Careers with CASA Lancaster
Volunteer Manager (Full Time)
The Volunteer Manager is responsible for the direct supervision of volunteer advocates. This includes the coordination of volunteer activities; all aspects of case management; and assisting in recruitment, training, and retention of volunteers.
o Direct supervision of volunteer advocates
o Develop strong working relationships with volunteers: build individual rapport with each advocate and support him/her in a personalized manner
o Assist in development of advocacy plans for each case
o Communicate regularly with each volunteer: regular phone and in-person contact
o Review and edit advocate court reports: maintain program’s high standard of content and grammar
o Ensure report submission a minimum of 2 business days prior to hearing
o Attend dependency court hearings: represent program in professional manner
Participate in court hearings if necessary
o Develop professional working relationships with the local child welfare agency, legal professionals and court staff, and social service agencies
o Maintain case and volunteer records: document record changes/updates in a timely and accurate manner
Recruitment of potential volunteer advocates:
o Assisting with CASA Information Sessions
o Fielding phone calls from interested individuals
o Assist in volunteer interviews
o Assist in facilitation of NCASA training curriculum
o Participate in-service trainings
The candidate must possess a Bachelor’s degree. The successful candidate will possess strong time management skills, the ability to multi-task, experience working with or overseeing volunteers, strong leadership skills, and exemplary written and verbal communication skills. Experience working in child welfare a plus.
How To Apply
Please email a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax them to 717-208-3283. All emails and faxes pertaining to this job should be directed to the attention of D'Arcy Crocker, Program Director. CASA of Lancaster is an EOE and does not discriminate based in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, ethnicity, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, or any other characteristic protected by law.
All employees are eligible for paid vacation and sick leave. Full time employees are eligible for CASA's benefit package which includes health, dental, and vision insurance as well as a retirement savings account option.
Professional Level: Entry level
Minimum Education Required: 4-year degree
Start Date: Immediately
Application closes 12/2/19
The Director of Development is primarily responsible for development, facilitation and implementation of plans to meet organizational strategic goals. Duties include overseeing and managing fundraising efforts, building strong and successful community relationships, maintaining communications with donors, and executing key fundraising events.
-implement the identified donor cultivation program
-develop cultivation and solicitation strategies for major individual, corporate and foundation donors
-build regular communication framework that includes, empowers, and engages donors
-create and implement a planned giving strategy
-identify corporate mission partners and create cause marketing plans
-work with Executive Director and committees to successfully grow the Heroes Gala
-plan and facilitate the annual Community Awareness Breakfast
-analyze successes and shortcomings of events to continually work to improve event
-oversee volunteers on events committees
-maintain current grantor relationships
-actively seek new grant opportunities
-oversee timely and accurate grant reporting
The candidate must possess a Bachelor’s degree, Business Administration, Communications or related field preferred. The successful candidate will have a minimum of 3-5 years fundraising experience, with proved track records of success in special event revenue growth, donor cultivation/stewardship, and grant writing. The candidate must possess excellent interpersonal skills and demonstrate an ability to build relationships with a wide range of personalities. He or she will demonstrate a willingness to champion new initiatives, have a history of innovation, and have personnel and volunteer management experience. In addition, the ideal candidate will possess: strong time management skills, the ability to meet and engage new individuals in a variety of settings, exceptional written and verbal communication skills, exceptional public presentation skills, and strong time management skills.