Market to HOPE Program Coordinator
Market to HOPE is a client choice food pantry where individuals and families who are seeking food assistance will be able to shop and select food items most appropriate for their ethnic and cultural preferences and dietary restrictions, thereby honoring each person’s dignity.
The Program Coordinator will be responsible for coordinating and providing comprehensive case management services to the clients. Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Counseling, or related field. Computer literate – Well versed with MS Windows, MS Word, MS Excel, desktop publishing, and database management. Bilingual English/Spanish is required.
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- Medical & Dental Insurance
- Paid Time Off for Vacation & Sick Days
- Paid Holidays
- 401K Plan w/ Match
- Life Insurance / AD&D / LTD
Submit cover letter & resumé to the attention of:
M2H Program Coordinator Seach
Catholic Charities of SETX
2780 Eastex Freeway
Beaumont, TX 77706
Deadline for Submission: Open Until Filled
The Board of Directors for the Rotary Club of Beaumont is seeking an Executive Director to lead a well-established, energetic, and dynamic organization. Compensation will be commensurate with the qualifications of the candidate but is expected to be in the $40-50K range.
About the Rotary Club of Beaumont:
The Rotary Club of Beaumont, chartered in 1913, is an active member of Rotary International. The organization currently includes approximately 225 diverse servant leaders representing all aspects of our community. The Beaumont Rotary Foundation provides financial support to the Rotary Club of Beaumont for community and international projects. Club projects such as youth scholarships, reading initiatives, and raising funds for polio eradication help support the Seven Areas of Focus of Rotary International.
The Rotary Club of Beaumont Executive Director (ED) relies on experience and judgement to plan and accomplish the goals of the Strategic Plan as established by the Board of Directors. The ED coordinates the day-to-day activities of the organization including system management and recordkeeping. H/she empowers volunteers to perform within their authority and responsibilities in club and committee duties. The ED oversees management of fiscal policies including invoicing members for semi-annual dues, creating invoices, making deposits, issuing checks in coordination with the accountant and managing the collection of dues, donations, and sales electronically. Working with the Club President, the ED will plan weekly club meetings, monthly board meetings, and serve as a liaison with all Committee Chairs with respect to projects and/or annual events. The ED serves as ex-officio member of the Beaumont Rotary Foundation, Inc. as the associated charitable organization of the Club. The ED is integral in providing the continuity of the organization’s direction as the entire club’s leadership changes from year-to-year.
Additional duties include, but are not limited to:
• timely reporting to Rotary International, Rotary District 5910 and the Rotary Foundation
• oversee preparation and presentation of financial reports on a monthly basis, recommend budget adjustments as needed
• oversee effective fundraising and development efforts and cultivate donor relations
• ensure compliance with Club Constitution and By-Laws.
The ideal candidate will have experience managing a large, volunteer-driven organization, must act professionally, be flexible/adaptable, self-motivated to take initiative, have proven creative problem-solving skills, successful project and event management capabilities, ability to work successfully with volunteers, must exhibit confidence, be able to exercise mature and independent judgement, be diligent on behalf of the Club and the Beaumont Rotary Foundation and those it serves with regard to management oversight, and have a strong sense of commitment to “Service Above Self.” The ideal candidate will have excellent verbal and written communication skills, be proficient with technology including website maintenance, social media platforms, and be computer literate in various software programs. Any combination of education, training, and experience which provides the required knowledge, skills, andabilities to perform the duties and responsibilities of the job will be considered. A minimum of a Bachelor’s
degree is desired.
To Apply: All interested candidates should submit an application, cover letter, and resume to email@example.com by Wednesday, June 1, 2022 to be considered. Application is available here. The Search Committee will begin reviewing applications on June 1. The position is open until filled.
Regional Planned Giving Director
Do you have 3-5 years’ experience related to outside territory sales, public relations, fundraising, philanthropy, alumni affairs, insurance, ministry or financial services? Are you looking for a fulfilling new career path? Would you like to work for one of the largest Christian organizations in the world? This opportunity might be just what you are looking for!
The Salvation Army has an outstanding opportunity for a Regional Planned Giving Associate Director who lives in the eastern region of Texas, including Houston, College Station and Galveston, Texas to expand their skills and grow with one of the oldest and most successful development programs in the United States.
The Salvation Army operates in communities across the United States. We are committed to meeting human needs wherever we can by providing food distribution, disaster relief, rehabilitation centers, anti-human trafficking efforts, housing for homeless, basic needs assistance, children’s programs and many other programs.
This Regional Planned Giving Director position:
- Solicits, cultivates and secures documentation of planned gifts, such as wills, trusts and annuities to fund the Mission of The Salvation Army.
- Cultivates and maintains strong relationships with donors and their professional advisors
- Responds to inquiries and communicates with donors, prospects, advisory organization members, Salvation Army staff and Officers.
- Conducts personal interviews to identify prospects, consults with individuals about specific planned giving vehicles and assists them in their estate planning to determine the most appropriate planned gift for their personal circumstances.
- Educates advisory boards and presents planned giving strategies
- Attends and participates in conferences and training sessions, maintains up-to-date knowledge and awareness of planned giving practices and legislation in relation to planned giving and taxation.
The successful Planned Giving Regional Director candidate will have:
- Five years’ experience achieving results and supervising projects in the fundraising field for a charitable organization or similar work experience involving planned giving, major gifts, development, capital campaigns or related fields (financial advisor, outside territorial sales, etc.) AND a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in a related field of study OR any equivalent combination of training and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities.
- Demonstrated ability and experience building strong relationships with clients
- Demonstrated self-starter and ability to work with minimal supervision from a personal home office
- Experience actively developing, cultivating and managing a pipeline of donors (or prospects)
- Two to three year’s planned giving experience preferred, but not required
- Candidate should reside in the College Station, Houston or Galveston, TX region
- Ability to acquire a working knowledge of a large body of new, technical information
- Excellent oral and written communication skills, including public presentations
- Travel is required (weekly day travel, while 7-10 overnight travel days annually)
Bon-a-fide Occupational Qualification (BFOQ)
This position requires an active Christian faith in harmony with Salvation Army mission and principles.
Valid State Driver’s License
The Salvation Army recognizes that peace of mind is important to our employees and their families. Because of this, we offer a competitive salary, company automobile, home office set-up (computer and cell phone), health, dental and life insurance coverage, retirement plans, professional development, reimbursed travel expenses, and paid time off!
Physical Requirements and Working Conditions
Ability to meet attendance requirements. Ability to read, write, and communicate the English language. Ability to communicate clearly and effectively both orally and in writing amongst a diverse group of people. Proven ability to make effective public presentations leading to measurable results while representing The Salvation Army in a professional manner. Ability to travel throughout the assigned territory as required on a frequent basis to perform responsibilities of the position.
Ability to work effectively from a home office with dedicated space set aside within the home for that purpose. Ability to meet with donor prospects in their office or home where there may be physical discomforts and environment may not be handicap accessible. Work requires extensive travel throughout the assigned territory where there may be physical discomforts/dangers associated with driving a vehicle, changes in the weather and on-site visitation with potential donors and overnight hotel stays on a weekly basis. Must have access to high-speed internet provider in home office and while traveling.
Oversight for the Regional Planned Giving Director position is provided by the Texas Divisional Headquarters, located in Dallas, Texas.
All employees recognize that The Salvation Army is a church and agree that they will do nothing as an employee of The Salvation Army to undermine its religious mission.
Application Submittal Period: May 17, 2022 – June 17, 2022
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.
Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled
When an application is selected for review, typically, only applicants who indicate the relevant education and experience requirements, as indicated in the job description for the position, may be considered for job openings. Please FULLY complete the application, answer questions completely, honestly and to the best of your ability. Please also upload a copy of your resume (when available). Those applicants requiring accommodation to the application and/or interview process should contact a representative of the Human Resources Department at the applicable location.
We appreciate your interest in employment opportunities with The Salvation Army!
The Executive Director, with support from the Board and its officers, is responsible for carrying out the following specific tasks:
Board of Directors’ Liaison:
- Work with the Board of Directors in order to fulfill the organization’s mission.
- Communicate with Board on issues relating to the growth and development of the organization, including matters relating to sustainability.
- Provide leadership and day-to-day oversight of MHA’s operations to ensure that service delivery, program coordination and administrative tasks are completed within guidelines that are consistent with achieving and/or furthering the organization’s mission.
- Facilitate and promote organizational compliance with policies and procedures that are established by the Board as well as those that align with standards set by grants and other funding sources.
Resource Development / Management:
- Work collaboratively with the Board to identify and respond to funding opportunities, e.g., grants, corporate partnerships, fundraising, membership development
- Support the Board in fund-raising events or activities.
- Oversee all accounting functions including those necessary for auditing, budgeting, financial analysis and grant management.
- Manage day-to-day fiscal operations.
- In collaboration with the Finance Committee, develop the annual budget for presentation.
- Plan and facilitate quarterly meetings of the Behavioral and Mental Health Consortiums of Southeast Texas.
- Plan and facilitate community awareness events, particularly during May (Mental Health Awareness Month) and September (Suicide Prevention Month).
- Maintain an active website and social media platforms.
- Update and distribute resource guides.
- Facilitate new and appropriate programming under the direction of the Board.
Community and Public Relations:
- Develop a working relationship with other agencies and organizations providing mental health services in Southeast Texas.
- Publicize the work and impact of MHA’s service-delivery efforts along with outcomes to a range of audiences including individuals and groups.
- Review and approve public relations material printed by the agency (including press releases, newsletters, and proclamations).
- Build and maintain cooperative agreements with community groups and organizations.
- Represent MHA of Southeast Texas at events conferences, meetings, and other settings that promotes the organization’s mission.
- While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly seated at a computer; must be able to lift and/or move up to 15 pounds; and must be able to travel independently for development opportunities, programs and other related events and activities.
This Job Description does not necessarily constitute a complete statement of all duties and responsibilities comprising this position nor does it constitute a contract for employment. Duties and responsibilities may change at any time based on the needs of the organization.
Salary range: $50,000 – $60,000 / year, depending on qualifications.
- Bachelor’s degree in non-profit management, public administration; psychology, social work or related area. Master’s degree and previous experience working in the mental health field highly desirable.
- A minimum of three-years’ experience in administrative management, revenue development, and volunteer management in a non-profit or public service agency, and/or in an organization/division involved in human social services.
- Criminal background check clearance required.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILSS, ABILITIES:
- Demonstrated skills in resource development and maintenance, volunteer management, program planning and implementation, budget development and implementation, public relations, and a vision to identify potential opportunities beneficial to the organization.
- Excellent written and oral communication skills, including the ability to conduct presentations and trainings. Candidate must be detail oriented, highly organized, articulate, concise, and results oriented.
- Demonstrated knowledge and skill in using Microsoft Office, QuickBooks and commonly used email systems and internet browsers.
- Knowledge and understanding of mental illness and mental health promotion highly desirable.
Interested applicants should send resumé with a cover letter and any supporting documents
Via Email to:
Vernice M. Monroe, Board President
Via Mail to:
Vernice M. Monroe, Board President
Mental Health America of Southeast Texas
700 North Street, Suite 95
Beaumont, TX 77701