Here are ReServe’s Hot Jobs for November 2016. To view a position on the Opportunity Board, click on the link below the position’s title.
Development Associate/ Grant Writer (Union Capital Boston)
Union Capital Boston (UCB) connects individuals to resources and rewards community engagement. Their goal is to create pathways of opportunity to transform social capital into opportunity. The Development Associate will research funding opportunities, write and submit grants. The ReServist in this position will work from home with occasional meetings at work site address. Time commitment is 20 hours per week. Ideal candidate would be available for at least 12 months, with flexibility.
V.P. Development and Fundraising –(Diverse Supplier Development Academy)
Non-profit dedicated to providing programs and services for diverse-owned businesses throughout the Northeast region. They are looking for a Director of Development and Fundraising, responsible for updating their strategy, grant writing, annual appeal and major gifts. Experience in fundraising, special event planning, corporate sponsorship and donor cultivation preferred. Virtual and flexible schedule. There is no requirement to work on site.
Facilitator for Supported Decision-Making (Supported Decision-Making New York- SDMNY) –
SDMNY’s Hunter/CUNY-based project seeks a ReServist to work as a facilitator in a pilot SDM program. The Facilitator will be trained and supervised by project staff to support adults and transition-aged youth (17-21) with Intellectual/Developmental disabilities (I/DD) to take more control over their lives by making their own decisions and thereby avoiding legal guardianship and its consequences. Facilitators will meet periodically with assigned DMs from February through August 2017 to help them and their supporters, and interface with Hunter project staff. Prior work in counseling/social services and experience working with persons with I/DD preferred. Position available for less than 10 hours per week until August 2017.
Outreach/Business Developer (The Edge Foundation)
The Edge Foundation seeks a ReServist to help bring its successful Edge coaching program for at-risk youth to New York. Edge currently operate in 20 public schools in low-income areas of California and Washington State, serving students with Executive Functioning challenges, including ADHD. Edge is looking for an independent ReServist to conduct outreach to public and public charter schools, youth-serving groups, juvenile justice system and child welfare organizations, and other potential partners in New York. Position is 10-15 hours per week and the position is virtual.
Program Assistant (Rutger’s Future Scholars)
The Rutgers-Newark Future Scholars Program seeks a dynamic energetic Program Assistant. The Rutgers Future Scholars Program is a 5 year pre-college program that provides academic, social and economic support for promising 1st generation college students. The program serves middle school and high school level youth. Upon successfully completing the program, Future Scholars are eligible for free tuition to Rutgers University. Under the supervision of the Program Coordinator, the Program Assistant’s role is to assist in planning the day-to-day operations of the program. 20 hours per week.
Success Mentor (The Fedcap School)
Are you interested in making an impact on the future for at-risk youth by mentoring them in one-on-one or small group settings? For the 2nd year, The Fedcap School in Orange, New Jersey is seeking a team of ReServists to serve as Success Mentors for the 2016-2017 school year to do just that. Using an online curriculum called Get Ready!, Success Mentors assist students in discovering and actualizing their individual life paths following secondary school, whether it be further education or entrance into the workforce. This position runs throughout the duration of the school year, ending in May 2017. Success Mentors will work about 10 hours weekly, spread across 2 or 3 days per week.
Curriculum Advisor (Newark Shared Ministries)
The All The Way Up GED program is a startup program from Newark Shared Ministries connecting volunteer tutors with adult learners. They seek a Curriculum Advisor to supervise volunteers and create daily lesson plans based off of an existing online curriculum. The Curriculum Advisor will possibly also be expected to tutor students as well. A background in education, specifically with GED instruction is preferred. This is a short-term project, for 300 hours. Some of the time can be spent working virtually.
Public Relations Support (Julia’s Grace Foundation)
Julia’s Grace Foundation helps children with cancer and their families by providing support to make the days “normal” by offering opportunities for special family moments, whether at home, in the hospital or at public events and venues. As a newer nonprofit, they need assistance with the design and execution of a creative public relations strategy. This is a virtual position so the ability to work independently is required. Position is available for 10-15 hours per week.
Capacity Building Manager (Collaborative Solutions for Communities)
Staffing Recruiter (Collaborative Solutions for Communities)
Office Assistant (Center for Nonprofit Advancement)
Fundraiser (Friendship Place)