Employment Opportunities

 

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The Membership and Marketing Assistant has the opportunity to join a non-profit as an entry level full time employee with a significant amount of responsibility.  The Membership and Marketing Assistant reports to the Manager of Development and Publications and works closely with the Marketing & Events Specialist.

Responsibilities include:

  • Managing constituent database CharityProud, performing the following functions:
    • Entering accurately and timely all incoming donations
    • Generating acknowledgement letters for each gift using the query and merge functions
    • Producing invoices for membership billing according to set schedule
    • Setting up and tracking registrations for events
    • Running reports for annual fund campaigns
    • Maintenance of records, including address updates, duplicate record changes and other basic record changes.
  • Coordination with Business & Finance Manager to ensure matching records. 
  • Assisting the Marketing & Events Specialist including:
    • Event support
    • Marketing support
  • Assisting in the editing, writing, and sending of our monthly email newsletter, Perspectives with ConstantContact
  • Working closely with the Manager of Development & Publications to create polished grant reports and proposals
  • Assisting with publication of our semi-annual magazine Façade

 

Qualifications:  The Membership and Marketing Assistant must be:

  • a quick study of business software programs, including CharityProud, QuickBooks, Adobe Creative Cloud Applications, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, and Word and have the ability to learn new programs;
  • a team worker with the ability to work successfully with a range of people, including staff members, volunteers, and other individuals involved with Cleveland Restoration Society; and
  • a motivated self-starter able to work with little  supervision.

Salary: Salary will be commensurate with the entry level nature of the position.

Applications:  All applications should be submitted prior to November 20, 2018 by email to Margaret Lann, Manager of Development and Publications, at mlann@clevelandrestoration.org and should include:

  1. A résumé; and
  2. A writing sample
  3. Copies of college and graduate school transcripts.

 

The Technology Specialist has the opportunity to join a non-profit as a part time employee with a significant amount of responsibility. The Technology Specialist reports to the Chief Operating Officer and works closely with the President, COO, and program staff.

Responsibilities include:

  • Acting as webmaster for two WordPress websites, which includes adding new features and content (logo and artwork, video, event information), editing navigation by using Javascript, CSS or HTML, trouble-shooting, and backing up the site.
  • Modifying our Salesforce instance in order to provide enhancements for our Heritage Home Program staff
  • Be the first to troubleshoot technology problems within CRS and liaison with outside service providers
  • Envision and find technological solutions for problems facing CRS
  • Creating ArcGIS maps utilizing proprietary data
  • Managing the Sarah Benedict House calendar
  • Managing the security panel – entering in new employees, deleting old ones, and corresponding with State Alarm regarding entering in employee info on their end
  • Acting  as administrator for all technology related applications and products, including Avaya VoIP phone system, network printers and copier, postage meter, Microsoft365, and other applications as needed

 

Qualifications:  The Technology Specialist must be:

  • a quick study of business software programs, including CharityProud, QuickBooks, Salesforce,  Adobe Creative Cloud Applications, ArcGIS, Excel, and Word and have the ability to learn new programs;
  • a team worker with the ability to work successfully with a range of people, including staff members, and other individuals involved with Cleveland Restoration Society; and
  • a motivated self-starter able to work with little  supervision.

Salary: Salary will be commensurate with the level of experience of the applicant.

Applications:  All applications should be submitted prior to November 15, 2018 by email to Tom Jorgensen, Chief Operating Officer of CRS, at tjorgensen@clevelandrestoration.org and should include:

  1. A résumé; and
  2. A writing sample
  3. Copies of college and graduate school transcripts.