Welcome to the AFP Greater Wichita job posting center! This service is designed to share pertinent career information with our audience of development professionals in the Greater Wichita area.
All positions are featured on our AFP Greater Wichita Chapter website for 30 days. They will also be emailed out to the AFP Wichita email database- nearly 600 professionals in the Greater Wichita area as well as appear in our monthly newsletter, "Elevate." Please email your job post to the email address below. Your organization will be directly invoiced within 48 hours of your post. When the invoice has been paid, the job will be published to the website and sent out to our list.
$60 for AFP Members
$75 for Non-Members
Please contact Bridget Mersmann at AFPWichitaChapter@gmail.com if you have any questions.
St. James Episcopal Church
Posted September 29, 2020
This position is responsible for the efficient operation of the church office by providing clerical and administrative support to the Rector and on a limited basis to the Vestry and church committees. The Administrative Assistant also works closely with all parish full-time staff, part-time staff, volunteers, and parish members. This position often serves as the public’s initial link with the parish. Experience working with membership databases, record keeping, publishing, and word processing software is essential.
Education: Minimum of an Associate Degree and/or equivalent experience.
Experience: Minimum three years’ experience as secretary or administrative assistant for a church or non-profit organization.
Technological Knowledge: Must have excellent working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications, desktop publishing software (Publisher), and Email marketing software (Constant Contact). Knowledge and experience working with membership databases is essential.
The scheduled work hours are Monday through Friday 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. The pay ranges from $16.00 to $19.00 per hour commensurate with experience. This position offers health insurance and a pension. The position offers 5 days of personal leave per year and one-week paid vacation beginning the first year.
For more information please contact Dottie Evans at 785-341-4532 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Communications Specialist, Technology Consultant
St. James Episcopal Church
Posted September 29, 2020
This part-time position requires experience with the development of a pleasing, coordinated, and technically sound graphic design presentation in all parish publications. The right person for this position will establish a parish identity to provide a consistent look for the organization. Additionally, this person will manage computer hardware, software and files associated with parish graphics, technology, internet, and web presence. The ability to communicate well with a variety of stakeholders related to graphic design, public relations and technology is essential.
Education: Minimum of an associate degree in graphic design, public relations, communication, or relevant field.
Experience: Minimum one year’s experience as in a church or non-profit organization.
Technological Knowledge: Must have excellent working knowledge of graphic design software, Web management, social media applications and Microsoft Office applications.
This position is part time up to 20 hours per week through the end of 2020 with possible expansion of the position in 2021. Saturday is a required workday as this person will record the church service video on Sat AND export the production to YouTube for Sunday availability.
Hourly pay wage is $17.00- $20.00 per hour. This position does not offer benefits. For more information please contact Dottie Evans at 785-341-4532 or email@example.com
Posted September 29, 2020
Full Time, Salaried, Hours will vary. Must be generally available to travel (when travel resumes), work some weekends and evenings. Compensation is negotiable and is based on education and experience. Location is dependent upon the applicant and the needs of the organization
Trust Women is a non-profit organization seeking a Director of Development to provide leadership, strategic direction, management and coordination of all fundraising efforts. The Director will create fundraising strategies that increase the organization’s support from individuals, corporations, foundations and other sources.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities include supervising and/or preforming the following:
• Develop, coordinate, maintain and implement in conjunction with CEO, an annual fundraising plan.
• Maintain updates and analysis of the fundraising plan for evaluation and a shift in any needed implementation.
• Cultivate and nurture relationships with current and potential contributors.
• Establish short-and-long range-goals for funding sources and enlist support from private grant sources (individuals, agencies, corporations and foundations) to identify sources of restricted and unrestricted funding, with an eye on growing the fundraising budget over the next five years.
• Supervise and coordinate activities of development staff engaged in maintaining the software/database and records for contributors, the grants department, major gifts and any other development positions that may arise.
• Generate quires, reports, exports and any other data as needed.
• Oversee the writing of grant proposals and reports in conjunction with Grants Manager to appropriately targeted foundations.
• Develop and write fundraising mail, in conjunction with long-standing Trust Women consultant(s), both resolicit and prospecting, according to the Development Plan.
• Establish and coordinate events around the country. Working with the Advocacy Associate to identify hosts, guests, vendors for support.
• Establish call time with CEO to be staffed by a yet to be determined staff member, and have call sheets ready. Notation and follow up with calls as necessary after each session.
• Oversee research and prospecting of new potential new contributors in conjunction with a yet to be determined Major Gifts Officer.
• Work to expand our corporate giving and planned giving programs.
• Implement strategies to increase the number of sustainers within the Trust Women family.
• Five years of development experience, with significant foundation and high donor fundraising experience
• Proven track record of achieving revenue targets
• Proven management and leadership capabilities
• Strong communication skills, including ability to write and speak persuasively about the organization.
• Demonstrated ability to think strategically and understanding of strategic development.
• Strong partnership-building skills
• Thorough understanding of all components of a diversified funding base
• Good computer skills and knowledge of data base programs
• Knowledge of NGP is desirable
• Design experience is desired to be implemented for donor materials, both print and digital
• Ability to travel approximately 15 to 20 percent in the future
• Ability to work with CEO and staff on high donor meetings, events and other TW activities as they arise.
• Bachelor’s degree required
• Understanding of reproductive health, rights and justice is mandatory
• Unequivocal support of reproductive rights
Trust women benefits program includes:
• 50% TW paid insurance benefits, which includes Medical, Dental & Vision
• Simple IRA after 60 days of employment, with 3% employer match after 1 year of employment
• Paid holidays
• Professional Development Reimbursement
For more information or to apply, please email LLucio@itrustwomen.org.
The Wichita Family Crisis Center
Posted September 14, 2020
The Wichita Family Crisis Center seeks full-time Development Director. The Wichita Family Crisis Center serves adult and child victims of domestic violence. Director facilitates donor identification, cultivation, solicitation and appreciation programs across several platforms. Undergraduate degree required. Five or more years of relevant experience with demonstrated success in fundraising and donor cultivation may be considered in lieu of a degree. Full job description attached, here. To apply, please submit resume, with a cover letter that identifies the position you are applying for and details your qualifications for the position, to firstname.lastname@example.org or Wichita Family Crisis Center, 1111 N. St. Francis, Wichita, KS 67214. Position open until filled. The Wichita Family Crisis Center is an equal opportunity employer.
Flint Hills Discovery Center Foundation
Posted August 31, 2020
The Foundation seeks an individual to provide contractual services as the Director of the Foundation. Time per week averages 20 hours with a range from 10-40 hours, depending on events and tasks. The Director reports to the Board of Directors. A MOU between the Director and Foundation provides for hourly compensation and annual renewal based on evaluation of services. Work on site at the Discovery Center typically 3 days per week. Letter of application and resumes will be accepted until September 21 or until the position is filled.
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Contact: Bruce Snead
President, FHDC Foundation
Email the Foundation email@example.com