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Who’s Hiring in CLE: Cleveland Foundation, Music Box Supper Club, Cleveland Restoration Society…


Welcome to the latest edition of Fresh Water's “who’s hiring” series, where we feature growing companies with open positions, what they’re looking for, and how to apply. Please send your freshest job tips and postings to karin@freshwatercleveland.com.
 
Cleveland Foundation
The Cleveland Foundation needs a donor relations officer to attract and retain the philanthropic support of donors by understanding, serving, advising, and engaging donors to ensure they achieve their philanthropic goals. A bachelor’s degree and five to seven years in a related environment is required, as well as knowledge of the Greater Cleveland philanthropic community. To apply, send cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to the hiring manager by this Saturday, Aug. 12.
 
Music Box Supper Club
Music Box Supper Club has several open positions for hosts, servers, bartenders, line cooks and dishwashers. Applicants interested in front-of-house positions (servers, hosts, bartenders) can email their resumes to assistant general manager, Ryan, while those interested in back-of-house positions (line cooks and dishwashers) can send their resumes to executive chef, Dennis.
 
Cleveland Restoration Society
The Cleveland Restoration Society is looking for an entry-level, part-time administrative assistant to perform accounting duties, greet visitors, answer phones, mail duties, assist in meeting preparation, maintain the Sarah Benedict House calendar, and perform other administrative tasks. Candidate must be a quick study of business software programs (including QuickBooks, Excel, and Word) and be a team worker with the ability to work successfully with a range of people. Send resume and college transcripts to business and accounting manager Ruth Dobranic by Thursday, Aug. 31.

Old Brooklyn Community Development Corporation
Old Brooklyn Community Development Corporation needs a community outreach coordinator to lead its education initiative. The coordinator will facilitate leadership among schools, residents, and families through an engagement strategy specifically focused on education and family outcomes and act as a liaison to ensure implementation of initiatives, projects, and programs in the areas of student achievement, safety, social services, economic opportunity and health. Must have strong communication skills, knowledge of Microsoft Office, and a commitment to Cleveland. Fluency in Spanish is preferred. Apply by sending cover letter and resume to the hiring manager by Friday, Aug. 18 at 5 p.m.
 
The City Club of Cleveland
The City Club of Cleveland is looking for a content coordinator to be a part of the content management team, which manages City Club content: planning and execution of forums, marketing collateral, audio and video content, and digital content for the web, social media channels, and the City Club website. Send cover letter and resume to director of programming Stephanie A. Jansky.

The Intergenerational School
The Intergenerational School is looking for an advancement director to develop, manage, and administer fund development and advocacy for Intergenerational Cleveland. The advancement director will also implement a multi-level advancement plan that will include individuals and major donors, foundations, special events, and direct mail efforts. Responsibilities include fundraising, marketing, and public relations. Requires a bachelor’s degree and/or a minimum of five years’ experience in a nonprofit fundraising environment. Extensive computer software experience and volunteer management experience are required. Apply through Indeed.com.
 
City of Cleveland Office of Fair Housing and Consumer Affairs
The City of Cleveland Office of Fair Housing and Consumer Affairs needs a fair housing administrator to accept, investigate, and process complaints alleging violations of the City's fair housing or consumer protection laws; staff the Fair Housing Board and offer assistance/give direction to businesses or individuals as appropriate; and administer programs like Cleveland’s Consumer Protection Act and the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) program. To apply, create an account at Government Jobs.com or contact the City of Cleveland at (216) 664-2493 by Friday, Aug. 18.

Cleveland Zoological Society
The Cleveland Zoological Society needs a manager of annual giving. The manager is responsible for developing strategies to generate measurable and sustainable growth in the society’s $1 million annual fund. Responsibilities include supervising a direct mail acquisition and renewal program; driving growth across multiple annual giving programs; devising VIP opportunities to connect donors more closely with our mission; representing the Zoo Society at cultivation events; maintaining excellent donor relations; building and leveraging a donor network to ensure signature events attract high-potential patrons; and liaising with volunteer committees and hosts. To apply, submit cover letter, resume, and salary requirements through the website’s submission form by Saturday, Sept. 30.
 

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Karin Connelly Rice enjoys telling people's stories, whether it's a promising startup or a life's passion. Over the past 18 years she has reported on the local business community for publications such as Inside Business and Cleveland Magazine. She was editor of the Rocky River/Lakewood edition of In the Neighborhood and was a reporter and photographer for the Amherst News-Times. At Fresh Water she enjoys telling the stories of Clevelanders who are shaping and embracing the business and research climate in Cleveland.
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