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Development Department Openings


Chief Philanthropy Officer

360 Youth Services, a non-profit agency transforming the lives of youth for almost 50 years, is seeking a Chief Philanthropy Officer to create and lead a culture of philanthropy as well as staff the Development Board Committee.

Our ideal candidate has significant prior experience leading a development department; championing agency-wide fundraising initiatives; and supervising and developing staff. Additionally, this candidate is both mission and goal driven with experience in using data to make management decisions. Entrepreneurial spirit with a demonstrated ability to create systems and structures and build a high performing fundraising team. With a history of increasing demand and not enough services in our community, our goal is to triple the size of the organization in the next 5 to 7-years through both organic and inorganic growth.

This is a full-time (40 hours/week) executive position, exempt, and reports directly to the CEO. As a department head, the Chief Philanthropy Officer is a member of the Senior Leadership team who together are responsible for strategic decision impacting the entire organization.

Interested applicants should send a resume and cover letter to Judie Caribeaux, Chief Executive Officer at jcaribeaux@360youthservices.org

Grants Manager

Our ideal candidate is a highly successful communicator who is creative and technically savvy. The ideal candidatehas excellent writing skills and experience tracking, writing, and researching grants and reports in support of the agency’s programs. The Grants Manager will maintain and manage a robust list of current and potential funders.  The Grants Manager is responsible for the development and preparation of foundation, corporate, and government grant proposals, interim and final reports, and other correspondence. Primary responsibilities include identifying, researching, and soliciting new sources of funding, as well as sustaining existing sources. Additional responsibilities include other writing and activities in support of Development Department projects. This position works closely with the Corporate and Community Giving Manager and assists in elevating the experience for supporters and the financial profile of the organization

Interested applicants should send a resume and cover letter to Sarah Tesch, Director of Philanthropy at stesch@360youthservices.org


Housing Department Openings


Social Work Internships in Transitional Housing Programs

Please read the following information about interning in the Housing Department at 360 Youth Services.

The Housing department is accepting Masters level internship applications for MSW students on a rolling basis beginning 12/1 for the 2020-2021 school year (or until all 3 spots are filled).

Each year, 360’s Housing Department accepts internship applications starting in December for students pursuing their Masters in Social Work. Ultimately 360 aims to select 3 interns each year to work with young people in our transitional housing programs for youth ages 18-24 who are experiencing homelessness.

Details:

  • Our housing programs are located near downtown Naperville.
  • Internships typically start in August and end in May.
  • We require that interns spend at least 2 semesters with the program and ideally span at least 9 months. Given the population that we serve, we do not want adults in and out of our young people’s lives so quickly so we cannot accommodate 3-6 month internships.
  • The internship is ideal for students interested in working with youth experiencing homelessness, LGBTQ+ youth, individuals interested in social justice, etc. Interns will provide case management and 1:1 support for 2-3 residents and have the opportunity to run groups and teach life skills.

Requirements to Apply:

  • Submit Resume and Cover Letter (detailing your interest in working with this population)
  • 2 Letters of Recommendation at the time of application (a 3rd will be required before starting an internship at 360 Youth Services)
  • Willingness to work between 16-20 hours per week, with at least one full day shift. Evenings and some weekends can be accommodated.

Please send your application materials or questions to Carolyn Wahlskog, LCSW, Executive Director of Housing at cwahlskog@360youthservices.org.


Finance Department


Acounting Assistant

360 Youth Services, a non-profit agency, transforming the lives of youth for over 45 years, is looking to hire an Accounting Assistant to join our team in support of youth experiencing homelessness.

Our ideal candidate has a minimum of 3 years accounting and payroll experience, works efficiently, is team oriented, while also being self-motivated.

This full time (40 hours/week) non-exempt position is a member of the agency’s Administrative/Finance Team and is responsible for maintaining financial data to support the agency programs.

Interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter to Cathy Goulet, Interim Chief Financial Officer at cgoulet@360youthservices.org.

Administrative Assistant

360 Youth Services, a non-profit agency, transforming the lives of youth for over 45 years, is looking to hire an Administrative Assistant to join our team in support of youth experiencing homelessness.

Our ideal candidate has 2+ years of college or equivalent life experience in business/human resources, works efficiently, is team oriented, while also being self-motivated.  

This full time (40 hours/week) non-exempt position is a member of the agency’s Administrative Team and is responsible for providing clerical and human resource services to support the agency programs.  This position also provides administrative support to the CEO and board of directors.

Interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter to Cathy Goulet, Interim Chief Financial Officer at cgoulet@360youthservices.org.

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