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Full-Time Positions

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Available Positions

Development Coordinator

Leadership, Education, and Athletics in Partnership (LEAP) is looking for a Development Coordinator!

 

The Development Coordinator is crucial to LEAP's Development and Communications team. This role demands strong organizational skills, attention to detail, and effective communication. Responsibilities include coordinating major gifts, tracking donor interactions, managing events, and providing administrative support. The Development Coordinator will lead in ensuring events' success, maintaining timely donor communication, and managing the department's budget. This role requires collaboration with donors and staff at all levels and proficiency in donor management software. This is a full-time, salaried (exempt) hybrid position that reports directly to the Director of Development and Communications.

Find the full job description here. Please apply with a letter of interest and a resume at the link here. If you have questions, you may email your questions to jobs@leapforkids.org.

Deputy Director of Development and Communications

Leadership, Education, and Athletics in Partnership (LEAP) is looking for a Deputy Director of Development and Communications!

The Deputy Director of Development and Communications plays a pivotal role in securing funds for LEAP's annual $6 million budget, enabling the organization's impactful work, including programs at the Dixwell Community Q House. Collaborating closely with the Director of Development and Communications, this position oversees LEAP's development program, including individual giving, events, direct mail solicitations, data management, and donor communication. Essential duties involve goal-setting, team supervision, data analysis, and coordination of office systems. The Deputy Director also ensures accuracy in database processes, supports grant applications, fosters effective communication between departments, and manages donor relationships. Additionally, this role involves event planning, communications oversight, and maintaining alignment with LEAP's mission and values. This is a full-time, salaried (exempt) hybrid position that reports directly to the Director of Development and Communications. 

 

Find the full job description here. Please apply with a letter of interest and a resume at the link here. If you have questions, you may email your questions to jobs@leapforkids.org.

Director of Aquatics

Leadership, Education, and Athletics in Partnership (LEAP) is looking for an Aquatics Director!

The role of Aquatics Director at LEAP holds the critical responsibility of overseeing daily operations and shaping the future of the aquatics program. This position demands strong organizational and communication skills while emphasizing a deep commitment to the local community. Key responsibilities include crafting engaging aquatics experiences for youth-serving agencies and the broader public, recruiting and training diverse aquatics staff, and managing programs for LEAP children and the community. The role involves supervising pool operations, collaborating across departments, and seeking grants to enhance programming. The Aquatics Director is essential in supporting LEAP's mission and community engagement. This is a full-time, 40-hour-per-week position that reports directly to LEAP's Director of Programs.

Find the full job description here. Please apply with a letter of interest and a resume at the link here. If you have questions, you may email your questions to jobs@leapforkids.org.

LEAP Computer Learning Center (LCLC) Director

Leadership, Education, and Athletics in Partnership (LEAP) is looking for an LCLC Director!

The LEAP Computer Learning Center Director is responsible for 1) using technology to introduce LEAP participants to new and interesting ideas about themselves and their communities and 2) troubleshooting the day-to-day technical issues related to LEAP’s computer systems. The LCLC Director will teach classes in LEAP’s computer learning center to participants in the Children’s, Youth Development and Community Center Programs. The Director will also work closely with LEAP’s technology consultants to ensure that the computer systems, servers and networks are fully operational. This is a highly visible position requiring effective interaction and communication with a wide range of internal staff and outside entities.  This is a full-time, salaried (exempt) position.

This position receives coaching, guidance and evaluation from the Director of Programs and Curriculum. This position also receives guidance on technology issues from the Executive Director.

Find the full job description here. Please apply with a letter of interest and a resume at the link here. If you have questions, you may email your questions to jobs@leapforkids.org.

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