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Grants & Program Analyst - Cumberland Area Economic Development Corp.

Position: Grants & Program Analyst

Reports to: Chief Operating Officer

Purpose:

The Grants and Program Analyst is the administrator for CAEDC’s financing arm including loans, programs and grants and the Cumberland County Industrial Development Authority (CCIDA). CAEDC is the designated administrator for the CCIDA. This position acts as the credit analyst for all financing decisions working through an appointed Loan Committee.

Essential Functions:

· Administer loan portfolios by processing and tracking payments, mediate late payment and loan modifications, managing collection efforts on loans.

· Gather financial data and prepare analysis of financials provided by loan prospects.

· Review and analyze business plans, applications and financial data to determine recommendation for best program that will have the highest chance for successful approval.

· Act as credit analyst and support the loan committee.

· Act as administrator for the CCIDA, including minutes, financial reports, audit, grant administration and financing.

· Establish and maintain loan programs to include but not limited to: SBA-504, State Loans, CSBF-USDA and CDBF funding applications, CRELF, and TILF.

· Build and maintain relationships with other community lending and granting organizations and referral partners to include federal, state, or local agencies, banks and credit unions.

· Administer and appropriate grant funds according to regulations.

· Responsible for all internal and agency reporting, compliance reporting including grant close-outs.

· Process and code all non-loan payments received into appropriate system.

· Research and analyze financial worthiness, economic impact and relevance for programs, projects or grants.

· Represent the company at conferences and events.

· All other duties as assigned.

Decision Making:

May act within established policy and procedures.

Core Competencies:

Accountability / Responsibility

Cooperation / Teamwork

Dependability

Goal Orientation

Education:

Bachelor’s degree or equivalent from a four year college or university; or 4 years related experience and or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

Language Skills:

Ability to read, analyze, and interpret common scientific and technical journals, financial reports, and legal documents. Ability to respond to common inquiries or complaints from customers, regulatory agencies, or members of the business community. Ability to write speeches and articles for publication that conform to prescribed style and format. Ability to effectively present information to top management, public groups and/or boards of directors.

Mathematical Skills:

Very High Skills: Ability to apply advance mathematical concepts such as exponents, logarithms, quadratic equations and permutations. Ability to apply mathematical operations to such tasks as frequency distribution, determination of test reliability and validity, analysis of variance, correlation techniques, sampling theory, and factor analysis.

Reasoning Ability:

Very High Skills: Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions. Ability to interpret an extensive variety of technical instructions in mathematical or diagram form and deal with several abstract and concrete variables.

Certifications or Licenses:

Valid Driver’s License

Other Skills & Abilities:

Previous loan and portfolio management experience.

Previous grant writing and management experience.

Ability to research, analyze and interpret financial worthiness.

High understanding of generally accepted accounting principles.

Proficient with MS Office Applications and database management.

Ability to interact and communicate effectively with a diverse range of contacts.

Ability to maintain confidentiality and follow procedures designed to ensure protection of sensitive information.

Ability to manage time effectively without direct oversight and take initiative on projects.

Physical Environment:

Work requires regular operation of a motor vehicle. Working conditions varies from a typical office environment to business functions or meetings whether in an office setting or at an event venue (inside or outside). Work requires the ability to sit and stand throughout an extended work day (8-10 hours); position requires use of fingers, hands and arms on a consistent basis for keyboarding and phone work; position requires the ability to talk and hear; position may need to lift up to 25 pounds on occasion; excellent vision skills (with or without correction) are required. The noise level is consistent with a standard office.




Development Director - Family Promise of Harrisburg Capital Region

Our Organization:
Family Promise of Harrisburg Capital Region (FPHCR) is a nonprofit agency to serve families who recently lost their homes. We are one of over 180 Family Promise affiliates in 39 states. Over 110,000 volunteers serve in Family Promise affiliates nationwide. Each Family Promise affiliate operates a program called an Interfaith Hospitality Network (IHN).

Job Objective:
To secure revenue to help FPHCR achieve its mission by developing and implementing a fund raising strategy that includes, but is not limited to, annual appeals, fund raising events, and grants.

Accountability:
The Development Director is accountable to the Network Director and works closely with the Fund Development committee to ensure a positive, mission-oriented tone to all revenue generation.

Responsibilities:
1.    Strategy Development:
-    Plan and execute the organization's annual and long-term fund development plans, including cultivation of strategic relationships with key community leaders, foundations, corporate giving representatives, and individual donors to ensure that the organization remains visible, relevant, and in an optimal position to receive grant monies as appropriate.
-    Lead Board of Directors in fund raising development activities, Fund Development Committee, event committees, grant writing committee, and other volunteer committees that support fund raising strategies.
-    Recruit, train, manage, mentor, recognize, and retain fund raising volunteers.
-    Develop, manage, and recommend an annual budget for fund raising initiatives, providing regular income and expense reporting in communication with Finance Committee.
-    Identify and reach benchmarks to ensure financial stability of position and program.
-    Develop and implement timely schedule of appeals.

2.    Donor and Fund Cultivation:
-    Identify, cultivate, solicit, and steward donors.
-    Analyze active donors to develop understanding of giving history with the purpose of identifying the most promising major donors.
-    Participate in public events, speaking engagements, exhibits, workshops, promotions, and conferences to increase awareness of and revenue for FPHCR.
-    Create plan for retention and growth of each donor that builds and nurtures donor relationships through personal contact that will serve as a foundational communication and marketing plan for each person. Design individual goals for each person on qualified caseloads based on the donor?s history of giving and the research knowledge of that donor's capacity. Personal and ask plans will take into account the individual donor?s interests, passions, motivations, giving patterns, capacity, and ask preferences. This position will be responsible for holding face-to-face donor visits.
-    Collaborate with the Board and the Network Relations Committee to enhance work in Network congregations in order to reach out to individuals for major gifts, while at the same time recommend opportunities for congregational giving.

3.    Administrative Duties:
-    Maintain current and accurate donor data using FPForce system.
-    Accept gifts on behalf of FPHCR, ensuring all gifts are promptly receipted and thank you letters accurately and efficiently processed.
-    Maintain calendar of fund raising events, internal and external, and execute events with appropriate individuals as needed.
-    Maintain comprehensive schedule of grant opportunities, deadlines, and reporting requirements.
-    Develop fund raising content for FPHCR communication vehicles.
-    Lead FPHCR's print and electronic communications, social media planning efforts, and ensure timely development and release of informative content as related to building and maintaining our positive community image and alignment to the goals of our fund raising, grant, and community relationship efforts.
-    Will perform administrative duties, which include preparing reports and project plans for donors and prospects; establish metrics and report regularly to Board of Directors the status of the portfolio; identify and report on meaningful measurements of the community benefit of FPHCR fund raising programs; see that database information is timely and accurate, and complete weekly contact reports for the Network Director.

Environment:
-    This is a highly responsible professional position providing service that is beneficial to homeless families with children that we serve.
-    This position will work from their home office. The successful candidate MUST reside in the Harrisburg Capital Region. Relocation is not provided, and heavy travel throughout the region is required.  Limited travel to other Family Promise events or networking outside of the region may be required.
-    Can work flexible hours as is appropriate to best meet job requirements, which may include day, evening and weekend hours as appropriate.
-    Duties are performed with a high degree of independence under the supervision of the Network Director.


Minimum Qualifications:
Experience in fund raising with non-profits or church organizations. Valid State of Pennsylvania driver's license and clean driving record.  Fluent in technical skills related to Microsoft Office, Word, Excel, Outlook, Presentation software, and internet research. Proven verbal, written, organizational, and people skills. Proven professionalism, flexible communication styles, and demonstrated ability to work with individuals from diverse backgrounds required. Must possess good problem solving skills, have analytical ability, and positive attitude for motivation. Demonstrated ability to work independently, work under supervision, and work in a team-based and goal-oriented environment. Prefer experience in writing grants and track record of grant awards.

Education and Experience Required:
Bachelor's degree in communications, marketing, or related business discipline and 3 or more years of fund raising/development experience - or - Associate Degree in communications, marketing, or related business discipline and 5 or more years of fund raising/development experience - or - High School diploma or GED with 10 or more years of fund raising or development experience and post-secondary training in the field.

Skills Needed:
-    Communication: ability to make presentations to large groups and communicate effectively in both written and oral form.
-    Planning and organizational: ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously.
-    Interpersonal: ability to work effectively with a wide range of people.
-    Leadership: ability to make decisions, solve problems, and delegate tasks and responsibilities.
-    Technology: ability to communicate through e-mail, use computer programs (Word, PowerPoint, Excel), and other office machines (fax, copier, etc.).

Working Hours:  Minimum of 40 hours per week. Coordinate 1day/week to work out of our Day Center.

Salary: Based on experience, minimum experience targeted $35,000/year with bonus potential

To apply, please send all the following documents to fphcrdirector@gmail.com by September 12, 2014:
-    A cover letter expressing your interest in our organization and how your experience matches our needs/requirements. Please include your current (or most recent) salary information, minimum salary requirement, availability for further discussion, and your preference for contact (email or phone).
-    A resume including appropriate work experience, dates of employment, specific applicable training, and education.
-    Three (3) references, stating the relationship, years known, and contact information (including email and phone).

Contact:
Family Promise of Harrisburg Capital Region
Kristina Marshall
525 Hummel Ave.
Lemoyne, PA 17043
737-1100
fphcrdirector@gmail.com
http://www.familypromisehcr.org





Various Positions - Sam's Club

Today, we are 625 clubs strong and growing. Whether our members are small business owners shopping for products for their business, or the head of a household shopping for a family, we aim to provide them with solutions that save them money and time while taking steps toward helping the environment too. In sum, we work to help our members live better every day. If you are motivated and enthusiastic and want to be part of this unique retail experience, read more about the career opportunities waiting for you at Sam's Club.

The Mechanicsburg club is scheduled to open Fall 2014.

Opportunities include:

GROCERY
Dry Grocery, Produce & Bakery Associates

SPECIALTY
Meat Cutters & Cake Decorators

FRONT END
Cashiers, Cart Attendants, Member Services,
People Greeters & Lead Check-Out Supervisor

TEAM LEADS
Various Department Leads

SALES
Sales Floor & Wireless Sales Associates

OVERNIGHT
Team Lead (Hourly Supervisor), Stockers & Unloaders

MEMBERSHIP/MARKETING (Sales and Member Service)
Membership Champions & Member Service Associates


For more information on how you can become a part of the great Sam's Club team, please visit our hiring center.

Sam's Club #4994 Hiring Center
4 Flowers Drive
Mechanicsburg, PA 17055

Or apply online at www.samsclub.com/careers and specify interest in Club #4994.

Sam's Club is an Equal Opportunity Employer




Business Manager - Angel Home Solutions

Angel Home Solutions is seeking a part-time Business Manager.

Do you have computer experience, marketing experience,
good organizational skills, and are reliable?

We'd love to hear from you.
 
Contact Karen Trynoski at (717) 773-1340 or email ktrynoski@yahoo.com




CAREGiver

Job Description


Home Instead Senior Care is a non-medical agency that provides: 
* Companionship 
* Meal preparation 
* Light housekeeping 
* Medication reminders 
* Personal care

We are seeking individuals that have a positive work history, compassion for the elderly and are extremely dependable.

Part-time shifts available for days, evenings and overnights in both the Cumberland and Perry County areas.

Applicants must have a valid driver's license, auto insurance and will be subject to a criminal background check.

Please visit our website at www.homeinstead.com/242 to fill out an application.

For more information, please call (717) 731-9984.


Contact Information

Business Name: HOME INSTEAD SENIOR CARE
Contact: Lindsay Carbone
Street: 5002 LENKER ST., SUITE 101
City/State/Zip: MECHANICSBURG, PA 17050
Local Phone: 731-9984
Email: lindsay.carbone@homeinstead.com
Website Address: http://www.homeinstead.com/242