Director Funds Development Job Description Sample
Tax Director - Alternative Investment Funds
Best-in-class service, stewardship, independence, seamlessness, and transparency – these are the five core values that define the talented professionals at Andersen Tax. We are committed to hiring highly motivated individuals who desire to enhance their career and make a distinct impact.
Andersen Tax is one of the largest independent tax firms in the United States, providing a wide range of tax, valuation, financial advisory, and related consulting services to individuals, commercial clients, and alternative investment funds. Andersen Tax is the founding member of Andersen Global, an international association of legally separate, independent member firms with over 3,500 professionals worldwide. In the U.S., Andersen Tax has more than 1,000 personnel located in 19 cities across the country.
Our team of top advisors has extensive backgrounds in international accounting firms, law firms, IRS, and state taxing authorities. We demonstrate our commitment to our people through programs like our Women's, Veterans', and Diversity initiatives, which allow us to maintain both a positive and supportive work environment. We aim to be the benchmark for quality in our industry and serve as the standard by which other firms are measured.
At Andersen Tax, we offer a rewarding career path for exceptional and motivated individuals. From the moment your employment begins, you will be exposed to a wide variety of projects that will give you the opportunity to stand out and make a difference.
Additionally, due to our favorable Managing Director to Associate ratio, you will receive significant hands-on mentoring from our senior professionals who are invested in your growth and development. We foster an environment based on learning and allow our employees to grow through hands-on work experience, participation in local office and national training programs, and strong mentoring relationships. Through our sustained growth and best-in-class service, we can offer substantial long-term career opportunities and the tools you need to become an emerging leader. If you want to be a part of a growing and exciting organization, then consider your opportunities with Andersen Tax – a name from the past, a firm for the future.
Please view our website at www.andersentax.com for additional information on Andersen Tax.
Andersen Tax offers competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental, vision, retirement programs, flexible spending accounts, tuition reimbursement, professional accreditation assistance, and other employee incentives.
As a member of the Alternative Investment Funds practice, Directors oversee the efforts of multiple client service teams on engagements for a variety of clients, including hedge funds, private equity, fund of funds, and venture capital. Directors plan, execute, direct, and complete tax projects; provide innovative tax planning, consulting, and compliance expertise to clients; market, design, and implement tax-planning strategies for clients and manage to budget.
Directors conduct secondary review of, and have ultimate responsibility for, complex tax returns related to alternative investments for both national and foreign entities. Directors maintain active communication with clients to manage expectations, ensure satisfaction, ensure deadlines are met, and lead change efforts effectively. Directors are responsible for managing, developing, training, and mentoring Associates and Managers on tax projects, and assessing performance for engagement reviews.
Knowledge and Skill Requirements
Bachelor's or Master's degree required;
Accounting, Finance, Economics or related degree preferred;
Advanced credential allowing for client representation before the Internal Revenue Service required (i.e. CPA or JD);
At least 8 years relevant work experience with an accounting firm, including at least 4 years of Alternative Investment Funds experience;
Proven leadership and strong organizational skills;
Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal;
Exceptional interpersonal skills and a natural facilitator;
Excellent problem solving and analytical skills; and
Proficient use of technology including MS Excel.
Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis.
Andersen Tax welcomes and encourages workforce diversity. We are an equal opportunity employer. Applicants and employees are considered for positions and are evaluated without regard to race, color, national origin, ancestry, religion, sexual orientation (including gender identity and gender expression), mental disability, physical disability, sex/gender (including pregnancy, childbirth, and related medical conditions), age, marital status, military status, veteran status, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws or regulations. Al
Assistant Director - Funds Management (Immediate Opening)
Opening Date: January 11, 2019
Closing Date: January 28, 2019
Reports To: Director - Funds Management
Dept. /School: Finance Department
Wage/Hour Status: Exempt
Pay Grade: Admin Management JG 6
Terms of Employment:
12 months/230 days per year. Salary is on Administrative Management Job Group 6 on the SAISD Compensation Plan on a Non-Chapter 21 contract. Entry level is at an annual rate of $65,717.90 with additional consideration for directly related experience.
To assist in the attainment of district objectives by ensuring maximum benefit is realized from special revenue funds utilizing effective and efficient funds management processes.
- Bachelor's degree in Business Administration with a major in Accounting or related financial field;
- CPA, MBA, or TASBO certification preferred; &
- Candidate must have satisfactory outcome of fingerprinting background check. Non-refundable fee (approximately $50.00) paid by the applicant.
Knowledge of funding guidelines and regulations pertaining to federal and state programs
Extensive EXCEL skills with ability to create customized spreadsheets
Proficient in computer software packages to include spreadsheets, word processing, database, graphics and other software necessary for the mission of the department
Knowledge of the T.E.A. FASRG account code structure and the ESC20 finance system
Working knowledge of finance department operations and processes
Ability to create, review and analyze general journal entries and budget change requests
Ability to analyze fiscal information and determine use of funds and assist District departments with proper interpretation
In depth knowledge of how financial transactions impact departments and reporting requirements
Demonstrates continuous effort to improve operations, decrease turnaround times, streamline work processes, and work cooperatively and jointly to provide quality seamless customer service
Knowledge of the mission of the district and the policies and procedures in the departments and in the district to include payroll, budget, purchasing, accounts payable and finance
Ability to work with others, train others and maintain an effective working relationship with co-workers, supervisors, school personnel, and the public
Ability to work in fast paced environment and meet established deadlines to include preparation, review and submission of reports
Demonstrate communication skills, both written and oral
Demonstrate organizational and problem solving skills
Demonstrates self-initiative to ensure success of grants and other duties
Management style compatible with the position
Skill in training and supervising staff
- Three (3) years related to financial grant management, or audit experience or managerial / project accounting experience.
Major Responsibilities and Duties:
(The following statements describe the general purpose and responsibilities assigned and should not be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, skills, efforts, or working conditions that may be assigned or skills that may be required.)
Ensure that all transactions of grant awards of special revenue funds are in compliance with guidelines
Monitor grant balances and establish deadlines for encumbrances and expenditures for all special revenue funds to ensure timely utilization and preclude loss or return of unexpended funds
Prepares analytical reviews
Submits monthly, quarterly and annual financial reports to various funding agencies by established deadlines
Reviews grants for compliance to program guidelines on an on-going basis
Assists project directors and other staff with information pertinent to administration of all local, state and federal special revenue funds
Prepares and maintains a calendar / database of local, state and federal grants indicating program criteria such as beginning and ending dates, encumbrance and expenditure due dates, cut-off dates, and report due dates
Checks and verifies budget change requests to ensure accuracy and compliance with grant guidelines
Prepares and reviews general journal entries for proper accounting treatment
Ensure the TRS code table is updated for new grants
Coordinate new grant logistics with central office personnel
Initiate software solutions and departmental efficiencies
Ensure that reimbursement and final reports are prepared and submitted on a timely basis as specified
Create and oversee department reporting deadlines and tasks
Supervise the preparation of closing entries and special schedules required at fiscal year-end for special revenue funds
Assist with supervising Funds Management staff
Accepts responsibility for the efficient operation of the department
Understands how the mission and policies of the department relate to the missions of other departments in the district
In-depth knowledge of department policies and procedures to include payroll, budget, purchasing, finance and accounts payable
Adheres to department procedures on confidentiality
Qualities of an Effective Assistant Director
Ability to demonstrate the following core values: integrity, high expectations, commitment, respect, dedication to teamwork and passion for a student centered environment
Use effective communication skills to present information accurately and clearly to staff.
Maintain a professional relationship with colleagues, students, parents and community members.
Participate in staff development activities that improve job-related skills and professional growth.
Demonstrates a high level of personal integrity, a collaborative leadership style and high ethical standards.
Keep informed of and comply with state, district, and campus policies affecting schools, including daily attendance, punctuality and confidentiality.
Comply with the Texas Educator's Code of Ethics.
Daily attendance and punctuality at work are essential functions of the job.
- Assist with supervising Funds Management staff
Office equipment: personal computer, printer, calculator, multi-line telephone, copier, and fax machine
Communication equipment – Radio communication equipment, cellular telephone
Maintain emotional control under stress
Work with frequent interruptions
Work with frequent deadline
Occasional: lifting/carrying, 15-44 pounds
Intermittent: crouching and working at heights
Frequent: sitting, standing, walking, climbing, balancing, pulling, pushing, reaching, repetitive hand motions, hearing, speaking clearly, visual acuity, distinguishing colors, and driving
Exposure to: temperature extremes, humidity extremes, noise, low or intense illumination, vibration, biological hazards, working outside, working on uneven surfaces, working alone, working prolonged or irregular hours
It is the policy of San Antonio ISD not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation or disability in its vocational programs, services or activities as required by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended; Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972; Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended, and SAISD's board policies DIA, FFH, and FFI.
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Senior Director Of Development Fundraising
We are seeking a professional with a highly cooperative spirit, strong communication and relationship-building skills, a forward-thinking approach, the ability to relate to multiple constituencies and to represent the University with tact, diplomacy and passion. The successful candidate will be able to convey enthusiasm for the mission and role of the College of Visual Arts and Design and will, upon employment, work with the dean to be able to convey detailed knowledge and passion about the college's work in studio art, the FabLab, design, art education and art history, and other areas.
The Sr. Director of Development leads the development team for the College of Visual Arts and Design and works in consultation and in close coordination with the Dean to design and implement a comprehensive development program to identify, cultivate, solicit and steward prospects and donors for major gifts in support of college priorities. The Sr. Director will work with faculty to develop a dynamic and multi-platform strategy to engage foundations and individuals to secure needed funding for suitable projects and initiatives. The Sr. Director collaborates with UNT's advancement services, donor relations, annual giving, corporate and foundations relations, planned giving and communications teams to implement effective recognition and messaging.
The position reports to the Associate Vice President for Development.
Responsibilities of the position include, but are not limited to:
Develop and implement an annual strategic plan including determining fundraising objectives and unit goals. With an emphasis on discovery efforts to effectively build the prospect pipeline.
Solicit and successfully close major gifts.
Identify and qualify prospects with the goal of building and maintaining a prospect portfolio of 80 - 120 active prospects.
Initiate and facilitate new relationships between foundations and the university.
Plan, design and implement prospect and solicitation strategies in support of college priorities.
Develop proposals and serve as lead solicitor for College of Visual Arts and Design major gift solicitations to individuals, corporations, foundations and organizations.
Establish and cultivate cross-campus partnerships to identify, engage and solicit prospects for multi-disciplinary UNT initiatives.
Collaborate with colleagues across the university to fulfill donor goals and objectives and to implement appropriate stewardship and recognition.
Participate in and support any special project fundraising for university priorities as assigned by the Associate Vice President for Development.
The University of North Texas System and its component institutions are committed to equal opportunity and comply with all applicable federal and state laws regarding nondiscrimination and affirmative action. The University of North Texas System and its component institutions do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, religion, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, or veteran status in its application and admission processes, educational programs and activities, and employment practices.
Associate Director Of Real Estate Development
The Associate Director works with the VP Real Estate Development to manage real estate development for Capitol Hill Housing. The position is responsible for supervising and developing multiple project management staff as well as managing all stages of affordable housing development projects. This includes professional and managerial work planning, organizing, and managing the development activities related to the acquisition, new construction, and rehabilitation of Capitol Hill Housing’s real estate development projects. Capitol Hill Housing has a robust pipeline with a variety of projects utilizing standard affordable housing sources as well as nontraditional sources. Capitol Hill Housing increasingly works in partnership with other organizations in its development work. Work may encompass projects in varying stages of development and may include large, technically complex housing and mixed-use projects. Works under general direction of the Vice President of Real Estate Development and acts independently to manage projects and supervise staff.
All employees at CHH are employees at will. The job description outlined above is not intended to represent an absolute or final list of all elements, activities or duties of the job. The statements above are intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by the person assigned to this position.
Candidates selected for this position must pass a criminal history background check prior to employment with Capitol Hill Housing. Capitol Hill Housing is an Equal Opportunity Employer; all qualified candidates will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex or national origin.
To learn more about our rich benefits package, please visit our website http://www.capitolhillhousing.org/about/benefits.php.
Apply online at: http://www.capitolhillhousing.org/about/employment.php
Child Development Center Director
Plans for and administers all Child Development Center (CDC) programs. Oversees and ensures that all program policies are in accordance with the mission of The Salvation Army, in accordance with all licensing and accreditation requirements, and meet or exceed all mandated requirements.
In addition, the Director is responsible for CDC staff supervision, program operations, and program development and evaluation. The Director also performs classroom teaching duties as needed. This is a full time regular position with a workweek expectation of 40 hours per week.
This job description is not all inclusive. It is intended to identify the essential duties of the position. Other duties, responsibilities and tasks may be assigned by corps officer/administrator.
- Maintain positive work atmosphere by behaving and communicating in a manner that fosters and maintains positive relationships with co-workers and supervisors. This would include but not be limited to such actions: resolution of conflicts in a positive manner; courteous treatment of staff, clients and visitors; respect of others' property and person, professional and appropriate communication to and about co-workers, supervisors and subordinates. • Support the Mission of The Salvation Army by treating every donor, contact and colleague with respect and dignity, and without discrimination of any kind.• Adhere to the guiding principles of The Salvation Army's social services ministries as outlined in Faith In Action with an emphasis on intentional outreach in the area of pastoral care to those we serve.
Personnel• Responsible for hiring, on-boarding, supervision, evaluation, and training of all CDC staff.• Conducts regular staff meetings and individual supervisions.• Substitutes in the classroom to allow teaching staff to meet the responsibilities of their positions, providing time for documentation, meetings, classroom preparation, training, etc.• Provide breaks for teachers on a daily basis.• Substitutes in the classroom in the absence of a teacher; i.e. vacation, sickness, jury duty, etc.• Represents The Salvation Army to staff with regard to personnel policies.• Keep the needs of the program foremost while balancing the needs of individual staff.
Compliance• Assures that the CDC meets or exceeds all licensing and accreditation requirements and Salvation Army policies.• Maintains all child, staff, accident, injury, emergency, and program records.• Responsible for the observation of the health and overall academic development of CDC children.
Program Development and Evaluation• Welcomes and involves parents in the program through orientation meetings, workshops, volunteer opportunities, and celebrations.• Oversee registration and intake of children and ensure parents are informed of policies and guidelines.• Supports regular communication with CDC parents.• Oversees the recruitment and enrollment of children. Actively seeks to fill open slots. Maintains an up to date waiting list.• Assures that all programing and activities for children are developmentally appropriate.• Plans field trips and celebrations according to the needs and development of the children. • Create and maintain a calendar of events and activities, including parent/teacher conferences. • Supervises the education component through classroom observations and providing technical assistance to teachers.• Develops, evaluates, and updates curriculum. • Monitors the quality of programming, recommending changes to Corps Officers, as appropriate. • In conjunction with Corps Officers and Social Service leadership, establishes program goals.
Safety and Health• Monitors monthly fire drills and seasonal tornado drills.• Keeps evacuation routes posted and plans updated, in case of fire or natural disaster. • Plans for medical emergencies, making sure all staff are familiar with the plan.• Reports suspected child abuse according to program procedures and licensing/accreditation requirements. • Reports all accidents to the Corps officers, after critical care has been given.• Immediately report maintenance needs and hazards to ensure the health and safety of participants.
Professional Growth• Keeps abreast of early childhood education practices and demonstrates a proficient knowledge of child development.• Demonstrates professional growth and improvement through identification of own training needs, and participation in training sessions; enrollment in workshop/college courses; reading professional literature and application of training to professional performance.
Fiscal Responsibilities• Participates in discussions of funding priorities.• Responsible for purchasing equipment, supplies, and food for the program. • Maintain records of expenditures and receipts. Submit receipts regularly.• Record accounts receivable and turn in money daily.• Maintain appropriate records for processing of tuition invoicing including payments, County reimbursements, scholarships, grants, etc.
All other duties as assigned.
- Must meet the State of Minnesota, Rule 3 Director and Teacher requirements (Rule 9503.0031-9503.0032).• Bachelor's degree preferred; a combination of education and experience may be considered in lieu of degree. • Minimum two years fulltime experience managing a center-based child development center.• Familiarity with Minnesota Food Program CACFP preferred.• Must be willing to support the mission of The Salvation Army.• Effective communication, leadership, and interpersonal skills required. • Be trustworthy, especially in confidential matters. • Ability to maintain a professional attitude and demonstrate enthusiasm for the program, relate appropriately to children, parents, and colleagues.• Ability to organize work, set priorities, meet deadlines, and complete tasks with a minimum of direction.• Ability to use Salvation Army approved word processing, spreadsheet, data base management, and graphics/desktop publishing software packages.• Valid Driver's License. (Must meet the guidelines provided by the State of residence and the automobile insurance provider as pertaining to corps' passenger vans/buses.)• Must pass The Salvation Army background checks and driving requirements. • Must pass the Minnesota Department of Human Services background check.• It must be understood by the incumbent that the provisions of Safe From Harm will apply upon commencement of employment and also understood that the required Safe From Harm training be satisfactorily completed within the first thirty (30) days of employment.
Director Of Development
This position is located in Houston, TX and requires someone to work out of Houston daily.
Identifies, engages, cultivates, solicits, and stewards current and prospective donors in expanding their financial support of the work of the American Red Cross. Responsible for meeting an annual revenue target by working with an assigned portfolio of donors and prospects to advance the mission of the organization and assist donors in creating meaning in their lives through giving to the American Red Cross. Directs and oversees the work assignment and performance of assigned Major Gift Officers, other staff and volunteers.
1.Strategy: Develops and executes ongoing strategy for qualifying suspects and moving them to prospect status using tools such as small cultivation events, research and community networking, with a goal of 30% of the portfolio having been identified by the Development Director. Works collaboratively with other departments and partners with development staff at the National Office to create customized solicitation strategies matching the objectives of the organization and interests of the donor/prospect.
2.Fundraising Targets and Portfolio Management: Manages a portfolio of donors and prospects. Responsible for minimum annual fundraising goal ($500,000 for the current fiscal year) as specified in performance standards, including both renewable gifts and new incremental revenue. Personally solicits assigned donor portfolio, including preparation of personalized materials when needed. Revenue target may increase due to major domestic disasters.
3.Prospect Development: Works with community Board members and other leadership volunteers to identify, cultivate, solicit and steward appropriate donors. Identifies potential planned giving prospects among assigned donors and partners with Region's assigned Gift Planning Officer to solicit those prospects. Implements programs/activities to identify, cultivate, solicit and steward donors at the $2,500 level or higher, with an emphasis on maximizing revenue for the American Red Cross. Updates donor records in region and/or district database and Salesforce.com following donor contacts.
4.Relationship Development: Develops ongoing relationships with major donors for the benefits of the American Red Cross. Accountable for cultivating relationships for individual fundraising, organizational fundraising or both as outlined below:
a. Individuals: Cultivates relationships with individual donors personally and by supporting volunteer leaders in peer-to-peer outreach, (if appropriate) using giving societies such s the Tiffany Circle Society of Women Leaders as a key program.
b. Organizations: Cultivates, solicits and stewards support from corporations and foundations to meet annual fundraising goals within their Regions. This includes assisting corporations in achieving their goals in strengthening their brand, marketing, and employee engagement by being proficient at clearly articulating Red Cross programs, listening to corporations' needs and aligning programs to their interests, preparing grant proposals, and engaging foundation staff and foundation board members to cultivate and solicit support for the American Red Cross.
5.Staff and Volunteer Management: Provides strong leadership, develops and sets individual and team performance goals and manages/drives change. Hires, manages, trains and evaluates staff and volunteers. Finds and implements ways to improve or increase the quality and production for the work directed.
6.Other: Participates in disaster relief fundraising projects as appropriate.
7.It is the responsibility of all Red Cross staff members to recruit, train and work with volunteers and to treat all clients, volunteers, guests, and other employees in a courteous and respectful manner at all times while maintain a cooperative atmosphere for everyone. It is expected that each member of the regional management team to work with a volunteer counterpart to ensure key volunteers are utilized and ensure depth within the function.
8.Carries out any additional assignments required to fulfill the mission of the American Red Cross.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and duties required.
The American Red Cross is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, religion, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, age, or any other characteristic protected by law.
Education: Bachelor's degree required; advanced degree is highly desirable.
Experience: Minimum 7 years of major gifts leadership experience.
Proactive development leader with an established track record of increasing philanthropic revenue from diverse constituencies Experience in the development and implementation of a broad-based fundraising program including personally opening doors, cultivation and successfully closing major gifts. Corporate and/or Business-to-Business sales leadership experience may be substituted for fundraising experience. Significant expertise with the area's funding community highly desirable. Progressive experience in successful development programs and knowledge of "best practices" in development.
Management Experience: Minimum 3 years supervisory experience.
Skills and Abilities: Ability to relate well and work effectively with multiple constituencies and audiences.
Excellent verbal and written skills. Knowledge of office systems: MS-Office preferred and fundraising database systems (e.g., Raiser's Edge, Salesforce.com). A team player committed to developing and working within a collaborative environment and to ensuring the highest customer service orientation.
Travel: Requires frequent travel within the Region. The amount will vary depending upon size and geography of region.
Apply now! Joining our team will provide you with the opportunity to make a difference every day.
The American Red Cross is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, religion, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, age, or any other characteristic protected by law.
The American Red Cross is a diverse nonprofit organization offering its employee's professional development and growth opportunities, a competitive salary, comprehensive benefits, and a collaborative team spirit environment.
Youth Development Program Director (Inverness Primary School) - Citrus School Age Programs
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Title: Youth Development Program Director
Reports to: Youth Development Program Management Director
FLSA Status: Full-time, Non-Exempt
Salary Range: $11.55/hr - $12.19/hr
Leader Level: Team Leader
Supervises: Site Staff and Volunteers
Located near the central gulf coast of Florida, the YMCA of the Suncoast is a strong YMCA engaged in many national YMCA initiatives. This is an Association serving more than 80,000 community members each year. The YMCA of Pinellas County School Age Programs is a branch impacting its community with a focus on youth development.
This position is responsible for day-to-day general administration of the program including responsible for all children, staff supervision, budgeting, expense control, income generation, program development and quality control, community relations, collaborations, long-range planning and facility maintenance. The Youth Development Program Director also provides direction and leadership for the achievement of Association goals in accordance with the policies, procedures and standards established by the Board.
Core and Strategic Functions:
High Quality Programs, Services and Facilities
Administer and lead the total operation of the School Age Program site including the interpretation and execution of established policies, the development of procedures and methods, staffing, evaluation of the effectiveness of the programs and operation.
Nurture children by designing lesson plans that include purposeful programming that develops social-emotional skills, fosters achievement, supports academic growth and provides enrichment.
Ensure the safety and maintenance of high quality facilities, grounds, and equipment including keeping supplies organized, maintain and clean facility and care for equipment.
Promote and monitor membership and/or program growth, taking a leadership role in membership cultivation and retention.
Create a nurturing and safe environment by reporting suspicious activity that may lead to child abuse or may violate the code of conduct. Ensure staff is facilitating engaging and age appropriate activities. Responsible for maintaining all records and data on each child, employee and volunteer.
Responsible for effectively handling all emergency incidents and submitting proper documentation that may occur in YMCA program, using mature, sound judgment.
Staff and Volunteer Management
Recruit, hire, supervise and develop department staff and volunteers through use of Leadership Competency Model resources that create a culture of cause-driven leaders.
Support Y Community Champions efforts.
Implement weekly planning sessions with staff to include awareness and understanding of YMCA programs, services, and customer service skills.
Assist in preparing annual sited budget.
Recommend adjustments and administer the budget, exercising necessary expense controls and revenue production.
Responsible for collection of fees and reporting weekly balances to Sr. Program Director.
Represent and promote the YMCA in the local community and develop positive working relationships with other organizations, businesses, and governmental entities.
Promote and communicate the objectives and programs of the YMCA through public communication media.
Actively participate in school-related committees such as SAC or PTA.
Incorporate storytelling in an effort to advance our mission and cause.
Participate in Annual Campaign efforts.
Identify and recruit Annual Campaign volunteers.
Lead and/or participate in branch special events for fund raising or mission advancement.
Serve as a member of branch management and support the branch and association objectives of the YMCA.
Teach, role model and promote SMART behavior.
Establish positive rapport with children, parents, volunteers and school personnel.
Support the GPS initiatives by participating on a Commitment Team.
Advance our work in Youth Development, Healthy Living, Volunteerism and Philanthropy.
Incorporate Living Our Cause into work products and behavior.
(all position functions are essential to the position)
- Builds authentic relationships in the service of enhancing individual and team performance to support the Y's work.
- Listens and expresses self effectively and in a manner that reflects a true understanding of the needs of the audience.
Developing Others – Recognizes and acts on the need to continually develop others' capabilities to attain the highest level of performance possible.
- Supports goal attainment by prioritizing activities, assigning responsibilities in accordance with capabilities, monitoring progress, and evaluating progress.
Quality Results –Demonstrates and fosters a strong commitment to achieving goals in a manner that provides quality experiences.
Emotional Maturity – Demonstrates effective interpersonal skills.
Must have a high school diploma or equivalent and meet all state and county licensing requirements. State mandated trainings (MODS), FCCPC and Florida Credential required. CPR/AED and First Aid Certification within 90 days of employment and be at least 21 years of age or older. Previous childcare and supervisory/leadership experience required. Get SMART preferred. Must possess skills to operate standard office and computer equipment. The ability to relate to diverse groups from all social economic segments of community is essential. Must be capable of working under pressure as well as organizing and planning efficiently. Must be mentally alert, able to process and follow directions and remain friendly and professional at all times. Must be able to observe and communicate with children, parents, staff and volunteers. Must meet the YMCA of the Suncoast driving criteria. Must be able to stand, remain outdoors and maintain continual physical endurance for extended periods of time.
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Business Development Director
Bachelor's degree, preferably in a technical discipline. Master's degree in engineering or business is desired
Minimum of 15 years' experience in the areas of radar, electronic warfare or similar sensor systems
Minimum of five (5+) years' management experience
Strong understanding of the Department of Defense and US Government acquisition process is required
Established contacts and credible authority within the Army
Strong business development skills with a proven track record of driving opportunities to closure
Excellent communications skills, including presentations and writing skills
Excellent interpersonal skills and enjoy working in a fast paced, informal environment
Must be willing to travel up to 25 percent
Must be a U.S. citizen. Applicants selected must be able to hold a SECRET clearance and will be subject to a government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information.
SRC, Inc. is currently seeking a business development director in the Huntsville, AL area to join our business development team. In this role, you will be directly involved in developing new business opportunities in the areas of MSHORAD, radar and sensors, C-UAS and air missile defense / PNT CFT's or establishing follow-on work with existing products. In addition, the BD director will be responsible for developing S&T opportunities within the AMRDEC organization that is synergistic with current and future SRC technologies.
This position requires developing new business opportunities for military radar development programs for the U.S. Army. The successful candidate will be coordinating and planning business development activities with business unit managers and developing and implementing strategic and technical roadmaps to guide investments. This position will require leading successful program capture teams.
Develop new business opportunities – engage with current and future Army customer organizations and acquisition sponsors
Understand and influence their mission and requirements
Understand and influence funding cycles and budgets
Develop a working understanding of new and existing SRC technologies to guide the customer base to appropriate and cost-effective solutions. Collaborate with engineering to validate and flesh-out ideas and concepts.
Secure follow-on business – utilize existing relationships with customers for follow-on business with upgrades or new products
Work with engineering operations, SRC subsidiaries and other stakeholders
Mature our technology roadmap to align with the strategic plan
Align internal research & development (IRAD) efforts with the strategic plan and customer requirements
Author white papers, request for information (RFI) responses and proposals
Support budgeting, re-forecasting and out-year forecasting
Support program hand-off through direct work on requirements, design and milestone reviews
Ensure alignment of programs with overall strategic plan and customer intent
Work with the business development team and other stakeholders
Identify, vet and pursue potential opportunities
Track and manage opportunities through the lead tracking system and marketing opportunity list
Support integrated product team meetings to share tactical opportunity information and challenges
Support SRC processes through documentation, briefings and meetings
Support cross-Division opportunities
Strategic planning – drive the strategic planning goals into results by developing roadmaps and contributing to investment plans
Monitor and assess competitive environment on a continuing basis
Engage industry partners to understand general trends, as well as potential strategic partnerships and competition
Participate in proposal development by identifying customer technical/operational requirements and by helping create offers that represent maximum affordable value to the customer. Ensure that proposals address the customer's key issues and requirements.
Regional Director Of Development - Upstate
The Regional Director of Development#serves as the leader and front-line fundraiser of a regional program site of the South Carolina Center for Fathers and Families (SCCFF).#The director is charged with building and sustaining the fundraising function of the program with the goal of developing robust, diversified contributed revenue streams from all available funding sources including individuals, local government and private agencies, and foundations and corporations. Working closely with the Center and local fatherhood program leadership, the Regional Director of Development#is charged with designing and growing an annual fund; major gift portfolio management; identifying other community funding possibilities; managing special events; and all fundraising related campaigns and initiatives within the designated region. # QUALIFICATIONS/REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor#s degree required; Master#s degree preferred. 5-10 years development experience. Passion for the mission of SCCFF and the local fatherhood organization. Strong fundraising generalist background of annual appeals, major gifts, grants, special events, development communications and stewardship. Experience in the constant movement of prospects toward closure. Excellent interpersonal, verbal, listening and written skills. Superior maturity and leadership skills. Proven ability to work with diverse constituencies. Demonstrated ability to plan, set, and realize goals. Manage time and resources in support of such goals. Knowledge of Raiser#s Edge and other development tools preferred. Desire to be part of a team essential; mixed with the ability to work independently. High energy and a good sense of humor. The ideal candidate will be able to demonstrate understanding and commitment to upholding the identity and values of the South Carolina Center for Fathers and Families and have a strong comfort level in a faith-based environment. This is a full-time, professional-level 40-hr per week position. May require some night and weekend work. Competitive salary, excellent benefits, collegial work environment. Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume with application.
The Regional Director of Development serves as the leader and front-line fundraiser of a regional program site of the South Carolina Center for Fathers and Families (SCCFF). The director is charged with building and sustaining the fundraising function of the program with the goal of developing robust, diversified contributed revenue streams from all available funding sources including individuals, local government and private agencies, and foundations and corporations.
Working closely with the Center and local fatherhood program leadership, the Regional Director of Development is charged with designing and growing an annual fund; major gift portfolio management; identifying other community funding possibilities; managing special events; and all fundraising related campaigns and initiatives within the designated region.
Bachelor's degree required; Master's degree preferred.
5-10 years development experience.
Passion for the mission of SCCFF and the local fatherhood organization.
Strong fundraising generalist background of annual appeals, major gifts, grants, special events, development communications and stewardship.
Experience in the constant movement of prospects toward closure.
Excellent interpersonal, verbal, listening and written skills.
Superior maturity and leadership skills.
Proven ability to work with diverse constituencies.
Demonstrated ability to plan, set, and realize goals.
Manage time and resources in support of such goals.
Knowledge of Raiser's Edge and other development tools preferred.
Desire to be part of a team essential; mixed with the ability to work independently.
High energy and a good sense of humor.
The ideal candidate will be able to demonstrate understanding and commitment to upholding the identity and values of the South Carolina Center for Fathers and Families and have a strong comfort level in a faith-based environment.
This is a full-time, professional-level 40-hr per week position. May require some night and weekend work. Competitive salary, excellent benefits, collegial work environment.
Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume with application.
Director Of Proposal Development
The Director of Proposal Development for the Mailman School of Public Health will be part of a newly created central Office of Research Development under the leadership of a Vice Dean for Research Strategy and Innovation that will provide a range of services to support faculty research success, with particular focus on fostering competitive large strategic, interdisciplinary, and other types of complex grant proposals. The Director will direct the preparation of such proposals by providing project management services, writing or assisting in the preparation of non-scientific proposal sections, arranging proposal reviews, and perform other duties to facilitate the timely submission of strong and responsive competitive grant submissions.
Coordinate and support proposal preparation and budget development for strategic and large, complex proposals by partnering with PIs in setting out and tracking internal deadlines and milestones and coordinating the production and compilation of all submission materials in partnership with departmental administrators;
Where requested by the PI, write or assist in writing the administrative core portions of proposals, including developing, providing advice or reviewing budgets and budget justifications;
Perform outreach to collaborators and support and collect and track letters of support, biosketches, and other materials from investigators and collaborators;
Ensure successful integration of all proposal components and compliance with all funding solicitation and sponsor requirements and and assist PIs in navigating proposals through the administrative structures of the School, medical center and university;
Organize and facilitate scientific and editorial review of proposals;
Develop and update a central resource of commonly needed school-level data and helpful boilerplate content for proposals. Minimum Qualifications for Grade
Applicant MUST meet these minimum qualifications to be considered an applicant Requires a bachelor's degree or equivalent in education and experience, plus four years of related experience including experience working with faculty in an academic or research setting (as a postdoc, faculty or staff member) and knowledge of all aspects of extramural grant proposal development;
Understanding and familiarity with a broad range of science or technical subject matter and extramural grant funding mechanisms, as demonstrated through education or experience;
Superior writing, analytical and project management skills;
Familiarity with institutional and funding agency proposal submission systems. Additional Position-Specific Minimum Qualifications
Applicant MUST meet these minimum qualifications to be considered an applicant Special Instructions Preferred Qualifications An advanced degree in a Science, Health Science, Engineering or related technical field is highly desirable; Essential Functions Coordinate and support proposal preparation and budget development for strategic and large, complex proposals by partnering with PIs in setting out and tracking internal deadlines and milestones and coordinating the production and compilation of all submission materials in partnership with departmental administrators;20%
Where requested by the PI, write or assist in writing the administrative core portions of proposals, including developing, providing advice or reviewing budgets and budget justifications;20%
Perform outreach to collaborators and support and collect and track letters of support, biosketches, and other materials from investigators and collaborators;10%
Ensure successful integration of all proposal components and compliance with all funding solicitation and sponsor requirements and and assist PIs in navigating proposals through the administrative structures of the School, medical center and university;25%
Organize and facilitate scientific and editorial review of proposals;15%
Develop and update a central resource of commonly needed school-level data and helpful boilerplate content for proposals. 5%
Other duties as required 5% Additional Essential Functions (Limit to 3950 characters.) Special Indications
This position works with: There are no special indications for this position
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