Job Title: Development Manager (Full-Time, Exempt)
The Development Manager will have a broad understanding of all types of development, marketing, and fundraising for non-profit organizations. The successful candidate will understand the history of Thomas Dunn Learning Center (TDLC), the people we serve, and the financial needs of the organization, while embracing our mission and goals. The Development Manager will be committed to excellence and high standards. The candidate will be able to manage multiple priorities, lead, plan, and execute major and monthly gift programs, grant writing, and fundraising initiatives. The Development Manager is supervised by the Executive Director, may supervise support staff, and will collaborate with the Young Professionals Board of TDLC.
Qualified candidates should submit a cover letter with hours available and salary requirements to email@example.com
Thomas Dunn Learning Center employs AmeriCorps VISTA’s, St. Louis Youth Jobs/MERS Goodwill youth, AARP employees, and provides community service hours to high school youth and the court system. Please continue to check back for listings.
Job Title: Youth Program Manager (Full Time - Exempt)
The Youth Program Manager will be charged with effectively managing all youth programs and activities at Thomas Dunn Learning Center. This position will entail working approximately 40 hours per week. Work hours will vary depending on the program, activity, or event, and may include evenings and weekends.
The Youth Program Manager is responsible for the success of the current programs, potential new programs and all related duties:
Compassion, support, encouragement, and acceptance of the young people in our region, particularly those who are 13 to 22-years-old.
Continued understanding of the issues that face the teens we serve, their developmental process, and best practices to serve them.
Work closely with schools and other youth providers in the area to bring our programs and requirements in alignment with other efforts in the area
Build relationships with teenagers outside of Thomas Dunn Learning Center as well as those who participate in our programs, assuring that they are connected to relevant programs and resources
Cultivate and maintain professional relationships with funding agencies, community partners, and other stakeholders
Develop, implement, and manage a practicum student/internship program
Ability to work independently with strong organizational skills and manage multiple projects
Community Outreach ability that is positive, enthusiastic, and team-oriented
Excellent interpersonal skills including public speaking, listening, written, and non-verbal communication
Ability to use Microsoft Office suite. Graphics/marketing software is a plus
A minimum of an undergraduate degree and three years of work related experience
The ability to reasonably lift, squat, climb stairs, and stand for periods of time
Culturally competent and have a love for the growth and development of all people
Cover letter and resumes are being accepted through July 21st at Paula@tdunn.org with the position starting in August .