The WBA located in Wichita, Kansas, is a non-profit, voluntary bar organization of 1,188 attorneys. It provides services, assistance, education and networking opportunities to attorneys and judges in Wichita and the surrounding areas.
The ED is chief operating officer responsible for the administration, programming, operation, planning, financial management, and public outreach for the WBA, the Sedgwick County Law Library, the Sedgwick County Law Center, the Wichita Bar Foundation (the charitable affiliate of the WBA) and the Wesley E. Brown Inn of Court. The ED reports to and works closely with the WBA Board of Governors, and the governing boards of the other affiliated organizations.
Working with the President of the WBA, the ED is responsible for developing Board meeting agendas, maintaining Board minutes and records, carrying out plans and programs of the Board, serving as representative of the Board for contacts with its members and the public, initiating and advocating programs, providing the Board with innovative ideas for growth and programing, and advising the Board on all important matters under consideration and affecting members of the WBA.
The ED supervises and provides leadership to seven WBA employees. The ED, with the support of the WBA staff, participates in activities to further the purposes of the WBA, administer programs, execute quality continuing legal education, and provide membership communication and effective member relations. The ED oversees the planning of monthly membership luncheons, special events and activities of WBA committees.
The combined budgets of the WBA and affiliated organizations is $1.7 million. The ED is responsible for the management of the finances of each entity. The ED submits monthly financial reports, prepares and submits an annual budget, and administers the resources in accordance with the budget. The ED prepares monthly payroll, files payroll taxes, prepares quarterly payroll taxes forms, and coordinates with the accountant to prepare the annual tax return.
The WBA office and the Sedgwick County Law Library are located in the Sedgwick County Law Center, along with other tenants, in downtown Wichita. The ED works with the management company and the building management committee to oversee the efficient management of the building.
A Bachelor’s degree is required, preferably in the areas of business, management, public administration, marketing, or a field related to the work of the WBA or its members.
Candidates must have a minimum of ten years of executive management experience, including supervision of staff. Experience in non-profit sector, legal industry, property management, event planning, financial management and accounting a plus.
The ED must be highly organized and a strategic thinker, with excellent interpersonal and customer service skills. The ability to develop and meet goals is required. The ED must be able to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, and be able to forge relationships with the diverse membership of the legal community. The ED must be flexible enough to take direction as well as work effectively and as an independent professional.
The ED must be able to work evenings and weekends on occasion, to manage events.
The WBA firmly supports the principle and philosophy of equal opportunity for all individuals, regardless of race, color, religion, sex, age, sexual orientation, national origin or ancestry, disability, marital status, political affiliation or veteran status.
Salary is commensurate with experience. Candidates should send a full resume, references and salary requests to: Ed Watson, Chair of Selection Committee at WBAResume@foulston.com
1. Plan and lead the weekly meetings including development and implementation of an 18 month educational program, coordination with speakers for education presentations and collection of briefing materials on Google drive for future use. Send weekly meeting notice with Look Ahead Schedule.
2. Maintain and make available at weekly meetings Leader / Ally resource materials
3. Maintain the distribution list for meeting notices, update weekly sign in lists, call lists
and ID badges for all weekly meeting participants
4. Capture information regarding meeting guests, people inquiring about the program,
Getting Ahead candidates and participants and Thrive Leaders and Ally applicants.
5. Conduct the weekly meetings. Move people to New and Goods, make announcements, handle technical details for presentations. Lead discussions regarding plans for future meetings, events and issues with the participant community.
6. Ensure that the EHUMC facility including meeting area and kitchen are in pre-meeting condition following weekly meetings.
7. Coordinate with Board of Directors, staff, volunteers and participants as needed to meet these objectives.
Program Support Responsibilities
1. Work with the Board of Directors regarding program status, personnel issues, and policy issues. Support development of policy documentation and maintenance of documents on Google drive.
2. Lead and coordinate with the Board of Directors the planning and implementation of organizational communication, recruitment and fundraising activities in support of
Board of Director defined strategic plans.
3. Supervise staff and volunteer activity with paid staff evaluations conducted quarterly.
4. Attend Board of Directors monthly meetings, strategic planning sessions and event
planning meetings as required.
5. Promote A Thrive Community to outside organizations and the Wichita area community with the goal of increasing participation, financial support and awareness.
McAdams Academy is looking for a full-time teacher with additional music and computer skills.
McAdams is a faith inclusive behavioral school that works with high-risk youth. McAdams asks that all applicants have and possess a valid Kansas driver's license.
Please submit resumes to: email@example.com.
Any additional questions, call 316-239-6472 ext. 1 and ask for Liz or Adena.
POSITION SUMMARY Responsible for all aspects of recruitment to ensure Envision attracts, hires and retains diverse talent while growing a strong candidate pipeline. Provide support towards Envision’s strategic goals by collaborating with internal and external stakeholders.
RESPONSIBILITIES/ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS INCLUDE
• Partner with hiring managers at various locations to gather initial intake in order to assess and maximize effectiveness of the recruiting process.
• Review employment applications in relation to position requirements ensuring candidates are measured appropriately.
• Coordinate direct labor work trials and associated travel logistics for potential legally blind candidates nationwide.
• Collaborate with the Employment Manager to analyze and extend offers of employment to selected candidates. Initiate the new hire pre-employment process upon candidate acceptance. Process pre-employment including background screens, health screens, references etc. as required per compliance.
• Maintain candidate workflow status, correspondences and interview data within Paycom.
• Proactively develop and foster a network of innovative recruitment sources that serve the blind or visually impaired community in order to attract and recruit diverse candidates.
• Serve as backup regarding creation and status of internal requisitions and internal/external job postings. Strong proficiency within Paycom to support troubleshooting as needed.
• Provide professional coaching and guidance for employee career growth within the upward mobility program.
• Administer Ability One direct labor Individual Eligibility Evaluations annually.
• Ensure compliance with all federal, state and local practices, laws and regulations including OFCCP and VEVRA.
• Flexibility to perform other duties as assigned.
JOB REQUIREMENTS INCLUDE
Education: Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Organizational Psychology, Business or related field preferred; High School Diploma required
Experience: Three to four years experience in a Human Resource and/or Recruiter role; non-profit experience preferred.
• Must demonstrate a commitment to service, organization values and professionalism through appropriate conduct and demeanor at all time.
• Strong ability to work with all levels of employees
• Strong problem solving, critical thinking and customer service skills
• Ability to initiate process improvements and manage multiple tasks
• Effective time management skills in order to meet deadlines
• Maintain high level of attention to detail and accuracy to ensure data integrity
• High level proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook and HRIS systems
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills
• Must possess the ability to:
o Work well under pressure with a sense of urgency
o Work in a team oriented and collaborative environment
o Manage multiple conflicting priorities and deadlines
o Handle data with confidentiality
• PHR certification preferred
Total Number of Employees Directly Supervising: 0_
Number of Subordinate Supervisors Reporting to Position: 0_
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.
Requires normal (or corrected to normal) vision/acuity:
X_ Required to operate motor vehicles and/or heavy equipment such as forklifts.
Envision, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.
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.
Apply online www.envisionus.com
Organization Summary: The Wichita Community Foundation is a public, place-based organization dedicated to improving the lives of Wichitans by bringing together the financial resources of individuals, families and organizations to support nonprofits through grantmaking and strategic initiatives. WCF was founded in 1986 and is composed of 315 funds and assets of $90 million. Each fund represents a unique philanthropic purpose. In FY19, WCF granted a collective $5.9 million to nonprofit organizations.
Position Summary: The Communications Manager will expand and enhance WCF’s philanthropic impact through internal and external communication strategy and tactics. The position reports to the President and CEO.
• Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite and Adobe Creative Cloud apps
• Ability to communicate effectively, including business and journalistic writing, telephone, public speaking and presentations
• Proven project management skills, including ability to meet deadlines, manage process flow, and provide immediate response, when needed
• Ability to establish and maintain relationships with media, stakeholders, staff members, peers in the communications field, WCF donors and Board members
• Willingness and ability to research, understand and demonstrate initiative utilizing emerging communication tools and platforms, keeping WCF at the forefront of innovative ways to support the mission through communication
• Bachelor’s degree with communications or public relations concentration preferred
• 5+ years of experience in communication, public relations, journalism, graphic design, copywriting or other fields where excellence in oral and written communications was demonstrated
• Paid vacation and sick leave
• Benefits package
Organizational Collateral Management
• Creation and coordination of assets, both digital and print
• Assist with development of materials for strategic initiatives
• Paid and earned media creation and coordination
Publication Coordination and Creation
• Bi-annual fund holder print piece
• Quarterly e-newsletters to various audiences
• Major gift and grantee announcements
• Create various communication assets, both digital and print
• Lead development and execution of annual communications plan, in concert with other staff
• Monitor and evaluate communication strategies
• Identify opportunities to leverage campaigns around strategic initiatives
• Prepare staff and/or Board for speaking engagements
• Establish relationships with community leaders and media
• Explore ongoing technology solutions and efficiencies for organization
Social Media Management
• Monitor and evaluate reach and effectiveness of current communication channels
• Create and manage new platforms according to communication strategy
• Design engaging posts utilizing various graphic design methods
Internal Processes and Asset Library Management
• Website maintenance
• Email marketing
• News releases
Role begins mid-March 2020.
Please send your resume, cover letter, references, one writing sample and one design sample to firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls, mail, or in-person deliveries, please. Application deadline is February 17, 2020 at noon.
Posted on 1/23/2020
Be a part of a compassionate, faith-based family that emphasizes team work and collaboration.
Reporting to the Chief Advancement Officer, in this role you will be responsible for managing and implementing assigned programs within EmberHope Youthville's comprehensive fundraising program to include annual fund, major gifts, appeals, and church relations, database integrity and reporting, staff management, planned giving and capital initiatives as well as developing and maintaining meaningful relationships with constituents and developing and maintaining knowledge of trends and issues in child welfare.
How you will spend your time in this job:
· 75% Fundraising activities and initiatives
· 15% Team development, supervision and reporting
· 10% Community outreach and engagement
A bachelor's degree required; 5-8 years of relevant experience, excellent oral and written communication skills, including public speaking. Ability to write proposals, grants and marketing content, demonstrated ability to cultivate, solicit, close, and steward annual giving and major gifts, working knowledge of development best practices, fundraising tools and strategies, donor databases, direct mail, email and digital media, and donor research also required. Ability to identify priority prospects annual, special and major gift prospects and implement fundraising strategies and organize time effectively, establish priorities, set and meet goals, and manage many tasks simultaneously is essential.
Previous supervisory experience successfully managing and leading a motivated development team is required. Raiser’s Edge 7 or NXT experience preferred.
Ability to travel, driving agency or personal vehicle, including at night. Ability to do occasional lifting of up to 50 lbs. Able to climb stairs. Ability to work flexible schedule, including some evenings and weekends. Employee is subject to outside environmental conditions occasionally; inside conditions frequently, with protection from weather conditions but not necessarily from temperature change.
Apply at EmberHope.org/Careers
Posted on 1/17/2020
Client Advocate I
The Client Advocate is responsible for Cairn Health’s daily program activities to screen, qualify, and enroll clients in programs in a clear, accurate and concise manner. Client Advocates are the link for clients between Cairn Health, our referral/service provider partners, and community referral resources. The Client Advocate maintains strict client confidentiality in accordance with HIPAA, exhibits strong organizational and interpersonal skills, creates accurate vouchers, and prioritizes duties.
The Client Advocate is expected to make positive contributions and suggestions to improve workflow, routine organization, project completion, and plan for effective and efficient use of time while displaying exemplary client relation skills. The Client Advocate supports the mission and goals of Cairn Health in all work activities.
This is a full-time position. Hours are 8:15 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday with a 45-minute lunch hour generally from 12:00 p.m. to 12:45 p.m. This is not an all-inclusive listing of duties and is not a contract, expressed or implied.
To perform this job successfully, the individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.
Education and/or Experience:
High School Diploma or general education degree (GED) and one year of college coursework or equivalent experience required. Bachelor's degree preferred in human services or related field (may substitute appropriate work experience for education). Demonstrated competence in Microsoft Word, Excel, Microsoft Outlook (email and calendar). Ability to understand medical terminology is required.
Bilingual skills (English and Spanish fluency) are an asset. Cairn Health, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.