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Open Door Mission Foundation
Donor Relations Manager
Donor Relations Primary point of contact for Direct Mail vendor Approve outsourced social media and print copy. Handle all data pulls, direct mail billing, monthly reports and track campaign results Schedule all resource interviews and photography for direct mail marketing. Engage in prospect research and prospect donor data pulls. Work in partnership with staff throughout the agency to identify and develop donor recognition opportunities. Responsible for content and production of internally produced donor newsletter Work with Major Gift Officer to develop and implement stewardship strategies that strengthen long term relationships with major donors. Plan, manage and execute large meetings and events that advance donor involvement, cultivation and stewardship for major gifts. Public Relations/Communication Initial point of contact for all publicity and public relations events and media communication. Update content on website Coordinate, photograph and write copy for social media sites and website. Respond to questions and forward all volunteer applications from website to appropriate personnel. Event Coordination Oversee fundraising events held on campus and off campus. Coordinate details of events such as food, décor, and venue. Gather, write, photograph and coordinate the compilation of printed materials. Assist with preparing budgets and provide periodic progress reports to staff. Coordinate the modification of event contract.
Required: Degree in Marketing or Business and 5 years experience. Experience maybe substituted for education.
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The Harris Center for Mental Health and IDD
Crisis Call Diversion Phone Counselor
The Harris Center Phone Counselor will receive mental health related calls that come through 911 who are not at imminent risk of harm to self or others; complete a full risk assessment; conduct crisis intervention; provide information about community services; provide community referrals when appropriate and give telephone support to callers.
Candidates must have bachelor’s degree in Psychology, Sociology, Social Work or other human service related course of study. Telephonic or field based crisis intervention experience preferred. Customer service and call center background are helpful. Knowledge of The Harris Center crisis services is required. Bilingual Spanish preferred but not required.
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