Big Brothers Big Sisters of America is recruiting for a Manager, Program Design to support our Foundation Grants department. This position is working for the National Office located in Tampa, FL. Strong preference for candidates with project management and teaching experience. Candidates with case management, program development, training, technical assistance, and grant management experience are strongly urged to apply. This role requires a high level of professionalism, communication skill, enthusiasm, and adaptability.
The Grant Manager will focus on researching and identifying corporate, foundation, and government grant opportunities; cultivating and stewarding relationships with granting organizations; working with staff to prepare compelling grant applications for the organization’s strategic priorities; monitoring and reporting outcomes regularly to funders.
The Program Manager develops, maintains and supervises casework practice; assists in the planning, organizing and conducting of group work; and participates in all phases of related community work. The Program Manager is directly responsible to the Executive Director. Bilingual/bi-literate Spanish required.
The Individual Giving Manager is a key member of the team that is raising philanthropic funds for the organization and reports to the Chief Development Officer. The position is responsible for planning, implementing and managing a comprehensive annual and monthly giving program that focuses on retaining and increasing the number of individual donors.
The Healthy Home Connections Specialist will provide match support to ensure child safety, positive impacts for youth, constructive and satisfying relationships between children and volunteers, and a strong sense of affiliation with BBBS on the part of volunteers; and will also serve as a liaison between community partners to ensure BBBS families have opportunities to access resources and skills to meet their needs.
The Kids to Careers Specialist will design curriculum, develop content, recruit speakers and implement a program to provide youth with exposure to the variety of careers available within local businesses; help youth develop a voice about social issues/needs within the community encouraging them to take a lead in addressing those issues; and to ignite an entrepreneurial spirit within youth. The Kids to Careers Specialist will train adult volunteers to work with the youth; monitor the relationships between youth and volunteers; and will also serve as a liaison with other agency and community partners to ensure BBBS families have opportunities to access resources and skills to meet their needs.
This position is responsible for providing match support to ensure child safety, positive impacts for youth, constructive and satisfying relationships between children and volunteers, and a strong sense of affiliation with BBBS on the part of volunteers. The successful incumbent will produce positive outcomes in the following areas: match closure rate, frequency of match closures, average match length, volunteer rematch rate, and customer satisfaction.
The CEO must be a mission-focused, seasoned, strategic, and visionary leader with experience scaling an organization, leading an executive management team, and developing a performance culture among a group of diverse, talented individuals. The successful CEO will serve as the “face of the agency” throughout the state and will have the oral and written communications skills necessary to articulate the vision at a very high level to the Board, staff, corporate and civic leaders, individual donors and agency partners.
The next CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Atlanta will inherit a foundation built on programmatic excellence. The energized board seeks a CEO who can leverage the organization’s heritage to have even greater impact for the at-risk children of our community. To that end, the CEO can anticipate a set of interlocking priorities and expectations:
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast Iowa seeks a full-time candidate for the position of Special Events Coordinator. This position has primary responsibility for planning and executing the agency’s direct-line fundraising events in our six-county service area. The Special Events Coordinator will assist the CEO in major gift strategy sessions for past and current donors, helping the agency identify and implement strategic engagement opportunities. Supporting elements for this position include donor stewardship, event marketing and publicity, database management and donor research.