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Leadership Giving Officer        Insperity        

Job Description Job Description Description & Requirements Leadership Giving Officer What is the Role? The Leadership Giving Officer plays a central role in Yosemite Conservancy's development efforts, responsible for revenue generation from a robust portfolio of mid-level donors primarily in Northern California who have aligned philanthropic interests and the capacity to make outright gifts of $1,000 and more, with an emphasis on donors giving between $1,000 and $25,000. You must be skilled in relationship building and management to identify, cultivate, engage, solicit and steward current and potential leadership donors and make significant contributions towards the Conservancy's overall fundraising success. You will strategize with fundraisers, senior Conservancy staff, and Board & Council members, and will be essential as the Conservancy launches its Centennial Campaign in 2023 and looks to grow its leadership giving program. This new position will work closely with all members of the development team, Conservancy and Yosemite National Park leadership, and colleagues based in San Francisco, Yosemite, and around the United States. Who We Are We're passionate about Yosemite - and about helping people connect with, learn about, support and take care of the park. Yosemite Conservancy is the only nonprofit dedicated to supporting Yosemite National Park. As Yosemite's official philanthropic partner and cooperating association, we work closely with the park to fund high-priority projects and provide enriching educational programs. As a member of the Conservancy team, you'll be making a difference for Yosemite every day. We work together to inspire donors, support enriching visitor programs and services and fund projects that protect wildlife, restore trails and habitat, advance scientific research and enrich the visitor experience for all. What You'll Do As the Leadership Giving Officer, you will report to the Senior Philanthropy Officer, Northern California and National, and is responsible for the following: Identify, qualify and manage a portfolio of approximately 150 - 200 donors geographically focused in Northern California with the possibility of expanding territory to other regions. Donors will have the capacity and inclination to make mid-level leadership gifts ranging from $1,000 - $25,000, with an emphasis on upgrading gifts at the high four and low five-figure levels. Build relationships with identified prospects with the goal of qualifying additions into the portfolio. Develop and implement strategies for the cultivation and stewardship of donors that will increase their connection, involvement and giving. Manage stewardship plans for new and renewing donors at the $1,000 - $10,000 levels. Arrange and complete 120 virtual and in-person donor meetings per year to build and deepen relationships, with the ultimate goal of soliciting and closing annual gifts of up to $25,000 and campaign gifts of up to $100,000 to the organization. Conduct regular portfolio review and partner with Philanthropy Officers on transition of donors to the major gift program when there is an indication of greater giving capacity and inclination. Solicit gifts both independently and collaboratively with other staff members and volunteers. Craft written proposals when appropriate. Work closely with the Chief of Projects and Projects Director to gain a comprehensive understanding of Conservancy-funded projects and programs, and Yosemite National Park goals. Collaborate with Yosemite program staff (in El Portal) and marketing staff (based in San Francisco) to engage, cultivate and steward donors in the portfolio, providing a cohesive and unified donor experience. Use Raiser's Edge database to document moves management process, ensuring key donor information is recorded and pertinent research is captured. Prepare quantitative and anecdotal reports on leadership gift program accomplishments for Conservancy and Board & Council leadership. Conduct research and prepare prospect briefings for Conservancy leadership and volunteers involved in prospect meetings. Work with Development staff members to coordinate and share/exchange pertinent information about donors, strategies and activities. Regularly attend donor events both regionally and in Yosemite National Park. Education and Experience Qualifications: Bachelor's degree At least two years of professional experience in nonprofit fundraising or related environment. Experience cultivating and securing donations from individual donors strongly preferred. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Commitment to the mission, values, goals, and success of Yosemite Conservancy Strong communication skills - verbal and written Exceptional attention to detail, time-management and organizational skills Knowledge of and interest in Yosemite National Park Familiarity with a variety of software programs (Microsoft Office); experience with Raiser's Edge NXT, WealthEngine, and Campaign Monitor is a plus. Positive attitude and a warm friendly manner to all colleagues, Yosemite Conservancy supporters and members of the public. Willingness to work some evenings and weekends, occasionally in Yosemite National Park. What Else You Should Know We value diversity among our staff just as we value it among park visitors. Yosemite Conservancy is an equal opportunity employer, and we encourage people of all backgrounds to apply to join our team. We especially encourage people of color, LGBTQ people, transgender and gender non-conforming people, and people with disabilities to apply. COVID-19 update: Please be aware that Yosemite Conservancy currently requires all employees to be fully vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus as a condition of employment. Yosemite Conservancy will consider requests for medical or religious accommodation to this vaccination requirement during the recruiting process if such accommodation would permit the individual to perform the essential functions of the job. The position is full-time and can be based anywhere in the San Francisco Bay Area, with core work hours on Pacific Time. In-office work once or twice a week is expected to be encouraged for staff local to the Conservancy's San Francisco office. The annual salary range for this position is $95,000 to $105,000, depending on experience. We offer excellent benefits, including: 11 annual holidays and 2 floating personal days 100% paid premiums for employee health insurance Vision and dental insurance Basic life insurance Vacation and sick leave Retirement program with 7% contribution (following one year of employment) Annual National Parks pass Stipends to visit Yosemite National Park twice a year and more PRO ZCL

Middle Office Operations , Officer        State Street Corporation        Alameda

As Middle Office Corporate Actions Officer you will. Handle Middle Office and Custody Corporate Action instruction processing. Assist in addressing corporate action queries from internal middle office clients. Ensure timely corporate action processinOperations, Officer, Office, Operation, Corporate, Business Services

Security Officer - Corporate Office        Allied Universal Security Services        Fremont

As a Security Officer, you will serve and safeguard clients in a range of industries such as Commercial Real Estate, Healthcare, Education, Government and more. Responsibilities:Provide customer service to our clients by carrying out safety and securSecurity Officer, Officer, Corporate, Security, Business Services, Office

Office Manager        Robert Half        Menlo Park

Ref ID: 00370-0012576557 Classification: Office Manager Compensation: $33.25 to $38.50 hourly A highly-skilled and motivated Office Manager is wanted by a growing Non-Profit company to lead office operations. The ideal candidate would a serious self-starter looking to expand their career. Contact Robert Half today to be considered for this exciting opportunity. This Office Manager role is based in the Menlo Park, California area and is a long-term contract / temporary opportunity. How you will make an impact - Evaluate current office organizational structure and make improvements - Help Management in managing budget for office related items and staff - Be a part of maturing and editing office policies and procedure for improved workflow - Lead overall office administration - Be responsible for word processing, copy services, office reception, mail and distribution efforts, communication systems, utility services, and office equipment

Office Coordinator        Hunter Hamilton        Foster City

Hunter Hamilton has partnered with the number one job board seeking a contract Office Coordinator for our Employee Experience & Facilities team As part of this team you will work with team members to fulfill our team’s mission, “We Help Make Your Workplace Awesome.” We strive to create a welcoming environment at the office’s reception area. This includes, greeting all candidates, clients and visitors as well as our own employees daily. You will be responsible for daily reception duties such as, accepting mail and deliveries, assisting employees and guests with questions, assisting customers or jobseekers that may also walk-in. We are looking for someone who can collaborate with the Senior Office Manager to build and cultivate a positive and productive culture in the office. Incorporating our core value of Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging into the office culture. You will do this through company sponsored events, helping to manage in-office employee perks, programs, and offerings, maintaining a safe and fun workplace, and much more. This role is a phenomenal opportunity for anyone who wants to gain experience in employee engagement, office operations and logistics and event planning. The Office Coordinator role is an in-office position supporting office operations. What will you do? Provide top-notch customer service for employees, candidates, visitors and guests by greeting them warmly, answering questions, and assisting with requests. Be the first point of contact at the reception desk welcoming visitors, accepting all incoming mail and packages, ensuring that the lobby/reception area is organized, and managing our visitor/mail, software system. Collaborate and assist the Sr. Office Manager in planning and carrying out company sponsored events and company-wide meetings. Partner with our Sr. Office Mgr. to triage and close out employee requests and queries via our ticketing system, ServiceNow. Ensure that the office supply areas, parents rooms, wellness rooms, phone booths, and conference rooms are fully stocked, neat, and organized. Coordinate all training rooms, all-hands areas, and other large bookable space calendars for team and employee requests via ServiceNow. Maintain good working relationships with all department partners and work cross functionally/geographically with internal teams and external vendors Assist Senior Office Manager and Regional Operations Manager as needed with special projects. Requirements: 1 yrs of office administration or equivalent in a similar setting. Proven customer service skills, including approachability, flexibility, understanding, attentiveness, emotional intelligence and positivity. Should demonstrate strong problem solving and solutions oriented skills. Organized and has the ability to quickly adapt to change when needed. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Can-do mentality and strives to do more for a growing team Exceptional digital literacy and clearly tech savvy with experience in people operations software such as helpdesk or ticketing systems. Google Suite (Docs, Sheets, Slides) experience is a plus. Fully vaccinated for COVID-19 LI-WE1

Office Manager        Robert Half        Philatelic

Ref ID: 00410-0012567706 Classification: Sales Assistant Compensation: $65000.00 to $80000.00 yearly Office Manager (Onsite) Our client, a transportation planning and engineering firm whose mission is to create safe, smart, and efficient transportation systems for society is hiring an Office Manager/Executive Assistant. the Office Manager/Executive Assistant will work closely with a founding Principal and help support a talented group of transportation planners and engineers who are striving to make the world smarter, more accessible, and sustainable. The ideal candidate must possess strong organizational, communication, and time management skills, be detailed oriented, and ready to be the “face” of this company. Duties: General office administrative functions, including daily phone calls and mail, office supplies, staff on-boarding, as well as interface with our payroll company, insurance companies, and IT and other service providers. Accounting function: Prepare monthly invoices and payments, and interface with outside CPA. Maintain company project and admin files, such as personnel, lease agreements, insurances, certifications, vendor list, and tax information. High preference for prior engineering/architecture industry experience. Quickbooks a must. CONTACT NATALIE LUE, ROBERT HALF ( Natalie.Lue - at - roberthalf - .com) WITH YOUR RESUME AS A WORD DOCUMENT.

Office Manager        Robert Half        Walnut Creek

Ref ID: 00470-0012584132 Classification: Office Manager Compensation: $28.00 to $30.00 hourly Walnut Creek Client is in need of an onsite temp to hire Office Manager. The Front Office Manager is the hub of the entire office. Greets evaluates, family members, drivers, attorneys, interpreters, and visitors. Providing appropriate information, location of food and resources in the area, directions to return home, for example. Accepting packages and stamping with today’s date stamp. Answering the phones and takes messages, transferring calls with staff after making contact to see if this call will be taken. Promotes business by providing information to callers about services, e-mailing and mailing letters, reports and preparing these at the office for USPS pick-up, or for other types of distribution such as GLS. 2. Requests signed service retainer agreements, fee advances, and records on new and existing cases by phone and email and to ensure it is received prior to scheduled appointment. 3. Schedules and confirms appointments 2-3 working days prior to appointment for evaluatee. This may include contacting attorneys on the case as directed by the vocational consultant. 4. Maintains the computer calendar system and promptly calls on cases to request records, signed service retainer agreements, and fee advances using the physical case file folders as directed by the consultants. Requests information to clarify the status of cases. Posts upcoming calendar dates in the computer, and all appropriate physical calendars. 5. Transcription and typing: Transcribes reports, letters and other documents; types of letters, reports, flyers and other documents from copy; corrects letters, invoices, flyers; constructs tables, and other documents in an accurate and timely manner, being aware of deadlines. May create PowerPoint presentations and Excel spreadsheets. 6. Bookkeeping: Enters time daily into the computer time and billing system for services completed by staff members from the blue sheets and gives to another staff member for recheck. Prints and corrects trial invoices to prepare final invoices, and faxes or scans documents and invoices as left at front desk with the mail. This position requires confidentiality regarding each case, case information, case details and potential referrals is a priority. Information is not shared by telephone, emails, faxes or in person unless part of the referral company, or their attorney, or authorized by the consultant. If you are interested in this Front Office Manager role, please apply today.

Office Manager        Robert Half        Berkeley

Ref ID: 00340-0012582365 Classification: Administrative Assistant Compensation: $20.90 to $24.20 hourly If you're looking for work as an Administrative Assistant, Robert Half has an opening for someone who is results-oriented and deeply passionate about growing their career. You'll succeed in this Administrative Assistant position, if you can perform various administrative and office support duties. Mail merging, pivot tables, and presentation design are key parts of this position, so if that's your thing, don't hesitate to contact us There is a terrific Administrative Assistant opening in the Berkeley, California area, so if you're looking for a short-term contract / temporary position, this might be right for you Your responsibilities - Field telephone calls - Complete word processing, filing, and faxing - Greet and direct visitors - Provide help when needed with various projects for other employees

Office Admin        Express Employment Professionals Fremont        Mount Eden

Key Responsibilities Answering phones, Work on Bill Estimates, Process & Type Inventories. Support Project Coordinator & Manager; provide customer service & problem solving capabilities. Responsible for estimating and coordination jobs with insurance company

Office Administrator        Express Employment Professionals Fremont        Hayward

Key Responsibilities: Answer incoming customer service calls for services and general pricing. Assist with Account Receivables & Payables. Work on filing, data entry on a regular basis. Must be able to mange and administer benefits for the company's employees by working with the providers. Assist with day-to-day operations of the Payroll and HR functions and duties. Perform day to day financial transactions, including verifying, classifying, computing, posting, and recording accounts receivables' data. Prepare bills, invoices, and bank deposits. Verify discrepancies by and resolving clients' billing issues. Facilitate payment of invoices due by sending bill reminders and contacting clients.

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