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Culture in the community program director / fundraising director

Company Name:
Arca24.com
Start date: 2014-10-17T11:44:17.867
Salary period: Annual
Company Description: Located in Cape Girardeau, Missouri, CENET: Cultural Exchange Network is a non-profit organization dedicated to cultural and international exchange. CENET is designated by the United States Department of State as a J-1 Exchange Visitor Visa sponsor and administers International Intern, International Trainee, and Summer Work Travel Programs for non-U.S. students as well as operates The Magellan Exchange, a university consortium offering student and faculty exchanges both within the United States and abroad. In addition, CENET offers the Culture in the Community program, which brings international education to local classrooms and youth summer camps. For more information, please visit and . Responsibilities: Manage and market the Culture in the Community Program, including the Culture in the Classroom and GO Camp initiatives.Build relationships with local school teachers and administrators to identify opportunities for and to design tailor-made Culture in the Classroom visits.Recruit international students/community members to visit local classrooms and engage with students.Manage and promote GO Camp.Conduct outreach to local businesses for the purposes of fundraising for Culture in the Community activities.Identify, define, and develop funding sources to support existing and planned program activities as well as coordinate the development, writing, and submission of grant proposals.Maintain and implement funding calendar activities, including cultivation activities.Collect, analyze, and report data on the performance of program activities for use in grant proposals and in program development.Ensure compliance with all reporting, as required by foundation/corporate donors.Work in a manner that is consistent with CENET's mission and company culture.Perform other duties, as assigned. Qualifications:
Education: Bachelor degree or equivalent experience. Experience: Minimum of 2 years' experience in a related field, including a proven record of grant writing/fundraising and program development. Experience working with children is preferred. Competencies/Skills: Strong communication, interpersonal, presentation, research, analytical, decision making, problem solving, and organizational skills required. Must be able to use general office equipment and possess intermediate computer software skills. Other Requirements: International experience and an interest in international education is preferred. Must have an affinity for working with people of all ages, ethnicities, and backgrounds; a high level of initiative; an eye for detail and a commitment to up-to-date and accurate data entry; a high tolerance for ambiguity; and an outstanding professional image. Must be able to work independently as well as function as a member of a team. Must possess the ability to multi-task and manage workload to meet goals and deadlines. Must have an unquestionable code of ethics and be a responsible, hardworking, outgoing, energetic, goal-oriented, positive, self-confident, flexible, and ambitious self-starter. Must be willing to travel within the U.S. and abroad, if needed. Salary: Commensurate with experience. To apply, please send resume and cover letter by November 14 to: .

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