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June 30, 2015

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Salaried workers could get overtime pay

By Katie Johnston, Boston Globe staff

Millions of American workers who put in extra hours with no extra pay would soon be eligible for overtime under a plan unveiled Monday night by President Obama. The proposed regulations would more than double the current threshold at which many salaried employees stop getting overtime pay, covering those who make up to $50,440 a year.

That is welcome news for workers like Gassan Marzuq. As the manager of a Dunkin' Donuts in Kingston, Gassan Marzuq sometimes worked 80 or 90 hours a week - spending most of his days serving coffee, running the cash register, and mopping the floors.

Yet because he was a salaried employee who had been deemed ineligible for overtime, his $825 a week in pay sometimes averaged out to roughly the same hourly rate his workers were paid - a reality for many managers when they work more than 40 hours a week.

The Obama administration's proposal, revealed in an op-ed by the president on the Huffington Post Monday night and set to be officially announced Tuesday, would extend overtime protections to roughly 5 million workers in 2016.

In 1975, about 62 percent of the salaried workforce were eligible for overtime pay, according to the Economic Policy Institute, a Washington, D.C., think tank that advocates for low-income workers. Today, because of inflation, 8 percent are covered. Read more.

Your thoughts, please.

By Charitable Advisors

Dear Indianapolis NFP news reader,

Last year, President Obama signed a memorandum calling for the Department of Labor to review and update the regulations governing the overtime exemption.

The result could vastly expand the pool of workers who qualify for overtime pay by raising the salary threshold that exempts a certain category of workers from getting paid time and a half when they work more than 40 hours a week.

The announcement is expected this summer. After the announcement, there will be an opportunity for public comment about the rule, which does not require congressional approval.

While this affects all sectors, Charitable Advisors is interested in learning how this will have an impact on Central Indiana nonprofits. Your responses are anonymous will be consolidated with other respondents unless you agree to be interviewed.


By Zac Kester, executive director, Charitable Allies

After reviewing the U.S. Department of Labor's proposed changes, I believe that this would have a significant adverse effect on the budgets and operations of small nonprofits, especially those who currently pay their executive directors (or an equivalent position) and administrative support staff less than the new thresholds.

The Department of Labor fact sheets 17C, 17B and 17A outline the requirements for the exemption that allows employers to NOT pay executive and administrative employees overtime. Among other things, those requirements are that employees make at least $23,660.

Many small nonprofits pay staff on a salary basis and do not pay overtime. With the new standards, which will move this threshold to somewhere between $42,000 and $52,000, any employee who makes below that threshold would be entitled to overtime, regardless if they otherwise met the test and qualified for the exemption. Many nonprofit organizations employ people in this range ($23,660 to $42,000/$52,000).

If this regulation is adopted, nonprofit managers and boards will have to be careful to monitor their employees' time and pay them overtime wages to which they will be entitled.

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Sponsor's insight

Good intentions or intentionality:
Which describes your board of directors?

By Steve Sauer, senior manager, BKD

Most historians agree the form and function of today's board of directors began around the advent of the 20th century. English authorities decided the ultimate authority in a company was vested in the board of directors, and the nature and extent of its authority was to be enumerated in the articles of association (or incorporation).

So after 100 years of practice, these boards have evolved into exceptional governing bodies presiding over their organizations ... right? Not exactly.

According to a January 2015 study conducted by BoardSource, boards of not-for-profit organizations are not as close as they think to achieve the pinnacle of effective governance. On the contrary, the study reveals that, on average, not-for-profit leaders give boards a B- in overall performance. It would appear, then, that in our age of constant political, economic, regulatory and demographic changes, significant improvements are necessary -- even vital to the health of the not-for-profit sector as a whole.

BoardSource, a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to advancing the public good by building exceptional not-for-profit boards and inspiring board service, supports, trains and educates more than 100,000 not-for-profit board leaders from across the country each year. Read more.

People on the move

The Indiana Bankers Association has named Amber Van Til executive vice president. For the past 12 year, she served as IBA's senior vice president of government relations. ? Inside Indiana Business

Alpha Chi Omega is pleased to announce the selection of Erin Crotty Troia as chief development officer for the Alpha Chi Omega Foundation and the promotion of Christine Louck to chief financial officer of Alpha Chi Omega Fraternity, Foundation and National Housing Corporation. Read more.

Sarah Hinton has joined Downtown Indy as accounting manager. Previously she served as the lead senior financial analyst for Indiana University Health and and Simon Property Group as the senior accountant.

Dr. Darrin Mangiacarne has been named medical director of Fairbanks. He previously served as medical director of Virginia Premier Health Plan.


The Arc of Indiana has appointed Kim Dodson executive director. She has served as associate executive director of The Arc since 2006 and will succeed John Dickerson. In 2013, Kim was appointed as executive director of Arc Innovations, Inc. and The Arc of Indiana Foundation, two related entities.

Thomas Davis has been appointed dean of the Indiana University School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI. Davis, a prolific religious studies scholar who has served as a department chair and associate dean in the School of Liberal Arts. He has served as associate dean for academic programs since 2013.

Charles "Chuck" Johnson has been named interim president of Vincennes University following the retirement of President Dick Helton. Johnson's current role he is VU's chief academic officer, overseeing the academic and student affairs areas of the University. Johnson has served as provost and vice president of instructional services and dean of faculty at VU since 2012.


The Ball Brothers Foundation in Muncie has awarded 40 grants totaling more than $4 million. The foundation says the money will support organizations and schools including Burris Laboratory School, Muncie Central High School and fund renovations at Emens Auditorium. Read more.

The JCC of Indianapolis and partners, Dance Kaleidoscope, Jewish Family Services at the Albert & Sara Reuben Senior and Community Resource Center and the Indiana Writers Center were awarded the $20,000 Spirit & Place Prize for "The Choreography of Dreams," a program they will present at the JCC during the 2015 Spirit & Place festival. Read more.

The Indiana Blind Children's Foundation has been awarded a $5,000 grant from The Brave Heart Foundation to support the purchase of assistive technology for students who are blind or visually impaired.

The Hamilton East Public Library has received a $3,489 grant to digitize 10 volumes of early Noblesville Mayors' dockets. These date as far back as May 18, 1887, when Noblesville first became a city until the 1950s, and contain criminal court cases heard by the mayor. Read more.

Easter Seals Crossroads has a new Southside location, which is called Adult Day Services. It was formerly known as Handi-Capable Hands Inc. info@eastersealscrossroads.org

A 2015 employee job satisfaction and engagement report from a SHRM survey is now available. Click here.

Indiana University is one of five universities in the country that have been invited to be part of the Woodrow Wilson MBA Fellowship in Education Leadership program. IU's Kelly School of Business is developing a MBA for educators to increase the quality of principal and superintendent education. Fifteen fellows from school systems across the state will receive 100 percent tuition reimbursement with a grant fromthe Woodrow Wilson Foundation. Read more.

Professional development

The 45th annual Indiana Black Expo Business Conference (IBE) starts July 14. The productive 4-day conference features a myriad of workshops with topics including contracting opportunities with Indiana's colleges and universities, access to important resources affecting the marketplace and how to access federal and state construction contracts and is presented by KeyBank. Learn more.

Telecommuting and remote work sites: Learn how to keep remote staff engaged in the workplace on July 16 from 8:15 - 10:00 a.m. at The Children's Museum of Indianapolis for the HR Nonprofit Peer Group meeting. Register here.

Succession planning and founder transition done successfully: a case study on July 29 at 2:00 p.m. For more information and to register, click here.

Creating your case for support on August 11 at 6:00 p.m. at East 38th Street Library (5420 East 38th St.). Help your nonprofit organization grow and succeed. This session focuses on learning what a case for support is and why it is important. Free. Register at 317-275-4350.

LEAD is a skills development program offered by Leadership Indianapolis for six weeks beginning September 18. It offers participants the opportunity to build their collaborative civic leadership skills and become more effective in community work. Participants learn how to build trust, motivate team members, and manage conflict while also building their own confidence to lead. To register, click here.

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Volunteer opportunities

Please send your needs and donations of supplies, equipment, and furniture plus volunteer opportunities and requests to IndyNews@NotforProfitNews.com.

The Little Red Door needs volunteers for the following: delivering hope drivers, door to wellness concierge, lay health educators, garden club and special events. Orientation offered monthly. Learn more.

Success Beyond School is a nonprofit that provides life skills and strategies for young adults, ages 12 to 25. Less than a year old, its founding board is looking for volunteers for its board of directors, advisory board, committees and volunteers for multiple roles. If interested in volunteering, please contact Carol@successbeyondschool.org or click here.


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National news

Eight elements of mission-driven ventures. Although mission is an integral element for nonprofits, a new term -- mission-driven - has organizations or drives relying on "earned" income rather than the more traditional sources.

Use volunteers to beta test an organization. Tight finances can cause nonprofits to squeeze optimum value from volunteers. Getting a lot of bang for the non-buck is not the only creative reason when assigning volunteers duties.

Overhaul at IRS, speeds nonprofit tax-exempt application processes. In five months, the division essentially wiped out a backlog of 170,000 nonprofit-status applications versus an average of 50,000 in prior years.

Five data points that can change everything. Big data and regression models can analyze donor files in multiple ways. But without millions of dollars or donor names for these technologies, you'll have to look to other measurements.

Sponsors' insights

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Our sponsor marketplace serves to further connect our readers with our advertisers who are focused on serving nonprofits. Please keep in mind that you should always check references before hiring a consultant or vendor. Contact Bryan at Bryan@charitableadvisors.com or 317-752-7153 to learn how your business or organization can become a sponsor of the Not-for-Profit News.


Charitable Allies: nonprofit that provides affordable, experienced nonprofit legal services.

Human resources

Synergy: professional employer organization (PEO), Synergy assumes the risk and liability of employing employees, and administers payroll, benefits and human resources.

FirstPerson: professional advisory firm that creates meaningful work experiences through benefits, HR and wellness solutions.

HR Partnerships, Inc.: HR Management firm that is dedicated to redefining the way organizations manage talent, resulting in a healthier company culture and increased profitability.

Technology, software, services

FTM LLC: software advisor to improve organization's financial operations with system implementation, training and support.

Netlink, Inc.: An information technology service provider delivering best practice information, technology guidance, implementation and support in order to contribute to nonprofits' mission and success.


Alerding CPA Group: accounting firm with nonprofit experience provides audits, accounting, tax services, planning and board governance.

BKD: CPAs and advisors offering services in assurance, tax, risk management, technology and forensic to closely-held businesses, nonprofit organizations and individuals.

FTM LLC: works solely with nonprofits on bookkeeping, audit preparation, outsourced controller and CFO services.

VonLehman CPA and Advisory Company:nonprofit focused CPA- and advisory-firm providing accounting, tax, business advisory and turnaround services.

Banking/asset management

The National Bank of Indianapolis: the bank of choice for nonprofit organizations.



Alerding CPA Group: provides board governance, training, consulting and succession planning.

Charitable Advisors:BoardSource-certified governance trainer, support for board-led ED/CEO search process.


UIndy/MPH: Master's of Public Health is the newest graduate degree program at UIndy that prepares professionals to identify health disparities and develop community-based approaches.

School of Public and Environmental Affairs at IUPUI: At SPEA, people learn how to work in government, nonprofit and business roles to make positive changes in their communities, their states, their countries and the world.

Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy: Our programs are the first in the nation to focus on philanthropy's history, culture and values. Through traditional or online master's degree programs, gain the knowledge and skills necessary to pursue further graduate study or to enter the field as a nonprofit professional.

Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law: Master of Jurisprudence graduate degree program prepares professionals with the legal knowledge to enhance, and potentially advance their careers.

UIndy/MAAS: Master's of Arts in Applied Sociology is a graduate degree program that prepares students for today's ever-changing world. Emphasis is on the practical application of social science research to solve contemporary social problems and develop skills for a variety of careers. Provides a strong foundation for Ph.D. programs.

UIndy/International Relations: Master of Liberal Arts' students will develop advance research skills through a design and methodology course, study international conflicts and resolutions, learn how history still has an impact on the world today and have opportunities for real-world experiences.


Real estate

Get that extra office space leased or that extra building sold by using the new NFP News real estate section to let people know you have extra space, an extra building or even residential property for sale. Photos and a web link may be included to give readers more information. To learn more, contact Julie at Julie@CharitableAdvisors.com

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This week's jobs

To view all jobs, visit the Not-for-profit News jobs' board.

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Executive Director - The Social of Greenwood. Executive Director with a passion to work with those 50 and above, full time, is immediately available at The Social of Greenwood, a non-profit senior center located in Greenwood, Indiana....more

Administrative/Office Management

Administrative Coordinator - First Resource, Inc. First Resource, Inc. is a professional association management company serving the needs of small to mid-sized manufacturing based trade groups. With nearly 17 years in business, First Resource is known for its service...more

Office Coordinator - Joy's House at UIndy. Joy's House is looking to hire a caring individual to act as a receptionist and office coordinator at our Joy's House at UIndy location. Shift hours are 8:30 am - 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday. Please indicate salary requirements...more

Administrative Assistant. The Administrative Assistant provides administrative and secretarial support for the Resource Center. The Administrative Assistant deals with a diverse group of important external callers and...more

Office & Guest Services Manager - Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity. Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity is seeking an individual who is passionate about Greek life and can serve as the brand ambassador for the international headquarters and conference center. This position leads a variety of general...more

Fund Development

Director of Development - American Pianists Association. The Director of Development is responsible for overseeing the planning and execution of all fundraising efforts for the American Pianists Association. The Director works closely with, and reports directly to, the President...more

Associate Vice President for Alumni Programs and President of Alumni Association - Ball State Univ. The 60-year-old, $230 million, 65-employee Ball State University Foundation is entering a new era - one with no barriers between advancement, alumni relations and stewardship. On the eve of our university's centennial...more

Director of Development - Gennesaret Free Clinics. This new full-time position is responsible for planning and implementing short, medium, and long-range fundraising goals to meet both the current and future strategic priorities of Gennesaret Free Clinic, Inc. This is a...more

Development Manager - National FFA Organization. Primary responsibility is to solicit funds from small to mid-tier corporate sponsors in support of FFA Mission and for Agricultural Education. To manage multiple aspects of corporate account management involved in fundraising...more

Senior Gift Processing Specialist - National FFA Organization. Responsible for providing timely and accurate processing and data input of all donor related gift transactions into the donor database system (iMIS). Uses screens, inquiries, reports, data extracts to provide donor gift information...more

Annual Fund Manager - St. Richard's Episcopal School. St. Richard's seeks an exceptional individual to serve as the Annual Fund Manager beginning in the summer of 2015. The annual fund is poised for tremendous growth and this manager will have the exciting opportunity...more

Director of Development - Food Finders Food Bank. The Director of Development reports to the CEO and supervises a Major Gifts Officer and an Annual Fund Manager. Food Finders seeks a Director who will develop a strategic fundraising plan to support future growth...more

Grant Writer - White's Residential and Family Services. Must have excellent writing, editing and proofreading skills along with the ability to utilize those skills to create successful proposals. The Grant Writer is responsible for conducting the full range of activities required...more

Director of Development - LifeStream Services. Responsible for planning, directing, and coordinating development functions of the organization in support of policies, goals, and objectives established for development. Work involves program administration, management...more


Director of Communications - Delta Upsilon International Fraternity. The Delta Upsilon International Fraternity has an exciting opportunity for a Director of Communications. Reporting to the Associate Executive Director, the Director of Communications will set and guide the strategy...more

Marketing Coordinator - Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity. Delta Sigma Phi is a general men's fraternity founded in 1899 at the City College of New York whose mission is to Build Better Men. Located in Indianapolis, Delta Sigma Phi Headquarters seeks a dynamic, innovative, results-oriented...more

Manager of Marketing and Communication - Kappa Delta Pi. The Manager of Marketing and Communication is responsible for general marketing, coordination of communications, and branding for the Society and, more specifically, for the creation, development, and implementation...more

Manager of Marketing and Communications - White's Residential and Family Services. Leads marketing and communication development management with internal and external communications, marketing, meeting planning, and media relations. Collaborates with various internal stakeholders to design and...more

Brand Marketing Manager - Delta Tau Delta International Fraternity. Delta Tau Delta International Fraternity, a men's social fraternity with more than 120,000 student and alumni members, seeks an experienced Brand Marketing Manager to join its headquarters team. An ideal candidate...more


Coach, T3 and TLPD Initiative - Teach Plus. The mission of Teach Plus is to improve the achievement of urban children by ensuring that a greater proportion of students have access to excellent, experienced teachers. The T3 Coach position is a critical school...more

Pre K Family Engagement AmeriCorps Member - Early Learning Indiana. Early Learning Indiana is seeking AmeriCorps members who want to work with families of young children in high-quality, pre-Kindergarten (pre-K) programs in one of three urban locations...more

Center for Excellence in Nursing Education Specialist - Sigma Theta Tau International. Our purpose is to support learning and professional development of nursing professionals through knowledge dissemination. Our 130,000 active nurse members reside in countries across the globe and are recognized...more

Home Based Therapist - New Hope of Indiana. The Home Based Therapist (HBT) provides therapy and counseling to families referred by the Department of Child Services or Juvenile Probation. Therapy sessions are conducted within the family home. The HBT attends...more

Chief Clinical Officer: Quality Improvement - Adult and Child. Adult and Child is currently seeking a full-time Chief Clinical Officer (CCO). This position is located in our downtown Indianapolis, IN office. The Chief Clinical Officer serves as a member of the Executive Leadership Team, guiding...more

Director of Regional Engagement - Indiana Afterschool Network (IAN). The Director of Regional Engagement will provide leadership for IAN's affiliate networks and coalitions throughout Indiana. To date, we have affiliate sites in Bloomington, Columbus, Lafayette, Morgan County, and Terre Haute...more

STEM AMERICORP/VISTA - Indiana Afterschool Network (IAN). The STEM VISTA will work with the Indiana Afterschool Network (IAN) and Indiana Afterschool STEM Taskforce partners to strengthen and expand a coordinated system of science, technology, engineering, math (STEM) training...more

Self Sufficiency Advocate - Prevail, Inc. Prevail, Inc. provides crisis intervention and restorative support services for adult, adolescent and child survivors of crime and abuse to residents of Hamilton and surrounding counties. The primary focus of this position...more

College Success Coordinator - Center for Leadership Development, Inc. Center for Leadership Development has an immediate opening for a full-time College Success Coordinator to provide all support necessary to insure that minority youth have the character and skills to complete their college...more

Education Program Associate - Indianapolis Art Center. Are looking for an opportunity to make an impact and do your best work every day? Are you tired of the cold bureaucracy of the corporate world? The Indianapolis Art Center, located in lively Broad Ripple, is looking for someone...more

Career Developer - Southeast Community Services. Are you the kind of person who can talk to anyone? Do you have an engaging personality and a strong work ethic? SECS is looking for a professional to do outreach with our local employers...more

Employment Coach - Southeast Community Services. Do your friends seek you out for job advice? Do you know how to coach friends through a crisis? SECS is seeking: a person with potential to work with our adults on a career pathway. If you will bring that sense of excitement...more

Youth Services Coordinator - Southeast Community Services. Are you young at heart? Is working with kids & developing them into great adults your passion? SECS is looking for a professional who will be our enthusiastic Youth Services Coordinator...more

Mentor Match Coordinator for Young Adults - Trusted Mentors, Inc. Trusted Mentors is seeking to hire a Mentor Match Coordinator for their Young Adult Track. The Mentor Match Coordinator is responsible for maintaining relationships with agency partners, recruiting mentors, matching...more

Chief Academic Officer - Cathedral High School. The Chief Academic Officer reports to the Principal and is responsible for the development and achievement of the academic objectives of Cathedral High School, including but not limited to curriculum development and...more

CWS Teaching Coordinator and Administrative Assistant to Vice President of Institutional Advancement. The CWS Teaching Coordinator/AA is responsible for developing training materials and teaching CWS training classes, and assisting the Vice President of Institutional Advancement with the day-to-day activities. Responsibilities...more

Registered Nurse - Children's Bureau, Inc. The Registered Nurse is responsible for planning, organizing and directing nursing services and is experienced in nursing with an emphasis on child and adolescent needs. The RN will be responsible for teaching sound health...more


Business Intelligence Analyst: Decision Support - Adult and Child. Adult and Child is seeking a full-time Business Intelligence Analyst to join the Decision Support team located in downtown Indianapolis, IN. This position will be responsible for the creation, design, and maintenance of clinical...more

Business Manager - Indiana Afterschool Network (IAN). The Business Manager will have the opportunity to provide direct input and guidance into developing, supporting and managing a sustainable nonprofit business model. Reporting to the Vice President and working...more

Computer Technician - Paramount School of Excellence. PSOE computer technician is responsible for the installation, configuration, maintenance, inventory, and security of technical resources in an Apple environment. This includes workstations (desktop and laptop computers)...more

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Last week's jobs


Executive Director - Triangle Fraternity. The Executive Director of Triangle Fraternity is responsible for supervising a professional staff of directors and consultants, and works collaboratively with the Triangle Education Foundation (TEF) and Triangle Building...more

Executive Director/CEO - Lincoln Hills Development Corporation (LHDC). Lincoln Hills Development Corporation (LHDC), a not-for-profit Community Action
Agency, is accepting applications for the position of Executive Director/CEO, based in its Tell City, IN, corporate...more

Executive Director - Eastside Community Center. The Executive Director serves as the chief executive officer and is responsible for the overall administration and management of Eastside Community Center, including service programs, fundraising, and business operations...more


Administrative Assistant (part-time) - Fair Haven Foundation, Inc. The role of the Administrative Assistant is to support the Executive Director and to ensure efficient and organized functioning of the organization. This support position has a key role in advancing the mission of Fair...more

Fund Development

Advancement Associate - Indiana Youth Institute. Our successful fundraising efforts require an additional staff person to handle the growing amount of work within our Advancement Team. The Advancement Associate enthusiastically provides administrative support for the...more

Development Manager - Junior Achievement of Central Indiana. Junior Achievement of Central Indiana is seeking applicants for the Development Manager position. The Development Manager is responsible for raising annual revenue to meet the goals of the organization through...more

Development Manager - Hear Indiana. Founded in 1971, Hear Indiana is a rapidly growing non-profit organization which supports children with hearing loss who listen and speak. The 2015 expense budget is more than $600,000. In the last seven years...more

Foundation Database Analyst - Kiwanis International Foundation. The Foundation Database Analyst will oversee the assembling, analyzing and reporting of the fundraising results and volunteer activities of all of our foundation's fundraising campaigns. The position largely entails managing...more

Resource Development Director - United Way of Bartholomew County. Develop and implement a comprehensive donor-centric resource development plan to cultivate and secure resources to support the achievement of United Way of Bartholomew County strategic goals and business objectives...more

Program Manager - Methodist Health Foundation. Do you have a passion for enhancing health and well-being and inspiring generosity? In this new role on our growing team, you'd play a vital role in engaging emerging leaders in the mission and work of the Foundation...more

Development Database Specialist - Methodist Health Foundation. Are you a data hawk with a passion for enhancing health and well-being and inspiring generosity? In this new role on our growing team, you'd play a critical role in the successful function of our Development team by executing...more


Membership & Communications Manager - HOLLAND-PARLETTE ASSOCIATES. Individual needed to manage membership and communications for two non-profit, international associations (appliedsportpsych.org and pedsderm.net). Responsible for database management, processing membership applications...more

Social Media Specialist - Kappa Alpha Theta. Kappa Alpha Theta is seeking a full-time Social Media Specialist to manage the Fraternity's social media efforts, including writing content posts for social media networks and monitoring and responding to social media...more

Communications Coordinator - Indianapolis Public Transportation Corporation (IndyGo). The Communications Coordinator is responsible for assisting with copy creation across all internal and external marketing programs including the IndyGo website, newsletters...more

Direct Marketing Team Leader - The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. LLS has a part time to full time opportunity for a Direct Marketing Team Leader for our School & Youth programs in our Indianapolis chapter. The ideal candidate will have a passion for serving youth and developing...more

Volunteer Management

Volunteer Manager - Alzheimer's Association Greater Indiana Chapter. Plans, directs and evaluates the Chapter's volunteer program to meet Chapter goals, objectives and needs while supporting fundraising, programming, communications and advocacy initiatives...more

Volunteer Coordinator/Receptionist - Sheltering Wings. The primary responsibility related to the Volunteer Coordinator/Receptionist is to reduce financial restraints on Sheltering Wings through the coordination of program, maintenance, event, and administrative volunteers...more


Director, Behavior Management and Life Coaching - Tangram. Tangram creates extraordinary lives for persons living with disability. The Director of Behavior Management is responsible for overall management, development, and implementation of programs related to behavioral health...more

Client Navigator - Little Red Door Cancer Agency. The Client Navigator will be directly responsible for completing needs assessments for clients referred to our agency and navigating these clients through the healthcare and social service systems to access cancer screenings...more

Self-Advocates of Indiana Administrator - The Arc of Indiana. Self-Advocates of Indiana (SAI), a statewide self-advocacy organization empowering people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, is seeking a dedicated, energetic, and supportive person to serve as SAI Administrator...more

Family and Community Liaison- Hear Indiana. Provides coordinated care to pediatric consumers and their families by developing, implementing, and evaluating patient care and ancillary support services. Ensures that speech and audiology services, as well as...more

Therapist - Children's Bureau. Career Opportunity Where You Can Make a True Difference. Do you enjoy working independently to achieve results that improve others' quality of life? Are you known for your ability to juggle priorities in a fast-paced environment...more

ENL Instructor - Exodus Refugee Immigration, Inc. Exodus Refugee Immigration is looking for a trained English as New Language (ENL) instructor to deliver adult ENL classes through our Language, Cultural Orientation, & Readiness for Employment (LCORE) program...more

Community Builder for Shelby Street Area Quality of Life Project - University of Indianapolis. (15-month IRS-1099 contract position) This is a community builder/project manager for a new quality of life project on the south side of Indianapolis. The area is bounded by Beecher Street (north), I-65 (East), I-465 (south)...more

Primary Prevention Specialist - Prevail, Inc. Prevail, Inc. provides crisis intervention and restorative support services for adult, adolescent and child survivors of crime and abuse to residents of Hamilton and surrounding counties. Prevail is seeking a full-time...more

Director of Development - American Pianists Association. The Director of Development is responsible for overseeing the planning and execution of all fundraising efforts for the American Pianists Association. The Director works closely with, and reports directly to, the President...more


Director of Finance & Accounting - Indianapolis Museum of Art. The Director of Finance & Accounting will oversee designated financial operations of the museum and oversee key administrative support functions...more

Financial Secretary - Geist Christian Church(32 hrs/wk). Vibrant congregation of 3000 with two campuses (Geist and Fishers) is seeking an experienced professional Financial Secretary to work with the Church Business Manager and take responsibility for maintaining the financial...more

Human Resources

Human Resources Coordinator - Sycamore School. The Human Resources Coordinator works closely with the School's Chief Financial Officer to ensure proper handling of all employment matters. Specific areas of responsibility include: benefits, payroll, recruitment, special...more


Bus Driver - Flanner House of Indianapolis, Inc. Flanner House of Indianapolis is seeking a Bus Driver. Primary responsibilities include driving vehicles over specified routes or to specified destinations according to time schedules in order to transport passengers, complying...more


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