Play a central role in supporting the management of Uncommon’s 49 schools by providing communications and operations support. In this role, the Special Assistant must be able to communicate effectively, maintain accurate records, and support with logistics and execution for meetings. The Special Assistant reports directly to two Assistant Superintendents, and regular travel throughout the Assistant Superintendents’ region(s) is required. Find more information and apply here!
Posted May 2017
Dawnbreaker, Inc. – Software Developer
Posted May 2017
This is a telecommute opportunity within an global Information Security education company. Job responsibilities are split between customer support and business operations program and project management. For more information on this opportunity, please visit the linkedin posting
or email Emily Sturnick
Posted May 2017
The Electrification Coalition (EC) seeks a motivated independent contractor to work in diverse roles to support an Electric Vehicle (EV) accelerator community project in Rochester, NY. Activities will include supporting the program through the management of partnerships (corporate, municipal university, non-profit), event coordination, city-level EV policy work, volunteer recruitment, EV infrastructure development, and support of paid and earned media programs in the city of Rochester. These accelerator communities emphasize public-private partnerships, consumer education, marketing, and outreach; charging infrastructure, and garnering support from the business community in order to accelerate the purchase and usage of EVs. The position will also involve some domestic travel, so experience with business travel is preferred.
This contract position will report to the Director of EV Mobility Labs and/or the Electrification Coalition’s Vice President. The approximate contract length is 12 – 15 months. To apply, please send a letter of interest, resume and writing sample to Sharon Ossi, Junior Consultant, subject line “EV Accelerator Community Project Coordinator Contractor”.
Posted April 2017
BBBSGR matches children with volunteer mentors to reduce risky behaviors, improve academic performance and encourage healthy relationships. Locally, we serve over 500 children each year. Independent research has proven that our mentoring model has a direct, measurable and lasting impact. The Development Officer is responsible for oversight of the planning and execution of the fund development plan as well as oversight of special events. The Development Officer serves as lead strategist for agency fund development, participate in major gift strategy for past and current major gift donors; working with the Executive Director to identify and implement strategic stewardship and cultivation opportunities. The DO functions as the agency’s principal gift fundraiser. For more information, contact Executive Director Tina Christensen
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