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Ad Title: Account Executive
City: Phoenix
State: AZ
Zip: 85042
Phone (W): 602-243-3333
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Description:
Univision Local Media Phoenix is looking for a stellar Account Executive to join our team. This is a great career opportunity for an experienced, dynamic individual to join our local sales team. Individuals in this role will have a primary responsibility to develop new business as well as maintain and grow existing accounts through prospecting, cultivating client relationships, and thorough account servicing.


Ad Title: Activations Lead
State: AZ
Zip: 85042
Phone (W): 602-243-3333
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Description:
Univision Local Media in Phoenix, Arizona is currently seeking an Activations Lead who is sociable, organized and motivated. The successful candidate will be assertive, customer service oriented and bilingual. The Activations Lead will be responsible for implementing station promotions, contesting, and coordinating the promotions team. Candidate will also have radio and television production knowledge and the ability to adapt to multiple positions during the week all under the multimedia production environment.


Ad Title: Activations Technician - PT
City: Phoenix
State: AZ
Zip: 85042
Phone (W): 602-243-3333
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Description:
The Activations Technician serves as a brand ambassador and is responsible for set up of promotional items, banners, tables, tents and sound equipment for remotes, special events and station appearances. Interface with clients, listeners and general public during off site promotional activities. Activations Technician must be able to collaborate creatively with the Sales & Promotions staff.


Ad Title: Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum - Executive Assistant
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Description:
Position Summary
Reporting directly to the Executive Director, the Executive Assistant provides executive support in a one-on-one working relationship. The Executive Assistant serves as the primary point of contact for internal and external constituencies on all matters pertaining to the Office of the Executive Director. The Executive Assistant also serves as a liaison to the board of trustees and senior management teams; organizes and coordinates executive outreach and external relations efforts; and oversees special projects. The Executive Assistant must be creative and enjoy working within a small environment that is mission-driven, results-driven and community oriented. The ideal individual will have the ability to exercise good judgment in a variety of situations, with strong written and verbal communication, administrative, and organizational skills, and the ability to maintain a realistic balance among multiple priorities. The Executive Assistant will have the ability to work independently on projects, from conception to completion, and must be able to work under pressure at times to handle a wide variety of activities and confidential matters with discretion.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities: include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
- Manages Executive Director's Outlook calendar and independently schedules appointments.
- Screens incoming calls and correspondence and responds independently when possible.
- Codes and uploads receipts of Executive Director's monthly credit card expenses through BBVA SpendNet.
- Provides support to Chief Financial Officer and Director of Philanthropy when necessary.
- Manages Main Guest House calendar.
- Attends Leadership Team meetings to take minutes.
- Arranges programs, events, or conferences by arranging for facilities and caterer, issuing information or invitations, coordinating speakers, and controlling event budget.
- Directs preparation of records such as agendas, notices, minutes, and resolutions for corporate meetings.
- Facilitates communication with and among Trustees regarding meetings and Board activities, prepares and distributes materials for Board meetings and takes official minutes of Board, Committee, and Council meetings.
- Facilitates communication with and among former Trustees and Museum advisors regarding Museum functions and activities (e.g. GLM Club)
- Handles logistics for Annual Members Meeting, including coordination of materials for annual Board election. Works with Executive Director in selection of Luminaria Award recipient. Organizes orientation for new trustees after annual election.
- Updates Trustee Binder on an annual basis including updating and distributing various board-related documents.
- Acts as custodian of Museum documents and records.
- Composes and prepares confidential correspondence, reports, and other complex documents.
- Creates and maintains database and spreadsheet files.
- Arranges complex and detailed travel plans and itineraries, and compiles documents for travel-related meetings.
- Stuffs and mails accounts payable checks and invoices.
- Provides back-up reception services and mail handling for the Museum.
- Processes incoming checks for deposit and distribution.
- Maintains sensitive and confidential information in compliance with our Code of Ethics and Confidentiality policies.

Supervisory Responsibilities
This job has no supervisory responsibilities but may oversee volunteers and/or interns.

Education and/or Experience
Bachelor's degree in Business from four-year college or university and three to five years related office experience.

Other Skills and Abilities
Advanced skills in organization and prioritization, grammar, communication and dealing effectively with a diverse range of people. Knowledge of not-for-profit and administrative management and board structure is desirable.

Physical Demands
While performing the duties of this position, the employee is regularly required to talk or hear, use hands to finger, handle, or feel and reach with hands and arms. The employee is frequently required to stand, walk and sit. The employee is occasionally required to climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 35 pounds.

Work Environment
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.

Further Comments
This position was opened on June 7, 2019 and does not have a closing date. It is considered open until filled; however, application review will begin immediately. Please understand that if offered a position, you will, as a final condition of employment, be required to successfully complete a pre-employment drug screen and criminal background check.

Perks
This is a regular status, full-time/exempt position that is eligible for benefits. Current benefits include ASDM paid life insurance and long-term disability plans. On a shared premium basis: PPO medical with HRA and a choice of two dental plans, an optional vision plan, additional voluntary life insurance, optional short-term disability, and 403(b) retirement plan.

Salary
Anticipated Starting Salary: $40,000 - $50,000 per year DOE

How to Apply
Applications are accepted for open positions and must be completed and submitted online. To apply please go to: https://www.appone.com/MainInfoReq.asp?R_ID=2522870

More information about the application process, our current employment opportunities, and volunteer positions is available at: http://www.desertmuseum.org/about/workopt.php

The Museum is a drug and alcohol free workplace and participates in E-Verify. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.


Ad Title: Assistant Manager - Family Housing Services
Contact: Alyce Walther
City: Tucson
State: AZ
Zip: 85712
Phone (W): 520-323-1708 x212
Email: awalther@ourfamilyservices.org
Website: visit our website...
Description:
Our mission is to eliminate homelessness and strengthen our community.
Vision- Our community is a better place to live, to grow up, and to grow older.

Our Family is a $5 million agency in Tucson, AZ, that employs approximately 60 staff and hundreds of volunteers and interns. We provide shelter and support to homeless children, youth and families. We promote peace and understanding by helping people talk to each other. We help people learn to be better parents, improve their lives and build stronger families.

Our Family supports a healthy work-life balance and is routinely rated by its employees as having an enjoyable, friendly, flexible, and supportive work culture. We value our employees and hope you will consider joining our team! We are recruiting for the open position of:

Title: Assistant Manager, Family Housing Services
Dept/Program: Homeless Family Services
Reports to: Manager, Homeless Youth & Family Services
Status: Full-time, Exempt

The primary purpose of this position is responsibility for service provision, oversight, daily coordination, and staff supervision in Our Family’s Family Housing Services program. The housing programs of Our Family Services provides housing and supportive services to youth, women, and families experiencing homelessness. Family Housing Services provides short-term emergency shelter, rapid rehousing, homeless prevention, and case management for individuals, parents, and families.

All agency positions are expected to meet the agency standards for attendance and punctuality, positive interactions with others, effective work habits, knowledge and skills, judgment and ethics. The specific expectations and essential duties of this position include:

• Ensures effective, quality service provision in program area
• Oversees individual and group work of assigned staff, filling in when needed for their direct roles
• Assists Manager with program budgeting and strategic planning
• Oversight of program day-to-day projects
• Represent the program at internal agency meetings and in the community related to grants and collaborative partnerships
• Collects required program and client data and submits all required program reports, including fiscal and billing information, in a timely manner
• Ensures quality improvement is regularly discussed (and documented) with staff
• Tracks appropriate program outcomes, shares outcomes data with program staff, and discusses outcomes data with Manager for program improvement
• Assures feedback from program participants is solicited by staff through regular use of the agency Client Satisfaction Survey or other approved means
• Ensures program files and paperwork are kept up to date and in compliance with program requirements
• Other duties as assigned



As this position is part of the agency’s Leader’s Group, the following leadership expectations also apply:
• Upholds agency staff values and expectations
• Engages in respectful and ongoing communication and problem-solving with others
• Follows protocol and established procedures while still being creative and taking initiative to do what needs to be done
• Acts as a positive and professional ambassador for the agency both internally and in the greater community
• Takes all practical steps to ensure a work environment that is safe, friendly, helpful, and free from harassment
• Successfully engages, coordinates, and motivates agency staff to achieve program or project goals
• Is able to face adversity, take unpopular stands, or engage in tough debates when necessary, but knows when to move on also


Scheduling flexibility:
Position generally works weekday, daytime and early evening hours. Occasional weekend work may be required to fulfill the purpose of the job. Some flexibility in scheduling is available to meet employee needs, as long as client and program needs are still being adequately addressed.

Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s degree in a human service-related field, plus 3 years’ related experience. Extensive related experience may potentially substitute for a portion of the stated education requirement.
• Two (2) years supervisory experience preferred
• Eligible to receive and maintain state fingerprint clearance
• Good communication and people skills
• Good organizational skills
• Ability to work with diverse populations
• Must have the physical and sensory capabilities to locate and provide services to clients
• Since driving to different work sites and providing transportation for clients are necessary to fulfill the requirements of the position, a valid Arizona driver’s license, reliable transportation, current auto insurance, and a clean driving record are required
• Computer and technological skills necessary to complete program paperwork, keep accurate and timely case records, maintain appropriate correspondence, enter and retrieve client information on a database, use agency email, and locate information on internet.

Compensation:
Salary for this position starts from a base of $36,500 annually. Individual salaries are based on the number of years of relevant education and experience a candidate has beyond the minimum required for the position. Additional compensation may also be offered based on relevant licensure or certification. All staff who successfully passes a language test showing substantial bilingual ability in Spanish will receive a differential equivalent to $.75/hr.

Our Family offers excellent benefits!
• 10 paid holidays a year
• Benefits start the first of the month following hire
• Affordable medical (30+ hour employees) and dental benefits with a choice of plan options
• Employer-paid life insurance (30+ hour employees) with the ability to buy up additional coverage
• Generous paid time off with the ability to use time as it accrues with no waiting period
• A 403(b) retirement plan with an agency match
• Educational reimbursement available
• An investment in staff development, including many quality agency-provided trainings

To apply for this position, or to see a full listing of employment opportunities at Our Family, please go to our website at https://www.ourfamilyservices.org/about/join-our-team/

Our Family Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We especially encourage applications from veterans, individuals with disabilities, and alumni from national service programs such as Peace Corps and AmeriCorps, people of color, people of diverse gender identities, women, and people with lived experiences of homelessness.



Ad Title: Case Manager - CUP
Contact: Alyce Walther
City: Tucson
State: AZ
Zip: 85712
Phone (W): 520-323-1708 x212
Email: awalther@ourfamilyservices.org
Website: visit our website...
Description:
Our mission is to eliminate homelessness and strengthen our community.
Vision- Our community is a better place to live, to grow up, and to grow older.

Our Family is a $5 million agency in Tucson, AZ, that employs approximately 60 staff and hundreds of volunteers and interns. We provide shelter and support to homeless children, youth and families. We promote peace and understanding by helping people talk to each other. We help people learn to be better parents, improve their lives and build stronger families.

Our Family supports a healthy work-life balance and is routinely rated by its employees as having an enjoyable, friendly, flexible, and supportive work culture. We value our employees and hope you will consider joining our team! We are recruiting for the open position of:

Title: Case Manager - CUP
Dept/Program: New Beginnings/Homeless Youth Services
Reports to: Assistant Manager, Homeless Youth Services
Status: Full-time, Non-exempt

The primary purpose of this position is to work with assigned individuals, families, or groups to assess their identified needs and provide education, assistance, and advocacy in those areas. The New Beginnings division of Our Family Services provides housing and supportive services to youth, women, and families experiencing homelessness. Homeless Youth Services provides emergency shelter, housing, case management, advocacy, housing, employment/educational assistance, counseling, and life skills to youth aged 12-23 experiencing homelessness or other unsafe living situations.

All agency positions are expected to meet the agency standards for attendance and punctuality, positive interactions with others, effective work habits, knowledge and skills, judgment and ethics. The specific expectations and essential duties of this position include:
• Provides assessment, crisis intervention, and case management for pregnant and parenting young adults.
• Identifies needs with client(s) and completes individualized goal plan
• Provides effective crisis management
• Is available to clients at all hours required by program or contracts
• Effectively links clients with appropriate community resources and advocate for client needs
• Participates in actively soliciting feedback from program participants through distributing satisfaction surveys or other approved means
• Plans for client discharge/termination in coordination with client(s) and other providers
• Works cooperatively with members of a larger treatment or service coordination team, either internally within the agency or externally in the larger community
• Effectively presents program curricula for classes or groups
• Other duties as assigned



Scheduling flexibility:
Position requires regular weekday afternoon and evening hours, as well as some Saturdays, so that services can be provided at times and locations most convenient to clients. Some flexibility in scheduling is available to meet employee needs, as long as client and program needs are still being adequately addressed.

Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s Degree in human service field and 2 years’ related experience. Extensive additional related experience may potentially substitute for a portion of the stated education requirement.
• Eligible to receive and maintain state fingerprint clearance
• Minimum 21 years of age
• Strong communication and people skills
• Ability to work with diverse populations
• Ability to maintain appropriate professional boundaries in working with others and in handling confidential information
• Since position requires frequent driving to various job sites to provide services and occasionally transport clients, a valid Arizona driver’s license, reliable transportation, current auto insurance, and clean driving record are required
• Must have the physical and sensory capabilities to locate and provide services to clients
• Since position requires assisting clients in furnishing their living quarters, occasional lifting or moving furniture may be requested, but no specific physical capabilities or lifting requirements are required.
• Computer and technological skills necessary to complete program paperwork, keep accurate and timely case records, enter and retrieve client information on a database, use agency email, and locate information on internet.
• Knowledge in Microsoft Office (Word, Outlook, Excel, Power Point, etc.)

Compensation:
Salary for this position starts from a base of $15.25/hr. Individual salaries are based on the number of years of relevant education and experience a candidate has beyond the minimum required for the position. Additional compensation may also be offered based on relevant licensure or certification. All staff who successfully passes a language test showing substantial bilingual ability in Spanish will receive a differential equivalent to $.75/hr.

Our Family offers excellent benefits!
• 10 paid holidays a year
• Benefits start the first of the month following hire
• Affordable medical (30+ hour employees) and dental benefits with a choice of plan options
• Employer-paid life insurance (30+ hour employees) with the ability to buy up additional coverage
• Generous paid time off with the ability to use time as it accrues with no waiting period
• A 403(b) retirement plan with an agency match
• Educational reimbursement available
• An investment in staff development, including many quality agency-provided trainings


To apply for this position, or to see a full listing of employment opportunities at Our Family, please go to our website at https://www.ourfamilyservices.org/about/join-our-team/

Our Family Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We especially encourage applications from veterans, individuals with disabilities, and alumni from national service programs such as Peace Corps and AmeriCorps, people of color, people of diverse gender identities, women, and people with lived experiences of homelessness.



Ad Title: Case Manager - Homelessness Prevention
Contact: Alyce Walther
City: Tucson
State: AR
Zip: 85712
Phone (W): 520-323-1708 x212
Email: awalther@ourfamilyservices.org
Website: visit our website...
Description:
Our mission is to eliminate homelessness and strengthen our community.
Vision- Our community is a better place to live, to grow up, and to grow older.

Our Family is a $5 million agency in Tucson, AZ, that employs approximately 60 staff and hundreds of volunteers and interns. We provide shelter and support to homeless children, youth and families. We promote peace and understanding by helping people talk to each other. We help people learn to be better parents, improve their lives and build stronger families.

Our Family supports a healthy work-life balance and is routinely rated by its employees as having an enjoyable, friendly, flexible, and supportive work culture. We value our employees and hope you will consider joining our team! We are recruiting for the open position of:

Title: Homelessness Prevention Case Manager
Dept/Program: Family Housing
Reports to: Assistant Program Manager, Family Housing
Status: Full-time, Non-exempt

The primary purpose of this position is to work with assigned individuals, families, or groups to assess their identified needs and provide education, assistance, and advocacy in those areas. Our Family Services provides housing and supportive services to youth, women, and families experiencing homelessness. The Family Housing programs provide case management, advocacy, housing subsidy, employment and educational assistance, counseling, and life skills to families. Presenting issues include homelessness, economic instability, pregnancy, and parenting.

All agency positions are expected to meet the agency standards for attendance and punctuality, positive interactions with others, effective work habits, knowledge and skills, judgment and ethics. The specific expectations and essential duties of this position include:
• Provides program assessment, crisis intervention, and homelessness prevention services to families
• Conducts assessments and enters people into the Pima County Coordinated Entry system for Homelessness Prevention Services
• Identifies needs with client(s) and completes individualized goal plan
• Is available to clients at all hours required by program or contracts
• Effectively links clients with appropriate community resources and advocates for client needs
• Participates in actively soliciting feedback from program participants through distributing satisfaction surveys or other approved means
• Plans for client discharge/termination in coordination with client(s) and other providers
• Works cooperatively with members of a larger treatment or service coordination team, either internally within the agency or externally in the larger community
• Other duties as assigned

Scheduling flexibility:
Position requires regular weekday afternoon and evening hours, as well as some Saturdays, so that services can be provided at times and locations most convenient to clients. Some flexibility in scheduling is available to meet employee needs, as long as client and program needs are still being adequately addressed.


Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s Degree in human service field and 2 years’ related experience. Extensive additional related experience may potentially substitute for a portion of the stated education requirement.
• Priority given to candidates with school social work experience
• Eligible to receive and maintain state fingerprint clearance
• Minimum 21 years of age
• Strong communication and people skills
• Ability to work with diverse populations
• Ability to maintain appropriate professional boundaries in working with others and in handling confidential information
• Since position requires frequent driving to various job sites to provide services and occasionally transport clients, a valid Arizona driver’s license, reliable transportation, current auto insurance, and clean driving record are required
• Must have the physical and sensory capabilities to locate and provide services to clients
• Since position requires assisting clients in furnishing their living quarters, occasional lifting or moving furniture may be requested, but no specific physical capabilities or lifting requirements are required.
• Computer and technological skills necessary to complete program paperwork, keep accurate and timely case records, enter and retrieve client information on a database, use agency email, and locate information on internet.
• Knowledge in Microsoft Office (Word, Outlook, Excel, Power Point, etc.)

Compensation:
Salary for this position starts from a base of $15.25/hr. Individual salaries are based on the number of years of relevant education and experience a candidate has beyond the minimum required for the position. Additional compensation may also be offered based on relevant licensure or certification. All staff who successfully passes a language test showing substantial bilingual ability in Spanish will receive a differential equivalent to $.75/hr.

Our Family offers excellent benefits!
• 10 paid holidays a year
• Benefits start the first of the month following hire
• Affordable medical (30+ hour employees) and dental benefits with a choice of plan options
• Employer-paid life insurance (30+ hour employees) with the ability to buy up additional coverage
• Generous paid time off with the ability to use time as it accrues with no waiting period
• A 403(b) retirement plan with an agency match
• Educational reimbursement available
• An investment in staff development, including many quality agency-provided trainings

To apply for this position, or to see a full listing of employment opportunities at Our Family, please go to our website at https://www.ourfamilyservices.org/about/join-our-team/

Our Family Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We especially encourage applications from veterans, individuals with disabilities, and alumni from national service programs such as Peace Corps and AmeriCorps, people of color, people of diverse gender identities, women, and people with lived experiences of homelessness.



Ad Title: Digital Content Creator-Job #:PHX-19-07
City: Phoenix
State: AZ
Zip: 85042
Phone (W): 602-243-3333
Website: visit our website...
Description:
Regional position for Univision Arizona Local Media –that will support Account Executives in their revenue-driving marketing and digital promotions and efforts. The Digital Content Creator will be responsible for conceptualizing and producing integrated B2C media campaigns that support our local brands, initiatives, platforms, and programming, utilizing all available promotional inventories with an emphasis on Digital and Social Media strategies and TV segments as needed. In addition, this person will create strategies to grow social media through creative promotions and organic sales campaigns.




Ad Title: General Manager-Job Number:PHX-19-08
City: Phoenix
State: AZ
Zip: 85042
Phone (W): 602-243-3333
Website: visit our website...
Description:
Univision Communications Inc., the leading Spanish-language media company in the United States, is looking for a highly motivated and energetic professional to represent Univision Local Media Arizona. The General Manager of Arizona TV & Radio will have a clear vision for the future of our local business with the capability of communicating and executing that vision via hands-on leadership, optimism, strategic risk-taking and focused metrics of success. He/she will be a creative thinker who generates new ideas, understands our diversity and maximizes our brands and resources to achieve market leadership. He/she should cultivate key client relationships and set the example as the Chief Revenue Officer for the stations.


Ad Title: Program Coordinator
City: Tucson
State: AZ
Zip: 85711
Phone (W): 5202738259
Email: director@sarsef.org
Website: visit our website...
Description:
Job Title: Program Coordinator
Reports To: Director of Education and Innovation
Status: Full Time, Exempt

Summary of Programs:
Racing the Sun addresses a top concern facing Southern Arizona technology companies- the lack of a skilled STEM workforce. The program is designed to introduce students to career pathways in STEM-based industries. Students have the opportunity to work with industry mentors, participate in a career day and take field trips to high tech companies.
The program challenges high school students to design, build, and race solar-powered go-karts. It is open to all Arizona high schools.
SARSEF’s additional programs educate students, parents and teachers in Southern Arizona to participate in high-quality research experiences by solving real-world problems through science and engineering. It offers students the opportunities to be recognized and celebrated for their efforts. This is a PreK-12 program.

Summary of Position:
The program coordinator reports to Director of Education and Innovation and will be primarily responsible for managing the day-to-day of Racing the Sun and educational programs. The program involves multiple activities and events each month.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
• Recruit and maintain relationships with participating teachers and schools
• Recruit and maintain relationships with program volunteers
• Recruit and manage college students to assist with the program
• Communicate and collaborate with teachers, schools, and volunteers
• Explain expectations to teachers, students and volunteers
• Maintain and update competition rules
• Facilitate meetings with technical experts
• Plan and implement multiple events throughout the year
• Assist with marketing and public relations
• Assist with writing, proofreading, and distributing marketing materials
• Plan, schedule and conduct small workshops and meetings
• Travel throughout Arizona for meetings and events
• Manage student waivers and program data
• Order materials
• Track and report expenses
• Survey students and involved parties to discover relevant outcomes and satisfaction levels
• Other duties as assigned

Minimum Qualifications:
• Must have a bachelor’s degree and related experience or proven track record of success
• Must have good organizational and communication skills
• Must be a team player who likes to collaborate
• Must be able to work with a variety of groups such as students, teachers, engineers, and executives
• Must be focused and detail oriented
• Must be self-motivated and willing to take risks
• Must be willing to learn
• Public speaking
• Experience with STEM programs, teaching, or technical fields preferred

Compensation:
The starting salary of this position is $35,000-40,000 commensurate with experience, with the opportunity to earn up to $50,000 through tenure and performance. Position includes medical, dental and vision plans, generous paid time off, and paid holidays.

To Apply:
Send cover letter and resume to director@sarsef.org. Open until filled. Apply before August 1, 2019 to ensure consideration.