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  • New Jersey For Transit: Campaign Manager
  • New Jersey Conservation Foundation: Development Associate
  • Jewish Community Center: Director of Arts & Education
  • Flemington Food Pantry: Executive Director - Part Time
  • YWCA of Bergen County: Recreational Counselor
  • Centenary College: Director of the Annual Fund, Office of College Relations
  • Hole in the Wall Gang Camp: Hospital Outreach Specialist NY & NJ - 2 positions available
  • Society for the Prevention of Teen Suicide: Development Officer
  • CUMAC: Community Engagement Coordinator, Events
  • Child & Family Resources: Controller/DFD Fiscal Officer
  • New Jersey Community Development Corporation: Life Skills Coordinator, Independence House
  • New Jersey Community Development Corporation: Program Director, Independence House
  • New Jersey Community Development Corporation: Assistant Director Community Outreach
  • New Jersey Community Development Corporation: Director, Neighborhood Help Center
  • New Jersey Community Development Corporation: Director of Early Learning
  • Habitat for Humanity in Monmouth County: ReStore Truck Driver - Part Time
  • Womanspace: Bilingual Counselor Advocate
  • Student/Partner Alliance: Director of Development
  • New Jersey Health Initiatives: Communications Specialist
  • New Jersey Health Initiatives: Program Coordinator
  • Southern New Jersey Perinatal Cooperative: Performance Management Coordinator
  • Trenton Health Team: Program Manager
  • United Way of Ocean County: Director of Resource Development
  • Opportunity Project: Job Coach Counselor - Part Time

     

    New Jersey For Transit: Campaign Manager

    Posted: February 8, 2016
    Location: Trenton, NJ

    Summary: The New Jersey For Transit coalition seeks a dynamic and effective full-time campaign manager to execute the coalition’s transportation mission and advocate for New Jersey’s transit commuters across the state to ensure that mass transit is equitable and accessible to all, provides economic benefits and helps protect our environment.

    Main responsibilities include campaign development, advocacy, media outreach, program development, and fundraising.

    Chosen candidate for the position will need to begin work no later than April 1, 2016.

    See the complete job description for more details. 

    To Apply: Please apply by March 4 by sending a cover letter and resume to Jon Whiten, Deputy Director of New Jersey Policy Perspective, at whiten@njpp.org. No phone calls, please.




    New Jersey Conservation Foundation: Development Associate

    Posted: February 4, 2016
    Location: Bamboo Brook, NJ

    Summary: Premiere nonprofit environmental conservation group, New Jersey Conservation Foundation, seeks a Development Associate to work closely with the Director of Development & Communications to cultivate member enrollment, enthusiasm and support.

    The position offers an exceptional opportunity for a fundraising and development professional with a deep commitment to land conservation. As a small lean organization, the ideal candidate would thrive in a team environment focusing on getting things done and supporting the work of others. 

    Qualifications: Education and experience include bachelor’s degree with three plus years’ experience in a fundraising and development role and proficiency with online fundraising, nonprofit advocacy and membership cultivation. Experience with fundraising events a plus.  Qualifications include exceptional writing, proofreading, organizational and interpersonal skills, attention to detail and ability to multi-task and work well as a team member. 

    To Apply: We offer a competitive salary and benefits package. Qualified candidates should submit cover letter and resume along with salary requirements to maria@njconservation.org or fax to (908) 234-1189. EOE M/F/V/D




    Jewish Community Center: Director of Arts & Education

    Posted: February 2, 2016
    Location: Scotch Plains, NJ

    Summary: The JCC of Central New Jersey is seeking a highly-motivated, creative individual to direct and expand an integrated Jewish arts and education program as soon as possible. This is a part-time position approximately 20-25 hours per week. Responsibilities include: Implementing strategies to increase public awareness, program participation, and financial support. Development and execution of quality arts & education programs which support the Center’s vision/mission. Manage the business and artistic direction of existing and prospective programming in the areas of arts & education, as well as overseeing the annual Jewish Film Festival, ongoing program series, classes & workshops for adults.  Job requires attention to detail, creative vision, ability to implement new initiatives while keeping existing programs fresh, and to satisfy a wide variety of cultural interests. Ideal candidate will have strong program management and budgeting skills.  Any prior experience in grant writing/fundraising and marketing is also beneficial. Salary and benefit package will be commensurate with experience.   

    Responsibilities:

    • Set vision for and direct others toward a comprehensive arts & education programs for adults, families and children
    • Continue existing partnerships and collaborations with arts and community organizations (Jewish and non-Jewish), and expand and develop new relationships
    • Book and manage all aspects of programs & events
    • Work closely with the Marketing Department to develop marketing plans, including print and web collateral, media releases and interviews
    • Create, oversee, manage and be responsible for departmental budget
    • Work with Development Director to identify and cultivate funding sources through individual solicitations, grants, and corporate sponsorships
    • Staff and develop the Arts & Education Committee, as well as program specific sub-committees, (Film Festival, Author/University Lecture Series Committees, etc.) to better understand the community needs, obtain feedback and set direction for Arts & Education Programming at the JCC and promote attendance and contributed support.
    • Liaison with other JCC departments for program development, thematic initiatives, facility use, and strategic planning
    • Create and actively promote a comfortable and welcoming environment where every member/participant and colleague is treated with dignity and respect in a friendly and personal manner
    • Anticipate and be responsive to member/participant needs and requests
    • Participate in agency-wide activities and programs

    Qualifications:

    • Bachelor’s degree required (Arts Management or Fine Arts preferred)
    • Experience (work or volunteer) in the area of arts & culture a plus!
    • Excellent interpersonal skills to inspire cooperation/dedication from key volunteers, staff and community patrons/members, and participating JCC members
    • Sound fiscal management expertise (demonstrated experience in handling multiple projects; meeting financial objectives and timeline deliverables)
    • Strong customer service skills (ie: experience in Event Production, possessing strong technical knowledge and consideration to guest experience a plus!)
    • Computer literacy, strong written & verbal communication skills
    • Experience in marketing arts & education programs and events
    • Ability to work independently and as part of a collaborative team
    • Willing and able to work nights and weekends program schedule requires

    To Apply: Email cover letter and resume to cgoldberg@jccnj.org.




    Flemington Food Pantry: Executive Director - Part Time

    Posted: January 26, 2016
    Location: Flemington, NJ

    Summary: This part time position (20-25 hours a week) is for a Hunterdon County non-profit, the Flemington Food Pantry, whose mission is to feed the hungry. This position entails fund development, grant writing, community relations, board development and liaison, budgeting and fiscal management, and volunteer and donor management.   

    Qualifications:

    Minimum of BA with experience in the responsibilities outlined above; excellent interpersonal and communication skills, donor relationship/volunteer management a must.

    To Apply: Send CV with salary requirements to kwidico@hunterdonprevention.com or fax to 908-782-6025.

     



    YWCA of Bergen County: Recreational Counselor

    Posted: January 26, 2016
    Location: Old Tappan, Ridgewood, and Westwood sites

    Summary: Under the supervision of the YWCA of Bergen County's Site Supervisor the Recreation Counselor assists with a program serving 15-50 school aged children ages Kindergarten thru sixth grade. The Recreation Counselors ensures the safety of the children as they take them through activities that can include gym time, arts & crafts, outdoor play, reading, and board games. In addition to modeling and promoting a safe, welcoming and encouraging environment for all participants enrolled.

    Responsibilities:

    • Responsible for ensuring a quality school program.
    • Responsible for the health, safety, and supervision of children by enforcing the school age programs policies and procedures.
    • Work collaboratively with all site personnel to facilitate and encourage positive peer interactions.
    • Supervise and lead children in an age-appropriate activities.
    • Adhere to YWCA Policies and Procedures as well as Risk Management Policies and Procedures. This includes reporting incidents to Site Supervisor.
    • Meet with Site Supervisor on a regular basis and attend departmental and other staff meetings as requested.
    • Attend at least 10 hours of required training.
    • Maintain confidentiality regarding all personal information about children, families, and staff.
    • Develop positive relationships with participants.
    • Provide support to Site Supervisors as needed.
    • Engage with parents and guardians as necessary in a professional manner.
    • Facilitate purposeful activities based on program lesson plans and participate in other staff lead activities as part of the staff team.
    • Foster a youth development, strength’s based environment, fostering a sense of belonging, safety, and community to participants.
    • Engage and facilitate group conversations, tracking and supporting students’ academic success.
    • Document program planning as required.
    •  Participate in after school and vacation day events as needed.
    • Perform other duties as assigned

    Qualifications:

    • High School Diploma and a minimum of two years of experience working in a recreational setting required.
    • CPR/First Aid and Blood Borne Pathogens certifications. If currently not certified, must obtain certification within 90 days of hire.
    • Knowledge of Positive Behavior Management Techniques.
    • Working knowledge of appropriate curriculum and activities for school aged children.
    • Ability to work as a part of a team and to collaborate with colleagues.
    • Demonstrated communication skills (verbal and listening).
    • Excellent organizational ability.
    • Demonstrated problem solving.
    • Ability to work with diverse population and demonstrate patience and flexibility.


    To Apply: Applications should apply online at http://www.ywcabergencounty.org/careers/jobs/.



    Centenary College: Director of the Annual Fund, Office of College Relations

    Posted: January 21, 2016
    Location: Hackettstown, NJ

    Summary: Centenary College, founded in 1867, is a vibrant, growing and innovative independent, applied liberal arts College with a student body of about 2,500 which includes students from 21 states and 14 foreign countries. Primarily an undergraduate institution, selected graduate, accelerated and online programs are offered, largely in professional areas (including the MBA).   The College campus is located on 105 scenic acres in Northwestern New Jersey, about 50 miles from New York City and 25 miles from Pennsylvania.   Hackettstown was named by Money Magazine as one of the “Best 100 Places to Live” in the United States.

    Centenary College offers competitive salaries and excellent benefits for employees and an innovative, individualized curriculum for students.  The College offers students strong academic programs designed to focus on specific learning outcomes to ensure that each student succeeds.  Centenary has a completely wireless campus where all full-time faculty & full-time undergraduate students in the traditional program have laptop computers.  We have a strong commitment to interdisciplinary general studies that supports a high-quality liberal arts education and affordability in tuition and other student costs. 

    Responsibilities:

    • Soliciting and stewarding all gifts under $1,000, including unrestricted annual giving, class giving, and reunion gift programs, as well as other programs as assigned.
    • Provide support to Alumni Engagement, to encourage alumni who participate in alumni programs to support the College financially.
    • The design, implementation, and management of all phonathons, including supervising volunteers and students as needed for this effort.
    • Phonathon production to include call sheets, gift entry and mailing pledge documentation.
    • Oversee The Centenary Fund to include corporate and foundation support, annual fundraising events and stewardship.
    • The design, implementation and continued management and tracking of all direct mail appeals and electronic solicitations.
    • Write proposals, correspondence, progress reports and acknowledgements for corporate, foundation and individual prospects, related to select managed prospects in the under $1,000 range.
    • Oversees product development and outreach for the Annual Scholarship Gala Benefit.
    • Carry a portfolio of 75 prospects for personal solicitation. (Individual, corporate and foundation).
    • Manage mass mailings to alumni, parents and friends on all matters related to The Centenary Fund.
    • Provide support for Equine Fundraising efforts and all activities related to Equine Annual Giving.
    • Coordinate product development needed to support all efforts listed above.
    • Maintain an inventory of materials needed for the Centenary Fund, to include BRE’s.
    • Assist with all annual fund and alumni relation activities as required.
    • Produce and disseminate Annual correspondence including letters, memos, faxes and e-mail.
    • Assist in College Relations annual events:  Family & Alumni Weekend, The Scholarship Gala and Phonathon.
    • Assist with special events as assigned
    • Other duties as assigned

    Qualifications:

    • Relevant Bachelor’s Degree required, Master’s Degree preferred.
    • 3 to 5 years’ prior experience in fundraising, sales and event planning.
    • Excellent oral and written communication and interpersonal skills.
    • Strong organizational and people management skills.
    • Knowledge of Raiser’s Edge preferred. 

    To Apply: Applications should include a cover letter and current resume.  Hard copy, electronic and faxed resumes will be accepted if they are complete without prompting and may be forwarded to:

      Human Resources Department
    Centenary College
    400 Jefferson Street
    Hackettstown, NJ  07840

    E-mail: hrdept@centenarycollege.edu

    Fax:  908-850-8716



    Hole in the Wall Gang Camp: Hospital Outreach Specialist NY & NJ - 2 positions available

    Posted: January 21, 2016

    Summary: The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp, founded by Paul Newman, is a nonprofit, year-round center serving more than 25,000 children and families coping with chronic and life threatening illnesses, all completely free of charge. Camp’s goal is to ensure that every child with a serious medical condition has the chance to experience the world of possibilities that Camp has to offer. It’s a community that celebrates the fun, friendship and spirit of childhood where, according to Mr. Newman, every kid can “raise a little hell.”

    The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp is currently seeking highly motivated uniquely qualified individuals for 2 Hospital Outreach Specialist positions in New York and 2 Hospital Outreach Specialist positions in New Jersey. These individuals will develop and deliver Hole in the Wall Gang Camp style activities and interactions to young people (toddler through young adult), individually and in groups, in hospital and clinic settings.  They will collaborate with on-site professionals to offer supportive and uplifting programs for children and families affected by childhood illness and bring the spirit of The Hole In he Wall Gang Camp (Safety, Respect and Love) to all activities and interactions.

    Responsibilities:

    • Engage pediatric hospital and clinic patients in one-on-one games, arts and crafts, computer/multimedia projects, and other activities, in the patient’s hospital room, the clinic waiting room, or other appropriate space.
    • Plan and lead activity groups for pediatric patients and their siblings, alone or in collaboration with another Hospital Outreach Specialist.
    • Involve patients’ siblings, parents, and other family members in individual or group activities, as appropriate and desired by the patient and family.
    • Manage daily and weekly schedule of hospital and clinic visits, incorporating input from hospital staff (Child Life, Art Program, Volunteer Services) in developing daily assignments and work flow.
    • Adhere to all Camp and hospital mandated policies, procedures and trainings regarding access, HIPAA, health and safety, etc.
    • Maintain inventory of supplies and materials for use in programming.
    • Create, develop, and maintain an inventory of activities and offerings, and select activities for each individual or group interaction.
    • Continually evaluate and assess the effectiveness of activities presented and make necessary changes, additions or deletions.
    • Maintain specific records on the evolution of program activities and their effectiveness.
    • Cultivate relationships in and out of the Camp community that will provide new program ideas and opportunities.
    • Collaborate with fellow HOP Specialists in research and development toward the enhancement of program offerings.
    •  Complete and submit all required paperwork on time (reimbursement forms, monthly statistics, etc.).
    • In collaboration with HOP Supervisor, maintain an inventory and budget for implementation of the program.
    • Attend and contribute to all HOP and Camp meetings as scheduled.
    • Represent the Camp as assigned at fundraising or other public events.
    • Assist with special projects and perform additional duties as assigned.

    Qualifications:

    • Previous experience working with children dealing with chronic or life-threatening illness.
    • Strong preference for previous professional experience within the SeriousFun Network Camps.
    • Preference for creative arts/teaching experience.
    • Bachelor’s degree in education, psychology, social work, or other related field; or equivalent experience.
    • Well-developed communication skills, both written and oral.
    • Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Outlook.
    • Services may be delivered in hospital patient room or common area or in clinic.
    • Ability to transport approximately 40 pounds of supplies to service delivery sites, using cart or other means.
    • Ability to demonstrate all activities.
    • Successful completion of pre-employment medical requirements of assigned hospitals, which may include physical exam and immunizations.
    • Occasional attendance at indoor or outdoor HITWG events.
    • Valid driver’s license and driving record which meets HITWG insurance carrier requirements. Ability to travel to assigned worksites.   

    To Apply: The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp provides a very competitive salary, generous benefits package, and growth opportunities for high contributors. To apply visit the employment section of our website. Please note, you will be contacted only if there is interest in pursuing your application. No phone calls please. Candidates must be legally authorized to work in the United States and available to start within two weeks of job offer.

    The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp is an Equal Opportunity Employer, does not discriminate on the basis of age, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, nationality or sex, and is committed to a diverse workforce.

     




    Society for the Prevention of Teen Suicide: Development Officer

    Posted: January 19, 2016
    Location: Freehold, NJ

    Summary: The Society for the Prevention of Teen Suicide is hiring a Development Officer to work in conjunction with the Executive Director to establish and maintain individual and corporate donors to support the organization. This position will be responsible for assisting with research and procurement of grants and funding as well as managing the successful execution of an annual appeal and capital campaign/major gifts campaign. Support implementation of special events to raise funds for organization when needed. The ideal candidate will have the ability to work independently; strong written and verbal communication skills. Preferred 10 years experience development & grant writing.

    Responsibilities:

    • Conducts research of grants; disseminates letters of interest; submit application for viable grant funding
    • Conducts research as needed to prioritize prospective individual, foundation and corporate donors; maintains accurate tracking of status
    • Maintains accurate and up to date donor prospect lists of individuals, corporations and foundations
    • Manages direct mail, acquisition and renewal initiatives
    • Acknowledges receipt of donation, grant or fundraising correspondence and documentation
    • Promotes fundraising events through press release, organization website and social media
    • Supports the planning and implementation of fundraising events, including but not limited to: annual golf and tennis outing, luncheon, wine tasting, cultivation events
    • Performs other related duties in accordance with instructions from Executive Director 

     

    To Apply: Please e-mail cover letter, including salary requirements and resume to dawn@sptsusa.org or mail to SPTS, 110 West Main Street, Freehold, NJ 07728.




    CUMAC: Community Engagement Coordinator, Events

    Posted: January 19, 2016
    Location: Paterson, NJ

    Summary: CUMAC is a nonprofit agency located in downtown Paterson operating the largest feeding program in Passaic County, as well as supplementary programs addressing the root causes of hunger. We rely heavily on events and special collections in order to engage donors and other supporters in our work and generate critical revenue and resources.  CUMAC is seeking a full-time Community Engagement Coordinator for Events who will report to the Development Director.

    Responsibilities:

    • This position is a contributing member of a dynamic development team; Join 2 other Community Engagement Coordinators (one who focuses on volunteers, one on communications) and the Development Director to regularly share ideas, communicate progress, and address needs in pursuit of team and organizational goals
    • Take the lead on all aspects of CUMAC’s fundraising events:
      • Work with Development Director, staff, and volunteers to implement 3 core fundraising events per year (auction, concert, volunteer recognition dinner)
      • Manage details of each event from start to finish including vetting and selecting venues and vendors, processing invitations and registrations, soliciting sponsors and other support, and managing the event activities
      • Play a key role in donor stewardship by processing event support acknowledgement letters and finding new and meaningful ways to thank and engage event supporters
      • Regularly look for and implement new event based friend- and fund-raising opportunities for the agency
      • Provide support to partners holding events on CUMAC’s behalf; Coordinate communication and promotion with internal efforts
      • Work with other Community Engagement Coordinators to organize the annual (each October) County-wide food drive, including liaising with corporate sponsors, recipient pantries, and volunteers
    • Take the lead on communication with donors and managing the distribution process for seasonal drives (Easter Baskets, school supplies, Wish List)
    • Initiate and maintain relationships with event sponsors and in-kind donors
    • Maintain accurate and transparent records, particularly in our online database Donor Perfect
    • Assist as needed with other administrative duties (e.g. phones, calendars, mailings, etc.)

    Qualifications:

    • Bachelor’s degree with some experience, or equivalent experience in event management
    • Must be highly organized and detail-oriented; Prior event coordination experience a plus
    • Demonstrated ability to exercise independent judgment and initiative; to prioritize and accurately complete multiple tasks; and to work under deadlines and changing priorities
    • Ability and willingness to work evenings and weekends as well as regularly lift up to 25 lbs, stand for long periods of time, and work in a warehouse environment as needed for events and special drives
    • Strong team player with a proven commitment to do what it takes to get the job done
    • Strong written and verbal communication skills mandatory, with demonstrated ability to effectively communicate with diverse audiences; Gracious and friendly demeanor
    • Tech savvy; Microsoft fluency required; Familiarity (or ease of learning) Donor Perfect Online database
    • Commitment to CUMAC’s mission strongly desired; willingness to learn, share, and contribute to our story

    To Apply: View the complete job description.




    Child & Family Resources: Controller/DFD Fiscal Officer

    Posted: January 19, 2016
    Location: Mount Arlington, NJ

    Summary: Child & Family Resources seeks a Controller/DFD Fiscal Officer to join their Finance team and report to the Associate Director.  This position is accountable for the accounting operations of the organization, to include the production of periodic financial reports, maintenance of an adequate system of accounting records, and a comprehensive set of controls and budgets designed to mitigate risk, enhance the accuracy of the company's reported financial results, and ensure that reported results comply with generally accepted accounting principles. Fulfill additional tasks as deemed appropriate by Executive Director, Associate Director, and Finance Committee.

    Responsibilities:

    • Accounting
      • Establish Internal Policies, Procedures, & Controls
      • Supervise Existing Staff
        • Daily Journal Entries
        • Accounts Payable Processing
        • Accounts Receivable Processing
        • Inventory Management
        • Prepare Deposits
        • Prepare Invoices
        • Code Invoices to General Ledger & Program Accounts
      • Accounting System Selection, Setup, & Implementation
      • Audit & Tax Provider Selection & Interface
      • Monthly Closing & Account Reconciliation
      • Vendor Management
      • Annual Tax Form Processing
      • Bank Reconciliations
      • Payroll Management & Processing
      • Trial Balances
    • Financial Reporting
      • Board of Trustees Reports & Presentations
      • Monthly Management Reports
      • Monthly Contract Reports (CCFP, PA210, GIA, etc.)
      • Ensure Fiscal Compliance with NJ DHS DFD Contract Manuals.
    • Planning & Budgeting
      • Asset Planning & Preservation
      • 12-Month Rolling Forecast
      •  Cash Flow Analysis/Forecasting
      • Variance Analysis
      • Prepare Annual Organization Budget
      • Prepare Annual DFD Contract Budget,  Budget Modifications, & Annual Closeout
      • Prepare for Annual Independent Audit
    • Treasury
      • Manage Banking Relationships
      • Equipment Lease & Borrowing Terms
      • Working Capital Line of Credit & Debt Administration
      • 401(K) Plan Administration
      • Risk Management
      • Monitor Payment of Insurance and Employee Benefit Plans 

    Qualifications:

    • BS in Accounting, BA in Business Management, or related field preferred
    • 3-5 years related experience in financial field
    • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail
    • Excellent communication skills- verbal and written
    • Ability to think innovatively and solve problems. Apply program, budget, organizational, and accounting knowledge in independently problem solving and offering solutions to management
    • Ability to relate effectively to a broad spectrum of the community as well as staff
    • Strong computer skills in NPS or other accounting programs and MicroSoft Word for Windows
    • Ability to maintain flexible hours when necessary to carry out agency requirements (evening/weekend activities)
    • Ability to travel to off-site locations when necessary for required meetings, conferences, training sessions, etc.

    Key outcomes for each of the following areas and the scope of responsibility:

    • Customer Services: Serve as liaison to organization staff in areas such as payroll, 401(K) administration, and fringe benefits.  Mange banking and vendor relationships.   
    • Provider Relationships: Serve as a financial resource to child care providers participating in CFR programs.  Ensure timely payments and deposits for Child & Adult Food Program, Professional Development Courses, Family Child Care Registration, and any other CFR programs.
    • Program Administration & Management: Ensure fiscal compliance with NJ DHS DFD contract manuals. Ensure fiscal compliance with all program contracts/MOUs.
    • People Development: Attend pertinent training initiatives related to position responsibilities. Access training opportunities that enhance job knowledge and skills. Mentor fiscal staff.
    • Financial Management(includes Funding): Provide support in the management of CFR annual budget, DFD budget, and all sub program budgets. 

    To Apply: Contact Kevin Collins at kcollins@childandfamily-nj.org.




    New Jersey Community Development Corporation: Life Skills Coordinator, Independence House

    Posted: January 19, 2016
    Location: Paterson, NJ

    Summary: New Jersey Community Development Corporation  is a multi-faceted community development and social service agency providing opportunities to transform lives in Passaic County. Independence House is a transitional living program for homeless youth and youth aging-out of foster care who are between the ages of 17-21. We are seeking a dynamic individual to serve as the Life Skills Coordinator.  

    Responsibilities:

    • Ensuring the health, welfare, safety and personal development of program individuals by creating a nurturing environment that addresses individual needs and preferences and that promotes the attainment of individual goals and objectives as outlined in the Individual Service Plan (ISP).
    • Implementing Individual Service Plan (ISP) teaching/training schedule.
    • Ensuring that ISP goals and objectives are being addressed and that anticipated outcomes are being documented, monitored and met.
    • Teaching skills as per the ISP and in accordance with established methods.
    • Ensuring the timely and thorough completion of program documentation as required by state licensing standards, agency policy and procedures and quality assurance guidelines.
    • Reviewing the daily logs, medication logs, communication log, activity sheets, and incident reports at the beginning of each shift.
    • Assisting in the arrangement and providing of transportation of residents either through use of agency vehicles or public transportation.
    • Providing emergency shift coverage during staff shortages

    Qualifications:

    Prospective applicants must have a Bachelors Degree in a human services field with one to three years of experience working with young adults or a High School Diploma with three to seven years of experience working with young adults; excellent organizational skills; ability to work effectively independently or as a member of a team; excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills; and a valid drivers license. Computer skills are also essential, with experience with Microsoft Word, and Excel, preferred. Attractive salary and benefits package will be provided. 

    To Apply: Email your resume with a cover note telling us a little about yourself, your skills, and experience to Human Resources at careers@njcdc.org. Please place “Life Skills/Independence House” in the subject line of your email.





    New Jersey Community Development Corporation: Program Director, Independence House Marion Street & Elm Street Apartments

    Posted: January 19, 2016
    Location: Paterson, NJ

    Summary: New Jersey Community Development Corporation is a multi-faceted community development and social service agency with a mission of inspiring and empowering Paterson area residents with opportunities to transform their lives and communities.  Independence House is a transitional living program for youth between the ages of 17-21 who are either homeless or aging-out of foster care.  Marion Street  is a transitional living program for homeless youth with a documented disability who are between the ages of 18-21.

    The Director of Early Learning oversees NJCDC’s pipeline efforts to expand among coordination of pre-school centers in its neighborhood, offers opportunities to share professional development among pre- school and child care sites, coordinates shared programming for  students and parents and links all neighborhood pre-school age children with NJCDC’s pipeline of  programs and services. The Director will also assist in the development and implementation of new early childhood programs and services such as Parent Academy, a program to prepare first time parents for parenthood.    

    Responsibilities:

    • Overseeing all facets of program operations.
    • The overarching program philosophy is that of positive youth development, which helps young people develop independent living skills by drawing on their strengths and positive character attributes.
    • Ensuring that the facility and all program components are operated in accordance with the highest standards of program quality and best practices and in strict adherence with state (DYFS) licensing regulations.
    • Screening potential residents, developing individual service plans, and ensuring that appropriate services are provided.
    • Supervising the Case Managers, Employment Specialist, Youth Development Specialist and Youth Development Workers.
    • Serving as the liaison to community-based service providers in areas to include substance abuse prevention, mental health, job training and readiness, and educational services.
    • Working closely with the Director of Residential Operations to expand the breadth of resources available to consumers through cultivating community resources and implementing innovative programming.

    Qualifications:

    Prospective applicants must have a Bachelor’s Degree in the human services field with at least three years of supervisory experience in management and delivery services to adolescents and young adults, particularly at-risk youth. Master’s Degree is preferred. The successful candidate will have strong leadership, communication, and organizational skills.  Flexibility in work schedule is also essential.  Computer skills including proficiency in Microsoft Word, Access, and Excel are required.  Attractive salary and benefits package will be provided.

    To Apply: Please send your resume with a cover note telling us a little about yourself, your skills, and experience to careers@njcdc.org.  Please place “Program Director/Youth” in the subject line of your email.




    New Jersey Community Development Corporation: Assistant Director Community Outreach

    Posted: January 18, 2016
    Location: Paterson, NJ

    Summary: New Jersey Community Development Corporation is a multi-service community development organization based in the historic district of Paterson, New Jersey. 

    We seek an Assistant Director of Community Outreach, to develop and implement a variety of strategies and activities to engage local residents in the organization’s programs, as well as to broadly inform local residents about the organization’s offerings.

    The Assistant Director will also oversee the development and functioning of several new neighborhood associations.

    The Assistant must have strong organizational, supervisory, and presentation skills, be bilingual in Spanish and have the ability to work flexible hours.  Bachelor’s degree is preferred, as is a minimum of one year in a non-profit or similar environment with some supervisory experience.   

    To Apply: Interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter to Eddie Gonzalez at egonzalez@njcdc.org.

     



    New Jersey Community Development Corporation: Director, Neighborhood Help Center 

    Posted: January 18, 2016
    Location: Paterson, NJ

    Summary: New Jersey Community Development Corporation is a multi-service community development organization based in the historic district of Paterson, New Jersey. 

    We seek a Director of our Neighborhood Help Center, which is a one-stop service environment designed to assist local residents in resolving issues ranging from job search to foreclosure prevention to ESL instruction. The Director is responsible for overall operations of the Center and for developing and implementing a wide array of programming including workshops, seminars, and social events to engage neighborhood residents.

    Strong organizational, supervisory, and presentation skills are required, as well as being bilingual in Spanish and the ability to work flexible hours.  Bachelor’s degree also required, as is a minimum of two years of operating a program particularly in a non-profit environment. 

    To Apply: Interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter to Eddie Gonzalez at egonzalez@njcdc.org.

     



    New Jersey Community Development Corporation: Director of Early Learning

    Posted: January 18, 2016
    Location: Paterson, NJ

    Summary: New Jersey Community Development Corporation is a multi-service community development organization based in the historic district of Paterson, New Jersey. 

    The Director of Early Learning oversees NJCDC’s pipeline efforts to expand among coordination of pre-school centers in its neighborhood, offers opportunities to share professional development among pre- school and child care sites, coordinates shared programming for  students and parents and links all neighborhood pre-school age children with NJCDC’s pipeline of  programs and services. The Director will also assist in the development and implementation of new early childhood programs and services such as Parent Academy, a program to prepare first time parents for parenthood.    

    Responsibilities:

    • Leading and expanding Early Learning Network to support preschools and early childhood centers in the Great Falls Promise Neighborhood.
    • Identifying and organizing professional development workshops for the members of the Early Learning Network.
    • Enrolling at least 120 parents or caregivers with children under the age of 3 in Parent Academy Program.
    • Collaborating with Early Learning Network and community partners to host annual Great Falls Promise Neighborhood Preschool Conference and assessing conference attendees evaluations and feedback.
    • Creating referral process and recruitment strategy for Parent Academy Program.
    • Launching, overseeing and serving as master trainer for 9- week Parent Academy Program.
    • Working with Director of Research and Evaluation to identify variables and demographic data to be used for program evaluation.
    • Creating and maintaining relationships with Early Childhood professionals and leveraging the activities of other non-profit organizations and institutions working with Early Childhood.
    • Other duties as assigned.  

    Qualifications:

    Prospective applicants must have a Bachelor’s Degree; at least 5 years of experience as a program administrator in a child development setting; at least 5 years of experience leading training within an early childhood setting; thorough understanding of child growth and development; Infant/Toddler Environment Rate Scale (ITERS), the Early Childhood Environment Rating Scale (ECERS) and Classroom Assessment Scoring System (CLASS),as well as evidence of coalition-building; demonstrated leadership capacity and sound judgment; excellent verbal, written and interpersonal skills; and ability to work independently.  Attractive salary and benefits package will be provided.  

    To Apply: Interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter to Eddie Gonzalez at egonzalez@njcdc.org.

     



    Habitat for Humanity in Monmouth County: ReStore Truck Driver - Part Time

    Posted: January 12, 2016
    Location: Freehold, NJ

    Summary: Habitat for Humanity in Monmouth County’s ReStore is a nonprofit home-improvement store and donation center that sells new and gently used furniture, home accessories, building materials, and appliances to the public at 50%-75% of the retail price. The Monmouth County ReStore is proudly owned and operated by Habitat for Humanity in Monmouth County. Proceeds from the ReStore are used to build homes and hope here in our own community.

    Responsibilities:

    • Driving the ReStore truck pick up new or slightly used goods from homeowners or local businesses for resale at the ReStore.
    • Determine if merchandise to be donated meets ReStore guidelines for resale
    • Direct customers to alternate organizations if we cannot accept the donation
    • Unload the truck and bring donations into the ReStore receiving area
    • Provide appropriate paperwork to donor and keep a log of donations

    Qualifications:

    • Ability to lift up to heavy items up to 70 pounds without assistance
    • Ability to assess condition of merchandise
    • Good communication skills
    • Ability to gently decline items we cannot resell
    • Willingness to learn
    • Valid Drivers License and clean driving record
    • Ability to pass background check

    Benefits:

    • On-the-job training
    • An opportunity to gain work experience
    • 10% off all purchases made at the ReStore
    • Helping a community form stronger bonds while providing homes and hope for those in need

    Hours: Tuesdays - Saturday 9:00am to 3:00pm

    To Apply: Please send work experience/resume to the Restore Manager, Kerwin Webb at kwebb@habitatmonmouth.org.




    Womanspace: Bilingual Counselor Advocate

    Posted: January 8, 2016
    Location: Lawrenceville, NJ

    Summary: Full time position available at Womenspace to work directly with Spanish speaking clients, including individual and group counseling. This position provides advocacy for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Hours vary and interested candidates must be willing to work 2 nights a week. Candidate must have strong background in domestic violence, excellent communication and advocacy skills. A Master’s degree in a related field is required as well as fluent in speaking and writing in Spanish.  Excellent Benefits package including 401K. 

    To Apply: Please send resume to Susan Victor jobs@womanspace.org or fax to 609-394-5417.

     



    Student/Partner Alliance: Director of Development

    Posted: January 7, 2016
    Location: Summit, NJ

    Summary: Student/Partner Alliance (S/PA) is seeking a highly motivated professional who is passionate about having an impact on the lives of low-income, inner-city youth.  S/PA is a dynamic, successful non-profit organization providing scholarships and mentoring to deserving high school students in Essex, Union and Hudson counties.  We are looking for a part-time (15 hours per week) Director of Development to work with our dedicated Board and Executive Director to cultivate relations with our many existing donors and build on our network of individual, foundation and corporate donors so that we can assist more students. We offer excellent working conditions in Summit, NJ, the hours are flexible and pay will be commensurate with skills and experience. 

    Responsibilities:

    • Conduct full range of activities required to prepare, submit and manage high-quality grant proposals, letters of inquiry and follow up correspondence to individual donors, foundations, corporations and local community groups within the required time deadlines.
    • Identify, secure and steward new corporate, foundation and local community funding in line with S/PA’s mission and funding needs.
    • Actively steward and cultivate existing grant givers to maintain and develop the relationship, including preparing regular (semi-annual) reports on S/PA activities and providing any other correspondence and data requested.
    • Manage all aspects of the Annual Campaign (writing of solicitation letter, maintaining solicitation list, printing and mailing of solicitation and thank you letters and informing Trustees and staff members of donations received by their contacts.)
    • Support fund raising events with gift ideas and solicitations and any other required support.  In particular, be in charge of the Annual Golf Outing Auction.
    • Collaborate with the Board of Directors and Executive Director on prospect management, solicitation and stewardship.
    • Propose and execute new ways of fundraising as appropriate.
    • Complete any other responsibilities as deemed necessary to fulfill the duties in accordance with the position.  (Changes may be made throughout the year as required.)

    Qualifications:

    • BA degree
    • 5 + years of substantial experience in all aspects of fundraising
    • Excellent inter-personal and communication skills
    • Exceptional relationship management (donors, Board and other constituents)
    • Self-motivated team player with attention to detail
    • Curiosity and ability to learn new skills as needed
    • Proficiency in eTap or another fundraising data base and Microsoft Office Suite
    • Familiarity with the latest uses of social media for fundraising

    To Apply: Please send cover letter and C.V. to mmomber@studentpartneralliance.org if you are interested. 

     



    New Jersey Health Initiatives: Communications Specialist

    Posted: January 4, 2016
    Location: Camden, NJ

    Summary: New Jersey Health Initiatives (NJHI) is a statewide grantmaking program of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. The NJHI program office is located on the Camden campus of Rutgers University. This program office is funded through a grant to the Rutgers Institute of Health, Health Care Policy and Aging Research.

    NJHI supports innovations and drives conversations to build healthier communities through grantmaking across the State of New Jersey. To meet the many health needs of our state’s diverse populations, regions and communities, the NJHI program encourages collaboration across sectors in our state’s communities to foster deep relationships committed to long-term change affording everyone the opportunity to live the healthiest life possible.

    This position reports to the NJHI Deputy Director of Programs. Responsible for NJHI communications and program development. Supports the development and implementation of a broad communications strategy to promote NJHI, its programs and grantees, and its commitment to fostering statewide conversations around improving health in New Jersey. Responsible for development of program materials, publications, reports, social media and web content. Provides management support, ongoing monitoring and technical assistance to grantees funded by NJHI. Performs other duties as required.

    Qualifications:

    • Requires a bachelor’s degree preferably in communications, public relations, marketing, journalism, English, or a health-related field, or an equivalent combination of education and/or experience. Candidates with a Master’s degree preferred. Also requires a minimum of two years relevant experience in a public relations or promotions/event planning function. Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including ability to write professionally for varied audiences with attention to detail under tight deadlines.
    • Ability to be well organized, with strong interpersonal, time management, and analytic skills. Ability to problem-solve efficiently and expeditiously while maintaining a high level of accuracy and attention to detail and ability to communicate effectively. Proficiency in Microsoft Office suite (Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint). Experience in WordPress as a content management system.
    • Five years of experience in the communications field, preferably focused on public health, public policy, and/or nonprofit agency program development. Experience with multi-level database such as SalesForce.

    To Apply: View the complete job description.

     


     

    New Jersey Health Initiatives: Program Coordinator

    Posted: January 4, 2016
    Location: Camden, NJ

    Summary: New Jersey Health Initiatives (NJHI) is a statewide grantmaking program of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. The NJHI program office is located on the Camden campus of Rutgers University. This program office is funded through a grant to the Rutgers Institute of Health, Health Care Policy and Aging Research.

    NJHI supports innovations and drives conversations to build healthier communities through grantmaking across the State of New Jersey. To meet the many health needs of our state’s diverse populations, regions and communities, the NJHI program encourages collaboration across sectors in our state’s communities to foster deep relationships committed to long-term change affording everyone the opportunity to live the healthiest life possible.

    This position reports to the NJHI Deputy Director of Operations. Provides financial and administrative support in coordinating the administration of NJHI’s multiple funding projects. Serves as liaison to the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF), Rutgers University staff, NJHI grantees and the public, which includes applicants, other funders, vendors and information technology staff. Manages the NJHI grantee database. Assists with the daily operations for the office including facility management, equipment and supply purchase, inventory and maintenance. Performs key fiscal support functions in relation to grants; assists in budget development; monitors financial reporting and prepares financial reports required by the University and RWJF. Performs other duties as required.

    Qualifications:

    • Requires a bachelor’s degree in a related field, or an equivalent combination of education and/or experience that demonstrates knowledge and understanding of high level administrative functions, financial/fiscal skills, database management, report writing and analysis, work organization and office administration. Also requires a minimum of two years relevant experience in an administrative function or program coordination position that includes coordination of work and management of people.
    • Requires strong communication and writing skills. Ability to multi-task and necessary organizational skills to manage multiple competing demands effectively. Working knowledge of multi-level databases. Strong organizational skills and ability to efficiently prioritize and complete workload within time constraints. Excellent judgment, professionalism, and ability to work independently in a professional environment with limited supervision. Proficiency in all Microsoft Office suite (i.e., Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint).
    • Ability to perform highly skilled database duties and ability to assess work processes in order to develop database program elements to manage specific program related processes. Experience with databases, including SQL Server and/or SalesForce.

    To Apply: View the complete job description.




    Southern New Jersey Perinatal Cooperative: Performance Management Coordinator

    Posted: January 4, 2016
    Location: Trenton, NJ

    Summary: Southern New Jersey Perinatal Cooperative (SNJPC), a nonprofit maternal/child health agency providing programs/services to improve perinatal/pediatric health. This is full time position reporting to the Director of Operations and the leadership team at the NJ Department of Health. Responsibilities include managing and coordinate organization-wide efforts to ensure that performance management (PM) and quality improvement (QI) programs use a data-driven focus to set priorities for improvements aligned with ongoing strategic imperatives. Assures that organization-wide PMQI initiatives are focused and aligned on improving operational and program efficiencies and effectiveness.

    Qualifications:

    • Master’s degree in sociology, psychology, public health, public administration or related field.
    • 5 or more years of experience in health management, planning or public policy development.
    • Experience in Performance Management and Quality Improvement is required.
    • Valid driver’s license, car and current insurance policy

    Successful candidates for employment by SNJPC must undergo a criminal background check and driver`s license review.  

     SNJPC offers a comp. salary and benefits pkg.  It is SNJPC’s policy to make every practical effort to accommodate individuals with disabilities to execute the crucial functions to the job.  EOE

    To Apply: Visit our website at www.snjpc.org.




    Trenton Health Team: Program Manager

    Posted: December 30, 2015
    Location: Trenton, NJ

    Summary: The Trenton Health Team is a community health improvement collaborative serving Trenton, N.J. The collaborative is an innovative partnership among St. Francis Medical Center, Capital Health, Henry J. Austin Federally Qualified Health Center and the Department of Health and Human Services of the City of Trenton. The vision of the Trenton Health Team is to make Trenton the healthiest city in the state. Our mission is to transform healthcare for the city by forming a committed partnership with the community to expand access to high quality, coordinated healthcare.

    The Community Health Collaborative (CHC) program is designed to support community and school-based initiatives that instill a culture of health in Trenton’s school-aged population.  The Program Manager will work closely with the Director of Development to implement THT’s role as the backbone organization for the CHC program and will have primary responsibility for oversight and monitoring of the program.   

    The Program Manager will coordinate day-to-day logistics for the project, serving as primary liaison among the CHC partners and with community organizations and agencies (e.g., community based organizations, Trenton schools and afterschool sites) where interventions are being implemented, ensuring that data pertaining to project outcomes are gathered with accuracy and in a timely manner, and promoting a spirit of collaboration among CHC partners. The Program Manager will also work collaboratively to ensure that effective tracking systems and reports are developed and deployed by THT’s data team, including input from all CHC partners.

    Responsibilities:

    • Performs general program coordination and input to goal setting.
    • Schedules and facilitates regular program meetings, including agenda setting, note taking, and follow-up on action items.
    • Coordinates with partners, THT staff, particularly the Data Analyst and Director of Development, to support the development and ongoing execution of agreed-upon evaluation metrics and provide appropriate training, assistance, and support of data collection efforts.
    • Serves as the principle point of contact and liaison to CHC members and other community stakeholders.
    • Manages all administrative aspects of project-related activities, including: coordination of regular meetings with CHC funder and across the partner collaborative; ongoing communication among CHC partners.
    • Produces/oversees production of all event-related materials and supplies including but not limited to: brochures, posters, letters, programs, certificates, and name tags.
    • Generates and disseminates event correspondence and meeting invitations; coordinates all mailings; maintains contact lists.
    • Oversees the project budget and tracks expenses ensuring that all events and materials stay within their allowable budgets.
    • Provides regular status updates and recommendations to the Director of Development regarding budget, schedules and resource allocation.
    • Tracks program participation and monitors project outcomes for reporting within THT, among the collaborative partners, and to CHC funder. 
    • Promotes a spirit of collegial partnership among CHC members.
    • Along with Director of Development, schedules regular status updates and keeps funder apprised of program progress.

    Qualifications:

    Bachelor’s degree required. Knowledge about diabetes, especially type 2 and the role of lifestyle choices and experience with pediatric obesity and diabetes, a plus. At least two years working in a community interfacing role. Strong computer experience with proficiency in Google Apps suite, Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.  Familiarity with data collection methods and approaches.  Experience working in the City of Trenton a plus. 

    To Apply: Trenton Health Team has retained TMW Human Resources Group to assist in the recruitment and selection for this position. Qualified candidates can apply by submitting a cover letter, describing your interest and qualifications, your resume (in Word format), and salary history to: Twoodland@tmwhrgroup.com.  In the subject line, please include your last name and position title. 



    United Way of Ocean County: Director of Resource Development

    Posted: December 22, 2015
    Location: Toms River, NJ

    Summary: The United Way of Ocean County is looking for a Director of Resource Development (“DRD”) to provide leadership, strategic direction, priority setting, oversight, management and hands-on coordination for the Resource Development team.  Together with the Executive Director and the team of volunteers and staff, the DRD will create fund development partnerships that increase the assets of the organization with support of foundations, corporations, and individual donors.

    The DRD is coming to the organization in the midst of a strategic planning process that will set forth viable goals, systems, and practices to further the engagement and retention of current and prospective donors, and foster their long-term relationships with the organization. 

    The DRD must be a sophisticated relationship-builder who is able to work effectively with a wide variety of internal and external stakeholders including the Executive Director, Board of Directors, volunteers and other members of the staff.  The DRD reports directly to the Executive Director and will supervise support staff.

    The DRD will have a proven track record in identifying, cultivating and securing funding in a non-profit setting. The DRD will be responsible for day-to-day management and oversight of all activities connected with achieving campaign goals, including events.

    Responsibilities:

    Grants - Proposal Writing and Reporting

    • Proven record of finding and obtaining grants over $50K a plus, inclusive of directing the writing, preparation, submission, and management of grant proposals to foundations and other sources
    • Write and/or edit development materials and correspondence
    • Assist program staff to gather the information necessary to report to funders on current grants.

    Resource Development Leadership

    • Seek out and develop funding and program partnerships with others that will enable the growth of UWOC
    • In partnership with the Executive Director, develop and monitor strategic goals and objectives for resource development to ensure appropriate, organizationally effective and timely accomplishment of UWOC’s mission
    • In partnership with the Executive Director and Board of Directors create and lead the overall resource development strategy
    • Improve and maintain donor management and analysis systems
    • Oversee UWOC’s gift acknowledgment and donor recognition programs

    Organizational Management

    • Play a significant role in organizational strategic planning, development, and assessment activities
    • Develop the annual resource development budget, and oversee and report on the progress of meeting budget projections

    Qualifications:

    • Bachelor’s degree; related experience
    • Minimum of five years’ experience at the Director level/senior management, leading the generation of multiple types of revenue  in an entrepreneurial nonprofit environment; supervisory experience necessary
    • Proven experience and knowledge of the full spectrum of development, including gift solicitations, stewardship, donor recognition and administration
    • Track record of working with corporate, foundation, and individual sources; proven ability to expand and cultivate donor/funding relationships over time
    • Special event and fundraiser experience a plus
    • Skilled at moving agendas forward by building strong partnerships with diverse groups of constituents
    •  Strategic, analytical approach combined with professionalism, charisma and ability to roll up the sleeves and get the project done
    • Excellent judgment and initiative; strategic thinker; enthusiastic and entrepreneurial
    • Inspirational and effective speaker for large or small conferences, seminars and meetings
    • Strong organizational skills, excellent writing skills

    Salary: $67,000 - $72,000 plus benefits, dependent of experience.

    To Apply: Please email cover letter and resume to jobs@unitedwayofocean.org with Resource Development Director in the subject line.




    Opportunity Project: Job Coach Counselor - Part Time

    Posted: December 18, 2015
    Location: Millburn, NJ

    Summary: The Job Coach Counselor at the Opportunity Project is responsible for working side-by-side with members in the work activities of the Clubhouse as well as, in work-sites in the community.  Services are conducted to provide an environment to increase the independent living, pre-vocational and vocational potential for adults with brain injuries.

    Responsibilities:

    • Organize Clubhouse work assignments for members
    • Along with the Vocational Counselor, assist members in resume writing, applying to jobs online and corresponding with potential employers
    • Provide onsite job coaching at job samples, volunteer positions and paid employment
    • Provide daily progress notes that the Vocational Counselor can use in internal/external reports, meetings and correspondence with employers
    • Educate and strategize with Vocational Counselor, Program Director and current employers regarding job carving, modifications and adaptations to help Members succeed at volunteer and paid jobs
    • Provide the needed support to assist in community reintegration

    Qualifications:

    • BA/BS Degree in rehabilitation counseling, special education, or a related field required. MS, CRC or LSW preferred. Some experience working with people with brain injury helpful.
    • Must have excellent relationship building, organizational, oral/written communication and computer skills.
    • Valid NJ driver’s license and clean driving record required. 

    To Apply: Please email resumes and cover letters, as well as any questions to Tara Kapleau, Program Director, at tkapleau@opportunityproject.org. No calls please.

     

     

     

     


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