Join our team of passionate, high-performing professionals whose goal is to break the cycle of poverty in Dallas!
The position is ideal for a Senior Development Manager or Development Director with the capacity to generate new revenue and lead a talented team that will help take Interfaith Family Services to the next level. Interfaith is a data-driven organization that empowers families in crisis to break the cycle of poverty in a unique and effective way. Position includes competitive salary and annual bonus, 401K with match, 4 weeks of paid vacation a year, and on-site childcare with employee discount. Minimum qualifications include 5 years of fundraising experience with the three years or more of management experience.
To achieve this goal, the CDO will be responsible for raising and maintaining a $3 million annual budget. CDO will also be responsible for identifying new partners and securing over $125,000 in new annual funding for Adopt-A-Family partners and elevating annual giving by $75,000 annual through mid-level donor cultivation. Additionally, the CDO will need to effectively manage development team members who are responsible for managing a robust grants program, two annual events (Golf Tournament & Annual Luncheon), annual giving campaigns, corporate giving, and individual giving. The CDO will also oversee our volunteer and marketing efforts as well. The ideal candidate would be highly organized with a unique balance of excellent communication and salesmanship as well as strong administrative and project management skills. Interested parties should submit their resume and salary requirements to (email). Salary requirements must be submitted for consideration of employment.
Reports to: Chief Executive Officer
Children’s Teacher provides guidance and instruction to middle & high school-aged children in a therapeutic and traditional academic learning environment in the afterschool, evening, and all-day summer programs. Teachers also administer educational and social assessments. Develop and implement behavior and management tools for the program. Individual will be responsible for administering their children’s educational and social assessments.
Collaborate with staff through sharing of ideas and solutions in order to develop and implement classroom behavior and management tools for the program.
Reports To: Children's Director
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The infant, toddler, or Preschool teacher is responsible for all aspects of the care & education for the children enrolled in his/her class. Responsibilities may include but are not limited to the following: physical care giving, developmental assessments, following an age-appropriate curricular plan, and facilitation of supportive relationships director, co-workers, parents, and students. The infant/toddler teacher is accountable for knowing state licensing requirements.
Reports to: Children's Director