Welcome to the latest edition of FreshWater Cleveland'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 [email protected].
Hattie Larlham is hiring a Chief Development Officer to join its executive team. The role entails leading fundraising, marketing, communications, and outreach efforts around Northeast and Central Ohio, and supporting our CEO in the area of advocacy. A bachelor's degree is required, along with five years of related experience (success in major or annual giving and experience in marketing or PR), exceptional interpersonal skills, ability to lead a team, and knowledge of fundraising software. To read more or apply, click here.
Blockland Solutions Conference
Want to help bring the vision for the 2019 Blockland Solutions Conference to life? The conference development team is seeking a Project Manager to come on board and help plan this multi-day technology conference. The role runs through mid-December and includes an array of duties from managing sponsorship contracts to working with logistics and marketing partners. To learn more about this unique opportunity, click here, or contact Jackie Sanders at [email protected].
GE Healthcare is currently hiring a Field Service Engineer, Medical Imaging. The job entails performing on-time and accurate preventative maintenance in one or more modalities of digital imaging equipment. This engineer will also work alongside experienced Field Service Engineers (both onsite and remotely) to learn troubleshooting, repair, and equipment installation techniques. Click here to learn more about the desired qualifications, job responsibilities, and how to apply.
Upcycle Parts Shop
Help Upcycle Parts Shop achieve its mission of "provoking creativity and promoting community through reuse" by becoming one of its Upcycle Educators. These freelance educators help share Upcycle Parts Shop's educational programs all over Cleveland. Teaching experience is preferred, but other candidates who demonstrate a passion for creative reuse, sustainability, and community are invited to apply. Starting wages are $13/hour plus mileage reimbursement, and both weekday and weekend hours are available. To apply or learn more, click here.
LaunchHouse is on the hunt for a Corporate Membership Sales Associate to lead its newly created corporate membership offering. The role entails selling enterprise-level memberships to businesses with remote workers or the need for flexible workspace. Other duties include research, presentation development, and upselling of other LaunchHouse products. A bachelor's degree and proven sales success are required for this commission-based role. If interested, please click here to learn more, and send a copy of your resume and cover letter to [email protected].
Grants Plus is looking to hire a Client Engagement Associate to help more nonprofits succeed in their grant-seeking efforts. This position is a key member of the sales team and part of reaching company growth goals. Duties include meeting with prospective clients, preparing sales proposals and contracts, and more. A high school diploma is required, along with three to five years of relevant experience in nonprofit fund development and/or donor relations. Remote work is part of this position, which is based out of the firm's Cleveland office. To apply, please email a cover letter and resume in one PDF attachment to [email protected] .
Ohio City Burrito
Ohio City Burrito is growing and looking to add a Store Manager to their team. This individual will be responsible for all of the day-to-day operations of their store, with a FOH focus. Ideal candidates will display strong leadership, excellent communication skills, and a passion for amazing food and customer service. At least two years of restaurant management experience is required. To apply, please email [email protected].
The Cleveland Foundation is hiring a Program Officer for its Youth, Health, and Human Services Department. This department awards grants in a wide array of areas including youth development, child welfare, adult literacy, special needs, LGBTQ issues, substance abuse, immigration, and many more.
The position entails reviewing and researching grant proposals and community issues, as well as meeting with prospective grantees and making recommendations for funding. Successful candidates will have a minimum of a bachelor's degree, five to seven years of experience, and familiarity with public policy processes and systems. To learn more about this job and other openings at Cleveland Foundation, click here.