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CT Campus Organizer-Work for a Better Future with U.S. PIRG. Salary: $23,750 - $25,000. Details and to apply: http://www.idealist.org/match/29740501-180 .
Christian Community Action (CCA) in New Haven has two openings: 1)Director of Development to direct fundraising efforts. The ideal individual should have experience in coordinating fundraising efforts, maintaining fundraising database, writing and disseminating quarterly newsletters, preparing press promotional materials, including press releases and brochures. Send resume by December 19, 2006, to CCA Executive Director, 168 Davenport Avenue, New Haven, CT 06519. 2) Case manager to work with families in its transitional housing program. Ideal candidate will have good case management skills, college degree, demonstrated computer skills, knowledge of social services and good communications skills. Send resume by January 2, 2007 to SSTHP, 168 Davenport Avenue, New Haven, CT 06519 .
Multicultural Leadership Institute is seeking f/t Training and Technical Assistance Coordinator, responsible for delivering Cultural Competence-related educational training and technical assistance activities and resources. Working knowledge and experience in Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drug Abuse (ATODA), co-occurring disorders and/or general mental health prevention or treatment topics. Required: working knowledge of the spectrum of cultural competence and diversity issues; strong written and oral communications, education and training skills; skills in MS Word package, internet, and basic research. In-state travel required. Full job description from email@example.com, or fax (203) 281-1386. Website: www.mli-inc.org. No phone inquiries please.
Literacy Volunteers of Greater New Haven is seeking a f/t Program and Development Assistant for program, administrative and development support; reports to Executive Director. Responsibilities: general administrative activities, data entry, program assistance and support of the development functions. The ideal candidate will have effective written and oral communication skills, well-developed interpersonal skills, knowledge of the New Haven community, and strong management and organizational skills. Bilingual candidates are encouraged to apply. Please send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
United Way of Greater New Haven (UWGNH) seeks Director of Civic Engagement, a new position responsible for fostering and enhancing civic engagement and volunteerism in our region. Develop and implement civic engagement strategies for UWGNH; expanding annual Day of Caring; promoting civic engagement and volunteerism in the community; lead Volunteer Link, UWGNH’s web-based volunteer opportunity database; providing assistance to organizations seeking volunteers and volunteers seeking projects; and managing select annual fundraising campaign accounts. The ideal candidate believes in the power of people working together to strengthen the community, is high energy, works well with diverse populations, thrives in an atmosphere that requires multi-tasking, and possesses strong computer skills and excellent verbal and written communication skills. BA/BS required, MA strongly preferred. Experience in volunteer management, community organizing, and civic work highly desired. The Director of Civic Engagement reports to the Vice President for Community Leadership and will be part of the Community Impact Team. The position will require some evenings and weekends. Please send cover letter, resume, and a writing sample to Kathleen Norwood via email at email@example.com or by mail to UWGNH, 71 Orange St., New Haven, CT 06510.