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Development Director

  Boise, Idaho

 

Career Opportunity in Beautiful Boise, Idaho!

Live, work, and play in Idaho’s Treasure Valley. Known as the "City of Trees," Boise is Idaho's capital city—both a cultural center and a playground for those who love the outdoors.  A vibrant downtown area affords fine dining, theatre, music, and college and semi-professional sports. The Greenbelt follows the beautiful Boise River corridor for more than 30 miles, and the Boise foothills are home to miles of hiking and biking trails.

About Catholic Charities of Idaho:

Catholic Charities of Idaho is seeking a dynamic Development Director that is aligned with our mission to alleviate, reduce, and end poverty for those we serve. We are a small but growing organization that is committed to innovation and impact. This means being part of a team that is “re-imagining” the field of social services in a way that truly improves the lives of those we serve.  We are a start-up culture with a heart and we are looking for you.

About the You we are looking for:

 

You are a polished development professional with extensive sales and fundraising experience. You understand how to navigate the who's who of the donor world to find the right alignment of interests and passion for giving. You can build rapport with anyone, anytime, anywhere, and know how to maintain relationships in a way that makes others feel valued and informed, but not overwhelmed by aggressive pressure.

You work collaboratively with the Executive Director, Board of Directors, and Leadership Team to create and implement fundraising strategies that will increase the agency’s support from major donors, including individuals, corporations, foundations, and other sources. You partner well with the Executive Director and other staff to provide agency and service information relevant to fundraising goals and donor interests. You expertly manage and strengthen relationships with donors and all related stakeholders.

You work well both individually and on a team. You are an active listener, have experience selling services and mission and understand our faith tradition. You can translate that to anyone with an interest in our work, and are looking to be part of a team-oriented organization where you can be proud of the work and services you represent.

You find prospective donors, draw them into the mission and work of Catholic Charities, share

the stories of those we serve, and promote our vision of ending poverty. While you have plenty of support from the team, you need to be internally motivated to meet fundraising goals. This is an individual contributor position with the potential to help shape and grow a larger development department in the future.

This is a part-time, 30 hour a week position for the first year. We’ll work with your schedule and availability!

Requirements:

 

  • Five to seven years of development and sales experience, with a proven track record as a fundraising professional.
  • Bachelor’s degree in business, marketing or other related field.
  • Experience “selling” the work of a mission oriented non-profit, preferably faith-based.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Solid organizational skills including attention to detail and multi-tasking skills.
  • Strong commitment to Catholic Charities’ mission and identity; good understanding of Catholic Church structures and social and pastoral activities.
  • Raiser’s Edge fundraising software or equivalent preferred.
  • Ability to articulate a compelling case for agency service philosophy and programs; ability to influence and persuade.
  • Ability to maintain high level of confidentiality related to agency and donor financial information.
  • Demonstrated ability to build strong relationships, motivate and work effectively with an Executive Director, board members, service staff, supporters, donors, and volunteers.
  • Ability to work within and support a culturally diverse work environment.

Benefits & Compensation

 

Comprehensive benefit package includes health, vacation, and retirement. Salary commensurate with experience:  Range equivalent to $30 to $36/hr.

To Apply

 

Complete the online application at http://ccidaho.org/about/employment/. In addition, please upload a cover letter and resume. In your cover letter, tell us why you are a great fit for the role and share with us the largest gift you’ve secured and what steps you took to facilitate that donation.  This is an opportunity to let your personality shine through so please write your cover letter in your authentic voice.


Maintenance and Facilities Manager

Boise, Idaho

 

40 hours per week, M-F, year-round. Salary Based on Experience

St. Mark’s Catholic School
Boise, Idaho
208-375-6654

 

St. Mark’s Catholic School seeks an exceptional individual for a full time facilities maintenance technician position. Applicant should be a self-motivated, hard-working, individual who will work to ensure the smooth and efficient operation of the school facilities. The successful candidate will be proficient at caring for the day to day needs of the school facility, and comfortably responding to any unscheduled custodial issues created by unforeseen circumstances. Positive and friendly interaction with faculty, staff and students is expected. 

 

Minimum Requirements and Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Desire to work in a K-8 environment.
  • Good physical health including ability to lift 75 pounds, climb to high and difficult places and perform work there.
  • Provision of regular care and maintenance of the mechanical systems, including monitoring of all heating and cooling systems. Development of maintenance schedules for said systems.
  • Effect repairs to the physical plant such as painting, carpentry, minor electrical, plumbing and furniture repairs.
  • Coordination of repairs with outside contractors for those tasks that fall outside the scope of the regular duties or expertise of the maintenance person.
  • Maintain school building, daily opening and inspection of the building for health and safety issues, completing all necessary procedures to prepare the classrooms for the school day.
  • Maintenance of School facility grounds.  This includes summer landscaping, yard care and trimming as well as fertilizing and weed/insect control. Winter duties include snow and ice removal by maintenance personnel or contractor as necessary.
  • Schedule and provide for regular inspection of the entire physical plant including non-mechanical systems to determine maintenance needs to be monitored or addressed.
  • Regular care and inspection of the playground equipment to insure safe operation.
  • Ordering of all janitorial supplies.
  • Providing assistance to classroom teachers for transportation and set up of materials or equipment as needed.
  • Assist with the set up and take down of lunchroom for lunch each day.
  • Maintaining a friendly environment for students and staff.

 A complete application packet will be accepted until the position is filled and should be sent or emailed to:

St. Mark’s Catholic School 

Attn: Donna Gordon                                                  

7503 Northview                                                             

Boise Idaho 83704

dgordon@stmarksboise.org  

 Complete application should include:

Resume

Three letters of reference

Completed diocesan application


   

Bookkeeper

Boise, Idaho

 
The Cathedral Parish of St. John the Evangelist in Boise, Idaho seeks a part-time Bookkeeper (20 hours per week). Under the direction of the Business Manager, this position will be responsible for parish bookkeeping and accounting duties such as preparing deposits/expenditures, maintaining financial database/records, preparing financial statements, processing payroll, and other duties as assigned.  
 
Qualifications:
Associate degree in Business or Accounting
3+ years of experience with fund accounting using accounting database software
Demonstrated skill in data management, record-keeping, and reporting
Experience with Power Church accounting software a plus
Familiarity with parish financial administration preferred
Proficiency with MS Office applications, including Word, Excel, and Outlook
Strong analytical skills with excellent attention to detail
Effective time management skills with the ability to organize, prioritize, and plan
Ability to work in a collaborative team environment
Ability to maintain confidentiality
Working knowledge of the structure and teachings of the Catholic Church
Ability to successfully pass a background, criminal history, and credit history check
 
Interested candidates should email a cover letter, resume, and Diocesan Application to HR@BoiseCathedral.org.
 
For more information about our parish, please visit https://www.BoiseCathedral.org.

Receptionist at Saint Mark’s Parish

Boise, Idaho

 

St. Mark’s is currently seeking an individual to be one of the welcoming faces of the parish.

This part-time position assists with the ministry of the parish by exhibiting Christ-like hospitality to those who enter the parish office or call on the phone. Because the position also includes clerical support for the staff, the ideal candidate will have office experience and be familiar with Microsoft Word and other office applications. Active Catholics with strong organizational and communication skills are encouraged to apply. For details and a more complete job description, please contact Richard Kulleck, Director of Parish Operations at St. Mark’s; 208-375-6651.


Client Advancement & Resource Specialist/Immigration Case Worker II

Idaho Falls, Idaho

Live, work, and play in beautiful Eastern Idaho!  Located in the Snake River Plain on the western edge of the Rocky Mountains, Idaho Falls has been recognized in recent years as being amongst the best places in the United States to live and raise a family.  Known for its western hospitality, a booming economic base, and a diverse arts community, Idaho Falls is also near numerous areas that offer amazing outdoor recreational activities like camping, hiking, fishing, hunting and more.

About Catholic Charities of Idaho:

Catholic Charities of Idaho is seeking a committed individual aligned with our mission to alleviate, reduce, and end poverty for those we serve. We are a small but growing organization that is committed to innovation and impact. This means being part of a team that is “re-imagining” the field of social services in a way that truly improves the lives of those we serve.  We are a start-up culture with a heart and we are looking for you!  We are hiring a Part-Time (approximately 20 hours per week) bi-lingual Client Advancement & Resource Specialist /Immigration Case Worker II to help us effectively serve our Spanish speaking clients in Eastern Idaho. If you enjoy variety in your job and an want an opportunity to truly make a difference in the lives of others, this job is for you.

 

Job Offering:

 

Client Advancement & Resource Specialist/Immigration Case Worker II

 

Guided by the mission, values and goals of Catholic Charities of Idaho, the Client Advancement & Resource Specialist/Immigration Case Worker II will provide a range of direct services in support of individual and family self-sufficiency and resilience.  Service activities will include offering specialized education services, assisting clients who have immigration related needs, linking clients to community resources, and providing short term intervention services and case management.

 

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

1. Direct Service Provision to Clients

  • Work with CCI immigration staff and staff attorney to assist qualified immigrant/refugee populations with relevant immigration related applications and processes.
  • Under the supervision of the Immigration Program Manager, provide direct client immigration services, including consultation and evaluation of immigration status, case work follow-up, and related client communication.  As appropriate, provide clients with information and resources related to immigration status and options.
  • Maintain current and complete client electronic case records according to CCI service delivery standards. 
  • Assess client service needs, identify and broker necessary services, provide information, referral, advocacy and support services and ongoing social service assistance as appropriate. 
  • Work with the Client Advancement and Resource Advocate (CARA) team in the development/delivery of relevant educational services (e.g., ESL classes, parenting education, etc.).
  • Assist with translation of service and immigration related documents; provide direct client translation support as appropriate.
  • Accurately and fully complete job assignments and relevant agency documentation within assigned deadlines and procedures.
  • Recruit, screen, and train volunteers to assist in various program areas, as assigned.
  • Participate in regular agency meetings, trainings, and other required engagements.

2. Community Outreach and Engagement

  • Provide a visible presence to the community and other external stakeholders to foster broad support for and knowledge of CCI services and activities.
  • Provide presentations, as authorized and appropriate, on assigned service and program related topics.
  • Serve as the primary Immigration Service outreach member of the CCI/Idaho Falls office by facilitating appropriate and essential partnerships and collaborations with service providers, government agencies, and local legal service professionals. 
  • Help facilitate appropriate collaborations and partnerships to augment agency social service and educational programs and to better assist CCI clientele.
  • Help maintain close working relationships with local Catholic parishes, schools, lay leaders and other Catholic institutions and ministries to further CCI mission.
  1. Agency Sustainability and Accountability
  • Ensure that all assigned services are provided in accordance with applicable State and Local regulatory requirements, Catholic Charities Board Policies, Social Service Policies, and the Catholic Charities Code of Ethics and Code of Conduct.
  • Maintain a thorough knowledge of CCI social service principles, techniques and practices and their application to complex casework, group work, and community need.
  • Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  1. Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work, Counseling or related human service degree from an accredited education institution strongly preferred; will consider years of experience equivalent to Bachelor’s degree on case-by-case basis. 
  2. Bilingual speaking and writing skills (English/Spanish) required.
  3. Some knowledge of immigration procedures and laws or desire and ability to learn.
  4. Ability to become certified by the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA), and able and willing to continue professional development in this area.
  5. Ability to work with diverse communities and cultures essential; cultural competence with Latino community (possessing an understanding of Latino cultures - specifically peoples immigrating from Mexico and Central America) strongly preferred; understanding and work history with newcomer populations, including refugees, preferred.
  6. Ability to work independently and communicate well; demonstrate dependability through good attendance and adherence to timelines and schedules.
  7. Strong analytical and problem solving skills.
  8. Typing skills and a range of computer skills required.
  9. Willingness to work on occasional evenings and weekends.
  10. Strong ability to multi task and prioritize projects.
  11. Strong communication and outreach skills with public speaking experience.
  12. Support for the mission of Catholic Charities of Idaho essential; working knowledge and understanding of Roman Catholic mission and Church structure preferred.
  13. Ability to work well in a small office which requires outreach, relationship building with community and Catholic Charities colleagues located across state.
  14. Possess a valid Idaho driver’s license and proof of vehicle insurance at levels required by the agency.
  15. Criminal history clearance.

STANDARDS & PROTOCOLS

  1. Maintain professional image in attitude and dress.
  2. Exhibit loyalty, dependability, and punctuality.
  3. Adhere to all agency standards of practice, including confidentiality standards related to client, donor, staff and volunteer information; ensure agency service and business information is held in strict confidence.
  4. Ability to drive and utilize agency or personal automobile for work purposes.

 

SALARY RANGE 3:         $14.42 per hour to $20.43 per hour DOE

                                                Non-exempt status

OPEN UNTIL FILLED


 
   
   

For inquiries please contact

Charles Lawrence

(208) 350-7510 phone
(208) 342-2368 fax

HR@RCDB.org

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