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Campaign Manager

The YWCA Campaign Manager will be responsible for implementing and completing a $15 million campaign to support the growth and expansion of YWCA Evanston/North Shore. This role will work closely with YWCA’s President and CEO, Vice President of Development, Campaign Leadership, Board of Directors, and other staff to support and execute a broad-based fundraising plan targeting individuals, corporations and foundations for the YWCA Campaign.  The ideal candidate should be energetic, self-motivated and a flexible team player. For a detailed description of responsibilities and qualifications and information on how to apply, click here.

Economic Empowerment Specialist

The Economic Empowerment Specialist contributes to making our community a place where women and girls can thrive and achieve their dreams, through access to education, referrals, and resources. Our Specialist identifies and supports the housing and employment needs of our domestic violence and community program participants through case management and the development and delivery of housing and employment trainings. This essential member of the LEAP team, contributes to creating a warm and welcoming space for women and children, with an ongoing commitment to providing high quality, trauma-informed services for clients of YWCA Evanston/North Shore. For a detailed description of responsibilities and qualifications and information on how to apply, click here.

Impact Measurement Manager

The Impact Measurement Manager will be a critical member of the quality improvement team and plays a key role in supporting mission driven programs and services. This role collaborates to develop and implement YWCA Evanston/North Shore’s organizational evaluation and continuous quality improvement functions, ensuring the organization and its programs are effective, efficient, aligned with best practices, compliance and reporting requirements. This position provides leadership to the development and implementation of the organization’s impact measurement and reporting systems and helps to translate and communicate data into impact materials for a wide variety of stakeholders and audiences driving client and customer satisfaction. For a detailed description of responsibilities and qualifications and information on how to apply, click here.

Special Events and Digital Communications Coordinator

As an integral member of the Development team, this position brings creativity, innovation, and strategic thinking to carrying out key responsibilities including all special event logistics, program event support, and various electronic and social media communications. This position reports to the Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations and is relied upon to exercise sound decision making and consistent attention to detail with increasing levels of responsibility. For a detailed description of responsibilities and qualifications and information on how to apply, click here.

Policy and Advocacy Manager

YWCA seeks a social justice policy and advocacy manager to launch our newly developed advocacy program. With an entrepreneurial spirit, rigorous work ethic, and a commitment to policy solutions that address the intersectional nature of social justice issues, this position provides leadership and management of YWCA/Evanston North Shore’s policy and advocacy initiatives and takes the lead in collaboratively developing and implementing the organization’s mission-driven policy agenda and stakeholder engagement strategy at the local, state, and federal level. For a detailed description of responsibilities and qualifications and information on how to apply, click here.

Housing and Employment Specialist

As an integral member of our LEAP team, the Housing and Employment Specialist identifies and supports the housing and employment needs of our domestic violence and community program participants through case management and the development and delivery of housing and employment trainings. Additionally, this role coordinates the screening and occupancy process for residents seeking entry to our permanent supportive housing program. This position contributes to creating a warm and welcoming space for women and children and demonstrates an ongoing commitment to the delivery of high quality, trauma-informed services for clients of YWCA Evanston/North Shore. For a detailed description of responsibilities and qualifications, click here.

Residential Specialist

As part of a larger team, provides critical social and in-take support to residents of the Domestic Violence Program of YWCA Evanston/North Shore with a deep commitment to creating a warm, welcoming, and trauma-informed space for all. The Resident Support Specialist is a compassionate individual who embraces the opportunity to build supportive relationships with residents, role models appropriate behaviors and boundaries, takes every opportunity to create a healthy and healing shelter environment and as a result spends most of their time engaging residents. A full job description and list of essential qualifications can be found here. Qualified candidates should send their resume to jobs@ywcae-ns.org.

YWCA Evanston/North Shore  is an Equal Opportunity Employer.