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The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society



How many people can answer the question, "What do you do for a living?" with the answer, "I help find cures for cancer." At LLS, employees take our mission seriously. Whether you work in one of our chapters, are an accountant at the national office or a specialist in our Information Resource Center, you work each day on making our mission a reality: Cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin's disease and myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and their families. Join us and give new meaning to the word, "job."

Responsible for managing and implementing one (1) or more small to midsize fundraising campaign or core event(s), and/or multiple independent elements on several campaigns or core events for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) in support of LLS’ mission, within the Chapter's chartered area.

Reports to: Sr. Campaign Manager

Supervises: NA

Campaign: Student Series


  • Oversee all aspects of small to midsize fundraising campaign(s) and/or multiple independent elements on several Campaign(s) to include the Student Series Programs, or other fundraising campaigns as assigned, including participation in committee meetings, recruitment and kickoff events, etc.
  • Ensure revenue goals are attained by partnering with chapter leadership to identify, recruit, manage and steward volunteer committees and fundraising campaign participants.
    Identifies, cultivates and stewards campaign volunteers/donors/teams/participants by developing and implementing campaign appropriate strategies and relationship cultivation activities for successful recruitment, acknowledgement and retention of volunteers/donors/teams/participants.
  • Act as an on-site manager during the campaign fundraising event, overseeing activities, staff, vendors, and volunteers to ensure satisfaction of participants, and resolutions of problems.
  • Manage and adhere to campaign timelines and budgets by tracking revenue and expenses associated with assigned fundraising campaigns.
  • Oversee logistics, timelines and other operational elements for assigned fundraising campaigns.
  • Provide input into the development of a strategic plan for the fundraising campaign(s), including fundraising goals, budget recommendations, vendors, volunteer goals, and timelines.
  • Evaluate the effectiveness of the on-going fundraising campaign(s), including fundraising efficiency (cost/expense), community engagement, event satisfaction, and overall success of the campaign.
  • Develop positive volunteer interactions through recruitment, mentoring, and providing comprehensive support for volunteer leadership and participants to develop and achieve personal fundraising plans, while focusing on the mission of LLS.
  • Identify and network with corporations, community groups, schools, and key donors to engage their support in LLS fundraising campaign(s).
  • Connect with vendors to secure the best rate or donation of services needed for the campaign(s).
  • Develop/modify marketing materials (brochures, recruitment, promotional flyers, pledge forms) to promote the fundraising campaign.
  • Maintain a working knowledge of the LLS's mission and programs to promote the Society's fundraising, research, and patient initiatives.
  • Performs other related duties as assigned.


Education & Experience Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree.
2 years fundraising, sales, marketing, communications, event planning experience.

Position Requirements:

  • Collaborate with Mission Team ensuring success of patient access, education, public policy & advocacy and research.
  • Excellent MS Office Suite and database management skills.
  • Capable of managing multiple priorities effectively.
  • Good communication and organizational skills.
  • Demonstrated knowledge and use of digital, social media & emerging online channels.
  • Detail-oriented and highly organized.
  • Professional and solid judgment.

Physical Demands & Work Environment:

  • Physical demands are minimal and typical of similar jobs in comparable organizations
  • Work environment is representative and typical of similar jobs in comparable organizations
  • May be required to move Campaign materials weighing up to 15 pounds for various events.
  • Travel within the Chapter's designated area.
  • Required to work evenings or weekends.

The statements herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees, and are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of responsibilities, duties, and skills required of employees. Furthermore, they do not establish a contract for employment and are subject to change at the discretion of the Company. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) does not accept resumes from third party recruitment/search firms. Please do not forward resumes to LLS employees or any company locations or email addresses. LLS is not responsible for any fees related to resumes not solicited by LLS Recruiting. The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

To Apply for this position please follow this link:

Posted 8/16/19

Kansas Hispanic Education & Development Foundation


Job Description- Full Time:

Position Summary: To manage and direct the fund development program of the Kansas Hispanic Education & Development Foundation. This includes development and implementation of short-term and long-term fundraising plans to support the annual operating needs and new and ongoing program needs. This position will work with the Scholarship-Operations Manager and Program Coordinator as related to these programs and assist the organization where needed within the scope of his/her assigned duties. 

Reports To: The Board of Directors 

Salary: Salary 

Position Functions: 

1. Incorporate KHEDF's policies and procedures, mission, and vision in development and implementation plans. 

2. Provide technical assistance to, as well as seek input from, key board members, staff members or committee members to identify needs and methods to address those needs. 

3. Identify, research and cultivate funding sources to include individuals, corporate, foundation, religious, and government in support of KHEDF's activities. 

4. Develop solicitation materials and prepare funding applications to various sources. Act as a resource to program staff involved in funding applications/writing grants, and assist in the submission of new funding requests. Provide reports on all requests and successful funding.

5. Utilize donor software for recording of all meetings and solicitations of donors. Provide reports to the development committee regarding gifts, cultivation of prospects, management of prospective donor lists and those that have declined gift proposals. 

6. Establish and implement an annual calendar of fundraising and grant writing activities to include sponsorships, program support, major gifts, and special events. 

7. Serve as staff liaison to development committee of the board of directors and assume responsibility for cultivating, training, and supporting the committee.

8. Work with the Program Director on the conceptual development and formation of new KHEDF programs. 

9. Perform duties as pertaining to scholarship and programs (see attached). 

10. Develop and monitor an annual plan to market KHEDF while highlighting program specific activities. 

11. Serve as the spokesperson to outside groups, including the media, in regard to fundraising activities and public relations. 

12. Assist in board development activities such as board member training sessions. 

Posted 8/15/19

Kansas Hispanic Education & Development Foundation


Job Description- Part Time:

Position Summary: To manage and direct the programs of the Kansas Hispanic Education & Development Foundation. This includes all promotion, coordination, and implementation of the Foundation's programs as well as function related to the students and their participation it's programs. This position will work with the Scholarship-Operations Manager and Development Director as related to these programs and assist the organization where needed within the scope of his/her assigned duties. 

Preference to candidates who are bi-lingual in Spanish and English and who have some experience in education or have a degree in education. 

Reports To: The Board of Directors 

Salary: Hourly 

Position Functions: 

1. Perform duties as outlined in the following document (see attached)

     a. Kansas Hispanic Scholarship Program 

     b. Making the Most of College Workshop 

     c. Operations Manager

     d. Scholarship & Recognition Dinner

     e. Tu Futuro: Through Education & Leadership Workshop 

     f. Adelante: The College Pathway Program 

2. Manage the KHEDF Website, Social Media and Brochures * 

     a. Keep website up to date. 

     b. Advise Board of any technical issues with the website. 

     c. Maintain social media accounts. 

     d. Update and maintain all brochures. 

3. Coordinate Holiday Reception and Summer Get Together.

4. Utilize the student intern(s) and administrative assistant to achieve the program director's objectives. 

5. Assist the Scholarship-Operations Manager and Development Director when needed. 

6. Cross train the Scholarship-Operations and Development Director. 

7. Serve as staff liaison to the Marketing Committee. *

8. Member of the Education Committee and Annual Dinner Committee. 

9. Occasional evening and weekend work required. 

*These items will become the responsibility of the Development Director. 

Posted 8/15/19

Hunter Health Clinic

The Chief Medical Officer (“CMO”) ensures the delivery of high quality, integrated, patient-centered and comprehensive primary care. The CMO is responsible for assuring the quality of clinical services provided by Hunter Health (e.g. medical, dental, behavioral health, substance use disorder/medication assisted treatment and optometry). The CMO provides clinical and administrative direction to the provider leadership team, including, the Director of Primary Care, the Dental Director and the Director of Integrated Care. Working from a solutions-oriented approach, the CMO ensures healthcare services are in compliance with all applicable regulatory and licensing agencies and meet the highest standards of care. In collaboration with the leadership team, the CMO is responsible for developing, implementing and maintaining the healthcare plan, clinical protocols, performance objectives, productivity benchmarks, compliance measures, provider workflow planning and provider scheduling.
As a licensed provider, the CMO will also provide patient (minimum 15 hours per week) in addition to their duties in administration.
•Doctor of Medicine or Doctor of Osteopathy degree or foreign degree equivalent; licensed or eligible for licensure in the State of Kansas; board certified or board-eligible in family medicine or internal medicine, preferred.
•Complete or be eligible to complete requirements for the State of Kansas, including state agreements for payment of health services under Medicare and Medicaid and other third-party payors.
•Eligible for Drug Enforcement Agency permission to prescribe and maintain controlled substances.
•Maintenance of credentialing and privileging with Hunter Health Clinic and any required or relevant hospitals or other facilities.
•Maintenance of continuing education requirements.
•Malpractice insurability.
•At least five years clinical experience and at least three years management experience preferred.
•Experience in primary care, ambulatory medical practices or emergency medicine preferred
•Basic knowledge of administrative functions and personnel management required.
About Hunter Health:
Hunter Health is a private, non-profit 501(c) (3) health care facility located in Wichita (Sedgwick County), the largest city in Kansas. Wichita, Kansas, which is located in the heart of the Midwest along the banks of the Arkansas River, is also the state's largest metro area and business hub.
Hunter Health was established in 1976 to serve American Indians in need of health care services. In 1985, it was expanded to serve all persons, regardless of ability to pay. Hunter Health was Kansas’s first Federally Qualified Health Center and remains the only Urban Indian Health Program in the entire state. Hunter Health provides comprehensive health care in three clinic locations that are home to some of the highest need areas in Sedgwick County and the surrounding areas. Hunter Health meets community needs by providing comprehensive medical, dental, and behavioral health care services in one location. Our integrated services bring primary care and behavioral health together to enhance the patient experience and increase overall wellness. For many patients, integrated care also eliminates barriers such as transportation.
Hunter Health’s target population is low-income Sedgwick County residents, or those living below the Federal poverty level. As the only Urban Indian Health Program in Kansas, Hunter Health’s American Indian/Alaska Native patients come from areas across the state to access services. Our patients tend to be the most vulnerable and underserved in our community. Of the 13,000 unique individuals that we serve annually:
•48% are uninsured
•66% fall at or below the Federal Poverty Guideline
•61% are from a minority population (including 12% who are Native American)
•16% of patients speak a language other than English
•1,000 patients are experiencing homelessness
Hunter Health offers health, dental, vision, employer paid basic life, AD&D, short-term and long-term disability with options for more coverage paid by employee, employer paid employee assistance program, 6 weeks (30 days) of PTO, 401(k) employer matching up to first 4%.
Also, Hunter Health offers CME/professional development funding, cost of renewal of professional licenses and credentialing. Malpractice insurance is covered by Federal Tort Claims Act.
Tuition reimbursement may be possible through HRSA and/or IHS for qualifying candidates.
Please send resume to Rebecca Gasaway at

Posted 8/1/19

Interfaith Ministries


For nearly 135 years, Inter-Faith Ministries (IFM) has worked to unite the Wichita community around helping those living in poverty. Building on this rich history, IFM now operates three homeless shelters and three affordable apartment complexes where struggling families and individuals receive wrap-around support services to help them address their unique challenges and pull themselves out of poverty. IFM also runs Wichita’s largest holiday assistance program, Operation Holiday.

Position Summary:

Inter-Faith Ministries is looking to hire a Chief Financial Officer (CFO) to lead the company from a financial perspective. Reporting to the President/CEO, the Chief Financial Officer is charged with planning, directing, and coordinating all financial activities including accounting, budgeting, forecasting, banking, insurance, audits, and other financial functions of the organization. To do well in this role you should have experience as a CFO in a company with complex financials.

Requirements Education, Experience, Certification:

  • Bachelor’s degree in business, finance, accounting, or other closely related discipline
  • CPA licensure preferred
  • Minimum of 5 years of progressive experience in financial management with increasing responsibility in the areas of planning.
  • Nonprofit sector experience preferred 
  • Experience in organizational budgeting and preparation of financial projections required
  • Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

• Proven record of problem analysis and resolution at both a strategic and functional level.
• Expertise regarding generally accepted accounting principles, auditing standards, and laws, especially as relating to 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations.
• Understanding of and experience with computerized accounting and information systems. Experience with Blackbaud’s Financial Edge and Excel is a plus.
• Excellent technical skills and experience in financial reporting and analysis, cash flow management, and information systems development and implementation.
• Strong customer orientation, both internal and external.
• Demonstrated ability to provide strategic financial and operation leadership and to give input on decisions affecting the college.
• Willingness to “roll up sleeves” as needed

Please send resume and cover letter to LaTasha St. Arnault at

Posted 7/15/2019

Wichita Family Crisis Center


Under general direction from the Donor Relations and Events Manager, the Volunteer Coordinator is responsible for the recruiting, supervision and implementation of the volunteer program in order to (1) promote awareness of domestic and/or sexual violence in South Central Kansas; and (2) increase the use of volunteers throughout the organization.

Qualified applicants should send a resume and cover letter to



  • Maintain and expand recruitment strategy for new volunteer groups.
  • Research and staff volunteer recruitment events, including volunteer fairs.
  • Develop, maintain, and distribute volunteer informational materials to recruit group volunteer projects.
  • Work closely with development team to promote opportunities through multiple channels including social media, newsletters, website, etc. 
  • Serve as the initial point of contact for volunteers.
  • Coordinate and facilitate volunteer trainings.
  • Coordinate with program and administrative staff to identify the volunteer needs of the organization; determine the best options for utilizing volunteers to fulfill those needs.
  • Schedule volunteer shifts; promote the use of volunteers throughout the organization.
  • Maintain volunteer database; track volunteer time/activities.
  • Provide volunteers with support and guidance, foster a positive environment, establish and maintain strong relationships, encourage volunteer motivation, facilitate on-going connection to WFCC’s mission.
  • Develop and maintain volunteer recognition plan.
  • Ensure completion of annual volunteer evaluations and satisfaction surveys.
  • Participate in regular meetings and trainings to coordinate services and enhance professional development.
  • Conduct all duties from an evidence-driven, trauma-informed, and survivor-centered model.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.




Professional experience or training in volunteer recruitment and/or volunteer management preferred. Experience in public speaking preferred.  

Skills and Abilities

The incumbent must demonstrate the following skills:

  • Excellent interpersonal skills 
  • Team building skills 
  • Analytical and problem solving skills 
  • Decision making skills 
  • Effective verbal and listening communications skills 
  • Attention to detail and high level of accuracy 
  • Effective time management and organizational skills 
  • Effective written communications  skills 
  • Strong knowledge and experience in use of Microsoft Office products
  • Strong knowledge and experience in use of social media and digital platforms 
  • Stress management skills 


The incumbent must maintain strict confidentiality in performing the duties related to agency business. The incumbent must also demonstrate the following personal attributes:

  • Respect for others and self 
  • Cultural awareness and sensitivity 
  • Flexibility
  • Sound work ethics
  • Ability to maintain professional relationships with co-workers


Undergraduate degree required. Experience in social services may be considered in lieu of degree.


Driver's license, motor vehicle, and insurance required.

Background check required.


Controlled inside work environment with noise/vibrations from general office equipment. Frequent exposure to other environments such as public buildings, etc. Minimal exposure to fumes/dust/odors.


  • Work Type: Light, exerting up to 20 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 10 pounds of force frequently, and/or a negligible amount of force constantly to move objects.
  • Climbing/Balancing/Freedom to Move: May be assigned to multilevel building      with some floors accessible by stairs only. Minimal required to move about      office. Sit about 50 percent of time.
  • Stooping/Bending: Minimal.
  • Reaching: Occasional, overhead as well as horizontal and down.
  • Vision: Adequate to perform essential functions.
  • Color vision: No particular color vision requirement.
  • Hearing: Frequently perceive nature of sounds by ear.
  • Speech: Frequently express ideas by means of spoken words.
  • Eye/Hand/Foot Coordination: Frequently operates equipment requiring      moderate ability.
  • Manual Dexterity: Frequently operates equipment requiring moderate ability.


The incumbent is located in an open area office. The incumbent is faced with frequent interruptions and must meet with others on a regular basis. Controlled inside work environment with noise/vibrations from general office equipment. Frequent exposure to other environments such as community buildings, and other offices, etc. Minimal exposure to fumes/dust/odors.


The incumbent will also spend time on the computer entering information which requires attention to detail and high levels of accuracy. Noise levels can vary greatly from quiet to loud and will include ringing of telephone, door bells and multiple conversations between individuals.


There are a number of deadlines associated with this position, which may cause significant stress. The incumbent must also interact with a wide variety of people with multiple barriers such as addiction, depression, anxiety, trauma, physical injury or other special needs and/or limitations. 

 Posted 7/1/2019

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