Noonmark Nonprofit Services welcomes classified advertisements from individuals, nonprofit organizations and businesses. The ads are printed in the Noonmark Reader (if deadlines permit) and on our website.
Classified ads are $25.00 for a combined publication in one bi-weekly issue of the Noonmark Reader and here on this page for two weeks. We do not offer online credit card transactions, so payment must be made by check to Noomark, 86 Cherry Lane, Burlington, VT 05401.
Ads are generally limited to 150 words and are accepted in the following categories: For Sale, Help Wanted, Services and Other. For more information on rates or to submit an ad for this page and/or for print contact Jane A. Van Buren, 802-324-1724 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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The deadline for print ads is every other Monday, for the next day's issue.
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BUILDING BRIGHT FUTURES EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Building Bright Futures (BBF) seeks a full-time Executive Director.
Building Bright Futures (BBF) is Vermont’s overall approach to supporting our youngest children, ages birth to 6, to assure that they are safe, healthy and successful. To that end, we create and unify a system of quality supports for young children and their families that is reliable, accessible and affordable whIle integrating health, early care and education.
The Executive Director (ED) will provide leadership while working with legislators, the media, business community and private funders. The ED will manage all aspects of BBF meetings and administrative processes.
- Experience in organizational development, strategic planning, and systems change
- Experience and/or knowledge and understanding of early care, education and health systems as well as social and economic issues that impact children and families in the state
- Able to effectively communicate in multiple situations using a variety of tools
- Business management experience
- Knowledge and understanding of the legislative process
For a full job description, see www.buildingbrightfutures.org
Send cover letter, resume, and salary history/requirements by January 15th
to BBFC c/o NEKLS, Attn: BBFC Search Committee, 1 Main Street, Newport, VT
05855 or email to: email@example.com.
NEKLS is an Equal Opportunity /Affirmative Action Employer
Loan Fund Director
Exciting Opportunity to lead a statewide business loan fund into the next decade. Community Capital is a nonprofit community-based lender and Community Development Financial Institution offering flexible financing and follow-up technical assistance to micro and small business owners throughout Vermont who do not yet qualify for traditional bank financing. Candidates must have a record of excellence, proven capabilities in strategic planning and fundraising, the ability to be independent and creative, and the flexibility to lead and work through a team. Candidates must also have experience with business and/or lending, working with a Board of Directors, excellent attention to detail, experience with financial and information management systems, excellent written and oral communications skills, and proficiency with Microsoft Office products. The ideal candidate will also have a demonstrated sensitivity to the challenges faced by low income individuals seeking to become economically self-sufficient and have experience working with public grant programs, be able to follow regulations, supervise staff, and file reports. The position is based in Barre. Periodic travel throughout Vermont and some evening work may be required. Submit letter of inquiry and resume postmarked by January 29th to:
Central VT Community Action Council, Inc.
195 US Route 302-Berlin
Barre, VT 05641
Equal Opportunity Employer
Green Mountain Children’s Museum (GMCM) has been emerging under the leadership of a highly engaged board committed to opening and operating a successful and sustainable children’s museum in the Burlington area.
GMCM, while securing a location, is seeking a dynamic, experienced, highly organized, Executive Director to collaborate with the board of directors to effectively promote and raise the funds necessary to gradually open and operate a children’s museum. Excellent communication and administrative skills are essential. Evidence of successful fundraising efforts and museum experience is preferred.
Specific duties will include, grant writing, coordinating volunteers and hiring staff, public speaking, creating and managing budgets, implementing appropriate risk management policies and procedures while staying current with the children’s museums industry. Working from home initially may be considered.
Please visit our website gmcm.org and submit resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org by January 22, 2010.
The Champlain Valley Area Health Education Center (AHEC), a nonprofit corporation, seeks an exceptional individual with strong leadership, communication and interpersonal skills to serve as Executive Director. The AHEC system's primary goal is to help meet the health care needs of Vermonters by assisting with recruitment, retention and education of community physicians, students and residents in medicine, allied health, nursing and social work. Champlain Valley AHEC serves Grand Isle, Franklin, Chittenden and Addison counties and is based in St. Albans, Vermont.
The Executive Director works for the Board of Directors, and in collaboration with the statewide AHEC network, including the UVM AHEC office. The Director supervises a small staff and is responsible for the daily operations of the agency.
Qualifications sought: a Master's degree in a health related field or at least 5 years in health care or higher education administration. The successful candidate must have experience in grant management, marketing and fundraising. Excellent interpersonal communication, both oral and written, and organizational skills are required. Familiarity with the four county region is desirable.
Apply by January 15 with cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to:
Champlain Valley AHEC Search Committee
152 Fairfield Street
St. Albans, VT 05478
Data Manager/Public Relations Coordinator
Champlain Valley AHEC
152 Fairfield Street
St. Albans, VT 05478
voice 802-527-1474 fax 802-527-1632
Women Helping Battered Women
Women Helping Battered Women (WHBW) is a leader in addressing the impact of domestic violence and serving survivors. Celebrating 35 years of community service, the organization is a catalyst for cultural change with a goal of eliminating domestic violence through education and outreach.
At a critical point in its organizational growth and development, WHBW is seeking a dynamic and enterprising individual, with exceptional leadership skills to take the agency to the next level. Candidates for the position of Executive Director will be accomplished non-profit professionals with a minimum of five years of leadership experience in a multi-program environment; will have a proven record of operations and fiscal management; will have extensive resource development skills and experience in major donor cultivation; will be able to oversee the creation and implementation of a strategic plan.
The candidate chosen to fill this position will be the face of the organization. An ability to build relationships quickly, both with our partners and the business community; and network with the intention of building capacity for the organization is a must.
Full job description can be found at www.whbw.org.
Cover letter and resume by 11/13/09 to WHBW, PO Box 1535 Burlington, VT 05402 or email@example.com. EOE. Minorities, GLBTQQ & survivors of Domestic Violence are encouraged to apply.