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The Levin College Office of Student Services (LCOSS) occasionally receives job announcements which may be of interest to Urban Affairs students and graduates. As announcements are received, they will be posted below. For more information about a particular position, please contact the associated organization directly.

Employers: Have a job posting to add? Please send it to Sharon Bliss at s.bliss@csuohio.edu.

All jobs are posted for informational purposes only and at the discretion of LCOSS.  Postings may be denied or removed without notice. LCOSS makes no guarantee as to the completeness / correctness of the information listed below. For older postings please see the Careers in Urban Affairs archive.

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Posting Date: 1/14/2020
Position: Special Improvement District Manager
Company: Ohio City Inc.

The Special Improvement District Manager will be responsible for managing the day-to-day administration of the Ohio City Improvement Corporation (OCIC), the neighborhood’s special improvement district. This includes planning and executing safety and beautification programs in publicly accessible spaces, building relationships, and interfacing with stakeholders. This is a new role created to enhance the quality of life for residents and visitors and support businesses and non-profits in the district.

Application Deadline: Friday, January 31, 2020

For more details about this position please click here. 


Posting Date: 1/14/2020
Position: SBDC Business Advisor
Company: Hispanic Business Center

The SBDC Business Advisor fosters a strong climate for small business growth by providing in-depth, confidential, no-cost business counseling, no- to low-cost training, and resource and referral services to Ohio’s small business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs. Reports to the SBDC Center Director.

Application Deadline: N/A

For more details about this position please click here. 


Posting Date: 12/20/2019
Position: Census Jobs
Company: United States Census 2020

In advance of the 2020 Census, the U.S. Census Bureau is recruiting hundreds of thousands of people for temporary jobs across the United States and Puerto Rico. The 2020 Census is your chance to play a part in history! Temporary census positions offer the perfect opportunity to earn extra money while helping your community.

Most 2020 Census positions will last several weeks. They feature competitive wages, weekly paychecks, flexible hours, paid training. Positions available include: Census Takers, Census Field Supervisors, Recruiting Assistants, Clerks, and Office Operations Supervisors.
 
The hourly pay rate varies, however for Cuyahoga County the hourly rate is $20.50 - $22.50. For more details reguarding salary, please click here.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 12/19/19
Position: Recycling Coordinator
Company: Cuyahoga Recycles (Cuyahoga County Solid Waste District)

The Recycling Coordinator position is responsible for the operation of the District’s Special Waste Convenience Center including the household hazardous waste program and other special waste collections. The position is also responsible for developing and implementing new recycling programs to expand the Center and for conducting materials handling and logistical activities. This is a newly-created, part-time position with the possibility to expand into a full-time position with the addition of new programs. 

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Serve as a liaison with Cuyahoga County service directors and recycling coordinators to coordinate the
    District’s special waste programs for HHW, electronics, scrap tires and SWCC collections.
  • Manage the Household Hazardous Waste Program by and between the community participants and the
    contractor. Schedule city deliveries and training, identify and resolve problems, visit municipal
    collection locations for compliance with established operating and safety procedures. Identify
    alternative disposal or lower cost disposal opportunities. 
  • Oversee contractor operations: monitor contract compliance and program budgets, review shipping papers, manifests and invoices for accuracy for all special waste collections, identify and resolve problems.
  • Coordinate the annual Scrap Tire Round-Up by and between the community participants and the
    contractor. Coordinate other special waste collections within the Special Waste Convenience Center for
    computers and electronics, campaign signs, holiday lights and other SWCC materials as implemented. 
  • Develop and implement new recycling programs within the Special Waste Convenience Center to
    maximize public recycling options. 
  • Operate material handling equipment (pallet jacks, tow-motor, dock doors etc.), perform minor equipment maintenance, perform unloading and loading activities, oversee disassembly, storage and handling of recyclable and hazardous materials.
  • Perform basic warehouse maintenance, schedule and coordinate pickups of collected materials,
    schedule equipment maintenance. 
  • Assist staff with public outreach activities as needed.
  • Track and report program metrics and prepare reports.
  • Participate in training as required.

Application Deadline: Open until filled. 

For more details about this position please click here.


Posting Date: 12/18/19
Position: Director of Neighborhood Development
Company: Old Brooklyn Community Development Corporation

The Director of Neighborhood Development is responsible for the development, implementation, and coordination of all activities at the intersection of economic opportunity and place in Old Brooklyn with a focus on rehabilitation of the commercial corridors. The Director of Neighborhood Development reports to the Executive Director and manages a staff that includes healthy housing, residential, and commercial programmatic functions.

Main Duties:

  • Implement comprehensive redevelopment for Old Brooklyn’s markets that includes commercial
    and residential rehabilitation, economic opportunity, business attraction, and placemaking.
  • Coordinate and lead neighborhood planning related to land use, infrastructure, and greenways.
  • Build and maintain strategic relationships with developers, businesses, property owners, and
    stakeholders to better the organization.
  • Provide technical assistance and administer commercial programs for new and existing small
    businesses and property owners.
  • Represent OBCDC to various industry and City of Cleveland agencies including but not limited
    to the Board of Zoning Appeals and the Cleveland Planning Commission.
  • Manage and promote the City of Cleveland’s Storefront Renovation Program.
  • Act as a liaison between OBCDC and the business community of Old Brooklyn; coordinate and
    attend merchant meetings.
  • Maintain an inventory of data for properties and business in Old Brooklyn.
  • Facilitate presentations to the Near West Design Review Committee.
  • Create content for business related communications of OBCDC.

Application Deadline: N/A

For more details about this position please click here. | Also click here for more jobs with Old Brooklyn Community Development Corporation


Posting Date: 12/18/19
Position: Vice President of Economic Development
Company: MidTown Cleveland

The VP of Economic Development will be part of the MTC leadership team, reporting to the Executive Director and overseeing MTC and HTC economic development activities with a goal of achieving equitable and inclusive economic growth. MTC’s economic development strategy is anchored in an organizational vision for “a connected community in the center of it all, an inclusive place for people to innovate, create,
prosper, and live.”

The VP of Economic Development will coordinate and implement the economic development strategy for MidTown Cleveland and the Cleveland Health‐Tech Corridor, serving and strengthening existing organizations in MidTown, building strong relationships within the business community, attracting new businesses, entrepreneurs, and nonprofits to the neighborhood, facilitating commercial and residential real estate development projects which meet community needs, and deploying strategies to connect MidTown’s economic growth to surrounding residential neighborhoods. 

The VP of Economic Development will supervise MidTown’s economic development team, which today includes an Economic Development Associate and an AmeriCorps VISTA Economic Opportunity Coordinator. An additional hire on the economic development team will be responsible for assisting in marketing and special projects.

Primary Duties:

  • Business Development. Lead the recruitment to and expansion and retention of businesses and nonprofits in MidTown and the Health Tech Corridor.
  • Community Building. Foster a stronger MidTown and HTC community through robust programming.
  • Marketing. Build and strengthen the Health-Tech Corridor and MidTown brands in the local, regional,
    and national marketplace and create retail marketing strategies to further MidTown’s vision of a
    connected community. 
  • Real Estate. Identify real estate needs for business growth in MidTown and the HTC and help facilitate
  • development to meet growth needs.

Application Deadline: N/A

For more details about this position please click here. | Also click here for more jobs with MidTown Cleveland


Posting Date: 12/18/19
Position: Principal Planner
Company: City of Shaker Heights

The City of Shaker Heights, one of Northeast Ohio’s most historic and progressive communities, has an opening for a Principal Planner in the Planning Department. Shaker Heights, among the nation’s first planned cities, continues to plan strategically for its future. This is an exciting opportunity for an energetic planning professional to become an integral part of a 5 person team, one that has already implemented the plan for the $100M transit-oriented Van Aken District and is involved in subsequent phases of development now underway.

The principal planner will work on long range, focused and corridor plans; grant research and writing; requests for proposals; project management; transportation, trail and streetscape plans; traffic calming; public art and public realm improvements. The planner will also perform advanced, difficult professional work developing comprehensive plans, focused plans, neighborhood plans, planning studies and policies, transportation and connection studies, public art administration and grant writing. Supervises student interns. Work is performed under the regular supervision of the Director of Planning.

The ideal candidate will demonstrate confidence and a thorough knowledge of planning and plan implementation. He/she will be a strategic thinker who is passionate about the built form, creative, organized, an excellent communicator, comfortable presenting to a group, and will thrive in a collaborative environment.

This forward-thinking individual will also possess thorough knowledge of the principles and practices of planning, urban design and historic preservation.

Be prepared to be part of an extraordinary and dedicated team. 

Essential Functions/Typical Tasks:

  • Prepares short and long-range strategic, comprehensive and neighborhood plans; researches, writes and manages grants; conducts research; maintains files and records; provides advise; staffs boards, commissions and committees.
  • Researches and prepares planning studies.
  • Provides strategic thinking on long-range planning and development issues.
  • Manages planning projects and consultants; manages engineers, architects and the design process for public improvements.
  • Prepares Requests for Proposal/Qualifications and analyzes proposals.
  • Manages public participation processes including extensive community engagement.
  • Assists with a variety of projects related to challenging public issues.
  • Researches, writes and administers state, federal and private foundation grant applications including CDBG; ensures compliance with grant provisions, works with elected officials and residents to explain grants.
  • Serves as staff to the Public Art Task Force and manages other task forces and committees.
  • Prepares and presents staff reports at public meetings.
  • Undertakes a variety of special projects and studies such as transit and traffic studies, public art projects, connection and trail plans, streetscape plans, blight studies and similar studies required for tax incentives.
  • Researches planning trends and innovation, performs literature reviews and relates to planning work.
  • Provides technical assistance to numerous programs including housing development and economic development.
  • Maintains census and demographic data; disseminates data to interested parties; and provides data analysis.
  • Assists in recruiting, hiring and supervision of student interns.
  • Performs related tasks as required.

Application Deadline: N/A

For more details about this position please click here.Also click here for more jobs with the City of Shaker Heights


Posting Date: 12/9/19
Position: 2 Planner II positions
Company: City of Columbus

The Department of Development seeks qualified candidates to fill two Planner II positions in the Planning Division. The Planning Division values diversity in our workforce. As stated by the Mayor’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion, our aim is to reflect the diversity of the citizens that makeup the population of the City of Columbus.

The Planner II positions will focus on neighborhood planning, which may include the following tasks: community engagement and facilitation; development review; data gathering, mapping and analysis; infrastructure coordination; and research and writing.

Candidates should be organized, dependable and detail oriented, and preferred candidates will have the following:

  • Strong communication skills: writing, interpersonal, and public speaking.
  • Technical skills, including a working knowledge of ArcGIS, Excel, Tableau, etc. 
  • General knowledge of architecture and urban design, with the ability to review site plans and building elevations.

Minimum qualifications are a master's degree in urban planning or a related field and one year of related professional experience, or a bachelor's degree and two years of experience.

About Columbus: Columbus is ranked “#3 Best City to Live in for New College Grads” and “Top 10 Best Big City to Live in Right Now”. Also, recently included on the New York Times' list of "52 Places to Visit in 2019", there's an energy and excitement in Columbus that's going to hit you as soon as you arrive. Big things are happening here, and you're invited to join in. Read more about the city at https://www.experiencecolumbus.com/.

Application Deadline: January 6, 2020 at 11:59pm EST

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Posting Date: 12/6/19
Position: Property Manager
Company: Levin Group, Inc.

Under the direction of the Regional Manager, the Property Manager is responsible for all operations of the community and on-site team. She/he must manage to the company’s objectives and operating budget, with the primary goals of increasing the cash flow, maintaining the physical asset and providing a quality living environment and superb customer service for residents. This role will establish and maintain a positive and productive working relationship with the property’s team members to ensure the site is in compliance with all regulatory requirements. 

Application Deadline: N/A 

For more details about this position please click here. | To apply please send resume, cover letter, and in lieu of work experience, a writing sample from relevant course work to khudson@levingrp.com.


Posting Date: 11/26/19
Position: Part-Time Development Applications Assistant
Company: NRP Investments, LLC

Responsibilities:

Under the direction of the Senior Applications Manager and the Senior Vice President of Development, the Part-Time Applications Assistant performs services relating to securing financing for NRP’s affordable housing pipeline. This position is within NRP’s Development Department, and provides support to its project management teams in the preparation and submission of applications for Low Income Housing Tax Credits and associated gap financing in multiple markets to bridge the expectations and efforts of all parties involved in the predevelopment process. The Applications Assistant must address the development financing process from a micro perspective, focusing on States’ regulatory and policy frameworks and interacting with third party vendors and subject matter experts as these specialists execute their tasks toward target dates.

Essential Functions:

To accomplish this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform, with or without reasonable accommodation, each essential function satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to help enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Essential Functions Statement(s):

  • Assist with the preparation and assembly of Low Income Housing Tax Credit and gap financing applications
  • Generate detailed analysis of funding documents
  • Attend Housing Finance Agency and other financing partners’ committee meetings and training seminars for purpose of education and to enhance NRP’s relationship with these organizations’ staff
  • Familiarize self and support colleagues with Planning Commission, City Council, BZA and other municipal protocols
  • Assist with due diligence on targeted sites in pre-development stage of projects
  • Maintenance of critical path timelines in order to push stalled issues through to resolution 

Application Deadline: N/A

For more details about this position please click here. | Also click here for more jobs with the NRP Group


Posting Date: 11/21/19
Position: Planning Code Compliance Officer
Company: Teton County

Under basic supervision, investigates complaints on violations of County zoning, land development, and building regulations for the Planning and Building Department; reviews building permit and development permit applications, and verifies compliance with Comprehensive Plan and Land Development Regulations and County policies.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities:

Essential functions, as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include any of the following representative duties, knowledge, and skills. This is not a comprehensive listing of all functions and duties performed by incumbents of this class; employees may be assigned duties which are not listed below; reasonable accommodations will be made as required.  The job description is subject to change at any time by the employer. Essential duties and responsibilities may include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Investigates alleged violations of County zoning, land development, building code regulations, and other County Resolutions, which includes site visits and meeting with property owners and neighbors.
  • Prepares correspondence and performs record-keeping functions related to alleged and confirmed violations.
  • Develops and presents reports of alleged violations to the Director of Planning and Building (DPB), County Attorney and Board of County Commissioners as appropriate. Prepares case files and initiates abatement actions when necessary to assure compliance with regulations. 
  • Performs site inspections of new and existing developments to verify compliance with County regulations and development permit conditions of approval.
  • Develops and presents prevention and education outreach programs.
  • Performs final inspection of building permits to verify compliance.
  • Reviews and processes general planning, building, and grading applications for compliance with County Comprehensive Plan and Land Development Regulations.  As required, prepares staff reports recommending approval or denial to the Planning Commission and Board of County Commissioners.
  • Provides permit review and approval in support of other County Departments.
  • Supports the relationship between the Teton County staff and the general public by demonstrating courteous and cooperative behavior when interacting with visitors and County staff; maintains confidentiality of work-related issues and County information; performs other duties as required or assigned.

Application Deadline: Open until filled

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Posting Date: 11/21/19
Position: Management Analyst Team Recruitment
Company: City of Mesa 

The City of Mesa’s Management Analyst Team is not an internship, it is a full-time position within the Office of Management and Budget that involves the Analyst spending time learning how to develop and manage the components of the City’s budget, as well as rotating through various City departments and providing management assistance through project leadership. The program is aimed at successful completion in 4 years with ultimate program success resulting in the Analyst securing a permanent position within the City.

The City of Mesa’s Management Analyst Team is a multi-year program designed to attract talented professionals with an interest in local government management. Over the course of the program, analysts will:

  • Spend one to two years in the Office of Management and Budget working on the City’s operating budget, capital improvement program, and forecast teams, and assisting departments with day-to-day operational needs as a budget liaison.
  • Work with the Performance Excellence team within the Office of Management and Budget to assist departments in planning operations and in evaluating performance and processes.
  • Gain broad experience with City operations by rotating through several City departments and OMB Teams. 
  • Gain professional development and guidance from senior managers and other City staff.

Application Deadline: Applications for the Management Analyst Team will be available in December 2019, with the selection of one candidate made in early spring. The application will be made available here.

For more details about this position please click here.


Posting Date: 11/21/19
Position: Associate Consultant
Company: Davey Resource Group, Inc., (DRG)

Davey Resource Group, Inc., (DRG) headquartered in Kent, Ohio has opportunities for experienced urban foresters. We are seeking teamwork-oriented individuals with excellent written and oral communication skills. Candidates should possess a professional work ethic with attention to detail and safety.

Objectives:

  • Provide project management and support for urban forestry projects.
  • Pursue and execute urban forestry consulting work in Northeast Ohio.
  • Support and drive urban forestry market growth.

Duties:
Support clients with day-to-day forestry activities, including but not limited to: tree inventories, vegetation and natural resource surveys, management planning, tree risk assessment and tree appraisal, recommend tree maintenance activities, tree protection and preservation plans, set up tree planting programs, review and facilitate tree pruning or removal contracts, observe or support vegetation management operations, respond to citizen-initiated tree requests, provide grant assistance, support the use of geographic information systems (GIS), implement software solutions, and write reports, letters, or memos in support of client needs. Collaborate with business development staff to prepare bids and proposals. Participate in national, regional, and local marketing strategies such as events; webinars; and sponsorships. Attend, exhibit, and/or present at regional and national conferences and identifies and participates in public speaking and networking opportunities.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 11/19/19
Opportunity Title: 2020-2021 Housing Graduate Fellowship
Opportunity Type: Fellowship Opportunity
Company: Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI)

For the 2020-2021 program year (August 31, 2020 – May 28, 2021), CHCI is offering a selection of Graduate Fellowships to exceptional Latinos with advanced academic degrees from across the country. 

CHCI is seeking Graduate Fellows interested in housing. Recent placements for Housing Graduate Fellows have included:

  • The office of Representative Raúl Grijalva
  • U.S. House Committee on Appropriations, U.S. House Financial Services Committee, U.S. Senate Committee on the Budget
  • U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
  • The Urban Institute

Applicants are strongly encouraged to have a degree, work and/or volunteer experience related to housing issues and demonstrated leadership and passion for addressing housing issues faced by the Latino community. While no specific degrees are required, recent Housing Graduate Fellows have had degrees in Urban Planning, Regional Planning, Public Administration or Migration Studies.

2020-2021 Fellowship Program Dates: August 31, 2020 – May 28, 2021

Application Deadline: January 15, 2020

For more details about this position please click here. | Graduate Fellowship Program Flyer | Click here for Eligibility & Program Details.


Posting Date: 11/19/19
Opportunity Title: Public Policy Fellowship Program
Opportunity Type: Fellowship Opportunity
Company: Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI)

For the 2020-2021 program year (August 31, 2020 – May 28, 2021), CHCI is offering a selection of Graduate Fellowships to exceptional Latinos with advanced academic degrees from across the country. 

Begin your path toward becoming one of our nation’s future Latino policymakers. Recent college graduates can take advantage of this paid fellowship, which opens doors for talented young Latinos who are pursuing a career in public policy. Our goal is to help you accelerate your career in public policy so that more Latinos attain higher levels of policy leadership, which will make a better America for us all. You will spend nine months working in Washington, D.C., with significant exposure to leaders in congressional offices, federal agencies, national nonprofit advocacy organizations, government-related institutes, and more - growing both personally and professionally during your fellowship experience.

As a CHCI Public Policy Fellow, you will immerse yourself in the legislative process, spending four days each week (Monday-Thursday) learning all facets of public policy. On Fridays, you will join other fellows for a full day of leadership development centered on CHCI’s four Pillars of Leadership—Civic Engagement, Social Responsibility, Self Empowerment, and Promoting Community and Hispanic Culture. Your weekly programming will also prepare you to fully understand policy issues facing the Latino community and how to propose effective solutions by critically examining all sides and implications of these issues.

2020-2021 Fellowship Program Dates: August 31, 2020 – May 28, 2021

Application Deadline: January 15, 2020

For more details about this position please click here. | Public Policy Fellowship Program Flyer | Click here for Eligibility & Program Details.


Posting Date: 11/19/19
Position: Project Coordinator
Company: City of Cleveland

Under administrative direction, is responsible for planning and administering a specific project or program for a City department. Serves as the administrative supervisor on projects or programs. Plans, assigns, supervises, and reviews activities of subordinate personnel. Monitors the project or program's operating budget and assists in the annual preparation of same. Designs, implements, and monitors procedures utilized in program evaluation. Develops and secures commitments from other City departments and agencies to provide services to program participants. Provides technical assistance or reviews program policies and procedures. Maintains current information and oversees the preparation of project status reports. Prepares financial and narrative reports and program applications. Communicates project/program status and information to municipal officials and/or public and private entities. May supervise employees assigned to the respective project. Performs other related duties as required.

This employee will have the working title of Real Estate Manager and will be primarily focused on:

  • Managing real estate transactions and closings for purchase and sale of City real estate
  • Managing City's leasing activities
  • Managing and maintaining records of City's real estate assets

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 11/06/19
Position: Visualization Specialist
Company: Connetics Transportation Group, Inc. (CTG)

The Visualization Specialist position is best suited for those who seek to be challenged creatively, enjoy solving complex problems, and wish to lead visualization efforts on project and marketing efforts across the country. This exciting opportunity provides varying day-to-day responsibilities including:

  • Producing graphics/infographics, maps, presentations, documents, and other materials in support of CTG’s transportation planning projects.
  • Assisting with business development and marketing activities, including the development of proposal documents, presentations, and print and digital marketing materials.
  • Managing our firm’s visual brand, ensuring design consistency across our deliverables, marketing collateral, and digital platforms.
  • Assisting with CTG’s social media and outreach strategy.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 11/06/19
Position: Planner I
Company: Connetics Transportation Group, Inc. (CTG)

As a member of our transit service planning team, the Planner I supports a wide range of projects including comprehensive operational analyses and system redesigns, transit development plans, corridor studies for major capital investment projects, and other short and long-range service planning studies. Examples of tasks you will accomplish on any given day include designing transit routes and developing service plans, creating travel time models for new fixed guideway projects, or analyzing various datasets to formulate service recommendations. As a small firm, we are uniquely suited to provide ample opportunity for on-the-job learning and career development.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 10/31/19
Position: On-Site Coordinator
Company: Arts-Inspired Learning

The On-Site Coordinator is responsible for the coordination and implementation of the after-school programming at a school in the Cleveland Metropolitan School District (CMSD). The On-Sire Coordinator is the “on the ground” support to ensure that students have the academic, social-emotional, and health and wellness structures needed. The On-Site Coordinator reports to the Director of Programs. The position is part-time, year-round, exempt (25 hours per week, M – F, 2PM – 7PM) and is based at a school in Cleveland.

The On-Site Coordinator will create, strengthen, and maintain the bridge between the CMSD school, parents and community-based providers and surrounding neighborhoods. They will facilitate and provide leadership for the collaborative process and development of a continuum of services such as arts enrichment, academic enhancement, health and social services for children, families and the school community. The On-Site Coordinator functions in a neutral position in the provision of services from a variety of community agencies and Center for Arts-Inspired Learning (CAL).

Responsibilities:

  • Works with the school’s leadership team to identify student and school needs and make connections to the appropriate community partners.
  • Works with community providers to customize programming as necessary to meet pre-determined goals and objectives.
  • Creates the schedule that provides continuity of high quality programs; oversees implementation.
  • Ensures a safe learning environment for students and families during the after-school time.
  • Plans and directs daily activities and operations with the school and/or community during and after the school day.
  • Supervises community partners, including program and school-based partners, to ensure quality. Regularly evaluates programming.
  • Takes leadership in identifying and creatively solving problems to eliminate barriers for student success.
  • Facilitates weekly and monthly meetings with school, program partners and all related staff.
  • Directs and supports all Family and Community Events.
  • Ensures appropriate data collection related to outcomes of out-of-school time programming.
  • Participates in CAL’s educational and artistic programs as required.
  • Performs other duties as needed.

Application Deadline: N\A

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Posting Date: 10/29/19
Position: Arts and Civic Education Coordinator
Company: Metro West Community Development Organization

The Arts and Civic Education Coordinator will be responsible for day-to-day activities of Creative Fusion: The Art of Democracy in the Clark-Fulton/La Villa Hispana neighborhood. Duties include, but are not limited to: assisting international and local artists with planning and logistics for public art projects and performances curated during the program year; assisting the Creative Fusion Collaborative with projects and events related to local and visiting artist activities; consulting with artists and the Creative Fusion Collaborative about possible connections to Cleveland groups and/or individuals with whom the artists would benefit from meeting; handling social media, press releases, and other interpretive materials on the Cohort’s activities; coordinating partnership on nonpartisan voter education, registration, civic participation, civic education initiatives, and census-related activities.

Responsibilities:

  • Coordinate logistics of visiting artists, assisting them with daily issues related to transportation, communication, securing materials and locations as well as other needs
  • Assist in planning and overseeing Metro West CDO events and public talks
  • Participate in Creative Fusion Collaborative meetings. Take and distribute minutes among members.
  • Serve as the main point person regarding census-related activities, including representing Metro West CDO and Creative Fusion Creative Fusion Collaborative at the City and County Complete Count Committee, and attending other census coalition meetings.
  • Lead Metro West CDO’s voter-focused outreach and education. This includes developing materials, encouraging community participation in elections and in issue advocacy, and executing and improving voter registration efforts. 

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 10/22/19
Position: Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor
Company: University of Buffalo

The Department of Urban and Regional Planning and the Department of Architecture at the University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, invite applications for a tenure-track faculty position in our Master of Science in Real Estate Development (MSRED) program. While we expect to appoint at the rank of Assistant Professor, we will consider applicants and appointments at the level of Associate Professor or Professor. 

The duties of the selected candidate will involve a combination of teaching; research or scholarly productivity from external funding, possibly in connection with one of the six research centers in the school, facilitate research in collaboration with students and faculty, and disseminate research to professional audiences; service to the department, school, university, and community; and administrative responsibilities including advisement, student recruitment, and professional outreach to friends and benefactors. 

Application Deadline: Open Until Filled. (Date to be Filled: 9/1/20)

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Posting Date: 10/22/19
Position: Associate/Full Professor
Company: University of Buffalo

The Department of Urban and Regional Planning at the University at Buffalo – The State University of New York – invites applications for an associate or full professor whose research and teaching interests focus on:

  • Urban Planning, such as physical infrastructure planning, urban design, transport planning, neighborhood planning, general comprehensive planning, affordable housing, GIS and urban informatics; or
  • Environmental Planning, such as climate change, ecosystem restoration, land use planning, natural environment systems, sustainable development, and environmental aspects of central-city revitalization; or
  • Other specialty areas relevant to urban planning education and research and complementary to our curriculum, our university, and our environs.

The duties of the selected candidate will involve a combination of teaching general curriculum as well as specialized courses in all levels of instruction; research or scholarly productivity, possibly in connection with one of the six research centers in the school; and service to the department, school, university, and community. Faculty are also expected to advise graduate-level students.

Application Deadline: Open Until Filled. (Date to be Filled: 9/1/20)

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Posting Date: 10/22/19
Position: Assistant Professor
Company: University of Buffalo

The Department of Urban and Regional Planning at the University at Buffalo – The State University of New York – invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professor whose research and teaching interests focus on:

  • Urban Planning, such as physical infrastructure planning, urban design, transport planning, neighborhood planning, general comprehensive planning, affordable housing, GIS and urban informatics; or
  • Environmental Planning, such as climate change, ecosystem restoration, land use planning, natural environment systems, sustainable development, and environmental aspects of central-city revitalization; or
  • Other specialty areas relevant to urban planning education and research and complementary to our curriculum, our university, and our environs.

The duties of the selected candidate will involve a combination of teaching general curriculum as well as specialized courses in all levels of instruction; research or scholarly productivity, possibly in connection with one of the six research centers in the school; and service to the department, school, university, and community. Faculty are also expected to advise graduate-level students.

Application Deadline: Open Until Filled. (Date to be Filled: 9/1/20)

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Posting Date: 10/17/19
Position: Various positions (see site for details)
Company: US Census Bureau

In advance of the 2020 Census, the U.S. Census Bureau is recruiting thousands of people for temporary jobs across the country.

These temporary positions can include census takers, recruiting assistants, office staff, and supervisory staff. They feature competitive wages, weekly paychecks, flexible hours, and paid training

Hourly rates vary. Please check the website for details, however jobs are currently available in Cuyahoga County for $18.50 per hour.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date:  10/17/2019
Position: Naturalist I
Company: Cleveland Metroparks

The Outdoor Experiences Specialist (Naturalist) supports the efforts of Outdoor Experiences staff and mission by leading programs, making some independent decisions, performing office work, directing volunteers, and other related functions. The Specialist may be focused on outdoor education, outdoor recreation, historical interpretation, or facility/program support.

  • Provides outdoor recreation and/or educational programs that serve to enhance Cleveland Metroparks conservation, education and outdoor recreation mission and to promote environmental education and stewardship.
  • Plans and presents quality outdoor recreation and environmental education programs within the park district and at off-site locations.
  • Establishes program goals and objectives in cooperation with Manager.
  • Participates in special events or projects as assigned.
  • Assists in evaluating programs, offers recommendations for improvement and actively participates in revision of programs.
  • Demonstrated organizational skills including verbal communication, problem solving, and conflict management.
  • Drives Park District vehicles to transport equipment as required.
  • Assists in maintaining and prepping equipment and program materials.

Application Deadline: Open until filled.

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Posting Date:  10/17/2019
Position: Senior Conservation Science Manager 
Company: Cleveland Metroparks

The Senior Conservation Science Manager develops, updates, implements, administers and evaluates comprehensive natural resources and ecosystem management research and monitoring plans and programs for Cleveland Metroparks as integrated with a long-range strategic plan. This position implements natural resource research and monitoring and develops Park District-wide understanding and cooperation. This position also steers all aspects of natural resources research and monitoring, including planning, writing, hiring and supervising specialty staff, arranging all appropriate field equipment and supplies, coordinating volunteers and pursuing external funding to support research initiatives.

  • Effectively supervises assigned employees, including the following:
  • Interviews, selects and trains employees;
  • Coaches employees in proper job performance techniques and procedures;
  • Directs the work of employees and sets/adjusts hours of work;
  • Maintains records on employee productivity and appraises employees' productivity and efficiency to recommend promotions or other changes in status;
  • Handles employee complaints and disciplines employees when necessary;
  • Apportions work among different employees;
  • Monitors or implements legal compliance measures;

Application Deadline: Open untill filled.

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Posting Date:  10/17/2019
Position: Naturalist II
Company: Cleveland Metroparks

The Seasonal Naturalist II supports the efforts of Outdoor Experiences staff and mission by leading programs, making some independent decisions, performing office work, directing volunteers, and other related functions. The Specialist may be focused on outdoor education, outdoor recreation, historical interpretation, or facility/program support.

Responsibilities:

  • Provides outdoor recreation and/or educational programs that serve to enhance Cleveland Metroparks conservation, education and outdoor recreation mission and to promote environmental education and stewardship.
  • Plans and presents quality outdoor recreation and environmental education programs within the park district and at off-site locations.
  • Establishes program goals and objectives in cooperation with Manager.
  • Participates in special events or projects as assigned.
  • Assists in evaluating programs, offers recommendations for improvement and actively participates in revision of programs.
  • Demonstrated organizational skills including verbal communication, problem solving, and conflict management.
  • Drives Park District vehicles to transport equipment as required.
  • Assists in maintaining and prepping equipment and program materials.
  • Keeps direct supervisor promptly informed of key/significant issues or concerns.

Application Deadline: Open until filled.

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Posting Date: 10/17/2019
Position: Fiscal & Policy Analyst
Company: Legislative Analyst's Office Sacramento, California

The fiscal and policy analyst's primary responsibility is to be the LAO's expert in the policy area to which he or she is assigned. These assignments fall into one of the following general areas: state finance; local government; health; human services; K-12 education; higher education; transportation; resources and environmental protection; or criminal justice. Toward this end, an analyst:

  • Spends considerable time in the field learning first-hand how programs work in practice.
  • Keeps up on the laws and available literature in the program area.
  • Knows and stays in contact with legislative, administrative, and intergovernmental staff, as well as industry groups and nonprofit organizations in the assigned policy area.

The analyst uses this expertise to:

  • Identify and analyze budget and policy issues and develop options and recommendations for the Legislature to address these issues. These analyses are contained in reports, legislative assignments, and initiative and ballot pamphlet write-ups.
  • Testify before legislative committees on fiscal and policy issues.
  • Serve as a fiscal and program resource to legislators whenever needed.

Because analysts are nonpartisan fiscal and policy staff, it is essential their work be objective, analytical, accurate, and thorough. In addition, for the analyst's work to be useful to the Legislature, it must be solution-oriented and performed in a timely manner.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date:  10/17/2019
Position: Natural Resources Specialist 1 - Watershed Volunteer Program Crew
Company: Cleveland Metroparks

Cleveland Metroparks is seeking a qualified applicant to work with the Watershed Volunteer Program (WVP) team to assist with the day-to-day operations of the program. The WVP Specialist 1 works with the WVP team to provide database management and reporting, monitoring and restoration project coordination, volunteer recruitment and recognition, and volunteer communications. Reports to WVP Coordinator at West Creek Reservation and works at reservations throughout Cleveland Metroparks. The position also assists other Natural Resources Division with watershed monitoring and restoration projects as needed. Housing may be available at $75/month rent, renter's insurance required.

Responsibilities may include:

  • Provides administrative and technical support to volunteers and other Natural Resources staff for watershed management projects, including: invasive plant removal, riparian planting, stream bank assessment, water quality monitoring, rain garden and other green infrastructure maintenance.
  • Offers administrative support at volunteer learning events and for independent projects.
  • Supports volunteers through training, scheduling, and supervision.
  • Cleans and maintains equipment.
  • Assists with volunteer recruitment, retention, and recognition efforts.
  • Serves as a safety leader for all WVP operations working in a safe and efficient manner, responding to hazardous situations and/or potentially unsafe conditions by taking corrective action, and promptly notifying supervisory personnel.
  • Assists with development of reports, performs data entry and analysis, and makes presentations related to assigned projects.

Application Deadline: Open Untill Filled.

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Posting Date:  10/14/2019
Position: Senior Vice President, Community Development
Company: Michigan Economic Development Corporation

The Senior Vice President of Community Development is responsible for providing strategic oversight and programmatic direction to the CD division which consists of Community Assistance, Redevelopment Ready Communities, Main Street, Brownfield/TIF/SmartZones, CRP, and SHPO units. Leads operational and service teams to foster catalytic community developments, create critical infrastructure for job growth and sustainability, expand assistance to small and rural communities and provide communities with technical assistance. The Senior Vice President collaborates with a variety of Michigan government agencies (i.e. Michigan State Housing Development Authority, the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development, and the Department of Labor and Economic Opportunity) and the Federal Government to coordinate and execute community development efforts. Acts as a key division leader and assists with setting and executing organization direction and strategic goals.

Application Deadline: October 20, 2019

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Posting Date:  10/10/2019
Position: Policy & Programming Assistant Analyst
Company: Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning

The Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning (CMAP) is seeking to hire a full-time Assistant Analyst for the Transportation Capital Programming team. CMAP is our region’s official comprehensive planning organization and the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for northeastern Illinois. The ideal candidate for this position will demonstrate knowledge of metropolitan transportation planning policy and practices. The Assistant Analyst, under the direction of principal and senior staff, will assist in developing, tracking, and analyzing the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP). The Assistant Analyst will also complete tasks required to ensure compliance with federal planning and environmental regulations, so that the programs and analyses may be approved by the federal government.

Application Deadline: October 11th, 2019

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Posting Date:  10/07/2019
Position: Advancement Coordinator
Company: Western Reserve Historical Society

The Advancement Coordinator will work closely with and report to the Senior Vice President of Advancement to assist with the management of the Advancement department’s data system, WRHS various lines of contributed income, and support departmental fundraising efforts. They will also be responsible for all membership data entry and management.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date:  10/07/2019
Position: 
Assistant Director for Community Partnerships
Company: John Carroll University

The Assistant Director for Community Partnerships supports and develops university- community relationships that are mutually beneficial and link student learning, faculty scholarship, and civic engagement. The Assistant Director is a representative to the external constituencies of the Center for Service and Social Action, and is charged with developing strong working relationships with schools, community-based organizations and non-profit entities in the Greater Cleveland community in order to further the goals and mission of John Carroll University.

Responsibilities:

  • Establish and maintain relationships with community partner agencies in awareness of the needs, assets, and political (internal and external) implications of those partnerships and in accordance with the university mission.
  • Engage with faculty each semester to determine service-learning course objectives and develop new community partnerships based on course needs.
  • Lead community engagement work as part of the CSSA JCU in the City initiative working with community partners, neighborhood organizers and other stakeholders in the community.
  • Prepare and establish service schedule in consultation with community partners and CSSA staff.
  • Prepare students for weekly service in the community to include in-class orientations, pre-service workshops, reflection materials, and reflection reader training.
  • Conduct site evaluations at service sites as required by the Federal Work Study program;
  • Orient community partners to University procedures and policies, providing a clear articulation of the nature and purpose of service-learning, student roles, and mutual expectations and benefits of the partnership.
  • Plan and host an annual Community Partner Meeting.
  • Assist with CSSA sponsored projects, programs, and special events as needed.
  • Build and establish significant relationships with campus-wide stakeholders.
  • Fulfill other duties/responsibilities as assigned by the Director.

Application Deadline: Open Until Filled

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Posting Date:  10/07/2019
Position: Community Outreach Advocate
Company: University Hospitals

The grant funded Outreach Advocate provides assistance with Rainbow Center for Women & Children community outreach, and addressing the non medical health needs of RCWC patients and families through the Rainbow Connects program. The Rainbow Connects program provides assistance to families in meeting needs to include safe and adequate housing, day care, food, household goods and appliances, baby items, food assistance and other benefits. The Outreach Advocate community outreach activities will include supporting and coordinating the activities of the Community Advisory Board and the Patient and Family Advisory Council of the RCWC.The Outreach Advocate will be responsible for supporting the Rainbow Connects Program Manager and Rainbow’s medical director for community integration in developing community outreach strategies, and assisting with Rainbow Connects, CAB, and PFAC activities. The Advocate position requires independence & a high degree of flexibility and adaptability.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 10/07/2019
Position: Chief of Staff
Company: Holden Forests & Gardens

Responsibilities:

  • Maintain the schedule of the President & CEO, making appointments and arrangements for an active calendar of meetings and events that take place at the office and other locations. Prompt and support the President in preparation for and in follow-up to engagements and commitments.
  • Serve as a key point of contact with members of the Board of Directors and other community partners, including support of stewardship activities.
  • Manage, coordinate, and facilitate as appropriate the work, priorities, and communications of the President & CEO.
  • Accompany or represent the President & CEO at appropriate meetings and events.
  • Track and document commitments made and follow-up items, and ensure they are completed. Initiate tasks to fulfill regularly scheduled business requirements and ongoing objectives.
  • Work with the President & CEO, as well as, leadership team members to develop and execute plans, logistics, and materials for the Board of Directors and other fiduciary/advisory committees.
  • Support meetings and activities of the executive team in concert with the President & CEO, and track meeting outcomes.
  • Coordinate special projects including events, presentations, tours, and other community engagement efforts of the President & CEO.
  • Track, draft, proofread, and/or process routine outgoing correspondence, reports, and other materials in support of the President & CEO.
  • Work with the CFO to draft the annual budget for the Office of the President and monitor pertinent administrative accounts. Authorize operating expenditures and payments within budget guidelines.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 09/30/2019
Position: Old Brooklyn CDC Fall 2019 VISTA
Company: AmeriCorps

Responsibilities:

Evaluate social media and marketing efforts from previous Old Brooklyn Farmers Market season in order to provide insight and actionable steps for future resident engagement and promotion activities; Assist OBCDC to explore partnerships with local vendors/programs for upcoming OBFM season to ensure availability of various healthy, fresh foods and support for healthy lifestyle through a range of programming and activities; Create materials and provide educational support for SNAP/EBT and Produce Perks for Old Brooklyn residents who utilize the program at OBFM; Support the development of a people-centered engagement model, including design of materials and database to support the recruitment and management of resident leaders and volunteers; Create engagement tools for affordable housing services

Application Deadline: October 14, 2019

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Posting Date: 09/26/2019
Position: Operations Manager
Company: Enterprise Community Partners

The primary function of this position is to ensure all Site Coordinators are prepared and supported to serve more than 14,000 clients during the tax season. This includes scheduling and leading trainings, ensuring sites complete the necessary paperwork to become IRS/VITA compliant, provide technical support for the tax software, and assist the Program Officer oversee the administrative tasks required by Site Coordinators to adhere to all required VITA processes and procedures throughout the tax season. This position also tracks and collects data that is used to improve the quality, productivity and efficiency of the Coalition as well as for monthly, quarterly and annual reporting requirements. In addition, this position will serve as an advocate for the Coalition by raising awareness and promoting the benefits of the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) and connection to other financially based resources. This is a 1099-contracted position.

Responsibilities:

  • Produce production and other required reporting information for the Coalition and its partners.
  • Schedule and lead Site Coordinator trainings and meetings
  • Provide support to Site Coordinator during the tax season
  • Provide excellent customer service to partners with a high degree of product and service knowledge.
  • Configure Coalition software, MyTaxPrep Office.
  • Improve Site Coordinators’ ability to operate their site through coaching, training, and developing training materials and instructional videos.
  • Ensure all VITA program Site Coordinators are IRS-certified to the appropriate level and aware of IRS Quality Site Requirements
  • Maintain volunteer and partner relationships through phone and email communication and event attendance.
  • Assist tax sites with registration of volunteers in VolunteerHub.
  • Collaborate with Coordinators to determine volunteer needs.
  • Maintain the strictest confidentiality and privacy of customer and agency information.
  • Perform other relevant duties as assigned.

Application Deadline: September 30, 2019 at 5:00pm

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Posting Date: 09/24/2019
Position: Project Manager
Company: A Special Wish Foundation

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Run specific projects for families, included the Sparkles of Joy Program, Christmas Program, etc.
  • Serve as our frontline contact for members and the public
  • Provide general administrative support, including assistance with data entry, file management and maintenance, correspondence, expense receipts, bank deposits, photocopying, specific projects and mailings as needed
  • Provide administrative support for programs and other activities as needed
  • Provide administrative support including managing donor data and thank you projects
  • Share responsibility for providing information/assistance

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 09/24/2019
Position: Research Assistant/ Contract Manager
Company: The Center for Community Solutions

A Research Assistant provides professional project support with limited guidance and leadership from supervisor. This position will work closely with the Associate Director/Williamson Family Fellow for Applied Research to support Community Solutions’ consulting operations.
Essential job tasks include: using computers; writing; problem solving; building relationships with members of community, professionals, and decision makers; project and process management; collection and analysis of data, trends, and ideas. 

Essential job responsibilities and results:

  • Schedule meetings and handle event logistics.
  • Manage contracts and invoicing schedules.
  • Prepare materials and attend meetings with external partners.
  • Engage with consulting clients and external partners.
  • Contribute to consulting and other projects.
  • Collaborate with colleagues across the organization.
  • Compile, analyze, and report data and information relevant to the organization’s mission and priorities.
  • Write blog posts..
  • Assist other program staff in collecting and developing program specific materials.
  • Serve as a member of one or more projects or teams.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Application Deadline: October 11th, 2019

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Posting Date: 09/24/2019
Position: Administrative Assistant for Non-Profit Organization
Company: Westown Community Development Corporation (WCDC)

Westown Community Development Corporation (WCDC) has been operating as an independent, incorporated non-profit agency since 1994. It is their goal to promote neighborhood revitalization and long-term stability in the Westown service area (Cleveland’s Ward 11) through the development and implementation of public benefit programs, residential and commercial rehabilitation, neighborhood planning and community engagement.

Responsibilities:

  • Oversee office supplies & inventory and order as needed
  • Contact vendors and or technicians for equipment repair
  • Schedule meetings
  • Create, and maintain a database that will update membership and resident services
  • File management of organizational documents
  • Prepare occasional mailings and mail merges
  • Assist with creating Word, Publisher & Excel documents
  • Referral of community services and follow up with residents and community organizations and government offices
  • Perform all other duties as assigned

Application Deadline: Position open until filled.

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Posting Date: 09/16/2019
Position: Budget and Management Analysts
Company: Broward County Florida

Budget and Management Analysts serve as fiscal and management consultants to agencies and as staff advisors to the County Administrator’s Office. Analysts work with County agencies to coordinate and develop recommendations on resource allocation throughout the year. In addition to development and administration of the $4.8 billion annual operating and capital budget, analysts work on special projects including:

  • developing funding plans for capital improvement programs;
  • analyzing funding requests for service enhancements;
  • evaluating fee proposals;
  • assessing the fiscal impact of proposed legislation;
  • analyzing agency processes to identify opportunitie to increase productivity;
  • developing and improving performance measures.

Application Deadline: September 20, 2019

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Posting Date: 09/12/2019
Position: Finance Manager
Company: Ohio Environmental Council

The Ohio Environmental Council seeks a Finance Manager to manage the daily financial operations of the OEC family of organizations including OEC, OEC Action Fund, OEC Action Fund PAC, and Conservation Ohio. Good financial planning, accounting, and reporting is fundamental to the organization’s success in fulfilling its mission.

The ideal candidate will be technically skilled, able to work within larger concepts while paying meticulous attention to detail, able to translate financial concepts to non-finance staff, and eager to work with a growing family of organizations.

This position is based in Columbus and reports to the Deputy Director.

Application Deadline: September 27th, 2019

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Posting Date: 09/12/2019
Position: Executive Director
Company: West Park Kamm’s Neighborhood Development (WPKND)

The Executive Director will manage the day-to-day operations and programs including an annual budget of over $500,000 and a professional team of five people. The position’s responsibilities include, but are not limited to,: (i) planning and implementing economic development programs; (2) planning and implementing community activities; and (3) to diversify and promote the growth and development of West Park’s stakeholder base. The Executive Director will have considerable interface with several departments of the City of Cleveland, City Councilperson, key funders, businesses, institutions, neighborhood groups and community partners.

Application Deadline: Friday, September 27th, 2019

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Posting Date: 09/10/2019
Position: Census Jobs
Company: United States Census 2020

Overview:
These positions provide the perfect opportunity to earn some extra income while helping your community. The results of the 2020 Census will help determine each state’s representation in Congress, as well as how certain funds are spent for schools, hospitals, roads, and more. This is your chance to play a part in history and help ensure that everyone in your community is counted! 

Job Qualifications:

  • Be at least 18 years old.
  • Have a valid Social Security number.
  • Be a U.S. citizen.
  • Have a valid email address.
  • Complete an application and answer assessment questions. (Some assessment questions are available in Spanish. However, an English proficiency test may also be required.)
  • Be registered with the Selective Service System or have a qualifying exemption, if you are a male born after Dec. 31, 1959.
  • Pass a Census-performed criminal background check and a review of criminal records, including fingerprinting.
  • Commit to completing training.
  • Be available to work flexible hours, which can include days, evenings, and/or weekends.

Most jobs require employees to:

  • Have access to a vehicle and a valid driver’s license, unless public transportation is readily available.
  • Have access to a computer with internet and an email account (to complete training).

Applicaton Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 09/05/2019
Position: Trails Assistant
Company: Tinker’s Creek Watershed Partners (TCWP)

Tinker’s Creek Watershed Partners (TCWP) is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) watershed organization officially established in 2006. Our mission is to protect and restore water quality and habitats of the Tinker’s Creek watershed through community partnerships. The Tinker’s Creek watershed drains 96.4 square miles and is the largest tributary to the Cuyahoga River. The watershed area spans 24 communities in Cuyahoga, Summit, Portage and Geauga counties.

Skills and Qualifications: Must have a high school diploma or GED. Must have a valid driver's license, be insured, and have own transportation; mileage will be reimbursed for service-related travel. Must have or be pursuing a college degree or equivalent education in biology, natural resources, forestry, wildlife management, environmental science, landscape architecture, planning, or similar. Must be in good health and capable of rigorous outdoor activity, including hiking over rough terrain and able to lift and carry 70 pounds. Must be self-motivated and able to work independently and in a team. Experience working with volunteers preferred. Must possess good organizational and communication skills and be capable of working with little supervision. Usual hours of service will be M-Th. The ability to serve flexible hours, including some evenings and weekends, is needed. Hours may fluctuate, increase or decrease, in consideration of seasonal changes such as inclement weather or other extended activities.

Appliction Deadline: The application deadline has been extended to September 20th, 2019

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Posting Date: 08/26/2019
Position: Program Leader
Company: Boy Scouts of America

A Program Leader’s aim is to help individual Scouts to develop their character, educate them in good citizenship and encourage them to become physically strong and mentally awake. We deliver the Scouting program according to the guidelines provided within the Cub Scout curriculum. The curriculum is the Program Leader's guide for each meeting. The activities found in the curriculum are designed to support the purposes of Cub Scouting and are chosen to help promote the overall aims and methods of Scouting. All additional materials needed will be available at the monthly Program Leaders Staff Meeting.

Expectations:

  • Must have the ability to care for others and be a positive Role Model.
  • Supervision of the Unit program and Scout behavior.
  • Performs other duties as related to providing a safe and healthy environment.
  • The ability to work in conjunction with others and to run a weekly Scout meeting.
  • Lead the Scouts by following the Cub Scout curriculum.
  • Responsible for keeping of all records (advancement, attendance and timesheets).
  • Submit weekly attendance sheets and monthly advancement forms (via Scoutbook).
  • Occasional off-site opportunities for activities and events (as necessary).
  • Wear the Scout uniform at all Scout meetings, activities and events.

Application Deadline: N\A

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Posting Date: 08/09/2019
Position: Real Estate & Development Officer
Company: Department Of Port Control 

Under administrative direction, is responsible for planning and administering a specific project or program for a City Department. Serves as the administrative supervisor on projects or programs. Must be able to plan, assign and review activities of subordinate personnel as applicable. Monitor procedures utilized in program evaluation. Develops and secures commitments from other City departments and agencies to provide services to program participants. Provides technical assistance or review program policies and procedures. Maintains current information and oversees the preparation of project status reports. Prepares financial, narrative reports and program applications. Communicates project/program status and information to municipal officials and/or public and private entities. 

Application Deadline: N\A

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Posting Date: 08/05/2019
Position: Executive Director of ARNOVA
Company: ARNOVA

Primary Role: 
Founded in 1971, The Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action (ARNOVA) is a diverse community of scholars, educators, and practice leaders that strengthens the field of nonprofit and philanthropic research in order to improve civil society and human life. We bring together both theoretical and applied interests, helping scholars gain insight into the day-to-day concerns of organizations, while also providing nonprofit professionals with connections to research they can use to improve the work of their organizations and the quality of life for citizens and communities.  

As ARNOVA embarks on its 50th anniversary, the Executive Director will work closely with the Board of Directors to co-design the future of the organization in realizing its strategic goals and vision. The Executive Director will join a high-integrity, vibrant, diverse, inclusive, and growing community that creates conditions for success for its members and other stakeholders. The Executive Director will be committed to the vision, mission, and values of ARNOVA, enhancing the value of member experience while growing membership; developing external relationships to enhance contributions to knowledge, policy, and practice; and expanding organizational capacity to fulfill ARNOVA’s strategic priorities, vision, and mission. The Executive Director serves as chief executive officer of ARNOVA and is an ex-officio member of the Board of Directors, the Executive Committee, and all other ARNOVA committees.

The Executive Director will be hired through the HR system of Indiana University – Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) and will report directly to the ARNOVA Board of Directors. Although ARNOVA is headquartered in Indianapolis, Indiana, remote work is an option. 

Application Deadline: N\A

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Posting Date: 07/25/2019
Position: Administrative Coordinator
Company: Greater Cleveland Habitat for Humanity

Greater Cleveland Habitat for Humanity’s Administrative Coordinator performs administrative duties for Administrative Departments. This is an entry level position which provides an excellent entrée into nonprofit administration from the ground up.

Responsibilities include:

  • Perform daily administrative tasks, including preparation of letters, reports, grant applications, and other administrative/coordination responsibilities as assigned.
  • Prepare and update charts, reports, spreadsheets and presentations for the Affordable Homeownership, Construction and Marketing and Development Departments.
  • Provide data entry, spread sheet creation, ledger review, word processing and other general support.
  • Conduct internet and library searches and conduct research and data investigations.
  • Prepare invoices for payment; organize and file paid invoices and compliance documents.
  • Work with the Volunteer Department on scheduling individual construction site volunteers.
  • Coordinate warranty work on partner family homes with Affordable Homeownership Department. 

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 07/15/2019
Position: Brand Development Assistant
Company: Sustainable Community Associates (SCA)

Sustainable Community Associates (SCA) seeks a Brand Development Assistant for a part-time role beginning as soon as possible. This position requires someone with an up-beat, outgoing attitude looking to expand their knowledge of marketing and experience management. The Brand Development Assistant will work closely with the Development Assistant to develop and implement strategies to improve the lived experience of residents across three SCA properties and increase SCA’s online presence. This position requires an individual who enjoys interacting with a wide variety of people both online and in-person. Someone with strong organizational skills, a creative mind and the ability to work independently would perform well in this role.

The ideal candidate will demonstrate the following skills:

  • Familiarity with the G Suite including GMail, Google Calendar and Google Drive
  • Basic graphic design skills using the Adobe Creative Suite, Canva, or other personally preferred design program
  • Social media power user; specifically Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest
  • Strong writer with excellent conversation skills
  • Photography/photo styling skills a plus

Application Deadline: Open until filled

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Posting Date: 07/12/2019
Position: Grants Manager
Company: Center for Arts-Inspired Learning (CAL)

Center for Arts-Inspired Learning (CAL) is seeking a dynamic and innovative Grants Manager to manage local, national and select corporate grant proposals. CAL is a nonprofit arts education organization that ignites student learning, creativity, and success through the arts. For more than 65 years, CAL has provided multidisciplinary arts programming to area schools and community organizations. It also manages large-scale programs, such as ArtWorks, and a community center for the arts, Studio 105 at the Glenville Arts Campus. The Grants Manager works as part of a team to strengthen the organization’s position in the community through the application for and stewardship of all grants to realize annual and long-term goals of CAL. The Grants Manager reports to the Director of Development.

The Grants Manager is responsible for all aspects of raising support from foundations, corporations, and government sources requiring proposals for both unrestricted operating revenue and restricted projects. This position requires strategic thinking and the ability to manage and execute operational details. The Center for Arts-Inspired Learning is an office culture of high standards, frequent innovation, and collaborative teamwork.

Responsibilities 

  • Work with Director of Development and Executive Director to produce a sufficient number and quality of prospects and proposals for corporate, foundation, and government grants to meet and/or exceed annual goals. The CAL annual budget is $1,900,000 with approximately 50% from grants.
  • Develop and prioritize projects and proposals with CAL staff for programs that need support.
  • Develop and foster relationships with institutional funders and identify connections with staff, board, volunteers, donors that will ensure the cultivation of institutional funders.
  • Arrange for site visits and appointments for Executive Director and CAL Board with potential funders.
  • Provide stewardship for existing donors; maintain institutional donor profiles.
  • Research and identify prospective funding opportunities (locally, regionally & nationally).
  • Coordinate corporate campaign with Director of Development.
  • Write all proposals, reports, and other ancillary materials.
  • Work with CAL staff on program budgets.
  • Manage existing grants by: tracking grants; developing internal reporting systems; writing reports; maintaining excellent historical records; working with staff to ensure each project or program is meeting proposal goals and expectations.
  • Work with Director of Development to set, monitor and manage grants income goal.
  • Collaborate with Director of Finance to monitor grant spending.
  • Assist with other fundraising projects as requested.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 07/11/2019
Position: Community Wrap Around Assistant
Company: Burten, Bell, Carr Development, INC

Under the supervision of the Community Wraparound Site Coordinator, the Community Wrap Around Assistant will support Anton Grdina School and George Washington Carver STEM School administrators in implementing support programming for students and their families.

Under the direction of the Community Wraparound Director, the Community Wrap Around Assistant will support initiatives at Anton Grdina School and George Washington Carver STEM School related to attendance, behavior and core competencies. This includes but is not limited to activities that help to achieve school goals such as:

  • Attendance monitoring and tracking.
  • Positive based incentive programs.
  • Family and Community Engagement activities.
  • School uniform support.
  • Basic need provision (produce markets, food giveaways, winter coat distribution etc.)
  • Supporting school activities (assemblies, conferences, picture day etc.)
  • Monitoring scholars during before and after school programs.
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Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 07/03/2019
Position: Executive Director
Company: Bond Accountability Commission

The Bond Accountability Commission (“BAC”) is responsible for monitoring the construction and renovation program of the Cleveland Metropolitan School District. The Bond Accountability Commission is an independent, non-profit, all-volunteer organization appointed by the chair of the Cleveland Metropolitan School District's (“CMSD”) Board of Education in consultation with the Mayor of Cleveland.

To meet the responsibilities of the Commission, the Executive Director is required to monitor, review, assess, and report on the use of funds and construction progress of CMSD.

  • Gather quantitative and qualitative information from various sources to ensure clear understanding of the implementation progress, spending and any revisions to the Facilities Master Plan.
  • Review the design, engineering, contract bidding and awards, procurement, and construction of projects funded by voter-approved Issue 14 and Issue 4.
  • Communicate findings to the community, including holding four public meetings annually.
  • Provide regular reporting to the Board of Commissioners and an annual report to the community

Applicaton Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 06/18/2019
Position: Operations Assistant
Company: After-School All-Stars

After-School All-Stars is currently seeking an Operations Assistant to help support the offices of the Cleveland chapter. The responsibilities will include: office management, support of operations, and human resources-related special projects.

Responsibilities:

Office Management

  • Maintenance of general office: maintain and order supplies; maintain a well-organized, stocked supply cabinet, maintain and coordinate supplies/service for copy machine, and computers; work with Program Coordinator to coordinate supply orders for school sites; maintain and organize storage areas; manage office subscriptions.
  • Coordinate mail and shipping for main office
  • HR: maintain emergency contact information for Cleveland staff.
  • Remind and ensure Program Coordinators and Site Coordinators have tracked hours for their part-time staff and interns.
  • Process all data related to new hires and terminations including comprehensive background checks for all employees.
  • Contribute to the ASAS Cleveland social media pages
  • Support the ED and Program Coordinators with scheduling training, ordering supplies for training, employee recruiting, and monitoring Safe Schools training.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 06/10/2019
Position: Field Jobs
Company: United States Census Bureau

The Census Bureau conducts continuous surveys to supply the nation with important statistics on people, places and our economy. Our Regional Offices are responsible for hiring and supervising the Census Bureau's field workers. Local field workers know their communities best and are instrumental in conducting surveys with residents on a variety of topics. 

Application Deadline: The deadline varies based upon the position.

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Posting Date: 06/10/2019
Position: 2020 Census Jobs
Company: United States Census Bureau

Did you know that the U.S. Census Bureau is hiring temporary employees for the 2020 Census? Our jobs offer weekly pay, competitive pay rates, flexible hours, and paid training. By joining the 2020 Census team, you can support your community while getting paid to do it.

The Census Bureau is hiring for a variety of temporary jobs, including census takers, recruiting assistants, office staff, and supervisory staff. To be eligible, you must be at least 18 years old, have a valid Social Security number, and be a U.S. citizen.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 06/04/2019
Position: Project Manager
Company: GBX Group

The Project Manager will be responsible for the overall project management of assigned GBX Group tax asset, real estate investment, and/or IT projects. This role coordinates people, projects, and processes, maintains project timelines, manages documentation, and addresses critical issues to advance project objectives and meet overall Company investment goals. The Project Manager must be an analytical and creative thinker, able to successfully manage multiple projects to timely completion. This role will be a member of the Project Management team, work closely with the Finance, Legal, Development, Underwriting, and Asset Management teams, and will be the main point of contact with developer partners, consultants, and historic organizations.

GBX Group is an innovative, entrepreneurial organization. Working with our investors, we are dedicated to the revitalization of historic real estate properties in some of the greatest cities in the US. Our culture is unique and very important to us. We challenge one another, work hard and truly enjoy how our work makes a difference to people in the communities we serve. We are looking for someone who is smart, driven and passionate about being part of a team that makes a real impact to join GBX as our Project Manager.

Application Deadline: N/A.

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Posting Date: 05/17/2019
Position: Manager - Community Development
Company: City of Euclid

Responsible for complex grant coordination and administration related to the daily operations of the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and HOME Investment Partnership Program (HOME) funded programs and other planning and development related grants. This includes preparation of grant applications, corresponding with HUD officials and other grant agencies, preparing and submitting the CDBG budgets, assuring all grant expenditures are in conformance with related regulations, preparing and monitoring contracts, preparing reports, documentation, forms, and memos required to obtain and maintain funding from HUD, coordinating and documenting citizen participation processes and meeting with auditors and providing reconciled documentation for all grant related expenditures. Administers various grants and other special projects and performs related planning, development and administrative activities as needed. Works under the supervision of the Director of Planning and Development.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 05/15/2019
Position: Fair Housing Administrator 
Company: City of Lorain Civil Service Commission

To assist the City of Lorain and its Fair Housing Board with the referral of complaints and in conducting community education, and outreach activities pertaining to Fair housing. 

Application Deadline: December 31st, 2019 (Accepted on a continuous basis or until the position is filled)

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Posting Date: 05/15/2019
Position: Neighborhood Development Specialist
Company: City of Lorain Civil Service Commission

The nature of the work performed requires that an employee in this class establish and maintain close cooperative working relationships with applicants, contractors and subcontractors, investors, and other departmental personnel. The Neighborhood Development Specialist also serves as the City's liaison for diversity activities to include assisting the Fair Housing Administrator.

Application Deadline: December 31st, 2019 (Accepted on a continuous basis or until the position is filled)

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