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The National Hemophilia Foundation is dedicated to finding better treatments and cures for bleeding and clotting disorders and to preventing the complications of these disorders through education, advocacy and research. Established in 1948, we are based in New York City with chapters throughout the country. NHF’s programs and initiatives are made possible through the generosity of individuals, corporations and foundations as well as through a cooperative agreement with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
The programs and initiatives of the National Hemophilia Foundation are staffed by talented individuals who have the passion, drive and skills necessary to fulfill our mission. NHF is an Equal Opportunity Employer, appreciates and values individual differences and welcomes diversity in its broadest definition. We are committed to promoting an inclusive organizational environment of dignity and respect.
In order to attract and retain a high performance workforce, we offer a dynamic and rewarding work environment, an excellent benefit package and salary that is commensurate with industry standards.
If you are interested in any of the opportunites listed below, please send your resume, cover letter and salary requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls please.
Education Coordinator (December 2, 2013)
The National Hemophilia Foundation (NHF) is dedicated to finding better treatments and cures for bleeding and clotting disorders and to preventing the complications of these disorders through education, advocacy and research. Established in 1948, the National Hemophilia Foundation has 52 chapters throughout the country. Through its national office and chapters, NHF provides support to the bleeding disorders community. NHF’s programs and services include a growing research program focused on finding a cure, bringing bleeding disorders to the forefront of the nation’s health agenda and providing education for all life stages of people living with bleeding disorders.
- Coordinate educational sessions for consumers and chapter staff for NHF Annual Meeting including all logistics related to speaker presentations, travel, and reimbursements.
- Assist in managing NHF’s National Youth Leadership Institute, a training program for young adults with bleeding disorders ages 18-25.
- Assist with special projects for NHF’s women’s health initiative
- Research and develop content for health education programs.
- Assist in the coordination and implementation of trainings.
- Assist with ongoing evaluation efforts for programs and projects across the organization.
- Help manage fulfillment of all reporting requirements of the CDC Cooperative Agreement.
- Assist with distribution of educational materials.
- Collaborate with other Chapter Services staff on all other related events.
- Other duties as assigned.
- Excellent communication and organizational skills required.
- Demonstrated project management, program development and evaluation skills.
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office
- Excellent analytical skills
- Ability to work with diverse groups of people and prioritize multiple project components.
- Self-motivated, critical thinker with keen attention to detail and strong organizational skills to work on multiple tasks simultaneously.
Bachelor’s Degree in relevant field plus 2-3 years experience in public health or community service environment
Occasional domestic travel and public speaking
Human Resource Generalist (November 5, 2013)
Responsibility for all Human Resources functions as well as payroll and some operations duties.
- Human Resources
- To build an HR infrastructure, including the design and management of key HR practices and procedures that are aligned with organizational strategy and objectives.
- Ensures company is compliant with all federal, state, and local human resources laws.
- Recruit for vacant positions and coordinate new hire process including selection, interview with hiring manager, reference /background checks, job offers, and new hire orientation.
- Coordinate performance management initiatives.
- Identify areas for staff development and coordinate training and delivery.
- Handles all tasks in benefit administration including new hire enrollment, employee changes and terminations, review of monthly billing, COBRA, Pension. Payroll deductions, etc. Distributes and documents plan documents.
- Responsible for maintaining time and attendance records for all staff. Works with supervisors to keep up to date.
- Develop and track all consultant, vendor, and lease contracts.
- Create and update all personnel policies annually.
- Initiate changes and maintain current job descriptions for all employees.
- Setup and maintain department files including employee personnel files and benefit files; and conduct internal control audit.
- Liaison with COO on employee relations.
- Assists with employee functions such as service recognition, holiday party, annual meeting staffing, lunch and learns, etc.
- Assist in agency audits and prepares materials for 5500 filing. Prepare compliance reports, including legal postings.
- Prepares payroll using payroll software.
- Registers with state and local agencies for payroll and tax withholdings.
- Liaison with payroll provider to maximize their services to NHF.
- Review and transmits monthly pension to TIAA CREF.
- Reviews business process and practices in order to contain costs and optimize revenue.
- Maintains staff emergency lists and Emergency Action Plan. Acts as fire warden and conducts floor safety inspections, evacuation plans, etc.
- Oversees office master keys.
- Acts as liaison in conduction of annual insurance and benefit review.
- Acts as overall liaison in dealing with major issues such as air/heat, building access, etc.
- Acts as backup support to board secretary.
Computer savvy. Proficient in MS Office, Excel, and database software. Excellent written and verbal communication. Attention to detail and ability to work with minimal supervision. Strong knowledge base in multi state tax and HR laws
Bachelors degree required (Masters preferred). Six to Seven years of human resources experience. PHR or SPHR preferred
May be requested to travel 2-3 times per year.
CHAPTER STAFF POSITIONS
Central Ohio Chapter Executive Director (November 8, 2013)
The Chapter Executive Director is responsible for directing the daily work activities of the chapter. This person provides the overall staff leadership and is accountable for the successful execution of chapter programs, policies and procedures to ensure a viable and sustainable chapter in the execution of the chapter mission. The Chapter Executive Director is responsible for overseeing the effective utilization of the organization’s financial and human resources. This is the most senior staff position reporting jointly to the NHF and the chapter’s Advisory Board of Directors.
- Organizational/Strategic Planning in collaboration with the chapter’s Advisory Board of Directors.
- Program Oversight –ensure high quality of programs, from development through implementation and evaluation. Provide community outreach and promote awareness of hemophilia and other bleeding and clotting disorders. Participate in National programs as appropriate.
- Fund Development – lead responsibility for raising funds through special events, grants, contracts, and individual donations in order to support the mission.
- Financial and Operations Oversight –ensure effective management of financial and operational systems (budgets and bookkeeping, human resources, office technology infrastructure). Prepares an annual budget in collaboration with NHF and chapter’s Advisory Board of Directors.
- External Relations – primary staff role in representing the chapter with external partners including peer organizations, funding entities, policy-makers and academics on a local, regional and national level. Ensure positive reputation for organization; develop strong working relationships and alliances, promote flow of projects, funding, and collaboration opportunities for staff and volunteers.
- Board Relations –primary point of contact in ensuring positive relationship between staff and Advisory Board; propose actions and organizational policies for board review, modification and approval. Identify and expand leadership and volunteer bases.
- Supervisory Responsibilities – Works within NHF policies in the selection, training, compensation, and review of employees. Provides guidance and direction to employees in fulfillment of their responsibilities.
- Other duties as assigned jointly by NHF and the chapter’s Advisory Board of Directors.
- Broad knowledge of and strong commitment to chapter’s mission.
- Financial expertise in operational budgeting and fiscal reporting.
- Ability to effectively communicate as spokesperson and work with diverse populations. Requires exceptional presentation and interpersonal skills.
- Skills in strategic planning, directing and managing staff/volunteers, program development and project management including proficiency in computers and technology.
- At least three years nonprofit leadership or management experience including program operations and financial management. Experienced and successful fund-raiser.
- Bachelor degree or equivalent required in business, health or relevant field
- Ability to travel and work some nights and week-ends. The position is based in the Columbus area.
Compensation and benefits are commensurate with experience. Resumes and cover letters, including salary requirements, should be forwarded to Joe Kleiber, NHF Senior Vice President for Chapter Services, email@example.com.