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ROSMY is seeking a full time Youth Programs Coordinator that is interest in
joining a growing organization and dynamic team. ROSMY is looking for an
innovative leader that desires the opportunity to continue building and
strengthening our youth support services. The premier organization
providing support, education, advocacy and opportunities for Virginia’s gay,
lesbian, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth, ROSMY serves to ensure
Virginia’s sexual minority youth and equal opportunity for success.
ROSMY seeks an individual who is a well organized and a highly motivated
self-starter to oversee, coordinate, implement and evaluate ROSMY’s
continuum of youth support services. This is a evening shift position from
1:00PM – 9:00PM, Monday – Friday with flex scheduling for some weekend and
statewide events and activities..
The qualified candidate will demonstrate skills in building community
relationships, partnering with other human service agencies, identifying and
addressing programming needs and managing the large number of volunteers to
execute the highest quality programming for gay, lesbian, bisexual,
transgender and questioning youth.
Benefits include 100% Health and Dental Insurance coverage, 3 weeks paid
vacation and flexible scheduling.
Qualifications include a BS/BA degree in Recreation or a social services
related field; A high school graduate with 2 – 3 years of full time
experience or combination of education and experience, group
leadership/facilitation skills, flexibility, strong interpersonal and
Interested candidates should submit a resume and cover letter by Friday,
September 5, 2008 to:
John Dougherty, Executive Director
P.O. Box 5542
Richmond, Virginia 23220
Kaplan will be offering its free practice tests to students on Saturday, October 25, 2008. The following tests will be offered: GRE, GMAT, LSAT, MCAT, DAT, PCAT. The test location will be Temple 1160, 1164, 1165, 1l69. Students need to contact Kaplan to reserve a seat (501-0000).
The Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond is recruiting for a Student Intern in the Public Affairs/Economic Education Division. In this role, the intern assists staff in delivering the Economic Education program of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond. Learns from seasoned economic educators and is exposed to business professionals throughout the Fifth District of the Federal Reserve System. The internship is structured to refine a diverse set of skills including analytical thinking, effective interviewing, strong communication (written and oral), team interaction, and business protocol. The intern would be called on to perform routine, non-routine, and miscellaneous duties as assigned. This is a part time fall position that will begin as early as September 2008 and may end in December 2008. The work schedule for the position will average 12 hours each week; however, flexiblity to alter work schedule, as needed, is desired.
Dollars : 16
Hours : 12/week
Schedule : Flexible
Citizenry : All candidates
Required : Must be currently enrolled college student, preferably rising junior or senior status. The ideal candidate is an education major with some background in economics.
Some knowledge of the Federal Reserve System and the basic principles of economics. Familiarity with Microsoft Office, Page Maker and Adobe Photoshop.
Organizational ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously, ease in a classroom setting, creativity, ability to edit materials, interpersonal skills, and Web knowledge.
Ability to work well in a team setting but also with a moderate degree of independence.
Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite
Preferred Method of Application:
Through Employer Website
Job ID: 1538
The Nation’s premier provider of temporary housing, corporate suites, extended stays, and vacation rentals seeking part time inside sales/marketing representative to assist marketing manager in developing new business through email marketing campaigns. Must be available to work M-F 4-5 hours per day.
Kathy Ellrich | Office Manager
Large orthopaedic practice located in Richmond’s west end (near Parham and Three Chopt Roads) seeks a part-time clerical assistant to work in its Business Office researching credit balance on patient’s accounts and issuing refunds as required. Hours are flexible based on student’s class schedule. No weekend or nighttime hours required. Applicants selected for possible employment must pass drug screening, credit and criminal background checks. If interested, please send resume to Diane Wakefield, Billing Manager, via FAX to (804) 288-2850 or e-mail email@example.com.
Planned Parenthood Health Systems, Inc. is looking for a highly motivated, responsible, outgoing, creative, pro-choice person with political experience to manage the agency’s grassroots activities in Charlottesville and surrounding areas in VA and Southern WV. The Field Organizer will work closely with the Director of Public Policy to conduct grassroots activities while building capacity and infrastructure. The Organizer will also provide key support to the Planned Parenthood Advocates of Virginia, particularly around volunteer activities in targeted political candidate and issue-based campaigns.
SPECIFIC DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
Coordinate with the Director of Public Policy to implement a field organizing program designed to increase the number of pro-choice, pro-family planning activists in targeted region.
• With the Director of Public Policy, develop and implement plans for statewide grassroots organizing, including the formation of local core activist groups and a volunteer leadership program
• Manage activist database
•Work with coalition partners to achieve pro-choice gains
•Develop and maintain pro-choice student organizations at local colleges/universities
• Voter education and engagement – including training, candidate campaigns and phonebanks
• Manage all aspects of community outreach, including some materials development, volunteer recruitment, training and execution of all civic engagement activities
• Organize community events
• Recruit and supervise interns
• Perform administrative duties
• Some fundraising, public speaking and media relations
• Well-organized and detail oriented
• Strong written and interpersonal communication skills
• Energetic, outgoing, self-motivated and optimistic
• Able to work well with diverse groups
• Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university required, or equivalent experience
• Support of the mission, vision and work of Planned Parenthood Health Systems, Inc.
• Knowledge of reproductive rights issues and community organizing strategies preferred
• Ability to travel
Application Deadline: September 5, 2008
To Apply: Please submit a cover letter and resume addressing your experience with the above responsibilities and qualifications and describing your interest in being a member of the Planned Parenthood staff. Please submit the names, affiliations and contact information of three references. No calls please.
Write: Planned Parenthood Health Systems, Inc.
Attn: Human Resources
Shelter Operations Manager
The Shelter Operations Manager is responsible for proper functioning of the shelter to include: answering crisis hotline, completion of client intakes, providing case management and overseeing supply and household maintenance. Daytime/some evening hours.
Bachelors degree in a human services field and at least one year of related work experience required; an understanding of the issues of family violence or the willingness to learn, ability to work with families of various racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic backgrounds, ability to manage multiple projects and activities simultaneously.
Interested applicants should submit resume, cover letter and salary history to:
PO Box 17996
Richmond, VA 23226
This position is primarily responsible for creating biographical descriptions for each child on the Children, Incorporated program. Secondary responsibilities will include providing assistance in set up, processing and documentation required to establish child sponsorships in the areas of new, substitute, gift, pending and transfer sponsorships. Additionally the Sponsor/Sub Associate assumes the responsibilities of a primary customer relations phone operator.
I. Creates descriptive biographical histories for each child waiting for a sponsor. Coordinates the completion of specific histories based on the daily needs of the department.
II. Provides ongoing support and backup in all areas of set up, processing, documentation and follow up necessary to complete new, substitute, gift, pending or transfer of sponsorships.
III. Participates as a primary customer relations phone operator, responding immediately to low level questions and inquiries and directing callers to appropriate personnel when requested or necessary to provide exceptional customer service.
IV. General clerical duties to assist in other departments as duties allow or priorities demand.
Requirements upon hire:
* Strong written communication skills
* One to two years related experience
* Bachelors degree or equivalent
* Attention to detail
* Strong organizational skills
* Demonstrated ability to interact well with others
* Computer applications (word, outlook)
* References required at time of interview
Please submit resumes and salary requirements to Virginia Ellis at
Henrico CASA, a nonprofit agency serving abused and neglected through volunteer Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA), is seeking an outgoing and reliable full-time Volunteer Coordinator. This is a wonderful opportunity to join an experienced Case Management Team under the supervision of the Program Manager.
The Volunteer Coordinator’s primary responsibilities include:
– Volunteer recruitment, screening, training, supervision and appreciation
– Case supervision with an emphasis on volunteer assistance and report editing
– Court hearing liaison between the volunteer and the system
– Community speaking and training
Required Qualifications include:
– A degree or equivalent experience in child welfare, counseling, human services, juvenile justice, or law
– At least 21 years of age and able to demonstrate an ability to effectively supervise volunteers
– Understanding of community organizations and volunteer supervision
– Excellent organizational, communication, computer, teaching and writing skills
Salary and Benefits:
– Salary based on experience with a benefit stipend
– 15 days of paid leave per year
– Paid Virginia holidays
This is a full-time position with occasional evening and weekend work required. Please submit resume and cover letter to the attention of Dayle Goldberg, Program Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org or via fax at 804-501-2574.