About the University of Denver
The University of Denver (DU), a private university, is the oldest independent university in the Rocky Mountain region, with approximately 12,900 students in undergraduate and graduate programs. DU is classified as an R1: Doctoral University – very high research activity as a Doctoral/Research University. Financial Times Higher Education, U.S. News, and The Princeton Review have consistently ranked DU among the nation’s top 100 universities and among the top three universities in the state of Colorado.
The University of Denver embodies the spirit of exploration and discovery that define our region and our history. With nationally recognized academic programs, a history of widespread influence, a forward-looking vision for a 21st-century education, and a deep commitment to promoting inclusion, we open a world of opportunity to students and empower Pioneers to make a difference around the world.
About DU Advancement
The University of Denver is building an advancement enterprise that mirrors the excellence of our great institution. Advancement efforts at DU have a tremendous impact through our relationships with DU’s remarkable students, dedicated donors, inspiring alumni, engaged families, and wonderful friends. DU is committed to building and fostering a culture of deep engagement and philanthropy in support of our institution as we implement the DU IMPACT 2025 vision. The University of Denver and DU Advancement deeply value inclusive excellence, recognizing that its success is dependent on how well it values, engages, and includes the rich diversity of constituents. You can learn more about inclusive excellence at the University of Denver by visiting The Cultural Center’s digital home. As a part of that effort, we are continuing to grow a team of collaborative, curious, results-oriented, and mission-driven advancement professionals who value inclusivity and who possess a deep respect for one another and for our shared profession.
Career and Professional Development (CPD) is a part of the Global Networks team within DU’s Advancement office. CPD is one of four offices on campus providing career development services to a diverse community of DU students and alumni. CPD serves all of the undergraduate programs, University College, multiple graduate programs, and alumni not served by the other career services offices on campus. We provide a full range of services including one-on-one career advising, workshops, programming/events, career fairs, on-campus recruiting, access to thousands of jobs, internships and alumni and employer connections. Career & Professional Development is a very fast-paced, busy office that connects with students, faculty, staff, a wide variety of departments and divisions across campus, employers, parents and the community. CPD is implementing a strategic plan for advancing diversity, equity and inclusion that includes six bold goals to achieve by 2025 based on feedback from stakeholders including students, alumni and employers.
The University of Denver is seeking a driven and passionate partner to join our Career & Professional Development team as the Assistant Director of Professional Mentoring. As part of an institutional imperative to provide an innovative 4-Dimensional Experience for students on campus, the University of Denver is investing in growth and creation of student mentoring opportunities to offer ways students can develop and excel in all of the 4 Dimensions. The Assistant Director will work collaboratively with the Director of Campus Engagement, Alumni Engagement teams, 4D Experience team, Student Employment team and other campus 4D partners to develop and manage an innovative, inclusive, holistic professional mentoring initiative that can scale quickly in support of the goal for each student to be connected with a constellation of mentors. The Assistant Director will grow student connections with alumni that are enabled by an online mentoring platform, serve as a campus-wide subject matter expert and resource for units interested in launching professional mentoring programs within their departments, and create meaningful mentoring opportunities for student groups that would benefit from access to professional connections. Through these efforts, the Assistant Director will support the learning goals and provide opportunities that advance the 4D Experience and the constellation of mentors. The Assistant Director will oversee pathways under the 4D framework for all students to have a professional mentoring opportunity during their DU experience; either through Career & Professional Development mentoring options and offerings or another campus mentoring program. To achieve these goals, it will be critical that the Assistant Director show experience and commitment to career/student development and its intersection with diversity, equity, and inclusion. The Assistant Director will also need to work closely with technology vendors to build out, administer, and continuously improve an online mentoring platform that best serves DU students and mentors.
This position is dedicated to collaborating with both the CPD team and the Associate Director of Mentoring and Planning in the 4D Experience office in building best-in-class scalable student mentoring opportunities and programs at the University of Denver. The Assistant Director conducts benchmarking research as needed to develop and improve alumni and professional mentoring programs; convenes campus partners to develop standards, resources and best practices for alumni and professional mentoring under the umbrella of the 4D Mentorship Collaborative; provides input on program strategies; and designs and delivers trainings to students who will be engaging with alumni as well as to alumni mentors. The Assistant Director will lead professional mentoring programs, with responsibility for assessment, marketing of programs, creating and managing communications, collaborating with campus partners, training and selection of alumni and professional mentors, and training on professional networking skills and mentoring processes for students to ensure high quality learning experiences. Additionally, this staff member will ensure the program is designed to create an inclusive environment for alumni mentors and students through thoughtful selection and training as well as program development. To meet the learning needs of a diverse group of students, mentoring groups may be formed around career interests, subject area affinities and/or identities. The Assistant Director may also have the opportunity to supervise a student employee who supports the program.
Performance indicators for the position will include quantity of student and alumni participation in the professional mentoring platform and programs, and initial measures of quality such as satisfaction and/or learning outcomes.
Program Development and Promotion
Training & Professional Development
Partnerships & University Citizenship
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Open office environment.
Unexpected interruptions often occur, and stress level is moderate to high.
Noise level is quiet to moderate.
Ability to sit in front of a computer for an extended period.
Occasionally required to move about the office/campus with the capability of transporting objects up to 20 lbs.
Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Some nights and weekends, as required.
For best consideration, please submit your application materials by 4:00 p.m. (MST) June 12, 2023.
Salary Grade Number:
The salary grade for the position is 10.
The salary range for this position is $55,000-$65,000.
The University of Denver has provided a compensation range that represents its good faith estimate of what the University may pay for the position at the time of posting. The University may ultimately pay more or less than the posted compensation range. The salary offered to the selected candidate will be determined based on factors such as the qualifications of the selected candidate, departmental budget availability, internal salary equity considerations, and available market information, but not based on a candidate’s sex or any other protected status.
The University of Denver is an equal opportunity employer. The University of Denver prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, age (40 years and over in the employment context), religion, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, marital status, veterans status, and any other class of individuals protected from discrimination under federal, state, or local law, regulation, or ordinance in any of the university’s educational programs and activities, and in the employment (including application for employment) and admissions (including application for admission) context, as required by Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972; Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, as amended in 2008; Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973; Title VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964; the Age Discrimination Act of 1975; the Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967; and any other federal, state, and local laws, regulations, or ordinances that prohibit discrimination, harassment, and/or retaliation. For the university’s complete Non-Discrimination Statement, please see non‑discrimination‑statement.
All offers of employment are contingent upon satisfactory completion of a criminal history background check.
Veterans Community Project (VCP) Overview
Founded in 2016 in Kansas City, MO, VCP is dedicated to supporting every man and woman who took the oath to defend our nation. The greatest barrier to ending Veteran homelessness is the revolving door of unstable housing and the frustrating maze Veterans must navigate in order to get basic support. We believe that to be an effective program, the first step is to connect Veterans and the community. VCP created an innovative homeless housing program and outreach assistance that provides inclusive services to aid Veterans in re-claiming control over their lives. For more information, visit www.vcp.org
We, the team members and co-founders of VCP, are connectors, feelers, and doers on a mission to help our kin, our kind. We move with swift, bold action, driven by our mission. We believe in collaboration, community, compassion, and above all, serving Veterans with dignity and respect.
As a member of the Veteran Support Services (VSS) team, the Outreach Specialist will work alongside Outreach Case Managers and the Outreach Coordinator to provide basic VCP services to Veterans at the Outreach Center and on mobile and street outreach. The individual in this position will be an ambassador for VCP out in the community and provide direct support to VSS case managers.
The Outreach Specialist position is a full-time salaried position, requiring flexibility in scheduling outreach efforts, and may from time to time require evening and weekend support.
Mobile and street outreach requires this position to spend roughly 40% of weekly time commitment on the road traveling to Northern Colorado Outreach catchment areas.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Competencies and Areas of Expertise
This job description should not be interpreted as all inclusive. It is intended to identify the essential functions and requirements of this job. Incumbents may be requested to perform job-related responsibilities and tasks other than those stated in this description. Any essential function or requirement of this job will be evaluated as necessary should an incumbent or applicant be unable to perform the function or requirement due to a disability as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Reasonable accommodation(s) for the specific disability will be made for the incumbent or applicant when possible.
Veterans Community Project is an equal opportunity employer and complies with all applicable federal, state, and local fair employment practices laws. We strictly prohibit and do not tolerate discrimination against employees, applicants, or any other covered persons because of race, color, religion, creed, national origin or ancestry, ethnicity, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, physical or mental disability, citizenship, past, current, or prospective service in the uniformed services, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected under applicable federal, state, or local law. All VCP employees, other workers and representatives are prohibited from engaging in unlawful discrimination. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including, but not limited to, hiring, training, promotion, discipline, compensation, benefits, and termination of employment.
About Homeward Pikes Peak
The mission of HPP is to work with individuals and families in our community to achieve their full potential through supportive housing and recovery services, to rebuild dignity & self-sufficiency, and permanentlyexit homelessness. Our efforts focus on overcoming the barriers to developing and maintaining stable housing and sober living. To do this, we adhere to commonly held social work values of service, social justice, dignity and worth of the person, importance of human relationships, integrity, and competence. We believe that these values infuse the work of HPP and are a guidepost to which our staff and partners should aspire.
This position is responsible for Case Management services for those who are experiencing homelessness, with more complex needs, with mental illness, and repeat hospitalizations, and those with the greatest barriers to housing stability – those with complex needs who are the least likely to self-resolve, and often at the highest risk of mortality. The position will work with clients in a scattered site setting in Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) for Veterans, families, and individuals. The role works collaboratively with the Housing First Team and reports to the Housing Director (MSW) to ensure that all requirements and services of a HUD and DOH-sponsored organization are fulfilled. This position will be responsible for approximately 15 clients/individuals or a head of household with a family.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
· Conduct home visits with each client at a minimum of once a month; maintain weekly contact by phone; work with each client to set goals for healthy individual growth with an emphasis on self-sufficiency and maintaining recovery; monitor progress in attaining goals; monitor adherence to all Homeward Pikes Peak – Housing First policies
· Provide transportation for clients to appointments when necessary and/or connect clients to community transportation resources.
· Develop individualized service plans for clients.
· Assess monthly client engagement and wellness and make appropriate services available as needed.
· Coordinate with other community service agencies to access service for clients as needed.
· Maintain accurate records, which include client charts as well as internal and external reports; maintain confidentiality and privacy per standards with records.
· Coordinate monthly outcome reports for the Colorado Statewide Supportive Housing Expansion (SWSHE) program.
· Enter data into HMIS and other outcome tracking tools and client files & adhere to data quality goal (90%).
· Participate in the following as needed: Coordinated Entry activities; CHAP; RMHS VFAH (working with veterans), and supervision with
· Perform other duties as assigned.
HOMEWARD PIKES PEAK TEAM RESPONSIBILITIES
· Attend and participate in staff meetings and monthly client luncheons.
· Attend and/or participate or interact with donors, attend community events, or fundraising as requested.
· Produce documentation timely as requested for audits and audit resolutions.
· Maintain office environment to professional standards and display abundant teaming skills.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES
· One to three years of experience in a human services field providing direct client supportive services is preferred.
· Lived experience appreciated with a deep understanding of challenges related to homelessness, mental illness, and substance abuse.
· Experience working directly with people from diverse socioeconomic and ethnic backgrounds, ability to communicate effectively, perform crisis intervention, and display harm reduction capabilities and trauma informed care preferred.
· PC skills required, use of spreadsheets, including PowerPoint and Word.
· Self-starter and both an ability to work independently with minimal supervision and within a team.
· Understanding of regulations and standards regarding privacy and confidentiality in the provision of direct services.
· Ability to maintain professional boundaries with clients.
· Current drivers’ license and personal auto insurance required.
At CPCQC we are on a mission to ensure that EVERY pregnant and postpartum person, infant, and their families in Colorado have access to and receive safe, equitable, high-quality care. This team is driving new collaborations, expanding community connection to care, and driving state-wide maternal and infant health quality improvement initiatives. Colorado Perinatal Care Quality Collaborative (CPCQC) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit that works with healthcare facilities, community-based organizations, and families here in Colorado as well with national partners to advance best practices and improve outcomes in maternal and infant health. CPCQC also serves as the backbone organization for the Colorado Maternal Mental Health Collaborative (CMMHC) and Framework. CMMHC is a collective impact effort made up of more than thirty organizations with diverse and critical experience and roles in supporting perinatal mental health and wellness. As a team we work to prevent maternal mortality and morbidity, inform and implement evidence-based policy, and address maternal and infant health disparities. Our work is complex, multi-faceted, and so desperately important. We cannot wait to work with a new team member to focus on the through lines of perinatal health and increase impact.
The Director of Integrated Behavioral Health and Continuum of Care will lead a portfolio of initiatives for the organization focused on broadening the integration of behavioral health screening and treatment throughout perinatal care and building robust and efficient continuums of care across vclinics, hospitals, and community-based organizations (CBOs). This position serves on the leadership team of CPCQC and reports to the Chief Executive Officer. Initially, the Director will focus on a signature program for CPCQC called IMPACT BH. This is a federally funded partnership with the Colorado Behavioral Health Administration that increases awareness, screening and treatment and connections across care systems for perinatal mood, anxiety and substance use disorders. This project is delivered through structured agreements with many state-wide and regional partners feeding into a detailed strategy and impact goals.
The Director will also function as the CPCQC lead and backbone manager of the Colorado Maternal Mental Health Collaborative and Framework; responsible
for ensuring alignment in the goals and priorities of the MMH Leadership Team and work groups; developing long-term partnerships and community engagement in support of the collective impact goals; and tracking and effectively communicating the progress and outcomes for continuous learning and improvement. The Director will further build out the initiatives under the Integrated Behavioral Health and Continuum of Care and work with the leadership team to identify funding and partnerships that advance the goals to improve maternal and infant health in Colorado. The successful candidate will have a proven track record of serving on a leadership team within the healthcare community with a passion for equity and improving quality of care. They must be a strong collaborator with all team members and comfortable with change. This person will be a self-motivated, highly competent leader who is both collaborative and has good judgment. They must be an excellent communicator to various audiences including the chief executive officer, state and federal officials, community partners, and healthcare facilities.
This is a remote, full-time, salaried position working in the state of Colorado. While this position is remote, there is an expectation to attend in-person quarterly meetings in the Denver Metro Area and the ability to occasionally meet with partners and participate in discussions in areas around the state.
CPCQC Leadership and Management:
Working with community partners:
Development and Communications:
Facilitation and Stakeholder Management:
Managing internal systems:
Please visit the CPCQC website (cpcqc.org) for the full position description and to learn more about our work and current projects.
The Center for African American Health is a community-based nonprofit organization. Our mission is to empower the Black community to make informed health decisions that benefit the whole person through education, collaboration, and advocacy.
We are looking for an experienced, detail-oriented, and organized program manager who excels in a fast-paced nonprofit environment, interested in working to promote community health through inquiry, innovation, and impact and in joining a well-respected, high-impact organization with a rich history of community service.
Under the supervision of the Chief Operating Officer, the Program Director is responsible for supervising programs and projects staff, coordinating activities between multiple programs, projects and giving detailed attention to program strategy, project delegation, and program implementation.
Essential Functions and Responsibilities
* Provide leadership for programs and projects teams by supervising and motivating team members to meet programs/projects goals, adhering to primary roles, responsibilities, and milestones.
* Develop program assessment protocols for evaluation and improvement.
* Maintain organizational standards of satisfaction, quality, and performance.
* Develop and manage budgets for programs/projects and be accountable for delivering against established business goals/objectives.
* Analyze, evaluate, and overcome program risks, and produce program reports for management and stakeholders.
* Support planning and coordinating of special projects, events, programs, and activities.
* Keep all members of the team up to date with relevant project information.
* Recruit and mobilize volunteers to assist with project events and various activities.
* Attend meetings, events, and network with various community groups and organizations as assigned.
* Schedule and organize meetings, events and maintain project records and create reports.
* Balance conflicting priorities to manage workflow, ensure the completion of essential projects, reports, and meet critical deadlines.
Education and Experience
* Bachelor’s degree in related field required.
* A minimum of three years’ experience managing staff, programs, projects, and planning initiatives.
* Strong supervisory and leadership skills.
* Exceptional time management, attention to detail, and organizational skills.
* Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
* Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
* Excellent interpersonal and customer service skills.
* Ability to attend evening and weekend community events .
* Strong computer skills, familiarity with Microsoft Office365, Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, SharePoint & Google Docs.
* Effectively communicate and support the organization’s mission, vision, and values.
* Personal qualities of integrity, credibility, and dedication to the mission of The Center.
The work involves normal physical activity associated with an office environment.
Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change at any time with or without notice.
We are hiring a Memory Care Specialist 1 at The Fountains! This position is responsible for the health and wellbeing of memory care residents, and providing personal care assistance and assistance with all activities of daily living. This position must provide protective oversight, redirection, behavior therapies, and customer service to resident in the Memory Care Wing at The Fountains.
This full-time position as a schedule of Monday – Wednesday from 1:45 pm – 10:15 pm, and Friday – Saturday from 5:45 am – 2:15 pm.
This position has a starting wage of $16 per hour.
Accepting applications for this position until filled.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
GENERAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
CLEARANCES & HEALTH REQUIREMENTS
The following background checks are conducted by Hilltop Community Resources:
Colorado Wild Public Lands (CWPL) strives to keep public lands open and accessible. Founded in 2014 and based in Basalt, CO., CWPL is dedicated to improved public lands stewardship and management. A particular focus of our efforts is ensuring that public land exchanges are transparent and serve the public interest. We operate as watchdogs to protect the quality of, and access to, public lands in the state of Colorado.
CWPL is seeking an inspired leader to build upon and elevate its mission. The successful job applicant demonstrates a high level of dedication to advocacy, leadership, and a willingness to learn and grow.
The Director will work with the CWPL Board of Directors to increase organizational programming and capacity, public participation, and membership. This is a salaried, full-time position offering health benefits and room for growth.
Some travel around the state will be necessary.
Hybrid or remote work options will be considered. However, to ensure mission alignment, candidates must be based in Colorado and have lived here a minimum of one year.
PREFERRED SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS
The Recreational Programs Director is responsible for the development, operation and sales of year-round programs based in the Front Range, Winter Park and Grand County areas. This position is an integral part of developing and cultivating relationships to form strong industry alliances, partnerships and opportunities. A fundamental duty of this position is the alignment of recreational programs with the brand focus and the creation and implementation of sustainable program plans. The Director must be able to adapt to a continually evolving environment and thrive in an autonomous and deadline-oriented workplace with both attention to detail and global picture of the organization. The Recreational Programs Director will collaborate with all Directors/staff to share resources, develop, schedules and implement programming.
The job duties of this position are performed personally, in cooperation with your supervisor, and/or in coordination with other staff. Additional work functions and duties may be assigned.
Program Development and Delivery
• Identify growth opportunities in the Front Range, Winter Park and Grand County areas for delivery and expansion of the NSCD recreational programming.
• Identify agencies and organizations to build alliances with for sustainable programming, including but not limited to University contacts to expand internship recruiting opportunities.
• Actively find opportunities to provide outreach with other disability organizations to increase our reach with individuals with disabilities.
• Actively participate in the NSCD’s fundraising efforts.
• Responsible for the development, analysis, and oversight of all recreational programs to ensure they are meeting budget financial and participant numbers. Stay on top of industry standards and trends in the AOR industry.
• Work with the Development Director to ensure that all program grants are being fulfilled appropriately.
• Work with Program Managers to set pricing for all Recreational Programs. Oversee program operations including program equipment, staffing, intern and volunteer recruitment.
• Proactively work with Program Managers to support program teams in providing safe, impactful programs that meet the needs of the disability community.
• Proactively work with the Equipment and Facilities Manager to ensure program equipment and vehicles meet programming needs and are maintained and meet safety standards.
• Proactively work with the Volunteer Manager to ensure we have sufficient numbers of trained volunteers to meet program needs.
• Provide leadership and oversee all aspects of Safety and Risk management for programs at NSCD including, but not limited to, the development and implementation of safety and risk management materials and processes, safety committee leadership, and incident investigation and resolution.
• Assist the CEO and Director of Finance/HR in the development of the annual budget ensuring that the budget is aligned with the overall program plans for the NSCD.
• Monitor program budgets closely, control and approve expenditures in keeping with approved budget and ensure that program financial performance is in keeping with the plan. Report on budget variances.
• Ensure accurate customer service and inventory database management and timely customer correspondence.
• Measure and analyze results of program initiatives to ensure goals are accomplished and optimized on an ongoing basis; provide regular accountability reports.
• Serve on the Leadership Team as an active and contributing member supporting the organization’s mission, vision, values, strategic goals and objectives; formulating policies; guiding and leading the change process; and evaluating organizational effectiveness as an organizational leader.
• Participate in Leadership Team meetings in order to coordinate program activities with other departments, assist with overall Agency goals, and be mindful of the Agency’s mission and vision.
• Ensure that the CEO and Board are kept fully informed on the condition of the organization and all-important factors influencing it in a timely manner.
• Remain up-to-date on nonprofit best practices and state/federal law and regulations regarding nonprofit financial and administrative operations
Leadership & Supervision
• Effectively supervise and manage direct reports and provide, by example and leadership, motivation, and direction to employees of the organization.
• Carry out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization’s policies and applicable state and federal employment laws.
• Responsibilities include interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; recognizing and rewarding employees; corrective disciplinary procedures and practices under direction of the President/CEO, addressing complaints and resolving problems.
• Conduct annual employee performance reviews in a timely and effective manner. Evaluate performance of employees for compliance with established policies and objectives of the organization and contributions in attaining objectives.
• Create and maintain a mission driven culture which attracts, keeps, and motivates a diverse staff of high-quality individuals. Provide regular management and leadership of the recreational program department to ensure coordination and collaboration in meeting organization and individual goals.
• Maintain leadership role in the adaptive recreation field locally and nationally.
• 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.
• 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
• Bachelor’s degree in outdoor recreation/outdoor education, special education, physical education, recreational therapy, or related field preferred
• 3-5 years Leadership experience in delivery of recreational or related programs required
• Five years supervisory experience with strong mentoring and coaching skills.
• Five years experience managing a program or department including: budgeting and monthly financial reporting, scheduling, grant reporting, outreach and sales, program data analysis and other business details.
• Current First Aid and CPR.
• Advanced ability in outdoor sports appropriate to NSCD and outdoor guide background a plus.
• Certification in outdoor sport appropriate to the NSCD and scope of program a plus, such as: PSIA, Swift Water Rescue, ACA Instructor, BLM River Guide, AMGA, WFR, EMT/WEMT, USA Archery and/or Shooting, etc. a plus
• Must be computer proficient and possess experience of Microsoft Office Suite and able to learn new software as needed.
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills including writing and report development.
• Ability to implement Agency vision, mission, values, and strategic plan.
• Ability to handle multiple tasks and to assess and change priorities based upon Agency needs.
• Strategic thinker who communicates professionally and effectively with diverse staff, volunteers, donors, prospects, and community stakeholders.
• Ability to maintain consistent exercise of discretion and confidentiality in the performance of duties.
• Ability to work with a high degree of autonomy, initiative, and exercise personal judgment in a fast-paced environment with a strong sense of humor and integrity.
• Superior skills to organize, plan, and execute the full scope of required programs.
• Knowledge of disabilities and of adaptive recreation and equipment is desirable.
• Candidates must possess a Colorado driver’s license, meet background check criteria, and meet criteria regarding clearance to drive company vehicles including 15 passenger vans and vehicles with large towing capacity, snowmobiles, surface and aerial lifts, as required by specific job duties.
This is a full time, year-round position. The work schedule varies based on seasonal programming needs, generally from 8:00 am – 5:00 pm. This positioncan work in Winter Park or Denver with opportunities for partial remote. Frequent travel between the two locations will be required. This position also can include someweekends and/or evenings supporting the programming needs of the Agency.
The salary range for this position is $85,000 – $105,000. Actual salaries will vary and may be above or below the range based on various factors including but not limited to experience, education, training, and performance.
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.
• 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 and events.
• Physically able to assist guests, students, or clients and manipulate adaptive equipment.
• Able to lift 25 lbs. with minimal assistance.
• Able to work outside year-round in varying conditions.
• Able to successfully manage multiple, high priority tasks in a fast-paced environment.
This job description is intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed. It is not intended to be a complete list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of employees performing this job. Furthermore, this job description does not establish a contract of employment. NSCD may change job descriptions at any time, with or without notice as service needs require.
I have read, understand, and can accomplish the scope of work outlined in this job description.
Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Policy
NSCD 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, sex, color, creed, religion, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, ancestry, citizenship, veteran status, genetic information, or any other applicable status protected by state or local law. NSCD will consider providing reasonable workplace accommodations if needed
Denver Inner City Parish is seeking a dedicated and compassionate individual to join our organization as a Food Pantry Assistant. In this role, you will provide vital support to our food pantry operations at Denver Inner City Parish, as well as our 20 various Mobile Pantry Sites throughout the community. This role is vital to ensure the efficient and effective distribution of food to individuals and families in need. You will play a crucial role in fighting hunger and making a positive impact on the community.
-Mobile Pantry Food Distribution: Assist in the efficient and organized distribution of food to clients, ensuring that all individuals receive their designated portions in a respectful and dignified manner.
-Inventory Management: Monitor expiration dates, and rotate stock to ensure the availability of fresh and quality food items. Assist in receiving, sorting, and stocking incoming food donations and purchased food.
-Client Assistance: Provide friendly and empathetic customer service to clients, answering questions, providing information about available food resources, and offering referrals to additional services when needed.
-Volunteer Coordination: Support the coordination and supervision of volunteers, including assigning tasks, providing training and guidance, and ensuring a positive and productive volunteer experience.
-Facility Maintenance: Maintain cleanliness and organization within the food pantry facility, including shelving, storage areas, and workstations, to ensure a safe and welcoming environment for clients and volunteers. Along with this is maintaining accurate cleaning logs to supplement maintenance responsibilities
-Data Entry and Reporting: Assist in maintaining accurate records of client visits, food distribution, and other relevant data. Generate reports as required by program managers.
-Outreach and Promotion: Participate in community outreach activities, such as distributing flyers or attending events, to raise awareness of the food pantry services and engage with potential donors and clients.
-Compliance and Safety: Adhere to all health and safety guidelines, including proper handling and storage of food, to ensure compliance with food safety regulations and protect the well-being of clients, volunteers, and staff.
-Support Program Initiatives: Collaborate with the program directors and team members to implement and improve program initiatives, such as nutrition education, cooking classes, or special events, to enhance the impact of the food pantry on the community.
High school diploma or equivalent.
Strong organizational skills with the ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently.
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to interact compassionately and professionally with diverse populations.
Attention to detail and ability to follow procedures accurately.
Ability to work effectively in a team and independently.
Basic computer skills, including data entry and proficiency in using standard office software.
Physical ability to lift and carry food boxes or bags, and stand for extended periods.
Commitment to the mission and values of the organization.
Bilingual proficiency in languages commonly spoken in the community served.
Previous experience working in a food pantry, social services, or related field.
Knowledge of local food assistance programs and community resources.
Note: This job description is intended to provide a general overview of the position and is not exhaustive. Other duties and responsibilities may be assigned as needed to meet the goals of the food pantry program.
Who We Are
As an open admissions shelter, we are committed to being here for families and their pets in Jefferson County, Colorado. We identify as a socially conscious shelter, caring for over 8,000 dogs, cats, and small animals every year with a compassionate team of staff and volunteers who are committed to the physical and emotional wellbeing of every pet and person we serve.
What You Bring
What You’ll Do