From time to time we get local job listings from organizations here in the Ozarks Region. Some of these positions are paid while others are volunteer positions. We encourage you to look through the current list of available jobs.
Founded in 1991 and located in Springfield, Missouri, The Doula Foundation is a nonprofit organization committed to being a source of emotional care, advocacy, and comfort for mothers and their families during pregnancy, childbirth, and early parenthood. The services we provide ease the physical and emotional challenges of childbirth, encourage the bond between parent and child, and provide a sense of empowerment to new and soon-to-be parents.
The board of directors is looking for a mission-focused, strategic leader with experience in leading an organization. The Executive Director's key functions will include:
Education and Work Experience Requirements:
Commensurate with experience and qualifications
Send cover letter and resume by December 3, 2015 to firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline to Apply: Until Filled
Job Summary: The Director of Communications will work to effectively increase marketing and multi-media efforts of Community Partnership of the Ozarks, Inc. to increase awareness about the organization and its programs/services within the communities that we serve.
Skills and Abilities:
Reporting Structure: The Director of Communications reports to the Executive Director.
The Council of Churches of the Ozarks, seeks an enthusiastic, personable and professional person to fill the position of Human Resource and Administrative Specialist. Job responsibilities include but not limited to providing administrative assistance to the Executive Director and Board of Directors, and provide administrative and clerical tasks specific to Human Resources functions for the Council of Churches of the Ozarks.
The position provides a variety of administrative support functions in support of HR and the executive staff. The successful incumbent will be self-motivated, have excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to build professional relationships. Individual must have the ability to work independently and also as an effective and engaged team member in a fast-paced environment. Strong initiative and follow through is essential for this job. The ability to maintain confidentiality and to operate in the role with the highest of ethical standards and professionalism are required.
The ideal candidate will be a high-energy individual with exceptional organizational and interpersonal skills, computer skills, and a high level of confidence working with current computer and communication tools. Successful candidate must possess a commitment to serve and support the mission of the Council of Churches of the Ozarks. A bachelor’s degree is preferred with experience working for a faith-based non-profit.
This is a full-time position with competitive pay and benefits. Qualified candidates should submit their résumé and cover letter by November 13, 2015 to the Human Resources Department, Council of Churches of the Ozarks, P.O. Box 3947, Springfield, MO 65808, or email email@example.com. No phone calls please.
The Council of Churches of the Ozarks is an equal opportunity employer. Applicant must successfully complete a drug screen and background investigation.
The Humane Society of Southwest Missouri (HSSWMo) is the leading southern Missouri open admission shelter, and is committed to saving adoptable dogs and cats. We are seeking an Executive Director (ED) with a passion for the cause to manage all public presence and relations, administrative, operational, financial, and fund development activities.
The right candidate is a leader, able to interact well with varied individuals and groups, and to bring people together. The candicate will foster teamwork among staff, volunteers, rescue groups, the public, and others, to develop a cohesive and positive customer service and animal oriented team. The candidate will be a self-starter and quick learner, able to solve problems, and to develop short and long term goals and a strategic plan to achieve those goals. The candidate will be a public figure with excellent interpersonal, communications, and public relations skills, be articulate, well spoken, persuasive in communicating the organization’s “cause” & “vision”, and at ease in speaking to the media, in public venues, and to community organizations. The candidate will have a history of involvement in community and community organizations.
Requirements include a 4 year degree, a minimum of 3-5 years in senior management of a profit or non-profit agency, proven experience as a leader with competencies in management, administration, operations, strategic planning, marketing, membership development, fundraising, finance and budgeting, human resources, communications and public speaking, and relationship development, with personal integrity and a commitment to the animals. Experience in an animal welfare organization is desirable.
Deadline for receiving application: November 15, 2015. Submit a letter of interest, resume and a minimum of 3 references with addresses and contact telephone number, and any questions, to: email: EDSearch@swh.org
We are hiring a Community Outreach Development Associate at Habitat for Humanity of Springfield, Missouri. Both the job description and the required application form are located on our website.
Community Outreach Development Associate
PRIMARY PURPOSE OF JOB: The Community Outreach Development Associate is fully committed to the mission of Habitat for Humanity as set forth in the affiliate covenant and works with the Development Director and in collaboration with other Directors to establish connections in the community for Neighborhood Revitalization and to secure financial support for program activities.
To apply for the Community Outreach Development Associate position, please submit a completed Application For Employment and resume to Brandi VanAntwerp, Development Director, by October 31, 2015.
Brandi VanAntwerp - Development Director
Section 3 applicants encouraged to apply.