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: Chief Executive Officer

Location:  Raleigh, North Carolina

BACKGROUND

SERP was created for the purpose of providing strategic investment and support to residents and partners in

our community. Recognizing that our community could not be successful without strategic, equitable,

partnership-oriented investment in all the neighborhoods of Raleigh, a group of community leaders came

together to explore place-based and collective impact models, including the Purpose Built Communities (PBM)

model. In late 2015, partnering with a few initial foundations, non-profits, and community leaders, Southeast

Raleigh Promise was formed to refine the vision and lead the work necessary to move the vision to reality.

APPLY HERE: Armstrong McGuire

THE LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITY

Southeast Raleigh Promise seeks a visionary, strategic leader with successful and demonstrated experience in operational, financial, and programmatic management, resource development and strategic planning in a multifaceted organization.

The CEO reports directly to the Board of Directors and manages critically important partnership relationships with community organizations, The YMCA of the Triangle, Wake County Public Schools, DHIC, and key philanthropic funders.  SERP builds relationships across all sectors of our local community to develop and implement high-quality, research-based, innovative strategies that enhance the quality of life for people, specifically children and their adult caregivers, in Southeast Raleigh.

The CEO is responsible for the overall management and operations of SERP, guiding future growth with strategy, vision, and operational structure. She/He will drive staff and budgetary resources to implement programs and policies. The CEO is the primary spokesperson, advocate, and face of the organization in the community.

 

Key Responsibilities

Board engagement to set the direction for SERP. Meeting regularly with the Board of Directors to provide timely and transparent updates on progress and accomplishments and seeking professional guidance  from the board regarding relevant issues to advance strategic direction and priorities.

Building organizational capacity to deliver outcomes.  Developing strategic plans; building out the administrative, financial, and operational management functions; apply sound and proven business practices, policies and internal controls.

Leading and fostering a strong staff team.  Creates a staff culture built on candor, performance measurement, innovation and fun.  Will recruit, train and lead staff appropriately and strengthen internal systems and communication.

Growing strong partner relationships. Engaging community partnerships, building relationships with organizations whose work is complementary to create a shared agenda and expand impact.   

Serving as primary spokesperson and champion.  Excellent written and oral communication skills, comfortable with public speaking, media engagement, local outreach, and confidence with all forms of communications.

Leading resource development and fundraising. Demonstrated success in setting financial objectives and expanding resource development to meet fundraising goals with diversified funding streams and significant investments in SERP’s future.

Working with Policymakers. Working with members of the Wake County Commissioners, Raleigh City Council and other policymakers, as necessary, to champion initiatives that break the cycle of intergenerational poverty for residents living in Southeast Raleigh, NC.

Developing research and data to support policy and program changes. Coordinating with research-based organizations as well as strategic partners to obtain data and research to support policy and program changes that will improve Education, Housing, Health & Wellness, Economic Opportunity, & Leadership Development.

Application Process

Armstrong McGuire & Associates, based in Raleigh, NC, is conducting this search in partnership with SERP’s Board of Directors. To apply, click on the link to the CEO position profile at ArmstrongMcGuire.com/apply. You will see instructions for uploading your cover letter, resume, salary requirements, and professional references.  Please provide all requested information to be considered. The deadline for applications is 5:00 PM,  May 15, 2021.

In case of any technical problems, contact beth@armstrongmcguire.com. No phone calls, please, and no applications will be accepted by email or through third-party sites.

SERP is committed to an equitable and inclusive Raleigh and encourages people who share that commitment to apply. We are an equal opportunity employer and welcome applications from people of all races, genders, religions, ethnicities, nationalities, and sexual orientation.

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POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:  Executive Director

Location:  Raleigh, North Carolina

BACKGROUND

The North Carolina Coalition to End Homelessness (NCCEH) was incorporated in early 2000 in response

to the ever-increasing number of homeless people, especially homeless families, in the state of North Carolina.

NCCEH is a statewide membership association of activists and organizations committed to better meeting the

needs of homeless citizens through targeted advocacy and increased public awareness.

APPLY HERE: Armstrong McGuire

THE LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITY

The Executive Director is responsible for the overall leadership of the organization, guiding the Coalition’s operations and growth with strategic leadership, vision, and operational structure, including commitment of staffing and budgetary resources to implement programs and policies. The successful candidate is NCCEH’s chief advocate, spokesperson, and representative. The Executive Director will develop strong relationships with the Board of Directors, staff, partners, state and national agencies, and funders to build on past successes and forge new collaborations and partnerships for the future. The ideal candidate will be a strategic, dynamic, visionary individual who has successful and demonstrated experience creating a positive and inclusive culture, cultivating partnerships, and managing a multifaceted organization.

 

Key Responsibilities

The Executive Director will be entrusted with the following key responsibilities:

Board Relations: Serve as a critical partner with the Board, providing relevant, timely, and transparent updates, introducing national trends and new opportunities for consideration, and seeking professional guidance from Board members regarding relevant issues. Actively participates in Board discussions and strategic planning activities and implementation, engaging members as appropriate regarding critical issues and opportunities.

Leadership: Work with the Board and staff to set strategic goals and priorities. Provide leadership and administrative and operational management for NCCEH. Develop a unified sense of purpose among staff, Board members and partners. Ensure operational activities are in alignment with strategic goals.

Operations Management: Oversee all facets of NCCEH’s operations including programs, resource development, financial management, and advocacy. Apply sound and proven business practices and implement best practices, policies, and internal controls to improve operational efficiencies.

Staff Development: Lead, prepare, empower, delegate, and evaluate the performance of a diverse team, providing opportunities for team building, planning, and professional development. Develop and foster positive relationships amongst staff. Cultivate a welcoming and positive environment, supporting and encouraging the staff to be their best while implementing a culture of trust, teamwork, accountability, and quality. Ensure fair and consistent human resource practices.

Resource Development: Expand the breadth and depth of relationships and partnerships that will lead to sustainable, diversified funding streams and significant investments in NCCEH’s future. Leverage personal contacts and organizational relationships to identify potential donors and partners; Diversify and increase funding sources, including government, individuals, foundations, and corporations. Responsible for stewarding the entire donor portfolio, including handling grant requests and having annual relationship reviews.

Community Engagement: Cultivate NCCEH’s visibility and relationships through personal engagement and effective communication. Plan and implement strategies to promote public awareness. Identify and monitor trends and emerging issues related to homelessness through targeted advocacy and increased visibility. Act as the chief spokesperson for the organization, articulating the vision in an inspiring way and building relationships among partners, government agencies, and community groups to support and enhance the mission

 

 

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:  Program Coordinator

Location:  Cary, North Carolina

Apply Here: Indeed

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Send your resumes to: Rocio Anderson, NCSHP President at randerson@thencshp.org

BACKGROUND

The NCSHP is seeking a mission-driven professional to provide leadership in the following areas of

overall program operations: Fundraising & Membership, Community Outreach and Engagement, and

Operational Support.

 

Key Responsibilities:

  • Execute membership and fundraising program responsibilities and implementation of Fundraising Strategies and Membership Campaign under the supervision of the Director.

  • Manage Collect and analyze data, update databases, and develop reports.

Community Outreach in STEM Education:

  • Track contracts and grant proposals to ensure all timelines are in order, deadlines are met, and progress is recorded/documented, under supervision of the Director.

  • Develop and implement proactive outreach strategies for the effective promotion of STEM education, programs, and opportunities for the Hispanic community.

Organizational Work:

  • Work with the Director to maintain all programs aligned with the overall grant goals and requirements.

  • Active leadership role in the administration of NCSHP’s office by supporting the coordination and implementation of conferences, training sessions, and meetings.