Administrative Assistant

LCJP seeks a half-time administrative assistant to help manage basic bookkeeping and day to day operations. Longmont Community Justice Partnership (LCJP) is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to build community through collaborative and inclusive restorative practices and give people the opportunity to heal and create justice in their community and the world.

POSITION DESCRIPTION:

Schedule: 20 hours per week, Monday through Friday, primarily during daytime hours. Some flexibility in scheduling is possible. Occasional evening hours.

Starting Hourly Rate: $20-25/hour, based on qualifications

Status: Non-Exempt

Reports to: Executive Director

Start Date: ASAP

LCJP’s Administrative Assistant is an experienced, dynamic team member whose presence and contributions promote organizational stability, growth, and efficiency. The Administrative Assistant must have strong foundational bookkeeping skills. Working at a small non-profit, the administrative assistant helps with a variety of projects and is expected to maintain high quality standards while multi-tasking and meeting deadlines. The administrative assistant is comfortable working independently and demonstrates logic, diligence, and follow through. LCJP works with a diverse community of clients, volunteers, and stakeholders, and we seek a new team member who can interact respectfully with individuals representing a wide range of backgrounds and experiences.

The LCJP staff committedly utilizes a restorative approach to thoughtfully and authentically address conflict and cultivate relationships. LCJP staff is dedicated to educating the community in conflict resolution skills and techniques informed by our own experiences. If you would like to know more about LCJP’s organizational culture, you are encouraged to attend one of our monthly Restorative Practices Orientations to learn more before applying.

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Development Director

LCJP seeks a full-time Development Director to direct the organization’s diversified development and fundraising initiatives, including individual giving, fundraising events, major donor initiatives, and corporate sponsors. Longmont Community Justice Partnership (LCJP) is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to build community through collaborative and inclusive restorative practices and give people the opportunity to heal and create justice in their community and the world.

POSITION DESCRIPTION:

Schedule: 8:00am-5:00pm, Monday through Friday. Some flexibility in scheduling is possible. Occasional evening hours.

Salary: $60,000-65,000. Benefits include health, vision, and dental insurance, and Simple IRA matched by LCJP.

Status: Exempt

Reports to: Executive Director

Start Date: ASAP

LCJP’s Development Director is an experienced, dynamic team member who brings knowledge and direction to LCJP’s fundraising and marketing initiatives. The Development Director must have strong foundational fundraising and organizational development experience and contribute creative and innovative approaches for enhancing community awareness and interest in LCJP’s programs. The Development Director works in collaboration with the Executive Director to identify and execute strategies to diversify revenue streams, primarily through individual and major donors, corporate sponsorships, and events. The Development Director designs and coordinates annual LCJP events for fundraising and stakeholder appreciation. LCJP’s grant writing is primarily carried out by a contracted professional, and the Development Director will supervise and contribute to grant writing and reporting. The Development Director must have exceptional communication skills and the ability to speak and write persuasively. They are self-directed, organized, and able to hold themselves accountable to meeting deadlines. LCJP works with a diverse community of clients, volunteers, and stakeholders, and we seek a new team member who can interact respectfully with individuals representing a wide range of backgrounds and experiences.

The LCJP staff committedly utilizes a restorative approach to thoughtfully and authentically address conflict and cultivate relationships. LCJP staff is dedicated to educating the community in conflict resolution skills and techniques informed by our own experiences. If you would like to know more about LCJP’s organizational culture, you are encouraged to attend one of our monthly Restorative Practices Orientations to learn more before applying. LCJP is an Equal Opportunities employer. We highly encourage people of all ages, races, sexual orientations, genders, gender identities, and abilities to apply!

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