There are currently 2 position(s) available.
- Develop the Center’s programming and ensure it meets the vision, mission and long range goals of the Center.
- Create and maintain a working partnership with the Board of Directors on strategic planning, policy development, human resources oversight, fund development, and financial management.
- Value a collaborative work environment and demonstrates strong team building acumen.
- Ensure a safe and inclusive space for all community members, partners, stakeholders, volunteers, clients, visitors, employees, and board members.
- Oversee implementation of the strategic plan and long-term trajectory.
- Deliver clear and concise instructions to supervised staff and follow guidelines and employee regulations.
- Serve as the chief liaison with other community organizations, government agencies, private funders and key constituent groups for strategic planning and fund development.
Fundraising and Development
- Oversee implementation of the strategic plan and long-term trajectory.
- Represent the Center and promote its mission and vision within the community at large.
- Conduct fundraising and development, including creating fundraising campaigns and a donor cultivation program.
- Work with local and national organizations serving the LGBTQ population.
- Serve as the continuing and consistent face of the fund development efforts in conjunction with Board efforts.
- Prepare and submit grant applications and funding proposals.
- Support the solicitation of corporate gifts in partnership with Board of Directors.
- Analyze and implement earned income strategies.
- Ensure donor and funder acknowledgment at all levels.
- Work with Board to request in-kind donations and other resources for the organization.
- Ensure adherence to the Center’s financial policies and procedures.
- Prepare and deliver a Center update and financial report at Board meetings.
- Develop and monitor Center budgets and ensure all expenditures have proper approval.
- Provide for proper fiscal record-keeping, reporting, and auditing.
- Submit financial reports or statements to the Board of Directors as appropriate or as required.
- Ensure compliance with funding sources and regulatory requirements.
- Maintain a work environment that attracts, retains and motivates a high quality staff.
- Multi-task complex projects in stressful situations.
- Implement Board-approved policies and suggests new policies and processes to the Board.
- Ensure proper and legal hiring and termination procedures; ensure supervision and evaluation of all staff and volunteers.
- Oversee Community Counseling and Wellness Program and other existing programming.
- Select and manage staff; ensure that job descriptions are developed, performance evaluations are held, and sound human resources practices are in place.
- Manage and facilitate timely disciplinary action when required.
- Evaluate the success of programming and make changes as appropriate.
- Coordinate the work of Center staff and volunteers to ensure Center activities are successful.
- Master’s Degree in business management, social sciences, or related fields preferred. Minimum Bachelor’s Degree, prior experience in a similar role for a nonprofit may be used in lieu of a degree.
- Extensive knowledge of LGBTQ programs and issues impacting the community.
- Minimum five years of experience working in a nonprofit organization with a Board of Directors.
- Prior experience as an Executive Director or similar leadership role.
- Substantial working knowledge of nonprofit fiscal management, including fund accounting, government grants, and budgeting.
- Proven experience in the raising of private, public, and foundational capital.
- Experience working with a diverse community and building strong cultures within organizations.
- Exceptional oral and written communication skills.
- Demonstrated ability in public speaking and interpersonal relations.
- Working understanding and ability to effectively articulate lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer issues.
- Demonstrated understanding of intersecting identities.
- Established strategic planning.
- Solid financial skills and GAAP understanding.
Reports to: Executive Director
Compensation: FTE, Salaried, Benefited Position
- Conduct general accounting and financial bookkeeping using Quickbooks and the accrual basis of accounting.
- Create weekly, monthly, quarterly and annual journal entries as well as adjusting entries as needed.
- Prepare weekly bank deposits. Manage petty cash receipts.
- Monthly closing procedures, bank and credit card reconciliation, preparation of monthly financial statements for Executive Director and Board Members.
- Preparation of monthly cash flow projections.
- Accounts Payable: including account and class coding, check runs, and discrepancy resolution.
- Accounts Receivable: creation of invoices for products and project services, processing payments and collection. Process claims for sales tax reimbursements. Process all donations received.
- Payroll processing through Quickbooks’ Assisted Payroll service.
- Work with auditors to conduct annual audit and make necessary corrections to accounting records.
- Manage benefits, including withholding and deposit of employee contributions and employer match to retirement accounts, tracking of accrual and use of employee personal time off (PTO), liaise with insurance broker to manage health and dental insurance policies, etc.
- Manage insurance policies including Worker’s compensation, General Liability and Directors and Officers policies. File claims when necessary.
- Setup vendor accounts, research products, price negotiation, ongoing communications to resolve issues with billings and receipt of service.
- Office upkeep and acquisition of office supplies. Responsible for contacting service providers for equipment and office maintenance.
- Assisting with preparation and maintenance of the annual organizational budget.
- Assisting with preparation of annual nonprofit tax return, form 990.
- Maintaining schedules of asset depreciation and liability amortization.
- Assist with special event planning.
- Provide executive support to the Executive Director and Board of Directors as needed.
- Other duties and assigned.
- 3+ years of mid-level administrative, office management and bookkeeping experience.
- Thorough knowledge of Quickbooks and Excel.
- Must be able to maintain confidences.
- Stellar organizational skills. Attention to detail and high level of accuracy.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including strong organizational and interpersonal skills.
- Professional and able to manage multiple tasks and deadlines.
- Must be a strong problem-solver and decision maker.
This is a 40 hour/week position with benefits. Paid bi-weekly at a rate of $33,000 - $37,000, annually, DOE. 10am – 6 pm M-F schedule preferred, but negotiable.
The Utah Pride Center is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and a community-based organization that provides support, education, outreach and advocacy for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer individuals and their allies, through programs, services and resources. Qualified persons are encouraged to apply regardless of their religious affiliation, race, age, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, or disability.