Happy New Year! YNPN Cleveland will be sharing jobs of all sorts in the nonprofit sector every month. We will aim to feature 5-10 job postings a month.
If you are a nonprofit that would like their job opportunity featured, please contact us. We would love to feature you.
The Relationships, Education, Advancement, and Development for Youth for Life (READY4Life) Program Coordinator will implement a national program at the local level that supports refugee and immigrant youth ages 14 to 24 through the provision of Relationship Enhancement® education, comprehensive case management, and support services that bolster positive socioemotional development and promote successful transitions to young adulthood. The Program Coordinator will collaborate with Program Staff located at USCRI HQ for best practices, training, and technical support. The program includes a Randomized-Controlled Trial impact evaluation in partnership with an outside evaluation team.
The Program Director is responsible for ensuring high-quality programming of USCSAHT in support of our mission, vision, and strategic plan. The Program Director in coordination with the three working groups – education, advocacy, and survivor services – will lead and coordinate all organizational programs and initiatives, monitor and record their impact and success, and make recommendations for improvement and expansion. The Program Director is an organized, independent worker with excellent written, verbal, and interpersonal skills, experience in managing multiple projects with diverse teams within a non-profit setting, and supportive of the mission and vision of the organization. This position reports directly to the Executive Director.
The External Affairs Manager reports to the Managing Director, Development (MDD), and serves on the Cleveland development team. S/he will lead the site’s external communication strategy and execution in collaboration with Executive Director and MDD, and works to ensure that City Year engages new corporate partners and deepens current relationships. Additionally, s/he will strategize new corporate sponsorship opportunities, create a robust pipeline of corporate prospects, and ensure the ongoing stewardship and fulfillment of corporate partnerships.
The Assistant Program Manager works with the Senior Manager of JOG & PEEKE to organize program initiatives, goals, and outcomes that align with Y.O.U.’s strategic vision. The Assistant Program Manager is responsible for the support of the overall implementation and execution of the program at Y.O.U. In addition, the Assistant Program Manager is responsible for a team of staff that implement program goals in a school setting. This role will train, coach, mentor, and guide team members and designate clear duties and responsibilities for all team members. In addition, the Assistant Program Manager will assist with appraisals, reviews job contributions of all team members, and enforce Y.O.U. policies and procedures.
Y.O.U. partners with Towards Employment to manage the Ohio Means Jobs | Cleveland Cuyahoga County Youth and Young Adult Resource Center (YRC) to further promote employment and career planning, supportive services, educational support, and case management services to teens and young adults in the community. Each year, the YRC serves over 1,000 youth, ages 14-24, from economically disadvantaged areas. The Young Adult Resource Center Manager manages the day-to-day operations at the YRC to ensure work activities, workshops, and education classes are scheduled and staffed on daily basis; all stakeholders receive the direction and supports needed; and appropriate marketing and outreach initiatives are implemented to better serve the community’s needs. The Young Adult Resource Center Manager manages the Y.O.U. staff at the YRC, providing regular training and development to the team, and monitors all client feedback to improve services at the YRC.
The Grants Manager facilitates prospect research, development, review/editing, and submission of grant proposals, including budget development and administration of grants/awards. The primary focus for this position is on the following Health System ministries: Joseph’s Home, Regina Health Center, Light of Hearts Villa, Centering Space, and Building Healthy Communities outreach program. Assistance with grant-related activities for hospital-based ministries, including St. Vincent Charity Medical Center and Mercy Medical Center, occurs on an as-need basis.
Senior Major Gift Officer to engage prospects, donors, and other members of the community in philanthropic support of The Cleveland Orchestra. This individual will actively manage a donor portfolio, qualify new donors, make discovery calls, and build a pool of new prospects and past donors up to the 6-figure level. The Senior Major Gift Officer initiates gift strategies and cultivates and solicits prospects through personal visits, direct mail, written and phone communication. They also work closely with colleagues to implement strategic approaches to increase the donor base and build a robust pipeline for major gift support for the Orchestra.
The Coordinator of Grant and Funded Initiatives provides leadership in assigned geographical areas in the planning, implementation, and evaluation of grant-funded programs to girls in grades K-12. Programs are delivered within the framework of the Girl Scouts of North East Ohio council goals and objectives in accordance with the longstanding relationship with Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority and other grants. This position is accountable for coordinating and delivering high-quality programs both in-person and virtually, recruiting and mentoring volunteers, monitoring staff, supporting and developing systems for best practices and monitoring progress, and cultivating partnerships for future or expanded Girl Scout programming in targeted areas.
St. Clair Superior Development Corporation (SCSDC) seeks a community development professional who can build connections in the St. Clair Superior community in partnership with the Executive Director. SCSDC serves the St. Clair Superior neighborhood, a unique Cleveland community located between the city’s two largest employment centers (Downtown and University Circle) and directly borders the MidTown, Hough, Glenville, and Downtown neighborhoods. Originally built as an industrial hub with factories and companies employing workers who lived in the neighborhood, today it is home to many diverse populations (speaking as many as 23 languages and dialects) and a uniquely poised local business community.
Check back next month for the next job seeker’s!
**All postings were active at the date of publishing