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Our team works tirelessly to connect those in need around Bellevue with services that make a direct and lasting impact. But we need your help. Find out how you can become part of our mission to grow community below. 

Jubilee REACH Investor Relations Officer

Position

The Investor Relations Officer will play a significant role in the development/fundraising efforts contributing to the growth of Jubilee REACH. This highly visible position puts you face-to-face with current and prospective supporters, board members, volunteers and partners of Jubilee REACH enlisting their help to transform lives and the community one student at a time.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Utilize the steps of effective fundraising whereby prospective and current investors are moved through a system of donor identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship.
  • Secure financial support from individuals, foundations and corporations.
  • Develop giving society – recognition/appreciation/growth of donations and membership – for monthly donors.
  • Develop and maintain ongoing relationships with mid-level donors ($1,000 - $5,000)
  • Investor Relations Officer will be expected to interact directly with a minimum of ten (10) donors/week and be the solicitor for at least 100 donors.
  • Participate with the planning and implementation of all fundraising events.
  • Consistently utilize Salesforce.com (or other donor software) to document all donor interactions.
  • Work with director to establish annual fundraising goals and performance measurement standards.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Excellent oral and written communication, and listening skills
  • Expertise in  MS Office products
  • Knowledge of basic fundraising techniques including face-to-face solicitation, proposal writing, special events, prospect research and reporting
  • Preferred knowledge of prospect/donor management software
  • High ethical standards
  • Flexible attitude and team player
  • Donor and volunteer service mentality
  • Analytical capabilities

If you have a passion for supporting youth and the interpersonal, communication and leadership skills to lead an audacious effort to expand our services into every school within the Bellevue School District, we’ll provide the training you’ll need for success. This is an outstanding opportunity for ambitious individuals to do meaningful, personally rewarding work.


Jubilee REACH Site-Coach

Role and Responsibilities:

The Site Coach is responsible to the Jubilee REACH leadership team, who is partnered and accountable to the principal and school staff, and is focused on building healthy relationships and a caring, accountable “community” in and around the school. Serving as an interdependent, intermediary, the Site Coach ensures that every child is known, loved, affirmed and feels they “belong.”  The Site Coach successfully executes a variety of relationship building activities, sports and services, while managing Jubilee staff, volunteers and coordinating all faith-based and partner organizations serving at the school.

I. Qualifications:

  • Must be 18 years or older
  • Pass Federal fingerprint and State (WSP) background check and reference check 
  • Minimum HS diploma or GED equivalent, college degree preferred 
  • Posses a heart to serve and to love those most difficult to love
  • Minimum of 3 years’ experience working with youth
  • Minimum of 1 year of Youth Program development and execution experience

II. Skills Required:

  • Strength of presence, patience and perseverance
  • Social/emotional intelligence and the desire to serve humbly and compassionately
  • Ability to build relationships with students, parents, staff, administration and volunteers
  • Ability to work openly and responsibly with school’s principal
  • Core values of trustworthiness and integrity of character
  • Excellence in follow-through and follow-up on details
  • Ability to “go to” and manage conflict well
  • Commitment to uphold, embody, and enforce Bellevue School District (BSD) and school rules and values

III. Areas of Responsibility and Quality Execution

  • Check in with designated school staff daily
  • Meet with school Principal regularly
  • Support daily activities and invest time in classes and be present in halls as requested by school staff
  • Facilitate all before, during and after school activities, sports and services
  • Coordinate serve and manage all onsite JR staff  and volunteers
  • Account for every student on a daily basis, including one-on-one “check and connects”
  • Serve as a conduit for all faith based and other service organizations desiring to serve each school as requested in coordination & collaboration with administration and partner organizations
  • Coordinate with FCC staff to support and serve the needs of families including but not limited to adult classes on-site, such as ESL, GED, Computers, etc.
  • Attend weekly Site Coach training meetings and periodic meetings with school Principals

 


Jubilee REACH Assistant Site-Coach

Role and Responsibilities:

The Assistant Site Coach is responsible to the Jubilee REACH leadership team, who is partnered and accountable to the principal and school staff, and is focused on building healthy relationships and a caring, accountable “community” in and around the school. Serving as an interdependent, intermediary, the Assistant Site Coach works with their Site Coach to ensure that every child is known, loved, affirmed and feels they “belong.”  The Assistant Site Coach successfully supports and executes a variety of relationship building activities, sports and services, while assisting Jubilee staff, volunteers and helping to coordinate all faith-based and partner organizations serving at the school.

I. Qualifications:

  • Must be 18 years or older
  • Pass Federal fingerprint and State (WSP) background check and reference check 
  • Minimum HS diploma or GED equivalent, college degree preferred 
  • Posses a heart to serve and to love those most difficult to love
  • Minimum of 1 years’ experience working with youth

II. Skills Required:

  • Strength of presence, patience and perseverance
  • Social/emotional intelligence and the desire to serve humbly and compassionately
  • Ability to build relationships with students, parents, staff, administration and volunteers
  • Ability to work openly and responsibly with school’s principal
  • Core values of trustworthiness and integrity of character
  • Excellence in follow-through and follow-up on details
  • Ability to “go to” and manage conflict well
  • Commitment to uphold, embody, and enforce Bellevue School District (BSD) and school rules and values

III. Areas of Responsibility and Quality Execution

  • Check in with designated school staff daily
  • Work under the daily direction of the Jubilee REACH Site Coach
  • Support daily activities and invest time in classes and be present in halls as requested by school staff and Site Coach
  • Facilitate before, during and after school activities, sports and services
  • Support and serve an all onsite JR staff and volunteers
  • Account for every student on a daily basis, including one-on-one “check and connects”
  • Coordinate with FCC staff to support and serve the needs of families including but not limited to adult classes on-site, such as ESL, GED, Computers, etc.
  • Attend weekly Site Coach training meetings and periodic meetings with school Principals

Jubilee REACH Hourly Site-Coach

Role and Responsibilities:

The Hourly Site Coach is responsible to the Jubilee REACH leadership team, who is partnered and accountable to the principal and school staff, and is focused on building healthy relationships and a caring, accountable “community” in and around the school. Serving as an interdependent, intermediary, the Hourly Site Coach works with their Site Coach to ensure that every child is known, loved, affirmed and feels they “belong.”  The Hourly Site Coach successfully supports and executes a variety of relationship building activities, sports and services, while assisting Jubilee staff, volunteers and helping to coordinate all faith-based and partner organizations serving at the school.

I. Qualifications:

  • Must be 18 years or older
  • Pass Federal fingerprint and State (WSP) background check and reference check 
  • Minimum HS diploma or GED equivalent, college degree preferred 
  • Posses a heart to serve and to love those most difficult to love
  • Minimum of 6 months of experience working with youth

II. Skills Required:

  • Strength of presence, patience and perseverance
  • Social/emotional intelligence and the desire to serve humbly and compassionately
  • Ability to build relationships with students, parents, staff, administration and volunteers
  • Ability to work openly and responsibly with school’s principal
  • Core values of trustworthiness and integrity of character
  • Excellence in follow-through and follow-up on details
  • Ability to “go to” and manage conflict well
  • Commitment to uphold, embody, and enforce BSD and school rules and values

III. Areas of Responsibility and Quality Execution

  • Check in with designated school staff daily
  • Work under the daily direction of the Jubilee REACH Site Coach
  • Facilitate before, during and after school activities, sports and services as directly by Site Coach
  • Support and serve an all onsite JR staff and volunteers
  • Working with the Site Coach, account for every student on a daily basis, including one-on-one “check and connects”
  • Coordinate with FCC staff to support and serve the needs of families including but not limited to adult classes on-site, such as ESL, GED, Computers, etc.
  • Attend weekly Site Coach training meetings and periodic meetings with school Principals

 

Jubilee REACH Site-Coach Intern

Role and Responsibilities:

The Site Coach Intern is responsible to the Jubilee REACH leadership team, who is partnered and accountable to the principal and school staff, and is focused on building healthy relationships and a caring, accountable “community” in and around the school. Serving as an interdependent, intermediary, the intern will strive to ensure that every child is known, loved, affirmed and feels they “belong.”  The Site Coach Intern successfully executes a variety of relationship building activities, sports and services, working with Jubilee staff, volunteers and helping to coordinate all faith-based and partner organizations serving at the school. The Site Coach Intern will also learn about and explore other opportunities to serve in faith-based and other organizations in our community.

I. Qualifications:

  • Must be 18 years or older
  • Pass Federal fingerprint and State (WSP) background check and reference check 
  • Minimum HS diploma or GED equivalent, college degree preferred 
  • Posses a heart to serve and to love those most difficult to love
  • Minimum of 1 year experience working with youth

II. Skills Required:

  • Strength of presence, patience and perseverance
  • Social/emotional intelligence and the desire to serve humbly and compassionately
  • Ability to build relationships with students, parents, staff, administration and volunteers
  • Ability to work openly and responsibly with school’s principal
  • Core values of trustworthiness and integrity of character
  • Excellence in follow-through and follow-up on details
  • Ability to “go to” and manage conflict well
  • Commitment to uphold, embody, and enforce BSD and school rules and values

III. Areas of Responsibility and Quality Execution

  • Build and honor trusting relationships with students, families, and school staff
  • Attend the Murdock Charitable Trust Vision and Call Retreat on October 5, 6, 7.
  • Meet as scheduled with Internship Advisor and Chaplain for support and guidance
  • Check in with designated school staff daily
  • Assist in lunch activities and invest time in classes and be present in halls as requested by school staff
  • Facilitate all before, during and after school activities, sports and services
  • Account for every student on a daily basis, including one-on-one “check and connects”
  • Serve as a conduit for all faith based and other service organizations desiring to serve each school as requested in coordination & collaboration with administration and partner organizations
  • Coordinate with FCC staff to support and serve the needs of families including but not limited to adult classes on-site, such as ESL, GED, Computers, etc.
  • Assist in providing successful enrichment activities to students in the Bellevue School District 

Jubilee REACH Thrift Store Online Sales Representative  

Position Summary:

This position is responsible for Jubilee REACH Thrift Store’s Online Sales, including managing, staging, processing and stock/inventorying items for online.  This individual will not only help drive revenue, but represent Jubilee REACH and the thrift store through online platforms with customers and donors we reach.

Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for using the online store platforms (i.e. eBay and Jubilee REACH Thrift Store Online Store and potentially other online platforms) to sell Thrift Store merchandise.
  • Responsible for staging the items, which includes preparing and writing item description; processing the items by testing, grading, researching, photographing, and posting; and stocking and labeling the items for future storage.
  • Ensure donations from the thrift store are sorted properly for online.
  • Ensure staging, processing and stock/inventorying of online item is correct.
  • Support a customer friendly experience that articulates the heart of Jubilee REACH for the online customers.

Requirements:

  • Federal and State Background Check
  • Must be 18 years or older
  • Minimum of High School Diploma or GED equivalent. College degree and advanced degree preferred.
  • Minimum of 1-2 years of Online Sales experience
  • Minimum of 1-2 year of Customer Service
  • Entry level Photography skills
  • Working knowledge of Adobe Photoshop and/or Lightroom
  • Good eye for brands and quality goods
  • Ability to work independently and as a team
  • Excellent written and oral communications skills
  • Excellent computer skills

Other:

  • Part-time - 25 hours per week
  • Potential to grow part-time into full-time position
  • Pay will be depending on experience