Medical Biller assistant / office assistant

Business Name: 
CityWheelchairs Inc.
Industry: 
Healthcare
Type of Position: 
Part-Time Job
Grade Level: 
All University students
Location: 
San Francisco
Days/Hours per Week: 
4 hours per day 3 days per week
Pay Range: 
18-20
Benefits: 

Free parking

Position Description: 

We are a fast growing medical equipment company specializing in providing power wheelchairs to the disabled community. We are looking for a self-motivated Medical Biller who can also provide administrative support when needed. This professional will assist billing manager to ensure accuracy and efficiency through the whole billing cycle.

Position Responsibilities: 

- Check patient's insurance eligibility

- Obtain prior authorization for services when needed

- Using coded data on a day-to-day basis to produce and submit claims to insurance companies

- Monitors billing activity to assure completeness of claims for maximum reimbursement

- Post insurance and patients, and manage accounts

- Reviewing and appeal unpaid and denied claims

-Other duties as required by management

Required Qualifications: 

- Excellent communication skills

- Ability to read, understands, and follow oral and written instruction

- High work ethic, remarkable attendance and punctuality

Preferred Qualifications: 

- Medical billing and collections experience is preferred

- Knowledge of insurance guidelines especially Medicare, Medi-Cal, and SFHP

- Strong A/R and collections knowledge

How to Apply: 
Application Deadline: 
Open until filled

Senior Associate Director Finance

Business Name: 
Stanford University
Industry: 
Financial Services
Type of Position: 
Full-Time Job
Grade Level: 
Graduate
Location: 
Seattle
Days/Hours per Week: 
40
Pay Range: 
$170,000 - $180,000
Position Description: 

Here's a little about Stanford University and the position they are seeking to fill:



Welcome to Land, Buildings & Real Estate:



Land, Buildings & Real Estate (LBRE) is the operational core of Stanford University’s physical campus. LBRE constructs and maintains the Stanford campus, where advancements across the academic spectrum are made possible. Our work is founded upon the collective value of dedication, innovation, expertise, teamwork, and continuous improvement. We are committed to serving the university’s academic mission, as well as preserving and enhancing Stanford’s 8,180 acres, and pride ourselves on supporting the teaching and research of the university as “Caretakers of a Legacy."



Who We Are:



Finance & Administration provides the foundation for Land, Buildings & Real Estate (LBRE) operations including budgets, capital funding coordination and documentation, information technology systems, authority and approvals, internal controls, compliance, accounting and reporting and human resources for LBRE. We are the liaison with other university financial departments, Research Administration, Human Resources, the Cabinet and Board of Trustees.



Who you are:



You have a track record of leading a team in the development of multi-million dollar operating budgets, in collaboration with business owners. You have a genuine regard for those who report to you and inspire their continuous learning. You develop comprehensive project plans, keep everyone on schedule and consistently meet deadlines. You can distill a multitude of individual variances into a high-level explanation, both verbally and in writing. You are more than comfortable with technology, both financial systems and non-financial systems. You have used Adaptive Planning before, but even if you haven’t, that’s ok because you have the agility and curiosity to learn and capitalize on new systems. You embrace technology as you realize that it is the key enabler to effectively complete financial deliverables.



Given access to the necessary data and an understanding of the end goal, you can devise effective methods for accurately getting to that goal. You have a track record of developing streamlined, repeatable processes for pulling and formatting data. You relentlessly ensure that your results tie-out or balance, and can clearly articulate reconciling items as needed.



You’re comfortable with ambiguity, able to think conceptually, connect the dots and develop scenarios. You are meticulously detail oriented, insatiably curious, and full of integrity.



Who will you support:



Reporting to the Director of Finance for Operations, you are the co-Budget Officer for LBRE and support LBRE-wide financial activities as detailed in the bullets below. This position has two direct reports and five indirect.



Why Stanford is for You



Imagine a world without search engines or social platforms. Consider lives saved through first-ever organ transplants and research to cure illnesses. Stanford University has revolutionized the way we live and enriched the world. Supporting this mission is our diverse and dedicated 17,000 staff. We seek talent driven to impact the future of our legacy. Check out the following links in our culture and unique perks sites and see how you can be empowered with:



Freedom to grow. We offer career development programs, tuition reimbursement, or audit a course. Join a TedTalk, film screening, or listen to a renowned author or global leader speak.

A caring culture. We provide superb retirement plans, generous time-off, and family care resources.

A healthier you. Climb our rock wall, or choose from hundreds of health or fitness classes at our world-class exercise facilities. We also provide excellent health care benefits.

Discovery and fun. Stroll through historic sculptures, trails, and museums.

Enviable resources. Enjoy free commuter programs, ridesharing incentives, discounts and more! 





Stanford is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.



Another Source works with their clients, on a retained project basis, to maximize the recruiting process.

Position Responsibilities: 

Co-Budget Officer for LBRE – responsible for the development and submission of annually recurring deliverables to the University Budget Office (UBO) and its budgeting system, Tidemark; including Planned Budget, Year End Projection, Booked Budget, and variance narrative; annual O&M report and other adhoc requests from UBO throughout the year; assist in the compilation of the annual Budget Letter

Interpret, implement and ensure compliance with university policies and procedures (particularly as related to service centers and various fund types)

Overhead allocations (OH) – own the OH model, maintain and update every year, prepare and submit monthly overhead allocation journals, provide analysis and reporting on the history and trend of OH allocations

General Funds allocation (GF) – own the GF allocation model, maintain and update every year, administer the GF allocation in the Adaptive Planning system, maintain history of GF allocations including one-time, new base funds and internal reallocations within LBRE

New Structures model – own the New Structure model which determines funding needed for the operations, maintenance and utilities of newly constructed buildings, renovations and demolitions; collaborating cross-departmentally, prepare annual Prelim and Final New Structures report for submission to UBO; provide timely estimates for individual buildings throughout the year for inclusion in Funding Agreements and Board of Trustee write-ups

Budgeting – in addition to extracting budget information from the Adaptive Planning system and formatting for upload into Tidemark, ensure that the GF allocation balances and all fund transfers have been accounted for in the budget

Fund Transfers – oversite of fund transfers throughout the year, initiate transfers as needed

Allocate ISC Rebate within LBRE

Oversee periodic audits

Consolidation of LBRE financial information for LBRE’s Year in Review and other adhoc reporting as needed; track interdepartmental eliminations; analyze and provide narrative for budget and year-to-year variances

Develop expertise in the Adaptive Planning system for both modeling and reporting; staying abreast of new functionality available from Adaptive Insights

For all areas of responsibility, maintain documentation of policy and procedure

* Additional duties as applicable to the role

Required Qualifications: 

A Master’s degree in finance or accounting, or CPA, with 10 years of management experience or combination of education and relevant experience

Strong track record of leading and developing a finance team

Strong project management skills (particularly project plan, risk management and status reporting)

Strong in financial modeling, developing what-if scenarios

Proficient in reporting and analytics tools, such as Oracle bi and Tableau

Strong data skills

Advanced understanding of financial principles

Advanced proficiency with excel

Strong oral and written communication skills

Proficiency in business applications, such as Microsoft Office Suite

Knowledge of and ability to apply Generally Accepted Accounting Principles

Demonstrated knowledge of financial systems and aptitude to learn new systems

Able to think conceptually and comfortable with uncertainty

Proven ability to perform with a high degree of accuracy under tight deadlines and ability to effectively multitask

Requires presence in the office on a regular basis

Preferred Qualifications: 

Preferred but not required:



Proficiency with Adaptive Planning

Proficiency with Oracle financial systems

Thorough understanding of policies governing the various fund types, including service centers, gifts, grants and designated funds

Application Deadline: 
03/28/2019

Associate Vice President of Human Resources

Business Name: 
Sonoma State University
Industry: 
Human Resources
Type of Position: 
Part-Time Job
Grade Level: 
Graduate
Location: 
Rohnert Park
Days/Hours per Week: 
40
Pay Range: 
$150,000 - $175,000
Position Description: 

Another Source’s client, Sonoma State University, is recruiting an Associate Vice President of Human Resources to join their team.



As one of the 23 campuses in the California State University System, Sonoma is a mid-size comprehensive university, focusing on the liberal arts with a strong emphasis in the arts and sciences. Located approximately an hour north of San Francisco, SSU has 9,200 students, 400 faculty and 900 staff and administrators. Sonoma State University is committed to achieving excellence through teaching, scholarship, learning and inclusion. In line with the Seawolf Commitment, our values include respect, responsibility, excellence and integrity.



We strive to cultivate a community in which a diverse population can learn and work in an atmosphere of civility and respect. We encourage innovation, experimentation and creativity, as well as contributions to diversity, equity and inclusion, in the pursuit of excellence for all members of our university community.



The CSU system offers a premium benefit package that includes, but is not limited to, outstanding vacation, health, dental, and vision plans; a fee waiver education program; membership in the California Public Employees Retirement System (PERS); and 14 paid holidays a year.

Position Purpose: Reporting to the Vice President for Administration and Finance and CFO, the Associate Vice President (AVP) for Administration and Finance, Human Resources serves as the Chief Human Resources Officer for Sonoma State University and its three auxiliary organizations. The AVP is charged with the responsibility for leading and managing a comprehensive human resource program including employment and classification/compensation services, human resources information management, employee relations, training and development, payroll and benefits administration, workers compensation administration, employee/leadership development, employee recognition, employee wellness and ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act)/EEO(Equal Employment Opportunity) compliance. The AVP for Human Resources oversees and ensures compliance with the collective bargaining agreements for non-faculty employees as well as the administration of the Management Personnel Plan for professional empl oyees, supervisors, and administrators. Additionally, the AVP oversees student employment and the University’s non-faculty volunteer program. The AVP serves as a member of the Vice President’s senior management team.



The AVP must possess a broad and deep knowledge and experience in employee relations, compensation, organizational planning and development, employment law, payroll, human resource information systems, regulatory compliance, and professional development. In addition, the AVP must be able to manage, inspire, and lead a team of dedicated professionals in a customer service oriented human resources infrastructure and have demonstrated experience in creating and maintaining a workplace that supports and respects diversity.



With unquestioned integrity coupled with strong management skills, the AVP is expected to function in a constantly evolving setting with an appreciation for and comfort with ambiguity. The AVP must have strong interpersonal skills; have the ability to influence at all levels within the University and to function as an effective change agent. The AVP must make sound and independent decisions, have strong negotiation and motivation skills, meet timelines, and manage competing priorities successfully.

Position Responsibilities: 

Serves as the University’s Chief Human Resources Officer, developing and implementing appropriate human resource policies, programs, and procedures as well as ensuring alignment and/or compliance with CSU system-wide policies and employment practices

Provides vision and leadership aligned with campus priorities and an evolving workplace

Serves as a trusted advisor to the CFO and senior leadership team in matters pertaining to organizational development, employee relations, workforce analysis and talent management

Serves as consultant to the campus on human resource matters, including leading or directing investigations of complaints and allegations of inappropriate employee behavior and/or facilitating conflict resolution sessions

Oversees and serves as campus point of contact for any employment-related litigation

Serves as a backup investigator and Deputy Title IX Coordinator providing assistance to the Title IX Coordinator as well as other deputies

Serves as a backup DHR (Discrimination/Harassment/Retaliation) investigator

Serves as the campus Whistleblower Administrator and responds to whistleblower complaints and/or subsequent employment-related litigation and law suits against the University

Supervises the Director of Employee/Labor Relations and Compliance, the Managing Director of Payroll, Benefits and Workers Compensation, the Director of Employment Services and the HR Administrative Specialist, who provides administrative support to the entire HR department

Serves as signatory on behalf of the President for staff appointment, transaction, leave and termination letters

Collaborates with the AVP for Faculty Affairs to ensure consistency across the organization with regard to administering employment as well as to gain efficiencies wherever possible

Oversees and coordinates the preparation of reports and activities related to the University’s Affirmative Action Plan, including recruitment efforts that further the University’s diversity efforts

Proactively engages with the external community, governance committees, etc. to ensure Sonoma State is recognized as an employer of choice and to further university initiatives

Oversees the administration of compensation programs for non-faculty employees

Oversees the employee background screening program

Oversees the campus unemployment insurance program

Manages new employee orientation programs and activities

Supports employee/leader professional development programs

Manages employee recognition programs and activities

Maintains the official personnel files for the campus

Oversees the volunteer employee program

Serves as the campus Conflict of Interest Officer

Oversees the application for all staff and administrator visas and serves as the custodian of employee I-9s ensuring legal documentation for employment

Manages the department budget

Oversees and champions employee wellness efforts, including medical monitoring for identified positions and injury prevention/loss prevention efforts with workers compensation carrier

Attends webinars, conferences, and end-user group meetings organized by CSU or other entities.

Required Qualifications: 



This position requires an understanding of public higher education in California and a bachelor’s degree from an accredited university, or equivalent combination of education and experience;

Seven to ten years of increasingly responsible management experience in a senior level Human Resources position;

A Master’s degree in Business Administration, Public Administration, Human Resource Administration or Law, and HRCI/SHRM professional HR Certification preferred;

Senior Human Resource management experience in public higher education and working with unions is also preferred;

Ability to operate in a confidential, professional, fast-paced environment, and work as both a senior leader and a member of various committees and teams throughout the university and system;

Ability to actively communicate, inspire and motivate all levels of staff;

Ability to think and act strategically and proactively;

Ability to perform multiple duties simultaneously in an environment that is characterized by frequent interruptions, requests, and distractions;

Ability to complete complex assignments independently and with only general direction;

Ability to translate complex policies into compliant campus business processes and effectively communicate back out to all-levels of the university;

Ability to understand and explain complex procedures;

Strong writing and presentation skills;

Ability to learn, coordinate and oversee many different functions, determine relative importance of each, set deadlines, and delegate projects accordingly in a timely and effective manner, performing follow up as needed;

Must be familiar with standard office software and programs, Oracle/PeopleSoft Human Resources software preferred;

Ability to prioritize and perform multiple tasks; work independently with little or no direction; make independent decisions and exercise sound judgment, use discretion and initiative in performing complex work; and maintain good working relationships throughout the campus community and with external stakeholders.

Ability to operationalize sustainability concepts (economy, society, environment) into all aspects of performing job duties.

The duties of this position may include participation in decisions that may have a material financial benefit to the incumbent. Therefore, the selected candidate may be required to file Conflict of Interest Form 700: Statement of Economic Interest on an annual basis, complete ethics training within 6 months of appointment, and attend this training every other year thereafter.



The CSU system is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, age or protected veteran status.



Another Source works with their clients, on a retained project basis, to maximize the recruiting process.

Preferred Qualifications: 

N/A

How to Apply: 

Please apply using this application link: https://app.jobvite.com/j?cj=oW5y9fws&s=School

Application Deadline: 
03/28/2019

Development Coordinator

Business Name: 
Renaissance Entrepreneurship Center
Industry: 
Non-Profit/Philanthropy
Type of Position: 
Full-Time Job
Grade Level: 
Graduate
Location: 
San Francisco
Days/Hours per Week: 
FTE
Pay Range: 
50+ DOE
Benefits: 

This is a full-time, non-exempt position. Competitive salary based on experience with benefits that include medical and dental insurance, 401K, paid time off, and holidays.

Position Description: 

Renaissance is seeking a Development Coordinator to join our passionate Development Team, providing administrative support and engaging in all aspects of fundraising. The ideal candidate will be a communicative team player who enjoys data/impact-driven work. They will strive to maintain and strengthen a diverse funding base. Renaissance’s current organizational budget of $3.6M is comprised of funding from government, corporate, foundation and individual sources; the Development Coordinator will support the maintenance of these funds and relationships. 



Renaissance Entrepreneurship Center (Renaissance) is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit social impact organization. We have been building better communities for 34 years by helping lower income women and men start and grow their own businesses, transforming the lives of their owners and creating sustainable jobs, economic vitality, and vibrant neighborhoods. Renaissance operates four program centers and multiple off-site programs throughout the San Francisco Bay Area; this position will be based out of Renaissance’s South of Market Center.

Position Responsibilities: 

 Play a key role in our donor engagement cycle, including: Identification; cultivation; solicitation; follow-up; and monitoring and evaluation. Key duties include, but are not limited to:



Development Administration

• Maintain administrative systems to ensure the smooth functioning of the development department: fundraising calendar; tracking and processing of solicitations and donations; sending acknowledgment letters and development research.

• Maintain Salesforce database, including donor updates and donations tracking and reporting, and other development administration and calendaring.

• Conduct gifts processing, ensuring gift recording, acknowledgment, tracking and reporting and synchronize with Finance Administration.

• Utilize Constant Contact and Network for Good platforms for fundraising communications, events, and campaigns.



• Maintain Development web pages and Development-related social media content. 

• Work with the Date and Evaluation Coordinator to create impact reports for online and direct mail use. 



Annual Event

• Work with the Development Director and Event Consultants to coordinate event logistics and vendor communications.

• Compile sponsorship list and send sponsorship solicitations (direct mail and online).

• Coordinate event logistics, including: invitations, ticket sales, flyers, vendors, guest list, seating, registration, etc. 

• Facilitate a process for securing auction items and selecting event awardees.

• Secure Renaissance entrepreneurs for Marketplace and PopUp Café vendors.

• Work with videographer to create awards video.



Individual Donors

• Special Events

• Support setup and administration of other fundraising events and donor cultivation events across all Centers.

• Assist in public outreach efforts, media events, donor events, and other types of meetings. Attend off-site meetings, networking events and tabling opportunities.

• Year End Appeal and Peer-to-Peer Online Campaign

Coordinate logistics of direct mail, email, and social media fundraising campaigns.



Grant Administration

• Identify and research potential funders

• Draft grant reports and proposals

• Prepare PowerPoint presentations for funder and other presentations

• Produce funder packets



Board of Directors (working directly with Renaissance’s CEO)

• Coordinate and prepare for monthly Board meetings, including scheduling, meeting arrangements, document distribution, and meeting follow-up.

• Compile documents, meeting minutes and other communications and administration to maintain communicative board.



Other Duties as Assigned

• Provide shared coverage to Facilities & Operations Associate during their breaks. 

• Willingness to take on other duties as assigned and shift priorities when needed. 

Required Qualifications: 

• Exceptional organizational skills, strong attention to detail, and joy in managing many moving parts and complex systems

• Proficiency with Salesforce, Network for Good, Constant Contact, Microsoft Office and Google platforms

• A can-do attitude and willingness to take the initiative on assigned projects

• Ability to both work independently and collaboratively

• Experience in fundraising

• Excellent communication skills

• Demonstrated ability in working with individuals from diverse backgrounds

• Flexibility and comfort in a fast-paced, changing environment and community 

• Ability to attend Renaissance and community events during daytime and some evening and weekends hours

Preferred Qualifications: 

Bachelors Degree

How to Apply: 

https://www.rencenter.org/development-coordinator-job-description/

Submit cover letter and resume in PDF format

Application Deadline: 
03/22/2019

Office Assistant

Business Name: 
California Probate Referee
Type of Position: 
Full-Time Job
Grade Level: 
All University students
Location: 
5977 Shattuck Avenue Oakland CA 94609
Days/Hours per Week: 
M-F 30h/week
Pay Range: 
$15/H
Benefits: 

N/A

Position Description: 

We are looking for an office assistant that would handle organizational and clerical support tasks. This may include organizing files, scheduling appointments, writing copy, proofreading, receiving guests and more, depending on the company and its needs.

Position Responsibilities: 

Assisting the probate referee in probate work and other clerical duties as assigned.

Required Qualifications: 

Microsoft Office knowledge

Preferred Qualifications: 

-Computer knowledge.

-Ability to multitask.

-Organizational skills.

How to Apply: 

 E-mail your resume to leejac@sbcglobal.net

Application Deadline: 
Open until filled

Commercial Real Estate Fellows Program Application

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Application and Interview

As part of the application, you will need to submit the following materials:

Program Application Form 2019

Sign in with your SF State Student ID to complete your application for the Commercial Real Estate Fellows program. Selected students will be contacted for a brief interview for acceptance into the program.

Resume Upload Criteria and Instructions

  • must be in pdf, doc or docx format
  • must be uploaded prior to form submission.
    • Click "Choose File" to select your document and then click "Upload" to ensure your file attaches to the field.
Files must be less than 5 MB.
Allowed file types: pdf doc docx.

Office Administrator

Business Name: 
GGV Capital
Industry: 
Business Services
Type of Position: 
Part-Time Job
Grade Level: 
All University students
Location: 
San Francisco, CA
Days/Hours per Week: 
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday- 20 hours per week
Pay Range: 
$25-30 per hour
Benefits: 

none

Position Description: 

Reporting directly to the Director of HR and Administration, the Office Administrator will provide general office support to the San Francisco office, including responsibility for the reception area, overall upkeep of the office, ordering supplies, coordinating vendors and general office needs. Days and hours of work are flexible, working up to 20 hours per week with additional hours required from time to time. 

Position Responsibilities: 

• Greet office guests, and direct guests to the appropriate meeting room/person.

• Maintain security by following guest procedures.

• Maintain an overall clean, organized office and work space

• Opening/closing duties - ensure all conference rooms and office space is cleaned up at beginning and end of each day, as well as throughout the day. 

• Assist with facilities management, including coordination of ongoing service providers.

• Order and sort all office supplies, as well as coordinate cleaning service and deliveries.

• Maintain and organize the kitchen, including running the dishwasher, coffee machine management, ordering and restocking of food and beverages, etc.

• Coordinates weekly in-house meal orders for team lunches and dinners.

• Handles catering needs for appropriate functions. 

• Assist with other related clerical duties such as photocopying, faxing, filing and collating. 

• Assist other departments with miscellaneous organization projects.

Required Qualifications: 

• Professional demeanor; Be an ambassador for the company.

• Outstanding customer service skills, as well as excellent written and verbal communication skills.

• Ability to interact with all levels of management, including employees, investors, entrepreneurs, and external vendor relationships.

• Have a strong sense of responsibility and follow through. Be punctual, efficient & proactive with a “can do” attitude.

• Ability to multi task, have great attention to detail, and organization skills.

• PC Proficiency (MS-Office Suite (Outlook, Word, Excel), along with data entry skills, and general math skills.

Preferred Qualifications: 

• Professional demeanor; Be an ambassador for the company.

• Outstanding customer service skills, as well as excellent written and verbal communication skills.

• Ability to interact with all levels of management, including employees, investors, entrepreneurs, and external vendor relationships.

• Have a strong sense of responsibility and follow through. Be punctual, efficient & proactive with a “can do” attitude.

• Ability to multi task, have great attention to detail, and organization skills.

• PC Proficiency (MS-Office Suite (Outlook, Word, Excel), along with data entry skills, and general math skills.

How to Apply: 

Claudia Nerio at cnerio@ggvc.com

Application Deadline: 
Open until filled

Development Manager

Business Name: 
Junior League of San Francisco
Industry: 
Non-Profit/Philanthropy
Type of Position: 
Full-Time Job
Grade Level: 
All University students
Location: 
San Francisco, CA
Days/Hours per Week: 
Mon - Fri, typically 9am - 6pm
Pay Range: 
45k - 55k annually
Benefits: 

PTO, Sick time

Position Description: 

The Fund Development Manager has the exciting task of developing and implementing our fund development strategy in partnership with our internal members.

Position Responsibilities: 

• Develop and implement a fund development strategy that aligns with internal strategic plan and forecast for the next three years 

• Support the diversification of the revenue stream of funds to promote sustainability year over year by creating innovative approaches to build donor and community support

• Collaborate with the Fund Development council to initiate, oversee and implement fundraising activities including securing corporate sponsors & silent auction items

• Attend Fund Development Council and special events committee meetings as needed

• Lead trainings for the Fund Development Council on topics including managing special events risks, fundraiser profit evaluation, non-profit terminology, securing auction items, etc.

• Manage the Give $30 More campaign during the annual membership dues cycle

• Acknowledge Annual Fund and endowment donors through personal communication and steward VIPs and Patrons at JLSF fundraising events

• Secure ongoing financial support from individuals, corporations, private foundations and government grants. Assist the Board of Directors to research and secure major gifts

• Develop proposals to submit to foundations, government entities and corporations; create grant proposal calendar, track proposals and reports for all corporate fundraising, grants, and annual giving gifts

• Support marketing and communication around the organization's mission to expand its reach via external communications (website, social media, newsletters and press in collaboration with the Communications Council)

• Oversee donor database, research and maintain accurate records and completeness of data. Review mailing lists and provide guidance to office staff to process mailings related to all fund development activity

• High-level support of our three major events (Home Tour, Touch-a-Truck and WATCH), including partnership with the Development Council to secure silent and/or live auction items and table sponsorships, managing existing and seeking new corporate sponsorships

Required Qualifications: 

• Previous non-profit and fundraising experience strongly preferred

• Skilled in Public Relations and organizationally savvy 

• Comfortable networking and developing potential donor relationships through various avenues 

• Ability to work autonomously, but also be a team player

• Proficient in Google Suite and Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)

Preferred Qualifications: 

Preferred qualifications Familiar with Digital Cheetah (a plus, but not required)

How to Apply: 

 Please send an email directly to: chiefofstaff@jlsf.org

Application Deadline: 
Open until filled