JOB POstings

Job Postings, Volunteer Opportunities, and Services

We are excited to announce that we are offering a job postings section on our webpage where employers can post jobs and job seekers can go to look for them.  You may use the Job Posting service as a place to advertise job openings in your company or organization; or, if you are looking for a job, we invite you to visit this section regularly to search through the list of job postings.

 

Internship Postings:

The Intern Match – Internet website
Not only does this website provide you with in-state and out-of-state internships and entry-level jobs, but it also provides an excellent resume and cover letter samples and tips. Click here to start digging!

 

Job Seekers

Live presentation on Employment Opportunities for Individuals with Disabilities
The U.S. Office of Personnel Management will be hosting two sessions, one in May and the other in June.  This will be a live, instructor-led briefing that provides detailed guidance on how individuals with disabilities can apply and be considered for Federal jobs based on a special hiring authority known as “Schedule A.” Participants will learn eligibility and documentation requirements, specific steps on how to apply, and where you can go for more information. Visit the link to register:  Virtual Session: Employment Opportunities for Individuals with Disabilities

Please contact the employers directly for more information, as NCSHP does not have information about the jobs beyond what is posted.

 

Employers

Job postings will be posted for 30 days unless otherwise noted.

Posting should contain the link to the employer’s website or application for the position.  Headline, description, link and contact information can be sent to NCSHP at mailbox@thencshp.org.  Call (919) 467-8424 with questions.

 

 

 

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:  Business Manager

Location:  Winston-Salem, North Carolina

BACKGROUND

Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation is a statewide, private, family foundation dedicated to improving the quality of life for all North Carolinians.  The Foundation was established in 1936 as a memorial to Z. Smith Reynolds, the youngest son of R.J. Reynolds.  For more than 80 years, the Foundation has been engaged in forward-thinking philanthropy with contributions of $608 million in North Carolina. 

THE LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITY

The Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation seeks a dedicated operational leader with outstanding financial skills, alignment with the Foundation’s mission, core values and commitments.  The successful candidate will possess excellent strategic and tactical expertise and demonstrate the interpersonal and communication skills necessary for ensuring accountability.

RESPONSIBILITIES

The Business Manager is responsible for the effective operational and financial management of the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation.

Financial Management Responsibilities

  • Manage day-to-day finance-related activities.

  • Ensure compliance with applicable rules and regulations.

  • Effectively manage short-term investments, facilitate long-term financial planning, monitor the investment portfolio, maintain relationships with trust managers, and staff the Trustee Investment Oversight Committee.

  • Manage the annual budgeting process and develop business policies and internal controls for the Foundation’s fiscal operations. Prepare the annual operating budget for board approval.

  • Administer the grant payment process.

Operations Management

  • Ensure the efficiency and effectiveness of the business operations, including, but not limited to purchases, benefit plans, contract management, and outside vendor relationships.

  • Oversee the successful implementation of adequate and cost-effective business insurance.

  • Manage the building lease relationships and maintain the office facilities. 

  • Oversee the implementation of information technology systems, bringing recommendations as needed to improve Foundation operations.

  • Prepare and administer all contracts and consulting agreements. 

  • Understand and apply applicable laws, policies, and workplace procedures quickly and succinctly to assure timely, consistent, and accurate compliance.

Human Resources Management

  • Effectively supervise the Foundation’s administrative staff and bookkeeper as well as manage relationships with accountants and auditors; maximize staff efficiency and ensure internal controls.

  • Oversee the Foundation’s employee benefits programs including health, dental, life insurance, retirement plan and flex plan.

  • Staff the Administration, Audit, and Sabbatical Committees.

 

QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS

  • Successful candidates will have a 4-year degree in business or finance or equivalent experience; an advanced degree is preferred. 10+ years of experience in business or finance is required.

  • Shares the Foundation’s core values and commitment to racial equity.

  • Excellent communication skills. Candidate must be able to clearly communicate with Board of Trustees and Foundation staff concerning financial statements, investment portfolio performance, and Foundation operations.

  • Experience with managing technology for a business entity [applications, processes, and technical requirements].

  • Ability to prepare and deliver a comprehensive budget for the Foundation.

  • Experience with financial audits and financial controls that are used to maintain the internal control environment of the Foundation.

  • Knowledge of cyber security requirements and processes needed to maintain integrity and continuity of the Foundation’s data, software, and systems.

  • Strong leadership and team-building skills.

  • Experience with organized training.

  • Basic knowledge of Microsoft 365, particularly Excel. Experience with creating PDFs using Adobe Acrobat.

  • Other skills and attributes needed include multitasking, being a team player, able to align operational strategies with the Foundation’s objectives, able to meet deadlines,  experience with negotiations and preparing contracts, office management as it relates to lease requirements and building services, and comfortable working under pressure, all with a  sense of humor.

The salary range is competitive, based upon the candidate’s level of knowledge, education, skill, and experience. The Foundation provides an exemplary benefits package.

 

PHYSICAL AND MENTAL REQUIREMENTS

  • The ability to accomplish multiple tasks, with competing deadlines, frequently under stress.

  • The ability to work with individuals of various personality types in a manner that leads to consensus and harmony in the organization.

  • Regularly required to utilize telephone and computer, often for extensive periods of time.  Sitting and standing is frequently required.  Lifting up to 10 pounds is required at times.

  • The ability to work flexible work hours, as needed.   The ability to work at the Foundation’s offices on a regular basis is required.

  • Occasionally required to walk, stoop, bend, and kneel.

  • The ability to drive is occasionally required.

  • The Foundation will make reasonable accommodations to allow qualified individuals with disabilities to perform essential job functions and for religious practices and observances.

 

APPLICATION PROCESS

Armstrong McGuire & Associates, based in Raleigh, NC, is conducting this search in partnership with the Foundation’s leadership team. To apply, click on the link to the Business Manager position profile at ArmstrongMcGuire.com/apply. You will see instructions for uploading your cover letter and resume. Please include three professional references and provide all requested information to be considered. In case of any technical problems, contact beth@armstrongmcguire.com

 

The deadline for applications is July 31, 2020 with final selection scheduled for August 2020.

 

Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes applications from people of all races, genders or gender identity, religions, ethnicities, nationalities, sexual preferences or expression, and regardless of age, genetics, disabilities (physical or mental), protected veteran status, or any characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws. These protections extend to all terms and conditions of employment with Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation.

View Job Posting as PDF here! 

Location: Raleigh, North Carolina

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Real Estate Developer Position Profile - Mountain Housing Opportunities

Location:  Asheville, North Carolina

OVERVIEW

Mountain Housing Opportunities (MHO) is a nonprofit housing and community development organization serving principally Asheville, Buncombe County, and other areas of western North Carolina. Our mission is to build and improve homes, neighborhoods, communities, and lives, and to build hope and dignity in the people we serve. We believe that if you work in this community you should be able to live here in a safe, attractive affordable home in a good neighborhood, and when you retire or if you become disabled, this should still be true.

MHO produces over $10 million each year in affordable and workforce housing development, apartment leasing and management, home lending, housing preservation in the form of Emergency Home Repairs for low-income homeowners, and neighborhood revitalization. Since our founding in 1988, MHO has helped over 6,000 households and now serves over 1,600 people each year in our combined programs. See www.mtnhousing.org.

 

MHO is working to build on our positive record of Racial Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (REDI) by incorporating REDI principles and practices in all areas of MHO operations, programs, hiring and human resources, training, promotions, contracting, management, and governance.

THE LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITY 

MHO seeks a Real Estate Developer (RED) who serves as part of MHO’s rental development team and is responsible for both development of new projects and managing capital projects in the MHO portfolio. The RED reports to the Director of Real Estate Development and works with the other Real Estate Developers, Development Interns, Architects, and other key agency staff to advance the following principles of Equitable Development:

• Safe, affordable housing, should meet the needs of residents, including communities of color, and reduce racial disparities, taking into account past history and current conditions.

• New developments are equitably experienced by the people currently living and working in a neighborhood, as well as for new people moving in.

• Increasing the capacity of people of color to strengthen their communities and determine the future of their own neighborhoods

• Meaningful community engagement provides leadership in decision-making to a diversity of voices, including targeted strategies to engage historically marginalized communities.
• Built environments enhance community health through access to public amenities (schools,

parks, open spaces, health care, and other services), access to affordable healthy food, improved air quality, and safe and inviting environments.

 

The RED's responsibilities include:

Feasibility of Potential Projects:
• Identify potential projects based on referrals from community contacts and agency Directors
• Prepare and maintain preliminary development cost estimates in collaboration with other MHO leadership, architect, and/or general contractor
• Develop preliminary operating cost estimates in collaboration with Property Management
• Identify sources for pre-development financing and, as necessary, make an application to those sources.

• Prepare cash flow analysis for both pre-development and development period
• Identify potential permanent funding sources for individual projects
• Identify and analyze potential community and political impacts of projects
• Identify and analyze MHO’s exposure and risk including financial, political and community aspects

Financial and Community Support:

• Negotiate site control for acquisition of land and/or building
• Prepare applications for competitive funding sources including tax credit allocation, grants, and

funding from City, County, State and Federal agencies as appropriate
• Notify community groups and neighbors of intent to develop or purchase project and maintain ongoing communication with neighborhood interests during design and development
• Identify project investor(s) and lender(s), in collaboration with other development and fiscal staff

• Negotiate and close all agreements associated with project pre-development, development, and post-development funding
• Summarize terms of all financial agreements for use by development, property management, and finance departments
• Close out funding sources at the completion of project development

 

New Contronstruction and Acquisition: 
• Identify and contract with development team, property management, financial officers and other resources, such as environmental consultant, architect and other professional consultants, and general contractor
• Manage ongoing team coordination activities including periodic project meetings
• Prepare and submit periodic reports and manage the ongoing relationship with representatives of all funding sources for projects in development
• Coordinate with financial officers to reconcile cost accounting to bank budget and coordinate with the Director Real Estate Development to manage construction and sob costs compared to the development budget
• Prepare reports regarding overall project development budget status for Director of Real Estate Development, financial officers, Executive Director and board
• Coordinate permicng and infrastructure activities to the extent required for project development schedule

Coordination of Development Activities:

• Initiate and maintain communication with other MHO departments during feasibility, funding, project development, and close-out activities
• Participate in the clarification of accounting transitions from pre-development to development, to cost certification, to project operation
• Participate in the transition from construction completion to property management operations

• Negotiate terms of all construction-permanent loans and Investor agreements

 

Team Effectiveness, Community Relationships, and Professional Expertise:

• Participate in development team meetings, strategic planning sessions, identification of functional improvements, and other similar activities
• Maintain participation in the community through local meetings and affinity group activities
• Identify other professional organizations related to housing development activities and
establish appropriate relationships
• Create and maintain an individual professional development plan
• Display a commitment to social, economic, and racial justice
• Carry out other related responsibilities as assigned by the Director of Rental Development

 

ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS & SKILLS
(Any equivalent combination of knowledge, skills, abilities, education, and experience)
• Bachelor’s degree in business administration, architecture, urban planning, or related disciplines and two or more years of experience in non-profit real estate development, affordable housing, real estate finance, or related fields; or two years of successful coursework in these disciplines from an accredited institution and five or more years of successful experience in non-profit real estate development, affordable housing, real estate finance, or related fields
• Two or more years of experience in non-profit real estate development, affordable housing, real estate finance, or related fields
• Valid North Carolina state driver license
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
• Strong problem-solving, organizational, time and project management skills
• Knowledge of housing development, including federal, state, and local programs and regulations regarding the development of affordable housing, principles, and practices of the real estate field, and construction and construction budgeting
• Demonstrated commitment to Racial Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (REDI).
• Ability to work effectively with individuals and community groups from a wide variety of cultures in a professional, respectful, and engaging manner
• Ability to collaborate successfully across the organization
• High energy, positive "can-do" attitude, flexibility, teamwork, and attention to detail; high degree of initiative.
• Proficient and experienced with Microsoft Office applications particularly Word, Excel, and Outlook.

It is the policy of MHO to provide equal opportunities without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual preference, age, or disability. People of color and people of all national origins, genders, gender identities, sexual preferences, ages, disabilities, and other diverse groups are encouraged to apply. 

 

SALARY 

Commensurate with experience. This is a full-time position with a strong benefits package.

APPLICATION PROCESS

Armstrong McGuire & Associates, based in Raleigh, NC is conducting this search. To apply, click on the link to the MHO position profile at www.ArmstrongMcGuire.com/apply. You will see instructions for uploading your cover letter, resume, and professional references. In case of any technical problems, contact april@armstrongmcguire.com. Review of candidates will begin immediately and continue until the position has been filled. No phone calls, please.

View Job Posting as PDF here!

 

 

 

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: INTERFAITH PRISON MINISTRY FOR WOMEN

Location:  Raleigh, North Carolina

Organization Type: Nonprofit

OVERVIEW
Interfaith Prison Ministry for Women (IPMW) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with a mission to equip women with the tools and support they need to heal, grow and thrive while in prison and in the communities to which they return. The organization also educates and trains the interested public to welcome women back into the community after a period of incarceration.  Since hiring the first female Chaplain in the North Carolina prison system in 1980, IPMW has grown to serve more than 500 women each year through chaplaincy programs and services, transition education, reentry support, and community engagement.

IPMW is a unique organization operating at the nexus of prison chaplaincy, women’s issues, and social justice, and operates with a set of core values that include empowerment, intentionality, caring, dignity, inclusiveness, and compassion. The organization is funded through individual donations, foundation grants, faith-based giving, and service-based contract income. The organization will be rebranding and expanding its programming this year and has a projected operating budget of $600,000, which is expected to grow in 2021. To learn more, please visit IPMW’s website at www.ipmforwomen.org.

LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITY
IPMW celebrates its 40th anniversary in 2020, and after a rigorous organizational assessment as part of a broader strategic planning process, the organization is poised for growth with significant new programmatic opportunities ahead. The Development Director will be a vital part of the team and will enhance the capacity of IPMW to sustain the range of exciting work upon which we are embarking.

 

The successful candidate is highly organized and able to balance taking initiative while working autonomously and independently. This individual will be a strategic business partner with the Executive Director and work collaboratively with our actively engaged Board and staff. The successful candidate can operate in a fast-paced environment – sometimes under pressure –while remaining good-natured, resourceful, and efficient. A high level of maturity, integrity, professionalism, discretion, sound judgment, tact, confidentiality, and self-care is crucial.

 

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES
The Director of Development will create and execute a philanthropic vision that will sustain and expand IPMWs mission and reach. The ideal candidate has led a successful and verifiable resource development program and has a record of securing individual, foundation, faith-based, and business gifts. The Development Director's responsibilities will include:
• Developing, managing, and implementing the fundraising strategy of the organization, with emphasis on expanding the donor base.
• Sustaining a philanthropic spirit and unified sense of purpose among all staff, Board members, other volunteers, donors, and partners.

• Managing annual, major donor, capital, and other campaign giving.
• Devising, recommending, and implementing donor cultivation and solicitation strategies including solicitation appeals.
• Creating and presenting proposals for consideration, according to the donor’s or foundation’s interest and financial circumstances.
• Working closely with the Executive Director, Volunteer Fundraising Committee, Board of Directors and Communications Manager to build relationships with donors and other charitable sources.
• Ensuring the successful implementation of industry best practices in tireless pursuit of continued excellence in all facets of resource development operations.
• Developing and managing the fundraising and marketing budgets.
• Other responsibilities as assigned.

SKILLS, QUALIFICATIONS, AND ATTRIBUTES
The Development Director must demonstrate a passion for and willingness to support IPMW’s mission, vision, values, and work. The ideal candidate will possess sufficient experience and training to execute the responsibilities of the position and demonstrate the following:
• Inclusive, empathetic worldview and demonstrated skill working across lines of difference.
• Bachelor’s degree preferred.
• 3-5 years’ experience in management and development of fundraising program, including donor cultivation, solicitation and appreciation strategies, grant writing, and special events.
• Experience in successfully soliciting donations from individuals, foundations, and faith-based organizations.
• Proven track record of achieving revenue targets and/or performance metrics.
• Excellent interpersonal, organizational, communication (both verbal and written), analytical, and negotiating skills to interact with a broad range of individuals in a professional and pleasant manner.
• Self-motivated, results-oriented, and able to set priorities and work on numerous projects simultaneously coupled with the ability to work well in a collaborative environment.
• A personal commitment to excellence and strong organization skills, accuracy, and ability to successfully manage multiple and sometimes competing projects, tasks, and deadlines.
• Experience with supporting senior staff, Board and/or supervising staff, interns and/or volunteers.
• Understanding and appreciation of equity issues, and desire and humility to grow and learn with the team.
• Willingness to extend kindness, compassion, and accountability to oneself and others.
• Proficient with computer skills and knowledge of database programs.
• Willingness to operate in compliance with organizational policies and procedures and external (donor/legal/IRS) requirements.
• Sense of humor and ability to have fun a plus.

PRIMARY RELATIONSHIPS
This position will work closely with the Executive Director and will interact regularly with other staff and volunteers.  Will have substantial contact with key stakeholders, including members of the Board of Directors and its committees, clients, community members, other volunteers, donors, funders, and partners.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS
This position requires ordinary ambulatory skills sufficient to visit other locations, as well as the ability to stand, walk, stoop, kneel, crouch, and occasionally manipulate (lift, carry, move) light to medium weights of 10-30 pounds. Requires good hand-eye coordination, arm, hand, and finger dexterity, including the ability to grasp, and visual acuity to use a keyboard, operate equipment, read information and perform basic math (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, standard measurements). Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.


SALARY RANGE

Commensurate with experience. This is a full-time position with a generous benefits package.

APPLICATION PROCESS

Armstrong McGuire & Associates, based in Raleigh, NC is conducting this search. To apply, click on the link to the position profile at www.ArmstrongMcGuire.com/apply. You will see instructions for uploading your cover letter, resume and professional references. In case of any technical problems, contact april@armstrongmcguire.com. Review of candidates will begin immediately and continue until the position has been filled. No phone calls, please.


Interfaith Prison Ministry for Women is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, religion, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, age, a record of arrest or conviction, or any other characteristic protected by law. Formerly incarcerated individuals encouraged to apply.

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Engineering Lead, AR Platform Development

Req #/ link for more information: 74712

Work Location (for posting): USA-NC-Raleigh

Business Site (office location): US - Morrisville (Davis Dr)

Business Unit: PCSD - IDG

Hybrid Sales Account Representative

Req #/ link for more information: 76677

Work Location (for posting): USA-NC-Raleigh

Business Site (office location): US - Morrisville 

Business Unit: NA Geo - PCSD - IDG

Engineering Manager, AR Platform Development

Req #/ link for more information: 76960

Work Location (for posting): USA-NC-Raleigh

Business Site (office location): US - Morrisville (Davis Dr)

Business Unit: PCSD - IDG

Director, Standard Essential Patents

Req #/ link for more information: 77139

Work Location (for posting): USA-IL-Chicago

Business Site (office location): IL312 - MERCHANDISE MART

Business Unit: WW Legal

HPC Account Executive

Req #/ link for more information: 78303

Work Location (for posting): USA-MA-Boston

Business Site (office location): US - Morrisville 

Business Unit: Data Center Group

AI Technical Account Executive

Req #/ link for more information: 78309

Work Location (for posting): USA-NY-New York

Business Site (office location): US - Morrisville

Business Unit: Data Center Group

Technical Support Engineer - Hyperscale

Req #/ link for more information: 78787

Work Location (for posting): USA-CA-Santa Clara

Business Site (office location): US - Santa Clara 

Business Unit: Data Center Group

Senior Text Analytics Professional

Req #/ link for more information: 78837

Work Location (for posting): USA-NC-Raleigh

Business Site (office location): US - Morrisville 

Business Unit: PCSD - IDG

WW Smart Edge Product Segment Leader

Req #/ link for more information: 80027

Work Location (for posting): USA-NC-Raleigh

Business Site (office location): US - Morrisville 

Business Unit: PCSD - IDG

Inside Sales Manager- Data Center Group

Req #/ link for more information: 80137

Work Location (for posting): USA-NC-Raleigh

Business Site (office location): US - Morrisville 

Business Unit: Data Center Group

Account Executive, Data Center Solutions Sales - Western Canada

Req #/ link for more information: 80139

Work Location (for posting): CAN-Vancouver

Business Site (office location): US - Mobile

Business Unit: Data Center Group

DCG Channel Inside Sales Representative

Req #/ link for more information: 80141

Work Location (for posting): USA-NC-Raleigh

Business Site (office location): US - Morrisville 

Business Unit: Data Center Group

Cluster/Rack Architect

Req #/ link for more information: 80208

Work Location (for posting): USA-NC-Raleigh

Business Site (office location): US - Morrisville 

Business Unit: Data Center Group

Sr System Engineer

Req #/ link for more information: 80211

Work Location (for posting): USA-NC-Raleigh

Business Site (office location): US - Morrisville 

Business Unit: Data Center Group

Sr. Storage Engineer

Req #/ link for more information: 80244

Work Location (for posting): USA-NC-Raleigh

Business Site (office location): US - Morrisville 

Business Unit: Data Center Group

R&D Healthcare Account Executive - Southeast

Req #/ link for more information: 80365

Work Location (for posting): USA-GA-Atlanta

Business Site (office location): US - Mobile

Business Unit: NA Geo - PCSD - IDG

Voice of the Customer Lead

Req #/ link for more information: 80616

Work Location (for posting): USA-NC-Raleigh

Business Site (office location): US - Morrisville 

Business Unit: PCSD - IDG

Test engineer--JBOF

Req #/ link for more information: 80701
Work Location (for posting): USA-NC-Raleigh
Business Site (office location): US - Morrisville
Business Unit: Data Center Group

Customer Experience B2B Survey Analyst

Req #/ link for more information: 80725 
Work Location (for posting): USA-NC-Raleigh
Business Site (office location): US - Morrisville
Business Unit: PCSD - IDG

Hyperscale Senior Test Engineer

Req #/ link for more information: 80786
Work Location (for posting): USA-NC-Raleigh
Business Site (office location): US - Morrisville
Business Unit: Data Center Group

Hyperscale Advanced Test Engineer

Req #/ link for more information: 80787
Work Location (for posting): USA-NC-Raleigh
Business Site (office location): US - Morrisville
Business Unit: Data Center Group

Learning Business Partner

Req #/ link for more information: 80852
Work Location (for posting): USA-NC-Raleigh
Business Site (office location): US - Morrisville: 
Business Unit: NA Geo - PCSD - IDG

Technical Specialist

Req #/ link for more information: 80993
Work Location (for posting): USA-NC-Raleigh
Business Site (office location): US - Morrisville
Business Unit: WW Services - IDG

Technical Account Manager, Global Accounts (East Coast)

Req #/ link for more information: 81073
Work Location (for posting): USA-NC-Raleigh
Business Site (office location): US - Mobile
Business Unit: NA Geo - PCSD - IDG

Healthcare Acquisition Account Manager- Chicago

Req #/ link for more information: 81150
Work Location (for posting): USA-IL-Chicago
Business Site (office location): US - Mobile
Business Unit: NA Geo - PCSD - IDG

OEM Global Account Manager (Bay Area)

Req #/ link for more information: 81233
Work Location (for posting): USA-CA-San Francisco
Business Site (office location): US - Mobile
Business Unit: PCSD Commercial Segment - IDG

Services Solution Specialist - Solution Architect

Req #/ link for more information: 81278
Work Location (for posting): CAN-Markham
Business Site (office location): CA - Markham
Business Unit: WW Services - IDG

Director, Engagement

Req #/ link for more information: 81401
Work Location (for posting): USA-NC-Raleigh
Business Site (office location): US - Morrisville
Business Unit: BT/IT

Director, MBG ROW Service Operations

Req #/ link for more information: 81485
Work Location (for posting): USA-IL-Chicago
Business Site (office location): IL312 - MERCHANDISE MART
Business Unit: WW Services - IDG

Sr. System Engineer

Req #/ link for more information: 81510
Work Location (for posting): USA-NC-Raleigh
Business Site (office location): US - Morrisville
Business Unit: Data Center Group

IoT Account Executive (Great Lakes Territory)

Req #/ link for more information: 81538
Work Location (for posting): USA-OH-Cincinnati
Business Site (office location): US - Mobile
Business Unit: NA Geo - PCSD - IDG

Corporate Hybrid Sales Manager

Req #/ link for more information: 81592
Work Location (for posting): USA-NC-Raleigh 
Business Site (office location): US - Morrisville
Business Unit: NA Geo - PCSD - IDG

Digital Transformation Consultant - Device as a Service (DaaS)

Req #/ link for more information: 81719
Work Location (for posting): USA-NC-Raleigh
Business Site (office location): US - Morrisville
Business Unit: WW Services - IDG

Solution Sales, Enterprise & Globals - Atlanta

Req #/ link for more information: 81861
Work Location (for posting): USA-GA-Atlanta
Business Site (office location): US - Mobile
Business Unit: Data Center Group

Account Executive Public Sector - Higher Education, South

Req #/ link for more information: 81926
Work Location (for posting): USA-AL-Montgomery
Business Site (office location): US - Mobile
Business Unit: NA Geo - PCSD - IDG

Inside Sales Director, Global

Req #/ link for more information: 81943
Work Location (for posting): USA-NC-Raleigh 
Business Site (office location): US - Morrisville (Davis Dr)
Business Unit: NA Geo - PCSD - IDG

Data and Program Operations Director

Req #/ link for more information: 81962
Work Location (for posting): USA-NC-Raleigh
Business Site (office location): US - Morrisville
Business Unit: BT/IT

DCG - Inside Sales Representative

Req #/ link for more information: 81964
Work Location (for posting): USA-NC-Raleigh
Business Site (office location): US - Morrisville
Business Unit: Data Center Group

Director, Legal, Corporate and Financial Services

Req #/ link for more information: 82075
Work Location (for posting): USA-NC-Raleigh
Business Site (office location): US - Morrisville
Business Unit: WW Legal

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Director of Hispanic/Latinx Policy and Strategy

Location:  Wake County 

Organization Type: Dept of Health and Human Services

 

Apply Here:  https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/northcarolina/jobs/2848546/director-of-hispanic-latinx-policy-and-strategy?keywords=latinx&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs

Description of Work

The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) is one of the largest, most complex agencies in the state, with approximately 18,000 employees. It is responsible for ensuring the health, safety and well-being of all North Carolinians, providing human service needs and helping North Carolinians achieve economic independence. 

The Office of the Secretary consists of the executive team that provides leadership to divisions, programs and offices administered by DHHS and establishes the overarching strategic plan, goals and objectives for the department.  The Policy Office provides leadership in consulting, advising, reviewing and approving external and internal policies, directives, and procedures for DHHS.

Salary Grade GN15; Salary Range $56,046.00 - $100,814.00
*This is an Exempt Policy Making position*

Position Summary
DHHS is seeking an experienced candidate that will serve as a key member of the leadership team. The Director of Hispanic/Latinx Policy and Strategy will provide leadership and strategic direction for the design and implementation of strategies to ensure that the Department’s priority initiatives, particularly those related to the COVID-19 pandemic, are created in partnership with the Hispanic/Latinx community. The ideal candidate will have a strong background in engaging and partnering with Hispanic/Latinx communities to maximize program effectiveness.

Job Specific Responsibilities

  • Build trusted advisor relationships with DHHS leaders to elevate and embed strategies across work streams that meet the needs of Hispanic/Latinx people in North Carolina.

  • Proactively identify, define, and champion new opportunities for engaging and partnering with Hispanic/Latinx communities to build comprehensive, cross-system strategies to improve the health, safety and well-being of Hispanic/Latinx people.

  • Develop key performance indicators to track the effectiveness of DHHS’s Hispanic/Latinx strategy and the impact of our priority initiatives on Hispanic/Latinx populations.

  • Lead the ongoing development of a stakeholder engagement plan to drive DHHS’s work with Hispanic/Latinx stakeholder groups.

  • Work closely to develop, implement, and measure the success of a variety of engagement strategies including:  virtual events, meetings between community members and policymakers, briefings, conferences, webinars, email campaigns, and social media chats.

  • Ensure that communications materials are made available to Hispanic/Latinx stakeholders in a linguistically and culturally competent manner.

  • Work across multiple divisions and teams to ensure that DHHS policies and initiatives, consider and incorporate the unique needs of Hispanic/Latinx populations into their design, implementation, and rollout.

 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities / Competencies

To receive credit for all of your work history and credentials, you must list the information on the application form.  Any information listed under the text resume section or on an attachment will not be considered for qualifying credit.  Qualified applicants must document on the application that they possess all of the following:

  • Familiarity and existing relationships with NC’s key Hispanic/Latinx stakeholder groups and leaders.

  • Strong emotional intelligence, interpersonal skills, and cultural competence required to build and maintain authentic, trust-based relationships with external Hispanic/Latinx stakeholders.

  • Ability to develop, execute, and adapt data-driven initiatives in a fast-paced and fluid environment.

  • Ability to collaborate across a wide variety of teams and initiatives in a cross-cutting function to ensure that all key DHHS initiatives are informed by a clear vision and strategy to optimize buy-in and effectiveness within the Hispanic/Latinx community

  • Familiarity with government business processes (e.g., procurement, finance) to operationalize strategies.

  • Demonstrated ability to translate ideation and problem identification into action and outcomes through creating processes and systems.

  • Fluency and excellent written and verbal communication skills in both English and Spanish.

 

Minimum Education and Experience Requirements

Bachelor’s degree from an appropriately accredited institution and three (3) years of program experience related to the area of assignment, including one year of supervisory program experience; or an equivalent combination of training and experience.

Supplemental and Contact Information


The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Due to the volume of applications received, we are unable to provide information regarding the status of your application over the phone.  To check the status of your application, please log in to your account.  You will either receive a call to schedule an interview or an email notifying you when the job has been filled.
 
For technical issues with your applications, please call the NEOGOV Help Line at 855-524-5627. Applicants will be communicated with, via email only, for updates on the status of their application. If there are any questions about this posting other than your application status, please contact HR at 919-855-4909.

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Bilingual (English/Spanish) Homeownership Counselor

Location:  Raleigh, North Carolina

ABOUT DHIC:

Established in 1974, DHIC, Inc. is dedicated to strengthening neighborhoods and families in the Research Triangle area of North Carolina. DHIC develops high-quality and attractive rental apartments and homeownership opportunities for families, seniors, and other individuals with modest or very limited incomes. DHIC’s Homeownership Center offers comprehensive homebuyer education, counseling, and access to down-payment assistance programs for first-time homebuyers and those who want to better manage their resources and stay in the home they have.

 

DHIC is the Research Triangle area's leader in affordable housing development, maintaining an emphasis on innovation, quality, attractive design, and green features at our properties. DHIC has constructed, acquired, and/or rehabilitated 2,200 affordable rental units in 37 different locations in eight counties in North Carolina, and has built more than 350 new homes for first-time homebuyers in Wake County. DHIC has received numerous design, community service, and management awards and is consistently rated as an “Exemplary” member of the NeighborWorks® America national network of non-profit community developers. DHIC is also a member of the Housing Partnership Network. 

DHIC is governed by a 15-person Board of Directors, with an 18.5 FTE-member staff and an operating budget of $3.1 million. The work of DHIC is funded through earned income and public and private support.


To learn more, visit DHIC’s website at www.dhic.org

THE OPPORTUNITY & NATURE OF WORK:

The Homeownership Counselor (HOC) provides the full range of services that DHIC offers in its Homeownership Center to families seeking to purchase their first home. This work involves conducting homebuyer education and counseling services. The Homeownership Counselor may also conduct lending functions such as processing, underwriting and packaging. Work will also involve administering the scheduling, customer tracking, filing, and reporting and follow-up systems. 

The Homeownership Counselor is expected to maintain regular hours at the DHIC Homeownership Center at 450 E. Davie Street, Raleigh NC. This position also requires work on some Saturdays to conduct educational workshops. Periodically, the Homeownership Counselor is expected to meet outside the office and coordinate events at other locations. The HOC is expected to meet the physical demands to perform the essential functions of this job. 

The Homeownership Counselor will join a team of competent, committed, and high-producing professionals. The Homeownership Counselor reports directly to the Homeownership Center Director. 

The successful candidate will be a self-starting professional who is excited by DHIC’s mission. Key responsibilities of the Homeownership Counselor include (but at any given time may not be limited to): 

• Help facilitate group homebuyer education workshops (up to 15 Saturdays per year). 

• Provide initial intake and follow-up individual counseling sessions including budget and credit counseling for families working to obtain homeownership. 

• Provide counseling and support for customers throughout the financing process, loan closing, and post-occupancy. 

• Assist as needed with scheduling, customer tracking, filing, reporting, and other follow-up items. 

• Assist in community outreach efforts. Identify opportunities geared towards the Latino population. 

• Participate in weekend and/or evening outreach events. 

• Maintain DHIC relationships with lenders, realtors, city and county officials, and other DHIC partners. 

• Periodically attend closings or other meetings with clients outside the office. 

• Assist in other counseling or administrative duties as needed.

SKILLS, QUALIFICATIONS, AND ATTRIBUTES OF THE HOMEOWNERSHIP COUNSELOR:

The Homeownership Counselor must demonstrate a firm commitment to and passion for DHIC’s mission and vision. In addition, the individual should possess the following attributes, skills, and qualifications: 

• Bilingual capability required. Must be fluent in writing and speaking Spanish. 

• Housing counseling experience or three or more years of experience in mortgage loan origination, processing, and underwriting of both conventional and government loan programs. Related experience will be considered. 

• Degree from a four-year college or an equivalent combination of education and work experience. 

• Ability to work closely with lenders, city officials, other non-profit housing providers, and a wide range of social and human service providers. 

• Ability, demeanor, and passion to work with citizens of widely divergent backgrounds in attaining the common objective of homeownership. 

• Excellent interpersonal communication and public presentation skills. 

• Excellent writing and verbal skills. 

• Proficiency in Microsoft Office products. 

• Valid North Carolina Driver’s License. 

• Must be able to attain HUD Housing Counselor Certification once employed.

APPLICATION PROCESS:

Armstrong McGuire & Associates, based in Raleigh, NC, is conducting this search in partnership with DHIC’s senior leadership team. To apply, click on the DHIC Homeownership Counselor link at ArmstrongMcGuire.com/apply. You will see instructions for uploading a cover letter, resume, salary requirements, and professional references. Please provide all requested information to be considered; failure to do so will remove you from the process. In case of any technical problems, contact staci@armstrongmcguire.com. No phone calls, please, and no applications will be accepted by email or directly from third-party posting sites. 

Salary is commensurate with the requirements of the position. Benefits include medical, dental, vision, life, and long-term disability insurance; flexible spending plan/health savings account/health reimbursement account; 403(b) retirement plan; accrued vacation and sick time; 11 paid holidays; sabbatical leave (after 5 years full-time employment); and training and continuing education. 

DHIC actively seeks a diverse pool of candidates. DHIC is committed to a policy of equal employment opportunity without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, disability, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, or age.

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POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Executive Director

Location:  High Point, North Carolina

BACKGROUND:

Founded in 2013, The Foundation for a Healthy High Point, was created as a result of a merger between High Point Regional Hospital and the UNC Health System. The UNC Health System has since sold the hospital to Wake Forest Baptist Health.  As part of the considerations of the merger, this independent foundation was formed as a grantmaking entity initially funded for $50 million with an additional $5 million pledged by Wake Forest Baptist Hospital.

THE MISSION:

The Foundation for a Healthy High Point exists to encourage, support, influence, and invest in efforts that improve health and wellness throughout Greater High Point. The tagline, “Leadership for change,” exemplifies our intent to be a leader in collaboration, and support initiatives that improve the long-term health of our community. We accomplish this by examining health issues and identifying evidence-based practices to improve health and wellness in Greater High Point.

THE LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITY:

The Foundation seeks a visionary, strategic leader with proven philanthropic experience; a passion for the mission of improving the health and well-being of the residents of Greater High Point; a recognized relationship builder who can work with a committed Board of Directors to create philanthropic strategies and initiatives; a professional to direct grant making and grant management and support collaboration and technical assistance for grantees. 

The successful candidate possesses exceptional interpersonal skills; the capacity to work with people of wide-ranging backgrounds; is a successful communicator who assesses and responds to the needs of the community, the Board and staff;  maintains Foundation focus on strategic objectives and priorities while balancing tactical responsibilities; and represents the Foundation with multiple constituencies.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:

The Executive Director reports to the Board Of Directors and has primary responsibilities for the following areas:

  • Leadership, direction, and management of the Foundation for A Healthy High Point’s grantmaking, operations and administration. 

  • Strategic implementation of the Foundation’s mission, bringing clarity, vision, values, and exceptional stewardship for these community resources.

  • Development, implementation, and assessment of the Foundation’s philanthropic giving strategies and program evaluation in collaboration with the board to achieve targeted, result-oriented outcomes.

  • Identification of trends and emerging philanthropic and community issues, to develop recommendations, and set priorities that inform the Board. 

  • Supports the Board of Directors in maintaining a strong model of governance, preparing board materials, establish clear policies, practices, and procedures, and engage the board on issues related to fiduciary responsibilities, financial  transactions and budgets.

  • Develops and maintains strong, positive working relationships and networks with grantees, community leaders and  philanthropic organizations.

  • Serves as the chief spokesperson and voice for the Foundation effectively communicating on the progress, programs, outcomes, and impact of the grantees. 

HIRING REQUIREMENTS AND ATTRIBUTES:

  • An undergraduate degree in a related field required; advanced degree preferred.

  • Significant senior-level or executive experience in philanthropy, foundations, or nonprofits, with at least 10 years of professional leadership experience.

  • Demonstrated and effective nonpartisan relationship builder with various constituencies including the Board, the staff, healthcare professionals, and other foundations to support the goals and direction of the Foundation.

  • A track record of management, operations, fiscal administration; a working knowledge of budgets, finances, strategic planning, and an understanding of health care.

  • Demonstrated ability to assess community-wide needs and opportunities and to identify key drivers to achieve desired goals with measurable impact.

  • Ability to think broadly, critically, strategically, and conceptually with an understanding of how to affect systems change.

  • A professional with high ethical standards of conduct, integrity, and fiduciary duty.

  • Exceptional listening skills, a good sense of humor with humility and a respect for the privilege of service to the community. 

  • Residence in High Point, N.C. preferred.

COMPENSATION:

$150,000 range, commensurate with experience. Excellent benefits included.

 

APPLICATION PROCESS:

Armstrong McGuire & Associates, based in Raleigh, NC is conducting this search. To apply, click on the link to The Foundation for A Healthy High Point position profile at www.ArmstrongMcGuire.com/apply.   You will see instructions for uploading your cover letter, resume, and professional references. Finalists will be asked to provide a writing sample.  In case of any technical problems, contact beth@armstrongmcguire.com. Review of candidates will begin immediately and continue through the application deadline of October 15, 2020. 

 

The Foundation for A Healthy High Point is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 

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POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Vice President of Finance and Administration

Location:  Raleigh, North Carolina

BACKGROUND:

Since 1987, the NC Rural Center has worked to improve the quality of life for the state’s rural people and places. We operate with the core belief that our rural communities have inherent cultural value and are vital to the overall economic health of our state.

We recognize that the changing landscape of rural North Carolina brings with it significant challenges, but we also believe in the resiliency of our state’s rural people and their dedicated stewardship of the communi3es they call home.

THE MISSION:

The mission of the NC Rural Center is to develop, promote, and implement sound economic strategies to improve the quality of life of rural North Carolinians. They serve the state’s 80 rural counties, with a special focus on individuals with low-to-moderate incomes and communities with limited resources.

THE LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITY:

The NC Rural Center seeks a dedicated operational leader with a passion for the NC Rural Center’s mission, core values, and programs; outstanding financial and administrative management skills; strategic and tactical expertise to enhance the organization’s infrastructure through thoughtful planning and sustainable business practices.

The successful candidate will demonstrate strong interpersonal and communication skills working closely with the Center’s president, management team, board of directors, and internal and external constituencies, to ensure accountability for a healthy operating environment.  

While providing strategic and daily leadership in areas of finance, operations, information technology, and human resources, the vice president for finance and administration will interface and build trusting relationships with external entities such as auditors, vendors, and other key stakeholders. S/he will manage a complex balance sheet with a dynamic future, numerous revenue streams, and a $7 million annual budget and total assets of approximately $99 million. 

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:

The vice president will report directly to the president and has primary responsibilities for the following areas:

  • Lead, direct, and manage all fiscal and administrative division staff in the performance of day-to-day accounting and administrative functions to maximize staff efficiency and ensure internal controls.

  • Serve as assistant treasurer of the NC Rural Center’s Board and management liaison with the finance committee.

  • Participate as an active member of the Center’s internal management team.

  • Develop, coordinate, and administer the annual budgeting process, business policies, and internal controls for fiscal operations and prepares the annual operating budget for approval.

  • Monitor budget performance and prepares and analyses quarterly budget variance reports for distribution to management; manages revenue and expense projections. 

  • Effectively manage short-term investments, facilitates long-term financial planning, and monitors liquidity and the investment portfolio.

  • Work collaboratively with credit management to actively manage the provision for loan losses to ensure they are consistently reasonable and meet all accounting, legal, and other requirements.

  • Maintain fiscal policies and procedures manuals, including preparation of periodic updates.

  • Ensure the efficiency and effectiveness of the business operations, including, but not limited to, purchases, benefit plans, contract management, accountants and auditors, and outside vendor relationships. 

  • Expand and oversee human resource functions for a growing organization; maintain administrative and personnel policies and procedures manual, including preparation of periodic updates, and oversees the Center’s employee benefits programs.

  • Oversee content and quality review of all internal and external financial and compliance reporting.

  • Manage all grant contract administration functions.

  • Understand and apply applicable laws, policies, and workplace procedures quickly and succinctly to assure timely, consistent, and accurate compliance.

  • Oversee the implementation of information technology systems, bringing recommendations as needed to improve operations.

  • Oversee operations and maintenance of the Center’s office and conference and training facility.

HIRING REQUIREMENTS AND ATTRIBUTES:

  • An undergraduate degree in a related field required, advanced degree preferred.

  • At least ten years of professional senior-level or executive financial and operations experience with philanthropic, nonprofit, banking, or financial institutions. Ideally in a growing organization.

  • Demonstrated and effective nonpartisan relationship builder with internal and external constituencies in support of the goals and direction of an organization. 

  • A track record of management, operations, and fiscal administration, including expertise in budgets, finances, strategic planning, and audits 

  • A consummate professional with high ethical standards of conduct, integrity, and fiduciary responsibility.

  • Exceptional listening skills, a good sense of humor with humility, and a respect for the privilege of service to the community. 

COMPENSATION:

Competitive base pay and bonus structure commensurate with experience. Excellent benefits included.

 

APPLICATION PROCESS:

Armstrong McGuire & Associates, based in Raleigh, NC, is conducting this search. To apply, click on the link to NC Rural Center position profile at www.ArmstrongMcGuire.com/apply. You will see instructions for uploading your cover letter, resume, and professional references. In case of any technical problems, contact beth@armstrongmcguire.com. Review of candidates will begin immediately and continue through the application deadline of December 18, 2020. 

The NC Rural Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer, Provider, Lender. 

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