The Sponsored Research Officer (SRO) is the frontline support for College faculty across all disciplines seeking external funding for research, scholarship, and creative projects through grants and fellowships. The SRO gets to know individual faculty and their research interests and objectives, helps search for external funding sources, assists in preparing proposals, proposal budgets and subaward documents, secures institutional approvals and handles online submissions for government agencies.
Reporting to the Director of Foundation Relations & Sponsored Research, the Sponsored Research Officer forms important relationships with the Office of the Provost/Dean of Faculty, the Grant Accountant (Financial Services) and other staff to help ensure compliance with all relevant internal and external policies and procedures, as well as providing some post-award support. Please visit our website for a full description of this position, and to apply.
Learn more about the MHC community by clicking here. Mount Holyoke College is a women’s college that is gender diverse. The College is committed to providing equal access and opportunity in employment and education to all employees and students. In compliance with state and federal law, Mount Holyoke College does not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, color, genetic information, sex, national or ethnic origin, religion, age, physical or mental disability, marital status, sexual orientation, pregnancy, gender identity or expression, ancestry, veteran or military status, or any other legally protected status under federal, state or local law. The College does not discriminate on the basis of gender in the recruitment and admission of students to its graduate program. Mount Holyoke College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Are you ready for a challenge, and eager to join a dynamic team, then consider BDCC? The person filing the role of Grant and Office Administrator will support BDCC’s accounting, finance, and grant management group, and will be integral to ensuring the activities of the organization, both before and after the grant award process, run smoothly, accurately, and timely. In addition, this person will have the opportunity to take the lead on specific tasks that are necessary to keep operations running efficiently, keep projects and programs moving forward, and providing support to business areas that are overextended. Joining BDCC as its Grant and Office Administrator affords the opportunity for a person to join a team of life-long learners and to build on their professional skill set with hands on learning.
This position requires an applicant who wants to be part of a team focused on mission driven results, has impeccable attention to detail, and problem solving & critical thinking skills. BDCC, is a private, nonprofit economic development organization that serves as a catalyst for industrial and commercial growth throughout Southeastern Vermont. The primary goal of the BDCC is to create and keep a flourishing business community that supports vibrant fiscal activity, and improves the quality of life of all of its residents. As such, all BDCC employees are integral in helping the organization to reach its goals. All staff are expected to take part in professional development activities led by the Executive Director as well as pursue opportunities individually. The organization relies on all staff to help attend community and business meetings across the county. Participation in these activities by all BDCC staff is critical to the BDCCs success. Please visit our website to learn more about Position Duties & Responsibilities, Qualifications, Working Conditions, Physical Requirements, and how to apply.
The Springfield Museums has an immediate opening for a Point of Sales (POS) System Assistant/Senior Sales Associate, this is a 30 hour per week, non-exempt, position which is responsible for maintaining the POS system for the Hanmer Museum Store and The Gallery, the Springfield Museums’ ecommerce store. This position reports to the Museum Stores Buyer. One weekend day per week, this position will be the acting onsite supervisor and will oversee the duties associated with the Hanmer Museum Store operation.
Under the direction of the Museums Store Buyer, perform the following: Duties Associated with The Gallery • Maintain the eCommerce site and continue development as needed • Add products and develop product pages adding all necessary information; take photos when not available from the manufacturer. Ensue all required steps are completed prior to adding product to the site • Assist in training staff on new procedures and policies for the eCommerce store • Fulfill orders in a quick and efficient manner from the onset of receiving the online order to notifying and working with store staff in packaging and shipping the order • Maintain email notifications and respond to customers in a timely fashion • Maintain the shipping material inventory, ensure supplies are available at all times, including those provided by USPS. Request additional supplies through the Museums’ Purchasing Assistant • Ensure eCommerce practices and procedures are followed and enforced Duties Associated with The Gallery and The Hanmer Museum Store • Create purchase orders (PO) for new product. Upon receipt of merchandise, finalize the PO process. Provide receipt documentation to the finance office for timely payments • Add, update, and remove product from the point of sale (POS) system, note price changes, add special promotional offers, etc. • Follow-up with vendors and shipping companies regarding shortages, overages, damaged or unreceived merchandise, etc. • Conduct Cycle Counts in order to provide a current and accurate inventory count. Assist in bi-annual inventory • Review and analyze product history • Serve as the POS in-house point person, display accuracy and efficiency in program operation. Remain current with system updates, website policies, and other related needs. Work with POS provider to resolve technological issues as they arise • Maintain Omnichannel Point-Of-Sales from both the retail and the eCommerce side. Perform other duties as requested by Supervisor.
Under the direction of the Hanmer Museum Store Manager, perform the following: Duties Associated with Senior Sales Associate • In the absence of the Museum Store Manager: o Supervise the Museum Store Staff. Provide direction as to what duties are to be completed as well as conduct projects within the store to include: ticketing; cleaning; displays; and restocking of merchandise o Conduct opening and closing procedures ensuring registers are operational and the drawers are well stocked with change and bills. At the end of the day, reconcile sales with the daily sales report o Ensure excellent customer service, answer questions, address complaints, and make certain customer needs are being met • Receive, unpack, ticket, and arrange new shipments from vendors and accurately record intake of merchandise • Serve as a Sales Associate in the Museum Store as deemed necessary to provide coverage for vacation, callouts, or when additional coverage is required. Perform other duties as requested by the Hanmer Museum Store Manager.
The Following Qualifications are Required: • Three years retail experience including performing back-office functions using a POS system • Knowledge of eCommerce software such as Lightspeed is highly desirable • Prior supervising experience • An Associates’ degree • Accuracy, efficiency, attention to detail, and excellent follow-through skills • Confidentiality and careful handling of customer, vendor, and pricing information • An interest in working with numbers and the ability to analyze data • Excellent customer service and interpersonal skills • This position requires working one weekend day.
This Position Offers the Following Benefits: • Healthcare: medical, dental, vision insurance • 100 % employer paid short term disability Insurance • Long Term Disability insurance • Term and Voluntary Life insurance • Critical Illness insurance • Accident insurance • Flexible Spending Account (FSA) • Generous paid time off • 401(k) retirement plan • Family membership to the Springfield Museums • Generous discounts for Museum School courses • Museum Store discount • Blake Café discount • Free parking.
Interested candidates should submit their letter of application by Friday, September 30, 2022, to: firstname.lastname@example.org The Springfield Museums is an Equal Opportunity Employer, committed to being a diverse and inclusive workplace, dedicated to fair and inclusive employment practices for all individuals. If you feel you have the skills necessary for this job, but do not have all the specified qualifications, please apply and tell us about yourself.
Events Coordinator- per diem, hybrid/remote work environment
Lifepath is seeking an energetic, dynamic, events coordinator for the planning and oversight of LifePath’s annual walkathon to be held May 6, 2023. This premier fundraising event and festival provides essential funds to support LifePath’s mission to promote the independence, dignity and quality of life of older adults, individuals with disabilities and caregivers. The event is an opportunity for LifePath, its business partners and local community organizations to showcase their programs and services. The Coordinator will provide leadership and direction to the Walkathon Planning Committee who share in the promotion and planning of the event.
The ideal candidate will have: Strong, positive leadership skills. Creative fundraising and revenue generation experience. Expertise in events planning and orchestration. Computer proficiency. Effective social media leveraging skills for event optimization. Exceptional communication and time management skills. Volunteer recruitment, community engagement and team building skills.
The qualified individual must be a self-starter with a passion for fundraising and event planning. A minimum of 3 years of leadership experience in executing and hosting non-profit or corporate events. The right candidate is someone who can manage timelines and deadlines to successfully deliver upon the goals of the Walkathon. Initial hours for this position will range from 5-10 hours per week and will increase up to 25-40 per week toward the culmination of the event as needed. Work can be completed remotely or via hybrid work option.
LifePath offers a compassionate, inclusive company culture and excellent work environment. Submit a cover letter and resume to HR@lifepathma.org Please put “events coordinator” in the subject line. LifePath is deeply committed to anti racism and the principles of equity, diversity and inclusiveness. Bi-lingual, minorities, women and candidates with disabilities are encouraged to apply. AA/EOE
This is a full-time, 30 hour per week position, available immediately. The schedule requires one weekend day with remaining hours to be determined. This position will be responsible for maintaining exhibit areas and troubleshooting problems which affect exhibitions throughout the Springfield Museums with particular emphasis on those which are interactive in nature. Under the direction of the Manager of Exhibition Services, the incumbent will assist with the installation and de-installation of the permanent and temporary exhibitions, and maintenance of the permanent and temporary exhibit spaces, as time permits.
Essential functions of the position include but are not limited to the following: · Circulate throughout and trouble-shoot problems affecting the operation of all the interactive exhibits within the Springfield Museums. · Maintain permanent and temporary exhibit spaces to museum standards. Maintain regular cleaning schedule of the assigned exhibit spaces. · As deemed necessary, disinfect areas and items regularly handled by the public. Clean exhibit cases and replace brochures. · Monitor and adjust light levels in galleries. · Walk-through buildings regularly to monitor galleries, check lighting, general conditions, and cleanliness and respond accordingly. · Keep the Manager of Exhibition Services informed of exhibition/building issues. · Maintaining supplies and equipment; and communicating equipment or supply needs. · Perform other similar duties as required or assigned. As time allows and as assigned under the direction of the Manager of Exhibition Services or the Exhibition staff, assist in: · Fabricating, installing, maintaining, and dismantling exhibitions; preparing galleries prior to exhibit installation; mounting permanent and temporary exhibitions; and mounting and installing labels · Packing and crating exhibition components as requested, transporting display components inside and between Museums and other locations · Supporting set-up personnel in preparing for and/or maintaining special events and routine procedures requiring extra assistance (i.e., packing large jobs, moving large objects, loading trucks, etc.).
Learn more here: https://springfieldmuseums.org/about/employment
For immediate consideration to any of our open staff positions, please email your résumé and cover letter to: email@example.com.
The Springfield Museums has an immediate opening for a part-time (20 hours/week) Prospect Researcher. This is a non-exempt position with a rate of $20.00 per hour. The Prospect Researcher reports to the Director of Development. Position Summary: As an integral member of the Springfield Museums’ Development team, the Prospect Researcher is responsible for investigating wealth markers for potential Major Gift donors. This research will help the Director of Development and the Major Gift Officer craft well-strategized fundraising plans. This data-base centered job might include research on the capacity to give, likelihood of donating, relationship to other prospects, matching gift eligibility, philanthropic indicators, etc. This position will also be responsible for data entry and “clean up” for our Altru fundraising database. This is a great opportunity to learn the Development trade and hone data-base skills.
Position Summary: Essential functions of the position include but are not limited to the following: • Using a broad spectrum of sources to research, organize, and evaluate prospects’ financial capacity, ability to give, willingness to give, charitable interests, and connection to the organization • Producing in-depth, well-written reports on prospects based on a combination of data from the donor database, available financial records, real estate ownership, and other markers of potential Major Gift donors • Writing frequent prospect briefings for the use of the Development team • Implementing new research techniques as they arise, striving to design a highly useful research methodology for the Museums • Working with other Development staff to improve the organization’s fundraising strategies and use of the donor database • Providing general support to development staff and work on special projects when called for
Qualifications include, but are not necessarily limited to: • a bachelor’s degree • 1-2 years of related work experience, with a working knowledge of the development world • prior experience working in a deadline-driven environment • proficiency with databases • ability to learn quickly and adapt to new situations • demonstrated strong oral and written communication skills • ability to maintain complete confidentiality of donor information • keen attention to detail and outstanding organizational skills • attention to Universal Participation, Inclusion, Diversity, Anti-Racism, and Equity goals of the Museums This position offers the following benefits: • Generous paid time off • 401(k) retirement plan • Family Membership to the Springfield Museums • Generous discounts for Museum School courses • Museum Store discount • Blake Café discount • Free parking
Interested individuals should submit their letter of application, with qualifications included, by September 30, 2022 to: firstname.lastname@example.org. The Springfield Museums is an Equal Opportunity Employer, committed to being a diverse and inclusive workplace, dedicated to fair and inclusive employment practices for all individuals. If you feel you have the skills necessary for this job, but do not have the specified qualifications, please apply and tell us more about yourself.
Position Summary: The position of Membership and Event Coordinator is available immediately; this is a full-time, 40-hour, non-exempt position. The Membership and Event Coordinator is an essential member of the Development Office team and reports to the Director of Development. This position serves as the liaison between the Museums and its members. It also serves as the vital and detail-oriented record-keeper for membership. This customer service/data base position is responsible for keeping the Membership Program exciting and attractive to visitors, creating and coordinating Member Events together with the Development Team. The Membership and Events Coordinator is responsible for all data management including reports and analysis, which will all help increase member numbers and revenue. The Membership and Event Coordinator is responsible for assisting the Director of Development and the Major Gift Officer to conceptualize, develop, and coordinate membership events including high-level fundraisers, exhibition openings, receptions outside and inside the Museums and member activities which are held in collaboration with educational programs. Responsibilities will include engaging with caterers, organizing room set ups, scheduling security personnel and custodial staff, and working with Marketing staff to promote events.
Essential functions of the position include but are not limited to the following: • Maintain Museums’ development and visitors services database (Altru) by checking individual records, processing memberships, and creating reports. • Prepare and monitor membership renewals, generating notices and membership cards (both physical and electronic membership cards). • Coordinate membership initiatives and events with all departments including the Welcome Center and Education departments. • With the Director of Development, establish a timeline for all membership mailings and email communications including acquisitions, renewals, upgrades, invitations, general communications, and annual fund appeals. • Coordinate and participate in promotional and membership events, which include various evening and weekend events. • Attend membership and advancement committee meetings; record, transcribe, and proofread minutes; distribute minutes to members. Prepare and distribute agendas for meetings.
Qualifications include but are not necessarily limited to: • A Bachelor’s Degree and two years of experience working in an office or customer service position that included database entry. • Strong writing, editing and communications skills. • Vision, creativity and an entrepreneurial spirit a plus. • Exceptional computer skills required with knowledge of Altru or Blackbaud development software preferred. • Prior experience in event planning or a similar position that required attention to detail, multi-tasking, and excellent follow-through skills. • Prior experience working with volunteers is highly desirable. • The ability to lift up to 30 pounds is necessary. Some evening and weekend hours are required.
Interested candidates should submit their cover letter and resume to Emilie Czupryna, Director of Development by Tuesday, September 12, 2022, to email@example.com.
The Springfield Museums is an Equal Opportunity Employer, committed to being a diverse and inclusive workplace, dedicated to fair and inclusive employment practices for all individuals. If you feel you have the skills necessary for this job, but do not have the specified qualifications, please apply and tell us more.
The NMH Advancement Office is looking for a motivated development professional to manage the day-to-day oversight and administration of NMH’s Planned Giving program. Reporting to the Director of Major and Planned Gifts, the Planned Giving Program Manager is responsible for the implementation of the planned giving marketing plan for life income vehicles and bequest arrangements to alumni, parents, and friends. In conjunction with the Director, the Program Manager will design and implement an annual calendar of print and digital appeals, track planned gifts in the database, and manage program reporting and budgeting. This position requires regular interaction with donors, vendors, and other external constituents, as well as close collaboration with other teams within Advancement and across campus.
The successful applicant will have an associate’s Degree or higher and at least 5 years in a high-paced, detail-oriented office environment. The successful candidate will have experience with financial and/or legal terms, perhaps with a background in estate administration, complex assets, or investment administration; enjoys contact with diverse audiences, from alumni/ae and family members of varying ages and backgrounds to attorneys and advisors, largely by telephone and email. Candidates must have outstanding organizational, technical, oral, and written communication skills. Proficiency with Microsoft Office and Google products is preferred and experience with fundraising software is highly desired. Candidates should be active listeners who are curious, decisive, and able to go beyond routine questions to gain an in-depth understanding of needs and projects. The ideal candidate must be organized, highly detail-oriented, able to manage concurrent projects, and able to build organizational and cross-functional awareness. Additional qualifications include the ability to work collaboratively with a team, as well as being a self-starter capable of working independently.
Some weekend and evening work is required. A valid driver’s license is required. Candidates should have a demonstrated interest in making a positive impact on the lives of adolescents and embrace the opportunity to work with a diverse community in a boarding school environment. To apply for this position, please email a cover letter and resume to: Human Resources Northfield Mount Hermon One Lamplighter Way Mount Hermon, MA 01354 Phone: (413) 498-3229; Fax: (413) 498-3240 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org **Screening will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. ** Northfield Mount Hermon is an Equal Opportunity Employer
The Assistant Director of Gift Processing is responsible for all functions related to charitable gifts received at Western New England University. This includes: financial data input, daily and monthly reporting, receipting and acknowledgment, reconciliation, procedural documentation, and maintenance and oversight of all gift account related fields in the database. Essential duties include processing and entering all charitable gifts received, and following up the gifts with tax receipts and acknowledgement letters. Also responsible for all associated gift documentation necessary for the Controller's Office. Position demands require individual who can adapt and be flexible to meet the various deadlines of the department.
Qualifications: Must have a Bachelor Degree. 3-5 years of related experience. Detail-oriented with a high standard of accuracy a must. Knowledge of basic accounting concepts. Robust analytical and critical thinking skills. Excellent fringe benefits including tuition remission for employee, spouse, and dependent children. Western New England University is a private, independent, coeducational institution founded in 1919. Located on an attractive 215-acre suburban campus in Springfield, Massachusetts, Western New England University serves 3,900 students, including more than 2,600 full-time undergraduate students. Undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs are offered through Colleges of Arts and Sciences, Business, Engineering, and Pharmacy, and School of Law. Western New England University is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We welcome candidates whose background may contribute to the further diversification of our community. In alignment with the University’s commitment to health and safety, all Faculty and Staff are required to be vaccinated and provide proof of vaccination. To apply to this position please visit http://employment.wne.edu.
The Children’s Advocacy Center of Franklin County and North Quabbin (CACFNQ) is looking for an energetic, passionate individual to lead our team as the Executive Director. This is a full- time, benefited position, where the right candidate can continue the growth and development of this important human service agency in its mission to prevent and end child abuse in our community by providing safety, healing and justice.
The Executive Director is charged with carrying out the purposes, policies, and programs of the CAC to meet its mission, as determined by the Board of Directors. The Executive Director oversees the management of all programs, personnel, and finances, while also serving as the Center’s representative to the community. The CACFNQ provides a coordinated, multi- disciplinary, and humane approach to the investigation, treatment and prosecution of cases of child abuse in a facility that minimizes trauma and anxiety for the child victim and maximizes the collective efforts of the professionals. The approach is through a multidisciplinary team consisting of Department of Children and Families workers, police, medical and mental health professionals, prosecutors, and victim advocates. The goal of the CACFNQ is to reduce the stress experienced by child victims of abuse and their non-offending family members throughout the investigation and intervention process. The Executive Director is the head of this organization, supervising staff, directing development efforts, engaging in outreach with the community, and interacting with the Board of Directors.
Job Qualifications ▪ Bachelor’s Degree in appropriate related field. ▪ Advanced Degree Preferred. ▪ Minimum of five years’ experience in administration and management in human services or related field. ▪ Experience working with a volunteer board of directors is preferred ▪ Interest and passion in multidisciplinary response to child abuse ▪ Excellent interpersonal skills to work effectively with many different constituencies. ▪ Strong leadership and managerial capability and the ability to evaluate and develop personnel. ▪ Excellent written and verbal communication skills and a collaborative management approach is required. ▪ Analytical ability and resourcefulness, as required in developing and implementing progressive plans, policies and programs. ▪ Excellent problem-solving skills. ▪ Previous experience in community outreach and enthusiasm for CAC’s mission. ▪ Strong commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion ▪ A history of raising funds and the ability to excel in grant writing and administration of grants. ▪ An excellent internal and external communicator, who is comfortable in building/maintaining relationships with employees and community members. ▪ The ability to inspire confidence, lead others, and capture the attention and interest of diverse groups. ▪ Strong public speaking ability and excellent writing skills. ▪ Basic knowledge of non-profit fiscal management. ▪ History within the CAC field a plus.
CACFNQ is an accredited member of the National Children’s Alliance. It is an independent, non- profit corporation funded by community donations and grants (federal, state, county, and city) specifically to (1) prevent “system” re-traumatization of child abuse victims, (2) provide a multidisciplinary team approach to address the needs of child abuse victims, and (3) to educate the community to prevent child abuse. The program’s approach facilitates communication among the multidisciplinary team of agencies that investigate and prosecute child abuse. It provides a safe, child-friendly facility which is designed for abused children and the agencies involved in child abuse investigations. The CAC current annual operating budget is approximately $550,000 and under the leadership of the new Executive Director, it will continue to increase mental health services.
SALARY AND BENEFITS: • The salary range for this full-time position is between $75,000-$82,500, commensurate with qualifications and experience • Employees of CACFNQ are eligible for insurance benefits TO APPLY: Email cover letter and resume to Bill Benson: Info@cacfranklinnq.org or mail to: CAC, PO Box 1099, Greenfield MA 01301. More information and the full job description can be found at the CAC website: https://cacfranklinnq.org
The Girls on the Run® Development and Outreach Manager must possess a passion for and commitment to improving the lives and opportunities of girls in third through eighth grades. Girls on the Run provides a safe and interactive way to learn about healthy living including introductions and education on important topics like goal-setting, cooperation, healthy decision-making, and self-respect. The innovative curriculum gives girls an opportunity to listen and open up while encouraging them to commit to a healthy lifestyle and harness their inner strengths. Girls on the Run Western MA is a 501(c)(3) organization and currently serves all 4 Western MA counties (Hampden, Hampshire, Franklin and Berkshire).
Girls on the Run believes that all girls and communities should have access to our programs. We warmly welcome the participation of any child who identifies as “girl,” non-binary or gender expansive in our programs. We strive to eliminate barriers to participation, to continue creating programming that engages all communities, to be intentional about staff and volunteer diversity and to promote a culture of inclusion across the organization.
The Development and Outreach Manager is a part time position, 20 hours per week. The best candidate will passionately reflect the mission and values of Girls on the Run and will have proven experience in fund development, volunteer management and growing contributed income budgets > $250,000. She/he will have a strong entrepreneurial spirit, attention to detail, excellent relationship building skills, strong follow through and the ability to communicate compelling messages to diverse audiences. Key responsibilities within these areas include but are not limited to: Partnerships, Volunteer and Fund Development Alongside the Executive Director, activate strategies for stewarding individual donors, corporate sponsorships, and special events, to ensure that fundraising goals are achieved. Develop community relationships to cultivate donors, sponsors and volunteers to ensure council revenue and resources needs are met. Serve as the liaison to connect volunteers to council wide engagement opportunities. Establish community partnerships with like-minded organizations that are well-aligned with Girls on the Run mission. Adhere to all Girls on the Run council obligations as pertains to partnerships as stated in the membership agreement and operations manual. Develop and oversee the implementation of the SoleMates and Unstoppable Us initiative. Create and update data tracking tools that will provide financial information to develop the organizational budget.
GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES Serves as an ambassador for Girls on the Run, exhibiting Girls on the Run core values. Continuously work to achieve the Girls on the Run mission. Develop positive relationships with volunteers, board members, donors, sponsors, parents, participants, media and other community members. Provide staff, volunteer, and partnership support during the end of season 5Ks. Any other duties deemed necessary by the Executive Director. Looking for the following experience: Works collaboratively with teams. Taking initiative. Bravery and creativity in decision making. Adapting to unforeseen challenges. Passion for collaboration and bringing people together. Quality customer service. Access to reliable transportation Ability to communicate effectively in person, by telephone, via videoconference, and via email. Ability to pass a post-offer background check Ability to comply with GOTR WMA's COVID-19 vaccination policy, or to qualify for an exemption. Living the Girls on the Run mission and values.
Our team is passionate about supporting each other. We celebrate each other’s successes, are quick to lend our help and share our knowledge, we work collaboratively and believe wholeheartedly in the work that we do. In this position, you can expect a work culture that trusts and empowers you to work autonomously with the support of your team when you need it, that appreciates you for who you are as a person not just an employee, and that promotes a healthy work-life balance.
To support your success you can expect: The opportunity to work with an engaged and motivated Board that works hard and proactively raises funds in partnership with staff. Strong support from Girls on the Run International providing programming support and resources. A small but mighty staff who are passionate about working together to fulfill the mission and have fun along the way. Respect for work-life balance. You will work hard, but we respect your need to recharge your batteries. Generous PTO and retirement plan. This position is part-time, 20 hours, offering an hourly rate $22-$26 (annualized $23,000-$27,000), with PTO and a retirement plan. No healthcare coverage is included. Some evening and weekend availability is needed to support coach, volunteer and fundraising events. This position is in-person. Ideal position start date is October 1, 2022. To apply, visit https://girlsontherun.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=198