Organization: The Matriots PAC

Title: Administrative Coordinator

Responsibilities:

  • Serve as committee liaison by providing meeting support, scheduling, minute taking, agenda, and documentation.

  • Maintain an open and service-oriented relationship with committee chairs.

  • Provide meeting management support by coordinating meeting logistics for internal and external meetings, ensure all resources are prepared for meetings (room, AV, presenters, agenda, materials, etc.)

  • Manage volunteer involvement and communication.

  • Complete other administrative tasks as needed.

For more information: Full Job Description

Posted 6.5.19


Organization: Prevent Blindness

Title: Children’s Vision Program Coordinator

Responsibilities:

This position is a full-time position that works under the leadership of the Director of Community Services in implementing PBO’s children’s vision programming.  The primary responsibility of this position is to implement the Children’s Vision Screener Training and Certification program funded by the Save Our Sight Fund at the Ohio Department of Health.  The Children’s Vision Program Coordinator promotes children’s eye health and safety efforts, develops program concepts and proposals, and establishes and maintains relationships with organizations sharing a common interest.


For more information: Full Job Description

Posted 6.5.19


Organization: Ohio Department of Aging

Title: Population Health and Nutrition Manager

Responsibilities:

  • Leads statewide implementation of population health initiatives including improving health behaviors and outcomes for older adults (i.e., nutrition, evidence-based courses, disease self-management and prevention, dementia, isolation, etc.).

  • Oversees the development and implementation of plans and contributing actions to improve current evidence-based infrastructure with a goal of continued improvement of a comprehensive and coordinated system of community-based services and supports for Ohio's older adults.

  • Develops related program policies, procedures, goals, objectives & outcomes; conducts studies of evidence-based health programs.

  • Analyzes data, applies policy, develops plans and measurements leading to outcomes.

  • Monitors, analyzes and interprets local, state, federal regulations and laws pertaining to population health.

  • Provides technical assistance on population health topics and nutrition issues to Area Agency on Aging (AAAs) site coordinators, PASSPORT Administration Agencies (PAAs), providers, partners, local, state and federal agencies.

  • Oversees statewide Nutrition Services Programs.  Leads statewide initiatives for older adults related to food insecurity and malnutrition.  Leads statewide implementation to increase the availability of quality nutrition program services. 

  •  Conducts studies of nutrition issues, analyzes data, develops related program policies, procedures, goals, objectives, outcomes and solutions; monitors, analyzes and interprets local, state and federal regulations and laws pertaining to nutrition for older adults.

  • Contributes to ODA's State Plan on Aging and the AAAs' Strategic Area Plan processes.  Implements/incorporates new State Plan goals and objectives into existing programming and/or creates new programs to achieve State Plan goals and objectives.

  • Serves as agency liaison to professional organizations, other state agencies & population health-related task forces & boards.

  • Supervises Population Health staff. 


For more information: Full Job Description

Posted 5.9.19


Organization: Ohio Finance Fund

Title: Underwriter

Responsibilities:

  • Serve as a primary project contact with applicants and institutional partners.

  • Review and analyze all customer financial information to ensure sound credit decisions are made.

  • Originate and underwrite loans.

  • Underwrite loan requests in a timely manner.

  • Work with applicants through all stages of the borrowing process.

  • Oversee loan disbursements.

  • Make presentations to community organizations.

  • Attend meetings and public events, which provide marketing opportunities.

  • Some travel within the state of Ohio required.

For more information: Full Job Description

Posted 5.1.19


Organization: Ohio Finance Fund

Title: Development and Compliance Manager

Responsibilities:

  • Prepare documents related to real estate transaction.

  • Assist with preparation, coordination, and filing of grant and other funding applications.

  • Compile all necessary information for government agencies – including, but not limited to OHFA, FHLB, HUD, and RD – for property acquisitions, LIHTC applications, and ongoing compliance of existing projects.

  • Oversee properties as going concerns, keeping revenue at or above the projected budget, dealing with tenant issues, and providing written monthly accounts of costs incurred.

  • Compile reports on due diligence including zoning, utility research, title review, market analysis, demographic studies, etc.

  • Coordinate site activities, including meeting stakeholders, vendors, and staff on-site.

  • Ensure all safety policies and practices are followed – including all permits are received prior to construction work, all necessary inspections are completed, all properties are certified for occupancy.

  • Assist Vice President, Real Estate Development in other duties, as assigned.

For more information: Full Job Description

Posted 5.1.19


Organization: Affordable Housing Alliance of Central Ohio

Title: Executive Director

Responsibilities:

The Executive Director is the Chief Executive Officer of the Affordable Housing Alliance of Central Ohio and reports to the Board of Directors. The Executive Director will:

  1. Provide leadership and strategic direction to the Board, members, consultants, and allies to achieve the organization’s advocacy, programmatic, and operational goals;

  2. Serve as the public face of AHACO and build and maintain cooperative and collaborative relationships with individuals and organizations that can help the Alliance to achieve its goals;

  3. Stay current on data, research, legislation, policies, programs, and other pertinent information;

  4. Prepare documents and communications materials for internal and external use;

  5. Staff Alliance boards, committees, and meetings;

  6. Implement a fundraising strategy in collaboration with the Board;

  7. Be responsible for the organization’s day-to-day operations.

For more information: Full Job Description

Posted 4.12.19


Organization: Prevent Blindness

Title: Director of Community Services

Responsibilities:

  • The Director of Community Services provides leadership to all aspects of sight saving programs and services statewide including programmatic planning, managing, delivering, evaluating and reporting including:

    • Vision Screening Training and Certification

    • Vision Care Outreach Program – matches donated eye care services with people in need

    • Partnerships with government, social service, health care professional, education organizations and others with an aim to improve systems of eye care

    • Staffing Community Services, Advocacy and Eye Safety volunteer committees

    • Public policy advocacy at state and national levels

For more information: Full Job Description

Posted 4.6.19


Organization: The Center for Community Solutions

Title: Associate, Public Policy and External Affairs

Responsibilities:

  • Develop elements of project scope and plans through research, analysis and collaboration with internal and external colleagues and organizations.

  • Identify, define, recommend and act upon health and social issues through analysis of data and ideas, planning, encouraging collaboration among interested parties, measurement of results and evaluation.

  • Prepare guidelines, position statements on health and social issues and briefings.

  • Write reports, briefs, articles, blogs and news releases for publication or to share with consulting clients.

  • Track legislation and state agency decisions pertinent to the organization’s policy priorities which may include, but is not limited to: attending legislative committee hearings; meeting with legislators, legislative staff, and state agency staff; and identifying and collaborating with key players on issues.

  • Use qualitative and quantitative sources to develop talking points, legislative reports and testimony to policymakers and advocates at the local and state levels.

  • Maintain contacts with organizations and individuals essential to assessing the scope of an issue or program, or who are current or potential consulting clients.

  • Maintain connection with civic leaders, public officials and professionals working on health, social and economic policy.

  • Assist in identifying and following through as appropriate on opportunities for the organization to provide fee-for-service consulting in accordance with its approved decision-making criteria.

  • Serve as a member of one or more projects or teams.

  • Assist in providing staff support for Board and volunteer committees.

  • Other tasks as assigned.

For more information: Full Job Description

Posted 4.3.19


Organization: The Ohio Justice & Policy Center

Title: Policy Director

Responsibilities:

  • Create and lead processes to set and refine OJPC’s public policy agenda based upon input

    from OJPC staff, project leaders and key external partners.

  • Cultivate and maintain strategic relationships among key policymakers and government

    leaders.

  • Communicate legislative, regulatory and policy reform opportunities relevant to OJPC’s

    mission and objectives and collaborate with staff to execute appropriate responses.

  • Collaborate with organizing partners to ensure accountability for OJPC’s policy agenda.

  • Craft internal and external advocacy documents that promote recommended solutions to

    criminal justice policy problems.

  • Create and execute communications and media strategy related to advocacy campaigns in

    collaboration with Communications Manager.

  • Speak before community groups and public bodies for both education and advocacy

    purposes.

  • Collaborate with the Development Director and other staff as needed to identify and

    secure foundation grants, donations and other funding to support OJPC’s policy

    advocacy.

  • Manage the budget allocated to policy advocacy and lobbying and ensure OJPC’s

    continued compliance with IRS lobbying limits.

For more information: Full Job Description

Posted 3.29.19


Organization: Sandy Hook Promise

Title: Ohio Field Associate

Responsibilities:

  • Work with ODE, school districts, and the Ohio School Outreach Coordinator to manage the following aspects of the event planning and execution: secure training locations, solidify logistical needs, assist with event registration, coordinate with district contacts leading up to the event, and assist with materials

  • Recruit and confirm from a pool of certified trainers and ensure they have proper transportation and lodging (if necessary), and have the necessary logistical details for each event

  • Work with ODE and districts to ensure schools are registered as a SAVE Promise Club prior to training implementation

  • Attend trainings to help with logistics and serve as an SHP ambassador

  • Help manage all tracking/metrics and work closely with ODE, the Ohio School Outreach Coordinator and SHP National Grant Manager to ensure reporting requirements are met and that districts have the proper tools to report and track progress

For more information: Full Job Description

Posted 2.20.19


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