Missouri Positions

Staff RN Position – ¾ or Full-Time

Position Description:

Nurses for Newborns (NFN) is an independent non-profit organization that serves families most at risk and works to save babies and strengthen families. If you are looking to make a difference in the lives of these families NFN is looking for you! NFN nurses independently provide in-home nursing visits to pre-natal, postpartum and newborn clients, following Clinical Guidelines in planning care, assessing client needs and in determining and utilizing screening tools. The Staff RN documents their work by entering assessments, screenings, care plans and referrals in our electronic database following NFN guidelines. Nurses work with hospitals, physicians, managed care and community agencies to provide care for clients and refer clients to community agencies and other resources as appropriate. Locations within MO to be determined and may vary depending upon the needs of NFN.

Qualified candidates must possess an active RN license to practice in the state of Missouri as well as have their own vehicle, current driver’s license and automobile insurance. 5 years experience in maternal/child health OR 3 years experience in NICU/Special Care Nursery is required as well as a Bachelor’s degree. Please provide cover letter, resume and salary requirements to hr@nursesfornewborns.org 

Sr. Director of Development – Full time

Do you believe that families of all babies should receive the healthcare, education and support they need so that every baby will be healthy, safe and nurtured in their home and able to fulfill their full potential? Nurses for Newborns (NFN) is an independent non-profit organization serving thousands of babies and families each year in St. Louis City, County and numerous surrounding counties.  If you are interested in working in a non-profit that truly makes a difference in the community and you want to use your skills to make a difference in the lives of babies NFN is looking for you!

Summary: The Sr. Director of Development leads NFN processes and the Development team in implementation of fund development to include major individual and corporate gifts, high potential donors and planned giving in order to ensure organizational health and sustainability. This position supervises the Development and Communications Coordinator, the Director of Special Events and Volunteers and the Grants Manager.

Key Result Areas:

Develops and implements a comprehensive Fund Development/Annual Giving Plan that align with the strategic plan

Develops and implements a comprehensive Communications/Marketing plan in conjunction with the CEO and Director of Special Events and Volunteers

Cultivates relationships in the community to assure major sources of funding for programs through individual and corporate donations and the NFN Endowment

Develops annual budget and goals and assists with defining performance measures for fund development

Implements and manages direct mail campaigns. Leads Development team to oversee the design of promotional materials

Nurtures community relationships and appropriately represents NFN, it’s board and CEO to donors, prospects, regulators and the NFN Development Committee

Works collaboratively with the Director of Special Events and Volunteers and CEO to ensure smooth fundraising and volunteer activities

Assures proper planning including goal setting, strategy identification, benchmarking and evaluation to support fund development. Assures design and implementation of donor and prospect recordkeeping and cultivation activities, gift management systems and informational reports.

 

 

 

Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree in marketing, public relations, business or related field

5-7 years of related fundraising experience

Supervisory experience preferred

Fund Raising Professional Certification a plus

Demonstrated experience in managing and implementing comprehensive fund development programs and producing charitable contributions. This individual must have direct knowledge of standard fundraising techniques and development office functions, including gift processing, prospect and donor histories, and fundraising reporting.

Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite and understanding of database entry

Strong organizational skills with an attention to detail and ability to multi-task

Excellent short and long-term planning skills including meeting of deadlines

Effective verbal and written interpersonal and communication skills

Skilled in building positive relationships with donors, prospects, and community partners

Ability to be flexible in a dynamic work environment

Interested candidates should submit their cover letter, resume and salary requirements directly to: hr@nursesfornewborns.org

NFN is an Equal Opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, marital status, citizenship, or any other protected status. Nurses for Newborns offers equal opportunity and treatment to all who apply and is committed to promoting diversity, equity, inclusion and anti-racism practice and is built on a foundation of widely shared values that include respect, integrity, justice, stewardship and excellence.

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