Colorado Nonprofit Association

Partnership & Program Coordinator

The Colorado BioScience Institute is a 501(c)3 organization cultivating and diversifying the state’s life sciences workforce, from classroom, to campus, to career. The Institute does this by: sparking an interest in STEM for K-12 students and teachers from diverse backgrounds; connecting higher education students and instructors with people and opportunities in our community; and advancing professional careers in life sciences, from early career to executive education.  

Position Summary

This is an exciting opportunity to join a growing non-profit that specializes in STEM education and workforce development for life sciences in Colorado. Reporting to the Vice President, the Partnership & Program Coordinator will be responsible for the coordination of successful Institute programs, and will be a key liaison for the Institute, representing the organization to a diverse group of education and industry stakeholders. The Partnership & Program Coordinator will handle a wide
range of programmatic and administrative logistics and support the Institute’s partners and contract facilitators.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

Participate as a team member in advancing the mission of the Colorado BioScience Institute to cultivate and diversify the life sciences talent pipeline. 

Coordinate logistics for and represent the Institute at all Institute programs from classroom to campus to career:  

Handle logistics of professional teacher trainings while utilizing a variety of virtual delivery methods, techniques, and platforms (including Teams, Zoom, etc.) 

Collaborate and communicate with school districts, industry, and higher education partners on Institute programs specific to life sciences career development. 

Manage all logistics for workforce development programs (ex: Foundations of Leadership and Executive Leadership Program) and fundraising events (BioScience on Tap, Life Science Trivia Night) 

Coordinate established Industry Showcase events and Mentor program to connect undergraduate through postdoc students to industry partners.  

Program coordination includes, but is not limited to: program scheduling, arranging facilities, ordering supplies and food, set-up and tear-down, day-of support on-site, pre and post-event communications, program marketing, program registrations, and post-program surveys.  

Respond promptly to email or phone inquiries, and direct donors, participants, facilitators, and partners to relevant information or resources.  

Draft quarterly newsletters and keep program information on the website up-to-date. 

Draft marketing emails to support program registration, update website event or story page, and support social media posts (requires use of WordPress, LinkedIn, Constant Contact, and Survey Monkey) 

Act as a liaison between program facilitators and participants, including drafting and sending logistics communications and introducing facilitators as appropriate 

Other tasks or responsibilities as assigned  

Minimum Qualifications

A Baccalaureate Degree from an accredited university or college  

Exceptional people skills and friendly personality (lots of external, forward-facing interactions) 

Highly organized, adaptable in a fast-paced environment, proactive, resourceful, and efficient with a high level of professionalism and confidentiality.  

Ability to independently manage diverse and multiple priorities 

Skilled at Microsoft Office & Google Platforms, and Social Media (examples: LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) 

Strong written and verbal communication skills and attention to detail, demonstrating thoroughness and accuracy 

Independent, highly motivated and able to work with minimal supervision.  

Ability to collaborate effectively in diverse groups across a variety of contexts  

Ability to manage complex work and follow through with tasks to achieve specified goals under time and resource constraints 

Proficient at working cross-functionally with others to plan, promote, and complete programs and events on schedule and within budget 

Ability for some flexibility in schedule for hosting programs (evening or full-day, in-person ~ 10-15% of time) 

Preferred Qualifications

Knowledge of WordPress (or other web hosting platforms).  

2+ years working as a program, partnership or event coordinator. 

A commitment to improving access to STEM education. 

Strong motivation to help people on their career paths.  

Work Environment

This is a full-time, hybrid position. Employees may work from a home office or at our established office in Denver, if preferred. The candidate must live in the Denver metro area or be willing to travel to and attend all in-person meetings/trainings/programs/events. This position requires public speaking and some travel along the Front Range. This position requires minimal evening work hours for events (roughly 10-15%). 


The Colorado BioScience Institute firmly supports the principle and philosophy of equal opportunity for all individuals, regardless of age, race, gender, creed, national origin, physical or mental handicap, persons with disabilities and all veterans and any other protected category pursuant to applicable federal, state, or local law. The Colorado BioScience Institute strives to promote a culture of inclusiveness, respect, communication, and understanding.    

Donation Center Manager

 Donation Center Manager 

A Precious Child, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization providing children in need with opportunities and resources to empower them to achieve their full potential. A Precious Child envisions a future where every child grows up to be a secure, self-reliant, contributing member of their community.

In working towards helping A Precious Child meet its overall objective of providing services for children in need throughout Colorado, the Donation Center Manager serves as a key member of the A Precious Child team and is responsible for the proper intake and processing of all in-kind donations, the management of volunteers and management of the Donation Center.  

Hours: Full-time, Exempt with some evenings and weekends; Monday through Friday 7:30-4:00pm  

Reports To: Donation Center, Warehouse and Facilities Director

Direct Reports: Donation Center Assistant Managers 


Duties and Responsibilities

Supervision and Leadership:  


Inventory Management:


Donation Center Team Support  


Facility Management:  


Safety Compliance:   


Experience and Qualifications:  

Virtual Pro Se Clinic Legal Facilitator

The Colorado Access to Justice Commission in partnership with the Colorado Lawyers Committee are searching for TWO PART-TIME Virtual Pro Se Clinic Legal Facilitators with the possibility of transitioning to full-time positions, to support the relaunch of Colorado’s first Virtual Pro Se Clinic (VPC). Now in its eleventh year, the VPC program supports monthly free virtual legal help clinics at numerous mostly rural libraries across Colorado. Speaking one-on-one with a knowledgeable volunteer attorney can make an enormous difference to pro se litigants and has a tremendous impact on access to justice for underserved communities.  

Legal Facilitators will oversee almost-daily 3-hour clinics during which they will spend 15-20 minutes meeting virtually with each clinic patron (pro se litigant) answering questions and explaining court procedures and processes in all areas of Colorado civil law. Legal Facilitators will onboard and train new volunteer lawyers on how to effectively assist pro se clinic patrons. Legal Facilitators will also be responsible for serving as “first chair” while volunteer attorneys serve as “second chair,” until volunteer attorneys are ready to conduct clinics on their own. In addition to overseeing the clinics, training and supervising volunteer attorneys, Legal Facilitators will assist clinic administrators from the Colorado Access to Justice Commission and the Colorado Lawyers Committee with
operations, such as communications, data collection, scheduling and technology assistance. This part-time position will be remote and will be shared between the two Legal Facilitators. Workload will vary week to week
, however Legal Facilitators will be expected to maintain routine weekly hours so clinics can be conducted on fixed schedules each month.


Oversee clinics via Zoom and phone 

Onboard and train new attorney volunteers 

“First chair” clinics while new attorney volunteers “second chair” 

Answer attorney volunteer questions 

Regularly update and maintain the clinic’s robust library of online resources 

Provide and maintain monthly and yearly reporting on VPC program 

Provide support where needed to the clinic administrators, which may include (but is not limited to) assisting with communications, data collection, scheduling, technology assistance, planning for clinic growth 

Collect and maintain data on legal inquiry types  

Attend regular meetings with the VPC administrators 

Work with community site representatives such as librarians and partner community organizations 


Required Experience & Skills 

Juris Doctor with minimum of 5 years of experience and current license to practice in Colorado (strongly preferred) or Paralegal certification in Colorado with a minimum of 10 years experience.  

Experience with a broad range of legal areas common to pro se litigants (i.e. family, housing, consumer, estates) 

Experience working with pro se litigants 

Extensive familiarity with the Colorado Court System 

High attention to detail 

Adept at communicating and problem solving with pro se litigants 

Ability to synthesize complex legal concepts into user friendly language 

Ability to work efficiently with minimal supervision 

Knowledge and comfort working in a virtual setting 

Competency and experience working with people of diverse backgrounds 

Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite, Google Scheduler, Zoom, and other web-based applications 


Physical Requirements: 

Prolonged periods working on a computer remaining in a stationary position standing or sitting. 

Colorado Access to Justice Commission is an equal opportunity employer that strives to create a diverse, inclusive, and equity workplace.  

Restoration Coordinator


RiversEdge West (REW) is the leading nonprofit working to protect the quality and ecological integrity of riparian lands as an important means to promote the economic, social, and cultural well-being of communities in the Western U.S.  (


REW is seeking a creative and outgoing leader to join their high functioning team making positive impacts on rivers in the West. The candidate should be collaborative in nature and possess strong project management and technical and grant writing skills, as well as broad knowledge of riparian and/or ecological restoration. The Restoration Coordinator will work with REW staff and local leads from other organizations and agencies to support restoration efforts in Colorado and Utah.  

Specifically, this position’s focus will be working with restoration partnerships comprised of public, private, corporate, and Tribal entities to plan and implement riparian restoration projects, work with partners to determine long-term goals, track ecological conditions, and fundraise for partnership needs. Many of the partnerships REW works with have multiple goals aiming to improve the health of valuable river systems and the communities that depend on them. This position will also support the organization through assistance with technical workshops and a biennial conference, which provides hands-on and state-of-the-science riparian restoration information for restoration professionals. 


Primary responsibilities described below may also include support for other RiversEdge West programs. Some responsibilities and/or qualifications may change depending on the individual and/or specific needs as they relate to projects. All the responsibilities described require strong written and verbal communication skills. 




Undergraduate degree from an accredited university or college is required – an advanced degree is preferred. REW is open to a range of educational backgrounds, including environmental sciences, ecology, nonprofit management, and natural resource management.   

For more information, contact Rusty Lloyd via email at  or by phone at (970) 256-7400.  

Recreation Coordinator- Senior Center

This position plans, coordinates and manages all programs and activities of the Chilson Senior Center, budgeting, securing facilities, training of part-time and volunteer staff, marketing, and evaluations of all classes and activities. Position involves extensive customer contact and administrative support.

The salary range for this position is $28.08- $37.90 per hour with a hiring range of $28.08 – $32.99, depending on qualifications and experience.  

Position will close to applicants on: Friday, 4/26/24 at 12:00 P.M. M.S.T.



Supervisor duties for Temporary and Limited Benefitted Employees Include:


Required Education:

Required Experience:

Preferred Experience:

An equivalent combination of education and/or experience may substitute for education requirements on a year for year basis.




This job description is not designed to contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee.


With over 300 days of sunshine, and just 30 miles from Rocky Mountain National Park in the heart of northern Colorado, Loveland is an ideal community for anyone to call home.  Known as the Sweetheart City, this vibrant cultural hub is home to nearly 500 sculptures and public art installations, the world-famous Valentine Remail Program, and picturesque views of the Rocky Mountains.  The community is bustling with a thriving arts, brewery, foodie and shopping scene.  Enjoy headliner concert and theatre productions, professional hockey events, endless community recreation and open space opportunities, art and sculpture shows, and several local festivals.  Loveland also boasts an award-winning golf course and an inclusive library and community center. Loveland, Colorado has EVERYTHING YOU LOVE!

In 2020, Loveland was the only Colorado City to win the Governor’s Award for Downtown Excellence, is the top residential recycling City in the state for 4 consecutive years and has been ranked as one of the top places to live, work and raise a family in the U.S. and as one of the Most Idyllic Picturesque towns in America.

Apply today to join more than 800 employees who work to meet the core values of: Accountability & Integrity, Transparency & Honoring the Public Trust, Collaboration, Innovation, Safety, Excellent Service with Courtesy and Kindness.  The City of Loveland is a diverse and welcoming community organization and our employees enjoy a competitive benefits program, various opportunities for growth and development, and an exceptional work-life balance.

A vibrant community, surrounded by natural beauty, where you belong!

Benefit Eligible Benefits Package Includes:

Reasonable accommodations will be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

City of Loveland job descriptions are designed to describe the general nature and level of work necessary to perform well in the job; they are not intended to provide an exhaustive list of responsibilities, skills, and qualifications. City of Loveland job descriptions may be updated periodically, and additional activities, duties or responsibilities may be assigned by management as deemed appropriate.

The City of Loveland provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, genetic information, age, or any other status protected under federal, state, and/or local law.


The City of Loveland participates in E-Verify. In accordance with E-Verify requirements, upon your date of hire the City of Loveland will provide the federal government with your Form I-9 information to confirm that you are authorized to work in the U.S. E-Verify Notice of Participation. Learn more about your right to work. Visit for more information.


Employment offers will be conditional on the successful completion of a driving record and criminal history background check, including a criminal sex offender search.

Hydroponic Farm Manager


Lifespan Local’s mission is to cultivate well-being through partnerships with local residents and community champions. We approach our work from a
systems and strengths-based perspective with an emphasis on diversity, equity and community-based leadership. We are placemakers, convening partners with a shared commitment to healthy living and social change.

Position Summary 

The hydroponic farm manager positions is a multifaceted role responsible for facilitating produce production via a state of the art nutrient film
technique (NFT) and media bed hydroponic system that is located within an integrative health/wellness/community hub building. This role includes being a
part of the system set-up, testing, and launching for long-term, sustainable produce production.
The farm manager will also be a part of the team that designs and executes a business plan which includes selling product to local restaurants, residents and others who are interested in healthy produce as well as supporting local food justice efforts. In addition, the hydroponic farm manager will expand community impact and connection to food grown on-site through the implementation of hydroponics-based STEM curricula with a particular focus on youth. 

Essential Job Functions  


Education and Skill Requirements  

Typical Physical Demands 

Required sitting, standing, bending and extended reaching. May require lifting up to 50 pounds. Requires manual dexterity sufficient to operate standard office machines such as computers, fax machines, the telephone and other office and/or clinical equipment. With proper PPE, handling a wide variety of farm elements including bacteria, fungus, decomposing plant material, plant pests, and chemicals. 

Working Conditions 

Generally 40 hours per week, Monday-Friday. May require occasional evening, weekend, or on-call hours. Hours vary by day/season.   

Program Associate – Community Engagement

The Davis Phinney Foundation for Parkinson’s is a dynamic, national nonprofit organization headquartered in Colorado. Our mission is to help people with Parkinson’s live well today. We envision a world where Parkinson’s well-being is essential to the health of the community and where all people with Parkinson’s have access to resources and information needed to live well. We inform and inspire hundreds of thousands of people living with Parkinson’s around the world each year. Our working environment is fast paced and fun.

As a nonprofit organization with an annual budget of approximately $3 million, the Davis Phinney Foundation relies on private, philanthropic funding to make a difference in the lives of individuals affected by Parkinson’s.

Location: Louisville, CO (Required to work in office 2-3 days per week)

Hours of Work: 40 hr/wk

Reports to: Director of Community Engagement

About the Position

The Program Associate – Community Engagement supports participants in our community engagement programs including our Ambassador Leadership Program, Pedaling for Parkinson’s program, and Healthy Parkinson’s Communities Network. This role is a primary contact for program participants, helping to monitor and respond to email and phone communications, fulfill requests, support data maintenance, and more. The Program Associate plays an integral role in the experience of participants and supports engagement and outreach strategies across our programs.

Day to day, this role supports our programs in the following ways…

General Responsibilities

Nothing in this position description restricts the Foundation’s right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this job at any time. The position description is subject to change at any time.

Our ideal candidate will have the following:

Associate Director

RiversEdge West (REW), formerly Tamarisk Coalition, has been working since 2002 to protect the quality and ecological integrity of riparian lands (riverside habitat) as an important means to promote the economic, social and cultural well-being of communities in the Western U.S. REW is seeking a leader with proven nonprofit, program, and personnel management skills to join a high functioning team to help us make positive impacts on rivers in the West.

Position Description:   Under the direction of the Executive Director, the Associate Director (AD) is responsible for oversight and supervision of programs and associated staff for REW.  Key responsibilities will be planning, management, and fiscal accountability of those programs that support the organizations 2022 – 2024 Strategic Plan. The AD will need to have excellent leadership skills, solid nonprofit and personnel management skills, fundraising experience, and a demonstrated ability to successfully manage vibrant and collaborative organizational programs. The AD must work well in a team setting of experienced and passionate employees, board members, volunteers, and practitioner partners. The AD will be an important component of the organization to help translate the organizational mission and vision into action and successful outcomes. This position will be required to travel periodically throughout western Colorado and eastern Utah.  and occasionally throughout the southwest U.S. This is a full-time position with a comprehensive benefits package. 

Duties and Responsibilities:

Personnel Supervision, Systems Management:

Program Oversight, Planning, and Support:

Internal and External Relations:

Organizational, Fundraising, Administration:

Competencies and Personal Characteristics:


An undergraduate degree from an accredited university or college is required – an advanced degree is preferred. REW is open to a range of educational backgrounds, including public policy, environmental sciences, nonprofit management, business, and natural resource management. Training and/or experience in nonprofit or business management is desirable.

Career Pathways Trainer

Mi Casa Resource Center is seeking a bilingual professional with strong facilitation skills, experience in instruction or training and a
passion for working with underserved communities to join us Career PathwaysTrainer.

The Career Pathways (CP) Trainer is responsible for the facilitation, evaluation and improvement of all career pathways training programs in all formats along with the individualized support of participants along their career pathway. The CP Trainer connects participants to support services including resource navigation, coaching, higher education, or other resources. This position ensures quality assurance through data entry and curriculum improvement. In addition, the CP Trainer supports all aspects of training including recruitment, enrollment, facilitation, and logistics.  


Participant Interaction

Operational Tasks  

Independent Judgement








Business Pathways Instructor

Mi Casa Resource Center is seeking a professional with experience in training or facilitation combined with a knowledge and understanding of entrepreneurship and small business to join as a part time Business Pathways Instructor. This is a nonexempt position and is a great opportunity for someone who is looking for part time work or to make an additional income. Classes will be in the evenings from 5:30pm to 7:30pm a couple of days a week or on Saturday mornings.

The Bilingual Business Instructor is responsible for facilitating our business pathways curriculum for starting and existing entrepreneurs. They are responsible for the daily activities of the class, including lesson planning, instruction, and evaluation. In addition, the Instructor is responsible for working one-on-one with participants to provide technical assistance during classes and connects them to other resources and support. The role also maintains necessary information on participants including attendance and notes in the organization’s database system.


Participant Interaction

Operational Tasks

Independent Judgement