Colorado Nonprofit Association

Chief Financial and Administrative Officer

The Center for Improving Value in Health Care (CIVHC) seeks a dynamic, distinguished executive to serve as its inaugural Chief Financial and Administrative Officer (CFAO). This is a unique leadership opportunity to improve health and health care for all Coloradans.

Based in Denver, Colorado, CIVHC is a growing nonprofit that works extensively with the State of Colorado and other partners nationwide. Their mission is to equip partners and communities in Colorado and nationwide with the resources, services and unbiased data needed to improve health and health care. They work to ensure that everyone has the opportunity to be healthy and has access to equitable, affordable, high-quality health care. As the administrator of the Colorado All Payer Claims Database (APCD), CIVHC is part of a small but expanding industry using comprehensive claims data to derive insights and support improvements in the health care system.

All-Payer Payer Claims Databases (APCDs) exist to collect and analyze healthcare claims data from multiple sources, including commercial health insurers, Medicare, and Medicaid. APCDs aim to provide a comprehensive
view of health care utilization and spending in a given geographic area or state, allowing policymakers, researchers, and others to identify trends, inefficiencies, and opportunities to improve care and reduce costs. The data collected can also be used to support efforts to monitor and address health disparities, improve quality of care, and promote transparency and accountability in the healthcare system.

The Chief Financial and Administrative Officer (CFAO) will work directly with the CEO and will be responsible for developing and implementing the organization’s financial strategy and overseeing CIVHC’s administrative
processes. The CFAO will work closely with the CEO to execute the organization’s strategic plan with an eye toward long-term sustainability and collaborate with staff and other partners to build a supportive and inclusive
organizational culture. The CFAO will have high-level oversight of, and overall responsibility for finance, client services and state contracts, communications and marketing, as well as internal business operations, including human resources and information technology.

The ideal candidate should have 10 years of experience in a similar role or a master’s degree in finance or accounting. They must have a minimum of ten years of progressive financial senior management experience, knowledge of contract/grant budgeting/reporting procedures and requirements, experience in building and leading high-performing teams, and a partnership mentality.

Executive Director

NBH is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that supports families impacted by prematurity through education, advocacy and support programs that seek to improve outcomes for premature infants. NBH is looking for a dynamic, mission-driven leader to take us to the next phase of our strategic plan. We support a collaborative work environment to build networks and partnerships to better serve the Colorado community. The Board of Directors encourages and supports community involvement and personal growth.

For more information about Newborn Hope, our mission and programs:

The Executive Director is responsible for leadership and management of all daily operations of Newborn Hope and delivering the mission of the organization. The position reports to the Board of Directors and works closely with the Executive Committee. The Executive Director is additionally responsible for strategically growing the organization’s impact, programs and funding.

The Executive Director position for Newborn Hope is part-time, 30 hours per week.

The major responsibilities of this include, but are not limited to:
• Act as the primary spokesperson for the organization; establish and maintain ongoing effective communication with all stakeholders.
• Provide motivation leadership for the Board of Directors and staff.
• Ensure all activities and communications are implemented within established policies, guidelines, state and federal laws at the highest of ethical standards.
• Development and execution of an annual budget.
• Create and manage annual marketing and development fundraising plans that will increase the overall awareness and funding resources of the organization in the community.
• Provide leadership and collaboration with community partners in program development to increase scope and impact of the Preemie Family Assistance Fund, NICU Consortium Partnership, and organization’s grassroots initiatives.
• Monitor contracts, memorandums, and agreements with partner organizations and vendors.
• Develop data driven metrics and surveys to evaluate programs and special events, as determined by the Board of Directors.
• Collaborate with and support NBH VP of Finance / Development Associate as needed when producing financial reports.

•Carry out duties as directed by the Board of Directors.

Operational and Organization Leadership:
• Manage the daily responsibilities of the organization.
• Monitor goals and outcomes as set by the strategic plan and report to the Board as to the progress.
• Ability to think creatively, making informed and educated decisions, sometimes critical in nature.

Fund Development and Financial Oversight:
• Strategize to stabilize and increase funding base.
• Lead a multi-layered approach to resource development.
• Activate the Board of Directors and volunteers in the development of community relationships for both program partners and prospective donors.
• Seek, secure and manage grant opportunities.
• Manage donor recognition and acknowledgment.
• Adhere to established policies and procedures, bylaws, guidelines, laws, and ethical standards.
• Manage special events, including sponsorship solicitation and renewals, logistics, live and silent auction, and acknowledgment records.
• Ability to work in a professional manner with a high degree of confidentiality.

• Work with the Preemie Family Assistance Fund (PFAF) Committee to review grant applications monthly and process the grant awards.
• Coordinate quarterly webinars with the Leadership Committee of the NICU Consortium Partnership to bring valuable content to the membership and community.
• Organize and implement program communications for the NICU Consortium Partnership including constant contact, event registration, and speaker topics/presentations.
• Coordinate with volunteers to disseminate NBH Scent Hearts and Resting Gowns as part of grassroots initiatives.
• Collaborate with community partners and build new partnerships to effectively provide the needed programming for the community and assess existing programs.

• Maintain active involvement in the community, including the greater nonprofit community to enhance visibility and present of NBH.
• Effectively communicate the vision and strategy of the organization, and build rapport with various audiences.
• Ability to write persuasive communications to build a strong case statement for NBH and its programs and services.
• Ability to create marketing forms and letters for donor acquisition, and create sponsorship packets and marketing materials.
• Write content for website, social media, press releases, agency brochures, etc. and maintain relevance of the website and its program pages.
• Work with volunteer graphic designer to create invitations, event logos, banners, and website design that is consistent with organization brand.

• Open-minded and inclusive

• Strategic
• Engaging and charismatic
• Strong leadership skills
• Excellent communicator
• Creative
• Good listener and relationship-builder
• Approachable
• Accountable

• Four-year degree in business, nonprofit, or related field.
• Three to five years related work experience in the nonprofit sector with a demonstrated track record in fundraising, grant writing, strategic management, as well as experience leading and managing people, projects, and/or programs.
• Or, an equal combination of education and work experience.
• Proficient in MS Office programs
• Ability to work from home with required computer, printer, and adequate work space.
• Flexible to talk and work with board members / volunteers at times when conducive with their schedules in order to adhere to project timelines.

Human Resource Manager

 Job Title: Manager of Human Resources  

Department: Human Resources 

Reports To: Executive Director 

Location: 1550 Dover Street, Lakewood, Colorado 80214 

Hours: Monday- Friday 8am-4:30pm, some weekends 

FLSA Status: Exempt 

Salary: $50,000-$63,000
per year based on experience

Schedule: 40
hours per week at a minimum

Updated: April
19, 2023


An HR Manager must be an experienced professional with
knowledge of matters concerning HR departments.
The goal is to ensure that all HR
needs of the company are being met and are aligned will all business objectives,
working with a factional HR consultant when necessary.



· Identifies legal requirements and government reporting regulations affecting human resources
functions and ensures policies, procedures, and reporting compliance.

· Assists department directors to fill vacant positions. 

· Keeps records of benefits plans participation such as insurance and pension plan, personnel
transactions such as hires, promotions, transfers, performance reviews, and
terminations, and employee statistics for government reporting.

· Advises management in appropriate resolution of employee relations issues. 

· Responds to inquiries regarding policies, procedures, and programs. 

· Administers performance review program to ensure effectiveness, compliance, and equity
within organization.

· Administers salary administration program to ensure compliance and equity within

· Administers benefits programs such as life, health, dental, and disability insurances,
pension plans, vacation, sick leave, leave of absence, and employee assistance.

· Helps prepare budget for human resources. 

· Responds to employee complaints and concerns. 

· Prepares employee separation notices and related documentation, and conducts exit interviews to
determine reasons behind separation.

· Represents organization at personnel-related hearings and investigations. 

· Reviews or directs review of personnel records to determine names, rates of pay, and occupations
of newly hired workers, and changes in wage rates and occupations of employees
on payroll.

· Direct preparation of government reports. 

· Interprets company policies and government regulations affecting payroll procedures. 

· Ensure filings of 5500’s, 1095 forms yearly. 

· Must be discreet when handling sensitive information.  



This position supervises the Human Resource



· Proven experience as HR Manager 

· Excellent communication skills (written and verbal), grammar, and reasoning skills 

· Ability to handle confidential and sensitive information without breach 

· Strong knowledge of human resource management principles and best practices 

· Knowledge of data analysis and reporting 

· Diligent and firm with high ethical standards 


BSc/BA in human resources, business administration or
relevant field; MSc/MA in human resources will be a plus or equivalent years of
experience in a non-profit setting.
certification is a plus.



to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance
instructions, and procedure manuals. Ability to
write routine reports and correspondence. Ability to speak effectively before groups of customers or employees of an organization. 


to calculate figures and amounts such as discounts, interest, commissions,
proportions, percentages, area, circumference, and volume.
Ability to apply concepts of basic algebra
and geometry.



to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in
situations where only limited standardization exists. Ability to interpret a
variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.



· Validdriver’s license, proof of motor vehicle insurance. Must be able to be insured by Bayaud’s motor
vehicle insurance carrier. 




The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by
an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities
to perform the essential functions.


While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit
and use hands.
The employee frequently
is required to talk or hear; the employee is occasionally required to stand, walk,
reach with hands and arms, kneel. The
employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.
Specific vision abilities by this job
include: close vision, distance vision, and ability to adjust focus.



work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an
employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities
to perform the essential functions.

noise level in the work environment is usually quiet.

· Travel: Minimal 


position is eligible for an “Alternative Work Plan”.
Some duties and responsibilities may be
conducted outside of the office setting.

Enterprises is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are
committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. Our goal is
to be a diverse workforce that is representative, at all job levels, of the
people we serve.


Position Overview

The NSCD CEO is a demonstrated visionary; a strategic leader with the highest levels of integrity and authenticity, who is passionate about and committed to the NSCD mission. The CEO is an inclusive leader, respectful and engaged with a collaborative management style and a proactive focus on results and opportunities.

The CEO is responsible for the long-term success of the Agency. The CEO serves as head fundraiser for the non-profit 501(c)(3), and oversees the execution of day-to-day operations and the Agency’s consistent achievement of mission and financial objectives. The CEO is accountable to the NSCD Board of Trustees (“Board”) for strategic planning, settingand achieving performance targets, financial and operations management including service delivery, fundraising/revenue, and expense management, and employee performance.

Job Duties

The job duties of this position are performed personally, in cooperation with the Board of Trustees, and/or in coordination with other staff. Additional work functions and duties may be assigned.

Leadership, Strategic Planning, Consensus Building

• Provide leadership in the development and expansion of the overall Agency.

• Be a key strategic thinker in assuring the Agency has long-range strategies which will enable the NSCD to achieve its mission and goals. Develop short- and long-term strategic plans in close collaboration with the Board of Trustees and leadership team.

• Monitor progress toward achievement of strategic plans and operational goals, and make adjustments as necessary.

• Build an environment of consensus and collaboration.

• Inspire and lead the NSCD leadership team and staff, creating a culture of accessibility, boldness, fun, inclusivity, innovation, and passion.

Workforce Management & Operational Excellence

• Assure that annual operating plans and policies are implemented and oversee the execution of the Agency’s day-to-day operations.

• Ensure consistent, responsive, and safe delivery of high-quality programs, services, and measurement of performance outcomes.

• Manage and supervise the Operations & Communications Director, Program Director, Development Director, Competition Center Director, and Finance/HR Director.

• Assure staff development and education and facilitate a team approach to organizational development.

• Maintain a mission driven culture which attracts, keeps, and motivates a diverse staff of high-quality individuals.

• Assure that sound human resource practices are maintained.

Fundraising, Donor Stewardship and Revenue Generation

• With development staff, develop an annual fundraising plan.

• Lead donor stewardship initiatives.

• Identify and cultivate new funding sources including foundations, individuals, and corporations to develop and grow financial support to the organization.

External Relationships & Partnerships/Local & National Visibility

• Act as the main Agency spokesperson in the community and media.

• Develop and maintain strong collaborative relationships and cooperative partnerships with key organizations, community leaders, participants and their families, and volunteers.

• Ensure strong visibility for the NSCD locally and nationally. Increase community awareness, participation, and commitment.

• Maintain leadership role in the adaptive recreation field both locally and nationally.

Financial Management & Compliance

• Work with the staff in preparing the Agency’s annual operational budget and see that the Agency operates within budget guidelines.

• Maintain excellent financial practices and assure Agency compliance with all contracts, grant agreements, and regulatory standards.

• Assure timely report to the Board of Trustees and funders.

Board of Trustees

• Provide leadership and support to the Board, its trustees, and committees to facilitate excellent governance.

• Prepare and present regular reports to the Board to keep them informed of the Agency’s plans, challenges, and opportunities.

Professional Performance

• Adhere to all Personnel Policies and Procedures for the Agency.

• Maintain professional standards of performance, demeanor, and appearance at all times; act as a role model both at and away from the Agency.

• Maintain a creative, team-building approach to job performance and seek to bring a constructive, problem-solving orientation to all tasks.

• Promote a positive culture of trust, collaboration, and respect for others.

• Perform all tasks and responsibilities with attention to detail and in a complete and timely manner, complying with agency policies and standards and conforming to the scheduling requirements of the job and program.

• Maintain an awareness of the Agency’s mission and work to promote the positive individual and social change goals it embodies.

• Exercise discretion and professional judgment at all times keeping with the responsibilities carried personally and by the Agency for the care and welfare of the clients; act with honesty and integrity in all aspects of Agency business.

• Actively strive to upgrade professional skills through engaging in appropriate professional training and experience.

• Actively strive to create and maintain a culturally sensitive and appropriate environment through communication and interaction that demonstrates respect for diversity.

Other duties may be assigned


Strategy Development

• Ability to implement organization vision, mission, values, and strategic plan.

• Experience in working with, training, and motivating a Board of Trustees to achieve significant fundraising results in support of the organization’s strategy.

• Strategic thinker who communicates professionally and effectively with diverse staff, volunteers, donors, prospects, and community stakeholders.


• At least seven years of executive level experience in fundraising including a substantial track record of cultivating, soliciting, and stewarding major donors; campaign experience in capital or comprehensive campaigns, and working knowledge of planned giving.

• Experience in leading fundraising function and enhancing effectiveness and results.

• Proven experience in building relationships with individuals, foundation, and corporate donors.


• Passion for adaptive outdoor recreation and sports.

• Ability to develop effective working relationships with, and inspire the trust of, staff and various internal and external constituents, including donors.

• Excellent leadership skills: ability to motivate and lead through collaboration and cooperation.

• Excellent communication and interpersonal skills along with a strong track record of personal and professional integrity and accomplishments.


• Given the purpose and participant base of the NSCD, firsthand experience with, or caregiving for a person with, a disability is strongly preferred.

• Bachelor’s degree in a related field; advanced degree preferred.

• At least seven years of experience in executive level leadership, team building, budget management, strategic planning, and working with a Board of Trustees.

• Must be computer proficient and possess experience of Microsoft Office Suite and other relevant software systems.

• Ability to handle multiple tasks, and to assess and change priorities based upon organizational needs.

• Ability to work with a high degree of autonomy, initiative, and exercise personal judgment in a fast-paced environment

• Superior skills to organize, plan, and execute the full scope of required programs.

• Candidates must possess a Colorado driver’s license, meet background check criteria and criteria regarding clearance to drive NSCD vehicles.

Work Schedule

This is an office-based position, Monday – Friday from 8am-5pm with some opportunity to work remotely part of the time. Weekend or evening hours may be required based on organizational needs. A presence is needed in both Denver and Winter Park Offices. Incumbent will be expected to go between offices as needed.


The base salary range for this position is $145,000 – $160,000, plus performance-based variable pay. Actual compensation will vary and may be above or below the range based on various factors including but not limited to experience, education, training, and performance. The range listed is just one component of NSCD’s total compensation package for employees.

NSCD provides a comprehensive benefits plan including employer sponsored medical and dental benefits, employer paid life insurance and disability benefits, paid vacation, paid sick leave, paid holidays and employees may participate in the 403b retirement plan. Benefit eligibility varies depending on your employment status and the number of hours you are regularly scheduled to work.

Physical Requirements:

• Dexterity, auditory and visual acuity to operate computers and phones or mobile devices.

• Auditory and visual acuity to interact with guests, sponsors, donors and clients on a daily basis.

• Able to work for long periods of time without break during the conduct of presentations, meetings and events.

• Able to lift 25 lbs. with minimal assistance.

• Able to work outside year-round in varying conditions.

Executive Leadership


Our interim ED has led the organization since January 2022. These have been exciting
and challenging times, including living through and emerging from the pandemic,
moving to a hybrid and in-person way of meeting and communicating, growing our
network through the addition of our ninth member group — North Dakota Native Vote —
as well as a new organizing project in Nebraska, shifting priorities among our members,
a number of board and staff changes, and internal discussions about ways to fulfill our
intentions for a comprehensive DEI (Diversity, Equity, Inclusion) process at all levels of
the organization and network. In other words, this is a time of growth, challenge, and
opportunity at WORC.

You will play a key role in navigating this terrain and will lead the organization and
network in building strong relationships rooted in our core strategies, aligned values,
and a shared vision for continuing to build grassroots power across WORC’s region.
Working with network member groups, our Executive Director(s) will help create and
execute a collective vision for our work and provide motivation and support to our staff
team in service of those goals. The Executive Director(s) will partner with the WORC
board, which sets the organizational direction, priorities, and budget, and lead the
WORC staff team to carry out the organization’s campaign, program, and fundraising

Leadership, Strategy, and Values

Staff Management and Organizational Wellbeing

Board and Governance

Fundraising, Budgeting, and Financial Management


We seek candidates who value the power of grassroots community organizing, embrace
our mission and guiding principles, and bring substantial experience in key areas.

Required Qualifications:

Desired Qualifications:

Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

Center for Work Education and Employment CEO Position Guide

Title: Chief Executive Officer (CEO)
Reports To: Board of Directors
Location: Denver, Colorado


CWEE fosters personal and professional transformation for low-income families through confidence building, customized skills training, and career advancement.

What is the Center for Work Education and Employment?

Founded in 1982, the Center for Work Education and Employment (CWEE) is one of Denver’s leading workforce and anti-poverty organizations. CWEE provides personal and professional support to address each career seeker’s unique challenges and to facilitate a supportive path to long-term employment success. CWEE’s mission is to foster personal and professional transformation for low-income families through confidence building, customized skills training, and career advancement. CWEE believes that regardless of personal situations and other barriers to employment, when an appropriate level of education and support is provided, individuals can and will succeed.

The values that drive CWEE’s mission of helping individuals succeed also drive CWEE’s approach to organizational management and employee development, which is informed by a motivation-driven coaching model. CWEE embraces a culture of organizational learning and continuous quality improvement while centering trauma-informed care and wellness at all levels of the organization.

CWEE serves a large and diverse group of low-income families, most of whom receive Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) and are referred to CWEE by the county offices that administer public assistance programs. CWEE provides digital skills training, job readiness and employment support that is personalized to the needs of each career seeker. CWEE works with participants to overcome the barriers they face to succeed at work, including supporting people to complete their high school equivalency, gain professional skills, and access resources such as transportation, childcare, mental health counseling and much more.

The Opportunity

The CEO, guided by CWEE’s mission, provides strategic direction and leadership, ensures financial sustainability via contract management and philanthropy, and supports the Board of Directors in fulfilling their governance functions. This role provides organizational oversight for a growing nonprofit organization with a $5 million annual budget and 40+ employees. Leading an executive management team and working closely with the Board of Directors, the CEO articulates and embodies the mission of the organization and defines and adapts the strategy so that CWEE can continue to guide career seekers toward a fulfilling career and stable economic future.

Candidate Profile

The CEO is accountable to the Board of Directors and reports to the Board of Directors Chair. This role oversees the Executive Management Team, the Development Team and various contractors, including an accountant and grant writing firm.

CWEE is seeking an experienced leader with strong business acumen, high emotional intelligence and a desire to lead a learning organization committed to informed decision making that engages structured input from across a variety of CWEE stakeholders.

Key Skills and Attributes:

Executive Leadership
Provide strategic and visionary leadership to support the Board, staff, participants, volunteers, donors, stakeholders, and other constituents in fostering
personal and professional transformation for low-income families. Provide consistent, meaningful executive presence at all levels of the organization. Lead,
manage and communicate activities to implement strategic and annual plans in a manner that is inclusive and empowering. Initiate a planning process
designed to codify CWEE’s emerging hybrid program model.

Organizational Management
Champion CWEE’s culture as a learning organization grounded in the principles of institutional wellness and the practice of motivation driven coaching.
Oversee, evaluate and make modifications to an evolving model of hybrid program service delivery. Ensure that program structure, service delivery methods
and staff development efforts are continually updated and guided by evolving best practice. Drive robust performance monitoring and reporting systems to
inform service delivery and contract compliance. Develop a dashboard to be utilized across the organization to regularly monitor key performance indicators.

Financial and Contract Management
Run a fiscally strong organization, ensuring resources are well-managed and efficiently deployed. Work closely with and supervise the accountant, leading
annual budget process and regular budget updates to the Board of Directors and other key stakeholders. Serve as the main point of contact for government
contracts and manage annual contract negotiations. Oversee the work of the grants contractor, including reviewing and contributing to grant proposals and
assisting regularly in grant reporting. Identify and secure funding opportunities that are aligned with program goals.

Board Governance
Understand nonprofit governance and support the Board’s development and growth. Maintain regular and ongoing communication to build strong
relationships with all board members, providing leadership to individuals and committees. Guide meetings, planning and project timelines, ensuring
organizational progress. Understand motivation of Board members and seek opportunities to connect the Board to the mission through volunteering and
engagement with CWEE staff and participants.

Fundraising and Relationship Development
Drives fundraising efforts in collaboration with the Development Team, leverages the Board of Directors and key partners. Builds effective and lasting
relationships that translate into successful collaborations, impactful partnerships and fundraising results. Understands the dynamics of public/private
partnerships and skilled at influencing policy with implications for CWEE services.


This individual will demonstrate a career path of progressive leadership which includes some experience with the nonprofit sector and a background that includes strategic thinking and planning.This individual will bring a strong commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion and willingness to engage and empower staff. The successful candidate is skilled at leading effectively within a fluid and dynamic environment and brings experience building durable relationships with partners, policymakers, donors, stakeholders and other constituencies. Experience working with active governing boards that are responsible for setting policies and working collaboratively with senior leadership is important.


Position Status: Full-time, Exempt
Hiring Range: $170,000 – $190,000/annually
Work Environment: This is an onsite position in Denver, Colorado
Benefits: Full benefits including three weeks of vacation, every other Friday off, paid health days, paid family and medical leave, retirement match, health, dental and vision insurance, healthcare and dependent care flexible spending accounts, life insurance, disability benefits, comprehensive parenting benefits through Maven and a CWEE-issued laptop

How to apply

Send cover letter and resume to Please indicate ‘Chief Executive Officer’ in the subject line no later than Monday, June 5th at 8:00am. Materials will be reviewed and interviews scheduled as qualified applications are received.

CWEE is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to a policy of non-discrimination and equal opportunity for all qualified applicants. Applicants of any and all backgrounds are encouraged to apply. 

Director of Programs

Reports to: President/CEO

Direct Reports: Program Managers for Adult Education, Navigation Programs, and Youth and Early Childhood Programs

Location: Hybrid position working out of Spring Institute’s main office, home, and supporting and visiting program locations in the Denver Metro Area
as needed

Status: Full-time, exempt, salaried position

Salary Range: $76,000 – $86,000

Organization: Founded in 1979, Spring Institute for Intercultural Learning is a nationally recognized provider of effective intercultural learning programs and
services. Spring Institute runs a number of programs and services to support Colorado’s immigrant and refugee community and to fulfill its mission of empowering people and organizations to succeed across languages and cultures.

Role: The Director of Programs ensures funding for and overall management of Spring Institute’s grant-funded
programs including Adult Education, Navigation Programs, and Youth and Early Childhood Programs. The Director of Programs is a member of the
Executive Management Team, together with the President/CEO and COO, and participates in discussions and decisions on issues of organizational management
and overall organizational health. The Director of Programs serves as liaison between Spring Institute and supporting or partnering agencies, both in current and prospective collaborations.

Major Duties and Responsibilities:

Fundraising for Program Sustainability and Growth (50%)

Program Manager Supervision and Development (35%)

Executive Management (15%)

Required Education and Experience

Desired Education and Experience

This job description is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities or qualifications associated with the job.

Spring Institute for Intercultural Learning is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Director of Fundraising and Adminstration

Job Summary:

Colorado Civic Engagement Roundtable (CCER) seeks a Director of Development and Administration to direct CCER’s operations to make sure we achieve our goals effectively and efficiently. The ideal candidate will be a strategic thinker, problem-solver, with ability to work independently and take initiative to get the job done. The Director of Development and Administration will work side-by-side with the Executive Director by having a hands-on role in managing and directing fund raising and the internal systems of the organization to help create a cohesive, engaged, and inclusive work culture. Over time, the role will transform as the organization transforms. The ideal candidate thrives in a supportive work environment and works well within a team-based culture.

As an organization working to build a movement of civic engagement in Colorado, CCER’s mission is to act as a national model for grassroots civic engagement where every individual has what they need to thrive and actively participate in our democracy. CCER’s vision is to create a culture of collaboration by increasing the capacity of Network Partners to advance a power building movement grounded in equity and social justice.

Job Responsibilities:

The Director of Development and Administration reports to the Executive Director and is responsible for the following:

Executive Leadership

Resource Development and Management

Financial Management

Internal Operations

Human Resources

Equity and Inclusion

Essential Qualifications, Experience, and Personal Attributes:


Chief Executive Officer

We are pleased to assist our client, FamilyTree in seeking their next Chief Executive Officer (CEO). The CEO will bring a highly strategic vision with outstanding leadership, business acumen, and relationship building skills along with a strong affinity for the mission of the organization. Family Tree is the only organization in the Denver metro area committed to addressing the interconnected issues of child abuse, domestic violence, and homelessness. The support services that Family Tree
provides are changing how individuals, families, and communities see, respond to, and overcome these challenges. Family Tree serves all seven counties
of the Denver metropolitan area.


The CEO is responsible for realizing Family Tree’s mission, vision, and values through day-to-day operations, including but not limited to, the administrative, programmatic, risk management, financial, human resources, and development activities of Family Tree. The CEO is accountable to the Board and implements its policies and procedures. The CEO is responsible for continually assessing Family Tree’s strategic direction, operations, impact, and progress, capitalizing on its
strengths, and addressing areas of improvement.

 To learn more about the Responsibilities andPreferred Qualifications please view the link below: 


To apply please send your resume to Tamara at  

Chief of Staff / Vice President of School Services


The Chief of Staff / VP of School Services is a key member of the League’s senior leadership team charged with supporting all programs and services for member schools. This position ensures that the directors of the League’s school services programs have the guidance, resources and knowledge that they need to effectively support our members. This role directly supports board governance for the member schools. Additionally, the Vice President of School Services functions as the League’s internal Chief of Staff supporting hiring, staff and constituent management, and performance tracking.


ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned and are subject to change.


School Services Oversight & Member School Engagement – 40%


Board Governance Services – 10%

Leadership Team – 30%


Chief of Staff – 20%





To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.