Job Title: Public Health Manager
Reports to: Executive Director
Location: McMurray, PA / Pittsburgh area
Job Type: Full-time, exempt
Southwest Pennsylvania Environmental Health Project (EHP) is a public health not-for-profit organization that provides wide-ranging support to communities impacted by unconventional oil and gas development (UOGD), as it has done since 2012. That support includes health impact assessments, environmental and health monitoring, data and research interpretation, and public health guidance. EHP’s team includes a varied and skilled group of health care providers, scientists, community educators, analysts, and communications experts, making the organization a national leader in the comprehensive understanding of, and approach to, the public health consequences of UOGD.
The strength of the organization lies, in part, in its direct contact with frontline community members, learning about their circumstances and responding to their needs for relevant information and guidance with interactive support programs, such as the Environmental HealthWatch Model, and interactive tools, such as the EHP AirView App. We seek to support communities more broadly by better understanding the short- and long-term health risks resulting from UOGD so we can more effectively engage in policy dialogues at the local, state, and national levels to support health-protective policy decisions.
Public Health is core to EHP’s mission, and staying current on the most recent public health information is critical to our various stakeholders, from frontline residents to policymakers. As EHP develops innovative methods of outreach and education, we will expect the Public Health Manager to support those efforts through various forms of research, likely including medical journals, public health datasets, local networks, and primary data collection. The Public Health Manager will serve as the principal point of contact on health-related initiatives and in communications with other public health organizations; ensure that the EHP team understands the implications of new research studies and medical information as they become available; and work collaboratively with cross-functional teams to ensure that EHP’s approaches to education, advocacy, data analysis, and reporting are all in alignment with current health research.
Various tasks associated with this role include but are not limited to the following:
- Serve as primary point of contact and EHP’s representative on health-related matters with government agencies and health-related coalitions
- Maintain research library of new papers, journals, and other research being published on UOGD and health
- Research and author literature reviews on relevant topics
- Lead EHP’s Health & Wellness team; ensure coworkers are aware of pertinent research that informs EHP’s work
- Evaluate health-related requests and opportunities for collaboration
- Support creation of “Health Impact Assessments” for communities in proximity to various types of UOGD
- Review and consolidate health intake information from HealthWatch communities
- Collaborate with the Data Scientist to effectively incorporate health information and appropriate guidance into reports and interactive tools for HealthWatch communities
- Collaborate with the Data Scientist to develop new ways of understanding the health impacts of UOGD as part of the HealthWatch framework
- Collaborate with Communications Manager and Policy Director to incorporate health research into educational initiatives for various stakeholder groups
- Regularly update EHP’s set of UOGD-related resources and reference materials, as needed
- Perform outreach to health care providers and expand EHP’s referral network; develop and maintain relationships with relevant content experts
- Support public health-related educational events as a speaker, moderator, and/or by recruiting participants
- Field general questions from residents with health concerns, referring individuals to health care providers / other resources, as needed
- Occasionally participate in data sharing with academic institutions, including managing research interns
- Provide weekly updates to the team on milestones, initiatives, and new opportunities
Core Attributes Required:
- Ability to thrive in a dynamic, deadline-oriented environment with demonstrated ability to establish priorities and balance multiple, competing demands
- Excellent oral and written communication skills to broad and diverse audiences on a range of complex and technical issues
- Ability to offer creative solutions to complex problems and translate options into implementable solutions
- Extraordinary attention to detail
- Proven flexibility to new challenges and situations
- Strong analytical and critical thinking skills
- A ‘roll up your sleeves’ attitude and willingness to take initiative to address issues proactively
- Ability to strategize with fellow team members, with a focus on research and translation of findings
- High comfort level in communicating and coordinating with remote teams
- Passion for the organization’s mission to defend public health in the face of oil and gas development
Education and Experience Required:
- Master’s degree in Public Health
- Background in nursing or other medical care ideal
- Coursework in toxicology, community engagement, or environmental science a plus
- Proficiency in Zotero a plus
- Familiarity with Qualtrics a plus
Salary: Commensurate based on experience
Application Instructions: Submit cover letter explaining why this role is a good fit, resume, and salary requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Apply by May 24, 2021 for first round review.
All applicants and employees will enjoy equality of opportunity and fair treatment without regard to, race, color, age, religion, pregnancy, sex, sexual orientation, disability, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, genetic information, veteran status, marital status, or prior protected activity.
SWPA Environmental Health Project is a 501(c)(3) Pennsylvania Non-Profit Corporation.
About Sequal Consulting
Sequal Consulting is a full-service strategic communications firm based in Pittsburgh, PA. We service clients across the Commonwealth and throughout the country. We are strategists for social change who help movements shift power from corporations and billionaires to the people and the planet. We help our clients increase their visibility, sharpen their message, share their stories with new audiences, and advance their vision for a more just society.
We are looking for a full-time Senior Communications Associate who is passionate about and experienced in comprehensive strategic communications for community organizations, labor unions, and/or other justice-oriented movements and organizations. This is a senior staff position that requires strategic thinking, tactical execution of communications best practices and an organizing approach to working with clients and their members/activists.
This position requires 3-5 years of experience working as a communicator in a movement/community organization, labor union, and/or as a political or campaign communications staffer. Strong “front of the room” training and/or presenting skills are also strongly desired.
In this position, no two days are the same and rapid response must be equally balanced with long term strategic planning. A passion for and commitment to movement building and intersectional justice and liberation for all is required.
- Develop strategic communications plans and implement comprehensive media strategies.
- Draft timely and strategic core messaging and ensure message consistency across communications channels.
- Develop organic and paid digital strategies that maximize client visibility and influence.
- Monitor news coverage and respond rapidly and effectively to control and shape narrative. Draft, edit, pitch, and place stories, OpEds, LTEs, and prepare spokespeople for interviews.
- Develop expert knowledge of and meaningful relationships with key reporters and outlets covering our clients’ issue areas and geography.
- Develop expertise on the issues and campaigns clients engage in.
- Provide effective and impactful media skills training.
- Help administer mass email / online activist tools as needed.
Essential Skills and Qualifications
- Experience in fast-paced communications in a movement and/or political environment.
- Demonstrated ability to creatively and strategically frame ideas, develop narrative, and synthesize complex policy issues in a way that appeals to the news media and a wide variety of audiences.
- Excellent news sense and political savvy along with sharp strategic thinking and ability to identify hooks and earned media opportunities.
- Experience developing traditional media relations strategies with a track record of earning media coverage and building relationships with journalists.
- Ability to identify and connect with diverse audiences, make rigorous and persuasive arguments, translate complex ideas into digestible language, tell emotionally compelling stories, and move people to action.
- Experience with digital organizing and campaign management, including design and execution of multi-stage digital campaigns, CRM and email management, social media management, basic web and design skills, creative use of multimedia, and online advertising (experience with Cision, EveryAction, ActionNetwork, Facebook Ads Manager, Google Ads, and WordPress is a plus.)
- Strong writing, editing, training, and presentation skills.
- Experience working in multi-racial and multi-ethnic coalitions.
- Commitment to understanding race, class, gender, and other equity and liberation issues.
- Demonstrated resourcefulness and flexibility in approach to project assignments.
- Because this position directly relates to the 24-news cycle and social media environment, it will require weeknight and weekend hours. It may also require some travel eventually.
Compensation and Benefits
- Starting salary range for this position is $60,000 – $65,000/year. Compensation is commensurate with experience.
- Sequal offers health and dental insurance, an IRA with a company match, paid sick time, and a flexible vacation policy.
Submit cover letter, résumé, and a writing sample to email@example.com.
Sequal Consulting is committed to building a more diverse social justice movement. Women, femmes, Black, brown, native, newcomer, LGBTQIA+ individuals are strongly encouraged to apply.
Unfortunately, we cannot hire sitting elected officials in Pennsylvania due to conflicts of interest with client advocacy.
In 2021, Hollow Oak Land Trust is celebrating 30 years as a unique environmental organization that combines land conservation with trail advocacy. In its mission to protect and connect greenspace, Hollow Oak focuses on land acquisition, environmental stewardship, sustainable multi-use trails, and the creation of multi-municipal greenways.
The Project Manager is a full time, salaried, exempt position responsible for promoting, organizing and implementing projects to support the operations of Hollow Oak Land Trust. The Project Manager works directly with the Executive Director, as well as volunteers, partner organizations, and clients.
- Engagement of Members, Donors and Volunteers
- Develop the communications plan for engaging Hollow Oak supporters
- Plan and coordinate events
- Lead membership campaigns, donor programs, and member communications
- Produce reports and analysis with DonorPerfect CRM software
- Update and maintain CRM database
- Plan and manage volunteer projects related to land & water stewardship and trails
- Recruit, retain and engage volunteers through social media and partnerships
- Create positive relationships with volunteers, clients, landowners, and land managers
- Educate and manage volunteers in safety protocols and project implementation
- Oversee scheduling of events to ensure excellent delivery of services
- Provide excellent customer service to volunteers and partner organizations
- Assist volunteers in acquiring equipment and supplies for projects
- Track project outcomes
Trail Services & Business Development
- Oversee full life cycle of trail projects, including planning, coordination, and implementation
- Create and manage project proposals, bids, contracts, subcontracts, invoices, project documentation, and job cost analysis
- Coordinate project planning with colleagues, partners, clients and volunteers
- Manage volunteers and contractors for successful implementation of trail projects
- Actively participate in trail project implementation
- Collect and manage GIS data for project planning, mapping, reporting and program support
- Develop program-based marketing efforts and promotional materials
Marketing and Communications
- Develop and implement communications strategies
- Manage social media platforms and campaigns
- Update and maintain content for the Hollow Oak website
- Write and format content for the Hollow Oak newsletter in Constant Contact
- Publish articles and social media posts
- Create PR and marketing materials such as articles, press releases, and brochures
- Implement targeted mailings to members and constituents
- Represent Hollow Oak in outreach activities
- Develop project budgets and forecasting
- Track and report project data
- Evaluate programs and provide feedback
- Implement policies and procedures in best practices, risk management, and safety guidelines
- Assist with grant applications and grant reports
- Assist with identification of potential funders, including private foundations, government agencies, and corporations
- Strong communication skills (written and verbal)
- Experience with donor-based software
- Background in digital marketing, communications, social media
- Experience recruiting and managing volunteers
- Experience with sustainable trail design
- Extensive knowledge of trail use, such as hiking, mountain biking, and trail running
- Experience with GIS and digital mapping applications
- Experience in nonprofit organization management
- Experience working with government agencies
- B.A/B.S. degree in related field (e.g. business management, fundraising, marketing, consulting, natural sciences, engineering, parks & recreation) or similar combination of experience and education
- Skilled in a variety of office-based software systems, e.g., MS Office, PowerPoint, Google Apps, Zoom
- Knowledge of flora, fauna and wildlife habitat restoration
- Ability to walk on uneven, rough and steep terrain, handle and manipulate objects and tools
- Ability to stand, sit, climb, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, crawl and navigate stairs
- Ability to carry items weighing up to 50 pounds
- Ability to withstand conditions including cold, heat, humidity, direct sunlight, dust, pollen, as well as wet and slippery conditions
- Ability to walk up to three miles to remote worksites
- Ability to safely operate hand tools for trail maintenance
This position offers a competitive salary in the $40,000-$50,000 range with traditional benefits package found with other nonprofit organizations of similar size, scope, and scale.
HOW TO APPLY
Please send your cover letter, resume and two writing samples to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hello Neighbor has experienced rapid growth from its inception in 2017. The Board of Directors has evolved from a “working” to a governance Board. Hello Neighbor seeks a consultant to work alongside the Board to: (1) formalize and update its bylaws, processes and procedures; (2) create a set of shared expectations for Board members and staff; and (3) advise the Board how it can best serve the organization as Hello Neighbor continues to grow and scale nationally.
Project Deliverables and Specifications
- Review bylaws and other governance documents and recommend enhancements in line with best practices for professionalized nonprofit organizations;
- Create a framework and supporting materials for identifying, screening, electing, onboarding, and evaluating board members;
- Assist in identifying the respective roles and responsibilities for board members and staff;
- Review existing committee structure and goals and recommend enhancements or future opportunities;
- Create a process for succession planning for board officers and committee chairs;
- Review existing executive director evaluation process and recommend enhancements;
- Propose guidelines for effective communication between board and staff, including board reporting, enhancements to how board meetings are conducted and a calendar of annual milestones;
- Other needs as identified by board, staff, and/or consultant throughout engagement
Proposals will be accepted until February 26th. Please email proposals to email@example.com.
Completed proposals should include the following elements:
- Cover letter outlining interest in the project and relevant experience
- Proposal of services, including a timeline and proposed fee
- References for at least 2 similar client projects
Proposal Evaluation Timeline
Competitive proposals will be invited to interview in early March with the engagement expected to begin mid-March.
Gwen’s Girls (GG) seeks proposals from fundraising consultants interested in working with our organization to (i) assess the philanthropic community’s interest in supporting a capital campaign; and (ii) develop a capital campaign based on such assessment. The goal of the capital campaign is to address the need of expansion and the construction of a new facility to consolidate and expand services to girls and their families, with a focus on Black girls due to this being the primary demographic that live in the communities that we serve. The Gwen’s Girls Board, CEO and staff expect to collaborate actively with the selected firm in the work to ensure that the deliverables meet GG’s expectations and the needs of the girls it serves.
Gwen’s Girls’ mission is to empower girls and young women to have productive lives through holistic, gender-specific programs, education, and experiences. Their vision is one of the girls becoming self-sufficient adults, equipped with the capacity to continuously evolve emotionally, physically and spiritually; building strong family units; developing a strong support system; and contributing to community life.
Since 2002, Gwen’s Girls has helped more than 6000 young people avoid the traps of poverty. Our programs are working. In the 2018-2019 fiscal year
- 100% of our girls advanced to the next grade level.
- 100% of our girls did not become pregnant.
- 100% did not become re-involved with the juvenile justice system.
When given the opportunity, any girl can succeed.
Gwen’s Girls has several programs, located across the Pittsburgh community. They include: school and community based programs, afterschool and summer programs, STEM Initiative, career and workforce readiness programs, clinical mental health services and the Academic Support Initiative. For the last five years and as a leader in the Black Girls’ Equity Alliance, Gwen’s Girls has convened an annual equity summit and awards ceremony. Gwen’s Girls CEO Kathi Elliott was recognized in the US Senate in February 2020 by Senator Bob Casey as a strong and effective community leader in service to the Commonwealth’s children.
Gwen’s Girls has achieved much, but have facilities and programs scattered across the community. Consolidation of some programs and staff will allow for greater efficiency and effectiveness. Gwen’s Girls work, service, reputation and aspiration have led its staff and board leadership to recognize the need for a facility that demonstrates respect for those served and can promote future growth in programs and services that lead to positive development of the girls. They seek a facility that sends a clear message first to the girls and then to the larger community of the value and potential of investing in Black girls and their future. This facility will be conveniently located to facilitate all girls and their families’ use and engagement.
Since its inception in 2002, under the legendary leadership of Commander Gwen Elliott, Gwen’s Girls has received strong financial support from the Department of Human Services and other government resources as well as generous gifts from private foundations. With an annual operating budget in excess of $2.5 million, GG has been carefully and responsibly managed.
A strong and committed board is in place. A capital campaign committee of respected community leaders active with Gwen’s Girls over the years will be appointed by the Board and led by a powerful Chair or Co-Chairs. There is both need and opportunity for increased giving by individuals and corporations. A capital campaign plan is expected to include support from all these revenue sources. Consideration of alignment with the operating budget donors during and after the campaign is expected as part of the plan. The capital campaign goal will be inclusive of not only bricks and mortar, fixtures, furniture and equipment but will also include sufficient funds for the first year of operation and plans for donor stewardship going forward.
The anticipated goal is currently estimated at $4 million to be raised from foundations, corporations and individuals with support from the City of Pittsburgh, the URA and other governmental sources. After a feasibility study is conducted to set the realistic goals and strategy for the campaign, a campaign of 24 months will commence. The campaign will seek lead gifts, proportional gifts from foundations and corporations, major donors.
Campaign Consultant Engagement
The estimated goal of this campaign is $4 million. We anticipate a three-phase project:
- Phase 1 – Assessment of the philanthropic community’s interest · Conduct confidential interviews with GG’s leadership, directors and others · Identify and evaluate resources available to support a capital campaign · Identify challenges to a successful capital campaign · Identify potential prospects · Complete an audit to assess internal capabilities to support a campaign · Present findings to GG’s leadership and directors
- Phase 2 – Audit of the philanthropic community’s interest · Develop GG’s case statement and story · Conduct confidential interviews with potential prospects · Determine realistic campaign goals · Present recommendations to GG’s leadership and directors
- Phase 3 – Develop a campaign plan · Develop campaign plan, including specific goals for dollars raised, milestones, solicitation strategies · Develop a campaign calendar · Develop a campaign budget · Assist in the development of campaign materials · Present recommendations to GG’s leadership and directors
Evaluation Process and Criteria
The RFP will be published and notice of its release sent to a select number of firms with relevant experience. The RFP and any addenda will also be available on GG’s website. GG will select the firm based on its professed ability to meet the overall expectations of GG. The Board of Directors will be the judge of which submission offers the greatest benefit to GG. The following criteria will be used in the selection process:
- Responsiveness and completeness of the response provided to the RFP.
- Experience and qualifications of consultant and management team, including demonstrated knowledge of planning, management, evaluation skills, and experience.
- Technical quality and methodology of consultant’s approach to organizing and managing the project; ability to document information and recommendations clearly in written format.
- Understanding the project objectives and scope. Ability of the consultant and management team to communicate and build consensus with board members, staff and other key stakeholders.
- Ability of the consultant and management team to communicate with various governmental units, corporations and private foundations.
- Past and current projects.
- References and examples of completed consulting projects. Satisfaction of former clients with competency of completed work.
- Overall project management and ability to accomplish a project of this nature within the proposed time schedule.
Gwen’s Girls would like to move quickly in the selection of campaign counsel and implementation of Phase 1. The selected firm should be prepared to begin work immediately after a contract is signed with the goal of completing work on the following preliminary schedule:
- RFP released December 1, 2020
- Applications due by January 10,2021
- Consultant Selection by February 1, 2021
- Completion of Phase 1 – March 15, 2021
- Completion of Phase 2 – May 1, 2021
- Completion of Phase 3 – June 30, 2021
Proposals will be evaluated by GG staff, board and organizational development consultant. Unsuccessful respondents will be notified as soon as possible. GG is under no obligation to make a selection under this RFP, and it reserves the right to make any selection it chooses. GG reserves the right to reject any and all submissions at its sole discretion, accept a proposal based on considerations other than cost, and waive or modify any provision of this RFP. Digital submissions are due by no later than 5:00 pm EST, January 10, 2021 to: Kathi Elliott, CEO Gwen’s Girls at firstname.lastname@example.org. Late submissions will not be accepted. All proposals will be held in strictest confidence. An acknowledgement will be sent for each proposal received.
The following should be included in the submission in the stated order:
- Cover letter with firm’s name, address, email, phone and fax number.
- Contact person’s name, address, email, phone and fax number.
- Statement of philosophy.
- A concise statement that demonstrates the organization’s understanding of the project and scope of services sought by GG.
- Description of the organization’s approach to the project.
- Description of the implementation of the project, include listing of specific tasks.
- Proposed completion date and timeline of the project.
- Description of any additional consultants that will perform work as part of your proposal. Provide names, addresses, and relevant experience for additional consultants.
- Number of years in business.
- Type of organization.
- Type of ownership, identify owners, partners, etc.
- Geographical areas of operation.
- Professional affiliations.
- List of principals and stakeholders.
- Description of the size and composition of your organization.
- An organizational chart.
- Resumes of the proposed project manager and other key personnel proposed to be assigned to this project (the “team”)
Experience and References
- Discuss your organization’s experience and in particular, the team’s experience with capital campaigns.
- Identify three completed similar projects, that the identified key personnel have completed within the last five (5) years which best represent the skills of the organization and the team.
- For these projects provide:
- Name and address of client.
- Name, telephone number, and email address of the client contact person.
- Summary of the project, include year completed.
- For these projects provide:
Provide other pertinent information that makes you qualified for the proposed project.
Provide information on your proposed fee structure which separately lists each service and related fee based on the scope of the project discussed above, separately stating, if necessary, any charges for anticipated reimbursable costs. This structure should be expressed as a “fee not to exceed” figure which itemizes all services included in the proposed fee, as well as an itemized list of what would be considered “additional services” if requested by GG.
Gwen’s Girls, Inc. is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer providing equal employment opportunities without regard to race, color, sex, age, religion, or national origin. This policy includes the handicapped and all Vietnam-era veterans. Gwen’s Girls, Inc. utilizes only job-related criteria in making decisions concerning applicants and employees.
(12 to 18 month assignment)
The Telephonic Client Services Coordinator provides accurate and timely food resource information over the phone to community members. Successful candidates provide outstanding customer service to all individuals regardless of background or age. The ideal candidate has impeccable listening skills used to assess callers’ needs and determine the most appropriate course of action. The coordinator will work collaboratively with internal Food Bank team members to refer callers to additional programs and provide resource navigation to external organizations as needed. Patience, empathy, and a passion for helping others is vital.
- Provide incoming callers with the most current and accurate information for all food assistance programs and other relevant resources
- Refer clients to available resources by following specified written telephonic protocols
- Complete over the phone pre-screenings for various programs and provide application assistance as needed
- Listen, assess and troubleshoot issues related to accessing food assistance programs as needed.
- Complete all follow-up procedures required to maintain client records and data collection
- Adhere to all outlined protocols regarding security and confidentiality to protect personal client information.
- Provide excellent customer service to all incoming referrals.
- Communicate clearly and listen effectively in order to determine best referral program to meet current need.
- Support all call center team members to guarantee success
- Complete filing, mailing and clerical tasks as needed
- Attend staff meetings and other meetings as required
- Other duties as assigned by supervisor
- High School Diploma required; Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree preferred
- Must have Call Center experience
- Must have one or more years customer service within a nonprofit
- Must be highly comfortable working with MS Office: i.e. Word, Excel and Outlook
- Must be able to be patient and “keep their cool” with difficult and/or emotional callers
- Able to meet crises calmly, solve problems, maintain attention to detail and accuracy
- Strong interpersonal, time management and organizational skills
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Bilingual in Spanish a plus
- Able to work on a team and interact effectively with individuals of diverse backgrounds, experiences, and personalities
- Able to work with a minimum of supervision and show appropriate levels of initiative
Certificates: Hiring is contingent on candidate passing the following clearances that are paid for by the Food Bank: FBI Clearance, Act 33 & Act 34 Clearances
The preceding job description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees within this classification. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all responsibilities, duties, and qualifications required of employees assigned to this job.
How to Apply: Go to https://recruiting.paylocity.com/recruiting/jobs/All/65e34b7d-06f6-4b43-89d5-221e6eedb5fe/Greater-Pittsburgh-Community-Food-Bank click apply, create a login, fill out our online application and attach resume and cover letter.
Age-Friendly Greater Pittsburgh is dedicated to making our region more inclusive and respectful of all ages. Our mission is to bring generations together to reimagine how our neighborhoods are built and to advance equity through advocacy, education and innovation. A region that’s more accessible and welcoming is better for older people—and better for everyone.
We are looking for a Strategic Options Consultant (eight months; January-August 2021) to guide us as we establish an organizational structure to position the project for growth and sustainability. We need this structure in place by June 30, 2021.
Age-Friendly Greater Pittsburgh is an initiative of Southwestern Pennsylvania Partnership for Aging (SWPPA), a volunteer-led organization with 300+ members (business leaders, nonprofit professionals, scholars) representing more than one million older adults across 10 counties. Age-Friendly Greater Pittsburgh is funded primarily by the Henry L. Hillman Foundation, and currently has two full-time staffers.
The age-friendly framework—which is very broad, calling for accessible, user-friendly transportation, housing and more—was started by the World Health Organization and is led by AARP in the U.S., where there are 485 participating communities to date.
Phase I: Exploration
- Strategize with the SWPPA team about potential “homes” for Age-Friendly Greater Pittsburgh
- With deep understanding of the region, lead conversations about the pros and cons of embedding the project within a government, university, nonprofit organization or other entity, or establishing our own 501(c)(3)
- Advise regarding the implications of organizational structure on funding sustainability and partnership across sectors in the Pittsburgh region, pointing to examples of successful collaborations
- Counsel SWPPA team as we narrow and rank a list of potential options
- Organize and lead discussions between SWPPA team and potential organizational partners (i.e., prospective “homes” primarily)
- Leverage professional network to secure meetings with potential organizational partners
- Prepare all meeting materials, including a script with questions to ask potential partners
- Act as an advocate for Age-Friendly Greater Pittsburgh during discussions related to roles, expectations, benefits and structure (e.g., governance, reporting, departmental support)
- Arrange virtual meetings and handle all communication before and after
Phase II: Operational Transition
- Establish a course of action for the transition to a new organizational structure
- Lead negotiations as SWPPA develops an agreement(s) with an organizational partner(s), ensuring that it is reflective of conversations throughout the exploration process
- Develop a clear, user-friendly document that outlines Age-Friendly Greater Pittsburgh’s new organizational structure and operations
- Advise on how/when/what to communicate with key stakeholders, including Hillman, the SWPPA Board and other longtime partners
- A report documenting the exploration process, key learnings and decisions about organizational structure
- A presentation of this report to the SWPPA Board and other key stakeholders
- A document outlining the new organizational structure and operations
- Draft communications to stakeholders announcing new organizational structure
- Demonstrated success in nonprofit management consulting
- Excellent written, verbal, research, organizational and interpersonal skills
- Commitment to building relationships with partners from diverse personal and professional backgrounds
- Genuine interest in working on issues facing older adults and bridging gaps between generations
- Deep understanding of the business/government/nonprofit sectors in Allegheny County and Pittsburgh, as well as knowledge of the regional landscape
- Experience organizing and running virtual meetings
To Apply: Email a brief proposal along with a resume, relevant work sample, pricing and note of introduction to email@example.com with the subject line “Strategic Options Consultant.” Applications accepted through Monday, November 16.
Position Context: Mayor William Peduto and OnePGH are piloting an experiment to determine how a guaranteed base income (GBI) could address poverty and create more access and opportunity for residents and their families struggling in the modern economy. Assured Cash Experiment Pittsburgh (AcePGH) is modeled after the Stockton Economic Empowerment Demonstration (SEED), which was the nation’s first municipal-level GBI program. Comparable to SEED, AcePGH will evaluate how an income floor of $500 a month can improve the economic security of and well-being of the City of Pittsburgh residents. AcePGH will launch in the first quarter of 2021.
Position Description: Mayor William Peduto and OnePGH are searching for a highly skilled and motivated individual to serve as the full-time Manager for this groundbreaking initiative that has already garnered significant national attention. For the length of the pilot, the AcePGH Manager will coordinate the overall administration of AcePGH, manage research and storytelling partners, and serve as the point of contact for Pittsburgh recipients.
For more information, please visit: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ozVuMtIeyxAbk4g6XENlKkFkDB1FzTzU/view?usp=sharing
Project Objective: PennFuture and Conservation Voters of PA (CVPA) invite proposals from qualified individuals or firms to facilitate our respective efforts to develop and implement fully integrated institutional best practices to ensure that we become more welcoming, inclusive, and diverse organizations, including:
- Assessment: Assess current organizational policies, practices, and culture to identify manifestations and root causes of bias and inequity.
- Framework & Skill Building: Provide DEIJ training to staff, managers, and board as well as develop DEIJ tools and best practices for the organizations.
- Goal Setting & Implementation: Help staff establish a clear equity vision and associated DEIJ goals as well as accountability structures towards implementing the goals.
- HR Support: Support the development and implementation of best practices to further internal DEIJ values and goals.
- Integration: Establish guidance and recommendation in order to fully integrate DEIJ into each organization’s programs, operations, and culture.
For more details, please check out the RFP at https://www.pennfuture.org/Files/Admin/Joint-PF-CVPA-DEIJ-RFP.pdf
Interested individuals or firms should submit their proposal to both Jay Andrews at firstname.lastname@example.org and Hillary Mohaupt at email@example.com no later than September 18, 2020. Please include the subject line: “DEIJ RFP Application.”
SCOPE OF WORK
The Director of Development is a full time senior management position that reports directly to the Executive Director (ED). The person in this role is responsible for identifying and cultivating various sources of funding, including, but not necessarily limited to, foundations, corporations, individuals, and the public sector to meet the agency’s short and long-term operational, capital, and special program funding needs. As such, this person is also responsible for suggesting annual and longer-term fundraising goals to the Executive Director, Development Committee, and Board of Directors and develops action plans to achieve these goals. The Director of Development oversees the implementation of all fundraising strategies and evaluates each. The Director of Development participates in the administrative meetings and decision-making processes of the senior management. In addition, the Director of Development supervises and oversees the work of the Development Associate.
- Create an annual development/fundraising plan with specific fundraising goals based on the agency’s strategic plan and on prior year’s performance, needs of the organization, and fundraising potential.
- Develop detailed action plans to achieve fundraising goals that include areas of responsibility, budget, and time-line.
- Work with Development Committee and Executive Director to review and approve the development plan and action plans.
- Keep the Executive Director, Development Committee, and Board of Directors apprised of relevant fundraising information.
- Include, as much as possible, new and creative methods of fundraising in each year’s plans.
- Work with development associate in development related planning processes.
Individual Donor Cultivation and Solicitation
- Plan, organize and lead an annual individual donor campaign.
- Identify, recruit and train leadership campaign volunteers.
- Identify new individual donor prospects, research and identify donor interests, and provide customized recognition and donor appreciation activities that extend throughout the year.
- Grow a major gifts program including identification, cultivation and solicitation of major donors
- Assure that all donors are thanked promptly and given information about the value and use of their gift.
- Develop materials and articulate an effective cause for giving.
- Evaluate the annual campaign through discussions with all key actors and distribute formal evaluative reports to these individuals as well as to the Executive Director, Development Committee, and Board.
Foundation and Corporate Solicitation
- Do adequate research to identify prospective funders and foundations whose interests parallel the Agency’s needs.
- Learn as much as possible about prospects from directories, annual reports, and from other organizations that the prospect has previously funded.
- Use volunteer leadership to the maximum extent possible when setting up meetings with prospects, during meetings, and when doing follow-ups.
- Write professional, accurate, and visually pleasing proposals.
- If appropriate, re-contact foundation/corporate prospect with relevant information after submission of a proposal but before the decision date.
- Cultivate foundations and corporations with progress and final reports regarding use of funds, donor updates, annual reports, and other relevant information.
- Evaluate the foundation and corporate fundraising program with the Executive Director, Development Committee, and Board.
- Plan for the use of special events as a fundraising strategy, including financial and visibility goals.
- Supervise the development associate in leading the events planned.
- Identify, recruit and train volunteers to manage the events.
- Assure quality planning, organization, and implementation of special events.
- Evaluate special events through discussions with all key actors and distribute formal evaluative reports to the Executive Director, Development Committee, and Board.
- Identify opportunities to acquire new governmental funding.
- Cultivate all contacts, both within and outside of governmental circles, to acquire governmental funding.
- Cultivate governmental funders with progress and final reports regarding the use of funds, donor updates, annual reports, and other relevant information.
- Evaluate the governmental fundraising program with the Executive Director, Development Committee, and Board.
- Strengthen and manages all aspects of internal and external Agency communications.
- Generate and publishes annual reports and other external communications.
- Generate presentations and reports.
- Ensure relevant website and social media content are current/up-to-date
- Delegate, as much as possible, to volunteers to make the Development Program as “volunteer driven” as possible to maximize the fundraising potential of the agency.
- Assure that volunteers are adequately recognized and thanked.
- Assure the quality planning, organization, and implementation of the planned giving program.
- Develop materials and compelling messages to invite planned giving options for individuals committed to the agency.
- Identify, recruit and secure planned gifts.
- Identify and trains volunteers to solicit planned gifts.
- Evaluate the planned giving program through discussions with all key actors and distribute formal evaluative reports to the Executive Director, Development Committee, and Board.
Board of Directors
- Attend board meetings and provide input about the issues and tasks being considered.
- As required by the Executive Director, make regular programmatic reports.
- As required by the Board of Directors, make special programmatic reports.
Supervision and Leadership
- Provide ongoing feedback and regular supervision to development associate
- Conduct timely and accurate performance reviews
- Maintain accountability of development associate activities
- Assure that development associate has adequate skills, information and resources to complete their work
- Track and document work performed, providing reports to ED of program activities
- Supervise development associate to ensure compliance with agency policies in terms of keeping accurate and up-to-date development fiscal records.
- Keep the fundraising software system organized and assures that multiple employees are knowledgeable regarding the use of software.
- Develop and present to the Executive Director for approval annual and/or project budgets for the development department and/or its fund-raising and public relations projects.
- A four (4) year degree from an accredited institution of higher learner, and at least seven (7) years of progressive experience in nonprofit fund development.
- Three (3) years in a supervisory role with a medium to large nonprofit organization.
- Appropriate FBI, PA Act 33/34 fingerprint clearances.
- Proficient with Microsoft Office.
- Must have access to reliable transportation, a valid Pennsylvania Driver’s License, and a driving record that will be support the Persad’s liability insurance provider.
- Graduate degree in Business Administration, Marketing, Public Administration, Finance, or Nonprofit Management from an accredited institution of higher learning, and at least 10 years of progressive experience in nonprofit fund development.
Additional position requirements
- Physical and TB test
- Complete online Child Abuse Mandated Reporter Training
- Financial background clearance
- Will be determined by experience and qualifications.
- Other benefits include (health, dental, vision, life insurance, short and long-term disability insurance)
- Persad Center, Inc. is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate, exclude or otherwise deny employment opportunities to any qualified candidate on the basis of age, ancestry, color, disability/handicap, gender, gender identity/expression, national origin, place of birth, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, and/or any other characteristic(s) protected under local, state, or federal laws in any of its hiring/employment practices and activities. All employment decisions shall be made without regard of any of these characteristics.
HOW TO APPLY
Submit cover letter, resume, and contact information for three (3) professional references to:
5301 Butler Street, Suite 100
Pittsburgh, PA 15201
ATTN: Carlos Torres
As soon as possible