Since 1960, the Center for Family Resources has annually helped more than 10,000 low-income families with temporary financial and food assistance, housing, and employment and education services. Our programs and services support the commitment to breaking the cycle of poverty by helping families acquire the resources they need to become independent and self-sufficient.
If you are ready to help empower families to help themselves, review our open positions and submit your resume for consideration.
Category: Part Time
Description: Provide administrative support for the Center for Family Resources (CFR) organization, including the development department and executive team. Maintain office equipment and supplies, communication with Board of Directors and Advisory Committee members. Support departmental operations, including directing phone calls, responding to emails, managing calendars, scheduling appointments, taking messages, and filing paperwork. You will report to the Chief Executive Officer of CFR.
Category: Full Time; Salary/ Exempt
Description: To administer and coordinate the development efforts of the organization and create a culture of philanthropy and engagement internally and externally. Plan, implement, and set priorities for the organization’s development efforts in consultation with Chief Executive Officer and appropriate volunteers/committees. Provide management and training to staff and key volunteers. Plan, coordinate and implement strategies to develop and engage donors. Participate in relevant community activities to help promote the organization’s mission and programs. Maintain detailed donor records to ensure proper recognition and stewardship. Maintain accountability and compliance standards to ensure the appropriate use of restricted funds. Recommend departmental and organizational policies and procedures.
The Center for Family Resources is a proud community partner of the following organizations: