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The Accounts Payable Manager is responsible for managing the organization’s accounts payable process and function in the Finance Office. This position oversees and tweaks the Accounts Payable procedures associated with the payment of invoices as necessary, ensuring the accuracy and timeliness of the entire process as related to vendor payments. This will be a hands-on role to start, with the possibility to frame and grow the AP function to fully accommodate the growing amount of payment requests received. This role works cooperatively with nearly all facets of the organization, from the CEO to Portfolio Managers to line level staff.
The Administrative Coordinator will work with the board of the Maryland Association for Adult, Community and Continuing Education (MAACCE) to provide administrative support to the MAACCE board and its activities including the annual conference. MAACE is a fiscally sponsored project of Strong City Baltimore.
Strong City Baltimore is seeking a Center Operator for nonprofit, program and building management work in Baltimore City. This is a contracted 8 hours per week exempt position with the possibility of increasing hours (with some evenings required). The Center Operator will oversee Saturday programming (10:00 AM – 6:00 PM), building operations, and manage Saturday space rentals at the 29th Street Community Center.
There will be opportunities to fill in for staff and to work shift differential hours at a higher pay rate. Potential times that the candidate could work include:
- Weeknights (Monday – Thursday 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM)
- Sundays afternoons and evenings (12:00 PM- 6:00 PM)
- Weekend evenings (Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, 6:00 PM-12:00 AM)
The Operations Assistant at Project TEAMtime will have both internal and external facing responsibilities, ranging from customer service and administration (communications, written reports, filing, etc.), human resource management (HR/recruiting, mentoring, career progression, etc.), and program management (supervising, program oversight, etc.). The Operations Assistant will partner closely with the NFK Executive Director to ensure future growth and strategic response to an ever-increasing demand for the organization’s services.
Seeking a self-starter, independent, detail-oriented, and community-focused person, to manage the 11th Annual Neighborhood Institute (NI), a Strong City Baltimore signature annual networking and skill-building event. The Neighborhood Institute aims to provide community residents, neighborhood leaders and community development professionals with the training they need to build on assets and tackle challenges big and small. The Neighborhood Institute Manager is the primary staff person responsible for coordinating the planning, content, outreach, fundraising, and marketing for this event. The Institute will likely happen in September of 2019, and aims to bring together a diverse group of engaged community members, and will take in at least $50,000 of revenue.
Strong City Baltimore, Inc., is a nonprofit organization located in Baltimore City providing fiscal sponsorship to over 130 projects throughout Baltimore City. Projects relationships are stewarded by a team of Portfolio Managers (PMs). The role of the Portfolio Manager is to identify and understand the needs of their assigned portfolio of projects and assist in meeting those needs. Portfolio Managers provide fiscal oversight for projects in their portfolio and must be comfortable interacting with financial data and systems in addition to interacting with community-based programming. Through effective relationship development and collaboration with projects in their portfolio, Portfolio Managers can anticipate project needs and develop their capacity to address those needs.
Work activities will be implemented in alignment with Strong City’s policies and procedures, vision, mission, goals and core values. Portfolio Managers focus on two key strategies to fulfill their responsibilities:
- Establish and maintain trust with projects by serving as an effective relationship manager and collaborator. Working as a member of each project’s team, or as an asset to each project. PMs use their expertise and resources to help projects grow their work and maintain compliance with Strong City’s policies.
- Assure the effective and complete delivery of services and support systems needed by projects.
At NEWfit Kids (NFK), our mission is to offer quality, consistent wellness and athletic programming (year-round) to inspire the holistic shift of an entire generation and create healthy kids.
The TEAMtime Structured Recess program provides a comprehensive school-based play and youth development program during recess, lunch, and before or after school at elementary school sites in Baltimore City. The TEAMtime FLEX position provides support to the TEAMtime Structured Recess program in a variety of ways which include but do not limit: substituting staff, providing administrative & marketing support, and providing other duties as assigned.
Adult Basic Education Instructor
Adult Basic Education Instructors are responsible for teaching classes of eight to fifteen learners in basic reading, writing and math during ten week class sessions. ABE Instructors monitor student attendance, barriers to learning, and progress, including appropriate documentation and reporting of outcomes; utilize appropriate texts based on students’ abilities and skill levels, as determined by standardized assessment and learner goal setting; and collaborate with the Assistant Director for instructional support and the Intake & Assessment Specialist on class enrollment and management. Experience with Adult education strongly preferred. Classes are six hours a week; position is part-time. Submit resume and cover letter to Cathleen O’Neal at firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. No phone calls, please. Only qualified candidates will be contacted for interviews.
English Language Acquisition Instructor
English Language Acquisition (ELA) Instructors are responsible for teaching classes of eight to fifteen English language learners in speaking, listening, reading, writing, and pragmatics. ELA instructors monitor student attendance, barriers to learning, and progress, including appropriate documentation and reporting of outcomes, utilize appropriate materials based on learners’ abilities and skill levels, as determined by standardized assessments and learner goal setting, and collaborate with the ELA Instructional Specialist for andragogical support and the Intake & Assessment Specialist on class enrollment and management. Experience teaching adults, familiarity with English language instruction, sensitivity to adult learners’ needs, and a commitment to empowering Baltimore’s English language learners desired. Classes are six hours a week; position is part-time. Submit resume and cover letter to Regina T. Boyce at email@example.com. No phone calls, please. Only qualified candidates will be contacted for interviews.
AmeriCorps, Peace Corps, and other national service alumni are encouraged to apply.
If you’re interested in an internship at Strong City Baltimore, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your skill set and interests.