Today's job postings from Career Opportunities - 07/16/18

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Today's job offerings from Career Opportunities...

Job #1 – Case Manager – Lower Cape

Full Time: Conduct assessments, determine eligibility for various programs, develop individualized case plans, links individuals and families with community-based housing and service resources, assists in budgeting and manages access to financial assistance funds and provides comprehensive case management services in conjunction with community partners. Bachelor’s Degree in social work, human services, or a related field preferred, but consideration will be given to candidates with extensive experience. Proficient with Microsoft Word, Excel and data base systems. Must have a valid MA driver's license and provide own transportation. Some community outreach will be required.  Salary is $33,000 to $35,000 with benefits

Job #2 – Regular Giving Manager – Mid Cape

Full Time: Provide leadership and management direction to all aspects of the Regular giving program including: Leading the Regular Giving execution, strategic planning, budget preparation, forecasting, management, creative input and process improvements. Utilize direct marketing principles, fundraising techniques, production and analytical skills to develop complete and comprehensive direct marketing practices. 5+ years in-depth direct marketing experience, preferably with international fundraising experience, and demonstrated success in managing multiple complex, deadline-driven direct mail and telemarketing campaigns. A BS degree preferably in Marketing, or equivalent fundraising business experience.


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