Below are employment listings for United Way of Central Ohio
and partner nonprofit community organizations.
Safety & Security Assistant FT
April 25, 2017
How to apply:
Email resumes/applications to email@example.com or send by mail:
65 South Fourth Street
Columbus, OH 43215
Safety & Security Assistant
Griswold Building, 65 S. Fourth St., Columbus, OH 43215
department / section
Administration / Human Resources
Full-time / Non-exempt
2nd and 3rd shift schedule to meet the operational needs of the building and programs. Schedules include rotating weekends.
· Maintain professional image that includes greeting residents, visitors and employees in a polite and friendly manner.
· Patrol Griswold Building, off-site locations and surrounding perimeter, being diligent to report any suspicious activity and report accidents.
· Monitor cameras or equipment in a continuous fashion as outlined in security guidelines.
· Maintain a working knowledge of all emergency policies, procedures and regulations to be able to respond to alarms, incidents and emergency situations.
· Complete Daily Activity Reports, Log Book entries, Incident Reports and all relevant reports related to job assignment.
· Make recommendations to management on better safety and loss prevention processes as identified during nightly routine.
· Have knowledge of any life safety systems, fire panels, CCTV system computer, and other such equipment to complete job assignments. Ensure continuous and safe operation of all elevators and access doors.
· Communicate on a daily basis with Security Supervisor any new security issues or changes that need to be considered or implemented.
High School Diploma and/or equivalent (GED).
· Knowledge of basic security procedures.
· Strong communication skills with the ability to de-escalate situations.
· Must be able to pass a criminal background check and a drug test.
· Regularly required to stand for long periods of time, walk, stoop, kneel, reach, and crouch, with the ability to lift up to 50 pounds.
4/25/17 – 5/5/17
Director, Organizational Advancement
April 12, 2017
How to apply:
Interested individuals should send a resume, cover letter outlining how they meet the
specific requirements of the position, and a writing sample (fundraising appeal letter or
similar document) to: Human Resources, Action for Children, 78 Jefferson Ave.,
Columbus, OH 43215 or firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls please.
While we sincerely appreciate all applications, only those candidates selected for
interview will be contacted.
Please note, the selected candidate will be required to submit to our background and
reference checking process. Action for Children is an equal opportunity employer.
Action for Children (AFC) transforms the lives of children by supporting, empowering
and advocating for the adults who make the biggest impact on their lives — their parents,
caregivers, and teachers. AFC has an immediate opening for a Director of Organizational
Advancement. The individual in this position has overall responsibility for all
development and marketing activities for the agency. The primary roles are to build and
implement strategies in collaboration with agency leadership and the Board of Directors
that effectively communicate about, and fundraise for, the mission, programs, and
services of the agency. Reporting to the CEO and partnering with the Chairperson of the
Board’s Advancement Committee, the individual in this position is a member of the
organization’s senior leadership team. The Director of Organizational Advancement
supervises AFC’s Outreach and Engagement Coordinator.
RESPONSIBILITIES – Specific responsibilities include but are not limited to:
• Annual Campaigns (board, individual, and corporate) – Understanding past
history and donor community, devise annual campaign strategy in order to grow
giving and donor relationships over time. Work collaboratively to implement
strategies, monitor effectiveness, and report results.
• Major Gifts – Develop and implement strategies to fully engage and retain donors
with a connection to the agency’s rich history – activities to include analysis of
past successes and creation of new approach to working with specific groups of
• External Relations & Community Affairs – Manage the agency’s profile in the
community through effective media relations, collaborations with partners, and
participation in events and activities that leverage AFC’s role as a leader in early
learning, parent support, teacher training/coaching and advocacy.
• Marketing and Communications –Create and implement marketing and
communications strategies and tactics that promote AFC programs, services,
initiatives and overall mission.
• Grants (foundations) – Research and build foundation and corporate relationships
in order to write, submit, and report on grant applications and sponsorship
• Events Management– In partnership with Board Advancement Committee – plan,
promote, support and implement events designed to accomplish a variety of goals
from strategic fundraising to awareness building to donor engagement.
• Budgeting & Forecasting – Work with finance area to prepare, monitor and report
on department and individual initiative budgets as needed. Present related
information to Board and committees as appropriate.
• Actively contribute (in partnership with other senior leaders) to the development
and implementation of organizational strategies and objectives.
• Effectively guide direct reports/team members to achieve department goals and
objectives and to contribute to overall organizational strategy.
• Work with operations team to recruit, hire, develop and retain appropriate
talent/human resources for advancement area.
• Professional Development – Maintain current knowledge of research and best
practices and share knowledge with direct reports and the agency as a whole.
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS – Successful candidates will have:
• Bachelor’s Degree in Communications, Business, Marketing, Nonprofit
Management or related field
• At least 10 years professional experience in nonprofit fundraising and marketing
• Minimum of 5 years supervision and management experience
• Donor-centered/customer service mindset is an absolute must
• Strong organizational, interpersonal, verbal communication, writing and
• Self-motivated and self-directed
• Technology Skills – Proficient with Microsoft Office suite of products, experience
using Raiser’s Edge database and Word Press software application preferred
• Professional Certification – CFRE is a bonus
• Collaborative and proactive working style
• Demonstrated commitment to continuous learning – As an educational
organization, we seek candidates who are dedicated to learning and growing
personally and professionally.
Assistant Vice President of Community Relations and Volunteer Recruitment
April 11, 2017
How to apply:
Send Cover Letter, Resume and Salary Requirements to:
Oversee recruitment program efforts in conjunction with overall agency strategies to achieve recruitment goals and provide extraordinary customer service to all partners involved.
Establish and execute a partnership recruitment plan that fits the overall strategic plan of the agency.
Work closely with the Vice President of Programs and the Executive Vice President of Development to identify and coordinate the negotiation of key school, corporate and community partnerships.
Work closely with Program and Development staff to coordinate the implementation of corporate, community and school partnerships. (i.e., volunteer fairs, booths, community events, etc.)
Plan, coordinate and execute all Program partnership recruitment and/or stewardship events for the agency.
Participate in community events to promote programs and recruit volunteers, and leverage community relationships to identify opportunities for funding to support programs.
Serve as liaison to the African American Advisory Council.
Ensure that all program activities are in accordance with agency vision and values and program policies and procedures through the establishment and utilization of a total quality management process.
To help achieve the mission of the agency, Program staff may have to assume additional tasks and responsibilities as assigned by the CEO or their designee.
Three to five years of related work experience required with progressive management responsibilities. Experience in youth development field, a plus.
Must have experience working with children and youth from other cultures.
Must be willing to work with diverse populations and in diverse areas.
Must be willing to work evenings and weekends as required.
Must be flexible to accommodate job responsibilities.
Must have viable transportation, valid driver license to meet job responsibilities.
Must have high level of organization.
Must have working knowledge of Microsoft Office.