Colorado Nonprofit Association

Implementation Coordinator

As an Implementation Coordinator at Big Green, you will play a hands-on role in supporting our mission to get everyone in America growing food. This dynamic position based in Denver offers the opportunity to refine your skills in project management, communications (both virtual and in-person), logistics, marketing, content creation, grant administration, and product development in a collaborative and innovative environment.

In this role, you will 


This role is based in person in our Denver office with the option to work up to 30% remote. 

Community Engagement Manager

As the Community Engagement Manager at Big Green, you will be a key driver in shaping the next phase of growth and impact for our community. Big Green is proud to be the facilitator of an extraordinary and impactful collective of grassroots nonprofits called the Big Green DAO. The Community Engagement Manager will be tasked with the care and keeping of this community, charged with its growth, interconnectedness, and collaboration.

In this role, you will


This role is based in person in our Denver office with the option to work up to 30% remote. 

Family Services Manager


Our mission is to educate, prepare, and empower teen mothers and their children. We break the cycle of poverty for two generations–teen mother and child–through education, health and wellness, and economic and social asset building. Our trauma-informed, two-generation service model more than doubles the national high school graduation rate of teen mothers and ensures that their children are kindergarten-ready.

General Purpose:

The Family Services Manager is responsible for program management, program development, staff supervision and coaching, and client service delivery for Florence Crittenton’s Family Services. The Family Services Manager ensures that the team of 3-5 Family Advocates can effectively and efficiently address the needs of teen families using a strengths-based and targeted case management model. The Family Services Manager plays a key role in connecting Florence Crittenton Services families to community resources and engagement opportunities. The Family Services Manager reports to the Director of Student and Family Support Program. 

Essential Functions:

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.

• Supervises the Family Advocates and provides support in the coordination of resources (basic needs, vital records, legal assistance, childcare, mental health counseling, restorative approaches parenting education, and other vital services) with other campus staff to ensure that teen mothers and children on caseload access the assistance they need to continue their education and ensure their child’s well-being. 

• Develops and coaches Family Advocates in their roles, responsibilities and skills to ensure collaboration across program areas, and to ensure that high quality support services are provided.  

• Provides operational management for the Student and Family Support Program, working closely with Bilingual Clinical Services Manager and Housing Manager on day-to-day logistics, data collection, and reporting. 

• Responsible for making fiscally responsible decisions around direct financial assistance to participants. 

• Builds and maintains relationships with the Early Childhood Education Center (ECEC) and high school staff.

• Respond to participant complaints in a respectful, strength-based and professional way.   

• Provides intake and assessment support and ensures all intake services, screenings, home visits, phone calls, referrals, and other services required as per program standards are completed through supervision. 

• Identifies, develops and cultivates relationships with community agencies for targeted needs as well as with those that deliver programming and services of value to teen families.

• Serves as a critical liaison between the agency and external providers in increasing resources and strengthening cross-sector and inter-agency relations.

• Manage community partner agency relationships and coordinates with school schedules and other campus activities to bring beneficial programing to Florence Crittenton Services for enrichment of teen families.

• Manages all logistics in support of transportation needs for students and children including maintenance of vehicles.

• Demonstrates leadership in promoting Justice, Equity, Diversity & Inclusion and supports its organizational goals and initiatives.    

Supervisory duties:

• Directly manages the Family Advocates in accordance with Florence Crittenton Services’ policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities include interviewing, hiring, and training employees, planning, assigning, and directing work including goal and direction setting, appraising performance, rewarding, and disciplining employees, addressing complaints, and resolving problems. 

• Directly manages the AmeriCorps program. Responsible for all required paperwork and supervision of up to two AmeriCorps Volunteers.

Knowledge, skills and abilities:

• Consistently promote, support, work, and act in a manner in support of Florence Crittenton Services’ vision, mission, and values. 

• Promote meaningful interpersonal communication between teen mothers and their families, teachers, and other staff to develop trust.

• Develop and implement engagement and wrap-around services.

• Collaborative leadership skills and ability to maintain a positive campus culture and climate that supports the growth and development of teen mothers and children.

• Interact comfortably with community groups and businesses on behalf of the organization.

• Work independently, take initiative, multi-task, and set priorities.

• Excellent counseling, mediation, and conflict resolution skills and knowledge of child/adolescent development.

• Excellent verbal and written communication skills

• Excellent time management and organizational skills.

• Knowledge of computers including word processing, database management, internet, social media, and Google Drive. Ability to use and knowledge of web-based data systems.

• Drive an eleven-passenger van and transport teen mothers to necessary meetings and appointments.



· Bachelors degree in a human services related field or program development is preferred.


• Three or more years of experience in any of the following or related fields: Case Management, Social Work, Community Engagement, Youth Development, and Wrap Around Service Delivery is required.

• Three or more years of experience working with youth is preferred.  

• Three or more years of experience in case management is preferred.  

• Supervisory experience with strong mentoring and coaching skills.

• Experience in leading and developing high performance teams.  

• Experience planning, organizing, and implementing a project from conception is preferred.

• Recruiting, coordinating and managing volunteers and/or working with the public in a nonprofit and/or government environment is preferred.

• Experience developing recruitment and outreach plans is preferred.

• Experience collaborating with community partners.

• An equivalent combination of education and experience may be substituted on a year for year basis.

Additional Requirements/Licenses/Certifications:

• Must have reliable transportation.

• Must have a valid driver’s license. 

• Passing a driving record (MVR) and criminal history background checks will be required prior to the start of employment. 

Working environment:

The 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.

• Work location is in person.

• Work is performed in an indoor professional office environment.   

• Occasional travel to conferences and meetings is necessary.

• Work may involve additional hours during the evenings or weekends.   

Physical Activities:

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.

• Prolonged periods of sitting or standing at a desk and working on a computer.

• While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk or hear.

• Moderate physical effort may be required by moving and positioning objects up to 50 pounds occasionally and/or 25 pounds frequently.

Florence Crittenton Services is dedicated to the principles of equal employment opportunity. We prohibit unlawful discrimination against applicants or employees on the basis of age 40 and over, race (including traits historically associated with race, such as hair texture and length, protective hairstyles), sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, color, religion, national origin, disability, military status, genetic information, marital status, or any other status protected by applicable state or local law.

Mason Place Case Manager


Homeward Alliance is a Fort Collins-based nonprofit that provides a continuum of services to individuals and families experiencing homelessness. In addition to ten programs, Homeward Alliance is also the manager/overseer of the Murphy Center for Hope, a resource center for people experiencing or are at-risk of homelessness in Larimer County.

Our Mission: We exist to empower individuals and families who face homelessness to survive, move forward and thrive.

Our Core Values:

• Best Practices: We utilize evidence-based methods and programs

• Diversity-Equity-Inclusion: We challenge systems, ideas and policies that create inequity, oppression, and disparity

• Collaboration: We are more effective when we work together

• Passion: We care deeply about creating positive change

• Visionary: We think BIG and we lead by example

Homeward Alliance is working in partnership with Housing Catalyst for this position. Housing Catalyst is a Fort Collins, mission-driven real estate developer that designs, builds, and serves communities with homes that are affordable in Northern Colorado. Holding ourselves to a higher standard, we’re reinventing how people access, experience, and perceive affordable housing. Housing Catalyst’s core values guide its long-term goals, they shape the way it serves our community, and they permeate its day-to-day operations.

Housing Catalyst’s Core Values:

• Teamwork

• Compassion

• Honesty

• Accountability

• Fun


The Mason Place Case Manager functions as part of a multi-disciplinary team with a trauma informed framework to support residents in remaining stably housed at a permanent supportive housing site, Mason Place. This position works closely with the Mason Place team and residents to promote a warm, welcoming, and safe environment. The Mason Place Case Manager supports, interacts, and communicates with a resident population who may have special needs including mental or physical disabilities and/or substance abuse issues. Mason Place is a Permanent Supportive Housing property and provides housing and support to individuals that have been chronically homeless.

This is a full-time position housed in Housing Catalyst’s Mason Place property. Although employed by Homeward Alliance, this position will report daily to the onsite Clinical Manager (a Housing Catalyst staff person) and will have programmatic and administrative support from the Housing Program Manager (a Homeward Alliance staff person). Compensation is commensurate with experience.



Mason Place is a new Permanent Supportive Housing complex that opened in January of 2021. The Mason Place Case Manager’s caseload will be composed of Mason Place residents who might include a variety of vulnerable people ranging from chronically homeless to exiting incarceration. Once housed, the Mason Place Case Manager will help residents create and abide to their housing retention plan. The Mason Place Case Manager will support residents and connect them with the resources and tools that they need to be successful in stabilizing and building momentum towards independent living. Residents may need assistance adjusting to living in an apartment setting with others, as well as adjusting to services and supports to routinely address their medical and mental health needs. This position is inspired by the Housing First model and aligns with our community’s plan to make homelessness rare, short-lived, and non-recurring. This position will receive support from both Homeward Alliance and Housing Catalyst staff.

The ideal candidate will have empathy for residents and their situations, can hold firm but fair boundaries, be always calm and professional and not afraid to seek out support from other staff and supervisor as needed, maintain strict confidentiality rules, and enjoy working in a developing environment.

For information on Permanent Supportive Housing, please visit the Redtail Ponds website:


Resident Support and Case Management

• Provide direct service to existing Mason Place residents. Direct service could include assessing needs, document readiness, income/benefit assistance, referrals to outside agencies, completing regular follow-ups, creating plans of action and more.

• Assist residents with life skills such as cleaning, doing laundry, cooking and other activities of daily living.

• Coordinate case management and housing plans; develop strategies for residents to obtain and retain housing (including working with Mason Place staff and other community resources).

• Engage with Mason Place residents to support a healthy, welcoming environment by developing professional relationships while promoting an environment of hospitality.

• Locate and disseminate resource information to participants as needed; actively research and remain informed of community resources to best serve our participants.

• Provide prompt, high-level communication between team, staff, and community stakeholders.

• Must strictly adhere to professional boundaries and confidentiality agreements with residents and other professionals.

• Ensure compliance with grants, renewals, and funding reporting mandates; HMIS data entry, Annual Progress Reports.

• Coordinate housing plans between the Homeward Alliance and Mason Place staff.

• Maintain regular and prompt attendance for assigned shift.

• Must be able to take charge and direct others in emergencies as they arise.

• Help residents understand lease requirements and facility expectations in efforts to maintain stable housing. Advocates for residents’ wellbeing if lease and/or facility violations occur. If a resident is asked to leave Mason Place, advocacy includes creating an exit plan which connects resident to new, stable housing.

• Ensure appropriate staff are kept informed of concerns about residents.

• Adheres to Homeward Alliance policies, procedures, and standards. Acts with an appropriate sense of urgency and accountability, correctly handle confirmation, maintain professional relations and boundaries with those contacted during work.

• Understands and readily implements best practices including Housing First, Harm Reduction and Trauma Informed Care approaches. Advocates that residents receive these practices at Mason Place.

• Actively participate in Homeward Alliance and Mason Place team meetings as required.

• Successfully complete professional development opportunities as required and as available.

• Other duties as assigned by the Supportive Housing Manager.




• At least one year of experience in Social Work or related fields, as demonstrated through education or work experience.

• Strong computer skills, including demonstrated success with Microsoft Office Suite, strong skills, and comfort with internet applications.

• Knowledge of Housing First Framework, Trauma-Informed Care, and Harm Reduction Programs.

• Experience working with vulnerable populations (people experiencing homelessness, people with substance use disorders and mental health conditions, people with disabilities, BIPOC, LGBTQIA+).

• Ability to establish and develop effective relationships with participants, staff, volunteers, community groups, current and potential donors, corporate sponsors, agency partners and other key stakeholders.

• Ability to work collaboratively in a team-oriented environment.

• Self-motivated time management skills and ability to work in a fast-paced, high-stress environment.

• Must possess fluency of the English language, though bi-lingual (Spanish) candidates are preferred.

Kitchen Manager

About RMHC-Denver: Since 1979, Ronald McDonald House Charities of Denver, Inc.(RMHC-Denver) has offered a loving home away from home to families needing to be near their seriously ill or injured children while they’re being treated at metropolitan area hospitals.


Job Title: Kitchen Manager

Effective Date: 11/22/23

Reports to: Executive Chef

FLSA Classification: Salary/Exempt

Position Level: Manager, Full-time

To protect the health of the families we serve and our staff, Ronald McDonald House Charities of Denver has a mandatory vaccination (Covid and seasonal influenza) requirement for all employees. Exemptions may be considered.

Job Summary:
As a member of the Chef team, the Kitchen Manager is an essential role that helps support and grow the Meal program at Ronald McDonald House Charities of Denver. This position is responsible for creatively using ingredients to make meals, working with volunteer meal groups, coordinating the upkeep of three large
kitchens, and helping to improve and implement all aspects of the Meal program. The best fit for this role is someone who loves to cook for big groups, appreciates an organized kitchen space, and has a strong knowledge of cooking and food safety.

Essential Duties, Responsibilities & Functions

Education, Experience & Abilities:

Physical Requirements:

Exito Program Coordinator

About Éxito Program.

Latino students consistently score between 26 and 30 points lower than their white peers in Reading, Science, and Math in Colorado Schools. ELPASO, Engaged Latino Parents Advancing Student Outcomes created the Éxito Program to help Latino parents prepare their children for a successful education career. In 2022, ELPASO Movement merged with the Colorado Statewide Parent Coalition (CSPC) to continue to provide the needed services to Latino parents in Boulder County and across the state. The Colorado Statewide Parent Coalition envisions a community where all children are equipped with the skills to learn, supported by a village, and encouraged to succeed. To achieve this vision, we build a movement by providing leadership support and training for parents, and childcare to be meaningfully engaged in the success of their children’s education, close the opportunity gap, and ensure successful educational outcomes.

Position Description

The Éxito Coordinator is a full time exempt position. This person will inform Latino parents of children ages 0-5 to build the skills, knowledge, and leadership they need to effectively prepare their children for a life of successful learning. Together with other Éxito Coordinators, this coordinator will work with our multiple community-centered partners to achieve CSPC’s goal of ensuring more Latino children are ready for school. This initiative is squarely focused on closing the opportunity gap. CSPC intends to expand the Éxito program to other counties across Colorado shortly.

Position Responsibilities

Work in two different location depend on where Exito will be, currently Denver and Lafayette.

Conduct 1-on-1 interviews with at least 10 Latino parents of young children in the identified location per week using the approved strategies. Discover their interests and needs about preparing their children educationally. Invite them to participate in the program. Encourage them to expand our network of young Latino parents advocating for early learning. Guide them to utilize community resources that will help them prepare their children for a life of successful learning. Enter this information in the database.

Successfully recruit and support 10 or more Latino parent leaders to an Éxito parent leadership cohort that begins its learning year in September in each city. Successful leaders will complete the Éxito curriculum by attending 13 parent leadership training, recruiting their neighbors, family, and friends to “Cafecito’s” in their homes or zoom and by leading 6 cafecitos during the learning year, which ends in May. Total of 6 cafecitos for each leader

Learn, prepare, and teach each class for zoom. Follow the calendar.

Help the parent leaders that need to recover classes, no more than three.

Help the parent leaders to prepare for the Cafecitos.

Build Latino parent leadership and advocacy on early learning. Partner with existing parent groups, attend meetings, and bring school board members and elected officials to Latino parent meetings. Build the collective Latino parent voice for early learning.

Finding resources in the community to provide information to parents when need it.

Promote Latino parent skill building. Create and distribute simple handouts in Spanish guiding Latino parents to program offerings that would help their family ensure their child arrives at school on grade level. Emphasize programs that help parents understand what needs to happen before their children enter Kindergarten.

Help to share the Éxito story with potential funders and during community events.

Must attend all required organization CSPC meetings including staff meetings, supervision meetings, the annual conference, etc.

Office duties sash as: organize and distribute materials, make calls or meeting, data entry, monthly reports, regular meetings with supervisor in zoom or in person, etc.

Other duties as assigned.

Desired Qualifications

Significant number of trusted relationships with Latino parents in their city

Bilingual English/Spanish

Passionate about closing the opportunity gap

Passionate about parenting and early childhood education

Experience organizing Latino parents around education preferred

Experience in facilitation of adult learners

Strong interpersonal and communication skills, written and verbal

Good analytical, negotiation, and problem-solving skills

Strong time and task management skills

Thrives in highly unstructured environments

Genuine commitment to the immigrant Latino community

Able to work effectively with others inclduing coalition partners and volunteers

Respect for economic and cultural diversity, experience working with diverse groups of people

Highly motivated and independent, yet team-oriented

Ability to work well under pressure and manage sensitive or controversial subjects with tact, kindness, and professionalism.

Must be able to work some weekends and evenings and have reliable transportation

Computer and other standard office equipment skills sufficient to prepare flyers and other communications, maintain databases, email, and website postings.

Experience with social media relevant to Latino parent populations preferred

Must be able to lift 20 lbs.

Front of House Food Service Supervisor – LAP


This position is responsible for supervising the day-to-day operations of the dining room and kitchen at LAP. Responsibilities include dining room staff supervision (onboarding, scheduling, training, performance management, recognition and discipline) with support from immediate supervisor. Oversees all aspects of daily food production, service quality, and storage.

This full-time position has a schedule of Sunday-Thursday from 10:30 am – 6:45 pm.

This position has a starting wage range of $18.50-$19.42 per hour.

Accepting applications for this position until filled.


  1. Conducts oneself as a leader by taking ownership of the program and commitment to the betterment and growth of the Life Adjustment Program by offering solutions, developing processes, promoting communication with others, supporting communication from staff to management, prioritizing tasks, actively participating in problem resolution, creating opportunities to support the growth in subordinate staff by enlisting their input, and identifying strengths and weaknesses in subordinate staff while addressing staff behaviors when needed.
  2. Oversees and directs all assigned staff while on shift, using appropriate resources for resolution; holds staff accountable to meet the highest standards of quality and service.
  3. Maintains adequate staffing at all times based on residents, work, and activity loads in collaboration with fellow supervisors. These duties include scheduling staff and making recommendations regarding hiring, promotions, transfers, plans of corrective actions, and employment terminations.
  4. Monitors and processes staff timesheets for accuracy and overtime usage.
  5. Ordering food and kitchen supplies; maintaining appropriate food inventory and rotation. Ensure food service costs in all areas are within budget parameters.
  6. Following all Mesa County and Colorado Department of Health regulations for proper food handling including proper hand washing, temperature logs, and sanitizing of food service equipment.
  7. Planning, organizing, scheduling, and attending department meetings.
  8. Training staff in all aspects of food preparation, service, and storage.
  9. Documents routine general feedback to assigned staff members on a scheduled basis. Provides input into assigned staff’s formal performance evaluations.
  10. Assists with planning nutritious and appetizing menus, delivering meals that taste good while calculating nutrition content; working to implement resident choices and feedback into menus.
  11. Completing necessary paperwork and documentation; perform routine filing as needed.


The following background checks are conducted by Hilltop Community Resources:

Facility Manager

We are hiring a Facility Manager in our Property Services department! This position is responsible for the planning, directing, and overseeing operations and maintenance services in order to assure the efficient and safe functioning of assigned facilities in accordance with Local, State, and Federal requirements. This position is also responsible for coordinating and overseeing building maintenance programs and facility budgets while directly supervising and supporting assigned personnel in the performance of their job functions and evaluations; and serving on the assigned facilities leadership teams. 

This position has a full-time schedule of Monday-Friday from 7:30a-4p, and will participate in on-call rotation.

This position has a starting wage of $23.50 per hour.


  1. Provide direct oversight and coordination of MMS (Maintenance Management System) for all work orders and projects taken on by specific facilities, while also providing higher levels of expertise and trade skills where necessary.
  2. Direct supervision of assigned maintenance personnel (evaluate, schedule, coordinate/oversee activities, professional development, train, orientate, advise, pay records, etc.) for the purpose of maximizing workforce efficiency, meeting legal requirements and department objectives, and ensuring the provision of excellent customer service.
  3. Provide coordination and implementation support for all aspects of the facility health and safety requirements by conducting scheduled drills, inspections, and necessary training, as well as the necessary reporting and documentation to fulfill local, state, and federal compliance requirements.
  4. Research plan and implement new or retrofit money saving facility equipage in order to make operations more cost effective, including space planning and management.
  5. Provide development, monitoring, and oversight of specific maintenance, repair and capital improvement portions of annual Facility Budget, under the oversight and direction of the Program/Facility Director.
  6. Actively attend and participate in meetings and workshops, relative to facility and safety issues, scheduled by the Program/Facility Director, Corporate Office, or Maintenance Department
  7. Oversight of all outside vendors and work order processes, as well as, purchasing and ordering supplies and materials.
  8. Provide day-to-day assistance to Maintenance Operations Manager when required.


The following background checks are conducted by Hilltop Community Resources:

Senior Food Access Manager


Senior Food Access Manager


Director of Programs/Deputy Executive Director


The Village Exchange Center (VEC) is a community center and multi-faith worship space that

celebrates religious and cultural diversity by creating an inclusive environment where residents

from all backgrounds can practice, interact, share, and develop together. Our Village Pantry is

dedicated to increasing access to fresh and culturally relevant food while serving as a gathering

space for cultural exchange, education, and celebration. We seek an individual whose life

experiences are like the culturally diverse communities we serve.

The Senior Food Access Manager is responsible for the overall success & execution of the

Village Farm and Village Pantry Programs. This position ensures that grant deliverables are

upheld and adequately measured, program budgets are maintained, reporting standards &

metrics are met, ensures growth and sustainability of the Programs through strategic planning.



• Oversight and management of the Village Farm Program

• Responsible for the deliverables, success and overall objectives of the Village

Farm Program; crop production, farm operations, personnel, growth and


• Management of the Village Farm personnel, including identifying opportunities to

develop and enhance the skills of the Village Farm team;

• Responsible for execution of the annual budget and programmatic deliverables of

all grants including metrics, outcomes and outputs.

• Accurate and timely submission of all program reporting

• Responsible for the successful execution of the Urban Farming Immersion



• Oversight and management of the Village Pantry program;

• Responsible for the deliverables, success, and overall objectives of the Village

Pantry Program;

• Manages the Village Pantry program personnel, including identifying

opportunities to develop and enhance the skills of the team;

• Responsible for execution of the annual budget and programmatic deliverables

ensuring successful execution of grant outcomes, outputs, and impact are met

pursuant to a variety of grant deliverables;

• Oversight of Village Pantry technology necessary for the successful execution

and reporting for the program;

• Accurate and timely submission of all program reporting.


• Oversee all Village Farm and Village Pantry relationships with a variety of

stakeholders, including, but not limited to, partnerships, coalitions, and community



• Reporting

• In-depth knowledge of ALL grant budgets, deliverables and deadlines

• Identify opportunities through data collection and evaluation

• Prepare monthly and annual reports to showcase farm and pantry


• Hold weekly meetings with Program Managers ensuring accountability,

communication and optimal execution of program goals.

• Coordinate and Manage external VEC events

• Annual Festivals and events

• Community dinners

• Volunteer appreciation

• manage social media posts and information sharing for all food access programs

• Personal commitment to the VEC mission, vision, and values.

• Complete other administrative tasks, as requested.


• Identify and develop social enterprise opportunities for the Village Farm and Village


• Oversight of the Village Farm flower subscription program.

• Establish an event/rental program at the Village Farm.


• Demonstrated knowledge of regenerative agricultural growing practices.

• 5+ years in managing multiple programs and individuals.

• A successful record in building and leading multi-generational and/or multi-cultural


• Ability to physically work within a variety of conditions, including working alone on

occasion (i.e., working long days, in diverse weather conditions, standing or bending

for long periods of time).

• Willingness to take initiative and follow-through on tasks.

• Pragmatic, outcome-driven, positive, forward thinking, and interested in


• Knowledgeable about the political and cultural context of VEC community.

• Ability to establish and maintain relationships with individuals and organizations.

• Solid program development skills, including long-term project planning.

• Solid skills in managing individuals, including delegating work and conflict resolution.

• Bilingual (English/Spanish) preferred.

• Strong problem-solving skills.

• Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.


Aurora, Colorado.




$65,000 – $70,000

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.

Project Manager, Advanced Diagnostic Labs

Position Summary
This position supports the selection, development and completion of sponsored projects with the direction of the Director of Business Development and the Executive Director. Responsible for monitoring sponsored projects for GxP, clinical, and non-clinical testing studies for Advanced Diagnostics (ADx) labs.

Essential Duties

  1. Sets project timelines, per contractual obligations, to the detail of study tasks for the purpose of scheduling visibility and completion in collaboration with the Account Manager, client and internal stakeholders (pre-analytical, laboratory and supporting staff) through project tracking tools.
  2. Build and maintain project tracking tools to plan and execute study testing, resulting and close out activities of sponsored projects. Tools should be readily usable for all key ADx stakeholders.
  3. Maintains real-time status of study progress and results through completion.
  4. Leads post contract study start up activities.
  5. Responsible for performing Sample and Data Management tasks from DTA’s to programming and data transfers in collaboration with the labs and external resources.Interfaces as a hands-on project manager by helping complete tasks in collaboration with the laboratories, pre-analytical, billing, and the client.
  6. Ensures sample shipping instructions, requisitioning, data resulting and, if applicable, tables and reports associated with projects, including lab results, QC, data analysis and data transfers. Communicates these timelines, results and issues to internal stakeholds and the client.
  7. Serves as the designated contact for ongoing studies with external clients to answer questions regarding status of project. Communicates and collaborates with clients and ADx staff on client expectations, deliverables and change order requests to offer unparalleled project management and customer service.


  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: Balances competing demands of multiple projects by setting priorities, communicating change, and meeting deadlines; recovers quickly from setbacks and maintains focus under stress; can handle multiple changes in direction or assignments; consistently learns quickly when facing new problems; embraces change and unfamiliar tasks; consistently analyzes both success and failure to determine how to improve; maintains open mind and willingness to try new ideas or approaches; analyzes both success and failure to determine how to improve; has a desire to learn.
  3. Creativity: Supports and delivers initiatives; focuses well on vision or concept implementation; generates new ideas and assist with implementation
  4. Customer Focus: Proactively shares new knowledge with appropriate constituents; will look at processes and results with the laboratory in mind, and with the customer or patient in the forefront; brokers customer and physician relationships with other complementary service providers or departments; shares new knowledge with appropriate colleagues, clients and physicians as necessary.
  5. Decision Quality: Solutions prove to be correct and accurate when judged over time; understands and makes decisions that benefit the laboratory and the individual.
  6. Drive for Results: Productivity is above expectations; balances achieving individual goals with providing value to laboratory; volunteers for additional projects and identifies new initiatives and fills in for staff absences.
  7. Informing and Communicating: Addresses issues as they arise or within an appropriate time interval; effectively uses all forms of communication; Informs coworkers/leadership of when work product may be affected. Identifies key issues to pursue for maximum input rather than arguing every point; demonstrates ability to restate others’ positions accurately—reflecting both facts and feelings; maintains long-term objectives while resolving short-term challenges.
  8. Laboratory Knowledge: Improving laboratory knowledge to communicate and collaborate well with customers.
  9. Professional Relationships: Appreciate workforce diversity; seeks value in diversity and differences; encourages positive attitude in others.
  10. Perseverance/Resourcefulness: Works to apply new approaches to existing challenges when delegated; is open-minded and will find new solutions when obvious problem or gap exists; validates accuracy of information collected; uses internal knowledge bases or best practices.
  11. Problem Solving: Considers customer implications and perceptions when approaching problems to proposing solutions; reconciles inconsistent details within SOPs or processes; able to identify problem or key issue, able to rapidly perform complex analysis, accurately assess situations, probes all potential sources for answers; can see hidden problems; looks beyond the obvious and doesn’t stop at the first answer.

Supervisory or Managerial Responsibility

Limited travel may be required.

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: Bachelor’s Degree in Biology, Microbiology, Biochemistry, or related field required. Master’s degree in a scientific field is preferred.
  2. Work Experience: A minimum of 4 years of recent and related experience is required. Laboratory experience preferred.
  3. Special Training, Certification or Licensure: PMP certification or equivalent preferred. Smartsheet, Tableau and programming/coding experience preferred.

Salary Range: $70,000 – $85,000