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HEARING EXAMINER, OFFICE OF ZONING AND ADMINISTRATIVE HEARINGS
Montgomery County Government seeks a Hearing Examiner that will be responsible for conducting complex administrative hearings for County agencies and issuing written reports and recommended decisions or decisions based on the record. OZAH conducts hearings on land use applications and contested cases referred by County agencies. For more information or to apply, please click here. Deadline to submit applications is January 21, 2020.
CHIEF DEVELOPMENT OFFICER
At the Montgomery County Coalition for the Homeless (MCCH), the Chief Development Officer will work in collaboration with passionate and talented colleagues dedicated to ending homelessness in Montgomery County. MCCH fosters a supportive and inclusive work environment that celebrates diversity in backgrounds and beliefs that strengthen innovative practices essential to achieving our vision of creating a community where everyone has a safe, stable, and affordable place to call home. For more information or to apply, please click here.
SR. DIRECTOR , STRATEGIC LENDING INITIATIVES
Capital Impact Partners is hiring a Senior Director, Strategic Lending Initiatives. This is an exciting role that will strengthen CIP’s leadership in the CDFI and impact investing fields by identifying and leading strategic lending initiatives. A leadership role within the organization, the Senior Director will have the flexibility to pursue and structure creative partnerships that further CIP’s mission and impact. For more information or to apply, please click here.
SR. DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT
The Asbury Foundation secures charitable support to enhance the lives of persons served by Asbury Communities, a not-for-profit aging services organization completely focused on doing all the good we can for those we serve. This position saerves the Asbury Methodist Village campus in Gaithersburg, MD by developing and implementing a comprehensive development strategy that includes major and planned gifts in partnership with the local development team and adheres to the overall Asbury Foundation development plan and yearly goals. For more information or to apply, please click here.
FINANCE AND OPERATIONS MANAGER
The Finance and Operations Manager is responsible for the strategic management of Wonders Early Learning + Extended Day’s financial resources and business activities. Reporting to the Executive Director and working closely with the Wonders administrative team and Board of Directors, the Finance and Operations Manager will provide leadership and active oversight in all financial and business-related areas, risk management, safety and security, accounting and payroll, human resources, and facilities management.
The FOM is responsible for the development and management of the organization’s operating budget, monthly financial reporting, strategic forecasting, and ensuring compliance with all regulatory agencies.
The FOM will provide thoughtful leadership to ensure both the implementation of best practices in the operational functioning of the organization and the strategic development of a business model that supports the organization’s mission and ensures long-term financial sustainability. For more information, please click here.
Cook Ross Inc. is a Silver Spring, Maryland-based consulting firm specializing in diversity, inclusion, leadership development, and organizational change management. Cook Ross is looking for a Project Manager to join our team. The Project Manager serves as a liaison to the client, manages the day to day activities between the Cook Ross project team and their assigned clients. The Project Manager collaborates with the Sales team and Business development team members in support of generating business with their existing client base. In addition to ensuring a consistently high-quality and timely delivery of contracted agreements, the Project Manager functions as a Cook Ross brand ambassador, responsible for establishing and maintaining relationships both internally and externally. For more info or to apply, please click here.
DIRECTOR OF MARYLAND GOVERNMENT AND COMMUNITY RELATIONS
The Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC) of Greater Washington is the non-profit public affairs and community relations arm of the Jewish community representing over 100 Jewish organizations and synagogues and The Jewish Federation of Greater Washington. The primary responsibility of the JCRC’s Maryland Director of Government and Community Relations is to implement our agency’s advocacy and community relations agendas throughout the state. This includes: 1) formulating the JCRC’s state and local legislative agenda and overseeing advocacy at the state and local levels; 2) strengthening existing and cultivating new relationships with Jewish community leaders, elected officials, coalition partners, and law enforcement officials 3) organizing policy forums, receptions, and other programming efforts in support of the JCRC’s agenda; and, 4) collaborating with and supporting our agency’s Intergroup and Education Programs and Services directors in their Maryland-based efforts. For more information or to apply, please click here.
The Montgomery County Council is the legislative branch of County Government. Montgomery County is located adjacent to Washington, DC and with over one million residents, is the most populous County in the State of Maryland. The County is also the most diverse County in the State and ranks among the top ten most diverse County’s in the nation. Montgomery County contains many major U.S. government offices, scientific research and learning centers, and business campuses. The Office of the County Council is seeking a Deputy Director. The Deputy Director is an executive level position who will be responsible for assisting the Executive Director, supervising Council Staff and performing intensive review and analysis of complex fiscal and policy issues for the County Council. Responsibilities include analyzing major legislative/budget programs and policies, identifying issues, and furnishing policy advice and guidance to the County Council, identifying opportunities to improve Council operations and materials prepared for the Council and supervising Council Staff. Specific analytical assignments for this position vary with the Council’s needs and priorities. The portfolio is expected to include analysis of fiscal programs and policy issues; and legislative and budgetary analysis of selected departments, agencies, funds, and accounts.
The Deputy Director will take a primary role in developing training programs and professional development opportunities for new and existing staff. The Deputy serves as the Director when the Executive Director is not available. This position requires the ability to attend meetings and or perform work at locations outside of the office. For more information or to apply, please click here.
MANAGER, COMMUNICATIONS AND DEVELOPMENT
EveryMind is hiring a Manager, Development and Communications (Foundations/Individual Giving). This position will work closely with the Chief Development Officer to identify opportunities, cultivate relationships and write proposals to secure funding. This position will provide support to maintain accurate fundraising and donor information and support communication efforts that promote and acknowledge donor relationships. For more information, please click here.
STUDENT ENGAGEMENT ASSOCIATE
Future Link is looking for a passionate, positive and motivating person to join our team as a Student Engagement Associate. This person will work directly with our firstgeneration, low income college students to support them to and through education and career success. Looking for a person who thrives in a fast-paced, collaborative and flexible environment. The Student Engagement Associate serves as a key member of the Future Link team and an integral part of recruiting, supporting and engaging our students and an overall contributor to growing the organization. For more information, please click here.
MANAGER, CORPORATE FUND
The Kennedy Center is seeking to fill the vacancy of Manager, Corporate Fund. The Institutional Giving team seeks a passionate and creative fundraiser ready to manage all activities involved in raising funds for (1) the Kennedy Center’s Corporate Fund, an annual giving campaign that serves as the one financial instrument for raising and distributing unrestricted corporate gifts, (2) corporate support for major special events, (3) annual foundation, government, and endowment support, and (4) designated funding for artistic and educational programs as required. The incumbent will manage his/her time, resources, and work load to maximize productivity and financial results, exercises discretion, assesses and engage in complex internal and external relationships, and regularly take initiative to advance campaign goals and objectives. This position will supervise and generate work for two Assistant Managers, and two Assistants. For more information, please click here.
VARIOUS POSITIONS (3)
DIRECTOR, CLINICAL PROGRAMS
The Primary Care Coalition sees a Clinical Programs Director. This position has programmatic, budgetary and personnel management responsibility. This position directs clinical programs of the Primary Care Coalition (PCC), including specialty care, pharmaceutical formularies, and behavioral health services. PCC clinical programs create access to clinical services for un- or underinsured individuals through subcontracted medical providers. For more info or to apply, please click here.
Burness seeks a Senior Associate with 7-10 years of experience in public relations strategic communications. For more information or to apply, please click here.
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR (Part-Time)
The Committee for Montgomery is searching for a part-time contractor to manage the organization. This contract includes responsibility for overseeing the administration, programs and strategic plan of the Committee for Montgomery. Some of the key duties of this role are: government relations, fundraising, administrative, marketing, communication and community outreach. The contract requires attendance at monthly Board meetings and monthly Executive Committee meetings. For more info or to apply, please click here.
ARTS AND HUMANITIES COUNCIL OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY: https://www.creativemoco.com/directories/jobbank/search
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MARYLAND WOMEN’S BUSINESS CENTER: Offering numerous business-related workshops. https://marylandwbc.org/events/
MONTGOMERY COLLEGE: https://www.montgomerycollege.edu/about-mc/careers/index.html
MONTGOMERY COUNTY GOVERNMENT: You can see all County job postings and apply for the job that interests your career goals at http://www.montgomerycountymd.gov/ohr/staffing/careers.html
NONPROFIT MONTGOMERY: Montgomery County’s nonprofit alliance frequently posts job openings from its nonprofit members: https://www.nonprofitmoco.org/category/job-opportunities/
PART-TIME JOBS: http://www.workoptions.com/how-to-find-a-flexible-new-job
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