Leadership Programs Alumni Job Board

Looking for an opportunity to flex your leadership skills? Listed below are opportunities for local nonprofit organizations that are looking for leaders like you to join their staff.

Accounting Manager - Arizona Community Foundation
OrganizationArizona Community Foundation
StatusFull Time
Reports ToController
Business UnitFinancial Services
Nature of WorkThis is a full time exempt position that functions as part of the Arizona Community Foundation (ACF) Financial Services Team, a group of professionals dedicated to providing excellent service to ACF donors, grantees, staff and professional advisors by maintaining the highest level of clearly stated, timely and accurate financial records. The Accounting Manager supervises staff and accounting processes, ensuring proper financial reporting in accordance with GAAP and IRS compliance requirements.
Essential Job FunctionsReview general ledger account reconciliations and assist with reconciliations as needed

Review and post all revenue, gift, accounts payable, grant, and scholarship transactions

Lead and provide oversight for monthly, quarterly and year-end financial closes and related reporting

Manage annual financial and compliance audits

Reconcile submodules and schedules to the general ledger

Assist with any other accounting issues and reporting as needed

Perform ad hoc account analyses and special projects as delegated by management

Maintain appropriate internal controls and collaborate on proper design of work flows
Knowledge or SkillsTo succeed in this role, the candidate should possess the following:

*Required Experience and Skills*
Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting

CPA Certification

Minimum of 7 years of accounting experience

Demonstrated progressive supervisory experience

Ability to research and draw conclusions on complex transactions and apply accounting standards

Knowledge of large automated financial and accounting reporting systems

Strong technology skills, including high-level expertise with Microsoft Excel

Deep understanding of internal controls and accounting theory

Ability to manage projects and meet deadlines

Strong problem-solving and analytical skills

Detail-oriented

Strong interpersonal skills and customer service background

Ability to lead and motivate others and establish team-based outcomes

Strong communication skills, verbal and written

Excellent presentation and organization skills

Ability to adapt to and guide others through a dynamic work environment

Appreciation of cultural diversity and inclusion and an organizational mission geared toward the common good

*Preferred Experience and Skills*
Nonprofit and fund accounting experience

Experience with MicroEdge FIMS, Blackbaud Financial Edge, or comparable accounting software
To ApplyPlease send your cover letter and resume to acfhr@azfoundation.org. Phone calls are not accepted, but all properly submitted resumes will be acknowledged.
Philanthropic Services Assistant - Arizona Community Foundation
OrganizationArizona Community Foundation
StatusFull Time
Reports ToSr. Vice President - Planned Giving and Advancement
Business UnitPhilanthropic Services
Nature of WorkThis position provides administrative support for the Philanthropic Services Unit. This position requires an individual who manages multiple tasks simultaneously, possesses grace and composure under pressure, interacts with all staff positively in a fast-paced environment, solves problems creatively, takes initiative, attends to details, anticipates needs and responds nimbly to unforeseen circumstances. The Philanthropic Services Assistant must be flexible, exceptionally well organized, proactive, efficient, possess a high level of professional maturity, the ability to provide exceptional customer service to ACF’s broad constituency, and maintain complete confidentiality. Strong written and verbal communication skills, strong decision-making ability and the skill set to track multiple activities are essential. Incumbent must learn or possess detailed knowledge of the Foundation’s operations, procedures, products and services and personnel.
Essential Job FunctionsManages, prioritizes and organizes the Sr. PS staff calendars as needed, schedules activities and special events, and expense reports. Must understand pacing and prioritization for scheduling.

Coordinates, schedules, attends and supports departmental, strategy team and committee meetings. Prepares and distributes agendas, notices, reports, minutes and resolutions for corporate meetings using Board Max and other means. Maintains historical records of minutes and organizational policies.

Handles administrative and clerical duties in the Philanthropic Services Unit, including data entry, document retention, filing, copying, correspondence, scanning and internal/external communications. Sorts and logs donor/supporting organization mail received and forwards all mail received at ACF Central Office. Carries out work assignments for members of the Philanthropic Services Unit.

Handles calls and inquiries for the Philanthropic Services Unit involving Board of Directors members, donors, and community members. Provide exemplary customer service to ACF donors in partnership with assigned relationship managers.

Assist in aspects of event planning for donors, prospects and professional advisors

Participate in the ACF relationship management system to track donor and prospect contacts in Salesforce.

Provides technical support to donors/nonprofit fund holders registered on the ACF website (i.e. log in/password information/help with creating and navigating profiles).

Backs up Scholarship Assistant, Receptionist and the Executive Assistant on an as needed basis.
Knowledge or SkillsBachelor’s degree or equivalent preferred, Associates degree or 1 year of previous office experience required.

General working knowledge of the Arizona non-profit community preferred.

Experience in account management or working with a range of clients preferred.

Passionate about customer service (both internal and external).

Ability to work with minimal supervision, take initiative and design and implement processes.

Strong technology and software skills including word processing, spreadsheet usage, presentation design, database familiarity, and basic troubleshooting. Experience with Microsoft Office products required. Experience with SalesForce or other CRM system and WebEx desired. Ability to learn new technologies such as Wrike, Docuphase, Docusign and Zavanta.

Outstanding written and oral communication skills; research skills; ability to analyze, think critically and explain alternatives clearly.

Ability to work as part of a professional team with enthusiasm and commitment.

Meticulous organizational skills, attention to detail and ability to manage several projects simultaneously.

Ability to work with sensitive information and maintain complete confidentiality.
Other RequirementsThis position functions in an office environment. The ability to operate general office equipment, including computer, iPads, mobile apps, fax machines, scanners, copiers, postal machines, etc. is required.
Major AccountabilitiesProfessional and effective interaction with internal and external constituencies, including via telephone, email and in person.

Exercise sound judgment and decision making in safeguarding confidentiality of sensitive information and relationships.

Accurate and timely follow up and preparation of minutes and correspondence.

Works independently with minimal supervision.

Represent the Arizona Community Foundation in a positive manner.
To ApplyPlease send cover letter and résumé to acfhr@azfoundation.org
Scholarship Assistant - Arizona Community Foundation
OrganizationArizona Community Foundation
StatusNon-Exempt
Reports ToEducation and Scholarships Director
Business UnitPhilanthropic Services
Nature of WorkThe Scholarship Assistant is primarily responsible for assisting in the scholarship application and renewal processes, communicating with students, parents and schools. The position will provide administrative and programmatic support for the scholarship department in a team environment to help meet the organization’s goals and objectives.
Essential Job FunctionsScholarship duties:

Serve as a primary contact for online scholarship software questions.

Prepare scholarship applications for selection committees.

Prepare and conduct scholarship renewal process.

Prepare documentation to produce scholarship award checks. Mail checks and manage follow up.

Notify applicants of receipt/denial of scholarship awards.

Process terms of agreement forms.

Respond to general scholarship questions via email and phone.

Prepare reports for donors/ACF employees regarding scholarships awarded.

Serve as a representative of ACF at events, presentations and conferences related to scholarships and education.

Manage filing.

Prepare materials for external meetings.

Assist with calendar management for department.

Public policy monitoring and possible research.

Create presentations using Microsoft Power Point.

Other administrative duties as they arise.
Knowledge or SkillsTo successfully perform the essential functions of this position, a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent is preferred, or at least 1 year office work experience. Computer literacy should include Microsoft Office Suite and web-based software applications. The ability to learn proprietary software, FIMS, Academic Works, Wrike, Salesforce, is required. Any experience with these software programs is preferred, but not required. Good organizational and communication skills, both verbal and written with internal and external clients. Be detail oriented and maintain a high level of accuracy, dependability and organizational skills. The ability to multi-task and adjust to changing deadlines. Work effectively in a team environment with a willingness to assist team members. Actively participate in process improvement and promote a collaborative work environment. Bilingual in Spanish is a plus.
Other RequirementsThis position functions in an office environment. The ability to interact with visitors and coworkers in a pleasant and professional manner is a priority. Candidate must be able to operate general office equipment to include computers, facsimile, copier, scanner, etc. Ability to lift 50 lbs.
Major AccountabilitiesOrganize the Scholarship program application processes and records.

Work with students and schools to administer awards.

Excellent customer service skills and the ability to interact well with others.

Provide administrative support to Scholarship department.

Represent the Arizona Community Foundation in a positive and professional manner.
To ApplyPlease send cover letter and résumé to acfhr@azfoundation.org
Southwest Airlines - Bilingual Customer Service Representatives
OrganizationSouthwest Airlines
PositionBilingual Customer Service Representatives
At Southwest Airlines we connect People to what’s important in their lives - that also
means connecting our Employees to what’s important in their lives! Our Employees
value the opportunity to work hard, be creative, and have fun on the job.
Employees also enjoy great WorkPerks such as free travel privileges, casual dress code,
ProfitSharing, an incredible 401(k) match, and great health benefits including medical,
dental, and vision.
Apply online at www.southwest.com/careers.