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Arizona Nonprofit Community Report
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Arizona State University College of Public Programs

March 28, 2005

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What's New


Money & Mission: Managing Financial Risk in Your Organization
Scholarships Now Available!!
April 26

Presented by the ASU Center for Nonprofit Leadership and Management in collaboration with the Nonprofit Risk Management Center and the Public Entity Risk Institute (PERI). Veteran nonprofit managers often say that it's only a matter of time before a nonprofit faces a theft, abrupt loss of funding, costly workers' compensation claim or other threat to its well-being and resources. Financial risk management addresses the loss waiting to happen by providing a game plan for avoiding mistakes and security gaps that can lead to an organizational crisis and integrating practical measures that lift up and protect a nonprofit's charitable, community-serving mission.

Participate in this training and learn:

  1. How a practical approach to financial risk management can help your nonprofit avoid downside risks such as theft or violation of likely new regulatory requirements based on the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002.
  2. What role your professional staff and board should play in protecting the financial assets of your nonprofit.
  3. What services and help you can and should expect from outside advisors with respect to managing financial risk.
  4. What potential implications exist for nonprofits as a result of the work of the Senate Finance Committee and the Panel on the Nonprofit Sector.
Scholarship information and registration available in early March at the Center's website at For more information, contact Michelle Lyons-Mayer at 480.965.5548 or



Opportunity for ToP Group Facilitation Methods Course during the International Training of Trainers (IToPToT) Program in 2005

The 6th bi-annual IToPToT program will be held from April 13 to May 20, 2005 at the Institute of Cultural Affairs (ICA) Training Center in Phoenix. After several weeks of preparation, teams of international trainers from Asia, Africa, Europe and Latin America, accompanied by a U.S. mentor trainer will be conducting 2-day courses for Arizona organizations and networks. These courses are available at a reduced rate because they need to take place during the same two-day period. In 2005, those dates are May 5-6, which are a Thursday and a Friday.

The cost for a course of up to 25 participants will be $2,350 (one third the standard price for a 20-person course). If the group is made up of participants at least half of whom are 25 years of age or younger, the cost will be $1,800 for the "Youth as Facilitative Leaders" version of the course (same content).

We will have the ability to staff 6-8 of these simultaneous courses, which will be decided on a first-come, first-serve basis. The sponsoring group will be responsible for arranging a suitable space for the training and providing any snacks or meals desired. ICA will provide manuals and training materials for each participant.

A description of the 2-day Group Facilitation Methods course is available from ICA. To sign up or request further information, please contact John Oyler ( or Jim Wiegel ( at (602)955-4811


Coconino County Juvenile Court Seeks Projects to Employ Youth Work Crew

Coconino County Juvenile Court is currently looking for projects that benefit nonprofits or government agencies in the greater Flagstaff area for April and May. Crews, with 2-8 youth, are supervised and work from 8am-1pm every Saturday morning. If you have a project that would not take all morning, we often combine several small projects to fill the morning. These youth are 10-17 years old and have been ordered to do community service work. If you think you could use some help, please contact Dennis Homan to schedule.

Dennis Homan
CSW Coordinator
Coconino County Juvenile Court
phone (928) 226-5420
fax (928) 226-5456


The Organization for Nonprofit Executives Names New Administrator

The Organization for Nonprofit Executives (ONE) has named Andrea Mayfield as Administrator. ONE is a membership organization providing information, education & networking opportunities, and recognition to strengthen the nonprofit community in Arizona.

Mayfield, who has worked with legal services organizations for more than 30 years, moved to the Valley about a year ago and is looking forward to continuing her work with nonprofits here in Arizona. "I am thrilled to be part of such a vital group. Providing support to the leaders in the nonprofit profession will benefit our entire community," Mayfield said.

The Organization for Nonprofit Executives strengthens the community by fostering collegiality, partnerships and innovation among nonprofit Executive Directors. To learn more about ONE please visit


Yvette Uriondo Appointed as Program Administrator for Phoenix Housing Partnership

Neighborhood Housing Services of Phoenix, Inc. is pleased to announce the recent appointment of Yvette Uriondo as Program Administrator for the Phoenix Housing Partnership. In 2004, Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) named Neighborhood Housing Services of Phoenix, an affordable housing nonprofit, as Program Administrator for the Phoenix Housing Partnership, a collaborative effort of public and private sectors, whose first endeavors will be to develop 75-100 affordable single-family houses.

Uriondo, bilingual in Spanish, brings over 23 years of experience in nonprofit and corporate real property management and operations. NHS Phoenix is a nonprofit organization that has been serving low- and moderate-income families by educating and creating sustainable homeowners and producing affordable housing/ revitalizing neighborhoods in the Valley for thirty (30) years. For more information contact Rita Carrillo, Executive Director, Neighborhood Housing Services of Phoenix, Inc. 602.258.1659, or at


Volunteer Center of Maricopa County - National Youth Service Day

April 15 – 17 is National Youth Service Day and millions of youth are expected to volunteer worldwide. The Volunteer Center will be coordinating service opportunities for over 1,000 valley youth. This would be a great opportunity for your agency to utilize volunteers.

If your agency has a project you would like to include with National Youth Service Day, you may register it online at beginning January 31st or contact Sarah Aubrey and request registration forms be sent to you. To maximize recruitment efforts please send information by Wednesday, February 9th, 2005! If you have any questions please contact Sarah Aubrey at (602)263-9736 x870 or via email at .


Goodmans & The Phoenix Business Journal – Good Guy Award
Contest for Nonprofit Executives Offers $20,000 Office Renovation as Prize

Goodmans Interior Structures and The Phoenix Business Journal are searching for the area's most dedicated and effective leader of a Maricopa County 501(c)(3) organization. The winning man or woman will be named the area's "Good Guy" and will be awarded a $20,000 office renovation from Goodmans. Nominations are being accepted online through April 4, 2005, at, and multiple nominations are encouraged. The public will also have the opportunity to vote online for their favorite "Good Guy" in May. The winner will be treated to an office renovation this summer and will be featured in a fall issue of The Business Journal.

The "Goodmans Eye for the Good Guy" program is the latest effort by Goodmans to promote good design in the business community and to encourage nonprofits and their boards of directors to realize the benefits of efficient work spaces.

"One of the benefits of creating a great work environment is its effect on retaining highly valued workers," says Adam Goodman, president of Goodmans Interior Structures. "This is an opportunity for an organization to reward its leader and also create a unique employment benefit that can help the nonprofit retain that leader."

To place a nomination, or to learn more about the program, please visit the Web site at

0 Launches Nonprofit Innovation Award Program

Deadline: April 28, 2005 has announced the creation of the Nonprofit Innovation Award program a nationwide search to discover and reward nonprofit organizations whose innovative approaches and breakthrough solutions most effectively improve their communities or the world at large.

The program will honor one U.S. nonprofit organization whose innovative approach to philanthropy has achieved maximum impact. Along with the Stanford Business School's Center for Social Innovation ( ), which will review applications and select the semi-finalists, a panel of celebrities, Fortune 500 executives, and leading philanthropists will choose the finalists. The competition will culminate with customers selecting the final winner. Beginning July 19, 2005, the ten nonprofit finalists will be profiled on the Amazon site, where customers and visitors will be able to find, discover, and make direct online contributions to their favorites. Donations will be accepted through September 30, 2005. The organization that receives the largest total contributions from Amazon customers will be granted the 2005 Nonprofit Innovation Award, along with a matching grant from

Award applications will be evaluated based on criteria, including "Need" -- the urgency, relevancy, and complexity of the problem the organization seeks to address; "Gap analysis" -- clear evidence of a gap between the targeted problem and existing solutions; "Innovation" -- the inventiveness of the solution and how it breaks from traditional approaches; "Results" -- clearly defined metrics and a measurable record of improvement for at least two years; and "Perpetuation" -- a well-developed plan for promoting continued innovation. Complete program details and applications are available at the Web site. RFP Link: For additional RFPs in Philanthropy and Volunteerism, visit:



LearningPoint Workshops – Volunteer Center of Southern Arizona
March 30 – Planning a Volunteer Program

The Volunteer Center of Southern Arizona LearningPoint project offers several workshops to help to build the capacity of nonprofit organizations. Visit to download a brochure or call 520.881.3300 for more information. Cost is $55 per session.


Regional Equity Conference: New Strategies in Wealth Creation, Asset Building, Housing and Community Development
March 28-29

Nationally prominent experts in the fields of equitable development, fair distribution of affordable housing, and inclusionary zoning will offer a new vision for the region through a focus on community development and wealth building.

Interactive skill building workshops led by local and regional professionals will provide hands-on strategy learning opportunities.

You won't just sit, listen and take notes … you'll learn by participating. Everyone will have the opportunity to leave with a plan, tools and implementable strategies. You can choose to be part of an on-going work group that seeks to implement policy and become part of next year's learning conference.

Register early for discounted rate! Registration is $100 before March 7th and $125 after. Visit for more information or to register.


Four Ways Any Nonprofit Can Setup Online Fundraising: Part of the Tech Focus on Fundraising Series
March 29

If you have a web site and can add a few links - and maybe a picture or two - you have everything you need to start using the web to help your fundraising programs.

In this session, we will discuss some proven online resources that can be tapped by any legally registered 501(c)3 to get online fundraising started with little or no cost. If you are listed on GuideStar, you are ready to begin. Persons attending this session will leave with the strategies and quick tutorials to get their organizations set up to receive donations through four different web services. 11:30 am – 1:00 pm at NPower Arizona Main Offices in Tempe.

To learn more about this event, please contact Pat Cooper via phone 602-343-6797 or email at


Cesar Chavez Day Conversation Café – 'The Life and Values of a Hero'
March 31

Join Make a Difference and the Cesar E. Chavez Foundation in celebration of the life and legacy of Cesar Chavez. A true American hero, and an Arizona native, Cesar was a civil rights, Latino, farm worker, and labor leader; a religious and spiritual figure; a community servant and social entrepreneur; a crusader for nonviolent social change; and an environmentalist and consumer advocate. We'll discuss the core values that guided his life and his fight for civil rights, as well as exploring our own core values and how they influence the way we lead our lives, and what makes a modern day hero. Conversation Cafés are open, hosted, drop-in conversations among people with diverse views but a shared passion for engaging with others. These 90-minute conversations are an opportunity for open dialogue - no ideologies are promoted, all opinions and ideas are welcome.

Four Locations: Mama Java's Coffeehouse, Central Phoenix (3619 E. Indian School Rd.); Willow House Café, Central Phoenix, (149 W. McDowell Rd); Java Vida Café, South Phoenix (2 N. Central Ave.); Jazzland Cyber Café @ Mesa Community College (1833 W. Southern Ave). Please RSVP to Michael Werner, Civic Engagement Coordinator, at or 602-973-2212 ext. 238. 6:30-8:00pm


2005 Make A Difference Serve-A-Thon
April 2

Be a part of Arizona's largest day of community service, the 12th Annual Make A Difference Serve-A-Thon, April 2, 2005 presented by Arizona Federal. In one day, you can make a world of difference. Join Make A Difference and Valley community service organizations, under resourced neighborhoods and schools as we experience the power of collaboration and see the difference a day can make in our community. Teams of corporate and civic volunteers as well as individuals are needed to transform our community by cleaning up neighborhoods, brightening school classrooms, painting murals, renovating homes for low-income seniors, fixing up domestic abuse and homeless shelters, planting gardens and MUCH, MUCH MORE!!

Projects will take place from 8:00 a.m. until 12 noon all across the Valley and this year the event concludes on Friday, April 8 with an evening celebration at Steele Indian School Park complete with outdoor movie, food and drink and activities for the kids.

Serve-A-Thon is a fantastic way for companies to provide volunteer opportunities for their employees, while improving morale, building strong teams and having fun. Event sponsors benefit from terrific marketing opportunities as well. Download the 2005 Sponsorship Brochure and Reservation Form to check out all the different sponsorship levels or contact Chris Helmuth at for more information. Check back after March 1, 2005 to find out how you can sign up yourself or a team of friends and co-workers to participate.

Special Event Date: April 02, 2005
Project Selection Dates: January 20, 2005 - April 02, 2005


NPower Arizona features Microsoft Keynote Luncheon
Delivering the Social Promise of Technology to Our Community
April 6

Technology is critical – not optional – to helping nonprofit organizations become more efficient, achieve scale and truly innovate to help improve the social landscape. Join Microsoft Group Vice President of Worldwide Sales Kevin Johnson as he leads a conversation on why nonprofit organizations require the same technology tools that have transformed our business and personal lives, and how these tools can be effectively implemented for community success. 12:00 pm Hyatt Regency 122 N 2nd Street Phoenix, AZ

There is a $40 fee to register and attend this session, meal included. To learn more about this event, please visit Event Code # 1032271998.


Joint Luncheon Meeting of AFP Greater Arizona Chapter and ONE (Organization for Nonprofit Executives)
April 6

Topic: "How Does Your Salary Stack Up? - The ASU Nonprofit Compensation Survey." ASU professor Will Brown, Ph.D. will present the findings of the ASU Center for Nonprofit Leadership's most recent research project giving you insight on the salary range of non-profit professionals in our community and across the country- survey results are based on race, gender and experience.

Visit ONE's website for more information: AFP Website: 11:30am to 1:30pm at the Phoenix Country Club, Northeast corner of 7th Street & Thomas in Phoenix.


Attracting and Keeping the Best Volunteers (Flagstaff)
April 19

Offered through the ASU Center for Nonprofit Leadership and Management, this workshop is part of the Nonprofit Excellence Enrichment Series. Location: East Flagstaff Community Library, 3000 N. Fourth Street, Flagstaff, 9:30 am – 12:30 pm

Objectives of this workshop: At the end of the program, participants will be able to articulate why their nonprofit organization involves volunteers at all and to broaden their vision of what volunteering is and can be. They will also learn to recognize the importance of employee/volunteer relationships and how to lay the foundation for successful teamwork. Lastly, participants will be able to describe the steps to successful volunteer recruitment and assess whether current volunteer job descriptions are likely to attract the most desired candidates.

Cost: Members of NPRC pay $25 if they register by Tuesday, April 12 and $35 if they register after April 12. Nonmembers pay $35 for registration by April 12 and $45 for registration after April 12. To register, call 928-527-7926, or email


Nonprofit Excellence Enrichment Series
Volunteer Management: Attracting and Keeping the Best
April 20 - Kids at Hope
April 22 - Mesa United Way
April 25 - The Flinn Foundation

A joint study by the UPS Foundation, the Corporation for National and Community Service and the USA Freedom Corps found that nine in 10 organizations cited that volunteers brought benefits to their organization. Two-thirds of charities indicated that their volunteers provide substantial cost savings and greatly increase the quality of services or programs provided.

This learning opportunity is a great way to gain knowledge and resources without spending a lot of money. To register please visit If you have any questions, please call 480.965.1867 or email us at

Objectives for learners:

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

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

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


"Dynamic Leadership: Developing Your Nonprofit Board"
The Association of Fundraising Professionals (Northern Arizona Chapter)
April 22

This workshop is sponsored by United Way of Yavapai County and Yavapai College. The presenters are: Jim Robak, Carol Bollinger and Nichole Trushell. Cost: $59 for first registrant; $49 for each additional registrant from the same organization. Time: 7:30am-1:30pm. Location: Yavapai College Rock House. For more information send an email to Alice Ferris at


Diversity Matters - Multicultural Leadership Development Program
April 27-29

Multicultural Leadership Development Program & United Way of Tucson & Southern Arizona present a tremendous opportunity to learn valuable skills needed in today's diverse workforce and to become a leader in our community.

This leadership workshop, a program of United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona, will help you:

  • Broaden your understanding of cultural, racial, religious and gender differences.
  • Develop leadership, fundraising and financial skills.
  • Discover opportunities for community volunteering.

The program's alumni include Richard Miranda, Tucson Police Chief; Richard Fimbres, LULAC National Vice President for the Far West; and Clarence Boykins, State President of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.

Seats are limited. Register by April 15. Fee for three-day workshop is $275, which includes lunch and graduation dinner. One-day workshop fee is $135 Some scholarships are available. To attend our exciting workshop, download the application or contact Judy Baker via email at or by telephone at (520)903-9000 ext. 210. Diversity makes a difference!


Job Opportunities


*New Listing* Executive Director - Neighbors Who Care, Inc. (NWC)

The successful candidate will have: Outstanding leadership and interpersonal skills; Highly effective management and administrative skills; Proven abilities in writing or supervising grant writing and/or other fund raising activities; Experience in planning and budgeting; Very good communication skills; Experience in developing and maintaining effective relationships with donors, volunteers and clients; and experience with managing programs for fragile, homebound clientele.

Minimum Education and Background will include: A Bachelors degree in Business, Communications, Gerontology, Social Services or related field, and 3 to 5 years postgraduate management experience in elder care or a comparable combination of education and experience. NWC is a non-profit social services agency based in Sun Lakes, Arizona. It provides Services (through the use of recruited and trained volunteers), oversees support groups and makes referrals for seniors who live in their own homes but require assistance to accomplish daily activities.

These Services include: Transportation for necessities – medial appointments, personal business, groceries, etc; Minor home repairs, Dinner Delivery Service; and other assistance including Caregiver Relief. The executive director reports to a volunteer citizen Board of Directors. For more information please visit our website at Please submit resume, including at least 5 references to: Neighbors Who Care, PO BOX 12807, Sun Lakes, Arizona 85248

Closing date for applications is: April 15, 2005


*New Listing* Operations Manager – Helping Hands Housing Services

The mission of Helping Hands Housing Services is to provide permanent affordable housing to very low-income families as well as to provide Program Services designed to uplift our residents' quality of life and particularly for the children, help them break the cycle of poverty. Helping Hands owns and operates four (4) multi-family communities totaling 206 apartment units and serving +/- 800 persons, half of which being under the age of 16.

The organization is in need of an Operations Manager that will be responsible for a wide variety of issues. Candidates should possess the heart and desire to serve others; a college degree or equivalent experience; skills at managing multiple projects; excellent verbal and written communication skills; knowledge and skills in MS Word, Excel and Publisher; an understanding of basic accounting/bookkeeping, and finally, a self-starter. Preferences include grant writing skills and experience with Quickbooks.

Helping Hands offers a competitive compensation package based on experience including a company funded medical and dental plan. For more information, please submit resumes to or fax to 602-381-7706. This position is an immediate need.


*New Listing* Director of Education - Arizona Opera

Arizona Opera seeks a Director of Education, which directs the education and outreach programs for the entire organization. This position coordinates Student Dress rehearsals, Opera Look-in lectures, School Tour, Adult Education programs, Opera Camp, Study guides, and budgeting. Responsibilities include: hiring pre-opera lecturers, writing opera synopsis for the AZO website and programs. Marketing schools, taking reservations and assigning seats for Student dress rehearsals. Plan and meet with technical crew to finalize Opera Look-in performances, as well as take reservations, schedule police and bus parking. Prepare and implement the annual school tour, including scheduling schools, writing contracts, and provide quality control of the artistic product. Coordinate Adult education lectures, Opera camp teachers and location, and prepare study guides. Partner with the development department in applying for grants and foundation monies. Networking with other educators and Arts organizations to create awareness of AZO's programs and productions. This position requires a degree in music, as well as experience in education and opera. Competitive salary and benefit package. The position is based in Phoenix. Interested individuals please forward resume and references to


*New Listing* Controller – Actors Theatre

Actors Theatre, a professional equity theatre company performing at the Herberger Theater Center in downtown Phoenix, is seeking a Controller. Creative and flexible work environment. This position is responsible for all accounting and business functions for Actors Theatre. This includes maintaining and administering all financial records and implementing and maintaining all accounting controls for the Company. Complete hands on experience with AP, payroll, general ledger, month-end close and cash flow. Provide monthly financial reports, forecasting and planning information to management and Board. Coordinate annual budgeting process and audit. 3-5 years experience and proficiency in accounting necessary. Accounting degree or certificate requested. Nonprofit experience helpful but not required. Experience with Quickbooks Pro accounting software a plus. Must be a very detail oriented and highly motivated individual. Strong computer skills a must. Begin Immediately. Benefits include health insurance, paid vacation, paid personal and sick time. Please send resume, cover letter and salary requirements to Fax 602-254-9577 or email No phone calls please.


*New Listing* Executive Director – Seeds of Hope

Seeds of Hope, a small Christian Community Development corporation in Casa Grande, is currently seeking candidates for an Executive Director position. This nonprofit agency provides neighborhood ministry and programs for at-risk youth and homeless persons.

The ideal candidate will have a BA/BS, though a Master's Degree is preferred. Annual salary 35K, plus generous benefit package. Mail resume to 702 E. Cottonwood Ln., CG or send online to Deadline April 20, 2005.


*New Listing* Executive Director - Scottsdale Prevention Institute (SPI)

SPI, a well respected non-profit member of the behavioral health community, specializing in prevention programming and services seeks an experienced Executive Director.

The Executive Director is responsible for managing the daily operations, including management of thirty-three staff positions, implementing the strategic plan, working with the Board of Directors, increasing earned income revenues and building upon current community partnerships. The Board of Directors anticipates hiring an ED who will be responsible for maximizing SPI's impact on community prevention objectives by ensuring the effectiveness of our prevention programs.

The successful candidate can demonstrate experience in fiscal management, budget development and strategic plan implementation. This challenging position requires excellent communication, presentation skills and the ability to lead and motivate prevention specialist teams. The Executive Director is expected to cultivate and expand relationships with community and corporate leaders throughout Maricopa County. Knowledge in grant and government contract management is a must. Training in cultural competencies and/or experience working with diverse community populations is preferred.

As we move into the 21st century strong leadership is essential to carry this innovative and essential organization forward. This is an incredible opportunity for the leader that is motivated, community minded and has a passion for children and family issues.

The salary for this position is competitive and will be based on qualifications and experience. Benefits include health insurance, vacation and paid holidays. This is a full time exempt position, which serves at the will of the Board of Directors. The Executive Director is appointed by and reports to the Board.

For more information about SPI, go to our website @ Please send resumes to: SPI, 8102 E. Jackrabbit Road Suite B, Scottsdale, AZ 85250, Attn: Amy Thurston, Executive Director Search. Position will remain open until filled.


*New Listing* *Multiple Positions*Neighborhood Ministries

"I Can Do It!" Case Manager

Basic Functions: Caseload maintenance and providing counseling and support to adult/youth relationship; coordinate support services, activities, and community resources for adult/youth.

The successful candidate must sense a calling from God to work within the community of poverty, specifically the Neighborhood Ministries community, must have experience and understanding regarding work with youth and families from backgrounds of poverty, must have demonstrated ability to motivate and lead volunteers. Candidates must have high integrity along with Bachelor's Degree or equivalent experience. For more information about this position please contact Katy Reel at 602-677-6099 or

Jeremiah Project Case Manager

Position Overview: Caseload maintenance and support for at-risk and adjudicated youth 14-21 years old. Coordinate support services, activities, and community resources for adult/youth; assist with goal setting and follow up on goal progress. Manage up to 30-35cases as a full load.

Principle Duties and Responsibilities: Working with individuals on their caseload to support, troubleshoot, provide crisis intervention, guide, keep regular track of progress, document and report regarding each program participant on their caseload. Documenting appropriate notes and forms to track progress. Providing direct assistance to youth, accessing internal or community resources when needed. Maintaining once a semester contact with the parent/guardian of all youth. Conducting and documenting individual assessment plan with youth. And tracking progress of goals. Maintaining and submitting monthly paperwork in a timely and orderly manner. Be available for staff meetings and other Neighborhood Ministries meetings when necessary. Assist with program provision regarding job readiness curriculum.

Qualifications and Experience Requirements: Strong interpersonal skills and ability to listen. Experience and understanding regarding work with youth and families from backgrounds of poverty. Ability to work within the context of a team. Ability to problem solve with and on behalf of youth in crisis situations. Evidence of a personal growing faith in Jesus Christ. Bachelor's degree, preferably in education, social work or related field. Bilingual in Spanish and English preferred. Understanding of God's calling to serve among those in poverty, most specifically at Neighborhood Ministries. For more information about this position please call Allison Nagle at 602-509-2419 or

The Jeremiah Project is a new program of Neighborhood Ministries to prepare at-risk and adjudicated Latino youth ages 14-21 with life skills that prepare them to be future leaders in our community. This comprehensive approach includes job readiness, as well as case management, goal setting, educational assistance, leadership training, paid and unpaid work experience, counseling, GED classes, computer classes, and other support services. The Jeremiah Project will include 75 youth who are already involved with other Neighborhood Ministries programs such as MOMS PLACE teen mothers group, high school group, and the I CAN DO IT educational program. For further information about this position please call Allison Nagle at 602-509-2419. Please visit our web site to learn more information about Neighborhood Ministries and our programs


*New Listing* Program Coordinator - Alzheimer's Association, Desert Southwest Chapter

The successful candidate will provide case management, education, and related services for individuals with Alzheimer's disease and related dementias and their families, in keeping with the Desert Southwest Chapter's vision, mission, and goals. Assist in community outreach efforts. This position requires significant organizational skills, collaborative teamwork with staff, volunteers, and aging/social service organizations in Prescott and Northern Arizona. Preferred qualifications include progressively responsible work history of case management and/or comparable experience working with vulnerable older adults. A master's degree in social work, gerontology, or a related field is preferred. Multicultural competency and the ability to work with people of diverse backgrounds are needed. Effective communication, teamwork and interpersonal skills are essential. Bilingual Spanish-English skills are desirable. Competitive salary and benefits package.

Status/ Hours: Part-time exempt position. Primary weekday office hours, with evening and weekend work required at times. Primary Work Site: Northern Arizona Regional Office, Prescott, AZ. Position will require some travel via automobile.
Supervisor: Northern Arizona Regional Director

Interested applicants are encouraged to submit their resumes and salary expectations to: Meg Fenzi, Northern Arizona Regional Director, Alzheimer's Association, Desert Southwest Chapter, 225 Grove Avenue, Suite B, Prescott, Arizona 86301 Telephone: 928-771-9257 Fax: 928-771-9297 Meg.Fenzi@alz.orgPosition is considered open until filled.


*New Listing* Director of Development - Second Chance Center for Animals

Second Chance Center for Animals is still seeking a Director of Development for their relatively new program. They are looking for a person with a background in start up or grassroots fundraising. Salary range is $45-55,000, plus benefits (and you can take your pet to work). If you are interested or know someone who may be qualified, please contact Roger Naumann at 928-526-5964 or email


*New Listing* Development Director – Phoenix Theatre

Phoenix Theatre is seeking to hire a Development Director to be responsible for raising general operating and project-specific funds from patrons, corporations, agencies, events, and foundations. Duties include annual fundraising and development of a capital building/endowment fund drive scheduled for 2005-06.

Phoenix Theatre, the oldest arts organization in Arizona, offers a full range of theatrical and educational programming to a diverse and growing audience.

The Development Director reports to the Managing Director, and works closely with the Producing Artistic Director and the Board. This is a salaried position with a benefits package including and health and dental insurance. Send cover letter and resume with fundraising history to: Development Director Search, Phoenix Theatre, 100 E. McDowell, Phoenix, Arizona 85004.


*New Listing* Associate Director of Development - Scottsdale Center for the Arts

The Scottsdale Center for the Arts seeks an experienced development professional to support the SCA director and the vice president of Development in the management and coordination of SCA's development and fundraising efforts to meet short- and long-term budgetary needs.

The ideal candidate will possess a minimum B.A. degree with related course work in non-profit management including annual fund, major gifts, special events and sponsorship, or related field and 5 years development experience. CFRE preferred. Grant writing and major gift experience is strongly desired. This position executes fund raising activities and programs including corporate, individual, foundation, government giving, grant research and grant writing initiatives.

The Center celebrates its 30th anniversary season and offers a wide range of programming including theater, world music, jazz, dance, classical music in three theatres; diverse educational programs for adults, families, and children; a three-day nationally-recognized Arts Festival; and creative special events. We offer a competitive salary commensurate with experience and a full benefits package.

To apply, send your cover letter of interest and interest with your resume to: E-mail: OR MAIL TO: Scottsdale Cultural Council, 7380 E. Second Street, Scottsdale, AZ 85251 OR Fax: 480-874-4699


*New Listing* *Multiple Positions* - CI, Inc.

Clinical Director

The Clinical Director will supervise all clinical activities ensuring that program services are provided in accordance with policy & procedures, local, state and federal laws, and licensure/accreditation standards. The Clinical Director will oversee delivery of appropriate clinical services and ensure that the clinical staff complies with established guidelines.

The Clinical Director will supervise all therapists, both full-time & contract and be responsible for assessment, treatment, development and implementation of client therapeutic plans for all programs.

This position requires a Master's Degree in Social Work, Counseling, or other Mental Health field, 5 years counseling and field experience. Candidate must be independently licensed in Counseling, Social Work and/or Marriage/Family Therapy prior to hire date. 2 years of supervisory experience or training. Please fax resume to 602-495-1435.


The Therapist will conduct intake interviews and assess client and families; Prepare goal-oriented diagnostic assessments, service plans and progress reports; Conduct or co-lead client group for special topic areas; Provide outreach family therapy; Provide case consultations and/or one-to-one counseling for difficult clients and/or crisis intervention; Maintain therapeutic services within CI, Inc. and funding source guidelines; Maintain current professional certification for therapeutic counseling services; Attend training, workshops and meetings upon request.

Master's degree in social work, counseling or other mental health field, or clinical or counseling psychologist. Must be State Certified prior to hire date or obtain State Certification within 6 months of hire date. One year experience that focused on community-based programs and/or direct practical experience with children and family therapy.

To learn more about the other available positions, like Assistant Program Director and Administrative Clerk --please visit


*New Listing* General Manager – Metropolitan Youth Symphony

The General Manager is responsible for managing the human and financial resources of Metropolitan Youth Symphony in order to achieve the organization's mission. The General Manager is responsible and accountable for all operational aspects of the organization (performing the tasks himself or supervising others who do), and implementing the policies set by the board of directors. The General Manager is selected by and reports to the orchestra's Board of Directors through the Board President. The General Manager's artistic counterpart is the Music Director.

Please send resumes to Tanya Letham or contact by phone 480-363-8340.


*New Listing* Administrative Assistant - Chrysalis

The focus of all Chrysalis programs is ending domestic abuse. Chrysalis is currently searching for an experienced Administrative Assistant to the Executive Director. The ideal candidate will have five years of related experience, effective verbal and written communication skills and proficiency in Microsoft Word. Knowledge of Microsoft Excel, ACCESS and Publisher are also a plus. Experience with scheduling software would be helpful. The person in this position must have the ability to work in a high pressure, limited resource environment. Supervisory experience is required. This position requires a candidate who is well organized and able to prioritize duties, sometimes at the last minute. Public speaking and presentation experience is desired. Some of the responsibilities for this position may include:

• Assist the Executive Director with phone calls, correspondence, etc.
• Responsible for distribution of mail from the Executive Director's out box
• Staff liaison to the Board of Directors and responsible for Board correspondence
• Take and prepare minutes at monthly Board meetings
• Attend and take minutes at other committee and management meetings
• Assist with fundraising events as needed
• Represent Chrysalis at community meetings/functions as needed
• Maintain corporate and grant files
• Prepare completed RFP's for submittal to potential funding sources
• Supervise front office staff and provide support to staff when needed
• Assist Human Resources Dept. as needed to place and screen employment ads
• Maintain Corporate Policy & Procedures Manual
• Organize special events and/or projects as assigned
• Assist other Management staff as needed

Chrysalis provides an excellent benefit package including health, dental, life and long-term disability insurance as well as a generous vacation and sick leave program. Send resume and cover letter to:


*New Listing* Executive Director – ACCA Arizona Chapter

ACCA-Arizona Chapter is looking for a full-time Executive Director. ACCA-Arizona has been in existence for 52 years, and serves the air conditioning and heating industry. Please call or email Karen Nordstrand for more information at 602-298-5454 or


*New Listing* Executive Director - The Institute of Cultural Affairs USA

The Institute of Cultural Affairs USA (ICA) is seeking a dynamic, mission-driven Executive Director with the vision and passion to lead our nationwide organization. ICA USA, a social change nonprofit organization with offices in Chicago and Phoenix, teaches and uses participatory methods of problem solving and planning that builds ownership in creating community and organizational change. Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director will: provide direction and leadership to achieve ICA's philosophy, mission and strategic plan; develop & implement a marketing and public relations program; working with staff, establish and implement fundraising strategies and programs; provide guidance and support to teams to ensure innovation and new approaches while building an organization of continuous change, renewal and responsiveness

In recent years ICA has confronted financial challenges. In facing these challenges ICA has shown the ingenuity and grit for which it is known. Leading ICA to financial sustainability will be the Executive Director's top priority.

Required experience is 5 years experience as an Executive Director in a medium to large sized nonprofit organization – or a position of significant authority. Master's Degree required.

The Executive Director will serve the organization from offices in Chicago and Phoenix. Salary: $65,000 - $72,000 DOQ, plus benefits. Send letter, resume & salary history by 4/30/2005 to visit our website at for further information. EOE


*New Listing* Phone Friend Operations Coordinator – Association for Supportive Child Care (ASCC)

The Phone Friend Operations Coordinator has the overall responsibility for coordinating the day-to-day operations of the Phone Friend Phone Line Program. The Phone Friend Program offers a bilingual after school "warm line" for children who are home alone, lonely or just need someone to talk to. The PF Operations Coordinator provides the skills necessary to implement the Program objectives, prepare monthly program reports, seek additional program funding, screen, train and supervise "warm line" staff and agency volunteers and maintain daily operations of the telephone lines.

The position is full time, 9:30 AM – 6:30 PM, Monday-Friday. $15.00 - $16.00 per hour to start, depending on experience. Individuals meeting the minimum qualifications listed above may send their resumes to or call 480-829-0500, ext. 101 for an application.


*New Listing* Communications Manager- Special Olympics Arizona

Special Olympics Arizona (SOA) is seeking an individual to manage its communications and marketing initiatives. The Communications Manager will be responsible for the development and production of SOA marketing communications which includes quarterly newsletter, monthly ENewsletter, competition programs and public and media relations. This position will plan and coordinate information to help increase awareness of SOA programs, achievements, or point of view among various target audiences and will provide internal and external communication support to areas of SOA.

The qualified applicant will have a Bachelor's degree in Marketing Communications or related field; minimum of five years equivalent experience; excellent communication skills, including exceptional writing; strong organizational and interpersonal skills; knowledge of Microsoft programs; and be team oriented. Experience in sports and nonprofit environment is desirable. Salary Range $40-50K annually. Please send resume and cover letter to Special Olympics Arizona, Attn: Marketing, 3816 N. 7th Street, Phoenix, AZ 85015; or by Fax: 602-230-1110; or email to:


*New Listing* HIV Case Manager - Coconino County Health Department

Position Open Until Filled (Opening 3/24/05)

NATURE OF WORK: Under general supervision, plans, implements and access needed services to programs with specialization in HIV Care and Treatment Services. This is a professional position working in the development and coordination of public health education, health promotion and community outreach activities. Considerable independent judgment and initiative is exercised within established policies and procedures.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor's Degree in Nursing, Social Work, Public/Business Administration, health or related field and one year of case management or administrative experience; OR any equivalent combination of education, training and experience which demonstrates the ability to perform the duties of the position. Must possess a valid Arizona driver's license.

Salary: $30,605/annually, 40 hours per week. To request an application or apply online, visit


*New Listing* Entry-level Manager – Kids Voting USA

Kids Voting USA has opportunities for Americorps*VISTA volunteers. Make a difference for America by helping Kids Voting USA (KVUSA) build a new generation of active, engaged citizens. Assist KVUSA in supporting and serving its nationwide network of affiliates to develop lifetime citizenship and voting habits in youth. Help facilitate national fund-raising efforts through grantwriting and partnership development. Develop project management, networking, communication, and grant writing skills.

Support affiliates through coordination of communication efforts, delivery of services and information management. Develop information-gathering processes to collect data about affiliates, territories served and program impact. Help organize and implement national fund-raising and partnership efforts.

AmeriCorps*VISTA volunteers serve full-time, for one year with varying work hours and receive a modest living allowance, health insurance, and education award of $4,725, relocation expenses, and travel reimbursement.

KVUSA provides skills training; opportunities to build your resume and work portfolio and a staff mentor throughout the year to provide guidance and support. The KVUSA national office is a small organization that offers the opportunity for AmeriCorps*VISTA volunteers to learn in a friendly, cooperative work environment. KVUSA and the Corporation for National and Community Service are equal opportunity organizations.

Please contact Paula Case, vice president, affiliate services, at 1-866-500-VOTE (8683) for more information or visit our Web site at . To apply, use the online AC*RPS system at .


Executive Director - Arizona Foundation for Women

The mission of the Arizona Foundation for Women (AFW) is to fund programs that fulfill the unmet needs of Arizona's women and children. The priority areas are domestic violence and child abuse with emphasis on prevention and intervention.

The Executive Director (ED) of the Arizona Foundation for Women is the chief ranking employee. The Executive Director will directly manage the organization's annual operating budget of approximately $1 million, plus all current assets. The ED is responsible for the daily operations and overall leadership of AFW including all aspects of personnel, fundraising, grant-making, fiscal responsibilities, program design and delivery, public relations, marketing, and volunteer recruitment and management. The ED plays a key role in establishing the direction of oversight of key initiatives and auxiliary organizations such as MAN, CAN, and Angels.

The successful candidate must be passionate about women's and children's issues and capable of working in a fast-paced environment with many diverse stakeholders. This position requires a Bachelor's Degree and an advanced degree in social service, management, or similar field is preferable. At least five years experience in administration or management is required, and leadership experience in a non-profit organization is preferred. Applications accepted through April 8th. For more information, please send resumes to: Hope Levin, President AFW c/o U.S. Bank 101 North First Ave., Suite 1600, Phoenix, AZ 85003 or fax to 602-257-5352


Teen & Family Program Director - Scottsdale/Paradise Valley YMCA

6869 E. Shea Blvd., Scottsdale, AZ 85254
Hiring Range: $28,162--$35,203

This is an exciting opportunity for an energetic, motivated individual to join a team of committed branch staff to manage teen and family programs including Scottsdale Youth Leadership, Youth & Government, Y-Guides program, Summer Teen Camp and Birthday Parties. Existing Teen Center at the Pauite Neighborhood Center (6535 E. Osborn) and major facility renovation includes a new teen center with many programming options. Qualified applicants will have 1-2 years experience working with youth and families, must have excellent organization and communication skills and ability to do multi-tasks. Responsibilities include supervision of staff and volunteers, fiscal development, program planning, promotion and implementation. Bilingual is a plus. Closing Date: March 30, 2005


*Multiple Positions* Center for Hope at Community Bridges

Program Manager – Center for Hope at Community Bridges

The Center for Hope is a newly constructed residential treatment program located in Mesa, Arizona which offers long-term transitional housing for pregnant women with co-occurring disorders. This 20,000 square foot campus will serve 24 women and up to 32 children (8 toddlers and 24 infants).

The Program Manager will direct all segments of the operation of the facility, and coordinate the wraparound service delivery of educational, life skills, financial, and interpersonal training needed to support the successful implementation of nationally recognized best practice addiction and psychological therapies.

The successful candidate must be able to demonstrate superior skills in these areas, have a minimum of 3 years experience as a program manager in a residential women's and children's program, 5 years substance abuse treatment experience, a Master's Degree, and possess a current Arizona LISAC (Licensed Independent Substance Abuse Counselor). Excellent salary and benefits package and a beautiful new campus to manage. Send resume to

Clinical Manager – Center for Hope at Community Bridges

The Center for Hope is a newly constructed residential treatment program located in Mesa, Arizona which offers long-term transitional housing for pregnant women with co-occurring disorders. This 20,000 square foot campus will serve 24 women and up to 32 children (8 toddlers and 24 infants).

The Clinical Manager will direct all aspects of implementing a national model best practice residential treatment program for this population. Clinical program development was accomplished through State and local agency collaboration as well as research and development assistance from CSAT (Center for Substance Abuse Treatment). The program is designed to support women from early pregnancy to healthy birth through the coordinated delivery of addiction treatment, psychological therapy, educational assistance, social skill building, job training, and prenatal care that will carry her and her baby through a balanced postpartum adjustment and eventual transition to successful independent living. Wraparound services will be delivered on-site to this trauma informed, high risk population.

The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate superior skills through a minimum of 3 years of clinical leadership in a residential women and children's program. A Master's Degree (MSW, MC, or related), as well as being an Arizona Licensed Independent Substance Abuse Counselor (LISAC) (or another State's equivalent) is required. Experience working with the homeless is also desired. Excellent salary and benefits package. Send resume to


*Multiple Positions* HomeBase Youth Services

Youth Care Specialist

  • Responsible for teaching social, independent living and academic skills by maintaining the motivational system, implementing the case plans and daily interactions.
  • High School Diploma or GED or one (1) year of equivalent experience plus 1 year of experience in related field with specific experience in youth based programs.
  • Pay $11.54 per hour with a $.50 per hour shift differential for hours worked between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. All shift available. Bi-lingual applicants preferred.
ORC Case Coordinator

Responsible for providing Case management and case planning goals and objectives for Outreach Center Clients.
  • Bachelor's degree in related field or three (3) years of equivalent experience plus,
  • One (1) year of experience in related field with specific experience in case management or youth based programs.
  • Pay $12-15 per hour, DOE. Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and bi-lingual applicants preferred.

Data Specialist

  • Data entry and data analysis to support programs/compliance/grants.
  • High School Diploma or one (1) year of equivalent experience plus,
  • One (1) year of experience in related field with specific experience in data entry, Microsoft Access and Excel. Experience with HMIS a plus.
  • Pay $10-13 per hour, DOE. 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.

HomeBase Youth Services is a local, nonprofit organization that provides services to youth living on the streets of Arizona. These services are designed to provide a safe environment where youth in need can learn essential life skills that will lead them to independent and productive lives. The mission of HomeBase Youth Services is teaching at risk and homeless youth how to live healthy and independent lives. HBYS is an equal opportunity employer and is currently hiring. Please refer to the website at for job descriptions. All interested candidates can apply in person, Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., at 931 E. Devonshire Avenue, fax their resume to (602) 263-5498 or apply on-line. For further information, please call (602) 263-7773 ext 211.


Visitor Sales and Services Associate - Arizona Science Center

Are you a people person with an outgoing personality? Do you have a retail or customer service background? Then this might be the job for you! The Arizona Science Center is in need of full- and part-time Visitor Sales and Services Associates. The positions are available immediately.

Successful candidates will be comfortable greeting Science Center visitors, including school field trip groups; work well with others; is friendly and good with customer-service; and can deal well with the rare upset visitor or rowdy groups. Cashiering or POS experience helpful. The Science Center will provide training.

Please email or fax your resume to: Bill Schmidt, Visitor Sales and Services Manager,, 602-716-2099. For more information, please visit the Job Opportunities page on the Arizona Science Center website at:


Administrative Assistant - Family Involvement Center

FIC is a non-profit organization in the behavior health field. We are currently seeking a full-time Administrative Assistant. The ideal candidate will possess, excellent organization skills, working knowledge of excel, work and misc. office equipment. Knowledge of various state agencies and programs is preferred. Candidate must be open to new responsibilities and challenges. Previous experience in a mental health setting is a plus. Compensation DOE. If interested please e-mail resume to Website:


Campaign Assistant - Team In Training, The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society

This position performs diverse projects and activities for the chapter to support and enhance income production; Assists in recruitment of volunteers interested in training for endurance events. Duties and Responsibilities: Administers select on-going programs and/or special projects (e.g. sponsorship recruitment, corporate/foundation prospect identification and cultivation, prize distribution, event press releases, event logistics coordination, etc.)

Position also provides administrative, secretarial and clerical support for special events; Maintains assigned office, program and event records, files and data bases; Prepares event related correspondence and reports; Maintains a working knowledge of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society mission and its programs to address them.

Position Requirements: Excellent word processing and database management skills. Good communication and organizational skills. Proficient in business English, spelling, punctuation and grammar. Proficient in basic accounting and bookkeeping skills. Detail-oriented and highly organized. Knowledge of standard business machines and computers. Professional maturity and judgment. Contact Steve Kunz at 602-788-8622 ext 29.


Full-Time Assistant Production Director - Sun City Studio Arizona Unit Recording for the Blind & Dyslexic

Recording for the Blind & Dyslexic (RFB&D), a national, nonprofit organization providing educational materials in recorded and computerized formats to individuals who cannot read standard print, seeks a detail-oriented, self starter individual to join the Arizona Unit as the Assistant Production Director. Position will provide administrative and technical support to the Production Director in the testing, training and implementation of digital audio production processes and software at this audio studio. Position will also involve staff supervision and scheduling of volunteers.

Qualified candidates will possess strong interpersonal skills, adaptability, detail orientation, and be proficient in Microsoft office applications. An audio background would be helpful.

Send resume with salary requirements to or RFB&D Attn: Susan Reilly 3627 E. Indian School Road, Ste. 108, Phoenix, AZ 85018.


Marketing and Communications Director
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Arizona

BBBS is a leading mentoring organization in the United States. We match adult volunteer mentors to children in need of a positive adult role model. We seek an energetic, self-starting, experienced Marketing and Communications Director. This position is responsible for the development and production of marketing materials, relationships with advertising agency with local media. Support for all special and fund raising events. Tasks include but are not limited to preparation of press releases and PSAs, preparing written information and promotion of all special events, promote and track media and collateral material for Fund Development events. This is an excellent opportunity for a candidate interested in doing a variety of tasks, interacting with the friends and donors of Big Brothers Big Sisters, and participating in marketing one of Arizona's leading non-profit agencies.

The candidate must be able to communicate effectively verbally and in writing and be highly organized. This is an exempt position, generally Monday - Friday, but some flexibility is needed for occasional evening or weekend events. The salary range is $35,000 - $40,000 depending on experience. Benefits include health, dental, and life insurance and a generous 403(b) retirement plan. Requirements: Proficiency in MS Office; at least 3 years professional experience in marketing or similar field; ad agency experience a plus, bachelor's degree or professional experience equal to a four-year degree is required. Candidates without the required educational/work experience will NOT be considered.

Send resume with cover letter to Madeleine Stilwell, 1010 E McDowell #400, Phoenix, AZ 85006; email No faxes please. Position is open until filled.


Grants Manager/Business Manager Position -Arizona Community Action Association

Arizona Community Action Association seeks experienced Grants Manager/Business Manager. Job duties include: prepare grant proposals, program reports, budgets and fiscal reports; contract management; fundraising; serve as liaison to community groups; work with various Committees and Board; manage accounts payable/receivable, payroll and grant reports.

This is an immediate opening. The qualified applicant has proven experience in: contract and project management; professional communication skills; ability to analyze, interpret, research, report findings; Microsoft Office and QuickBooks. This position requires a B.S., B.A. or equivalent experience. Desktop publishing a plus. We offer a competitive salary commensurate with experience and a full benefits package. Qualified candidates send resume and cover letter to: Cynthia Zwick, Executive Director, ACAA, 2627 N Third St, Suite 2, Phoenix, AZ, 85004 or email to To learn more about Arizona Community Action Association log onto


Early Childhood Program Specialist - Niños en Mi Casa Program (Flagstaff)

This position would be responsible for assisting individuals with child care certification and training. This is a full-time position with health, dental, 401K, $11/hr. Minimum requirements are and AA degree in early childhood education or equivalent work experience. Communication, organization, computer and people skills needed. Transportation required for out of county travel, all mileage reimbursed. Mail or drop off resume no later than March 16, 2005 at 4pm.

Association for Supportive Child Care Niños en Mi Casa Program
2708 North Fourth Street Suite C-1 Flagstaff 86004. EOE.

Tina Nation
Ninos en Mi Casa Program Coordinator
Association for Supportive Child Care


Director of Quality Management – EMPACT-Suicide Prevention Center

EMPACT is a Tempe based non-for-profit with a new opportunity to be a part of the Executive team. EMPACT has been providing behavioral health services to your community since 1989. This role will implement CQI processes, oversee CARF accreditation, licensure activities, risk mgmt & act as the HIPAA privacy officer. MA/MS degree with +5 yrs senior mgmt experience required. AZBBHE independent licensure or CPHQ designation preferred.

Position compensation includes an outstanding benefits package including PTO, & 401(k). Please fax/email resumes w/salary history to 480.736.4939, To learn more about us, please stop by our website at today! EOE


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