The Press Officer's primary focus will be to implement media relations strategies to inform and influence key audiences on reproductive health and policy issues and promote Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA). S/he will also be responsible for producing material for media, respond to media requests, and proactively reach out to media outlets. As part of a team of five Press Officers, handle day-to-day media relations on a wide range of Planned Parenthood issues. This Press Officer will be called on regularly to work on all of PPFA's media efforts but will be expected to input heavily on outreach to Latino media and other constituency-based media.
Chab Dai Coalition is an international NGO based in Phnom Penh, Cambodia working to address trafficking and exploitation through collaboration, prevention, advocacy and research. For more information go towww.chabdai.org.
We are currently seeking a skilled, passionate and responsible individual to fill the position of International Communications Coordinator.
Based in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, the International Communications Coordinator will assist in managing and coordinating organization communications, website and public relations for Chab Dai. The position requires 30-40 hours/week and at least 75% time must be worked from the Chab Dai office. Time off is negotiable.
This is a non-salaried, stipend-paid position. Pay will depend on experience (min. $300/month, max. $800/month). Candidates from the U.S. will have the option of raising personal support through Chab Dai USA. Following the completion of this contract there may be an opportunity for advancement within the organization.
Position opens 1 March 2013 and must be filled by 1 July 2013. Minimum contract commitment will be 12-18 months.
Coordinate the development and implementation of an organization-wide style guide;
Oversee design, layout and content of media campaigns, newsletters, and print media (e.g. Annual Report, Project Portfolios, etc.);
Oversee and monitor social media accounts including Facebook and Twitter;
Manage newsletter and media contacts;
Coordinate website maintenance – ensure new and consistent information (articles, stories, events, descriptions) are posted regularly for all international offices;
Manage and organize authors for the Chab Dai blog;
Oversee and manage internal photo and video indexing;
Assist with photography and videography strategy, and coordinate opportunities to add to the internal photo and video library;
Manage communications interns and volunteers (when applicable);
Assist with online fundraising
Professional, can work well on a team
Must be able to take initiative and work independently
Must be fluent in English (reading, writing, speaking)
Must have excellent writing and editing skills (including correct grammar, spelling)
Must have extensive knowledge and experience using Microsoft Office
Desktop publishing skills required; knowledge and experience using iWork (Mac) and/or Adobe Suite preferred
Experience and skills using social media, especially Facebook and Twitter, required
Personal experience living and working abroad preferred
POSITION: Coordinator of Women's Services (35 hours per week)
REPORTS TO: Assistant Director
DESCRIPTION: The Coordinator of Women's Services is responsible for overseeing all women's services which include; the Promotora program, Violence agaisnt women case management services, domestic violence support group, women's workshop series, and monthly forums. Coordinator is also responsible for collecting program data and submitting program reports to Executive Director and funding officers, traveling to grantee meetings. Coordinator will supervise the case management staff and Promotoras.
SALARY: $40,000 - 45,000
SPECIFIC DUTIES INCLUDE:
• Work Closely with Coordinator of Community Services in planning & implementing services
• Coordinate, oversee, and approve weekly workshop series (schedule speakers,
prepare/approve topics and workshop materials, promote workshops, etc).
• Carrying a small caseload of DV and sexual assault related cases
• Collaborate with outside DV organizations to coordinate domestic violence support group
Oversee case management services (supervise case manager, review client charts, attend
community meetings to bring resources to the program
Assist case management staff in assessing client needs including safety needs and safety
• Assist program staff in coordinating services for clients – referrals, follow up, client escort
Assess program staff training needs
• Organize forums and annual events and campaigns (Luncheon, NLAAD, DV Awareness, LHTM, etc.)
• Develop and maintain relationships with social service providers
• Coordinate the Promotora training and its evaluation
• Represent Voces Latinas at meetings and forums in an utmost professional manner
• Conduct client intakes and referrals when necessary
• Conduct follow up services with clients when necessary
• Provide presentations in the community, including to providers and client
Keep up with latest HIV and VAW information (health/immigration policy, scientific
Complete and submit monthly report to supervisor and funding sourc
Collect data from staff and promotoras, review data, and submit for data entr
Quality Assurance for Case management and outreach
Provide HIV testing
• Other duties as required
Master degree or a B.A. in social services related area with 3 years of experience in DV
and/or HIV counseling and demonstrated experience in organizing events, forums,
managing and supervising staff .
• Sensitivity to and expertise with needs and circumstances of women experiencing violence, including domestic violence and sexual assault.
• Experience with individuals living with or at risk for HIV/AIDS or other life threatening illnesses; including issues related to diversity, mental illness,
and marginalized population
Program planning and evaluation
Experience working with and facilitating group discussions (groups dynamics)
• Interest in and familiarity with the Latino community
• Commitment to service as a personal value
• Excellent written and oral communication skills
• Strong interpersonal skills
• Well organized and attentive to detail
• Ability to work independently and as part of a team
• Ability to interact with individuals in a diverse environment
Planned Parenthood Columbia Willamette (PPCW) is seeking an experienced Grant Writer to join our Development team. The Grant Writer will manage all aspects of PPCW's grant writing efforts and participate in other fundraising activities as needed. Responsible for writing proposals for both unrestricted operating revenue and restricted projects (such as electronic health records, sexual health education, and community outreach and health equity programs) and for submitting timely and accurate reports for all existing grant funded projects.
This is a part-time position (25 hrs/wk) and the primary work location is at our Regional Service Center in NE Portland. Workdays will occur Monday – Friday, however may include occasional evening and weekend due to business needs. Workdays during the initial trial service period may vary. This is a union represented position; internal applicants will be given preference.
Responsible for conducting the full range of activities required to prepare, submit, and manage grant proposals to foundation and corporate sources.
Perform prospect research on foundations and corporations to evaluate prospects for corporate and foundation grants.
Work with finance to gather information necessary to prepare project budgets and report to corporate/foundation funders on current grant programs.
Comply with all grant reporting as required by foundation/corporate donors.
Provide stewardship to current donors.
Provide regular written updates to corporate and foundation donors.
Understanding of institutional history and programs.
Make appointments for President and CEO and VP for External Affairs with foundation officers and other prospects, arrange for onsite tours for supporters (foundation officers, foundation trustees).
Maintain current records in database and in paper files, including grant tracking and reporting.
Track statistics relevant to development and provide department with written materials necessary for donor stewardship (visitor numbers/diversity, program attendance, etc.
Work with other staff to provide development input for all written institutional materials (including Newsletter, Annual Report, etc.)
Assist with other fundraising projects as requested
Knowledge and Skills:
Outstanding written communication skills; ability to write clear, structured, articulate, and persuasive proposals.
Strong editing skills.
Attention to detail.
Ability to meet deadlines.
Knowledge of fundraising information sources.
Experience with proposal writing and institutional donors.
Knowledge of basic fundraising techniques and strategies.
Knowledge and familiarity with research techniques for fundraising prospect research.
Strong contributor in team environments
Bachelor's degree required.
Minimum two (2) years experience with grant writing.
Previous experience with non-profit fundraising.
Experience working in deadline-driven environments.
Able to work well in a team environment, handle multiple assignments and meet deadlines.
Able to monitor and meet income goals.
Experienced and knowledgeable in general fundraising principles.
Resumes and cover letters are accepted through the online job posting at www.ppcw.org; click on the "Jobs" link found on the left side of the main page. Resumes will be accepted until we have enough qualified candidates or through Thursday, March 14, 2013.