COMPENSATION: $12.00-14.00 hr
Do you enjoy working with your hands instead of staring at a computer screen? Do playing guitar hero?
We are seeking a handful of reliable individuals to come work with us in our warehouse. The primary activity will be working on our sorting line, where you man a moving conveyor belt tossing your assigned glass color into a shoot, much like playing guitar hero (as we’ve been told by current associates). Additional responsibilities include processing product to be made ready for sale, assisting with projects throughout the warehouse, including maintaining our truck fleet (cleaning and inventory checks). General cleanup of warehouse and yard is required after every shift.
Additional work is available for anyone who is handy with tools and enjoys assembling equipment.
Monday – Friday
9am – 5pm
- Sort glass on an elevated platform with conveyor system
- Process products to be made ready for sale
- Complete basic cleaning and maintenance on fleet as directed
- Assist with cleaning and organizing the warehouse and storage yard as directed
- Report equipment malfunctions or breakdowns to your supervisor.
- Assist others with lifting heavy equipment, supplies, etc.
- Ensure that any equipment you used is cleaned and properly stored at the end of a shift.
- Must be able to stand 6-8 hrs/day
- Must be able to pass an eye color test
- Recent warehouse/sorting line experience preferred but not necessary
- Must be able to pass a drug screen and background check
- Steel toed shoes/boots are required for most shifts and are the responsibility of the employee to provide
Please complete our job application and submit to email@example.com
We Don’t Waste is the premier food recovery nonprofit in the Denver Metro Area whose mission is to support the community and the environment by reclaiming and redistributing quality food to those in need.
The Development Director’s role is to develop, direct, and manage the strategy and implementation of all fundraising activities for We Don’t Waste. The position is responsible for generating the organization’s annual revenue goals through individual donor engagement, foundation and corporate support, and strong public relations. They will oversee development and marketing-related staff and high-level volunteers, and work closely with the Executive Director, who works as a key part of the development team. The Development Director is someone with splendid follow-up, graceful persistence, and focused work ethic. The ideal candidate possesses strong and clear writing skills and exceptional relationship and management aptitude. This is a unique opportunity to work at the center of an innovative and challenging organization with large growth potential.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Lead all development efforts of We Don’t Waste
- Develop annual fundraising plan including SMART goals, clear objectives, and tactical plans with timelines, processes, and tasks
- Prepare and manage the fundraising income and expense including monthly reporting, quarterly projections and year-end planning
- Supervise development-related staff, contractors, interns, and volunteers
- Assist Chair of We Don’t Waste Development Committee
- Oversee grants pipeline including calendar, research, application, and reporting
- Cultivate individual gifts and manage the stewardship of key donors through a systematic process of prospect identification, cultivation, solicitation, acknowledgment, and stewardship
- Oversee research of prospective individual, corporate and foundation donors
- Develop fundraising cultivation and stewardship strategies for events
- Oversee development of marketing and fundraising materials
- Ensure proper database management of Salesforce, including confidentiality, accuracy, and timely updates and entry of donor records.
- Ensure timely and accurate acknowledgement of donor gifts, concerns and requests
- Conduct We Don’t Waste tours and lead site visits with foundation program officers, individual donors, and other prospects
- Work with program staff to track evaluation and outcomes for use in grants and other fundraising activities
- Assist the Executive Director in creating and implementing a culture of fundraising throughout the organization
REQUIRED JOB SKILLS, EXPERIENCES, AND QUALIFICATIONS:
- Proven aptitude in the field of fundraising and development (work and/or education experience)
- Knowledge and experience in individual donor cultivation, corporate solicitations, fundraising strategy development, and grant research and writing
- Strong management ability, including ability to manage up
- Highly coachable can take feedback and run with it
- Strong written, verbal, and public speaking communication skills
- Highly organized and able to create and oversee organizational systems
- Self-starter and persistent with flexible and willing attitude
- Display a positive attitude, show concern for people and community, demonstrate presence, self-confidence, common sense and good listening ability
- Perform other related duties as required.
PREFERRED JOB SKILLS, EXPERIENCES, AND QUALIFICATIONS:
- Proven track record fundraising for budgets over $500,000
- Knowledge of and passion for food systems, food access, food recovery and sustainability
- Previous experience with use of Salesforce or equivalent CRM database
- Digital design and/or Web experience, including Adobe Creative Suite and WordPress
- Website development, social media, or other ability to create compelling visual and web identity
- Experience managing fundraising campaigns
- Bachelor’s degree in a related field
- 3-5 years’ minimum experience in professional fundraising
Interested parties must submit a resume and letter of intent addressing the applicant’s desire to obtain the position to Arlan@wedontwaste.org with the subject line: Development Director Application
To Learn more about We Don’t Waste visit: wedontwaste.org
The National Recycling Coalition (NRC) is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization established in 1978 in New York State. The Mission of the NRC is to partner with and facilitate activities between and among non-profit organizations (NGOs), businesses, trade associations, individuals and government to maintain a prosperous and productive American recycling system that is committed to the conservation of natural resources.
Position: Executive Director
Contract Terms: $25,000 for six months plus up to $10,000 for travel/expenses (subject to availability of funds, with potential for renewal/extension thereafter)
Closing Date: None-the search will continue until filled
NRC seeks a highly effective communicator and strategic thinker with dynamic leadership skills to fill the role of an Executive Director. This person will demonstrate a strong analytical, multi-tasking, and organizational ability to oversee multiple programs and events within the NRC while providing strong management skills with the ability to offer vision, plan, and problem solve creatively.
Cover letters, resumes, references, and inquiries are accepted electronically only. Correspondence should be directed to Mark Lichtenstein, NRC Executive Director Search Committee Chair at firstname.lastname@example.org. For questions, call (202) 618-2107.
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