Colorado Nonprofit Association

Business Manager

About the Position 

The Business Manager is central to efficient, effective, mission-centered, and professional operations.  You will be a key member of a cross functional team to provide support in operations, accounting, compliance, human resources, and administrative management. As a part of this team, you have direct responsibility for accounting per GAAP standards, office and facilities management, and acquisition of vendor services necessary to ensure IOYS can fulfill its mission.  You are responsible for maintaining and establishing financial controls, driving improvements, and implementing new approved processes.  

Under the supervision and direction of the Finance and Operations Director, you will provide direct support for all aspects of IOYS’ accounting and finance, to include: accounts receivable and payables, cash receipts, reconciliation of donations between finance and development databases, GL reconciliations, payroll, fixed assets, month-end and year-end close reporting, monitoring grant expenses and invoicing, providing reports and documentation to assist with the annual audit, and HR responsibilities including but not limited to posting open positions, onboarding and offboarding, and reviewing benefits plans. You will work collaboratively and closely with the Directors of Finance and Operations, Programs, Development, and with the Executive Assistant and Executive Director & CEO.  This role serves as a nexus and coordinator with all departments to maintain efficient and effective operations of the organization.  Candidates should support IOYS’ organizational values, including a commitment to access, inclusion, racial equity, and a high level of integrity, accountability, and transparency.  

Work will mainly be performed weekdays between 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., but will require out-of-office, evening, and weekend work at times.  

Responsibilities 

We are sharing a full list of strategic responsibilities because we aim to give a full picture and scope, not because we expect you to have previous experience in each area. In fact, research shows that men apply for a job or promotion when they meet 60% of the qualifications; whereas women and some marginalized identities only apply if they meet every requirement. We encourage you to apply if you feel you have the personal and professional experience to lead a team to success in these areas. We want to hear from you, and therefore implore you to apply even if you don’t check every box. 

As the Business Manager, you will lead the following key responsibilities: 

Finance & Administration 

Human Resources 

Facility Management 

General Duties 

Key Qualifications, Skills, and Abilities 

Requirements 

About Us 

Inside Out Youth Services (IOYS) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, established in 1990 to build access, equity, and power with LGBTQIA2+ youth of the Pikes Peak region. We are the primary LGBTQIA2+ nonprofit community serving LGBTQIA2+ youth (ages 13-24) in El Paso County. We provide a safe space for gender and sexuality diverse youth and young adults to grow their identities, learn leadership skills and develop the tools needed to both thrive personally and to act as agents of change in their communities. We also provide outreach education throughout the region to create a supportive climate for LGBTQIA2+ youth. IOYS accomplishes these goals through our weekly programming, targeted leadership development opportunities, community partnerships, on site behavioral health services, and through educational outreach to local school systems, healthcare agencies, and other groups providing education and care to LGBTQ+ youth and young adults.  

Our Team and What We Value 

A community center environment is fast paced where priorities and needs rapidly shift and evolve based on the needs of the organization and the young people we serve. Therefore, all staff are expected to adapt to change swiftly, and contribute to a positive, effective team environment. At IOYS, staff members are expected to exemplify established team values such as collegiality, respect, accountability, collaboration, and adaptability. We model the behaviors and attitudes essential to creating a welcoming, radically inclusive, safe, and brave space where all people can learn and grow. We are representatives of Inside Out in all we do and say—wherever we are—and it is therefore of utmost importance that all team members exhibit maturity and good judgement through their words and actions.  

Regional Manager – Elite

CLUB VISION:

“The heart behind the crest.”

At Rapids Youth Soccer, we focus on whole player development, both on and off the field. We strive for players to develop a lifelong love of the game and use the skills learned through their time with Rapids to allow them to be successful in all they desire to achieve.
 

POSITION VISION:

Provide executive-level leadership to the Colorado Rapids Youth Soccer Club (CRYSC) Elite Department. Support the operations and technical vision of the elite program as designed by the Elite Technical Director and Elite Directors of Coaching. The position will seek to manage the business operations of the elite department, develop staff, and implement an exciting and cohesive brand strategy across all elite programs.
 

CORE VALUES:

  1. Enjoyment First – Stay positive and know that with adversity comes growth. Find joy in the challenges, the small details, the strategy, and the day-to-day.
  2. Win Within – Being the best is the only way forward in everything we do personally or as a Club. Support the objective of becoming a destination youth soccer club in our region and the country.
  3. In and Up – Support the Club’s pursuit of constant development, education, and improvement of all we encounter – internally and externally.
  4. Keep it Simple, Keep it Small – Work to simplify big thoughts, large expectations, and ambiguous strategies into strategic and club-wide execution.
  5. Moment of Truth – Recognize the importance of each interaction, process, decision, and communication within your role. “Create remarkable experiences” is the role’s mantra.
  6. Own It – Work to provide solutions instead of waiting for answers. Own the successes and failures of your region, encouraging ownership down to the most minor details.  

JOB FUNCTIONS:

Architect

Align

Own

Grow

Grants Manager

Grants Manager

Reporting to the Executive Director, the Grants Manager is responsible for working in

coordination with the Executive Director to achieve VEC’s annual development goals and

objectives. The Grants Manager supports fundraising from government grants, foundations,

businesses and individuals. The Grants Manager is also responsible for organizing, executing,

following up and reporting on all of VEC’s grants and fundraising events. The Grants Manager

will support engagement and relationship building with donors and donor prospects.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

• Collect and maintain up-to-date research on potential grant making organizations and

grant/contract opportunities.

• Determine and assess eligibility criteria and deadlines according to funder

requirements.

• Schedule grant implementation in coordination with the Executive Director and

Director of Programs and Operations, as appropriate

• Write, assemble, and submit grant proposals and packets.

• Maintain complete, accurate and timely files for proposals, grant/contract awards,

deadlines and reporting requirements.

• Alert appropriate VEC staff of reporting deadlines

• Create, verify, and disseminate reports on grants/contract activities for internal and

external use.

• Develop close working relationships and coordinate with VEC program managers,

accounting, and administrative staff to collect and provide information, communicate

deadlines and work collaboratively on grant and contract proposal writing and

management.

• Collect and disseminate program-related statistics, best practices, or other trends

relevant to VEC programs and the community that VEC serves.

• Collect and maintain success stories and other relevant information for use in

proposals, reports and other fundraising materials.

• Assist with meeting annual fundraising goals.

• Serve as an advocate for VEC and its mission.

• Maintain a donor database to track, acknowledge (in a timely manner) and recognize

levels of donations and in collaboration with the Executive Director, assist in

developing a donor program and a “donor focused” individual fundraising plan.

• Lead planning, promotion and execution of an annual VEC fundraising event and

research new fundraising events or enhancements to current events.

• Prepare acknowledgement letters to donors and mail in a timely manner.

QUALIFICATIONS & LEADERSHIP COMPETENTCIES

• Excellent oral and written communication, reading and organizational skills

• basic finance & budget-related skills.

• Demonstrated successful grant writing ability and experience.

• Project management

• Familiarity with non-profit development resources and publications and internet

research

• Skilled in organizing resources, using good judgment to establish priorities while

working in a deadline-oriented environment.

• Salesforce Experience

• Desire to and interest in working with refugee and immigrant communities

SALARY: $60,000

BENEFITS:

• Medical

• Dental

• 401(k) matching

• Paid time off

• Paid holidays

LOCATION:

Aurora, CO JOB

TYPE: Full-time

WORK HOURS:

• 8-hour shift

• Flexible

VEC is dedicated to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion both internally and its external work. We

encourage people of color and candidates with diverse backgrounds, experiences, and

perspectives to apply. Studies have shown that women and people of color are less likely to

apply for jobs unless they meet every one of the qualifications listed. We are most interested in

finding the best candidate for the job, and that candidate may be one who comes from a less

traditional background. If you have strong written communication skills, a passion for

empowering refugees and immigrants and building strong resilient communities, and a

willingness to learn, we encourage you to apply, even if you don’t meet every one of our

qualifications listed.

Billing Support Specialist

Position Summary
Provides billing support for the Advanced Diagnostic Laboratories (ADx) at NJH. Responsible for coordinating and monitoring the flow of billing data within the clinical laboratory departments and other information system databases. Analyzes and evaluates clinical financial data, recognizes inconsistencies, and initiates the resolution of billing problems. Assists Client Services to immediately resolve billing inconsistencies and delinquent data. Implements billing plans designed to meet timely billing deadlines, and consult the Patient Financial Services (PFS) Department when applicable. Acts as liaison between ADx and the PFS Department to facilitate problem solving. Responsible for billing data, diagnosis, discharge and exception reports generated by the billing information systems to promote accurate financial billing.

Essential Duties

  1. Establishes and maintains ADx financial policies and procedures. Ensures that ADx complies with all College of American Pathologists (CAP) and HIPAA requirements. 
  2. Maintains clinical billing compliance for inpatient and outpatient (Client Accounts) with Medicare, Medicaid, Institutional Guarantors and other private insurances for accurate, successful reimbursement.
  3. Performs database surveillance and maintenance for all billing applications and interfaces.  Maintains high standards of performance for operation of all Detailed Financial Transactions (DFTs).  Monitors billing interfaces.  Reconciles price and CPT changes for reference lab testing.
  4. Investigates new and emerging CPT coding that will enhance the billing in the LIS including but not limited to DRGs, CPTs, 837 (Medicare exception report) and timely billing practices. 
  5. Uses LIS and HIS auditing reports to verify the accuracy of patient and client billing.
  6. Responsible for error reports (EXR/SIN/BR) and DFTs of clinical application system.  
  7. Troubleshoots billing issues to a point of adequate resolution or until the issues are at least identified as to cause and effect. Troubleshoots all issues related to the patient billing interface, including coordination of late charges and establishing necessary accounts in the HIS.
  8. Instructs users of the proper use of billing application programs including: Quick-OP Admits, Sunquest GUI, Manual Billing and Charge Master Verification.
  9. Assists with the performance of a variety of client services issues when delinquent billing data is received. Including but not limited to Admitting, Discharging and Transferring (ADT) of patient data, Insurance (Third party billing), UPIN, EDI, NPI, SSN, Diagnosis and Guarantor entry.
  10. Processes check and credit card payments using online system.
  11. Performs product verification/validation and document outcomes of billing software and/or hardware changes or enhancements implemented. 
  12. Moves charges when necessary to assure accurate billing derived out of the LIS and HIS.
  13. Analyzes processes and applies critical thinking skills to the LIS and HIS and EMR systems. Serves as a backup to the LIS staff for new client accounts.
  14. Clerical duties may include using printers, faxes, and sending mail, deliveries to on-campus locations, requisition scanning, handling phone calls, filing, archiving, labeling, sorting, and photocopying.

Other Duties
None

Competencies

  1. Accountability: Accepts full responsibility for self and contribution as a team member; displays honesty and truthfulness; confronts problems quickly; displays a strong commitment to organizational success and inspires others to commit to goals; demonstrates a commitment to National Jewish Health. 
  2. Attention to Detail: Accomplishing tasks by considering all areas involved, no matter how small; showing concern for all aspects of the job; accurately checking processes and tasks; being watchful over a period of time. Setting high standards of performance for self and others; assuming responsibility and accountability for successfully completing assignments or tasks; self-imposing standards of excellence rather than having standards imposed.
  3. Collaboration/Teamwork: Cooperates with others to accomplish common goals; works with employees within and across his/her department to achieve shared goals; treats others with dignity and respect and maintains a friendly demeanor; values the contributions of others.
  4. Informing and Communicating: Clearly conveying information and ideas through a variety of media to individuals or groups in a manner that engages the audience and helps them understand and retain the message.
  5. Initiative: Taking prompt action to accomplish objectives; taking action to achieve goals beyond what is required; being proactive.
  6. Impact and Influence: Using appropriate interpersonal styles and techniques to gain acceptance of ideas or plans; modifying one’s own behavior to accommodate tasks, situations, and individuals involved. Taking advantage of opportunities to make a difference and have an impact. When used well, the intended outcome of this competency is the creation of goodwill, trust, and respect while motivating people to want to follow you even when they don’t have to.

Supervisory or Managerial Responsibility
None

Travel
None

Core Values

  1. Be available to work as scheduled and report to work on time.
  2. Be willing to accept supervision and work well with others.
  3. Be well groomed, appropriately for your role and wear ID Badge visibly.
  4. Be in compliance with all departmental and institutional policies, the Employee Handbook, Code of Conduct and completes NetLearning by due date annually.
  5. Fosters an inclusive workplace where diversity and individual differences are valued and leveraged to achieve the vision and mission of the institution.
  6. Adheres to safe working practices and at all times follows all institutional and departmental safety policies and procedures. 
  7. Wears appropriate PPE as outlined by the infection control policies and procedures.
  8. Demonstrates compliance with all state, federal and all other regulatory agency requirements.

Minimum Qualifications

  1. Education: High school diploma or GED required.
  2. Work Experience: A minimum of 1 year of recent and related hospital, clerical, and medical insurance experience within a healthcare environment required.
  3. Special Training, Certification or Licensure: None

Salary Range: $17.00 – $21.00
 

Release of Information (ROI) Specialist

Position Summary    

This position reports to the Health Information Management Supervisor and is responsible for processing all Release of Information (ROI) requests in compliance with organization policies, HIPAA and State regulations while maintaining the confidentiality of our patients protected health information. In addition to these responsibilities, the ROI Specialist responds to any inquiries coming from phone calls, mail, email, fax, EMR task or in person.  Ensures that only authorized individuals have access to the patients health information and that all releases of information are in compliance with the request.

Essential Duties   

  1. Safeguards and protects the patients right to privacy by ensuring that only authorized individuals have access to the patients medical information and that all releases of information are in compliance with the request, authorization, company policy and HIPAA regulations.
  2. Manages requests utilizing a wide variety of software and applications for medical record information from patients, third party payers and others.
  3. Prioritizes release of information requests, retrieves medical records from active, inactive and interdepartmental locations. Electronically tracks and delivers records in accordance with established procedures. Process requests in a timely and efficient manner within established timeline standards, maintaining quality and accuracy. Work is extremely detailed and requires a high rate of accuracy in order to meet legal requirements.
  4. Maintains in-depth knowledge of all applicable state and federal laws, HIPAA privacy and security regulations, as well as enterprise policies and procedures pertaining to the release of protected health information. Ensure all disclosures are documented and in compliance. Interpret and adhere to legal requirements and established procedures that govern release of information. 
  5. Acts as a liaison between the institution’s physicians and outside attorneys when needed. Communicates with National Jewish Health administration when increased support is needed via National Jewish Health attorneys
  6. Performs self-quality checks on all work to assure accuracy of the release, confidentiality and proper billing/charging.
  7. Utilizes a wide variety of software and applications in order to fulfill requests.

Other Duties    

  1. May perform other duties as assigned to support business needs. 

Competencies   

  1. Accountability: Accepts full responsibility for self and contribution as a team member; displays honesty and truthfulness; confronts problems quickly; displays a strong commitment to organizational success and inspires others to commit to goals; demonstrates a commitment to National Jewish Health.
  2. Adaptability: Maintain a perspective that is ready to change if needed for the common good of the work goals, including adjusting to new work structures and technologies, processes, job requirements, or cultures.  Able to do other department job duties as needed or requested and willing to learn those functions.
  3. Collaboration/Teamwork: Mindful of the common goals of the team and National Jewish Health in regard to applying skill and knowledge to create a team that is friendly and cooperative.  Helping each other reach desired goals.
  4. Customer Focus: Apply skill and knowledge to create satisfaction for physician and others on an ongoing basis without being reactive but proactive to solve challenges.  This includes a great and can do attitude.   
  5. Initiative: Taking prompt action to accomplish objectives; taking action to achieve goals beyond what is required; being proactive.

Supervisory or Managerial Responsibility    

None
 

Travel

None

Core Values    

  1. Be available to work as scheduled and report to work on time.
  2. Be willing to accept supervision and work well with others.
  3. Be well groomed, appropriately for your role and wear ID Badge visibly.
  4. Be in compliance with all departmental and institutional policies, the Employee Handbook, Code of Conduct and completes NetLearning by due date annually.
  5. Fosters an inclusive workplace where diversity and individual differences are valued and leveraged to achieve the vision and mission of the institution.
  6. Adheres to safe working practices and at all times follows all institutional and departmental safety policies and procedures. 
  7. Wears appropriate PPE as outlined by the infection control policies and procedures.
  8. Demonstrates compliance with all state, federal and all other regulatory agency requirements.

Minimum Qualifications

  1. Education: High school diploma or equivalent required.  
  2. Work Experience: A minimum of one (1) year experience in a healthcare setting required. Prior experience in HIM Department related to record maintenance completion or release of information preferred.
  3. Special Training, Certification or Licensure: Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel preferred. AHIMA-credentialed applicants (RHIA or RHIT credential) preferred. 

Salary Range: $17.29 – $20.00 

Digital Equity Program Manager

To establish and manage a digital equity program at Catholic Charities of Central Colorado. The program will provide access to technology and training in using that technology in order to enhance the stability of individuals and families. The two elements of programming include classes in digital equity and technical support to individuals using technology. The computer lab at the Hanifen Center and a mobile classroom will be used in delivering the program.

Essential Duties

Competencies

Work Environment

This description is not intended, and should not be construed, to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, skills, efforts, or working conditions associated with this job. It is intended to be an accurate reflection of the principal job elements essential for making compensation decisions. 

Grants Manager

 Full Job posting can be found at: CSHF Job Opportunity  

 Position Summary:

The Grants Manager role is responsible for leading grantmaking operations and maximizing use of the Foundation’s communications infrastructure.  

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

· Responsible for grantmaking operations including grants database administration, which entails but is not limited to: creating grant opportunity processes
(application and follow-up reports); processing incoming grant applications, decisions, agreements and reports; ensuring grant database integrity and
accuracy; updating organizational/applicant information; providing technical assistance to applicants and funded partners related to database login credentials and other grant portal needs.
 

· Participating in conversations with potential or current funded partners; Attending and fully engaging in site visits; Participating in community meetings. 

· Creating and running grant reports; Designing and analyzing CSHF grantmaking activities and creating visual representations of these analyses to be used
with board, staff, funded partners, City Council and broader community stakeholders.
 

· Maintaining and fully utilizing the Foundation external communications infrastructure, which includes but is not limited to: maintaining the Foundation’s communications distribution list; developing and disseminating Foundation communications; supporting Foundation learning sessions; and updating the Foundation’s website. 

· Responsible for maintaining and leveraging the Foundation’s office communications technology, which requires working closely with our contract information technology expert, website designers, and communications consultants, as well as other contracted professionals.  

· Provides administrative support to the office, other staff and board of trustees.  

· Reviews grant applications. 

· Serves as primary contact with vendor (Foundant), staff, applicants and funded partners to troubleshoot and resolve technology issues. 

· Train staff in latest best practices and updates related to grants management system. 

· Maintain and update the website. 

· Maintain and ensure accuracy of communications distribution list (Mailchimp). 

· Create and distribute communications through
Mailchimp or similar technology.
 

· Schedule/coordinate meetings on behalf of board and staff. 

· Maintain office supplies and equipment.  

· Other assigned duties as assigned. 

 Knowledge, Skills, Experience and Abilities

· Bachelor’s degree preferred. 

· Experience with grants management software and/or databases, Foundant preferred.  

· Proficient in Excel. 

· Strong analytic skills including designing, executing and interpreting data analyses using Excel or similar software programs. 

· Technical skills including the ability to transform data into meaningful graphs and charts. 

· Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail. 

· Strong interpersonal skills.  

· Strong customer service skills. 

· Proactive and action oriented. 

· Ability to independently think and execute with limited direction and in a team environment. 

· Ability to develop effective professional relationships with colleagues, peers, funded partners and community members.  

· Familiarity with El Paso and/or Teller County communities. 

· Bilingual in English and Spanish a plus.
 

Work Environment

· The position is an in-person position, with periodic travel within El Paso and Teller Counties. 

· Employee will need to maintain a valid driver’s license and be able to drive a car.  

· Occasional lifting and carrying of objects up to 20 pounds.  

· Daily communication via phone.  

· Frequent extended hours in front of a computer screen.  

Additional Eligibility Qualifications:

· Must be authorized to work in the United States. 

· All offers of employment are contingent upon clear results of a background check. All background checks will be administered according to applicable law.   

Volunteer Support Specialist – Denver Metro Area – Girl Scouts of Colorado

GSCO celebrates diversity and values the strengths that come with having a diverse community. People from historically marginalized groups are strongly encouraged to apply.

Girl Scouts of Colorado offers amazing opportunities for talented, forward-thinking, innovative individuals who share our vision of helping girls and young women change the world for the better.

Girl Scouts has been equipping girls to achieve their full potential more than 100 years-and today, Girl Scouts stands as the preeminent leadership development organization for girls, with 2.5 million members across the nation and around the globe.

At Girl Scouts of Colorado, we serve more than 20,000 members and we believe all girls should have the opportunity to reach their full potential and all girls have the power to change the world.

GSCO celebrates diversity and values the strengths that come with having a diverse community. People from other historically marginalized groups are strongly encouraged to apply.

Here’s your opportunity to enhance your career while making a difference in girls’ lives and in the world!

You will be joining a supportive and flexible work environment with team members who work together to champion girl ambition. We are on a mission to build girls of courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place. The right candidate won’t just be promoting a program. Their work will impact and change future generations!

What is a Volunteer Support Specialist?

The Volunteer Support Specialist is responsible for duties relating to the onboarding and retention of volunteers and girl members. Responsible for implementing and assessing comprehensive year-round membership support strategies that increase girl and volunteer membership and enhance retention. The Volunteer Support Specialist develops and works closely with teams of service unit volunteers and direct-service volunteers to ensure they have the necessary resources to provide high-quality program experiences to girls. Frequent travel required. In greater detail, please see below:

**It is required that this Membership Specialist resides within (or very close proximity to) Metro Denver, Colorado, USA.

Other Responsibilities

JOB QUALIFICATIONS

EDUCATIONAL OR FORMAL TRAINING

EXPERIENCE

MATERIAL AND EQUIPMENT DIRECTLY USED

WORKING ENVIRONMENT/PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES

Salary

Benefits

We encourage applications from individuals with diverse backgrounds, including people with disabilities. Our workplace is inclusive, and we strive to create an accessible and accommodating environment for all employees. We comply with all applicable laws and regulations regarding accommodations for disabilities, including the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). If you are invited to interview and require accommodations, please inform us in advance so that we can make the necessary arrangements to ensure a smooth and accessible interview experience. If you have questions about accessibility or need assistance with the application process, please contact Human Resources at careers@gscolorado.org or 877-404-5708. We are here to help.

Girl Scouts of Colorado celebrates diversity and values the strengths that come with having a diverse community. People from historically marginalized groups are strongly encouraged to apply.

Girl Scouts of Colorado (GSCO) is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Prohibits Discrimination and Harassment of Any Kind: GSCO is committed to the principle of equal employment opportunity for all employees and to providing employees with a work environment free of discrimination and harassment. All employment decisions at GSCO are based on business needs, job requirements and individual qualifications, without regard to race, color, religion or belief, national, social or ethnic origin, sex (including pregnancy), age, physical, mental or sensory disability, HIV Status, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, marital, civil union or domestic partnership status, past or present military service, family medical history or genetic information, family or parental status, or any other status protected by the laws or regulations where we operate. GSCO will not tolerate discrimination or harassment based on any of these characteristics.

For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website.

https://girlscoutsco.workbrightats.com/jobs/1044319-286892.html

Assistant to the Director

Position: Assistant to the Director

Application Deadline: December 20, 2023

Start Date: January 31, 2024

Compensation: $23-$24/hour

Classification status: Full-time, non-exempt

Work schedule: 35 hours per week, hybrid with some onsite required

Benefits include: Health, Dental and Vision Insurance, Vacation and Sick Time, Paid Holidays, Transit, Short- and Long-Term Disability and Life Insurance, Retirement, and other additional benefits

Position summary

The Clyfford Still Museum seeks an Assistant to the Director. The candidate provides executive support for curatorial and administrative matters and manages administrative needs for the Museum’s office. The ideal candidate will be highly organized and collaborative. The candidate will be joining the museum during a critical period of transformation.

Reporting Relationship

This position reports to the Director and Chief of Staff while working cooperatively with all departments.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:

The position has two key areas of responsibility:

Executive and Curatorial Administrative Support:

Office Manager:

Qualifications

Special Considerations (Work Environment, Schedule, Required Travel, etc.)

Physical Factors

Please send a resume, cover letter and references to hr@clyffordstillmuseum.org. Include job title in the subject line.

Diversity and Inclusion – The Clyfford Still Museum is committed to building a diverse staff to serve the needs of our visitors. We encourage individuals of all backgrounds to apply.

Non-Discrimination Statement – The Clyfford Still Museum bases its employment decisions on job- related qualifications and ability to perform a job, and therefore prohibits (a) making employment decisions or basing terms and conditions of employment, and (b) making contracting, admissions or facility use decisions or basing terms and conditions of contract or facility use on the basis of a person’s: race, creed, color, religion, sex, age 40 and over, height, weight, national origin, ancestry or ethnicity, sexual orientation, transgender status or gender identity or expression, marital status, military or veteran status, political affiliation, genetic information, or disability, as well as any other basis now or in the future protected by federal, state or local law, ordinance or regulation. The Museum follows this policy in all terms and conditions of employment including, without limitation, recruitment, hiring, testing, training, certification, opportunities for advancement, promotions, demotions, terminations, performance evaluations, compensation, and leaves. The Museum expressly prohibits retaliation against anyone who brings a complaint of discrimination or who assists the Museum in the investigation of a complaint of discrimination.

Family Advocate – Family Wellness

Summary/objective:

The primary role of this position is to fulfill the essential resident coaching services for 16-32 Warren Village families.

Additionally, this position is a member of the Family Services Department. The Family Wellness team develops program components, coordinates services, and develops
individual plans encompassing children, youth, families, physical and mental health, youth accessibility services, evening programming and 2 ife-Skills class coordination, onsite youth enrichment programming, building inclusive community, and opportunities for increased connectedness to enhance the self-sufficiency of Warren Village residents.

Warren Village recognizes that our backgrounds are broad, and our talents are many, from different lived experiences. We value and leverage our differences to encompass and reflect the communities we serve. We align our policies, practices and resources so that people of all races, cultures, identities and socioeconomic status may feel valued and respected.

Essential Functions and Responsibilities:

· Implements Warren Village mission through coaching activities with 16-32 program participants; monitor and document progress on individualized plans.

· Utilizing a Mobility Mentoring approach, conducts detailed Bridge to Self-Sufficiency assessments to identify each family’s strengths, needs and establish individual
mobility goals related to upward economic mobility, including housing, budgeting, career and education, childcare, health care and more.

· Works directly and collaboratively with residents for greater opportunities and access to health services including, but not limited to, physical health services, mental health services, and youth disability services coordination.

· Works directly and collaboratively with residents seeking or participating in services for school-age children including, but not limited to, onsite youth enrichment programming, school enrollment, and school readiness and educational supports for children.

· Work directly and collaboratively with residents seeking support for early childhood services including, but not limited to, parenting support, childcare enrollment, and benefit navigation of CCAP (Colorado Childcare Assistance Program)

· With a focus on equity and inclusion, work directly and collaboratively with residents to build and nurture an empowered community, and increase participation in resident programming such as Resident Advisory Committee, Family Voice, LEAD, or other community groups.

· Maintains a strong sense of emotional intelligence, reliability and flexibility to navigate complex issues at any given time without judgement.

· Communicates effectively to a wide array of audiences from participants to external stakeholders.

· Completes timely and accurate service documentation; maintains data management records and assists with program reporting tracking elements.

· Assists participants through problem solving, direct support, intervention, de-escalation and mediation as necessary.

· Utilizes a trauma-sensitive, coaching and 2Gen orientation in work with participants.

· Exhibits resourcefulness and ensures proper referrals are made in collaboration with internal and external resources.

· Assist with applicant admission process, including, but not limited to conducting two to three assessment interviews per week and participating in assessment review
meetings.

· Complete necessary reporting requirements including biopsychosocial intake assessments, case notes and progress reports.

· Assist with intern supervision.

Other duties as assigned.

Competencies:

§ Implements Warren Village mission through coaching activities with 16-32 program participants; monitor and document progress on individualized plans.

§ Utilizing a Mobility Mentoring approach, conducts detailed Bridge to Self-Sufficiency assessments to identify each family’s strengths, needs and establish individual
mobility goals related to upward economic mobility, including housing, budgeting, career and education, childcare, health care and more.

§ Works directly and collaboratively with residents for greater opportunities and access to health services including, but not limited to, physical health services, mental health services, and youth disability services coordination.

§ Works directly and collaboratively with residents seeking or participating in services for school-age children including, but not limited to, onsite youth enrichment programming, school enrollment, and school readiness and educational supports for children.

§ Work directly and collaboratively with residents seeking support for early childhood services including, but not limited to, parenting support, childcare enrollment, and benefit navigation of CCAP (Colorado Childcare Assistance Program)

§ With a focus on equity and inclusion, work directly and collaboratively with residents to build and nurture an empowered community, and increase participation in resident programming such as Resident Advisory Committee, Family Voice, LEAD, or other community groups.

§ Maintains a strong sense of emotional intelligence, reliability and flexibility to navigate complex issues at any given time without judgement.

§ Communicates effectively to a wide array of audiences from participants to external stakeholders.

§ Completes timely and accurate service documentation; maintains data management records and assists with program reporting tracking elements.

§ Assists participants through problem solving, direct support, intervention, de-escalation and mediation as necessary.

§ Utilizes a trauma-sensitive, coaching and 2Gen orientation in work with participants.

§ Exhibits resourcefulness and ensures proper referrals are made in collaboration with internal and external resources.

§ Assist with applicant admission process, including, but not limited to conducting two to three assessment interviews per week and participating in assessment review meetings.

§ Complete necessary reporting requirements including biopsychosocial intake assessments, case notes and progress reports.