The Center for Nonprofit Resources is accepting applications for an Associate Director. This position will be responsible for providing assistance to the Director of The Center. Bachelor’s degree preferred. Full-time and benefits. Full job description available here. Applications due to [email protected]by January 22, 2020. Please include salary expectations.
The Center for Nonprofit Resources Associate Director Greater Toledo Community Foundation
JOB TITLE: The Center for Nonprofit Resources Associate Director
DEPARTMENT: The Center for Nonprofit Resources
SUPERVISOR: The Center for Nonprofit Resources Director
Greater Toledo Community Foundation
is a community asset. The Foundation is a collection
of funds established by donors interested in Philanthropy and supporting the Toledo area. Currently, the assets
of the Foundation are approximately
$304 million, made up of over 875
funds. The Foundation
is the largest grantmaker in the Toledo
area, granting an average of $17 million
The Center for Nonprofit Resources is a
program of the Greater Toledo Community Foundation designed to support local
nonprofits to build capacity and strengthen sustainable organizations.
Staff at The Center work interdependently with the staff at the Foundation to
achieve this goal.
GENERAL JOB DESCRIPTION
Under the direction of The Center for
Nonprofit Resources Director, the Associate Director is responsible for
educational program management especially in the areas of professional
development, evaluation of services, and engagement with the nonprofit community. Responsibilities may include provision of
direct technical assistance to nonprofit organizations.
The Associate Director is responsible for
professional development programs provided by C4NPR along with assistance in
C4NPR daily operations. Responsibilities:
In partnership with the Director, plans the
annual capacity building professional development series for C4NPR.
Manages and executes the professional
development series for C4NPR including budget, ongoing communications with
speakers, event logistics, marketing, participant registration, and participant
communication and evaluation. The Associate Director attends all workshops.
Provides coordination and organization of
C4NPR Certificate in Nonprofit Management, Certificate of Minority Executive
Leadership (MEL) and Lean Six Sigma programs. Manages participant contact hours
and related phone, email and print communications. Works with C4NPR on outcomes
reporting. Works with C4NPR Director to organize and facilitate communication
with MEL speakers and mentors.
Applies annually for Certified Fund Raising
Executive (CFRE) workshop eligibility and keeps attendees up-to-date with
credit tracking, troubleshooting and information.
Oversees and manages The Job Center Online,
Nonprofit Marketplace and Consultant Databases. This includes all client
communication and management of the cloud-based jobs database/marketplace and
electronic consultant database.
Oversees annual Compensation and Benefits
survey, including participant communication and reporting of results.
Administers partnership with OANO, as well as OANO’s survey provider, and
maintains the local participant database. Answers any questions by local
organizations seeking survey information.
Supports local professional associations by
attending events to network with local nonprofit staff and board members and
provide information about C4NPR capacity building resources.
Provides limited resource and referral
services to nonprofit organizations in need of technical assistance as it
relates to nonprofit capacity building using C4NPR’s website and database of
currently available resources.
MINOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
with updates to and providing content for the C4NPR website, c4npr.org,
e-newsletter and social media channels.
Uses Google Analytics to evaluate and increase website and social media
the Director with C4NPR evaluation of programs and services including reporting
results to funders and sponsors.
with strategic and day-to-day implementation of programs and services at C4NPR
with additional research initiatives as it relates to nonprofit capacity building.
abreast of trends in nonprofit capacity building and nonprofit management.
duties as assigned.
QUALIFICATIONS FOR THE JOB
Bachelor's Degree preferred
planning/event planning experience is required.
At least two years of successful experience
in business, nonprofit operational
and financial management, or related areas.
To perform effectively in this position, the
individual should demonstrate the following competencies. These core competencies represent effective
administration of C4NPR and its programs to fulfill the mission of C4NPR.
customer service skills
with event management
in the digital space for promotion and engagement
about new technical solutions and an eagerness to explore and learn
works well independently, team player, flexible, mature, efficient, energetic
in Microsoft Office including Excel, Word and Outlook
with cloud-based marketing tools, such as Constant Contact
with website content management systems
written and oral communication skills
with the local nonprofit sector
with digital photography and videography a plus
While this is an office position, the ability to lift small boxes
(letter, stock, postcard stock, booklets) is required occasionally.
There will be some travel involved to sessions designed by The Center, as well as to attend conferences.
Send resume and cover letter to [email protected] by January 22, 2020. Please include salary expectations.