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and tools that enhance nonprofit effectiveness
December 13, 2004
Welcome to the Arizona Nonprofit Community Report.
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*Save the Date*
The 7th Annual Forum on Nonprofit Effectiveness - Social Enterprise
March 3 & 4
The Center for Nonprofit Leadership and Management's 7th Annual Forum on Nonprofit Effectiveness: March 3 - 4, 2005. The topic for this Forum is Social Enterprise: building service capacity through non-traditional approaches and strategic thinking for long-range sustainability.
Who should attend:
- CEO's of nonprofit organizations
- Board volunteers
- Government partners
- Corporate partners
- Faith community
This Annual Forum on Nonprofit Effectiveness is designed to stimulate thought about best practices in nonprofit leadership and organizational effectiveness as well as provide affordable access to the latest and most innovative thinking on core issues.
As details become available they will be presented in this newsletter and at our website at http://nonprofit.asu.edu.
Just Released: The 2004 Nonprofit Compensation and
The Center for Nonprofit Leadership and Management
has recently published the 2004 Nonprofit Compensation and
Benefits Report. This 86-page report contains compensation
data on 59 nonprofit positions, findings on benefits and paid
time-off, and detailed salary and demographic information on executive
directors and development directors.
All nonprofits that completed the survey will receive a complimentary
copy of the report. Organizations and individuals that did not
complete the survey can purchase the report.
Click here for detailed information, sample pages, and an order form.
The latest issue of Nonprofit Research Abridged is titled
"Executive Compensation in Maricopa County Nonprofit Organizations"
and contains highlights from the report.
Click here to view the highlight publication.
Now Available! - Nonprofit Management Institute Spring 2005 Schedule
The Spring 2005 schedule of classes for the Nonprofit Management Institute is now available at our website with registration beginning immediately. Arizona State University continues its commitment to nonprofit professional development with an array of courses being offered at the Downtown Center. Among the course offerings slated for the coming semester: Strategic Management, Results-Oriented Program Evaluation, Financial Management for Nonprofit Organizations, Leadership and Ethics in the Nonprofit Sector, Press, Power & Politics, and Marketing for the Nonprofit Organization. For more information visit the Center for Nonprofit Leadership and Management website at http://www.asu.edu/copp/nonprofit/edu/nmi_front.htm or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Nonprofit Community Holiday Party
Please join The Organization for Nonprofit
Executives and The Center for Nonprofit Leadership and management
for the Nonprofit Community Holiday Party. Meet old friends
and Mix & Mingle. There will be a cash bar and great appetizers.
This is also a great place to make new acquaintances. The party
will be at Portland's Restaurant & Wine Bar, located at 105
W Portland Street in Phoenix. The party will begin at 4:30pm
and end at 6:30 pm.
There is free garage parking west of the restaurant. The event is FREE but space is limited to max at
125, so register ASAP. To register please click here.
Pam Betz named the first recipient of the Annual President's Award by the Greater Arizona Chapter of AFP
Pam Betz has been named the first recipient of the Annual President's Award by the Greater Arizona Chapter of the
Association of Fundraising Professionals. Pam is also a Nonprofit Management Institute Instructor with the Center
for Nonprofit Leadership & Management. Wed like to congratulate Pam on this accomplishment.
The Volunteer Center of Maricopa County Offers Capacity Building
Services to Nonprofits
The Executive Service Corps of Maricopa (ESCOM), a program
of the Volunteer Center of Maricopa County, is seeking applications from
non-profit organizations that need customized management and capacity building
services to accomplish their mission. Senior, retired Valley-based corporate
consultants will provide this fee-based service.
Services are being offered in a variety of capacity building areas
including financial management, strategic and business planning,
community relations & marketing, human resource management, and
board development. Existing Volunteer Center partner organizations
are eligible for a discount. Fees for this service vary depending
on the non-profit's size and budgetary allocation. For details
and to get an application, contact Lenore Parker, Director of
Program Services at 602-263-9736 ext 504 or e-mail her at email@example.com.
Nonprofit Resource Center of Northern Arizona -
The holidays are approaching and some Northern
Arizona nonprofits may have a need for volunteers. If you do,
one way to connect with volunteers is to register on VolunteerMatch
(it is free at the Resource Center's website) so your opportunities
will come up when volunteers search the site. If your opportunity
is listed, volunteers will be informed of it.
If you'd like to register with VolunteerMatch,
please contact Christina at (928) 527-7926, or visit www.nonprofitnaz.org
and click on "VolunteerMatch"; on the homepage and
follow the instructions. If there are any questions please call
(928) 527-7926 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Leadership &
Announces Spring Classes
The Certificate in Nonprofit Leadership and
Management, is a post baccalaureate certification that strives
to give students an understanding of the nonprofit sector's
role as steward of the public good. It provides the skills necessary
for effective leadership and management of nonprofit organizations.
The program is strengthened because of the variety of disciplines
that contribute to its success.
to learn more about the Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Leadership
Volunteer Center of Maricopa County Volunteer Management Training
Volunteer Management trainings are designed to provide information about starting and/or managing a volunteer program. This year, the Volunteer Center has expanded basic volunteer management trainings to include an overview (similar to the "original" Basic Volunteer Management training) and more in-depth training around volunteer recruitment, placing volunteers, orienting and training volunteers, supervising volunteers and evaluating your volunteer program.
All trainings are from 9:00 am - 1:00 pm. Trainings are $55 with discounts for Full and Affiliate Partners of the Volunteer Center as well as current AVACA members. The Volunteer Management training incorporates a curriculum developed by the Points of Light Foundation along with information from past Volunteer Center of Maricopa County trainings. You may sign up for the entire series or just register for specific topics. Remember, you must pre-register for all trainings! Visit http://www.volunteerphoenix.org for more information.
Youth Service America - DisneyHand Minnie Grants Are
Disney and Youth Service America have formed
a partnership again to offer "DisneyHand Minnie Grants"
for youth of all ages to get involved in service in their communities.
Grants of $500 each are available to engage young people between
the ages of 5 and 14 to plan and carry out service projects
for National and Global Youth Service Day 2005. Projects that
involve children and youth working with adults like parents,
coaches, teachers, youth leaders etc. are encouraged. Deadline
is December 20, 2004. For more information, visit: www.ysa.org/awards/award_grant.cfm.
NPower Arizona - Creating Effective Charts
If a picture says a thousand words, let's make
it the right picture! In Creating Effective Charts you will learn
how to pick the best charts for your graphing needs and make them
highly effective and easy-to-understand. These techniques can
be applied in any graphing situation.
Join NPower Arizona as they present the Tech
Tuesday Brown Bag Series Seminar. Go to www.npoweraz.org/events
for more information and to register. Brown Bag will begin at
11:30am and end at 1pm.
PAFCO (Protecting Arizona's Families Coalition) Citizen Advocacy Training "Preparing for the Legislature"
At this seminar, learn how to: be an effective citizen-advocate; exercise your citizen power with others; organize and mobilize your group, agency or association; write an effective letter to your legislators; have an effective meeting with your legislators; participate in coalition actions and build your constituent power for action. Come share and learn together how to protect health and human services funding.
Location: Arizona Council of Human Service Providers, 2100 N Central Ave. Suite 235 (Conference Room), Phoenix. Time is 3pm. Northwest corner of Central & Holly (parking across the street on Holly at the Central Park Square parking garage).
For More information contact Timothy Schmaltz, PAFCO Coordinator, (602)499-5015, email@example.com or visit www.pafcoalition.org for more information.
Local Demographic Analysis Workshop - Virtual Campus
December 16 and 17
The Local Demographic Analysis Workshop will
teach you to extract, query, download, analyze, and map Census
demographic data for any community. Such data can provide grant
writers, social researchers and community planners with powerful
tools for analyzing community changes. In this unique, hands-on
workshop participants will focus on using 2000/1990 Census of
Population and Housing data, for small area, regional and national
This workshop also provides an overview of Geographic
Information Systems (GIS) which includes a discussion of GIS trends
and common uses, where to easily obtain mapping files, a demonstration
of the map browser ArcExplorer (included with your materials),
hands on practice making basic maps online and suggestions for
making effective maps. See a detailed description. Materials include:
A comprehensive workbook that includes the workshop presentation,
exercises, reference materials and a valuable Demographic Data
Resource CD. This CD includes useful GIS tools such as ArcExplorer
and several shapefiles for all communities in the United States.
Materials also include a 60 day trial version of ArcView 8.3,
a leading GIS software. Also included is the 2003 US Statistical
Abstract which includes an extensive selection of statistics for
the United States, with selected data for states, metropolitan
areas and cities.
*Virtual Campus: This workshop is an interactive
teleconference and online presentation. It is identical in content
to our non-virtual version. Students will participate in a teleconference
listening to the instructor, asking questions and following along
with an online presentation and American Factfinder demonstration.
Class Fee is $199 (check, credit card and purchase
orders accepted.). Class time is 9:00 am - 2:00 pm (Pacific Standard
Time) This workshop is also offered in all major metropolitan
cities. Visit www.sgtinfo.com
or call us toll free at 877.241.6576 for more info.
Phoenix Grants Forum
If you haven't already done so, register now for the next session of the Phoenix Grants Forum
on Dec. 16 (from 9 am to 10:45 am at the Phoenix Main Library). Speakers include: Judy Mohraz, representing
both the Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust and the Arizona Grantmakers Forum; John Couleur, from Social Venture
Partners Arizona; and Susana Della Maddalena, of PetsMart Charities. Cost of $10 includes continental breakfast and
an assortment of surprises. You can also register in advance for the remaining season's programs on Feb. 24 and
April 26. To register, visit: http://phoenix.gov/GRANTS/gforum.html. For more information, call the recorded
information line at 602-495-0313.
Southern Arizona Alliance of Nonprofits -Networking Event
Sponsored by the Southern Arizona Alliance of Nonprofits (SAAN). Time: 4 p.m. – 6 p.m.
Location to be announced. Meet people and organizations throughout the nonprofit sector; make connections
with for-profit companies which have an interest and expertise in serving and supporting nonprofits; enjoy
unstructured time to be creative in your search for new ways to build capacity in the nonprofit community;
and discover new ways to become active in SAAN. Refreshments will be provided. RSVP and questions to Tresa
Thomas, SAAN Interim Board Member, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 520-323-1303 ext. 225.
Help 4 NonProfits (Tucson) - Building & Sustaining Programs in Tough Economic Times
The Help 4 NonProfits Sustainability Seminar is coming to Tucson!
If you're worried about money in the short term, you cannot begin
to aim at community impact for the long term. The Community-Driven
Sustainability Model is a whole new way of grounding
organizational sustainability in the reason your organization
exists - improving the quality of life in your community.
This one-day intensive session will show you how long term
sustainability can move beyond your bank account, spreading
into all levels of the organization, and on towards community
impact. Session presenters Hildy Gottlieb and Dimitri
Petropolis (Help 4 NonProfits & Tribes) pioneered this model
out of frustration with nonprofits' ongoing struggle for dollars.
Seating is limited.
Online registration at
http://www.help4nonprofits.com/Workshops/ToughEconomicTimes.htm. If you have any questions or comments please contact
email@example.com or call
(520) 321-4433 x 201.
Jewish Community Foundation & Planned Giving Round Table –
New Ways to use the Internet for Fundraising
Jewish Community Foundation and Planned Giving Round Table present New Ways to use the Internet for Fundraising – The ePhilanthropy Internet Strategies eTour.
Guest Speakers include Nancy Johnson, Senior Vice President of Target America; Chris Krackeler,
Vice President of Business Development, and Brandon Fix, Director of Sales/Higher Education & United Way of Kintera.
Topics of discussion will be Where Technology & Philanthropy Meet, Bring in the Dollars by Building Community, and
Planned Giving Knowledge Management.
Cost is $75 for the 4-hour training session only, $99 for the training session and book Fundraising on the Internet.
A $25 gift certificate towards any ePhilanthropy Foundation online e-learning course is included with the cost of either registration.
To register online visit http://www.ephilanthropy.org/etour . To register by phone, call (877) 536-1245. To register by fax, please download the form from the website and fax it to (202) 478-0910. For more information, contact the Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Phoenix at 480.699.1717.
*New Listing* Director of Community Outreach
Make A Difference (Phoenix)
Responsible for managing volunteer relationships and the organization's
marketing and public relations initiatives. The successful candidate will
have a Bachelor's and at least three year's experience in volunteer
management or marketing/public relations. A complete position description
is available at www.makeadifference.org. This is a full-time position with
a strong benefits package. Please send resumes to Make A Difference
5151 N. 19th Avenue, Ste. 200, Phoenix, AZ 85015 Attn: Rhonda or email
*New Listing* Outreach Coordinator - New Life
One of the state's largest shelters for women and children leaving
domestic violence situations has an opening for an experienced Outreach
Coordinator. The Outreach Coordinator supports the mission of New Life
Center by marketing, creating, and facilitating group meetings for victims
of domestic violence in the West Valley. Additionally, the Coordinator
may facilitate group meetings at the Center, and will occasionally provide
advocacy services to residents of the Center, as well as perform other
duties as needed. The Outreach Coordinator will create and provide
training sessions on domestic violence to community groups and agencies
on the topic of domestic violence, and organize and distribute materials
on domestic violence.
Skills & Requirements: Experience in community outreach, group facilitation
, and providing advocacy. Must be 21 years of age or older. Knowledgeable
in the area of domestic violence. Bachelor's degree or equivalent in
social work, counseling, or closely related field a plus. Bilingual
preferred. E-mail resume and cover letter to
or fax to D. Meadows 623-536-1147
*New Listing* Development Director - Volunteer Center of Maricopa County
This position is responsible for executing the organization's development plan
including grant writing, corporate sponsorships, relationship building,
and stewardship of donors. The Development Director works closely with
the CEO and the board fund development committee to ensure that financial
goals are being met. Minimum 3 years experience. Proven grant writing and
corporate sponsorship success required. Team player and ability to ensure
others complete assignments. Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience.
Familiarity with Matchmaker or other fundraising database system a plus.
Salary DOE plus benefits. EOE. For full job description visit
www.volunteerphoenix.org. Resume review will begin December 14.
Fax resume to (602) 264-9555, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or mail to
Volunteer Center, 722 E. Osborn Road, Phoenix, AZ 85014.
*New Listing* Executive Director (Part-Time) - Phoenix Developing Families Center
PDFC is a dynamic, evolving organization with plans to build a community birthing center in South Phoenix.
In the first two years, our innovative program has generated amazing success with prematurity prevention and significantly
reduced rates of premature birth for women most at risk. PDFC is seeking a part-time (.5 FTE) executive director with a
passion for making a difference in the lives of families in South Phoenix. We need a professional ED with skills and
vision to guide the organization to the next level of community effectiveness.
The ED has ultimate responsibility for organizational operations and implementation of programs and policies,
develops the annual budget, recruits, supervises and evaluates administrative staff. The ED works closely with Clinical
Director in program development, community outreach and community relations. Candidates should have successful experience
in fundraising and grant writing, excellence in communication skills and effectiveness in working with a community board of
directors. Please mail current resume to: Phoenix Developing Families Center 303 E. Baseline, Suite 104 Phoenix, AZ 85042.
*New Listing* Development Manager - Ballet Arizona
This position is responsible for conducting detailed research
relating to prospective donors; writing grant proposals to
national corporate, foundation and local government entities;
administer the planned giving program; responsible for creating
and executing direct mail solicitations. Skills required:
Microsoft Office; desktop publishing; Razor's Edge preferred;
minimum two years development experience. Please send resume to
Ballet Arizona 3645 E. Indian School Road, Phoenix 85018, Attention Development.
*New Listing* Coordinator of Volunteer Services - West Valley Child Crisis Center
WVCCC is a home away from Home. We provide temporary shelter and supervision for children ages birth-eleven who are victims of, or at risk of, abuse, neglect or abandonment, in a safe, nurturing, homelike environment staffed by quality care providers.
Our Coordinator of Volunteer Services develops and manages community volunteer opportunities which serve the Center's mission and provides information regarding volunteer issues. The successful candidate will develop Volunteer Program goals and objectives, provide needs assessments and respond to requests for volunteers, develop volunteer leadership and provides full-time and part-time opportunities for volunteers to coordinate other volunteers, as well as create volunteer marketing materials, and assist with a quarterly newsletter and information handbook.
Bachelors Degree and three years experience in a non-profit fundraising environment is required. Three years direct working experience with volunteer coordination, event management, marketing and managing a myriad of varied tasks types simultaneously. The ability to establish priorities, set goals, develop timelines, schedule tasks, and manage volunteers to meet the needs of the organization is critical. Ability to manage and motivate others to meet deadlines and perform at the desired levels; a positive attitude, personal initiative, action oriented, conscientious, honest and dependable team player and good listener.
Fingerprinting and drug screening test required. For immediate consideration, please email your resume and salary history to the Director of Human Resources at email@example.com or fax to (623) 355-3556. EOE
*New Listing* American Red Cross (Tucson) - Donor Relations Officer
This position will be responsible for identifying, cultivating and stewarding a portfolio
of high capacity prospects within our jurisdiction to accomplish goals for major
and planned gifts. Also, successful candidate will create, manage and coordinate
a regular schedule of donor cultivation and solicitation programs in order to
increase major gifts; Work with National Planned Giving Officer to increase
planned gift commitments from major gift donors; Expand and enhance current
donor programs; and schedule and manage small donor events.
Qualifications are a minimum of four years experience in the business,
fund development or public relations fields; Bachelor's Degree or equivalent
professional experience; Strong interpersonal, organizational, verbal/written
communication, presentation and meeting planning skills required.
Successful candidate must be a detail-oriented and able to manage several
projects simultaneously. Candidate must also have excellent PC skills
including proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access and
The job description above cannot specify all of the
responsibilities and duties of this position. It is not intended
to limit or modify the right of the supervisor to assign, direct,
or control the work of this position.
The listing of particular duties does not exclude other
duties not listed that are of a similar kind or level of
Please submit resume by Friday - December 24, 2004
to: Operations Director, American Red Cross, 4601 E.
Broadway, Tucson, AZ 85711
*New Listing* Development Associate - The Arizona Aerospace Foundation
This non-exempt position reports to the Director of Development and
Community Relations. It is full time (min 40 hours per week) and includes
The purpose of this position is to provide organizational and administrative
assistance to the Development Director for Fundraising activities including
Special Events; grant research and application, donor relations,
scheduling, written correspondence, direct mail, membership and
donor database entry/administration.
Core responsibilities are to provide organizational and administrative
assistance to the Director of Development and Community Relations;
Be representative point of contact for Development Director providing
assistance to the Development Director in all areas, e.g. clerical, data entry,
correspondence, scheduling, planning and all other areas where assistance
Excellent attention to detail with emphasis on organizational
skills is required. Also required are excellent writing,
proof-reading, customer service, oral and written communication
skills. Previous non-profit experience or strong interest in
fundraising is a plus. Experience with Windows, Word, Excel,
Access, Publisher, and preferably SQL databases is also a plus.
Minimum 2 year college degree or equivalent experience required.
Successful Candidate must be able to work flexible schedule
- occasional nights and weekends
Please send a cover letter and resume to Julee Dawson,
Director of Development and Community Relations, 6000 East
Valencia, Tucson, AZ 85706 by December 15, 2004.
*New Listings* Npower Arizona (Multiple Listings)
NPower Arizona seeks an experienced and energetic individual to join our
team as a full- or part-time Administrative Assistant. NPower Arizona is
an exciting young nonprofit organization dedicated to helping all Arizona
nonprofits use technology to better serve their communities.
The Administrative Assistant supports our staff in providing quality,
trusted services to the nonprofit community.
Responsibilities include maintaining databases, setting up new members,
maintaining the filing system, helping with planning and logistics for
events, assembling educational and marketing materials, and general office
management. NPower Arizona offers a flexible working environment, and
opportunities for growth in this dynamic nonprofit. The pay rate is between
$10 and $14 per hour, depending on experience. The position could
be full-time or scaled to 15 to 25 hours per week, depending upon the
skills and interests of the candidate.
A thorough job description is available at:
Qualified candidates may apply by submitting a resume and at least three (3) references to: firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to Beverly Tyson, Administrative Services Coordinator - NPower Arizona at 1295 W. Washington, Suite 104 Tempe, AZ 85281. No telephone solicitations please. Application deadline is December 14, 2004. Interviews begin December 7. NPower Arizona is an equal opportunity employer.
Director of Outreach & Communications
NPower Arizona seeks an experienced and energetic individual to join our team as Director of Outreach & Communications (DOC).. NPower Arizona is an exciting nonprofit organization dedicated to helping all Arizona nonprofits use technology to better serve their communities.
The DOC will promote NPower Arizona's services to the Arizona's nonprofit community and generate memberships, consulting and training engagements with area nonprofits. The DOC will follow through with NPower Arizona consulting and training staff to ensure that leads and opportunities are successfully converted to new engagements. The DOC will ensure that NPower Arizona members are getting maximum value out of their membership. And the DOC will oversee the marketing and communications necessary to realize these goals. Salary will begin in the mid-40s, depending upon experience, and could include financial incentives for achievement of consulting and membership goals. NPower Arizona offers a flexible working environment, and opportunities for growth in this dynamic nonprofit.
A thorough job description is available at:
http://www.npoweraz.org/about/jobs/index.htm. Qualified candidates may apply by submitting a resume,
writing sample, and at least three (3) references to: email@example.com or Patrick McWhortor, Chief Executive Officer - NPower Arizona, 1295 W. Washington, Suite 104, Tempe, AZ 85281. No telephone solicitations please. Application deadline: December 15, 2004. Interviews begin December 7.
*New Listings* YWCA Haven House (Multiple Listings)
Career Guidance Specialist
A dormitory style Phoenix Transitional Shelter for women with children is seeking
a Career Guidance Specialist to provide a full range of career guidance services to 16
homeless women. Services include coaching in pre-employment skills such as resume building,
professional telephone etiquette and interviewing techniques; maintaining a current Jobs Leads
notebook; providing post employment coaching on topics such as How to Keep a Job; transporting
women to Job Fairs; conducting assessments and introducing them to education and training programs;
offering referral and coordination of services with educational programs; providing individual
tutoring instruction and conducting individual and group Computer Basics training.
20 hours per week. Schedule must be flexible to fit clients needs.
Masters degree in social work or counseling preferred, experience is required. Fax cover letter and resume to Margaret at
602-258-9116 or e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
The YWCA Haven House is looking for a House Manager, 40 hours per week, Monday through Friday from
6:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Haven House is a transitional shelter for 16 homeless mothers and their children.
The House Manager is responsible for ensuring a safe, secure environment, and for providing a positive
role model for the families. Duties include enforcing program rules, conducting orientation of new residents,
preparing rooms for occupancy, conducting room inspections, providing instruction/checking completion of
assigned daily chores, and maintaining the daily log of activities on the floor during the shift.
A high school diploma, computer knowledge and a minimum of two years experience are required;
a college degree is preferred. The full-time position includes paid benefits. Fax cover letter and resume to
Margaret at 602-258-9116 or e-mail to email@example.com.
*New Listing* Executive Director - The Institute of Cultural Affairs USA
The Institute of Cultural Affairs USA (ICA) is seeking a dynamic
individual who possesses visionary leadership qualities to serve as
Executive Director. The ICA USA is a 30 year old global social change
nonprofit organization closely aligned with ICAs in 24 other countries.
The ICA USA operates with 3 national program teams and an administrative
team with offices in Chicago, Phoenix and Washington D.C. ICA teaches
and utilizes participatory methods of problem solving and planning
that builds ownership in creating community and organizational change.
The distinctive purpose is to equip, inspire and support individuals,
organizations and communities to create an inclusive, just and
Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director will provide direction and leadership to achieve ICA's philosophy, mission and strategic plan, will develop & implement a marketing and public relations program, and will provide guidance and support to teams to ensure innovation and new approaches while building an organization of continuous change, renewal and responsiveness. Candidate will have highly developed skills in finance assuring sound administrative policies and fiscal management activities including budget control and cost analyses, a proven ability to expand and diversify contacts and networks for the benefit of the organization, and a history of successful fundraising, including donor cultivation.
The Executive Director will serve the organization from offices in Chicago and Phoenix. Masters degree, 8-10 years nonprofit experience, including 5 years of senior management or equivalent education and/or experience. Salary: $55,000 - $63,500 plus benefits. Send letter, resume & salary history by 1/15/2005 to firstname.lastname@example.org or by fax to 602-954-0563. Visit http://www.ica-usa.org/org/orgwork.html for further information. EOE
Make-A-Wish Foundation of Arizona (Multiple Postings)
Director of Finance and Operations
The Make-A-Wish Foundation of Arizona has an immediate opening
for a Director of Finance and Operations. The Finance Director
develops and manages a strategic plan that addresses accounting,
insurance, payroll, human resources, facilities, IT and other
operations functions. The accounting responsibility includes
budgeting, cash management and responsibility for timely preparation
of audits and tax returns, and supervising the production of
all financial statements. Requires a personable individual with
5+ years professional experience in finance preferably in non-profit
as well as human resource management experience. Must possess
excellent Excel skills, strong presentation and inter-personal
skills, and the ability to work in a fast-paced, team-oriented
organization; CPA required. E-mail resume, cover letter and
salary requirements to email@example.com
or fax to 602-395-0722.
Director of Development & Communications
The Development Director develops, manages and executes a fund-raising
strategic plan to raise funds; develops and manages communications
and public relations/marketing plan; closely monitors the receipt
of funds and the acknowledgement of the sources of the funds;
recruits, trains, and manages staff, volunteers, interns and
consultants who coordinate and raise funds; and, enhances the
Foundations ability to grant wishes, and recruit volunteers.
In the Directors absence, the Development Manager will
This position reports to the President/CEO; works with 16 team
members and fund-raising volunteers. The position supervises
Development Managers of Central (2 positions), Southern and
Northern Arizona territories; Chapter Communications Manager,
Hispanic Market Consultant, Grant Writing Consultant, 308 fund-raising
volunteers. E-mail resume, cover letter and salary requirements
to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax
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