Bachelor’s Degree preferred; in lieu of degree a minimum of four (4) years marketing/sales, special events, fundraising experience considered.
The Marketing and Communications Director is employed, evaluated by, and answerable to the Executive Director. Serves as a lead strategist for agency friend development, helping the Executive Director and management team implement a multi-year plan for increasing volunteers and revenue which supports the agency’s Strategic Plan. Cultivates new corporate and community partnerships and manages existing partnerships to generate volunteers and revenue. This is an Exempt, Full-Time position.
Bachelor’s Degree, Excellent communication skills emphasizing the ability to listen and hear others, Excellent organizational skills; Excellent verbal communication skills; Computer skills including, experience with QuickBooks, Access, Microsoft Office is desired
Leads the BBBS agency to ensure that the mission, strategy, values and goals of the organization are achieved. From an executive management level, directs, supervises, and manages the staff and operations of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Zanesville, Inc. (BBBS) Maintains responsibility for planning, developing, administering and achieving the over-all vision of BBBS; provides leadership and coordinates agency activities in accordance with stated mission and policies formulated by the Board of Directors.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the 7 Rivers seeks a dynamic professional to lead our organization, which matches youth with caring mentors regionally in Southwest Wisconsin and Southeast Minnesota. Our regional office is located in La Crosse, Wisconsin.
• The PD establishes strategic direction for the program function, oversees program design and implementation to ensure achievement of annual goals and provides management and oversight to all aspects of program service delivery. S/he ensures collaboration and alignment with other internal departments and advocates for support from community partners.
Ensures that the organization follows and complies with all Federal grant rules and regulations; develops and implements adequate internal controls, policies, procedures and policies; submits requisite financial management and program performance reports to partners; and effectively executes corrective action in a timely manner.
The Grant Administrator will create and administer financial systems and processes to ensure BBBSA’s success in being compliant with all Federal, Corporate and Foundation grant requirements including internal and external reporting. Track and monitor Federal, Corporate, and Foundation sub recipients’ financial performance to ensure compliance with their Memoranda of Understanding goals and grant deliverables; and, collaborate with the Chief Financial Officer by providing support in the review of financial management requirements.
Coordinate with the customer relations department to enroll and assess volunteers and youth into our programs.
Conduct volunteer enrollments including: individual orientations, child safety education, interviews, and completion of any other enrollment processes. Assess the necessity of home visits and complete as indicated.