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Below you will find positions in non-profits and other resources for job openings in the non-profit sector.

Please contact employers before submitting application materials since the status of job openings can change rapidly.

Winston-Salem, NC: Overflow Shelter Monitor

Posted December 4, 2014

City With Dwellings is looking for an Overflow Shelter Monitor

Anthony’s Plot Community, an affiliated ministry of The Board of Cooperative Ministries, is seeking overnight shelter monitors to provide leadership and oversight of the nightly operation of the winter overflow shelter. Position is for 24-36 hours/week. This position will report directly to Rev. Russ May and the personnel committee of City with Dwellings (a collaborative body that serves the WS homeless community with the Ten Year Plan to End Homelessness and the WS/FC Council on Homeless Services). This position is located in downtown Winston-Salem, NC.

Email personnel@citywithdwellings.org with questions or resumes. 

Anticipated Start Date: December 8, 2014

Application Deadline: December 31, 2014

Atlanta, GA: Director of Food Ministries

Posted November 20, 2014

InTown Collaborative Ministries is looking for a Director of Food Ministries. 

The Director of Food Ministries manages the operation of the Food Pantry and Food Co- operatives of Intown Collaborative Ministries. The position requires frequent contact and coordination with guests and members, volunteers, Sponsoring Congregations, vendors, agency partners, and the general public. This position reports directly to the Executive Director.

Email applications to apply@intowncm.org.

Anticipated Start Date: February 16, 2015

Application Deadline: January 5, 2015

Winston-Salem, NC: Case Services Manager

Posted November, 19, 2014

The Bethesda Center for the Homeless is looking for a Case Services Manager.

  • Monitors services provided to Bethesda Center clients, specifically for clients transitioning to permanent housing. Caseload includes assisting up to 40 clients until 6 months after permanent housing placement.
  • Provides case management services including: assessments, service planning, monitoring, follow-up, counseling in coping with and resolving crisis situations. 
  • Guides clients in decision making and strengthening their existing support network.
  • Identifies and collaborates with various community supporters, including housing managers, community agencies, service providers, and natural support systems.
  • Assists clients in determining eligibility for financial assistance, social services and or disability services. 
  • Conduct tours of the community, agencies and complete necessary applications as needed.
  • Provides employment assistance and services for those qualified to obtain and retain employment.
  • Documents client activity and maintains records/progress notes according to guidelines.
  • Monitors services provided to the client to evaluate effectiveness in meeting service needs.

Contact Danielle Koger with questions or to apply.

Anticipated Start Date: February 2, 2015

Application Deadline: January 16, 2015

Winston-Salem, NC: Development Director

Posted November 19, 2014

The Bethesda Center for the Homeless is looking for a Development Director.

  • Responsible for the strategic planning and management of Bethesda Center’s (BCH) fundraising, marketing, public relations, branding, publications, and media relations strategies. Researches and prepares fundraisers.
  • Creates and implements an annual development business plan with specific strategies to lead and manage BCH’s overall development efforts to meet the annual budget.
  • Cultivates and nurtures relationships with current and potential businesses, foundations and individual donors to increase BCH’s support base.
  • Maximizes the effectiveness of Bethesda’s donor strategy by assisting and leading the Fund
  • Development Committee of the Board of Directors and volunteers in identifying, cultivating and soliciting major donor prospects.
  • Researches and prepares all BCH grant proposals. Prepares reports for businesses, foundations, churches, individuals, and government funders.
  • Collaborates with program directors to identify organizational priorities, needs and new program ideas to pursue through grant development.
  • Forecasts and evaluates the potential of fund-raising campaigns and activities. Develops master grant writing, reporting and research calendar annually.

Contact Danielle Koger with questions or to apply.

Anticipated Start Date: February 2, 2015

Application Deadline: January 16, 2015

Winston-Salem, NC: Community Relations Coordinator

Posted November 19, 2014

The Bethesda Center for the Homeless is looking for a Community Relations Coordinator.

Creates and maintains numerous and effective opportunities for individuals and groups to become donors and volunteers of the Bethesda Center. Responsible for organizing and directing efforts of volunteers, coordinating community relations activities, and managing donor relations.

Regular days and hours of work are Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00pm. Works flexible hours for meetings, events, or other agency functions when needed.

Contact Danielle Koger with questions or to apply.

Anticipated Start Date: February 2, 2015

Application Deadline: January 15, 2015

Greensboro, NC: Director of Volunteers and Community Engagement

Posted November 18, 2014

The Volunteer Center is looking for a Director of Volunteers and Community Engagement.

I. Volunteer Management & Non-profit Member Engagement
• Act as main point of contact for non-profits and volunteers
• Recruit and match volunteers to member non-profit organizations for on-going and special event volunteer opportunities utilizing knowledge of local non-profits and their needs, and Volunteer Connect database/software 
• Promote/process yearly memberships and ensure all membership documentation stays current including application and benefits package. 
• Work with individual volunteers by phone or in office to assist them in finding the right volunteer opportunity
• Recruit volunteers and act as Volunteer Coordinator for all events hosted by The Volunteer Center (examples: Human Race, 9/11 Day of Service, and Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service)
• Support/maintain Volunteer Connect, software/database used by member non-profits to post non-profit volunteer needs. Educate non-profits on use/benefits of the database. Run reports as needed.
• Maintain Constant Contact distribution lists, including regularly adding those volunteers signed up via Volunteer Connect
• Organize, manage and at times lead TVC’s Workshop Series including an annual Volunteer Management 101 Boot Camp, a series of 4 workshops usually in late summer 
• Update membership documents: application, benefits package and resource guides each year
• Represent The Volunteer Center at events such as volunteer fairs and community forums 
• Manage the Mentoring Matters partnerships 
• Manage VAC, Volunteer Ambassador Council 

II. Days of Service & Service Learning 
• Plan and manage annual community-wide service event: 9/11 Day of Service (September annually) 
• Plan and manage annual community-wide service event: Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service (January annually) 
• Plan and manage in partnership with Guilford County Schools, Service Learning Leadership Camp (June-August annually)
• Recruit and manage volunteer teams and/or planning committees for each service event and/or day 

III. Fundraising 
• Research, write and report out on grants related to managed events, projects and resource tools (i.e Volunteer Connect) 
• Research sponsorship and other funding opportunities for managed events, projects and resource tools 

IV. Other Tasks 
• Recruit and manage departmental interns and volunteers 
• Maintain The Volunteer Center’s website content 
• Update social media outlets with information related to ongoing projects and programs 
• Serve as a volunteer and/or advocate outside of The Volunteer Center
• Promote all things volunteerism community-wide
• Represent TVC at speaking engagements, community forums and through media outlets when needed

Contact Carly Swaim with any questions or to apply.  

Anticipated Start Date: May 1, 2015

Application Deadline: April 1, 2015