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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

Rainbows United, Inc.


Vice President of Finance and Chief Financial Officer


The Vice President of Finance and Chief Financial Officer is responsible for oversight of all financial operations of the Agency, within legal and regulatory guidelines.


  1. Responsible for all financial operations of the Agency.
  2. Insures that Agency resources are managed responsibly.
  3. Works closely with the Agency President to insure financial security of the Agency.
  4. Oversees all business functions of the Agency including preparation of budgets and insuring proper management of payables, receivables and payroll.
  5. Insures that all financial functions and reports are completed and submitted timely, per Agency policy and procedure and legal and regulatory guidelines.
  6. Leads and develops staff in the Finance, Insurance Billing and MIS areas, to include hiring, performance management, scheduling and assignment of duties, and other management responsibilities as required.
  7. Demonstrates the ability to serve as a successful participant on the Leadership Team and to interact effectively with the Agency’s Board of Directors.
  8. Prepares and professionally presents accurate financial reports to the Leadership Team, Finance Committee, Board of Directors, and The Rainbows United Charitable Foundation Board.  Serves as a member of the Finance Committee and coordinates the Committee’s activities.
  9. Supports the fundraising activities of the Agency, providing information and expertise as needed.
  10. Affiliates with appropriate financial networks and organizations.
  11. Serves as a role model and mentor of the Agency’s Guiding Principles.


  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, Business, or a relevant field required.  
  • Master’s degree preferred. 
  • Certified Public Account (CPA) license preferred.
  • Experience in auditing, compliance, budgeting, and resource development required.
  • Minimum of 7 years proven leadership experience required, preferably in a not-for-profit setting. 
  • Experience collaborating with a multidisciplinary, diverse, and dynamic team.
  • Personal qualities of integrity, credibility, and a commitment to Rainbows’ Mission.


  • Knowledge of all applications of financial accounting, including regulatory requirements.  
  • Excellent supervisory and people skills.
  • Above average oral and written communication skills.  
  • Computer skills to include a working knowledge of accounting and industry related software, data bases and Microsoft Office programs.  
  • Must be a self-starter, detail oriented, able to multitask and work independently, and have excellent organizational skills.


WORK PACE: Self-paced, requiring the ability to think and act quickly and efficiently in a fast-paced, demanding work environment.

WORK ENVIRONMENT: This position operates in a professional office environment, utilizing standard office equipment.


Rainbows United, Inc., is an Equal Opportunity Employer. It is the policy of Rainbows United, Inc., from recruitment through employment and promotion, training and work assignments, to provide equal opportunity at all times without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or any other basis protected by applicable anti-discrimination laws.


Rainbows United, Inc. participates in E-Verify. We will provide the federal government with each new employee’s Form I-9 information to confirm work authorization.

Interested parties can go to Rainbows’ web page and their career page to apply

Posted 6/25/2019

Kansas Health Foundation

 Program and Evaluation Associate

Job Summary: The Program and Evaluation Associate plays a key role in strengthening and expanding the Kansas Health Foundation’s evaluation management systems, as well as developing reports, briefs and narratives that help promote KHF’s work internally and externally. The Program and Evaluation Associate supports the grant making process by providing technical assistance to staff and grantees around evaluation and by collecting and analyzing data to inform decisions at KHF. The Program and Evaluation Associate provides clear, actionable information related to funded interventions, health issues and learning.

Required Qualifications:

· Undergraduate degree required. 

· At least three years professional experience related to the position.

· Demonstrated proficiency interpreting and communicating findings from research and data, evaluation studies, and/or information management systems.

· Excellent project management skills.

· Background and experience in working with not-for-profits.

· Excellent organization, written and oral communication skills.

Preferred Qualifications:

· Familiarity with evaluation methods and approaches. 

· Familiarity with statistical analysis software (SPSS, SAS, etc.).

· Familiarity with grantee performance management systems and program evaluation methods.

· Experience in facilitating learning around research and evaluation.

· An understanding of social determinants of health and systems approaches to health promotion and disease prevention.

Typical Duties and Responsibilities:

· Work with staff to: Analyze data from health surveillance systems, grantee reports and program evaluation studies and utilize that data to educate internal and external audiences.

· Ensure quality grantee data in KHF’s grantee reporting system.

· Prepare data briefs and reports to support program planning and organizational decision-making; work closely with communications department to share knowledge through the development of executive summaries and high-level narratives.

· Conduct literature reviews and other research to identify and assess the evidence base of potential KHF initiatives.

· Support grantees and KHF staff in establishing performance metrics and SMART objectives.

· Assess the implementation, effectiveness and efficiency of initiatives across KHF’s portfolio; track and report progress on KHF initiatives. Manage evaluation contracts. Serve as member of evaluation teams for KHF-funded evaluations.

· Identify potential collaborative partnerships with academic and research institutions. Propose strategies to increase evaluation capacity for nonprofit partners through grantmaking, communications, and technical assistance.

Visit to learn more, including how to apply.Posted 5/9/201


 Senior Director of WIC Operations and Administration


The Senior Director of WIC Operations and Administration will have overall accountability for the development and execution of the strategic plan for the Workforce Innovation Center. The Senior Director will provide leadership and direction for the organization’s employment and training initiatives, program development, call center operations and implementation in support of our mission by growing employment opportunities for people who are blind and visually impaired. In addition, the role will provide management and governance of workforce development protocols, policies and procedures.


  • Leadership and Management – Identify, hire, train and lead a disparate and technically diverse workforce while maintaining a consistent stream of communication, action and approvals within a matrix reporting structure. Manages contracts, WIC charter and quality improvement process.  
  • Political and Legislative – Represents the WIC to federal, state and city policy makers.  Monitors the political climate as it relates to provisions and legislation surrounding the training and employment of people who are blind and/or visually impaired (i.e. Workforce Innovation Opportunity Act, Federal and State Vocational Rehabilitation, Employment & Career Placement).
  • Systems and Technology – Management of accessible technology processes and systems, workflows and various related projects to include management of call center workforce. Responsible for the development and implementation of a process that supports the creation of jobs in the area of technology for people who are blind and/or visually impaired.
  • Resource Development and Communications –identify and establish internal and external resources that will enhance the Company’s ability to execute on division initiatives, and communicate at a high level to meet executive demands.
  • Planning and Business Development –Identify, cultivate, assimilate and establish new partnerships and collaborations for the purposes of training, certification, funding (revenue) and job development. Leads workforce development planning initiatives consistent with the mission and strategic plan. Organizes outreach efforts to ensure sustainability of programs and funding for WIC.
  • Financial Management and Fiscal Compliance – responsible for the overall budget and funding process for the WIC. Ensure the financial viability of the company is managed and reported monthly.  Provide direct leadership to staff and volunteers of the WIC to ensure cascading and alignment of goals.
  • Flexibility to perform other duties as assigned.




  • Bachelor degree in education, business or related public administration required. 
  • Masters in Public Administration, or related field preferred.


  • Five plus years of workforce development experience including administration of training programs and supervisory experience in workforce development
  • Five years experience with not for profit entities
  • Proven experience in working with remote teams with like and disparate functions and tasks within unique and diverse geographies.
  • Strong marketing, public relations and resource development experience with proven ability to engage a wide range of stakeholders.
  • Prior experience in a call center environment a plus.


  • Strong critical thinking and organizational skills with the ability to bring together collaborative groups.
  •  Excellent organizational skills with the ability to coach and develop high performance teams
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Extensive project management skills with an ability to prioritize objectives to meet critical timelines
  • Team player who leads by example, motivates others to work collaboratively and is accountable for their actions
  • Strong in attention to detail and timely delivery
  • Action oriented who possesses an innovative approach to business planning and execution

Licenses/Certifications/Special Requirements:

  • Travel required (up to 30%)


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