Community Bulletin Board

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Executive Search

The Catalyst Center for Nonprofit Management is able to assist your board in the executive search process.

EMPLOYMENT

Executive Director-Nonprofit Foundation

Chief Executive Officer for 40-year-old foundation, managing scholarships, grants, endowments, education, and donor-advised funds.

Minimum 5 years of experience should include administrative responsibilities; board relationships; community interaction; budgeting; grant and scholarship management; public speaking.

Must have detailed knowledge of Bucks County and good working relationship with local nonprofits.

The Position will report directly to the volunteer Board of Directors. Preference for a candidate willing to work primarily from a home office.

Interested candidates are invited to submit applications (resume and cover letter) by 9/30 to BCF Exec Search, PO Box 2073, Doylestown, PA 18901, or via email to bcf2073@aol.com.

Executive Director-Puentes De Salud (Bridges of Health) promotes the health and wellness of South Philadelphia’s rapidly growing Latinx immigrant population through high-quality health care, innovative educational programs, and community building. Puentes works in partnership with community members, local public schools, universities, health systems, governmental institutions, and other nonprofit organizations to address the adverse structural, economic, and social conditions that profoundly affect the prosperity of this community. 

Puentes is at an exciting crossroads as it searches for its new Executive Director in an environment of extraordinary programmatic growth over the last 2 years, paired with a reservoir of untapped funding and structural opportunities and a significant leadership transition. The Co-Founder and former Executive Director who also serves as the organization’s guiding light is retiring from active management but will remain on the Board of Directors to continue bolstering the mission and supporting Puentes’ sustainability and growth. The Managing Director has recently transitioned out of the organization leaving a strong internal foundation ripe for next step enhancements. The role of the new Executive Director merges the former Executive Director and Managing Director functions, with responsibility for both strategic and tactical initiatives. The new leader will work in collaboration with a highly regarded and well-connected Board that is poised for further development as well as a smart, energetic, and highly effective staff that is eager for continued mentorship through transparent and consensus-based leadership, within a strong volunteer and community engagement model.

Full Position Description

Office Assistant-SeeJesus  The Office Assistant position has wide-ranging and differing levels of responsibility from handling phone calls and processing sales to project management and problem-solving.  It requires close attention to detail and high ownership of work.  In addition, this is a support role for ministry and administration staff. Strong faith commitment that is in alignment with our Core Values is essential. The ability to multi-task and to welcome interruptions is highly valued.

Responsibilities and Roles
  • Phones/mail/staff support:
    • Perform post office runs.
    • Handle voicemails and direct to the appropriate person.
    • Handle incoming calls.
    • Manage office supply inventory.
    • Perform recycling drop off.
  • In person seminar/event management and oversight:
    • Facilitate in person event preparation and follow up. This entails sending materials for the book table, working with ministry staff in the planning of the event and reconciling book tables sales.
    • Review in person seminar sale invoices and complete final balance sheet.
    • Meet with seminar team.
  • Fulfillment center/sales and Inventory Management:
    • Process web sales and phone sales on a daily basis.
    • Generate authorize.net files.
    • Monitor seeJesus inventory with Publisher.
    • Monitor Amazon inventory.
    • Manage product inventory.
    • Manage Executive Director’s product inventory.
    • Prepare bi-weekly Amazon sales data.
    • Perform year-end inventory reconciliation.
    • Relationship with Fulfillment Center.
Qualifications
  • 1-3 years of relevant experience in an office setting, preferably in an administrative or clerical role.
  • Experience and comfort working in Excel and Word.
  • Enjoys working with people and answering the phone.
  • Ability to work efficiently under limited supervision.
  • Ability to manage time efficiently under pressure.
  • Live out the seeJesus Core Values.
  • Strong attention to detail and problem-solving skills.

Interested applicants may apply via: https://seejesus.applytojob.com/apply/APCLfvpAEu/Office-Assistant

Development and Data Assistant-SeeJesus  The Development and Data Assistant position is responsible for assisting all data and donor management including processing contributions.  This role requires close attention to detail and high ownership of work.

Responsibilities and Roles
  • Contributions:
    • Process donations on a daily basis.
    • Print and mail receipts.
    • Perform bank deposits.
    • Balance deposit sheets.
    • Generate Vanco files.
  • Salesforce updating and reporting:
    • Enter and maintain information in Salesforce.
    • Generate monthly reports for Ministry Team.
  • Donor and data support:
    • Create Salesforce reports for team members as needed.
Qualifications
  • Office experience.
  • Experience and comfort working in Excel and Word.
  • Ability to manage time efficiently under pressure.
  • Live out the seeJesus Core Values.
  • Strong attention to detail and problem-solving skills.

Interested applicants may apply via:  https://seejesus.applytojob.com/apply/SANY7jUyQX/Development-And-Data-Coordinator

Bucks County Audubon Society-Executive Director Bucks Audubon is looking for a highly motivated, visionary, and experienced leader to further enhance its programs, property and position as a Bucks County environmental destination.

The successful candidate will have a strong managerial background, fundraising and grant writing experience, and a commitment to the environment and education.

General Description
The Executive Director will:

  • Provide dynamic leadership and seek new opportunities for growing and funding the organization;
  • Guide and coordinate the direction of the organization’s programs and activities;
  • Inspire staff and volunteers to fulfill the mission of BCAS;
  • Promote BCAS to the community at large and other environmental initiatives and entities.
  • Foster a culture of diversity, inclusion and respect in all BCAS activities and programs
  • Responsibilities include interaction with the Board of Directors regarding staff positions, resources and funding requirements; securing grants and donations, and guiding and serving on BCAS committees. The Executive Director works collaboratively with and reports to the Board of Directors.

How to Apply
Interested candidates should email a resume and a cover letter explaining 1) what experience, skills and personal characteristics qualify you for this position and 2) why the mission and work of Bucks Audubon appeals to you. Send all information to searchcommittee@bcas.org

For the full job description, and to learn more about Bucks Audubon, visit www.BCAS.org.

Twilight Wish-Director of Finance & Administration  Twilight Wish celebrates seniors and makes dreams come true by granting wishes for recipients who do not have the ability to fulfill their own wishes for themselves. Twilight Wish Granting provides a meaningful “thank you” for a senior’s life of service to others, and is an experience that brings a smile, through comfort and joy.

Twilight Wish Foundation’s Director of Finance & Administration acts as the fiscal and administrative contact for the organization.

Accounting

  • Daily review of bank account activity
  • Deposit checks received and review all donations made via credit cards, Pay pal, Facebook, Cybergrants, etc.
  • Ensure all donations are recorded in Donor Perfect and exported to QuickBooks
  • Record all In-Kind Donations
  • Send thank you letters/tax receipts to all donors
  • Utilize Donor Perfect to maintain a full data base of constituents
  • Maintain and reconcile all bank accounts monthly
  • Pay all Invoices in a timely manner
  • Provide financial statements to Executive Director monthly or

As requested

  • Process bi-weekly payroll. Prepare and submit monthly, quarterly and annual tax deposits and returns
  • Track fixed assets and all inventory
  • Maintain details of funds in Wish Account
  • Review Chapter accounting activity to verify deposits, disbursements, and fundraising results. Calculate chapter overhead expense quarterly
  • Maintain records of volunteer hours reported by Chapters
  • Maintain accounting records of special events ie: budget vs actual
  • Aid in preparation and mailing of Annual Appeal letter
  • Maintain petty cash account
  • Work with Independent Auditor to aid in the completion of a full and complete audit and preparation of tax return and financial statements. This includes reconciliation of  all accounts, providing information regarding policies, Board of Director members and minutes, sources of support and revenue, details of grants received, etc.

Administrative

  • Maintain insurance coverages and submit applications and audits as necessary
  • Monitor and order office supplies, business cards, brochures, letterhead, etc.
  • Act as liaison with IT Consultant and oversee technology needs of office
  • Prepare and submit annual state charitable registrations as required

Complete applications for BBB Certification, United Way and other organizations

How to Apply:
Email a resume and cover letter to Brant Lingle at Brant@twilightwish.org

Center for Family Services--Chief Operating Officer Center For Family Services is a strong and innovative non-profit organization dedicated to improving lives. With services across New Jersey and a history dating back to 1920, Center For Family Services is committed to uplifting individuals and families through a strong, robust, evidence-based, and ever-changing continuum of care. Headquartered in Camden, New Jersey, Center For Family Services has 85 office locations and a wide variety of programs across the State of New Jersey.

Reporting to the President, the Chief Operating Officer (COO) will participate as a strategic member of the senior executive team to strategize, plan, and execute all operating plans. This position is tasked with overseeing the day-to-day administrative and operational functions of programs and services in the southern 7 counties of New Jersey, including: Youth Residential facilities, Head Start, Child Protection and Prevention programs, and other community services.Tasks include the overall management of all direct service programs, managing and developing staff, assuring high quality care through continuous quality improvement, safeguarding fiscal operations by ensuring services operate in a cost-effective manner and meet budget projections and reporting. The COO will manage collaborative relationships with applicable organizations, community groups, and key stakeholders to maintain good community relations and advocate for clients, staff, and services.

READ MORE: Full Job description

Wissahickon Valley Public Library–Outreach Coordinator WVPL seeks a part-time, 20 hrs. per week (days, evenings & some weekends) Outreach Coordinator. $20/hr.

Responsibilities:
     Seeks community engagement with residents, non-profit organizations, schools, businesses & government agencies. Develops new relationships for partnership and maintains them.
     Plans, markets & facilitates adult educational events in-person and virtual at the Main Library in Blue Bell and other community partner locations.
     Plans & facilitates (1) online marketing using website, email, newsletters, social media, electronic signs and online media contacts & (2) print marketing by designing monthly educational event flyers, events signs, and promotional materials.
     Plans & facilitates outreach activities and represents WVPL at community events.
     Plans with library staff & community partners for large events.
     Prepares goals, objectives & monthly reports, including statistics on educational events & outreach.
     Manages volunteers who assist in outreach initiatives.
     Oversees the adult educational event & community outreach budgets.
     Identifies, drafts & implements grant proposals for educational events.
     Attends staff meetings & continuing education workshops.
     Performs other related duties.

Skills Required:
     Friendly and enthusiastic personal style.
     Excellent communication and people skills.
     Excellent online social networking and PR skills.  Familiarity with Zoom, Canva, Eventbrite and email marketing platforms a plus.
     Excellent organizational and event planning skills.
     Independently motivated problem solver.
     Desire to work in teams and collaborate.
     Flexibility and adaptability.

Minimum Qualification Requirements:
     College Degree required. Prefer degree in Marketing, Project Management, Event Planning, Communication, Education or Library Science.
     Two years of experience in educational event planning and marketing. Prefer hands-on experience working with community partners.
     Current PA driver’s license.
     Ability to lift 25 lbs. unassisted.

How to Apply:
Email a resume and cover letter to Anne M. Frank at  afrank@wvpl.org.
WVPL is advertising this position and reviewing resumes during the months of July and August 2021. WVPL will select candidates for interviews in late August and early September 2021.

Network for Victim Assistance (NOVA):  NOVA (Network of Victim Assistance) is the comprehensive victim services organization in Bucks County, PA. With a 47-year history, NOVA has expanded to include a continuum of prevention and direct services to prevent and address the needs of victims of sexual abuse and other serious crimes. NOVA is known across many disciplines and the community at large for its exceptional services and professionalism. As a mature and fiscally sound organization, sustainability is key to our future success — serving all victims who need assistance, educating the community at large on violence prevention in our community, and providing top-ranked professional training.

Positions Include:
Community Relations and Marketing Assistant: is responsible for providing support for web content webpages/posts; posting on social media; designing graphic print and digital media; constructing and disseminating internal and external emails/e-newsletters; coordinating organizational communication materials; and producing e-blasts/e-newsletters and maintaining email databases and groups; to promote and increase awareness of Network of Victim Assistance.

Thrift Shop Assistant Manager: The Assistant Manager will be joining a dedicated and hardworking team of 10 staff and over 70 volunteers who are passionate about NOVA’s mission. The Assistant Manager will assist in all tasks related to the following: sales of merchandise, setting up merchandise displays, receiving and processing donations including the triaging, working as a cashier, and assisting volunteers with check-out. All staff participates in general everyday straightening and clean-up.

Licensed Clinical Counseling Supervisor: NOVA is hiring an experienced clinical counseling supervisor who is licensed to supervise our counseling department. Our team provides a continuum of trauma informed evidence-based therapeutic modalities, such as Trauma Focused-Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TFCBT), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Trauma Processing Yoga Groups (TPY) and Problematic Sexual Behavior – Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (PSB-CBT), to children and adults who are the victims of sexual assault and other serious crimes. This position would require providing individual and group supervision. They would also be responsible for administrative supervisory work, such as facilitating department meetings, running reports, overseeing caseloads and tracking staff training requirements. Lastly, this person would hold a caseload to maintain clinical relevance for supervising.

For full position descriptions and information about applying, visit: https://novabucks.org/about/employment/

Family Service Association (FSA): At Family Service, we work collaboratively to provide compassionate services and utilize evidence-based practices to improve outcomes to every client, every time. We believe all individuals are deserving of respect and dignity. We are committed to working with the most vulnerable individuals and families in Bucks County. Be a part of our team of dedicated staff and join us in our mission: To listen, care, and help. Every day.

Positions Include:
Homeless Shelter Operations Manager: The Operations Manager will oversee day-to-day resident services and safe program operations. This employee will hire and manage the RLAs, and train them on agency policies and procedures, including enhanced cleaning practices. The Operations Manager will work closely with the Director of Housing Services and the Case Management Supervisor to oversee shelter policies and procedures relative to Council on Accreditation (COA) standards to ensure a safe and secure facility for residents, staff and volunteers. He/she will supervise the Shelter’s Food Services Contract, food purchasing and donations, to ensure cost-effective approaches that meet the nutritional needs of residents. The Operations Manager will also manage security at the hotel location and shelter, including the two new modular units. The OM will implement policies and procedures for the residents of the units and for staff to monitor the units. Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services, Psychology, Social Work, Sociology or related field.

Medical Case Manager: The Medical Case Manager engages clients of FSA’s HIV/AIDS Program in designing and following a goal-oriented plan that responds to his/her health (physical and emotional), social, and environmental needs identified through formal assessment and re-assessment interviews. The Medical Case Manager empowers the client to maximize use of personal and informal resources, links them to community and formal resources as needed, and assures that resources are the least restrictive and least intrusive possible. The Medical Case Manager acts to ensure that the client obtains timely access to needed services, appropriate levels of care, and continuity of care with the overarching goals being to improve their health care outcomes and promote adherence to their HIV treatment. Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services, Psychology, Social Work, Sociology or related field.

Behavioral Health Intake Coordinator: Assist clients with implementation of Service Plans by effecting linkages between service systems, helping clients to access needed services, coordinating multiple services, monitoring and following-up with the client and service providers, and by case advocacy when necessary. Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services, Psychology, Social Work, Sociology or related field.

Psychiatrist: Family Service is seeking a Suboxone certified psychiatrist to join our team. We are a community-based outpatient clinic, which provides an array of services including therapy, case management, nurse navigation and certified peer and recovery services. Family Service is also an Opioid Use Disorder Center of Excellence.  Experience working with people diagnosed with co-occurring substance use and mental health disorders is necessary. This position is ideal for doctors who want to provide services to those in need, with set weekday hours. The position is supported by a collaborative team of clinical, case management and medical staff.

Center of Excellence Care Coordinator Case Manager: We are seeking case manager candidates with experience working with individuals with opiate use disorders. Prior experience with D&A case management or as a certified recovery specialist preferred.

Front Desk Receptionist: The Front Desk Receptionist presents the first public face of FSA to our clients and visitors. They are responsible for establishing a positive connection with our diverse clientele. The receptionist greets clients, verifies insurance and notifies staff upon client arrival. This staff member answers phones and directs callers to the appropriate Agency departments.

Street Healthcare Nurse: The Street Healthcare Nurse will provide mobile outreach, assessment and minor treatment to homeless individuals in the community. Services are mobile in order to reach more people. They may be offered inside a dedicated van, at a homeless encampment, etc., depending on the individual’s choice. The nurse will use the Nurse Process of assessment, diagnosis, outcome identification, planning, implementation, and evaluation to identify physical, mental health, and substance use concernsThe nurse will provide intervention for and/or treatment of health concerns based on the assessment and individual feedback. On-site treatment of minor medical concerns, such as wound care, will be provided to individuals as needed. Assessment for substance use and linkage to evidence based treatment, with emphasis on Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT,) will be a core component to this service.

For full position descriptions and information about applying, visit:  Employment | Family Service (fsabc.org)

Volunteer Opportunities

Board of Director Position Opportunities:

Position Posting Form & Sample

Rahab’s Hope Board of Directors-Secretary

Rahab’s Hope Board of Directors Prospect Researcher

Rahab’s Hope Board of Directors-Volunteer Coordinator

Rahab’s Hope Board of Directors-Fundraising Chair

Along The Way Board of Directors

Laurel House Board Member Opportunity

BC Audubon Society Treasurer & Board-Member-Opportunity

GHNPSS Board Member Opportunity

Roxy Therapy Dogs Board Member Opportunity-more information to follow

Garden of Health Board Member Opportunity

Harmony Theater Board Member Opportunity-Treasurer_12.01.20

Expressive Path Board Member Opportunity

North Wales Library Board Member Opportunity

The Conservatory Board Member Opportunity

Huntingdon Valley Library Board Member Opportunity 11.2020

Copier to donate:

This fabulous black and white copier is free to anyone who is able to pick it up from New Hope. It has been in storage for a couple of years and would need to be cleaned and serviced by a professional. Contact Kristine Quinby if you’re interested or would like additional information.

FCP Conversations Online

Foundations Community Partnership Announces: FCP Conversations Online: Bucks County Non-Profit Leaders

We’re delighted to announce the launch of “FCP Conversations Online” a new digital broadcast series!

Each Conversation Online features a non-profit leader in Bucks County. The purpose of the broadcast is to educate the community about today’s issues, local programs that are making a difference, and how anyone can be part of the solution.

Click on the “listen” to jump to our Youtube channel or view the latest interviews below! Once you’re there, be sure to click on “subscribe” so you won’t miss an episode!

FCP Conversations Online: Bucks County Non-Profit Leaders

Numerous nonprofits have indicated to us that they are in search of Board members with various backgrounds. If you have an interest in joining a Board, please let the Catalyst Center for Nonprofit Management know and we will help to match you up with a nonprofit whose mission you are interested in.