The Nature Conservancy - Donor Relations Manager I
Donor Relations Manager |
The Donor Relations Manager I (DRM I) assists in the implementation of tactics for the ongoing cultivation of donors and trustees. They conduct initial exploratory meetings with donors and prospects to determine capacity for giving; the DRM I provides ongoing opportunities and materials for contact with and stewardship of past and current donors. The DRM I will be trustee liaison, and will manage the State Director’s calendar.
Summary of duties and responsibilities:
The Groundskeeper performs a variety of cleaning maintenance to encompass the exterior of the entire facility and grounds. The Groundskeeper’s primary responsibility is to ensure that the cleanliness of the property is maintained at the highest level of standards. Qualified individuals will possess the skill and experience to operate various related tools & power equipment (i.e. Gas Blowers, Gas Edgers, Powerwashers, Sweepers, Golf Carts, etc.) This position requires sufficient experience, education and/or job knowledge to meet current business needs and excellent organizational skills to function effectively under time constraints with particular attention to detail.
Summary of duties and responsibilities:
The Programming Business Manager reports to the Vice President & COO and responsibilities include working with the Programming Manager and other TSC departments related to Programming business matters. The business details are related to Artist/Show offers, Rider and show expenses, ticket audits, payments, settlements and departmental budgeting. The Programming Business Manager works with Artist/Show Promoters and Tour Managers on settlement matters prior to the show, day/night of show, and all required follow through with the various Smith Center departments. The Programming Business Manager will be onsite prior to and during performances as necessary for handling business related matters and any necessary management oversight. This position also assists the Artist Services Coordinator with onsite pre-show and post-show meet & greets as required.
Public Career Opportunities - Grassroots Manager, Nevada & Utah
Position Description: ***This is a remote position which will be permanently “work from home” and can be home based preferably in Nevada. This position will cover both NV and UT.
The American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN) is the nation’s leading cancer advocacy organization. Together with our charitable partner, the American Cancer Society, we work in Congress, state legislatures and local jurisdictions to support evidence-based policy and legislative solutions designed to eliminate cancer as a major health problem. Based in Washington, DC with offices throughout the country, ACS CAN works to encourage elected officials and candidates to make cancer a top national priority.
Plan and execute a comprehensive grassroots advocacy program across assigned geography. This includes: developing, recruiting, maintaining, and implementing a volunteer leadership program, developing and implementing grassroots campaign plans for local, state, and federal legislative priorities, and facilitating the achievement of ACS CAN fundraising goals through primarily supporting volunteers in their fundraising. Support larger geography through assigned responsibilities for aspects of grassroots organizing. Embrace diversity, equity, and inclusion in every aspect of the role particularly through recruitment and engagement. Model the organization’s values and cultural beliefs. Comply with all relevant lobbying protocols for each state and execute all assigned administrative duties.
Grassroots Recruitment and Organizing:
Develop and implement comprehensive local and state grassroots advocacy campaigns, demonstrating volunteer constituent support for cancer-related policy initiatives. Use fundamental principles of Direct Action Organizing.
Support federal campaigns and congressional champion building for the organization’s issues, working collaboratively to execute strategy. Organize volunteers to complete federal activities in collaboration with national team.
Write and disseminate e-mails to volunteers, legislative alerts, issue talking points, and training curriculum for a diverse audience of volunteers. Communicate using messages that are tailored to the specific political environments and attuned to the rapid pace of legislative activities.
Plan and manage lobby days or similar events, including virtual, to drive engagement and policy wins. Maintain ACS CAN web pages, Facebook page, and/or other social media accounts according to organizational guidelines and standards, coordinating where applicable.
Identify and develop volunteers with personal stories related to ACS CAN’s policy campaigns.
Serve as the staff manager of the volunteer structure in the assigned geography coordinating appropriately with leadership volunteers. Accountable to filling any vacancies in the structure and ensuring sufficient capacity throughout the geography.
Coordinate campaign activities with grassroots coalition partners, as well as with regional and national ACS CAN grassroots teams.
Accurately and effectively represent ACS CAN and its mission in a manner commensurate with the organization’s brand.
Establish and maintain collaborations and partnerships with other organizations, as appropriate.
Execute other duties as assigned.
Integration and Capacity Building:
Recruit, train, and develop volunteers, through a variety of internal and external channels, implementing recognition programs for volunteers.
Strengthen grassroots capacity through the ACS CAN’s volunteer structure, maintaining excellent relationships with grasstops and grassroots volunteers.
Facilitate local, state, and federal grassroots lobbying by volunteers, including the building and maintaining of relationships with elected officials and their staff.
Maintain direct local relationships, as appropriate, with elected officials and their staff persons.
Plan and implement year-round grassroots activities which build ACS CAN support.
Conduct trainings as needed for volunteers and ACS staff, equipping others for interactions with elected officials and their staff.
Consistently input and maintain ACS CAN volunteer information in the organization’s databases, such as Luminate and Salesforce.
Drive volunteer fundraising in the state. Encourage volunteer-led fundraising that comports with the organization’s guidelines with the goal of raising money, engaging and growing volunteer base through existing volunteer networks including volunteer-led events, and volunteer participation in Lights of Hope or other national programs.
Participate in ACS CAN fundraising activities as directed, towards achievement of organizational and personal fundraising goals.
Help facilitate policy forums or other fundraising events, as applicable.
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion:
Approach the building of a grassroots organization in the spirit of diversity, equity, and inclusion, where every individual is valued and respected.
Build and execute a state diversity and inclusion plan that enhances the reach and overall grassroots strength of the organization.
Find and utilize diverse patient and other stakeholder stories that help drive policies to address disparities and other health equity concerns.
Ensure that in leading Cancer Votes activities in the state, working closely with staff partners and national staff, the program adheres to all IRS and ACS CAN legal and reporting requirements.
Follow ACS CAN policies and guidelines.
Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of three years of relevant work experience
Political issue or campaign organizing experience preferred.
Experience recruiting and engaging volunteers preferred.
Fundraising experience a plus.
Experience using Salesforce, Blackbaud Luminate, or similar tools a plus.
Experience or familiarity with fundamentals of Direct Action Organizing a plus.
Demonstrates the following Grassroots Advocacy competencies: Strategic mindset, Action oriented, Plans and aligns, Collaborates, Builds networks, Drives engagement, Manages ambiguity, Situational adaptability.
• Strong written, oral, interpersonal, computer, and social media skills required.
• Highly organized orientation and time management skills required.
• Proven ability to handle multiple projects and to work independently with minimum direction and work as a member or leader of a team.
• Demonstrated ability to work on fast-paced, time-sensitive matters with internal and external constituents.
• Ability to establish, hold meetings and maintain effective working relationships with state and federal legislative officials.
• Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with diverse individuals and communities.
• Ability to complete work in multiple venues and state political environments in a timely and efficient manner and ensure work is accurate.
• Ability to utilize available technology to perform position responsibilities.
ACS CAN provides staff a generous paid time off policy; medical, dental, retirement benefits, wellness programs, and professional development programs to enhance staff skills. Further details on our benefits can be found on our careers site at: jobs.cancer.org/benefits. We are a proud equal opportunity employer.
Public Career Opportunities - School Support Specialist
LIFT Together with Boys Town is a community-based partnership that addresses the complex underlying familial issues that prevent children from succeeding and provides preventative services in order to generate community-wide impact. The partnership works closely with teachers and administrators in the Las Vegas-area schools to identify those children in need of helpas soon as possible.
Job Summary: In a career as a School Support Specialist, you will provide administrative intervention for students utilizing a behavioral approach to promote learning, while providing assistance to students and families in accessing education and community services.
*Interested candidates will need to apply online by visiting our website: jobs.boystown.org
Receives students from classrooms or office whenever necessary to address behavioral or attendance problems and de-escalates inappropriate behavior utilizing prescribed administrative intervention procedures.
Works with students, families, and schools to encourage resolution of problems.
Confers with school administrators, faculty, counselors, and other student support workers regarding student needs and behaviors.
Communicates with other professionals regarding individual student needs and progress; provides information to BT staff, parents or guardians, and school staff regarding student behavior and consequences.
Conducts informational meetings and classroom observations.
Establishes and maintains informational records and files; collects data for tracking purposes and analyzes and reports on data as needed.
Interacts with students and families to provide information and assistance about attendance and academic expectations and requirements, available resources, educational opportunities, and behavioral expectations.
Supports students and families by providing guidance on how to identify, access, and fully utilize district, school, and community resources.
Makes referrals to outside agencies and BT programs.
Maintains assigned cases, making home visits as necessary.
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent is preferred.
Previous experience including experience with learning disabled or behaviorally impaired learners. Previous experience in a classroom or school is preferred.
Ability to successfully teach and present behavior skills and material to students.
Computer skills in Microsoft Office.
Ability to communicate in an articulate, professional manner while maintaining necessary degree of confidentiality.
Ability to build relationships with school personnel, youth, and families.
About Boys Town Nevada:
Boys Town Nevada opened its doors in 1991, bringing an innovative approach to child and family care and directly serving more than 2,000 children in the Las Vegas area each year.
The opportunity to shape the future of America’s youth is only one of the many perks here at Boys Town Nevada. Our team is dedicated to creating a work culture that can be celebrated through events such as team outings to Las Vegas Aviators baseball games, frequent staff potlucks and an annual awards ceremony for all staff. Outside of this, Boys Town Nevada was recently honored as Partner of the Year by the Clark County School District. Everyone may dream of winning big in Vegas, but on the northern edge of the city, there’s another world-famous place where winning has a different meaning. At Boys Town Nevada, kids and family’s triumph over their troubles and find new hope for the future.
About Boys Town:
Boys Town has been changing the way America cares for children and families since 1917. With over a century of service, our employees have helped us grow from a small boardinghouse in downtown Omaha, Nebraska, into one of the largest national child and family care organizations in the country. With the addition of Boys Town National Research Hospital in 1977, our services branched out into the health care and research fields, offering even more career opportunities to those looking to make a real difference.
Our employees are our #1 supporters when it comes to achieving Boys Town’s mission, which is why we are proud of their commitment to making the world a better place for children, families, patients, and communities. Unique perks to Boys Town employees and their families include medical, dental and vision insurance, tuition assistance, parenting resources from our experts and professional development opportunities within the organization, just to name a few. Working at Boys Town is more than just a job, it is a way of life.
NV Energy’s Business Energy Services July training “The Energy Efficiency Journey”
Tuesday, July 27, 2021 | 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM
Are you looking for ways to make your commercial building more energy efficient? Join
PowerShift by NV Energy as we explore energy efficiency strategies for commercial and
industrial customers. This free technical training is designed for business customers looking
to improve energy efficiency or who are working to achieve a net-zero energy building.
Learn about typical energy use and intensity of commercial buildings
Understand energy conservation measures and cost-effective steps to pursue energy efficiency
Review recommendations for net-zero energy in retrofit and new construction projects
Explore energy-saving project ideas and success stories
Learn about PowerShift incentives
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Smith Center for the Performing Arts - Job Postings
The Smith Center for the Performing Arts has recently posted an opening for following positions, within our Organization:
Associate Director of Hospitality
Artist Services Coordinator
Public Area Attendant
Applicants may apply for this position at our Website. Additionally, applications may be submitted through the Indeed website as of tomorrow.
To view our current jobs openings, or to apply please visit www.thesmithcenter.com
City Of Las Vegas Hiring For Safekey Program Positions
The two-day recruitment event will be held at the city of Las Vegas Human Resources office, 833 Las Vegas Blvd. North, Wednesday and Thursday, July 7-8, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. each day. Applicants should be prepared for interviewing and hiring on the spot during the event. Any offer of employment will be conditional and subject to successful completion of a background investigation, including drug screening and fingerprint-based criminal background check, as well as clearance by the Child Abuse and Neglect Registry (NRS 432B.290).