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Office Manager

Under the direction of the Executive Director, the Office Manager acts as the first impressions associate for the agency and maintain a courteous disposition while providing friendly and accurate guidance to clients and their families. The individual in this role is responsible for maintaining a safe and inviting environment for staff, clients, and guests as they enter and exit St. Vincent Home for Children.

This salaried position comes paid vacation time, meals provided during working shifts, health benefits (medical, dental, vision, life, short/longer-term disability), EAP, a 403(b)-retirement plan, flexible spending account, ongoing training, and a fun work environment.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Must possess a minimum of a high school diploma, Associate’s degree or higher preferred
  • Must have knowledge of basic telephone operations and transfer calls to the appropriate staff members
  • Must have knowledge of core computer skills and aptitude for working with new systems and software
  • Must be proficient in Microsoft Office 365; Word (proficient with Mail Merger), Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook
  • Detail-oriented with strong planning, organizational, and time-management skills.
  • Must pass Family Care Safety Registry, national fingerprint background checks and pre-employment drug testing
  • Ability to work well in a fast-paced environment, multi-task; and be able to work independently
  • Execute responsibilities with a sense of proactivity, urgency, and follow-through.
  • Must be able to lift as much as 20 pounds

RESPONSIBILITIES: Carry out the Mission of St. Vincent Home by:

  • Being the friendly, professional, and courteous face and voice of St. Vincent Home of Children as the first point of contact and final contact upon ending their visit.
  • Assistant to the Executive Director and members of the Executive Leadership Team
  • Answering incoming calls and tracking visitors as they enter and exit the building ensuring compliance with our COVID policies.
  • Appropriately assist clients and notify Residential staff with details of the client check-ins and check-outs.
  • Accurately sort mail and notify staff of package deliveries.
  • Routinely deals with confidential and sensitive information and adheres to HIPAA guidelines. Maintain confidentiality of residents’ information per HIPAA guidelines.
  • Providing timely and accurate information to First Responders as they arrive/exit through the main entrance.
  • Assisting with special events
  • Maintaining a neat and organized office space and copy room.
  • Assisting with mass mailing to donors and stakeholders
  • Compiling information for reports and presentations
  • Serving as a backup recorder for board and committee meetings and prepare meeting materials.
  • Request supplies as needed and neatly restock supply cabinets.
  • Attending all mandatory meetings while remaining familiar with organizational policies and procedures.
  • Other research projects and tasks as assigned.
  • Responsible for ordering supplies and maintaining inventory
  • Plays an active role in the agency fun and recognition committee and other committees as assigned.
  • Coordinate executive-level meetings
  • Assist in the coordination of special events and other activities at the facility and in the community.

Job Type: Full-time

Please email your cover letter and resume to employment@saintvincenthome.org.

Chief Development Officer

As the Chief Development Officer (CDO), you will lead all philanthropic and marketing activities including but not limited to major gifts, individual giving, planned giving, corporate relations, government and private foundation grants, and marketing, communications, and volunteer management. You will report to the Executive Director and serve as an integral member of the Executive Leadership Team (ELT).

Job duties
• Design and implement a long-term, broad-based philanthropic giving and marketing strategy that maximizes the impact and longevity of the organization
• Develop the Case for Support, build the strategy, and execute a comprehensive plan and compelling vision to expand the network of support for our mission
• Develop the organizational marketing and communications plan to increase visibility, volunteers, engagement, and outcomes for our strategic plan
• Create marketing initiatives to support the engagement of a diverse group of potential supporters
• Supervise State Tax Credits program applications and reporting
• Assist in processing gifts of appreciated securities to aid in positive relationships with major gift donors
• Partner with the Development Committee to execute a successful annual fundraiser including but not limited to donor recruitment, sponsorships, volunteers, live auctions, and day-of logistics.
• Partner with the Chief Financial Officer to champion cross-functional communication and transparency regarding monthly reconciliation and accountability efforts for all financial reporting, ensuring the accuracy of all data
• Establish and manage Planned Giving and Endowment Programs, cultivating and creating long term revenue streams for long term financial growth and stability
• You will recruit, train, and develop a focused, innovative team of professionals who have experience in the areas of philanthropy, event planning, marketing, and communications
• You will attend meetings with the Board of Directors as requested and act as the staff lead for the Board Development Committee.

Required experience:
• Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited four-year college or university (Masters preferred) with an emphasis in marketing, communications, business, or nonprofit administration
• 7 to 10 years of experience in non-profit fundraising, with 5+ years of major donor fundraising and proven results for maintaining and generating new revenue streams
• 10 years of experience in marketing and communications with proven leadership in designing and leading strategy and campaigns that appeal to diverse audiences, expand donor base, and establish the organization as a community leader.
• A visionary leader who can develop team members to assume positions of increased responsibility with an evolving and growing non-profit organization while creating a healthy and productive organizational culture
• Active affiliations with appropriate fundraising networks and organizations.
• Experience with and detailed knowledge of donor database management (e-Tapestry)

This job description does not list all the duties of the job. Performance of other duties may be requested. Evaluations will be in part based upon the performance of the tasks listed in this job description. St. Vincent Home for Children has the right to revise this job description at any time. The job description is not a contract for employment

Please email your cover letter and resume to employment@saintvincenthome.org

CLINICAL & PROGRAM STAFF FOCUSED POSITIONS:

Youth Development Specialists (YDS), Youth Education Specialists (YES), and Youth Recreation Specialists (YRS)

In this time of crisis, St. Vincent is continuing to evolve to serve the growing needs of the youth and families in need in our community. We are seeking creative, dedicated people to join our Clinical and Residential Program staff as YDS, YES, and YRS team members who are driven by the mission to help those in need. Each position has its own unique focus, opportunities for growth, and impact. Click to review the positions and email your cover letter and resume to employment@saintvincenthome.org, or mail to: 7401 Florissant Road, St. Louis, MO 63121.

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St. Vincent Home for Children
7401 Florissant Road
St. Louis, MO 63121
Phone: 314-261-6011
Fax: 314-385-1467
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