April Job Seekers

We are back with our April Job Seekers post! Take a few minutes to check out these great opportunities in Northeast Ohio. 

Program Coach – Neighborhood Leadership Development Program

Reporting to the Program Director and Lead Coach, the Coach is responsible for providing individual coaching to participants and graduates and will carry out the following responsibilities.

The Program Coach:
▪ Provides individual coaching to assigned NLDP participants including one coaching session between each program curriculum session.
▪ Provides coaching sessions to NLDP Graduates as requested.
▪ Attends all sixteen Saturday NLDP group sessions and participates as appropriate.
▪ Assists the Lead Coach in administering and reviewing the Kolb Learning Styles Inventory and the Korn Ferry Emotional and Social Competency Inventory.
▪ Attends and provides feedback regarding the cohort at program internal debriefing sessions.
▪ Advises the Lead Coach on the progress regarding assigned participants and provides data to lead coach for reporting purposes as requested.
▪ Assists in any other areas of participation requested by NLDP.

Visual Arts Instructor  – Beck Center for the Arts

Beck Center’s Visual Arts Education program seeks a dynamic teaching artist to lead children (ages 7-12) in multimedia and sculpture projects during our summer visual arts day camps. Camps are 14 days in length for 2 hours daily, with the possibility of extending the teaching opportunity into future semesters for weekly classes. Beck may hire multiple candidates based on their availability. Beck Visual Arts Faculty are also encouraged to submit their artwork in the annual Beck Faculty Exhibition each summer.

The ideal candidate will be an experienced artist with a proven ability to work with students of differing ages and abilities and has strong classroom management skills. Projects presented in this camp may include: painting, printmaking, mixed media, sculpture, and other projects according to the candidate’s expertise.

More information on all available positions can be found here.

Education and Outreach Specialist – Cleveland Rape Crisis Center

The Education and Outreach Specialist is responsible for providing educational programming designed to prevent sexual violence and other programs as required. Content will be primarily presented to children (ages 4-18), parents, teachers, and community members. The Education and Outreach Specialist will provide presentations to schools, out-of-school-time programs, and community groups and organizations. The Education and Outreach Specialist will also represent CRCC’s mission at various meetings of collaborative groups and organizations.

Marketing and Communications Manager – Cleveland Rape Crisis Center

The Marketing & Communications Manager manages various marketing and communications projects, working to build impactful engagement with Cleveland Rape Crisis Center’s target audiences online and in the community so that more survivors of rape and sexual abuse access the Center’s services.

Development Coordinator – Boys Hope Girls Hope of Northeast Ohio

The Development Coordinator is a highly-organized, detail-oriented database administrator and gift steward with strong communication and customer service skills. The ideal candidate has experience with the Salesforce platform or a similar donor database. This position advances our fundraising efforts by managing all aspects of Salesforce, including data entry, analysis and reporting. Additionally, the Development Coordinator is responsible for managing event logistics for all fundraising special events and provides administrative support to the Board of Directors, Associate Board and development and event committees. 

Program Coordinator –  The Cleveland Foundation

Provide administrative support to the Environmental Initiatives Program Manager and other program staff in alignment with their strategic initiatives. Also coordinates program, fiscal oversight, and research activities related to environmental initiatives and other program priorities in consultation with Directors/Manager/Officers.  

Assistant Manager – American Cancer Society, Hope Lodge

Manages operations of a Hope Lodge, a free hospitality house for cancer patients undergoing active outpatient cancer treatment and their caregivers. Ensures all policies and procedures for both Hope Lodge operations and general American Cancer Society are followed. Supervises a staff team covering evenings and overnights to ensure safe operation of a Hope Lodge operating 24/7/365. Implements constituent relationship management principles as standard business practice. Partners with area hospitals, clinics and health systems in establishing and maintaining guest referrals. Collaborates with ACS staff to ensure financial and volunteer support of the lodge.

Grant Specialist – CHN Housing Partners

The right candidate must develop a deep understanding of CHN’s dynamic programs, initiatives, and goals.  Additionally, you’ll be responsible for processing donations, coordinating funder meetings, assisting with reporting and managing funder deliverables for compliance, and assist with creating social media strategy for funder acknowledgments.

Accountant – The Legal Aid Society of Cleveland

The Legal Aid Society of Cleveland seeks an Accountant.  This is a new position added because of Legal Aid’s growth in size and increase in financial complexity. The Accountant reports to the Director of Finance and Administrative Operations, assisting the Director with all aspects of accounting with a focus on analytical and transactional review, utilizing established accounting principles. The Finance Team is comprised of the Director, two accountants, and a bookkeeper, and is supported by the Office Manager and HR Manager.

Philanthropy Communications Specialist – The Cleveland Clinic

Crafts messages and materials for donors and prospective donors at every stage of the fundraising cycle including, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship.

Event Program Coordinator – Cleveland Public Square

The Event Program Coordinator processes events by determining if the request is in accordance with GPC policies, procedures, and regulations. Oversees planning and implementation strategies, including arranging, monitoring, and approving event equipment requests. Oversees physical setup for all events. Supervises staff during evening and weekend hours as needed.

The Event Program Coordinator executes outreach activities to contact and recruit clients for programming in Public Square. They assist in cultivating relationships with individuals and relevant organizations to develop and implement initiatives that increase GPC’s visibility within the community. These initiatives lead to increased programming, partnership, and fundraising opportunities.

Data Coordinator – Catholic Charities

The Performance Improvement team supports the work of those that deliver services to those most in need throughout all 8 counties of the Diocese of Cleveland.  You will be part of a team who’s greatest contribution to the organization is to use data to improve decision making and demonstrate impact to individuals and communities that we serve.

What you will do:

  • Coordinate data-collection and reporting used for several reporting needs and improve our statistical storytelling capabilities! 
  • Provide top-notch training to our workforce that increases understanding of how data can be used to impact our work.
  • Design and implement data management tools to assist our workforce in capturing data that helps increase our knowledge of our programs and services.

Lead Program Support Specialist – Famicos Foundation

The Lead Hazard Program targets families with children under the age of 6 who are most at risk from exposure to Lead.  The Lead Program Support Specialist guides tenants/homeowners in the Glenville neighborhood through the application process to determine eligibility for the program.  Duties also include providing training to applicants and marketing the program at various community events. The ideal candidate will be familiar with the Glenville neighborhood and understand that patience, respect, and kindness are qualities required to deliver the best resident experience.

Check back next month for the next job seeker’s! If you are a Northeast Ohio Nonprofit and have a job posting to share, send them our way! 

**All postings were active at the date of publishing