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  • Job Description: Catholic Charities, Inc. of the Diocese of Jackson, Mississippi, is seeking an Assistant Director to advance the organization’s efforts “to be a visible sign of Christ’s love for all people”. The Assistant Director will have the advancement opportunity to become the Executive Director within two years.

    Qualifications for this position include a Master’s degree in social work or a related mental health field with 5-7 years of non-profit management experience, preferably in a Catholic social services agency; experience managing a diverse staff and client population; experience in fundraising and finance; outstanding communication and interpersonal skills.

    The position requires a leader to inspire and manage a staff of social service and clinical professionals; oversee the budget and financial affairs; aid in raising funds to maintain and expand services; manage the hiring, training, and evaluation of agency personnel; communicate to the public the services and needs of the organization; report to and collaborate with the Executive Director and the Board of Directors, and consult with the Governance Council. A competitive salary and benefits package is offered.

  • Posted August 1, 2017

  • How to Apply

    Applicants should send a complete resume by August 15, 2017 to the Search Committee Chair at 850 E. River Place, Jackson, MS 39202 or via Catholic Charities is an Equal Opportunity Employer


  • Public Relations Coordinator

  • Mississippi Coalition Against Domestic Violence

  • Job Type: Full Time

  • Job Description: The Public Relations Coordinator coordinates and manages the internal and external communications and public awareness/public relations activities of the Mississippi Coalition Against Domestic Violence (MCADV).

    Public Awareness/Public Relations

    • Designs, organizes and evaluates activities and materials for Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Crime Victims Rights Week, and Teen Dating Violence Awareness & Prevention Month;
    • Develops contacts within the state for the sponsorship of the ongoing domestic violence awareness campaigns;
    • Develop and maintain a database of news articles and media contacts;
    • Builds relationships with media statewide; and
    • Facilitates the display of domestic violence information with the member shelter programs and at conferences, expos and other related events;


    • Develops and updates domestic violence resource information;
    • Responsible for the development of MCADV publications and brochures, including newsletters, in collaboration with MCADV colleagues;
    • Maintains database of news articles and media personnel;
    • Maintains MCADV social media sites and website;
    • Coordinates press conferences, press releases and statements, arranges speaking engagements for the MCADV Executive Director; and
    • Works in conjunction with the Executive Director to oversee and facilitate MCADV communications strategies.


    • Coordinates with the Training and Technical Assistance Coordinator special regional training institutes for member shelter programs and other training events hosted by MCADV;
    • Provides technical assistance to member shelter programs regarding domestic violence public awareness efforts;
    • Maintain inventory and purchases of MCADV promotional items and educational resource materials; and
    • Other duties as assigned by Executive Director.

    MCADV seeks to provide an equal employment opportunity to all persons without regard for their race, age, color, physical handicap or disability, military service record, religion, gender, national origin, genetic information or any other legally protected category and to promote the full realization of equal employment opportunity.

  • Posted September 14, 2017

  • The qualified candidate must have a minimum of a bachelor’s degree in public relations, communications, or a related field or equivalent experience in communications, training, and outreach to diverse audiences. The candidate must have strong self-initiative, be able to effectively manage projects in collaboration with others, have excellent written and verbal communication skills, and be highly computer literate. Knowledge of domestic violence issues and dynamics is a plus.

  • How to Apply

    Please send cover letter and resume to by September 28, 2017. No phone calls.




  • The Greenville Arts Coun cil is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 662-332-2246 www.greenville-arts-coun

  • Job Description: The Greenville Arts Council seeks a vibrant, dynamic and passionate full time executive director
    to lead the organization through continued community outreach, arts education, program
    development, membership retention, gallery exhibitions and more.
    Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director’s (ED) primary responsibilities are to develop and manage community arts programs, staff and volunteers, secure grants and other
    funding, prepare and monitor budgets, be an advocate for art and culture through participation
    with various government and community agencies, and encourage cultural assets in the
    community. The ED shall direct the administrative affairs and programs of the Council, may enter into
    contracts, and do other things necessary and proper to carry out the activities of the Council
    under policies established by the Board of Directors. The ED is the chief officer of the Greenville
    Arts Council and of the E.E. Bass Foundation, reporting to the Board of Directors through the
    Executive Committee. The job responsibilities are based on implementing the missions of both GAC and the Bass Foundation. The Arts in Education Coordinator, additional staff and volunteers report directly to the Executive Director.

    ●Develop and implement effective operating systems to track progress, and regularly
    evaluate programs to measure successes that can be effectively communicated to the
    Board, funders, and other constituents
    ●Develop and promote all aspects of communications—from web and social media
    presence to external relations, with the goal of building awareness of the Arts Council
    and cultural events
    ●Serve as the primary spokesperson for the Arts Council’s programs, activities and events
    in the community
    ●Articulate and com
    municate the value of the arts in improving the quality of life, and
    promote community support of the arts and the Arts Council
    ●Actively seek out new opportunities for bringing the arts to underserved populations,
    including schools, individuals with limited income, youth, disabled and minority populations
    ●Communicate with appropriate government and arts education personnel
    ●Participate in key arts-related associations and organizations
    ●Serve on committees and advisory groups, and speak in public meetings and at
    community events
    ●Supervise website and social media presence and email marketing
    ●Serve as the Arts Council’s chief representative to the funding community, with the
    media, to the local community, and with state and national arts and culture organizations
    ●Develop and maintain positive relationships with local government and school officials,
    business leaders, civic groups, and arts patrons\
    ●Develop and drive an aggressive fundraising strategy – search for opportunities – seek corporate sponsorships, and write grant proposals
    ●Provide active, engaged, and effective leadership to staff, interns, instructors, artists, and
    community cultural organizations
    ●Meet monthly with the Board of Directors – preparing agendas and meeting documents;
    ●Work with the Board and staff to develop and maintain an annual budget
    ●Oversee the management of all funds consistent with the organization’s accounting system – ensuring financial statements are prepared as needed
    ●Manage core programs and operations
    ●Identify and implement approved programs that serve the community
    ●Develop and maintain effective relationships within the community to ensure that the arts
    and cultural activities are represented and positively received
    ●Supervise and manage physical building and surrounding property,including
    maintenance and upkeep of building, rental of facilities, collection of rental proceeds, etc.
    ●Work with Bass Foundation in developing and implementing plan for renovation of
    physical building and surrounding property.

    ●A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited four-year college or university with an emphasis in the area
    of not-for-profit management, museum administration, management, program management,
    marketing, accounting, fund development, or other related field.
    ●Excellent written and verbal communications skills; a persuasive and passionate
    ●Ability to work collaboratively with all sectors of the community, the Board of Directors
    and staff
    ●Strong financial management ability, including budget development and fiscal
    ●Experience and expertise in marketing and public relations, including website
    maintenance and social media
    ●Experience in event planning and execution
    ●Ability to be entrepreneurial and adaptable
    ●Action-oriented and self-directed
    ●Energetic and creative with a positive attitude and strong passion for arts and culture

  • Posted September 18, 2017

  • How to Apply

    Interested candidates should submit cover letter, current resume, and reference list to the Board of Directors via mail at 323 South Main Street, Greenville, MS 38701 or fax to 662-332-9290