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Wichita Regional Chamber of Commerce

Vice President of Finance & Administration

Directs all administrative activities of the organization including financial reports and forecasts. Oversees accounting, payroll, technology, human resources and facilities management.  Degree in business, accounting or finance required plus 8 to 10 years experience in financial management.  Nonprofit experience preferred.  Salary commensurate with experience and excellent benefits package.  Send resume and cover letter to: Gary Plummer, President/CEO

gplummer@wichitachamber.org

Posted 11/12/2019

The Arc

Marketing and Development Director 

The Arc is looking for a dynamic Marketing and Development Director to help promote and support some of the most exciting and well-established programs serving individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities in the State of Kansas.

This is a full-time, salaried exempt position and serves on the management team of The Arc. The Marketing and Development Director is responsible for overseeing all of The Arc’s development efforts, including but not limited to special events, annual appeals, grant development, capitol campaigns and donor development and recognition. They will also oversee outreach and marketing efforts to reach new families, promote programming and events, reach the greater community and attract new donors

Candidates MUST have the following knowledge, skills and abilities:

· Professional, independent self-starter who takes on responsibility and has excellent attention to details

· Experience in fundraising, marketing, and or public relations.

· Strong organizational and multi-tasking skills 

· Effective oral and written communication skills 

· Basic knowledge of Microsoft Office, including Outlook, Word, Excel and Publisher

· Experience with Donor databases and graphic design a plus 

Key areas of responsibility include:

  • Identifies and develops potential donors, strengthens existing donor relationships, cultivates financial support for The Arc.
  • Supervises the accurate maintenance of donor records in a database.
  • Establishes and builds relationships with board and committee members to assure their participation in and support of agency projects and activities.
  • Develops and implements appropriate direct mail campaigns that includes mid and year-end appeals. This includes creation of mail piece, tracking and appropriately thanking donors.
  • Plans and implements major fundraising events annually to generate funding and increase awareness for the agency.
  • Investigates grant opportunities, develops proposals and follows-up on required reporting
  • Annually, develops a communications calendar tying all marketing and development needs for the following year. Utilizes calendar as a road map for accomplishing communications goals.
  • Acts as liaison to outside entities visiting The Arc. Coordinates daily events, speakers, schedules, agenda, and participation of The Arc management staff.
  • Gives tours of The Arc upon request
  • Establishes  and maintains communication with local media, including radio, television and print to promote the services of The Arc of Sedgwick County
  • Develops press releases for The Arc’s events and programs as needed
  • Provides necessary leadership and support to publish weekly Arc e-newsletter. 
  • Oversees  The Arc’s webpage. Ensures information is accurate, current and eye catching.
  • Updates social media highlighting Arc events and related community happenings.
  • Creates annual report, program brochures and other brochures for The Arc as requested.
  • Works with the Executive Director to plan and host annual meeting, including securing site, designing invitations and planning program.

Qualified applicants should send your resume and a cover letter to The Arc of Sedgwick County, c/o Executive Director, 2919 West Second St, Wichita KS 67203 by November 15, 2019

To learn more about The Arc, visit: www.Arc-SedgwickCounty.org

Posted 11/4/2019

The Arc

Program Director

The Arc of Sedgwick County is looking for a dynamic Program Director to lead some of the most exciting and well-established programs serving individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities in the State of Kansas.

This is a full-time, salaried exempt position and serves on the management team of The Arc. The Program Director is responsible for The Arc’s Special Projects Department and all programs and events connected to this department.  The Program Director ensures dependable, safe and appropriate programming for those The Arc serves. The Program Director is heavily involved in fund-raising activities as they relate to special events.

Candidates MUST have the following knowledge, skills and abilities:

· Professional, independent self-starter who takes on responsibility and has excellent attention to details

· Strong organizational and multi-tasking skills 

· Effective oral and written communication skills 

· Basic knowledge of Microsoft Office, including Outlook, Word, Excel and Access

· Valid Commercial driver’s license (CDL) or ability and willingness to obtain a CDL within 2 months of hire 

· Bachelors’ degree in a Human Services or related field. (Five years of successful work experience in a related field may qualify as a substitution for a portion of the education requirement.)

· Experience in program development and minimum of five years of leadership experience

· To perform this job successfully, an individual MUST have successful experience serving people with developmental/developmental disabilities. 

Key areas of responsibility include:

· Developing, sustaining, growing and evaluating programs to meet the mission of The Arc 

· Directly providing care and support for those with developmental disabilities within programs

· Developing and ensuring program budgets are met

· Hiring and training program staff and volunteers

· Overseeing program resources including, but not limited to vehicles, equipment and supplies

· Assisting with community awareness education and training activities

· Participating with development & marketing activities supporting The Arc programs  

Qualified applicants should send your resume and a cover letter to The Arc of Sedgwick County, c/o Executive Director, 2919 West Second St, Wichita KS 67203 by November 25, 2019

To learn more about The Arc, visit: www.Arc-SedgwickCounty.org

Posted 11/4/2019

Wichita Fellowship Club

Accountant and Clerical Office Position

Wichita Fellowship Club, Inc. (WFC) is a 501-c-3 nonprofit and has been in Wichita for over 54 years. Our Board and Volunteers are passionate about helping the hopeless, homeless alcoholic. The mission of WFC is to provide a sober, alcohol and drug free house and other facilities for living and recreation for those persons addicted to alcohol and desiring to change their lives. Our clients do not have access to insurance nor other means of support so WFC is supported by our community fundraising and other fundraising activities. When the men & women become sober and healthy they get a job and pay $100 per week for room and 3 meals a day. They also have emotional support 24/7 by volunteers and fellow recovering persons. 


Description & Responsibilities of the Accounting/ Clerical Hire 

Fully knowledgeable in Double Entry Bookkeeping (GAPP rules), Financial Statements. Accuracy 

Software: Windows 10, Sage 50 Accounting, Donor Perfect (donor tracking), Microsoft Office. 

Experience with Payroll, Federal and State Tax Requirements for payroll 

Learn or know IRS Requirements for 501-c-3 non Profits 

Knowledge of Budgeting, Finance, & Controls. 

Administrative Support. Letters, filing, etc. 

Ability to learn current company system and prepare reports for the Board Meetings. Training will be given 

Pay rate commensurate with capabilities and experience. 

Submit 1. Cover letter, 2. Resume, 3. List of working and personal references to M.H.Akers at admin@wichitafellowship.org.

Posted 11/4/2019

Kansas CASA Association (KCA)

State Director

Job Summary:

Kansas CASA Association (KCA) works to ensure that success of its member CASA agencies so that victims of child abuse and neglect in the court system have community Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) volunteers focused on their best interests.  The State Director is responsible for the routine operation and ongoing development of the Kansas CASA Association (KCA). The State Director is expected to keep the Board of Directors apprised of any concerns or issues that could potentially negatively affect the organization and retains the responsibility for the sound fiscal and programmatic management of the organization.

 

1. Responsibilities and Duties:
Program/Service Development
Serve as a liaison between local programs and the KCA Board of Directors in the development and/or implementation of CASA programs in Kansas.
Provide support and resources to counties that have interest in or are developing CASA programs.
Provide ongoing technical assistance and communication tools for established CASA programs.

2. Resource Development:
Work with the Financial Committee to develop an annual plan to meet the financial needs of the organization.
Work with the Board of Directors to create statewide funding opportunities for KCA.
Write and/or supervise grant proposals for KCA.

3. Marketing and Public Relations:
Help set statewide public relations and marketing goals and assist in meeting those goals. Goals should promote KCA membership and enhance the visibility of KCA.
Establish positive standard media and social media relations for CASA statewide.
Assure adequate and current program literature is available for distribution.
Ensure timely publication and distribution of the KCA newsletter.

4. Public Policy and Legislative Advocacy:
Work in partnership with local CASA programs to address public policy issues and engage in legislative education on behalf of abused and neglected children, balancing the need for the credibility of a unified state position with the needs of local organizations.
Maintain positive relations with other professional and social service groups, the state legislature, state agencies and other policymakers.
Serve on appropriate statewide committees and participate in statewide coalitions with similar missions.

5. Direction of Internal Activities:
Direct, supervise, and evaluate staff and volunteers/student interns.
Work with the Board President to prepare agendas and materials for meetings of the Board of Directors and Executive Committee.
Keep the Board of Directors, through the Board President, informed of policy or organizational problems as they arise.
Provide direction for the development of improved methods, systems, procedures, policies, and techniques to more effectively operate the organization, and provide a greater level of service to local CASA programs.
Implement and monitor annual goals in consultation with the Board of Directors and the President. Prepares and/or assists with the preparation of the Annual Report.

6. Financial Management:
Assist with development of recommended budget at the beginning of each fiscal year in consultation with the Finance Committee.
Monitor KCA program costs and maintain expenditures within approved budget
Supervise the receipt, processing and payment of bills.
Track expenditures and adherence to any requirements set forth by grantors.
Supervise the processing of donations received by KCA
Make a complete financial report to the membership at the annual meeting in coordination with the Treasurer.

7. Meetings, Affiliations and Organizations:
Attend board meetings and provide appropriate and thorough reports to the Board.
Participate or delegate participation in statewide meetings that further the interest of CASA and those served, including accepting appointments to committees and task forces.
Work cooperatively with Office of Judicial Administration and other statewide partners representatives.

8. General - Performs other duties that may be required or assigned by the Board of Directors.

Qualifications and Skills:
Requirements include a bachelor’s degree in public administration, social work, or a related field, strong leadership skills, and experience and a demonstrated record of successful fundraising. Individuals must have at least 2 years of supervisory experience with the ability to manage competing priorities with multiple deadlines, be proficient in Microsoft Office Suite and Google products, flexible with the ability to work independently toward achieving goals and deliverables, and the ability to pay serious attention to organization, detail and accuracy. Further requirements include the ability to speak publicly to large audiences, conduct training sessions, competently speak to legislators, legislative committees, and other state-level partners, and experience in child welfare setting or as a CASA volunteer or supervisor. Must have reliable transportation and availability to travel periodically within Kansas and out of state. Successful completion of comprehensive criminal and child welfare background screenings required.

Send cover letter, vitae or resume, writing sample, and 3 professional references to apply@kansascasa.org. No phone calls, please.

Kansas CASA Association is an equal opportunity employer. KCA prohibits discrimination or harassment of any kind and does not consider race, color, religion, gender identity, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, or marital status in employment decisions. It is our policy to maintain a non-discriminatory environment free from intimidation, harassment, or bias based upon these grounds.

Posted 10/31/2019

DCCCA

Performance Improvement/Quality Assurance Specialist

DCCCA provides social and community services that improve the safety, health and well-being of those we serve. Assisting individuals and families throughout Kansas and Oklahoma, DCCCA has proudly served the residents of our communities with a spirit of openness and acceptance for more than 45 years.

Family Preservation Services (FPS) provides intensive in-home services and case management services to families who have one or more children at risk of out-of-home placement or who will be at risk of out-of-home placement at birth. Staff will perform services in the Kansas City area or the Wichita area.

Full Time Performance Improvement/Quality Assurance Specialist

Position Overview:
•Maintains electronic client record configurations
•Assists with improvement and maintenance of data accuracy
•Tracks, generates, and distributes regular and ad hoc data and outcome reports
•Completes case reads
•Monitors evidence-based practice fidelity
•Monitors satisfaction surveys, logs, complaints
•Communicates and/or provides training on software updates; supports staff access to systems

Requirements include:
•Bachelor's degree in related-field is required
•Requires 2 years' of experience researching, collecting, and analyzing data
•Experience in health care or child welfare preferred
•Proficient in using Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Office products, and Internet Exploer
•Valid driver's license with a good driving record
•Must pass pre-employment background checks and drug screening

EOE

Posted 10/24/2019

Envision

Manager, Adult Day Support Program

POSITION SUMMARY Manage the overall effective operation of the PRIDE (People Reaching for Independence and the Development of Excellence) program in accordance with applicable federal and state regulations, as well as the organization’s policies and procedures. This program delivers day support services to adults who are legally blind and have an intellectual developmental disability.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES/ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS INCLUDE • Develop, implement and manage processes, policies and procedures that support and ensure compliance with patient care support plans and behavior support plans, as well as compliance with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, while aligning with Envision’s objectives.
• Effectively and strategically utilize current and new information regarding compliance regulations in order to recommend best practices to ensure delivery of exemplary services to the Consumers.
• Maintain current knowledge of local, state and federal laws, regulations, policies and procedures pertinent to employment services.
• Provide effective and collaborative leadership to the department. Supervise direct reports, providing guidance on day-to-day tasks, Consumer care, training, time management, employee evaluations and performance management. Inspect work performed by direct reports to ensure that quality and service standards are consistently met.
• Achieve financial objectives by participating in the development of an annual expense budget, help identify scheduled expenditures and make cost-saving suggestions in support of maximum utilization of resources in order to ensure that the department operates within budget requirements.
• Establish and maintain key relationships with individuals, organizations, companies, and sister agencies and other non-profits in order to build PRIDE’s brand position, mission awareness, referral networks and future collaborative relationships. Utilize these relationships to seek opportunities for work assignments to be completed by the Consumers.
• Collaborate with Foundations and Mission Services colleagues to foster relationships with strategic community leaders, governmental agencies, corporations, foundations and other organizations. Utilize these relationships to promote PRIDE services by creating and executing speaking opportunities, partnerships and appearances.
• Maintain a safe and clean work environment by educating and directing personnel on the use of all control points, equipment and resources; maintain compliance with established safety policies and procedures.
• Facilitate admission into the PRIDE program.
• Flexibility to perform other duties as assigned.

JOB REQUIREMENTS INCLUDE
Education: Bachelor’s degree in health related or social services field (Rehabilitation, Sociology, Special Education, Social Work, or related field) required.

Experience: Minimum of five years supervisory experience required.

Knowledge/Skills:
• Strong interpersonal and communication skills and ability to interact effectively with employees at all levels.
• Ability to lead and motivate team members while managing multiple priorities, meeting deadlines, making decisions and producing results.
• Knowledge of the social, physical and psychological aspects of human behavior and disability as related to personal, social and vocational adjustment.
• Ability to carry out management responsibilities in accordance with the organization’s policies and applicable laws.
• Demonstrated ability to utilize computer software including Microsoft Office suite.

Licenses/Certifications:

• Current CPR/First Aid certification required.
• Current driver’s license and driving record in good standing required.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES

Total Number of Employees Directly Supervising: 7

Number of Subordinate Supervisors Reporting to Position: 1

VISION REQUIREMENTS INCLUDE (check one)

Can be performed with or without assistive technology:

X Required to perform activities such as: preparing/analyzing data/figures; viewing a computer screen; reading; inspecting small objects for defects; using measuring devices; and/or assembling parts with close eye contact.

___ Required to perform activities such as: operating machinery and/or power tools at or within arm’s reach; performing non-repetitive tasks such as carpentry work or repairing machinery.

X Required to review/inspect own assigned work, the work of others, or facilities or structures.

Requires normal (or corrected to normal) vision/acuity:

___ Required to operate motor vehicles and/or heavy equipment such as forklifts.

COMMENTS

Envision, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without illegal discrimination because of race, color, sex, age, gender identity, disability, religion, citizenship, national origin, ancestry, military status or veteran status, marital status, sexual orientation, domestic violence victim status, predisposing genetic characteristics and genetic information, and any other status protected by law.
Envision employs and advances in employment individuals with disabilities and veterans, and treats qualified individuals without discrimination on the basis of their physical or mental disability or veteran status.

Reasonable accommodations will be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
This position description is intended to convey generally the duties of this job. It is not an all-inclusive listing of duties, and it is not a contract, expressed or implied.


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Posted on 10/15/2019

DCCA (Wichita, KS area)

Family Preservation Services Program Director (Wichita, KS area)

DCCCA provides social and community services that improve the safety, health and well-being of those we serve. Assisting individuals and families throughout Kansas and Oklahoma, DCCCA has proudly served the residents of our communities with a spirit of openness and acceptance for more than 45 years.

Family Preservation Services (FPS) provides intensive in-home services and case management services to families who have one or more children at risk of out-of-home placement or who will be at risk of out-of-home placement at birth.

Position Overview:

• Assures that contract requirements for Family Preservation Services
are met through
• leadership, supervision and training of all staff
• Represents the agency as one of the primary liaisons to DCF and
participates in statewide or regional stakeholder meetings, policy,
program improvement or advisory groups
• Directly supervises team members and performs all supervisory
responsibilities in accordance with DCCCA policy and applicable laws
• Determines that all state outcomes and requirements are met and
maintains documentation to validate these outcomes
• Coordinates on-going staff trainings that meet both state and agency
expectations
• Serves as a liaison with community agencies, universities, DCF, and the
judicial system to represent DCCCA’s programs, philosophy and
mission
• Oversees quality assurance reviews of caseloads and documentation

Requirements include:

• Bachelor’s degree in social work or related field; Master’s preferred
• Licensure by the Behavioral Sciences Regulatory Board preferred
• Human Services or Family/Children services experience required
• Minimum of 2 years senior management experience
• Valid driver's license with a good driving record
• Must pass pre-employment background checks and drug screening

Eligible for a $2,000 sign-on bonus, EOE

Posted 10/7/2019

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