The Match Support Specialist (MSS) is responsible for achieving Big Brothers Big Sisters’ outcomes by providing high quality support to volunteer mentor/child matches in the school-based program at Sheboygan County schools. The MSS drives successful outcomes through regular conversations with the match participants (in person, by phone or email), accurate and thorough documentation within AIM (Agency Information Management, the agency’s electronic data capture system), timely survey completion and data collection, and excellence in customer service. The MSS professionally represents the agency at assigned schools, maintaining positive dialog with school personnel. This position assists with the enrollment process for program participants, including processing applications, conducting interviews and entering data as volumes require. An ability to work in an office setting or remote location, effective communication skills and ability to build rapport with clients is a must.
Big Brothers Big Sisters seeks a Program Manager who will thrive in an environment that is dedicated to positively impacting more youth through high quality 1-to-1 mentoring. This is a new position that builds on our vision to connect youth to career and college success mentors, and with sports and wellness resources through intentional partnerships engaging schools and the business community. The Program Manager will lead strategy and supervise a team of approximately 4-5 program staff, and will direct operations that deliver our 1-to-1 mentoring relationships through special programs that blend curriculum with real-world experiences. The nature of this work requires consistent availability in the evenings and weekends to supervise staff working with mentors, families, and partners outside of normal business hours.
The Chief Development Officer serves as lead strategist for agency fund development and marketing, helping the CEO and management team marry a multi-year revenue and marketing plan to the agency’s growth agenda. The CDO manages the development and marketing Department and serves as primary staff support (in fund-raising and marketing matters) for the CEO and Board. The CDO functions as the agency’s principal major gift fundraiser.
The CEO reports to the Board of Directors and is responsible for providing visionary leadership in the establishment, implementation and growth of Big Brothers Big Sisters Mountain Region (BBBS-MR) in accordance with its mission, vision, strategic plans and policies adopted by the Board of Directors. In addition to staff and program management, the CEO is expected to spearhead fundraising initiatives and to engage staff, board, and volunteers in ways to expand programs. The selected candidate will oversee the preparation and management of the Agency budget, which provides planned business results that consistently, over time, contribute to the operating reserve and ensure financial health.
This position is responsible for providing high-level customer service in response to all functions of Big Brothers Big Sisters. These functions include Fund Development and Service Delivery. The director may handle all of the functions or supervise staff members that do so. The successful incumbent will produce positive outcomes in the following areas: partnership development, revenue, and Service Delivery standards, including but not limited to: inquiries, inquiry response rate, assessment quality, and new match goals.
The Federal Grant Staff Accountant is responsible for processing monthly expense reimbursement submission from sub recipients of federal grants in accordance with applicable federal agency guidelines, A-133, and Uniform Guidance.
This position is responsible for: 1. providing high-level customer service in response to all customer and stakeholder inquiries/leads and performing office coordination duties, 2. implementing the volunteer screening process in accordance with the Big Brother Big Sister brand, and 3. 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: volunteer yield and processing time; youth yield; youth/parent processing time, match closure rate, frequency of match closures, average match length, volunteer rematch rate, and customer satisfaction. Although the work will be done in the Fairbanks office, some job duties will support our programs in communities outside of Fairbanks.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Middle Tennessee serves eight counties in the Middle Tennessee area, including Davidson County. Over 1,200 youth were served in 2017. Located in Nashville, TN the agency is consistently recognized by Big Brothers Big Sisters of America as one of the top-performing agencies in the federation. We are growing our team at Big Brothers Big Sisters! Under the supervision of the Director of Site-Based Programs, this position is responsible for implementation, support, and oversight of BBBS school-based mentoring programs.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Middle Tennessee serves eight counties in the Middle Tennessee area, including Davidson County. Over 1,200 children were served in 2017. Located in Nashville, TN the agency is consistently recognized by Big Brothers Big Sisters of America as one of the top-performing agencies in the federation. We are growing our team at Big Brothers Big Sisters! The primary function of this position is to provide support to new and existing BBBS matches to ensure child safety, positive outcomes for youth, healthy and satisfying relationships between children and volunteers, and a strong sense of affiliation with BBBS.
Provide strategic leadership to position Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwest Colorado as the premier one-to-one mentoring organization in the communities that we serve. Ensure that the vision, mission, strategic plan, values and goals of the organization are achieved. Oversee day-to-day operations of the agency. Serve as lead member of the leadership team by staying abreast of organization-wide issues and contributing to the development and achievement of the agency’s long-term vision and short-term operating plans.