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Development and Communications Coordinator - One Colorado
One Colorado, the state’s leading advocacy organization for LGBTQ Coloradans and their families, is accepting applications for our Development and Communications Coordinator.
The Development and Communications Coordinator is a new position that will work with the Development Manager as part of the Development Team, and will also provide digital communications support to the organization.
Development Director - Heart & Hand Center for Youth and Their Families
Heart & Hand (H&H) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that empowers all young people to realize their potential. H&H runs after-school and summer programming for 2nd -12th-grade youth that addresses the needs of the whole child.
The Heart & Hand Development Director is responsible for all of our vital revenue streams,
which allow us to achieve our mission and maximize our impact in the community. You plan and
organize fundraising activities, manage the development budget, and assemble team members to
raise the necessary revenue. Below is an outline of primary responsibilities. Heart & Hand is a team-oriented environment where we all take on additional tasks as needed to fulfill our mission.
Volunteer Outreach and Marketing Manager - Groundwork Colorado
Groundwork Denver (GWD) is a 501(c)3 non-profit community-based organization that partners with lower-
income communities to improve the physical environment and promote health and well-being. We have
programs in energy efficiency and climate change, urban waters, air quality, and youth employment.
Reporting to the Executive Director, the Volunteer Outreach and Marketing Manager will spearhead GWD’s
volunteer program, ensuring all volunteers are matched with the appropriate program based on interest and
need, and that volunteers are cultivated as future donors. The organization works with hundreds of volunteers
per year and expects this position will manage the day-to-day efforts of a successful volunteer program.
Project Director - The Colorado Jewish Early Childhood Education Initiative
The long-term vision of the ECE Initiative and Project Board is for the Denver/Boulder community to be the best place to raise a Jewish child; creating places where one can easily access a high quality, comprehensive, network of Jewish ECE programs and experiences for young children and their families. The Mission is to provide professional development opportunities that serve to increase educators’ skills, attitudes, and knowledge of educationally sound practices in ECE, Jewish ECE, and family engagement, as well as increase leadership capacity of directors, educators and leadership teams.
The Colorado Jewish ECE Initiative (COJECEI) Project Director is a 62% FTE position (25 hours/ week) that will provide supervision and leadership of the entire Initiative, with a specific focus in the areas of advocacy, The First 36 Project and operations which include budget and financial resource development. Representing the Jewish Early Childhood Education (ECE) community in Denver-Boulder, the Project Director will work to build coalitions with the broader ECE community, leveraging the strengths of the Initiative to create new opportunities.
As a service to organizations that we have worked with in the past and present, ZIM is delighted to post on our website positions we hear about.