administrative assistant, up to 20 hours per week. Duties include answering the phone, data entry, member services, event registration, and general administration. Travel to annual conference possible.

Qualifications: Successful candidates will be enthusiastic, detail-oriented, dependable, and experienced with Microsoft Word and Excel. Experience with Avectra is a plus, but not required.

How to apply: Resumes should be e-mailed to kkahl@naeba.info.org or faxed to 888-623-2211.


On Call Front Desk Administrator - Ballet Arizona (Phoenix)

Description: The On-Call Front Desk Administrator provides evening and weekend administrative support to staff, teachers, parents & students of the School of Ballet Arizona (SBAZ). Some duties include: Maintaining knowledge of SBAZ mission, policies and programs, providing administrative support on a daily basis (provide reception support, assist in maintaining all registration records), working under the direction of the School Registrar. The administrator reports to the School Business Manager.

To read more about the position, please visit http://www.balletaz.org/eoffice/taf/_balletaz.taf?mnid=about&smid=1123862498.


Senior Manager - Chapter Performance, Make-A-Wish Foundation of America (Phoenix)

Description: This position works with an assigned case load of chapters, providing on-site intervention and support in the areas of chapter operations, wish granting, fundraising, financial management and board development. Ensures chapter adherence to the national policies, and serves as a consultant to assigned chapter staff and chapter board leadership.


  • Bachelor’s degree and five years of relevant experience in nonprofit organizations.
  • Demonstrated experience in fundraising, program delivery, volunteer recruitment, training, and community development required.
  • Excellent communication, presentation, conflict-management and problem-solving skills are also required. In addition, strong negotiation skills and the ability to travel for job-related functions are a necessity.

How to apply: Submit resume and cover letter stating the position you are applying for to: Human Resources, Make-A-Wish Foundation of America, Fax: 602-279-0855, Email:hr@wish.org.


Project Manager II - Scottsdale Public Art (Scottsdale)

Description: This position is responsible for direct day-to-day management of 5-10 public art projects in development ranging from direct artist commissions/purchases to integrated site work. The project manager manages project activity related to: project programming and planning, artist selection, contract development, negotiation, monitoring, and implementation; artist support and supervision related to design, fabrication, and installation, serves as project liaison to city staff, client departments, project design teams, public and others.


  • Bachelor's degree (B. A.) from four-year college or university in art history, studio art, arts administration, public administration, urban planning, architecture and two years in public art.
  • Combination of education and experience required.
  • Public art project management experience is preferred.
  • Must be available to work occasional evenings and weekends.

How to apply: Send your letter of interest and resume to Resumes@sccarts.org.


Director of Operations - Boys & Girls Clubs of the East Valley (Tempe)

Description: The Boys & Girls Clubs of the East Valley is seeking a Director of Operations to oversee the operations and programs of eleven branches in the East Valley with the primary duties: staff career development and training; supervising two Area Directors, the IT department, and the Marketing/Public Relations department; facility liability and program insurance; facility and budget management; community relations; and other duties as assigned.


  • Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university.
  • Minimum of five years work experience in a nonprofit agency operations management and supervision, with at least two years running a youth-development branch.
  • Considerable knowledge of the mission, objectives, policies, programs and procedures of Boys & Girls Clubs; principles and practices of nonprofit organizations.
  • Demonstrated ability to organize direct and coordinate operations, personnel supervision, facilities management, and budget management.

How to apply: Interested candidates should email a cover letter, resume, and salary requirements by Dec. 21, 2007, to Ramon Elias, CEO/President Boys & Girls Clubs of the East Valley, ramone@clubzona.com. Visit our website at http://www.clubzona.org for more information about our organization.


Finance Administrative Assistant - Science Foundation Arizona (Phoenix)

Description: Performs detailed finance and accounting related assignments requiring superb organizational and clerical skills. Duties include: Responsible for operating  income, generate invoices, perform bank deposits, maintain donor files/tracking/reporting, prepare donor acknowledgements, petty cash Reconciliation and Management, business credit card reconciliation, generate presidents expense reimbursement, order supplies, generate & maintain physical inventory.


  • Proficiency in Microsoft Windows XP and MS Office Software applications, including Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook.
  • Knowledge of QuickBooks software and Macintosh computers preferred.
  • Skill in Performing detailed numerical computations.
  • Four years directly related experience, OR certificate in Secretarial Science AND two years of directly related experience, OR, any equivalent combination of experience, training and/or education approved by management.

For more information: Contact Pat Young: phone (602) 682-2850, email patricia.young30@gmail.com

Fundraising / Financial

Accountant - Arizona Women's Education & Employment (Phoenix)

Description: The Accountant will provide daily financial support (payroll, A/P, A/R). The Accountant will be working closely with and be directly supervised by the AWEE Controller.


  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting.
  • Three years nonprofit accounting experience.
  • Familiarity with Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 and nonprofit accounting ramifications.
  • Ability to work independently with minimum supervision and as a member of a team, demonstrating flexibility and interpersonal skills.
  • Strong Microsoft Office applications skills (Word, Excel, Outlook, Access) with an emphasis on Excel skills.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills.
  • Strong organizational and data entry skills.
  • Valid Arizona driver’s license and current automobile insurance.
  • Bilingual English/Spanish preferred.

For more information: Please contact Kathie Rudolph: phone: 602.223.4333, e-mail: kathierudolph@awee.org.


Grant Writer - Neighborhood Housing Services of Southwestern Maricopa County (Maricopa)

Description: Looking for a professional grant writer with expertise in housing and micro lending issues. Please contact Tony Banegas phone: 602-515-3146, email: tbanegas@azfoundation.org.


Development Associate - Arizona Opera (Phoenix)

Description: Arizona Opera seeks a full time Development Associate. This position works closely with the Senior Director of Development. The development team is responsible for all contributed revenue streams, including annual gifts, sponsorships, grants, planned giving, and contributions to the endowment, generating 45% of the company’s annual $6.9 million operating budget. The department manages the identification, cultivation, solicitation, administration, and stewardship of all development activities. The Development assists the Senior Director of Development and the entire development team in donor cultivation, stewardship and acknowledgments, and maintenance of the donor database.  

How to apply: For a complete job listing, visit http://www.azopera.com. Interested applicants should send a cover letter and resume to Debra Harrison, Executive Director, at dharrison@azopera.com or via mail at: Arizona Opera, 4600 N 12th Street, Phoenix, AZ  85014.


Assistant Controller - Phoenix Art Museum (Phoenix)

Description: Phoenix Art Museum is seeking an Assistant Controller to manage, direct, and supervise the accounting and related financial activities of the Museum, and maintain the professional standards of financial management. Job duties include: Manage the operations and activities of the Museums accounting functions including general ledger, payroll, accounts receivable, accounts payable, and revenue, monitor cash transfers as required, provide accounting for fixed assets and reconcile the fixed asset to the general ledger monthly, review accounting activities, transactions, and reconciliations; ensure accuracy and compliance with all regulations and with generally accepted accounting principles, research and analyze information and financial reports, summaries, statistical data, findings and recommendations, assist the Controller with managing department budgets, and with developing department goals, objectives and strategic planning documents.


  • Bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance or related field; CPA preferred.
  • A minimum of 5 years progressively responsible accounting experience.
  • Supervisory experience preferred; nonprofit or retail experience preferred.
  • Knowledge of: Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP); account reconciliation practices, procedures, and techniques, journal entry preparation, financial statement preparation methods;

How to apply: Submit cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to JOB CODE ANCR-ACON Email: HR@phxart.org, mail: Human Resources, Phoenix Art Museum, 1625 N. Central Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85004-1685, Fax: 602-257-2127.


Senior Manager - Make-A-Wish Foundation of America (Phoenix)

Description: This position serves as the manager of major national corporate accounts and chapter fund-raising programs. The candidate will provide leadership and supervision to the account management/cultivation team responsible for developing and implementing major national corporate alliances which provide funding and in-kind resources for the Foundation. The individual manages staff, workflow, account assignments, cultivation strategies, and renewal negotiations.


  • Bachelor’s degree, five years experience in non-profit or public agency fund-raising, sales, or marketing, and two years experience in a supervisory role.
  • Demonstrated ability in national account management, excellent communication and presentation skills, and experience in expense and revenue budgeting required.
  • Knowledge of workplace giving programs desired.
  • Ability to travel for job-related duties is a necessity.

How to apply: Submit resume and cover letter stating the position you are applying for to: Human Resources, Make-A-Wish Foundation of America, 3550 N. Central Avenue, Suite 300, Phoenix, AZ 85012; Fax: 602-279-0855; Email: hr@wish.org.


Accounting Assistant - Neighborhood Housing Services of Phoenix, Inc. (Phoenix)

Description: Neighborhood Housing Services of Phoenix, Inc., located in Central Phoenix, is seeking an accounting assistant. It is a part time position: 15 hrs/week. Duties include A/P, A/R, and General Ledger entries. This is a great opportunity for an accounting student to gain experience while pursuing your degree. To learn more about our organization, please visit us on the web http://www.nhsphoenix.org.

How to apply: Please contact: Cheri Lanzafame, Staff Accountant, Neighborhood Housing Services of Phoenix, Inc., 1405 E. McDowell Rd., Suite 100, Phoenix, AZ 85006, phone: (602) 258-1659 ext 212, email: cheril@nhsphoenix.org.


Grant Writer - Save the Family Foundation of Arizona (Mesa)

Description: Save the Family, an East Valley transitional housing program for homeless families with children is in need of a full-time in-house Grant Writer. This position is responsible for managing and expanding the grant program which includes the following: writing all funding applications, grant presentations, researching grant opportunities, and coordinating/leading all of the activities of the grant program. This position serves under the direction of the Executive Director. Save the Family seeks a creative experienced grant writer who is able to connect grant opportunities with the agency’s needs.


  • 3 years experience in grant writing (non-profit), strong research, writing, planning, organization and problem solving skills, with a high level of diplomacy.
  • Ability to organize and multi-task multiple projects concurrently.
How to apply: Send resumes to teresag@savethefamily.org

Director of Finance and Accounting - Catholic Community Foundation - DPC (Phoenix)

Description: This full-time position is responsible for all fiscal operations and financial matters of the Foundation. Specifically, the position directs the daily operations of the Finance and Accounting area for the Catholic Community Foundation (CCF). Essential job functions: Prepares and maintains the Foundations financial records and statements in conformance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), and industry audit standards. Financial records include but are not limited to accounts receivable/payable, check disbursements/receipts, payroll, cash management, bank reconciliation, deposits, investments, fund accounts and journal entries.


  • Ability to utilize advanced computer skills to access data, maintain records, generate reports and communicate with others.
  • Working knowledge of accounting from journal entry to financial statement reporting; working knowledge of accepted accounting practices; the ability to effectively communicate both orally and in writing to CCF staff, internal/external agencies and the general public from diverse socio-economic background.
  • Ability to work independently with considerable latitude for judgment and initiative; possess demonstrated quantitative and analytical skills; and the creativity, flexibility and ability to work as an effective team member.
  • Knowledge of Catholic Church teachings preferred and nonprofit work experience preferred.
  • Bachelor’s degree in business or accounting with five years of accounting and managerial experience in a computerized environment.

How to apply: E-mail resume and cover letter to applicants@diocesephoenix.org, mail to Human Resources, Diocese of Phoenix, 400 E. Monroe Street, Phoenix, Arizona 85004, or fax to (602) 354-2428.


Director of Development - The Tucson Children's Museum (Tucson)

Description: The Director of Development is responsible for managing the Museum’s giving programs, including but not limited to oversight of annual appeal, prospect research, grant writing, special events, planned giving and capital and endowment campaigns. Also takes the lead position in developing strategy and managing the Museum’s image/relations in Southern Arizona.


  • Bachelor’s degree is required. Master’s degree is preferred.
  • Five years experience in resource development is required. CFRE is preferred.
  • Demonstrated success cultivating and closing major gifts from private individuals, corporations, and foundations.  Five years experience in grant writing is preferred.
  • Experience serving as lead staff for a capital campaign is desirable. Ability to define and achieve annual and capital development objectives. 
  • Ability to motivate others – both volunteers and staff. Knowledge of donor/member and gift record-keeping data bases.
  • Excellent verbal, written, analytical and problem-solving skill. Spanish language proficiency desired.

How to apply: Please send a cover letter, your resume and 3 professional references to: Director of Development Search, Tucson Children’s Museum, P.O. Box 2609, Tucson, AZ 85702. Visit us online at http://www.tucsonchildrensmuseum.org.

Public Relations / Marketing / Communications

Marketing Manager - Free Arts of Arizona (Phoenix)

Description: The Marketing Manager is responsible for planning and executing major special events, including corporate sponsorship acquisition and carrying out the Free Arts of Arizona marketing plan including: producing electronic and print communications, managing event and marketing budgets, managing brand strategy, maintaining website content and updates, and executing public relations and media relations strategies.


  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Highly motivated self-starter; a confident leader; ability to sell and close the deal.
  • Strong attention to detail and ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously. Ability to develop and manage budgets.
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing, Communications, Journalism or related field.
  • 3 - 5 years experience in nonprofit marketing and/or special events field.
  • Bi-lingual English/Spanish preferred, but not required

How to Apply: Mail resume to Free Arts of Arizona, 103 W. Highland Avenue, Suite 200, Phoenix, AZ 85013 or email lviolanta@freeartsaz.org. For more information and a complete job description, visit http://www.freeartsaz.org.


Event/Marketing Intern -Arizona Citizens/Action for the Arts (Phoenix)

Description: The meetings and events intern will gain experience in event planning in a variety of forms, specifically through working on Arizona Citizens for the arts events, such as the 2008 Arizona Arts Congress and Governors Arts Awards Dinner. The ideal intern candidate will be enrolled in an undergraduate program that is applicable to the field (including, but not limited to: fundraising, event management, hospitality/hotel management, communications/public relations, or liberal arts). The candidate should possess interest in event planning.

Dates of service: January 2008 through May 2008 (with the possibility to continue). Positions may be renewed or reposted.

Number of hours per week; schedule: 5-12 (to be identified at the time of posting); weekly schedule to be determined by intern and supervisor.

How to apply: Arizona Citizens/Action for the Arts, info@azcitizensforthearts.org.

514 W. Roosevelt, Phoenix, AZ 85003, and Phone: 602-253-6535, Fax: 602-253-6547.


Lobbyist and Political Affairs Officer - Planned Parenthood Arizona (Phoenix)

Description: The successful candidate will be a dynamic self-starter with lobbying experience and established relationships in the State legislature. Knowledge of campaigns and political strategy and an understanding of grassroots organizing and coalition building are required. Knowledge of the legislative process is imperative. Statewide travel is required. Job responsibilities include working closely with the Director of Public Policy and the VP of Community Services to develop public policy priorities and agenda, and related strategies for implementation of a statewide public policy plan.


  • Bachelor’s degree or eight years equivalent work experience required. Advanced degree preferred. Five years work experience at the state level at a high level of responsibility in public policy, government relations, and legislative analysis.
  • Prefer direct experience and knowledge of Arizona government, local media, and Planned Parenthood issues.
  • Two years work experience in Arizona electoral campaigns.
  • Ability to organize, set priorities and use time efficiently with minimal supervision.
  • Must be able to establish partnerships with critical stakeholders and be able to communicate strategic concepts and ideas orally and in writing. Strategic thinking, vision and issues management are critical to this position.
  • Computer skills to accomplish writing responsibilities and effectively utilize the Planned Parenthood Advocates of Arizona website and e-network.

How to apply: Please submit your resume to uroesler@ppaz.org.


Vice President Communications - Valley of the Sun United Way (Phoenix)

Description: The person in this position will strategize, develop, organize and implement a multi-faceted communications program that will maintain and enhance the positive image of Valley of the Sun United Way among its customers and effectively inform these customers of key messages. Major responsibilities are: designs, develops and executes a comprehensive internal and external communication strategy using multiple formats and media; accountable for creating and implementing a comprehensive communication strategy to continue to reposition VSUW as a proactive catalyst for community improvement and for directing the development of philanthropic communications tailored to individual donors and prospects; consults other staff and departments on the utilization of created messages in all formats including special events and presentations.

For complete information: Please visit http://www.vsuw.org. Once there, click on About Us, then Career Opportunities. VSWU offers excellent benefits and a great working environment and is an E.O.E. Interested candidates should provide their information to us by Friday, Dec. 21.


Director of Public Relations and Development - Northwest Christian School (Phoenix)

Description: Northwest Christian School seeks to hire a Director of Public Relations and Development for the 2008-09 school year. The position requires experience in public relations, fundraising, development, and Web site design and development. The school is seeking a born again Christian with a passion and devotion for Christian education. Northwest Christian School provides a Bible-based program of education that enables preschool through 12th grade students to develop a Christian world view.

Expected start date: July 1, 2008

How to apply: Please email resume to Debbie Beckman at DBeckman@NorthwestChristianSchool.org, Phone: (602) 978-5134

Please visit http://www.NorthwestChristianSchool.org.

Director of Media Relations - American Cancer Society (Phoenix)

Description: The Director coaches and mentors all Division Communications Managers. Strategically and measurably enhances the awareness of the American Cancer Society and the availability/effectiveness of its programs and services. S/he reports to the Vice President Marketing/Communications, collaborates with Director of Communications, Director of Marketing and the Community Engagement team to ensure cohesive and integrated MarCom decisions and activities, consults with senior staff leaders, project team members, NHO staff, and industry experts across the 12-state area.


  • Bachelor’s degree in public relations/ media relations and/or equivalent experience, plus 5 years of project management experience.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Computer skills required.
  • Must be able to manage multiple projects, work and/or lead in teams and meet deadlines.
  • Extensive travel may be required, depending on business needs.

For more information: Please e-mail croder@cancer.org


Director of Marketing - American Cancer Society (Phoenix)

Description: Oversees traditional and online marketing efforts for the division. Generates and analyzes marketing and constituent research to align new and existing product initiatives with the division’s growth strategies. Creates promotional tools that support priority programs, including marketing collateral, web resources and campaign materials. Develops and sustains best practices for product prototyping and web and print production initiatives. Markets the American Cancer Society research program throughout the Division.


  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent combination of work experience and education.
  • Five years demonstrated successful experience related to marketing, product development, project management or related field.
  • Superb communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Proven expertise managing the marketing and product development cycle, and market testing.
  • Broad knowledge of market research and creative services industry.
  • Demonstrated success in a supervisory role.
  • Travel.

For more information: Please e-mail croder@cancer.org

Information Technology / Technical Support

Network Administrator - MAke-A-Wish Foundation of America (Phoenix)

Description: This position will provide administration and management of Windows and Linux servers, including server operation and security, application installations upgrades and support, server availability and networking initiatives. Position requirements include: installing and managing Windows 2003 and Redhat Linux servers, experience managing Active Directory, SQL 2005, Exchange 2003, thorough understanding of TCP/IP, routing, subnets, DNS, SMTP, proxy servers, backup strategies, disaster recovery operations, and experience configuring and managing Apache.


  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience in a related field and 5-7 years experience in a Systems Administrator role in a high availability production environment required.
  • Experience with large-scale environments, SAN, WAN, and fiber optic networking is desired.
  • Candidate must be able to work with a high degree of independence, and to work off-hours when necessary. Excellent time management, customer service and communication skills also required.

How to apply: Submit resume and cover letter stating the position you are applying for to: Human Resources, Make-A-Wish Foundation of America, Fax: 602-279-0855, Email:hr@wish.org.


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Maintenance, Facilities, and Food Service

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General Program / Coordinator

Community Organizer - American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Arizona (Phoenix)

Description: The Community Organizer will have to design and implement grassroots strategies to mobilize ACLU-AZ members to take meaningful action on ACLUs local, state and national civil liberties agenda, including non-litigation advocacy and coalition-building around key ACLU-AZ issues such as felon re-enfranchisement, racial profiling and immigrants rights; lead Arizona Rights Restoration Coalition to determine specific achievable priorities and develop a campaign to end Arizona’s felon voting ban; Plan and implement community education events, including town hall meeting, media events and forums and various other tasks.


  • Strong understanding of and commitment to civil rights issues.
  • At least two years experience with a labor union or community organization actively organizing for racial or social justice.
  • Excellent communication skills, including ability to motivate and interact effectively with people from different racial, social and economic backgrounds. (Ability to speak Spanish a plus).
  • Experience organizing issue-oriented campaigns.
  • Experience designing volunteer-based programs and managing volunteers.
  • Demonstrated ability for event development and coordination.
  • Ability to travel and work flexible hours, including evening and weekend meetings.

How to apply: Send a resume, cover letter, a brief writing sample and three references to ameetze@acluaz.org or to: Community Organizer Search ACLU-AZ, PO Box 17148, Phoenix, AZ 85012. Please indicate in your cover letter where you found this job listing.


Director of Health Policy - Children's Action Alliance (Phoenix)

Description: Children’s Action Alliance is accepting application for the Director of Health Policy. This position will provide leadership and manage projects to expand children’s health coverage and strengthen the quality of health care. The Director of Health Policy will: provide leadership and advocacy on legislative proposals to expand children’s health coverage and strengthen health services; conduct research and policy analysis; prepare fact sheets and reports; promote effective outreach to enroll eligible children in AHCCCS and KidsCare; and work with lawmakers, state officials, the media and the health community to expand children’s access to health care.


  • Graduate degree and three years of experience.
  • Excellent analytic and writing skills and knowledge of health policy.
How to apply: Send cover letter and resume to: Dana Naimark, Health Policy Position, Children’s Action Alliance, 4001 N. 3rd Street, Suite #160, Phoenix, AZ 85012 or email hr@azchildren.org. Visit http://www.azchildren.org a complete job description

Americorp/Vista Volunteer - AZ Women's Education & Employment (Phoenix)

Description: The Americorp/Vista volunteer works under the supervision of the Project Director for the Paths to Living Free project, funded by the Department of Labor Prisoner Re-entry Initiative Grant. The Prisoner Re-entry Initiative Grant assists ex-offenders in recognizing their employment, education and/or training related opportunities and assures that participants are adequately prepared for job search/placement and/or education.

This position is a volunteer position and a one year commitment.


  • Excellent verbal and writing skills.
  • Experience coordinating a project and/or a group of volunteers.
  • Strong organizational skills.
  • Proficient in computer applications such as Microsoft Office.
  • Bilingual preferred.

For more information: Please contact Kathie Rudolph, phone: 602.223.4333, email: kathierudolph@awee.org.


Director of Education - Arizona Community Foundation (Phoenix)

Description: The Director of Education serves as the strategic and tactical manager of the Arizona Community Foundation's (ACF) work in public education reform in Arizona. In this role, the Director raises public awareness of the state of public education in Arizona, supervises continuing research into the state of public education in the state, convenes representatives of organizations and agencies around education issues, and leads initiative and grantmaking in the subject area of education.


  • Doctorate or master's degree is preferred.
  • Applicant must have; at least five years experience in administration, expertise in the development and implementation of education programs/reform, and experience in negotiating and managing complex projects and collaborative relationships.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills required; Spanish language skills are a plus.

How to apply: Submit resume with cover letter to Sharon Ellis, HR Officer, at sellis@azfoundation.org by Jan. 4, 2008.


Reproductive Freedom Program Coordinator - ACLU of Arizona (Phoenix)

Description: Duties include managing, researching, writing, editing and coordinating projects for abstinence-plus campaign or other identified by the Executive Director including, but not limited to, preparing policy pieces, fact sheets, public education materials and internal materials for coalition members; facilitating, staffing and supporting a statewide coalition by providing administrative assistance and backup for the various organizations joining the campaign.


  • Bachelor’s degree or relevant experience working with broad-based coalitions.
  • Intimate knowledge of current civil liberties issues, including reproductive rights.
  • Ability to manage several complex writing projects simultaneously, often under strict deadline pressure.
  • Ability to put in flexible hours and work evenings and occasional weekends in order to meet goals.
  • Demonstrated ability to facilitate meetings, including appropriate scheduling of meetings, plan and follow a successful meeting agenda, facilitate group discussions and decisions, and follow-up with meeting attendees.
How to apply: Please send letter of interest, resume, a short writing sample, and contact information for three references to: Alessandra Soler Meetze, Executive Director ACLU Foundation of Arizona P.O. Box 17148 Phoenix, AZ 85011-0148. Applications may also be submitted by fax to 602-650-1376 or by email to ameetze@acluaz.org

Resource Development Coordinator - Communities In Schools of Arizona (Phoenix)

Description: Communities In Schools of Arizona is currently searching for a dynamic, team-oriented Resource Development Coordinator to work part-time 20 hours per week (M-F, afternoons) in the organizations school-based services program. General duties include: coordination of work in partner schools; training; technical assistance; meeting and resource coordination.


  • Minimum Associates Degree or three years progressive program experience. The successful candidate will have experience in the education, health or human service field.
  • A high level of communication skills, schedule flexibility (including nights and weekends) and the ability to handle multiple tasks and work under minimal supervision is required.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel and Outlook) is also required.
  • This position necessitates reliable transportation, a valid Arizona driver’s license and proof of current automobile insurance and successful completion of a background check. Bilingual candidate preferred.

How to apply: Email a cover letter, salary history and resume to cisa@cisarizona.org or fax to 602-252-5314. Please indicate PT Resource Development Coordinator Position in the subject line.


Career Development Specialist - Arizona Women's Education & Employment (Phoenix)

Description: The Career Development Specialist (CDS) works under the supervision of the Project Director for the Paths to Living Free project, funded by the Department of Labor Prisoner Re-entry Initiative Grant. The CDS knows and understands the requirements of the different AWEE funding streams, focusing on those requirements while keeping the participants needs paramount. This position is grant funded and available as funding is available.


  • Bachelor’s degree in Education or Social Service that includes an emphasis on workforce development.
  • Two years relevant work experience working with workforce development programs and/or economically disadvantaged individuals, may substitute for the educational requirements on a year-to-year basis.
  • Demonstrated communication skills to interface with internal and external customers.
  • Strong writing skills demonstrated in case notes and written communication with participants.
  • Strong Microsoft Office applications skills (Word, Excel, Outlook).
  • Demonstrated strong organizational skills.
  • Valid Arizona driver’s license. Current Automobile Insurance.

For more information: Please contact Kathie Rudolph, phone: 602.223.4333, email: kathierudolph@awee.org.


Site Manager - HIV Support Center of Flagstaff (Flagstaff)

Description: The Site Manager manages and coordinates all social support services for Northland Cares at its Flagstaff satellite office. This includes: taking and processing HOPWA (Housing Opportunities for People with AIDS) requests for housing and utility assistance from clients, obtaining releases of information, determining eligibility, securing appropriate documentation, conferring with clients’ Case Managers and the HOPWA Program Coordinator (Prescott), keeping client files, ensuring confidentiality, and writing monthly and yearly reports; and completing all necessary documentation, report writing, and information gathering as requested by the Executive Director. 


  • Bachelor’s degree required with background in social services, management, or finance preferable.
  • Knowledge of HIV/AIDS and the disease’s impact on individuals and families.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills that entail interacting with clients, vendors, physicians and practitioners.  Requires good telephone etiquette.
  • Competency with Microsoft Word, Outlook, and Excel spreadsheets.
  • Attendance at monthly staff meeting held the second Tuesday of each month in Prescott (travel allowance provided) from 12 to 1:30 PM.
  • High degree of comfort in working in a sex positive environment
  • Spanish language capabilities a plus;

How to apply: Please contact Michael J. Ruble, JD Executive Director, Northland Cares, PO Box 12264, Prescott, AZ  86304-2264, email: director@northlandcares.org, fax: 928-771-1767.                                                                                               

Medical / Health / Direct Service

Multiple Positions - The Guidance Center (Flagstaff)

Physicians Assistant
Description: The candidate should be a graduate of NCCPA, have substantial experience in Mental Health, PA license, DEA, & Fingerprint Card, or master’s in Nursing, ANCC certified in Adult Psychiatric Nursing Mental Heath , or MD trained in general Psychiatry. He is responsible for performing health care tasks at all Guidance Center sites. MD: is responsible for the medical and clinical services of the organization; supervises staff, directly and indirectly, & the delivery of clinical services.

Child &Family Services Involvement Specialist
Description: Position requires bachelor’s degree in Social Science or Human Services, or in another area with one year experience in the Human Service area. This position assists clients & their families in obtaining needed services. The Specialist works directly with children & their family members, community agencies & other resources to plan & implement the Individualized Service Plan (ISP)., provides case management & family support services per the NARBHA/Child Protective Services Program for In Home Services & attending & coordinating CFT.

Inpatient Social Worker
Description: The candidate should have a master’s degree in social work, three years experience post master’s degree. Primary function is to perform psychosocial assessments, discharge planning, & to facilitate family meetings.

Outpatient Substance Abuse Counselor
Description: The candidate requires master’s degree in a Behavioral Health Field, experience in providing crisis intervention services & counseling, knowledge of DSM IV diagnosis and treatment. He will provide outpatient counseling & other supportive covered services to eligible adult clients, maintain client records & required paperwork. An acceptable level of productivity is expected to be maintained as measured by billable hours/service value.

Adult Case Manager
Bachelor’s degree in Social Science or Human Services or in another area with one-year experience in Human Service, current driver’s license and MVD clearance to drive clinic vehicles are a must. Preferred experience: one year case management, prior experience with SMI population, CPR and First Aid.  This position will broker services for seriously mentally ill & adult mental health clients through coordination efforts with other clinical team members, supervised/independent living, and others within the community.  Home & community visits are an expectation of the position.

Security Guard
Description: Requires HS/GED and two (2) years safety experience. The position will provide front lobby security presence at night & lock up checks on an ongoing basis at the Vickey Street and Outpatient Services Facilities.

Lead Behavioral Health Specialist Description: Requires bachelor’s degree in a behavioral health field with 2 or more year’s experience. The responsibilities include coordination of shift assignments/coverage & communication related to client activities, behavior management, & implementation of treatment plans, providing care & safety to adults placed on the ITU & Recovery units. Care includes providing a therapeutic & educational program via Educational Protocols, assisting with recreational programs of clients monitoring of clients, assisting with transport needs.

CFS Greeting Receptionist Description: Requires HS Diploma or GED, two (2) years experience as a receptionist in a high volume contact setting, medical office or related education.
The main function of this position is to greet & check in clients, notify MPC’ s & clinicians of client arrivals and to perform packet reviews for Triage intakes.

Information Technology Training Specialist
Description: Requires experience in Microsoft products- Word, Excel, Powerpoint, HS Diploma/GED, ability to maintain confidentiality, strong organizational/time management skills, ability to interact professionally with staff, and able to adjust to changes. The main function of this position is to create, conduct, review & report company training programs. This position will conduct proactive activities to identify trends that may require adjustment or improvement & provide training & technical assistance to improve retention, recruiting & quality of life for employees.

Health Information Management Clerk
Description: Requires HS Diploma /GED. Two (2) years medical office experience preferred.  Functions of this position is to establish records for new clients, file & retrieve records in a timely manner, assure records are in proper order, sort staff mail & handle the releasing of information of the client record. This position must maintain confidentiality & the integrity of all clinical records.

Behavioral Health Specialist Description: Requires HS diploma or GED, 21 years of age.  Provide care & safety to clients in the Residential Substance Abuse Facility. Care includes providing a therapeutic & educational program via Educational Protocols, assisting with recreational programs of clients monitoring of clients, assisting with transport needs.

Peer Support Specialist Description: H S Diploma/GED, 21 years of age, completion of Peer Support Wrap Plan, two (2) years life experience in Mental Health (receiving or providing services for family member or self)  Under professional supervision assists clinical staff with various client care activities in a residential setting. May assist in client groups, provide transportation, assist clients in daily living activities, provide social and recreational activities, monitor & supervise client activity & provide other direct client services.

How to apply: Please contact: Khamsone Sirimanivong, Marketing & Community Development, 2187 N. Vickey Street, Flagstaff, AZ 86004
Direct: 928-714-6405  Marketing Cell: 928-606-4529
FAX: 928-714-6480


Multiple Positions - Native American Connections (Phoenix)

Clinical Supervisor - Intake - Directs the intake and administrative functions in support of the clinical staff and client care at Intensive Outpatient Substance Abuse Program.  Oversights of employees who provide daily operation of the following functions are included: Office and facility management; eligibility, intake, and assessment processing; facility budgetary oversight; and medical records processing and management.

Behavioral Health Specialist Manager - Experienced manager to direct and work with the Behavioral Health Specialist staff at women's level two residential facility. 

Training Coordinator - Seek a highly organized person who can train employees to use the Essential Learning on-line training and coordinate additional training events as needed. The ideal candidate will not necessarily facilitate all the training, but will coordinate internal and external trainers.

How to apply - Qualified, interested parties should    send a letter and resume or complete and application in one of the following manners: At NAC, 4520 N. Central, Suite 600, Phoenix, AZ 85012, Fax to 602-256-7356, Email to m.stilwell@nativeconnections.org . Visit our website at http://www.nativeconnections.org.

Housing Services

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Training and Education

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