JA of Washington Career Opportunities
Statewide Program Director
Location: Seattle, WA
The Statewide Program Director is part of the senior management team and reports directly to the President. The Statewide Program Director develops and executes organizational strategies in program delivery and drives the overall programmatic direction for the organization. The Statewide Program Director will develop a deep knowledge/understanding of in-class JA curricula and capstone events. The Statewide Program Director will utilize their experience and expertise to develop effective business, operations and evaluative plans as they relate to the Program Department. The Statewide Program Director will be responsible for managing the Program Team, driving excellence in program delivery and evaluative efforts, providing leadership and vision, as well as cultivating and stewarding external partnerships vital to achieving overall programmatic goals.
Regional Program Manager, Snohomish County
Location: Telecommute (Must reside in Snohomish Co. WA)
The Snohomish County Regional Program Manager (RPM) is responsible for the implementation and management of all in-school JA programs within the Snohomish region. This includes oversight of program quality and expansion, maintaining strong school relations and verification of program completion. In addition the RPM will be responsible for the recruitment, training, and retention of volunteers to teach the JA programs, as well as for recognition of their service This position is responsible for the inputting, management and maintenance of program related data for the database system in programs. The RPM will also be responsible for expanding community awareness of programs, identifying additional sources for volunteer recruitment and funding opportunities. This position reports to the Statewide Program Director.
Regional Program Manager, King County
The JA King County Regional Program Manager (RPM) is responsible for the implementation and management of all JA in-school programs within King County. This includes oversight of program quality and expansion, maintaining strong school relations and verification of program completion. The RPM will be responsible for the recruitment, training, and retention of volunteers to teach the JA programs, as well as for recognition of their service. This position is responsible for the management and maintenance of data within the database system. The RPM will also be responsible for expanding community awareness of programs, identifying additional sources for volunteer recruitment and funding opportunities. This position reports to the Statewide Program Director.
To apply for this position, email cover letter and resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
. In the subject line reference Position #40-03 832019.
Regional Development Manager, Southeastern Washington
Location: Kennewick (part time)
The Regional Development Manager (RDM), Southeastern Washington Region, works to develop and steward existing and new corporate and individual partners. This individual will identify new opportunities to grow engagement across all fundraising channels to increase revenue, including special events, corporate partnerships and individual giving.
The RDM develops and manages strategic partners and sponsors for relevant organizational events and special projects. Researches, identifies and solicits new prospects for JA via sponsorships, bowling teams, volunteers and partners campaign. Develops and implements presentations including strategic proposals at prospective firms. Works with the Regional Director of Development and Marketing to execute special events as assigned to meet financial goals. Develops and helps edit related promotional materials for assigned projects. Creates marketing materials including TCH and WWUB Ads, PSA's, TCABJ, and opportunities as secured. Handles related general correspondence, constituent and prospect documentation and sales calls. Updates prospect files annually. Prepares related materials for board meetings.
Regional Special Projects Coordinator, Southeastern Washington
The Special Projects Coordinator will be responsible for all aspects of fundraising auctions affiliated with seasonal special events for Junior Achievement. Working with staff, board members and community partners, you will identify and procure donations consistent with local fundraising goals. In addition, duties involve assisting the Development Team with special projects and other duties including but not limited to luncheons/socials and JA Titan Business Challenge.
JA World Greeter - Office Assistant (Volunteer)
The JA World Greeter and Office Assistant serves as a friendly face for visitors and callers to JA World. To fulfill this volunteer role, all that is needed is a cheerful disposition, clear communication skills, and basic computer skills. Your shift will involve greeting visitors and students as they enter our facility, and assisting our JA Finance Park and JA BizTown Managers and our Office Manager, with a variety of tasks on and off the computer. Hours are approximately 8:30am-12: 30 pm. A commitment to work twice a week or more is preferred, during the school year. Days of the week will vary according to school schedules. A background check will be conducted prior to hiring for this volunteer position.
Special Events Intern
Location: Seattle or Auburn
The Special Events Intern is a vital part of the events team in organizing and planning all JA fundraising events, including but not limited to auctions, golf classics, bowling events and other fundraisers. This position will build on the success and track-record of well-branded events as well as assist in the cultivation of new supporters to the organization. A successful candidate will have strong relationship-building, organizational and computer skills.
To inquire about or apply for this position, email cover letter and resume to: Colleen Hay, Sr. Manager, Special Events, email@example.com
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