Mary Lyon Foundation Executive Director (Salaried, Part-time) The Mary Lyon Foundation (MLF) is a community-based 501(c)(3) non-profit organization based in Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts. The MLF supports all aspects of innovative education in the towns of Ashfield, Buckland, Charlemont, Colrain, Hawley, Heath, Plainfield, Rowe, and Shelburne. The MLF collaborates with three distinct school districts: the Rowe Elementary School, the Hawlemont Regional School District, and the Mohawk Trail Regional School District.
Responsibilities Reporting to the Board of Trustees, the Executive Director (ED) has overall strategic and operational responsibility for the foundation’s office and financial operations, staff, programs, and fundraising, including, but not limited to: ● Providing executive leadership to the Board of Trustees, local schools, and community in accordance with the MLF’s strategic plan. ● Effectively managing the office, programs, and services, and supervising the Business Manager, Executive Assistant and volunteers. ● Preparing five-year budget projections and developing and maintaining a balanced budget. ● Working with the Board to manage all aspects of fundraising: events, grant writing, annual appeals and major campaigns including donor cultivation, solicitation and stewardship.
Minimum Qualifications ● Bachelor’s Degree required; advanced degree ideal. ● Proven track record of successful senior management experience in for-profit or nonprofit management with at least 3 years involvement in a non-profit organization. ● Proven organizational, financial, budgeting, and management skills, experience in hiring/coaching/supervising staff. ● Demonstrated competency in cloud-based computer hardware/software systems. ● Ability to attend evening and weekend meetings and events.
This part-time, salaried position reports to the Board of Trustees; compensation is commensurate with experience. Some work time in the office is required, coupled with the flexibility to work from home. Apply via email to firstname.lastname@example.org with a cover letter and resume. For a full job description and additional information about the Mary Lyon Foundation, please visit here - the position will remain open until filled. Application review will begin 9/21/20; interviews will begin mid-October.
CONTROLLER ORGANIZATIONAL OVERVIEW The mission of Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation is to strengthen communities through philanthropy and leadership. We offer donors, nonprofits and community groups the tools and expertise to achieve their philanthropic vision and goals, and identify critical areas where the foundation can leverage its relationships and leadership for lasting impact.
Founded in 1987 in Salisbury, Conn., Berkshire Taconic serves Berkshire County, Mass.; Columbia and northeast Dutchess County, N.Y.; and northwest Litchfield County, Conn. In all, we serve the residents of 70 towns and three cities across three states, within a 2,200-square mile region. Like most community foundations, Berkshire Taconic offers a variety of fund types that allow donors and community groups to build charitable resources and make grants and other awards over time to achieve their philanthropic goals. BTCF has also proactively established funds to address a specific issue in our region or to develop permanent charitable resources to serve a set of communities. This has resulted in the creation and growth of 11 area funds, 33 education enrichment funds that serve every public school district in our region, and special initiatives to address regional challenges.
As we enter our fourth decade, we are expanding our reach and focusing on a set of strategic priorities where we believe philanthropy can make a measurable difference. In total, the foundation manages more than 550 funds totaling nearly $150 million in assets that together make over $8 million in grants and other awards each year. BTCF is a learning organization that embraces a culture of high performance, transparency and flexibility. All staff participate in professional development activities on an ongoing basis and work cooperatively as a team. We are respectful of each other, the volunteer board and committees that guide our work, and the nonprofits and donors who are our vital partners in improving lives across the region. More information can be found at www.berkshiretaconic.org.
POSITION OVERVIEW Working closely with the vice president of finance and administration, the controller is responsible for leading Berkshire Taconic’s finance and accounting operations, and maintaining accurate financial records and reporting. This position is responsible for overseeing all accounting transactions, budgets, audit, tax, investment and banking transactions, and financial reporting. The controller will work with the finance team to develop new and modify existing financial and accounting processes as needed to improve the accuracy, financial controls and efficiency of the foundation’s financial operations and its supporting organizations. The controller will maintain a working knowledge of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and nonprofit accounting standards, state and federal regulations, including payroll and benefits, and will meet all associated filing requirements. The controller reports to the vice president of finance and administration and supervises two accounting professionals. As a manager, the controller is responsible for providing coaching and support in order for the team members to be successful in their roles and grow professionally.
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES Financial Accounting, Investments and Cash Management • Maintain an accurate general ledger by overseeing all gifts, grants, investments, AP, GL and other transactions. • Lead monthly and quarterly closings, including adjusting entries and reconciling subsidiary modules and supporting organization records. • Oversee monthly investment account reconciliations and accurate administrative fee calculations. • Maintain current procedures and documented controls over financial transactions. • Oversee checking accounts and approve deposits, ACH, Posipay, and bank and investment account reconciliations. • Calculate asset-rebalancing entries and execute transfers to move cash in and among checking and investment accounts. Execute cash flow and fund transfers. Financial Analysis and Reporting • Prepare quarterly financial reports for management, the finance committee, board, and the Foundation for Community Health finance committee. • Prepare monthly departmental operating budget reports, quarterly fund statements, and fund program and grant reports. • Lead audit and tax preparation for the foundation and it supporting organizations by providing information and guiding staff to prepare reports and complete annual MA, CT and NY reports and solicitation filings. • Oversee staff completion of foundation, industry and investment surveys; agency fund audit confirmations; and monthly dashboard and investment reports for website and donor portal. Charitable Funds Management • Ensure accurate coding of new funds, changes to funds, and closing funds. • Track low-balance funds, prevent against spending from negative fund balances, and coordinate actions with program and philanthropic services departments. • Oversee provision of fund financial data to staff as requested. Payroll and Benefits Administration • Manage all aspects of payroll (Zenefits and Paychex) and benefits including but not limited to 403B plan, health and dental insurance, and medical 125 plans for Berkshire Taconic and the Foundation for Community Health. • Maintain personnel records to ensure regulatory compliance, and coordinate annual and semi-annual review process. • Provide benefits administration and communications to staff. Assistance to Vice President of Finance and Administration • Assist the vice president of finance and administration with reporting, special projects and other related duties as assigned. • Attend and prepare minutes for audit, finance and investment committee meetings.
QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE The ideal candidate will demonstrate the following attributes and skills: • Bachelor’s degree in accounting with 5+ years of accounting and financial experience. CPA preferred. • Experience in accounting and audit preparation; with gathering, evaluating, presenting and reporting financial information to executive teams desired. • Experience supervising accounting professionals and managing staff teams • Personal qualities of integrity, credibility and ethical conduct. • A commitment to the mission, vision and values of the foundation. • Welcomes organizational growth and change. • Experience in a nonprofit that has multiple program areas a plus. COMPENSATION Commensurate with experience and skills. Benefits include health, dental, life, disability, paid vacation, sick leave and contribution to 403(b) plan.
HOW TO APPLY Please submit resume and cover letter to Vice President of Finance and Administration Joseph Baker at jbaker@ berkshiretaconic.org by Sept. 30. Expected start date is by Dec. 1 to allow overlap with current controller. Berkshire Taconic is an equal opportunity employer and will not discriminate in recruiting, hiring, promoting, discharging, compensating, training employees, or other aspects of employment on the basis of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, sexual orientation, citizenship status, marital status, national origin, age, physical or mental disability, status as a disabled veteran of the United States Armed Forces or of the Reserves or National Guard.
GRANTS ASSOCIATE ORGANIZATIONAL OVERVIEW The mission of Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation is to strengthen communities through philanthropy and leadership. We offer donors, nonprofits and community groups the tools and expertise to achieve their philanthropic vision and goals, and identify critical areas where the foundation can leverage its relationships and leadership for lasting impact. Founded in 1987 in Salisbury, Conn., Berkshire Taconic serves Berkshire County, Mass.; Columbia and northeast Dutchess County, N.Y.; and northwest Litchfield County, Conn. In all, we serve the residents of 70 towns and three cities across three states, within a 2,200-square mile region.
Like most community foundations, Berkshire Taconic offers a variety of fund types that allow donors and community groups to build charitable resources and make grants and other awards over time to achieve their philanthropic goals. BTCF has also proactively established funds to address a specific issue in our region or to develop permanent charitable resources to serve a set of communities. This has resulted in the creation and growth of 11 area funds, 33 education enrichment funds that serve every public school district in our region, and special initiatives to address regional challenges. As we enter our fourth decade, we are expanding our reach and focusing on a set of strategic priorities where we believe philanthropy can make a measurable difference. In total, the foundation manages more than 550 funds totaling nearly $150 million in assets that together make over $8 million in grants and other awards each year. BTCF is a learning organization that embraces a culture of high performance, transparency and flexibility. All staff participate in professional development activities on an ongoing basis and work cooperatively as a team. We are respectful of each other, the volunteer board and committees that guide our work, and the nonprofits and donors who are our vital partners in improving lives across the region. More information can be found at www.berkshiretaconic.org.
POSITION OVERVIEW The grants associate is responsible for the management of the grant administration for all foundation funds. This includes the design, implementation and coordination of the overall grant request/application intake, due diligence, grant payment processing, grant report and statistics collection and database reporting. This position works closely with the program director and with a staff team responsible for advancing all programmatic and donor service work. The grants associate is responsible for the smooth operation of both the weekly grant payment process and the ongoing administration of competitive and proactive grants processes. This position also works closely with the database manager to maintain foundation databases, including the foundation’s online grantmaking portal. Berkshire Taconic uses FIMS (Foundation Information Management Systems) as its primary database and Foundant and SlideRoom for online grant processes. The successful candidate will be expected to become proficient in all three applications.
POSITION OUTCOMES The successful grants associate will achieve the following outcomes over time working with other staff: • Efficient and accurate routine grant and scholarship processing with attention paid to grantee/donor satisfaction • Robust and accurate extraction of statistical data from multiple applications to support the foundation’s objectives • Fully functioning and evolving online application portals that meet internal and external needs • Contributions to the program department’s work that allows for a constantly improving system that is supportive of positive interactions with internal and external constituents
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES Intake of grant applications/requests • Enter weekly grant recommendations into the database system • Assemble and review all documentation for accurate disbursements • Proactively support the grantmaking calendar by anticipating the processing needs of the program department Due diligence • Verify charitable status of grantees • Identify any grant intentions that warrant further investigation and alert the program director • Pay attention to donor recommendations and ensure that the correct language is captured in the transmittal letters Grant processing • Collate grant cover sheets, checks and letters • Flag any special mailing requirements • File grant paperwork • Respond promptly to any questions raised Monitoring • Oversee routine grant conditions • Alert the program director to any grant unpaid for more than two weeks Database management and reporting • Work with database manager to ensure accurate and complete records • Code each grantee and grant application in accordance with foundation requirements • Regularly update grantee records in FIMS database as needed • Prepare analysis reports and conduct research as directed Online grant application portal maintenance • Maintain strong knowledge of application portals and alert team members to new features that may benefit the department • Administer online grant and scholarship application portals and serve as main contact for applicants • Ensure current grant cycles are posted online and edit as necessary • Prepare applications and reports for committee review • Record grant decisions, import grants to the FIMS database and save applications on the foundation’s server • Notify grant applicants of decisions and methods of claiming grants • Make payments • Reconcile grant payments to school districts annually to ensure that all projects have been funded or that any unexpended grant dollars are returned to the fund Oversight of basic needs grant applications and payments • Write an anonymous description of the request for staff/advisor review • Communicate grant decision and payment schedule to the individual presenting the application • Gather necessary documents for payment • Maintain records of grantees receiving funding for multiple payments • Provide the program director with statistics on the funds for reports to internal and external entities
QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE The ideal candidate will demonstrate the following attributes and skills: • Bachelor’s degree required • Experience in working with databases, including reporting and using mail merge, as well as Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Outlook. FIMS experience highly desired. • Highly organized to manage multiple priorities and deadlines in a fast-paced environment • Accurate and detail-oriented • Highly proficient with technology • Proficiency with database management • Appreciative of high professional standards • Discrete • A team player: helpful, polite, collaborative, supportive and respectful • Comfortable working with a wide variety of people • Committed to ongoing professional development • Action oriented and proactive problem solver • Experience in a professional office • A strong interest in the work of the foundation and the nonprofit field
COMPENSATION Commensurate with experience and skills. Benefits include health, dental, life, disability, paid vacation, sick leave and contribution to 403(b) plan.
HOW TO APPLY Please submit resume and cover letter to Program Director Maeve O’Dea at email@example.com. Berkshire Taconic is an equal opportunity employer and will not discriminate in recruiting, hiring, promoting, discharging, compensating, training employees, or other aspects of employment on the basis of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, sexual orientation, citizenship status, marital status, national origin, age, physical or mental disability, status as a disabled veteran of the United States Armed Forces or of the Reserves or National Guard.
The Philanthropic Engagement Associate for the Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago will focus on carrying a portfolio of mid to high level potential donors for cultivation, solicitation and stewardship. The Philanthropic Engagement Associate will also work closely with the Director of Philanthropic Engagement and seminary leadership to help shape and achieve fundraising success.
Job Duties and Responsibilities:
• Develops and manages a caseload of 120-150 donors, a mix of leadership annual donors in the $2,000 - $10,000 range and major gift prospects with the capacity to give $25,000 and greater. The initial fundraising goal will be to raise $250,000 in new major gift commitments through closed proposals submitted directly to donors in the Philanthropic Engagement Associate's portfolio.
• Prospects for donors using the database, wealth screening, recommendations from stakeholders and other means to identify and qualify donors for cultivation, solicitation and stewardship opportunities.
• Keeps leadership apprised of all significant interactions, inputting contact reports into the donor database (Raiser's Edge) as required, sharing a continually updated itinerary, fulfilling all monthly outreach and reporting requirements, and consulting with leadership when needed to understand priorities and develop strategies that will benefit both donor and LSTC.
• Stays driven towards goals and focused on portfolio, while making effective use of events and other initiatives to engage with assigned donors and bring them closer to those areas of interest at LSTC.
• Develops major donor/prospect cultivation events (e.g., private receptions, dinners in homes, symposiums, etc.) targeted toward those with high philanthropic capacity and propensity to give.
• Prospects for new donors or opportunities for increased giving from current donors.
• Works as appropriate, with donor leadership volunteers to secure visits with those in their peer networks who are assigned.
• Works in close collaboration with leadership, program, faculty, finance and Advancement staff to present resource development needs that correspond to where donors and prospects reside, while always being responsive to each donor's interests (even if elsewhere) and attentive to fiduciary responsibilities (donor intent with gifts).
• Ensures excellent customer service is provided to donors through accessibility to staff and leadership (as granted), timely responsiveness, quality in all interactions and personalized communications.
• Works diligently to meet agreed upon monthly and annual activity and income production goals and is purposeful about every visit and communication and the desired outcome for each touch.
• Makes face-to-face visits with donors a priority, traveling as required to conduct those meetings.
• Establishes, manages, and fulfills a portfolio communications plan, including individual fundraising goals and personalized strategies, to effectively steward, educate, cultivate and solicit gifts from major donors each year, with an emphasis on gifts of 5 figures and higher.
• Meets regularly with the Director of Philanthropic Engagement to discuss and refine portfolio plans and donor strategies, track progress, receive coaching, and keep open lines of communication.
• Works in close conjunction with other Advancement and Communications staff for optimal integrated strategies in regard to major donor communications as well as overall development initiatives.
• Works with Director of Philanthropic Engagement to create donor outreach strategies for areas of high concentration within the Philanthropic Engagement Associate's assigned regional responsibilities.
• Other duties as assigned by supervisor.
• Passion for theological education, justice, and LSTC's mission.
• A minimum of three years experience in fundraising or equivalent job-related experience, with a proven track record of success and a strong working knowledge of strategy development and moves management systems in the qualification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship processes.
• Highly effective interpersonal, conversational and presentational skills, demonstrating an emotional intelligence and situational awareness in tandem with excellent writing abilities and strong case development and listening and communication skills.
• Demonstrated expertise in developing and maintaining positive relationships with diverse individuals, including executives, clergy, high-level volunteers, wealthy donors, internal stakeholders and leadership.
• Prowess in problem-solving, strategic and creative thinking, plus taking initiative with consistent and good follow-through.
• Great comfort level with direct donor interaction is a must, including discussions of personal and family finances, faith, and asking for major financial commitments.
• Experience working independently in a fast-paced environment, with fluency in managing multiple projects and competing priorities with professionalism.
• Driven to make a difference, goal-oriented with a proven ability to achieve or exceed goals and meet deadlines.
• Career track record that shows stability with an organization and capacity to develop and nurture relationships culminating in overall success.
• Ability to travel at least 50% of the time, when travel is allowed, and comfort working off-site and from the road instead of in a dedicated office.
• Raiser's Edge / NXT experience is preferred.
• Bachelor's Degree required. Apply Here.
Title: Manager II (Social Worker) Division: Family Services, Family Based Living Grade: 11 Exempt Location: Springfield Hours: 40hrs per week, Monday - Friday, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm with flexibility for Program needs. Plus on-call rotation. SALARY: $44,720.00 - $48,401.60 / year Starting Range *This position is eligible for hiring to the discretionary Hire Point.
SUMMARY OF POSITION:
- Responsible for the overall case management of individuals with developmental disabilities placed in Adult Family Care, Shared Living homes, or Intensive Therapeutic Foster Care for children.
- Coordinate/monitor delivery of services to those supported by Care Providers, Foster Parents, Primary Support Staff, Individual Support Specialists and Respite Providers to ensure conformity to funding agencies regulations, internal Policies, procedures and quality standards, and to applicable program model.
- Identify stressors and conflicts and strategize appropriate interventions to maintain stability.
- Provide supervision to Individual Support Staff (ISS) and Personal Support Staff (PSS) employees.
- Work collaboratively with the Department of Developmental Services, Department of Children and Families, MassHealth, and other state and/or private agencies.
- Prepare all required reports assessments, etc. as they relate to the caseload in a concise, comprehensive and timely manner.
- Provide crisis intervention services as needed. Provide scheduled emergency on call support as part of the on-call system.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
- Coordinate/monitor delivery of services to those supported to ensure conformity to funding agencies regulations, internal policies, procedures and quality standards, and to applicable program model(s).
- Conduct, participate in or receive needs assessments of those supported and ensure that needs and capabilities are incorporated into service plans; monitor services to ensure that objectives are being carried out; recommend changes as appropriate to propel personnel.
- Responsible for the completion and retention of records, files, documents and reports necessary to operations.
- Act as liaison with external support sources, finding sources, community based supports and others as indicated on behalf of those served.
- Ensure scheduling and staffing according to master schedule staffing pattern or as required for internal personnel and/or externally overseen care providers.
- Develop work team by providing supervision of support staff/external care providers as to Pathlight and program policies and procedures.
- Recruit and hire staff; train associates/external care providers as appropriate.
- Participate in cross agency teams/initiatives.
- Confer with supervisor and Human Resources, as appropriate, regarding significant matters.
- May become more involved or participate significantly in administrative work and/or development objectives of the program including: policy, procedures and systems development; grant writing; program budgeting; other similar activities.
- Perform other similar duties and responsibilities necessitate or as directed by supervision.
KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:
- Broad knowledge of a discipline such as social sciences, human services, business administration and Bachelor's degree required, social work license eligible.
- Over 3 years and up to and including 5 years of progressive learning experience.
- Working knowledge of computer systems, programs, and applications.
- Requires valid driver's license, reliable transportation/vehicle required, as well as the ability to travel.
SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:
- Wide variety of programmatic duties requiring a general knowledge of related organizational and funding agency policies and procedures and their application to cases not previously covered.
- Duties to ensure service plans' objectives are carried out; liaison with external sources; to manage internal or external support providers and similar duties require considerable judgment to work toward overall objectives, and to make related decisions controlled by precedent and within limits of established policies.
- Inside and outside contacts, carrying out program and team policies or programs and influencing other where improper handling will have a marked effect on results. Involves dealing with persons of higher level on matters requiring explanation, discussion, persuasion and obtaining approvals.
- Work with confidential data such as individual case records which if disclosed inadvertently could have significant internal effect or minor external effect.
MENTAL ATTENTION OR VISUAL DEMAND: Flow of work and character of duties require normal mental and visual attention along with manual dexterity.
WORKING CONDITIONS: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit and stand; reach with hands and arms; use hands to finger objects or controls; push and pull with force. The employee occasionally is required to climb and stoop. The employee may occasionally lift and/or move up to or greater than 60 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close, distance and peripheral vision; reading of print or computer screen data.
- Reports to designated supervisor.
- Responsible for supervising direct support staff and care/respite providers
- Coordinate services following the differing regulations of multiple funding departments.
- Provide crisis intervention services as needed.
- Coordinate effectively with Nursing Staff and other Clinical Team members in the provision of nursing related services to program residents.
- Emergency on call responsibilities: provide scheduled emergency on-call support as past of the on-call system, which may include direct support to individuals served, if necessary.
- Contact/Communicate with supervisor or others in more unusual, difficult or complex situations to obtain direction and/or guidance.
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This position is responsible for the implementation of the Pioneer Valley Walk to End Alzheimer’s event in Holyoke, MA and the Berkshire County Walk to End Alzheimer’s in Adams, MA to meet or exceed goals through volunteer recruitment and engagement as well as through corporate development. Walk to End Alzheimer’s is the fastest-growing Walk program in the country, ranking as the third-largest peer-to-peer fundraising event in the United States. Measurable outcomes for this position include: achieving designated financial and participant goals in excess of $385,500 annually through team and individual fundraising, corporate solicitation, community partnerships, as well as increasing Walk-brand awareness and visibility in the community. Based in Holyoke, MA, this position requires frequent travel within the assigned territory.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Responsible for recruitment and development of volunteer community leaders and training, coaching, and management resulting in the attainment of revenue and team goals. This position will manage the Pioneer Valley Walk Planning Committee, the PV Executive Leadership Committee and the Berkshire Walk Planning Committee.
Execute plan for maximizing team participation to achieve revenue goals by retaining existing teams, attracting new ones from all sectors of the community and by providing fundraising guidance and support. Total financial goal is $385,500 ($265,000 in PV and $120,500 in Berkshire County).
Act as the sole Development staff person for this large geographic territory, serving as “face” of the organization engaged in full-mission in all of Western MA. Highly collaborative work with Regional Manager, Communications and Advocacy Departments.
Maintain year-round relationships with key corporate sponsors and constituents to ensure involvement in all relevant Chapter activities, Walk sponsorship and teams, and recognition opportunities.
Work with the volunteer planning Committee to organize outreach activities that promote the Alzheimer’s Association mission, including community presentations and corporate engagement opportunities.
Responsible for following budgets, timeline, marketing/PR, logistics and best practice implementation, as well as ensuring the Walk to End Alzheimer’s event standards are being followed.
Assist Major Gift lead with prospects and cultivate donors. Actively assist to recruit donors for research pre-reception events for large donors. Additionally, work directly with Third Party and Wrap-around events.
Work with The Longest Day staff, identifying Teams/Participants and attending local events.
Responsible for other duties as assigned.
Actively participate in learning opportunities for professional growth and self- improvement. Strong ability to work in a team environment is a must.
Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience
3-5 years of proven experience in recruiting and mobilizing volunteers to achieve financial and volunteer recruitment goals
Peer-to-peer fundraising experience or equivalent sales background strongly preferred
Confident, goal-oriented, positive self-starter able to work independently with limited supervision and collaboratively with internal and external partners
Demonstrated ability to form and develop corporate relationships and partnerships
Ability to manage large numbers of volunteers at different levels of expertise with diplomacy
Ability to work with diverse communities and demonstrate inclusion
Excellent interpersonal skills including verbal and written
Ability and willingness to travel up to 50% within the assigned territory by car. Travel in this case, is considered time spent away from the office, in the community, to fulfill the job goals
While most such travel is same day, occasional overnight travel or air travel may be required. Must have valid driver’s license, access to reliable vehicle, good driving record and proof of automobile insurance
Ability and willingness to work evenings and weekends as required for the job
Ability to bend, stoop, lift and transport up to 25 lbs. of materials
Strong computer skills, proficient with Microsoft Office products and social media; experience with, or ability to rapidly learn, Luminate/Convio software.
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