The Salesforce Administrator is responsible for the support, optimization, and declarative development of our implementation of Salesforce and supporting technologies. The Administrator provides direct support to external users on platforms including but not limited to Salesforce, Okta, Namescape, and Active Directory in support of Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) national office and affiliate agencies. This position also supports the IT Department in the day to day operational functions such as the installation, configuration, maintenance, and support of standard hardware/software systems technologies. This position requires excellent customer service, communication and organizational skills to support a diverse set of users from across the United States.
Reporting to a 34-member (up to 39 member) Board of Directors, the President & CEO will be involved in nearly every aspect of the organization, playing an instrumental part in its ongoing success. However, primary focus areas for the role are 1) fundraising and donor relations, and 2) building organizational capacity through strategic planning, staff and board development, operational oversight, and program management. In addition to building a strong internal culture, the President & CEO will be highly visible in the community, serving as the chief spokesperson and advocate for the organization’s mission and goals. The role requires a skilled public speaker and storyteller who can passionately and authentically communicate the critical need for and impact of our work.
Experience in administrative duties, community outreach, and working with children and adults from diverse ethnic, racial, and socioeconomic backgrounds
Big Brothers Big Sisters of America is recruiting for a Development Manager. This position is working for the National Office located in Tampa, FL. The Development Manager is responsible for managing an active portfolio of current corporate and foundation partnerships and prospective partners. This role will be central to developing and retaining partnerships for the Fund Development Department. The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate a proven ability to manage the proposal process, including production of high quality documents with an emphasis on writing and editing.
We are seeking a Director of Programs to lead our team committed to making a measurable difference in the lives of Long Island youth. The Director of Programs is responsible for the successful administration of the program including creation, maintenance and growth of a quality program through effective community outreach and agency sponsored activities; continuously fosters strong community interaction that brings in new prospects, community partners, volunteer mentors and pro-actively finds at-risk youth.
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.